FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1»M — Society News -r _ A .._ A.lallnt.1* G*\Aiafu PHitnr * Ph( MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Executive, Luncheon, General Meet Held by Christian Women An executive board meeting, luncheon and general meeting were held yesterday by Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church. At the 10:30 a. m. executive board meeting, the May breakfast for seniors was discussed. Charity Group was hostess for the noon luncheon. In the afternoon's general meeting a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Rupert era fton, Mrs. J e. Ellis, Mrs. C. Li. Moore, Mrs. Osceola Teen -Agers — Give-Dance OSCEOLA — The teen-age spotlight for the week was focused up- ou the dinner dance four of Osceola High School seniors held at the Seminole Club Monday evening with their parents as honored guests. The four were Claire Virginia Colbert, Jimmy Herndon. Robert Alian Hendon and Bobby Watson. The class colors of silver and biue were evident in all of the decorations. The banquet table was centered with a spring arrangement of wedgewood blue Dutch iris and narcissi in a silver bowl. Silver candelabra holding slender matching blue candles flanked the flower arrangement. Silver and blue streamers cascaded from the centerpiece to hold the placecards at each of the guest's places at the table. Mrs. Gladys Burr and Mrs. John Ed Phillips, senior sponsors, Mr. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stanfill were special guests. Simply Styled, Sew-Easy Sue Burnett For spring date wear plans, you'll like this simple youthful frock that goes together like a charm. Finish with a bright contrast. Pattern No. 8379 is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4% yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c 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 oi tlie Spring & Summer '56 edition oi our complete pattern magazine Basic FASHION, It's fBled with smart, easy to sew designs, special features. Vernon Strickland and Mrs. Jada McQuire was appointed. The Woman's Day offering was taken and Mrs. James Rainwater discussed the new mission books listed on the mission study list. It was announced that the program for evangelistic visitation will begin tonight and in keeping with this program Miss Margaret Wright presented a program on evangelism. Mrs. Harry Bradley was in charge of the worship period. Repeating of the missionary benediction dismissed the 24 members present. Presbyterian Womm Taught Mission Book The world mission book, "This Revolutionary Faith," was taught yesterday for Women of the Presbyterian Church. Teaching the book were Mrs. J. E. Carter, Mrs. Hugh Hudson, Mrs. Mason Day, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. Jerry Hord. Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. Hord were devotional leaders. At noontime a luncheon was served by Mrs. J. E. Dicks and her committee. The luncheon table held a globe encircled by Oriental figures. Placemats with'figures of natives of foreign countries were used. Coming Events TUESDAY Orpheus Club meeting at home of ters C. H. Whistle on South Highway 61, 7:30 p.m. Mrs.. Ruth Campbell and Mrs. Clem Whistle, Jr., are hostesses. NCO Wives Club having'social, 7 p.m., at NCO dining hall. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Night Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford. PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. L. A. Brandon. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. C. Smith. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Dick Watson. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Cbarels Langston. Wednesday Bridge Club being entertained by Mrs. W. T. Morrow. Yarbro Methodist Church honoring new pastor with fellowship supper at clubhouse, 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ' Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Thursday Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs Alex Curtis. Chlllion Club meeting with Mrs. Sally Freeman. LaNueve Club meeting With Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Armorel HD Club meeting at home of Mrs. R. I*. Adkisson In Blytheville Joy Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church having social at home of Mrs. Mildred Boren, 7 30 p.m. Delta Kappa Gamma meeting at home of Mrs. Ralph Berryman, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Perm and Mrs George Wiggs are co-hostesses. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meeting i>iti> Mrs. Billy Joe Oean. Chapter N PEO meeting at home of Mrs. C. Murray Smart, 2 p.m. Chicken supper at Gbsnell School cafeteria sponsored by Gosnell HD Club, 5 to 8 p.m. Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of 'Mrs. W. W. Watson, 2 p.m. Mrs. H. L. Chambers is co-hostess. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. University Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson are hosts. Moultrie Court Restaurant Opening Date Thursday March 1st We're proud to announce that Mr. Lloyd Kolwyek It now associated with out restaurant. This Is Your Personal Invitation to Visit With Us Specialiiiitg in Steaks, Chicken «*id Sea Food Bits oi News l Mrs. Buford Young, Mrs. Sterling Martin, Mrs. Turner Kissell and Mrs. Fielder Perry have returned from a two-week Florida vacation. While there they visited Cypress Gardens at Wmterhaven; Lake Wdles, Fort Myers, Where they attended a fashion show on the beach; .Miami Beach, Daytona Beach, Africa, U S. A. and Fort Pierce, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Joggers of Blytheville who are vacationing there. Mrs. Elmer Norman,. Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. Glenn Teague are spending today in Memphis. Glen Cook of Dell returned Sunday from Yakima, Wash., where •he was called due to the death of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cook. Mr. Cook was met in Memphis by his wife. • Mrs. Dock Wells of Dell, who has been staying with her daughter in Memphis and undergoing treatment at a clinic there, is returning to her home at Dell today. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., has returned from Dyersburg, Tenn., wheres he visited her great-grandmother, Mrs. J. M. Gillespie, who is seriously ill. Miss Mary Alice McWaters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., has been named to the dean's honor roll for the past semester at. University of Mississippi. Miss McWaters attained an average of 4.96 out of a possible five points. Mrs. Margot Baumgart of Frankfurt, Germany, who has been making her home her.e with. Mrs. Annabel Fill and son John, left today for Washington, D. C., where -she will make her home. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman, Jr., of Chicago will arrive Saturday evening for ,a two-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman. Sgt. 1/c and Mrs. Eugene H. Robson, who have been stationed In Yokohama for the past four years, have arrived here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and E. H. Eobson. They will also visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shoemaker in Osceola. At the end of Sgt. Robson's leave they will report to Fort Sill, Okla., to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer had as weekend guests her nephews, Mike and Joe Uzzle of St. Louis and Rusty Walker of Sikeston; her nieces, Laverne, Carol and Janet Walker of Sikeston, and Mrs. Brewer's sisters, Mrs. E. J. Atchtey and Mrs. John Frank of St. Louis. They all reutrned to their homes Royal Service Program Given At Trinity Baptist WMUCircks A Royal Service program entitled, "God Save America," was presented yesterday at circle meetings of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Day circles met at the church for a 1 p.m. covered-dish luncheon followed by the program which was in charge of Circle One with Mrs. Bill Crocker .as leader. Assisting with the program were Mrs. Bill Cook, Mrs. E. C. Thompson, Mrs. Addie Russell and Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. L. Q. Kenwright gave the devotional. preceding the program. Mrs. Drew Hughey presided over a business session which was opened with repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Cook. Sixteen members and one new Dell WSCS tes Course Complet Eighteen members of Dell Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church last night to complete their study course on "The Revolutionary Faith." Mrs. Lamar Wilborn was in charge of the study. In the business session, special memberships to the society were discussed and it was announced that a special drive is being made to collect hymnals which have been borrowed from the church. Mrs. Dave Cranford and Mrs. Louise Peterson were hostesses for the social hour. yesterday except for Rusty who remained for an extended visit. Mrs. Ray Gill and sons Ray and Ricky of Catron, Mo., are visiting Mrs. B. G. Gill of Dell. Mrs. Gill and sons are former Dell residents. Over the weekend Mrs. B. G. Gill and Mrs. Russell Gill visited in Potts Camp, Miss. They were accompanied to Potts Camp by Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Henderson of Dell Who are spending this week there with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardln of Dell are in Texas visiting their son, William Braxton GiU, student at Baylor university. While in Texas, they will also visit Miss Joyce Gill and Mr. and Mrs. Holice Turnbow. Perry Lee Adkisson, student at Kansas State College, spent the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. Mr. Adkisson, who will receive his Ph.D. degree from the college this spring, has accepted a Job with the University of Missouri, as cotton research insect control teacher. Mr. Adkisson joined a group of entomologists in Sikeston yesterday where they will conduct a series of Insect studies this week. Whitsitt's La Belle Shop Northeast Arkansas' Finest Collection of Better Children's Apparel linen-look 'delicacy „,, ^ v 9 60 G'^VVV sizes 7 to 14 irts, from schooldays to Sundays. coHarand sleeves. , s pearl . scan be! White .pastels, bnghts. —IMPORTANT!— Whitsitt's and Whitiitt'i LaBelle Shop will bt open each Saturday night until 9 p.m. from new until Eaiter. Makt Your fatter Selection* Howl member, Mrs. Russell, attended the luncheon-meeting which was closed with prayer by Mrs. H. H. Burnett. Rose Marlowe Circle met last night at the home of Mrs. Jack ihristy with seven members present. Mrs. Bobby Nowlin led the opening prayer with Mrs. Bill Boren conducting the business session. The program and devotional were in charge of Mrs. J. D. Eatmon. Those taking parts on the Royal Service program were Mrs. L. D. Marr, Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. Woodrow Hardy, Mrs. Boren and Mrs. Christy., Silent prayer dismissed the group. Mrs. Boren, who is moving to Flint, Mich., was honored with a miscellaneous shower during the social hour. She also .was presented a large cake inscribed with, "Good Luck Dean," which was later served with iced drinks. Dell WMU Circle Meets in Newstm Home Dorine Hawkins Circle of Otll Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. Udell Newson with Mrs. Tyner Ladner as co-hostess, last night. Fourteen members, two visitors, Mrs. C, A. Smith, WMU president, Mrs. Jess Holcomb, mission