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TUESDAY, AUGUST i, 1953 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Societu Pat Muling, Society Editor 4461 Church Group Meets in Home Mri. M. T. Moon entertained members of the study group ol Christian Women's Fellowship of the .First Christian Church at her home yesterday afternoon at two o'clock. Mil. W. D. Cobb served as leader of the program, "Make Her Mrs Active Member," which was presented in the form of a fikit, with Mrs. Cobb as "Mrs. Active Member' and Mrs. Ben Harpole as "Mrs. Inactive Member." Mrs- Hadley Hays served as worship leader, and Mrs. James Terry received the offering. Mrs. Hays offered offeratory prayer. In Group counts, the Faith Group was represented by six members, Hope by six and Love by two. MM. Cobb presided in the business jession. In which it was announced that Women's Retreat will be held Aug. 14-16. A social hour followed. HolfMoon WSCS Conducts Meeting Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Half Moon Methodist Church gathered yesterday at the church for a program and business session. Mrs. B. F. Gay presided, and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan served as leader of the program, "Making Friends of God's Children." Mrs. J. H- Richardson gave the devotional, which was followed with group singing. Others participating in the worship were Mrs. R. L. Hawkins and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. To close the program, the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison. Following the brief business session, the Rev. J. H. Richardson gave the benediction. Marvelously Slimming Circle Meetings Conducted in Homes Circle meetings were conducted yesterday by members of the Women's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church. Edith Rose Weller and Z. T. Rankin Circle members met jointly with Mrs. Eddie Ford yesterday afternoon, with 10 attending. Mrs. A. D. Priest offered opening prayer and the mission book, "Sacrifice and Song," was taught by Mrs, Bill Har- dln, Mrs. Jack Vowell, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Jimmie Davis, Mrs. Drew Huey, and Mrs. Priest. Mrs. Hard! ngave the benediction. Members of the Edith Montroy and Ola Lee Circles met with Mrs. Preston Thorn, with 12 attending. Mrs. H. J. Fondren offered prayer, and Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove taught the book, "Sacrifice and Song." Mrs. Jack Attaway dismissed the group with prayer. Thirteen members of the Irene Brannum Circle met with Mrs. Eula Lewis, with one new member, Mrs. Viola Brown. Business was conducted by Mrs. Larry Byrum with prayers offered by Mrs. W. C. West, Mrs. Claude Roland and Mrs. J. H. Melton. The mission book was taught by Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Carra Pruitt dismissed the group with prayer. Following each meeting, a socia hour was conducted. Bits of News t 13-D Petals Stand Out From Skirts by de Grab WMU Members Hold Meetings Members of Circles One and Two of Women's Missionary Union ol Trinity Baptist Church met jointly at the church yesterday with 11 members attending. Mrs. R. W Wooten presided. Mrs. E. C. Thompson gave the devotional from John and Mr- E. G Lovell offered the dismissal prayer. Mrs- W. D. Henson was hostess to 11 members and one new member, Mrs. Ethel Wackin of the Business Women's Circle last night, with t«'o guests. Miss Katherlne Austin offered prayer and Mrs. Max Koonce taught a mission study book, "The West Is Big." Following dismissal prayer by Mrs. Merle Lowe, refreshments were served. 8864 34-48 By Sue Burnett Slim princess lines highlight this attractive all occasion frock in women's sizes. And delightfully easy to sew with no belt to set in and a clearly illustrated sew chart to guide you smoothly. Patern No. 8864 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34.36. 38. 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36, 4>.i yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address .size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, ifi a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. 3irthday Party Given in Home Donnie Gean , McDermott, son jf Mr.,and Mrs. Mayo McDermott, >18 Park, celebrated his seventh jirthday yesterday with 15 friends nvited to a party in his honor. Mrs. E. H. L Sisemore, Mrs. J. B. Wisdom and Mrs. P. O. McDermott were co-hostesses with his mother. Auxiliary Has Meeting in Home Mrs. E. R. Mason was hostess at her home last night to members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. O. O. Hardawny gave the devotional after which reports Were given by various officers of the auxiliary. Mrs. Crawford Noble spoke to the group about her recent trip to Hawaii, Refreshments were served by the hostess following the benediction. Theater Party For Janet Young Continuing parties planned for Janet Young of Batesville, Miss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young, who is the guest of Kay Jaggers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers, a theater party was given yesterday Janet is the granddaughter of Mrs. Eunice Young. Hostess for the party \\-fis Terry Ann Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans. Two other out-of-town guests were Linda Jaggers of Fort Pierce. Fla., the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. J. G. Barnes, and Mary Alice Mosley of Houston, Tex., guest of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley. Refreshments were served after the movie. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Don Kerbough, City Mrs. Ciifiord Blaylock, City Kenneth Byrd, City E. B. McLemore, City Patsy Stark, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Gann and baby, City Mrs. Agnes Copeiand and baby. City Mrs. Ruby Willngham, City Mrs. Barabara Griffin, City Margaret Brownlee, City Mrs. J. A. Bryant, City Mrs. Enola Gish. City Mrs. Pauline Arnold. City Mrs. Sara Griggs, Steele Mrs. Leo Lawler, St. Charlea Coming Events Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. American Legion Auxiliary meets at 'the American Legion Hut. NALC Auxiliary has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Eric Hall at 638 South Lake. ^ Wednesday Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. Utho Barnes entertains members of the C. and C. Club. Beginners Duplicate Bridge League has 1 p. m. meetin at Hotel Noble. Thursday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel No ble. Mrs. J. P. Scrape entertains members of the TLB Bridge Club at the Razorback. Mrs. B. T. Worthy, Mrs. George Trimue, Mrs. Loy Welch are hostesses fro a tea for their granddaughter and niece. Miss Doris Worthy, bride-elect of James D. vlurphy from 3 to 5 at the Welch "tome. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks is hostess for a meeting of Vendredi Bridge Club. Read Courier News Classified Ads OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD Double Featurt MARINE RAIDERS THE SUNDOWNERS HD Club Meeting Held in Home Mrs. Tom Britton was hostess to 14 members and one new membei Mrs. Gladys Allen of Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club Monday with two guests attending. Following group singing, Mrs Leslie Moore gave the devotional or the life of Hannah. After reports by project lenders Mrs. Gertrude Holiman. county HD agent, gave a demonstration ii landicraft. In the business session, they vot- ad to sponsor.a booth at the Mississippi County Pair and selected a ;heme for it. Refrehmente were served later in ,he afternoon. Rose Robinson returned home last night from Shreveport, La. where she .spent six weeks as tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A Stegnll. and Mrs. W. E. Mlllci and families. Misses Margery Moss, Diane Smith and Sandra Bloodworth of Popular Bluff. Mo., left today foi | their homes after being the guest? of Miss Nita Rose Hall. Anothei guest of Miss Hull is Miss Barbara Humphrey of Columbia, Mo., who returns to her home tomorrow. The girls attended William Woods College last year. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Keeling left for their home today in Oskaloosa O., after visiting his sister, Mrs. Ada Tate. While they were here, the group with another sister, Mrs. Eva Morris, visited their niece, Mrs. O L. Colton, and Mr. Colcon in Akron, O., and vacationed in New York and Niagara Falls. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler were in Dyersburg, Tenn,, Sunday where they attended funeral services for their brother, A- B. Fowler. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth and Mrs. Jane Miller and daughters, Karen and Nan, left this morning for Daytona Beach, Fla., where they will spend 10 days. Mr .and Mrs. Morris Ridge and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Wagts- ter and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boswell spent Saturday at Wap- papelo Lake, near Poplar Bluff, Mo. Airman 2 c Billy Joe Walters who is stationed at Smyrna, Tenn., spent several days afc home and was ac- BY GAILE DUGAS NEW YORK—(NBA)—Working girls with man-sized jobs in industry need not abandon fashion during their hours at work. One of the newest branches of fashion is "fashions for industry." Its purpose is to dress Americau women on industrial jobs in clothes that are both good looking and practical. There are doilies available for every kind of job from the precision tool "bench in an airplane plant to cake decorating in a bakery. Fabrics include eotion twills and ticking, stitched and striped denim handsome striped .seersuckers. companied back to Memphis by. his AH of tht;m t!ike wcll to soap and mother, Mrs- Helen Hodge, Missi \vater. Betty Jo Garner of bsceola, and Leon Williams. Dr. Alfred Vise, who is auxiliary chaplain for the Veterans Administration hospital in Poplar Bluff, Mo,, returned from a two-day visit yesterday. He attended a chaplains conference and conducted the Sunday evening service at the hospital chapel for patients and guests, using as his subject, "How Can We Meet the Religious Challenge of Today." Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moore left today on a tour of the New England states after they spent several days isit in Richmond, Va. They are to be joined by their son, Byron, Jr., who is ,at camp at, Old Avon Farm in Avon, Conn. They plan to je gone a month. J. Louis Cherry, who hns spent ;everal days in Little Rock, Dermott ind Paris, Ark., on business, will return tomorrow. Styling for these fashions Is by designer Tina Leser. who works on the principle that such clothes must meet safety regulations of industrial plants and still have the smart lines and attractive colors of high fashion sportswear. Further, this designer has created clothes that can go to work and play, with many of them for interchangeable use. We show (left) a denim smock with collar in contrasting color. Front, and back fullness fall from .shoulder yoke. Bloused sleeves can be worn pushed up or down. One-piece, sleeveless coverall (right) in cotton seersucker has NEED A PLUMBER? THEN CALL ORSBURN SUPPLY CO. 1916 W. Main Phone 3208 Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS, WED & THURS Double Feature With With Pat O'Brien Robert Preston & Ruth Husscy ARobert Sterling Also Cartoon: HYPNOTIZED VAN JOHNSON JANET LEIGH LOUIS CALHERN When you shop for a new refrig- irator. make sure it will hold inougU supplies to enable you to narket but once a week. It should i. big enough to allow this \yith- nt ove -crowding. You'll nlso war' 5pe<M enough for extra foods for entertaining. Picnic Is Given For Beginners A picnic was eiven Monday at PI vision Street Park for fiO member and mothers of rne Beginner No. Department of the First Baptis Church. After the picnic lunch was serv eel, children spent the afternooi playing informal games. Leaders are Mrs. Hoyt Brown, sup erintendent; Mrs. H. V. Mallory, as Kociate superintendent; Mrs. T. H Chapman, Mrs. R. W. Hatch, Mrs Burks Barker, Mrs- Francis Wooc Mrs. Harold A. Davis and Mrs. Her bert Joiner, teachers. You can whip evaporated milk easily this way: Partially freeze can of evaporated milk in your re frigerntor. Then pour the milk into a Very cold bowl, ndd one table spoon lemon juice to each 2-3 cup milk, and whip. Ice cream stains should be sponged in cool water before laun dering in hot suds. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kitz & Roxy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY > II WARNER BROS. STARRING FRANK The sensational behind-the-guns story of the break-up of a terror-ruled <• sejfiupl ,,.n W ,,JOEISIHfiEB M , tn ,JEWISSEIlEII Plus Selected Shorts Cartoon: Cabrallero Droopy RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Femller Mr. £ Mrs. Graham Sudbury & Family Mr. £ .Mrs. Jesse Taylor & Family Mr. & Mrs. Mfircus Bvrard WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided at a meeting of 14 members of Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church Monday night at the church. Mrs. Joe Thomas conducted the worship service, using as her theme, "Highway and Road Signs" Following prayers by Mrs. Bob McMfister and Mre. Lusk, the group was dismissed. front zipper closing concealed under flat fly-tab. Collar and elasticued belt are in cotton twill in contrasting color. Peaked cap covers hair, comes in seersucker or twill. Neatly- tailored work gloves also come in the twill. Foam rubber pillows can be washed in your machine. Launder no more than two at a time and only one if it's extra large. If there's danger of shrinking the ticking, remove it and put the pillow into a pillow case, basted closed, or a mesh bag. Use lukewarm water and one-half cup of either soap or snythetic determent. Use no more soap thun necessary, for suds penetrate to the very center of these pillows. Let them go through rinse cycle. Save Money! Before you sign a contract for a new roof, new siding, interior or exterior painting:, insulation, gas Installation or any other building improvement, let us give you a fair estimate that will save you money. Phone 4551. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Truce Area Cleaned Up PANMUNJOM. Korea Western sector of the Kore«n ww is almost too neat and has a dl«- turblng appearance of perm»n«net. Except for destroyed building! on the 45-mile drive from Seoul to Panmunjom, it Is hard to find ttu dirt of war. This road onct w*» cluttered with burned tank hulli, trucks, jeeps, ammunition cans and empty gasoline drums. Now the roadside li liberally sprinkled with signs reading: "Don't throw trash." "Sprori limit 20 miles an hour." Overhead, U. S. helicopters scurry south with victims of Communist artillery and mortar fire. There's one thing about a windy day—people see more of each othor - tuns RHEUMATIC PAIN? KIDNEY-BLADDER | IRRITATION? Mo.MoiiiVoferW.tar RICHARDSON'S Cash Grocery Corner of 5th * MUa EXCLUSIVELY OURS No*-lnto-Fall COTTONS For Home-Street-Gifts Fashioned to compliment — DC. -signed lo please! The quality and I styles of Princess Peggy frocks \ delight (he eye, are soooo easy on the budget! '\ V . POP-ON 1.98 A. Attractive at work play. Novel Pots and Pans design or quaint Crazy Quilt pattern. Small (12. M C. CLASSIC CASUAL fea. luring new action back. Zip. prr front. Black bias trim. Charcoal, Green, Copen. Misses'sizes 12-20; half sizei 1612-24'1 k PETITE CHECK is trinv mcd with sparkling whit* pique. Flattering to wear ... . ei>>\ to care for. Red, Copen, Grey checks. Misses' sizei '12-20; half sizes 16M-24J4. 14); Medium Large (20-40). (16-18); 2OO E. MAIN ST.

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