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fAOBTWO - Society News - Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor * phon Phon« 3-4461 New Members, Visitors Present Meeting of Trinity Baptists Circles New members and visitors were present yesterday when the circles of Trinity Baptist Church met. Jewel Abernathy Circle met with. Mrs. Alvln Harris with seven mem bers and two new members, Mrs May Edwards and Mrs. Cecil Hob inson, present. Mrs. John Buchanan led the re peatlng of the watchword and the devotional was given by Mrs. Howard Besharse. The mission study was taught by Mrs. Harris Mrs. Besharse giving, the nith closing ?: Easter Story Dramatized at Church Meeting Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Henry Berry with 11 members and three visitors, Mrs. Lois Gert- ring, Mrs. Sam Berry and Mrs. J. C. Burr, present. Mrs A. D. Priest gave the open- Ing prayer following the repeating of the watchword and Mrs. Mar- Tin Kenwright presided over the business session. The missionary study was given by Mrs. Priest, with Mrs. Berry giving the devotional. Sentence prayer dismissed the members. Mrs. E. 0. Lovell. There were 11 members and one new member. Mrs. Gladys McCanlss, present. Repeating of the wachword followed with prayer by Mrs. Bill cook opened the meeting. Mrs. A. L. Richardson conducted the business and Mrs. Joyce Crocker gave the devotional. Mrs. Ernest Blackford led in prayer following the aevotional and sentence prayer dismissed the meeting. At The Hospitals Blytheville HosplUl Dismissed: Oscar Moore, city. Mrs. John Cole, Portageville. Chlckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. F. Cockran. city. Mrs. John Thomas McBride and baby, city. Lucille Johnson and baby, city. Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, city. Mrs. Jimmy Allen, city. Mrs. Jim Melds, city. New Casual In Half Sizes 8251 By Sue Burnett A good looking classic frock for general wear, designed expressly for the shorter figure. Note the interesting details. Pattern No. 8351 is in sizes 12'i Size'l4',i, 4!i yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, .172 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of our pattern magazine contains more smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the spring & summer '55 issue. Mrs. Albert Taylor presided over the executive board meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship when it met yesterday morning. This meeting preceded a luncheon and following the luncheon a program and business meeting was held. In the business session plans were made for the May Breakfast honoring high school graduates of First Christian Church. For the program the Easter Story was presented in the form of a play with Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. J. P. Garrott, Mrs. Tommy Sylvester, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, the Rev. James Rainwater, Mrs. Joe McHaney, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. W. S. Rader, Mrs. R. L. Dedman, Mrs. Harry Brown, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon and Mrs. C. L. Moore taking parts. Luncheon Held by Baptist WMU Executive Board .of Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church held a luncheon and business meeting at the home of Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Co-hostesses for the affair were Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. C. S. Lemons, Mrs. C. L. Evans, Mrs. Bill Banister and Mrs. Eddie Ford. Spring flowers were used to center the tables where the 22 members were seated for lunch. Mrs. Kendall Berry presided over the business session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Johnson. Dr. Edna Nies gave the devotional, "Evidence of God.' Following the reading of the minutes by Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., who also gave the closing prayer. reports were made by committee chairman. Potluck Supper Precedes Fidelis Class Meeting A potluck supper preceded the business meeting last night when Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Frank Grigsby. Spring flowers were used to center the table which was overlaid with a cut workcLoth. Susan Grigsby gave the blessing preceded the meal. Mrs. Thomas Bogun opened the business session with prayer and "Why Did Jesus Die?" was the title of the devoUonal given by Mrs. E. T. Hubbard who also read the minutes and gave class records. Reports were given by group captains and Mrs. Earl.Walker, president of the class, and Mrs. C. E. Johnson, teacher of the class, made plans for visiting all class members this week. Sentence prayer dismissed the 12 members and two visitors present. TRI-OCEAN WATERS The slopes of Triple Divide Peak, 8000 feet high, in Glacier National Park, Montana, send their waters into three oceans: Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic. $129.95 to $189.95. Easy terras. Liberal trade-in. Come In today Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Bits of News I ftlo Mr. and Mrs. Earl Koonce and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel - 1 . Norris and daughter, 'Reen, were in Memphis Sunday to attend the showing of the painting of Mrs. Barry Brooks, Virginia, IV, which was painted by Paul Joseph Pena Zner. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knappenberger, parents of Mrs. Brooks, assisted at the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Ryme of Charlotte, N. C., arrived today to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Fritz Levy of St. Louis was the weekend guest of his uncle, Walter Rosenthal, and Mrs. Rosenthal. Sunday afternoon Mr. Levy and Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal visited friends in Osceola. Among Blytheville residents in Memphis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jiedel and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner and son, Marvin. Mrs. P. E. Cooley, who suffered a broken hip in a fall at her home Saturday, is a patient in Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory and she is In Room 410. Mr. and Mrs, E. D. Ferguson have returned from Cape Girardeau where they spent several days visiting. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townsend Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis and daughter, Barbara, of Memphis. Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Sr., and Mrs. Ruth Tanner returned to Clarksville, Tenn., yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Joshia Forte, who had spent the weekend here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morgan of Memphis spent the weekend there visiting Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mrs. R. D. Hughes, and her brother, R. D. Hughes, Jr., Mrs. Hughes and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason will return today from Aberdeen and Bethesda, Md., where they have spent a weeks vacation. In Aberdeen they visited their son, Pvt. Gary Mason, who is stationed there with the Army. In Bethesda they visited Mrs. Mason's sister, Mrs. Hamilton Talbott, and Mr. Talbott. Sandra Kay Hrabovsky, who underwent a tonslllectomy at Chickasawba Hospital yesterday, was removed to her home today. Mr. and Mrs. John Criner and daughter, Patsy, and son. Dee Criner and Mrs. Crinner, were called to Memphis yesterday due to the serious illness of Mr. Criner's brother, R. C. Criner of Ripley, Tennessee, who is In a Memphis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDaniel, L. C. Posey and Miss Delsie Stewart were in Memphis Sunday afternoon to attend the "Ice Follies." Granville Cooley has returned to Northwestern University after spending his spring vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Cooley. The Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. Ltland Hodge and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Westfall left today for Jackson, Miss., where they will attend the national meeting of the North American Baptist Association. A 2-c Ben K. Young arrived in Lyons, France, yesterday where he was flown by the Air Force to be attached to the 38th Bomb Wing. Birthday Party Given For Louis Spaeth •* Mrs. E. B. Speath, Jr., honored her son, Louis Edwin, who was six years old Saturday, with a birthday party. An Easter theme was carried out in the decorations, refreshments and favors. The 20 children spent the afternoon in playing games. Read Courier News Classified Ads FRESH CAGED EGGS Delivered Io your door E. S. MULLINS&SON Ph. 3-4779 Day or Night MORE DAY/ That's right , . . Thursday Is the last day of our bnby offer! So If your baby is under four monthi of age, dial 3-8666 now for your appointment. Lee , Bearden Photography will present you with ft quality - 3 x 5 portrait at absolutely no cost! Ask about our album plan when you come in. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO i Dial 3/8686 for Appointment JACKETS — There's a changing audience for the knit dress these days. It's designed for the slim, young figure and for the half-size, too. We show (left) the convertible knit in one-piece scoop neck dress with removable turtle-neck dickey. Skirt is flared. Paisley-patterned knit dress (center) has basic jewelry neckline, Satwing sleeve. For the woman who is five feet five or under, there's the half-size knit (right). This is an after-five dress with scoop neckline and tiny sleeves, covered by a waist- length cardigan for daytime wear. All three designs are from Joseph Guttman. Some Have Jackets. Dickeys Theyr'e as wearable in the warmth of the tropics as they are in wintry cities. Further, many of them are convertible, with small jackets or dickeys that transfer them from suitable wear to a dress that's exactly right for dinner out. Any woman who's ever taken a knit suit along on a trip knows that it packs beautifully and is comfortable to wear on plane, train or in a car. The double duty knit fashion are particularly good for travel, saving precious room in a suitcase. Newest knits now come in reproductions of- woolen imports, in praisley patterns, in tweed patterns. BY GAILE