The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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PAGE FOUR Btil'i'HJiVILH (AKK.) COURIEK MEffI - Society News . i nn Mallnrv. Society Editor * Mkw MUM* Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Eighteen Members Attend WOC Executive Board Meeting , Eighteen members of the Executive Board of Women of the Presbyterian Church met yesterday at the church. 23rd Mri. George Yates opened meeting with a devotional en "God's Hand Outstretched." used ai her scripture the Psalm. CommiUee chairmen made announcements which included one by Mrs. Walter Day, church extension chairman. She announced that March is the month of evangelism and asked that the unchurched, lonely and newcomers be invited to attend the activities of the Miss Overman Wed To Tommie Skinner Miss Maxine Overman of Little Rock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Overman of Chicago and formerly of Blytheville, was married to Tommie Allen Skinner of Little Rock, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Skinner of Okmulgee, Okla., on Feb. 18. Vows were exchanged it Immanuel Baptist Church in .Little Rock with the Rev. W. 0. Vaught, Jr., officiating. Miss Sue Mitchell of Oxford, Ark., served Miss Overman as maid of honor snd only feminine attendant. Billy Cooper of Melborne was best man. The couple will make their home Ja Little Rock where both are employed. ,,,.,.>.., ..~s. Russell Mosley, Christian She! education chairman, asked that families attend prayer services during this month. It was announced by Mrs. C. M. Gray, president, that Arkansas College choir will be at the Presbyterian Church here April 22 and she also armounced that the district WOC conference would be held in Paragould on March 22. Board members voted to send » book to Booneville Sanitarium. Plans were made for special observances of Week of Spiritual Enrichment which begins on March 25. Mrs. Gray said that each woman of the church will be presented devotional leaflets for that week and that an out-of-town speaker will be present for the observances. Repeating of the Mizpah dismissed the 18 members. Wonderfully Young St. Patrick's Day Theme for WSCS Lunch Individual tables held centerpieces of St. Patrick's Day hats filled with daffodils and pussy willow yesterday for the First Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service monthly luncheon. Circle Five with Mrs, Riley Jones a* chairman, was in charge ol arrangement* for the luncheon Following the meal a program and business session were conducted. Mrs. J. W. Adams served as pianist for the afternoon with Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. Dick White presentnig the program on "True TJiscipleslup." Mrs. F. E. Scott was in charge of the business session at which time she and Mrs. L. E. Old were selected as delegates to attend the district WSCS conference at Paragould; March 20-22. Selected aa .alternates were Mrs. Hlldred Bunch and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. Mrs. B. A. Lynch read a. list of local deceased members who will be honored at a memorial service at the conference. Mrs. A. C. Haley dismissed the meeting. Bits of News itloittu I erSonai Calvary WMU Has Lottie Moon Week of Prayer Two-Part Program Calvary Women's Missionary Union met yesterday afternoon at the church for a two-part program in observance of Mrs. Beulah Miller is undergoing ooservation at Memphis Baptist Hospital after having been stricken ill while visiting her son in Waynesboro, Penn. She was flown Memphis Sunday and is in Hoom 622 M. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sjiif spent Sunday in Sikeston visiting relatives. Mrs. Harry W. Hataes and Mrs. E. R. Mason spent yesterday in Memphis. Also in Memphis yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. S. E. Dunkley is spending 1 today in Memphis visiting her mother, Mrs. I. Q. Alexander. . Mr. and Mrs. Willard Glover and Mrs. Beulah McLeod have,returned from a week's vacation In Beloit, Wise. En route to Beloit they visited Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Glover in Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Colice Glover and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parbes in Rockford, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woolums in Harrison,' 111. Mrs. Mary Hopkins, who is a patient in Blytheville Hospital following surgery, is now allowed to have visitors. She is in Room 305. Lottie Moon Week of Prayer. Mrs. Buddy Corkran was program chairman. The devotional was given by each member reading a scripture verse. Silent prayer followed ie devotional. A panel discussion was the first art o( the program with Mrs. Dale arner, Mrs. Mac Eagan, Mrs. Faye orner, Mrs. Luther Hodges, Mrs. loyd Crecilius and Mrs, W. F. 'Neal participating. Prayers led during this discussion ere by Mrs. Claude Rowland, Mrs. enneth Wardlaw, Mrs. Carl Johnm and Mrs. Garner. Singing of the hymn, "Sweet Hour f Prayer," opened the second ses- 8342 By Sue Burnett As pretty »nd fresh as a spring morning. The popular basque dress that juniors adore. Have a square neckline, or add collar and cuffs. Pattern No. 8342 is in sizes 9 11. 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Size 11, shorl sleeve, 4y B yards of 35 inch. For tills 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, HI. Don't miss the spring & summer 56 issue of Basic FASHION, our pattern catalog that contains a va- nct yof attractive, up to the minute syles for all size ranges. Send 25 cens now. Coming Events TUESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at Hotel Noble with Mrs. BUI Hodge, as hostess, 7:30 p.m. Exempler Chapter meeting at home of Mrs. Jack Owen, 7:30 pm. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Cheste^ Caldwell. American Legion Auxiliary meeting Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. Russell H. Farr. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Burks. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Garden Department of Woman's Club meeting at clubhouse, 3:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Wise. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. E. Cherry. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H O. Partlow. THURSDAY Altrusa Club meeting. Emanon Club meeting with Mrs. Nick Powers. Thursday Club meeting with M<-s R. H. Kirby. Kings Daughters Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home of M-s W. P. McCormick, 2000 Hearn, 7:30 p.m. Yarbro PTA having study course, 7:30 p.m. Fifty Couples Attend University Club Dance Approximately 50 couples attended the University Club dance at Hotel Noble Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Moore, Mr, and Mrs. John E. Regenold and Mr and Mrs. Everett Peterson *ere hosts. During the evening refreshments were served from a table centered with a St. Patrick's Day centerpiece Guests at the dance were Mr and Mrs. Charles Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Mi-, and Mrs Jerry Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly, Gene Butler, Miss Sue Porter, Bill Williams, Miss Marjorie Hale, David Gorman, Miss Barbara Monaghan, Chester Caldwell, Harry C. Farr, Louis Lynch, Mr. and Mrs Vance Alexander, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Russell Phillips, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Ernest McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Car Wlcklund, Maj. and Mrs. William Kettler and Capt. and Mrs. Ted Grimm. Mrs. McKinnon Presides at Altar Society Mrs. R. J. McKinnon presidec last night when Altar Society o Immaculate Conception Church met in the school hall. Reports were given by Mrs. John Perking secretary, and Mrs. C. D Hood, treasurer. In observance of Bible month Lne program presented was on th life of Jesus. Prayers were give by Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs Eearens. Enhonte fhe Personality of four Windows ... Put New Beauty Into Yovr Room* ncommenaea IG< every IYP* o* window t>ecau$e •( Owe beamy »nd •rttpUHllTV Nourje*... •o cora* and thar moaerri weriicai ronsuuc- kon Areas tigm to any part m me room « il •ten* comoiei. privacy •rrftntn ucnfianf UgtK. Phons 3-4863 HOPE YOUNG Bl)lh«vill«, Ark.MM