The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 5, 1954
Page 2
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f AGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER, B, 1954 - Society News - _ A.,- Mollnw Snriprv Rriitnr * Phor Mix Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Baptist WMU Has Royal Service Program The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met at the church for a luncheon followed by a Royal Service Program yesterday afternoon. The table where the 53 members were seated for lunch was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of roses. . Mrs. Kendall Berry presided over the business session and Mrs. jack Marsh was in charge ol ihe program. The devotional was given by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. James Fisher. Mrs. Herman May and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. C. L. Evans dismissed the group with prayer. Baptist Group Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Claude Duncan vere honored with a housewarming last Thursday night by the Immanuel Baptist members. There were J9 present. The evening was spent In Informal entertainment and refreshments were served the group by the hostesses. Mrs. Jolly Leggett. Mrs. Carl Duncan. Mrs. Hugh Parrish and Mrs. Kennard Walters were hos- tessei. Bits of News W./4 Charming For Women R. V. Caudle was called to Greenville. Tenn.. due to ihe 111- •iess nnd death ol his brother, W. A. Caudle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Caudle nnd Mrs. Preston Alley of Eikeslon will be in Tennessee tomorrow to attend the funeral services. Mrs. J. W. Purtle. Sr., is spending the week In Helena where she is visiting her son, J. W. Purtle, ir.. Mrs. Purtle and family. j. Mel Brooks, HI, ol Memphis pent the week end with his grand- larents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mel Jrooks. Mrs. Dick White is in Hot Springs to be with her father, C. C. Daggctt of Marlanna, who is seriously 111 In a hospital there. Mrs. E. F. Still is spending today in Memphis. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller last night were Iris Belchup of Little Rock, James Vlar, Ida Williams, Helene Dorris and Mr. nnd Mrs. rFedrlck of Memphis. Mrs Wade Reeves, Jr., who has jeen a patient in the Blytheville Hospital, is now at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Reeves on Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Dodd are spending today In Memphis. St. Stephens Auxiliary Has Me'eting Here The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met at the parish house las', night. Thtr- were 14 members present. Mrs. E. R. Mnson presided over the business session and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson wns In charge of the program which wns a film 01 Cnmp Mitchell at Petit Jenn Mountain. At the conclusion of the meeting, refreshments were served by Miss Josephine Shlbley nnd Mrs ^. S. Patterson. Presbyterian Executive Board Meets at Church The Executive Board of the Presbyterian Church held its regular meeting at the church yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W. A. Dubyns opened the m-eling with prayer and a mcmn- l;tl service was held for Mrs. Joe ride, Sr., a longtime and active iembcr of the organization, who a.ssed away yesterday. The devotional was ulvcn by Mrs. Jcorgft Yates and Mrs. Vernmi 'homasson piT.sideii over Use busi- jC.s.s session when plans for the lonth's work were outlined and lans for a dinner which is to be ,i'!d tomorrow were completed. The Mizpah benediction dismissed he group. Methodist WSCS Entertained With Luncheon The Women's Society of Chris,11111 Service ol the First Methodist Jlnirch was entertained yesterday with a luncheon by members of irclc Two. There were 80 members . The individual tables where the Riji\sts were scaled for hmch were ;enternd with arrangement* ol fall flowers. Circle Three was In charge of the jroKram and those parLlclpatinn vi ere. Mrs. H. C. Bunh, Mrs. C. G. Redman and Mrs W. A. Hollings- worlh. The devotional was given by Miss Helen Pal Hamilton and Mrs. L. E. Old presided over the business ses- ion and dismissed the group with prnyer. Yarbro WSCS Has Meeting In Barnes Home The Women's Society of Chris, tinn Service of the Ynrbro Moth ndlst Church met nt Ur home ol Mrs. Waller Hnrpcs Inst night. The meeting wns opened with group singing nnd Mrs. Cnrl Bui- Ion wns In charge of the program Those taking pnrl on the program were Mrs. Nctn Bunch and Mrs Johnny Johnsftn. Mrs. Denny Hnmmond gnvn the devotional nnd the business ses.sioi WHS presided over by Mrs. Monroe Besharse. Mrs. Burton dismisses the group with prayer. In the social hour which follower gitme.s were played nflcr whlcl the hostess served refreshments. 8127 JA5! By Sue Burnett Here's a lovely nfternoon dress to flatter the slightly fuller figure. Sleeves in three lengths nre provided for this charmer. Pattern No. 8127 Is In sizes 46, 38. 