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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Mullins, Society Editor etvd Phone 4461 Annual Luncheon To Be Given Annual bridge-luncheon for lona members of Delta Delta Delta So rorily will be held Friday st Hole Noble. Hostesses include Mrs. R. A, Port er, Mrs. J. Farris McCalla, and Mn Joe P. Pride, Jr. A business mooting win be con ducted "by Mrs. Spcncc AEexnnrlc following luncheon. Reservations fo BlythevUle members or members o Delta Delta Delta who are nowconi ers to BlS'theviHe m»y be made wlli one of the hostesses. Book Reviewed For Methodists "The Family. A Christian Con . corn" is the book being reviewed by chapters for members of VYomrn'. Society of Christian Service of thc Lake srrret Methodist Church, nncl Mr.s. Billy King, last nicht, nt n weekly mcellng gave the third chap- tcr. Mrs. Cecil LusV: led Ihe opening prayer anri presided over a brief business session. Mr.s. George Shanks Rave the devotional, using scripture from several chapters 01 Ihe Bible. "I Would Be True" wa.< sang by thc Rroup and Mrs. Shankf spoke on the "Secret, of Married Happiness," and gave a poem. Mrs. W. L. Green nnd. Mrs. C. T. Chamblin led prayers. Officers Elected At YWA Meeting New officers /or the corning year were elected last night, nt a meeting of the Young Women's Association of the First Baptist Church, held at the home of Miss Mnxlne Overman, outgoing president. Miss Kathcrinc Westbrook was fleeted president and other officers include Miss Millie Ann Mnllory. vice-president; Miss Pat Mulltns. *ecretnry and treasurer; Mis;! Lucille Hubbard, mission study chairman; Miss LouncII Overman, community missions chairman; Miss Maxlne Hill, social chairman; nnd program chairman will be rotated •with each officer holding the position for one Quarter. Mrs. Roy Read led the opening praj-er and Miss Hazel Bnmncn fin- khed teaching the book "Thus It Is Written," after n business session. Mi»« June Buchanan ltd the clou- Ing prayer and a social hour follow. ed. Campus Favorite Bits of News 9/M .f, in f it TUBSCAT, AT7GUST 1UJPSPAT, AUGUST 19, 1999 Home Permanent Is Important Help With Vour New Poodie^ut makes this Fall • S °"' ""f/i 1 * P U ." I 1 ." 1 chlrt " n ' es s a evennc sown with Empire hnes, designed by Jean Desscs for Nantj- Shirred waWline rises lo J,is( under draped top tlml has coyer up for shoulders in w He straps. Ombered In shades of gold-to-whUc this drew demonstrates (he new softer ailhouelte. Floating Chiffon Suggested For Fall By NKA Woman's Editor NEW YORK - (NBA) _ A more ovcred-up look. as evidenced by the se of sleeves, appears In the eve- Ing gaum for Fall. 1852. Soft lonlrter draping, a. single, large uffed sleeve .and draped halter ecklines are used to erase the top- ess, bare look of thc past seasons. Tlie line for evening is slimmer, lit there is still some fullness, of•n expressed in soft, floating Jnbric scd In layers. Stoles, attached at ne side, aid In providing thc new over-tip and add to thc soft, sweep. Back fullness Is stressed, done In big. bustle-like ponff.s or in rurtdcr fullness placed low. Where this back fullness appears, front and sides are flat and smooth. Mr. and Mrs. William Hrabovsky and children, Tommy and Sandra Kay. returned from a four week's vacation in Pittsburgh, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, ami Boston They were the guest.? of Mr. Hrabovsky's parents In 1 Pittsburgh. Mr.'nnd Mrs. H. c. Bush nnd son Condon, are now home from a three-week's vacation. Mrs Bush and Condon spent their lime in nig nMge Park In Tennessee, where they were Joined by another son Allen, who is a student at University of Tennessee. Mr. Bush, accompanied by Ray Hall spent three weeks fishing In sturgeon Palls, Canada. Jane Wilson, daughter of Mr and Mr.s. Bnker Wilson, underwent an appendectomy at Methodist Hospital. She will be moved today to the home of her aunt. Mrs. Horace I Harwell, she Is reported, "doing Jane Conies o( Sikcston Is thc ljui'sl of her cousin Mary Kay Crafton for this week. H. I,, pynrs Is In thc Baptist Hospital, where he will undergo sun-cry o-i Thnr.vliy. He h in Room 