The Maryville Daily Forum from Maryville, Missouri on October 19, 1966 · Page 3
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Society Editor—Phon# 582-3166 Mrs. C. R. Donn Teils Daughter's Betrothal NORMAN MEDSKERS HOST TO FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Norman Medsker and son, Doug, Guilford, were hosts Sunday to the Pier* point family dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Don Pierpoint and daughters, Robin and Stacy, Iowa City, la. Mr. and Mrs. Weber McMillen, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pierpoint, Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Pierpoint and children, Ann. Greg and Larry Simmons, Maryville. Beauty At Home Merlin Carstensons Tell Daughter's Betrothal Mrs. C. R. Donn, Colby, Kas, announces the engagement of her daughter, Shirley Justice, to Gary Weir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Weir, Maryville. The bride-elect is a 1961 graduate of the Colby Community High School and is employed as a dental assistant for Dr. Homer E. Foutz, Colby. The groom-elect is a 1960 graduate of the Horace Mann High School, and is presently employed by the Maryville Feeders Supply, Inc., Maryville. No wedding date has been set. PRESLEY CALDWELLS VISIT AREA RELATIVES Mr. and Mrs. Presley Caldwell, Chillicothe, 0., and Mr. and Mrs. Prior Timmons, Clarksburg, O., have been visiting their cousins, Mrs. Ned Garrett, Maryville, and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Caldwell, Elmo. The Timmons* have just returned from Europe on a tour with their son, John Timmons, who is serving with the Peace Coprs in Africa. They showed P ictures of their tour of Italy, ranee and Germany and took a tape recording of the highlights of their visit with their Missouri cousins. By lynn Carter Q. I am very unhappy about the excessive dark hair on my legs and under my arms, which grows back so quickly after shaving. Would you recommend that I have this superfluous hair permanently removed, if so, how? A. If it will do something for your piece of mind, yes. Diathermy and electrolysis are two effective means of getting rid of unwanted hair more or less permanently, but they can be costly and they MUST be done by a qualified professional operator. Q. Should I use warm water or cold water when applying my eyelash makeup? A. Hot water. The warmth of the water makes for greater smoothness in the application of the makeup, and durability, too. Q. What have you to say on the technique of Upsticklng? A. Strive for smooth outlines, straightening and blending with one firm stroke of the forefinger wrapped in clensing tissue. You may stay a little inside the outline of the mouth you think is too full or you may go just slightly beyond the outline of thin lips, though not too much. Above all, don’t try to change the shape too much. It will always show, and will only look unnatural. —Heywood’s Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Carsten son announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Rick Phillips, son of Mr and Mrs. Rex Phillips, all of Maryville. The bride-elect is a senior at Northwest State College where she is affiliated with the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. The groom-elect is presently in the Air Force where he is stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base He has attended Northwest State College where he was af filiated with the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. The couple plan a June wed ding. CORROUGIIS HOST TO SUNDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Ret Corrough, Maryville, were hosts Sunday to Mrs. Ernest Chase, Mrs. George W. Reed, Miss Lena Williams and Nathan Williams, St. Joseph. Read Daily Forum Want Ads NEW SCHOOL SWING PRINTED PATTERN FORREST GILLAMS HOST NEW JERSEY GUESTS Dr. and Mrs. E. H. “Ned” Colbert, Leania, N. J., arrived Tuesday morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gillam, Maryville, and other friends in the area. Dr. Colbert is curator at the American Museum of natural history in New York City, N. Y., and is professor of Columbia University, New York City, N. Y. BtftR OAK GROUT MEETS AT CHURCH The Ladies Aid of the Bun- Oak Methodist