ThetaRho Girls Attend Supper in Caruthesville Members of Blytheville Thet. Rho Club were in Caruthersvil last night to attend a potluck sup per given by the Caruthersvil; Theta Rho Club. Following supper the evening wa spent in dancing and picture mak ing. Blytheville members were accom panied by their sponsors, Mrs. Ear McGregor and Mrs. Ernest John son, Ull. Taking part* this time were Mrs. Rowland, Mrs. Fred Burgeson, Mrs. aymond Bomar, Mrs. H. J. Pondren nd Mrs. Clara Pruitt. Mrs. Bill Campbell and Mrs. Fred hllbrook led In prayer with the ismissal prayer being given by Mrs .owland. Darol Lloyd Claims Bride In California In a ceremony solemnized reentry in Lynwood, Calif., Miss Wellie LaVernne Hisaw, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hisaw of ..ynwood. became the bride of Darol W. Lloyd, son of Mrs. J. A. Lloyd f Blytheviile. The couple exchanged vows at Central Garden Baptist Church in jynwood with the Rev. R. H. Co- urn officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown f tulle over taffeta. The bodice of he gown, which featured short leeves and low cut neckline, was attached to a skirt which was pleat d. Her veil was held by a tierra ol seed pearls. She carried a bouquel of gardenias centered with a single vhite orchid. Miss Leta Hisaw, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joyce Pip er, Mrs. Bettye Lund and Miss Do reen Ca'rmichael. Janice Wilkinson served as flow er girl and Mark Coburn, nephew of the groom, served as ringbear- r. John Trexel acted as- Mr. Lloyd'i best man and ushers were Normar Corwin and J. A. Lloyd, Jr., anc Julius Lloyd, brothers of the groom Mrs. Alice Bilhimer was organist and Holland Jacks soloist. The couple are now making their home at 1212 Garden Street, San jUis Obispo, Calif. . Auxiliary rtas Meeting nDunlapHome 3ever!y Humphrey Celebrates -oiirth Birthday Beverly Ann Humphrey, daugh .er of Mrs. Billy Humphrey o Blytheville and Pvt. Billy Hum ihrey of the armed forces in Ger iiany, celebrated her fourth birth day with a party at the home o -,er grandmother, Mrs. Dave Al [en. Sunday afternoon. Fifteen of her friends attendei uie party and were served birthda; :ake and ice cream. Mrs. Humphrey, Mrs. ASlen am Mrs. Walter Jones were hostesse [or the affair. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Judy Jones, city Leahman Gean, city Chickasawb* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Simpson, city Mrs. Harold Hodge, city Mrs. George Calhau, city Fred Sandefur, city Mrs. M. George, city Clyde Webb, city H"L. Tackett, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Marjorie Ford, city Harvey Tillman, Jr., Tomato Mrs. Sam Fincher, Manila Malta Moody, Rt. 3, city Stub Perry, Et. 1, city extra tiny, extra light hearing aid with dime-size earphone Mimolvre Zenith earphone ts startling!? liny and 0jM'" '*«ishl> y«l if reproduces Zemttr's wide range of *auft<4 Qutpirt with re. morkobl* clarity 1 HKARING AID , Here is truly tiny size «nd light weight in a highest-quality.'top performing hearing aid. New 4-tranSis- tor Zenith circuit K combined with smaller, more efficient compontsnls to assure superb ne* performance. New Miniature Permaphane^ • Smart Gold-color«d Anodntd Caie e Fingertip Voliim. Cenfrel ' • Sensitive 4-Way Ten* Control " ' ' , con be worn m a woman's hair. . , 910 W. Walnut Blyrhsvillt DtaUr — Mrs.H. L Harp Woman's Auxiliary of St. St«hen's Episcopal Church met last ight at the home of Mrs. Dale unlap with nine members pres- nt. Mrs. Robert I. Thomspon gave he program on, "Observing Lent,' nd Mrs. J. E. Klllett presented the evotlonal using the yearly topic The Witness of a Worshipping ommunity." At the conclusion of the business esslon, at which Mrs. E. J. Cure resided, the hostess served refresh- icnta. New Members, Visitors at WMU Meeting Mr«. Freddy Robert* was a visitor and Mrs. Carl Sandusky and Mri. Johnny Buchanan were new mem- aers yesterday when Women's Missionary of First Baptist Church held a luncheon and Royal Service program. The program was presented by members of Circle Six. Mrs. Robert Houmes gave the devotional and