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FAGB FOUK BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News » *i*.ll n .4.> GmtiAtir fTHi(nr ' Min Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Trinity WMU Circles Have Business Meetings, Programs Business meetings and Royal Service programs were held yesterday when circles of Trinity Baptist Church met. ~ Day circles met at the church for * a business meeting with Mrs. DreWj j-y Hughey in charge. i J_ ) Mr«. John Buchanan led the opening prayer and also gave the de- \ rational. Closing prayer was given j /•« y/y/y/•/J >/» by Mrs. A. L. Richardson. ! J-**CL <•« /*•/'*> ROM Marlowe Circle held a bus- : inesi meeting at the home of Mrs. L. D. Man- with seven members and one visitor present. Mrs. John Brown led in prayiir l .]-., f ft>V/ -> 7 "O. preceding the business session over which Mrs. William Boren presided. The devotional was given by Mrs. M»rr and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy —diin-.iised th* members. A Royal Service program was pre- Executive board of Women of Presbyterian Church met yesterday with 17 members present and Mrs. C. M. Gray presiding. Mrs. G. W. Dillahurity gave the devotional, "Thoughts on Ways of Sharing Christ with Others," i theme. Mrs. Ross Stevens, world i mission chairman, announced that pro "ithe study book, "This Revolutionary Itie -i Faith" "would be reviewed at an j Feb. 27. V. C. Webb, Miss Don-! all _,( a y meeting on m. Mrs. Gestrmg ar.dj ^ ^.^ wffl Prayers were led by Mrs. *nd Mrs. Lowe. Wesleyan Guild Meets In Owen Home Cook , wnted when six members of Ma -| peeping with the world mission rion Cook Circle met at the homej o( Mis. Loyce Gestring. Mrs. Carl Tat« served a gram chairman with Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. W. n» Bohannon. Mrs. Gestring ana; ^^ rev iew wffl begin at 10:30 Mrs. W. H. Cook assisting her._ i o m with i unc h e on to be served at „ _, Mrs. Ed Dicks, chairman of social activities, and her committee. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. annuities and relief chairman, urged | members to remember shut-ins this ' month. A message from the Amerlean Bible Society was read to the group by Mrs. George Yates, gen- leral fund agencies chairman. Wesleyan Service Guild of First The president reminded those Methodist Church met last night at Bits oi News Irlojttu J- enonal Eddie W. Ford, who underwent surgery three weeks ago at Kennedy General Hospital, has been returned to his home here. Mrs. Marie Rodcry Creacy, formerly of Blytheville, is convalescing at her home, 527 North Roselawn, in West Memphis after undergoing major surgery two weeks ago. Mrs. Earl Koontz has returned from a two-week visit in Fulton and Moberly, Mp. Mrs. B. F. Gay left Friday for a two-month visit in St. Petersburg, Fla., with her sister, Mrs. J. W. White. She was motored to Florid. by the H. A. Nelson family, who will spend a week there. Mr. and Mrs. C. W .Garngan were in Memphis yesterday where they took their daughter. Mrs Waddy Moore, III. and daughter I to board a train to return to their home in Bell Buckle, Term. Mrs. Chester Sutton Chests Sutton, Mm Battles Exchange Vows Miss Peggy Battles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Battles, became the bride of Lester Sutton, son of Condition of Fred Sandefur, who j Mr. the home of Mrs. Jack Owen with 23 members and two guests, Mrs. Kemp Whisenhunt and Mrs. Hildred Bunch, present. Mrs. Sunshine Swift presented the devotional. Mrs. George Wiggs conducted the business session. In the social hour, Mrs. Owen was assisted in serving by Mrs. Bunch. present to remember World Day of Praver at First Methodist Church, Feb! 17. Reports by circle chairmen on their service projects for the year concluded the meeting. Refreshments of coffee and cake were served in the social hour. Basic And Smart 8269 By Sue Burnett Just right fo* woman. A neatly the not-so-tall tailored shirt- waister in half sizes that insure perfect fit. Use contrast if you like. Pattern No. 8269 is in sizes 14'i. IS'.,. 18!i. 20'}, 22> 2 , 24!i. Size 16/2. 4V 8 yards of 35-inch; % yard contrast. 