The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 3, 1955
Page 4
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PAGI FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 195B Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News - llnru Sncipt.v • PllO] Phone 3-4461 AssociationalRallyofWMUGroups To be Conducted at Osceola Church An associational rally of the Women's Missionary Union of Baptist Churches will be held Friday at the First Baptist Church in Osceola at 10 a.m. The Rev. Percy P. Herring, pastor of the church, will act as host for the program which is entitled "What Is This Day?" A devotional will be given by Mrs. C. L. Evans of First Baptist Church in Blytheville and special conferences will be held by individual groups. The Rev. Harold White will deliver the .message, "This Is Our Task," and Mrs. Alvin Hardy will give a talk on "Sharing in Evangelistic Crusade." • To remove callused spots from your feet, try soaking them each day in lukewarm soapy water. Then, go over any callused with 'a soapy pumice stone. spots Late News In Date Frocks Coming Events Monday Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church has regular monthly meeting, 8 p.m. in school hall. Blytheville Unit of Hairdressers meets at Mildreds Beauty Shoppe, 8 p. m. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at parish house, 8 p. m. Tuesday Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with iMrs. Virginia Davis, 404 E. Ky. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Miss Melba Pry- ! y£ e ' attended or, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lee Doyle is co- hostess. Blytheville Rebecca and Oddfel- lows Lodge having joint instal- I lation and potluck supper, 7 p. m. Bits of News 8208 10-tt By Sue Burnett Ai smart and up-to-the-minute as can he is this youthful frock for important dates all through the spring. Pattern No. 8208 is in siz?s 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, short sleeve, 4 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blythevi Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of Basic FASHION — fall and winter '54 — is colorful, stimulating and a complete guide in wardrobe planning Annie Armstrong circle meets at church 7 p. m. Mrs. W. C. Higginson entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League meets. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. J. ,F. Montandon. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertains GIB Bridge Club. Eastside Garden Club meets with Mrs. Lee Hill with Mrs. R. A. Copeland, co-hostess. Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. F. E. Black. Garden Department of Womens' Club meels at 2:30 p. m. A film on flower arrangements will be shown. NOW Club meets with Mrs. Joe Mac Hester, 7:30 p. m. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. James B. Clark entertains Town and Country club. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W, E. Cherry. Thursday Armorel HD Club meets with Mrs. W. O. Anderson for potluck luncheon. Mrs. Coleman Stevens entertains LaNeuve Bridge Club at Country -:Jub. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Mirs Barbara Sawyer. GEO Club meets with Mr; Harold Davis. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mid-Weelc Club meets with Mrs M. O. Vsrey. Friday Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains Vendredi Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets. Lt. Billy Wayne McFarland of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary McFarland. Miss Alene Wimberjy of Memphis spent the holiday weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.'E. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lane spent, the weekend in Obion and Dyersburg, Tenn., visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Elsie F. Fisk. who underwent surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis last week, returned home yesterday and is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Webb. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise returned last night from a two-week visit with relatives and friends in Nashville, Tenn. While there, Dr. Tri-State Conference of Rabbis and Jewish Chaplains and a B'nai-B'rith Leaders Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marion spent yesterday in East Prairie. Mo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Percy Fus- 3EH. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ruble . ol Magnolia, Ark., visited Mr. Ruble's sister, Miss Clara Ruble, over the weekend. Miss Frances Bright of.Sanford, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Davis and sons, Micky and Charles, of Corpus Christi, Tex., have returned to their homes after sjjend- ong the holidays here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were accompanied home by Mrs. W. T. Baker, who will visit them for several weeks. Mrs. George Roland Green and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola have returned home after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Pigg's daughter, Mrs. Guy Newcomb, Lt. Newcomb and infant daughter in Houston, Tex They also visited their sister. Mrs. T. W. White, and family in Shreve- DIG THAT CONE BEGONIA!