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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1954 Society News illnrv. ftoeietv Editor * Mist Millie Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 State Bridge Tournament to Be Conducted The Arkansas State Bridge Tournament; will begin Thursday at the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs and Trill end Sunday. ' Thursday, a special warm-up ses- *ion will be played and Friday the Team-ol-Four, Individual and Special Game will be played. Saturday, the Men and Women's Pairs and the Mixed Pairs sessions will be played and Sunday the Open Pair session will conclude the tournament. Joe "Matthews and Al Sobel will be directors of the tournament and Mri/Benton Brandon of Little Roclc is; chairman. . —~ Bapti list WMU Executive Board Has Luncheon The Executive Board of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church was entertained with a~-luncheon at the home of Mr*. J. W. Bayder yesterday,. Hostesses were Mrs. Rayder,,Mrs. W -M. Williams, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon,, Mrs. a M. Smart, Mrs. Hays Sullivan, Mrs. J. .T. Westbrook and Mrs. F. L. Reagan. The individual tables where the guests were seated were centered with mixed bouquets of fall flowers/ ' ;' ' Following lunch a business session was conducted with Mrs. Kendall Berry presiding. If You Wear A Half Size By Sue Burnett You'll be particularly pleased with the.flattery of this handsome yoked styled esigned just for you. Fits to perfection. Pattern No. 8120 is in Sizes 12V 2 , 14%, "16%, 18&, 20y 2 . 22y 2f 24V 2 . Size 14y 2 , 4 yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NtTM 372 W. 6. 111. Quincy Trinity Circles Meet in Member^ Home The Jewel Abernathy Circle o* the Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Arah Speck yesterday with seven members present. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. Speck presided over the business session and Mrs. Buchanan taught the mission study. Mrs. B. C. Benefield dismissed the group with prayer. The .Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs: Harvey Parrish with six members present. The group repeated the watch- Bits of News Mrs. J. T. and Mrs. W. Westbrook: and Mr. O. Reeves have re- CLOTHES FROM SACKS — Miss Bertha Ann Gaines is shown wearing one of the 70 articles made from feed bags which have been sent here to be .modeled in the Clothing from Cotton Bags Fashion Show at the National Cotton Picking Contest Friday. Miss Gaines is wearing a Eed and blue checkered long sleeve blouse with matching complete circle skirt. The feed sack which she has her hand in could be used to make a dress like the one she is wearing. (Courier News Photo) . Nazarene Society Conducts Meeting The Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene met'at the church last night for an installation of officers. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., presided over the meeting. Group singing opened" the meeting and the Rev. J. Louis Emmert led the' opening prayer. The Rev. Mr. Emmert presided over the business session and the devotional 'was given by the Rev. Harold Thompson, Sr. Mrs. Horace Halford taught the mission study. J. T. White dismissed the group with prayer. Coming Events The Marion Cook Circle II meets with Mrs. Max Koonce at 7:30 p:m. The Exemplar Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Walter Manser for a social at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Activities Can Go Far To Dispel Boredom Are we boring ourselves to death.? A magazine editor claims that we ments. are. He thinks the big problem for many individuals and word to open the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. Herman Adair. Mrs. H. H. Burnett dismissed the group with prayer. Circle Three met with Mrs. A. L. Richardson with five members and two-visitors, present. The meeting, was opened with the group repeating the watchword and the opening prayer was- by Mrs. Richard Robeson. Mrs. R. W. Wooten presided over the business session and dismissed the group with prayer. • , . ' The Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Gaylord Lewis with 11 members present. Mrs. Ernest Walker presided over the business session when officers for the coming year were elected. The devotional was given by Mrs. Lewis. Officers elected were Mrs. Dean Boren, co-chairman; Mrs. Walter Falloway, secretary; Mrs. L. D. Marr, mission study; Mrs. \Lewis, program chairman; Mrs. .. Irene Pritchard. community mission chairman; Mrs. Cletus Hudson, publicity; ..Mrs. J. D. Eatmon, orphanage,; Mrs. Edna Coleman, treasurer;-'Mrs. Eleanor Swafford, social. Sentence prayer dismissed the group. The Marion Cook Circle One met with Mrs. Idell Lowe with six members and one visitor present. Mrs. Gene Pierce opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Lowe gave the devotional and presided over the business session. Mrs. Lois Gestring dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of each circle meeting, the hostess served refresh- turned from Fort Hood, Tex., where they visited relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Wade Reeves, Jr., and son who will remain for an extended visit. Mrs. B. A. Buggr and Mrs. Howard Bowen have returned from Marks, Miss., where they attended the flower show held by J. Gregory Conway, floral designer. Mr. Conway autographed his book, "Coriway's Treasury of Flower Arrangements," for the Blytheville Public Library. In Memphis, Mrs. Bugg and Mrs. . Bowen attended the home show. Mrs. A. Bellrhont Dennis of Covington, Ga., president-general of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, was a Blytheville visitor Poorly ventilated closets often families to- : get damp and musty during humid day is what to do weather. If fhe closet is .not too with their leisure • large, a small electric light bulb time. .burning constantly will give Our high di-' enough heat to stop the mildew, vorce rate and Be sure that the bulb is not placed the increase of where It will touch, or nearly juvenile delin- touch, clothing. quency would indicate that a lot of Americans are yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Wyse Perry of Grand Junction, Colo., are visiting relatives and friends'here. Mr. and Mrs. Perry are former' Blytheville residents. •-.'