The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1956 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE — Society News — B Ann-Mallorv. Snrietv Rrlilnr / Phc Miss Millie Ann- Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Wednesday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Wednesday bridge clubs conducted games yesterday. Town and Country Club played at the home of Mrs. J .C. Ellis with Mrs. John C. McHaney, Mrs. V. O. iMiller and Mrs. V. Q. Holland as guests. Spring was the theme for tallies and floral decorations. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger and Mrs. McHaney won high scores in the games. The hostess served an ice course at the conclusion. Mrs. Maurice Sanders was a guest when TLE Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. W. J. Cupples. American Beauty roses centered individual tables for the dessert- bridge. Bridge winners were Mrs. Dick Watson, high, Mrs. W. E. Cherry, second high, and Mrs. Herman Turner, bridgo. Club Eight members played at the home of Mrs. Jesse Whit*. Mrs. G. O. Poetz won high score, Mrs. S. C. Owens, second high, and Mrs. R. C. Allen, bridgo. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Peonies along with other spring blossoms formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table when Mrs. L E. Old was hostess to Wednesda} Bridge Club for its weekly luncheon and afternoon of bridce. Seated at the table with club members was Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. R. H. Kirby and Mrs. C. A Cunningham were game winners. B and PW Club Has Meeting In Eaton Home Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club met Tuesdaj evening in the home of Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. In the business session the club voted to send a girl to Girl's State this summer as its project. It was announced that the next meeting will be a dinner-meeting at Rustic Inn, May 1. pnfeets »e prm* t« Vat fit i anst il nl-bnt fld *e i* fc HUSK » W» yn •At the tot siMm fir M. STOPS ODO* LONGIK JsA^-A-^ MENNEN SPRAT DIODOHAI FOR MEN ^H^M •fl rtw (Mfftllf I*M WMT YODORA 59. AN1H1IOIIC— FOB SENSITIVE WIN FIVE DAY DEODORANT PADS THKOW AWAY FtRSPIRAIION jnr ttiiM till "125 ti-fi I|>!M iMti I HAZEL BISHOP LIPSTICK STAYS *•!« ON LONO» THAN tVEII • JERGENS LOTION |< STOPS 'DmnGtNT HANOI* "*«POND'S ANGEl SKI LOTION 4J> LADY ESTHER s 4-Purpost Cream Woods Drug Store 221 W. Main Phone 3-4507 Film Strip Shown at Central PTA A film strip on, "Your Child's Vision," was shown yesterday at the last meeting of the school year of Central School Parent-Teacher Association. Approximately 100 parents were present at this meeting which was presided over by Mrs. dean Atkinson. Mrs. Jerry Hord gave the devotional on, "The Christian Home," and Mrs. Freeman Robinson the president's message. Room count in the primary grades went to Mrs. Hugh Caffey and Miss Donna Sue Gore with intermediate winners being Mrs. Edwin Stubblefield and Miss Minnie Foster. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner was In charge of the installaion ceremony for new officers and second grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. Tri-Hi-YClub Elects Officers For Coming Year Tri-Hi-y girls elected their officers for the new year at the regular meeting held at Blytheville Y on Tuesday night. The club elected Peggy Caperton, president; Pat Willingham, vice- president; Mella Saliba, treasurer; Rhea Scott, secretary; Delores Lum, chaplain, and Lavada Crimra, reporter. The installation service will be held the latter part of May. Trj- Hi-Y is for high school girls and! meets on Tuesday night at the Y at seven o'clock for one hour. Miss Melba Marion of the high school faculty is advisor for the club. Dorcas Circle Has Program In Porter Home Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon at ,he home of Mrs. Homer Porter vith six members and one visitor present. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Jack Rushing, circle chairman, conducted the bus- ness session and Mrs. D. G. Jones, Mrs. Jesse Batemon, Mrs. J. J Johnson and Mrs. Rushing gave he devotional. Mrs. Junior Presnell gave the closing prayer. LECTURESHIP Church of Christ Blyrheyille; Arkansas Aprill7-22,7:30 Eugene Britnell - Evangelist THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 19 "Religious Theories Which Produce Skepticism and Infidelity" FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 20 "What H Means to Believe In Christ" SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 21 "The Way That Leads Unto Life" SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22 "Dangers Confronting the Church" SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 22 "\Vhy Be A Member of the Church of Christ" Congregational Singing EVERYONE INVITED Mrs. Bunch Hostess to YarbroWSCS Mrs. Milton Bunch was hostess Monday night to Ynrbro Women's Society of Christian Service. Group singing of "Wonderful Words of Life" opened the meeting. Mrs. Elxic Wheeler was in charge of the program on Not Thy Bread Alone. "Give" was the title of the devotional given by Mrs. Denny Hammond. Mrs. Harvey Hazehvood gave the closing prayer after which a business session was conducted by Mrs. Monroe Besharse, Jr. In the social hour, the hostess served refreshments. Reduced Speed SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (/Ft— When State Policeman Morgan Elkins nr- rested a young motorist going 7U miles an hour near here, he found that the speeding car had been in second gear. GosnellHD Club to Sponsor Minstrel Goj-noll H o in e Deruonstnitioii Club will sponsor a minstrel and oUJ-fiishioned cuke walk tomorrow night nt the Gosncll gymnasium. The affair will begin at 7:45. Coming Events THURSDAY Lottie Moon VWA meeting with Elsie Webster, 7 p. in. Fit IDAY Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church mmnifi In Fellowship Hall. 1!:30 p.m. Hostesses will bo Mrs. O. C. Ganske, Mrs. A, E. Himtlcy and Mrs. Odie Freeman. La Finesse Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Nimn, Jr. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs, C. W. Gnrrlgan. Chapter N PEG having 1 p .m. luncheon at home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell with Mrs. Riley B. Jones Study ST. PAUL. Minn, (an— A Minnesota Assn. of Arson Investigators has been organized to teach small town fire departments how to detect, and investigate arson cases. The state fire marshal's office planned formation of the Kroup. co-hostess, PLA of Full Gospel Tabernacle meeting at Brackin Boarding House, 7 p.m., for pie supper. SATURDAY Cotillion Club having monthly dunce in main dining room of Hotel Noble, 9 p. m. This will be preceded by a business meeting in Room 110 at 8 p. m. Hosts for the dance will be Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Montandon and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rader. Duplicate Bridsc League meeting. 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Special Beautiful Mahogany Buffet Smart mahogany buffcl, regularly priced at 1'19.95. liny now and save one-half. 1 Set of Twin Beds Only one .set at this price. Solid maple. Were G7.50 each, now $3375 each Buy That Graduation Gift Now! All Cedar Chests Reduced 20% Hundreds of Values Await You at HALSELL & WHITE 113 So. Division Phone 3-6096

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