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January 5, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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FACE POUR Bl/YTHEVIM.R fARK.t COURIER NKWB TUESDAY. JANUARY, 5, UM - Society News — P«t Mullins, Society Editor * Phone 446 Church Women Hold Training School Here An Officers Training School was conducted yesterday for the executive board of Women of the First Presbyterian Church here at the church. With Mrs. Zal B. Harrison as director. Assisting with the school, which was held during the morning, were Mrs. Roy Walton, Mrs. Ross Stevens Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty, Mrs.'C. M. Gray, Mrs. Harvey Kidd and Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. J. F. Lawson gave the challenge and prayer of dedication. At noon, luncheon was served in the church dining room. White chrysanthemums in a low sliver bowl, atop a white maderla cloth, adorned the buffet table. In the afternoon's program, Mrs. Vernor Thomasson, president, conducted the business, In which plai.s were made by the group to participate in the Well-Child Clinic Thursday. Mrs. George Yates gave the day's devotional. Mrs. Alley Is Hostess to Church Group Mrs. Carson Alley was hostess ast night at her home to members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Following the business session, Miss Josephine Shlbley gave the levotlonal. Officers' reports were followed by a program on Epiphany by Mrs. C. F. Cockle. Mrs. W. J. Fltzhugh discussed the prayer group at St. Stephen's and news briefs were given by Mrs. S. 8. Patterson. Miss Shlbley gave the benediction, after which refreshments were served. JANUARY SALES — A young homemaker checks linen supply to see if replacements are needed during January White sales. Blaylock-Woottridge Rites Held So Lovely For The Matron In a simple ceremony performed Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at calvary Baptist Church here, Miss Gladys Jane Wool- drldge became the bride of George Thomas Blaylock, Jr. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wooldrldge of Blytheville and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Blaylock, Sr., also of Blytheville. The Bev. J. H. Melton, pastor of the church, officiated at the exchange of vows. Mrs. Maxie Biggs, sister of the bride, attended as matron of honor. She chose a dress of navy blue taffeta with which she wore black and white accessories. For her marriage, the bride was dressed in a suit of pink linen worn with black and white accessories. Her bridal flowers were 'gardenias. .Maxle Biggs of Blytheville served as best man. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. Wooldridge was dressed In a brown suit with brown accessories. Mrs. Blaylock chose an afternoon dress of gray complimented with red accessories. Following a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Blaylock will be at home at Camp Polk, La., where the groom is stationed with the 37th Infantry Division. Baptist WMU Meeting Is Held 8960 34-41 Sue Burnett Softly styled afternoon frock for the more mature woman. Sleeves can be irort or wing-shaped. Add favorite Jewelry lor accent. Pattern No. 8960 Is in sizes 34, 36, S8, 40. 42, 44, 46, 48. Size M, either Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS., WED., & THURS. Double Feature Mr. Robinson Crusoe DoaflM Fairbanks Cartoon "Boo Hoc Baby" Trinity Baptist Circles Meet In Church, Home Members of the Evelyn Stafford and Jewel Abenmthy Circles of Trinity Baptist church met jointly yesterday afternoon with Mrs. R. W. Woolen presiding during the meeting. Mrs. John Buchanan gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Bill Cook wns a new member with the 11 regular members attending. Mrs. B'ichanan gave the devotional, and Mrs. Cook dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Merle Lowe was hostess to 10 members and four guests of the Business Women's Circle. Mrs. R. W. Woolen gave the prayer. Miss Katherlne Austin completed the study review of "Let's Listen." Mrs. Idell Lowe and Mrs. Ernest Walker gave Ihe devotional. Mrs. Lowe gave the closing prayer and refreshments were served. sleeve, t% yards of 38-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. Qulncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, Is a complete guide In planning a practical, sett'-slmple wardrobe. QHt pattern printed Inside the book. Sent 25 cents today. 