The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1956 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 2, 1956
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PAOCPOUS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1956 FIVE TO EIGHT WINNERS — Pictured with tht animals they won yesterday at the Country Club Easter Ege hunt are winners in the five to eight year old division. They are (left to right) Billle Irene Young, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Bill Young; T. E. Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Turner of Texarkana, and Jay McGovern, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. • R. McGovern of Fort Worth, Tex. (Courier News Photo) Kites Burch, Mrs. Shippen Exchange Vow Mrs. Ed Shippen and Kite Burch, Sr., of Osceola were mar ried in a ceremony yesterday af ternoon in the manse of the Im maculate Conception Church ir Blytheville. The EeV. Amos Enderlin offlcl »ted at the exchange of vows. Mr. and Mrs. Burch were attend «d by- his daughter, Mrs. J. W Taylor of Osceola, and his son Hltea Burch, Jr., of Memphis. Mr«. Burch, who was attired in a navy blue pure silk shantung sui with navy and white accessories and purple orchid corsage, is pres Went of the Osceola. Progressive Club and is active in the Osceola Eastern Star chapter. James Fielder, Miss Hall Wed in Osceola OSCEOLA—Miss Dorothy. Paye Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hall of Osceola, was married Friday afternoon'in a quiet ceremony at the Church of Christ in Osceola to James Fielder, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Fielder of Osceola. W. A. Holly officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose an early spring ensemble In petal pink pure silk shantung. Her navy blue hat WHS encrusted with miniature pearls. She pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Bennie Joe Davis served the bride as matron of honor. Mr. Davis was best man. Mrs. Davis was attired In pink to match the bride's costume. She too pinned an orchid at her shoulder. The bride's and groom's mothers were attired In spring frocks of navy blue with white frosted trims. Their accessories were In matching hues and their corsages were of Whit* orchids. Mr. Fielder will receive his degree in pharmacy at Ole Miss In June, after which he will be associated with Massengfll Drug Company. Mrs. Fielder is employed at Mississippi County Bank. Centra I, Lange Tri-Gra-Y Have Easter Egg Hunt Forty members of the fifth-grade Central and Lange Tri-Gra-Y Clubs enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at the Blytheville Country club Friday afternoon. Prizes went to Donna Day, Joann Barger and Beverly Clar. Mrs. Ted Johnson and Mrs. Robert Swindle are the advisors of these two groups. They were assisted by Mrs. Rebecca Robertson. Bits of News Wl // P / r rIOAIIU f- er6onai Visiting the' Ted Brown family over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gresham and daughter Jan and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Briliard and sons Larry and Rickey, all of Memphis. They came especially to see Sally Brown, who is a patient at Walls Hospital. Condition of Sally is reported to be improving, visiting the Brown family today will be Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Gresham and family also of Memphis. Miss Amy Claire Bagwell, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bagwe of Tucson, Ariz., formerly of her and a student at Ole Miss, spen the weekend here visiting he grandparent*, Mr. and Mrs. L. O Long. Also visiting In the Long horn this past week were Mrs. Long sister. Mrs. J. E. Morgan and Mi Morgan of Birmingham, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Metcalfe o Memphis announce the birth of daughter yesterday at Mcthodis Hospital. The baby has been nam ed Leigh Ann. Mrs, Metcalfe is the former Miss Pelton Miles of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Young nnc Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thomoson and family, all of Caruthersville spent yesterday here visiting Mr and Mrs. Charles McDaniels. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DeWeess and son Mike and Mrs. W. I. Malory of Hayti were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Malory nnd daughters. Mrs. Ethel Snead and daughtei f Memphis were weekend guests ol Mrs. Snead's , sisters, Mrs. Jake Huffman and Miss Luna wilhelm. Mrs. Mildred Mayo left yesterday ir Plalnvie'.v, Tex., to Visit her ister, Mrs. R. A. McEntlre. Mr .and Mrs. R. C. Allen, Jr., of Memphis announce the birth of heir second son yesterday at lemphis hospital. The baby, who as not been named, has a brother, ^ C. Allen. III. Mrs. R. C. Allen is in Memphis i be with her son and family for evernl days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swlnk spent rie weekend in Plant ersville, Miss., islting their son, Richard M. .wink, Mrs. Swtnk and son Richard. "hey were Joined their daughter, /Ir. L. C. Brantley, Mr, Brantley nd children of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flanders ol Little Rock were Blytheville visitors yesterday. They came especially to hear their son, H. Jack Flanders of Greenville, S. C., who began a revival service yesterday at First Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Council Upshaw ol children had as weekend guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W- H. Creech, of Troy, Mo. Green Ledbetter, who was injured when hit by an automobile on the airbase road, March 3, underr went further surgery on his leg Friday at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. He is in Ward 5-B. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell spent the weekend in New Orleans. They were accompanied on the trip by ; their daughter. Miss Cleone Mitchell, a student at Mississippi Southern College, and were joined there by their son, Rowland, who has been serving aboard the Nautilus. The -Nautilus was docked in New Orleans for the weekend and the Mitchells toured It on Saturday and had lunch aboard it yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Glass and children Buddy, Gene and Carolyn and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dawson and daughter Debbie of St. Louis were weekend guests of Mrs. Glass' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Gracy. Mr. and Mrs. Don Coulter of Memphis were weekend guests of her, Mrs. Robert Kil'nan. Also visit ing in the Killian home yesterda was Mr. and Mrs. Sam Killian Kennett. Miss Bobbye June Killian, a stu dent at University of Arkansas, spending her spring holidays her with her mother, Mrs. Robert Kll llan. Mrs. Virgil R. Greene and daugh ters Miss Evelyn Blythe and Mrs Earnest L. Parker were in MemphL Saturday visiting Mrs. Greene's sisters, Mrs. Finley Cartwrlght and Mrs. Wils Davis, Mrs. Clyde Lutes was in Fori Smith over the weekend to visit her son, Pvt. John Lutes, who is stationed at Fort Chaffee with tin. Fifth Division. Miss Bobbie Seymore, student a Trevcca Nnzurene College in Tre- vcca, Tenn., was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. ' Seymour. Johnny Logging returned to Texas A. and M. this morning after spend- ng the holidays here with his par- ^nts, Mr. nnd Mrs. R, L. Loggins. Mrs. B. F. Gay, Sr., has returned torn a two-month visit in St. Pe- ersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Guy and children Mary Lynn and Frank spent laster here with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Garrtgan and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. kelson nnd children. Those from Blytheville In Aberleen, Miss., yesterday to attend the vedding of Jimmy Burlington, son if Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Buffing ton f Blytheville. to Martha Raley, were Mr. and Mrs. Buffing ton. Mr. nd Mrs. Tim Estes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. Finis Hardy and Mrs. E. R. Alley. The Bulling tons were accompan- :d by his sister. Miss Fnye Buff- ngton, of Birch Tree, Mo. Bonham, Tex., are spending ten EASTER HUNT WINNERS — Having found either the most eggs, second most eggs or golden eggs, prizes were awarded to these there children in the nine to 12 year division. They are (left to right) Mac White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White; Warren Whitis, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Whitis, and Linda Lewis, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Robert Lewis. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Driver Entertains Pitch Club OSCEOLA--Mrs. Ely Driver was hostess Wednesday to her Three Table Pitch Club and six additional guests. Guests were Mrs. A. f. Williams, Mrs.' H. J. Levenstein, Mrs. J. L. Ward, Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mrs. C. E. Sullenger and Mrs. Bettye Nellt Starr. Upon arrival of the guests, Mrs. Driver, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Bob Kendrick, served a des- sert plate which carried out the Eut«r motif. Cake squares topped with a B«n coconut nest with Jelly-bean eggs, neopolitan ice cream arid paitel flower-topped mints carried out the season's colors. Specimen daffodils were used In profusion throughout the lower floor of the Driver home. Bowls of violets, that matched the tally cards, tied In with th« spring blossoms of the pre-Easter season. ^ In the games of pitch Mrs. R, C. Bryan won the high club prize; Mr«. Starr won guest high and Mrs. W. C. Mason won club low prize. Mrs. Sullenger won the guest low P irlze and Mrs. Levenswln won bridgo. The prime rule of carving turkey s to cut across the grain of the leat. If you cut with the grain, the •ng meat fibers tend to give a stringy appearance. days here visiting their daughter, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Mr. Brown and daughters. ., . j ' ; Dr. and Mrs. David Miles and Rend Courier News Classified Ads. PROUD OWNER — Joe Pride, m, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pride, Jr., holds tight to the white Easter bunny he won yesterday having found the most eggs in the one to four year age division at the Country Club. Other winners in this division were Debbie Quick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Quick, and Nancy Carol Nunn, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. (Courier News Photo) Osceolans Compliment Wedding Party Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Fabcr White and Mrs. E. . Skinner were In Little Rock Saturday evening to compliment their nephew, Lamar Edward Gwaltney, of Las Cruccs, N. M., and Miss Mary Gail Anderson of North Llt- :le Rock who were married Sunday afternoon at Park Hill* Baptist !hurch in Little Rock. The rehearsal dinner given by the Osceolans