The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 18, 1955
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PA6B FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS TUESDAY. OCTOBER 18,1955 - Society News •. 1 — — \f n IIA»i> Ci-i/MQMf E?rlif AI* * Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4-161 Mrs. White Presents Book Review "You Can Witness," by Dr. Wm. McCorkle was reviewed Monday by Mrs. Jesse M. White in the social rooms of Presbyterian Church. This program was the last in a series of special emphasis on home missions the past month. Mrs. White pointed out that in the beginning Christians should examine ourselves and our possibilities for witnessing for Christ. Chrisiian Evangelism and Christian Witnessing are the same and to be effective they should be Christ- centered and Church-centered. Mrs. White quoted Dr. McCorkle as savin gthat 75 to 85 per cent o! Sunday School members become Church members. t After joining a church 40 per cent of '.he church members, according to Dr. McCorkle, drift away and are lost within seven year's, so Christian witnessing should continue in order to assimi- Presbyterian Women Hare Meeting A meeting of the women of Prcs-1 byterian Church was held ye.itc-r-! clay with Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, president, presiding WSCS Circles Have Studies; Dcvotionals Devotionals and Bible studies were yiven yesterday when circles of Women's "society of Chrisiian Service m First Methodist Church met. Mrs. Hiram Wylie of Greenwood. Miss., was a guest when Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Eugene Still. — : Eighteen members were present Seven couples from Blytheville, w v irn \i r s. jack Robinson gave the attended the Northeast DiMinct j ( | t , vol ; 0n; ,i and Mrs. Marcus Gaines meeting of Lettercarriers at Corn-, ,H P s tudy. George Yates spiritual' mi; Saturday. Those attending were circle "TWO met at the home ot chiirman stressed the ob-. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks, Mr. and M s Haro!(J Wright with Mrs. W. Cna - - -••• - "<" "-"'"• ••-<•••"•• --I M« • Holhnesworth as co-hostess. Bits of News j m ,[ n /:, 11 lostlii I er&onal \ Bill Hrabovsky, Mr. and Mrs. Mr servance of the week of prayer and : Mrs ^^^^^ S T;^^^^.^. and Mr, B,, for shm-ns and e«rv member! Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Elhs for shut ins, ^ano ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ & Mj ^ ^ Ko0]K . e reading t October. : World Mission Chairman Mrs. C., M. Gray reported that two duffle j bags of used clothing has been sent ; overseas, through the Church World Service. In the election o£ officers, Mr. urk.s was elected district presi- with Mrs. Hrabovsky being and Mrs. . E | ?ven mem vers were present. Mrs. Johnny Young gave the devotional arc! study. Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. A. M R. Branson were hostesses to n members of Circle Three at the Nelson home. •cied district vice-president of j ' The dcv " otiona i was give n by Mrs. auxiliary. The n:xt meeting w Blytheville in January. , be held m cii u ...... --------late new members and revitalise , W omcn of the Church their thinking and living. Work with migrants was reported j Dan H Wallace was admitted 10 progressing satisfactorily with va-1 Kennedy Veteran Hospital in .Mem- cation church schools for the chil- j p jjj s yesterday and will undergo dren showing encouraging results, j SU rgery the latter part of this Mrs. Edgar Borum, chairman of; n . ec |j. the nominating committee, report-1 ilis w |f e anc [ mother, Mrs. Carl ed on the officers for 1956 for the Wallace, will leave Thursday to be James ' with him. I These new officers were elected; LI. John Parker of Goldsboro. .N. : Group singing of the hymn, "Re-1 an( j wjl | be installed in November ; c ls v | s ni n g his sister, Mrs. Ar- ; '-onai a " vive Us Again," and a pray-- - • • • '•— ' closed the meeting. Robert McGraw with Mrs. Newton Whitis teaching the study. Mrs. L. E. Did. WSCS president, and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger were guests when 17 members of Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. Henry Humphreys. The devotional was given by Mrs. Guard. Mrs. George Pyles ihught the study. Mrs. Dick White gave the devo- rs. W. T. Rainwater the „, ciro Coming Events Guide Book Reviewed at Baptist WMU Women's Missionary Union Guide Book was reviewed yesterday at the meeting ol First Baptist WMU Circles. