The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1952 · Page 4
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ipTTfSTT*, (AKK.y COURTEK NEWS P»t Mullin*, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Mission Book Is Taught to WSCS Another session cf "Human Rights," a mission book, was taught Monday to members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided over a brief business session, and Mrs. Bob McMaster gave a prayer and devotional with scriptures from Acts, I Kings, and Romans. / Carrie B. White, joclnl science teacher at Harrison High School, 'spoke to the group on the "American Negro." Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs, J. W. Woolum served hot chocolate and cookies at the intermission. In the second part of the program, Mrs. Blanche Busby gave a. talk on "Minnie Vance." Mrs. Don Lutes spoke on "People from Puerto Rico," and Mrs. C. M, Baxter UlkEd on the McDonald Center. Mrs. P. B. Jarrett offered prayer'to dismiss the meeting. Lucreta Bunch Pledges Nuptial Vows Presbyterian Groups Meet Members of the Pallh, Love, and Hope,groups of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First' Christian Church gathered Monday night at the church for covered dish dinner arid business meeting. An executive board meeting for the groups was conducted earlier In the day. • Twenty eight members and one guest,-Mr. G. M; Gray, attended the dinner, and Mrs. Gray spoke on the Council of Church Women. Mrs. J. P. Garrott closed the meeting with a worship service. Luncheon Given At Country Club Mrs. Charles Crlgger was hostess to members of the Tuesday Bridge Olub and .guests, yesterday at the Country .Club.-for a luncheon and an afternoon of bridge games. Guests included Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. H. C. Sims, Mrs. GUI Pollard, Mrs. Hussell C, Fair. Mrs. Hnrry W. Haines and Mrs. Cecil Shane. Bronze mums centered the luncheon table, and on the mantel was a JackjO-lnntcrn which suggested the Halloween motif carrier! out In all the decorations. Mrs. H. C. Sims won first place for guests In the bridge, with first club prize going to Mrs. Hlley n. Jones. Mrs. Max Held won the brid go'prize. ;;. Color Trims Covev-All Now making their home nl 110 East Davls'Street are Mr. and Mrs. James Allen Walker, who pledged vows of marriage Saturday at the yarbro Methodist Church In B single ring ceremony performer! by the Rev. Carl Burton. Mrs. Walker was before her marriage. Miss Margaret Lucreta Bunch, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Acle Bunch. Mr. Walker is the eon of Mrs. Dennis Flowers. Serving as matron of honor for the bride was Mrs, Glenn Bunch, \vho was dressed for the occasion In blue and gray. Her hat and as- cessbries were of black, and she pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. The bride wore for marriage, a. suit of steel gray and deep purple. Her hat was black, matching her other accessories. White carnations formed the corsage at her shoulder. Billy Joe Nelson served the groom as best man. The couple spent their w.cddlng trip in Forrest City, Ark., before returning here. The bride, a graduate of Blythc- ville High School, was chosen football queen in 1951. The groom, who ,Iso was » student at nlythevlllc High School, was a member of Fu- Mrs. James A. Walker lure Farmers of America Club. Mrs. Walker is employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, and Mr. Walker Is associated with the Vnrbro Co-Op Gin Company. Junior High PTA Announces Officers At an Initial meeting of the Jun-> lor High Parent-Teachers Association, officers to serve [or the coming ycnr were announced, following the regular opening program. Mrs. Glenn Lodd will servo as president; Mrs, Leonard Johnson, vice president: Mrs. Ray Johnston, secretary; Mrs. S, C. Owens, treasurer; and Mrs. William Wyntl, historian. Bulget and Finance committee Includes Mrs. S. C. Owens, Mrs. William Oaldwell. nnd Mrs. B. R. Hays. Mrs. E. J. Cure nnd Mrs. Roy I.. Baglcy arc on Program Committee. Character and Spiritual Life Education Committee includes Mrs. E. C. Brown nnd Mrs. W. w. Mitchell. Other committees include Mrs. LeRoy Huddleslon. health; Mrs. Paul Jobe, Junior High School service; Mrs. F. E. Scott, chairman, Mrs. Albert Taylor, seventh grade, Mrs. Alvln Huffman, eighth grade, nnl Mrs. C. B. Graves, ninth grade, liospltallly; Mrs. Clarence