The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH IB, 1061* - Society News - o Ann Malliirv SniMpt.v Editor • Phol Miu Millie Ann Mallory, 'Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Presbyterian Church Circles Hold Meetings Women of the First Presbyteria Church held their circle meeting yesterday afternoon. Circle One met with Mrs. Gi bert Smythc with 13 member present. Mrs. Lawson gave the devotion al. Circle Two met with Mrs. R. L Banister with Mrs. C. S. Simmon co-hostess. There were 17 members presei when the devotional was given b Mrs. George Yates. Ten members of Circle Thn met with Mrs. C. C. Councill with Mrs. Sally Freeman co-hos tess. Mrs. E. M. Huffman gave th devotional. Circle Four met in the home o Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. H H. Houchins was her co-hostess. The devotional was given by Mrs 8. E. Tune and there were 14 mem hers present. Mrs. Fred Sandefur gave the de votional when nine members Circle Five met at the home Mrs, Eddie Saliba. , Seven members and two guest of Circle Six met with Mrs. Rober Turner and Mrs. Huffman gav the devotional. Circle Seven met with Mrs. Ma rie Burns with Mrs. W. C. Legget co-hostess. There were 14 members three visitors present. Mrs. De Mcllwain gave the devotional. Skating Party Given for Choir Groups A skating party was given a Haytt Saturday for the Grade am Junior High Choirs and their guest. of First Presbyterian Church. Chaperones for the party wen Mrs. Jess Homer, Mrs. Johnn' Marr, Mrs. Parris McCalla, Miss Billie Jane Rodgers, Elbert Huff man and Dr. Harvey Kidd. Wonderfully Flattering By Sue Burnett A lovely afternoon style, designed to flatter a woman's figure. Note the softly gathered detail at shoulder, sleeves and hip-line. Pattern No. 8245 is in sizes 34, Bits of News Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mrs. G. W. Dil Jahunty, Mrs. Vernon Thomasson Mrs. Jerry Hord and Mrs, Harvey Kidd attended the District Four Conference of East Arkansas Presbytery at First Presbyterian Church in Newport yesterday. Miss Carol Seeman, a high school tudent at' Sunflower Junior College Morehead, Miss., will arrive home tomorrow to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J..H. Seeman. she will be motored home by her mother and Mrs. Chris Tompklns, S-Sgt. and Mrs. James Wimberly and son of Biloxi, Miss,, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp. Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Baughman and son, Mike, have returned from Holly Springs, Hickory Plat and Abbevil- Miss., where they visited relatives. Mrs. Hattie Maloney is visiting ler brother, J. S. Baughman, in Hickory, Flat, Miss. Mrs. Edgar p. Borum and Mrs. Spencer Alexander left today for Huntingburg, Ind., to attend funeral services for a cousin, Dr. Eugene F. •Tor-man, who died Friday night In St. Petersburg, Fla, Mrs. Riley Adams is a patient in ihickasawba Hospital. She is in Room B-17. Mrs. Rudolph Ritter has returned from Jonesboro where she has been with her mother since the death of her father, Clifton Westbrook. Mrs. Robert Burkley has returned to her home at Grenada, Miss., after several days here with Mrs. R. H. Kirby and Mr. Kirby. Miss Jewel Lee, Mrs. Sonny Stfres ind Mrs. Mino Dover were in Hat- ,iesburg, Misa., over the weekend to ,'isit Misses Carol Ann Holt and Marjorie Doughtery, students at Mississippi Southern College. Lt. Billy Wayne McFarland of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the veekend here with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Cary McFarland. Miss Rhonda Eaton, student at Mississippi Southern College, was he weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton. TJhose from BlytheviUe High School attending the Future 'radesmen of' America convention n Little Rock are Gerald Snyder, Douglas Graham, Jerry Cable, Deen Sexton, Joe Melvin, Billy Colston, George McCaslln, James Posey and Fay Davis. They were accompanied their sponsors, J. P. Sweat and Roy Wtifford. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Goodman, r., and son, Joe Robert, have loved here from Pine Bluff to lake their home. Carmen Gary, Polly Deer and Deanna Crews spent the weekend t Arkansas State College in onesboro as guest of Miss Beau ton j taUlngs. While there they attend- d a fraternity dance. | Mrs. W. N. Orr left over the ! •eekend for Houston, Tex., to visit i er daughter, Mrs. Warren Ho- j ard, and family. j Condition of Mrs. Henry Pollard, : ho underwent surgery at Chicka- j awba Hospital yesterday mornnig,' reported to be satisfactory. She is Room A-49. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shields nd son returned yesterday from Ine Bluff where they visited Mrs. . B. Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. rrover Scruggs and son. Variety Club Welcomes New Members Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simon and Mr. and .Mrs. Billy Joe Gean became new members of the aVriety Club Saturday night when it met at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Tarpley were the club members guest. A St. Patrick's Day theme was carried out in the decorations with green and white crepe paper streamers stretched across the ceiling. Suspended from these streamers were shamrocks. The refreshment table was sprinkled with shamrocks and streamers and green tapers in crystal holders were used. As the guests and members arrived, a shamrock was pinned on them and later they were used in a get acquainted dance. Hosts for the dance were Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Jaggers and Mr. and Mrs. John De Mand. Mission Program Presented by Hope Group "Ambassadors of Health In In dla, Pakistan and Ceylon" was Jh topic of the program yesterday when the Hope Group of Firs Christian Church met. Mrs. Boyce Moore was hostes: to ten members of this group a her home and Mrs. W. D. Cobb presided over the business session The worship was led by Mrs James Terry and Mrs. James C Ellis was in charge of the program. She was assisted by Mrs, A. G. Hall, Mrs. John C. McHaney, Mrs. John Durham, Mrs. D. O, Miller and Mrs. Rupert Crafton. At the conclusion of the program the hostess served refreshments from a table centered with spring flowers. -ouise Chapman Chapter of NMFS Meets Group singing directed by Jimmy Quick opened the meeting of the Louise Chapman Chapter of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society last night at the church. Lloyd Roberts led the opening prayer and the devotional was given by Bert Trumble. "Growth of Indian Church," was the mission study taught by Mrs. Jimmy Quick. The 25 members were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Baits Cunningham. Number Nine WMU Has Study, Potluck Supper Number Nine Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union held a potluck supper and mission study program at the home of Mrs. Clyde McCord.last night. Mrs. M. L. Hart \vas in charge of the program on "Alaska," and presented a film on the subject. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Eric Ray. Methodiest * To Observe Lenten Link Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow in circles In observance of the annual Lenten Prayer Link. Circle One meets with Mrs. Riley Jones; Circle Two with Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt; Circle Three with Mrs. :. bert Killian; Circle Pour with !MS. George Pyles; circle Five with Mrs. Newton Whitis; Circle Six, A group, with Mrs. Gus Eberdt; B group with .Mrs. R. A, Nelson; Circle Seven, A group, with Mrs. Harold Wood; B group with Mrs. Frank Seay. Al! of these circles meet at 9:30 a.m. and the Wesleyan Guild meets at the church, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Dobbs Elected Leader Of Dell WSCS Twenty-two members of the .Del' Women's Society o( Christian Service met »t the church last night for the last chapters of their study course on "Jeremiah." The Rev. E. H. Hall taught the study course and Mrs. R. O. Edwards, who presided over the meeting, also gave the devotional. In the business session officers for the coming year were elected with Mrs. J. C. Dobbs being elected president. Other officers elected are Mrs. ; B. Crawford, vice-president, Mrs. Glenn Cook, secretary; Mrs. Curtis Duncan, treasurer; Mrs. Noble Qiil, secretary of spiritual life; and Mrs. Boyce Russell, secretary of status of women. It was announced that Mrs. L. M. Moody, a member of,the group, would be presented with a life membership to the organization at the district meeting In Blytheville Thursday. Mrs. Rube Dunaway and Mrs. Leslie Peeples were hostesses in the social hour. Mrs. Knight vas a guest. William Quick Children Honored With Birthday Party Gary Quick celebrated his sev enth and Beverly Quick celebrate lier fifth birthday Saturday whe their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimm Quick, gave a lawn party In thel honor. The 4? children present were pre sented with favors of horns and re freshments of cupcakes, ice cream and iced drinks were served. During the afternoon picture were made and the children • re celved gifts from their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Quick and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gunter. Miss Marie Gunter assisted in serving. New Liberty GA Conducts Meeting In Gunter Home Friendship Class Meets In Metcalfe Home Nine members were present last night when the Friendship Class of First Baptist Church met with Mrs. Robert Metcalfe. Mrs. H. L. Halseil, Jr., presided over the meeting when Mrs. Frank McCool gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Lucy MeCormick gave the devotional. Refreshments were served following the closing prayer led by Mrs. James Gardner. Pink and Black... Black and Pink terrific either way in sport jackets-and-slacks 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, hort sleeves, 5\2 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 3Sc in OINS, your name, address, size esired, and the PATTERN NUMER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville ourier News, 372 W. Quincy reel, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of our pattern agazine contains dozens more nnrt. easy to sew styles for all ;es. Send 25 cents today for your ipy of the spring & summer '55 sue. ead Courier News Classified Ads EXTRA SPECIAL One Lot -Boy's Swim & Play Shorts- 79° each Regularly $1.29 to $1.98 Sizet 2 to 7 MARTIN'S MENS STORE "lyjrything for'Mtn onrf Boys" The younger s«l has (alien over pink-and-black lock, stack and barrtll Here it is al its best, in distinctive n«w twosomes; pink slacks with black sport coat, black slacks with pink sport coal. The fabric is tht famous wrinkle-shedding, shape-retaining linen- wtavt Palm Bench cloth. Sizes 10 to 18 Jacket and slacks S4A98 —Use Martin's Convenient Lay-A