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. E. B. Wooclson with eight, members present. Mrs. Lymvood Lewis reviewed the lesson. Mrs. H H. Brooks was hostess to Circle Two and also reviewed the guide. Fifteen members and one visitor were present. Nine members and one visitor ^ „„.,„„,„„„ were pi,sent when Circle Three met j Am eVican'lndian's. 7:30 lo 9 p'm.. TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Mary Lyons, 7:30 p.m. • Jurisdictional Mission Study on American Indians. 7:30 to 9 p.m., First Methodist Church. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sis- ma Phi haying joint business meeting and bridge-canasta party In Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Utho) Barnes and Mrs. R. A. Geary. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi haying pledge ritual at i home of Miss Millie Ann Mallory, j 7:30 p.m. j WEDNESDAY ; Jurisdictional Mission Study, on Profit by Rules Formulated in 101 Years Want to know the recipe tor happiness subscribed to by a woman who asked for just one candle on her ,101st birthday cake because she wanted that one candle to represent "a new start"? Her recipe is: "Take things easy. Don't rush, f see some good everyone." "fake things I is one of the biggest mistakes modern women make. We can't say "no" and so we are always tnklnj on more than we can do and then rushing around frantically trying to set It all done despite the odds against it. "See some good In everyone." How often women reverse that motto and instead look for the little flaws in everyone they meet. at the home of Mrs. Philip Deer. The snide was reviewed by Mrs. Darrel! Lunsiord. Mrs. C. M. Smart reviewed lire guide ai the meeting of Circle Four. Ten members of this circle met at the home of Mrs. W. P. McCormick. Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson with nine members and one visitor present. Mrs. Theodore Logan gave the review. The review was given by Mrs. Jack Marsh when 13 members and four new members of Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Seeman. Circle Seven met at the Alvin Huffman. Jr., home on Country Club drive with Mrs. Huffman reviewing the guide. Eleven members, one visitor and two new members were present. Central PTA To Have Monthly Meeting Central Parent-Teacher Association will hold its regular monthly meeting tomorrow at the school. The general meeting will be held at 3 p. m. with the executive board to meet at 2:30 p. rn. easy." No use getting First Methodist Church. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Charles Langston. TLE Bridge Club being entertained by Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. R. H. Kirby. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Pasy Gentry. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Miss Pattye June Davis enter taining OEO Club. ., __ , Thursday Contract Club meeting j G sudbury, Mrs. E. with Mrs. Edgar Borum. i and jyirs. Obie Webster Corps of Engineers Womans Club SATURDAY upset over trifles, or fretting over spilt milk, or striving for perfection in everything we do when perfection can so rarely be attained. "Don't rush." Hurrying, hurrying, hurrying, day after day, so fast we can't enjoy the little pleasures along the way •"I can't understand iwitry." "Th« trouble with Jane is." If Sue only wouldn't..." And so it goes, picking at the flaws instead of looking hard and long lor something to „',' like and admire in each person it , JI should be our privilege to know I and to try to understand. Borrowing those three simple rules and making them a part of our own philosophy of living may not make us live to see a second lone caudle on a birthday cake. But they arc sure to make the year we do have happier and more fruitful ones. with Mrs. Loy Welch. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting in Fellowship Hall at 1 :30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. E. Hardin TWo-In-One For Tots 8325 ,3-8 </n < Sue Burnett For a miss of three to eight years —two adorable outfits in one pattern! A cute bathrobe or a button- front dress with .contrasting sash. Pattern No. 8325 is in sizes 3, 4. 6, 6. 7. Syears. Size 4, robe, 2 3,4 yards o( 36-inch; dress, 2 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. Quiricy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cent* now for your copy of the new Fall A- Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. E. H. McFadden and Mrs""w'alter Day. She 'quoted from i Dortch Campbell. j &""; Poior Marshall and used a selected Chuck Langston and Jim Tomp-j Mut . •»•. * lr - - ?o.m of scripture verses among kins, students at the University of | Mrs. W. T. Morrow, were present them the'familiar quotation from j Arkansas, will vishjheir parents j The devotional was^gjven by MJS. the Shepherd's Psalm. , i here this weekend. They also plan | \y. N. Stanton with Mrs. W. W. . . . . She stated that inner tension is j to attend the Die Miss-University