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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 1954 - Society News - „ inn Moilnrv SnciRt.v Editor • Pho Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Massey, State Regent Speaks at DAR Guest Day Charlevoix Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution met at Hotel Noble yesterday when Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. W. M. Williams and Mrs. E. B. Woodson were hostesses. yesterday was guest day and those present were Mrs. Fred Stead- nian. Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., Mrs p D Foster, Jr., Mrs. Arthur Vance Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. James N. Whiw and Miss Ruth Massey. etate regent. Yellow chrysanthemums were used to center the tables where guests were sealed. Miss Massey. who was guest •Maker for the afternoon, was presented with a copper toned mum corsage backed with gold glitter leaves and tied in gold satin. A talk on national defense was given bj' Mrs. Williams and Mrs. C L. McWaters, Jr., led in the open. ing pledge ceremony. In other business Mrs. - Crawford and as delegates to the state convention. Alternates are Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs Aubrey Conway, Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Christian Church Circles Conduct Meetings Love Group ol Christian Women's Fellowship met at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe last night with Mrs. George Cross as hostess, opened with ;niflcat," by The meeting the recording was 'Mi Noble Mrs James B. Clark and the recordlne "Magmllcat, • ny Mrs O O Hardaway were elected B»ch n,,(l Mrs. Lowe presided over Mrs. O. u. Hum* .3 Uw i^jines,, s( .. s . s i on when gifts Lake Street WSCS Honors Mrs. Gregory Mrs. V. E. Gregory, who Is moving to Brownsville, Tex., was guest of honor Monday night when the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Joe Strickland. Quests of the group were Mrs. Oean Strickland, Mrs. Ida Anderson and Mtss Zeludla Fleemon. Mrs. Iverson Morris opened the meeting with prayer and in the business session Mrs. C. M. Baxter was elected vice-president to replace Mrs. Gregory. Mrs. Gean Strickland Mrs. Billy king and Mrs. Mary Scrape were appointed to help With the tuberculosis drive. "New Nations Shall Turn to The Lord" was given by Mrs. Scrape ind those »ssistlng her were Mrs. B. W. Hollman, Mrs. L. P. May «nd Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle. Mrs .Don Lutes dismissed the froup with prayer and the hostess •erved refresrimcnts. Basic And Smart were brought for the Thanksgiving baskets. Mrs. Freeman Robinson gave a :eport on the World Day of Prayer meeting and plnns were made for .he group to be hostesses for the Fellowship supper Monuay night. The program was under the direction of Mrs. William Ruder and ;hose taking parts were Mrs. J. P. OarroU, Mrs. Harry Bradley, Miss Louelln Alley, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. Jewel Cardwcll. Mrs. Cross. Miss Margaret Wright and Mrs. Jerry Morgan. Love Glit boxes were dedicated in a Litany and closed with a dedicatory prayer of Christian living. The group was dismissed with the mlsslonnry benediction and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Faith Group met with Mrs. L. L. Ward, Sr., Monday. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., presided over the business session and the program, "In The Hcnrt of the Cities' Need," was under the direction of Mrs. C. L. Moore. Mrs. Ben liftrpole and Mrs. diet Model Meeting Of Sorority Conducted Here A model meeting of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma was held at the home of Mrs. Ray Harrison last night with Mrs. Ben Abbott co- hostess. Mrs. Dick shanks was in charge of the program and those taklny parts were Mrs. Boh Giessmann, MLS. Dick Watson and Mrs. Billy Driver. A report on the Gra-Y girls was given by Mrs. Milton Howard and Mrs. R. H. Watson presided over the business session. Mrs. B. W. Graves was a new member of the group and rushees present were Mrs, Ed Parks, Mrs. Ted Bourzlkas. Mrs. Floyd Sony. Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Jr.. Mrs. Ralph Tood, Mrs. Hugh Caffcy, Mrs. Betty Moore. Mrs. David Miles, Mrs. John De Mnnd. Misses Nalidine and Georgia Lee Poe, Mrs. Jim Chicdel and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostesses served refreshments. Bits of News cnsonal Mr. and Mrs. Earl Knlpple are the purents of a daughter born No. 5, at Blytheille Hospital. The baby who has been named Susan Marie has a sister, Penny Lynn. Mary Ellen Hughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Jr., is a patient in the Le Bonheur Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ray are now at their new home on 406 Park. Mr. Ray has Just receled his discharge from the United States Army after serlng 16 months In Korea. Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. Emma Nolen were in Memphis yesterday where Mrs. Nolen consulted her physician. Trinity Circles Have Meetings Circles QJ Trinity Baptist Church met in homes of members this week . Jewel Abernnthy Circle met with Mrs. Howard Bcshar-e with nine members present. Mrs. L. G. Ken wright opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Alvis Hams presided over a business session. Devotional was given by Mrs, B. L. Holmes and Mrs. John Buchanan taught the mission book, "Pil- sion book was taught by Mrs. Bill Crocker and Mrs. R. W. Woolen dismissed with prayer. Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Eleanor members and Swafford with 14 two guests. Mrs. Brown assisted Mrs. the program, served at thi meeting. Mpori iirtlnts •e with Refroshirfints were i conclusion of the Coming Events WEDNESDAY NOW Club meets with Mrs. Joe Mac Hester, 7:30 p.tn, Mrs. Gilbert Smythe entertaining TLE Bridge Club with dinner party at 7 n. m. City Council of Beta Signm Phi meets with Mrs. B. L. Boggs at 625 Parkway, T.30 p.m. THURSDAY Ladles Auxiliary. Local meets in Carpenters Hall, 1:30 p.m. Biirdctte PTA meet* at 2 p.m high school auditorium. Club 28 meet.i nt Legion Hut, 8 p.m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrfi. C. E. Crlener. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E- Tunn and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old. Deborah Sunday School Class 61 First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Leslie Moore, 6:30 p.m. Trinity Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mrs. Alex Curtis entertains Kibitzer Club. Chllllon Club meets with Mrs. Mary Hatflcld. GEO Club meets with Mrs. W H. O'Kcele. F.E. Lucius Guest Speaker At Cornell PTA Oosncll Parcnt-Teacliei Association met at the school laat night. The meeting was opened with group singing and Mrs. ,R. L. Maxwell presided over the business session. Boy Baiter, Sr., gave the president's messago on "A Time for Thankfulness." F. E. Lucius, superintendent of Qosncll Schools, was guest speaker nnd chose as his topic, "Team Work lor Better Schools." The group was dismissed with prayer by Harold Davis and re. frcshmcnts were served by Mrs. Mitchell West and Mrs. Francis Donner. Calvary Circle Has Meeting In Taylor Home Circle Two of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. j Virginia Taylor Monday with one i iiiest present. I Mrs. H. J. Fondren opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. L». B. Johnese gave the devotional and Bible study. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Fred Phllbrook. Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Johnese and Mrs. Fondren. Mrs. Fondren dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. grimage to Brazil." The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Bill Cook,, Mrs. A. D. Priest was hostess to seven members of Evelyn Stanford Circle. j The meeting was opened with repeating of watchword and Mrs. Harvey Parrish conducted the business session. Mrs. Pnest and Mrs. Parrish taught the mission hook. Mrs. M. D. Kcnwrlghl gave the devotional and Mrs. C. B. Parks dismissed the group with prayer. Circle Three met with Mrs. Calvin Edye with eight members present. Mrs. W. E. Williams opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs Ed^e gave the devotional. The mis- Cook and Mrs. Chester Jenkins, present. Mrs. Gaylord Lewis led in the opening prayer and Mrs. Ernest Walker presided over the business session. Th,e devotional was given by Mrs. Swafford and Mrs. L. D. Man* taught the mission book. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Alvln Pritchard, Mrs. Lois Gestrlng was hostess to four members of Marion Coek Circle. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Gestring and Mrs. Idell Lowe gave the devotional and .presided over the business session. Miss Bernice Overman dismissed the group with prayer. Annie Armstrong Circle met with Mrs. Lauena Everett with five members present. Mrs. Max Koonce Jed the group in prayer and Mrs. Cook gave the devotional. Mrs. F. L. Wicker presided over the business session and dismissed the group with prayer. Nail-Biting Ruin Hands Octave Club Conducts Game In Castilio Home menls at the conclusion of the program. Members of the Octave Club met ai the home "of Mrs. Garth Castillo last night when she decorated entertaining rooms with fall flowers. Mrs. Betty Riales and Mrs. A. O. Hntlman were winners in the games. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a clesserL course j C^-J-Q rtri inc New Liberty GA Girls Have Program Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of New Liberty Baptist Church met at the home of Linda Gunter Monday night. Group sinking opened the meeting followed with prayer by Earline Garner. Roll call was an- swt-red with repeating of the watchword. Alma Dean Koonce was in charge of the program and those assisting her were Patsy Pikes* Kay McDaniel. Margaret, Blaylock, Geraldine Langley, Linda Gunter, Judy Middleton, Elaine McDaniel. The devotional was given by Mrs. Malcolm Koonce and Mrs. J. E. Gunter dismissed the group with prayer. The hostess served refresh- Mrs. Stickmon 8180 10-20 By Sue Burnett A well cut classic-that's as young and smart as can be. Included In! the pattern Is a pretty version lor; warmer weather. Pattern No. 8180 is in sizes 10. 12. i 14, 16. 18, 20. Size 12, 4',', yards of; 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in; COINS, your name, address, size' desired, and the PATTERN NUM-; BER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News. 372 W. Qulncy i Street. Chicago 6, III. i Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing i Ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now lor your copy. Li\ Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets Mrs. C. G. Cnudill entertains Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. Bob Logan. Mrs. George Anderson entertains Vendredl Bridge Club. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets Few teen-agers know that by constantly biting their nails they not only rwjn the shape and ftppuai'- aijco of their hands, but. they nisi) cnn-si: -serious permanent harm to their nulls. Of course, It is only a nervous hftljlt. But, you cnn do something about it, now to help your nails grow and cover the bare section of shin at the Up of each (Ingcr. There are two ways to stop biting your nails. The first Is rather drns- tic. but- it always proves effective. Using several smnll pieces of col- ton, saturate them with tincture of quassia. Apply this to each fingernail and tip, making certain you've covered Uwm well. Lot it dry for a few minutes. Thfi next time you start to bite your nails you'll be discouraged by the distasteful substance left on your nails. The second method is used working on n mind-over-matter theory, | NN Bridge Club Conducts Game NN Bridge Club met at the home of Miss Melba Pryor when she had! as her guest Mrs. a. A. Hines. Jr. I Chrysanthemums were u s e d I the clinlnfc „,„.* v,,.,,,,, „„„ «„throughout entertaining rooms nnd j t c ,. c d with an arrangement of pink the hostess served a dessert course chrysanthemums. Tuesday Club Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club at her home yesterday afternoon. Refreshments were served from table which was cen- precedfng the bridge games Winners in the, games were Miss Barbara Ann Smith, high, Miss Mary Noe, second high, and Mrs. James Vest, bridge. Huffman YWA Conducts Meeting Young Women's Auxiliary of Huffman Baptist Church met in Ihe home of Mrs. Rex Hughes last Group singing opened the inert- ing followed with prayer by Mrs. HHphes. Pntsy Hughes presided over Ihe business nnd Ihe devotlonnl was given bj; Mrs. Billy Rny. Corn Mne McDnniel. Betty Malh- eny, Miixine Nelson and Patty Hughes were In charge of tile pro- grnm. The group \vns dismissed with Give yourself fl. manicure and apply I prayer by Mrs. R. L. Adkisson and « few coats of your favorite nnil Mrs. Leonard Oldhiun entertains polish. The polish will only accen timtc the shortness of your nails and how Important It Is you let refreshments were served. SpUled coffee? Wrien you t:\ke tile dress off. mark the nrca with them grow " c ' rc le, usins plain old chalk. O.S n'^rooT tnT re^ SW^r.W^M Naked shoes are a great flattery to good ankles nnd feet. But they don't do for work or for a lot of trudging around. They are impractical and gay — wear them for that kind of occasion them larly. File them straight across and scrub them dally with a nail brush. Another good Idea for your "m\il- morflle" is to purchase artificial nail? but. not lo wear). Trim them down to the natural-looking size with your scissors nnd keep them In your dressing table drawer. Then, as your nails start to grow, you cnn measure their improvement by trying on the artificial nails. Kiity Drug Store RAINY WEATHER Ladle's sizes in black and brown. Will fit flat and Cuban heels. Pr. A wonderful buy of zephyr weight s-l-r-e-l-c-h-y latex rain footwear designed to Fit any shoe. Stylish — protective — and so easy to slip on over your shoes. lling him exactly what you spilled—whether the coffee had cream in it or not. An art gum eraser cnn be n ureat help in removing children's fingerprints from the hnll wn!i or Venelinn blinds. Use it lightly and just on the spot. Gilrsts oi the group were Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Charles Criggcr III. Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Charles Crigger were winners in tlie bridge games. Mrs. Lendennie Honored by YM Birthday Club Mis. Clayton entertained members of the Young Matron's Birthday Club at her home last night. Mrs. Lucius Lendennie was guest of honor when dinner was served from the dining table overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with a birthday cake. Fall flowen: were uaed throughout entertaining rooms. Guests spent the evening in informal entertainment, and presented Mrs. Lendennie with a gift. Couple Honored With Dinner Party at Dell Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Watts of] Memphis and Dell were honored with a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brownlee in Dell Sunday. The guests were seated at the dining table which was overlaid with a linen outwork cloth and centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums. A George Washington bedspread was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Watts. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Brownlee, Jr., of Sfkeston were also guests. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Earl Jones, Caruthersville Billy Joe Nelson, City Peggy Stafford, Steele Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. L. Powell. City Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Jr., and baby, City Mrs. Ann Permenter, city Mrs. W. A. Jackson, City Nazarene Group Has Weiner Roast At Walker Park Hi-Y group of th« Nasurene Church was entertained with a wiener roast at the Park last night. There were 19 present- Opening prayer was given by Mr». Paul Lawrence. Guests of the group were Ila Mar, Frank* and Robert Miller. Mrs. Hazel McWilllam* and MM. 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