The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 31, 1956
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 31,1958 - Society News - » A «« fVtullnvv Cru*iatv ITHitnr * FIlC Millie Ann Maltory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Bits of News Miss Carol Ann Holt Betrothal of Miss Carol Ann Holt ToLouisH-DavisIsMadeKnown The betrothal of Miss Carol Ann Holt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mino F. Dover, Jr., to Louis H. Davis, son of Mrs. Marv Lou Davis of Lucedale, Miss., was made known today. •> . wedding Is* An- early summer planned by the couple. Miss Holt is the granddaughter of Mrs. Simon P. Lee and the late Mr. Ux of Blyttievllle and the late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Holt of Newport, Term. t , The bride-elect is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she was « member of the Beta Club, Masque and Gavel Club and National Honor Society of which she served as historian her senior year. She also received a Masque and Oaval national high school speech award Miss Holt Is now a student at Mississippi Southern College where she enrolled, after having received » vocal scholarship from the college. At Mississippi Southern she has received a trophy for being the outstanding Delta Delta-Delta pledge for 1964-55 .and is now assistant treasurer of the sorority, Mr. Davis graduated from Lucedale High School and Perkinston Junior College Where he Was president of the business clubs and debate team. The groom-elect is now a senior tt Mississippi Southern College after having served with the armed forces in Korea for three years- hall of which was combat service. Mrs. Florida Hostess to Gleaners Class Mrs. James Florida of Osceola was hostess to Gleaners Sunday School class of First Baptist church at her home Tuesday night {or the March business and social meeting. Arrangements of Jonquils and gladioli were used in the den, living room and dining room for the dinner meeting. Assisting Mrs. Florida in receiving was her sister-in- law. Miss Virginia Florida. ' | The Easter story from Luke was used by Mrs. J. G. Pendergrast as a devotional message. j In the business session conducted 1 by Mrs. Bryan Rogers, class pres-: ident, reports were heard from the! group leaders and Mrs. C .M. Hor- i ton class secretary-treasurer. j Mrs. Ophelia Harris was enrolled' »s a new member during March. A! Round Robin letter was written to: a former member of the class, Mrs. '• Clarence Wilson, now living in j Rantoul, 111. Mrs. R. H. Jones, teacher of the; class, previewed lessons lor the r.oxi) qquarter and made assignments for | Sunday's lesson. She also conducted j a Bible quiz during the social hour j Mrs. E. A. Teaford was the only i guest. Mrs. McDanie! Hostess to J.O.Y. Circle Mrs. Paul McDaniel was hostess Thursday night to nine members and three visitors of J. O. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. J. J. Johnson with Mrs. James Hampton conducting the business session. "The Twelve Chosen," was the program with Mrs. McDaniels as chairman. Mrs. Billy Clay and Mrs. Hampton gave the dismissal pray- Esther Class Has Meeting In Briggs Home Esther Class of First Baptist Church met Thursday night In the home of Mrs. R. L. Briggs. . Mrs. Walter Marble presided over the meeting with Mrs. Robert Wade giving the devotional. A report to the class was given by Mrs. Charles Frank Pitts concerning the wrist watch apd Easter bunny which they had given Sally Brown. Silent prayer for the church revival next week concluded the meeting after which the hostess served refreshments. Miss Rose Marie Clampitt, student at University of Illinois, is spending her Easter vacation with her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lunsford, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ford. She will also visit her sister; Mrs. Larry Button, while here. Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ford for the weekend are Mrs. Ed Shaver and family of Little Rock: and Cpl. Robert Pord Shaver of Camp Pendletoo, Calif. Mrs. Herbert Joyner and son Herbert Lee of Louisiana, Mo., are , veekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harciin and the R. V. Mallory amily. The Joyners are former Blytheville residents. * H. L. Reynolds underwent sur| gery today at Baptist Hospital in ' Memphis. Mrs. Reynolds and. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Scott are in Mem)his with him. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and children and Mrs. E. R. James of Cape Girardeau will be guests this weekend of the A. H .Webb family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbough and children .Donna Lee and Terry of Memphis are holiday weekend juests of Mrs. Kerbough's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oenning. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Goodman will be in Caruthersville tomorrow to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cullum. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Milton and children of Osceola will also be there to visit Mrs. Milton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cullum. Those from out-of-town here' for the funeral of Mrs. Muywin Hopkins were the Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Dickerson of Russellville; the Rev. Bennie Walden and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nimnicht and Ezra Mitchell of Walnut Ridge; Ben Wagner of Delapane; Mrs. Frank Sawyers and Mrs. Mabel! Oreen of Memphis; Mrs. Olivier Copeland and 'daughler Joan ol Monette; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Farley of Paragould and Kelly Travis and family of Dallas, Tex. Freddie Gore, student at Unlver sity of Arkansas, is spending his spring vacation with his mother Mrs. lone Gore, and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oaks. Miss Donna Sue Gore is spending the holiday weekend in Murray Ky., visiting Miss Shirley Henry and her parents, Mr. and Mrs Dave Henry. Condition of Mrs. W. I. Denton who is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital with pneumonia, is reported to be very much Improved. Mrs. Edna 'Drane is spending several days in Memphis visiting relatives. Mrs. Guy Burks and daughter Miss Billie Sue Burks will spend the weekend in Bipley, Term., vis iting relatives. Mrs. Tom Curry and children Tom, Jr., and Kay of Dyersburg Tenn.j are the holiday guests o' her sister. Mrs. George Wiggs, am Mr, Wiggs. Upon their return horrii Miss Johnson Engaged to Joe Barch Mr. «nd Mrs. Charles Johnson of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of ,helr daughter, Peggy, to Joe Barch, of Luxora. Miss Johnson is completing her senior year at Burdette High School where she has been active in the future Homemakers of America, Booster Club, Glee Club, 4-H Club and other extra curricular activities. Mr. Barch graduated from Luxora High Schbol in 1955. and is present- y employed by the Arkansas Highway Department. The couple has planned » late May wedding. they will be accompanied home by Mrs. Curry's and Mrs. Wiggs mother, Mrs. E. T. Brann, Wh has spent the past week here visiting. Lt. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Jr., o Belleville, HI., will be holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mr. and Mrs Matt Monaghan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jontz MK children Jimmy and Jeanle of Memphis are spending the holiday Mrs. Trieschman's Kindergarten Has Parade and Hunt A small Easter parade was staged in Blytheville yesterday when the kindergarten children of Mr». J. o. Trieschman paraded in downtown Blytheville. The children were dressed in their Easter apparel with the little misses of the class wearing ruffled frocks poised over many petticoats and their frilly hats which they made in class. The girls'completed their attire with frosty white gloves. Escorting the young damsels were the boys of the kindergarten. They were decked out in their blazers, in which were pinned boutonnieres. silk top hats and canes. Following the parade the children held a tea party at Bothrocks Drug Store and thpn returned to school where they put aside their finery and held an Easter egg hunt in Methodist Memorial Park, The children had prepared their own eggs for hunting. Assisting with the parade and hunt was Mrs. Earl Buckley, who is a teacher in the school. weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jontz. Miss Carmon Cary is spending the weekend in Portageville a* the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jernigan and son Cecil. Miss Martin. Ann Foster, student at Cottey College in' Nevada, Mo. is spending the holidays here with her aunt, Miss Minnie Foster, and other relatives. She has as her houseguest Miss Dianna Wright of Junction City, Ore. Ralph Kouri, Jr., son of Mr .and Mrs. Ralph Kouri, Sr., left last night for Little Rock for physical examination and induction into the Army. From there he will go to Fort Chaffee for his basic training. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leggett and infant son James Harry. Ill of Fayetteville will arrive today to spend several days here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls. Also visiting in the Earls' home today are her mother, Mrs. Roy Weaver of Clarksdale, Miss., and her grandmother, Mrs. Nona Russell of Steele. f Whipped cream sweetened with honey is good with plain or fruit ice cream or gelatin desserts. Store Fixtures FOR SALE Waggoner hot water heater and double sink, 1 metal 2-wheel track, 8-drawer storage counter, 11-foot Hussman open dairy box, 1 meat block, 1 Hobart slicing innchlne, 1 Steiner sausage mill, 1 8x8 Huainun walk-In cooler, I (-drawer desk, 1 uddlng machine, 1 pair Defiance idles, i H-fL Hunman meat counter and pans. 1 24-tt, double gonflalla, «7 H. of wall shelrlnc, 1 Coke ma- rhlne, 1 6-hole frozen food box, S ctwkLnj; stands, 1 National flrclrlc c»«* rtflsler, 1 National Manual Caih Register, 1 pair V, S, Scutct, 1 pair Dayton Sralr*. 