40. 42. 44, 46, 48, 50. Size 38, short sleeve. 4 7 i yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago 8, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our . pattern catalog. Basic: FASHION. The (all and winter '54 issue Is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. Katie Matron YWA Has Program The Katif Hntton Younp Women' Auxiliary of the First Dfli Church met at the home of Mis Millie Ann Mnllory Inst night. The meeting was opened will the group repeating the, waleh\vor followed with prayer by Miss Mnxhi Hill. The devotional was Riven b Miss Mallory. Miss Hill was ii charge ol the prncnun. Miss Mary Webb dismissed th' gioup ivith prayer nnd the served refreshments. Mrs. Darre Lunsford \vns a ^iiest of the group If you're washing Flberplns cur tains, avoid wrliinim 1 . and scuirezin) which trnd. to "rrnzr" the surfaci ol any crisp fabric. .Jtis; a\vish IVuni throne; h soapsuds and rinses, uni rmiiK t.o drip dry. Announcing Proudly I announce that I am prepared now to serve your beauty needs at my new, modern)? equipped beautv salon. Give your hair the professional care it needs. It keeps you prettier — longer— and it costs so little. "Beautiful Hair Begins With a Permanent" OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT BERTIE'S BEAUTY SALON 135 E. Wafout Ph. 3-8287 Huffman WMU Meets at Church Tim Women's Misslonry Unloi nf the Huffman Bnrjtist Churcl met nt the church lasl night will nine members and one visitor pres ent. Group s'ngiiifr opened the meet InR nnri the opening prayer wn by Mrs. Harry Lnwson. The do vollonal wits given by Mrs. Alc.\ Brown. Mrs. Rex Hughes wa.s in charfir of (he proRtnin and those p;irtici pntfiiR wen; Mrs. Bliui H. William son, Mrs. Marvin Harper. Mrs. R L. Adkissnn, Mrs. George Perry Mrs. Liiwson, Mrs. Billy Ray, Mrs Brown and Mrs. Mervin Huffman Mrs. Perry dismissed the group with prayer. THIS IS FUN? y.ou'a nevei Know it from their facial expression, but there girls arc supposed to be enjoying their ride on the parachute lump at Coney Island. N. Y Strapped to a seat, riders are lifted by ?ab!c to a tower 250 feet above the ground The release is tripped and they plummet 30 feet before the parachute opens to break the fall. Trinity Circles Have Meetings AI the Hospitals HIvllH'vlllr Hospital Dismissed: • Mrs, W. M. Owen, city Mrs. Wnde Reeves, Jr., city Mrr,. John Williamson, city Rebecca Sue Wllhnurn, riiy Chk'kasnwbn Hospital Dismissed: P. R. Holland, Sleele Floyd Simpson, city Shirley Knight, ctty Patsy Knight, city HtM-taort Gvnhtun, Jr., city ' Miclmcl Miller, city The Jewel Abernathy. Evelyn Stanford Circles and Circle Three of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for a business session. wrra 2(1 members and one visitor, Mrs. J. D. Atkins, present. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. Atkins. Mrs. R. W. Woolen presided over the business session when an election o( officers wns held. Officers elected were Mrs, Woolen, president; Mrs. Bill Cook, first vice-president; Mrs. A. D. priest, second vlce-prr-sktcnt; Mrs. Howard Besharse. recording secretary; Mrs. L. G. Kcnwright, corresponding secretary, Committee chairmen arc Mrs. Cook, membership; Mrs. Priest, program; Mrs. C. E. Parks, mission study; Mrs. John Buchanan, community mission; Mrs. Herman Adair, stewardship; Mrs. M. D. Kcnwright. librarian; Mrs. E. G. I.ovrll, publicity; Mrs. Thompson, social; Mrs. C. H. Webb, orphan- i\j;c; Mrs, C. ,!. Speck, Mrs. Harvey Parrlsh. Mrs. A. L. Richardson. Mrs. F. L. Wicker, Mrs. Iclcll l,owt- find Mrs, Walker, circle; KonncT. Mrs. AI vis Harris, Mrs. Cook and Bob and Talmadge Garni, auxiliary counselors. The Mildred Miitthnws Circle met with Mrs. L. D. Mnrr with 12 members and one finest, Mrs. Vernon Geim, present. Mrs. David Gadder opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Kr- nest Walker presided over the bus- iness session. The mission study was laugh by Mrs. Marr, who also gave the devotional. Mrs. Walker dismissed the group with prayer. The Marion Cook Circle met with Mrs. Lois Gcstring with six mem bcrs and one guest, Mrs. Bill Cook present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Donna Bohannoi and the devotional was given b; Mrs. Cook. Mrs. Gesiring presided over th business session and the misslo study was taught by Miss Dan Dinkins. Miss Bcrnice Overma .dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of each circl meeting refreshments were serve by the hostess. Baptist BWC Meets in Nies Home The Business Women's Circl Eiijht. met at the home of Dr. Edn Nir.s lasl night for a Royal Servic program. Twelve members wei present. Mrs. Thclma Atkins presided ovc the business session and reading "Grandmother's Beau" and "Th Pu/.alcri Hunter" were given by Mr S. D. Rilcy, 82 years old, and mothe of Mrs. J. L. Nabers. At the conclusion of Ihe meetln the hostess served refreshments. Rainy-day first-aid for b u K y mothers comes in the form of empty cereal boxes. Save several of them, and the next time (he small fry are housebound. Rive tlmm kin- ilei'Rai'U'u scissors nnd ci»y<Mis, and suggest they make a toy village. