The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1952 · Page 4
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PAGE FOU* (ARK.) COURHER NEW! Pat MuUiu, Society Editor Phone U61 » Friday to Mark Harvest Supper 5 Tomorrow evening will mark another annual Hsrreit Supper, which this year will be a chicken supper, given by the Women's Society af Christian Service-of Yarbro Mclh- odlst Church. Mrs, Glenn Bunch, president of th« organization, Is acting chairman, and food committee Includes Mrs. Elai Wheeler, Mrs, Paul Abbott, and Mrs. Johnny Johnson, •Mrs. W. D. Hammond, publicity -chairman and in charge of ticket sales, announced today that supper will be served beginning at 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. '.AJ1 proceeds are to go to Uie church fund. Betty Holland Is Hostess to Club ,N. N. Bridge Club'member* wire entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Betty Nell Holland. Miss Holland used a Halloween theme, carrying out in orange and W»ck color motif, BrlcUie gamn were conducted in the evening with first place going to Mhs Betty Ann Harber, second to Mlw Barbira Ann Smith, and bridge to Miss Katherine~ Simpson. BSWSamba Club Has Weekly Game Mrs. Eugene Brown was hostess to m'embers of the BSW Samba Club Tuesday «t her home, when »H members were present. Foliage was used.to decorate her entertaining rooms. ,Th«. hostess won first place In the samba games, and served pie and coffee at the'conclusion. Thrifty Tailored Skirt By Sue Burnett So beautifully.slim and just about the easiest sewing you could Imagine. A well cut skirt to wear wilh blouses or sweaters all during the cool weather. And tt renulres only a lard of 64-Inch fabrlcl Pattern No. 8527,1s: n sew-rlte perforated pattern In waist sizes 24, 25. 26W, 28, 30, 32. Size 25, 1 yard of 54- inch. =, : For ' this' pattern, send 30c In COIN8. your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 uincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Pall and Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas for Wilson Baptists Rename Circles WILSON—TliU weeic marked the beginning of » new ,year for the four circles of the Women's Missionary Union at First Baptist Church. To start the new year, the circles were renamed, divided and chairmen named. The names selected. In honor ot missionaries are Askew, Lydla Green, Foster and Doris floe- buck. They were formerly known as Mae Joncn. Abernathy, Alfred Carjienlcr and Kathleen Mallory Circles. The chairmen named are Mrs, Paul Bussey, Askew; Mrs, H. G. Yutce, Lydla Green; Mrs. Marshall Woodyard, Foster; and Mrs. Glen Wheeler,' 1 Doris RocIjueJt. Two circles met In nleht sessions, Monday and two met In afternoon sessions, -Tuesday. Monday night, Mrs, Broughton Lovett, WMU president, was a guest when Askew Circle rn&mbers met at ll>e home of Mrs, Ivan Haynes for a business meeting and social, The chairman, Mrs. Paul Bussey, was In charge ot the business session. Mrs. Pauline Corkran offered the opening prnycr. The program and devotional tliflt followed the business meeting, wns under tile direction ot Mrs, Ed Williams. Members drew names for their sunshine friend, thnt will remain a secret for three months. A , salad plnte nnd coffee were served by the hostess. In the other night session, Lydla Green Circle members met at the home of Mrs. Dontild Hny for a business meeting. Mrs, Lmnar Mc- Danlel, prasii!«I In the absence of the chairman.'Six members were present. Tuesday afternoon, Poster Circle met In the home of Mrs. Barda Anderson with Mrs. G. B. Craven ns co-hostess, Mrs. Marshall Woodyard, chairman,' presided during the business session and gave the devotional. Pr/iyer wns offered by Mrs, D. D. Cash. During the soda! hour games were played followed by refreshments. Seven members were present. _ ; The taorls Roebuck Circle met Tuesday afternoon fit the home of the chairman, Mrs. Glen Wheeler. Mrs, Curtis Miller wns in charge of the program. Mrs. J. H. Whitakcr Program Given By Delphian Mrs. II. W. Wylle was the leader of the semi-monthly program yesterday entitled "Lnbor and (he Nation" at n meeting of the Delton- lan chapter of Die Delpnlnn Society at Hotel Noble. "Beginnings of Labor /Movements" vvns ihc title of Mrs. Ben Hall's talk, which was followed by Mrs. C. W. Gnrrlgnn, whose subject, was "Weapon'Of Labor and the Employer." Mrs O.. W. Coppcdge spoke on "What Lnbor Movement Means," Mrs. George Dlllahunty spoke on "Political and Legal Considerations," nnd Mrs. ,Mnft Monaghnn spoke on "Labor and Insecurity." District WMU • Meet to Be He Id The North East District of Baptist Women's.Missionary