The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 5, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1955 - Society News - a Ann Mallory, Society Editor * - Phon Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs.Bugg Is Re-Elected President Of Garden Club at Meeting Mrs B A Bugg was re-elected president of Eastside Garden Club yesterday when the organization met at the home of Mrs. E. M. Mitchell .with Mrs. W. L. Smith and Mis W. 0. Anderson hostesses. Other officers to serve during* ~. — the term 1955-56 are Mrs. D. B. Abbott, vice-president; Mrs. George McLeod. secretary and Mrs. Anderson, treasurer. Mrs. Bugg opened the meeting with a poem followed with prayer by Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Roll call was answered with "Ideas for the Year Book o£ 1956." Mrs. Rawleigh Sylvester ana Mrs. Bob Copeland were in charge of the program on presentation of materials for winter bouquets. Mrs. Taft Metzger gave a demonstration on current arrangements. Mrs. Earl Damon, concluded the program with a poem "Summer Is Gone." Guests of the club were Mrs. E. L. Adkinson, Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Mrs Weldon McCann, Winners in the Halloween cres-lflag. DAC Chapter Has Meeting At Hotel Noble Colonel John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists met at Hotel Noble yesterday at 10:30 for a business and program meeting followed by a luncheon. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Sr., and Mrs. E. L. Hale were hostesses. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. W. Marion Williams, chaplain, and Mrs. George Hale led the pledge of allegiance to the United States cent arrangements were Mrs. C. M Abbottt, first, Mrs. Copeland, second, and Mrs. Lee Stiles, third. Judges were Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. 'George Barham. During the social hour refreshments were served by the hostess. On each guest plate was an individual corsage of love apples and pyracantha berries tied in black velvet ribbon. Teen Magic Jumper 1453 10-16 Sue Burnett Favorite In campus wardrobes everywhere — the simple, smart jumper to wear with a variety of blouses. Perfect alone as a date frock. Pattern No. 1453 is in sizes 10, IB, 14, 16. Size 12, jumper, 3 yards of 36-inch; blouse, I'A yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents now lor your copy of the new Fall & Winter '55 FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all: study and Mrs. Johnson dismissed ages. ' the group. Mrs. Hale presented Mrs. Kendall Berry, a guest, who gave a program on the Holy Land and presented color slides of her recent tour there. The luncheon table was centered with a striking arrangement of shades. of chrysanthemums in a silver bowl. Mrs. Yates Gives Devotional At Meeting Mrs. George Yates presented the devotional Monday when the executive board of Women of the Presbyterian Church met at the church. 'The House of Many Lands" was the topic of her devotional. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson presided over the business session when reports were given by Mrs. Ross Stevens, who stressed the'steward- ship of prayei, and Mrs. Jerry Hord, who announced that the migrant center is serving a large group of Mexicans. The group was reminded to read the book of Titus during the month of October after which the meeting was adjourned with repeating of the Mizpah. Mrs. Chamblin, Mrs. Black Bridge Winners Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. F. B. Black with 4354 points won a five table Howell movement played by the Country Club Bridge League. Mrs. E, B. Gee and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins took second place wth 42 points and there was a tie for third between Mrs. Frank Qrigsby Mrs. C. C. Councille, Bernard Gooch and Mrs. Henry Humphreys who all had 40 points. Bible Study Taught at Esther Circle Esther Circle of Beacon Baptist Women's Missionary Auxiliary met in the home of Mrs. Junior Presnell Monday for a Bible Study. Four members and two visitors, Mrs. Bertie Coker and Mrs. J. J. Johnson were present. v Mrs. Georgia Hodge presided over the meeting with Mrs. Clemmie Warren leading the opening prayer. Mrs. Presnell taught the Bits of News Members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church who are in Little Rock today to attend the consecration of the Rev. Robert Brown as bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Arkansas, include Mr. and Mrs. Carson Alley, Mrs. S. S. Patterson, Miss Mary Hallmark and Richard Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dunlap hat as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Galloway, Mrs. Margaret Gammlll and Mrs. Dunlap's mother Mrs. R. J. Lafitte of Pine Bluff They also had as guests all members of the Pine Bluff cheerleader squad. — Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech ha returned from a business trip to Sunday School Class Entertained At Stovall Home Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall enter tained the Christian Adventurer: Class at their new ranch type home near Plat Lake last' night with r picnic style supper. As the guests arrived they wer ushered into the den and seated before a bright glowing fire in the fireplace. The supper was served from the dining table and following the meal the group roasted marshmallows in the fireplace. Vernon Strickland, president, conducted a business session at which time plans for a masked Halloween party were made. The affair will be held at the home of the Rev. James Rainwater, Oct. 30. Mrs. Jost Elected Head Of Ruth Class Mrs. W. E. Jost was elected president of Ruth Class of First Baptist Church last night when the members of the class met at the home of the teacher, Mrs. Raymond Belknap. Other office™ elected were Mrs Travis Brooks, vice-president, and Mrs. Victor Stilwell, secretary. Group leaders are Mrs. Hurley Slayton, Mrs. W. W. Highfill, Mrs Francis Tompkins aad Mrs. G. 0 Bartholomew. Mrs. M. B. Griffin dismissed the group and refreshment* were served by the hostess. Michael Brents Honored on Sixth Birthday Michael Brents was honored on his sixth birthday Sunday afternoon with a party given by his mother, Mrs. Bill Brents. Party games were played during the afternoon and assisting in serving was Miss Mary Lee Wells. Refreshments of birthday cake and iced drinks were served. YMCiub Honors Mrs. Lendennie Young Matrons Birthday Club honored Mrs. Lucius Lendennie last night when the club met at the home of Mrs. Clayton Holder. Dinner was served from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with the birthday cake. i'ne casual hit of the season! JHC SIGHT SKOB KM MfN TUNNEL A brand new casual that's •winning friends all ovet town. Smart moccasin roe with contrasting trim, smartly and comfortable tied through built-in loops. Come in and discover how really comfortably a casual shoe can be. Tan : . . 