The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 8, 1955
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PAQE TWO BLYTHEV1LU (ARK.) COURIBK NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1955 - Society News - .inn Mollnrv Snmetv KMitnr * PhOIM Miw MillU Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 80 Women At Methodist WSCS Meet Circle Four of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church was hostess yesterday to 80 members of the organization ior a luncheon at the church. A Valentine motif was carried out in Fellowship Hall, where the luncheon tables were decorated With bowls of white -carnations, interspersed with red hearts, and with styrofoam hearts studded with red azaleas. Mrs< W. I. Denton gave the devo tlonal and Mrs. G. W. Pyles pre sented the mission program on "The Life of David Livingston." Miss Emily Damon, accompanie by Ralph Nichols Jr., sang "All in the April Evening." Mrs. L. E. Old, president, was ir charge of the business, and Mrs. Dick Watson, secretary of Christian Relations, gave her report. A nominating committee was ap pointed, consisting of Mrs. Willian Wyatt, Mrs. Pyles, Mrs. Hugh Whit sitt and Mrs. W.- L. 'Horner. Announcement of World Day o Prayer to be held on Feb. 25 a First Presbyterian Church, wa, made. Mrs. Old dismissed the group with prayer. 100 Calvary Young People At Banquet Over 100 young people attendee the Sweetheart Banquet given Saturday night at Calvary Baptist Church, when the Rev. J. H. Melton welcomed the guests. The linen covered banquet tables were decorated with white styro- foam hearts centered with trees of red heart blossoms. Large red hearts were placed about the banquet hall. A play, "Love's Seven Stages, was presented under the direction of Mrs. Melton, with the cast composed of Lynn Bradley, Gene Bradley, Gwen Rhoads, Yvonne Lunsford, Dorothy Jones, Edna Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hall, Harold O'Neal, Curtis Perry, Howard Horner and Faye Fan Melton. The Rev. Leonard Kaffa of Join«• Baptist Church was a guest speaker at the banquet. Gosnell Baptist Class Convenes Members of the Lottie Moon Claw of Gosnell Baptist church met last night at the home of Mrs. Charles Bunn, for their regular monthly business session. Mrs. Jack Tapp, president, was in charge ot the business when plans for the coming year were discussed. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Alice Lott and Mrs. Goldie McKay gave the devotional. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Tapp. Tops In Date Frocks Mrs. Robert Earl Davis Rhodes-Davis Wedding Vows Are Taken Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rhodes an nounce the marriage of thei daughter. Miss Gail Rhodes, to Robert Earl Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Davis, all of Gosnell. . The ceremony was solemnized Saturday afternoon at Gosnell Baptist Church with the Rev. Gene Schultz officiating. The bride chose for her wedding a pink woolen suit, complemented with blue accessories, and pinned a corsage of blue carnations at the shoulder. Miss Patty Davis, who served as maid of honor, wctfe a frock of chartreuse linen, with black ac cessories. James Bevill served Mr. Davis as best man. Attending the ceremony were intimate friends and relatives of the young couple, including Miss Linda Wright Bob Reagan and Richard Hipp. Both Mr. and Mrs. Davis are students at Gosnell High School and are making their home in that community. Three Circles Convene At Trinity Church The afternoon circles of Trinity Baptist Church, the Jewel Abernathy Circle, the Evelyn Stanford Circle and Circle Three, met yesterday afternoon at the church for a business session led by Mrs. Bill Cook. Sixteen members attended. The meeting was opened with the repeating of the watchword for the year. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Carl Lay. The devotional was presented by Mrs. W. A. Williams and the clos ing prayer by Mrs. Cook. Members of the Mildred Mat^%* d thews Circle gathered last night at Coming Events TUKSDAY Eastern Star having regular stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Delta Kappa Alpha meeting at Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Miss Clara Cecil Cassidy, Mrs. Marvin Hall and Mrs. Henna Shepherd, hos- ji,,..^ Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Family' covered dish supper at ipter D PEO meets with Mrs. . f . i , . Rainwater for 1 p.m. lunch- | f [OUT /VlOlS Mrs. R. A. Porter is co-hos- Doesn t Talk vith Mrs. C, Modinger. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertains TLE Bridge Club. Mrs. R. C. Allen entertains Club Eight. THURSDAY Trinity Baptist Church having Sweetheart Banquet at church, 7:30 ).m. Mrs. Hank Dodd entertains Vend- edi Bridge Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Lottie Moon YWA meets at ihurch for Sweetheart Banquet, 7 p.m. Mrs. J. M, WiUlams, Jr., entertains Kibitzer Club. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. W. . Hollingsworth. Mrs. N. G, Jerome entertains La Nueve Club. Mrs. Joe McHaney entertains rEO Club. Mrs. J. E. Dicks entertains Midweek Club. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. James Roy. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. After scrubbing your arms ana shoulders in preparation for wear- the home of Mrs. L. D. Marr, with 15 present including one guest Mrs. Virgil Shaneyfelt. Opening prayer was by Mrs, Jack Christie and Mrs, Ernest Walker presided over the busines: session. A talk on missions was presented by Mrs. Marr and Mrs. Bill Lane gave the dismissal prayer. Refreshments were served during the social hour, The home of Mrs. Gay Parrish was the meeting place for mem hers of the Marian, Cook Circle, when Mrs. Frank Sawyer was a guest. Mrs. Freddy Pierce opened the meeting with prayer, Mrs. Bill Cook gave the devotional, and a talk on missions was given by Mrs Parrish. Mrs. Idell Lowe closed the meeting prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. Calvary WMU Circles Have Meetings Mrs. W. F. O'Neal was hostess to 17 members of Circle One of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church yesterday, entertaining at her home. Mrs. Onie Peeples, circle chairman, was in charge of the meeting. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Grace Corkran, and the Bible study was taught by Mrs. Claude Rowland, who also dismissed the group with prayer. Thirteen members ot Circle Two were entertained by Mrs. Lloyd Crecelius at her home. Circle chairman, Mrs. Fred Philbrooks, presided prayer was offered by Mrs. Johnese, and the devotional by Mrs. H. J. Fondren. The program was presented by Mrs. I. J, Gregg, assisted by Mrs. ^uu CL «* Virginia Taylor and Mrs. Phil- First" Presbyterian Church, followed brooks. Dismissal prayer was led by Foreign Mission Study, 6:45 p.m. ^ Mrs. Nora Lunsford. ritv rmmril of Bpti Sitrmi Phi Each of tne hos tesses served re- meltfng at home of Mr? Ern™ treshments during the soda, hour. McKenzie, 7:30 p.m. Chapter D PEO meets with Mrs. W. T, eon. M tess. NOW Club meets with Mrs. Floyd Doyle. 810 N. 21st, 7:30 p.m. Mn\/hp Yni IT Fnijlt Ladies of Country Club enter- /YlUyLIt! I <JUl FUUIL taming with luncheon for members and guests, 1 p.m., followed by bridge and canasta games. Town and Country Club meets So he won't talk— Well, it that he <s ;on- inced he knows exactly what you Would say under any circumstances. Some wives have stock answers for almost any topic their husbands might :hoose to talk ibout. If your husband « uth Millett /on't talk be sure you aren't well upplied with answers. If you are -that might be the reason he finds if simpler to keep still. For instance, if your husband should come home and say, "I had a run-in with Jones today" would you ask an intelligent question? Or would you say flatly, "Well, ] told you from the start I didn" trust him" or "How much longe: are you going to put up with him?' If your husband should surprise you by saying, "Let's go out to din- ler and to a movie" would you tell iim you think it Is a fine idea and quietly go about making arrangements to get away? Or would you say you already have the dinner in the oven, nnd you don't know Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend were weekend guests of their son, R. A. Friend, and family in Oxford, Mlts. They were accompanied home Sunday night by Mrs. Friend and two children, Mike and Misha, who will spend the week here as their guests and as guests of Mrs. R. A. Friend's parents, Mr .and Mrs. J. O. Henry. Mrs. E. M. Terry, who has been undergoing treatment at Chickasawba Hospital, has been removed to her home at 1101 W. Walnut, and her condition is reported to be much improved. Her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp of Memphis, is spending today with her. Mrs. Frank Whitworlh, Mrs. Bailey Tarpley, Mrs. Dorothy Druery and Mrs. Dee Mcllwain returned yesterday from Paducah, Ky., where they spent the weekend at tending a beautician's convention. Mr. and Mrs.' Dave Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire spent yesterday hi Memphis. Miss Bernice Overman is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Overman, in Chicago. Condition of H. B. Oakes, who has been ill at his home for the past 10 days, is reported to be much improved. Susan Robinson, oaugmer of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, was removed yesterday to her home following several days of treatment at Chickasawba Hospital. Catholic Altar Society Plans Special Supper The Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church held its monthly meeting last night in the Church Hall, with Mrs. Ed Burbage, president, presiding over the session. The main topic of discussion was the planning of the George Washington supper to be held the night of Feb. 22, and Mrs. Prank Wagner, chairman of the supper, gave a favorable report concerning it. Opening and closing prayers Were given by the Rev. Amos Enderlin. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Henry Dodd, Mrs. Paul Hughes. Mrs; John Perkins and Mrs. Wally Smith. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Lillie May McDermott, city George Williams Masters, Manila CHICKASAWBA HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Luna Nichols, city Sam Ward, city Mrs. Elva Poe, city Susan Robinson, city Robert Cullison, city Mrs. Rosemary Allen, New Madrid, MO. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Vance Dixon, city Patty Shaw, city Mrs. Jesse Johnson, city Mrs. Chester Henson and baby, city .__ ... . ... whether you can get a sitter, and ing a bare-shouldered dress you is he sure there's a good movie in might "tone up" the skin simply by town? .splashing it with cold water. 