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c S 35c At All Times TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature MELVYN DOMUS Mr.BLANDINGS BUILDS MIS HI DREAM HOUSE I —AND— I'l.l'S CARTOON the young point of view in ihoei presents BEAUTY IN BABY LIZARD Finely marked lizard skins in fall's newest pumps. Choose your favorite heel, your favorite style... Perfect with tweeds and wools. Luxury fashion at a welcome price. Featured in GLAMOUR Bags to Match $10.95 Pl r i«% /Vinsome Class Has Meeting The Winsome Class of the First Japtlst Church met in the home of rlrs. Ted King last night. Mrs. Don Kerbough opened the meeting with prayer and also gave he devotional. Mrs. Bob Huff pre- Ided over the business session and rfrs. Bill Clair dismissed the group ith prayer. At the conclusion refreshments were served. /Vesleyon Guild Conducts Meeting The Wcsleyan Service Guild of •\t First Methodist Church met at ne church last night. Mrs. E. O. morose and Mrs. Ira Gray were ostcsses. The devotional was given by Miss elen Hamilton and Mrs. George yles was in charge of the mission •ogram. The business session was resided over by Mrs. George Wlggs. j The group had two new members, ! rfra. Horace Walpole and Miss rtonta. Hughes, present. In the soul hour, refreshments were served y the hostesses. Caruthersville News Bj SONNY SANDERS New officers of the local Future Farmers of America have teen elected. They are Talmadge McCoy, president; Melvln Mann, vice-prcs- 11 local high school, attended t meeting of school principals of secondary schools at Columbia, Mo., Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday of last week. Regular communication ol the Caruthersville DcMolay Chapter will be held at 8 o'clock this evening. The Caruthersville Junior chamr her ct Commerce will meet Tuesday evening at the club house here. Mrs. Bill Pack has returned to Cavuthevsville upon her dismissal from Blytheville Hospital the latter id.ciit; Otis White, secretary; Robert I part of last week. Lynn, reporter; Robert Hundhausen, [ Among Caruthersville young men sentinel; and Jimmy Payne, treu.s- aUesicUng various colleges are Paul urcr. The organization's advisor is Floyd Barnhart. Edward Shelwn, principal of the Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the county clerk's office. Ricardo P. Snlas and Merle Dean, both of Steele, Mo. East, David Frazier and Joe Aquino. Paul Rast is enrolled at the Cincinnati Bible Seminary, in Oin- cinnai, Ohio. David Frazier is a student at the University of Missouri School of Mines at Rolla, Mo. Joe Aquino has entered the University of Mississippi at Oxford. Jerry Lycll. a junior at C.H.S, underwent an appendectomy Thursday night, Sept. 23. He's reported in good condition and is expected to return to school soon. Coming Events Tuesday Annie Armstrong Circle oi Trinty Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Caldwell at 7:30 p.m. The Alpha Alpha Chapter . of • Beta Sigma Phi meets at the home •, if Mrs. Perry Darby, 803 Pecan,; it 7:30 p.m. Wednesday TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. J. F. Scrape. Mrs. G. G. Cnudlll entertains he Town and Country Club at 2 i.m. at the Country Club. The Garden Department of the Woman's Club meets at the club house. Keith Bilbrey will be guest speaker and his topic will be "Now Is The Time." Mrs. F. E. Black entertains the Wednesday Club. . Thursday Mrs. Bob Melcalfe entertains the Vendredi Club. Mrs. O. 0. Elkins entertains the Chillion Club. The Klbitezr Club meets with Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mrs. Mclvin Halsell entertains the La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Lndiej; of the Country Club complimenting new and out-of-town members with party nt 8 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Olenda Ray. The Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has politick supper at the home of Mrs. C. S. Baggett at 7 p.m. Mrs. Dula Morris is co-hostess, Friday Sudbury PTA having spaghetti supper at school from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. NOW.' YOU CAN GET A ... New Spinet " NO DOWN PAYMENT If You Have An Old Piano to Trade Place youi order now! This is one o] i/ie most olitstrjnflinf> 64 nntr pinnn vnlnns pt'pr offered. We have a Large Selection oj Guild Used I'ianos . . .§75 up Phone, Wire or Write Today Ml IMMtDIATE DELIVERY TO YOUR HOM! 121 Union Phon. »-0371 MEMPHIS, TENN. YOUR MUSIC HEADQUARTERS j &. 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