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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. FEBRUARY tl, Mtse Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News Inrv Swietv Rrtitor I Phone 3-4461 Presbyterian Women Conduct Business and Program Meeting A meeting was held yesterday afternoon by Women of the Presbyterian Church with Mrs. C. M. Gray, president, opening the session with a call to worship. Reports were given by circle chairmen and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, spiritual growth chairman, asked for special prayers and gifts for the world mission season and placed special emphasis on the next week which is Week of Prayer and Self Denial. Mrs. Ross Stevens, world mission WSCS Circles Conduct Meetings chairman, asked that members keep in mind the filling of a duffle bag for overseas relief. She also stated that there is a need for 168 new missionaries for foreign fields. Church extension chairman Mrs. Walter Day announced that a series of devotionals entitled, "Under One Roof," concerning Christian family life is being presented each Wednesday morning over station KOBE in Oscepla from now until Mothers Day, May 3. Mrs. Russell Mosley, chairman of Christian Education, announced that a film for Bible school workers -Tag sh:Ttr- at the thiKcii Tt-.virtfey Circles of Women's Society of Christian Service of First Meth-1 odist Church mei yesterday. _ j Circle One met at the home of Mrs Fred Bean with Mrs. Ray Hall as co-hostess. Twenty members were present when Mrs. J. G- Sudbury gave the, devotional and Mrs. Jack Robinson the study. Mrs. Dale Crowder and Mrs. Audrey Thomas were guests at the meeting. Seventeen members were present when Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. John Arends. The devotional was given by Mrs. William Wyatt with Mrs. H. C. Bush giving the study. Mrs. E. B. Gee was hostess to 15 members of Circle Three. Mrs. Henry Young presented the devotional and Mrs. Newton wbitis the study. Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. George Hubbard", Sr. Mrs. A. E. Huntley was co-hostess to the 15 members and one new member, Mrs. w. W. Workman, present. The devotional was given by Mrs. T E. Geeslin with Mrs. B. A. Lynch giving the study. Mrs. Dick, White gave the devotional and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater the study when Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. 0. B. Knudsen with Mrs. Ernest Roe as co-hostess. Fourteen members were present. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was a visitor when tea members of Circle Six were entertained by Mrs. W. T. Morrow and Mrs. E. H. McFaddifc. Giving the devotional was Mrs. , C. C. Czeschin with Mrs. C. W. Alford giving the study. Circle Seven met at ttie home of Mrs. Bob Gardner with 16 members and one new member, Mrs. Ed Townsend, present. Mrs. T. A. Woodyard gave the devotional and study. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crook and son Tommy have returned to their home in Dallas, Tex., after spending a week with Mr. Crook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houle and daughter Barbara left Thursday for California where they will make their home. Mrs. J. M. Aycock spent Sunday in Memphis with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aycock. Mrs. H. B. Shearin was hostess in her home Tuesday for Circle Two of the Women's Missionary Union. Mrs. P. B. Jarrett was hostess for the O. R. A. Club at her home Thursday for a one o'clock luncheon. The table from which luncheon was served was covered with a white linen cloth with a centerpiece of fruit. The afternoon was spent informally with plans made for the March meeting which will be at the home of Mrs. Walter Woods in Luxora. Mrs. John Burk was presented gifts in honor of her birthday. The bulky hat look is not for every woman. If it's wrong on you, buy your spring hats in a scaled- down version. There are plenty of them. Announcing.. THE OPENING OF A NEW PENTECOSTAL Assembly Church at 1815 E. Main St FIRST SERVICE! Wed. Evening, 7:30 p.m. H«*. W. 0, win 4* the Everyone to Inrlted To Attend Thta Serric* night. Concluding the business session was the announcement by Mrs. Gray that the world mission book "This Revolutionary Faith." will be taught at the church next Monday at 10:30 .. m. She also reminded those present of the district conference at Paragould, March 22. Mrs. Floyd Haralson was in charge of the program on "Christian America Means Christian Families." She opened the program by reading an excerpt from "Evening Prayer," by Robert Louis Stevenson. Mrs. Carl Wicklund continued the theme by discussing colonial homes and frontier families with Mrs. Ted Johnson discussing family life in the industrial revolution and 20th century. In this program the point was brought out that the homes of America must be Christian before America itself can be Christian. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe were hostesses in the social hour carrying out the patriotic theme by centering their refreshment table with red, white and blue carnations. They served cherry tarts and coffee. Bits of News Berry Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bishop, is confined to his home with measles. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Rose have returned from a two-week visit in Clearwater, Fla. Mrs. Elva Poe returned yesterday from Miami, Fla., where she visited her sister, Mrs. Effie Medaris, and son, Robert. Mrs. Mabel G. Cooper of Glendale, Calif., arrived this morning for a visit with her son, Jim Cooper, Mrs. Cooper and children. Mrs. Harvey Kidd of Memphis, mother of Dr. Harvey Kidd of Blytheville, is recuperating at .the home of her son here following a :k. Her condition is re- Mr. Lipscortib Gives Resume OnBandActivitits A resume on the spring activities of Blytheville High School band was given last night by Robert Ltpscomb, band director, when Band Parents Club met in the high school library. He announced the following list of activities for the band: Junior High Clinic at Jonesboro, Feb. 24. District Festival in Jonesboro, March 23. State Convention in Hot Springs, April 19-31. It was announced that the annual band dance will be held in April at Hotel Noble. Rainbow Meeting To be Tonight State Mother Advisor of the Rainbow Girls, Mrs. C. W. Aliord of Blytheville, will be honored with a meeting by the local chapter tonight at the Masonic Hall. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. "AGE DOES NOT DEPEND ON YEARS BUT ON TEMPERAMENT AND HEALTH" Medical science is rapidly conquering many of the killers that have plagued mankind. Small Pox, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Malaria, and now even Polio are being controlled. Your age should be measured, not by your years, but by how well you have taken care of yourself. Your temperament should be better because you know that your health can be better if you consult your Physician frequently and follow his advice. We carry the medicines that will help you keep young. YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE 3-4451 WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE Pick up your prescription if shopping near us, or let us deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with the responsibility of filling their prescriptions. May we compound youmT ROTHROCK DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS MS W. Main St. •<)wtaUoa by Tryo» Edward* 1NI-1IM ported to be improved, but she still is not allowed to have visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks will ]oin their son, Lt. Pat Burks of Albuquerque, N. M., in Memphis today Lt. Burks is attending a five- day Air Force school in Memphis. Mr and Mrs. Tommy Reid and children, Faye and Billy, spent the weekend in West Point and Starkville. Miss. In West Point they visited Mrs. Reid's uncle, T. A. Bland, who is seriously ill at Memorial Hospital there and in Starkville they visited her brother, W. C. Thomas, who is recuperating following a heart attack. R. H. Godsey was in Memphis Sunday to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Godsey, who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Roberts returned last night from Arkadelphia where they attended funeral services for her uncle, Henry Strother. Richard Gaines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines, is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital following an accident at school yesterday. He is in Room B-6 and is reported to be improving. . Hugh Tyrone, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone, left yesterday afternoon for Lackland Air .Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., where he will be stationed with the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Don Manners of St. Louis announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, yes' terday at 'Slkeston Memorial Hospital. The name Kathy 'Ellen was chosen for the child. Mrs. Manners Is the former Laura Swain of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Golladay of Sikeston and also formerly of this city. Miss Pat Speck Pat Speck To Appear On Dance Program Over 50 Memphis State College coeds will be featured in the traditional dance prorgam in the auditorium Thursday, Feb. 23, at. ^ p.m. ' Among the featured soloists and choreographers will be Miss Pat Speck of Blytheville, a freshman at the college and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speck of Blytheville. tinder the direction of Miss Laura May Hill, professor of health and physical education, the four- par! program will include both modern and classical ballet, along with creative and interpretative dances. International Club to Hold First Meeting International Club will hold its first meeting Thursday night at the Red Cross office beginning at 7 pjn. Mrs. John Eller, who is heading club organization, announced that anyone who has not been contacted concerning the club, but is eligible to becomt a member is invited to attend this meeting. If you wear glasses, either strip the veiling from any hat'you buy or wear it off the face. Veiling is never good company for glasses of any kind. Coming Events TUESDAY Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., 1025. W. Main, 7:30 p.m. Miss Florence Moore is co-hostess. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Night Bridge ,Club meeting with Mrs. Hugh Caffey. Town and Country Club meeting 'with Mrs. C. Modinger. TLB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Herman Turner. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Paul Jobe. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting Emanon Club meeting with Miss Barbara Carter. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. George Hamilton. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs. Mike Meroney. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Mflick. LaNueve Club meeting with Mrs. Ben. Mac White. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins, Altrusa Club meeting. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Geraldine Hinton, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Club, meeting with Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting at borne of Mrs. Robert Wade, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. R. A. Porter. La Finesse Club meeting with Farmer Residents* Daughter Wed In Illinois The chapel of First Methodist Church in Kewanee, HI,, was the scene. Thursday, Feb. 9, at 1 p.m. of the marriage of Miss Sarah Kathryn Wraight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wraight, and Duane Arnold Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Black, all of Kewanee. Mr. and Mrs. Wraight are former Blytheville residents. Mrs. Wraight is the former Kathryn Mnnin. Dr. Loyal M. Thompson read the double-ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose an ivory faille sheath dress in street length with a scooped neckline and short sleeves. Her headband of ivory satin leaves was caught at one side by a cluster of American Beauty Garnet roses and she carried a small :ascade bouquet of