•: Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., is the guest of Mrs. H. C. Sims. . ' , , -. Christian Church Women's Group Meets at Church The Women's Fellowship of the Christian Church met at the church yesterday. There were 33 members present. An Executive Board meeting wts followed by a luncheon. A general meeting was held following lunch. Mrs. Albert Taylor presided over the business session. Mrs. Frank Brown was in ckarge of the program and those taking parts were Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. James L. Brooks, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Sr., Mrs. E. M. Terry, Sr., and Mrs. Chet Brown. Mrs. Eric Whitley was in charge of the worship service and sentence prayer dismissed the group. New Liberty GA's Conduct Meeting The Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of the New -Liberty Baptist Church met at the home. of Alma Koonce Guy Bratton, Mrs. Grable Exchange Vows ceremony. Freddie Grable, son of Mrs. Grable, served as ring bearer for the double ring ceremony. suit with navy blue accessories. The couple will make their home in Blytheville. In a ceremony performed Sunday afternoon in the Methodist Church in Hernando, Miss., Mrs. Needa Flo Grable became the bride of Guy H. Bratton. The Rev. W. S. McWilly, pastor of the church, officiated at the Mrs. Grable wore a gray wool EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2-2015 At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: . Mildred Morris, Tomato Virgil Jones, Cooter Mrs. James Evans, City W. G. Warren, City Mrs. Lilly Hill, Rt. 3, City Mrs. Clifton Derrick, Steele Mrs. J. A. Argo, Manila Mrs. Lena Azbill, Cooter Cbickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Noe Gonzalez, City Mrs. Harry Wheat, City Mrs. Jimmy Garner and baby, City Torsten Lindquist, City Tony Whitehead, City John Hoffman, City Sandra Jumper, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Noren Bellinger, Manila Baby Rhoads, Air -Base Baby Gary Lawson, City Jo Ann Wiley, Rt. 4, City Mrs. Mary Taylor, Rt. 3, City Ruth Millett For boredom can easily lead to just plain bored. major marriage problems. And bored young people can easily get into trouble. If boredom is one of our big problems, that ought to be a real challenge to the American woman. Instead of trying to relieve her V I U-W-"^-^—»T JLUO tC&U. Ui. UJ. J i-Lif3 UU A. ^J.A*- * & 4-J.^A Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertains the, own persona i boredom by rushing TLE Bridge Club. Members of St. Stephen's Epis- at Parish House at 6 p.m. Thursday The Chillion Club meets with Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Mrs. Alex . Curtis entertains the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertains the La Nueve Club. The Lottie Moon YWA of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Friday Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. W. Watson at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. W. Dolen is co-hostess. Beef supplies are expected to be larger than ever before, according to the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Largest supplies will be of the moderately priced beef. This beef will be a good buy for hamburgers or other ground meat dishes as well as for beef stews ana pot roasts-. around 'joining clubs and heading committees and playing cards, perhaps she should be working on the broader problem of taking care of a whole family's boredom. How can she accomplish such a big job? Well, here are a few suggestions: By getting the whole family interested in family projects and family outings. If everybody works together they can do all kinds of things to make a house more livable and pleasant. And that outboard motor Dad has his eye on might be a lot better buy for the family than a new sofa. By widening the family's circle of friends. By spending time with interesting and entertaining people who have something to offer, instead of being bored by the same You can make your own massage cream of thick soapsuds and a bit of salad oil. It is especially good for rough skin. Some women discourage then' husbands and children from taking up any hobby they feel is going to clutter up even one room of the house. By substituting good conversation for poor TV fare. Any family that thinks anything on TV is better than listening to each other is bound to become bored in short order. By keeping informed about world affairs. The more anyone knows about the world he lives in, the less likely he is to be bored. For Genuine Ports and Expert Service See Your Ford Tractor Dealer SNOW TRACTOR CO, Blytheville, Ark. TeL POplar 3-8951 Means Less Work . . . , More Income Per Acre "The Very Best Will Cost You Less." Mrs.- Bud Gunter.presided over the business session when it was decided the group would meet every second and fourth Monday nights. Miss Peggy Gunter was in charge of the program and those taking parts were Misses Koonce, Geraldine' Langley, Linda Gunter and Maddlin Needham. Miss Koonce dismissed the group with prayer and refreshments were served the group by Mrs. Malcolm Koonce. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen ....*- •—_„..-. ,-..-•. AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT •••»••«>——•»—••"«•••'•**—*••••• TUBS., & WED. 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