The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1954 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 20, 1954
Page 4
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEVILL*! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY », - Society News — t>.» Mniiin« Knfift.v Editor * Phone 446 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Fashion Show To Be Given at Woman's Club "Sprint Fever F»«hlons," profrun and fuhton ihow, will b given Friday afternoon »t th monthly meeting of the Woman' Club at their clubhouse. Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs Oetn t. Atkinson are to be In charge of the affair which Is t< be staged at 1 p. m. following i covered dish luncheon at 1 o'clock Parakeets In pastel shaded cages with colorful aquariums of tropl cal fish will provide the setting. Modeling the fashions from Hays Store, the Tot Shop and Felnbergs will be LoU Ellen Stevens, Susan Sallbii, Joan Oean, Judy Kelly Kuby Koehler, Marie Wlldy, Cynthia Dillahunty, Mrs. Jess Homer, Marjorle Doughtery, Mrs. Richard Becker, Mrs. Bill Wyatt, Miss Barbara Carter, Miss Julia Crews, Beauton, Stalling, Mrs. Bay Sweeney, Mrs, B. A. Porter and Linda Taylor. Country Club Scene of Party The Country Club was the seen yesterday afternoon of a luncheo and meeting of the Tuesday Bridg Club, when Mrs. Charles Crlgge was hostess. Quests were Mrs. W. L. Horner Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. Cheste Caldwell and Mrs. Loy Welch. After luncheon, bridge prize wer awarded to Mrs. E. M. Regenoli and Mrs. C. M. Smart, first and second in the club, and Mrs. Welch first among the guests. PTA Hears Judge Deer Speak Judge Phillip Deer was guest Mrs. Charles Brogdon and E. M speaker yesterday at the monthly meeting of Junior High School Parent-Teachers Association when he spoke on "Juvenll Protection In Home, School and Community." Mrs. Robert Wade gave the devotional "Make Me a Better Parent," and Mrs. Harold Sudbury who .was program director gave the national president's message. In the business session conducted by Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, president, composed nominating committee of Mrs. Olenn Ladd, We -lard was appointed. In other business they plannet a parent-teacher education course to be held Thursday night at the home EC Cottage at 7:30 p. m, Feb. 17, the group will observe Founder's Day at the High School auditorium. Room count prizes were awarded the homerooms of Mrs. Harry Brooks, Mrs. Emma Reed. Miss Barbara Taylor, Miss Julia Brooks and Mrs. Glenn McCool. WSCS Meetings Conducted in Homes Members of the Woman's Socle- y of Christian Bowlce of the 'Jrst Methodist Church gathered at the homes of seven members Monday afternoon for monthly circle programs. Mrs, Charles Crlgger was host- :ss to 16 members and a new nember, Mrs. R. B. Stout of Cirle One. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater Whltis, study chairman. Mrs, John Lane was hostess to members of Circle Six with nine members attending and two guests, Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre, who gave th" devotional and Mrs. Roy I. Bngley, who gave the study. Mrs. Richard Osborne was hostess to 15 members of Circle Seven Mrs. Elbcrt Johnson gave five the devotional and Mrs. H. j the program with the assistance of /. Wylie presented the Bible stu- ' Mrs. Orlie Parker and Mrs. Htu old Wood. Mrs. T. I. Sony served as host- ss to .Circle Two with Mrs. A. E. •luntley as co-hostess. Thirteen lembers and a guest, Mrs. Marr iaines attended. Mrs. Paul obe presented the devotional, All-Day Meet Held Here at Calvary Church A special all-day meeting w held yesterday at Calvary Ba list Church, when membero of th Woman's Missionary Union gat cred to observe a d»y of pray for world 'missions. Mrs. Ona Peebles, communli missions chairman, directed day's activities. Beginning th th program, group ainging waa coi ducted. The opening prayer wa» give ay Mrs. Carrii Pruitt and devotloi Hi was by Mrs. Larry Byrum. Pa tlclpatlng on the morning's prc gram were Mrs. Bill Hardin, Mr i. J. Fondred, Mrs. W. F. O •Jell. Mrs. T. C. Hopper and Mr J. H. McHon, who sang a sol 'Did You Think To Pray." Mrs. Darrcll Lunsford dlsmlsse he group and luncheon was serv ccl In the church's dining roon roup singing and a prayer op enccl the afternoon session. Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., gave th evotlbnal, and others asslstln were Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, Mrs 'om Smalley, Mrs. Herman May nd Mrs. Lunsford, who read etter from Irene Brannen, a mis Ibhary to Korea. Mrs. Smalle; losed the meeting with prayer. Calvary Circles Meet Jointly Members of the Business Wo mens' Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met jointly last night al the church to observe t day of prayer program for community missions. Theme of the program was "A Community, a Part of the World.' 