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BLYTHEY1LLB (ARK.) COURIER SATURDAY, MARCH 10,I** ^ Mto MINI* - Society News - • AIM MtJlory, Society Editor ' _"*"* 1-4441 Mrs. Williams, Ralph Nichols Present Woman's Club Program Mrs W Marion Williams reviewed the book, "An Episode of Sparrows," by Rumer Godden, and Ralph Nichols presented a piano solo yesterday for the Woman's Club program. The business session was presided^ . — by M«. Philip Deer »t which „ . - *-• ~ h Miss Mullms Honored with Linen Shower ovw wy •«*»•« * »•«"*• — -•-•- — — time it w«* announced that the club ha« tt paid member.. Thcee present voted to giye » donation to assist an orphaned boy Jrom Mississippi County with high school graduation expense*. The club also roted to sponsor a U8O <J»n« »n* plant were made for serrin* the Key Club banquet. A nominating committee, compose* of Mn. C. 0. Redman, Mrs. JTcTcwschin and Mrs. H. C. Bush, was appointed. Mrs. Ben Cavin wa* winner of the door priae awarded. Chairman o{ tttt hottesses lor the 1 pm. covered-dish luncheon was Mrs. Biley Adam*. Assisting her were Mrs. T. J. Barnes, Mrs. Floyd HaraHon, Mr.. Lee Stile*, Mrs. Jodie Sabers, Mrs. Joe Ev»ns, Mrs. E. T. Blomeyer, Mrs. 8. C. Owens and Mr.. Harold Eggensperger. They used arrangements of spring flowers for their table decoration*. Day St. Patrick's Theme Used At Club 28 A 8t Patrick's Day theme was used Thursday night for the Club 26 monthly dinner-dance when Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Borurn, Mr. and Mrs Freeman Robinson and Mr. and MM. E. M. Huffman were hosts. Table decorations of rshamrocks •ad paper hati filled with spring flowers were used. Ouutc of *b« club were Mr*. Carroll Blakemore, Mr. .and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, . Mr; and Mrs. Jerry Hord, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, Mr and' Mrs. W. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. J. ». Man »nd Mr. and Mri. Yernon Miller. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F Norrit, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoblnion, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoy, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stout, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley. Immanuel BaptistWMU Has Programs Women's Missionary Union of Immanuel Baptist Church at Half Moon held a special program each day this week at the church in observance of Lottie Moon Week of Prayer. An average attendance of IS has been present at each program. Mrs. Claude Duncan served as program chairman and Mrs. Charlie Watkins, devotional chairman. A special program at the church last night conclueded the week of activities. Miss Betty Ann Mullins, bride- elect of Donald Rice, was complimented last night with a linen shower at the home of Mrs. C. S. Alexander on East Main Street. As guests arrived, they placed their gifts on a table which held an all-white floral, bridal arrangement. Placed at the side of this bouquet was a miniature wedding party- To complete decorations in the entertaining rooms silver wedding bells outlined with pink and silver lacelon were used. Miss Mullians wore a slate blue taffeta princess style frock featuring a portrait neckline and bouffant skirt. She wore black accessories and was presented a white chrysanthemum corsage. Special guests ai me party were Mrs. Ott Mullians and Mrs. L. I. Rice, mothers of the engaged couple. In bridal contests played during the evening Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mrs. Allen Bushing were winners. The hostess served party foods and Hawaiian punch following the opening of the gifts. Bits of News MARRIED -Mr. and Mrs. Mack Burrus are shown following their recent marri age at the Baptist Church in Caruthersville . Mrs. Burrus is the former Linda Taylor, daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor, and Mr. Burrus is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Senator. Burrus, all of Car- utheraville. Two of Friday Bridge Clubs Conduct Games Two of the Friday bridge club* conducted games yesterday. Friday Contract Club played at the home of Mrs. Loy Welch with one guest, Mrs. Cleo Langston, present. Mrs. Welch won high score and Mis. George pollock, second high and bridgo. Jonquils and japonica were used by the hostess to decorate for the dessert-bridge. Mrs. James Roy was hostess to Friday Club members and two guests, Mrs. Phil Deal and Mrs. Bl»n Heath; She used Easter novelities and bouquets, of hyacinths and jonquils for decorations. Bridge winners were Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Harman Taylor. A dessert course preceded the games. Coming Events SATURDAT Variety Club having, .monthly dance »t Hotel Noble, 9 p.m. Mr. and Mr«. John Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson are host*. MONDAY Group! of First Christian Church meeting. Hope Group meeting with Mrs. D. C. Freeman, 117 East Davis, 2 p.m. Faith Group meeting with Mrs. M. FitzEimmons, J p.m. Charity Group being entertained by Mrs. C. C. Denton at home of Mrs. George Cross, 8 p.m. WMU of First Baptist Church meeting at church for mission program at 1030 a.m. A luncheon will be held at noon and the concluding program will begin at 1 p.m. Circles of Presbyterian Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. Johnny Marr, 2:30 p.m. Circle Two with Mrs. J. B. Fisher, 824 North First, 1 p.m. Circle Three with Mrs. T. J. Mahan. 2 p.m. Circle Four with Mrs. S. E. Tune, 2 p.m. Circle Five and Mrs. Russell Mosley, 8 p.m. Circle Si* with Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., 8 p.m. Circle Seven with Mrs. Margaret Mahan Bell, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Love Group meeting with Mrs. Bill EUder, 8 p.m. GIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Blytheville Chapter Number 37» Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. D»\e Brilfi. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tuesday Canuta Club meeting •with Mri. L. O. OW. Tuesday Brldfe Club meeting with Mn. C. E. Crigger, Jr. Charlevoht Chapter of DAR me«t- ln| at Hotel Noble, 1 pjn. Mrs. C. B. Woodson and Mn. Stmuel F. Norril are hosl«sM«. Officer! Wives Olub hsvinj monthly luncheon - m«Unt al Country Club, 11:10 p.m. WEDNESDAY Yarbro FTA m«»Unf at I p.m precKlwl by iMcuUir* bocrt mutt- me. l:J» P.m. •• T»w» *nd Country Glut mMtinc with Mn. O. O. CHU4U1. Club Heht mwttnt with Mri. m 0. fiMUwr. N Brktf* CM mwUnt with Charles Ray Hull, student at Hendrix College, is the weekend guest of hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. Mis* Martha Bean, also a student at Hendrix, and Miss Doris Bean, student at Ole Miss, are the weekend guests of their mother, Mrs. Fred Bean. Mrs. Mino F. Dover, daughter Carol Ann, son David and Louis Davfe are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wade of Fulton, Ky., will be weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and, Mrs. R. L. Wade and Mr. and MfST Ott Mullins. Miss Betty Ann Mullians and Don Rice are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend have a & their guests their grandchildren, Michael and Mischa Friend, of Oxford, Miss. Mrs. Friend motored to Oxford Wednesday to .spend the day with her son, R'. A. Friend and Mrs. Friend and brought the children home with her for a visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brooks ana infant daughter have returned to their home in San Diego, Calif, after, a visit here with his grand mother, Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson, and other relatives and in Steele as guests of Mrs. Brooks' mother. Mr«. Glenn Teague and Mrs. El mer Norman returned, last nigh from Atlanta, Qa., where they went to pick-up the new 1956 Cadillac which Mrs. Teague won in a contest sponsored by the Kay- Townes Antenna Company. '..^B^ -j — — - Mr and Mrs. Oeorge Anderson I white prayer book decorated witn and sons have a» weekend guests stephanotis and white orchids, his parents,'Mr. and Mrs. Frank I White lace streamers dotted with and his brothers, John, I bridal bows fell from the book. Charles and Ronald Anderson of| Miss Ann Taylor, the bridge's sis Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Burrus, Miss Taylor Exchange Vows in Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE —. Miss Linda Taylor, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Taylor of Caruthersville, was recently married to Mack Burrus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Senator Burrus of Caruthersville, in a double-ring ceremony attended only by Mrs, J. W. Turner. Chapter D PBO meeting &t home of Mrs. R. A. Porter for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Harold Bggensperger is co-hostess. TLE Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Hodge.. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. R. H. Kirby. families and close friends : The Rev. Guy Magee, pastor of the Baptist church read the vows In the church, which was decorated with baskets of white gladioli. Miss Taylor, who wore a navy blue silk shantung ensemble with white accessories, was given in marriage by her father. She carried a . . -. _. returned to their home in Trenton, Term., after a visit here with their daughter, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Jr., and family. Mrs. O. S. Crowell and daughter Barbara of Little Rock, former Blytheville residents .are weekend guests of Mr.