The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 14, 1954
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1954 — Society News - A Ann Mnllnrv Rditnr * Phn Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Maxine Hill Today Announces Annual Plans for Wedding Cermony Plans are announced today for the wedding of Miss Maxine Hill and William Heard Stancil, Jr. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church with the Rev. P. T. Herring of the Osceola Baptist Church officiating. Miss Hill has chosen her sister, Miss Melba Hill, to serve as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Freddie Joe Robert of Blytheville, Mrs. Willis Souris Dobson of Osceola and Mrs. Bob Clarke Bolton of Marked Tree. Mary Lee Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Richardson, Jr., will be flower girl and Tommy Brannum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Brannum, will serve as ring bearer. Mrs. Harold Davis and Mrs. C. M. Smart will provide nuptial music. Dr. Arthur Clark Stancil of Karle will serve his brother as best man and ushers will be Russell Mosley of Blytheville, Hal Stancil of Newport, brother of the groom, and Bob Bolton of Marked Tree, cousin of the groom. Following the ceremony a reception will be held at the Rustic Inn. The guest book will be presided over by Miss Millie Ann Mallory and those assisting at the table will be Mrs. Nathan Wade and Misses Nora Simpson. Gnllyn Stll- well, Marian Mayes and Blllle Jane Rodgers. Christmas Evident in Homes When Methodist WSCS Meets Christmas was evident in the homes yesterday when the Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church met. Circle One met with Mrs. R Hall with Mrs. W. E. HendrJx c hostess. There were 10 membe present. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater gave t devotional and gifts were taken for underprivileged children. Circle Two met with Mrs. Geor Lee with Mrs. Alex Hill co-hostes There were 13 members present. The devotional was given I Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Miss Hel Pat Hamilton told the Chrlstm story and Mrs. Lee, accompanl by Mrs. R. R. Jayroe, sang Christmas carol. Food lor Chrl; mas baskets was taken up. Guests of the group were Mr Joe Joyner, Mrs. Jayroe and Ml Hamilton. Circle Three met with Mrs. J. Adams With Mrs. Ruth Elean Afflick, co-hostess. There were members present. Mrs. Johnny Young gave the d votional and Mrs. Paul Jobe to the Christmas story. Circle Four met with Mrs. G. \\ Pyles for a 1 p.m. luncheon wl 36 members present. The devotional was given b Mrs. Harry W. Halnes. Guests i this circle were Mrs. Harold E| gensperger and Mrs. L. E. Old. Circle Five met with Mrs. W. L Horner with Mrs. A. H. Boyd cc hostess. There were 14 member present. Mrs. Robert McGraw gave tli devotional and Mrs. Joe Pride, Wesley Memorial WSCS Conducts Program in Home Wesley Memorial Metliodis Church Women's Society of Chris tian Service met at the home Mrs. Dora Coalter last night for business meeting and Christina program. Mrs. J. H. Richardson told th Christmas Story In a cnndlellgh ceremony and those on progran Were Mrs. Kenneth Poff, Mrs. W A. O'Neal, Mrs. Coalter and Mrs W. L. Davidson. A poem, "Christmas Journey, was given by Mrs. Jack Robinson Mrs. Richardson dismissed tin group with prayer. Holiday Party Frock; 8129 3-8 yn. By Sue Burnett Two adorable dresses in one pattern! And so cute for holiday party wear with either the puffed or wing; sleeve. Pattern No. 8129 is in sizes. 3, 4, S. 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4, puffed sleeve, 2H yards of 35-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our .ptttern catalog of Basic FASHION. The fall and winter 'M issue is filled with attractive, t»sy to sey styles for all igei. guest of the group, told the Christmas story. Circle Six met with Mrs. Ben White with Mrs. Jack Robinson, co-hostess. There were 11 members present. Mrs. W. R. Summerville gave the devotional and taught the mission study. Mrs. Ben Mac White and Mrs. Johnny White were guests of the group. Circle Seven met with Mrs. Richard Osborne with Mrs, Paul Lloyd co-hostess. There were 21 members present. The devotional was given by Mrs. Harold Wood and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., told the Christmas story. Toys, food and clothing were taken up for needy families. Guests of this circle were Mrs. Mary Droke, Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Old. Mrs. A. H. Cole was a new member. New Liberty YWA Has Meeting In Webb Home Young Women's Auxiliary ot New Liberty Baptist Clnirch met at the home of Mrs. Clyde Webb last night. Group singing opened the meet- Ing and Maxine Crosskno gave the opening prayer and rend the scrip- urc. Roll call wan answered with .he watchword. Nancy Dlxon was in charge nl the program and those Inking mrts were Martha MIddleton, ''ranees Weathers, Peggy Ounter, Marilyn Lutes and Dorothy Kourl. A trio composed or Mable Crook, Marilyn Lutes and Mnrle BevM sang "Silent Night." Rebecca Henion told of the mission work and Nnncy Dlxon dismissed