dimming*. Mrs. Fred Sallba. Mrs. Harry Wccdmnn. membership; and Mrs, Josephine Hall, telephone. Mrs. Charles Brogdon and. Mrs, Elbert' Huffman, music; Mrs. John Mohrison, magazine; V N|rs. p. E. jWlmberly nnd Jvlrs. Jane Miller, study course; Mrs. Ray S. Johnston and Mrs. William Wyatt. publicity; Mrs, M, F. Dover, Jr., bylaws; Mrs. Sanford Shclton, clialr- mnn, Mrs. Ted King, seventh grade, Mrs. Rex Warren, eighth grade; Mrs. T. R. Coleman, room representatives; and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, congress publications. The afternoon's devotional was given by Mrs. Robert Wade and the ninth grade mixed chonis presented three musical numbers under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry. Teachers were visited by members of the PTA in their home rooms. The seventh-grade mothers were host In a social hour which followed. Ycnr books containing the ofJiccrs and committee.'! nnrt the year's program were distributed. Business Circle Meets in Home Mrs. Herman May was hostess to 11 memberSj two guests .and three new members. Miss Jean N'orman. Mrs. Wllma AUord, nnd Mrs. Buford Coolie, of Circle Three, a business group, ol Calvary Baptist Church. The hostess led the opening prayer which was followed by a business session in which Mrs. O. S. Birmingham presided. Mrs. O e o r g e Hodgn gave, a devotional, "Growing for the Master, "with scriptures taken from Matthew and Luke. Mrs, Janlc Ross dismissed the group, and n social hour was held. Bits of News Jersey, Sure F'it in Fall, Winter Wardrobe When Orion Is Added Petty Officer Third Class and Mrs. William P. Joyner announce the hlrth of a son, their first, at the Millfngton Hospital, Oct. 14. He has been named William Fleetwood Joyner, Jr. Mrs. Joyner is the former Miss Joan Matheny. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ma- thcny visited them Sunday. Carl Paul, who has been a pa 1 tlenl at tr* Walls Hospital for the [>ast three weeks Is reported to be improving today. A son was born to Mr. and rs. Virgil McGhee Monday al the Walls Hospital. He Is their first child. Mrs. McGhee Is the former Miss Betty Lovelace. Linda Lee Blankcnship is confined to her hoine with mumps. Mrs. Jack Wilson of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson, and [laughter, Myra Jane, of ' West Memphis, are the guests of Mr. nntl Mrs. C. H. 'Wallace. Willie Dobson, who formerly made his home here, visited friends over the week end. Yarbro PTA Is Host to Council Members of the Mississippi county Council of Parent-Teachers Associations held Its first meeting ol the new school year Friday at Yarbro. r Mrs. E(l..Wllllams of Wilson, president, opened the meeting and Mrs. William Wyatt gnvc the welcome address. Mrs. A. L. Billing ot Joiner ftnve the response. . Mrs. Williams led the devotional and ripening prayer, alter which group singing was conducted. Mrfr. R. H. Jones of Osceola, guest spcatarr_~ reviewed the hook on "Moral anil Spiritual Education In Public Schools." Luncheon was served by the Yarbro PTA. In the afternoon session, sixth grade students presented special music on resonator bells. The next meeting will be held at Kciscr In January. Meeting Held At Little House Fifteen members of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Asociation met at the Girl Scout Little House last night for a business session, presided over by Mrs. Glenn Ladd, President. Plans for activities were made. The Dixie Regional Meeting will be held In Memphis Nov. 11-13, anrt the Blythcvllle curved Bar Scouts will serve as pages on the first day. Ten girl scouts and brownie leaders plan to attend. Qirl Scout Week beginning Oct. 26 and lasting until Nov. 1. will be celebrated in the scout and Brownie Troops. This is in honor of Juliette Low, the founder of Girl Scouting. On Oct. 25, the girl scouts will sell for-get-me-nots In the downtown district as port of their service work in celebration ol that week. This is to help disabled war veterans. Curved Bar Scouts and girls will meet at .the "Y" at 9:30 Saturday morning. Mrs. Ladd asked that all uniforms be brought to her for sale, as many of the girls still need them. MM. Joe McHane.v nnd Mrs. B. M. Perry, jr., were Introduced as new cadcrs. , OCT. tt,, 19W \ By GAILE DUGAS NEA Woman's Kililor NEW YORK (NBA)—Jersey, It's clear by now, lias an assured place in fashion for fall and winter. But the Jersey story