Union will hold their annual meeting in Pcira- gould on Oct. 31, at 10 B.m. Theme for Ihe day will be "Look on the Fields," Highlighting the meeting will be the guest sprnker Miss Wllmn Weeks, a former missionary in China now serving in Hawaii. Reports of lost year's work- in Ihe six associations of the North East District and plans for the coming ycnr will be discussed. Miss Nancy Cooper, slate secretary-treasurer; Miss Doris DeVnult, young people's secretary of Arkansas; and Mrs. R. K, Hogood, the new field worker for Arkansas, will attend this meeting. smart, practical sewing for a ne 1 season; gift pattern 1 printed Inside the hook, 25c. Mrs. Brt>U(hfon rx>vel( offered the opening prayer and was in -charge of 'games played during the social hour. During the business session, new officers were elected. They are Mrs, Miller, co-chairman; Mrs. Jim Mlikr. secretary-treasurer; 'Mr/ft A. E. Clork, program chairman; Mrs. H. P. 'Cn'sh, mission study; Mrs. Whltaker, racial leader; Mrs. Clyde Clilsmj young people's leader; rind Mrs. Isaac Alexander, community mission chairman. ' Anniversary Day Planned at Club Members of the Woman's Club will celebrate the 26th anniversary of the club house, Friday at the club, when a program will be conducted by Mrs, Charles Ray'New- comb. Hostesses will Incude Mrs, L. E. Baker. Mrs. H. O. Bush, Mrs. O. M. Gray, Mrs. R. 0. Allen. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, Mrs. R/' E. Blny- iock, Mrs, W. D. cobb, Mrs. Barney Crook. Mrs. 0. \,. McWaters, Mrs. T. -I. .stay, Mrs. Hugh Whltsltt, Mrs. B, A. Cnrey and Mrs. .Joe B. Evans. . Invitations have been sent all former members of the club. An executive board meeting at 2 p.m will precede the general meeting, scheduled tor 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Langston Entertains Club Mrs. Charles Langston 'wa« hostess yesterday at her country home to members of Club Eight, when,all members attended the weekly bridge gnme. .'I'he hosier* served a dessert course before the games. : A'ltimin flowers formed the bouquets, .which were used in Ihe cn- tertainitigrrooms. Winners;ln the bridge v game were Mrs. R. C. Allen, high score, Mrs. Grnhnm Sudbury, second high, and Mrs.-Jesse White, brldgo. , Luncheon Held For PEO Chapter • Eighteen members of Chapter "D" of PEO attended the'•luncheon yesterday, at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conwny, when Mrs. H. H, Houchlns was co-hostess. Guest of the club was Mrs. Solen Qce of Greenville, III., a guest of the E. B. Gee's. Luncheon wa<r served from a long table, with n fruit nnd flowers centerpiece. Mrs. William Lawslie^ was in charge of the afternoon's program. Dog-wood HD Club Has Speaker Members of the Dogwood Hom< Demonstration Club gathered yesterday at their club, when flv< members nnd two guests attended. The singing of "Arkansas" by the presents the most exciting news afool! Your foot never looked prettier, and you never looked smarter. The ncwit, mosi veiling silhouelle jfooi , - , »nd completely fuhion right foi every hout ol Ihe <Uy. Black Sued* 13.95 &. SONS SHOES Good Shoes * Hosierj Mrt, John W. Durham, who fractured her hip In a fall last, week was taken today to Campbell's Clinic Jn Memphis, Mis. W. J, Noe of nonlphan, Mo,, l» a Blytltevllle visitor. She is the guest of the Hubert Soymore family, and her daughter; Miss Mary Noe. Mre. Wallacu lelehoari of Dell was In Memphis yesterday, where shb underwent treatment at the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dietrich and Miss Lillian .Norman returned last night from two days at an Insurance convention In Little Rock, Mrs, 0. 8. Baggett and Miss Beatrice llttrgtlt, will be In Joncsboro tonight for the Kappa Delta Pi banquet at which the national president will fipeak. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Brown and daughters, Jan and Kay,'have returned from a trip to Ttilsa, Okla., where they were the guests (jf Mrs. Brown's brother, Hershcl Sheltou and family. Mr. olid Mrs. Pnrrell .Bcrryhitl plan to attend the Arkansas-Olc MIKS football game In Little Rock Saturday. Miss Joyce Gill Is at.Wnlls Hospital. A teacher at Arlington, Tex.. Miss Olil left an Arlington hospital Monday by plane anil entered the Walls Tuesday. She Is reported to x Improved, and will be taken to the home'of h'ei- mother. MM. B. a. GUI, upon her dismissal. Miss. Barbara Moiinghau will leave tonioijrow ;'atlerhoon for Greenwood, Miae.,'• to spend the week end with Miss Betty Sue Lawrence, a former classmate at th,e University of Arkansas. While there, she will attend a tiancc at the reenwood Country Club. Miss Katlierlne Wheeler,'a