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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1954 - Society News - » Ann Mnllnvv. Sop.ietv Editor / Phon Mix Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Hairdressers Association Has Style Show Here The Blytheville Unit of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association met at Charley's Beauty Shoppo lust night. An educational program was pre- icnted by Mr. James and Helena Dorrls of Memphis who have just returned from the New York hairdressers' shows. New fall hair .styles and trends were discussed and il was reported that short hair is here to stay. Models for last ninht's show were Misses Elsie Jane and Bonnie Ixni Webster who were winners in a contest held in the physical education classes at high school yesterday. Plans were made for the group to attend the convention that is bdnK held in Little Rock this weekend. Next meeting will be December fj at Eagle Beauty School. Fidelis Class Has Party at Walker Home fidelis Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. j Earl Walker for Its regular monthly social and business meeting last night. Mr». C. E. Johnson gave the devotional and Mrs. Thomas BORUI led the group in prayer. In the business session, reports were given bj officers. Mrs. N. f. Gritting dismissed the group with prayer and a social hou> was held. In the games conducted winners were Mrs. Josephine Rollison and Mrs. Jesse Batemaii. At the conclusion of games, tin hostesi. assisted by Mrs. o. H. Wallace, «n'ed refreshments. TO OO ABROAD—Mrs. Wayne Cole. dnuK'lHt-r of Mr. and Mrs. Veri Sarroll.s, will icitve Nov. 8 lor Hawaii to join her husband, Cpl. Wayne Cole, who i.s stationed there. Mrs. Cole has been milking her home with her parents. Be Real Person Don't Try To Be Perfect Wonderful In Large Sizes By Sue Burnett That magic jumper that stretches a winter wardrobe, teamed with a. neat collared blouse. Special in sizes for larger figures. Pattern No. 8037 is in sixes 34. 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. 46, 48. Sl/,e 30. Jumper, 3 ! /z yards of 35-inch; blouse, short sleeve, 2* 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, Basic TASHION. The tall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. In the \nst 20 years American women have been told how to be Just about everything under the sun. but, !he one really important, (nine, "How to be yourself." Weighted down by all .the other " how to. . ." advice, women are so busy trying to be good mothers. intelligent conversationalists, good managers, and glamor girls—all at one and the same time—that they have mostly forgotten what they are and what they want out of life. They are trying so hard to please other people — bosses, husbands friends, children—that they rarely have time to please themselves. Consequently when you gvit In a crowd of women, only a tew will stand out as individuals., Tin; rest will look, talk and act so much in "character" that you get the (eel- ing they even think alike. When so many other things nre expected of n wunmii, how nui she hang onto her own IndividualityV• How can .she manage to be a rral Find genuine person? j The first step is by rclu.sitifj to try to follow a pattern cut- out lor ner by someone else. If she'll ask "Is this necessary'/"] >{ everything she Is doing and rying to do, slur will find she am ;ut out ft lot ol nonesseiitlul i\ct- vity. She'll be better friends with ht-re-11 if .she quits trying so hard to ie, a "perfect," this or ti "perfect" imni'thing else. Her husband married a worn an- ml. a pniect wile. HIT ehildin vcre burn to a woman-not to jerlrct mother. Her friends should Tea ret her as a woman—not as a )erlcc'i hostess. So maybe she had better concent rale her eflorls an being a warm-liearted, relaxed, lappy woman instead of u perfect .nything. Eventually she will pet around U> vondt i rinR \vh»V sho want* for hev elT out of life, and will wake up o the fad thiit if she doesn't take ime lo get even p. small share of vhat she wnntfi, It Is never going o be hers. Once she start* thinking and tinn like a woman instead of like candidate for most per Cert thU ir i.)ml -she'll start bt'iiiR a real icrson. Nazarene Circles Conduct Meetings At Church Here The Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society met, at the church last nljjtu (or its regular meeting. Meeting was opened with group singing and Mrs. .Harold Thompson, Sr., presided over the business session. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Elizabeth McGhee. Those taking parts on the program, "Mission Work among Native Workers," were Mrs, J. Louis Emmert, Mrs. Hazel McWUliams, Miss Dorris Payne, Mrs. Paul Lawrence, Mrs. Dan Roberts and Mrs. Jimmy Quick,. Mrs. Lloyd Roberts and Miss Bobbie Seymour presented a solo at the conclusion of the program. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Ealie Cunningham. Alberta Fletcher Chapter of the Missionary Society of the Nazarene Church met nt the church yesterday afternoon for election of officers. Mrs. Virginia Mayo opened the neeting with prayer and Mrs. Thompson presided over the business session. Officers elected were Mrs. Opal Lambert, chairman; Mrs. Evelyn Galnes, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy Halford, superintendent of study; Mrs. Mayo, prayer and fasting, chairman; and Mrs. Bert Trumblc, program chairman. Mrs. Trumble dismissed the group with prayer. Bits of News f^e ertona Mrs. Floyd Haralson has turned from Morrilton where sh has been with her father, Mark A Limbird, who was burned in stove explosion last week. Mr Limbird is reported to he im proved. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe an< son, Jerry, returned yeslerdaj from St. Louis where they attend ed the Washington University Western Michigan football, game i They were joined there by thei } .son. James Cecil Lowe, II, a stu i deni in the Washington Universit 1 ! School of Medicine. While the | they were the guests of Mr. am I Mrs. Emmett Keltn and daughter Margaret, of Belleville, III. The group attended the reception ant buffet .supper given at the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity House following the game. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berryman o: 1244 Mcda of Memphis announce the birth of a daughter Sunday al the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Ber ryman Is in Room 416. The baby lias been named LuAnn. Mr. anc Mrs. Ralph Berryman were Memphis over the weekend anc were accompanied home by theii grandson. Buddy, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham ir Steele this week. Billy Miller is ill at his home on Lumerate. Mrs. Maude Thomas and Mrs, Joe Garrett of Monette were guests of Mrs. L. F. May Sunday. Mrs. Laura Clements of Cherry Vailey, Ark., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lila May, and niece, Mrs. Helen Caldwell. Trinity Circles Have Meetings WAITI-i BOB'S GYPSY RUB LINIMENT OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! «•*•••••••••»•>•.•>«>....-.. -*---••.••-•••*•••••••. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY CARLOAD Admitted for 2 - 50$ Tickets DOUBLE FEATURE PLUS CARTOON "COLD STORAGE' The circles of Trinity Baptist Church met in the homes of members yesterday. Mrs. L. G. Kenwrlffht wns hostess to members of the Jewel Abcrnathy Circle. Meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. R. C. Bencticld. Mrs. A rah Speck gnve the devotional and all members of the circle participated on the program. Evelyn Stanford circle met with Mrs. H. H. Burnett with eight members and one new member, Mrs. Henry McCann. present. Mrs. R. W, Woolen opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Burnett. Mrs. Harvey Purrlsh presided over Ihe business .session and taught the mission book. Mrs, A. D. Priest dismissed the group with prayer, j Circle Three met wilh Mrs. [ Joyce Crocker with eight mem-1 bcrs. one new member and one! visitor present. The group repealing the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. Hill Cook. Mrs. E. G. Lovcll gave the devotional find Mrs. C. S. Webb was In charge of the program. Mrs. A. L. Richardson presided over the business session and Mrs. Crocker taught the mission book. Mrs. Richardson dismissed Hie group with prayer. Mrs. Bertha Robinson was hostess to seven members of the Marion Cook Circle. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Dana Dlnkfns and the devotional was given by Miss Donna Bohannon. Mrs. Idell Lowe presided over the business session. Mrs. Lois Gcstring taught the mission book and Mrs. Bill Cook dismissed Ihe group with prayer. The: Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Bobby Webb. There were eight members present. Mrs, tllnora Swafford opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Krncst Walker presided over the business session. The devotional WHS given by Mrs. Webb. The mission study was taught by Mrs. L. D. Marr and Mrs. David Gattis dismissed the group with prayer. At (he conclusion of each meet- ng the hostesses served rcfresh- nents. Klmily Ann Boren Has Birthday Party Here Kniily Ann Boren, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. William Boren, wa:;l entertained with a party yesterday on her first birthday. There were Itt children present. Fnvors of balloons were tfiven and birthday cake and ice cream were Methodist's Observe Week Of Prayer Here The; Women's FeUowshTp of Fir Methodist Church met at th church yesterday afternoon to o serve the week of prayer and se, den i ill. Mrs. John Caudill served as o gainst for the moc'tinft and Mr n. B. Sioul was Jn charge of th program. Meditations were give by ,M:.v James C. Guard, Mrs. W T. Rainwater and Mrs. Willii Wynti. The Rev. Harold Eggensperge ilmmiKlcrcd the sacrament. Dollie Hiett YWA Meets in Polsgrove Home )f)ilie Hiett Young Women's Aux iliiiry met at the home of Mrs Hu bert Polssjrove last night. Mi.ss Marilyn Baker opened th meeting with prayer and preside ovc-r the business session. Grou ,'ing was followed by the pro gram under the direction of Mis Polly Deer. Mr.s. DarreH Lunsford gave th devotional and Misses aMrtha Jan devotional and Misses Martha Jan presented a duet. They were accom panled at the dinno by Miss Deer. Those taking part on ihe progran were- Misses Rosemary Snow, Bar bara Kontz, Polly Deer, Marily Baker and Martha Jane Bartholo mew. Mrs, PoLsp-rove dismissed th grwip with prayer and served re freshments. \Jew Liberty GA onducts Meeting New Liberty Intermediate Girl Auxiliary met at the home of Linda Gunter last night. Group singing opened the meet ng followed with prayer by Kaj McDanicls. Roll call was answered I'ith the group repeating the watchword. Tho.se taking part on the progran were Patsy Pikes, Kay McDaniel Linda Gunter, Alma Dean Koonci ml Elaine McDaniel. The group was dismissed wit! iiayer by Elaine McDsmlel and the iostess