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PACE FOUR CARKJ COTTRDBR intws TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1988 Society, /\/ew& M,,iiin« s,vifir.v Editor 9 Phont 4461 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Junior Auxiliary Shows Progress For Past Year Mrs. R. A. Nelson, welfare chair man reported today that with thi conclusion of the year's work b: Biytheville Junior Auxiliary, he records show that 10,695 half pints of milt have been purchased fo Biytheville school children. In addition to the full-time volunteer work done at Lange Schoo for Exceptional Children, botli tin milk fund and eye-testing projects have been carried out this year by the Auxiliary to benefit many children. During the months of November through March, 120 children received milk. Mrs. Albert Taylor, visual screening chairman, reported that .Auxiliary members have worked 285 hours on eye-testing. Of the 842 children screened In Lange, Sudbury, Centra 1 and Catholic schcool 13 per cent were found to need eye treatment Responses were received from 31 parents notified of their children's eye defects, while the Auxiliary purchased glasses for four. Committee members working on the project, with the aid of PTA members, were Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., Mrs. Bill Young, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. F.irris Mrs. Calla, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, chaiiman of Auxiliary work at the Exceptional Children's school, reported that 28 members had spent 790 hours at the school since its opening last fall. Ten children attend the school at which Mrs. Velda Willlngham is Instructor. Among those helping on the nro- ject were Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. Bob Warren, Mrs. James Roy, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., Mrs. Blan S. Heath, Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. R. A. Coleman, Mrs. James C. Guard, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., Mrs. W. R. Lawsht. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mrs. Max Usrey, Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr.. Mrs. H. A. Haines, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. N. H. Whitis, Mrs. R. E. Green, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, Mrs. Worth Holder, Mrs. Jerry Cohen and Mrs. George G. Hubbard, Jr. Right I'hoto by O'Steen. ROYALTY CHOSEN — Margaret Ann Whistle, daughter of Mrs. W. A. Whistle and Noble Gill, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill have been chosen Duchess and Duke of Dell High School. They will represent the school at the annual Cotton Carnival activities in Memphis May 12-16, as part of the teen-age court. They will attend a luncheon nnd participate in the teen-age program at Crump Stadium May 14. Bits of News m»4 p. Baptist Circles Have Programs Duplicate League Plays at Club Six tables of members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge | Mrs. Rjicy Adams with 12 mem- Members of seven circles of Wom- n's Missionary Union of the First Saptist Church met at the homes f members yesterday afternoon at :30 p.m. for program meetings. Circle One members of the croup net at the home of Mrs. Max Loan with 10 attending. Mrs. K. D. larr gave the opening prayer and Irs. C. E. Evans took charge of the rogram, on which Mrs. Charles R. s'ewcomb. Mrs! Shelburne Brewer, nd Mrs. Marr presented parts. Irs. E L. Hale gave the devotional, nd the meeting was closed with rayer by Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Ten members of C;rcle Two met t the home of Mrs. Ben Abbott, liss Cordelia Wilhite offered the ^ening prayer nnd Mrs. Wilbur ienning Rive the devotional and retrain. She was assisted by Mrs. V. W. Mitchell. Mrs. Victoria Gilert closed the meeting with prayer. Nine members nnd one new mem- er. Mrs. H. p. Killett. were prcs- it nt the home of Mrs. Walter ishop when she entertained mem- ers of Circle Three. Mrs. E. F. lomeyer served as proginm leader for the day nnd Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., pave the devotional. Mrs. Jimmy Fisher offered a prayer. Assisting Mrs. Blomeyer with the program was Mrs. Bishop, who dismissed the meeting with prayer. Members of Circle Fuur met. with League held their weekly meeting last night Instead of the scheduled meeting tonight. Winners included Mrs. H. F. Kirshner and,Mrs. E. B. Gee, first place, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Airs. H. C. Sims, second, nnd Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Harry W. Haines, third place. