The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 28, 1956
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1958 - Society News - life* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor * P h « Phone 3-4461 Harold Taylor Miss Manitzas To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Jim Manitzas of DeRidder, La., announce the engagement and approaching mar. rlage of their daughter, Dorothy Nell, to Lt. Harold Thomas Taylor, son of Mrs. John W. Taylor and the late Mr. Taylor of Blytheville The wedding will take place Sunday, May 6, at four o'clock in the afternoon in the First Methodist Church at DeRidder with the Rev George Pearce, Jr., officiating. Miss Maniteas is a graduate of DeRidder High School and attended Northwestern State Teachers College, Southwestern Louisiana Institute, Meadow Draughon Business College and Southern Methodist University. She was employed for two years at West Louisiana Experiment Station and is presently serving as Army emergency relief clerk in the Adjutant General's office at Camp Polk, La. U. Taylor is a graduate of the Army finance school at Port Benjamin Harrison, Ind. He served 16 months in Korea' and is presently assistant finance officer of the 1 First Armored Division at Fort Polk. Attendants for the wedding have been announced as Mrs. Jean Moore of Shreveport, La., matron of honor; Mrs. Georgia Owens and Mrs. Edna Manitzas of DeRidder and Mrs. Irene Doueas of Opelousas, La., and Miss Mary Taylor of Blytheville, bridesmaids. junior bridesmaids will be. Jane Jacksoa, Calft Sue CUne and Nancy Peters. JoBaya Irvine will be the flower girl and ring bearer will be Dennie Cline. Wayne Taylor of Blytheville will serve his brother as best man. Ushers will be Frank Manitzas. George Houston of DeRidder, Ped Kay, Jr., of Lake Charles and Roger Bain of Fort Polk. Chester Butler and Ned Jackson will be oandlelighters. Providing nuptial music will be Mrs. Dwayne Bardin, vocalist, and James Butler, violinist. Dorine Hawkins Circle Meets Dorine Hawkins Circle of Dell Women'* Missionary Union met Monday night in the home of Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mrs. Cecil Austin, program chairman, gave the devotional,, and Mrs. Smith, the opening prayer. Those on program were Mrs. J. T. Tate, Mrs. Jim. Donahue, Mrs. Paul Gillian. : The business session was in charge of Mrs. Udell Newsbn with Mrs. Ed Hardin giving the closing prayer. BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Dorothy Nell Manitzas, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jim Manitazs of DeRidder, La., will become the bride of Lt. Harold Thomas Taylor, son of Mrs. John W. Taylor and the late Mr. Taylor of Blytheville, in a ceremony to be — solemnized in DeRidder on May 6. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Alice Towles, Manila ChickaSawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jesse Crews, city D. J. Starks, Gobler Mrs. Gene Lanham, city Ricky Cooper, city WUHe Jenkins, Steele . Rosco Crafton, city Thomas Beasley, Steele Osceola Church Has Program, Others Planned The Lepanto High School Choral Group, guest soloists, the Rev Robert W. Reed, pastor of Bassett Presbyterian Church, Billy Frazier of the Osceola First Methodist Church in Osceola and the choir of the First Presbyterian Church in Osceola, presented the Easter cantata, "The Crucifixion," by Sir John Stainer at the Presbyterian Church in Osceola Sunday afternoon. The cantata was directed by D. C. Fowlston, choirmaster, with Mrs. Fowlston at the organ. On Wednesday evening, following the Fellowship supper at the church, a special program, "The Week of Passion in Scripture and Song," will be given by the pastor, the Rev. George T. Faison. Excerpts from Handel's Messiah will provide music for the evening. On Thursday evening at 7:30 will be the pre-Easter observance of the Lord's Supper. The order of worship for this special service will be based on the Reformed Liturgy of the word, sometimes called the "ante-Communion Service," as used early in the history of the Presbyterian Church by Bucer and Calvin. "The Vigil of the Cross" will be the theme of Good Friday observance. During the three-hour period between 12 noon and 3, in which our Lord traditionally hung upon the cross, the sanctuary of the church' will be open for prayer and meditation. Devotional music and scripture reading will be provided for those who would like to take a brief period of time to come by for prayer and meditation. Colonial rooms with interesting fireplaces and windows may look cozy with rich, deep-colored walls and light woodwork. • * • Sprinkle two tablespoons of coconut into each custard cup before pouring in the custard mixture. The coconut custard is a good dessert for winter lunches. And who wouldn't I Here's the light, bright look in pastels, whites, blacks... from plain skimmers to fancy trimmin'j. $/|95 4 \ Wcitlroob t FAMILY SHOE STORE m 312 W. Main ^ MIMM 2-2342 m Members of Cole Ridge Church Have Prayer Meet Members of Cole Ridge Baptist Church held a prayer meeting list night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd - Yancey. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. Betty Payne followed by group singing of "Amazing Grace." Mrs. Lorette Duncan gave the devotional. Chain prayer led by Johnny Payne and closed by Conway Duncan concluded the meeting after which a fellowship hour was held Refreshments of cupcakes and coffee were served. Mrs. Nicholson Entertains Sodalitan Class Sodalitan Class of First Baptist Church With 10 members present met last night at the home of Mrs. Dale Nicholson. Mrs. Bill Woods gave the devotional following prayer by Mrs. Nicholson. Mrs. Edward Peterson presided over the business session. Sentence prayer concluded by Mrs. Frank" McCool dismissed those present and the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Webster Honored on 70th Birthday Mrs. Jennie Webster was honored on her 70th birthday last week with a party at the home of Mrs. Charlie Hughes. Birthday cake and punch were served to the 15 guests who attended the party. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Bits of News John Wilks, who attends University of Tennessee Medical School in Memphis, will spend the weekend here visiting his mother, Mrs. Grace Wilks, Mr. and Mrs. Harpld Pierce of Minneapolis, Minn., will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Purvis. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce are en route home from a vacation in Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. L. M. Burnett accompanied by her son, John David Burnett, spent Sunday in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. R. M. Tatum. who is in a hospital there. Max Hill a.r.d Monya Kay Blankenship, Ole Miss students, will arrive home tomorrow to spend the Easter holiday vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Chester Nabers is a patient in Chickas'awba Hospital. Jo Alice McGuire will arrive iome~ from the University of Arkansas Friday night to be the weekend guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Gene McGuire. Saturday morning Miss McGuire and her parents will be in Memphis to meet George Underhill from Harlengen Air Force Base in Texas.- Mr. Underhill will be the weekend guest of the McGuire family. Mrs. Floyd Hargett is seriously ill in Chicka'sawba Hospital. She is in Room B-l. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yankee spent the weekend in Memphis visiting friends and relatives. Pat Partlow, student at Ole Miss, will arrive home tomorrow to spend the holiday weekend with her parents, Judge and Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Miss Diana May Mead underwent surgery Monday at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Miss Allene Wimberly, student at Southwestern in Memphis, will arrive home tomorrow for a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Mrs. J. D. Williams of Dallas, Tex., was an overnight guest of her sister, Mrs. R. H. Kirby, and Mr. Kirby Monday. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Kirby motored Mrs. Williams to Memphis from where she left to return home. Mrs. Ola Kartsoe, who has been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy W. Woods, for the past three weeks, was admitted to Chlckasawba Hospital yesterday morning. She is in Room B-8. New Bridge Club Organized, Octave Club Plays A new bridge club which plays on Tuesday and is named Contract Club played yesterday at the Country Club With Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., as hostess. , Members of this new club are Mrs. John Ed Regenold, Mrs. Kichard Rose, Mrs. Charles Nick Rose, Mrs. T. E. Geeslln, Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. Charles Mosley, Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Charles Crigger, m. . Winners In the games yesterday were Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Richard Rose. Octave Club members and one guest, Mrs. Boyce Moore, played last night at the home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Mrs. R. A. Gary, Mrs. William Bear and Mrs. Moore were winners in the games. During the evening the hostess served refreshments. I Championship Tournament To BePlayedat Club Plans for the annual championship bridge tournament at Blytheville Country Club were announced today. This tournament is open to all club members, and will be played in two sessions on the nights of April 9 and 10 with sessions to be< gin at 7:30. Silver trophies will b« awarded to winners and on the concluding night a buffet supper will be served preceding the bridge session. Anyone interested in playing in this annual affair may contact Mrs. C. C. Councille for further details. Next Tuesday night, the Bridge League of the club wll! play a masterpoint game and Mrs. Councille suggested that those wishing to play in the tournament could get in a practice session at this game. Last night, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. W. A. Afflick with 62 points won the five • table movement played at the Country Club. Tieing for second place were Mrs Jim Cooper, Mrs. Ruth Edwards, Bernard Qooch and Frank Nelson with .58 points. Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner were tiird with 5Ty 2 points. YarbroHDClub Has Potluck Luncheon Ten members of Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met at the clubhouse yesterday for a potluck luncheon. Mrs. Monroe Besharse and Mrs Elza Wheeler were hostesses. Mrs. Wheeler gave the eye-opener which was a decorated cake. The scripture reading was given by Mrs. Robert Thompson with Mrs. Paul Abbott giving a talk on "Why I Believe in Resurrection." Mrs. Gene McGuire spoke briefly on Easter customs after which she gave a demonstration on dress making and sewing hints. Coming Events THURSDAY Candlelight communion service at First Christian Church, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League playing special winners game. Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Huff. Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting at 'home of Mrs Robert L. Briggs, 1011 Spruce, FBIDAT Luncheon and communion service at First Christian Church, 1 p.m. Vendredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Billy Joe Gean. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting SUNDAY Easter Egg Hunt at Country Club, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Generous City MARTINSVILLE, Va. If! — Mr and Mrs. Nick Prillaman, of Martmsville, nominate Winchester, Va., as the state's most generous city. They put a nickel in one of Winchester's new parking meters and out rolled two dimes. What they can't understand Is that the meters were not designed to take dimes. New Silhouette Ou A0$t y AMMMJi AWW LOOKS GOOD FROM EVERY ANGLE PINK *12 95 Baas to Match TNi >HOi WITN TMI » |Aumul '" This foot-hugging sling with the new sideline design is walking off with fashion raves. Completely flexible ... on shapely heelfc J Ec SONS I S M O F S I NO, IT'S NOT THE ALTITUDE—This model's "walking costume" is a flower-decorated girdle. She's strolling down the aisle of a plane high over Miami. Fla. And the men, all news correspondents, don't'mind neglecting their food one bit to ogle at the sight. They were invited aboard for a special press showing of the girdle. Junior Tri~H-Y Has Party In Hardy Home Junior Tri-Hi-Y Club was entertained with a party Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Woodrow Hardy. Thirty-five guests were present. The evening was spent in dancing With dance contest prizes going to Rebecca Harris, Francis Jones, Sandra Dougherty, Larry Anderson, Brenda Wilson and Stanley Jackson. Refreshments of cookies and cied drinks were served with Mrs. Alvis Harris and Miss Margaret Wright assisting the hostess. Dell WMU Circle Conducts Meeting At Church Jewel Abernathy Circle of Dell Women's Missionary Union met at the church Monday afternoon with one new member, Mrs. Hicks, present. The meeting was opened with group singing and the devotional given fay Mrs. Lucy Floyd. Mrs. Walter Dyre, Mrs. E. H. P,rewett, Mrs. C. H. Morgan and Mrs. Lizzie Hardin gave the program on prayer. Mrs. Floyd was in charge of the business session with Mrs. Jesse Holcomb and Mrs. Woodrow giving the closing prayers. A crumb pie crust will hold together better if chilled in the pan for 24 hours before the filling Is added. Arms and the Man STONEHAM, Colo, (fl - Ralph E. (Bud) Bartram, 49, is well- equipped for his parttime duties as justice of the peace and special sheriff's deputy. He runs a 1,550 acre farm and has a collection of 35 rifles, 30 pistols and 1,300 Indian arrowheads. His 35 rifles include muizle-load- ing pieces made in 1850. His oldest revolver was made in 1871, his latest in 1955. We're headquarter* lor faittou* ploa'a l«orll« •hll<lr*n'* Come in for a complete selection of famous Buster Brown shoes. We'll fit your child with the exclusive 6-pomt fitting plan that insures per- feet fit every tiro* ec SONS SHOES Plans Announced For Country Club Easter Egg Hunt Plans for the annual Easter egg hunt at the Blytheville Country Club were announced today by Mrs. Riley B. Jones, chairman of this year's event. The hunt will be at the club from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday afternoon for children through 12 years of age. Six dyed eggs are to be taken to the club on Saturday for each child that attends the affair. Children will be divided Into three groups with .three prizes to be awarded in each of the three divislions. There will be. a gift, for first and second place winners and for the one finding the golden egg. Those assisting Mrs. Jones are Mrs E M. Terry, Jr., Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mrs. J. H. Smart and Mr«. Charles Crlgger, HI. Read Courier News Classified Ads. GLYDONS Steele,-Missouri Telephone 191 WIDER I EXTRA VARIETYA VALUES LOWER PRICES Spring Tonics Beef, Wine & Iron $1.49 Geritol Liquid or Tablets $1.25 to $5 Stationery New Spring Selection 25<z to $1.00 Note Paper Thank You Notes For Better Pictures, Sharper Detail, Better Color Contrasts. Use New EASTMAN VPI FILM Easfer Cards Famous Hallmark Quality EASTER CANDY Whitman's & Pangburns Fitch Shampoo Rose Oil or Brilliantine Free 69<z After Shave Lotion Sportsman $1.00 Color Shampoo Roux $1.00 Shop Kirbys' - Main & Second - Main & Broadway Pink Ice $1.50 — $3.00 DROPS OF GOLD $1.75 Sominex Aid to Sleep lt'« Soft! 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