The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 19, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19,1954 - Society News - a Ann MelWu Rncint.V KditOT * I'' 101 Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor ,une 3-4461 "Man and God in the City," Reviewed by Presbyterians The General Meeting of the Women of the Presbyterian Church, waj preceded by a book review yesterday afternoon in the social room of the church. Mrs. Jerry Hord reviewed "Man and God in the City" by Dr. Kenneth Miller. Mrs. Hord stawd that the church is challenged by several types of people, namely: The intellectuals, labor groups, mentally depressed and the Passive Pagans and the Wistful Pagans. Five oul of every len people arc without church affiliations, Mrs. Hord quoted Dr. Miller in his book, laying, "God made the country, but roan made the cities. "The test of the true greatness ol a church Is not in its -bigness' but in the way in which the church changes the .lives of the people. "The prime, purpose of the church," Dr. Miller concluded. "Is an evangelical zeal and a burning desire to spread the gospel message to others." Mrs. Bob Logan was chairman of the program, and was assisted °V Mrs. Ed Dicks, who read the scripture and Mrs. Floyd Whitner, who presented the Home Mission cause, stating that the goal of the Presbyterian Church now is to establish two new churches a week, instead of one a week as has been done In the past nine years by the Southern Presbyterian Church. At the conclusion of the Book review refreshments were served by Mrs. Alice Womack. Mrs. A. F. Dietrich and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. Mrs. Vernon Thomnsson. president presided over the business meeting which followed with Mrs. C C. Smith giving the opening pray' er. A memorial tribute to Mrs. plume Morris Pride was Riven by Mrs. Roy Walton, historian, nnd a copy ol this memorial is to he sent to in. Presbyterian Ki.slonciil Foundation at Monti'eat, N. C. The group voted la send Thanks giving gifts of money to the Presbyterian Children's Home at Mon- ticellp. Ark., nnd also to Cnddo Valley Academy, Norman, Ark. Chairman of Inter-Church Aid, Mrs. Hord, reported on the BUCCCSS- lul conclusion ol the migrant work by Miss Tavitn Hernandez, but stated that the Migrant Center will remain open lor the nex.t-two-Mi.ey ends. Delegates to the meeting of Pres- I byterian al Brmkley, Ark,, on Nov. j 5 were elected as follows: j Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs I Hnrvey Kklrt. with Mrs E. P. 110- rum nnd Mis. Za\ Harrison as alternates. I At the conclusion of the business j mcetinc. Mrs. Robert Kirshncr presented a radio progrjtm on Hie Latin Americas .with the (ollowinn "foreign correspondents" rcportliiK on the work of the Protestant Churches In their respective countries: Mrs. Borum on Brazil; Mrs. Gilbert Smytlie, Ecuador; Mrs. Henry Layson. Colombia; Mrs. Johnny Marr. Quatemalia; and Mrs. Hugh Hudson, Mexico. The meeting was adjourned with [he Mizpah Benediction. Baptist Circles Have Meetings in Members Homes The Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church held monthly meetings yesterday afternoon. Mrs. H, H. Brooks was hostess to Circle one when 10 members •were present. Mrs. Elton Jones presided over the business session and Mrs. Kendall Borry gave the opening prayer. Mrs. James Fisher taught the mission book and Mrs. W. M. Lewis dismissed the group with prayer. Circle two met with Mrs. Philip Deer with 10 "members present. Mrs. Deer opened the meeting with prayer and presided over the business session. Mrs. C. L. Evans taught the mission book and Mrs. Darrell Ltins- ford gave a 'alk on the work ol the auxiliary. Thirteen members of Circle three met nt the home of Mrs. C. L. McWnters, Jr. Mrs. Tom Jackson opened Ihe meeting with prayer nnd Mrs. E. E Stevens taught the mission book. Mrs. C. E. Wilson dismissed the group with prayer. Circle lour met with Mrs. C. E. Johnson who also presided over the business session. There were 10 members nnd two Riiesls, Mrs. Larry Katz nnd Mrs. N. B. Snow, present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Pearl Hires and Mrs Shelburn Brewer taught the mission book. Mrs. W. W. Watson dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. W. M. Williams was hostess to 14 members of Circle five. The meeting was opened wilh prayer by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw and Mrs. William Berrymnn taut-lit the mission book. Sentence prayer closed the meeting. Circle six met with Mrs. Bill Bannister, who presided over the business session and opc-ncd the program with prayer. There were. eight members and one guest, Miss Anna Ruth Hardln, present. | Mrs. Charles Ray Newupmb | taught the mission book and Mrs. j T. C. Hopper dismissed the group: with prayer. j Members of Circle seven met with .Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Mrs. i Quinjy Alexander opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Roy I Head reviewed the mission book. ; Mrs. W. M. Laferney diKmi>r;ed the group with prayer. At the conclusion of each circle meeting the hostess served refreshments. St. Stephen's Auxiliary Meets In Patterson Home The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met In the home of Mrs. 3. S. Patterson last night. Mrs. Patterson gave the devotional and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway presided over the business session. Mrs. E. R. Mason gave a report on the TJTO. The program "Being A Real Christian In the Home." was Riv- rn by Mrs. R. I. Thompson. Mrs Patterson dismissed the group with prayer and served refreshments. Coming Events TUKSIIAV American Legion Auxiliary meets at Hut nt 8 p.m. The Inilinllpn ceremony of the Alpha Alpha Chapter ol BfU\ Slu- ina will be held at the home of Mrs T. I. Scay. 1600 Chlcknsaubn at T:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs Jiunes Shouse nnd Mrs. Rob Onrrctt. WEDNESDAY Mrs. B. A. Lynch enlcrtnlns members of Chapter D. P1EO Sisterhood with 1 p.m. luncheon. H is nn Inspecting meeting. Mrs. Harry W. Hnlnes and Mrs. Harry A. Haines entertain members of Chapter N, PIi;O Sisterhood at 1 p.m. nl the home o( Mi's. Harry W. Haines. Central PTA meets al school ni 3 p m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2.30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Klrby entertains the CO.NTKST WINNKK — Miss Miiurine Oobbs, dauKhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dobbs of Ucll, tied lor third place in the Rcfiion- a! Divi:;ion uf the Junior Dressmaker;; Contest .sponsored by Sinner .Se-.vini; Machine. H'-i' entry was a bnnvn cotton ljro;td- cloth dress. Miss Doljljs will be nwanled n straight needle portable 8in^f;r. She previously won the local contest. Mr. 1 ;. Grace Ucsliursc Is her .sewing instructor. Marvelous For Dates Methodist Circles Have Mission Study Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met in homes of members yesterday af ternoon. Circle One met with Mrs. Ray Price with 11 members present. The devotional w;i.s tflven by Mrs. J. C. Giiiird and Mrs. Riley Jones taught the mission study. Circle Two met with Mrs. Sam Hayne.s. Mrs. A. E. Huniley was co-hostess. There were 18 mem- bens and one guest, Mrs. T. A. Folder, present. Mrs. R, B .Stout gave the devotional and the mission study was taught by Mrs. William Wyatt. Circle Three met with Mrs. Johnny Young and Mrs. Leon Burns was co-ho.stess. There were 15 members and two guests. Mrs. Henry Young and Mrs. K. Garner of Larman, Miss., present. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Oarnecr taught the mission study, I Circle Four met with Mrs. John JArrnds with 12 members present. I Mrs. KUon Kjrby gave the devo- i tlona! and Mrs. George Pyles taught the mission study. Circle Five met with Mrs. Max 1 U:,rey. Sr., and Mrs. Jerry Hearn ; was co-hostess. There were 14 i members and three guests, Mrs. i L. E. Old, Mrs. Harold EgKens- pcrger and Miss Helen Pat Hamilton, present. ,, The devotional was given by Mrs. Hubert McGraw and Mrs. Newton Whitis gave the mission sj.udy. Circle Six met with Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. H. B. Oakes was co-hostess. There were 20 mem- bcrs nnd Iwo guests, Mrs. P^arl Jenkins of Memphis and Mrs. Emma Webster, present. Mrs. Joe Ferguson gave the devotional and Mrs. W. R. Sum me r- ville taught the mission study. Circle Seven met with Mrs. Bob Gardner with Mrs. B. G. Hall co- hostoss. There were 17 members and one guest, Mrs. Milton Bar- relt, present. Mrs. Elbert Johnson gave the devotional and also taught the mission study, At the conclusion of each meet- Inn the hostesses served refreshments. I Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson i are the parents ol a son born last night at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis. ! Miss Carol Ann Bailey of Little j Rock was the weekend guest of her ] parents, " 'r. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. ! Mr. and Mrs. Bailey motored their | daughter home. Mrs. Zoa Thompson and Mrs. Neta Bunch spent the weekend in Memphis vi^iuny relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Besharse spent the weekend in Nashville, Tenn. While there they attended the Grand Ole Opry. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Campbell are leaving tomorrow for Hot Springs, where they will spend a month. Guests of Mr. and Mrs D. E. Wimberly over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Irby Wimberly of Wilmington. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Seacord, Jr.. ol Fort Worth, Tex., announce the birth of a son, Charles L.. HI. Mrs. Seacord is the former Miss Connie Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Oene McGuire and Mr, nnd Mrs. J. D. Hemby are leaving the latter part of this week for FayeUeville. They are going especially to see their daughters. Misses Jo Alice McGuire and Laura Alice Hemby, students at the University of Arkansas. Louis Lynch was in Austin, Tex., over the week end to attend the University of Arkansas-Texas football game. Harry A. Haines returned yesterday iiom a business trip to Stevens Point, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. E. Harold Shutord of Hickory, N. C., who have spent the past several days here 'as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mr. Haines and daughters, returned to their home today. Town and Country Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertains the TLE BridRC Club ill the Hnzorbnrk Members of the Vcndrcdl Bridge ; Club meet nt Ihe Hnzorbnck with Mrs. Bill Slack as hostess. j TIUJKSDAV ! Mrs. Felix Carney entertains the j Chllllon Club. i Members of Ihe Kibil/cr Club mod. with Mrs. J. M. Willams, Jr. Miss Jettye Clatrr Huffman eii- lerlalns the GEO nrldgr Club. Duplicate Bridge League hns regular meeting. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Patsy Hcnson. FHIDAV The Woman's Club has rnvered j dish luncheon nt club house nt 1 p. m. Mrs. Russell C. Fan- entertains members of the Friday Contract Club. B094 9.IB By Sue Burnett Youthful dale frock lo wear all winter, with ilclairs I'vcry junior ndnrcs - Hill skirl. HIM! uiust, uiK Haltering collar. Palter,. No. 81)9-1 Is in .sizes 0. 11. 12. 1.1. 1-1. IS. IB. Si/.i' 11, I yards ot :)!)-inclv; '>„ ynrrt con- For this pattern, send 300 In COINS, your name., Address, si/.e desired and the PATTERN NUM- HI-:H lo Sue nurnett, Courier RO 6,'til. Send :!.'> rr:ils today for your rupy of utir fliutU'ni caution. BASIC FASHION. The I.ill nnd winter '54 Issue is filled will] atirnctivo. easy to sew styles for all ayi'.s. Benefit Party Planned by Catholic Society The AJIiir Society of the Catholic Church met in the school jiuclitorl- um last nlftht. In I he business session plans were completed for a benefit bridge and canasta party which will be held Nov. -L Mrs. Prank Wagner, Mrs. G O. PoeU ami Mrs. Bob Lee Smith are in charge of reservations. At the conclusion, of the meeting Mrs. Wanner and Mrs. Lloyd Wise .served re I refih men ts to the Rroup. Those gadgets that you impale potatoes on bake them faster by introducing heat into the middle. Try the same thing with an all- steel fork stuck in before starting baking, if you're in a hurry. • * * Grandmother's trick with stale bread: put it in a paper bag. sprinkle it with water, twist the top closed, and put it in a wnrm oven, j While - it's warm, it will .seem; fresh, \vhen It cools, it, will turn, | like Cinderella, back to its stale' .self . YarbroWSCS Meets in Bunch Home The Yarbro Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service met In the home of Mr«. Clyde Bunch last night. Group singing opened the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. Denny Hammond- Mrs. Carl Burton taught the mission study and Mrs. Gene McGuire dismissed the group with prayer. Following the program a business session was held and Mrs. Monrne Besharse presided. Refreshments were served by the hostess in the social hour. Katie Matron YWA Conducts Meeting Tlie Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. E. M. Terry last night when MLss Mary Webb v/as hostess. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Miss Maxine Hill. A business meeting was conducted and Miss Webb taught the mission book. Miss Cliffie Overman dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. You may be able to carry off the most exotic form of dress with gooo impression on iuiuini:! wvm an—a job hunt, meeting the moth e.r-in-law. DOIUR-WUE1 THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI 129°5 •to Alomar OWN* ' * ' ' Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Rend How Mothers Praise ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN give St. Joseph Aspirin For Children. Ualikes its oranga flavor, takes It willingly." Airs. Mary Moor*, Boitoa, Muk A l the Hospilah ttlythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Drnn Wnrd and bnby. Rt I. t hii'ka.sauba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Moore and baby, city Michrifl PaiTlsli. city Walls HospitnJ Dismissed: Mrs. John Hamm. city A. I,. C. Ru-hai'dRoii, Clonjr Lake Kc n tu 1 1 h ! t si rdcsl y, c ity Kiniicc Miller, city Luis Rodreqin'tf. cif.y Floyd Priiu'r, Ganithorsville J. W. Rvwi'll. city WAIT!- Don '' bei>t a brick wall QT until You've (— tried . . . ' BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT COAL-OIL-GAS HEATING EQUIPMENT SPECIAL! Norge Oil Floor Furnace 50,000 B.T.U. List $239.95 NOW $ 99" \\'e Give Trade-Fris HUBBARD HARDWARE You cnn quiet an nnnoyinit. j creaking floor by worktpp n litllc : moist sonp into the cracks between j the boards. Crisp underskirts are wonderful j under full winter skirts, too. But be sure they are crisp. Regular or nylon horsehair, though it's more expensive than starched muslin, will last and last. Check for whipped seams for the sake of hose. BLYTHEVILLE Today - Tonight FAIRGROUNDS Auspices Junior Chamber Commerce REASONS WHY MOUNTAIN VALLEY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c Al All Times TL'KS.. \VKn.. & THTHS Double Foal lire MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In BIyrheviile Show Starts \\'eekriays 7:110 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Tl'KS., & WED. Double Feature WATER CAN MEAN SETTER HEALTH FOR YOU Qamts •EQftGEOirc STREET PARADE I1:M A.M. TWICE DAILY 218 P. M. • iACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES • ADULTS $1.18 - CHILDREN 55c «X TICKETS PLUS TAX I KESRRVK AND ADMISSION I I TICKETS OK SALE CIRCUS DAY »l I I Owens Rrxall Drug Store I I 3M W, Main Street I ^. Spied Ttmtval »( Mrmlul body wasUi. 2. Neutralize eiceii urine acids. 3. No.nulin Vidnty • bliddtt function. 4. Counteract tuiii stinick Jddt, Doctori i;.(ft thai piop«r jmouMi if your MOneyi ind bUddcr ate id (unction properly To bt tieallhj ?QU nted »t lent 8 [Imti ol gooa, pur* fclltr i Otj. Try deliclom tiitlnf, non-lmiu*, non-cirbonilfd. mildry UlCHARnSON'S Miln »( Flflh Ph. 3-3605 Cartoon "IJlind Dale* 1 —AND— BLYTHEVILLE'S FIRST SHOWING "The Counterfitter' Starring Doris CHANEY & MERRICK-. ALSO SHORTS I'ust for jctshion.., first for fit New flexible pump ... YouVa always fashion-right in these new foil pumps by Naturalizer. Heel-hugging toe free fit. No slip, no gap, no pinch. America's outstanding shoe value. in your exact siza. Avocado Green 95 Bags to Match A "must" for mvvry wardrobe i EC I SH Trinity WMU Has Luncheon The Women's Missionary Union taking part fn (hi of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs, John Buchanan yesterday for a covered dish lun- ,e program w.ere Mrs. "cictus Hudson, Mrs. Robert Coleman. Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Eatmon and Mrs. Pritchard. cheon and Royal Service Program. Mrs. R. W. Woolen presided over .,. _.._ the busienss session and group re-1 ( res hments. peatlng of the watchword opened | the meeting. Mrs. E. G. Lovel! j led the opening prayer. Mrs. A. D. Priest was In charge of the program and members of the Evelyn Stanford Circle assist-; ed her. Those members were Mrs. Herman Adair, Mrs. M. D. Ken- wrlght, Mrs. P. L. Parrish, Mrs. E. C. Parks, Mrs. Carl Lay and Mrs. H. H. Burnett. I The devotional was given by Mrs. Preston Thorn and Mrs. Howrd Besharse presented a solo. : Mrs. Calvin Benefield dismissed the group with prayer. Guests of the group were Mrs. : W. K. Williams and Mrs. Lay. i The Mildred Malthew Circle met with Mrs. Alvin Pritchard with 12 . members present. t Mrs. J. D. Eatmon opened the: meeting with prayer and Mrs. j Ernest Walker presided over the. business session. j The devotional was given by : Mrs. Gaylord Lewis, who also was \ in charge of the program. Those i Sentence prayer dismissed th« :roup and the hostess served re- To My Friends And Customers! Since beins hit by an automobile, I am unable to be at my old location at 5th and Main Street*. 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