'IIP 1 6. SONS I CM O E S I Mrs. Timtnons Entertains With Luncheon The wife of the Blytheville Air Force Base Commander enttrUin- ed with a luncheon at the Rustic Inn on Tuesday. Mrs Gordon David Timmons was hostess to the officer's wives oi the Air Base. The luncheon provided an opportunity for the women to meet each other and was a forerunner or the organization of a Blytheville Air Force Base Officers Wives Club. In a gesture of welcome, the management of the Rustic Inn provided floral arrangments for the luncheon tables. It was decided by the group that members of the new club will meet in the future on the second Tuesday of each month. St. Stephen's Auxiliary Meets At Parish House Mrs. E. J -Cure presided over the regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Monday night at the Parish House. Following a devotional presented by Mrs. Carson Alley, reports from various committee chairmen were heard and plans were made for a luncheon to be. held Sunday, Oct. 23, at Hotel Noble in honor of Bishop R. .R Brown, who is to be at St. Stephen's Church that day for a Holy Communion service. Mrs. Thurman E. Rowlett, Jr., program chairman, was in charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Paul M. Wilson, Mrs. R. I. Thompson, Mrs. S. S. Patterson and Mrs. 0. O. Hardaway. The benediction was given by Mrs. Alley. Dell WSCS Begins New Mission Study Women's Society of Christian Service of Dell Methodist Church met Monday night for a beginning of a new study course, "Within Two Worlds." Mrs. R. A. Qreenwsy taught the first session of the study with Mrs. R. B. Crawford giving the devotional. Mrs. .R Taylor was a guest and led the closing prayer. Hostesses in the social hour were Mrs. John Stevens, Sr., and Mrs. Oral Honeycutt. Surprise Birthday Party Given Mrs. Pharo Mrs. Eddie Pharo was honored with a suprise birthday party Sunday night .by friends and relatives. After the honoree had opened her gifts refreshments of ice cream and birthday cake were served. The chemise, revived from the 20's, is back again for wear under slim skirts, suits, long-torso dresses. Comes In nylon, sometimes with per- mannt pleating, often with lace and ribbon trim. Trinity WMU Circles Have Meetings Day circles of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist, Church met at the church Monday with 19 members present. Mrs. Drew Hughey conducted the business session with Mrs. Dovie McCann leading th« opening prayer. Mrs. Herman Adair gave the devotional and »lso dismissed the group. Mildred Matthew Circle met at the home of Mrs. Carl Pate with 10 members present. Repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Edward Roussel opened the meeting. Mrs. Roussel also conducted the business session. Mrs. Harold Russell dismissed the group. Marian Cook Circle met with Mrs. Well Lowe. Five members were present. Mrs. Carl Tate gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Lowe the devotional. Officers were elected and Mrs. Bobby Webb led the closing prayer. Rose Marlowe Circle met with Mrs. Chester Jenkins with six members and one new member, Mrs. Woodrow Hardy, present. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Lois Marr with Mrs. Jenkins giving the devotional and Mrs. Dean Boren conducting the business session. Mrs. Bonnie Eatmon gave the dismissal, prayer following the election of officers. Annie Armstrong Circle met with Mrs. Grace Caldwell. There were seven members and one visitor pres- Royal Service Program Given AtGosnellWMU Eleven members of the Gosnell Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church last night for a. Royal Service program. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell, new president, gave the devotional and presenting the program, "Come Women, Wide Proclaim," were Mrs. Wilmer Williams, Mrs. Roy McKay, Mrs. E. H. McMurray, Mrs. Minnie Geans, Mrs. Edna Karnes, Mrs. F. E. Lucius and Mrs. Marie Moody. Serving refreshments during the social hour were Mrs. Dorothy Griffin and Mrs. Geans. Coming Events THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Jackie Blackford, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Club having first fall meeting at the home of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Duplicate Bridge League meet ing. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meeting wi£h Mrs. Wil Ham Ellis, 1321 W. Holly, 7:30 p.m. FRIPAI Chapter N of PEO having first fall meeting at home of Mrs. Oar- rard Caudlll, 2 p.m. Mrs. W. A. Sticfcmon, Mrs. 3. W. Adams, Sr., and Mrs. W. N. Stanton are hostesses to the Past Matrons and Patrons Club, 7 p.m., at the Masonic Hall. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meets at the church, 2 p.m. Mrs, J. W. Purle and Mrs. C. E. Wiggins are hostesses. Read Courier News Classified Ads. W Children's Upset Stomach Git Mild, Cood-lasllnj Rtlitf With PERCY MEDICINE ent. Following repeating of the watchword Mr«. E. G. Lovell led the opening prayer. Mrs. Lucy Koonce conducted the business session at which time officers for the coming year .were elected. Mrs. Lovell gave the devotional and closing prayer was given by Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve. Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Meet In Homes Chatpers of Beta Sigma Phi conducted meetings last night homes of members. Exempler Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Barney Crook for a business meeting with one new member, Mrs. Beverly Sturch, present. Mrs. Jimmy Edwards, president, conducted the business session when plans for the benefit bridge and canasta were discussed and programs for the year were planned. Alpha Alpha Chapter met at the home of Mrs. Harold Doyle for a model meeting. Mrs. Dan McCaBkill, president, led the repeating of ritual after which Mrs. Alex Shelby, a guest, spoke to the group on "What Beta Sigma Phi means to an Outsider." In turn Mrs. McCaskill answered with "What It Means to be a Beta Sigma Phi." 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