for the 40 attendants and out-of-town guests was given at Sam Peck Hotel m Little Rock. The bridal table was a replica of a garden wedding scene. Dolls in pink frocks, matched those to be worn the following day by the jridesmaids. To further the pink theme, colonial bouquets were placed at each of the feminine places at the table. Pink sweetheart roses and white oride's roses were, placed at inter- ils over the table. Others from Osceola who attended the dinner and remained overnight for the wedding Sunday were VIrs. J, L. Ward, grandmother of Vlr. Gwaltney, D. L. Gwaltney, randf a t her of the groom, Mrs. Arthur Frazier of Wichita, Kans., unt of the groom, and Mrs. Lavon osey and Mis Mary Alma White, ousins of the groom. David Fowler, Louis Davis Complimented Miss Bertha Ann Gaines entertained at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus.Gaines, Saturday night in compliment to her houseguost, David Fowler, student nt Memphis State College-, and Miss Carol Ann Holt's fiance, Louis Davis, student at Mississippi Southern College. The GaLies' home was decorated with bouquets of early spring flowers nnd the refreshment table held an epergne filled with floating Mrs. Effie Mays F. S. Means Wed In Mississippi Mrs. Margaret Effie Mays of Blytheville and F. S. Means of Pocahon- tes were married Friday in Holly Springs, Miss. The couple exchanged vows in the parsonage of the First Methodist Church with the Rev. Harmon L Smith officiating. After a short. visit with Mrs Means' daughter, Mrs. J. Hines Wolters and family in Montgomery Ala., they will make their home in Pocahontas where Mr. Means is employed by the Mississippi Fuel Corporation. Coming Event* MONDAY Wesleyan Service Guild meets a' 7:30 in the Ladies Bib!e Class a> First Methodist Church. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meetinf at parish house at 7:30 p.m. wir* Mrs. O. 0. Hardaway as hostess TUESDAY Beta Sigma Phi chapters meet log. Alpha Delta having business .meeting at Hotel Noble. 7:30 with Mrs. Floyd Seay hostess. Alpha Alpha meeting at Rustic Inn, 7:30 with Mrs. Prank Ellis and Mrs. Dan McCa skill hostesses Rainbow Girls meeting at Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meeting. Country club Bridge League meeting. B and P Business Women's Club having charter dinner at Hotel Noble, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Gean Atkinson entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. CIB Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. i Contract Club meeting with Mrs T. E. Geeslln. i Trl-Town Club meting with Mrs i Dale Brlggs. ' Eastside Garden Club meeting at C /gwood Clubhouse for workshop at 10:30 a.m. with potluck luncheon at noon. Mr:. P. B. Jarrett and Mrs. Mary Scrape will be hostess's. Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. Jlmmie Edwards, 7:30 p.m. ENTER NOW... Lee Bearden's Third Annual Children's Portrait Contest APRIL 2 THROUGH APRIL 14 It costs you absolutely nothing to enter $ 256°° IN PRIZES Dial 3-8666 for further information LEE BEARDEN Photography CHILD ART STUDIO 419 W. Main St. Rlvtheville, Ark. Rustic inn Scene of Dell Beta Banquet Dell Beta Club held its annual banquet at the Rustic Inn in Blytheville last week. The speaker for the banquet was :he state president, Jackie Ballard, of Paragould. He had as his guest James Cupp, also of Paragould. Giving the invocation was Earnest Perkins and the farewell to the seniors was given by Koehler Blankenship, Dianne Buck gave the response. New officers for 1956-57 are Benny Gill, president; Larry Mosley, vice- iresident; Gail Smith, treasurer; •"ranees Carnor, secretary, and Gloria Tweedle, reporter. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jesse Mosler, Steele Mrs. Hazel McWillaims, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Tony Taylor, Steele Mrs. D. C. McLean, city Mrs. Robert Halbert and baby, city Mrs. Floyd Hargett, city Mrs. Ola Hartose, city Mrs. Albert Clay and baby, city John Jones, city James Thomas, Joiner * Mrs, Dan Wy, city Mrs. Billy Parrish, city Wesley Stalllngs, city Kimberly Hodge, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Guy Walls, Leachville Homer Miller, city Mrs. Jimmy Jones, city Ironing flattens the nap on ba- 'ies* "' t clothes. Brush after dry- nj may damage fibers in the rug new looking. Sun Vertikol Panel Drapes Linen-Nylon-Plastic Phone 3-4863 For Free Estimates Hope Young Blyfheville, Ark. LOOKSHflfiP with our expert DRY CLEANING Send us your clothes for exclusive MYCEL DRY CLEANING Mycel not only cleans, but leaves your clothes stain and wrinkle resistant too — Call Peerless and try Mycel today! PICKUP and DELIVERY — 1 DAY SERVICE (On Request) PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS 416 S. Franklin Blytheville.. Ark. OUTDOOR FUN! Model No. 8286 Slide G' one-piece double curve galvanized bed 14" wide. TOP S' of 2" Tubing — LEGS 7' of 2" Tubing 9 PLAYS All Gym-Dandy one-piece slides are made with a DOUBLE CURVE to give the kids that roller-coaster sensation—only one of many quality details that make GYM-Dandy Gymi better values. Other details include: larger bolts, safety cap nuts, heavier 1000 lh. test HOT-DIPPED galvanized chain, longer brace*, safety-form seats—to name only i few. 29 LAD & LASSIE TOY CENTER 101 E. Main Ph. 3-6308

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