The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 19, 1954
Page 2
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BLYTHEVn.Ll"! (ARK.) COURIER NETTS TUESDAY, JAmTAHY W, ItN - Society News n_* M,,!i; M 0 Qnnin^v Rrtifrir- • F Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Helm Norman Engaged to Eugene Koonce Announcement is mace today of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Helen Etta Norman to Beginold Eugene Koonce, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Koonce of Blytheville, by the mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Allen Bushing. Miss Norman is a member of of the senior class of Blytheville Hish School, where she holds membership in the Newcomers Club. A graduate ot Blytheville High School, the bridegroom-elect attended the University of Arkansas before entering the Army. He is now stationed at Camp Chaffee. The couple plans «n early spring wedding. Fish-Fry Given By Brotherhood GOSNELL — seventy members and guests of Gosnell Brotherhood of the Baptist Church there, met at the church Friday night for a fish-fry. The devotional was given by John D'. Gearing and speaker was B. A. M. Huston. Serving on the food committee were C. L. Lucius. Jack Moody, Berl Gunner, Andy Bevill. Floyd White. W. E. Lott and the Rev Gene Schultz. ENGAGED — . Miss Helen Etta Norman is engaged to Keginold Eugene Koonce, it is announced today by her mother, Mrs. Allen Rushing. Mr. Koonce, who now serving with the Army, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Koonce of Blytheville. They are planning an early spring wedding. Wonderfully Versatile New Woman's Group Organized By St. Stephen's Auxiliary Members of the Afternoon and Evenlnng Units of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met yesterday. The afternoon group, who convened for their first program yesterday, were represented by 12 members at the home of Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs, O. O. Hardavmy gave the devotional "Christ Calls to Mission and Unity Through the Renewal of the Church," which is the month's theme. The Rev. W. J, Fltzhugh .spoke on the growth of St. Stephen's Church and its needs for the future. During the business session. which was conducted by Mrs Cure, president, projects for thi year were discussed. Members of the evening circle met with Mrs. Fred S. Saliba a. hostess at Hotel Noble. Mrs. E R. Mason presided at the busl ness session. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway gave thi devotional, and Mrs. LeRoy Hud- dlestln conducted the program "Renewal of the Church." News briefs were read by Mrs. S. S Patterson. Mrs. Hardaway g the benediction. In the social hours which followed meetings, refreshments were served by the hostess. Calvary Baptist WMU Meets In Home Member's of Woman's Missionary ^ Union of Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday at the homer- of members In five circles. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford was hostess to six members and a new member of the Z. T. Rankin Circle at her home. The op- cnL.g prnycr was given by Mrs. Emma Cobb and Mrs. A. D. Priest gave the Bible study and benediction. Nine members and two guests, Mrs. E. F. Cochran, Mrs. Pleas Phllbrook of the Irene Brnnnen Circle met at the home of Mrs. Vernon Genii. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove gnvo the opening prayer with Mrs. Herman May serving as program director. Assisting ware Mrs. Tom Stnnllcy, Mrs. Genn, Mrs, Cochran, Mrs, Raymond Boinar, Mrs. J. H. Melton gave the devotional. Mrs. Ona Peoples was hostess to nine members of the Ed- ith Montroy Circle with Mrs. T. C. Hopper serving as program director. Mrs. J. H. Fondren, Mrs. Peoples nnd Mrs. Alf Jonn? assisted with the program. Mrs. Lessle Rnmbo gave the closing prayer. , Edith Rose Wellcr Circle members met with Mrs, J. W. Rnm- bo for n program directed by Mrs, Larry By rum. Mrs. W. F. O'Nell gave the opening prayer. On the program were Mrs. J. D. Adklns and Mrs. Buddy Baughman, Mrs. By rum gave the devotional and Mrs. Eva Gean closed the meeting with prayer. Six members of the Dorothy Hicks Circle met with Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., and Mrs. L. B Jones In charge of the Bible stw'v and offering; the openlnt prayer. Mrs. Neal Guerlan gave the benediction. Following each program, freshments were served. 