member of the faculty at Blythevllle Junior High, will spend the week end with her parents, at Caraway, Ark. Mr. and 'Mrs. W. J. Pollard plan to bo in Little Ro:k this week end to attend the Arkansas-Olc Miss football game. Miss Pat Regan Is spending today in Memphis with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Solen Gee of Greenville, 111., who have been the guests of his brother, E. B. Gee, and Mrs: Gee, left this 'afternoon for their home. ; Mrs. James D. Jefferles, the former Miss Mary Jo Eaton, has gone to Newport, R. I., to join her husband, who graduates from midshipman school tomorrow. He has recently returned from Japan. After receiving his commission as ensign, he w.lll ,be stationed In Buy- onnc. N. J., where the couple will make their home. The guest last night of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mallory and daughters T.BS Van Wright of Little Rock. Wednesday Club Entertained Here MIB. P. E. Black entertained yesterday at her Home with a luncheon for members' and guosts of the Wednesday Bridge Club. • Mrs. H. W. Wylte was a guest of the club members Luncheon was served In the dining room. The table was centered with a large wire cornfcopia liUetl with mixed fruits. .The afternoon was speht in play- Ing bridge. Winers were Mrs. H. C. Sims, high score, and Mrs. E. J. Cure, second. . e Hospital Dismissed: ' Mr«. Annie Davli, Stcole , Mrs. Leonard Phillipi, Manila John Maughn, Cooler .Wall* MiuplUI Dismissed; • . . • . Mrs. Virgil McGhee, City , Frances England, City Mrs. W. E. Jackson, City Mrs. W. T. Wilson, Luxora Mrs. D. C. .Kirkwood, City Fortlns Gomez, City Mrs. N, M. Jolilff, Leachvllle . Mr. Hnlre, Tulstt. Okla. Mrs. Maupin, city •. . . Mrs, Caklwell Is Hostess to Circle . Mrs Howard Caldweil wns hostess Tuesday night for a business meeting for nine members of Circle Pour of the Business Women of Cnlvnry Baptist Church. . Mrs, Jack Altaway, WMU president, was a guest of the meeting. Mrs. t^eal duerlan was In charire of the business, and Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove gave the evening's' devotional. • • - - '• After sentence prayer; the group was served hot chocolate and sandwiches, ' Delegates Named '". By Auxiliary At a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday night at :he American Hut, plans were made 'or several members to attend the 'nil conference which is to be held Oct. -30. Delegates to the Little Rock.at- :air Include Mrs. H. C. . Hlanken- ;hip, Mrs. L. O. Gill, Mrs. John Hart, and Mis. Speck McGregor. It was decided that this month's social meeting, which Is to be held ointly with the American Legion will be a Halloween dance party; group began the program «nd A Scripture was read by Mrs. P. D, Jarrctt. Prayer was given by Mrs. P, S. Parker. Members answered roll cull with a winter dish. Mre. Gertrude Holl- mnn gave the eye-opener, earrings from rick-rack, and spoke on storing summer clcthes nnd planning winter meals. Mrs. Charley Lutes president, was the afternoon's hostess. Now at feajf price! Tussy, "Beauty TWTWBAY, OCT. W, 19*1 Over 30? Your skin can look younger wilh "Bcauly Plus." Each, ounce contains 10,000 units of natural eslrogcnic hormone : ."i. » cbiinlerinut nl Ihe substance that helps keep " yoitrig skin aglow"! J 5 SiZF, NOW "Beauty Plus" Harmon. Cream used nigluljr on faco anJ neck, beauiifies skin while you sleep. »3.50 SIZE, NOW f; *t $' 1.75 "Beauty Plat" . Mormon* Lolion. Use as a powder baso and on hands and arras. Woods Drug Blythcvilie Helen Scott Says Houwwife Can Have Successful Business Career Hy DOROTHY ROE , A) 1 Women'! Editor Any housewife, sayi Helen Scott of Stamford, Conn., can have a successful business career at home. Because every woman has one thing she can do better 'than anybody else. Helen, who is In private life Mrs Martin P. Slvulti, wife of a sales executive, . found that she could .bake belter pies »nd cakes than anybody she knew, «nd on that has rounded a successful business. She started It several years ago when her husband was convales- .cliiff'from a serious and costly operation. After sounding out a number of her friends, Helen started taking week-end orders for linked goods, worked three days a week filling ihe orders, and netted a profit, of $40 to $45 a week until her husband was on his foel again. Helen Scott spoke recently to a group of housewives in Buffalo, N. Y., at a meeting sponsored jointly by the advertising: women of Buffalo and (he Women's Division of the N. Y. state Department of Commerce, and eald: "To you who aie interested in perfecting your skills and talents no matter how burdened you