PAG* FOUR BLYTHKVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1955 - Society News - - A«« Af.illnTM> Snpior.v FVKtnr ' rhor MiH Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Jurisdictional Study Announced At WSCS; WesleyanG uild Meets Special emphasis was placed on the Jurisdictional study Oct. 17-19 at First Methodist Church yesterday when the Women's Society of Christian Service met. Bits of News Mrs. H. 0. Bush made this announcement and told that the session will be held each night from 7:30 to 9 with Hiss Allyce Nelson of Memphis PS guest speaker. Miss Nelson has worked 12 yeais with Indians and the study will be Indian-American. A luncheon preceded the business session yesterday with members of Circle Two as hostesses. Indian regala was used to decorate Fellowship Hall. Individual tables were centered with tom-toms and Indian headdresses. Arrangements of fall flowers completed the decorations. Mrs. William Wyatt, chairman of the circle, was in charge of the luncheon. Mrs. B. B. Stout gave the devotional after which a film, "Song of the Shining Mountain." was shown. This also concerned the American Indians. Mrs. L. E. Old conducted the business session and also led the closing prayer. Wesleyan Service Guild met in Fellowship Hall last night with 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Lynn Smith of Caruthersville present. The subject for the evening was "The Spread of the Kingdom In Perilous Times." Miss Mary Hubler closed her devotional with the Korean Creed. Bill Williams, guest speker, show- New Liberty YWA Meets In Holder Home Young Women's Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church met at the home of Pat Holder last night. Group singins and prayer by Mrs. Willard Best opened the meeting. Officers were nominated for the coming year and those presenting the program were Marie Bevill, Miss Holder, Martha Middleton, Dorothy Kouri and Mrs. Best. Miss Holder dismissed the group and refreshments were served. Latest In Yoked Frocks ed pictures that he made while sea- ; tioned in Korea. Mrs. Ralph Berry- j man conducted the business meet-' ing in the absence of Mrs. George Wiggs, president. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. E. J. Browne and Mrs. Frank j Ashby. Altar Society Officers Are Installed In a candlelight ceremony the installation of officers of the Altai- Society of Immaculate Conception] Church was held last night in the j school hall with 27 members present, i The following officers were installed by the Rev. Amos Enderlin: Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, president; Mrs. G. O. Poetz, vice-president; j Mrs. J. R. Perkins, secretary and j Mrs. C. D. Hood treasurer. i After the installation each mem- i her of the society lighted pledge j candles and received the blessing j from the pastor. i A solo. "Faith of Our Fathers," ! was presented by Miss Barbara Car- [ ter accompanied by Miss GlencH Poetz. Alter talks by Father Enderlu. and the newly elected president, refreshments were served from a table centered with roses and trailing j vines. j The next meeting of the society will be Nov. 7. Coming Events TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle, meeting with Mrs. Howard Caldwell, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta : Sigma Phi having model meeting at Hotel Colonial Room, 7:30 p.m. Miss Nelrlean Poe is hostess. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having model meeting ab home of Mrs. Harold Doyle, 7:30 p.m. Young Married People's Department of Sunday School of First Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. C, S. Alexander, superintendent, 716 E. Main, 7:30 j p.m. WEDNESDAY Garden _ Department of Woman's Club meets at 2:30 at the Woman's Club. Mrs. H. H. Brooks will be in charge of the program on chrysanthemums. TLE Bridge Club being entertained at Raxorback by Mrs. Dick Watson. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Jesse White. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Jackie Blackforcl, 7:;iO p.m. Mid-week Club having first foil meeting at the home of Mr.s. J. Louis Cherry. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Chlllion Club meeting with Mrs. Homemakers Cln.ss of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs, William Ellis, 1321 W. Holly. 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Mrs. W. A. Kt.ickmon, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr., and Mrs. W. N. Stanton are hostesses to the Past Matrons and Patrons Club, 7 p.m., at the Masonic Half. