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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1955 - Society News — a Ann Mollni'v .Qnoiafv Blriiror * PllOl Mist Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 ENGAGED — Miss Mellie Hisaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tester Hisaw, of Lynwood, Calif., will become the bride of Darol Lloyd of Blytheville, son of Mrs. J. A. Lloyd and the late Mr. Lloyd of Blytheville. Mellie Hisaw of California To Become Bride of Darol Lloyd Mr and Mrs. Lester Hisaw of Lynwood, Calif., today announce the .engagement of their daughter, Mellie to Darol Lloyd of Blytheville, son of Mrs. J. A. Lloyd and the late Mr Lloyd of Blytheville. Miss Hisaw attended high school a member of the football squad in Compton, Calif., and graduated and B club. from Compton Junior Colleg. She H e attended University of Art- It a senio'r at Westmont College ansas where he was a member of in Santa Barbara, Calif., where she Alpha Gamma Rhoe fraternity and is majoring in elementary educ- a is 0 attended California State atlon. Polytechnic College at San Luis Mr. Lloyd graduated from Ely- obispo. Calif. theville High School where he was pi an5 for the wedding will be announced at a later date. Luncheon Given for Chapter N,PEO Yellow pom-poms, snapdragons and jonquils centered the luncheon table yesterday when Mrs. J. W. Adams entertained Chapter N PEO Sisterhood at her home. Mrs. R. A. Nelson was co-hostess. The individual tables where guests were seated were centered with arrangements of pansies. Following lunch, Mrs. Nelson presided over the business session and Mm. Riley Jones was In charge of the program on founders day. Mrs. Thomasson Guest of Friday Club Mrs. Vernon. Thomasson was a guest yesterday when Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertained the Friday Club. Spring flowers were used to decorate the Fentiler home. In the bridge games, Mrs. Thomasson won high, Mrs. James Roy won second high and Mrs. Farris McCalla won bridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. County Council PTA Meets at Burdette School Burdette Parent-Teacher Association was hostess to Mississippi County Council yesterday. Mrs. Harper Gates, president, was in charge find the invocation was given by Mrs, C. O. McHaffey. Mrs. Charles Fraaier gave the welcome and Tommy McClur? gave the devotional using as his subject, "Teaching Children by Example.' Special musical selections were presented by the Burdette Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Following this lunch was served in the school cafeteria. A panel discussion on undesirable literature followed lunch with Mrs. Philip Deer, program chairman. The milage banner was presented the Shawnee group. Colorful Kitchen Aide WORK BASKET DELIGHT 8042 34.48 By Sue Burnett A practical bib style apron that goes together easily and quickly Use bright scraps from your work basket for trim. Pattern No. 8042 is in sizes 34, 39, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36,, 2 7 / 8 yards of 35-inch; 1 yard contrast, or scraps. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, sl.ze desired and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier Newi, 372 W. Quicy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Basic FASHION, fall and winter contains > wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 38 cent* now for your cop)'. \ John Hugh Tyrone and Joe Whi- •enhunt, students at Arkansas A. and M., are spending the semester holidays with their parents. Those in Jonesboro Thursday to attend the district home demonstration club meeting were .Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, Mrs. Mary Scrape. Mrs. Viola Morris and Mrs. P. S. Parker. Mack Patt is spending the weekend in Sikeston with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Gentry and daughter of Long Beach, Calif., are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush left this morning for Mobile, Ala., where they will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray Smart are leaving tomorrow for an extendr ed vacation to New Orleans and points of interest ill Florida. In New Orleans they will visit their son, Murray, Jr., who is a student at Tulane University there. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune and sons are spending the weekend in Shelbyville, Tenn., visiting Mr. Tune's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tune. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slack and children will spend tomorrow in Friars Point, Miss., visiting Mr. Slack's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Slack. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure are leaving in the morning for Little Rock where they will visit relatives before going to Hot Springs to attend the Episcopal Dioceson Annual Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell will leave Tuesday morning for Hot Springs to attend the Episcopal Dio- secon Annual Meeting. Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burks of Albuquerque, N. M., announce the birth of a daughter, their first child, born yesterday at Sandria Army Hospital there. Mrs. Burks is the former Miss Mary Jo Eaton, daughter of Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton of Blytheville. Lieutenant Burks is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks of Blythf ville. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel House, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Charlie krutz. and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morgan will be in Memphis tonight to attend a singing convention at Ellis Auditorium. Mrs. P. G. Kildow of Iowa Park, Tex., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Eddie Saliba, Mr. Saliba and children. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks will I leave tomorrow for Albuquerque, N. I'M., to be with their son. Lt. Pat ' Burks. Mrs. Burks and infant daughter for the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer have ( as their weekend guests their dnugh- i ter, Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr., and Mr. Parrs of Memphis. They came especially to return their daughter. Patty, home. She has spent the past two weeks here with her grandparents. Perfect Attendance Record Announced for Lange School Perfect attendance list for the first semester of Lange School was released today by the principal, Mrs. Charles Penn. First grade students, on the list ,re Ronald Lynn Beard, Thomas Edge. James Holbrook, Donald Lawrence, John Lynn Morgan, Fredia Jeanette Brown, Martha Ann Burks, Pamela Ann Fowler, Margaret Lou Lunsford,. Brenda Kay Mizell, Ouldo Ruth Maxwell, Neda Jo Southern, Jim Branscum, Ronnie Fondren, Larry Stanley, Alan legethoff, Lynn Ledbetter, Jennie Marston, Beverly Pierson, Mae Richardson and Nancy Joyce Shanks. Second grade students are Michael Calvert, David Krech, Michael Ledbetter, Lindel Llpford, Howard Ralph, Steven Short, Karen Boren, Jean Mays, Susie Naomi Ashmore, Jamie LaNenl Mizell and Delia Frances Wallace. Those in the third grade were Joe Jolley. William Dewey Kambo, Ronald Hardesty, Mary Elizabeth Barnes, and Betty Carol Burks. Fourth grade students with perfect marks were Jackie Lee El liott, Charlie Roy Holbrook, Carole Kay Roach, Charles. Franklin Lowery, Franklin Lee Maxwell, Marti Ann Cuadra and Peggy Sue Kincaid. Those in the fifth grade were Jimmy Ray Rodgers, Dianne Branscum. Carole Sue Burnham, Donna Sue Edings, Linda Lowe, Qail Clark, Ronald Fowler, .John Holland, Sandra Lipford, Mary Gay Nelson. Joyce Watson. Short and Patsy Sixth grade students were Jerry Hill, Gary White, Gloria Forshee, Margaret Holbrook, Hilda Barnes, Earl Bransoum, Charles Edings, Ronnie Frazier, Stanley Jackson, Douglas McFadden, Jerry Martirij Nell Brett, Ncdra Briley, Martha Gamble and Stella Perry. Vendredi Club conducts Game At Razorback Vendredi Bridge Club was entertained at the Razorback last night by Mrs. Bill Slack. Mrs. Robert Metcalfe won high in bridge. Mrs. Frank Hall, second high, and Mrs. Billy Joe Gean was awarded bridgo. Refreshments were served following the games. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature Bullet for Bullet! JOHN PAYNE L1ZABETH SCOTT DAN DURYEA,. SILVER L — AND — ^ ^ Serial "Batman" No. 13 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature R«.idt,G0DDflRD | \$ins of Jezebel | — AND — "PEARL OF DEATH' With Basil Rnthbonc METRO NEWS World's largest man-made harbor Is San Pedro, Calif. Guests Present When La Finesse Club Has Meeting Mrs. Everett Peterson was hostess to members of La Finesse Club yesterday, she had as her guests Mrs. Todd Harrison and Mrs. Grady Ma- 'gee. A Valentine theme was carried out in the decorations and dessert course which preceded the games. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Mrs. Harrison were bridge winners. Read Courier News Classified Ads THEATRE ~ On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 • Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. SATURDAY Double Feature -AND— ,, t; DREAM HOUS CARTOON & SERIAL SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 p.m. Mrs. Turck Complimented With Party Mrs. M. F. Day, Sr., and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., entertained at the home of Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., yesterday complimenting Mrs. Kate Turck who is a Blytheville visitor and former resident. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Placecards were white cards decorated with red hachets. Red carnations in budvases centered the individual tables. Centering the dining table was an antique glass fruit bowl on -a stand hblding fruit. The,gifts surrounded this stand and 'were tied in red and centered with small bunches of fruit. Mrs. P. G. Kildow who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eddie Saliba, was a tea guest of the group. In the games prizes were awarded Mrs. Mike O'Keefe, high, Mrs. Joe McHaney, second, high, and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., bridgo. Mrs. Turck was presented a gift by her hostesses. Flat Lake HDClub Has Meeting Plat Lake Home Demonstration Club met Thursday at the club house with 15 members and four guests, Mrs. Ruth Darby, Mrs. Sue Rast, Mrs. Mildred Gary and Mrs. Mary Alice pore, present. Roll call was answered with etiquette tips and reports were made by chairman. It was decided the group would contribute to the March of Dimes campaign. Hints on planting flowers and a health reports were given by committees. Mrs. Moore gave a demonstration on a new material, "contact," and also demonstrated refinishin? furniture techniques. At the conclusion of the meet- nig, a surprise layette shower was given for Mrs. Jack Craig. Friday Contract Club Meets in Whittaker Home Frday Contract Club* met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs. G. O. Poetz, high, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, second high, and Mrs. R. B. Stout, bridgo. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. Ladies Bible Class Has Regular Meeting Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church was entertained in Fellowship Hall yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J. G. Sudbury and Mrs. Ed Hardin. Mrs. B. F. Gay was a guest of the group and Mrs. C. W. Ramey became a new member. A devotional was given by Mrs. Sudbury and the remainder of the afternoon was spent in informal entertainment. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Betty Forbes, city Mrs. W. N. Holly, Cooler Mrs. Bobby Skelton and baby. Bt 2. city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Charlotte S. Tiners. city Mrs. Claude Dean Anderson and baby, city Mrs. Fay Grimes, city Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, city Coming Events MONDAY Executive Board of First Christian Church Women will meet at 10:30 potluck luncheon at 12 p. m. A general meeting will be held at 1 p. m. Trinity Baptist Church circles meet. Jewel Abernathy with'meets with Mrs. B. L. Holmes, 2 p. m. Evelyn Stanford, Mrs. Jess Providence, 2 p.l m. Circle Three with Mrs. C. Si Webb, 2 p. m. and Mildred Matthew, Mrs. Gaylord Lewis. 8'30 p. m. • General meeting of Presbyterian Church Women, 2:30 p. m. TUESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Herb Childs and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. American Legion Auxiliary meets at hut. Yarbro HD Club meets with Mrs. Gene McGuire, 2 p. m. Eastern Star meets at Masonic Temple, B p. m. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve, 7:30 p. m. Colonial John Martin Chapter of Daughter of the American Colonists meets at Hotel Noble, 10:30 a. m. Hostesses are Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Hiram Wylle. C1B Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Elwood Deen. Mrs. Robert Ktllian entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Garrard Caudill entertains Tri-Town Club. _ Octave Club meets with Mrs. William Bear. Country Club Bridge League = YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE The House of Perfect Sound & Projection Sunday & Monday January 23 & 24 A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE ALSO CARTOON & SERIAL SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature CARNIVAL STORY —AND- ALSO CARTOON It's Coming Soon ALL. THE ROARING, RAUCOUS, t \ ROWDY EXCITEMENT OF THE CLASSIC LEGEND OF THE WESTI AUDIE MURPHY-MARI BLANCHARD • LYLE BETTGER LORI NELSON-THOMAS MITCHELL o Edgar Buchanan-Wallace Ford • Mary Wickes • Alai Halt, Jr. DM* t, GEORGE MARSHALL, inn*, h EDMUND H. NORTH M D. 0. KMJCWMP ' ft«*je<« ti SMNIEY RUBIN • A UNM»SMKS™II» POJUC OSCEOLA NEWS .. Southern Baptist Mission work in Israel and the Near East including the orphanage at Nazareth; the influence of the Jew on modern civilization, and something 1 of his religious and national festivals made up the