PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COOTIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 19B5 Misi Millii Ann Mallory, Society Editor News - Phone 3-4461 Women's Missionary Union Conducts Meetings in Homes Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met In homes of members yesterday. Jewel Abernathy Circle met with Mrs, John Buchanan with four members present. Repeating 'of the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. Buchanan, who also taught the mission study. Mrs. L. G. Kenwright conducted the business and Mrs. Frank"Sawyers dismissed the group. Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright with six members and three new members, Mrs. Carl Lay, Mrs. W. C. West and Mrs. Henry Berry, present. Prayer by Mrs. Herman Adair and repeating of the watchword opened the meeting. Mrs. Harvey Parrish conducted the business session- and Mrs. Berry dismissed the group with prayer. Six members were present when Circle Three met in the home of Mrs. A. L, Richardson. Following the repeating of the watchword, Mrs. Bill Cook gave the opening prayer. A business session was conduct- ed by Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Bill Cocker gave the devotional followed with prayer by Mrs. E. G. Lovcll. The mission study was taught by Mrs. W. A. Williams and Mrs. Crocker dismissed the group. • Mildred Matthew Circle met in the home of Mrs. Waiter Falloway with 12 members and one new member, Mrs. William Lane, present. Mrs. Robert McGee gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Ernest Walker conducted the business. Mrs. L. p. Marr taught the mission study and Mrs. J. D. Eatmon gave the closing prayer. Marion Cook Circle held a business meeting at the home of Miss Bernice Overman with five members and one visitor present. Repeating of the watchword followed by prayer by Mrs. Gene Pierce opened the meeting. Mrs. Idell Lowe was in charge of the business and the closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Lois Gestring. Pockets Are a Girl's Best Friend, Say Fashion Designers By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor . NEW YORK (AP) — Pockets are a girl's best friend, say two fashion designers whose ideas change the look of American women's clothes each season. They are Adele Simpson and Mollie Farnis, both of whom previewed their spring collections on. the opening day of New York's current week of showing for the visiting fashion press. A woman needs pockets for change, cigarettes, handkerchiefs, glasses, lipstick and shopping lists. But up to now most high-style fashions have ignored this basic need. All Slzw Mrs. Simpson and Miss Parnis, however, are correcting the situation this spring. Both show pockets of all sizes, shapes and descrip- Sew-Simple For Tots 8093 mot. • 4 yi By Sue Burnett ITE, 1-YARD This dainty little three piece outfit is wonderfully easy to sew. Dress has tiny puff sleeves; brother has n simple romper. Pattern No. 8033 is in sizes 6 mos. 1, 2, 3, 4 years. Size 1, dress. }a yard of 39-inch; romper, l' e yard; slip % yard. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, Basic FASHION. The fall and winter issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. W.M.BURNS Insurance Agency We have some good, well located homes in Blyheville for sale. Also Farm lands and farm loans. Our insurance is in sound capita] stock old line companies. We go your bond. Our service te as good a$ the beat. Our office 219 West Walnut Phone 3-3361. Call or see ua. W. M. Burn*, Realtor tions on their new spring fashions. As the diminutive Mrs. Simpson remarks: "This is an age of pockets. In order to look well, women must feel comfortable and easy in their clothes. They like to stand with hands in pockets, they like to nave pockets in which to carry small belongings that get lost in the bottom of a handbag. They want and need functional clothes .for ease of living—skirts with room for walking or for getting in and out of taxicabs, suits that turn into cocktail or restaurant dresses with the removal of the jacket—and enough pockets to hold their minor accessories." Miss Parnis, favorite designer of Mrs. Eisenhower, shows envelope pockets on smooth, wearable, understated shirtwaist dresses for spring, and recommends the shirtwaist outfit for every hour of the day. She explains: Clothes Feel Good, "Women don't want to look overdressed or regimented. They want clothes that make them feel good, and that don't have a lot of gadgets and trimmings that need constant adjustment. They want to look smooth, well-put-together and contemporary, but never faddish. They adapt today's fashions to their own tastes and activities, individualize them with their own accessories. And they like pockets, because pockets add to the ease of living." Mrs. Simpson stresses the long- torso look in both suits and dresses for spring, and is careful to explain the type of foundation garment that should be worn with them—an all-in-one combination that smooths and lengthens the midriff, lifts and rounds the bust, gives the silhouette that long, unbroken line so important to the new styles. At The Hospitals 1 Blytheville Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, city Andrew Clark, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dora Smith, city Mrs. Roney Lambert, city Mrs. Billy Hopper and baby, city Mrs. Ed Spaeth and baby, city Julia McHaney, city