The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 - Society News - a Ann Mullnrv Rn^iptv KMitnr * Phone Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 RECEIVE PIN'S — Members of a newly organized Brownie Troop proudly display pins, signifying their membership in the Brownie organization. They received these pins in a ceremony at the Little House yesterday afternoon. (Courier Xews Photo) In Investiture Ceremony, Brownie Troop Members Receive Pins In an investiture ceremony at the Little House yesterday, members of a newly formed Brownie Troop received their pins, signifying their membership in the organization. Mrs. Glenn Ladd, president of the Lone Troop Association, and Mrs, Dick Watson and Mrs. Leon Scherer, troop leaders, conducted the ceremony. Members of .this troop are Sherry Brown, Judy Davis, Nancy Davis, Ann Hudson, Patty Lewis, Paula Fay Lipford, Sharon McNair, Jane Marble, Karen Parks, Deborah Pennington, Sue Ann Saliba, Barbara Jane Scrape, Karen Sch-, erer, Barbara Shaw, Brenda Kaye j Smith, Brenda Street, Susette Turn-1 er and Celia Watson. Mrs. Jerry Scrape, Mrs. Roy Parks and Mrs. Bernard Street serve .as committee mothers for the troop. Following the ceremony, members of the troop entertained their mothers, who were special guests, with a tea. The tea table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a massive arrangement of fall flowers and foliage. Mrs. Joe Davis and Mrs. Scrape presided at the table. Trinity WMU Circles Have Meetings Trinity Baptist Women's Missio- ary Union Circles met yesterday. Circle One met with Mrs. L. G. KenwrighL with five members and two visitors present. Mrs. Kenwright. conducted the business session with Mrs. J. D. Atkins giving the opening prayei and devotional. Mrs. E. C, Thompson taught the mission lesson. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. E. G. Lovell. Circle Two met with Mrs. R. L. Adkisson with nine members and two visitors present. Mrs. Lois Gestring opened the meeting with prayer with Mrs. W. E. Williams conducting the program. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the devotional and also the closing pray So Smart And Yuothful er. Circle Three met with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright with eight members present. Mrs. Drew Hughey led the opening prayer with Mrs. A. L. Richardson conducting the business session. Mrs. John Buchanan gave the devotional. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Gunter Murff, Mrs. Henry Berry, Mrs. M. G. Kenwright and Mrs. Buchanan. Mrs. Richardson dismissed the group. Circle Four met with Mrs. H. H. Burnett with seven members pres- ' ent. Mrs. Bert Ross led the opening prayer. The business session was'presid- ed over by Mrs. Henry McCann with. Mrs. Alvis Harris serving as program chairman. Those presenting the devotional were Mrs. Ross, Mrs. McCann, Mrs. Burnett and Mrs, Herman Adair. 8329 10-20 Sue Burnett A particular fashion pet this season — the lent wai&ted basque frock that is delightfully young. Have short or three quart- r sleeves. Pattern No. 8329 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, .short sleeve, 4 J /2 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER ot Sue, Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W, Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The new fall & winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled with attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — send-25 cents today for your copy. Family Grunt And Groan PAW PAW, Mich. (/P) — Because his wife wouldn't let him watch restltng on television. Lame La- bndie charged in court she violated terms of a temporary injunction he obtained against her in advance ot a divorce suit trial. Among other things, the injunction forbids Mrs, Labadie from denying him use of household appliances. The Judge told her it "shouldn't be too much of a sacrifice" to let her husband watch TV wrestling once a week. Coming Events TUESDAY Orpheus Club meeting at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. R. J. Morgan is co-hostess. Eastern Star having stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m.. preceded by potluck supper at 6:30 p.m WEDNESDAY Lange PTA having meeting. Executive Board meets at 2:30 p.m. followed by general meeting at J p.m. Chapter D PEO meeting at home of Mrs. W. T. Rainwater for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. James Roy is co- hostess. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. L. E. Old. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Jerry Scrape. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. S. C. Owens. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. A. G. Hall. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Virginia Drew. THURSDAY Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Sally Freeman. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W L. Homer. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chrster CnldweU. GEQ Club meeting with Mrs. W H. O'Keefe. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. FRIDAY Lake Street, Methodist Church members having fellowship supper, 6:30 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. O. J- Rodgei;s, Mr. and Mrs.. Jerry Scrape and Mrs. Effie Golden May. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Russell C. Fair. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Farris McCalla. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Bits of News i H lost lit Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson hiivc as their uuesi Mrs. Johnson's ir.othf!. Mis. O. X. Hawkins, of Morrilton. Mrs. Hawkins came especially to attend the state UDC convention which us being held here, Mrs. Hhoda Rucks, president ol the LitUe Rock UDC chapter, is the houseguesi of Mrs. Chris Tomp- kir.s- She was accompanied to Bly- thevil!* 1 by Mrs. E. C. Brock, division chairman ol relief and entertainment for the Confederate home, and Miss Mamie Evir.s, division treasurer o: UDC. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Huff of Jackion, Term., were weekend guests of their son, Rob Huff, Mrs. Huff and datiKhtf-r Sheryl. Huph Tyrone, student at Mississippi Southern College and son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone of Blytheville, has pledged Phi Kappa Tau fraternity at the college. Hugh spent the weekend here visiting his parents and had as his eut s st a fellow student at the college. Women's Fellowship Has Meeting Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church conducted .rs monthly executive board meeting, luncheon and business meeting yesterday. The executive board meeting was held at 10:30 yesterday morning with Mrs. Eric Whit-ley leading the opening prayer. Mrs. James Terry gave a report on furniture recently purchased for the prasonage. | Members of the group were urged to bring used clothing for World Community Day, Nov. 4. Charity Group was host for the 3~ a.m. luncheon. Thirty-two members were present for the business session which began at 1 p.m. Mrs. George Barham gave a report on correspondence with shut-ins for the, past month. Mrs. Freeman Robinson served as program leader for the afternoon with Mrs. James L. Brooks, Mrs. J. C. Lowe. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. J. P. Garrott and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon assisting. Worship leader was Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Repeating of the missionary benediction dismissed the group. Sort of a miracle: if you spill •ine on the tablecloth, quickly cover the spot with lots of table salt nrnl leave it there for a while. When you shake the salt off, the stain-to-be will be gone. Win Parker Win Parker Orchestra To Play at Club Win Parker and his orchestra will be the main atraction when members of Blytheville Country Club and their guests are entertained with a dance Saturday evening. However for the first time, members of the club may come for dinner from 7 to 9 and during this time the orchestra will provide dinner music. Music for dancing will begin at 9-.30. This band was formerly featured at one of Chicago's top supper clubs, The Club Hollywood Theatre Restaurant. For reservations members of the club may contact the new club hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Robertson, at 3-9726. Decorations for the affair will carry out the Halloween motif. Mission Book Taught at WMU, BWC "World Within a World" wus Uie mission book reviewed yesterday at j First, Baptist Church Women's Mis-) sionary Union when members liolci ' an all-day meeting at the church. Mrs. Charles Newcomb introduced Uie morning session with Mrs. Walter Bishop lending the opening prayer. Mrs. L. H. Autry, Jr.. taught the first session. Following a potluck luncheon, Mrs. Kendall Berry introduced the afternoon session and Mrs. W. Marion Williams taught the last chapters of the book. Business Women's Circles of the church met at the church last- night for a potluck supper followed by a study. Mrs. Nell Gordon was in charge of the supper and gave a brief talk on the United Nations bitrhday, preceding the review which