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January 22, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO RI.YTHEVnj.*! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 22,1954 — Society News — B.I. Miiiiim Sru-ierv Editor * Phone 446 P»t Mullins, Society Editor Missco Baptist Brotherhood Meet Planned A county wide brotherhood meeting will be conducted Monday night »t the First Baptist Church here. Theme for t'-s association meet- IPJ vhlch begins al 7:15 p. m. will be "God's Men for God's Work." Speaker will be the Rev. Owen Sherill -of Charleston, Mo. His subject will be "Man's Place in t Revival." The Rev. John D. Gearing, associational missionary will announce plans for the simultaneous revivals in Mississippi County. James Gardner will speak on "Brotherhood Plans for a Million More in '04." Gene Pierce, the associational program vice president will direct the program. All Baptist Churches in this county are expected to be represented at the meeting. Joyce Miller Receives DAR Award JOINER — Miss Joyce Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miller of Joiner has been selected Good Citizenship girl from Shawne* High School. Miss Miller, who is sponsored By the William Strong Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, will attend a luncheon at Hotel Peabody Feb. 12, with other Good Citizenship girls, when they will receive their pins. At graduation, she will be presented her certificate. Mrs. J. H, Hook of Osceola is chairman of the award. She is secretary of the Future Homemakers of America, editor of the high school year book, and president of Shawnee FHA chapter She was named "Miss Shawnee High School," "Miss Senior Class,' and was selected girl's basketball captain. She is pianist for the First Methodist Sunday School, and Is secretary of her class. Miss Joyce Miller Luncheon Held PEO Fashion Show Planned For Bridge Club Sugar plum trees centered the dining room table at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell yesterday afternoon, when she entertained with a luncheon and bridge for members of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Caldwell won high score, with second going to Mrs. F. B. Joyner. By Osceola's Chapter ( 0' Marvellously Comfortable OSCEOLA — The annual style show given by Chapter "O" of the PEO Sisterhood will be held at the Progressive Club here at 8 p, Feb. 4. A valentine theme has bee chosen. Models will be Mrs. Dar rell Crane. Mrs. Owen Massle, Jr Mrs. Don Blodgelt, Mrs. E. L. Tal laferro. Mrs. Nathan Welnberg Mrs. W. B. Edrington and Mis Anne White, nil of Osceola; Mrs. Jack Sartain of Luxora, Mrs Bob Pugh of Denwood, Miss Mai- Anne Grain of Wilson, Mrs. J. C Portis of Lepanto, Mrs. Arch Chachings of Bassett, Mrs. J. D Rankin of Driver, Mrs. P. D Foster, Jr., and Mrs. Jack Hale both of .Blythevllle. Highlighting the evening's enter, talnment will be the showing o. the cotton wardrobe worn by Miss Martha Garner of Poplar Bluff Mo., second alternate chosen In the recent Maid of Cotton contest held in Memphis. Miss Virginia Brooks of Memphis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berrj Brooks, will be on hand to mode as will be Mrs. Barbara Walker Hummel of Memphis, who is a former Miss America. Mrs. James Enos and Mrs. Frank Marshall of Memphis will also model. Style will be shown by La Cledes of Memphis. Mrs. "L,. C. B. Young Is general chairman and Mrs. Jettle Driver will be commentator. There will be refreshments and door prizes. Mrs. Young hns named the fol- 8067 it-it Sue Burnett Nothing like a well tailored two piece frock for comfort as well us •flattery. This soft, feminine version Is designed In a wide range of sizes. Pattern No. 8067 is in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38, short sleeves 4% yards of 39- Inch. For this pattern, sr -d Site in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and '.he PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents now for your copy of Basic FASHION, Spring '54, our complete pattern magazine. A complete guide in planning a well rounded wardrobe for spring- through-summer. Dessert Bridge Given for Club Mrs. Lynn Hughes was hostess yesterday aternoon at the home of Mrs, Jessie Hughes, to members oC the La Nuevc Bridge Club, when a valentine motll was used throughout the party. Red rose buds on card tables, Valentine tallies and a dessert course furthered the chosen theme. Oust* Included Mrs. Elan Heath and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon. After a dessert course was served, bridge games were played. Prizes went to Mrs. Melvin Halsell, first, Mrs. Brogdon, second place, nnd Mrs. Heath, brldgo. Supper Planned By Men's Club The Men's Club of the First Presbyterian Church will hold Its annual coon supper Monday exe- ning at 6:45 p. m. at the church. The Rev. Harold Nance of West Plains, Mo., will be guest speaker. FREE Photographs Still Given with the purchase of a picture frame from O'Steen's O'Steen has a large Hie of photograph! which have accumulated over a period of time. Vou can still get your picture or that of a relative or friend (providing, of course, It Is in thli file) with the purchase of one of O'Steen's beautiful picture frames, priced from $1.50 up. So hurry down today and see what you can find at O'Steen'a. Offer will be good for only a few dayi longer. OF BLYTHEVILLE lowing committees: Mrs. Charles Colenmn, Mrs. C. J. Lowrance, Jr., and Mrs. Jack Uzelle, general; Mrs. Roy Cox: Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. Lloyd Godley and Mrs. David Laney, decorations; Mrs. Edward Segraves and Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf, hospitality; Mrs. Welby Young, Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Godfrey White, Mrs. Guy Driver and Mrs. Milton Pope, food; ana Mrs. Ralph Woodruff, Mrs, H. E. Phillips and Mrs. Herbert Shlppen, tickets and publicity. Guest Invited With TLE Club Mrs, Fred Sandefur was a guest of the members of the TLE Club when they met at the home of Mrs. J. P. Scrape last night for a weekly bridge party. Winners of the games were Mrs. Sandefur, first place, Mrs. W. J. Supples, second place, and Mrs. Eferman Turner, brldgo. Sandwiches and coffee were served concluding the evening's entertainment. To save clothesline space, fold several handkerchiefs or napkins together before llnnlng to Ine. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show- Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times FRI. & SAT. Double Feature Serial "Capt. Kidd" No. 1 Cartoon "To Boo or Not to Boo" SUN. & MON. Double Feature '"•M WITHOUT ftESERVATIONS METRO NEWS Weekly Bridge Club Meets Mrs. H. H. Houchfns won first placn yesterday afteroon In bridge games at her weekly duo meeting. Hostess for the event was Mrs. J. Louis Cherry at her home. She served a two-course luncheon preceding bridge games. Yellow chrysanthemums with winter greenery provided a central decoration for the table at which guests were seated. ] Mrs. Cecil Shane won the second high bridge prize. Kibitzer Club Is Entertained Mrs. Alex Curtis of Manila enter- aiued members of the Kibitzer Club it the home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Rose at Roseland, when three guests were invited to attend with the members. They were Mrs. Richard Rose, Mrs. Earl Wildy and Mrs. Rube Caron of Charlotte, N. C. ( who is the louseguest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Garth CastHo. Dessert was served preceding the D Ames, from the dining room table which held a centerpeice of greenery. Winners included Mrs. Rose, first, ;nd Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., second ilace. Buffet Supper Given for Choir A buffet supper was given for the .dull choir of the First Presbyterian Dhurch Wednesday night at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horner. Other hosts and hostesses were Mr. nd Mrs. J. C. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bailey, Dr. and Mrs. Harvey T Kidd. More than 30 couples attended. Small tables were used through- ut the den, living room and din- ng room. Ench was centered by music motif. A sheet of music 'as topped by a white candte, dec- rated with music notes, and a cluster of yellow carnations. The same arrangement was used on the buffet table. Mrs. Johnny Mavr was in charge of the decorations. During the evening they were entertained informally. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Moonce, daughter, Marta and son, Stevle of Havana, 111., were the overnight guests last night with Drs. Carl and Edna Nles. The Moonce fany ily is en route to Florida for & two months vacation. Mrs. Moonce Is .a niece of Dr. Carl Nies. Mrs. W. B. Tanner has as her guest, Mrs. W. D. Denning of Helena. She is Mrs. Tanner's sister- in-law. Among those In Memphis to see the production of "John Brown's Body", the past several days have been Mrs. W. L. Horner, Mrs. Elton Kirby, Mrs. Riley B. Jones, Mrs. John Caudlll, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose. Miss Beverly Jones arrived home today from Arkansas State College to spend the semester holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jones. Sonny Lloyd has arrived home from the Baptist Hospital In Memphis. He was admitted Sunday and underwent surgery Monday. His father, Clyde Lloyd, was with him. Tommy Harrison, a student at Arkansas state College, has arrived to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Harrison, during the semester holidays. Lone Oak Club Meeting Held Mrs.- Leslie Moore was hostess to six members of Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club Wednesday at her home. Three new members, including Mrs. Claude Duncan, J,lrs. O. M. Mitchell and Mis. H. C. Buck, joined the club. Mrs. Moore was in charge of the business session. A poem was read by Mrs. R. E. Davis and the members spent the afternoon quilting. OPERATION SHAPE-Parisian dancer Gaby Bruyere Is busv selling into shape for her ne.v* f»ur nf 'he U S She -;.vs Ainerifiin men "can't rests!