takes on new aspects when orlon Is added, thus producing a fabric that cannot sag or stretch. It Is a fabric, further, that needs very little Ironing and is washable with ordinary care. Where there are pleats, they stny In. Hemlines will" not become uneven; cuffs and necklines keep their smooth fit. Such fashions are of special interest to the college girl and to her career - girl counterpart. Neither have unlimited funds for clothes nor for the upkeep ol their wardrobes. Anything that fabric and fashion people can do to give them clothes that are fashion-right and practical, too, is In the nature of a real service. The popular middy <left) Is in a soft Jersey that's orlon-nnd-ivool. Sleeves are three-quarter length. There's a high, round neck to be used as a jewelry foil. The hlpline i Is finished with a'snug cuff, just! above the permanently pleated skirt. I The same fabric Is used (right) | for a dress with wide-ribbed band at the waist. Cuffs are ribbed, too, and skirt has permanent pleats. Coming Events Wednesday Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. Charles Langston. Deltontnn Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble, • ! Chapter "D'' PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Aubrey Conway with Mrs. H. H. Houchlns as co- hostess. Thursday Pidclis Class Party Is to be held at the home of Mrs. o. E, Johnson at 520 Chickasawba, at T.30 p.m. Business Union ot the First Baptist Church has costume party and supper at church In the dining room. Mrs. Frank Seay is hostess to members of the G 1 . E. O. Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at (he Hotel Noble. Mrs. A. O. Little entertains members of the Thursday Club. Mrs. G. o. Caulill entertains members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains members of the TLE Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Leon Schcrer. Friday Woman's Club has 2 p.m. meeting for a film. "Americanism," shown by Mrs. Helen Carr. A program Is to follow the film. Yarbro Methodist church has their anmml harvest supper al the Yarbro Club house from 6 to 1:5* p.m. • Mrs. Lloyd .Whlllaker Is hostes* to members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. James Mlzzell Is hostess at 1:30 p.m. to the Stitch and Chatter Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Hotel Noble »t 1:15. FABULOUS FANNY The life story of FANNY BRICE Her life was a stirring saga of slums to stardom. But with the dizzying height* of Ziegfeld glory came tragedy, resembling the lyrira of her song, "MyMan."KorF»nny'sdeep- 1 est devotion was given to a faithless swindler. Read the biot-aphy of Fanny Brice, known tc millions as "Baby Snooks," ' beginning now ID the Ladies Home Journal. La Petite Club Mays in Home All members of the La Petite Club lathered at the home of Mrs. J. F. vlonlandon yesterday for a weekly bridge game. Chrysanthemums were used at ntervals In the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Max Usrey, Mrs. F. B. Otley ind Mrs. Meal Gesell won first, second, and brldgo prizes, respectively in the bridge games. Light refreshment* were served at the conclusion of the games. 8896 34-48 By Sue Burnett This neatly fitting bib style apron tlpcfi a grand job of protecting your Nicest frocks, and Is sew-easy the beginner can turn it out in no time. Finish with a brightly colored trim. Pattern No. «S% Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 34, 36, 38. VS. 42, 44. 46, 43. Size 38, 2?; yards of 39-Inch. • For tills pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quiney St.. Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION lor '52. Fall and Winter. This new Issue is [illsd with Ideas (or smart, practical s?"'ir>g for a new season; gift patcrn printed inside the book, 23c. "Monthly Pains" stopped or'amazingly relieved In 3 oirl of 4 coi»i In doctors 1 f*cM • Chances are you're putting up — unnecessarily— with the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation! For, in acLURlteits by doctors, Lydla Finkham's Compound brought com- plcte or striking relief from such distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases! L-ydlaPinXhfcm'slsmorfernlniHaeKonf So get Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound—or fioa, improved Tablet* with added iron. Sec If—tAken throueh the month—It doesn't give cellar from those backaches. Jitters—help you feel better be/ore