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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 198$ -Society News - * Ann Mall^fv SA/»i0fr.V Editor * ' PllOI MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Visiting Ministers and Wives Entertained With Social Events A breakfast for preachers and there wives, who are attending the Institute of Christian Churches which opened here yesterday at First Christian Church, wa« held this morning at the church. Women's Fellowship of the church was host. Coffee was served in the kindergarten room of .the church at 7:30 with breakfast being served at 7:45 in the dining room. Stock, carnations, chrysanthemums and Hawaiian greenery were used to decorate the tables The Rev. C. O. 'Hawley, visiting minister from Indianapolis, Ind., ww speaker and chose as his topic, "Compassion in Today's World." A luncheon was given at the Rustic Inn at noon for the wives with Mrs. James Lee Brooks and Mri. Freeman Robinson acting as hos- teuec. "India," was the theme carried out in the decorations with a global flag of the nation centering the table. This was surrounded with greenery which was intersperied with smaller flags. Brass oriental candlesticks hold- .ng lighted tapers were used to flank this arrangement. Favors of stick cologne were presented the guests. Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr., presented.a story, "Priion and Chocolate Cake." Bernard Burry presided over the night session of the convention last aigtit and O. E. Tendleton of Hope was in charge of the music. Lester Biteford, director of religious .education, of Little Rock gave a talk on hymn Interpretation and .Mrs. Jerry Morgan of Blytheville presented a solo. Speaker for the evening was Dr. S. Marion Smith of Indianapolis, Ind. Following the session the Rev. and Mrs. James Rainwater entertained with a drop-In for the out- of-town guests at their home on Broadway. Lamar Mayo of Osceola Claims English Girl as Bride In Ceremony In a ceremony solemnized Saturday morning in the parsonage of the First Baptist Church in Osceola, Miss Barbara Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown, of Norwich, England became the bride of Lamar Mayo, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mayo, of Osceola. The Rev. Percy P. Herring, officiated at the ceremony before an improvised altar of white gladioli. Miss Pat Brown, soloist, and T. W. Hunt, pianist,. presented nuptial music. Miss Brown's selec- Armorel WMS Has Meeting In Smith Home Armorel Women's Missionary Society met at the home of 4 Mrs. W. L. Smith yesterday with 10 members present. Mrs. Smith was in charge of the program, "Search for Truth," and those assisting here were Mrs. Hugh Dixon. Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Mrs. Preston Lawrence, Sr. The business session was presided over by Mrs. Henry Applegate when plans were made for a mission, study to be held at the home of Mrs. Applegate, Feb. 7. Mrs. Tom Dodson gave the closing prayer and refreshments were served. . . . ? Mrs. Burks Elected Head Of NALC NALC Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Paul Burks last night for election of officers. In the election, officers elected were Mrs. Burks, president; Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky, vice-president; Mrs. Bill Ellis, secretary; Mrs. Max Koonce, flag bearer; Mrs. Eric Hall, chaplain, and Mrs. Ira Lambert, Jr., reporter. Refreshments were served in the social hour following, Wonderully Slimming By Sue Burnett A charmingly simple frock to flatter a woman's figure. And cut on ilimming princess lines with a choice of necklines. Pattern No, 8217 It in sizes 34/36, 36, 40, 42, 44 ,46, 46, Size 36, V.i yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 36c in COINS, your name, address, size dwired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 373 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111, The latest issue of our pattern magftzine contains dozens more smart, easy to tew styles for all ages. Send % cent* today for your copy of Ui« sprinc * summer 'K issu*. * "• ' tlon's included "Because." The bride, given in marriage by Jim Looney, wore a blue suit and carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. Mrs. Jim Looney served as matron of honor and wore a spring suit of brown and blue. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink car nations. Buddy Davis of Newport, brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man. Mrs. Mayo, mother of the groom, wore for her son's marriage a grey suit and pinned a yellow orchid at her shoulder. Mr. Mayo attended Columbia Military Academy before entering the Air Force. He served two years in England where he met his bride. He received his discharge in June of 1954. Mrs. Mayo arrived In Osceola in October of 1954 from England. The couple left on a wedding 1 trip to New Orleans and upon their return will make their home with the groom's parents. He will be associated with his father in business. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs, Stroth- eV As'qiiith of Memphis and and Mrs. Davis of Newport. Mr. Coming Events TUESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets . in Plantation Room of Hotel Noble, 7; 30 p.m. fiostesses are Mrs. Herb Childs and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. American Legion Auxiliary meets at hut. Eastern Star meets at Masonic Temple, 8 p. m. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve, 7:30 p. m. CIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs Elwood Deen. Mrs. Robert Killian entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Garrard Caudill entertains Tri-Town Club. Octave Club meets with Mrs, William Bear. Country Club Bridge League meets. La Petite Club meet* with Mrs. O. Usrey. WEDNESDAY NOW Club meets with Mrs. Bill Fraser with Mrs. William Harrison as hostess, 7:30 p. m. Chapter D PEO Sisterhood meets at the home of Mrs. James, C. Guard for l p. m. luncheon. Mrs Bob Logan is co-hostess. Mrs. R. H. Kirby entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. V Club Eight meets with Mrs. S C. Owens. Town and Country . Club wil be entertained by Mrs. M. N. Nunn. Lange PTA meets at 3 p. m preceded by executive board meet- inp, 2:30 p. m. 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 Chillion Club. GEO Club meets with Miss Jettye Huffman. Mrs. Johnny White entertains Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets, Altrusa Club meets at Hotel Noble, 7 p. m. Esther Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. J. C. Roach, 7:30 p. m. Study Course for junior and senior high PTA at home economics cottage, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Sanford Tomllnson, La Finesse Club meets with Mrs. Ja'ck Webb. Mrs. a. E. Tune entwtflins Friday Olub. Womans Club meets at club house, 1 p. m., for covered-dish luncheon. Blythovllle Council of -Church Women have business meeting and installation of . officers at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 3:30 P- m. „ SATURDAY Brldf« The daughter born to Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burks in Albuquerque, N, M., Friday has been named Rhonda Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jost are in Wardell today to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Jost's mother, Mrs. W. E. Brown. Condition of Chris Tompkins, who underwent major surgery at Methodist Hospital in Memphis yesterday, is reported to be satisfactory. He is in Room 215. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chapman were in Osceola Saturday morning to attend the wedding of Miss Barbara Brown and Lamar Mayo. Mrs. A. P. Burks, Mrs. Howard Bowen and Mrs. Dixie Godwin of Bloomfield, Mo., left today for Los Angeles, Calif., where they will spend the next four weeks visiting friends and relatives. They will also visit in Las Vegas and at Catallna Island. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ray spent Sunday in Maiden visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rhoads. Ross Stevens and Dr. Harvey Kidd left this morning to ' attend the East Arkansas Presbytery at 'the First Presbyterian Church in Marianna. Air Cadet Pat Smothermon, who has been stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., will leave tomorrow for Marianna, Fla., where he will take his primary training after a visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smothermon. ' Lake Street WSCS Honors New Members A party honoring; new members was given last night by the Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service. New members joining last night were Mrs, Weldon Douglass and Mrs. Lillie Dixon. They joined with those who had become new members in the past month in sharing the festivities. Mrs. Gean Strickland was a guest of the group. Refreshments were served from a table overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with Picardy gladioli and pink tapers in crystal candlesticks. In .the business session, Mrs. Iverson Morris gave the opening prayer and a memorial gift in honor of Mrs. Harry Taylor was presented by Misses Jesse Srite and Mable Hogan. Mrs. C. T. Shamlin gave the devotional followed by group singing. Mrs. Shamlin also gave a reading. Group pictures were made and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. Joe Thomas, Dolly Hiett YWA Has Program Dolly Hiett Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church met at the church last night for a program. Repeating of the watchword followed by prayer by Martha Jane Bartholomew opened the meeting. Barbara Koonce gave the devotional and those taking parts on the program were Marilyn Baker, Miss Bartholomew, Rosemary Snow and Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove. Miss Baker dismissed the group with prayer. Perfect Attendance Record For Sudbury Is Announced The perfect attendance record for Sudbury School is announced today by the principal, Mrs. E. F. Fry. First grade students are Gary Dlckson, Robert Sandefur, Jim Snow, Jack Wagnon, Betty Jones, Susan McNamee, Karen Park, Joe Clifton, Nathan Murff, John Phillips, Emery Wright, Phyllis Ford, Paula Llpford, Patricia Spencer, Earl BUinkenship, Hicky Cooper, Jackie Palloway, Gary Quick, Larry Walker, Karen