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. Don't miss the spring & summer •56 issue of Basic FASHION, our pattern catalog that contains a va- j riety of attractive, up to the min- i ute styles for all size ranges. Send j 25 cents now. Dell Church Host to County YWA's Mississippi County Associational Young Women's Auxiliary met last night at Dell First Baptist Church with 60 members present. Singing of the YWA hymn, "O Zion Haste," and prayer by Mrs. Leon Jones opened the meeting. Miss Shelba Hodge presided during the business session at which time plans were made for an outdoor meeting in May. Trinity Baptist YWA's gave skit on "The Washday Blues," with special music being presented by Miss Jean Bradley and Miss Hodge from Calvary YWA. Miss Betty Byrum of Calvary gave the devotional. Too Small Is Too Bad BY ALICIA HART >'EA Beauty Editor Certain items of clothing and accessories may fit perfectly whei they're acquired, but they can become too small as a woman grows older. Such items include belts. Belt, may never actually grow too smal but it's very discouraging to see that well-worn notch unused, whiL the next one wider is now getting the business. The solution here is apt to get a new, larger belt. This can be buckled in the first notch This is far less discouraging anc certainly few things make a woman look fatter than a belt let out as far as it will go. Good jewelry and wedding rings also fall Into this category. A choker can get lost between chins and be downright uncomfortable. An engagement ring can stop circulation as a hand grows plumper. A watch can cause a rash if it's too tight. Most of these can be remedied. New links can be added, new pearls put in a string. Good jewelers can augment the size of a ring. Necklines and waistlines of dresses can eet too tight with ease. These should get the careful attention of a home sewer, if the clothes are worrh it. Something too small is by far more fattening than a larger size that fits. We Are Discontinuing Sho-Form Brassieres ALL SHO-FORM BRASSIERES (Other than Nursing Brassieres) WED. & THURS. ONLY- ^*t a HOTEL NOBU BUILDING underwent surgery Saturday Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be improved. Chester Sutton of Promised in a 4 pjn. ceremony Mrs. Coming Events TUESDAY NCO Wives Club meeting at NCO j mess hall, 7 p.m. Rainbow Girls meet at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Legionnaires and Auxiliary members having joint meeting at Legion Hut. 8 p.m. A program on civil le- fense will be presented at that time with all Legionnaires ,their wives and Auxiliary members urged to attend. WEDNESDAY Chapted D .PEG meeting at home Feb. 3 at the home of the Rev. Carl Burton of Promised Land Method- 1st Church. The bride chose for her marriage a suit of navy blue with matching Pageant Staged for • WMUMembers A pageant, "God Save America," was staged yesterday when Women's Missionary Union ot First Baptist Church met. Mrs. Theodore Logan was program chairman. Those wearing costumes depicting races of people the Baptist work with were Mrs. Dave Seymour, Mrs. James Fisher, Mrs. Da'rrell Lunsford, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Amanda Booth, Mrs. Ben Abbott, Mrs. John Gearing, Mrs. Joe Atkins, Mrs. C. Murray Smart, Mrs. J. T. westbrook, Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. W. E. Buphanan. Beth Wooten, Warren Davis, Jr., Margaret Lunsford and Ann Tom- llnson portrayed Indian children with Mrs. C. S. Alexander and Mrs. Crandall Kinningham serving as narrators. Prayers offered during the presentation were given by Mrs. W. Marion BTOT Williams. Mrs. H. Mrs. Philip Deer. Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the devotional. Mrs. E. L. Hale presided over the meeting which was preceded by a 1 p. m covered-dish luncheon. Seventy-one members were in attendance' with Mrs. Harry Snow, Mrs. Alvis Hards and Mrs. Guy Burks becoming new members. Mrs. Doris Staggs, Mrs. Ed Foster and Mrs. Johnsy tors. Buchanan were Circle Four Hostess for WSCS Luncheon Circle Four of Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church with Mrs. Henry Humphreys in charee entertained K5 members of the WSCS with a luncheon at the church yesterday. Valentine pots holding sugar plum tree were used on the individual tables. Scattered about on the tables were valentines inscribed, with unusual verses. Following luncheon, a program was presented with Mrs. James C. Guard serving as chairman. Topic of discussion was "The Changing World." Mrs. S. E. Dunkley and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson assisted Mrs. Guard in presenting the program. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer In unision dismissed the group after which Mrs. L. E. Old conducted a business session. this spssmn a nominating committee made up of Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mrs. W. H. Wyatt and Mrs. W. L. Horner was appointed. Mrs. B. A. Lynch' gave a report on "The Status of Women," and Mrs. Old dismissed the group. of Mrs'. W. Marion Williams for 1 j community. p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Walker Baker will be co-hostess. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Cleo Langston. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. H. C. Sirns. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Jesse White. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Herman Turner. THURSDAY Burdette PTA meeting at 2-30, p.m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2 p.m. Mrs. J. J. Morgan's cape and accessories. | Mrs. Freddy Battles, aunt of the ; bride, served as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. She wore a blue and white street length dress with matching accessories. Larry Sutton, twin brother of the groom, served as best man. Following the ceremony a dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Battles. The bride attended Holland school and was formerly employed at S. H. Kress and Company. Mr. Sutton attended Promised Land School and Is now engaged in farming in that sixth grade will present the Founders Day program. Club 28 being entertained at Legion Hut by Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Smis, Mr: and Mrs. Russell C. Fan and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Lottie Moon YWA of Trinity Baptist Church having sweetheart banquet at church, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. Philip Deer. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. Felix Carney. Emanon Club meets with Mrs. Nick Powers. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs Coleman Stevens in Osceola. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. Harold Brown, 1128 North Fifth, a p.m. FRIDAY Woman's Club having 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by program on interior decorating with Jane Mars of Memphis as speaker. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi having Valentine Dance at Ho-1 tel Noble, 9 p.m. i Friday Club meeting with Mrs ! Farris McCalla. ! Married Young People's Depart-! ment of First Baptist Church hav-, ing Valentine party at home of Mr ; and Mrs. F. L. Wicker, 409 East Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. G. O. Poetz. SATURDAY Young People of First Baptist : Church having sweetheart banquet: at church, 7:30 p.m. ] Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr | and Mrs. Gene Lanham entertain- [ ing Variety Club at Hotel Noble. ! Duplicate Bridge League meet-' ing. i SUNDAY ; Miss Sandra Long and Pat i Smothermon exchanging vows at 1 First Methodist Church, 2:30 p.m. { Miss Martha Nichols and Lt. ; HD Club Has Monthly Meeting Gosnell Home Demonstration Club held its monthly meeting; yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Christine Gentry with 13 members and one visitor in attendance. As each member arrived a weight check-up was conducted by Mrs. Dorothy Griffin, health chairman. Mrs. Gary starw opened the meeting with a devotional entitled "Thy Brother's Keeper." Mrs Gertrude B. Holiman, county home demonstration agent, spoke to the group on record keeping. Roll call was answered with each member telling the type garment they will enter in the dress revue. The hostess showed a plastic hassock as the eye-opener. In the business session, tlie sec- letary and treasurer reports were given and discussions were held concerning the buying of a clubhouse and a supper for the club. Repeating of "A Prayer for Everyday" closed the meeting. Lingerie Shower Compliments Miss Nichols A lingerie shower in the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority house on the Arkansas State Campus .Friday night complimented Miss Martha Nichols. Miss Ann Hindman was hostess for the shower. Bouquets of red carnations were used about entertaining rooms of the house with the refreshment ta- i ble holding a bridal couple stand- ' ing in E wedding ring. About this arrangement were white pom-poms. Miss Nichols received a white carnation corsage from her hostess. She wore for the occasion a red faille two-piece sleeveless dress. Canasta Party Compliments Mrs. Lane Mrs. Harry Lane, who is moving to Houston. Tex., was complimented Inst night with a canasta party at the home of Mrs. Arville Cole. Hostesses for the party were Mrs. Phil Wactor and Mrs. Cecil Kelly. A Valentine theme was carried out in decorations with pink being tht predominant color. Floral arrangements of Dink carnations were placed about the home with individual tables holding frilly pink hearts. Mrs. Mary Droke won high score in the games. Mrs. Hogan DeShazo. second high, and Mrs. H. L. bridgo. Table hig-hs were More than 3,000,000 people in the world have malaria, according to the ization. World Health Organ- Linda Nelson Carolyn Stanfield Given Party Linda Nelson and Carolyn Stanfield entertained with a .party at the Stanfielu home Saturday night for a group of their school friends. 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