The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 14, 1956
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWI SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1958 - Society News - . in. Mullnrv Siwi«tv Editor * Ph( MM* MU1U AM Maltory, Society Editor Phon* 3-4461 BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Elizabeth Ann Stephens, daughter of Mrs. Frances Cabaniss Stephens of University, Miss., will . become the bride of Bob CorSell Orsburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Orsburn of Blytheville, in a ceremony to be solemnized in June. Miss Stephens of Mississippi To Become Bride of Bob Orsburn Mrs. Frances Cabaniss Stephens of University, Miss., announces the engagement of her daughter, Elizabeth Ann, to Bob Cordell Orsburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Orsburn of Blytheville. The wedding will be solemnized > June 8 at First Presbyterian' Church in Oxford. The bride-elect IB a Junior at the Ufilvcrslty of Mississippi. She finished high school in Columbia, Miss. Miss Stephens is the granddaughter of Mrs. Lera Cabantss of Oxford »nd a niece of Dr. Allen Cabaniss, professor of history at the University of Mississippi. At the University, Miss Stephens hu been » member of the Westminister Fellowship, the University Chorus and the claiborne Society, the honorary history organization. The groom-elect attended Blytheville High School and is a senior In the »chool of pharmacy at the University of Mississippi. He is member of Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity and Kappa Psl and Rho Chi honorary pharmacy so- He is the grandson of Mrs. E. R. Orfiburn of Blytheville and John Blackburn of Tuckerman, Ark. The engagement of Miss .Stephens and Mr. Orsburn was announced at a dessert party given by Miss Christine L. Oglevee of Oxford recently. Jaycettes Have Osceola Members as Guest Members of the Osceola Jay- cettes and Mrs. Bll! Stovall of Blytheville iVere guests Thursday night when Blytheville Jaycettes met at the home of Mrs. Charlie Leggett. In the business session committees for the installation dance on April 30 were appointed. Tills dance will be preceded by a joint j was hostess to Friday Club with banquet with the Jaycees. j dessert-bridge. Friday Bridge Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Friday bridge club's conducted games yesterday. Vendredf Bridge Club met at th< home of Mrs. Bob Huff last nigh with Mrs. James Peterson, Mrs Ted Grimm and Mrs. Robert Turn er as guests. Upon arrival of guests and mein bers the hostess presented etich with a four-leaf clover In observance of Friday the 13th. She also served a dessert course. Mrs. Hank Dodd won high score ui the games, Mrs. Robert Gnrd- ner, second high, and Mrs. Bill Slack, bridgo. Bits of News IVloA tt }-^e>*6 on at Mrs. Ora Alexander of Memphis will arrive today lor several days visit here with her son, C, S. Alex ander, and Mrs. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs, Alexander had as guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Robert DuEols of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salmons had as overnight guests Mr. and Mrs. WiHlarn Bed: of FUnv, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Beck, who were recently married, were returning from a southern wedding trip. Mrs. Beck is a niece of Mr. Salmons, The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger will leave Monday for Minenapolis, Minn., to attend the General Conference of Methodist, Churches. Mrs. H. H. Houchins returned last night from St. Louis where she has spent this week. ; Mr. end Mrs. T. J. Bailey had as overnight guests Thursday their sons, Howard and Ted, and Bob Walden, all students at Hendrix College. The boys were here with the Hendrix College. Band which, performed at Blytheville High! "The Plantation Room of the hotel + School Thursday afternoon. I was transformed into a springtime Mr. and Mrs. Ba/ley entertained {garden with the windows of the with a drop-in for the entire band-'™" 1 depicting flower boxes, at their home following the concert. | They were filled with mixed spring Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Welch an-! flowers through whicii flew pastel uounec the birth of their second I butterflies. In the back of the room daughter last night at Chlckasawba | red and white striped awnings were Hospital. The baby, who has been BAND OFFICERS — Four officers of Blytheville High School Band are pictured at the annual band ball held at Hotel Noble. They are (left to right) Glenn