and durinf your period! Or—If j-ou suffer from functional "hoi ftashei'* of "ihange of Hie," /Ind 1 out hou> Kontterfvl rtjifrfcum'* (i /or that, tool Rustic Inn Scene Of Bridge Party Mrs. Worth Holder was hostess yesterday to members of her bridpe club, Trl Tnwn Bridge Club, with a luncheon at the Rustic Inn, followed by an afternoon of bridge games. Mrs. Holder used a black and orange color motlt. Burnt orange flowers centered .the luncheon tables and the failles were In black and orange. Guests for the afternoon's activities included Mrs. R. E. Green and Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Winners for the afternoon were Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Gene Tealord. OPEN 'till 9P.M. Each Night Halsell& White Furn. & Appl. Co. Phone 6096 Main £ Division Meeting Is Held ByGosneli WMU Members of the Gosncll Women's Missionary Union of the Bnpttst Church met last night lor business at the church. To begin the mectlnj. "All Hall the Power" was sung by the group followed by prayer by Mrs. Neva Rhymes. A devotional by Mrs. J. M. Wilkinson \vns taken from the WMU watchword found In St. John. Tn the business session, equipping the new church kitchen with sllver- wnre \vns discussed. Mrs. Rachael Geivn dismissed with prayer. 7Vro Pre.aide.nlf Oicn The UNITED STATES World's Outstanding Concert Band 1EGION MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. WED., NOV. 5th Stmlcnl Matinee 2:30 p.m. Adm. 50c 51 Night Performance S:15 p.in S$l.50 $2.00 RESERVED SEATS For night performance on sale al Courier News ! or mail check lo F.O. Box 707. S2.00 ! General Admission Tickets at Ovvrns Driif Slort, Rothrock'i or throujh unjr Civic Club Duplicate League Plays at Club A five-table bridge game was conducted last night" at the Country Club, when members ol the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League played. Mrs. W. A. Afllick and Mrs. Matt Monftghnn won first place with second going to Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. Winning third place were Mrs. H. C. Sims and Harry W. Haines. Busiest Homes Are Usually the Happiest Homes Happy homes aren't as a general rule, homes where nothing new ever happens. ( The happiest homes are those where there Is usually some activity going on. Each activity doesn't have '.o Include the whole family, of course. Susie may be busy mounting butterflies; Jun_ lor b u 11 d 1 n g a Ruth Milieu model plane; Pop busy in the workshop and Mom digging In the flower garden. The Important thing Is that everybody has something to do and nobody Is ready to start an argument just to break the monotony. Members of a family aren't always trying to get away from home if there arc enough things around the house to do to keep them interested nnd make time fly. That Is a fact of home life that a great many otherwise good homemakers completely overlook. They are more Interested In how their houses look to outsiders than In what they offer the family In the way ol hobby, work and relaxation. A Workshop can contribute as much to a family's enjoyment of life as the most perfectly furnished living room. So can out-of-door bar- becue.pit, a flower garden, and a place .where any member of the family who wants to concentrate for a_ while can find some peace and quiet to work undisturbed. Methodist Guild Holds Meeting Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist held a potluck supper Monday evening al the home of Mm. W. W. Peek. A devotional was given by Mrs. W. W. Akenheid. Plans were made for a bake sale to be held Saturday. In other business, Hobby Lobby was discussed. Uh e Blylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed; Fred Brumley, Steele Mrs. Billy Joe Gatewood, Holland Walls Hospital Dismissed: Karen Little, City Gary Brown, Cooler W. M. Jefferson, Hermondale C. E. Parker, Oily Mrs. C. F. Tate, City Cracked, Dry Skin Sootti»—soften—help heal and relieve fiery itch with Oil-rich' Resinol OINTMENT— 'Owtoiu lanolin Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission Me & 30c WKD-1'MURS Double Feature JUDY HOIMDAY; LAST TIMES TODAY —Plus- Selected Short Subjects RITZ, GUESTS J!r. and i\lrs. Hill Avis Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Young and family Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hudson and family THURSDAY & FRIDAY WARNER BROS'. 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