The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 21, 1955
Page 4
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f ACHE FOUR BLTTHETItLB (ARK.)' COURIER WEWI THURSDAY, APRIL M, 19W - Society News - - A«« Uoitr.fu Qn/<iatv KlHitiw * rno HIM Milli* Aim Msllory, Society Editor Phone 4-4461 Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Make Plan for Founder's Day Banquet Meetings of the Bela Sigma Phi Chapters were conducted in homes Tuesday night. efreshmenta. OC add Beta Sigma Phi Z-24sbr . Mrs. Randal Hawks was elected Ity council president and delegate state convention when Exempler Alpha Alpha Chapter met with Mrs. Elmer Norman with Mrs. Dan McCaskill co-hostess. Red rose buds In budvascs were wed to decorate the entertaining room* with white snapdragons in » crystal bowl being used on the table from which individual cafcese and punch were served. Mrs. Jack Owen conducted the business sessions at which time plans were discussed for the Founders Day banquet next week, with Mrs. Say Hall and Mrs. T. I. Seay, appointed in charge of arrangements. Plans were also made for Mrs. Owen and Mrs. McCaskill, representatives to the state convention in El Dorado, to Invite the chapters to Blyttievffle lor the convention next year. Mrs. Roland Bishop, Mrs. Hois Nichols and Mrs. Perry Darby were In charge of the program on "My Ttip to Rome and Other Italian Cities." Alpha Delta Chapter met with Mr*. 'Wallace smith with Mro. Hugh Caffey oo-hostess. Spring flowers were used to dfco- i»te the Smith home. In this chapter plans for the founder's Day banquet were also discussed and they made plans for i Mother's Day banquet, May 3. Mrs. Ray Harrison was elected to represent the chapter at the. state convention and the hostesses served Chapter met at the home of Mrs. linmy Edwards. Miss Florence Moore was co-hos- ess for the meeting. In the business session plans for he Founder's Day program were .iso discussed. Community Mission Program Given at Aromrel Armorel Women's Missionary Union met at the church last night tor a community missions program, "Witnessing in Jerusalem." with Mrs. N. C. Patterson In charge. Mrs. 1. H. Webstook gave the opening prayer with Miss Carla Webster giving the scripture reading and special music being provided by Miss Patty Dyer. Those .on program were Mrs. Preston Lawrence, Mrs. C. G. Elliott, Mm. Tom Dodson, Mrs. L. W. Smith, Mrs. Pritty, Mrs. Article Beard, Mrs. Weldon McCnnn, and Mn. r. W. Garlrson. Weldon MoCann led group singing and closing prayer was given Lawrence. Bill Clark Oxf For PS Club Barbecue Dinner With Bill Clark acting as chef, •nembers of the PS Bridge Club were treated to a barbecued chick- dinner yesterday when Mrs. J. V. Turner was hostess at her lome. Special guests were Capt. Herb Rhode. Miss Pearl Lee and J. W. Purner. The members and their guests were seated at the dining table which was overlaid with a band- blocked Fiesta cloth and centered with white narcissi and pale pink mneysuckle. White tapers flanked this arrnngecmnt. Mra. John Prather won high score In the bridge games, Mrs. Virginia Drew, second high, and Mrs. Everett Clark, bridge. Guests Present At Meeting of Dorcas Circle Ten members and three visitors, Mi's. Catherine Sneli, Mrs. w'aiulu Reid and Mrs. Audrey Carter ol Birmingham, Ala., were presenl yesterday when Dorcas Circle ol Beacon Baptist Church met at the homt of Mrs. Inez Schutmrt. Mra. D, G. Jones gave tho invocation and Mrs. Connie Shanks gave the devotional, conducted the business session and dlsnilssec the group. "The Apostle Peter Strengthens' was the program title presented by Mrs. Dorothy Frances. Mrj Anna Sue Hill, Mrs. Vern Johnson and Mrs. Susie Benefield. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the program. New And Sew-Simple By Sue Burnett This new frock for daytime wear h particularly plensing with Its shoulder closing ana shaped yoke And it's sew-slmplel Pattern No. 8M1 Is In sizes 12 14. 15. 