The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 22, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILL'E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1953 TO APPEAR HERE — The Marked Tree Girls Ensemble, under the direction of George L. (Pop) Hodge, is to appear here next Sunday at the High School auditorium at 3 p.m. Under the sponsorship of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, the Ensemble will be assisted in giving the benefit concert by the Blytheville High School Swing Band under the direction of Robert A. Lipscomb. Tickets are now on sale by mem- bers of the Sisterhood and will be sold at the door from 2:30 until 3 p.m. Sunday. The group, who has appeared on the Ted Mack television show, the Waldorf Astoria, Commodore, and New Yorker Hotels in New York City, are shown in the Persian Room at Oklahoma City, during a tour. Auxiliary Has Guest Speaker At Meeting Mrs. D. H. Hearnsberger, wa host:-s.s lo members of the Woman Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episco pa! Church at Hotel Noble last night Mrs. O. O. Hardaway gave th devotional, after which Mrs. S. S Patterson introduced the gues speaker, Mrs. Mary Droke, whos • iibjoct was "Christian Citizenshlj it (he Community LeveL" Two guests attending were Mrs W. F- Fitzhugh of Canton, Miss. guest of the nev. and Mrs. W. J Fiuhush, and Mrs. Dale B., Dun lap who recently moved to Blythe. vilk- from Pine Bluff. Following the benediction, thi served refreshments. Pat MulMns, Society Editor Phone 4461 Trinity Baptist Groups Conduct Programs Here Circles One and Two of ihe Trin ity Baptist Church met Jointly a the church yesterday for luncheoi followed by the Royal Service program. Mrs. B. W. Woolen conducted the business session, opened with prayer by Mrs, E. C. Parks. Fourteen members and one gues attended. Circle Two conducted the program with Mrs. John Nelson as leader. Mrs. Herman Adalr gave the devotional, followed by prayer by Mrs. H. H. Burnette. Following the program, Mrs. John Buchanan gave the meditation and Mrs. Arah Speck, the benediction. Members of the Business Women's Circle held a state mission program meeting at the church last night with 8 attending. Mrs. David McPeake gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Bobby Webb conducted the program. "Walking with Jesus in Arkansas." Austin gave the Seven Methodist Circles Conduct Mission. Study Programs in Homes Mission studies were taught yes terday afternoon and last evening at seven circle meeting's of the First Methodist Church, when members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service conducted meeting in homes. Mrs. Lloyd Whittnker was hostess to 14 members of Circle One at icr home. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., gave the devotional, followed by Mrs. H. W. Wylie, who gave the study. Mrs. George Hale was hostess and Mrs. H. C. Parluim co-hostess 0 13 members of Circle Two. Mr.i. E. J. Cure guve the study, with he devotional by Mrs. William H. Wyatt. Mrs. Gus Eberdt and Mrs. R. f. Hill entertained 21 members of Circle Three, with one new mem- )er, Mrs. p. E. Green, and three uests, Mrs. Roy I. Bagley, Mrs, H. Richardson and Mrs. D. S. Schmidt. Mrs. Charles Czeschin gave thi devotional and Mrs. H. R. Som merville, the study. Circle Pour members met with Mrs. W. R. Campbell with 13 pres ent. Mrs. Leon Burns gave the devotional, while the study was by Mrs. H. C. Bush. Mrs. Blan S. Heath entertained 11 members of Circle Five with Airs. Henry Humphreys as co-hostess. Mrs. J. A. Bryant gave the devotional and Mrs. H. N. Whitis, .lie study. Mrs. Ed Hardin gave the study when Mrs. F. E. Black was hostess to J5 members of Circle Six. Mrs. 'Russell Rinles gave the devotional. Mrs. W. M. .lontz wits hostess to eight members of Circle Seven, when Mrs. Orlie Parker gave the devotional, and Mrs. Ralph Brownlee gave the study. Miss Katherine benediction. YarbroWSCS Conducts Meeting Mrs. Milton Bunch was hostess at her home last night to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church. Mrs. Carl Burton gave the opening prayer, followed by the program, "God's Gift to Out-of-doors," directed by Mrs. Burton. Mrs. J. W. Woolums and Mrs. Nita Bunch assisted in giving the program, which was closed by the group by singing "Help Somebody Today." Following a business session, the hostess served refreshments. -amily Reunion Is Conducted Here re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c .At All Times The family of Mrs. Lee Harris gathered at the home of her son. Alvis Harris and family Sunday for a family reunion. Twenty two members of the family aUended. fncluded were Mr. mid Mrs. W. W. Harris of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Harris and sons of Nashville, Tonn., Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Harris and daughter of Jonesboro, Donald Harris and Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvis Harris and family of Blythevllln, hor sons nnd families, and Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Turnbow and fninily of Blytheville nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Koontz of Btirdelte. her daughters and families. NFMS Conducts Meeting Here Nintccn members of the Naznrcne Foreign Missionary Society met at the church for the first meeting of the new yi?ur. Grouii/sinRing; .opened the meeting, which-was conducted by Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr.. Oscar Alexander