8928 10-30 Sue Burnett Here's s smart new version of your favorite classic thnt is youthful and as versatile as can be. Accent with buttons. Pattern No. 8928 Is in sizes 10, 12. H. 18, 18, 20. Size 12, 3V, 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 6. HI. Send 25 cents now lor your copy of Basic FASHION, Spring '54, our complete pattern magazine. A complete guide in planning a well rounded wardrobe for spring- through-summer. Whether you're to be gone for day. a week end, or a long vacation, hike no chances on forgetting to perform t h o s n "closlng-up" chores so vital to the safety of your home. Prepare a list of "must do'.s" nhoacl of time, and check off water, gns, annd appliance shut-downs as you LITTLE LIZ— go. When the checkoff Is com plete, your house is secured, an you'll have a worry-free, mind. Does that tell-tale look on your face say change of life A irreftt " wume Buffer •eh> ly, are Intrd to live mul luce gel thnt A child has reached the awkward age when He begins to ask Questions that have answers. FREE Photographs Now Given with the purchase of a picture frame from O'Steen's O'Sleen has a large file of photographs which, have accumulated over a period of time. You can now get your picture or that of a relative or friend (providing of course, it It In this Die) with the purchase of one of O'Steen's beautiful picture frame*, priced from $1.50 up. So hurry down today and see what you can find at O'Steen's. Offer good for limited time only! OF BLYTHEVILLE life "IUTVOS", sleep •with. Their e; "eli » nice" look. Curclul has helped thotiBRmtn of women to lose thnt "ehnnjrc" look. Curdul net,! to (!) tmrtrov* uppvtftt. (2) thua build •trenirth and resistance, (S) rase tension nnd nfrvousnwi— Bleep better. Let triple-notion Canlui help you feel better, look belter ind im your normnl. cheerful >«lf «enin. Get Cnrdui today. (Say: " MONTHLY CRAMM CHANGE OF LIFE CARDUI Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature JIAN SIMMONS VICTOR MATURE WITH Bits of News j n t "y I erional Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle plan to be In Memphis today whore Mrs. Whittle will undergo examination at the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Pic. William De .Long visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Q. H. ne- LonK before reporting for overseas duty. Clovis Garnett of Blytheville has been elected vice president of the Mortar and Pestle, pharmacy organization, at the University of Arkansas. Miss Ruth Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale of Burdette. has been elected recording secretary of the PI Beta Phi social sorority at University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sampson of Luxora, Ark., announce the Girth of a son last week at Osceola Rainbow Girls Installation Held Miss Nita sue Oldham was Installed kuu night us worthy advisor of the Order of Rainbow for Girls, when a public annual Installation was held at the Masonic Temple. Other elected officers Include Patty Scott, worthy associate advisor; Kay Blackard. charity; Pat Speck, hope; Mary Kay Cr&Iton, faith; Maltha- Enrtholomew, recorder; and Oracle Owens, treasurer. Appointed officers installed wero Carol Holt, chaplain, Marjorie Dougherty, drill leader; Elain Richardson, love; Raye Scott, religion; Rose Childress, nature; Melia Saliba, immortality; Carol demons, fidelity; Mary Jane . Seymour, patriotism; Gall Crawford, service; Dorothy Kouri. confidential observer; and Janice Johnson, outer observer. Mrs. Charles W. Alford was installed as mother advisor, and Fred Boyett as Rainbow dad. The board of directors includes Mrs. PLUS CARTOON chaplain; and L. S. Hosp. installing Memorial Hospital. The baby, who! Marie Chlldress, Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, has been named Randy Stevens. | Mrs. Shields Edwards, Mrs. Curt has four brothers, Larry,16, Carl-1 Bartholomew, Mrs. Alvln Hardy, ton, 13, Jerry, 8, and Michael 2.! Fred Boyett and Charles Alford. nnd a sister, Sandra, 10. I installing officer was Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Thomp- Damon. Others assisting wer Mrs. son announce the birth of a daugh- \, D g m ith, marshaU; Mrs. Mary ter at the Blytheville Hospital yes- j McCa s!:el, recorder, Mrs. Edwards, -rrday. She has been named Vir-' ginia Kay. Mrs, Thompson is the former Miss Nancy Ellen Salmons. Their sixth child, the baby's brothers and sisters are Mary Ella, 12, Betty Jean, 10, Robert Wayne, 7, Troy Eugene, 4, and Dorothy Paye, 3. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. (Dubb) McCann and daughter, Becky, nre spending several weeks vacationing in Fort Meyers, and other points in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Er.ell Wilson are parents of their first child, a daughter, born yesterday at Walls Hospital. She has been named Teresa Lynn. Mrs. Wilson is the former Miss Billy Jo Brimhall. Nlta Sue Oldham organist. The past mother advisors, Mrs. Alford and Mrs. Edwards, were presented with pins. Gailya Stilwill and Carol Ann Holt were presented past worthy advisor' pins. P.