American Beauty roses. A sistpr nf the bride. Miss Carol Wraight, served as maid of honor. John Nutt of Iowa City, Iowa, a fraternity brother of the bridegroom, served as best man and Tom Michaelsen of Chicago was Toomsman. Tom Wraight, a brother of the bride, and Lyle Reeoy were ushers. The bride returned to Monmouth for the last semester of her senior year and Mr. Black is in Minneapolis, Minn., for a semester of practical training connected with his college work at the University of Iowa, following a wedding trip to Chicago. Trinity Circle Observe Season Of Prayer Day circles of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary union met at the church yesterday to observe the season of prayer. Group singing opened the meeting with Mrs. Bill Cook in charge "of the program and giving the devotional. Taking parts on the program were Mrs. L. G. Kenwright, Mri. Free- ton Thorn, Mrs. Harold" Russell, Mrs. J. D. Adkins and Mrs. C. E, Adkisson. Mrs. Bert Ross, Mrs. A. L. Richardson and Mrs. Cook led apeclal prayers. Rose Marlowe Circle met last night at the home of Mri. John Brown with eight member! aneS three visitors, Mrs. Delbert Bed- soul, Mrs. Chester Jenkins and Mr«. E. G. Lovell, present. Mrs. Earshel Earnest led the opening prayer with Mrs. Brown giving the devotional and Mrs. Bill Boren conducting the business session. The mission book on prayer was reviewed by Mrs. Oaylord Lewis with Mrs. L. D. Man giving the dismissal prayer. Mission Book Continued at WMU Circles The mission study book, "Who Are They?" was continued yesterday when Women's Missionary Union Circlet of First Baptist Church met. Mrs. Charles Frank Pitts gave the review when Circle One with 15 members, two new members, Mrs. Carl Sandusky and Mrs. John Bucnanan, and one visitor, Mrs. Paul 3uman, met at the home of Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Circle Two was entertained by Mrs. J. W. Rayder with 17 members and one new member, Mrs. Henrietta Wallace, present. Mrs. Roy Bead taught the book. Thirteen members and one visitor of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. P. E. Utley at which time Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb reviewed the mission study. Circle Four met at the new -home of Mrs. Russell Man- in Country Club Drive with 13 members and i vlnltorn, Mrc. Kcr.d'ell Sorry Mrs. Todd Harrison. Past Matrons and Patrons Club having potluck supper at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Mrs. T. J. Bailey and Mrs. Prank Ellis are hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting with Mrs. Max Reid. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. GIFTS IDEAL for Baby and Mother! ....TkiKID! See Petonen PreoVd* wtth odvanted detign at LAD & LASSIE Toy Center Wallace Smith, Owner 101 E. Main Phone 3-6308 and Mrs. Edna Killim, present. Reviewing the mission study was Mrs. Randal Hawks. Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the book wh-n Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Ivy Crawford with 11 members present. Mrs. Prances Duke was a visitor when 14 members of Circle Six were entertained by Mrs. Adolph Heinicke. The book was taught by Mrs. Ted Brown. Circle Seven met at the home of Mrs. Ben Abbott with 13 members, one new member, Mrs. Mary Combs, and one visitor, Mrs. Iren Sharp of Gideon, Mo., present. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., gave the mission study. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nelle Starr W. C. Mason and Qeorge Talent of Memphis spent the p»st week in Los Angeles. Mrs. Tominle Florida, who has been a patient in Campbell's Clinic for the past two weeks, returned home Friday. Miss Virginia Ellen Bird, formerly of Wilson, but recently of Little Rock, was named on the 1955 honor roll at the University oi Arkansas. Miss Karen Young, student at Vanderbilt, spent several days in Memphis recently with Miss Carolyn Church ^ind to attend the wedding of Miss Patsye Fatten and St.. Elmo Newton, m.. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hunt announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, born Friday at Osceola Hospital. The baby was named Melanie Claire Hunt. Mr., and Mrs. Bill Fuller of Laurel, Miss., visited Mrs. Fuller's mother, Mrs. Bob Cromer, during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillard and Patients are admitted to hospitals of the United States at the rate of one every two seconds. aaugnter(Jarolyn oi Helena are" spending a few days here with their parents, Mrs. Roy Dillard and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson. Before coming to Osceola they made a trip out west and spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shippen in Yuma, Ariz. Mrs. Snow Wilson and Mrs. Kate McCorkle Were in Memphis Friday to be luncheon guests of Mrs. Don Pearson. Miss Floy Nickol, who attends Memphis State, joined the three young matrons for luncheon at Mrs. Pearson's home. Mi. and Mrs. Johnny Lowe were in St Louis last week where they were called to attend the funeral of a relative. Miss Gaye Waddell, freshman at Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Mo., laft by train Thursday with nine other girls from the college for New York City. On Friday morning they were scheduled to appear on Dave Garroway's morning television program, but due to inclement weather the trip was made by train instead of plane as was originally planned and the group failed to get there In time for the program. The girls were met In New York by ten students from Princeton who escorted them to see the sights of New York and to attend a dance at Princeton before retwtv ing to their school. Miss Waddell is the daughter ot Mr and Mrs. G. L. (Buddy) Waddell. Mrs. J. H. Hook was hostesa Thursday to the Four-Table Bridge Club. Guests playing with the club werf her daughter, Mrs. Horace Moore, Jr., Mrs. Horace Moore. Sr . Mrs. Charlie Hale and Mrs. Spencer Gibson. Mrs. Harry Driver and Mrs. Gibson were 'high score winners. Mrs. Tr~E~snrreBgenreB bridgo. 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