Mrs. L. H. Autry, Mrs. C. L. Evans and Mrs. Ted Brown took parti on the community missions program. Prayers were led by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. W. Marion Wiiliams, Mrs. C. I*. McWaters, Sr., and Mrs. Tom Jackson. Mrs, Kendall Berry presided. over the business session at which time it was announced that the state convention will be held in Camden on April 3. • Baptist BWC Circles Have 'rogram Meetings Business Women's Circles ol 'irst Baptist Church met las' ight. Circle Eight met at the home o Irs. H. C. Blankenship with ten lembers present. Mrs. Allen Rushing was in harge of the business session with ic hostess presenting the Roya" orvice program. The home mission program wa« eaded by Mrs. John Tyrone wit] 11 members present taking parts Juring the evening Dr. Edna Nle, ed in prayer. Circle Nine with seven members resent met at the home of Mrs. Alvin Lane. Mrs. Fletcher King led the open- ng prayer with Mrs. Ben Mays •iving the program. Closing prayer .'as given by Mrs. Ltlcian Gaines. Mrs. Bill Stancil Was hostess to :;rcle Ten. Opening prayer was given by liss Mickey Allen with Mrs. Ted King giving the devotional. Mrs. itancil was program chairman and Miss Cliffie Overman gave the dismissal prayer. atsy Ross Honored on Sixth Birthday Patsy Lee Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ross, was honored m her sixth birthday Saturday with i party. Patsy's birthday cake, which was i doll wearing a frosted ruffle skirt, along with ice cream were served to the 18 children present. A special guest was, the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Lois Hawkins. Coffee Given ForBAFB Wives Club Newcomers Blytheville Air Force Base Officers Wives Club held its monthly coffee Friday morning for newcomers to the club. The affair was given at the home of Mrs. Pat Hungerford with Mrs. Maggie Hutchinson and Mrs. Harriett Connors as hostesses. Assorted doughnuts and coffee vere served buffet style from a table holding a St. Patrick's - day centerpiece of a giant shamrock. Newcomers attending the coffee were Mrs. Jean Kridie, Mrs. Loraine Wolfe, Mrs. Helena Hiut, J*irs. Jane Thomason, Mrs. Noreen Singleton, Mrs. Kay Frank, Mrs. Betty Day, Mrs. Vi Hines, Mrs. Barbara Hanft, Mrs. June Gray, Mrs. Jeanne Clark, Mrs. Laren Lauvhan, Mrs. Arleen Walsh. Others were Mrs. Darlene Keenan, Mrs. Peggy Stout, Mrs. Jerry Smith, Mrs. Cissie Jackson, Mrs. Carolyn Brumfield. Mrs. Jackie Benzel, Mrs. Doris Deschants, Mrs. Aurirey Thomai and Mrs. Nancy Codron. Girl Scouts Entertain With Tea TDMPAT, MAUCK I, IHt High School Students Give Guild Program Thirty Oirl Scouta entertained their mothers and guest* with a tea Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Ark-Mo Power Company demonstration kitchen in the company's general office. The girls were members of Troop 13, Mrs. Charles Czeschin, Jr., leader, and Troop 16, Mrs. C. E. Graves, leader. Special guests were Mrs. Olfen O. Ladd, president; Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, vice-president and Mrs. William Wyatt, secretary, of the Lone Troop Association. The tea was given to recognize completion of a six-week course of cooking instructions which makes participants eligible to earn cooking badges. These classes were conducted for the Scouts by Helen Karr, home service director for Ark.Mo. : The Girl Scouts prepared the dessert and were hostesses for the occasion. High Khool student* w«r« guests last night and -prtHoM the program when Wenlejrta fcrr. ice Guild of Fir«t Mtthodlit Church met. Roger Suaoury. Glenn Ladd and, David Warren were the itudenU giving the program on "The Chrlt- tian Witness In * World of 8tru«- gle." . "Ventures in Dlsoipleship" wai the devotion*! given by Miss Monta Hughes. ' , . Twenty-two members, two new members, Mrs. Frances Hardeaty and Miss Mary Alice Stover,' ud one visitor, Mrs. Graham Sudbury. were present at the monthly meeV Mrs. Jewell Featherston, MiSi Alice Marie Ross and Mrs. OertW dine Listen were hostesses in the souial liuur*-* Bead Courier New* Classified Ad*. THEATRE On W. 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