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meets .it the church, 'l p.m. Mrs. J. W. Purlo and Mrs. C. E. Wipfcins are hostesses. Mr.s. Eff ie May luis returned from BirmtiJghiini, Ala., where she ?.pe:it, ilie p;\^'. Jew months \vuh her (kuig^tpr. Mr.s. J. Hines WoJiers. Mr. Woh.Ts and children. Mrs. Benha CuKms of Little Hock \va.s the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. May Auten. Mrs. Mary Emma Reid of Blyiheville and Mrs. T. L Stanford of'Uixora were in Earle Saturday ;o ai:e:;d a meeting of the Northeast Disirici of Federated Music Clubs, Guest speaker at the meeting was Miss. HildejMrde Smith, president oi the state Federated Music Clubs. Diana Evrnrd of Memphis is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall were In Fayetteville over the weekend to visit r.heir daughter, Mrs. Pat Magruder. and Mr. Magruder. They also attended the • football game while there and en route home stopped in Conway to visit their son, Charles Ray, who is a student at Hendrix College. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kilbourne of Boston, Mass.. who have spent the past two weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, left this morning for their home. They were mo:ored to Memphis by Mrs. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil D. Linen of San Diego, Calif., are the parents of a son, their first child, born last night at, Mercy Hospital there. The baby has been named William Michael. Mrs. Linch is the former Kay Colston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Colston of Blytheville. Mrs. J. P. Ellis left today for Long Beach, Calif, for a month's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Hodge. Mrs. Jamas Rodgers of Newport has been called here due to the serious illness of her father, W. C. Hig- ginBon. Hodgson Modinger of Bristol. Va.. is spending a week here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Modinger, and other relatives. WMU of First Baptist Chunk BWC Conduct Pmgmm Meetings A covered-dish luncheon and Royal Sen ice program were hold yesterday by the Women's .Missionary Union of First Baptist Church. Mrs, Kendall Berry presided over. Gain..s. ihe meeting which was opened with j A ( , !A -js.-::on r,n her riven i trip to repeating of lhe watchword and! tne H(1 -y i _ uu \ W as led bv Mrs. Der- pniyer by Mrs. C. L. Kvans. ' ' ' • ' • •<, of officers was conduced by Dr. Frank i'itts with Mrs. Pits in chartie of the program. Mr.s. Clarence Johnson gave the; ., devotional. Mrs. rhiliii Oeer led the i o ^"_ closuiK prayer. I j j; ,, \ Circle Ei-^iit of B'.isine&s Women's ! ^',' f _ Circles met at the home of Mrs. John Tyrone last night with 10 members present. Mrs. Frances Wood led the opening prayer and Mrs. Allen Rushing served as program chairman and j also K;IVI> the devotional. Those ou program were Miss Pearl Lee Miss Jewel Lee. Mrs. Tyrone, Miss Ruby Brown. Dr. Edna Mies, Miss Minnie Brown and Mrs. Rushing. Miss Ruby Brown conducted the business session and also dismissed the group. Circle Nine met with Mrs. Ben May with seven members and three visitors. Mrs, Berry, Mrs. Charles Ray Ne'.vcomb and Mrs. Mary Auten, present, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck presided over the business session with Mrs. Berry leading the opening prayer. Mrs. Ne'.vcomb gave the devotional. "Come Women." was the program presented by Mrs. Georgia Walls, Mrs. Josephine. Roleson. Mrs. Raymond Belknap and Mrs. L-ucian -1 til. .•;,. 'IV:: nut w:;h Mrs. Loon ..:id Miss ('i;;fu> Overman at vrrs v.vro appi'ir.h'd and Miss :-..(•.}. M;.vs IXmte XVhusen. Mr.s. ;• >::('•!. Mr.s. Kamona Orafton, \\'.'.\\:' Dobjon and Mrs. Jones pi-r.-'-'cd the program. . M:.ss Olyn Burton and Miss Melba Mar I- 1 " 1 ", '-vrre guests ill the meetip,^ whvh '--is flowed with prayer by Miss WiiiTsi'll. No Recreation Togs Please ATLANTA UV-Gooivm's job insurance law retiuiros ihut applicants lor tinemployinenl benelius be available tor L'inplo\ nu-nt and l)t' ready tu accept a suitable job when uit'er- eti. And being available doesn't mean sliuwiijii up at ihe iinemployiiient j compensation oi'tice in bathnit.; suits, j play -suns, jihorus or "drowed tor j ih'.' bo-icii". says Labor Commission- J or IJi-n T. Huioi. "Not so lout; nt,'o n man roportecl to nm- of t.he offices in swim trunks," iiu:.''. reported. "He was domed job insurance lor a week." If you're making a skin, no mailer how economy-wise it seems, do- < n't- cut the waistband on the cross- : wise of a soft labric. It'll stretch out of fit in no time. NOSEY LITTLE CREATURE-Not much bijwer than a fly is this tiny toad perched on the nose of Stanley Smith in Liberal, Kan. Eight-year-old Stanley and his brother caught more than 100 of the tiny toads alone a road near Liberal. GosneNHD Club Conducts Monthly Meeting Gosnell Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. ,R- L. Maxwell yesterday with six members present. Mrs. Guy Gean presided over the meeting and also presented the devotional. Mrs. Maxwell led in prayer and gave the secretary and treasurer reports. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gave demonstrations on making costume Jewelry at a low cast and making and hanging draperies. She also discussed on citizenship and voting. In the social hour refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held the first Monday in November at the home of Mrs. Harvey Hart. Rev. Gardner To Speak at Annual Dinner The Rev. Oscar Gardner, an American Indian Presbyterian minister, will be guest speaker at the annual congregational dinner at the First Presbyterian Church here Wednesday evening at 6:45 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Gardner, is pastor of the Goodland Indian Orphanage in Hugo, Okla. The nursery will be open for this occasion and everyone is invited to attend. Foggy Fire Alarm ST. PETERSBURG, Va. <ffi — False alarms caused by fog from mosquito control trucks are becoming numerous. Fire Chief S. O. Griffiths has appealed to residents to "use your nose" before getting panicky. "You cun smell the stuff a block away," he said. Davy is Older HENDERSON, Ky. IJI — Don't toll Barber Charles Moore this Davy Crockett craze is kid stuff. HP recently altered the haircuts of Ernest. Morris and William Stew- nrt wih Davy Crockett haircuts, designed to make the head look like a coonskin cap. Morris is 40. Stewart 38. Strait to Speed The Tourists MARQUETTE, Mich. (^—Michigan officials say the new 100-mll- lion-dollar Straits of Mackinac Bridge will do fabulous things when it is completed In 1957. George E. Bishop, secretary manager of the Upper Peninsula Development Bureau puts It this way: "The bridge will bring the two Peninsulas of Michigan at least IWj miles closer together. It takes an! average of two to three hours to: cross the Straits of Mackinac by. jerry boat, if you include waiting in j line. That's equivalent to 100 miles j of driving. Hence, the bridge will act like an accordian—squeezing the two parts of the state closer together." And Bishop thinks the Upper Peninsula's tourist industry, already worth 60 million dollars yearly, will double with the increased traffic. Junk Report CHARLESTON, W.Va. (VP>—State Police Supt, R. W. Boyles told about the unnamed,motorist who brought his 1942 sedan to a garage to comply with West Virginia's new auio inspection law—and wound up junking it. Col. BoylPfi said the car had three different, brake defects, lights out of adjustment, two windows broken so bad they obscured vision, and fog lights which were out of focus and didn't burn, anyway. 8318 10.20 Sue Burnett i A youthful dress to wear right through the winter for daytime and date-time. There's a choice 01 sleeves on this yoked beauty. Pattern. No. 8H18 is in siy.es 10, 12, 14, 16. 18. 20. Size 12, three quarter sleeve, 5 ; >i yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in; COINS, your name, address, size j desired, and the PATTERN MUM-1 BER to. Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News 372 W. Quiilcy Street. Chicago 6, III. j Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Fal! it winter '56 edition ! ot our pattern catalog Basic FASH- j ION. Colorful, exciting, filled with j smart, easy to sew styles for a ages. NOTICE Dr. I. L. Carlton, M.D, and Dr. W. 0. Green, Jr., M.D. Have opened the Dr. Cooper office In Coeter, Miicouri. Office Hours are Announced Ai Moii.-Sat. 12:M-S:.1« The National Cotton Picking Contest Wed. - Oct. 5th $2,500 IN PRIZES Open Division, Women's Division, Over 65, Children PROGRAM OF EVENTS-WED. OCT. 5th 7:00 AM—Registration of Picken —Walker Park 9:30 AM—Instructions to Pickers—Grandstand, Walker Park 10:00 AM—Start of National Cotton Picking Contest 10:05 AM—Start of entertainment at Picking Site 12:00 Noon—End of Cotton Picking Contest 1:00 PM—Smiling Joe Roper and Quartet, Sammy Barnhart and Band —Grandstand, Walker Park 1:30 PM—"Clothes From Cotton Bags" Contest and Style Show—Grandstand, Walker Park. 4:00 PM—Awarding of Priies to Pickers—Grandstand, Walker Pack 4:20 PM—Crowning of 1955 Cotton Picking Champion, Grandstand, Walker Park. SUPPORT COTTON - IT SUPPORTS YOU •COONS FORM A BREAD LINE—Waiting for their bread is a host of raccoons that almost nightly come for dinner at the berea, Ohio home of Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster. It all started three years ago when Schuster fed a lone 'coon that had ventured onto his property. Next nicht the racoon brought a Jrienri, and soon the friends were bringing friends. Now almost 40 panhandling raccoons come for a' slice of bread, which Schuster feeds them from a casement window. They seldom act disorderly, prefenng to wait patiently for their turns. They consume about 50 loaves of bread a week. HINTS FOR FALL BRIDES th« Receiving lines When you have arrived at the place where vour wedding reception will be held, you form the receiving line io welcome your quests. Usually the married couple, their parents, the maid-of-honor, and bridesmaids comprise tlie receiving line. Ti-e pattern you choose for your sterling service is, of course up to'yourself. Come in soon and select your own favorite Reed I Barton design. Prices are for 6-pc. place settings and racl. Fed. tax.* (34.75 •Clonk 'Pointed f roncli I, 'SHvw $3600 ««•«, *"Hc]»«. 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