The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1955 · Page 2
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?A«TWO (ARK.V oocrciEK TUESDAY, OCTOBCT 11,1»W - Society News - i« Ann Mallorv. Society Editor ' pho Miw Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 MODEL WINNING GARMENTS—Winning garments in the Clothing from Cotton Bag Contest ir« modeled by (back row left to right) Mrs. Cecil Cornell, Mrs. Harold Thompson. Mrs. Joe Winning Garments in Clothing from Cotton Bag Contest Are Modeled at NCPC Winning garments in the Clothing from Cotton Bags Contest, which is held each year in connection with the National Cotton Picking Contest, were modeled yesterday afternoon by Blytheville residents. The fashion show was held in front of the grandstand with Mrs. Frances Qammill serving as commentator. Winners in the division. 1 ; were Mrs. Bldy Webb of Blytheville. first in garments for boys under six years. Mrs. Richard T. Gray of Sednlia, Mo., was second. Mrs. Gray took first place in the girls under six garments witn sec ~ ond being won by Mrs. Jess Dempsey of Conway. JH- the mother-daughter conibi- my Westbrook, Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky, nation Mrs. Gray was first ,-uid Mrs. Dempsey second. Fuur-H Club winner was Jane Casper of Walnut Ridge, first and second. Mrs. Dernpsey won first, in the | Brenda Hrabovsky street dress division with second going to Mrs. Zelhi Cockrell of Blytheville. In the house dress division Mrs. Gray won fust and Mrs. Dempsey second. Evening gown winners were Mrs. .Gray, first and Mrs. Howard Catdivdl of Blyiheville. second. Modeling these garments were I charge. Miss uarlene Femberg spent the weekend in Memphis as ihe guest, ot Miss Uremia Greenfield. She went especially to attend the Ole Miss- Vanderbilt football game. Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge and Mrs. Snmuel F. Norris attended the memorial service and reception at First Presbyterian Church of Osceola Sunday afternoon commemorating the KOth anniversary of this congregation. Their great-grandfather, ihe Rev. Francis C. Morris of Alabama, was the first resident minister in Mississippi County. Also unending the centennial activities was Mrs. James B. Clark as guest of Mrs. J. H. Hook. Kay Barton of Catron, Mo., is spending this week here visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sums. Mr. and Mrs. Bums had as weekend guests their daughter. Mrs. Jack O'Keefe, and daughter Darian ot Memphis. Among those in Memphis for the VanderblU-Ole Miss football game Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. Drs. Car! ar.d Edna Nies spent the weekend in Jonesboro as guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Werner. Danny Cobb. student at Transylvania College in Lexington. Ky.. spent the weekend here 'Visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Cobb. He was motored to Memphis Sunday afternoon by his parents and left biplane from there to return to school. Saturday. Mrs. Cobb, Danny and Davis Cobb and Mrs. Ernest Roe were in Hattiesburg. Miss., to attend the Mississippi Southern homecoming football game. They went especially to visit Mrs. Roe's daughter. Peggy, who is a freshman at the school. Miss Marie Louise Lloyd of Little Rock, a leader in the Arkansas Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and a candidate for the national office of librarian general, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. o. Little and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris atfer visiting Miss Ruth Stayton Massey of Osceola. state regent, during last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bell and children o[ Dallas. Tex., have returned to their home after visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bell of Number Nine. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Martin ol San Francisco. Calif., have been vis- Betsy Johnson Sully Johnson. Mary! ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vic- Lou Osborne. Susie McCormick, tor Martin, and other relatives for Tonimv Westbrook. Jr.. Mrs. Tom- "" ""' "•"'•• "" """" '" 1 Presbyterian Circles Have Bible Studies Circles of (he Women of the Prel- bytenan Church met yesterday, Circle One met with Mrs. J. E. Beasley with Mrs. A. F. Dietrich | as co-hostess. Nine members and one visitor were present. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner taught the Bible Study. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Kouri with Mrs. Leslie Hooper co-hostess. Thirteen members were present. The Bible study was taught by Mrs. George Yaies. Warren and Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Wearing the winning children's garments are (left to right) Beverly Quick. Stanley Thompson and Pamela Smith. (Courier News Photo). the past week. En route to Blytheville. they slopped in Okmulgee. s . . Okln.. lo visit his sister. Mrs. AI Pamela Smith, Mrs. Cecil Connell, i Chronister, Mr. Chronister and lam- Beverlv Quick. Stanley Thompson. | «}'. They also visited their sons, Mrs Joe Warren. Miss Millie Ann ! Geary and John Martin, there. Mnllory and Mrs. Harold Thompson, | Mrs. Sybil Noble has been m , I charlottesvllle. Va.. to visit the late This show was sponsored by the j E. F. Lampkin. She was called there Blytheville Jaycettes with Mrs. | due to his illness. George Anderson. president, in : Mr. and Mrs. Program Given At Lake Street wscs "Find Grace to Help in Time of Need." was the program presented I last night at the meeting of Lake: Street Women's Society of Christ- j Number Nine WMU Has Final Meeting Women's Missionary Society of Number Nine Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon for its last monthly business meeting of the word prayer was led by Mrs. Marvin Hart, after which the devotional wns givpn by Mrs. Bob Stovall. Mrs. C. L! Bell and Mrs. Cliffie Johnson gave the closing prayers. H. L. Moore of I Tpxarkana. Tex., have .been vi.Mt- j ing Ins brother.—Rcc^c Moore^-and I family, his sister-in-law, Mrs. L. T, Moore, and other relatives, ! A-1C Thomns F. Phillips of Max! well Air Force Base, Ala., was the 1 weekend tales; of his grandmother. Mrs. L. T. Moore. Mrs. Moore also j had as a guest her sister, Mrs. L. , . i A Stevens of Torrance, Calif. The Appalachian Trail, a public j ' Mf flnd Mrs _ w _ w LanRston hiking- and riding track, extends [ i eft tn j s morning f 0r their home in 2000 miles I'rom Maine to Georgia, i Springfield. Mo., after spending ' , . , ._, , M-s Raymond Whittle presided over the meeting which was opennd! jtm seiviue. j wjth p,. fl y er by Mrs Clyde McCorct. Mrs. Mitchell Sanford served as. program leader. Those taking part were Mrs.'Marjorie Poff, Mrs. Ed Following repeating of the watch- ; Evans, -Irs. June Jones, Mrs. Lacy Gordon and Mrs. Effie May. Mrs. George Shanks presided over the business session w*.h Mrs. C. T. Chamlin leading the opening prayer. Repeating trie Lords' Prayer in unison dismissed the group. A sandwich plaie and iced drinks were served in the social hour by Mrs, Shanks and Mrs. Shnmlin. Found Only at Whitsitt's LUSHLON, PLUSH NEW ORLON .. .in Tiih-U-Knit'i sofi-fin/id, iemi-fashioned ilipover with raglan sleeve and neck ihot modi Ihe turtle. Many Fall colofi, brilliant or loir. Sizei 34 10 40. 5.95 as advertised In SEVENTEEN it's Whitsitts "••MUM Y*M Lik* Snwr* Things" The Complete Cost i as colorful as the autumn leaves and tailored by Paula The Ptwmble that you will wear all through the season. The dregs, slim of line and sliort-Blc combines a blouse of novelty, 2-tone-wool jersey with skirt of wool heather jersey. The box-jacket is in a harmonizing, Mripnl-wonl tweed with nuliurn lining for assured warmth. Misses sizes 10 lo 18. (7rev find Gold Grey wnr/ Grcfn Grey and flerf Grry and Ttinjuoi New Officers Preside at Dell WMU At the first meeting of the year of Dell Women's Missionary Union last night at the church now officers for the year