The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1954 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 6, 1954
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY «, 1954 P'.YTHRVIM.R 'ARK.) COURIF.R NEWS PAGE HTi — Society News - Dot Mnllinit Knfiet.v Editor • PhiiliB Jdfil Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Baptists Plan Associational Conference to Be in Osceola An associational worker's conference of Baptist Woman's Mis- tionary Unions, is to be held Friday at the First Baptist Church in Osceola beginning at 10 a. m. Theme for the all-day program is to be "He Has Chosen Us." The Rev. E. ..O. Brown is to be guest speaker at the event. Opening exercises will be di; reeled by Mrs. H. H. Brooks, the 1 Rev. Harold White and Mrs. John Bsarden, with the missionary story by Mrs. Percy Herring. In another part of the morning's program, speakers and their subjects will be Mrs. Ralph Dotglas of Helena, "Community Missions," assisted by Mrs. Harold White; Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, "Stewardship;" Mrs. R. H. Jones, "Mission Study," and Mrs. Darrell Lunsford. "Young People." The Rev. Mr. Brown will speak immediately preceding a luncheon. During the afternoon, a business session and an executive board meeting will be conducled. Circle Meeting Held in Homes Members of the Woman's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met in circles at the homes of members Monday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Fondren was hostess to the Edith Montroy Circle with t:-3 opening prayer offered by Mrs. Ctea Peeples. Mrs. Preston Thorn pi-e&ided over the business session which preceded the Bible study by Mrs. Bill Hardin. Mrs. Fondren dismissed the group with a Country Club Bridge League Has Meeting To begin the new year, the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League members gathered last night to conduct a six-table Howell movement. , , Taking first place were Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune with "5a',i points. Second place went to Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Lynn Erown, with 45 points, and third u-^nt to Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. Frank Grigsby with MV4 points. Mrs. C. C. Councilie and Mrs. Arnold Miller won fourth place with 44 points and Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., won fifth place with 42 'A points. Methodist Meet Here "The Church at Work In Southeast Asia," was the program topic last night when members of the Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church gathered at the home of Mrs. W. W. Peek for a program and business meeting. Fourteen members, one guest, Miss Celestia Swank, and two new members, Mrs. Ira Gray and Mrs. Dellal Lancaster, attended. Miss Mary Hubler, who served as program • leader, was assisted by Mrs. Rex Warren, who gave the devotional. Mrs. Peek presided over the bus- I r* C 4. J f iness session, and served coffee and ["Of jtUOy OTOUD cake in the following social hour. ' ~ Mrs. prayer. Mrs. W. F. O'Neal was hostess to the Edith Rose Weller Circle. Fol-lowing prayer by Mrs. Bill Campbell. Mrs. Rowland Davis presided in the business session. Mrs. O'Neal gave the Bible study after which the group was dismissed by Mrs. Jack Vowel). Members of the Z. T. Rankin Circle met with Mrs. P. F. Miller. Mrs. Mable Lunsford gave the opening prayer and conducted the business session. Closing prayer was by Mrs. j. H. Melton, following a program by Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. Grace Cockran was hostess to the Irene Brannum Circle when opening prayer was by Mrs. Tom Smalley and Mrs. Vernon Gean gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Carra Pruitt was hostess to members of the Dorothy Hicks circle when Mrs. Dora Lee Ford gave the program and Mrs. W. C. West conducted the business. Mrs. O. Garner gave the benediction. Gosnell Church Group Meets Twelve members of the Woman's Missionary Union of Gosnell'Bap- tist Church met last night with four new members, Mrs| Vina Wright, Mrs .Bill Wright, Mrs. Charles Stromyer, and Mrs. Frances Barren, and a guest, Miss Lula Bates, attending. Mrs. Roy McKay presented the watchword with prayer by Mrs. W. E. Lott and devotional by Mrs. R. L. Maxwell. Mrs. Ira Jones, was director o; the program, which was preceded by prayer by Robert Williams Parts were given by Mrs. Lott Mrs. C, A. Moody, Mrs. Clarence Gean, Mrs .Jack Moody, Mrs. L. T Carnes, Mrsl Roy McKay, Mrs. f E. Lucius and Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. Clarence Gean dismissed the group with prayer, Program Given By WSCS Group Mrs. P. B. Jarrett began the program, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God," with prayer Monday afternoon at the regular Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting at Lake Street Methodist Church. Mrs. Don Lutz and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers were hostesses at the church. Mrs. Billy King was program and worship leader. Scripture and meditation was given by Mrs. King, after which the Lord's Prayer was repeated by the society in unison. Assisting Mrs. King were Mrs. Lutz, Mrs .V. E. Gregory, Mrs. Joe Thomas and Mrs. Joe Strickling. Mrs. King dismissed with prayer and refreshments were served. Mrs. Minnie Vance was presented a gift from the group. Dell WSCS Meeting Held Hostess for a monthly program meeting of Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Dell Methodist Church Monday afternoon were Mrs, R, A. Greenwny and Mrs. E. H. Hall. Twenty one members and a guest, Mrs. R. A. Walls, attended, Mrs. Curtis Duncan was program lender, and was assisted by Mr». Hall. Mrs. Noble Gill and Mrs. Louise Patterson. A business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt. Plans were made for a family dinner and the quarterly conference following church services next Sunday. HD Club Has MeetatGosnell Members of the Gosnell Home Demonstration Club gathered Monday afternoon with 12 members and Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, agent, attending. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell was hostess at her home. Mrs. Roy McKay, vice president, conducted the meeting. Singing wa; led by Mrs. C. A. Moody, .after which the devotional was given by Mrs. Maxwell. Mrs. Lee Hill led a discussion on gardening and poultry. Mrs. L. T. Carnes gave the eye- opener, and the projects of the year, landscaping and beautifying the school and church grounds. Mrs. J. C. Eubanks, Mrs. Maxwell, and Mrs. Moody were named as the committee. Mrs. Holiman gave a demonstration, after which names for "secret sisters" were drawn. Following prayer by Mrs. Carnes, refreshments were served. Tri-Town Club Entertained Entertaining yesterday was Mrs. Dale Briggs, who wns hostess to members of the Tri-Town Club for their first meeting of the new year. White chrysanthemums in a silver bowl, white pionsettia plants, i and potted pink hysanths, which were given as bridge prizes, decorated the game rooms. Mrs. E. A. Teaford won first place in bridge games, which provided the afternoon's entertainment. Second place Was won by Mrs. Russell H. Farr. Dc.<\S3rt was served preceding the games. Program Given Wonderful Sew- Simple Rupert Crafton and Mrs John Durham were co-hostesses to members of the Study Group of Christian Women's Fellowship ol the First Christian Church for the program "No East or West," which was directed by Mrs. Bill Rader, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, who presided over the business session, introduced Mrs. Rader. Assisting the leader were Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. Eric Whltley and Mrs. James Terry. Following the offering and song, Mrs. John McHaney, worship lead er, conducted a worship program, which she concluded with prayer, i The group repeated the missionary benediction, and were served refreshments. Attending were seven members of Faith Group, seven members of Hope Group, one member of Love Group and the president. 8034 14-44 Sue Burnett Comfortable to wear, easy . to sew and so versatile. A neat yoked dress to make several ways, each fresh and attractive. Pattern No. 8034 is in sizes H, 18, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 16, 3% yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. - 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 8, 111. B«sic FASHION for 'S3, Fall »nd Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-slmple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed Inside, the book. Sent ii cents today. You can avoid chipped glassware and dishes by lining shelves with inexpensive bottling paper purchased at most any dim*' store or stationery stores. Blotting paper gives gives thelvea a brlfht and colorful appearance and Joins together taifly vttb ttUophiM tape. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Thelmon Montgomery, Wilson. Paul Jones, Steele. Albert Lustre, city. Mrs. Myrtle Brown, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. P. Turner, Hornersville. Mrs. O. C. Moore, city. Gary Gestring, city. Weighty Collection TREOO, Mont., (£•) _ Walt C. Ritterhas a collection of mastodon bones. Included is a set of tusks, found in frozen Alaska tundra In 1899, which weih 300 pounds each and are 10',-S feet long. There are 13 smaller tusks, and a tooth which weighs 14 pounds. A leg and the backbone when connected stand 19 feet. The bones now »re beginning to deteriorate but Hitter says the ivory tusks apparently are Impervious to time. Armorel Baptists Conduct Meeting Members of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church met with Mrs. W. F. McCann for a business program meeting Monday. Mrs. McCann gave the opening prayer followed by reports. Martha Dyer gave the devotional and led the program. She was assisted by Shirley Richardson, Doris Tart, Oberta Webb, Betty Webb and Ruth Ashmore. Oberta Webb offered the benediction, dismissing the 12 attending. A social hour was held following. DYE5S NEWS Mrs. J. E. JACOBS The Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Croucl are leaving for Phoenix, Ariz., tc make their home. Mickey McArthur of Hughes Ark., spent the week end here will his family. Mrs. Mary Ida Humble of Mem phis is here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. J. t>. Jacobs, Mr and Mrs. W. L. Jacobs and son o: Dyess. Mrs. Myrtle Lancaster and children, Janette, Dean and Lyde Fletcher, of Camden, Ark., and Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Fletcher of Stuttgart, Ark., attended funeral services for Gary Guy Hinson of Henderson, Tenn., Saturday. Mrs, Myrtle Lancaster and children left Sunday for Camden after a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. Miss Melva Jane Gladden of Morrilton, spent Christmas holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Estes and children were supper guests of Mr. Estes' sister, Mrs. R. C. Denson, and Mr. Denson at West Memphis. Miss Claudia Clayton and John Baugh of Morrilton were guests over the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harris and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Fletcher of Stuttgart spent Saturday, night nere with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. L. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Ford and sons of Wilson spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and VIrs. Warner Hargraves. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilkes and children of Memphis spent Friday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lewis are mbv ing this week to make their home in California. Rub In a little glycerine and then ollow with » soap-and-water wash to get mustard stains out of fabrics. Lamp shades should not measure more than three times the base of the lamp in diameter. When going on a motor trip it's a good Idea to keep a package of baking soda In your car to alleviate Insect bites and sunburn. IN NEW OFFICE I wlih to take Ihlt meant to announce that I hare moved my law officll to 211 North Broadway (Lantston-MeWateri Office Bulldlnc). Joh W. Ca Tax Attorney ~1 Bits of News y f^erionaf Mrs. J. F. Lent! was admitted yesterday to Walls Hospital. She recently spent several weeks in a Memphis Hospital. J. A. Bryant left today for St. Louis, where he will be attending a meeting there this week. Will Whitner, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Whitner has returned to Oklahoma A. & M. at Stillwater, after spending the Christmas holidays here. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise have returned from Nashville Tenn., where they spent several weeks visiting relatives. While there Dr. Vise attended a conference of southern Rabbis. Lt. and Mrs. R. C. Allen, who visited here during the holidays have returned to their home In Virginia, where Lt. Allen is stationed at Quantico. John Wllks has resumed his studies at Ole Miss, after visiting his mother Mrs. Grace Wilks during the holidays. Bill Wunderlich and Joe Walls who spent their two week's vacation here with their parents, have returned to Vanderbilt University. Mr. and Mrs. Max Owens announce the birth of their first child yesterday at Walk Hospital. Nancy Carol is the name chosen for their daughter. Mrs. Owens is the former Miss Ginger Smith. Rebekab's Install Officers Mrs. O S.. Rollison was installed as Noble Grand of' the Blytheville Rebeknh Lodge No. 18, In formal ceremonies Monday night at the IOOP Hall. Other officers included Miss Ellen Moore, vice grand; Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, recording secretary; Mrs. Leland Hodge, financial secretary;and Mrs. Claude Alexander, treasurer. An old fashioned rose garden was depicted In the hall especially lor the ceremony. Each new officer was presented a corsage of the flower of her station. Refreshments were served during a social hour following the installation. Octave Club Conducts Game Mrs. Russell Rlales entertained members of the Octave Samba Club last night at her home on .Country Club Drive. Winners of the card games were Mrs. Harry Bogan, high score, and Mrs. Al Halliman, low score. Salad plates were served during the evening. . Later the members drew names for "secret sisters." Garden Club Has Meeting Mrs. George Barham and Mrs. Charley Graves, judges, were guests yesterday afternoon with members of the East Side Garden Club when they met at the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg, president. Mrs. Leonard Smith led a discussion on arrangements, followed by a report by Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. Henry Young offered prayer. The group decorated plant boxes to be given to shut-ins as a gardening project. Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mrs. Taft Metzger and Mrs. B. C. Elliott were new members. In the arrangements contests, Mrs. Bugg, Mrs. Priest and Mrs. Smith won first, second and third places, respectively, for natural bouquets, and In color comblna- I tions, Mrs. Lee Stiles won first, Mrs. Bugg second and Mrs. Abbott third. Marriage Licenses The following couple has applied for a marriage license from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth j Blythe Parker: J. A. McCormick of Portageville, Mo., and Inez White of Blythevllle. When you wield your broom, don't sweep the dust literally "up" Instei use short, floor-paralleling strokes ending each one on the floor. Windows screens should be cleaned with brush or vacuum cleaner, as part of regular weekly cleaning to catch the dust held In the mesh. LITTLE LIZ— Ir's easy for people to be stupid today because there's so much to be Ignorant about. CHMI Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times WED., & THURS. Double Feature H.—:«.wi KB*--; a —AND— Mr. Robinson Crusoe Douglas Fairbanks Cartoon "Boo Hoo Baby" Doctors Often Prescribe This One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEUMATISM FflSt-a>tinR C-2223 contains sodium s«l- icylate to speed welcome comfort. Thousands use it when rheumatic, arthritic or muscle pain "acts up"l Price of first bottle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223. Mrs. O. S. Rollison Mrs. Smart Is Hostess to Club Mrs. C. 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