pnve the opening prayer. followed by a devotional by Mrs. Jim Quick. Mrs. Horace Halford taught a chapter from "Magic Circle of the Carribbcan," a mission book. The benediction was by the Rev. Joe Bean, pitstor. Bits of News ll'loltlij f-^cnonai Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, who was stricken ill Satur-j day morning, is a patient at the Osdeola Memorial Hospital. His condition is reported to be much improved and lie is expected to be brought home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard announce the birth of their second child, R son. at their home on North 61 Highway last night. They have a daughter, Shirley Marie ' who is eight. Officers Elected By Young Women Of Baptist Church At a meeting of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Eaptist Church last night, Miss Millie Ann Mallory was reelected president to serve for the coining year. Other officers elected at the meeting, held at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, counselor, included Miss Mary Webb, vice president and social chairman; Miss Lounell Overman, secretary and treasurer; Miss Pat Mullins, community missions chairman; Miss Maxine Hill, mission study chairman; and Miss Mickey Allen, program chairman. Miss Overman and Miss Allen cave the evening's devotional followed by prayers. The Dixie Jack?on mission program was given by Miss Mallory, Miss Allen, Miss Overman and Miss Hill. Following the closing prayer by Mrs. Westbrook, she served pecan pie and coffee. VINTAGE BEAUTY - Diane Bagshaw reigns as "Vintage Queen of 1933.'' The title was conferred on the California beauty during the California State Fair. Coming Events Tuesday Mpmbers of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Blgma Phi sorority meet at the Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. for regular card party with Mrs. Utho Barnes as hostess. Wednesday Lange PTA has general meeting ,t 3 p. m. with executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Dcltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Club Eight Is to be entertained by Mrs. R. C. Allen. Thursday Members of the Ruth Class of the Calvary Baptist Church have monthly social with Mrs. J. L. Ro!- llson at 2016 Chickasawba at 7:30 p. m. Pidelas Class of the First Baptist Church has monthly social with Mrs. C. H. Wallace, with Mrs. Earl Walker as co-hostess, at the Wallace home, 1512 West Main. Ladies Day at the Country Club beginning at 1 p. m. with luncheon followed by bridge and canasta, hostesses are Mrs. Farris McCalla, chairman, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr.. Mrs. Robert A. Porter. Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mrs. Phil Robinson, Mrs. Joe Beaslcy, Mrs. Paul Lloyd, Mrs. L. C. B. young, Mrs. Fred Jacobs and Mrs. Baxter Southern. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. La Nueve Club Is ta meet with Mrs. Ben Mao White. Vendredi Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Richard Osborne. Mrs. Johnny White is hostess to members of the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Herman Turner, entertains at the R-izorback for members of tthe TLE Club. Friday Womali's Club has 2:30 p. m. program, preceded by 2 p. m. board meeting. Stitch and Chatter Club has meeting r.t t^e home of Mrs. Ted Green =t 408 South Franklin att 7:30 p. After You Eat? fcVr 0 ^ speed relief from gas, heartburn, acid indigestion. Still Only Wf TU.V.S FOR THE TUMMY At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James White left yesterday! * Ma " SC w?iu i£snital for Oxford, Miss., to attend funeral j Dismissed: services for her sister. Mrs. Has-' **-- * " . . sell Smith, the former Miss Lola Mrs. J. B. Stabbs and baby, City Miss Martha Hart, City Mrs. J. w. Phillips and baby, Mrs. Adolph Ileinicke is to be in j City Memphis today, where she will re-j W. A. Ellis, City ceive treatment by a heart spc- Mrs - Je sse Bombalaskl, City, -iallst. Di'ck Reid was motored to Fuy- Itevilk- Sunday by his parents.! Australia's male cardinal fish Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid, where | holds the eggs of the female in is to enter university of Arknn- j his mouth until they hatch. He as for his junior year. He was a • can lake no food in the five-Week mtient in BlyUicvillc; Hospital and ! incubation period ins been ill'at his home for iivo •eeks. , Mrs. Gus Lnsley and Mr. and fns. John Riggs of Little Roc-:, and •label Comvay of St. Louis have irived here to attend funeral crvices for Aubrey Conway to be eld today. The rare roseate spoonbill'-dis- appearcd for nearly half a century, but now is returning to old nesting grounds in the U. S. gulf coast region by the hundreds. Greatest shipping disaster rent Lakes history was at Chi- |Cago. July 24, 1015, when the ex- in i ciirsion steamer Eastland overturned with a loss of 835 lives. 8017 10-20 Sue Burnett It's particularly popular this season — the good looking stole that goes with everything, everyplace. Coupled here with a needle-slim skirt. Make one version in velvet or velveteen for glamour dates. Pattern No. 8017 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 18, 20. Size 12, stole. 2V6 yards of 45 inch; skirt, 1% yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 327 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, III. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. REGULAR PRICE • Patented Oi! 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