The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 9, 1954
Page 4
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•AOS POUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News - i. Ann Malluvv. Socintv Rditor * Pho MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 High Sclxjol PTA Program to Be Held Tonight The program announced for the high school Parent-Teachers As- •oclation meeting will be held tonight st 7:30. High School a-capella choir under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry will furnish music and a pjnel discussion will be conducted by the board of education. A visit to the children's home rooms will be made by parents at the conclusion of the meeting. Fatlyers Guest At Meeting of Bandmotbers Fathers of Blytheyille High School Band members were guests ol honor last night when the Band- mothers Club held its regular monthly meeting. The swing band presented a con- «rt at the beginning ol the program and Mrs. Charlie Brogdon presided over the business session. Robert Llpscomb, band director, live a report on the progress ot the band through the years he has been here. A social hour was ncld tt the conclusion of the program. Gleaners Class Conducts Meeting In Logan Home Gleaners Sunday School Class of Mrst Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Max Logan last night. Mrs. Hubert Seymore was co-hos- tni. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford presided over the business session when plans were made for a Christmas party. Tne devotional was given by Mrs. Quincy Alexander and n social hour followed. Amanda Tinkle YWA Meets Amanda Tinkle Young Women's Auxiliary of Dell Baptist church met >t the home of Mrs. Ed Hardin l»st night with six members present. Miss Camellta Hinch wns In charge of the program and these assisting here were Misses Laverne Rigby, Pauline Ballard. Ernia Bal- Itrd and Jeannette Henderson. A business session was conducted with Miss Henderson in charge and Mrs. Hardin dismissed the group with prayer. At the conclusion ot the meeting the -hostess served refreshments.. Togs For Toddlers Bits of News! i Mr. and Mrs. A. A. PredrlcKson and children left last night (or Jacksonville, Fla., where they will make their home. Dr. Jack Webb is auendlnn the eye. ear, nose and throat section ot Southern Medical Convention in St. Louis. He will return home Friday. Russell Hays is in Dallas, Tex., on a business trip. Ail-man 2/c and Mrs. Charles Booker left yesterday lor Riverside. Calif., where Airman Booker will be stationed. Mrs. Hooker has lien visiting her parents, Mr. and MLS. Frank Wagner, and Airman Booker has been stationed in San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Clair Miller \vns In Memphis last night to attend the Tennessee Hairdressers Convention at Hotel Pea body. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weaver are tlie parents of a daughter born yesterday at'.vba Hospital. Mrs. E. O. Lovell, Rex Lovcll and Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson are In Jackson, Tenn., today to attend the funeral services for Ellis Adlsmuke. Condition of Carol l/>e Ashby, who underwent major surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis last v/eek. Is reported to be Improved. She Is in Room 304 and Is now allowed to have visitors. Her mother, Mrs. Prank Ashby, Is with her, Mrs. Alma McNelll left Saturday night for Dallas, Tex., where she will spend six weeks with her son. Joe McNelll, and Mrs. McNelll. She Is recuperating trom a major eye operation she underwent In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons spent Sunday in Bikcston visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes Crook are the parents of a son born last night nt the Chicknsawlm Hospital. The baby who has been named George Barnes, Jr., has two sisters, Jeanne Ann and Carol Sue. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mr. and Mrs R. O. Henry spent the weekend In Oxford, Miss. ,as the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Friend. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Muntiinger ot Convoy, 0.. and Mi', and Mrs. Leslie Frane of Fort Wayne, Ind., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hnlself. Jr. Presbyterian Circles Have Bible Study Circles of First Presbyterian Church met In homes of members yesterday alternoon. C'irclc One met with Mis. Jerry Hord with Mrs. Gordon Harris as co-hostess. There were 12 members present. Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty taught the Bible stiirty. Eleven members were present when Circle Two met with Mrs Qlyrie Wilson. Mrs. It. L. Johnson Have the Bible study. Circle Three met with Mrs. L. G. Mush and Mrs. U-slle Hooper was co-hostess. There were 10 mcmbern present when Mvs. C. M. Gray taudht the Bible study. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. C. C. Smith were hostesses to 10 members ot Circle Pour. Mrs. Smith gave the Bible study. Circle Five met last night with Mrs. George Dtlahunty with Mrs Mike Simon eo-hoate-ss. There were 15 members present. The Bible study was taught by Mrs. Walter Day and Mrs. Russell Mosley was in charge of the program. ^ Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. W^ C. Leggett and Mrs. Marie Burns were hostess to Circle Six at the flugg home last night. There were 10 members and one guest,. Mrs. G. W. Dllahunty, present. Mrs. Dlllahunty gave the Bible study. By Sue Burnett Easy to sew clothes for little folks. Dainty dress and undies for; sister; simple romper for a small boy. , Pattern No. 8763 is in sizes 6 mos., I, 2. 3, 4 years. Size 1, dress, l',2 yards of 36-inch; underwear, I 3 ,; yards; romper, ft yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevillei Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The fall and winter '54 Issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. Coming Events TUESDAY Delta Kappa Gnmmn meeting »t Dixie Pig at 7:30 p. m. Miss Alice Marie floss and Miss Minnie Foster, hostesses. Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beln Sigma Phi has model meeting at Mrs. Ray Harrison, N. Frtmylln, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Ben Abbott Is co- hostess. Love Group of First Chrk&tlnn Church meets with Mrs. George Cross, 8 p. m. WEDNESOAY NOW Club meets with Mrs. Joe Muc Hester, 7:30 p.m. Svidbury PTA meets at school at 3 p. m. Executive Board meets 2:30 p. m. Chapter D. PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. E. F. Still, Mrs. C. S. Stevens is co-hostess. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe entertaining TLE Bridge Club with dinner party at 7 p. m. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Charlie Rose. Mrs. Lay Welch entertains Club Eight. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. C. C. Smith. City Council of Beta Slgnm Phi meets with Mrs. E. L. Hopes nl, 625 Parkway. 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY BurdeUe PTA meets at 1 p.m., high school auditorium. Club 28 meet* at Legion Hut, 8 p.m. Hosts are Mr. nnd Mrs, C. E, Cripper. Mr. and Mrs. S. E- Tune and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old. Deborah Sundny School Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Leslie Moore, <>:30 p.m. Trinity Lottie Moon YWA meets w;th Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibitzer Club. Chilllon Club meets with Mrs. Mfiry HaUleld. GEO Club meets with Mrs. W H. O'Keefe. Mrs. Leonard Oldhnm entertains Ln Nucve Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets, Mrs. C. G. Caudill entertains Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. Bob Logan. Mrs. George Anderson entertains Vendredt Bridge Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. DAR Meeting To Be Held In Memphis The William Strong Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 11 a.m. Friday at Hotel Pcabody In Memphis with a luncheon at 12,:30 p.m. Delegates to the suit* conlercnce which will be held at Hot Springs in January will be elecUil. Mrs. Davis M. Biggs, regent, will preside over the meetings and Mississippi Countiims attending are Mrs. Horace E. Moore, Jr., state corresponding secretary; Mrs. M. S. B.irblefs, Mr.s. D. H,, Blackvvood, Mrs 11. B. Jones, Mrs. a. B. Se- grnves, Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Miss I Ann Massey. Mrs. E. R. Bogan, Mr.s. T. F. Ilutson, Mrs. J. T. Polk and Miss Ruth S. Massey. Nazorene Circles Have Mission Study at Church TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1954 Baptist WMU Association To Have Meet The Worte-s 1 Council ol th« Women's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Churokei -will