Blackwood giving the study. " - caused" by the desires of the mind of Arkansas game in Oxford Sat- and' desires of the body warring | urday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUKS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature — AND — "SWAMP VIRGIN" Cartoon "Spring For Thomas' against each other. The development of a strong. personal faith by daily reading of the Bible will help materially in alleviating these inner tensions, Mrs. Day stated. Hostesses for the social hour which followed were Mrs. Yates. Mrs. Ed Kice and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. MissMiddleton Elected Head of New Liberty YWA Martha Middleton was elected president of Young Women's Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church when the group met at tne home of Mrs. Willard Bess. Other officers elected were Frances Weathers, vice-president; Marilyn Lutes and Mable Crook, program chairman; Marie Bevill, secretary; Dorothy Kouri, treasurer; Helen Crosskno, community missions chairman; Pat Holder, social chairman, and Geraldine Langley, reporter. ^ . I Mrs. Bess opened the program j with prayer. Those presenting the ] program were Misses Holder.' Weathrrs, Lutes, Middleton and Bevill. In the social hour refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fowler ot:MrS. Pl"ljitt Chicago have returned home after! i \i/- i a visit here with his parents. Mr -iHonOred With and Mrs - clyde Fowler - i Mrs. Monroe Adcock of Charles-; n .,pj-j.p ion w ^ ls here Yi , uing hel . i_uyt;iit: daughter. Mrs. Sarah Willingliam. and children. Mrs. Leroy Pruitt of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Hall of i was honored here with a layette Memphis spent Sunday here visit j shower by Mrs. H. H. O'Neal. ing relatives. | Assisting the hostess in the en- Danny Fowler, who is stationed | lertaining rooms were Mrs. Bobby at Hutchlnson. Knns., with the j O'Neal, Mrs. John Charles Bright Navy, is spending a. furlough here j anc j jj rs _ g_ ^ Duncan. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler. Those from out-of-town attending the affair were Mrs. H. R.JShaw of Hayti and Mrs. George Barton, I Jr., of Memphis. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Dick Green. Huffman Mrs. Harvey Permenter, Luxora Mrs. Mildred Walker, Cooter Sarah Francos Lorn. Luxora Cliickiisnwba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Richard A. Gilmore, city Ward Johnson, Jr., city Ms. Joe Holifleld and baby, city coa'f wiil"wear "out.^FoId it. lining outside, and hold It on your lap or have it checked. gives coffee a funny taste. • * » • To show off your bracelets, ii you incline toward them, there are even sweaters with the shorter, three- quarter look. Be sure they are short enough When you buy so you won't meeis, with Mrs. John Shaddix and Mrs. Elmer Norman as hostesses. Jaycettes meeting. Ladies of Country Club having Guest Day at club at 1 p.m. Mid-Week Club being entertained by Mrs. Harry W. Haines: j Chillion Club meeting with Mrs S. E. Torjusen. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs George Hubbard. Jr. FRIDAY Friday Club meeting with Mrs .": ies C. Guard. Chapter N, PEO, having 1 p.m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Harry W. Haines with Mrs. Harry A. Haines as co-hostess. Friday Contract Club meeting Patch pockets can murder the appearance of a coat if they're used, funny as this seems. Keep them slim and flat. Sew them shut, if you must, to .keep bulky items out or your coat will look old during its youth. Dresser drawers can be cleaned easily if they're coated, early in the game, with a thin solution of fresh white shellac. Put on two coats and Duplicate Bridge League meet-i you can dust with en?e instead of ing. ! scrubbing. Brocade is right for almost any occasion after five o'clock. It may! be cut into a suit, short dinner dress or ball gown and it's most likely to be accompanied by glit-, ter in the form of cuff links or; buttons. Sitting on a coat in a restaurant) or the movies is a costly proposi-! tion, if you consider how much more quickly your precious winter GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Barbara Crawford. De!l Mrs. William. White, city J ' T - McG > uirt and baby.!._ CARTOON "COOKIN' WITH GAGS" Esther Circle Has Meeting Esther Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. Stanley West With 13 members present. Mrs. Georgia Hodge presided Over the business session with Mrs. W. C. West leading the opening prayer and Mrs. J. J. Johnson dismissing the group. Mrs. Charles Smith, city Pat O'Bryrmt, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ruby S. Dowdy, Dell J. W. 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