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Let us heat your home and power your farm of the men were getting up a fishing trip and wanted him to go along would you ,see the trip from his point of view and encourage him to go along even though you both know it might not work out? Or would you say, "If you can take time off to go anywhere it seems to me we ought to do something together. I haven't had any time off either, you know." If your husband should start making comments on some of the front-page news in the paper he 'j reading, would jou listen with interest and make some pertinent comment? Or woul you merely pretend to Listen while you thought of something really important, like whether or not the curtains have to be washed tomorrow? Sometimes husbands don't talk because they have learned from sad experience that it doesn't get them anywhere. Royal Service Program For WMU Group A two-course luncheon wai served yesterday at First Baptist Church preceding the monthly business and Royal Service program held by members of the Women's Missionary Union. A large basket of spring flowers including Jonquils, hyacinths and Dutch iris was used on the luncheon table. Mrs. E. L. Hole was in charge of the meeting, presiding in the absence of Mrs. Kendall Berry, president. Following the. opening hymn, Mrs. M. C. Outlaw led the group in prayer and Mrs. William Berryman presented the devotional on "Palm Tree Christian." Mrs. C. Murray Smart gave a piano solo before Mrs. Theodore Logan presented the afternoon's program on Cuba. She was assisted on the program by Mrs. Bill Mc- Cormlck, Mrs. Marion Williams and Mrs. Clarence Johnson. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Alvin Hardy and the meting closed with a hymn. St Stephen's Women Have Business Meet Mrs. E. J. Cure presided over the regular monthly business meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church last night at the Parish Hquse. The devotion til was given by Mrs. J. D. McDowell before regular committee chairmen made their reports. A Lenten study course will be held each Wednesday night during Lent at the church under the sponsorship of Auxiliary members with the entire congregation to be invited to participate. Mrs. R. I. Thompson', educational chairman. Is In charge of the project. A report on the Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, held last month at Hot Springs, was presented by Mrs. Cure, who served as the local organization's official delegate. . The benediction was given by Mrs. McDowell. Mrs. V. P. Stark New Gosnell HDC President Mrs. V. P. Stark was named new president of the Gosnell Home Demonstration Club at a meeting held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Guy Geans. She succeeds Mrs. L. C. Dorris. Twelve members were present including three new members, Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs. Charley George and Mrs. Malen Moody. The afternoon's devotional was presented by Mrs. W. E. Griffin. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gave a demonstration on making hats and bags and on the use of the new contact plastic materials. The members present made plans to paint a clubhouse for community group meetings. Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. Mrs. Pollard Is Hostess to YarbroWSCS Mrs. Henry Pollard was hostess last night at her home to 16 members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church, Following the opening hymn, members repeated the Lord's prayer. The program, "The Driving J>ower," was presented by Mrs. Carl Burton, assisted by Mrs. Elzie Wheeler and Mrs. Jimmy Saughman. Mrs. Burton also gave ,he scripture reading and the clos- ng prayer. A Golden Age committee appointed consists' of Mrs. Henry Pollard and Mrs. Monroe Besharse. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Marriage Licenses One couple has obtained a marriage license from the office of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Parker: Robert Earl Davis and Myrita Gail Rhodes, both of Blytheville. If you find that your self-polishing wax ,is be nig tracked into adjoining rooms, you have too much wax on the floors. Remove ill wax and rinse thoroughly. Let the floor dry and start over again. First Baptist Circle Hears Cuba Program Circle Nine of First Baptis Church's Women's Missionary Un ion met last night at the home o:. Mrs. Alvin Lane with seven members present. 'Opening prayer was by Mrs. Walter Bishop and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland presided over the business session. Mrs. Ben Mays taught the lesson and closing prayer was given by Mrs. Belknap. Refreshments were served during the social hour. A dinner meeting was held by members of Circle Ten, who met at the home of Miss Ramona Crafton. Following dinner, a program on Havana was presented by Miss Cliffie Overman, assisted by Miss Mary Webb, Miss Dottie whitsell, Miss Crafton and Mrs. Leon Jones. Women's Board Of Presbyterian Church Meets The Executive Board of the WOT men of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for their regulaj- monthly meeting. Following the devotional, presented by Mrs. George O. Yates, Mrs. Vernon Thornasson presided over the business session when reports were made by various committee chairmen. Announcement was made that the observance of World Day .of Prayer will be held at First Presby-, terian Church on Feb. 25. The meeting was closed with group reading of a poem. If you have foam rubber upholstery, don't use cleaning fluid. It may deteriorate the rubber. Stick to soapsuds. "0!dat40,50,60?" -Man, You're Crazy Forget your ape' Thousands arc peppy at 70. Try "peppinB up" with Ostroi. 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