Page Two - Elythavina (Arl;.) Courier Wew» - gawray, 'Aprt », — Society News — GUnna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 Miss Brogdon, Earl Crofford Are Married Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Bfogdon announce th e marriage of their daughter, Miss Alice Estclle, and Earl Monroe Crofford, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Monroe Crofford of Newport. The wedding was solemnized Saturday, Jan. 22 at First Bap- ist Church in Newport by the Rev. Leslie M. ftiherd, pastor. Miss Sheila Ann Ridell and Richard Allen Boyles of Newport attended the couple. • ON TEEVEE SUNDAY-The Rockie Smith dancers will be seen on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour Sunday, at 4:30 on Channel 3. The group taped the show in Hollywood earlier this year and a March appearance on the network show was pre-empted by a news special. (Courier News Photo) Miss Copeland Hosts YWA Miss Janey Copeland was hostess to the Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist .Church Thursday evening at her home. The meeting was called to order by Miss Copeland and minutes of the previous meeting were read by Lynn Friday. Linda uarson discussed the next community missions project after which Kay Wilson took charge of the program and read the prayer calendar. Closing prayer was. led by Sandy Wahl. Dr. Johnson To be Honored Dr. I. R. Johnson of Blytheville will be honored with a breakfast during the annual convention of the Arkansas Medical Society to be held in Hot Springs May 1-4, as a member of the Fifty Year Club. Qualifications of the club include each member to be a physician, a member of the Arkansas Medical- Society and have practiced medicine continuously for fifty years. The breakfast is given annually to members of the.club by the Arkansas Medical Society. Served with Appetizer Salad Vegetables Drink & Dessert BILL OF FARE For Sunday, April 24 IRISH ROAST BEEF SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN BROILED PERCH EN NEWBERG HUNGARIAN PORK CHOPS SHRIMP CREOLE CHICKEN CHOP SUEY w/CHINESE NOODLES 1.75 We Specialize In Fine Steaks • Sea Foods - Prime Rib Phone PO 3-8T68 For Reservations Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 Guests Present Program at ADK Meeting Alpha delta Kappa held Its April meeting Thursday evening at the Rustic Inn. A dessert course was served preceding the meeting. Guests attending were Capt. and Mrs. Leonard Striltmatter of Blytheville Air Force Base and' Miss Mary Tom Stephenson, a past recipient of the ADK scholarship. In keeping with the month's theme 6n international affairs, Capt. and Mrs. Strittmatter, who formerly lived in Spain, had charge of the program. Captain Strittmatter showed a film on Spain and t&ld of his ji b aii\,iiu*.u n«~ -W- —[ iljin UN Oucllll *HU lum ui. mo The bride was graduated frbm' travels in Eur6pe. Mrs. Stritt- Blytheville High School and at- matter, i native Of Madrid, then tended Arkansas State Teachers demonstrated a Spanish dance College, Conway. wearing a native flamenco cos- Mr. Crofford was graduated from Newport High School and is presently a student at Arkansas State Teachers College. The newlyweds will be at home in Conway while Mr. Crofford continues his studies. Clubs Meet For Bridge Mrs. Harry Churchwell was hostess to Down One Bridge Club this week. A guest was Mrs. Ed Ertel. In afternoon games, winners were Mrs. David McWherter, high; Mrs. Bert Phillips, second, and Mrs. Jack Rinehart, bridge. Mrs. McWherter will host the club next week. tume. Mrs. Maxine Halstead. presided over the business meeting and announced that Miss Donna Dew of Luxora will be awarded the ADK scholarship this year. The next meeting will be a dinner meeting, May 5, ?t the Rustic Inn. Hostess will be Mrs. Lucille \Vils6n. New officers for the coming year will be installed. iBits of New: I J /' s moMif personal | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiKiiNiiiiniiiii Gary Ellis is reported to be improving following surgery Sunday in the Methodist Hospital in Memphis . Mr. and Mrs. Don Coulter of Nashville, Ark., 'are parents of a son, John David. The couple have two other sons, Nate and Rob. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer. Mrs. Don Smith returns today after spending the past week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Lamb, Mr. Lamb and daughter in Fayetteville. Mrs. Avis Bratcher has returned from a visit with her daughter in Clarksville, Term. Horner Smith leaves M6nday for advanced training in insurance with State Farm Insurance Co., at Murfreesboro, Tenn. He'll return next Saturday. Entertaining Friday Aftefnon Club yesterday at a luncheon was Mrs. James C. Guard. Invited as guests were Mr*. inviiea as guesia WCIB »i!». rranK, pastor. C. D. Clark and Mrs. Riley | Throughout the campaign, de*"-- partments of the school will leature the "theme. "Follow Truth," with a different major doctrine of the church being stressed each Sunday. Scripture memorization will also be a feature of the seven- Sunday drive. A THOU6HT TO REMEMBER By MM. Buddy Howard How and when can one label a person a success pi- failure? For example, do you remember who said, "I do the very best I know how, the very beat I can: and I mean to keep doing so" . . .? The man who authored that creed had many heartbreaking reverses. In his time, many classed him a f alure. His record showed a business failure in '31 . . defeated for Legislator in '32 . . another business failure in '33 . . elected to Legislature in '34 . . his sweetheart died in '35 . . he had a nervous breakdown in '36 . . defeated for Speaker in '38 . . defeated for Elector in "40 . . again defeated for Congress in '43 . . finally elected to Congress in '48 but then defeated for the Senate in '55. Finally, in '60, he was elected PRESIDENT! A failure? NO. A success? Certainly. Who was the man who lived through the frustrations, the despair of so many defeats? Who was the man who proved, there is no such thing as lasting defeat for one who strives to succeed? The immortal Abraham Lincoln! . . . MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL SERVICE. WINNER-Selected by Set* Sigma Phi as this year's recipient of the .Arizona Norman Memorial Scholarship of $250 is Miss Peggy Louise Aycock, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Aycock. Alternates are first, Linda Kay Cockrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cockrell, and second, Pamela Ann Fowler .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fowler. Church Begins Loco I Campaign Sunday SchodI members of First Assemblies of God Church began their annual Loyalty Campaign last Sunday as part of a national program of the Assemblies of God to emphasize perfect attendance. Its aim is to increase the average attendance at the local church, according to Rev. A. J. Jones. In afternoon games, winners were Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. Vernon Thomas- ion. Next hostess will be Mrs. Bob Logan. Newcbfners Bridge Club rrtet for an organizational meeting Thursday with Mrs. Roland Fletcher serving as hostess., Game winners were Mrs. Kenneth Swan and Mrs. Lloyd Pullum. Next hostess, on May 13 will be Mrs. John Kirksey. Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. R. A. Nelson were Invited as guests when Friday Bridge Club met with Mrs. M. J. Cuadra. Winners were Mrs,. Cuadra, Mrs. Blan Heath and Mrs. B6b Warren. Mrs. Ben Harpole will host the club next week. If y6u want really coarse sugar for sprinkling over cookies dough, just crush some cubes of sugar with a rolling pin. Coming Events Monday American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 8 o'clock in the Little Hut. Christian Woman's Fellowship of First Christian Church will , meet for luncheon and pro| gram at the church. ' Gosnell EH Club will meet. 97th Field Maintenance Wives will meet at the Service Club at 7 p.m. Yarbro PTA will meet at the school. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 will meet at 2148 Edwards at 7:30 .m. Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at the IOOF Hall at 7:30 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU will meet. Coin Collectors will meet in the South Sea room of Hotel Noble. The junior club meeting begins at 6:30 and the senior meeting -st 7:30. . .