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses ^oni the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Robert Lenigan and Carrie Boone. both of Steele: Stephan Smith and Mary Evelyn Pate, both of Blylhe- vllle. Your All-Time Favorite bers attending. The meeting was begun by Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. W. M La Ferney and _Mrs. Clarence Johnson were on the program. Mrs. Johnson gave the devotional, "The Lost Sheep" After the group sang. "Make Me A Channel of Blessing." Mrs. Johnson closed the meeting with prayer. Eleven members of Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Tom Jackson for a program led by Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Sr.. and invocation by Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. W. M. Williams gave the devotional and Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., nnd Mrs. C. M. Smart were on the program. Benediction was pronounced by WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Seventeen members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Mthodist Church met nt the church last night to continue their study of Africa: Mrs. Joe Thomas g;ive the opening prayer. Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided over the business r,essinn. Mrs. Billy King gave tiie worship, after which Mrs. Lusk gave the first session of the study. At intermission. Mrs. Lusk and Mrs. Allen Van Winkle served refreshments. The second session was by Mrs. O. J. Rogers, and Mrs. Shanks gave the benediction. Mrs. W. W. Watson. Members of Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Hays Sullivan with 9 members and one guest. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. E. B. Woodson was in charge of the program, "What Is A Baptist?" which was in the form of a round-table discussion. Mrs. R. G. Cash closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs Billy McNcese was hostess to 12 members, one guest, and one new member of Circle Seven. Mrs. E. C. Brown gave the invocation, after which Mrs McNeese gave.the program. She was assisted by Mrs. Randall Hawks. Mrs. E. D. Sivanner, and Mrs. Jack Jordan. Mrs. Harold Davis sang the WM0 hymn. Mrs. Jack Marsh closed the meeting with prayer. Birthday Party Given in Home Mrs. O. H, Hardin • entertained with a birthday party for her daughter, Melha, who celebrated 1 her sixth birthday yesterday. Sixteen guests attended and the afternoon was spent in playing party games. Prizes were awarded to Carolyn Gurnow and Henry Kelly. Later In the afternoon, pictures were taken of the group in informal entertainment. Mrs. W. R. White assisted the hostess in .serving birthday cake and ice cream. trdonal Aviation Cadet Kenneth Dlckson has finished pre-flight training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, and la vliltlng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dlckson of Biy- theville en route to Bartow, Fla., where he will take flight training. Mrs. Earl Koonti spent two'weeks In Moberiy, Mo., at her home and was motored back here by Mr. Koontz. Edwin Wallace and Charles Booker have returned to the University of Arkansas, after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and Mr. nnd Mrs. Upton Booker, for the week end. Lt. Don H. Wright left today for Del Rio, Tex., where he will be stationed at Laughlln Air Force Base, after spending 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright. Miss Mary Webb, a teacher at Sudbury School, spent the week end in Pine Bluff with her family. Mrs. R. H. Jones of Osceola attended the state-wide Audio-Visual Aids Workshop and Library Clinic in Little Rock Friday and Saturday. She left by plane for Houston, Tex., Saturday afternoon to attend the annual sessions of Southern Woman's Missionary Union and the Southern Baptist Convention. While in Houston, she will .be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Thornlng, and Dr. Thorning. Mrs. S. E. Tune, president-elect, Mrs. James C. Guard, president, and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, national third vice president, will leave from Memphis tomorrow to attend the National Junior Auxiliary Convention in Johnson City, Tenn. They will return Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Percy F. Herring. Mrs. Jettie Driver and Mrs. Roy Cox are in Houston, Tex., where they are attending the Southern Baptist Convention. Miss Mary Lawrence Feagan, bride-elect of R. C. Allen, was recently voted "Miss Vanderbilt of 1953" by the student body there She will appear tonight with the Vanderbilt Choir, and while here will visit Mr. Allen's mother, Mrs. R. C. Allen. I Mrs. John W. Cooke, Jr., of Birmingham, Ala., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, returned home Sunday. She was accompanied home by her mother. Coming Events Auxiliary Meeting Conducted in Home Members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook last I