the group. Refreshments were served In the iocla! hour that fallowed. Banquet Held by Baptist WMS Women's Missionary Society of Number Nine Baptist Church held Its annual Christmas banquet at the home ot Mrs. Billy Johnson last night. Guests were seated at a T-shape table with the head table being centered with large white glittering candles set on a mirror and surrounded with silvered greenery and baublos. Tapers nestled in greenery and baubles were used on other tables. The Interest point was the silver Christmas tree placed before A Inrgc mirror surrounded with packages. Placecards were corsage* made of baubles with each guests name printed on them in white. They were tied with colorful bowi and boughs of greenery. Mrs. Billy Johnson, Mrs. Max Johnson and Mn. Lloyd Ray were In. charge of the decorations. Mrs. Cllffle Johnson was program chairman and the Invocation was given by Mrs. Carl Webster. Mrs. Clyde McCord gave the devotional. After the program, the group exchanged gifts. Bits of News iiu r^crt onaf </ * Coming Events TUESDAY Mary Martha Sunday School Class f First Baptist Church lias Christ- las party and dinner at the home f Mrs. w. Marlon Williams, 7 p.m. ilrs. R. E. Blaylock Is co-hostess, Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Slg- na Phi has Christmas party Hotel Voble Plantation Room, 7:30 p.m. iostesses arc Mrs. Milton Howard, Irs. Foy Etchleson and Mrs. George Ford and Mrs. Bill Driver WEDNESDAY Club Eight has Christmas party t the home of Mrs. O. O. foe!/.. Wednesday Club meets at Coim- ry Club for Christmas party. NGW Club meets with Mrs. Herert Graham. 7:30 p.m. Yarbro PTA Has Christmas Pro- ram beginning nt 1:30 p. m. THURSDAY La .Nueve uiuo meets with Mrs 'cwlon Whitis. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen having hristmus party for Chlllion lub. Duplicate Bridge League mecLs. Lottie Moon YWA meets with rs. C. S. Birmingham. FRIDAY Chapter N PEO Sisterhood has p.m. .luncheon at the home of rs. w. L. Horner. Mrs. C. A. unnlngham and Mrs. Elton Kir,' are co-hostess. Deborah Sunday School Class of Mr. and Mrs. Billy M. Gann announce the birth of a daughter lust Friday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who lias a brother, Max, hus been named Susan Marie. Mrs. Gann is the former Rcba Beasley. Mrs. Gann and Infant daughter arc now at their home on Magnolia Street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dard and Mrs. Riley B. Jones and daughters have returned from a trip to Kansas City, Mo., where they visited relatives. Ah'iimn 2/c Tommy Dowdy of Sclfrldyc Air Force Base, ML Clements, Mich., is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, and family. Presbyterian Women Hold Last Meeting of Year at Church The last meeting of the year was held last night by the Women of the Presbyterian Church at the church. RIBBON TRfiE — Putting the final touches tree will be the focal point Thursday when Lato tlie glittering pink tree tied with aqua bows dies Day will be held. Mrs. Stacy and Mrs. Polln t the Country Club are (from left to right) Mrs. ard compose the decoration committee for that William Calclwcll, the new club hostess, Mrs. Ed- day. (Courier News Photo) gar Stacy and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. This beautiful Baptist Church Circles Have Final Meetings of Year Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met in the homes of members yesterday for its last meet Rnndal Hawks and L. L. Wardij n[? n r ii. p »«„:ft this morning for Laredo, Tex. g Ol ° yC ' lei for n 10-day deer hunt. Mrs. R. H. Kiruy haa as her guest yesterday her nephew. Lt. (Jg) Darrell Williams of Dullns, Tex., who was cnroule to Culm foi u tour of duty and Mrs. W. E Wilbourn of Par agon hi. Mr. and Mrs. William Harris of Chicago, 111,, are the guests ol Mr. Harris' father, Aclolph Harris and his sisters, Ina Mnthcws, Hel en Wicker and Corcllc Mathews, Mrs. Robert McHnney is now al the home of her mother, Mrs. E. B. WoodsoH. Her infant daughter Julia Curlcton, is still a patienl at Chlckasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fnmk Gillctt who are cnvoute to their home In Tn- coma, Wash., from an Eastern trip are the quests of Mr. and Airs. R. H. Klrby today. Trinity WMS Has Royal Service Program Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Society met at (he church yesterday for n business and Royal Service meeting. A covered-dish luncheon was held. Mrs. R. W. Woo ten was In charge of the meeting which was opened with (lie repeating of the watch' word. Mr.s. John Kelley, a guest, opened (ho meeting with prayer. Other guests were Mr.s. Eston Todc of Chnltiinooga, Tenn., and Mrs, Henry Berry. Mrs. A. D. Priest was program elinirmnn and Circle Three under the direction of Mrs. Calvin Edge gave the program, "How Far Is It to Bethlehem Town?" The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Bill Cook and Mrs EdRe. Christmas decorations were used enl. throughout the entertaining rooms ot these homes. Circle One met with Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon with seven