Jane Duncan, Dolores Ann Layne, Patty Lynn Lewis, Danna Fay Quinton, Donna Faye Quinton, David Linn Arnold, Kenneth Canamore, Dewey Elmo Jones, Jr., Gary Roberston, Lewis Rae Walters, Carolyn Sue- Hardesty and Judy McCanless. Those with perfect marks in the second grade are Richard Binge, Michael Eugene Brock, Rhondal Dale Burns, Frankle Cruse, Jr., James Albert Pinyon, Marvin Elbert Pulley, Van Allen Vowell, Henry Gcan Wadkins, Barbara Sue Bailey, Sharon Lee Davis, Anita Gail Quails, Larry Phillips, Sharron Adams, Jimmy Lloyd Coleman, Whorley Clements Darby, Phyllis Kay Courtney and Connie June Smith. Attaining the record in the third grade were Larry Crocker, Bobby De Canter, Chester Hopper, Michael McWilliams, John Richardson, Annabeth Johnson, Marcia McWilliams, Barbara Webb, James Morris Bohannon, Jr., Ronald Lynn Grimes, Doyle Nichols, John Wayne Richardson, William Douglas Summerville, Herman Turner, Le Roy Wftdkini, Jr., John Hunter White, Janice Lynn David, Mary Lou fi)dwards, Glendfc Sue Quails, Lillian Louise Salmons, Ardath Wright, Ronnie Carson, Frank Elliott, Wayne Hopper, Don Walker and Phyllis Johns, Fourth grade students are Michael Dlckson, Ronald Miller, Frances Darby, Julia Ann Hardesty, Johnny Brock, Marshall Gordon, Alvin Lane, Tommy McCanless, Gary Peterson, Bill Roush, Mary Louise Caldwell, Beverly Jean Da vis, Patricia Larkin, Melba Morris and Jackie Vowell. Perfect record students in the fifth grade are Joseph Gulp Besharse, Columbus Elmore, Douglas McKntght, Alvin Prltchard, Victor Quails, Bobby seay, Dale Walters, Kenneth White, Barbara Cable, Cherry Cooper, Lois Darby, Peggy Haynes, Betty Su« Larkin,'Patricia Mosley, Janet Williams, James Atchley. Nathan Austin, William Burl Boyd, Michael Raymond Johnson, Camille Kay Moore, Patty Lou McBride and Mary Helen Oakley. Those there for 88 days in the sixth grade were Jonathan Abbott, Robert Howell, Marshall Larkin, Nancy Cupples, Barbara Hopper, Edna Layne, Dorothy Marshall, Jane Starnes, Ann Teague, Delores Wadkins, Delmer Daniel, Carl Eldridge, Bobby Johnson, Jerry Anne Boggs, Rebecca Harris, Theresa Jones and Linda Ann imith. Trinity Baptist Church Circks Conduct Meeting in Members Homes Trinity Baptist Circles met in homes yesterday. Jewel Abernathy Circle met with Mrs. B. L. Holmes with six members present. Repeating of the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. Frank Sawyers opened the meeting. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the devotional and Mi-s. John Buchanan conducted the business and also taught the mission study. Mrs. John Neison dismissed the group, Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Jess Province With 12 members and one new member, Mrs. Dan McGruder, present. The group repeated the watchword to open the meeting and Mrs. C. E. Perks gave the opening prayer, Mrs. A. D. Priest taught the mission study and Mrs. H. H. Burnett gave the devotional. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Carl Lay. Circle Three met with Mrs. C. S. Webb with six members and one visitor, Mrs. Bobby Webb, present. Repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. E. G. Lovell opened the meeting. Mrs. Bill Crocker gave the devotional and the mission study was taught by Mrs. W. A. Williams. Mrs. Crocker dismissed the group with prayer. Milderd Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Gaylord Lewis with 17 members and two visitors. Mrs. Jack Vowell and Mrs. Gay Farrish, present. Mrs. Walter Falloway gave the opening prayer following the repeating of the watchword. The mission study was given by Mrs. L. D. Marr and Mrs. Bill Boren offered the closing prayer. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: J. J. Pope, Luxora. Mrs. Everett Peterson, city. Betty Forbes, city. Mrs. Wallace Hudson, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Gloriasteen Forrest, city. Mintern Birmingham, city. Paul Jobe, city. Presbyterian Women Hold General Meeting A general meeting of the Presbyterian Church Women was held yesterday afternoon. There were 45 members present. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson presided over the meeting at which time reports by the committee chairmen were made. Mrs. C. M. Gray, world mission chairman, announced that World Mission season would be held in the church beginning Feb. 2 with services being held each Wednesday night for five weeks. The young people of the Sunday School will participate in these services. Mrs. Thomasson was in charge of the program, "Personal Christian Faith," and those assisting her were Mrs. Hugh Nelson and Mrs. Ed Dicks. Number Nine WMU Meets In Johnson Home Members of the Number Nine Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. Billy Johnson last night. Mrs. Kenneth Dickson was a guest of the group. Mrs. ClifTie Johnson was In charge of .the program and Mrs. Max Johnson gave the devotional. Those assisting with the program WILSON NEWS Mr>. Glen Whe«l« "The Healer," by slaughter; "The Adventuren," by Haycox;. "Fatl- m»—Pilgrimage to Peace," Armstrong; "Pelonchet, Select Notes," Smith; "Lost on Htwk Mountain," Johnson; "The Gall ot the Wild," London; "Northward the Whalers Oo." Douglas; "Operation Getaway," Beth; "Sun Dance," Spies: "Little Wu and the Watermelons," Lin; "Andrew Jackson," Judson; "Boy Scout Merit Badge, Reptile Study," have been added to .the •helves of the Wll«on »ublie Library. Mr. and Mrs. Carrold Ray visited relatives here prior to his going into the service. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and family had as their guests JUr. and Mrs. Arnold (Bud) Haskett of Banta Cruz, Calif. Charles Standofer, who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., visited till parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Standefer, of Marie during the weekend. Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Church entertained, with a get-aquainted party in the church dining room Tuesday night. Mrs. Eva Kerlin, .who has been a patient In Oceola Hospital for the past two weeks, came home Monday. \ Mr. and Mrs. Claude Phillips, Mrs. Scott Swank and daughter, Janette, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and daughters of Ooshen, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. EX Henderson.and other relatives in Wilson last week. Phillis Shettles of Memphis, who has' been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dye and family, returned home with her parents who came for her Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nichols and family of West Memphis visited Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wilson and family of Marie Sunday. Mrs. Russell Nash entertained members of the Josephine Soaggs Circle of the Women's Missionary Union at her home Monday night. Mrs. Isaac Alexander finished teaching the study course book. Mrs. Arnold Haskett visited with circle members. Mrs. Curtis Miller, chairman, presided durnig the business session. Mrs. Bernice Cummings, Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, Mrs. Pat Bourland and Mrs. Russie Perry visited friends in Campbell's Clinic and Baptist Hospital in Memphis Thursday. were Mrs. Raymond Whittle, Mrs. Ira Dickson and Mrs. Billy Johnson. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. YOU con quickly be a Success in TV Growth of the television-electronics field is tremendous . . . hundreds of trained men are needed. Keegan s School of Television can train you in just a fe* months and place ( you in a good-paying job. Keegan s is one of America's finest schools ot adult education; approved for veterans. We prepare you for many job opportunities—television wrv- iceman, station operator, electronics technician, airport telephone operator. Day or night classes only a few dollars a month. Over 93% of our graduates are now earning good money. For full information, write: KEBGAN'S SCHOOL OF TELEVISION, 207-A Madison Ave., Memphis, Tennessee. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & Sun. 1:00 p.m. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Double Feature >jj The funniest sol/re since "NinolMa"! _AND— ERVE-TINCUN6 TWIH *IU! ALSO CARTOON It's Coming Soon COLLECTIONS SLOW? 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A duet was presented by Misses Lutes and Bevill and Mrs. Clyde Webb was in charge of the service. Mrs. Dixon gave the dedication prayer and Miss Crosskno presented the Bible. Refreshments of iced drinks and cake were served in the social hour. Posture Keys Neckline Look By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Edilor It's her neckline that, gives a mature woman as much trouble as any single aspect ot her looks. She peers in the mirror and feels as .though she were looking at the rings on a tree — she can count her years there. And she doesn't want to have to do this. Much of the preaching today about, overweight is aimed at men and women 'of mature years. And, as she loses Weight, a mature woman's neckline takes on years as it grows slack. For a woman who has not lost a lot of weight, the problems of the neckline got With the problems of posture. If a woman walks upright with a good head carriage, she should not have a dowager chin. But for a woman who has peeled off many pounds, the problem becomes more difficult.* She shouJd massage the loose MRS. ELIZABETH GREEN, Seattle, s*ys: "St. Joseph Aspirin For Children i« so convon- j*Dt No need to break Ubleti. Mr children Ilk* the orange flavor." ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN skin that used to cover all that flesh with n camphor tissue cream. Work from the tip of the chin firmly down onto the chest. Then dash on. cold water to tighten the skin. If she lias time, a dieting mature woman should do tills twice a day. The elegantly-tailored look U seen In a two-piece black watch plnid box suit, and a banker's gray fitted suit with velvet collar and cuffs. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by tooee falM toeth slipping, dropping or wobbling whan you cat, talk or laugh. Juit sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. ThU pleasant powder fives a rcnurktiblfi cense of added comfort «nd Kcurltjr by holding plutM more firmly. 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