18, JO; 40, «. Size 14, 3',:, yard* ot Si-Inch; 1% yards con- trasi. For thl* pattern, send 36c In COIN*, .your name, address, slzo desired, »nd th» PATTERN NUMBER to fue Burnett, Blytheville Courier New*, 111 W. Qulncy ltr*t, Chicago I, m. Bttto FAMfrtW, spring and lummcr, 'H k *n melting, easy to follow pi^tt Mr every woman who Mm. li MM to M«4 tor yotlf Mff MMt. » ••**. Dessert-Bridge Given for TLE Club Members A dessert-brldgo was given at the iome of Mrs. W. J. Cupples last light for TLE Bridge Club niem- aers. Mrs. W. JS. Cherry won high score In the games, Mrs. Herman Turner, second high, and Mrs. Dick WaLson, bridge. Coming Events THURSDAY Ladles Fellowship o! First Grace Jhurch meeting with Mrs. Emery Wright, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Nora Ellis Is co-hostess. Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30 p.m. C and N Birthday Club meets nt home of Mrs. Walter Lutes, 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY Mississippi County Council of PTA meeting at Blythcvillu Hi r ;h School, Registration begins nt 9:30 a.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Poctz. Ladles or Country Club having monthly luncheon at 1 p.m. Woman's Club anmml fine arts uml musical tea a 1 club house. Leaders are Mrs. W. D. Cobb iinci Mrs. Hoyt Brown. An art display will be sho\Vn. Vendrcdl Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Snnford Tomllnson. Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Church meeting (tt church, 3:45 ii.m. LHE Club meeting with Mrs. Leon Davis, 7:30 p. m. SOC Birthday H Paula Sims, daughter of Mr. anri Mrs. Grndy Sims, wns entertained witli a party on her fifth birthday Sunday. Refreshments., of ice crotim and birthday cake were served. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- ng. • Iowa contains one fourth of all the grade A soli in the United States. J. D. Patton of Portageville has returned home after spending several days here visiting his sister, Mrs. Drew Hughey, and Mr. Hughey. Mrs, Randal Hawks and children and Mrs. G. C. Hawks spent yesterday In Blpley, Tenn., visiting relatives. Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, Mrs, W. A. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Dave Abbott. Mrs. Starling Bunch, Mrs. Lillian Lloyd, Mrs, J. W. Fielder and Mrs, Bessie bakes of Steele, all members of the Yesteryear Club, were in Caruthcrsvillc yesterday as luncheon guests of Mrs. George Bur nett. Condition of Larry Cummings, who underwent surgery at Chlcka- sawba Hospital yesterday, is re ported to be satisfactory. He is allowed to have visitors find is In Room C-4. M/Sgl. J. N. KImes, son of Mrs. Sally Klmes of BlythevlUe who hcu> spent the past three months In Africa, has returned to the Stales and Is now stationed at Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Klmes has also receivec word that her son. M/Sgt. Jack Kimes, Mrs. Klmes and children who have beep in Germany for the past three years, are now en- route home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush re turned yesterday afternoon from a business trip to cast Tennessee. Mrs. Audrey Carter of Birmingham, Ala., Is the guest of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson wlU return home with their daughter for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Burch will arrive today from Wewokn, Okln., to spend several dnys here visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett. Those from Blylheville who left this morning to attend the Stsxtti PEO Convention at Conway were Mrs. R. A. Porter, state treasurer; Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. R. P. Kirshner, past state presidents; Mrs. James Roy, Chapter D president; Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, Mrs. H. H. Houchlns, Mrs. Aubrey Couway and Mrs. Harold EgKens- pcrgcr. all of Chapter D, PEG. Representing Chapter N will be Mrs. J, W. Adams and Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Enroute home, Mrs,, Conway will atop In Little Rock and remain for several days. Tonight an executive board dinner and Memorial hour will be held with the .convention setting Uiidonviiy tomorrow morning. A banquet xvlll climax the affair Friday evening. J. E. Dicks is In Chicago on business. Mrs. Harry NebleU and Mrs. Austin Coates otf Hclnna nro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Todd Harrison Speak at Central PTA "Keeping up with Our Children" was the topic chosen by Todd Harrison yesterday afternoon when he spoke at the meeting of Central Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. James Rainwater introduced Mr. Harrison. The devotional wiis given by Mrs. Harvey Kidd with the president's message being read by Mrs. Sidney Platt. Room count went to Miss Kil- llan's first grade, Mrs. Caffey's second grade, Miss Swift's fifth Krade and Mrs. Stubblefield'a fourth grade. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner conducted an installation service for newly elected .officers. Those Installed were Mrs. Gean Atkinson, president; Mrs. Freeman Robinson, vice - president; Mrs. Clyde Wilson, secretary and Mrs. Eric Whitley, treasurer. Second grade mothers were hostesses in the social hour. Installation Service Held ByB'naiB'rith Tuesday evening at the regular monthly meeting of I. Miller Lodge of B'nat B'rlth, newly elected of- leers for the term 1855-56 were nstalled. The candlelight installation ceremony was conducted by chaplain of the lodge, Rabbi Alfred Vise, who Is also a board. member of Arkansas state Association of B'nut B'rith. New officers installed were Morris Zellner, president; Hyman Kohn, first vice-president; Ben tfickol. second vice-president; Edward Weiss, secretary-treasurer; and Richard Jiedel, Warden. Out-going president, Jerry Cohen, was honored by being presented with a past president's pin. A potluck supper, sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood, preceded the business meeting. At Tlx Hospitals Bh-thevllta Hospital Dismissed: Shannon Talkington, Center K. L. Jones, city Dismissed: H. ,lt Crawford, Dell E. L. Jones, city Shannon Talkington, Cooler Lime Mnp NnrlhruU, TU. 1, city Mrs. Louis Salmons, city rhirkii.siiwlia Hns]ilt»l Dismissed: Mrs. Robert King, Sicrle Sharon Rnzer, city Isniic McAdum*, city Mrs. Willie Wy, city Mrs. Herb Chllds, city Mrs. Russell Battles and baby HoriKTSville Mrs. Gertrude Oldhum, city Mrs. Nora Mnrtin, city J. Planigan, city Dismissed: Dick Simpson, Luxoru Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Estolle Colston, city Carrie Smith and bnby. Holland Parisian Theme To Be Used at Musical Tea "Paris in the Spring" will be the theme of the annual Musical Tea at the Woman's Club tomorrow. Mrs. W. D. Cobb Is in charge of the musical section and the art exhibit is being handled by Mrs. Hoyt Brown. Students who have attended and who are going to attend Egyptian Music Cnmp at Du Quoin, 111., will provide entertainment. The program begins at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses lor the affair are Mra, J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. A. S. Harrison, Mrs. H. C. Bush, Mrs. R. E. BlayJock, Mrs. Cobb, Mrs. George. Barham, Mrs. J. A. Bryant, Mrs. Joe.B. Evans, Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mrs. W. A. Stlckrnon, Oven Meal Demonstration Given at Meeting Lone Oak Home. Demonstration Club held an all-day meeting the home of Mrs. Tom Britton Tuesday nt which time an oven cooked mnal demonstration was given by Mrs. Glenn Alexander. This was served as the noon meal Mrs. Leslie Moore presided ovei the mooting which, was opened with prayer by Mrs. Britton. The eye- opener was given by Mrs. J. O. Huuy. Pinna were made in the business session for the group to purchase a stove for the club house and n novelty basket was passed to help raise money for this project. PTA Council To Meet at High School Mississippi County Council of Parent-Teacher Association will meet at BlythevlHe High School tomorrow morning with registration beginning at 9:3n a. m. Judge Philip Deer will be principal speaker and a special musical program will be presented by the Blytheville High School Choir at 1 p.m. Mrs. Harper Oates ol Joiner, president ot the organization, will presided over the meeting. Founder's Day Dinner Held By Soroity Fourteen members of Osceola- Blytheville PI Beta Phi Alumna! Club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ralph Woodruff in Osceola for their annual Founder's Day din- :r. The table around which the guests were seated was centered with wine tulips flanked with silver blue burn- Ing tapers in silver holders, carry- ng out the sorority colors. Mrs. Jettie Driver had charge of the program and gave a biography on ''The First President of the Sorority." The business meeting was conducted by Miss Arden Ferguson, president, at whish time Mrs. Charles Crlgger, III. and Mrs. Clem Whistle Jr., were welcomed as new members of the group. Wesleyan Guild Has Program At Church Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church met at the church Monday night for a program on "United Women of Churches." . Mrs. Ralph Berryman was program chairman and Mrs. Ira Gray gave the devotional. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Dolsia Stewart and Mrs. Harrell Davis. Mrs. Hall Entertains Bridge Club Spring flowers were used throughout the t-nlcrlalning rooms yesterday when Town and Country Club members met at the home of Mrs. .John c. McHaney and Mrs. V. O. Miller. Mrs. C. Modlngcr and Mrs. C. C. Smith won prizes In bridge gomes. Club Eight Conducts Game In Poetz Home Mrs. G. O. Poetz wns hostess to members cif Club Eight nnd one guest, Mrs. John \\. Cocke, Jr., ut her home yesterday. Narcissi were used in the entertaining rooms and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Poetz won high in the games. Second high and bridge- went to Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. Stout Guest of Wednesday Club Mrs. R. B. Stout was the only guest yesterday when members of Wednesday Bridge Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. W. J. Pollard. The table where the guests were seated for luncheon was centered with a mnssive arrangement of spring flowers. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. L. E. Old won high scores in (he bridge games. Mrs. Johnson Honored With Lingerie Shower Mrs. Ernest Johnson, who is entering the Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital at Hayti, was honored last night with a lingerie show- r. Hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Thomas and Miss Billie Ruth Plnkey. The 18 guesU were served party foods and iced drinks as refreshments. Birthday Party Given For Paula Sims Here Paula Sims, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Sims, was entertained with a party on her fifth birthday Sunday. ttt?frt*shments of ice cvenra and birthday cake were served. EXPEDITION'S BUDGET The Lewis and Clark expedition was made on a budget of $2500. There were 31 men in the official party, which went from the Mississippi River to the Pacific coast and back again, with the trip lasting from May, iSfM, to September, 1806. 6,000,000 Women must be right About Summer Storage! They couldn't b« wrong ... for (hoy plnc« (heir confidence in Certified Cold Storage year after year. It just beats anything for dependability I It's your absolute assurance of complete protection against moths, hen!, mildew, fir«, and dust for only 3 per cent of your valuation on fum, 2 percent on Woolens. It's time to store now; pay next. Kail on delivery when your clothed arc brought to you freshly pressed and rendy to wear. Member Certified Cold Fur Storage Association Phone 3-4418 BLYTHEVILLE STEAM Todoy! LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Our storage vaults approved by American Institute of Refrigeration. 210 S. Second It's About Time That You Pampered Hard-Wprked Toes By AUCIA HART NKA Ht.utr Editor Long gloomy memories of a mother's admonishing — "be «ura to dry between your toes"—eeem to have made many women all the more stubborn about it. They stamp their feet on a fluffy bath mat and let it go at that. No one needs a textbook to know that mother was right. For heaith and cleanliness, the toes need their drying and care. Particularly for the woman who takes a shower ii this Important, tor the soap film that settled on the bottom of the tub settled on her feet, too. An added extra for the so-important toes is a beauty treatment all their own. After they're tenderly dried, give the nails a trim while they're easy to deal with. Powder or cream is a treat for them. If you're coping with athlete's foot ,the.powder you select, of course, will be a medical one. If your feet are healthy, pick a soft bath powder. If they're dry, try a soothing cream. Application is important. Don't just shake tile powder from above. It won't get to where it's needed, between the toes where they rub together. Try application With a sterilized cotton-tipped swab. Pow- oer, with care, will go on as smooth- CARE OF FEET — Lovlnf care for the hard-working toes is a cream lotion, being applied here with a swab. It should b* carefully spread In the area between each toe and around the ly as glazed china, cream will 8* Into all the areas you want with the use of a swab. Smooth either the cream or powder up over the toes, in the wrinkles and around the nails. 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