The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 13, 1955
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1955 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Millie - Society News - « Ann Mallory, Society Editor * Phoi Phone 3-4461 Trinity WMU Circles Have MonthlyMeetingi Women'* Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met in clr- clies yesterday afternoon. Jewel Abernathy Circle met with Mrs. Willie Maude Kenwright with eight members and one visitor, Mrs. Bob McCoy, present. Mrs. Bill Cook gave the opening prayer following repeating of the watchword. The devotional was given by Mrs. Frank Sawyers. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Arali Speck with Mrs. A. D. Priest giving the mission study. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. J. C. Cherry, Evelyn Stanford Circle met with Mrs. Preston Thorn with 11 members, two new bembers, Mrs. R. L. Adkisson and Mrs. E. P. Cockran, and three visitors present. Following repeating of the watchword, Mrs. Lois Gestring gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Harvey Par- risli conducted the business session. Mrs. Henry McCann gave the devotional and dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Marvin Kenwright. Circle Three met with Mrs. Clark Hinton with Mrs. Ernest Blackford hostess. Eight members and three visitors, Jackie Blackford, Qeral- dine Hinton and Cheryl Williams, •were present. Mrs. E. G. Lovell led the openin prayer with the devotional bein given by Mrs. W. R. Williams. Mr Blackford led in prayer and Mr A. L. Richardson conducted tli business session. Closing prayer was given by Mr; Bert Ross. Last night 10 members and on new member, Mrs. Calvin Petersor of Mildred Matthew Circle met a the church. Repeating of the watchword an prayer by Mrs. Edward Roussel op ened the meeting. Mrs. L? D. Mai taught the mission study, Mrs. David Gaddis gave the cie votional with Mrs. William Bore conducting the business session Mrs. J. D. Eatmon dismissed th group. Former Resident Becomes Bride V 1 Mr. and Mrs. *ll»n H. Rlee First, skin beauty begins inside An unbalanced diet lacking in ba aic minerals, vitamins and ele ments will produce a skin no spec lalist can save. So Young And Pretty I 3327 By Sue Burnett Particularly youthful and appealing Is this button front style trimmed with rows of lace and a shaped purchased belt. Presbyterian Circles Have Bible Studies Bible studies were given in each neeting of Presbyterian Church Circles yesterday afternoon when :hey met in homes. Circle One met with Mrs. Jerry Hord with ten members present Mrs. G, W. Dillahunty gave the study. Circle Two met with Mrs. R, L. Johnson with Mrs. George Yates co-hostess, who also giving the study. Fourteen members and tw» visitors were present. Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Mrs. Harvey Kidd were hostesses to 15 members of Circle TTiree at the Saliba home, Mrs, C, M. Gray gave the study. Circle Four met with Mrs. S. E Tune with Mrs. C. C. Smith co- hostess. There were 13 members and one visitor, present. The study was given by Mrs. Tune. Eleven piembers of Circle Fivf met with Mrs. Max Harrison. Mrs Roland Rounsavull gave the study. Circle Six met in the home of Mrs. Mike Simon with five members present. The study was given by Mrs. Robert Turner, Miss Pattye June Davis was hostess to Circle Seven at the home of Mrs. W. D. Chambitn. There were 13 members and three visitors present . Mrs. Dee Mcllwain gave the study. The marriage of Miss Margie Lee Gore, daughter of Mr. anii Mrs. H, H. Hegi, of Lovinglon, N. M., former Blylheville residents, to Allan H. Rice, son of the ReV. and Mrs, Leon Rice of Lovington was solemnized April 1 in Lovington. The Rev. Mr. Rice performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gilmer tit- tended the couple. The bride, who was given in marriage by her lather, wore a white linen suit with matching accessories and carried a white Bible topped with white carnation corsage. A reception was held following the ceremony and they left on a honeymoon to Ruidoso. Mrs. Rice is a graduate of Buv- deite High Schol and attended Beebe Junior College at Beebe, Ark. Mr. Rice is a graduate of Rop- erville, Tex., High School and served four years in tlie Air Force, one year ol which was spent in Korea. He is now connected with [lie sales department al the Myers Motor Company in Lovmston PAGE STUDENT DIRECTOR — Miss Nanry Damon, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Emil Damon, has been chosen director of "The Mulberry Bush," a play io be presented in arena style, April 26-29 at Southeast Missouri State College, where she is a student. Mission Program Presented at Huffman WMU "The Crowded Island." was t title of the program presented yesterday when Huffman Women's the the Missionary Union met church. Mrs. Billy Ray was program chairman and those taking parts were Mrs. Rex Hughes. Mrs. Douglas McDoniel, Mrs. Jodie Hicks, Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Harry Lawson. Repeating of the watchword opened the meeting. Group