The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 12, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12,1954 - Society News - n Ann Mollnvv Sor.ipt.v Rrlirnr / Phol Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Programs Held By Presbyterians InMembersHome The Women of the Church of the Presbyterian Church met in the homes of members yesterday. Circle One met with Mrs. Rodney Bannister with Mrs. F. \V. Whitner co-hostess. There were 12 members present. Mrs. George Dillahunty gave the Bible study. Circle Two met with Mrs. R. F. Xirshner with 12 members present. The Bible study was given by Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Circle Three met with Mrs. John Cherry with Mrs. Byron Morse, co-hostess. There were 10 members and two visitors, Mrs. Harvey Kidd of Memphis and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, present. Mrs. C. M. Gray taught the Bible study. Circle Four met with Mrs. Jesse White with 10 members and one visitor, Mrs. George Hcyde of Jackson, Mo., present. Mrs. C. C. Smith gave the Bible study. Circle Five met with Mrs. Eddie Sallba with Mrs. Walter Day co- hostess. There were 16. members and one visitor, Mrs. Thomasson, present. The Bible study was given by Mrs. John Charles Bright and Mrs. D. E. McCaskill was in charge of the program. Circle Six met with Miss Adeba Saliba with Miss Rosa Saliba. co- hostess. There were n members and one visitor. Mrs. H. T. Kidd, present, Mrs. Doyle Turner gave the Bible study. At the conclusion of each meeting the hostesses served refreshments. Life-Sized Pa jama Doll 1304 30 INCHES By Sue Burnett Certain to be the constant companion of every tiny toddler is this adorable 30-inch stuffed doll, dressed in gay pajamas. Pattern No. 13W comes in one size. 30 .inches. Doll. l ;l » yards 39-inch; pajamas. I 1 ? yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. .Blythevillc Courier News, 372 W. Quiney Street, Chicago 6. III. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog. Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '64 issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. Miss Louise Whitney Miss Whitney, John Edwards ToExcbange Vows Mrs. R C. Whitney of Manila today announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Louise Whitney, to John Wilson Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards, Sr., of Manila. Miss Whitney is a graduate of Manila High School and Is now employed by the Manila Lumber Company as bookkeeper. Mr. Edwards Is a graduate of Manila High School and has Just completed n three-year tour o( duly with the Navy, While serving In the Navy Mr. Edwards spent 1» months at sea. The wedding will be solemnized Nov. 20 at the Blaekwater Baptist Church at 1:30 p.m. Homemokers Class Meets In Gillis Home The Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church met with Mrs. Mer- vln Glllts with Mrs. W, F. Tegfithoff co-hostess. There were 14 members present. Devotional was Riven by Mrs, Hubert Polsgrove followed with prayer b,v Mrs, W. B. Wooten. Mrs.. Bill Robertson presided ovev the business session when officers for ths oomlng year were introduced . Oflicers arc Mrs. Robertson, prc-si- detu; Mrs, Polsfcrove, vlce-presidc-nt', Mrg. Wooton, secretary; Mrs, Bill EJHi, associate secretary; Mrs. Jack Vowell. Mrs. Walter Anders, Mrs. W. D. Tommoy, Mrs. Tegethoff, Mrs. Robert Briggs, Mrs. Vnrnal Deal ;md Mrs. Joe Freeman, group leader*. Mrs. PoLsgrove dismissed the group with prayer and the hostesses served refreshments. Phone 3-4461 St. Stephen's Auxiliary Plans Potluck Supper The afternoon unit of the Woman's Auxiliary ot St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met yesterday afternoon nl Ihe parish house with Mrs. W. 1. Mnlln as.hosless. Tile devotiomi! \vn.s Kiven by Mrs. Henry Hoyt and WHS based on "Be A in The Family." Mrs. Robert Thompson Rave the study on "The Family Lives Us HHlRlon." During Ihe bu.sinnss session prrr- sidi'd over by UK; louder, Mrs. E. J. Cure, HIP croup mniln plans tore a covered dish supper lo be held In the parish house. Oft. 21. Refreshments were served the sroup nt the conclusion of the meeting. Lake Street WSCS Conducts Meeting The Lake Strfcl Women's St>- i.'icty of Christian Service met at Ihe home of Mrs. George Shanks Insl nlcht wil.'i Id members, present. Mrs. C. T. Shamlln was co- host rss. .Mrs. Joe Thomas opr-nrd the mertiiiB with prnyrr nnd Mrs. Shanks presided over Ihe business session. Mrs. L. E. day wns in charge of Ihe program and those n.ssisting her were Mrs. L. S. May, Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. V. F,. GrcROvy, Mrs. H. M. Snnford and Mrs. Billy King. Mrs. Gay dismissed the group wllli prayer and the hostesses served refreshments. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Jerry Franks Has Birthday Party Here Jerry Lee P'ninks, son of Mr and Mrs. C. H. Franks, wns hon- 1 ored on his sixth birthciny Sntur- idny willi n pnrty, There were 47 | of his friends present. | The afternoon \vt\s spent in play- hip games. Fnvors of balloons nnri ! cnnriy were presented the children. Mrs. Franks was assisted in serving the birthday cuke, ice cream nnd iced drinks by Misses ! !!n Mne Franks and Bobbie Jean i Sejmour. Spaghetti Dinner Given Members of <atieHattonYWA Members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Bnptist Church were entertained with a spaghetti dinner at the homo r»f Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, counselor of the group, lust night. The tables where guests u^ere seated were overlaid with linen cutwork cloths and centered with ar- ranKcmf'Mls of fall flowers in crystal bowls. Following dinner a business meet- Ing was conducted by Miss Millie Ann Mfillory. TJie meeting was opened with prayer by Miss CUffle Overman and a nominating committee fnr election of officers, composed of Miss Maxine Hill, Miss Overman unri Mlas Mickle Allen was appointed to serve. Hill dismissed the group with prayer.« of the group were Misses Ann Mullins and Shirley Wade. Vernlce Brlster, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brister, has returned to Little Eock where he is a student at the Arkansas School for the Deal. He spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Westridge of Virginia Beach, Va., announce he birth, of a daughter, Sept. 28. The baby, who has been named Louise Beth, has a sister, Susan, and a brother, David. Mrs. Westridge la Ihe former Miss Wanda Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Smith returned from Virginia Saturday after having spent a month there. Miss Mildred Osment of Jonesboro Is the guest of Mr. .and Mrs. Hildred Bunch. Miss Osment Is here to conduct the study course being held at the First Methodist Church. John Lenlf. who underwent surgery ,«t the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Is now at his home. His condition Is reported to be Improved. Mrs. Robert McGee, who underwent surgery at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis, is now at her home. Her condition is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bishop and son, Billy, of St. Louis returned to their home this morning after having spent the week end here with Mr. Bishop's sister, Mrs. W. TJ. Mulllns, Mr. Mullins and daughter. Mrs. Smith Brackin and son. Smith, Jr, and daughter, Mrs. R. L. Topper of Memphis, spent the week, end in Cairo, HI., where they were the guests of Mrs. Brackln's father. C. G. Crider. and Mr. and Mrs. John White and family. Mrs. Brackin and son motored Mrs. Topper home by way of Kentucky and Tennessee. N. J. Humphreys underwent surgery at Kennedy Veterans Hospital In Memphis yesterday. Trinity Circles Have Meetings District WMA Meeting Held At Beacon Church A district meetinR of the Women's Mlssionn ry Association wns held nt the Bciicou Baptist Church Saturday. This was the, first anniversary of the group. The dny was spent iu group sinp;- IIIR. sermons and scripture reading. The welcoming nririrnss wits given by Mrs. George Gi'oshem and Ihe response was given by Mrs. Robert WrlRlu of Memphis. A memorial service was held tor Mrs. Vernon Boyd nnd In the afternoon a stewardship program was Riven. At the Hospitals Bl.vthcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Llnytl Whltliikcr. clly Mrs. Delln Mosei. city Nancy Knthrrine Bunch. Yarbvo Sherman Lane. Maiden Soto Vnsouez, Hoselanci Cliii-kiisinvlm Hospital Dismissed: Hilly Smith, city Mrs. Jnmos Mosley and baby, city Wnnda Smilh. city Walls llusiilliil Dismissed: Alice Stokes, city The circles of Trinity Baptist Church met in the homes of members yesterday. The,Jewel Abernathy Circle met with Mrs. Howard Besharse. Meeting was opened with the group reepating the watchwoid followed with prayer by Mrs. R. W. Woolen. Mrs. John Buchanan taught the mission study and dismissed .he group with prayer. Members of the Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Herman Adair with seven members and one visitor. Mrs. Carl Lay, present. Meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. Adair, who also gave the devotional. Mrs. Harvey Parrish taught the mission study and presided over he business session. Mrs. C. E. 'arks dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. E. G. Lovell was hostess to members of Circle Three. Group repeating of the watchword opened the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. Lovell. Mrs, E. C. Thompson gave the opening prayer and taught the mis- TO GO ABROAD — Mrs. Max Skelton will leave tonight by train for New York from where she will sail for Munich, Germany, on the USS Llberte. Mrs. Skelton will Join her husband, A/3c Max Skelton, who has been stationed in Germany for the past three months. Mrs. Skelton has made her home here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor. Royal Gleaner Class Has Meeting Mrs. Fred Gopeland entertained members of the Gleaner Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church