program led by Mrs. R. H. Jones at the monthly program meeting of Woman's Missionary Union at First Baptist Church in Osceola on' Monday. Musical recordings of the moving Kol Nidre and records of the calendar of festivals explaining the meaning of various religious holidays gave atmosphere to the occasion. An interesting exhibit of articles used in Jewish worship including a mazuzah, the tcfillin (prayer- shawl ), a seven-branch candlestick, a Hebrew hymnal and prayer book. Books from the Mississippi County Library and the flag of Israel were used in the room. A reading entitled "The Flag of Israel" was given by Mrs. P. P. Herring who also gave the devotional message. Miss Patricia Brown accompanied by Stella Carrol Bradshaw, sang the eleventh-century poem, "O Love of God," which is sung at each Shavuoth. An ancient Hebrew prayer repented in unison was used as a benediction. Mrs. A. E. Thorne, president of the W. M. U., presided during the business session, with Mrs. Frank Williams as secretary. A cash gift was voted towards meets. La Petite Club meet* with Mrs. O. Usrey. WEDNESDAY NGW Club.meets with Mrs. Bill Fraser wi.th Mrs. William Harrison as hostess, 7:30 p. m. Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meets at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard for 1 p. m. luncheon. Mrs. Bob Logan is co-hostess, Mrs. R. H. Klrby entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. S. C. Owens. Town and Country Club will be entertained by Mrs. M. N. Nunn. THURSDAY Lottie 'Moon YMA meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertains Mid-Week CLub. La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. O. O. Elkins entertains fchillion Club. GEO Club meets with Miss Jetty e Huffman. Mrs. Johnny White entertains Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains Friday Contract Club. La Finesse Club meets with Mrs. Jack Webb. Mrs. S. E. Tune entertains Friday Club. Womans Club meets at club house, 1 p. m., for covered-dish luncheon. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. the expenses of Miss Nancy Coopef of Little Rock, executive secretary-treasurer of Arkansas Woman*! Missionary Union, to attend the sessions of the Baptist Work Alliance in London July 16-22. During the social hour, a desert course was served by the hostesses, Mrs, Jettie Driver, Mrs. D. P. Clark, Mrs. Jim Pittman and Mra. Roy Cox. Mrs. Minnie Garvin of Ruston, La., is the houseguest of her brother-in-law, R. H. Jones, and Mrs. Jones on Carson Lake. Mrs. J. T. Rhoads and Mrs. Bryan Rogers were hostesses to the Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church for their January business and socis.l meeting in the Rhoads home on Thursday afternoon. Special guests were Mrs. Elsie Edrington, Mrs. Erus Bradshaw, Mrs. D. H. Blackwood, Mrs. J. S. McCants and Mrs. Minnie Oar- vin of Ruston, La. Mrs. R. H. Jones, teacher of the class, was also present after an absence of four months in California and Texas, part of the time being spent in a Houston hospital following a fall in which she broke an ankle. Mrs. C. C. McKay, class president, presided during the business session in which reports were heard regarding class grade, visitation, new prospects and other activities. The devotional message was given by Mrs. T. C. Spiers. New officers for the year 1955 are Mrs. G. C. McKay, president; Mrs. Bryan Rogers, vice-president; Mrs. C. M. Horton, secretary; Mrs. J. T, Rhoads and Mrs. J. C. Pendergrast, group leaders. Mrs. R. H. Jones presented the Golden "E" seal received from the Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn., in recognition for the class having maintained the standard of excellence rating for 1954. Mrs. C. E. Lloyd and Mrs. A. J. Levenstein were hostesses to the Literature Department of the Progressive Club in the Lloyd hom« on Tuesday" afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd led a round table discussion on "Our Religious Faith" and also included something of other religious faiths. Mrs. Ruth Swansey told of her early home training and moral and religious Instruction. Mrs. Lloyd gave an exposition of the Lord's Prayer taken from a recent issue of Presbyterian Life. Mrs. R. H. Jones reviewed some principles of the Jewish faith and the meaning of their national and religious festivals and holidays. The hostesses served a dessert course. If you have asthma or sinus trouble and bath powder gets up your nose, cornstarch is an excellent substitute. It doesn't make a cloud, is smooth on the skin. To add a sweet smell, mix it half and half with baby powder. 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