may be with household responsibilities, life can be turned into a Joyous victory If only you have the will to make it so." After starting a successful h'ome- aJting business, Helen won mdie plaudits and also dollars for her book, "Baking for Profit", and now Js embarking on a business of making and marketing frozen pies. Maybe you've been cherishing a recipe for Aunt Martha's Bread- and-butter pickles, .or grandmother's elderberry Jam. " Maybe you have a skilled hand with a sewing machine or 'a pair of knitting needles. Maybe you're a renowned 1 party- giver, or a f*nltu ai •otertaining children, Perhap* you havt * knack of making and designing children's clothes, or have stumbled on < cosmetic formula which can b* made at home. Any of these can be men*y In the bank, sayi Helen Beotl, All you have to 'do t« perfect'them— make them better than anybody else—and then market them. Coming Events Thurada, Fldells Class Party Is to be held at the home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson at 520 Chlekasawba, at 1:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Hotel Noble. Friday Yarbro Methodist Church has their annual harvest'supper at the Yarbro Club house from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Wliittaker Is hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. James Mizzell Is hostess at 7:30 p.m. to th« Stitch and Chatter Club. . • • • Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Hotel Noble at 1:15. Tanda; Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has potluck supper and model meeting at the home of Mrs. Jimmy Edwards at 6 p.m. Old at 40,50-60?' — Man, You're Crazy forytct your »get Thousand! are peppy at 70. Try "p*pplnr up" wiih O*Uex. Con- falns tonTc for weak, rundown feeling due solely to body's lack of Iron which many men ana women call "old." Try Ostrex Tonic Tablet! ior ptp.-younjtr feeing, this very day.-5Q£ introductory size 43<. At »11 dnif itorei cverrwheVe-'ln Blytheville, .it Klrb, * Woods Drug. THURSDAY & FRIDAY WARNIR BROS'. BIG ^^- FILMED-1N-HAWA1I ^^5 ADVENTURE! NANbl ULoUN'JAMES ARNE8S'S>[ESEOWAROGRANT ROBERIVEUOWS , «»w.»EDW«!i) IUD«1G >\VAYNE.FEtLO\VSm~tK-. ^t^mer,WARNER BROS. Paramount News. Cartoon & Novelty Rcc! RITZ .GUESTS Dr. anrt Mrs. Charles Craig and family Mrs. Hobbie Bell Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grimes and family Dr. and Mrs. T. Brookmaa 1—--inn; We Sincerely Hope You'll Be Pleased. .. You knew we'd been lo market . . . well, wonderful Kift Hems are arriving daily; we hop* you like our selections. Just to mention a few items, you'll find: Luggage racks . . . lovely pottery . . . items 'in copper and brass . . . Kellogr stationery .'.'. ; wonderful wasteliaskels for only $3 ... new silver (Sterling and English Silverplale) and a host of other items. Come, in real soon and.remember, ,H.isn't too-?) early'to shop for Christmas. ' ' : ;V '';'*' ON MAIN A winning combination THt J«0« WITH t«t MAOIC You tttfi an fir It's' (asliion In Hplicale-triis Air Step slip-on that fits so naturally into your wardrobe. It defines the /emmJne trend ... lias built-in fit. You'll b« as comfortable as you are pretty on« your fool melts inlo this soft, supple suede ... icJ you tnjoy tin cushiony feel of th« Magic Sole. jk <\ft 10 98 ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP 204 West Main Tour ooffe* makv ihovld U Amooth Birfae* that can b» __. IMIQ eaally, Seami or cm-lew •» . lore sediment which will becom* ' ancld -and suoll ttw teste ol jrour L«itover vegetables added to an melet make a tasty and wholeiom«. Isli. . ; ; - . - Tfc« touching ttory of t*« WMMM wka BABY SNOOKS Hilarious Mar of radio brilliant hit of ll !D ztegfelrf Votlies . . . topflight Hollywood «t- tr»ctionl Fanny Hrlce won wealth and acclaim. But what was she. really like? What »•»» ' the consuming sorrow of her : life... why did she net C r find happiness? Read the life story of fabulous Fanny, by Norman K.itkov. It starts this month in the Ladies' Horn* Journal, nowonthenewastaml. *fe JUNE ALLYSON " likes the sheer drama of CAMEO* . . so will you! iuch a lovely accent or your Kail costumes! A sheer olli of misty nylon ith that famous Face Powder Finish*. hat's permanently lull They near much longer by actual test, ami it like no ither slocking 1.50 6 r gat/?* ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP 204 W. Main Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. . At All Tine* ; Admission 14c & 39t i L AST TIM ES TON ITE | Double Featur* ' JUDYHOLLIDAYs Abo Cartoon FRIDAY & S SERIAL: The Tombiw Also Cartoon

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