last night. Mrs. Darrell Umsford presided over the business session and the devotional was given by Mrs. Herman May. Mrs. Jim Tompktns dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. Del I WMU Has Service Program The Women's Missionary Union of Dell Baptist Church met at the church last night for a Royal Service program and business meeting. Mrs. Udell Newsom presided over the business session and the meeting was opened with group singing followed by the repeating of the watchword. Mrs. 0 A. Smith was in charge of the program and those participating were Mrs. L. O. Wilson, Mrs Robert Edwards, Mrs. L. N. Hinch Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. Clinton Smith. Mrs. Walter Dyer. Mrs. H G. Wilks and Mrs. Beulah Whaley | Sentence prayer dismissed the ;roup. iion study. Mrs. A. L. Richardson presided over the business session and Mrs. Lovell dismissed the group with arayer. The Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Carl Pate with 10 members and one new member, Mrs Robert McOee. Mrs. Bobby Webb opened the meeting and Mrs. Bill Boren presided over the business session. Mrs. L.'D. Marr gave the mission study and the devotional was given by Mrs. Pate. Mrs. J. p. Eatmon dlsmlsed the group with prayer. Members of the Marion Cook! Circle met with Miss Donna Bohannon. There were six members, one new member. Miss Mary Lou Cash, and two visitors present. The group repeating the watchword opened the meeting and Miss Bohannon gave the opening sfrayer. Mrs. Idell Lowe gave the devotional and presided over the business session. Miss Cook dismissed j the group with prayer. India Topic Of First Session Of Study Course Sixty-five ladies from the First Methodist Church and surrounding churches attended the study course at the Methodist Church last night. A study course on India, Pakistan and Ceylon is being taught bj Miss Mildred Osment of Jonesboro. Last night she gave a. travelog™ on India and a film was shown. Mrs. Alex Shelby gave the devotional. Second session of this course win be taught tonight beginning at 7:30 p.m. and the final session will be tomorrow night. WANTED Home Economist Work with good utahllsbed company Degree or major in Home EC- Previous experience desirable but not required Must have car Give previous experience, married 01 single, educational qualifications and »C e Write Boi A-l % of This Newspaper Number Nine WMU Conducts Business Meeting The Women's Missionary Union of the Number Nine Baptist Church met at the church yesterday (or i business meeting. The mecthiK was opened with prayer by Mrs. C. L. Bell and the devotional wa.s given by Mrs. Clif- lie Johnson, who also presided over the business session. Mrs. Raymond Whittle dismissed the group with prayer. Coming Events Tuesday Love Oro.ip of the First Christian Church meets with Mrs. William Hader gt Jl p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle of Trl T nity Baptist Church meeUs with Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve at 7:30 p. in. The Alrilia Delta Chapter of Beta Sipnm meets at the. home of Mrs. Lucille Watson, 708 Northeast Parkway, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. William uunoert enterUins the TLE Bridge Club. Members of the Town and Coun- trv Club meet with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Chapter D. of PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. E. B. ace at 1 p.m. Mrs, R. P. Cure entertains members of (lie Wednesday Bridge Club at (he Country Club. Yarbro PTA meets at the school at 3 p. m. preceded by an executive board mi'Hlng at 2:30 p. m. D. E. Wimberly will be guest speak- er and has chosen as his topic, "Safety." Study Course at First Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. Suclbury PTA Executive Board meets at school at 1:30 p.m. A study course follows at 2 p.m. and the regular meeting is at 3 p.m. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Randal Hawks, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., entertains GEO Club. Members of Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. J. H. Smart. Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains the Vendredi Bridge Club. La Nucvc Club meets with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains the Chillion Club. Burdette PTA meets at 2 p.m. Eastsidc Garden Club meets at Mrs. B. A. Bug for a workshop beginning at 10:30. Club 28 meets at American Legion Hut. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones are ho.sts. Delta Kappa Gamma meets at home ol Mrs. Annie Laurie Cook Sarah Wardlaw Feted With Bunking Party Sarah Elizabeth Wardlaw was honored on her 13th birthday Saturday with a skating and bunking party. Tile group skating and served. spent the evening refreshments were Need A Shampoo? If you are one of the first two people to CALL 2-2547 You will Be Given A FREE SHAMPOO & SET AI Mary's Beouty Shop 1505 \\. 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