presided. Those officers were Mrs. C. A. Smith, president; Mrs. Kuriell New- 1 som, vice-president;' Mrs. Jesse i Past Matrons And Patrons Have Dinner Party Mrs. W. A. Stickmon. Mrs. J. W. Adams. Sr.. and Mrs. W. M. Stanion were hostesses for the October meeting of the Past Matrons and Patrons Club in the Social Room of the Masonic Temple Friday night. Tliere were 13 members and sev- Mrs. Edward Simpson Holcomb, "youth director; Mrs. ] en visitors present for the dinner Harry Cook, program chairman; : parly. Mrs.'j. T. Tate. recording secre- \ tary: Mrs. Cecil Austin, corre-i Kponding soci'etary; Mrs. Beular; Whalpy, treasurer. i Committee chairmen .rs. George Vales. ! T~i 7 1C' Mrs. O F. Blayloc* and Mrs. F . .&7JJW/7 J/W/JJO/Z. Joyner were hostesses 10 Circle / > °' Peterson Three at the home of Mrs. Blaylock Mrs. C. M. Gray taught the Bible study to ihe 12 members and two visitors present. Fifteen members and one visitor of Circle Four met at the home o Mrs. W. D. Chambiin. Mrs. A. B. Reese was co-hostess. The Bible study was given by Mrs- S. E. Tune. Circle Five met at the church with Mrs. Spencer Alexander as hostess. Seven members attended the meeting. Mrs. Russell Mosley gave the study. Mrs. J. L. Thompson was hostess to ten members of Circle Six at ihe home of Mrs. Curiiss And- 'erson. The study was given by Mrs. Conner Taylor. Mrs. Dee Mcllwain taught the study at the meeting of Circle Seven . The circle met with Mrs. Mahan Bel! u-;ih ten members and four visitors present. are Mrs. W.iller Dyer, mission study: Mrs. Dave Keltner. community , mis- skins; Mrs. C. H. Morgan, steward ship: Mrs. B. T. Ladner. literature; and Mrs. Holcomb. prayer. Mrs. Cook was in charge of the program with Mrs. Dyer, Mrs. Ed Hardin and Mrs. Holcomb taking i parts. Mrs. Tate gave the rievo- ! tional with Mrs. Ladner dismissing the group. Temple Israel Groups to Convene Tne meeting of B'nai B'rith an Exchange Vows In a ceremony solemnized in Hoi , nando. Miss., Saturday Miss Shir-1 ley Peterson, daughter of Mrs. : Louise Peterson of Dell, became; the bride of William Edward Simp- j son, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L- D r nc I/-loc Simpson, of Blyiheville. rlfclblUcb Vows were exchanged in the Methodist Church there with the Rev. W. S. McAlilly, pastor, officiating. The bride wore for her marriage a brown wool suit with winter white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations. The couple will make their home \ at 924 South Lake in Blytheville. Mrs. Simpson is a graduate of Dell High School where she was a ' member of the Beta Club, band : and choir. She was an all-county • basketball player and is now employed as secretary at John Miles ', Miller Company. ! Mr. Simpson is a graduate of Blytheville High School and has just returned from a two-year tour of duty with the Army. He is now . ~ employed by Ark-Mo Power Corn- flOStCSS tO Dinner was served from a table overlaid with ? white linen cloth and centered with a bronze bowl filled with fall flowers and foliage. The same flowers were used on the individual tables. Following a brief business sesr '" i sion the remaiuder of the evening was spent in playing rook. Winners were Mrs. W. A. Stick- mon. high in the women's division. H. L. Hosp. men's high, and rooko went to Mrs. Burks Barker. \JFMSMeeting Mrs. Harold Thompson presided over the meeting of Louise Chap' man Chapter of Nazurene Foreign Missionary Society when the chapter met at the church last night. Mrs. Mills rd Hooper led the opening prayer with the devotional being given by Mrs. John C. Criner. "Early Missionary Endeavors'.' was the mission study taught by Mrs. Alvie Jarrett. Mrs. Bessie Justus dismissed the group. Ten Members Present at JGalvaryYWA i Ten members were present at ihe meeting of Calvary Young '• Women's Auxiliary last night. "This Is Your Life" was the program Riven by Dorothy Rice, Gwendolyn Rhoad. Carol Kimberly, Sandra .Jarrett and Shelba Hodges. i Miss