*' her "Krencb f'ifiure' curve- some thighs nigh bosum, and slim waist. Program Is Given At Number Nine Fifteen attended the meeting last ght of Woman's Missionary Union of Number Nine Baptist Church when they gathered to observe their day of prayer and community mis- iion program. Mrs. Raymond Whittle was program director. Following the hymn, 'Jesus Saves," 1 Mrs. Billy Johnson tave the opening; prayer. Sentence prayer closed the meeting. Central PTA Meeting Held Fourty nine members of the Central Parent-Teachers Association met at the school Wednesday when Mrs. Llo.vd Stickmon conducted the business session and Mrs. E. J. Cure served as program chairman. Miss Ann Wilson's sixth grade presented a panel discussion. Mrs. Bert Trumble gave the devotional nnd the president's message was by Mrs. Dane Brlggs. The nominating committee elected was composed of Mrs. Alex Shelby, chairman, Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Thomas Chapman. Mrs. Kemper Bruton, summer round-up chairman, announced Apr. 22 as the date for this roundup, with Dr. W. T. Rainwater. Before washing sweaters, examine for droper stiches which must be caught to prevent ladder runs. KIRBY RUG STORES 19c :otton-Tlp^ Applicators Pick 100 (Limit 2) Main at Second* Main and Broadway' PERUNA Extra Special WITCH HAZEL 24 PALMOLIVE SOAP fog. Sizi (Limit 3) :33' Doan's KIDNEY PILLS ».oi. Johnson's Baby Powde Bonted, Fragrant 49' PINKHAM Vegetable Compound 37c Siit Glycerin upposltortei Infant. Adult—12s (X/'m/'oOQcJ »o;.... 49 C ASPIRIN 2 «otiiH CQc .1100 93 Save Hare! We Orlli Mouth Wash "MINOYL" MINERAL OIL Fin*>t Cridt 2 p«l QQt MUM 03 Kcips 1m Fresh TIDY , DEODORANT, POWDER 2 \ 79 C FORMULA 20 Cr«»m Shampoo Gttm-SmeotJi 2 4.01. J 29 «> I — '3.98 AYTINAL Vitamins 4 Mineral wltk Crystalline 1-12 Fw Mr'i Hunk OUffM Oleum PercofflorphuM jocc Btmle 2-3" CHLOROPHYLL TOOTH PASTE 2:69 29: COLGATE^ DENTAL CREAM r 47< Med. SAL HEPATICA Saline Laxative 69 60= Si., MURINE l»r ike Eyet (Limit ElAt Llonly).*f*T J KELLER! MALBESIC BUM IW-M. CO fc*..P* .**<» Children Expect Us To Act In Face of Human Misery Ruth Mlllett Then, mumbling As there is plenty of human misery iround, your child or mine may run Into It any day, quite unexpectedly. Several days ago I saw a small girl suddenly run into It. She loolred to be about five years old. Beside her mother, she.sat across the bus aisle from me, looking out window, so she didn't notice new passenger's arrival. The rest of us did. Hat less swaying, his face streaked with grime, he stood for a moment at the coin box, fumbling for his fare to himself, in staggered down the aisle past us, trailng behind him the smell of misery and drunkenness. 1 n the bus lurched, and the new passenger stumbled, and fell to , the floor. Across the aisle, the mother said to the little girl, "Don't look, Helen. Don't notice the horrible man." She said it sharply. Once I knew a woman with such an inflamed social conscience that she used to rush about digging up examples of human misery to display to her little boy. It seemed rather unbalanced. But to me, anyway, it would appear equally unbalanced to refuse to acknowledge misery when it practically c' jps in a child's lap. Or, li u e the parent in my bus, to define it as "horrible." For children think very highly of us. They trust us. I thnik, to take horror out of their contacts with realities, not put it in. And they tend to be a, little uncomfortable around us when we are too easily revolted by realities. It has been my experience that children are happiest when they see us take action on human mls- ery we run Into with them. Sometimes, we can't. In tht position of t: Is mother, for example, we might feel It would be unwise to attract drunken attention to us and our child by trying to lift our fellow human being to his feet. But while It might be wise to juts sit quietly while others help him to his feet, I very much doubt the wisdom of calling our fallen fellow creature "horrible." Indeed, if we do sit quietly, Helen may be grateful for an explanation of 'our failure to act. "' we might say to her, "We let the gentleman behind us pick him up, not because we didn't want to help him, but because he might IK*, have believed we wanted to. He Is sick, you see, and can't tell whether people want to hurt him or help him. So we let the gentleman behind us take the chance on making him angry." Coming Events Friday Mrs. Leon Davis is hostess at 7:30 p.m. at her home to the Stitch and Chatter Club at the Air Base. yarbro PTA has fathers' night meeting at 7:30 p. m. at the school. Old cereal boxes are just the thing to protect picnic-bound sandwiches. Place them in the box, fold box end in, and you'll have sandwiches recognizable as such when you reach the picnic grounds. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IOC St. Joseph ASPIRIN SAVE MORE-BUY 100 TABLEIS.49C ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & ROIJ Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY A tlNIWRSAl INrtRNAIIONAl PICtUR! PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program They're a Riot in Bullies! Song-Studded Action Show} m AUIED ARTISTS pRCWicno» PLUS CARTOON SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY M-G-M s BIGGEST MUSICAL SHOW! 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