520 and l)i» daughter, Miss Pat Byars is with him. Mr. and Mrs. J. c Lowe and .son,! Jimmy and Jerry, snent the wr»k end in St. Lfllils, nnd attended the Mwilclfml Opera <,vhf!" there. MiM n"* 1 M " D ™ Be " ° f 0xtmA ' Mrs. Tom A. Little, for 10 M ^ Miss Blytlieville of 10M. wnTITppenr tonight on television .nation WMCT' "Mama, please don't soy 'don't'" nt 8:<I5 p.m. as a model In a fash- 5aiti lhe five-year-old to his moth- ion Show. Miss King recently re- er m n11 seriousness, turned from the National Association of Dance ami Aphillated Artists In Chicago, where the studied for 1" days. Among Ihi-m were Fokine • Hallenbcck, Nordt. Biggerstnff, and' Aonnchen. Larry Bnkr-r and Murray Smart. I Jr., attended a Sigma Alpha Epsl-j Ion rush party this week end in Little Rock. They were accompanied homo by Dean Calcole of Shrevc- port. a fraternUv brother of Murray's nt Tulane. Larry Is a rushce. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith and sons, Jon, Phil and Mark have re- 01 • •• 4 shampoo for siraiikinB-clcnlniri>nnp?lfm ?,"*''' 'V" y nuu ' h '" or<Icr - Sl:lrt »'"> a soU-walei- ' Ihcv kpjilv (o Your lir Fttrv nnn in m f . i Cr ""° fl " '° fcllow "' e ltir « lio ''s cxaclly. and as < s(r»:<mV ,Vill leave voir s IcrMnir lock . ,Jm US '' C ," I" 1 " 1 ' r ," sll . c '! «?"'••"•'>• ««»*«). Ccnllc fl,,lt ' delicate uaslcls are iinile.lo nr> ^ fnr J . B ,,' s ":' rle<1 »"'« feminine. Tliis Summei's cJiancauv in «»« «IMe A proierlv ^n ™° , Vpo,, WJT, V* IK.? !!' S ' rl fr "" ^ rs ^;- Mothers Bother Children rr. »nrt"Mrs 5 F!<,Sher da i« 11 :B CI »nd And Lessen Meonlno of Warnina "«< Blythcville of 1052. will nonenr' 3 y me'.h'r'S '.here. For she Tt is when (he word gets to be habitual that It Is bad. Say "don't." to a child Comin Events Q Monday, i Young Women's 18 Association Calvary Baptist Church the church at ^ p.m. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate meets at (ate. This notice first published 10th day of August, J952. Adron Russell, Administrator P. O. Box 36. Armorel. Ark. Ed B. Cook., attorney for administrator. . long and both of you grow irritable. ' Rll day; League has m.tsterpoint game. Bridge It's frustrating for him to be told ! Promised Land Women's Society •don't." no matter how harmless or ' °' Christian Service of the Metho- 1 dist Church meets at 1:30 p.m. at the homo of Mrs. Marcus Gaines. thc ward twenty times In halt an .._ llollr . i momentary the thing is his'Ta'ncy "Don't" is such! directs him to do. an easy word for! And it is annoying to the mother mothers to use : to say "don't" so often the command even though It is i loses its force and finally has to to . Mrs. Sam Hayncs is hostess members of High Two. Miss Luclla Barnes entertains -- -••»...,,, ,v .0 j •—~-j -™ ........ ti.m jiuiiuy u;ls lo | l\ll*s UlClla ] hard word to j be backed up with a louder, more j members of Clli make stick. Un- j threatening order. | Club Eight meets in the home of Hut! less we w a t c h out selves we overwork it to the Millett point where it hns little meaning. •- .. --- - mi; mngi ---•-•" ••" ••*.* i* .1 xmnKjii i Of course, no mother can handle nnd the short, lengths have gained I m Colorado Springs where thr-y were : children all day long without <av- ncceptanco with American women.! Wats of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bar- • ins "don't." It would be silly, some- intinfic- tr.i- \ Iinni. WllO Sirs former r^ciflntxfc nf i tininc- .ni-n.n ,J „„.-,.,_..,.,„ ._ i ' ,,. Evening gowns in 'both the long! t " rrl( ' tl from a two week's vacation Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Thursday _ - — •• Mrs. Harrv A. Haines h hasten i Over-work it nnd you'll both be members of Kibitzer "°° wss l frustrated.'Use it only when really! A mastcrpoint game will be nlnv necessary and it. will carry a lot ', ed at the meeting of Blvtheville Diip- So watch that "don't" if you want to be on pleasant, companionable terms with your children. '- j more weight. Both appear in most collections forj^ m ; *'. h ° nre former residents of j limes even dangerous to try getting along without that negative command, and ' Pall. " ------ - "'i Blvtheville. .Satins, taffctns. clr.i|Hd chiffons. Harold Mlnnick. son of Mrs. Daisy licate Bridge League ' tisf 8846 10-20 By Sue BurnptS Here's a striking'frock tor the. campus-bo.uul miss that is just as pretty for dates as f or classroom wear. Few pattern pieces and n well illustrated chart guide n young seamstress easily and quickly PiUlern No, 8345 j s „ M »--ri>'e perforated p.itiorn in .sizes. II), 12. H. 16. 