study chairman, and three new members, Mrs. Donahue, Mrs. L. C. Martin and Mrs. J. D. Iglehart, were present. Mrs. Holcomb was In charge of the program on home missions. Title of the program was, "Lord Teach Us to Pray." The program, which was opened with singing of Sweet Hour of Prayer, was presented by Mrs. Iglehart, Mrs. L. N. Hinch, Mrs. Ladner and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. C. G. Gill led the opening prayer and Mrs. Newson had charge of the business session. In the social hour the hostesses served a dessert plate. Lake Street WSCS Circles Have Meetings Circle One of Late Street Women's Society of Christian Service met at the church last night for a business meeting with Mrs. George Shanks presiding. Mrs. Cathy Robertson led the opening prayer for the 18 members present. It was announced during the bus- iness'session that the district meeting of WSCS will be helri in Jonesboro, March 1 and the North Arkansas conference of WSCS would meet in Paragould March 20-22. Mrs. Joe Thomas gave the devotional using as her topic, "Faith." She used as her scripture, reference th llth chapter of Hebrew.. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Allen Van Winkle. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth .Poff with Mrs. Ed Evans presiding. Mrs. Poff gave the devotional and Mrs. Maurice Sanders was In charge of the program. Ten members were present at this circle.. Read Courier New: Classified Ads BZtKBJrthdoy Celebrated by M. C. Cooke M. C. Cook, Sr., of Luxora celebrated his 87th birthday Sunday. A family turkey dinner was held with the house being decorated for the occasion with jonquils, white iris and tulips. The grandchildren and great- grandchildren presented Mr. Cook birthday gifts. Sixteen members of the family were present. Among them were Mrs. Clarence Volmer and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heflin and children of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke, Jr., and children of Poplar Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Royal McCullough of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. Donna Wund'erlich of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongtae returned Friday from a six-week vacation in Miami, Pla. Mrs. Welby Young was a Jonesboro visitor during the past'week. L. C. B. Young, who has been on . business trip, to Dallas and Houston, is expected home the middle of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woods were in Hot Springs and Little Rock over the weekend. In Hot Springs they attended the Chamber of Commerce dinner at Oaklawn Racing Club. On Saturday Mr. Woods attended the Board of Directors meeting of Arkansas Broadcasters Association. Mrs. H. C. Davidson of Green- ille. Miss., spent the weekend In Luxora with her mother, Mrs. Lena Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. John Enochs drove Mrs, Enochs' sister, Mrs. Jewel Price, to the airport in Memphis Sunday after spending several days visiting her and in Hot Springs. Mrs. Price's home is in Indianapolis. Mrs. Bob Reidy several days In smphls-last-week as-guwt-of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Jacobson. Bill Alexander, Southwestern stuu- dent, was home over the weekend. Osceola Scouts Have Blue And Gold Banquet OSCEOLA — One hundred and ten attended the Blue and Gold banquet Thursday evening at ele- mentapy school when Cub Scouts of Packs 231 and 222 and their parents held their annual affair. The George Washington theme was carried out in the decorations. The Rev. O. B. Moore gave the Invocation. The Rev. George T. Faison was guest speaker and saw his son, Alfred, and Jimmy Gillentine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Voy Gillentine, receive the Cub Scout's highest award, Webelos. New from '.,,.. makes your hair look born beautiful! OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Neue Starr Jl Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf was hostess Friday to her bridge club. Special guests were Mrs. Arthur Rogers and Mrs. John B. White. A dessert course preceded the bride games in which Mrs. Fred Taylor Jr., won high score and Mrs. Bob Kendrick won second. Mrs. J. W. Cartwrlght entertained Saturday, evening with a spaghetti supper followed by games of sambo. Mrs. Ed Shippen, Mrs, A. P.' Williams, Mrs. .H. J. Levenstein and Mrs. Betye Nelle Starr were seated at the dining table with. Mrs. Cartwright. Mrs. w. E. Johnson was hostess Friday to her bridge club. Mrs. Bettye Nell Starr was a guest. Butterscotch pie and coffee were served during the afternoon. In the games of bridge, Mrs. L. D. Massey won high score and Mrs. A. W. Bowen won second. Mrs. Louis George Invited as her guests Mrs. C. W. Pugh and Mrs. J. C. Bchanan when sJie enterUlned her bridge club Friday evening »t her home on West johnwn. A dessert course wi* lerved. At the Hospitals Brytheville HoyplUl Dismissed: John H. Scott, city . , Mrs. Harry Marshall, elty Jim Price, city. Mrs. S. H. Rebstock, Armorel James William King, city Richard Fullerton, city Mrs. Ward Roberts and baby, Luxora Chick»«»wb» Ho«plUl Dismissed: Sherry Cavanls, Dell Jack Bishop, city Mrs. Jimmy Medford, city . Thad Vance, Armorel Mrs. Earline Shelton, city ' Mrs. Charles Phtttfps 'and baby, citv Mrs. John Langley, city Lewis Pittman, city James Strait, city Mrs. Mary Gray, city Henderson Bolton, Steel* Mrs. Noel Shook, city E R. Pruitt, city Jerry Hill, city. Mrs. Johnny Benson, city George Dickson, city Randy Qilbow, city Alice Duncan, city Joe Burton, city Mrs. Raymond Price, city Lois Anderson and baby, city Mrs. A. D. 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