The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
Page 4
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fAOI FOUR (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. XOVEMBBR I, 1W4 - Society News — a Ann Mnllnrv Sni>ipt.V Editor * Pholl Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Luncheon Held At Church by Baptist WMU Th« Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church held a potluck luncheon at the church yesterday followed by a 2 p.m. business meeting. There were 60 members, two vis^ itors, Mrs. Larry Katz and Mrs. Dick Bednar, and there new members, Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Mrs. bers, Mrs. Rosco Crafton, Mrs. Bob Metcalfe and Mrs. Sally Hutchinson, present. Mrs. Kendall Berry presided over the business session and the meeting was opened with the group repeating the watchword followed by group singing. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr.. gave the reports. Mrs. H. H. Brooks gave the scripture reading and a solo was presented by Mrs. Harold Davis. Mrs. C. L. Evans was in charge of the program, "New Roads to Rhodesia," and those taking parts were Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., Mrs. W. J. Rodgers, Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Darrell Lunsford. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Lunsford. Susan Scherer Hag Birthday Party Here Mrs. Leon Scherer entertained her daughter. Susan Ann. on her ninth birthday yesterday with a party at Lake street Methodist Church. The 16 guests spent the afternoon playing games and favors of whistles and balloons were presented. A birthstone ring was presented Susan Ann at the, party by her par- ants. At the conclusion of the games refreshments of blriiiday cake and iced drinks were served. Mrs. Scherer was assisted in serving by Mrs. Joe Atkins. Glamour Bridal Togs By Sue Burnett For her favorite doH. Plnn now on making this lovely set of brides' clothes and have ready for the holidays. A complete outfit. Pattern No. 8B85 is for dolls 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 inches. Consult pattern for exact yardages. 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, Buslc FASHION. The tall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. St. Stephen's Auxiliary Plans Potluck Supper Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Condition of R. L. Galnes who has been ill at his home at Hall Moon for the past several weeks is Church,' meeting 'last night at the reported to be Improved. j p nr | s t]' House for their monthly Tommy Burnham who underwent [ business session, brought gifts for surgery at Campbell's Clinic In I the World Community Dny offering Memphis Saturday Is now at his to be taken Friday at First Meth- home. I otlist Church. Mrs A H Webb Rnrt Mrs R V 1' hc offering, to be sent to war Mall'oV' "eEnding ^ay' £ | C™ "^^^^^ Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Don Pranks and family of New Burnswick, N. J.. left for their home In New Burnswick this morning after having spent several days here visiting Mrs. Pranks' mother, Mrs. carra Pruitt, and her sister, Mrs. Ona Peoples. Mrs. C. W- Affllck returned today from West Hartford, Conn., where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Hartlgan, Mr. Hartlgan and family. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Mrs. Darren Lunsford and Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove were In Manila last night to aUmd the afisociatlonal meeting or the Young Women's Auxiliary of Baptist Churches. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray entertained with a oUnnor Sunday honoring their sons, Eugene, on his birthday and Lloyd, who has Just returned from * tour of duty In Korea. Carol Lee Ashby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ashby, underwent major surgery at Baptist Hospital In Memphis yesterday. She is In Room 304 and Is not allowed to have visitors. Her condition Is reported to be critical. Carol Lee was hurt while playing ball In the yard of hor home when a ball bat struck her on the head. Mrs. Elton Klrby and Mrs. W. L. Horncr are In Memphis today to Visit Mrs. H. K. Smith who is a patient at Campbell's Clinic. Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mr*. C. C. Councllle visited their father. Joe P. Pride, Sr., who is a patient In Kennedy Veterans Hospital In Memphis. Sunday. His condition Is reported to be unchanged. Mrs. J. C. Cole and sons, Jimmy and Lane, of San Antonio, Tex., and Kelly Travis of Dallas, Tex, are guests of Mrs. J. K. Travis and daughter, Mrs. Irene Davis, imd other friends. Mrs. Cole is the former Miss Patsy Travis of here. R. K. Wright and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of King Solomon, Alaska, where the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor, Mrs. Lilly Slsk and George Wright. Misses Cnrolyn Wilson and Vera Haynes, students at Blue Mountain College, were the weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes. Mary Ellen HuKhes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R. D. Hllfihes, Jr., who has been a patient in the Chlcka- sowba Hospital, is now at her horns. Mrs. Crawford Noble and Mrs. Arthur Vance spent yesterday in Memphis. is being sponsored by the Blytheville Council of Church Women. Routine business reports were mnde by various officers find Miss Josephine S h 1 b 1 e y , devotional chairman, gave the devotional and benediction. Plans also were made during the evening for a parish pot-luck supper to be held at the Parish House on the night of Nov. 16. Mrs. Fred S. Saliba was named as chairman of the committee In charge of arrangements for the affair. Presbyterian Executive Board Meets at Church Executive Board of the Women of the Presbyterian Church met In the social room of the church yesterday afternoon. In the absence of the president, Mrs. n/>.ss Stevens vice-president, presided over the mo.ctlny. Mrs. George Yntcs opened the meeting with a devotional and prayer was offered by Mrs. Zal Harri- in. MrK. Jerry Hord, Inter-church [lid chairman, reminded the group of World Community Day, Friday at First Methodist Church and of the packets of clothing to be presented nt that time. Mrs. James Manly, chairman of literature, announced Church Paper Week, Nov. 