PAGE TWO m.YTHRVILLK (ARK.) COUKTKR NEWS TUESUAT, JTTOT. 28, 1588 Pot Mullini, Society Editor Phone 4461 Baptist Circles Meet in Homes Members and guests of seven circles of Women's Missionary Union of the rirst Baptist Church attended meetings yesterday nt the homes of members. Circle One met wtth Mrs. Shelburne Brewer with seven members and one new member attending. Following' the prayer by Mrs. K. D. Marr, Mrs. Charles Evans, leader, s»ve the proRram, B n d was assisted by Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. J. W. Raj'der nnd Mrs. Marvin Smith. Mrs. Joe Waddy gave the devotional. prayer. Eight members and one new member attended the meeting of Circle Five at the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore for a program led by Mrs. C. L. McWnters, Sv. Mvs. Moore gave the opening pruyer. Following the devotional by Mrs. R. L. Reeder, Mrs. C. L. 'MeWat- ers. Jr.. nnd Mrs. W. M. W)l- Mnms assisted on the program. Mrs. Theodore Logan gave '.lie dismissal prayer. Mrs. W. E. Buchanan was hostess to 10 members of Circle. Six Bits of News ft' Io6 tlu I CM on af Mrs. j, o. and .sons Jimmy Members of Circle Two met at **> hpr home. The opening pray- the home of Mrs. C. W. Afflick. i P1- »™ by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw nnd ins? was i lne P''°K'' am was given by Mrs. C. B. Woodson, leader, with Mrs. H n y P Sullivan and Mrs. R, A. Blaylock. After the devotional by Mrs. R. G. Cash, Mrs. C, E. Lemons cave the dismissal prayer, Five, members and one n c w member of Circle Seven met nt the home of Mrs. J. C. Nabers, where Mrs. Harold Davis was pro- pram leader. Mrs. C. E. Johnson ofered the opening prayer and Mrs. Ivy Crawford gave the devotional. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. E. D. Swanner participated on the program, which was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Beatrice Desiring. Following each of the meetings, a social hour was held, in whiten refreshments were served, and the afternoon spent informally. when Mrs. Wilbur Oenning leader for the program which was j opened with prayer by Mr.s. T. H, j Haynes. Mrs. J. W. Dolen Rave the devotional, and Mrs. Ben Abbott participated on the program. Mrs. Burley dismissed the group with a prayer. Eight members attended the Circle Three meeting at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, with Mrs. Walter Bishop as leader. Mrs. Lawrence Prim offered a prayer, and Mrs. Bishop gave the devotional. Mrs. H. D. amis assisted the program leader, and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Keese Wooten. Mrs. H. H. Brooks was hostess to nine members of Circle Four with Mrs. Russell Marr us leader of the program. Mrs. E. P. Hardln offered the opening prayer, after which Mrs. Marr gave the dev tional. She was assisted by Mr Charles Abbott, Mrs. E. C. Browr Mrs. Forrest Moore in the pi- gram. Mrs. Brooks dismissed with Popular This Season 8891 10-20 By Sue Burnett On* of the most practical and he- loved styles lor svimmer wear is the trimly tailored pedal pusher Hint's perfect for sports or home wear. Accompanied here by a top, with or without sleeves, and a dashing cap. Pattern No. 8891 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 10. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, pedal pushers, 1 7 ,« yards of 39-inch; blouse wtth sleeves. I'i yards; cap, -H yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 37U \V. Qm'ncy St., Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summei It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gif' pattern printed inside the book. 26 cents. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starrs 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times WMU Meeting is Given in Home Members of the Women's Missionary Union of Number Nine Baptist, Church met for Royal Service program at the home of Mrs. Orville Northcutt yesterday. Following the regular opening watchword. Mrs. Carl Webster gave the invocation. Those participating in the program were Mr.s. Raymond Whittle. Mrs. Cliflie Johnson, Mrs. Northcutt, Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Bob Stovall. Mrs. Northcutt gave the benediction, after which she served a dessert course. Dell Bible School Starts Vacation Bible School in Dnll Bnptist Church started yesterday vlth 90 attending, it was announced by the school's principal, Mrs. Marie Mottnr, Assistant- principal, is the Rev. C. A.'Johnson. Other officers are Mrs. Keltner, secretary; Mrs, Doyle ). E. , louston, pinnlsl; Miss Vern Brink- e.v, music director; Mrs. Etl Hardln, uperintendcnt of Intermediate department; Mrs. j. D. rglehart, sup- irlnltndenl of the Junior depnrt- nent; Mrs. C. A. Smith, superln- endcnt Of the primary department; Mrs. Clinton Smith, superintendent. f the beginners department. Other workers include Mm. J. T. "ate, Mrs. Harry Cook, Mrs. Nora .liles and Mrs. H. N. Hlnch. Hos- esses for yesterday's social period •ere Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, Mre. L. O. Wilson nnd Mr.s. B. O. Gill. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital lismisseci: Mrs. Henry McCain, city. Richard Shclton, city. Mrs. M. C. CuMison, city. Miss Shirley Raper, city. Read Courier News Classified Ads. and David of Lake Charles, La., art: the guests of her mother, Mrs. W. P. Orr. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Seymore. and family of IrlnbH, Oiclii.. (ire the KiiosLs of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. | W. G. Seymore. The Rev. Soymore, j formerly pa.stor of the Idnbel Na- xarene Church, hari accepted a position as pastor nf Konowa, Okla., N'azarcne Church. They came here especially for his parents' 46th wedding anniversary and the family reunion and picnic which was today at Walker Park, Mr.s. E. F. Blomeyer lias as her guests, her son, Lloyd S. Blomeyei and Mrs. Blomeyer and baby of Alta Deim, Calif., who arrived Hatur- day. On Sunday, her guests Included Mr, and Mrs. Harris Blomeyer of Proria. Ill,, Mr.s. Donald Corell ot St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blomeyer of CnrulhersvlUe. and Mrs. Ray Mann and children of Osceola. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba have as their houseguest for two weeks, their ™n, Joe Saliba, of Washington, D. C. Mrs. F. G. Relchel has returned from a business trip to Dallas. Tex., and a month's vacation in Fort Bayard, N. M.. where she was a guest of her sister, Mrs. H. L, Kuester and Mr. Kuester. Lt. and Mrs. James L. Thompson and daughters, Jimmy Louise and Mary Etta of Fort BraRg, N. C., are the guests of their nunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.'J. L. Lewis and Mrs. M. W. Lewis. Mrs. H. P. Parrifi, Jr., and daughter, Pattie, are spending two weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Schercr, while Mr Parris is in Chicago on business. Alvin McCord is here from Cordele, Tex., to visit, his si.ster, Mrs. Ola Wiliford. a patient at Walls, Ho.spiLal, where, her condition ts reported critical. Frank Raughman returned to his home in Tacna. Ariz., nfter spending a week with Mrs. M. W. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clark of Pon- Uac. Mich., have returned to their nfter visiting Mrs. Clark's daughter, Mrs. Oakley Gumming*;, and family. The Cummlngs also htid Calvary WMU Conducts Meet A monthly business meeting was conducted yrstonlny at Giiivniy Baptist Church, when members of the five circles of the Women's Missionary Society met. After group (tinging ol the year song and repeating of the watchword. Mrs. Vcrnori Boyd gave the opening prayer. Mra. Jack Attaway presided in the business. Mrs. T. C. Hopper gave the afternoon's devotional, after which Mrs. Tom malley gave the benediction. Teach Child Right Way to Pray, Says Arthur, Through Family Pray and Story Periods Nazarene Group Meets in Church Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., presided at a meetmg ol the Nazaronfi | Foreign Missionary Society last night, when members met at the church. Mrs, Larry Davis gave the opening prayer and after the business session. J. T. White gave the de voticmal from Romans. Those participating on the program were Mrs. Jim .Quick, who gave "What Of It?" "Mrs. Melvin Jarratt, who spoke on "What Seest Thou?": Mrs. Stan Roberts, "The Love That Goes On"; and Mrs. Hazel McWilliams, "An African Funeral." Mrs. Ealie Cunningham gave the closing prayer. Help strengthen your child's security with religious training, advises Catherine Marshall (above with son), author of book, of prayers and stories for children. Layette Shower Follows Meeting Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided over the weekly meeting of Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church last night at the church. A letter from Mrs. Olan Shockley. district president, was read, after which Mrs. Joe Thomas gave the devotional, "The Heavenly Home." Following the benediction, Mrs. Paul Llpford was honored with a shower of layette gifts. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Billy King. Mrs. Gene Strickland and Mrs. Lusk. who served ice cream and cake to the 18 members and 10 guests attending. By AN'NETTE JEWETT *N*?A Staff Writer NEW YORK (NEA) — Are you looking for ways to reinforce your child's feelings of security? One way is to teach him how to pray, according to Catherine Marshall, Coming Events Trinity Circle Meetings Held "Parents must be wary of this from the beginning," she says, "and recently the recipient of a Women's National Press Club award for her "contribution to the awakening of national interest in spiritual values." President Eisenhower presented the citaion to,her. "TeH your child that God loves him as an individual and is interested in the details of his life," counsels Mrs. Marshall. "This will give him a great and constant Friend, Whom you can relate to the child's life at his own level, in his own terms. You can make Him real by telling your child about Jesus." _ _ .Bridge Gentle Catherine Marshall's late LeagmThas afternoon" meeting at I husband was the Rev. Peter Marshall, pastor of famous New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in Washington. D. C., and chaplain of the Senate from 1947 until his Alpha Tuesday Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has bridge and canasta party at Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ray Harrison as hostess. Wednesday Beginners Duplicate Members of three circles of Trinity Baptist Church conducted meetings yesterday afternoon and last, night at the homes of members, when Mr.s. Bill Walker. Mr.s. G. D. lewis and Mrs. E. M. Walker were hostesses. ; Mrs. Bill Walker was hostess to ! Rustic Inn. Club Eight meets with Mrs. H. G. Purtlow. Thursday Ladles Day at the Country Club has been set for 1 p.m. beginning ! with luncheon followed by canasta and bridge games. TLE Club has meeting at the Razorback with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe us Hostess. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Leslie has meeting at the Hotel Noble. , • , ' ., . iviin. liin wiuiver was nostcss to ns their, week end guests. Mr and Bix mrmbcrs of circle One wi(h Mrs. Vnn Ypnper of Hammond, Ind Mr. nnd Mr.s. Dwight Jacoby and children. DWight., Jr., and Mary Ann. arrived to spend n week with her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Johnson, The Jflcoby's live in Mo^ciicl. Ariz. Mrs. Enrl Koonta arrived,In Bly- Ihcvlllc from her home in Mobcrly, Mo., this week end. She was accompanied by Mr. Koontz. who has returned. Thn Rev. Raymond Krutr, left yesterday morning (or his home in Keniiey. 111., after being here for a week with his father, E. S. Kruta, who is a patient at the Blythevolle Hospital. Mr. Krutz's condition is reported sntisfactory. Carolyn Wren and Peggy Rowe have returned, from a. week at camp nt Southern State College, Magnolia. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grover Wren nnd C. B. Wren met them in Jones- IXH-O. Auxiliary Has Picnic Supper Miss Millie Ann Mallory ; Miss Pat Mullins entertained m£ . — - - , bers and guests of the Katie Hatton tending. Mr.s. Arah Spock prc- ; Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist ! Young Women's Auxiliary of the slried in the business session* Aid j Church. *hen they gathered afciWie i^i rs v artist Church.last night at one guest, Mrs. Jessie Brown, at- Officers Elected. By Baptist Group Officers were elected last night by members of the Armnmla Tinker udden death in 1949. She has written a biography of her husband and has just completed a book of prayers and stories for children called "God Loves You." Mrs. Marshall is aware of the typical child's egocentric tendency to think of God as a "celestial beii- hop," to trot out what the child Mrs. Bill Crocker taught the son from Acts, followed by the benediction by Mrs. Burt ROPK. Mrs. Lewis entertained five members of Circle Two at her home. Mra. R. W. Wooten gave the open- Ing prnyor, Mrs. John Nelson, president, presided, and Mrs. Dnvld McPeake taught the lesson. Follow- inc the business. Mrs. J. H, Robert.'; gave the benediction. Seven members, two new members and four guests attended the evening meeting: of (.he Business Women's Circle at the home of Mrs. E. M. Walker, The Rev. David McPeake and Mrs. Jack Mirk wore guest speakers. Mrs. R. W. Wooten gave the benediction. , Note to Brides: Don't use your pastry board for cuUinK or chopping, or its smooth surface is likely to be damaged. You'll need thnt smooth surface when you roll or knead dough unless you use a pastry cloth. Don't use abrasive scouring powders or steel wool on plastic food- storage containers because these clenntng agents may scratch the interior (surfaces of the containers. Because plastic is non-porous, it won't transmit food odors or tastes, but food caught in the tiny scratches may cause trouble. home of their counselor, Mrs. Josephine Rolli.'ion. O!TU:ora are Mart.ha Bartholomew, president; Grade Owens, vice president; Omega Alexander, secretary; Mary Lou TurnagL 1 , treasurer; Ma- tha Bartholomew, telephone committee. Following a dismissal prayer, refreshments were served. picnic. Following the seven o'clock supper, guests spent the evenin formally. Miss Ella Moody, who has recently moved to Blytheville 1 brook, counselor, was present. LITTLE LIZ— It'sa mystery how baseball players wVio come to the platg&wing- ing two bots always seem to throw away the wrong one. entv» big news at C & W Cleaners] We will be TUBS- WED -THURS Double Feature ONE MINUTE TO ZERO -_. "ROHRt MITCHUM'^ ANN BIUH (mm IIMIUI — PLUS— BELA LU6OSI -The EAST SIDE KIDS CLOSED Next Week, June 29th thru July 4th! It's big news that will effect you! C & W Cleaners is installing new nnd more modern dry cleaning equipment that will necessitate closing all of next week. When installation is complete, you'll get still better dry cleaning . . . cleaning you appreciate. » C&W CLEANERS ,300 South Division M. C. Cook*, Jr. Phone 4343 It's Delicious It's Different It's "FROSTY" Immediate Installed in minutes In your window! 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In her home this is done In a family prayer-and- Btory period, held informally but regularly. With similar regular meetings, your child might form the habit of confiding in you which would be particularly valuable In the adolescent years. You'd have the situation already set up for your child to tell his private troubles without the embarrassment of seeking you out. A child's attitude toward religion Is very likely to follow his parents', Mrs. Marshall believes, regardless ot any teaching he receives outside the home. "Some parents drop children at Sunday school but fail to attend church themselves. These children are likely to relegate religion to. the realm of childifih chores, to be abandoned as ulckly as possible." When we asked her how one can link a child's attitude toward his own religion with a respect for the opinions of others, Catherine Marshall unhesitatingly replied: 'No one group can encompass all of God's truth and error creeps toto all sects. 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