1 Forty nine members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First .Baptist Church gathered yesterday at the church for a luncheon followed by Royal Service program und business session. Following the watchword and hymn for the year, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Kendall Berry conducted the business session, i Mrs. H. H. Brooks, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Phlli; Deer, who wns In charge of thi program, "The World At Our Doo: Step." Mrs. C. L. Evans gave the devotional. Mrs. McWaters, Mrs. Forres Moore, Mrs. John Gearing, Mrs M. C. Outlaw assisted Mrs. Dee: in giving the program. They were dismissed by Mrs E. C. Brown. Metlwdist Women Conduct Program Business Meeting Fifty five member* of the Women's Society, of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met at the church • yesterday for a program and business meeting followed by a tea. Mrs. Leon Burns gave the devotional and program leader was Mrs. H. C. Bush. Speaker was the Rev. Alvin Murray of Marked Tree. He was Introduced by the Eev. Boy I. Bagley. The Rev. Mr. Murray has recently returned from a tour of duty In Korea, wehre he w»s a chaplain, He was accompanied home by his Interpreter who is now attending Hendrix College with the help of the Rev. Mr. Murray's church. Mrs. Mavis Settlcmlre, who presided, appointed Mrs, B. A. Lynch as secretary of status of women and Mrs. J. W. Adams as secretary of supply. A tea, given by Circle Four, followed the meeting. Mrs. C. W. Alford, who was In charge of the event, used yellow gladioli as the centerpiece. C.ike and coffee were served by Mrs. Settlemire and Mrs. H. C. Bush.. Mrs. U. S, Branson, Mrs. Walker Baker, and Mrs. W. S. Johnson formed the tea committee. Bits of News WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Members of Woman s Society o: Christian Service-ol Yarbro Meth odlst Church niet'• last night at th« home of Mrs; Bailey Tarpley for a continuation of their mission study, "The Prophet Jeremiah." Following group slnglijg of "Near the Cross," Mrs. W. D Hammond gave the devotional. Mrs. Carl Burton offered prayer preceding the book review by Mrs Charles Krutz. Mrs. Monroe Besharse conducted the business session, In which a membership drive was discussed. Each member Is scheduled to bring a gift for Korean relief to the Jan. 18 meeting. The "Worth More" car declares a DIVIDEND „ for See it Wednesday \ » F.D.A.P. V / Phillips Motor Co. Broadway & Chickatawba Phone 4453 Mrs. Dortch Campbell was met n Memphis by her son-in-law, I. B. Coleman, as she arrived from Jlarksdale, Miss., Saturday, to ipend several days visit here wi. 1 her daughter, Mrs. Coleman, and " mlly. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole leave oday to be in Memphis for the icxt three days. While there, they are to be houseguest sof Mr. and Mrs. William Rhea Blake, and vill attend the Maid of Cotton 'ontcst tonight and Wednesda ight. Mr. Blake is executive vice iresldcnt of the National Cotto Council. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson r., and children, Mary Tarve ind Stevie, have Just returnei rom several weeks in Buston ja., where they were guests o ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H Carver, and family. Among girls returning to 01' Mss Sunday were Misses Jeanne Campbell. Doris Bean, Heard Wy and Delores Parker. The, pent two weeks here with their Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Busseli Campbell, Mrs. Pred Bean anc amlly, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wyli nd Mr. and Mrs. Max Parker o Keiser. Allen Bush returned yesterday o Knoxvllle, Tenn., where he at ends University of Tennessee. Dr. J. F. Brownson has urned from New Orleans where e spent several days on business Returning to Stephen's College, olumbia, Mo., were Miss Ema el Swearengen, Miss Bobbye eon Byrd, Miss Bobbye June •Clllian and Miss Merry Nolle ane. Miss Shirley King, who was the ollday guest of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Fletcher King, has re- urned to the University of Arkan- is where she Is a senior. Mrs. Bessie . Justus returned from Jacksonville, Fla., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Jack Flser, Mr. Fiser and family during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Payne returned to their home ' in Niies, Mich., yesterday after spending the New Year 'holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Payne and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nash, and families. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines left today to spend a week In Hot Springs, after which they plan to spend two months vacationing in Lakeland, Fla. Joe Payne has returned to his home after a 10-dny visit with his brother. Jimmy Pnyne, and Mrs. Payne of Niles, Mich., and with friends in Massachusetts. Misses Laura Alice Hemby and Jo Alice McGuIre have returned to the University of Arkansas, where they are freshmen, after visiting their parents for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook and daughter, Mabel, have returned to their home after spending several days In Amarillo, Tex. Larry Lutz and Ira Neeley Koonce are among students returning to the University of Arkansas after spending the holidays here. Mrs. Dewey Wilson and daughter, Miss Virginia Wilson, returned home Sunday from Lake Charles, La., where they visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Donald Garrison, and Sgt. Garrison. Prior to their visit, they accompanied -Sgt. and Mrs. Garrison, who spent the Christmas holidays here, to Anderson, S. C., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Garrison. Miss Jean Phillips, who spent the Christmas holidays with her grandmother, Mrs. L. T, Moore, Sr., and family, has returned to Jonesboro, where she attends Ar- kansa State College. J SHOW-OFF TREND — These Walnut chests by Ponti are a good example of the contemporary furniture trend toward showing off a natr ural beauty of line woods. Highlighting the in- teresting grain, the drawer pulls form an Integral part of the design and are carefully selected to match the grain. Airman 3/c and Mrs. Larry Hearn announce the birth of their first child Sunday at whiting Air Force Base Hospital, Milton, Fla. The baby has been named Susan La Vonne. Mrs. Hearn is the former Miss Wayne LIston. Her mother, Mrs. H. P. Liston of Blytheville; has gone to be with her. She was taken to Memphis by Mr. Liston and her sister, Mrs. Fred Porter, yesterday. Coming Events Wednesday Garden Department of Woman's Jlub meets at 2:30 p.m. at the :!ub. Col. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of American Colonists i meet with Mrs. Hays Sullivan at 10 a.m., followed by 12 o'clock potluck luncheon. Mrs. Baker Wilson is hostess to the Wednesday Club at the Country Club. Thursday Mrs. J. M. Williams ,Jr,, Is hostess to Kibitzer Club. Mrs. A. Conway Is hostess for 1 p.m. luncheon for the Mid-eWek Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble for mas- terppint game and end of six- weeks series. Friday Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Allen Bushing at 512 North Eleventh Street at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Whlttaker Is hostess to members oi the Thursday Contract Club. Use of wobbly chair on table for It's much safer to purchase an In- climbing is a dangerous practice I pensive step ladder or stool. Steely Hem/bone STAMFOBD, Conn., (K*) — Physicians treating 53-year-old Lacy Baker for a stab wound In the head were puzzled when they found a one-inch piece of knife blade imbedded In his skull. The blade on the Jack-knife used by Baker's assailant was intact. Baker recalled that he had been the victim of a previous knife assault—in a fracas in Philadelphia 19 years before. The piece of steel never had bothered him, and he didn't know he'd been carrying it around. . ' IN NEW OFFICE I wish to take thli means to announce that I have moved my law offices to 211 North Broadway (Langston-McWaters Office Bulldlnt). Energetic Gal MTSFASJ ' .JDsap IRIN Children don't "fight" It— . they like pure I ASPIR , orange flavor. I F0 f» emi.lft.aJ Easy to give. t£JS > ii«i»«««« >i<l Mil's largest Seffing Aspirin Fa Chitai ftiru/f CAECI MADE JUST FOR NfVfl SAffl TOUR CHILO IT. MIIFH Mil IMN in IHILDRII TULSON, AKIZ. W) — University of Arizona professors don't need to encourage a pretty 20-year- old senior, Raclare Cordis, to study. B3sides keeping up with the campus dances and other activities, Raclare takes 25 classroom hours of courses a week — about seven more than the average. She is in the engineering college. She says she studies Arabic at home — "for relaxation." i * FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEBTH, an improved powder to Kuuej-. jjaaty taste or feeling. FAS- TEETH 13 nlknllne (non-acid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter.. A silver-iridescent gift package containing colognes of two famous fragrance»-"White Sboulderi" and "Most Precious" and" a crushable vial of "Most Precious" perfume. AT ON MAIN SHOW?r ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN LiHen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kitz Si Row Program Announcements TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY A ;•::• tornado of adventure front WARNER fEX BARKER-PHYLLIS KIRK sm MM PLUS SELECTED SHORTS The BIGGEST selling job in town Here in the classified section of your newspaper .. . you meet personally those people who are really in the market for what you have to offer. They read your message because thew want to hire or be hired, to buy, sell, to rent , or to do you a service. Within minutes after your paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADS! Ads placed before 5 p.m. will appear next day, except for Monday's paper when ads must be placed by noon Saturday. All classified, advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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