— .._-.. _. Explorer Post 104 will meet j pie and coffee were serve'. at 6:30 at First Methodist Church. Boy Scout Troop 104 will meet at 7:30 at First Methodist Church. Master Point Game Played A master, point game was played when Officer's duplicate Bridge League met Wednesday evening at the Officer's Club. North • south winter, were first, Mrs. FOy Etchieson and Mrs. S. E. Tune; second, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E.. Black, and third, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs King Tetley. East - west winners included first, Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. Charles Langston; second, Capt. and Mrs. John Pennington, and third, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. A farewell party in honor of Capt. and Mrs. John Lesieutre was given following bridge games. , , After the league presented the Lesieutres with a farewell gift, Guests Attend Chapter Party Entertaining Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi with a beatnik party Tuesday, eve ning were Mrs. Lila Chapmen : hostess at her home, and Mrs Edrie Gaines, co-hostess. Guests attending were Mrs Joe Davis, Mrs. 0. M. Mitchell Mrs. Lloyd Pullum and Mrs Curtis Corder. In card games, winners wen Mrs. Corder, canasta; Mrs. Pul lum, bridge, and Mrs. Linda Kenner, bridge. The prize for the best costume was won bj Mrs. Bernice Bowen. Members were reminded o Founder's Day meeting of the sorority which is to be hel" April 26 at the Goff Hotel. Registration Is Tuesday Calvary Baptist Kindergarten will hold registration f6r the fall term Tuesday, April 26 from 2 until 4 o'clock in thi kindergarten room of t h church.' Parents who will be unable t attend registration should ca Mrs. John Lamb at PO 3-1611 o PO 2-2326. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Tintfl Today "OUR MAN FLINT" Sun. - Mon. - Tuc. WpHlAlPREN JuCllH Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OPEN SUNDAY M & R BRACKIN CAFE 3rd and Railroad — Building Formerly Occupied by Boon* Cleaners MENU MEAT CHICKEN & DRESSING SMOTHERED STEAK BAKED HAM & RAISIN SAUCE VEGETABLES — CHOICE OF THREE CHEAM POTATOES-WHITE BEANS-BUTTERED CORN GREEN BEANS-YAMS-ASPARAGUS-SLAW PLATE LUNCH 75c Last Time Today "A RAGE TO LIVE' AND "BATTLE OF THE WORLDS" Sun. - Mon. - Tue. "IT'S A MAD MAD MAD WORLD" Also E.H.C MEETING NOTES Mrs. Ruby Beeth was hostess to Lost Cane EH Club Wednesday at her home. Mrs. J. R. Dobbs, president, called the meeting to order Following a group song, Mrs. Ros- alec Williams gave the devotional. Roll call and minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Jimmy Bougher, secretary. The program on "Add Beauty to Your Home," was presented by Mrs. Albert Dixon. A report on "Safety with Medicine" wa« given by Mrs. Bougher. The meeting closed with the EH creed, after which the hostess served refreshments. Advance Re>emtione Room Service StrinualBt Foal 14 Hour Swttehbotrd Biby Bed* Children under 12 Jtan FREE when ulnr. Adult Accommodation* VISIT OUR ROYALCOACH RESTAURANT SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER ADULTS $1-95 CHILDREN $1-00 4 p.m. 'til 12 midnight IT'S OPEN The Knight Room Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. ,,,,,,.,.»••••»••«•«•««••••»«•••»•••••••••*•• LAST TIMI TODAY 'OUR MAN FLINT"— with James Coburn Sun. • Mon. - Tues. - Weds. B*clt hone she couldn't qrr The swiwj of ir...buT im PAINS Slit WAS AN OvCRliqltT SfNSATiONi AfW-MRGRET EDIE MAMS • CHUB EYERETT.22SJOHN McGiB COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THOSE CAIXOWAYS - Bryan Keith «nd Vcra Miles TROUBLE WITH ANGELS - H»yltj Mills PROMISE HER ANYTHING - Leslie C»ron * Warren Be«ty HARPER — Paul Newmtn & Lauren Bacall A MAN COULD GET KILLED — James Garner THE RARE BREED — James Stewart A Maureen O'Hara SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •t*****************************************?* SATURDAY Triple Feature "S PARTY" * UR1MMUI - >, umr nciutu comma* First Feature Starts At 7:15 p.m. Second Feature At 8:30 Third Feature At 9:30 SUN. * MON. Double Feature "lonijCurite""* Natalie wood Henry Fonda Lauren Bacall Mel Ferrer First Feature At 7; 75 SUE P«llS» mi EWAKO CVWOT H TCCHNKOIOII* fnm WMNH BKOi in Second Feature At 9:00 WATCH TO* MUSE ACADEMY AWAED WINNING HC- TORES eoBtlnt to STAXTOZ DWVI IN. 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