- and Mn. George Wiggs and other friends. Miss Sally O'Quin of New Orleans is the weekend guest of Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd. Miss O'Quin and Miss Byrd were formerly roommates at Ole Miss. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr., and daughter Pattye of Jackson, Miss.; will be weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer. P»ttye will remalp for a week's visit with, her grandparents. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies are spending the weekend in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Trombla of Lincoln, Nebr., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Mr. and Mrs. Trombla were en route to their home in Lincoln following a southern vacation. Mr and Mr.. E. J. Edwards Jr., of Kansas City, Mo., will arrive today to visit her mother, Mrs. J. M. Stevens Sr., and her brother, John Stevens Jr., and family. While here they will also visit Mr. Edwards' sister, Mrs. Harvey Kidd, and fam- and lub to Be Organized Here A Business and Professional Wo men's Club will be organized here tomorrow afternoon at a meeting at the Cotton Bowl Cafe at 3 p.m. icr was m«iu «» " •• Mlss Fannie Bearden of Tuck, e l Pike was best man. Miss Virginia erman. president of the state fed- ter, was maid of honor. Howard Ann White was the 'organist. nn W was e orga. ^.m*.!.-. ... — — ------- ---- - -------The couple went to the Ozarks nal Women's Clubs, will be here for a short wedding trip. Mr. Burrus is stationed with the Air Force at Shreveport, La. Oscar Hardaway Mrs. Roleson Bridge Winners Thursday night the Duplicate Bridge League played a five-table Howell movement with O. O. Hardaway and Mrs. Jim Eoleson as first place winners with 10 points. Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Marianna and Mrs. Dick White were second .with 65'A points and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mi's. Eussell Phillips were third with 62 points. Those stretchy stockings now come in pretty pastels to harmonize with your spring clothes and shoes. ily. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Peeple announce the birth o( a son March 2. The baby has been named Ronald Edward. Mi's. Peeples is the former Katherine Golding. . Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission lac & 35e At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature HERBERT J-VATES r RAYMII1AND _AND — Serial "Sea Hound" No. 12 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY ouv HUM NOVAK METRO NEWS AND CARTOON $125 SUNDAY $125 DINNER 1 1 APPETIZERS Home Made Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Baked Chicken with Sage Dressing Roast Sirloin of Beef Breaded Veal Cutlets CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Blue Lake Green Beans Baked Macaroni AuGratin Buttered Brussel Sprouts Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Garden Salad DESSERT Apple Cobbler Sundoy Speciol -1 Day Only! Filet Mignon 5100 With French Friei & Solod • Child's Plate Dinner - 50c DRIVE-IN •lytlurillt'* Fovorit* Eating Place Tri-Gra-Y. Groups Entertained Two groups of the Tri-Qra-Y were entertained with pwties thi» week. Wednesday afternoon Mary Oay Nelion entertained the Lange Tn- Gra-Y girls with an indoor picnic it her. home on Walnut Street. Bach girl brought a picnie lunch ind M»ry.Oay provided iced drinks. Those present, were Linda Barnett, Tony Spain, Carol Sue Burnham, Linda Lowe, .Paula Hutson, Linda Fisher, Patsy Fulkerson, Jean Ooolaby, Jean Baughman and Joyce Short and Dorothy Thome. Terry Rainwater was a visitor. At First Christian Church Mon- dav afternoon, fifth grade Central Tr'i-Gra-y had a St; Patrick's Day party with Anne Robinson, Lana Green and Patsy Gurno as hostesses. The games were in charge o Patsy Gurno with prizes in the con tests going to Anne Robinson am Charlotte Mathenia.. Club members- enjoying the party were Diane Turner, Carolyn Marshall, Lana Green, Judy W°rland Martha Jo Brogdon, Linda Kay Riggs, Charlotte Mathenia, Jodie Johson, • Marietta Graves, Lan Green, Anne Robinson and Carolyn Gurno. Betty Gurno was a guest of th group of which Mrs. Ted Johnson is the • advisor. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Eva Marie Phillips, city. . Mrs. Jimmy Anderson, city. Alfred Clyde Turner, city. Chiokasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jerrie Flanagan, city. Jimmy Heflin, Cooler. Jimmy Gavins, Dell. Mrs. Earl Powers and baby Cooter. Dismissed: . eration of Business and Professio- to help organize the club. Also here for the organization will be Mrs. Stella Allen, Miss Fonteen Simmons and Mrs. Willie Evans. The purpose of this club is to make better women for a changing business world. All business and professional women in Blytheville are invited to attend tomorrow. Gorlie Usrey Celebrates Fourth Birthday Corlie Usrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Dsrey, celebrated her fourth birthday Thursday when iV^io'ul^^e're "D"rMen£d'"by~Mrs her mother.invited 30 children to . f^'™ Sf Donna'su Walls Hospital Mrs. Clifton L. Patton and baby Rt. 3, city. Rosie B. Coleman and baby, Ar morel. Veda Foster, Manila. , Mrs. Toney Tucker, city. Mrs. Schultz Gives Supper ForGosnellGA's Mrs. Gene Schultz, counselor Gosnell Baptist Girl's Auxiliarj entertained eight members, on new member, Shirley Middieton and one visitor, Mildred Priest with a spaghetti supper at. he home last night. Following the supper imaginar, trips to Cuba, Alaska, Arizona an party. Favors were given to those present and birthday party foods were served. Reno Courier New. Classified Arts , , Via, Sue Sparks and Diane Wrigh Betty Guthrie led repeating r the watchword and allegiance wit Diane Baker giving the secretary' report. Closing prayer was give! by the hostess. 'Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre" • TONIGHT 10:30 p.m. 'SUN. •MON. •-TUB. UNPRECEDENTED WARNER BROS. TALENT SEARCH BIG SUCCESS! Year-long, world-wide quest unearthed two brilliant .new stars to play Helen and Paris in multi-million dollar production of MCHJEMAS as Paris, whose love for Helen stt the Ate of Titans tflime! ROSSANA TOOESTA as Helen, thefKCttwt launched 1000 ships! I TUTT \ ' 1-VNVbPW -*J1 »' ^ CINEMASCOPE ...WARNERCOLOR ^ROSSANAPODESTA.^ JACK SERNAS «p»ri, - SIRCEDRIC MRDWICKE STANLEY BAKER • NIAU, M«cOINNB • ROBOT DOUGLAS • TOWN THATCHER JOHN TWIST^HUGHGRAY-MMcuoirROBERT WISE EXCHANGE OWS — Mr. nd Mrs. James lenry Johnson r., are shown ollowing their marriage o n Harch 2 in Bi- iiopville, S. G. Irs. Johnson the former A i s s Bettye ou Clouse, a'ughter o f Mr. a'n d Mrs. ohn Clouse r., of Blythe- ille. Mr. Johnon is the son f Mr. and Mrs. ohnson Sr., of Manning, S.C. Marriage of Miss Bettye Clause To James H. Johnson Is Announced 'Mr. and Mrs. John Clouse, ST., of Blytheville have an- lounced the marriage of their daughter, Bettye Lou, to.James Henry Johnson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Johnon, Sr., of Manning, S. C. The Rev. William R. Bouknight itficiated at the double ring cere- nony on March 2 at 10 a. m. in he studio of radio station WAGS Bishopville, • S. C., where Mr. ohnson is now employed. The .bride, given in marriage by ohn Martin, wore a powder blue uit with black accessories. She toned a white orchid at her houtder. . . Mrs. David Rhame and Mrs. Ron- Id Kelley provided pre-nuptlal rmsic. Following the reception the cou- >le left''on a short, honeymoon and .re now at home at 200 South Main Street in Bishopville. • Mr. Johnson was graduated from Manning High School and Keegan's School of Radio and Television in Memphis. He was formerly em- ployed at KLCN. , Mrs. Johnson attended Blytheville 'High School where she .was a member of the Future Homemalter. of America. She also belonged t« the Kainbow Girls. NCO Wives Club to Meet At Church Officers Monday Non - Commissioned Wives Club will meet night at First Christian Church, Sixth and Main. The meeting will be held at 1 p. Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY IDMUND OIAINOIK B08Y (Ml SHELlfY I GI18E8T THE TREASURE OF PANCHOJ PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Saturday Midnight Show Starts 11:30 p.m. — Admission 50e to Everyone FEMALE "DEVIL'S ISLAND':.. the plac* nobody know! •xc>pt th nobody wants! «, CAROLE MATHEWS • BEVERLY MICHAELS AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE I PMY KNUOSEN • TOM DRAKE SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and B« Our Guest to See "Forever Darling" FIRST BIG COMEDY OF 1956 * Lucy and Desi have never been funnier b ALL NEW! IN COLOR! M-G.-M presents • LOUIS WLHERN t ZIIHI PiodutllM). IK. Piclm • FHmri In HoUymrf * On* Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koontz PARAMOUNT HEWS AND CARTOON

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