night for a program which was directed by Miss Mickle Allen. Miss Millie Ann Mallory, president, conducted a brief business -session, following the opening prayer by Mrs. Westbrook. Those assisting Miss Allen with the program were Miss Loimell Overman, Miss Mallory, Miss Mary Webb and Miss Cliffie Overman. Miss Adallne Lee gave the devotional and the benediction was by Miss Cliffie Overman after which the hostess served refreshments. At the Hospitals Biytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Willie Beasley, City Paul Jewel, Dyess Marion Palmer, Tomato Mrs. A. B. Ford, Maiden Joyce Rucker, Number Nina 12 to 36 Months to pay for your natural gas pipe installation By Sue Burnett Nothing like the trimly tailored ehirtwaister to see you through your busy daytime schedule. This one is in a wide range of sizes, has ! short or cap sleeves, whichever you ' prefer. Pattern No. 8921 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 4% yards of 30-Inch. For this pattern, tend 30c in COINS, your name, address, size de- Hired, and the PATTERN. NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 315 ftulncy St., Chicago 6, HI. Don't miss the new Basic. FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for imart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. No need for you lo wait any longer to enjoy natural gas service. We'll Finance your complete piping installation and let you repay us on low monthly installments. 12 to 36 months to pay — depending on the size of the joh. You select your own pipe installer. We pay the entire bill. Call, write, or come in and see us for complete information on our convenient "" Natural Gas Pipe Installation plan. No obligation. Ark-Mo Power Co. Test Your Voice ' For Pleasing Tone By NEA Beauty Editor Career girls, many of the people you know get their main impression of you over the telephone. Why not mnke a test to find out whether it's a charming Impression? If you want to know what your voice sounds like, put your hands behind your ears and cup them forward in your palms, curving the fingers in. Then read something aloud, preferably soroe naturalistic dialogue in a novel or play. Listen for pitch, rhythm, breath control and signs of tension. If your voice is too high, you can, by thinking about it, give it greater depth. If it sounds monotonous, try breaking the pattern of the speech with slower and faster sentences. Give special emphasis to words and phrases that call for it. Lift your voice at the end of a sentence whenever the sense allows you to. This makes it easier for people to hear your words and thus feel more Uke replying to you. If your voice sounds breathy, try maintaining better posture as you speak. Then your voice will have the full strength of your diaphragm muscles behind it. Speak as you exhale. If you practice by yourself, you'll get over any feeling of self-consciousness. Remember that you don't have to hurry when you talk nnd it will help you to speak out on the breath. If you hear tightness, tension anc^ flatness in your voice, let tight throat muscles relax. Mwnben of the ZeU Chapter DelU K«pp« O»mm» m«et »t UJ« Colonial Room at 7 p.m. Alph» Delta Chapter of Beta Sin- ma Phi has Ritual of Jewell at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mr«. Russell Rials to hoiten to member! of the Octave Club. La Petite club members meet with Mf» F. E. Utley. Timka Bunco Club playi at the home of Mrs. Alvis HarrU. Mrs. Don Kerbough ii hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Trl-Town Club i» to entertained at the home of Mrs. Jame« .Terry. Tuesday Club members play at the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. New Liberty Baptist Women's Mi» sionary Union Meets. Yarbro Home Demostration Club has semi monthly meeting. Wednesday Yarbro PTA has summer round up at 1 p.m. at the Health Unit. Ladles -Day at the Country Club begins at 1 p.m., with luncheon, followed by bridge and canasta. High Two Bridge Club Is to be entertained by Mrs. Bernard Jag- iers. Mrs. Harold Nunn Is hostess to members of the CIS. Mrs. Jesse M. White is hostess to members of Club Eight. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger is to entertain members of the Town and Country club. Mrs. W. J. Pollard Is hostess to members of tl.e Wednesday Club. Thursday Gleaners Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has meeting with Mrs. W. E. Wallace, 1010 Holly, at 7:30 p.m. Euzellan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has potluck supper at 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. T. Hays at 713 Pecan. Esther Class of the First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Raydo Veacr. Mrs. T. H. Caraway is to entertain members of the OEO Club. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. G. O. Caudill. TLE Club Is to meet with Mrs, W. J. Cupples Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Ben Mac White Is hostess to members of the La Nueve Club. Kibitzer Clubs meets with Mrs. J. ,M. Williams, Jr. Mrs Russell Phillips is to enterr tain members of the Thursday Club. Mrs C. A Cunninfham is to be hostess to members of the Midweek Club . Friday Biytheville Council of Church Women have May Fellowship program meeting at the First Metho- Synthetics Are Work Savers By ALICIA HART / NBA Beauty Editor Remember the y»rds and yards of ruffles on children's dresses that used to require so much time and care? Mothers refuse to tire themselves Ironing ruffles today, but they can still have feminine- looking little girls. They can get fluffy party dresses made entirely of nylon. These will drip dry In a very short time and come out wrinkle-free. Don't do any wringing at all, for this puts in wrinkles. While the dresses are drying, occasionally smooth out the seams, ruffles and pleats. Mothers quickly took to the advantages of orlon when it first appeared. The pastel orlon fleece coats they put on their children were easy to wash and needed no ironing. But, being pastel, they had to be washed so often. Now, even that problem has been solved. Mothers can : get little coats In dark-colored orlon fleeces. Children's departments, are catering to mothers with, washable woolens and washable cynthetic- and-woolen blends. Plaids, tatter- sails, checks, stripes and solids come in creeper, toddler and children's sizes. Textile authorities suggest that you treat a garment as wool if the label tells you that the content is 50 per cent or more wool. The washable woolens dry very quickly if they are thoroughly blotted in Turkish toweling. .: Many garments made entirely dist Church at 3 p.m. Mrs. Russell C. Farr is hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Clyde Patton is hostess to members of the Vendredi Club Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church meets at church at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. E. M. Eaton and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. UTTLE LIZ— Some people hove read so much obouf the bod effects of drinking that they've given up reading. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:QO p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS- WED-THURS Doiibli; Feature iiii m Hfii TOR —PIllS— ALSO CARTOON! ' Corners OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE! BUCK NITE! BRING A CARLOAD FOR $1 ALSO CARTOON THE STORY OF A UHV&{a& M-G-M'. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ^///XMy^///&^//^//Sjtf4^^ RANDOLPH SCOTT M ^^^^— HM Musical Feature: Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr. Mrs. M. L. H»wkins & Family Mr. A Mrs. Doyle Turner Mn. Odl*. Yarbro of lynthetle fabric! can go Into the washing machine In the hottest water. Those containing wool should be washed by hand in warm nude. To put washable woolens Into a machine, even when the water Is tepid, is to take a chance. Two Circles Hold Meetings Members of Circle One and Circle Two of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of members yesterday for programs. Mrs. H. H. Burnett was host«s to eight members and one new member, Mrs. C. R. Kelly, at her home. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Burt Ross. Mrs. Joyce Croker, mission study chairman, wai a*sl«»- ed in presenting the program by flv« members. Mrs. B. W. Woolen dismissed the meeting »nd refreshments were served. Seven members of Circle Two met with Mrs. David McPeake when Mre. Peggy Buchanan gave the devotional and Mrs. John Nelson conducted the business. Mrs. B. C. Parks gave the opening prayer, and the hostess taught the lesson. Benedition was by Mrs. B. G. Lovell and party foods were served by the hostess. Clean wood furniture with a cloth treated In the following way: first moisten in lukewarm water, lay on some melted mild soap, and fold cloth.over to make a pad with soap on the inside. When rubbed over wood, the lather will remove soil and fingermarks. W.ipe with another damp cloth. Dry and polish to finish. 2> MAY 10TH Beautiful Mastersheer Material in Havy, Black, Mocha, Grey, Dusty Rose. Sizes 14 1 /! thru 24'/2 Beautiful Nylon Tricot 795 MOPORTIONEO UNGTHS Short Ungtht - Alain* Pink, foutavarcj Alaboifer White, ilzei 33-39, $7.95 fegulgr length* _ Alpint Pink. MiJor. Strow. V«n<feme Novy, French Mocha, Venetian ftlue, Boulevard Black, Atnbomr Whit* ti»i 32-42, $7.93 UflQ Unoihi - Alabaiter Whil«, Alpine Pink, French Mocha, Boulevard Black, ii»i 32-40, $7.95 Out Sim. 44-46, Alpioe Pink, Boulevard Blad Alabaster While, Ji.9i

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