Mrs. Lonnie Akers and baby, city ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Crump of Kankakee, 111., formerly of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching maiTOge of their daughter, Vonita Mae, to Leland Klassen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Klassen of Kankakee. The wedding will be solemnized April 23, at the Evangelical United Brethern Church in Kankakee. Lake Street Methodist WSCS Has Meeting Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. L. E. Gordon were hostesses last night when the. Women's Society or Christian Service, of Lake Street Methodist Church met. Mrs. George Shanks was in harge of the business session when plans were made for the birthday alendar and a party to be held for ew members of the organization. Group singing followed the business session and Mrs. C. T. Shamlin was in charge of the program, "Family at Prayer." Those taking parts were Mrs. Joe Thomas, Mrs. Shanks and Mrs. L. F. May. Mrs. Shamlin and Mrs. H. M. Sanford gave the closing prayers after which the hostesses served refreshments. Ruth Millett Don't Try To Regain Love of Man A twenty-year-old girl who has had the young man she planned to m a rry taken away from her by another girl wants to know how to get him back. My answer is: Don't try. If an- o th e r girl • can take him away from you before marriage, what makes you think that someone else couldn't take him away from you after marriage if you were unlucky enough to get. him back? The man a woman has to chase and knock herself out to hold onto is sure to give her more grief than happiness if she puts her happiness in his hands. Sure, a girl can often hook a man who doesn't want to be hooked or get back a man who has tried to get away, but after she gets nim she has to spend a lifetime trying to hold onto him. The women who go through life secure and serene aren't the ones who plot and plan how to get a man who is trying to get away They are the women who are smart enough to choose the man who chooses them. Then from the start the man knows that he is the pursuer—not the pursued. And that makes a whale of a difference in his attitude. His wife isn't the girl who finally caugnt him and who is willing to White's January Event Now Going On! Have you been to White's this week? Don't Miss this tremendous opportunity to Save on footwear for every Member of your family! I *. SONS I 8H O E S I New Liberty Girls Groups Have Programs Young Women's Auxiliary ol the New Liberty Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Shed Bevllls alst night. Group singing opened the meeting followed with prayer by Peggy Gunter. Nancy Dixon was in charge of the program and those .taking parts were Mrs. Bevills, Miss Gunter, Marie Bevill, Marilyn Lutes, Mable Crook; Martha Mlddleton, Maxine Crosskno and Miss Dixon. Miss Crook dismissed the group and refreshments were served. The Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of the church met at the home of Geraldine Langley last night. Group singing and repeating of the watchword opened the meeting and those giving the mission program were Mrs. J. E. Gunter, Miss Gunter, Brenda Long, Patsy Sikes and Linda Gunter. Mrs. William Langley dismissed the group with prayer and the hostess served refreshments. Calvary WMU Gives Royal Service Program Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Melton yesterday afternoon for a Royal Service program. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting followed with prayer by Mrs. Melton. The devotional was given by Mrs. Nora Lunsford. Mrs. W. F. O'Neal was in charge of the program and those assisting her were Mrs. Louise Baughman, Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Mrs. Grace Corkran, Mrs. Lloyd Creclius, Mrs. Claude Rowland and Mrs. Melton The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. O'Neal and the hostess served refreshments. Roy Baker Elected Head OfGosnelU-H Roy Baker. Jr., was elected president of the Oosnell 4-H Club Thursday when an election of officers was held. Other officers elected were Barbara Bevill, vice-president, Carl Hester Warren, secretary and treasurer, and Roy Lynn Via, reporter. spend a lifetime trying to hold nim but the girl he finally persuaded to be his wife. So waste no time crying over the one who got away. Some day you'll find a man who doesn't want to get away, end with him life will be much simpler. Officer's Training Course Taught Women of Presbyterian Church Women of the Presbyterian Church met at the church yesterday for an officers' training course which was taught by Mrs. C. C. Smith. In this session, Mn. Vermin Thomasson presided »nd gave the devotional. Luncheon was served the group by Mrs. George Dlllahunty and Mrs. Zal Harrison. An executive board meeting followed the luncheon at 1 p.m. with Mr». George Yate« giving the devotional and Mrs. Thomasson presiding over the business session. Coming Events Love ' Group of First Christian Church meet* with Mrs. Harry Bradley. Annie Armstrong Circle m«U with Mrs*. Lena Everett. AJphia Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi meets at home of Mrs. Dick Watson with Mrs. Elmer Stone co-hostess, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. Tri-Town Club meets with Mrs. Worth Holder. Miss Ramona Crafton entertains NN Bridge Club. Mrs. J. F. Montandon entertains La Petite Club. GIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W- H. O'Keefe. Wednesday. NGW Club meets with Mrs. Harry Grimes, Jr., 620 E. Cherry with Mrs. Paul Cooper hostess. Yarbro PTA has meeting at 3 p.m. preceded by executive- board meeting, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertains TLE Bridge Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Sudbury PTA meeting at 3 p.m. preceded by executive board meeting 2^30 p.m. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Randal Hawks, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets. La Neuve Club meets with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chillion Club. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Barbara Sawyer. Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Joe Freeman, 1912 Hearn, 7;30 p.m, Burdette PTA having potluck supper in cafeteria, 7 p.m. John Roden will be guest speaker. Elliott Fletcher of UDC meets at Razorback, 12:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. George Roland Green, Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks entertains Vend- Mr. Lipscomb Speaks to Bandmothers Mrs. Charlie Brogdon presided last night when the Bandmothers Club met In the high school auditorium for .their regular monthly meeting. Robert Lipscomb, band director, gave a report on the projects of the band and new Instruments have been ordered. It was announced at the meeting that the Bandmothers had contacted the Blytheville Booster Club, seeking help In the purchase of new uniforms for the band mem bers. Mission Study Taught at NFMS Meeting Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society met at the church last night. Group singing opened the meeting and Mrs, Harold Thompson, Sr., presided over the meeting. Mrs. Millard Hooper led the opening prayer. A business session was conducted and the devotional was given by Mrs. Roy Oaines. "Early Nazarene Missions," a mission study, was taught by Mrs. Jimmy Quick. Miss Elizabeth McGee gave the closing prayer. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. Florence Breysocker were in Wynne Saturday to attend the funeral services (or Mrs. Breysacker's and Mr. Bugg's niece, Mrs. Russell Clemens. Mrs. J. A. Luckett and Miss Neai Luckett returned Sunday Iran B visit with Dr. Prank Luckett, Mrs. Luckett and daughters, Nancy and LaNelle, in Fort Bliss, Tex. Dan Blodgett underwent surgery this morning at Campbell's Clinic for a broken ankle. Mrs. Blodgett is in Memphis with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Spaeth, Jr., are the parents of a daughter born Saturday morning at Chickasawba. Hospital. The baby, their third child, has been named Maria Melete. Mrs. Spaeth and the babj now are at their home, 2236 Kenwood Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Boyd were in Oxford, Miss., last night to attend the presentation of "First Act-Intermission," presented by students of the University of Mississippi and written by their son, Howell Boyd, a student there, 'i'liey were accompanied by Mrs. 0. B. Burrow and Mrs. J. D. Turnham of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Welborn have returned from Peco, Tex., where they spent the holiday season visit- Mrs. Welborn's brother, R. L. Blair and Mrs. Blair. DollyHeittYWA Has Meeting Dolly Hiett Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Martha Jane Bartholomew last night. Miss Bartholomew gave the opening prayer following the repeating of the watchword. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove gave the devotional. Those taking part in the program were Miss Barbara Koonce, Miss Marilyn Baker and Miss Bartholomew. The large rhinestone buckle is making a comeback on fall shoes again. It's seen on the delicately- heeled black pump for dress-up wear. * * • Cashmere cardigans, for campus and casual wardrobes, are being made with the popular button-down collar this fall. redf Bridge Club. Mrs. Toby Long entertains Friday Club. and the biggest bargain in your budget today is electricity. The fact is that ihe American family gets twice at much electricity per dollar today as it did twenty years ago. For mere pennies a day electricity helps you live better, feel belter, play better, work better. Just a few examples:* For about a nickel you can refrigerate all your food for a whole week end. Hot water it always on tap for jiut a few pennies' worth of electricity. Television is enjoyed by one and all' for just a few cents of electric power a day. Everything come« out clean in the family wa»h for just pcnniaa of electricity. And all this cheap electricity is right at your finger tip... around the clock. Usually bargains don't come this easy, or this big. No wonder everybody loves this bargain . . . ELECTRICITY. "YOU All THIM"-CM toinMnt-wMmM hlilerr'i gwt ...nl. Ark-Mo Power Co, •Mmeit on areriirt hcinvhold ratof. Bits of News y Personal Skating Party Given for Church Groups Grade School and junior high choirs of the Presbyterian Church were entertained with a skating party at Hayti Saturday afternoon Chaperones were Mrs. Jess Horner, Mrs. Johnny Marr and the Rev. Harvey Kidd, pastor of the church. Chapter D PEG To Meet With , Mrs. Houchins Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood will meet Friday with Mrs. H. H. Ho* chins Instead of Mrs. J. A. Leach, as originally scheduled. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times TUBS.. 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