18. 20. Sir.c 12. 4 yards o! 30-inch. Per this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name! address, size dc- Eircrt. and the PATTERN NUM- Methodist Circles Meet In Homes Of Members for Program and Study ."^LIH.-), uuicins. nrajwd chiffons. 1 riarom MinmcK. son o brocades, luce, barathea are the fab-1 Kenny, joined the Air Force rics. Red makes a big splash cf I wl " oc stationed in Texas. j ' color, followed by gold, iopaz, cmcr- Miss Alice Marie Ho.ss returned '. Cd VO TV Rnnficfc Moof !^ i-l^v^^^ aid. ond of course, black and while.} home yesterday from Ann Arbor. I /UI Y UU f J ' 'ilS MeeT 1H 11011165 Mirh.. where she completed her ' \vork on a Masters decree in the field of special education at University of Michigan. - | " ~Y~~""," ' ""-* " members of Circle One, Two, Five Seven Circles of the First Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service met in ..the home of members. Mrs. E. M. Regcnold vv'as .hostess to M members of Circle One nt her home In Aimoiel. Mrs. E. A. Hiile, and Mrs. C. A. Vinson. met with them as visitors. Mrs. Rlley B. Jones gave Ihe devotional and Mrs. James C, Guard taught the lesson. Mrs. H. O. Partlow was hostess, and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., was co- hostess for a meeting of members of Circle Two. Mrs. Clarence Dowdy was recognized as a new member among the 10 present. Members of Circle Three met In the home 'bf Mrs. W. L. Homer with Mrs. L. E. Old. co-hostess to IB at- tcndinir. Guests Included Mrs. William Wyntt and Mrs. Sclma Lowry. of Ravenrten. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jane Miller. Mrs. Miller gave the devotional ntid Mrs. Newton Whltis gave the study. Mrs. James L. Guard was hostess anrt Mrs. S. E. Webb was co-hostess to 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Harry Wecdman. Mrs. II. L. Hart gave the devotional. -,At a t meeting of circle Five at- Ihe homo of ' Clint Crilrl of. Mrs, .>. W.'Adi wtffjras fd'-'h Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Nash and family of Route 4, had as their Sllesis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Nnsh of India. Calif., Mr. ami ! Mrs. Howard Vine slid family of Marked Tree Mrs. Sarn Smith and us, Mrs. I - • .-— .... ..u.j.u!S to thp*|' — j^."~ -.,—T-—•'."'••;"rvw 17 meriihen : nnd one n.bw" rneinbcr. R ' f-"Nash-and-daaiST of Route . • .'i^n!i,[:i.^ inn] t.inc new meiiiocr "I^JLJ tmu kja^i)fii\.T:[ ui I\UUL^ Mrs. Mavis Snttleinlrc, Mrs. E. D'^- ^ rs - Clrxton 'Eubariks^ and sons Ferguson gave the devotional anri I " ! Ro 'i'e 2 . Mr. and Mrs.' Enrnic Mrs. Harry W. flaincs gnvo tho les- ' Midrtleton and fnmily of Route 4. ! rn the afternoon. Mr. sr,c! .Mrs. John Mrs. : Loy- Welch and Mrs. Welkcr i IN "" JI - A1 rs. ^uuanKB, Mrs. ijmltn. *, „ „ ,. . . ' Baker were hostesses to in members! and Mrs. MKldlelon. motored to the mcclms Wlth pra >" er ' . . Mrs Eubonks, Mrs. Smith. ^....^. T, t . i_ inviLL-.-.i^-s TO IH jnrriiners rtjltl .virs. ivijunieson, moiorco 10 of Circle Six 'when Mrs. Leon Burns i Crowricr,. Miss., to visit their sister. gave thc devotional and Mrs. Dick i Mrs. Ed'vfarcV Cook. ' J. White taught the study. Circlc Seven met in thc home i-l . . Mi-s.'j: W. ? Cocke, Jr.. nl Birming ham arrivedl last night to spend c ome i-l am arrve ast nght to spend Mrs. T. H. Carnivay with 10 mem- i several days with her parents, Mr. liors present for Ihe devotional j and Mrs. 