sinking held and sentence prayer dismissed the group. Hostsses in the social hour were Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Lawson. A new skin cleanser in a tube is designed to do this work without caving the skin dry or drawn, as soaps do to many, women. It n tikes a good lather and the tube s easily carried in HIG purse to places where a woman may be unwilling to use any old soap. ' Christian Church Groups Meet in Homes Two groups of First Christian Church met an homes of members yi_'s(erchiy. Faith Group met at the home ol Mrs. Cliet Brown in Holland with nine members present. Mrs. Frank Brown was in charge of the program, "Education Moves Forward in India, Pakistan, and Ceylon." Thpse assisting' hoi \\nit, Mrs. M. Fitzsimmuns, Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. Russell Hay The worship was given by Mi; s Neal Luckett and Mrs. Ben Harpole presided in absence of tht chainrmn. I Hope Group met with Mrs. Walter Stiles with nine member pic em. Mrs. George Barham was worship leader. With Mrs. Stiles at the organ, he group spent part of the after icon in singing and Mrs W. D Cobb presentfd a program identi cnl to the one in the other group. Missionary Benediction dismissed each croup and ufirsh nents were served by the hos- esses. Mrs. Brogdoii Re-Elected By Parent's Club' Mrs. Charlie Broudon was reelected president ol Ilic Blyilieville Hipli School Bund I'urem's Club when ii met in ih c scliool auditorium lust nishl. Oilier officers elected were Mrs. W. H. wy.m. viiY-iiresidem: Mrs. Willis HiurLs. serivtnry: Wllllnm Cnldwell. Ireiisurer. and Mrs. Kny Johnstun, historian. A trumpet Irio composed of Glenn Uidd, Adnm Tnylor and Marvin Miner prese.ued n pro- (rnun for tlio u \Vti to be held in lilny. Aycock Family China Topic HasReunion of Calvary In Downing Home|WMU Program The fnmll.v of Mrs. J. M. Ayeiict held D Jiunlly minion jit (he home of Mr. and Mrs. liny IXnvnins at Fhlt. I^tko Sundtiv. Thow present \vcre Mr. ;uui Mrs. J. D. Aycixik uiiii children ul Tor- rjince, iialif., Mr. and Mrs. Uiiyle Ayeocit and cliilriren of SI. Umis; .Mr. und Mrs. Ruy Aycoi-1; iie.d children and Mr. und Mis. Paul M. Aycock und children of Memphis, Mr. und Mrs \V. S. Aycock um! children of I'anmi; Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold aude and children. Mr. and Mrs. Hilly (,'ruig aiitl children, Mr. anl Mrs. Neul McCormick und children and Mi' and Mrs. Prentis Holder anil clnl- .Scuniun opening prayer following repeating of the \viiicbword. The devotional was Biven by Mrs. Claude Rowland and Mrs. H. J. Fondren led In prayer, .The program was planned by Mrs. W. F. O'Neal with Mrs. Fondren, Mrs. Onn Peoples, Mrs. Bud- Mis- |dy Corkran. Mr.-,. C-;cnr. '"'•ell Mrs. j. i,v. Rnmbo, and Mrs. Alt Pro- Jones taking parts. I Mrs. L. v. Johncsc dismissed the the (irottn Authorized Dodge-Plymouth Service Kadory 'rrained .Mechanics • Factory Approved Kqiiipmont • Factory Engineered Paris For Service'Hi-iiiR Your Dodge or Plymouth Home to 61 MOTOR CO. N. !twy. (II (Same location ns (il Imp. Co.) Ph. 2-2M2 Head Courier News classified Ads Coming Events ' Thursday Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. M.' O. Ursey. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. GEO Club meeting with Mrs. Joe McIIaney. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. H. Smart. LaNueve Club meeting with Mr . G. Gerome. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Meth jdist Church having party in Fe owship Hall of Church, 2:30 p.n Hostesses are Mrs. L. M. Burnet Mrs. R. H. Arensmeier, Mrs. i Mosley and Mrs. H. B. Oakes. Sunbeams of Trinity Bapti Hhurrch meeting at church, 3:45 i. Friday Contract Club meetin 'ith Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Chapter N PEO Sisterhood hav ig 1 p.m. luncheon at home rfrs. C. E. Crlgger. Mrs. Freema Robinson is co-hostess. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meeting Cotillion Club having danc, Q p.m receded by business meeting, .m. Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mrs ussell H. Farr having coffee fo 'rs. John Broadus Lewis, THEATRE _0n W. Main St. (liln Blytheville 3-<1fi2J Weekdays Show Sfarls 7:00 p. m.—Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p. m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! . Pattern No. 3327 is in sizes 10. 12. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4ft yards of 35-inch; 57s yards of 2' /2 " lace. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago G, 111. Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, easy tp follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send /or your copy today. 25 cenis. RHEUMATISM— ARTHRITIS SUFFERERS OFFERED AMAZING RELIEF A truly remarkable new medical dis covery now offers wonderfully fas relief from nagging, crippling agon of Arthritis, Rheumatism, Neuriti and Neuralgia. Sensational Ar-Pan Ex tablets work through your blooi stream to bring blessed relief frorr gnawing, stabbing pains in joints muscles and nerves. 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