—Mrs. Vance Holman, of Provo, Utah, is dwarfed by a giant Rex Begonia in her living room. She started It from, a leaf 2% years ago. She kept the leaf in a .bottle of water for a month, when it sprouted roots. Transplanting it to a pot, she nursed it along for several months, with slow progress. Suddenly it started really to grow and' has had its biggest spurt this year. A few months ago, when it was blossoming, it even reached the celling. An ankle bracelet may empha- ize the slim ankle of an early teener, but it is far from becoming to anyone over sixteen. One given by a husband as a "gift" may be tactifully worn around the house or on the wrist. port, La. Mr, and Mrs, Marcus Evrard and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gardener, Jr., spent yesterday in Paragoulc' visiting Mr. and Mrs. John H. Me- Kenzie. [ Miss Ernestine French has returned to Sanford, Fla., after spending the holidays here with 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest French. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Luverel Gaines and daughter, who will spend several days there vacationing. Mrs. Elmer Potts of Gary, Ind., has returned home after spending he holidays with her mother, Mrs. Houston Carter, and family; Miss Leona Carter, who has been 11 for the past three months, is low able to return to work. Miss Emadel Swearengen left •esterday for Kansas City, Mo., vhere she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Fiske Miles, Jr., and Platts City, Mo., where she will visit Miss Sarah Bernhardt, before returning to Stephens College, where she is a student. At The Hospitals ChickasaWba Hospital Dismissed: iMrs. Nola Knight,c ity Henry Gosa, Jr., city Dottle Whitsell. city Robert Halbrooks, city Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, Tuckerman Arthur Hubbard, Tuckerman Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Henry Gutherie, Holland Paul Green. Rt. 1, city Mrs. Delia Cooper, Rt. 2, city If You Want Education Go Get It when they first begin to develop VESTED INTEREST-Newest wrinkle in fur fashions for men is a fur vest now being shown in New York. This one. modeled by comedian Jimmie Komack, is of blue moleskin. figures, many young girls are em- mity. Ii's a natural ha- for a new season. 25 cents per quickly as possible when a copy — send for it now. ready to be herself, not a tomboy MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S FALL and WINTER SHOES THREE PRICES SUCH NATIONALLY ADVERTISED LINES AS Johansen — Red Cross — Town & Country — Foot Flair — and D.b, f M wom.n. F«.m«n — Winthrop — and Pedwin for men. Westbrook's FAMILY SHOE STORE She quit school at the end of the eighth grade and since then has been earning her own living. The longer she is out in the world the more she sees the value of a high school education. The question now is — should she enroll night school and try for a high school di- n «th Mlllett ploma? She says; "I would like to go to night school, but I feel I'm too old because right now I'm 22 years of age and I probably would be 26 before I finished." Twenty-two seems old only to a person who is 22 or younger. To the rest of the world 22 is youth with everything ahead. It is an age when a person can still do whatever he likes -With his life. So if you regret not having a high school education and have come to realize that your limited schooling will be a handicap to you n the years ahead—enroll in night school to get the education they need on the Job or to fit them for the kind of Job they want to move into. So you see, educationally speaking, you are just a kid. Four years from now when you walk up for your high school diploma you'll still be a girl. But you will have proved you had the foresight and determination of a woman. When curing athlete's foot, don't forget that the shoes may be infected, ioo. After a day's wear, a day's sunlight for each pair of shoes will prevent reinfection, * * * Make sure a heavy waist Isn't emphasized with cluttering. No contrasting, wide belU or flower trim. Center interest and attention on plain trim, like a row of buttons. school tomorrow. You will probably find that you aren't one of the "old" students in your night school classes but one of the younger students. For today nobody need ever feel I he is too old to go back to school, j Mothers often go back to school as • soon as they get all of their chil- I dren up to school age. Grandmothers decide to take night school classes and some even enter college when they have grandchildren working toward a degree. Men, young and old, go back to GREATEST SHOE SALE OF THE YEAR! Starts Tuesday Sayings For The Entire Family JOEL'S Ladies' Coats-Suits-Dresses Now in full swing Do Not miss this great opportunity of buying nationally known brands at such low prices. Ridiculously Low Prices On Every Hem for Men, Women and Children During This Sale! The duck waddle is natural to •. ballet dancers, not to lovely women Check to see If the heels or soles oi ' yo_ur shoes are run down and pitch; you into an awkward walk. F A L L '— »^—^——^^^^^^^^^^^^••'^^^••^^•^^^••^•^i^ SALE COATS SUITS HATS DRESSES Skirts Sweaters Raincoats HOSIERY Picturtsqut and Vision In Brokui Sl»* and Colon Vo/u«« to $7.65 Pah 2 $100 59* - '1 NO EXCHANGES - NO REFUNDS FEINBERG'S THE FASHION SHOP

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