The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 7, 1956
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PAGI TWO •LYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 195« , Ma* Milll - Society News - ie Ann Maltor.v, Society Editor * Pho Phone I-44S1 Mrs. Rainwater Entertains; Other Clubs Play Mrs. W. T. Rainwater enwrtaine two Friday bridge clubs »t her horn yesterday along with five guesti Guestt were W. W.. workmar Mr*. Bill Rader, Mrs, Max Loga: Mrs. Joe Pride and Mrs. Elan Heat: Spring flowers added a colorf note to entertainlnu rooms of th home for the dessert-bridge. Bridge winners were Mr«. Loga Mrs. Heath, Mrs. James C. Guari Mri. Ben Harpole, Jr., Mrs. I. 1 Coleman and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Friday Contract Club met at th home of Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker. Mrs. Loy Welch won high scor in the games, Mrs. Doyle Hender son, high, and Mri. George Pollock bridgo. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon and decorate her home with daffodils. Mr«. Whitney Morgan, Jr., hostess to LaFinese Club with member! present. Yellow tulips centered the indivi dual tables for the dessert-bridge. High Scores in the games wen to Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr.. and Mrs W. M. Jonte. Rev. Ray Speaks At Meeting of Gosnell Men Gomel! Baptist Brotherhood me at the church last ntaht and had as guest speaker the Rev. Eugene Ray Bill Shook give the opening prayer and the program on, "The New Birth." was in charge of Ray Becker, Jr. .He was assisted by Paul Hawks, Mr. Shook, Huey Hudgins • .and Kenneth Ard. Dismissal prayer was led by Gene Hunter. Wonderfully Popular Visitors Present When Lone Oak HD Club Meets Thirteen members and two guests, Mrs. Clarencene Helm and Mrs. Frances Gammill, of Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs J. O. Huey. In the business session, presided over by Mr«. Tuey, plans were made for the club to attend the Home Show In Memphis on April 17. Mrs. Gammill spoke to the group on tuberculosis and urged each member to attend the mobile x-ray unit which will be In Blytheville in May. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration agent, showftl a film on Interior decorating and spoke on how the club could assist with 4-H work. Repeating of the Woman's Creed concluded the meeting. Bits oi News 'trtona t Burdette Glee lub Receives Excellent Rating Burdette Glee Club returned from, the state festival in Hot Springs with an excellent ratli _ The 38 students who made the .rip With their director, Mrs. Lem Stanford; were chaperoned by Mr. Aycock, Mrs. Shed Bevlll, Mrs. Gunter and Mrs. Clinton Holder. They sang for ajudicatlon, "Surely He Has Born Our Griefs." by jOtti and "May Day Carol," by Taylor. This glee club also received ex- :ellent ratings at the district fes ival in Jonesboro three weeks ago f will present a concert at Bur ette High School auditorium Thu sday night at eight o'clock. BHS Choir, jlee Clubs et New Record Blytheville High School choir and !ec clubs set a new record at the tate Class A vocal, festival in Hoi prings yesterday. Under the direction of Mrs. J llson Henry, all three groups ame up with "excellent" ratings the pnst. one or two of the roups have attained this rating ut never all three at once. By Sue Burnett Everyone likes the halter sundress — so cool yet it insures a smooth suntan. This version has three pieces to combine to suit your mood. No. B264 Is in sizes 10. 12. 14. 16. IB, 20. Size 12, halter. l'.j yards of 35-inch; skirt. 3 yards; shorts, IVi yards. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, siz desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett, , Blytheviil Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago S. 111. Don't miss the spring & sumine: '56 issue of Basic FASHION, oui pattern catalog that contains a va riety of attractive, up to the min ute styles for all size ranges. Senc 25 cents now. Deborah Class Has Meeting n Nies Home Deborah Sunday School Class or rst Baptist Church held Its mon- ily and social meeting at ie home of Dr. Edna Mies yester- ly afternoon with eight members escnt.' Mrs. Leslie Moore, class president. •esided over the meeting which as opened with a season of prayer 1th each member participating. Duties of an efficient secretary ere Riven by Mrs. Carrie Muery and how to atract and hold class members,was explained by Dr. Nies. Mrs. K. D. Marr. teacher of the class, Rave, the devotional. In the social hour the hostess served refreshments. You've a favorite piece of costume jewelry with a stone or two missing. Don't wear it that way. Have it repaired. Mrs. Guy Burks, Sr., underwent surgery this morning st Baptist Hospital In Memphis, She is in Room 630. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. R. A. Porter are in Wynn to assist in the organization of a PEO chapter there. Miss Jane Turk of Nashville, Tenn., and a freshman at die Miss, Is the weekend guest of Miss Mary Alice McWaters and her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. C, L. McWaters, Jr. Miss Mcwaters is also a freshman at the University. Also home from Ole Miss for the weekend are Misses Pat Partlow and Ann Seay. They are .visiting their parents. Judge and Mrs. H. O. Partlow and Mr. and Mrs. T. I Seay. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Eden were in Memphis last night to see Holiday on Ice at Ellis Auditorium. The Edcns' children, Karen and Belylc, are spending this week in Portageville visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Eden. Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. Mike Buchanan and Mrs. W. O. Anderson were in Earle yesterday to attend the Town and Country Garden Club's third annual flower show and silver tea. Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Larkin and children have returned to their home in Reno. Nov., after a visit here with his mother, Mrs. W. E. Larkin, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard of Memphis announce the birth of a son yesterday at Methodist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Evrard are also the parents of a daughter, Diana, age four. Mrs. Evrard is the daughter of Ernest Roe and Mr. Evrard is the son of Mr. and Mrs Marcus Evrard,- all of Blytheville. Mrs. Evrard Is In Memphis with her son and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roe will be in Memphis tonight to visit them. Mrs. Jack O'Keefe and daughter Darian of Memphis are weekend guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Miss Betty Aldrldge of Wenona, Miss., will spend next week here as the guest of Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Byrd. Lt. Edsel E. Harber will arrive to- COTTON BELL — Miss Lyn da Maynard, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Maynard, has been chosen as a cotton bell by the Memphis Cotton Carnival As soclatlon. She will ride on the float of Miss Dixie Bell in the grand parade on Saturday night May 19. city morrow night from Wichita Falls Tex., for a visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Harber. before reporting to Montgomery. Ala., for 14 weeks of special Air Force training. Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Spears. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde T. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Davis and Mr. and At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Oscar Palmer, city Mrs. Noble Gill, Dell John Kelly, Caruthersville Mrs. R., L. Maxwell, city Terry Wayne Owens, city Teddy Davis, city Chlekasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Nola Martin, city Mrs. Claude Williams, city E. A. Moore, city Mrs. W. 0. West, city Mrs. Vcrnon Thomasson Mrs. Ernest Byrd, city Ronald Ray Mahan, city Jackie Powell, city Joe Puf, r h, city Rev. Gene Schultz, city Teressa Mantz, city Herschel Jackson, city Herman Besharse, city Joe Warren, city Wiills Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edward Cooper, city Mrs. Jesse Pipkins and Rt. 3, city Gilbert Etchieson, Rt. 1, H nersville Mrs. Lloyd Channell, city Mrs. Clyde Duncan, Rt. 4, city Joe Allen Carpenter, city Mrs. Mike Meroncy, city baby, Rabbits Minus Fur CHEYENNE, Wyo. W - A r.ul- iritf by the attorney general has spurred campaigns to rid Wyoming; ranchlands of an oversupply of jack rabbits. The attorney general ruled that rabbits do not grow fui and people who buy rabbit cai-- casses do not have to be licensed fur dealers. More than 3,000 rabbits were killed in drives near Pine Mrs. C. C. Patrick, from the Blytheville office of Life Insurance Comnanv of Georgia, will leave, to- nlu "' day to attend the company's con- | f»3 r ( '^ e ™_ bb ! L 'M havo been deslroy- Bluff and Douglas. Wyo. Ranchers •s con- I f»3 r " le rnbbi venllon at the Jim* Hotel In New|'"e '°° m ""V "ops. Orleans. April 8-11. The four men re delegates to the convention and won