'MH. Nunn, and her sis- given by Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. i ter, Miss «Sinia Nunn of Wash- Allcr each program, refreshments ! Ington, D. 6.1 who arrived Sunday were served and It was nnnmmcrd for a two-week's vacation. that a Dislrlcl mectinp; of WSCS will be held at Joiner Aug. 29. . BER lo Sue Burnett-Courier News 3~5 Q-jincy St.. Chicago 6 III Guests Attend WMU Program Business Women's Circles and Men's Brotherhood of Trinity fian- tist Church met last night with members of their Woman's Missionary Society lor a program and social meeting nt the church. Mrs. R. \v. Wontcn led the opening watchword and prnycr was offered by Mrs. D.ivirt McPcakr. Thc Rev. MrPcnkc led croup singing before Mrs. .lames Kelly. Young Pro- pic's director took charge of thc program. Those on program included members of the Girl's Auxiliary. Young Women's Association, Men's I Brotherhood and Circle One. ! Sentence prnyrr was used to close the meeting anrt was led bv F L Wicker and closed by (lie Rev Mr 1 McPcake. Ice rrpatn and cake was served to those attending. Auxiliary to Meet. At the Hospitals nlythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Arnold Jones. Cooler J. A Walton, city V. E. Tomlinson. city Clarence Odle. Portageville Mrs. Trov f'Tri-h. city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Price and baby, Krnrst Halscll. City Dr Alfred Vise was speaker yesterday at the' Rotary Hmcheon- meetine of the notary Club of Tyronza. He spoke on "The Task of notary International at Home and in our World Crisis." Circles of the Women's Mission- close thc merlin" ary Union of Calvary Baptist! Mrs. Carra Prewitt was hostess to Church which met yesterday were j seven members of circle Six with Mrs. H. J. Pondrcn leading the opening prayer anrt Bible study. Social hours were conducted alter each meeting and refreshments were served. and Six. Mrs. Henry McCain was hostess for five Circle One members and one guest, Mrs. Lee Moore, for program. Mrs. Birdie Cockrin led in the prayer to open the meeting, "Hes- {£££<).|pK!i Perishing" was the song ehosetl 'by the pro^fam chairman. •Mrs.'Freston'.-Thorh. Mrs. McCain gave the dcvotionnl and other who had parts were Mrs. W. F. O'Neal, and Mrs. Cockrin. who also closed Circle Two mernners met In the home of Mr.s. Jack Attaway for Bi- ..„„„ „ bf.e study. Two euests met with the I loading, group. Mrs. Peggy McNeely, and Lightweight plastic bamboo handbags are simple to keep clean. All you have to do is apply a soapy cloth—and such hot iveather IratJe- marks as sticky fingers and grass stains will vanish immediately, that meet the varying day-by-day needs of different type, of inierior NOTICE In Ihe 1'roliate Court of Chlcka- sawha Dislrlct of Mississippi County, Arkansas. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VIDAL ASEBEDO, DECEASED No. 2.122 Last known address of decedent: Armorel, Arkansas. Date of death-. June 22. 1952. The undersigned was appointed ndmiinstralor of the estate of the above-named flccedent on the 28th day of June. 1952. All persons haviuc claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months front the date of the Read Courier News Classified Ads Mrs. Minnie Johnson ol Memphis. Mrs. Johnson spoke on her work with the blind, nnd discussed the braille system. Mrs. Darrell L.ms- ford led thc Bible study and Mrs. R. E. Smothers closed with prayer. Twelve members of Circle Five met. In the home of Mrs Jack Vowell for program with new members, Mr.s. Bob Coleman, and Mrs. W. S. Stewart introduced. Mrs. Bill Hardin was in criarge of the pro- Msny new silverware patterns: gram, "Our State iVecds Our Sa- sport. floral motifs such as the or- j vlor." After group singing. Mrs. A. chid. In selecting a silver pattern, ID- Priest, gave the devotional. Oth- make surs the design is suitable for your table. If you've already eluded from any benefit in the cs- EASIEST BIN Or ALL TO ERECT! •Stop in soon, while we still have famous -SIOUX- Steel grain bins! DISTRIBUTOR Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 West Main—Blythevillt Phones GS5G & 6857 .. on the program were Mrs. Cole- (.uic;. LI ,»VMI»«; turvnuy man, and Mrs. T. C. Hopper. Pray- pmrhascd very plain china, floral I er was led by Mrs. L. D. Marr to silver pattern Is Ideal. If your clli- nn is fussy nnd flowery, however. Stcrle! perhaps a. plain silver pattern would ; ' be more suitable. 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