1 I -holt open froien food box, II «el<*cwpt with CALL ROBBINS BRO. O»c*ol«, Ark. rhont 1021 or 8fi3 $125 EASTER $125 i DINNER i APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Roast Lamb with Mint Sauce Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Raisin Sauce Young Tom Turkey with Sage Dressing VEGETABLES Choice of 2 Fresh Green Beans with Boiled New Potatoes Buttered Cauliflower Whole Kernel Corn Candied Sweet Potatoes SALAD Deviled Eggs Salad . DESSERT Apple Cobbler TAKE YOUR FAMILY OUT FOR EASTER DINNER! RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blythcville's Favorite Eating Place Mrs. McCord .. Honored with Layette Shower Mrs. Stella McCord was honored with a layette shower at the home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship Wednesday night with Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr., as co-hostess. The Blankenship home was decorated app'ropriately and Mrs. McCord was presented with a novelty corsage Refreshments of punch and cookies were served. Miss Sue Keeling Former Residents' Daughter to Become Bride Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Keeling of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, announce the engagement of their drughter, Sue, to William Thomas McCrary, son of Robert Q. McCrary of Memphis. The wedding will take place April 15, at Cherokee Baptist Church in Memphis. Miss Keeling is a graduate of Messick High. School in Memphis and Mr. McCrary also attended Messick. He is now associated with the Frisco Railroad Company. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: F. G. Lackman, city Mrs. Houston Gpff and baby, city Mrs. Percy Crowe, Steele ' Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Marttia Taylor, city G. T. Gracy, city • Mrs. Johnny Benson and baby, Steele • Mrs. Bill Walker and baby, city Douglas Mair, city Roy Clay, city Mrs. Maurice Cote, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: W. L. Stiles, city Patricia Ann Rlgsby, city Mrs. Sam Fincher, Manila Lela Stewart, city Mrs. Boyd Moody, Bt. 1, city Buddy Spain, city Giant smocking appears on cuffs, hems and necks in some new Paris models. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekday Show Start! 7:00 p.m.—Sat. & Sun. 1 p.m SATURDAY Double Feature AN «U£0 «IISI5 nCTUDE ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature RUNE YVONNE HAYDEN-DE CARLO ».^B ZACMIY — AND — fW -^hnico/Of-A PIPED IMIIIIE ALSO CARTOON 6. 0. POETZ ML CO. FUEL OIL "I Sell That Stuff" Phone 2-2089 Visit Our Conoco S«rvic«, Alh * Division warden Group To Have Daffodil Show at Club The Garden Department o) Blytheville Woman's Club will hold a daffodil show at the clubhouse Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. The public is Invited to attend and orders will be taken at that time. INTO HIS COURTS WITH PRAISE PMlm 1004 Your Family Will Find Strength For Doily Living in Thm Worship S*rvi<M DRAW NEAR TO GOD _JL™L HEAR Dr. H. Jack Flanders Daily 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. April 1 thru 8 at— FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (NURSERY OPEN EACH EVENING) Sun Vertikal Panel Drapes Linen-Nylon-Plastic Phone 3-4863 For Free Estimates Hope Young Blytheville, Ark. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature .«« Kiiw turn • tarn BOOK • »» mm DOMUWAHU M/eno K»u • SPM« HIT ST HWCTH «*n A ttOTTWM racucwA • ntfaud ST WIT JC( Mom — AND — "DAM BUSTERS" Serial "Sea Hound" No. 15 And Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY METRO NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS $100.00 FORVOURbLDSTOVI (In Worklnt Condition) ON ANT FULL SIZE Florence Gai Rang* j Hubbord & Sor FurnltuM Fh*iu FLOWERS FOR EASTER What a thrill for her on Easter Sunday to open our box and find your flowers inside! You can send her gorgeous Easter lillies . . . ravishing red roses . . . cut spring-flowers . . . potted growing tulips thai breath spring. . .or a lovely corsage for her to wear! Lucile Wilson and "AVade" are still at The Flower Shop to serve you and we have added to our staff, Mrs. T. W. Neal and Mrs. Lillian Frank so that you will be served promptly during these pre-Easter days! Let us help you select lovely cut flowers, arrangements or growing flowering plants to brighten your home or your church during the Easter Season. Phone 3-4491 Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. Cinemascope at Its Best Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johns With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature DENNIS OkKFE. PLUS CARTOON: "BOO KIND' SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and B» Our Guest to See "Never Say Goodbye" Th« only w»j th* oonld win b*»k her daughter'* lev*... WM IB thfc fcriMot th* man who h*4 A UniiwMl.lnlinmtoinl Ham Hortaf <•• •' Mr, ond Mrs. Gene Pierce PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON

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