members present. Mrs. W. L. Ferguson gave the devotional and those on program were Mrs. Jimies Fisher, Mrs. K. D. Marr, Mrs. Herman May, Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs. Stockmon, Circle Two met with Mrs. W. J. Rodger with Mrs. C. L. Evans, co- hostess. There were 10 members present. Mrs. C. L. Me Waters preside*! over the meeting uncl Mrs. E. L. Blomeyer gave the opening prayer. Those on progi'iim were Mrs. Darrell Lunsfcml, Mrs. Virginia McCool. Mrs. Evans dismissed the group. Circle Three met with Mrs. C. E- Edds with 10 members present with one new member, Mrs. W. C West- Mrs. Edds opened the meeting with prayer and those taking parts on program were Mrs .E. S. Stevens, Mrs. W. W. Moore, Mrs. Earl Wilson and Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs, Jr. Mrs. Tom Jackson dismissed the group with prayer. Circle Four met with Mrs. C. E. The business session was eon- ducted by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer gave the opening prayer and was in charge of the program. Mrs. W. E. Buchanan gave the closing prayer. Circle Five met with Mrs. H L Halsell. Jr.. for a 1 p.m. luncheon with 10 members present. Mrs. Lucy McCormick, was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. William Berrynmn gave the devotional. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw gave the closing prayer. Circle Six met with Mrs. Garrott Abbott with eight members present, one new member, Mrs. James Gardner, and one visitor, Mrs. R A. Gary, present. Mrs. Bill Bannister conducted the business session and Mrs. Charles Roy Newcomb gave the devotional. Mrs. Bannister dismissed the group with prayer. Circle seven met with Mrs. C. W. Afflick with 12 members present. Mrs. John Gearing led the opening prayer and those on program were Mrs. Roy Head, Mrs. Quincy Alexander, Mrs. F. L. Reagan, Mrs J. W. Rayder. Mrs. C. S. Lemons, Mrs. Gearing. Mrs. C. M. Smart EInd, Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. Carl Tale dismissed the Johnson with seven members pres- group with prayer. At The Hospitals Chlckasawba, Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Gann and baby, city Ercle Aycock. city Mrs. Robert Cash, city Mrs. Curtis Bennett, city Mrs. Grady Magee and baby, city Terry Owens, ctiy Mrs. Thomas Beasley, Steele Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Elzie Galloway and Shirley Holt, both of Manila. WARNING ORDER IN THIS CHANCERY COURT, CHICK ASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS J times K. Travis, PItf. vs. No. 12,859 Lois C. Travis, Dft. The defendant, Lois C. Travis, is liereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in th caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, James K. Travis. Dated this 24th day of November, 1954. iEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. j » Maude F. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf. J Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad Litem. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson was in charge of the business which was opened with prayer by Mrs, C. M. Gray. Committee reports were given by the chairman. An installation of officers Was conducted by Mrs. Harvey Kidd. Officers Installed were Mrs. Thomasson, president; Mrs. Hugh Hudson, vice-president; Mrs. Jack Webb, secretary and Mrs. S. E. Tune, treasurer. An allocation of new circle members was held and a quarter composed of Susan Huffman, Jenny Wren McCalla, June Horner and Ann Marr sang "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Mrs. Hudson told the Christmas story and Mrs. Walter Day pre- sented "Why the Chimes Rang." Mrs. Thomasson dismissed the group with "For Christmas tha Year Around," by Marshall. A social hour was held in th« recreation room of the church following the program. Seen about the room were a manger scene on the piano, a sleigh holding greenery, baubles and red tapers on the refreshment table and an angelabra holding red tapers on the radio. Circles Five and Six were hostesses. Electrical storms, common tn mid-summer, kill 400 persons a year in the United States. Beautiful Arriving Christmas Picture of a Business Man with Christmas on his mind! 3 K 11/30-12/7-14-21 First Baptist Church has Christmas party nt the home of Mr.s. Alvin Huffman. Sr., 6:30 p.m. Pentecost Ladies Auxiliary meets nt church. Young; students of Mrs. Cecil Lowe have Christmas Recital anc! ten. 6:15 p.m. Fifth mid Sixth gradr .students. 8:15. Parents are guests. mind a blank on what to give HIM! See back page for suggestions by MARTIN'S Mens Store. You can btt he's seen them! REMEMBER: ONE THIRD OFF On All Fall & Winter • COATS • SUITS • DRESSES • HATS r~ Nothing so comfortable -even nothing at all! by FORMFIT Sec for yourself! You actually feel better in Skippies than you Jo going girJIe-less. Kor Skippies give yon the kind of support thai moans true comfort. You'll find you can be. uc//iv/v alluring in Skippics-bc- cause they beautify your figure without bones, bulk or bind. Conn- in. I,,- lined Unlay. 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