1 Mrs. J. H. Melton directed sing. Ing and a devotional was given by Mrs. Jim Ross, which she olos ed with prayer. Miss . Betsy Handley, program chairman, was assisted by Miss Jean Norman, Mrs. Lucian Gaines and Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Polsgrove offered a prayer after which Mrs. J. H. Melton sang a solo. Mrs. Jess Hester and Mrs. Ellen Moore presented talks and Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Handley and Miss Barbara Duncan gave meditations. They adjourned following sentence prayer. Nozarene Women Conduct Meeting Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., presided In a business session of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society of the First Church of the Nazarene Monday evening. Jim Quick served as song leader, and Mrs. Jim Quick gave the open- Ing prayer. The Rev. Harold Thompson, Sr., gave the devotion. Mrs. Horace Halford taught a chapter "Cuba," from the book, "Magic Circle of the Caribbean." Prayer was offered by the Rev. Joe Bean, pastor. hich was followed by Bible study taught by Mrs. Fred Fleeman. Mrs. W. B. SummervJIIo was co- hostess with Mrs. John Walker when they entertained the 14 members and one guest. Mrs. W. H. McNamee at Circle Three meet- Ing. Mrs. P. E. Scott gave the devotional and Mrs. Summerville, the study. Thirteen members of Circle Pour met with Mrs. Max Reli when Mrs. Leon Burns gave th' devotional and Mrs. H. C. Busl the study. Mrs. Byron Moore was hostes: .0 the nine members of Circle Pivi when Mrs. S. E. Dunkley was de votlonal chairman and Mrs. H. N Tacky Party Given in Home Mrs. Guy Rodgers. Mrs. J. L Hosley and Mrs. Earl French were lostesses at the home ot Mrs. Ora llcharnson .last night to 30 mem- >ers of Immanuel Baptist Church at a tacky .party. Costume prizes were awarded to Mrs. Claude Duncan, Lem Richard- ion, Earl French, and Mrs. Jolly jeggett. Mrs. Georgia Hodge was a spe- :ial guest of the group. Games were played and refreshments were served during the cve- ilng. Marriage Licenses The following couple has applied for a marriage license from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Robert Dean Galloway and Jo Ann Fleeman, both of Manila. Group Has tudy Taught Eighteen members of Woman's oclety of Christian Service of Doll •tethodlst Church met Monday to omplete the study course on alco- ol. The Rev. E. H. Hall taught the study with the assistance of Mrs. John Mllea Miller, Mrs. Curtis Duncan and Miss Charllne Armstrong. A brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Orville Honcycutt. Mrs. Honcycvitt and Mrs. B. U. Keener were hostesses to the group. Music Workshop To Be Held at New Liberty Mdre than 100 persons are ex pected to attend a music workshop given by the Mississippi County Baptist Association for all Baptis Churches in the county at New Liberty Baptist Church from 7 untl 8:15 p.m. Friday. Mrs. B. W. Ninnlnger, director of church music for Arkansas Baptists will conduct the school. She will be assisted by LeRoy McCord, minister of music at Immanuel Baptist Church of Little Rock; Robert Glenn, director of music and edu- rector for Pulaskl County Assocla- cation at Tabernacle Church of Little Rock; M. O. Kelley, music di- tion, and Mrs. Fred Love of Norphlet, specialist In nursery, beginner and primary work. Four separate workshops will be conducted for pastors, directors, accompanists and workers with elementary children. After the first session, al] groups will be assembled for a joint meet- Ing at which a film will be shown and singing will be held. Layette Shower Is Given Here Mrs. Jack Emery was hostqss at tier home honoring Mrs. Jesse West last night nt a layette shower at her home, when n guests were Invited to attend. Pink and blue were used in decoration of the baeinett which was filled with gifts, and. In the cn- •ertaining rooms. Mrs. Ira Tatum, Mrs. Harriet Hefflln. Mrs. Bertha Phillips won prizes. Refreshments were served with ,he assistance of Mrs. Richard Haynes and Mrs. A. L. Richardson. Program Given For CWF Here A general meeting of -the Christ Ian Women's Fellowship of the Fi Christian Church was held Mon day. Mrs. W. D. Cobb presided the business session. Mrs. Ben Harpole, constitution committee chairman, read tin constitution changes which wer accepted by the 16 members attending. . Mrs. Cobb read a talk "Do More," and served as worship leader, when her subject was "Prayer." The group lang "Ble: sed Assurance." In the business session, group leaders and officers gave their reports. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. James Rainwater gave reports on visit* to shut-ins. Attending were six members of Faith Group, six members of Hope and one Group. member of the Love -ake Street Group Completes Study Mrs. C. M. Baxter conducted the jusiness session for 11 members of Woman's Society of Christian Serv- ce of the Lake Street Methodist ihurch. Mrs. Joe Thomas gave the open- ng prayer and devotional on "Beginnings," which was taken from iencsis. Mrs. O. J. Kodgers com- ileted the study of continued Alco- 10! and Christian Responsibility," fter which she dismissed the group ivlth prayers. Garbage cans will become a source of bad odor unless washed with soap frequently. This should include the inside of the IJd of the outer can as well as the inner pall. You'll find many uses for a cel- ulose sponge. A small piece stitched o the lining of your sewing kit nakcs an Ideal pincushion. And a lece of tile resilient substance Is deal material with to temporarily ilcnce ti rntiling window. Just orco It between Inner and outer sashes, silence! • i • • A few drops of kerosene and a little Wuink added to the soapsuds will make your windows sparkle. Use a bottle-washing brush for the corners. Polish with clean, lintless cloth. Octave Club Has Meeting Bridge Games Conducted here A seven-table scrambled Mitche movement wa* played at the Coun try Club when members ot the Dup licit* Bridge League met last nigh Mn. W. D. Crumblin and Mr Henry Humphreys, won first plac with 87 points. Mrs. F. E. Blac and Mrs. Wylle won second with 7 point;. Third pla£e went to Mrs. B. C Allen and Mrs. Frank Grlgsbywit 75 points, and fourth place went t Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs.E D. Stacy with 71. Tieing for fifth place were Mrs Arnold Miller and Mrs. R. F. Kir shner with Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and George Anderson, with points each. In Saturday's game, which wa seven-table Howell movement Mrs. 'B. A. Lynch and Mrs. F,. B Gee took first place with I points. Second went to Mrs. Grlgsby and Mrs. Jenkins with 87 and third t( Mrs. F. W. Whttncr and Mrs. Hunv phreys with 86. Bits of News it 9 PC erAonal Mrs. Phillip Applebaum ente tained at her home last night wit a spaghetti dinner, after whic names of were played b members of the Octave Club wh attended. Their guest was Mrs. H. Blankenship. A cornucopia filled with fruit and flanked by burning taper centered the table. In the games, first place wen to Mrs. R. A. Carey with secon going to Mrs. Blankenship. Decorated china Is more dur able when the decoration Is "under glaze." This means that the pro tective coating or glaze is put 01 following the decoration. Feel th china before buying to see If It 1 perfectly smooth. If it Is rough the decoration Is an "overglaze," Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature SIMMONS VICTOR MATURE PLUS CARTOON 1KB WEEK ON1Y! tary sale! SENSATIONAL VALUES IN NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE Many Irems Priced Below Wholesale Cost WIN A FREE FLORIDA VACATION All Expenses For Two — Six Full Days Nothing To Buy - Just Come In And Register Drawing Saturday, Jan. 30 Here is just one of our mnny sensational values: fiG Gunge 12 Denier NYLON HOSE Strictly first fmllly ho«. Regular values to fl.65. Limit: 6 pairs to customer. 66 C pr FREE FREE A Silver Dollar with purchase of any dress casting $1 or more THE DARLING SHOP 226 West Main S/Sgt. L. M. Moody, Jr., ar- ived home yesterday from San 31ego, Calif., where he was sta- loned with the Marines at Camp 'endelton, after receiving his Ischarge there. He plans to make is home with his parents, Mr. and ilrs. L. M. Moody, Sr., of Dell. Mrs. Charles Afflick, and daught- r, Carter, left yesterday by plane or Danville, Va., where they are he houseguests of her parents, tfr. and Mrs. John G, Boatwright. Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and ons, George m, and Bill, are in enatobia, Miss., for several days the guests of their parents, and randparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. heddan. John Fill Is a patient at Boston eterans Administration Hospital, oston, Mass., where he is report- d to be Improving. Pfc. A. J. Shelton of the Marines as arrived home from San Diego, alif.,, to be the guest of his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shelton, efore he reports to his new base in ;lanta, Ga. He will also visit his ster, Mrs. Elmer Smith, and family hlle here. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy returned lost ght from Memphis where she 3ent yesterday with Mr. Dowdy, ho Is a patient at the Baptist ospltal. He underwent surgery ere yesterday and Is reported as [proving this morning. His room umber is 452. ; Mrs. J. D. Widner and daught- Pjitrfcla Ann, of Kansas City, o., arrived in BIytheville 4o visit r sister, Mrs. Zouline Powell, and the Jess Widner family this week. Mr. Widner will join them this week end to accompany them home. Their son, Michael Davis, has been here for the past three weeks visiting his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sleeves have returned from Little Rock, where they attended the Arkansas Seed Dealers Convention. 