-t'y Scott received the yearly attendance award. Program Meeting Held Hereby Presbyterians A general meeting of Women of the First Prebyterlan Church wus held yesterday afternoon at the church for n moiithly program, directed by Mrs. Harvey T. Kiclcl. Mrs, Vernon Thomnsson conducted prnsram the business session. Participating on the 'The Word Church in a Broken World ?'' were Mrs. John Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. George Yafcs. Mrs. Nenl Gesell. Mrs. L. G. Nash. Mrs. G. L. Smylhe. and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. During the social hour, Mrs. E. P. Bovum, Mrs. Zal Hnrripon find Mrs. Leslie Hooper served as i ostosses. Coming Event* Wednesday Town and Country Club has meeting with Mrs. C. Modinger. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. H. C. Sims is hostess to Wednesday Club. Central PTA has 3 p. m. meet!HT with 2:30 p. m. executive bo:ird meeting. Sudbury meets at 3 p. m. with executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Thursday Mrs. R. D. Hughes is hostess to Thursday Club. Mld-Wcek Club meets with Mi J. L. Cherry. The Kibitzer Club meets wi 1 Mrs. Alex Curtis. TLE Club meets with Mrs. J. Scrape. Duplicate Bridge League meets i Hotel Noble. Mrs. M. Emde is hostess i members of the C. and N. Birt day Club at the home of Mrs. H Sharon Burgess Has Party Here Because Sharon Burgess was five years old Saturday, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winford Burgess entertained seven children in her honor at their home. Game prises were awarded to Lynn Anderson and Linda Sharp. Balloons were given to the guests as favors. Ice cream and cake were served to conclude the afternoon with Miss Ramona Charles Sharp Nichols and Mrs. assisting in serv- Stringer at 7 p. Friday Friday Club has meeting wit White, | Mrs. Farris McCalla. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan is hostes to the Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Max Walters entertain members of the Vendredi Bridg Club. Woman's Club has regular mee ing at 2:30 p. m. with executiv board at 2 p. in. ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kltz It KOIJ Program Announcements TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY "SS FIGHTING LIKE JUNGLE BEASTS FOR THE LOVE OF ONE WOMAN! REAL AS FLESH! VIRGINIA MAYO-DALE ROBERTSON . STEPHEN McNALLY • ARTHUR HUNNICUTT -c.i.,t,TECHNICOLOR rrjijt _ . .. EDMUND GHAINGER x^LtSSL iiphed In Sdnnpln ay Oirtcltd b]r " P:oduc«l by HUISIQHH . WDtWUMIIUREWM - MmDWWi • HDi'UND CillWI PLUS SELECTED SHORTS COMING TO RITZ THEATRE February 2-3-4-5 'Miss Sadie Thompson in technicolor 3-DIMENSION Starring: RITA HAYWORTH & ALDO RAY At the Hospitals Blythuville Hospital Dismissed: M -. John Hardin, City Mrs. Maxie Kline, Brags City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Wisdom and baby, City Mrs. Marjorie Poff and baby. City Roy S. Utley, Steele Mrs. Ernestine Shaneyfelt, City Trinity Baptists Have All-Day Program Meeting A mission study program was conducted during the morning and » Royal Service program conducted alter a luncheon at Trinity Bap- list Church when the Woman's Missionary Union gathered at the church. Mrs. H. H. Burnett was director of the morning program with Mrs. John Nelson giving the opening prayer. Mrs. John Buchanan gave ;he devotional and Mrs. E. G. Lovell 1 dismissed the session. Following a luncheon, at which the Rev. W. H. Cook was a guest, th": group participated in the Royal Service program. Mrs. C. s. Webb opened the meeting, which was attended by » new member, Mrs. J. S. Cherry. Mrs. C. E. Parks was in charge of the program with Mrs. C. R. Joberson as devotional chairman. Mrs. Parks gave the closing medi- Study Course To Be Given Tonight at School Tonight the last of a aeries of (our study courses will be held at the Home Economics Cottage from 7 until 8 with Mrs. Freeman Rob. Inson *s director, representing Central School. The participating schools and their respective study chairmen are Mrs. L. T. Burnham of Yarbro School. Mrs. Harry Bradley of Lange School and Mrs. Vance Henderson of Sudbury School. In keeping with the year's theme, "Personality In the Making," the subject "Temper, Jealousy and Obstinacy," will be discussed by James Terry. A nursery will be provided for the children on the "fathers' night"!^ occasion. tation and Mrs. Burnett the prayer. TO COLD'S ACHES, PAINS, FEVERISHNESS Your Doctor Kraw» I —the "St. Jouph" name it your Quawntee of quality. 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