this dlstnction due to the results of their work in this terr tory. Mrs. Victor Stllvvell and daughter Miss Gailya stllwell are spending :oday in Memphis. Mrs. Hunh Don Ashmore is vis- ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Far- Is Dyer, in Chicago. Mrs. Ashmore iccompanled her parents home last weekend after they attended a fam- ly reunion at Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Crafton. who were en route from a vacation in Lakeland. Fla., to their home in Conway, were overnight guests ot Is sister. Mrs. A. F. Helnicke, an Mr. Helnicke. Tonight. Mr. and Mr ration will visit their daughte Mrs. Jimmy Edwards, and Mr. Ed wards in Batesville. Bu/zy Crafton, who has spent his spring holidays here visitmp his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, will return this afternoon to the University of Arkansas. Lt. Ira 'N. Nonncn. is visitinc his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koonce, after completion of one year nf pilot training. His parents and uncle and aunl, Mr. find Mrs. Roy Koonce, motored to Enid, Okla., to see him receive hia pilots' wings. U. Koonce will Vie stationed at sncppnrd Air Force Base in Witchita Falls, Tex., in the I future. Coming Events SATURDAY University Dance Club meeting at Hotel Noble, B p.m. Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mr and Mrs. Rudolph, Hitter and Mr and Mrs. Ralph Rottouavlllt. MONDAY NCO Wives Club meeting at btse theater, 1 p. m. Presbyterian Circlet meeting. Circle One with Mrs. Rodne; Banister, 2:30 p. m. Circle Two with Mrs. E. P. Borum 2 p. m. Mrs. Samuel T, Norrli hostess. Circle Three with Mrs. Jerry Hord 2 p. m. ' Circle Four with Mrs. B. S. Simmons, 2 p.m. Mrs. E. M. Woodaid co-hostess. Circle Five at the church with Mrs. Herman Odurn, hostess, 8 p. m Circle Six at church, 7:30 p. m. Circle Seven meeting with Mrs, Robbie Stouse, 7:30 p.m. Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church, meeting in schoa lall, 8 p.m. Groups of First Christian Church meetings. Hope Group with Mrs. W. D. !obb, 2 p. m. Foith Group with Mrs. Russell Hays, 1 p. m. for covered-dish luncheon. Charity Group with Mrs. John Petty, 8 p. m. Tuesday Love Group meeting with Mrs. —, lecil Lowe, 8 p. m. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tri-Town Club meeting with VIrs. Garrard CaudiU. Contract Club meeting with Mrs. Charles Moore. Octave Club meeting with Mrs. Harry Bogan. ' Blytlieville Chapter Number a?« if Order of the Eastern Star hav- ng stated meeting at Masonic 'emple, 8 p. m. Charlevoix Chapter of DAR mee- tlni «t Hotel Nobto, 1 p.m. JlotUi m ire Mri. C. 0. Smith. Mn. George Pollock tnd Un. J»m« Hill, Jr. WEri.NBSDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mr«. C. C. Smith. Club Eight being enterUined by Mrs. Loy Welch. TLE Bridge Club m«Un» with Mr«. Gilbert Smythe. Wednesday Bridie Club meeting with Mri. C. A. Cunnin»him. Chapter D PEO meeting it home of Mrs. E. L. Hile for 1 p. m. luncheon with Mr*. Jack Hile u holt- e» PS Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Virginia Drew. THURSDAY Lottie Moon YWA meeting «t home of Marcella Bay, 7 p. m. La-Nueve Club meeting with Mri. W. H. O'Keefe. Thursday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. F. E. Scott. D-Bly Bridge Club being enttr- tained at Razorback by Mrs. John Stevens, Jr. Chillion Club meeting With Mrs. O. O. Ellns. Thursday Club meet* with Mrs. Ruth Tanner. Midweek club meet with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Thursday Contract Club meets with Mrs. Edgar Borum. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Altrusa Club meeting. Club 28 meeting at Legion Hut, 8 p. m. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cladwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stevenson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. James Terry. FRIDAY Woman's Club haying 1 p. m. co- r ered-dish luncheon. Friday Contract Club will meetj with Mrs. Russell C. Farr. . j Friday Club meeting with Mrs S. E. Tune. : Vendredi Club meet with Mrs. Robert Huff. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting, j Variety Club meeting at Hotel Hoble, 9 p. m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers and Mr. and Mrs. John DeMand. I Del to Kappa jGamma Installs New President MIsi Alice Marie Ross was Ir ailed as president of Delta Kappa Oamma when the chapter held an. nual Installation ceremonies Thurs. day nisht at Hotel Noble. AUo installed were Miss Frances Bowen, first vice-president; Mrs. C. L. Orlsby, second vice-president; Mri. Jewel Featherstone. recording secretary; Mrs. J. P. Sweat, corresponding secretary; Miss Cecil Cas- sldy, treasurer, and Mrs. Bex Warren, parliamentarian. . Mrs. C. L. Moore reviewed the book, "Out of These Roots," by Agnes E. Meyer for the evening's program. The author of this book is the recepient of the national Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Award. Miss Luna Wilhelm, Mrs. Mopre and Miss Bowen were hostesses for the last meeting of this year. In the business session, a report was given on the profits from the, •Wizard of Oz," which the chapter sponsored here recently Read Courier News Classified Ads ALL ICED UP-Three million dollars in diamonds, all in this picture! Model Becky Naylor proudly \ve;irp on? million dollar?" worth and lo::k^ at two uncut, u n n ;i m e t clkimonrls worth about anothn two million dollars The.ii'. ami abnul three 1 million do!iai> muri 1 in industrial diamonds, were shown recently a' the 1956 American Society 01 Tool Engineer;: Exposition. Chicago III. • We'll pick up prescriptions at your home or office, compound them and deliver the medicines—at no extra charge. Make a note to call us next time! Woods Drug Store Phoiu POplor 3-4507 On South Highway 61 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Offict Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with Parents SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature hit! AN MUCD AITS1S nCTUH ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY •• Nomwe BEATS THE BWTMWTOFI FALUN i ADD • as the Injurtlover' in DCLMER OAVES- £ DRUM BEAT dife™ —«*&**£k~ » ,—_ _ _ _ ^HWHnvHHir ^MB ^^ ^r^ BHwHMm^dM WARNERCOLOR.STEREOPHONIC SOUND .fiA«« AUDREYMITON-MARISA PAVM _™nn«cmi.«K»«>«>m flip) MUMi««~.mmU WD WWCTtD 8Y DUMER MVES-_«.MKI MR ^f PLUS COMEDY AND SELECTED SHORT $ \ 25 SUNDAY $125 1 DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Homemade Vegetable Soup Chilled Toma'.o Jii'ce ENTREE Roasl Sirloin of Beef with Brown Gravy .Southern Fried Chicken with Gravy linked Fresh Ham VEGETABLES Choice of 2 Green Peas SnowTlakc Potatoes Fresh Rrussel Sprouts liullered Whole Kernel Corn SALAD Mixed Green Salad with 1,000 Island Dressing DESSERT Cherry Cobbler RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blythoville's Favorite Bating Place LOOK All DeKalb Seed Corn—White or Yellow, while it lasts $Q50 9' Per Bu. Get your seed corn now while our stock is complete and remember more farmers plant DeKalb than any other Hybrid seed corn. Vour UeKalb Dealer HARDY SALES & SERVICE 705 Clear Lake Ave. Blytheville - Phone 3-6978 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature JOHNM WHSSMUllER JUNGLE MOON —AND— Serial, No. 1 "Perils of Wild erness" and Carfoon SUNDAY & MONDAY ANNE BAXTER ROCK HUDSON 1 JUIIE ADAMS •IICASI BENTON SEID • NATALIE WOOD A Un™™t!itemj|<*ul P. -1 '« METRO NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS The keynote to good dressing is | still simplicity. If you wear ear- •ings and bracelet, leave the neck- ace at home. APPLE BLOSSOM - Laura MacArthur, 19-year-old great- niece of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, will reign as queen of. the 29th annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Va., April 26-27. Laura, of Washington, D. C., is a freshman at George Washington University. Her father, Douglai MacArthur II, is a counselor for the State Department. II announces "Family Night Monday Night, April 9 7:00 — 9:00 p.m. An exciting pre-rue of Ward Week — the greatest sale of the year! Free Prizes — Free Coca-Cola Free Betty Crocker Pastries Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen (o KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature JOEL THE STRAN -~* McCREfl The town gove !'!.TI SfflRAMGER . M1ROSLAVA '" —AND— Jack Webb in "24 HOUR ALERT" Carlnon "Tweedy Circus" Mrs C. C. Smith SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Miracle in the Rain A FiCTUiu DF VERY, VERY SPECIAL GREATNESS! rt AND ff / VAN / // JOHMSON WARNER BROS.' / 'Miracle in the Rain i * PEGGIE CAST S-FREDCLARK CIUINMCCMRT-J * mjDGLFH HATI Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shouse Par. News & Cartoon "Tooth or Consequences" Coming Soon to Ritz Theatre "CAROUSEL" With Gordon McRae and Shirley Jones In Cinemascope and Technicolor

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