'Come Women, Wide Proclaim/ Given by Baptist Circles Here "Come Women, Wide Proclaim," I King at the Circle Five meeting In was the title of a program given the home Of Mrs. William Berry- Monday for seven circles of the First Baptist Church, when they met at liomcs of members. Mrs. Marlon Williams waa hostess to 10 members of Circle One with Mrs. Leslie Moore as program leader. Prayers were offered by Mrs, Hays Sullivan, Mrs. Charles Newcomb, Sr., snd Mrs. Clarence Johnson. Mrs. William* gave the devotional. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb was lostess to 12 members of Circle Two. Program leader was Mrs. J. W. Port- ock. Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Portlock- gave prayers during the program and Miss Cordelia Wilhlte ;ave the closing prayer. Mrs. C. S. Lemons was hostess to light members of Circle Three at ler home, when she was leader of heir program. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook cd the opening prayer, and Mrs. J. W. Rayder gave the closing prayer. Eight members of Circle Eight met with Mrs. H. J, L. Halsell, Jr., when Mrs. James Fisher was program eader. Mrs. C. L. Evans gave the jpening prayer and the devotional. Mrs. Philip Deer and Mrs. M. C. Outlaw gave the dismissal prayers. Program leader was Mrs. A. M WSCS Meeting In Hammond Home Mrs. W. D. Hammond was hos- ess at her home Monday night to members of the Woman's Society f Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church. After singing "Love Lifted Me," he group heard a devotional by Mrs. Carl Burton entitled "Love Never Fails." Mrs. Hammond and Mrs. ohnny Johnson gave the program, nd Mrs. Burton offered a prayer. Mrs. James M. Besharse, Jr., con- ucted » business session, when she ppointed teams for the Mothers' /larch in the March of Dimes. The olden-age committee for this lonth is Mrs. Besharse and Mrs. enry Pollard. At the Hospitals BIytheville Hospital ismissea: Mrs. Robert Rose, Caruthersvllle Melvln Mitchell, City ' Walls Hospital ismissed: Mrs. Anna B. Miller, City Miss Margaret BUnn, City B. J. Harris, Holland BE QUICK To Treat BRONCHITIS Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Creomulsion which goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ faden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed, bronchia! membranes, Creomulsion blends beechwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, Creomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Creomulsion has stood tha vesi of many millions of users. (Adv.) FINAL CLEARANCE 3 FOR 1 SALE Buy any of the following items at our regular pric« tnd receive two other items of equal value ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. BLOUSES UNIFORMS SWEATERS SKIRTS HOUSE COATS SLIPS DRESSES HOSE BELTS GLOVES • COSTUME JEWELRY BRASSIERES Peter Pan, Maiden Form, Delight Form. 1 2 PRICE JACKETS Gabardine, Corduroy and Suede. Values to ? ^ * 9 $ Suits Values (o $* WO... Purses Values to $ $4.95.. Coats Values to $*j $30 I Coots Valuttto $p $;s.. 5 BRING A FRIEND AND SPLIT THE COST! No Refunds —• No Exchanges Clara's Shop Main Street — Acros* from the Goff Hotel man when 11 members attended. They were dismissed by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. Lloyd stick- mon. Members of Circle Six met with Mrs. Shelbourne Brewer with eight attending. Mrs. Tom Jackson gave the program and Mrs. Theo Logan gave the devotional. A chapter of the book "Hand , Maidens of the King," waa given by Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. Mrs. Brewer closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. F. L. Regan entertained members of Circle Seven with Mrs. M. W. Lewis as program leader. Mrs. H. H. Brooks offered prayer and Mrs. Worth D. Holder gave the benediction. La Petite Club Entertained Mrs. Eric Whitley entertained at her home yesterday for memben o! the La Petite Club, when Mn. Marvin Robinson win t guest of Uw group. Mrs. A. H. McManus won high score in the bridge games with second going to Mrs. Arthur Vane* and bridgo to Mrs. Neal Oesell. Dessert was served during th* Afternoon. Before buying upholstered furniture, examine the bottom to determine whether there is & webbing of criss-crossed band! beneath the outside cover. There should be. t; ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kit/ & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY 3 DIMENSION iteming VIRGINIA MAYO-DALE ROBERTSON STEPHEN McNALLY-ARTHUR HUNNICUIT c " k -;TECHN/COLOR NATURAL VISION 3-t>'F8EDHIC« HHLITT BRENiMN-ALFRED WERKER-EDMUKD GRANGER PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY WAMING mm H UMBU • MWM n DON MtGK M ffiM BROW- to-Ham ili BJM10 It 1RIMM! • A UmveniMnmiutail P,c| m PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS COMING TO RITZ THEATRE February 2-3-4-5 )f 'Miss Sadie Thompson" in technicolor 3-DIMENSION Starring: RITA HAYWORTH & ALDO RAY

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free