Church, Skidmore, met Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Andy Chesnut, hostess. Quilting and preparation of rug materials were done. Roll call was answered with “How Long I Have Belonged to the Burr Oak Aid.” Mrs. Ida Appleman had the longest record of membership, having become a member In 1912, when the Aid was organized. The mystery package was won bv Mrs. John Godsey. Other prizes were won by Mrs. ■Vppleman, Miss Lela Long and Mrs. James Osbum. Others attending were Mrs. Ray Forsyth. Mrs. Dale Partridge. Mrs. Carl Ward, Mrs. Laura Barrett, Mrs. Leona Varvel. Mrs. Floyd Barrett, and Miss Hazel Long. The next meeting will be Thursday at the church with Mrs. Robert Jackson and Mrs. Mary Palmer, hostesses. Roll call will He “A Way to Make Money For the Aid. MRS. BEULAH LANCE VISITS CHILDREN Mrs. Beulah Lance, Arkoe, who has been visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lance, jr., and family, Bloomer, Wis., returned to her home last week. She left Sunday by plane from Kansas City to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Smith, and family, Manteca, Cal. RM CIRCLE MET FRIDAY AT CHURCH The RM Circle of the First Presbyterian Church, Mary ville. met Friday afternoon in the educational building with 20 members present. The meeting opened with the croup singing and a prayer by Mrs. C. L. McReynolds. Mrs. Ralph Hotchkin. program leader, conducted the les son study and read excerpts from “The Shoes of the Fisherman,” by Morris L. West. Miss Lucy Allen. New York City, who is associated with Club Notes C.AYNOR CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. STEINHÄUSER Mrs. Anthony Steinhäuser, Parnell, was hostess the afternoon of Oct. 12, to the Gaynor Ridge Club. Contests were held with each one present receiving a gift. Mrs. Earl New guessed the mystery package and Mrs. Lane Ulmer received the hostess gift. Mrs. Steinhäuser served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Others present were Mrs. Tom Steinhäuser and daughters, Mrs. Bessie Garrard, Mrs. Victor Wray and Mrs. Dell Morton. Mrs. Wray will entertain the club Nov. 9 and roll call will be a “Thanksgiving Poem.” OSS cun OPENS MEET WITH ROLL CALL The GSS Club, Pickering, me* Friday with Mrs. Floyd Allen. The meeting was opened with the five members present answering roll call with “An In .cresting Magazine Article I Have Recently Read.” Mrs. Myrtle Jones and Mrs. Cy Peters were prize winners when the group played 42. Mrs. Ben Prather received an anniversary card and Mrs. Mabel Ellis received a birthday gift from their sunshine pals. Mrs. Loren Reed was the lucky plate winner. The next meeting. Nov. 9, will he wdth Mrs. Mabel Ellis and roll call is to be “Miscellaneous. MRS. BNDDDFKLEY HOSTS MAPLE LAWN CLIB The Maple Lawn Club. Gear mont, met the afternoon of Oct. 12 with Mrs. Earl Snod- derley. The meeting was opened wdth the group singing, “What A Friend.” The scripture was read by the hostess and the Ixird’s prayer was repeated in Maryville Daily Forum Q Wed., Oct. 19, 1966 V LLL CLUB HOLDS MORNING MEET The LLL Club. Quitman, met Friday morning with Mrs. Jack Maupin. Mrs. Euel Ramsey, Maryville. a charter member was present. Roll call was answered by “A Neighbor*» Good Deed.” Mrs. Joe Mitchell and Mrs. Cecil Pierson was in charge of the program on “Foods.” Mrs. Maurice Lawson was In charge of the games. Prize I ^ winners were Mrs Ray For-, unison. Roll call was answered syth and Mrs. Bruce Thomp- Wjth “If I Had An Extra Hour son. in the Day. W’hat Would I Do.’ The forfeit box was paid to There were 14 members, four by members who had not; children and one guest, Mrs watched color TV’ that day. j Don Macrander, present. Sun- Thank-you notes were read1 shine pal gifts were received from Marcia Mitchell ami Mrs. bv Mrs Jeff Barnett, Mrs WELCOME WAGON CLUB MEETS THURSDAY The Welcome Wagon Club, Maryville, will meet at 1 p. m. Thursday at the Dream Kitchen for its regular monthly meeting. MRS. RUSSELL FETED AT CLUB SUPPER Mrs. Margueriete Russell, Graham, who was recently appointed district deputy grand matron of the seventh district, Order of the Eastern Star, was honored by thd members of the 1964 Past Matrons and Patrons Club with a 6:30 p. m. basket supper at the home of Mrs. Robert Fray, Maryville, Sun­ day evening. Mrs. James Sheridan. Quitman, presented Mrs. Russell a gift from the club. At a brief business meeting it was voted that all members pay dues of 50 cents per year, and that the trailers do not pay dues. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pretty man, Bolckow; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swaney, Bedford, la.; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gillihan, Skidmore; Mrs. Earl Davis, Graham; and Robert Fray, Maryville. CUMMINS Headquarters for Window Shad>'^, Venetian Blinds CUMMINS FURNITURE Vi Mile South on 71 TIVOLI VOGUE EXCLUSIVES Helen Hooper • 122 W. 3rd O Sarah Miller the Place to Go for Exclusive Style, Quality and Reasonable Price. HERE NOW FOR YOUR SELECTION! ALL-WEATHER COATS and CASUAL COATS By La Sport Full length and car-coat styles in beautiful fabrics, lovely fall colors. Some reversible, some with umbrella. You'll love our selection—See for yourself. G/UB OT MRS. LAWSON HOSTESS TO RAVENWOOD CLUB Mrs. Cecil Lawson. Maryville. was hostess Monday evening when the Ravenwood Literary Progressive Oub met at her home. Mrs. Melvin Wright opened the meeting by reading an “October Poem.” Mrs. Elmer Hanna gave the devotions which were verses from the Bible and two poems. Mrs. Lawson reported on the district meeting at Hamilton, Oct. 8. which she attended. Mrs. Howard Crater and other members reported on a recent meeting when club members were guests of the Stanberry Club. A committee was appointed to decide on a Christmas project for the club. Mrs. Lawson, program leader. presented Vilas Young, University of Missouri Extension director, who gave a talk and showed slides on a trip he had t 'ken sponsored by the Dow Chemical Co. During the social hour re- Richard Worl. Others present were Mrs. Donald Cordell, Mrs. Lawrence Gosc, Mrs. Burdette Pierpoint, Mrs. C. E. McDonald, Mrs. Duane McColiam, Mrs. Gilbert McColiam Mrs. Herman Thompson. The next meeting will be Oct. 27 with Mrs. Donald Cordell as hostess, and it will be held in the basement of the Methodist Church. Roll call will he “Something I Started and Didn’t Finish.” Lyle Fuller, Mrs. Ernest Williams, Mrs. Charles Davison. Mrs. Joy Teuscher and Mrs Grace Hartstack. Games were furnished by Mrs. Fuller The Nov. 9 meeting will be and i held with Mrs. Williams I when officers will be elected. THEODORE UOUKAYNES FETED SATURDAY NIGHT The officers and ladies and members of the Elks held a surprise anniversary party Saturday evening at Jjie Elks Lodge, Maryville, in honor of Exalted Ruler and Mrs. Theodore Cockayne, on their 15th wedding anniversary which occurred Friday. The group presented the cou- “The Pocket Testament League,” gave a talk on her work. Mrs. McReynolds, chairman, conducted the business meeting and made announcement concerning the sewing .supplies and articles to be taken to the Council of Church Women’s ; freshmonts were served to Mrs. meeting Nov. 14 at St. Greg- Florence Houts, Mrs. Trula Da- orv’s Church. | vjd, Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Young, Following the business meet- Lerov Elam and Cecil Lawson, ing refreshments were served guests, and Mrs. Delbert An- from a table centered with an Herson, Mrs. Leroy Elam. Mrs. arrangement of fall flowers.! Ben Joyner. Mrs. Byron Miller, Hostesses were Mrs. Forrest Mrs. Roscoe Newberry, Mrs. Eckert. Mrs. L. O. Gault. Miss Blanche Lewis, Mrs. Elmer Helen Todd and Mrs. Harold Hanna and Mrs. Charles Gash, Hull. I Ravenwood, and Mrs. J. W. TRI M CLITI TO MEET THURSDAY AFTERNOON The Tri-M Gub, Maryville, will meet at 2 p. m. Thursday with Mrs. Vem Bauer. Roil call will be “A Christmas Gift I pie with a decorated cake and Or Decoration Idea, and Show Mrs. Cockayne with an orchid If Possible.” | corsage and Cockayne with a Mrs. Kloren Porter and Mrs. boutonniere. Bauer will be in charge of the ------------------------program. Kirkbride and Mrs. James Mann, Maryville, members. (Additional Society on Page 4. Read Daily Forum Want Ads A pretty play of pleats swings this Empire skimmer right into the fashion picture. Sew it in plaid, checks, solid color — it’s surprisingly, delightfully easy! Printed Pattern 9285: Children’s Sizes 2, 4, 6. 8. 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