way—— MARTIN'S MENS STORE inf For Mtn and toyi" Mrs. Melton In Charge of WMU Program Mrs. J. H. Melton was in charge of the program on the "Cooperative Program," yesterday afternoon when the Calvary Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Melton and Mrs. Curtis Anderson led the dismissal. prayer. Mrs. Virginia Taylor, Mrs. Grace Corkran. Mrs. Lloyd Crecllius, Mrs. Claude Rowland, Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Mrs. Carra Pruitt and Mrs. Dale Garner took parts on the program. BWC Banquet To Be Held At Burdett e The Business Women's Circles of Baptist Churches in this district will hold a federation banquet Thursday night. New Liberty Baptist Church will be host in the Burdette High School cafeteria at 7 p.m. New Liberty Baptist Church In termediate Girl's. Auxiliary mef with Linda Gunter last night. Group singing opened the meet ing and the roll call was answerec with repeating of the watchword Mrs. William Langley led In prayer. Those on program were Miss Qunter, Brenda Long, Judy Middleton, Kay McDaniel, Patsy Slkes and Elaine McDaniel. Mrs. J. E Gunter dismised the group and refreshments were served. Coming Events Wednesday NGW Club meeting with Mrs. Joe Mack Hester, 7:30 p. m. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit meeting at Minnie's Beauty Shop, 7:30 p. m. Town & country Bridge Club meeting with Mrs; James B. Clark. Central PTA meets at 3 p. preceded by executive board mee-ing at 2:30 p. m. Thursday YWA of Trinity Baptist Church with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7 p. m. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. G.E.O, Club meeting with Mrs. Harold Davis. Ladies Fellowship of First Grace Church having potluck supper hon~ oring secret pals at home of Mrs. Lewis Gonzales, 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets in Fellowship Hall, 2:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. Annie Branson, Mrs. W. H. Heath and Mrs. Cord. Friday Contract Club meeting in Spring a young man's fancy... FUXIllI SHANK SHOES FOR GUIS AND SOYS *m--m-m-ml I suppose your first Ibve is the one you')) always remember... buf our LAZY-BONES shoes are worth a hug or two, tool Our feet just itiss lh» sidewalk when We wear them ...lAZY-BONESare so light and comfy!" «»• <W to 1-1, c. D. t soi «»i It-} to 12-A, «. C, 0,1 .... U.M Ilr.i 1114 10 <-A, 9. C D, I .... H.M «llt> 3M M U-AAAA M 0 17.ts hurry town ftr tar laiy-ttnts Shots tottty tt i tc SONS I SH O E S I Circles of Trinity WM UMeet Circles of Trinity Baptllt Wo men's Missionary Union met yes terday. Jewel Abernathy Circle met wit! Mrs. John Cherry with seven members and two visitors, Mrs. Ma> Edwarde and Mrs. Clarence Max well, present. Repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Cherry opened the meeting. The devotional was givei by Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. L. O Kenwright presided over the business session and Mrs. John Nelson dismissed the group. Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Marvin Kenwright with \\ members present. Following the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Henry Berry, Mrs Harvey Parrish gave the devotional and was in charge of the business. Closing prayer was given by [rs. Bill Cook. Mrs. EUer Via was hostess to six members, one new member, Mrs. Ernest Blackford, ana one visitor Mrs. Louise Lovelady, of Circle Three. The opening prayer after repeating of the watchword was offered by Mrs. Joyce Crocker who also gave the devotional. The business session was presided over by Mrs. A. L. Richardson and sentence prayer closed the meeting. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Patsy Joyce Nelson. Steele Mrs. Daisy Rushing, Cooter Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: J. D. Bevins, city Benny Joe Harris, Holland G. H. Caldwell, city with Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertaining with luncheon at Fendler home for members )f Friday Club. MRS. ELIZABETH GREEN, Seattle, nays: "St. Joseph Aspirin For Children is 10 convenient. Ho nead to bretk tablets. My childron like the orange Savor." ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Mrs. Oaylord Lewi* was In charge of the program when Mildred Matthew Circle met with Mrs. Elnora Stafford. There were 1« members and one visitor, Mr«. Edward Rauesell, present. Mrs. Krlone T»te led the op«n- ins prayer and those taking p«rt on the program were Mrs. DMn Borum, Mrs. J. D. Salmon, Mn. Earnest Walker, Mrs. Chester Jenkins, Mrs. Carl Pate and Mrs. B. F. Pike. Sentence prayer cUMnlMed ttM group. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times TUES., WED., THUgS. Double Feature BURT LANCASTER SHIRLEY BOOTH | ..Hal WaMf ( Come Back. Little Sheba —AND— CHUMP AT OXFORD With Laurel & Hard.r ALSO CARTOON Cinemascope at Us Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Rftz A Roxy Program Announcements Tues. •Wed • Ttiurs. • Fri. in thf wan,. \/ •Y* r,«u a t, SOt C SIEGEt .BIKINI, WAITER LANG m«»H»c STOW '""""" " fmM " mm mim ' '"*' "" " lwws ' wni PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS Coming Soon to Ritz '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" With James Mason & Kirk Douglas "Thi Racers" with Kirk Douglas A Holla Darvl "A Star Is Born" with Judy Garland & James Mason "Hit The Deckk" With Jane Powell A Tony Martin

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