The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1956 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 29, 1956
Page 5
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MARCH 29, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FTO aristocrats Slim as i princess... with - I slender, high-born heel... t deep decolle'rage ... and a gracefully carved, lavishly decorated buckle. Unmistakably new. Frantly flirtatious. Black Patent or Flax Calf I lAJedbrooh A FAMILY SHOE STORE ^ 312 W. Main Phone 2-2342 m STARVUE DRIVE-IN THEATRE So. Highway 61 OPENS 6:30 p.i SHOW STARTS AT DUSK! Friday-March 30 Everyone Is Invited-No Admission! ROBERT BASSLER • RICHARD SALE • ISOBEl IENNART ALSO CARTOON and COMEDY Chapter DPEO Has Luncheon In Logan Home Chapter D PBO Sisterhood members were entertained with a 1 P-™' luncheon at the home of Mrs. Bob Logan yesterday. Twenty-one members were seated at the dining table which was centered with an Easter arrangement. Bouquets of gladioli completed decorations In the home. Mrs. James C. Guard, new president of the chapter, presided at th« business session with Mrs. M. O. Usrey giving the Record report. The program on Cottey Junior College was in charge of Mrs. W. I. Deriton. Mrs. R. A. Porter gave a talk on the educaional fund. Dogwood HD Club Has Meeting At Clubhouse Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met at the clubhouse yesterday with Mrs. Mary Scrape presiding. Mrs. Charlie Lutes-gave the devotional with Mrs. P. S. Parker leading the opening prayer. Boll call was answered with each member giving ideas on spring cleaning and kitchen curtains she expects to make. A duster, hat and bag she had made for Easter was modeled by Mrs. Upton Booker. The club will sponsor a bake sale Saturday at Ark-Mo Power Company between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. • Mrs. Lutes is in charge of this sale and was also hostess in the social hour yesterday. R*ad Courier News Classified Ads. REHEARSAL TIME — Soloists, choir director and organist of First Baptist Church are pictured as they rehearse for the Easter cantata, "The Seven Last Words," which the choir of the church will present tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. Shown (left to right) are Harry Carter Parr, baritone soloist; Loyd Owens, director; Pat Walker of Memphis, tenor soloist and Mrs. Loyd Owens and Carol Seeman, soprano soloists. Seated at the organ is Mrs. C. Murray Smart, church organist. (Courier News Photo) Coming Events FRIDAX Luncheon and communion service at First Christian Church, 1 p.m. Ventiredi Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Billy Joe Gean. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Percy Crowe, Steele SUNDAY Easter Egg Hunt at Country Club, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: John Wagnon, Campbell, Mo. Mrs. Robert Nelson, Wilson Mrs. Etna Oreer, city Mrs. James Dunn, city Robbie Terry, Steele Mrs. Guyendale Potts and baby, Steele Mrs. J. W. Rambo and baby, city Mrs. Leona Bartholomew, Manila Easter Programs Given at Manila : Nursing Home MANILA — Two special Easter programs have been given In the past week for those in the Manila Nursing Home owned and operated by Mrs. Roy Veach. On Friday *• LadiM Sunday School Class of Manila First Baptist Church gave a program and on Tuesday the Little River Baptist Church Ladies Auxiliary along with the church pastor and hla wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Walter Grifiin, visited the home. They gave Mrs. .Veach a Bible to be used in the home and later served refreshments to the group which carried out the Easter motif. Passover Service to Be At Temple Israel Tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Dr. Alfred Vise will conduct a Passover and Memorial Service at Temple Israel. The topic of the Rabbi's Passover message will be "What Is God and What Is Man?" PANCAKE BREAKFAST Dell School Cafteria Saturday, March 31st 5:30 to 10 a.m. * 50c Per Person Sponsored By Dell Kiwanis Club LADIES PLISSE SLIPS Ladies fine quality plisse slips, lavishly lace trimmed-four-gore shadow panel. In white only. Sizes 32 to 40. They're regularly priced at $2.98. Buy now and sav« at thie terrific price. $149 LADIES HALF SLIPS Ladies plisse half slips, four gore with wide embroidered lace trim. They come in small, medium, large and extra large sizes. An item regularly priced at $1.98. Buy now at this low price and save. $ 1 49 These Are Truly Fine Quality Slips at Unusual Savings! Ladies Blouses Fully sanforized broadcloth, guaranteed washable. Scooped necklines and shirt styles. Complete sizes 32 to 40. Regularly priced at $1.98. Special Ladies Nylons Beautiful, clear, sheer 60 gauge, 15 denier nylons in the smartest soft shades for spring and summer. Come in sizes 8'/ 2 to 11. Regular §1 values. Special All Payroll Checks Will Be Cashed Free of Charge at Hays Phone 2-2001 For Hays Personal Shopper Service Little Girls Dresses Sizes 1-3, *— 4-6x, 7-14 Pertly styled little numbers for a gay Easter time. Nylons and Dan River broadcloths and crease-resistant fabrics with lace and button trims. Special Regular 1.98 $1-00 Regular 2.98 -$2.00 Regular 3.98 $3.00

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