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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1955 Miff Millie Ann Mallory; Society Editor News — Phone 3-4461 Special Emphasis Month Is Designated for Wesleyan Guild Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. .Kemp Whisenhunt last night with Mrs. W. W. Peek as co-hostess. Mrs. C. J. <rown was In charge of the program, "The Family," and Mrs. W. A. Anderson gave the devotional. '" • ThoM taking parts on the program were Mrs. Peek, Mrs: Frank Ashby and Mrs. Ira Gray. MM. Oorge Wiggs was in charge of the business session and Mra Harold Eggensperger dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments of coffee and cake were served by the hostesses in the social hour. This month has been designated M Wesleyan Service Guild month in Methodist Churches throughout the United States. The guild is a branch of the Women's Society of Christian Service Calvary Baptist WMS Meets In Members' Homes Circles of the women's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church met in homes yesterday. Circle'One met with Mrs. Claud. „ Rowland. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Kenneth Wardlaw. Bibte study was given by Mrs Rowland. Mrs. Ona Peeples conducted the business session. Mrs. Carra Prultt dismissed the group •with prayer. Circle Two met with Mrs. I. J Gregg, Mrs. Nora Lunsford opened the meeting with prayer. Bible study was given by Mrs. L. C. Johnese and Mrs. Fred Philbrook conducted the business session. Mrs. J. H. Melton dismissed the group. 'Under Cover Story Howard Fike, a senior at Missouri University, spent the holidays here visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Fike. James Michael Hayden, seaman apprentice in the United, States Navy, left by train Friday afternoon for his home port of Newport, R. I. With the sixth fleet, he will o from there to overseas duty to Europe, "Mike" spent two weeks visiting here with his mother, Mrs. Bil Hayden. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lyell and fam- ly spent the Christmas weekenc n Nashville, Tenn., visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Book and amily spent Christmas flay in Maiden visiting relatives. Mrs. Juanita Sheaffer, the former Miss Juanita Stable of Ca- ruthersvllle, spent the holidays here visiting with various friends ncluding Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cunningham. The local DeMolay Chapter gathered about 15 bushel baskets of oys for needy families at Christ- nas time. The toys were dfstribut- d with baskets of food donated by he Caruthersville Masonic Lodge. The Caruthersville Junior Chamber of Commerce has selected Mary Ann Walker's "I Speak for Send 25 cents today for your I Democracy" speech to be entered copy of our pattern catalog, Basic in the national "I Speak for FASHION. The fall and winter '54 issue is filled with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. ! 8157' \ 32-46 By Sue Burnett Here's a pretty, well fitting slip and pantie set that is sew-easy. Make slip with lace top or all monotone. Pattern No. 8157 is in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. 46. Size 34, slip, 3!/2 yards of 25-inch: l'/ a yards lace; panties 1!^ yards. For this pattern, send 30c irr COINS. your name, address, size' desired, and the PATTERN NUM. BEE to Sue Burnett, Blytheville. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. and was formed on May 7, 1921, /or the working women of the church. Since the time of its organization the membership has tripled. Gaining membership i» the purpose of this special recognition of the group. A special bulletin saluting this group will be published by the church here and the Rev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor of the church, will place special emphasis toward the organization in one of hte January sermons. Devotional Program Held ByWSCS Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church conducted a business and devotional program yesterday. . i Group singing opened the meeting. Mrs. J. W. Adams accompanied the group at the piano. Mrs. K. B. Stout gave the opening prayer and a devotional on "The Family," and Mrs. Alex Shelby gave a devotional on "The Home." The business session was presided over by Mrs. L. E. Old and the closing prayer was led by Mrs. G. W. Pyles. Royal Service Program Held At Meeting of Baptist WMU There w^re 55 members of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church present yesterday when a potluck luncheon and Royal Service program was held. Mrs. Kendall Berry presided* over the business session Which! was opened with repeating of the watchword and singing the song of the year. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. Hays Sullivan acted as secretary. A special offering for Nancy Cooper, who is going to attend the world alliance, was taken. A program on "Pointing the Chosen People to the Way," was under the direction of Mrs. Harold Davis and Mrs. R. L Davis gave the devotional which was followed with prayer, by Mrs. Lloyd Stlck- non. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, Mrs. O. M. Smart, Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Mrs, Davis. Myra Booker Celebrates Birthday Myra Frances Booker, who was nine years old last Friday, was honored with a birthday party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Upton Booker. Prizes for games played during the afternoon were awarded to Paul Long, Patsy Montgomery Barbara Scrapes, Ronnie Goff ant Janet Scrapes. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were enjoyed by the ten guests present. Woman's Group Of Episcopal Church Meets Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met at the Parish House last night for a business meeting. Mrs. E. J. Cure presided over the business session when reports were given by various committee chairmen and plans were discussed for the state convention to be held at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Hot Springs, Jan, 25 and 26. The devotional and closing pray> er were given by Miss Mary Hallmark. Caruthersville News Democracy" contest. Mary Ann is a junior at Caruthersville High School. reui MiiHDir JMOI iron GREATEST SALE OF THE YEAR OFFERS YOU TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON SHOES FOR JHE ENTIRE FAMILY ' NOW IN PROGRESS Coming Events Tuesday Exempler Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Virginia Davis, 404 E. Ky. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Miss Melba Pryor, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lee Doyle is co- hostess. Blytheville p^becca and Oddfel- lows Lodge having joint installation and potluck supper, 7 p. m. 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 CIB Bridge Club. Eastside Garden Club meets with Mrs. Lee Hill with Mrs. B. A. Copeland, co-hostess. Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. F. E. Black. Garden Department of Womens' Club meets 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 lunch- m. Mrs. Coleman Stevens entertains LaNeuve Bridge Club at Country Club. Lottie Moon TWA meets with Miss Barbara Sawyer. GEO Club meets with MrE. Harold Davis. Mrs. Felix Carney entertains Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stlres and Mrs. Don S. Packnett are leaving in the morning for Phoenix, Ariz, and El Centre, Calif., where they will visit relatives. Prom there, they will go to San Francisco, Calif., where Mrs. Packett will board a liner for Tachikawa Air Force Base, Japan, to join her husband, Lt. Packnett. Dr. Rose Alba Meade and sister, Helen, of Memphis were the weekend guests of Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. Mrs. Zoa Thompson and Mr/ and Mrs. Punk Willis left yesterday for Jacksonville, Fla., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson, anrt other points of interest in Florida. Misses Laura Alice Hemby and Jo Alice McGuire .and Warren McClure and Ray Clause left yesterday for the University of Arkansas where they are students. Mrs. Baker Wilson is undergoing treatment at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She is in Room 267. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs.' B. T. Worthy and Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Trimue were in Marked Tree Sunday to attend a family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Worthy. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham spent the weekend in Little Rock visiting Mrs. W. T. Morrow. Joyce Adams and Joy Shown of Monticello Baptist Bottom Orphanage spent the past week here visiting in the home-of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. They were returned to Monticello Sunday by Mrs. Blankenship and daughters, Monya and Deenya. Hugh Tyrone, a student at Arkansas A. & M., and Mrs. John Tyrone accompanied them. Kay Crafton, a student at Mississippi Southern College, was un•able to return to school yesterday due to a throat infection and 'flu. She is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crafton, on Holly. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Barber and son of Lawrence, Kans., have returned to their home after spending the holidays here with Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty. They were motored home by George Dillahunty due to the fact Mr. Barber was stricken with virus pneumonia while here. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kahalley of Mobile, Ala., announce the birth of a daughter', Dec. 27. The baby, who has a brother, Stephen, has been named Patricia Michaele. Mrs. Kahalley is the former Amelia Saliba. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Ida Sherrod. Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Bobby Skelton, Rt. 2. city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Tommy Smith, city. WHAT NO DIET KITCHEN?—You're bedridden in a hospital. You want to wwh up. Do you ring tor a nurse to'bring basin and water? tfot it you have one o« these new push-button bedi, just unveiled at Stanford University Hospital in San Francisco. As the patient in the photo premc a button, a wash basin, completely connected by flexible pipe with the water supply comw up at left. Other buttons will bring forth such comforts as automatic knee, arm and back support!, built-in flush-toilet, baby bassinet, stretcher on wheels, bed-oscillating" machinery and built-in scales. The super-gadget was invented by Dr. Marvel Beera, Lot Angeles surgeon. M. O. Vsrey. Friday Mrs. Bob Metcalfe entertains Vendredi Bridge Club. Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Loy Welch. Mate's Actions , • Speak Louder Than Words Just because a man 'has never given his wife any real cause for complaint doesn't mean she can't find a reason for getting into a dither over whether or not he really loves her. Take this letter, for instance. A wife .writes: "I have a husband who really confuses me. He is always content when he is at home. He works six days a week and on Sunday he wants to play ball with the children or do anything else just so long as he can ( . stay at home. 'But he never tells me he loves me. He says, 'I told you I loved you when we were married. I meant it and I still do. I don't see why I have to go around preaching on the same subject nine years .traight.' "Does he really love me and the children — or not?" He may not talk as prettily as Charles Boyer, but he would rather be at home than any place 'in the world. He may not tell you every day that he loves you, but after nine years of marriage he still prefers your company to anyone else's. He may not pet and praise his children, but he gets out and plays ball with them on Sunday when many .fathers prefer to spend the afternoon on the golf course. So quit worrying: about whether or not your husband loves you. Actions speak louder than words. And judging from your husband's behavior he IE a man who not only loves his wife and children but also his home. It is a foolish fancy of the female heart that a man doesn't love a woman unless he is forever telling her so. That is how it happens that a Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Riti it Boxy Program Announcement* LAST TIMES TODAY Clifton WHBB- June AILYSDM irnBACAa-FHiMKMURIl ArteMDAHL-Cornel WHK World PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS & SHORT Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35« At All Times TUBS., WED., & THURS. Double Feature Cartoon "Motor Maniacs" Wed. •Hun. •Fri. ' mowSw WALT** icorrs Tut TAU*MAN' •^ ^^ WARNER BROS, m GlNl WARNCRCOLOR— STEREOPHONIC SOUND .„..«<. REX VIRGINIA GEORGE LAURENCE ROUST DOUCI.M xJiNTwin HENRY BLANKE PARAMOUNT NEWS « CINEMASCOPE SHORT "CONEY ISLAND" Trinity Baptist WMU Meets Women's . Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met at the church yesterday with 19 members and three visitors, Mrs. E. A. Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Blackford and Mrs, Hughes, present. Mrs. R. W. Wooten was in charge of the business session which was opened with repeating of the watchword followed with prayer by Mrs. John Buchanan, The devotional was given by Mrs.-Bill Crocker and Mrs. Herman Adalr and Mrs, Blackford led the closing prayers. Mildred Matthew Circle met at the church with 10 members and one visitor, Mrs. Chester Jenkins, present. woman can have a true and loving husband, and still wish for words of reassurance. Mrs. Gaylord Lewis led the opening prayer and Mrs. Ernest Walker was in charge of the business. Mrs. Davis Gaddis dismissed the group with prayer. Family Reunion Held In Oden Home Here A Jamily reunion was held at th« home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oden Sunday. The table where the guests were seated for dinner was overlaid with a white Irish linen cloth and centered with yellow and white pompoms. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wllllbrand of • Oklahoma City, Thomas Oden of West Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Grant and children of Marked Tree, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Westbrook and children of Bassett.and Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen of Wilson. YarbroWSCS Has Meeting In Tarpley Home Yarbro Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Bailey Tarpley last night. Group singing opened the meeting and Mrs. Carl Burton, assisted by Mrs. Lillian Lloyd, Mrs. Charley Krutz, and Mrs. Paul Abbott was in charge of the program. Repeating of the Lord's Prayer dismissed the group and Mrs. Monroe Besharse conducted the business session. Jh the social hour, refreshments w4re served by the hostess. FastJPleasant Relief for COLDS' ACHES Best You Can Get...ffffmff mrYOUPAif Do As Millions Do... Make SI. Joseph Aspirin Your 1st Choief 200 Ttblers 79t • 100 Tablets 49« • 12 Tablets 104 Zellners January Clearance Sale PRICE The Biggest Savings Yet in Blytheville. FAMOUS BRANDS in LADIES NOVELTY SHOES, CASUALS and SPORT SHOES . . . in all heel heights. The NEW ILLUSION HEEL and high heels in all colors including black, tan, gray, red, brown. DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED . . . Come early and get your right file. SIZES RUN FROM AAA TO C ON MOST STYLES. Sale Starts Wednesday-8:30 A.M. Old Main Trotters Air Steps - - - Air Steps - - - Jolene Jolene American Girl American Girl - Regular -9.98 10.98 10.98 8.98 - 7.98 - - 7.98 - - 6.98 Sale Price - $4.99 - $5.49 - $4.99 - $4.49 - $3.99 -$3.99 - $3.49 (Sntin Stock Hot Included) All Sales Cash & Final - No Exchanges - No Refunds STARTS TOMORROW - 8:30 A. M. ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP BLYTHEVILLE and OSCEOLA

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