7-14. It was announced that two mare duffle hafts of used clothing had been sent over seas tn Korea thi'dil- the Church World Service. The board decided with the approach- Ing holiday season to move up the time of the regular meeting In December by one week. At the conclusion of the business session refreshments were served by Mrs. J. A. Saliba. At the Hospitals nlylhovlllr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dewey Wilson. Roselnnd Mrs. W. T. Jones, Cooler Clllekasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mary Ellen Hughes, city Andrew Bnidlny, city Mrs. Harry Wheat, city Mrs. John Hill and baby, clly Mrs. Willis Smith ami baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Abe Martin, city Sid Wnlker, Number Nine Dorothy Rodgcrs, city DAILY FACIALS — To protect and soften her hands, this young housewife applies a rich hand cream (left). Using a small amount she strokes it on, massaging her fingers, knuckles and wrists, so that the cream has a chance to do a thorough job. Next she starts the dry condition of her complexion, she'll use the cleansing cream instead of extra soap and water cleansings untU her skin retains its softness. Just before going to sleep, she applies a nongreasy, sweet scented face cream (right) which, when left on overnight, has a a . , to remove her make-up (center) with cleansing cream. Because of moisturizing effect on her skin, to conteract dryness. Coming Events Tuesday The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. T. A. Foigcr nt 7:30 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 1:30 Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at, T.30 p.m. with Mrs. Roland Bishop, 514 S. Second. Miss Billic Sue Burks is co-hostess. Wednesday National Guard wives meet with Mrs. Bill Fraser at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. M. N. Nunn entertains Town and Country Club. Mrs. Dick Shanks has Vendredi Bridge Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Mrs. Paul Jobe has Club Eight. Thursday The Mary-Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Churct will meet with Mrs. W. L. Ferguson, 528 N. W. Parkway, at 7 p.m Miss Marie Harnlsh Is co-hostess. Mrs. Sally Freeman has Chllllon Club. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertains La Nueve Cluh, Mrs. Alex Curtis has Kibitzer Hub. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting. Mrs. Chester Caldwell entertains ThursdHV Contract Club, Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. Harry W. Haincs. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains Friday Contract Club. Blythevllle Garden Club meets at 2:30. Mrs- Charles Ray Newcomb Is In charge of program and Mrs. J. Quality Brick 3-Bed rooms Seldom is s home like this one at 1040 W. Ash St. put on the market, since it was built to owner's specifications for his permanent home. Only first grade materials were used In construction. Large (15x24) living room, dining room and entrance hall are carpeted wall to wall. Kitchen is complete Tdth GE dishwasher and disposal!. GE automatic baseboard heat Has RuniKC. •oreened porch, breakfast room and many other desirable fea- tnres not found In a house built by a speculative builder. Thr owners really want to sell now, so call for nn appointment to fee this home. the young point of view in shoes present* BEAUTY IN BABY LIZARD Finely marked lizard skins in fall's newest pumps. Choose your favorite heel, your favorite style ... Perfect with tweeds and wools. Luxury fashion at a welcome $10 95 Sport Rust SONS I SHOES! Weskyan Guild Has Meeting at MethodistCburch Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church met at the church last night for a business and social meeting. There were 25 members and three guests present. Mrs. George Wiggs presided over the business meeting and a talk on "India, Pakistan and Ceylon," was given by Mrs. H. C. Bunch. The program was in charge of Mrs: Dellal Lancaster. Mrs. James N. White gave the devotional. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger, a guest of the group, dismissed with prayer and refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs. Anfs Howard. E. Halsell will hold a workshop on corsage making. Chapter N PEO meets with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., at 2 p.m. World Community Day will be observed at First Methodist Church by Blytheville Council of Church Women beginning at 2 p.m. Ynrbro Annual Harvest Supper (it Yarbro Club House from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday University Club meets at Hotel Noble. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson. A business meeting will be held at 8:30 p.m. Yorbro WSCS Prepares for Harvest Supper The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Charlie Krutz last night with 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. John R. Krutz, present. Mrs. Carl Burton wns in charge of the program and also led the opening prayer and group sinking. The devotional was given by Mrs. Bonnie Hammond. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Monroe Besrmrse, Mrs. Lillian Lloyd and Mrs. Vernice Brfster. Plans were discussed for the annual harvest supper which will be held at the Yarbro Club House Friday night from 5 to 8 p.m. Proceeds will go for the improvement of the church. Methodist WSCS Hears Report on Fourth Assembly Circle Three of Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church entertained 75 members of this group with a luncheon in Fellowship Hall yesterday. Tables where the guests were seated were centered with arrangements of yellow and white chrysanthemums. Circle Two was in charge of the program and the devotional was given by Mrs.-R. B. Stout- Mrs. Fred Steadman spoke on the Fourth Assembly of the Women's Society of Christian Service held In Mihv kce. Wise. Mrs. L. E- Old presided over the business session which followed the Bridge and Canasta Party Sponsored by the Catholic Ladies Catholic Hall Nov. 4 — 8:00 P.M. Handsome Prizes Admission $1.00 For Reservations Phone: Mrs. G. 0. Poetz 3-GSol or Mrs. Frank Wagner 3-6217 That old time in this new kind of instant! Now you can put flavor first on your list of reasons why you prefer an instant coffee. 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