DTJGAS, NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK —(NEAi— The knitwear fashion is one that has real importance this year. Far from being basic and conservative, it sparkles in a highly individual 1 manner. No longer is the knit dress the sole property of the girl with the perfect figure (whoever she is) Traditional weaves have given way to interesting textures, new weaves clever styling and versatility. The new wider skirts mean that the woman who wears a half size may wear knits as gracefully as the tall, lender girl. Like tweeds and other woolens. knit fashions now span the seasons. Bachelor Cop Delivers Baby DETROIT (#> — Three married men ducked out but bachelor Patrolman Edward Schmidt stayed on to deliver a son to Mrs. Marion Underwood. Patrolman Schmidt and his scout car partner answered a call to her home. "Two ambulance men came," Schmidt said, "but the nest thing I knew there were only two of us in the room and then the other man left and I was alone. It was trie first time in my seven years on the force that I ever had to deliver a baby." Doctors said Schmidt did a capable job and the mother and son are "doing fine." Queenie Knew Where to Go RICHMOND, Va. m — A young patient, her right loot bleeding alarmingly, walked up the steps and into the lobby of Richmond's Retreat for the Sick Hospital. White-garbed staff members con- I ferred and hustled her off for treat| m e,nt — in a veterinary hospital. ' After treatment the dog, a two- year-old German shepherd, was returned to her owner. St. Gertrude's : convent. The sisters were puzzled i as to how the .injured dog. Qucenie, | found her way seven blocks to the i hospital. A traveling ironing board is a boon. One is 9 by 15 inches, weighs 30 ounces. It can be attached to a chair or drawer without marking furniture. 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ADAMS, Owner Ph. 2-2071 Beacon Baptist -hurch Circles Conduct Meetings The three circles of Beacon Baptist Church met at the church Friday evening for a business meeting with 17 members present. Group singing and prayer by Mrs Lealand Hodge opened the meet- ng. Delegates to the National Women's Missionary Association Convention in Jackson, Miss., which began today were elected. Those elected were Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. J. J. Johnson and Mrs.. Lealand Hodge. Mrs. Johnson gave I the closing prayer. i Other circle meetings were held last week. ' | J. O. Y. Circle met Tuesday aft- • ernoon in the home of Mrs. E. R. Pruitt with Mrs. Otis Cole co-hos- j tess. There were seven members! present, i Mrs. James Hampton gave the! opening prayer and Mrs. Levern i Owens taught the lesson. Mrs.: Hodge and Mrs. Hampton assisted; with the program and Mrs. Hodge i ive the closing prayer. j Dorcas Circle met Wednesday \ afternoon at the home of Mrs. D.! G. Jones with six present. | The Rev. J. J. Johnson gave the opening prayer, Mrs. Emery Francis and the Rev. Mr. Johnson taught the lesson and Mrs. Jones led the closing prayer. In early ages, the deaf were regarded as idiots and killed out of hand, according to the Encyclr pedia Britannica. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. s. C. Owens entertaining Club ElgM- Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town and Country Club. • Wednesday Bridge Club meeti with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs Jerry Scrape entertaining I-LE Bridge Club at Rnzorback, Countywide loot! and recreation leaders training meeting of home demonstration clubs being held at Plat Lake club house from 10 a. m. until 3 p. m. THURSDAY Esther Class of First Baptlit Church meeting with Mrs. R. L. Wade, Jr., 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Melvln Halsell entertaining La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League playing Special Winners Game. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman entertaining QEO Club. Emanon Club meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-week Club. FRIDAY Dorcas Sunday School, Clan oft First Baptist church meeting at home of Mrs. N. W. Brigham, 2 p. m. Mrs. E. M. Eaton is co-hostes* Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs, James C. Guard entertaining Friday Club with a 'unc'ieon at Mrs. Logan's home. Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood, meets at home of Mrs. R. A. Nelson at 2 pm.. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets. An interesting coffee table can be made by putting metal supports under an eight-inch cross section cut from the trunk of a tree, possibly elm. Shellac finishes it with ease. FIRST AERIAL BOMBS The Austrian army used the first erial bombs in 1849, when small. bombs, attached to balloons, were allowed to drift over the city of Venice. Italy, doing little harm, but badly scaring the Venetians We Could Fill This Space Telling you about our new silver gifts, our exQuisite lamps, our Easier cards, our kitchen table, our White Shoulders perfume—but we'd rather you came and saw for yourself. 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