was taught by Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr At the conclusion of both meetings color slides on the East were shown. i Indian-Mexican Program Given At NFMS . "North American Indians and Mexican Work" was the program presented last nifiht when Louise Chapman Chapter of NtiKiirene Foretell Missionary Society met at the church. Mrs. Harold Thompson. Sr., pro* : ;ded over the meeting with Jimmy Quick leading the group singing which opened the meeting and Oscar Alexander leading the opening prayer. Tiie devotional was presented by Bert Trumble. Those presenting the program and their topics were Mrs. Horace Halford, "Meet Our Indians," "Mexican Church," Mr. Quick; "Progress on North American Indian District." Mrs. Ray White; "It Happened This Way," Mrs. Ira Lambert, Jr.: "An Unusual Prayer Meeting," Mrs. Hazel McWilliams. Iron Lungs To Be Cooler CHICAGO (,11— Polio patients confined to inu-uinfoi-tnbly warm iron lungs iii'e promised relief by air con- dittonlnir. It's the Iclpu of Tohru Inouye of tin' research s«i" of the University of Illinois Rescurch and Educational hospitals. He beean research two years nco after he. noticed that many polio patients were nor hrnt exhaustion while sealed In the mcchnnical respirators. Temperatures inside the iron lung have gone as high us 107 depre.cs, he said. At Inouye's suL-gestion, Edward Kurek. an air conditioning engineer. redesigned an air diffuser. The unit enables temperatures to be maintained at 80 to 85 degrees. If you don't fee! like going: overboard for copper in the kitchen, there are chrome-and-copper garbage cans, paper dispensers and cannisters. Dulene Brown dismissed the group. I I How many umbrellas can you j cram in one bathtub on a bad day? Why not get an umbrella stand? Today, they're snappy. There are models that have a metal frame and a washable sailcloth bag.hang- ing Inside. It's coloriast and light. * * • There's a new plastic mattress f pad that looks and feels like taffe-' ta. The rayon and vinyl filling won't lump, no matter how often it's washed or even boiled. It's dust-proof and odorless. Lake Street WSCS Has Special Program Lake Street Women's Society of Christian Sen-ice met at the church last night with 18 members present to conduct a program in connection with week of prayer and self denial observance. Mrs. George Shanks presided over the meeting with Mrs. Joe Thomas serving as program chairman. Those taking part on the program, "ABC's of Meditation," were Mrs. Kenneth Poff, Mrs. Viola Morris, Mrs. Lexie Gay. Mrs. Effie May, Mrs. Mitchell Sanford and Mrs. Billy King. Following the program the group sang "Blessed be the Tie That Binds." During the last stanza of the song members presented the! offering. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUBS., WED. & THUKS. Double Feature — AND ALSO CARTOON THEATRE On W. Main St. In Rlyt Neville Phone 3-1621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m.—Sat. & Sun. 1 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented In High Fidelity Optical Sound TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature -AND— A WOMAN WRONGIO.. . A MAN TO AVINOt HIRI ALSO CARTOON RENT MOVIE CAMERAS FLASH CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 Fidelis Class Has Potluck Supper Fidelis Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of its teacher. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, last night for a potluck supper followed by a business and social meeting. Thirteen members and one visitor attended. Mrs. Thomas Begun gave the invocation with Mrs. N. F. Griffing, the newly elected president, presiding. The devotional was given by members of the class. Each member gave her favorite scripture verse and interpretation of it. Officers to serve with Mrs. Griffing for the coming year are Mrs. 'W. O. Reeves, vice-president; Mrs. A. H. Wallace, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. E. T. Hubbard, Mrs. J. W. Piyder, Mrs. C. G. Scherer, Mrs. .A. R. Peek, Mrs. J H. Hughes and Mrs W. E. Wade, group leaders. Mrs. H. C. Biankenship dismissed the group. Fast-Dwindling Trade CALDWELL, Ohio OPj—Time and the automobile have failed to force H. J. Starzman out of the business he started 49 years ago. He still makes harness sets, horse collars and saddles in a shop where he practices what he calls "a fass dwindling trade." He has an electric stitching machine, but for fine work he still uses the old-fashioned stitching horse" and hand tools. Sead Courier News Classified Ads. 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