Jarrett dismissed the group. ' The Associational meeting of the YWA will be helci at Calvary • Church next Tuesday night at 7:30 ' p.m. Men's Lodge and Temple hood will be held tomor ai Tempi Israel at 8 p.m. j The military personnel of Blytheville Air Force Base is invited to attend this meeting. Carlo Blackard Mrs. Logan ostess to • Gleaners Class B-rim anO|V_(jf IU DIULrxl. Die Sister•row night jHonored (Jn Eighth Birthday several here visiting her brother. Joe Thomas, Mrs. Thom'as and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Westbrook are the parents of a daughter, their second child, born Oct. 4, at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby. who has a sister, Patricia Lynn, has been named Sharon Ruth. Mrs. t Westbrook is the former Pat | Hearn. j Miss Allene Wimberiy, student i at Southwestern, spent, the weekend I here visiting her parents, Mr. and I Mr?. D. E. Wimberiy. ! Mr. and Mrs. James Wimberiy , and son of Jonesboro spent the weekend here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberiy and Mr. and jilrs. J. T. Hipp. Mrs. Guy Walker has returned Carla Jean Blackard. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blackard, was honored on her eighth birthday Sunday with a party at the Dixie Pig. The 20 guests spent the afternoon playing games. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. Those assisting in serving were M ise Mizell. Mrs, .Joan B and Mrs, Billy Davis. Mrs. Max Logan was hostess last ni^ht to members of Gleaners Sunday School Class of Firsi Baptist Church. Openine prayer was led by Mrs- Walter Bishop, teacher of the class, with Mrs. Logan conducting the business session. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford led in . prayer preceding the devotional : sivpn by Mr.-. Quincy Alexander. : Mr?. Lynn Broun gave the benediction. At Tlye Hospitals BIythcvlHc Hospital Dismissed: Ranelle Jackson, Steete Mrs. Lilly Michie, Steele Mrs. Lena Azbill, Cooter Ray Downing, Armorel Chfckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Nancy Farmer. Manila J,. C. Sutton, city W. C. Buchanan, city Mrs. Elton Jones, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Willie Payne, city Mrs. Liza Porsythe. city Alfred Nacias. city Mrs. Fred Boshers and city baby. Pn TP ' UIC p! nnQ 'lUltb ' D resr\ I/- •f r\ c+- DrSQK.TQST ^"-EuzelianClass iHas Meeting !/\t Boggs Home Euzeli.in Class of First Baptist ^lans were made for a pancake breakfast last night when Band the high to her home in Torrance, Calif., j Parents Club met in after a visit here with her parents, i school auditorium. and .Mrs. Henry Young. She! Mrs. William Wyatt Church met at the home of Mr; E. L. BoEgs 1 ness meeting. Ms. John Gestring presided over the business session and during Coming Even.ts WEDNESDAY Yarbro PTA meeting at 3 pm., preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns will it night for a busi-ibe co-hostess. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Paul Jobe. . — TLE Bridge Club being enter- the social hour a dessert course and coffee were served. ..... o..u .,...,. .......j B . *,..„ . , presided' The group had as guests Miss was accampanied home by her ne-i over the business session. Reports Douie Whitsel. who presented The • - • • --- : -' —•--:* -•--; --- .devotional, and Mrs. Dwight McDowell. phew. Roland Lynn Howard, w-ho j will remain for an extended visit, from commit.tee chairmen con- '. eluded the meeting. tained at Razorback by Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. E. J. Cure. PS Bridge Club meeting- with Mrs. Herb Rhode. lh« latest from Ihe young point of view in shoe* Sport Rust Golden Havana Gray Black Who needs money when you have good taste? Not us. Not when you can get a choice lizard pump... styled at this price. These pumps—smart looking, smooth fitting really give you luxury fashion at i welcome price. Matching bags at $10.95 I a. CONS I SH O E S I

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