served refreshments. At the Hospitals Chlrkasau'Im Hospital Dismissed : Mrs. Laura Carney, city Jose Lope?., city Mrs. Dan Burge, city PauleUe Jordon. city Walls Hospital ismlssed: Mrs. B. L. Shaw, city Joe Anez, Luxora. served the group. Mrs. Lorene Hor.sle.y assisted hei daughter, Mrs. Boren, in serving. That old time n in this new kind of instant! You'll got n now enjoyment from this inu-rly new kiml o( insinnt coffee—because It puts flavor first! Yes—delicious flavor! Distinctive flavor! Real old time coffee goodness! That's what you've been looking for In an instant coffee. And here is the one that gives it to you— Folftcr's Instant Coffee! All the rich, hearty flavor you could ask for. All the brilliant, sparkling clarity you could expect. .Ml the coffee satisfaction you've ever known—in this special new kind of Instant coffee. Ybii get so much from Folger's Instant Coffee because Folger starts with better coffees .. . choice Mountain Grown coffees —carefully selected and roasted—then skillfully prepared by a miraculous new process that captures and holds true all that o,ld time coffee goodness! TO JOIN' IlrSHAN'D — Mrs. Robert Hale and son, Jimmy will sail for Hawaii Nov. 3. lo join their husband and father. Pvt. Robert Hale, who has been stationed there for the past several months. Coming Events • TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. Myrtle Lowe at 7:30 p. m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Siga Phi has Haiioween Costume party on Edward Street at 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY Lange PTA meets ni 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30. Chapter D of PE.O Sisterhood meets with Mrs. J. A, Leech at i p. m. Weslyan Guild of First Methodist Churchs meet at church at 7:30 p. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs- San ford Tomlinsnn entertains the Vendredi Bridge Club. Mrs. w. J. Cupples entertains the TLE Bridge Club at, Razorbac-k. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. G. Halt. THURSDAY Mrs. Louis Cherry eiUerlains the Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertains the Christian Women Hare DinneratCburch Husbands were guests at a meeting o( the Christian Women's Fellowship which was preceded by a dinner last night. Tables where the guests were seated were centered with arrangements of fall flowers. A program on United Nations was presented by Mrs. J. P. Garrott. who had the flags of the United Nations and the UN Charter in the room where the program was presented. Mrs. Freeman Robinson gave the devotional and the missionary benediction dismissed the group. Let's Hope This Phone Idea Won't Become A Fad The American magazine has a picture story of a housewife who has solved the problem of how to do all the telephone talking she wants to do and still get her housework done. The resourceful wife uses a headphone and 15-foot extension cord that enables her to chatter along with friends and relatives while sha does the Ironing, feeds the baby, gives herself a manicure, etc. The headphone set leaves both hands free. The Ruth MllleU Iong cord p er . mils walking around. So the housewife can walk and talk as she works. Let's hope the ingenious arrangement doesn't become a fad among housewives who love to talk on the telephone. For the chronic telephone talker is already almost impossible to hang up on. The big talker usually chatters along until she, herself, has to in- The Rt'V. and Mrs. J. H. Melton j temipt the conversation because it Calvary Group Entertained At Church The Junior Training Union De^ partment of Calvary Baptist Church was entertained with a social in the basement of the church last night. There, were 41 members and il visitors present. directed games and the devotional was given by the Rev. Harold Ray. ( Mr. and Mrs. Mark Anderson are I directors of the department. La Nueve Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. Grace Cladwell. GEO Club meets with Mrs. Joe McHaney- Mrs. Charles Afflick entertains entertains the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Mike Meroney entertains Chilfion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. FRIDAY' , Executive Board of the Trinity WMU meets with Mrs. R. W. Woolen at 2 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker entertains Friday Contract Club. Country Club Ladies Guest Day Luncheon, l p. rn. SATURDAY Country Club having buffet supper party. Oullcato Bridge League meets. is time to take a roast out of the oven, or start dinner! or because she hears a knock at the door. If she had a headphone set and long cord attached, she rould easily perform these chores — a.id j keep right on yakking. In self-defense her friends would . have to get headphone sets and then the conversations might last fo v hours at a time. And just think what talking marathons the teen-agers could go on ' if they ever got hold of telephone headphones. If a teen-ager could manicure her nails, set her hnir in pin curls, and raid the ice box — all the while talking on the telephone to her best friend — the family telephone situation would be even worse than it is now in homes with teen-agers. Science is a wonderful thing — up to a point. But the point Is reached when it makes it possible for housewives and teen-agers to spend more time on telephone conversations. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Start's 7:00 p. m. 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