meet at GoSnell Baptlit Church Friday. The devotional will be given by the Osceola group who will al» give the president's message. Conferences wi! be under the direction of Mrs. H. White, community missions; Mrs. C, L. Evans, mission study; Mrs. C. R. Newcomb, stewardship, and Mrs. D. Lunsford. young peope's work. The Bev. John D. Gearing -will deliver the sermon followed by » luncheon. The missionary story will be given by Wilson Baptist Church. At the conclusion of the meeting, an executive board meeting will be held. NEW SHOE LOOK — Fashion presents an opep and shut case for autumn's new shoes. The pump in calf leather (upper left) has long, slim line and tapered toe paired with short heel. Throat has criss-cross overlap design. Coal black suede (upper center) is used for open sandal with closed toe and a symmetrical banding. Dane- Inn shoe (upper right) is In brilliant iridescent red kid. The triple stripping Is carried up and around the ankle to form a sling back opening. Leather texture In a monochromatic look (lower left) appears In the opera pump. Here, three leathers are used, with taupe suede for body and heel of the shoe and alligator and calf for cut underlays. Closed look In stripping sandal (lower center) creates effect of tapered toe and high throt-line. These are brilliant blue kid. Magic mule (lower right) hugs the foot because of its elasticized raised inner sole. These washed-gold mules are worn with black velvet toreador pants lor dressy at-home evenings. Textured leathers are new to shoes this fall. Women Wont To Know They're Loved If your husband snores II may be Just a sign thai he loves -you, says a British physician who has put, forth the theory that snoring may Group .sinking opened this meeting followrd wtlh prayer by Mrs. EWa Lawrence. Mr.s. Opal Lambert gave the devotional UIK uevuuoiiiu. Mis. Dorothy Hnlfoi'rt taught the mission sUirty iviul the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Pear- dine Hooper. Louise Chapmnn Chapter met at the church tost night when Mrs. ! Harold Thompson, Sr., was in char- I The meeting was opened with group singing and Mrs. Roy Gallics led in opening prayer. Miss Don-is Payne gave the dcvo- lionnl and the mission study was In light by Mrs. Jimmy Quick. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Dan Roberts. If you avoid looking in the bottom ot the coffeepot, take a Rlance, That brown stain can be taken off nnd will make the coffee | taste better. Be careful in scouring ' ones with built-in electric elements. When you use the aluminum double boiler, put one-half teaspoon of (cveftin of Uivinr in the bottom half 1 to keep It from discoloring:. Other I aluminum, pans may be cleaned by boiling water with cream of If you love to wear blue, pass by navy this winter. Try. for a chanpe. n rich dark-bhie-anrt-black tweed. Perfect with blnck and gray accessories and not so uniform as nnvy. Of all weird home remedies for crying while peeling onions—keeping a silver spoon in your mouth, or a piece of bread—the obvious Is the best. Peel 'em under the running water in your sink. If you look closely at the label on your box of dry milk, you'll find that you can whip it like cream with an electric mixer. A budget- minded topping for desserts. MJius-wvsr? THEN IT'S MAYTAG fOH YOUI 129.95 Adami Appliance Co. Inc. ARTHRITIS? I hof« b*«n wonderfully bletied In being Tailored to active lift after baing crlppUd in ntoi\) «v«ry joint In my body and with •tot Color I0f<ncii trom head to foot. I hod Rheumatoid Arthritii and other for mi onVlst w.rc i«t. limited vpoc* proKibi'i telling you m<x« n*r* but if yo* will writ* me, I will reply *t once and t*H you Kow I received hSii wonderful rvttel Mrs. Lelq S. Wier M05 Arbor Milli Onvc - 55 P.O. Bo» J695 Jotlior, 7,' Mi.miippl A PLOUGH PRODUCT Friendship Class Conducts Meeting Mrs. James Gardner was hostess 10 the Friendship Class of First Baptist Church at her home last night. There were 15 members present. The business session was presided over by Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., and Mrs. Robert McHaney gave the devotional. Mrs. Bob Metcalfe dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. be "bused on race memory and that | Read Courier News Classified Ads iiUvlstically ths male made the noise At The Hospitals