The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 10, 1956
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 10,19M — Society News — . IK_ Mollnrv &u<i*fv Kitiinr I Phc MlM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 "We Give Thee But Thine Own," Theme of WMU, B WC Program "We Give Thee But Thine Own" was the Royal Service program presented yesterday when Women's Missionary Union and Business Women's Circles of First Baptist Church met. WMU members met it the church yesterday for a 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by the program meeting. Fifty-three members were in attendance with Mrs. Kendall Berry presiding. Guests were Mrs. Gordon Harris and Mrs. Guy Burks. Group singing and prayer by Mrs C. L. Evans preceded the program with Mrs. C. Murray Smart as chairman. Mrs. C. S. Lemons led a special prayer and "Something for Thee" was the solo presented by Loyd Owens. Mrs. Dick Bednar concluded the program by giving the points in the Star of Stewardship. Those points are love, tithe, service and live. Mrs. W. P. McCor- mlck dismissed the group. Circle Eight of BWC met at the home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship with Miss Ruby Brown presiding. Dr Edna Nies led the opening prayer with Miss Marie Hsrnish and Mrs. Blankenship giving the devotional. Mrs Frances Woods had charge of the program with Mrs. Thelma Atkins, Miss Minnie Brown,. Miss Jewel I<ee and Miss Ruby Brown assisting her. The closing prayer was given ay Burette PTA To Have Monthly Meeting Burdette Parent-Teacher Association will have its regular monthly meeting Thursday night at 7:30 p.m., preceded by an executive board meeting at 7 p.m. The Rev. L. L. Bounds will have charge of the program, "Is It Well wltfc the Child in the Community?" IB conjunction with the meeting the first study group discussion on Ite "Governor's Conference on Education," will be held. Mrs. H. B. Shearin, chairman of Parent and Family Life Education, hat chosen the following people to participate in this panel discuslion: H. D. Jumper, James Permenter, W. B. Hobson, Mrs. Tom'Callis, Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, Mrs.. Everet Eubanks, Mrs. Conway Duncan and Mrs. C. O. McHaffey. L. H. Autry, Sr,, will serve as moderator of this group. Ruth Class Entertained At SI ay ton Home Mrs. Builey Slayton and Mrs. William Highfill were hostesses last night for 11 members and one visitor, Mrs. M. E. Jost of Belleville, HI., .of the Ruth Class of First Baptist Church at the Slayton home. Mrs. Travis Brooks opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Fletcher King gave the devotional and Mrs. Victor Stilwell, secretary, gave the class report. Entertainment, which consisted of a quiz on Biblical characters, was in charge of Mrs. John Tyrone. During the social hour the hostesses served refreshments. Miss Harnish. Circle Ten met at the home of Mrs. Ted King with Mrs. Bill Stancil serving as program chainpan. Those taking parts were Mrs. Leon Jones and Miss Cliffie Overman. Miss Mickie Allen dismissed the group. Calvary WMU Circles Have Program Eighteen rouiibcu—e-t Calvuy Women's Missionary Union met at the church yesterday for a Royal Service program.. Mrs. Kenneth Wardlaw presided over the meeting which was opened with repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Carra Pruitt. Scripture readings were given by Mrs. Buddy Corkran, Mrs. Pruitt, Mrs. W. F. O'Neal, Mrs. Edgar Jackson and Mrs. Wardlaw. These five along with Mrs. Buddy Baughman presented the program with Mrs. Raymond Bomar giving the dismissal prayer. Marta Spaeth- Celebrates First Birthday Marta Melete Spaeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, Jr., celebrated her first birthday Sunday when her mother entertained with a, party. During the afternoon games were played by the children. Favors were given to each guest and refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Gleaners Class Has Monthly Business Meeting Gleaners Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Fred Copeland last night for its monthly business meeting and social. Mrs. Max Logan, president, presided over the meeting with Mrs. Darrll Lunsford giving the devotional and Mrs. Walter Bishop, class teacher, leading the closing prayer. During the social hour party james were conducted and the hos- :ess served refreshments to the seven members in attendance. Mrs. Johns Entertains Tri-Hi-Y Group Mrs. Sam Johns entertained 50 teen-agers with a dance' for the Junior Tri-Hi-Y Club Saturday night at her home at 221 East Kentucky. She was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Nora'Fielder, Franke Nell Johns, Jerry Ann Boggs, Pat Hardy, Jo Ifrelyn House and Barbara Langley. Refreshment* of sandwiches and iced drinks were served. Chapters Have Study At Church Alberta Fletcher and Louise Chapman Chapters of Foreign Missionary Society of Church of the Nazarene met last night at the church. Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr., socle-. president, presided over the meeting which was opened with jroup singing and prayer by Mrs. Ira Lambert, Jr. The Rev. Harold Thompson, Sr., gave the devotional. "The Master Says Go," was the mission book re- viewd by Mrs. Jimmy Quick, study superintendent. The dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Mary Hays. Mrs. McKinnon Presides at AI tar Society Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, president, presided last night when Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church met in the school hall for its monthly meeting. A report on the recent dinner sponsored by the Society was given by Mrs. C. D. Hood, treasurer, after which the group made future plans and discussed projects for the new year. Th Rev. Amos Enderlin led the opening and closing prayers. 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Condition of Danny Lewis, who is a patient in LeBonheur Hospital, is reported to be much improved. He is in Room 103. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, who aas been a patient .in Chickasawba Hospital, is now at her home in Country Club Drive. Mrs. Louise Hill, Miss Pett Byars and Mrs. Hay Hall spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr and Mrs.. John Goefz of Farmington, Mo., spent the weekend here visiting their son, Edwin Goetz and family. They also visited friends while here. Mrs. M. E. Jost of Bellevilk, 111., At the Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Bobby Simmons, Jr., city Amanda Davis and twins, Bassett Mrs. Ruby Brogdon, city Sam Ward, Holland Walls Hospital Dismissed: D. M. Lawler, Steele Eastern-Star- Has Annual Installation The annual Installation of officers of the Order of Eastern star of Blythevllle -Chapter 279 was held Friday night. Incoming Worthy Matron , and patron were Mrs. Alton Hardy and Fulton Ellis. The outgoing Worthy Matron and Patron were Mrs. Earl Damon and Frank Ellis. Installing officer was Gus Eberdt,.Jr., Worthy Grand Patron, Order of Eastern Star of Arkansas. The installing marshal! was Mrs. C. W. Alford with Mrs. Love Adams serving as installing chaplain and Mrs. Holland Aiken, installing organist. Mrs. W. A. Stiokmon opened the installation ceremonies by giving an ode to the Bible at the altar. Soft music was played in the background by Mrs. Stanley Alexander. The outgoing Worthy Matron and Patron each gave a farewell address and then were presented their past Matron and Patron .pins and other gifts 6y Mrs. Alvin Hardy, Mrs. Burks Barker, Mrs. Stick- nion and Mrs. S. A. Hosp., • Special musical selections werg presented by a quartet composed of girls from the Rainbow Assembly in Blytheville. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger gave the benediction after which refreshments of punch and cookies were served. Get Back On Balance By ALICIA HAKT V NBA Beauty Editor The thought of holidays produces as sour a taste in the mouth in this season as the thougfit of more turkey. Holidays now mean: pimples, overweight, shot diets, indigestion, fatigue and general irritability. Prescription: Get to bed early for a week or two, however many notes need to be written. Cut out entirely on all fried and otherwise rich foods. Give the remaining candy and fruitcake away. Concentrate on, milk, fruits, boiled eggs and lightly cooked vegetables for a while. If your instdes are giving you trouble from too many little sandwiches, eat stewed prunes for breakfast. If you smoke, try giving it up or cutting down until you get rid of the funny taste in your mouth. Get meals on the table three times a .day,, even if they're just for .yourself. Make them regular and' light until you get your balance. Soak yourself to a bath if you've got postholiday insomnia. Make it warm and long. If you feel groggy from too many parties and too little sleep, try to take a walk outdoors, even a brief one, each day. It clears the head. Alaska has only one college. Broiler and burners of a gas range come clean easily if immersed in a pan ot' hot water to which has been added two tablespoons of salt soda concentrated Boil for a few minutes. Mrs. LuclUe Baughman, Rt. 3, city Steve Walker, Steele Randy Donner, city Cinemascope at Its Best Mr. and Mrs. Buck VanCleve With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements >Tues.»Wed«Thurs.«Fri. Find Your Nome in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Mister Roberts" TUB SIX-YBAR STAGE SMASH .ON THE SCREEN!- -WaPNER nptttmt CINEMASCOPE WARNERCOLOR JAMES TOUAM JACK FMDUCItDBY I**.* JOHN FORD -.MERVW UROY LELAND HAYWAKD Mr. and MM. Richard C. Blake Jr. PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Officers Training Class Conducted For Women of Presbyterian Church An officers training class for the executive board' of Women of the Presbyterian Church was held yesterday morning at 10:30. Theme of the class was "Come to Learn and Go Forth to Serve." Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, had charge of the" devotional mint-is her topic the Parable of the Talents. Group singing of "Give of your Best to the Master," preceded the devotional. General information and purpose of the WOC,. Its membership and goals was given by Mrs. Ross Stevens. . • ' Following this talk the board divided into four sections with leaders for each group. ' These sections and leaders were circle chairmen, Mrs. Edgar Borunv. committee chairman, Mrs. Harvey Kidd; general officers, Mrs: DUla- himte, and specialjcommittec chairman, Mrs.. Ed Dicks. ".',. ;...;. An explanation of new program material for the: pew'year whfch is based on. Christian .'homes was given by Mrs. Hugh Hudson. Mrs. C. M. Gray, hew president, conducted a brief • business session Coming Events TUESDAY Sudbury PTA meeting, 7:30 p.m.. preceded by executive board meeting. 7 p.m. . Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Murl Lowej 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Town and Country. Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Wednesday. Bridge Club' meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. William Lambert; ' • . Wednesday., Night Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Elbert Johnson. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H. G Partlow. L : Yarbro PTA meeting at .1 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. • » City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Randal Hawks, 7:30 p.m. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. E. B.' Gee for 1 pjn. luncheon. THURSDAY Lottie Moon TWA meeting at church, 7:30 p.m.' Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Altrusa Club meeting. Mrs. B, F. Kirshner entertaining Thursday 'Club at the Country Club. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Rodney Banister. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Sally. Freeman. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Burdete PTA meeting at 7:30 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting, 1 pjn. Eliott Fletcher Chapter of CDC having luncheon at Mrs. N. J. Humphreys, 115 W. Ash, 12:30 p.m. They -will then go to home of Mrs. Loy Welch for program. FRIDAY . Woman's Club meeting at club- rouse for covered-dish luncheon, 1 p.m. SATURDAY Miss Jimmie Lee Moore being complimented with drop-in a.t home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship between 3 and 5 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Blankenship, Miss Monya Blankenship and Mrs. John Tyrone. at which tune she asked board members to read the twelfth chapter of Romans. Singing-of the hymn, "Fill Us, O Holy Spirit," concluded the training class after which a luncheon was served. Mrs. Dicks was chairman for the luncheon with Mrs: Gilbert Smythe ind Mrs. Johnny Marr assisting her. Members were seated at a table centered with a spring arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums, Dutch .iris and pink stock in a pink gilded container. . During the • afternoon a regular session of the executive board was held 'with Mrs. Gray presiding. Reports from committee chairmen were given at'Which time Mrs. Dillahunty. asked the board to organize as a prayer band. Mrs. James Manly, secretary of literature, reminded the group , to subscribe to the devotional booklet, 'Day by Day." Repeating of missed the group. the Mizpah dis- Sheath Designs Will Highlight Spring Fashions By DOROTHY ROE AP Women',* Editor NEW YORK-(*!-^More than any contemporary designer, breezy Claire McCardell has become identified with the casual American look, beloved by women who hate to look dressed up.-•.She is the high priestess oi' understatement, of the carefully careless effect, of the easy slouch and the strlngbean figure. The 1956 version of the famous McCardell stringbean dress shown on the opening day of New York's Fashion Press Week is merely a-straight, unbelted, unfitted tube of harlequin checked wool jersey, with ho trimmings, no collar, no buttons, no gimmicks. Poekefa Only Concession Its only concession to design is two narrow slit pockets, one jusi above the right breast, the other on the left hip. She shows it with a severe while pillbox hat, white gloves and a gold chain necklace. On the girl with the McCardell figure it is effective. But ladies of ample curves should beware, Pauline Trlgere gives movement to the sheath with her "Wings Away" silhouette, which consists of a split overskirt over a-sheath, separated at the front to reveal the narrow skirt beneath. Trigere's new term for suits is "duets" or "trios," and her latest trick is to team a waist-length fitted jacket with a 'skirt having a brief peplum MRS. B. MYHRE, Stettlc, Weth.: "St Toiepb Aapirin For Cbildtou It a trusted Dime in our bouse. The iVt train tablets assure accuracy of douge just a our doctor orders." ST.JDSEPK ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN ADDED ATTRACTION—Brmginf new sights to the^ternj! City are. these twin sight-seers in Rome, Italy Dressed In Eskimo clothes, Britte, left, and Kersti Stable attracted much attention as they visited the old city as guests of * tram-Polar airline they work for. , at the top; just meeting the Jacket at the beltline and giving the effect of a short,, flared jacket. "Neocla&slc" Ceil Chapman, lamous for glam- or gowns, introduces the "neoclassic" silhouette, a sheath with back talk: In most cases the back is Moused to the hipline where it is caught in a band and released In- a floating back panel. 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