Btythevtlle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Earl Knippte and baby, City Peggy Stafford, Caruthersville Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: James A. Anderson, City Mack Pratt, City Ellen Hughes, City Mrs. D. A. Cleghorn, City Will Sykes, City , Barbara Lee Berry, Cooler C. F. Childcrs, Lauderdale, Tenn. keep from to marauders the den." If snoring Is a Mrs. Lawrrncr sign of love — it's one most women would prefer to do without. And here are a lew others most women don't appreciate: A hu-sbimd's being so content with his home life that he never wants to swap his battered loafers for his dancing shoes. Wanting to stay home every night might be R sign of love but it is about in a class with snoring so far as ..wives arc: concerned. Borne men even think the fuel they married a woman ought to be , proof enough they love her. But no I woman is willing to settle for anj final sign of love. Women want to | hear often that they are loved. NoW and then there Is a husband who gets 11 into his head that, the fact that he never worries his wife with his troubles is a sign of his love. But women have no truck with such R notion. If their husba nds are worried, they want to know why. Another sign of love that is almost sure to grow Irksome With the years Is a man's Insistence that only his wife can cook to please him. it loses its fippeal as soon as it dawns on his wife that however pretty the compliment the end result is that she never gets taken out to dinner Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission ISc & 35c At All Times TUES., WED., & THURS. Double Feature VICTOR MMIIRE • PIPER UURIE NILUtM BENBIX • VINCENT PRICE —AND— AIANIADD SHEUEY WINTERS "SASKATCHEWAN' * UNIVERSAL- INURNA1ICML PIC1U8E CaHoon "Super Snooper" the famous 10-timer all this SPORT COAT WATCHING SUCKS CONTRAST SUCKS REVERSIBtE VEST Every mother will be proud of this value-buy! Every boy will weir it 10 different ways. CHIPS new "natural" tiiloring in ill wool <XM nnd matching trousers; contrast rayon and acetite gabardine iltckt, and reversible button front vest (UNcrsall corduroy on one side, rayon gabardine on the other), Choice of tweeds, splash and heather weaves. Navy, brown, charcoal, grey, blw. M8".. $ 37 50 Martin's Mens Store "Everything For Men and Boyi" Do not stick a fork down in the oaster to get the toast out. It will break the electric filament. If you must toast thick rolls or small slices ol bread, do it in the broiler or set the pop-up device up so that it jumps the toast right out. Baptist WMU Mission Study Program Given Fifty-two members and one guest, Mrs. Russell Baugh, were present yesterday when the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church held an all-day mission study program. Mrs. E. L. Hale presided over thft meeting which was opened with repeating of the watchword and followed with prayer by Mrs. E- E. Stevens. The morning program was under the direction of Mrs. C. R. Newcomb who chose as her topic, "Pil- gmmage to Brazil." Those assisting her were Mrs. Ralph Berryman and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Following lunch, a skit was presented by Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. C. L. Evans and Mrs. James Fisher. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon gave a talk on Southern Brazil and Northern Brazil was given by Mrs, Darrell Lunsford. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Tom Jackson. This is "APPRECIATION WEEK" at the Rustic Inn SPECIALS One-half full 2 Ib. Fried Chicken Sl.OO Fried Butterfly "Jumbo" Sbrimn. ){• dor Sl.OO Fried Oysters, extra select, \k doz Sl.OO The above entrees Include French Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw Salad, Hot Rolls, and Butter. THE RUSTIC INN AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION and 4 p.m. mr Rftz & Roxy Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. Program A« Tues. 'Wed. 'Thurs. 'Fri. The story of a •woman's'need for a man that will become - ! i"" one of the great emotional' 1 thrills of your ' fe lifetime! ••' w JANE WYMAN ROCK HUDSON BARBARA RUSH AGNES MOORCHEAD • OTTO KRUGER • GRE5O PALMIR Dlrictt* by Pougllt Slrk • Scrttnpliy t>T Robert filctl • Product* by Roll Nunttr PLUS SELECTED SHORTS

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