Ladd, Douglas Graham, Nancy Harris and Joe Hughes. Blytbeville High School Band Has A nn iial Spring Ball at Hotel The annual spring ball for Blytheville High School Band was held last night and Thursday night at Hotel Noble with approximately 250 students being entertained the two nights. Ninety - Five Guests Present At Club28 Dance Ninety-five members and guests were present Thursday night when Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. James Terry entertained Club 28 at the Legion Hut. The dinner was served from tables decorated with arrangements of pastel spring blossoms. Guests were Mrs. Robert Killian, Mrs. R. C. Allen, W. J. Wunderlich, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kirby, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hord, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. CoJeman; Others were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Marr, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Mr. and Mrs. Kemper Bruton.'Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rader, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash and Mr. and Mrs. Rlley Quick. name Kcllette, has a sister, Marily nette. Mrs. R. C. Farr entertained Friday Contract Club and Invited as guests Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, Mrs. F. B. Joyner, Mrs. Bancroft Terry nnd Mrs. Arthur Vance. The Farr home was decorated with spring flowers with the focnl point being a bouquet of pink azaleas accented by purple iris on the piano in the living room. Bridge winners were Mrs. Mod- inger, high, Mrs. G. O. Poetz, second high, and Mrs. Terry, bridgo. A dessert course wr.s served. Mrs. Elan Heath. Mrs. Max Usrey and Mrs. B. F. Brogcion were guests when Mrs. Oscar Fendler Mrs. Legged serven a course in the social hour. Altrusa Club Appoints New Chairmen New committee chairmen were appointed Thursday night when Al- irusJi Club met at Hotel Noble. They were appointed by Mrs. Clara Martin, club president. In other business a program was planned for the Golden Age Club. Ten members were present a t the meeting. In the games of bridge Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs, Heath won high scores. A profusion ot spving {lowers were used to decorate the Fendler home. Mrs. Dyess Is Elected President By Pi Phi Club Mrs. Boy Dyess was elected pros' ident of Pi Phi Alumni Club of BlythevilLe and Osceola yesterday when the club held its Pounders Day lunchehon at the home of Mrs. Jettle Driver in Osceola. Elected to serve with her were Mrs. Charles Crigger, III, vice-president; Mrs. Dick Pruitt, recording .secretury; Mrs. Fred Taylor, treasurer; Mrs. Clem Whistle, rush chairman; Mrs, Ben Butler, Jr., .settlement school chairman; Mrs. Driver, program chairman, nnd Mrs. Dane Fergus, magazine chairman. Those attending from Blytheville were Mrs. Crigger. Mrs. J. M. Wiliams, Jr., Mrs. Jack Hale and Miss Marge Hale. All interested in joining this club may do so by contracting Mrs. Wil Hams. used over the boxes. A miniature band backed with red and yellow tulips accented by fern and greenery was used on the refreshment table. A spiral tree sprinkled with daffodils and butterflies was used on another refreshment table. Mrs. Ray Johnston, Mrs. W. L. Moxley, Mrs. Clyde Kapp, Mrs. Joe Hughes and Mrs. Elton Foster were in charge of decorations with Mrs. Harry Snow serving as food committee chairman. The program, presented by students from the high school, was in charge of Warren Moxley. During the evening Robert Lipscomb, band director, received a gift from the band a'nd the students presented Joe Hughes f retiring president, a gift. Mrs. Lipscomb received a corsage from the students. Fidelis Class Has Meeting In Berry Home Fidelis Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs Henry Berry with five members ind t\Vo visitors, Mrs. Herman Adair and Mrs. J. C. Burr, present. Mrs. J. M. Bolmnmm gave the devotional and also conducted the business session. In this scssioi ,Irs. Virgil Lendennle was elected niblicity chairman. The dismissal prayer was givei by Mrs. A. D. Priest. Chapter N PEG onducts Meeting At Adams Home Chapter N PEO Sisterhood met yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. w. Adams. Mrs. R. A. Nelson presided over the meeting at which time the officers gave the exemplification of ritual. . The program on "Town and Country," was presented by Mrs. G. G. Cnudili. Rainbow Girls To Have Hunt Rainbow Girls will be entertained with a scavenger hunt Mon- Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Variety Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9 p. m. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers and Mr. ana Mrs. John DeMand. MONDAY WMTJ Circles of First Baptist Church meeting. Circle One with Mrs. William Berryman. Circle Two with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. Circle Three with M. R. Griffin at DelL Circle Four with Mrs. James M. Gardner. Circle Five with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Circle Six with Mrs. Leslie Moore Circle Seven with Mrs. V. E. Calvary. Circle Ten with Mrs. Ted King. WSCS Circles of First Methodist hurch. Circle One with Mrl. J. O. Sudbury. Circle T\vo iwth Mrs. Blan Heath Circle Three with Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Circle Four with Mrs. J. A. Bryant. Circle Five with Mrs. Ray Price Circle Six with Mrs. Max Eeld. Circle Seven with Mrs. BiU Hutson, 8 p. m. TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Max Reid. Junior High PTA having las! meeting of school year, 3 p. m Executive board meets at 2:30. CIB Bridge Club meets with Mrs Utho Barnes. Country Club Bridge League meeting. Tuesday Canasta Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. James C. Guard. day night. The girls will meet at the Masonic Temple at 7:30 p.m. Read Courier News Classified Ads SO POTENT HORMONE SERUM Look Younger— Fetl Younger! hdc A»oy Wrinklet, Crow 1 * fwf . SERU . When . •cm ot femilf hormonci— hor •tctturr 10 rouihtdneij ot p:»aic fanile ortiiu. Hnvr ««h Luioli kwme foe f»»t«c rcnmjtion. SL ton ft, imomhet, ircihn »lmOK ini Jkn >9 diiKfclr Sec»u« .fi l ti 90,000 VL" ra n oua<r. 7^'°«cn" ilkvt- mooe* llr ill . in the KJO DAY SUrPLY U« k « B i,tht. mitini— loe.k for umiinit mul jncm:ne. or— nr K »i i dirtime mtkc-up hue. it t f[»sr»nt and gmieim, 100' So, tot » fteiliw. brighter. yo u n(t«-IooMiut (omplcxion KCI » boKleo'f HORMONEX BHAirTYSLRlM toJjr,Oni> 13 V) plut k>. On »iie ii Toiletry Counters, D«>*n••M S(oc« tad Dm i Siora rMfnrhM. Hi-Way Drug Main at Division Phon 2-2019 On South Highway 61 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission SOc—Children Under 12 Free with Parents SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature ALSO —AND— Marjoric Main & Chill Wills in "RICOHET ROMANCE" CARTOON SUNDAY and MONDAY First Blytheville Showing THE GUN-BLUING STORY OF GROUND'S NO. 1 KILLER! PAUL DOUGLAS RUTH ROMAN «i BONAft COUEAW • ottw« uu* • **r m* PLUS CARTOON and SPORT SHORT $ -This Sunday Only- SPECIAL SPECIAL 1 00 SUNDAY Si 00 DINNER 1 APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Bakerl Chicken with Sage Dressing Roast Tip Sirloin of Beef Breaded Veal Cutlets VEGETABLES Choice of 2 Baked Macaroni and Cheese Buttered Broccoli Blue Lake Green Beans Snowflake Potatoes SALAD Pineapple and Cottage Cheese Salad DESSERT Rice Pudding HAMBURGER STEAK Our own fresh pure ground meat With all the trimmings 75' RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blytheville's Favorite Eating Place Installation Service Held by Yarbro PTA j..d Miss Rebecca Henson Engagement Of Miss Henson Is Announced Mr. and, Mrs. William Daniel Henson are today announcing the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Louise, to Jospeh Bruce Bock, son of Mrs. Peter M. Anderson and the law Mr. Bock of Sheridan. Mont Lutheran Women's League Conducts Meeting Nine members were present when Luiheran Women's Missionary League met Wednesday night in the Fellowship Hall of First Lutheran Church. Preceding the business meeting, the ladies Joined the Men's Council to hear the Rev. James Pomeroy outline plans for a 12-week evangelistic endeavor. The devotional, taken from the Lutheran Witness, using Psalm 118:17 as scripture text, was given by Mrs. Mike Parks. Mrs. Charles Wildy. president, was in charge of the business session. Miss Diana Zeller gave the secretary's report and Mrs. E. R. Wildy gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. F. G. Reichel showed the L. W. M. L. scrapbook which she I will take to the district meeting in I Little Rock next month. | A committee to bring the L. W. | M. L. consitution up to date was appointed. Those on the committee will be Mrs. Charles Henley, Mrs. Sidney Hines, Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Wildy and Mrs. Pomeroy. Plans for a potluck dinner to be held April 22 concluded the business session. The study topic given by Mrs. Richard Worlund used Proverbs 31:25 as Bible reference. To close officers was held Wednesday when Yarbro Parent-Teacher Association met With Miss Winnie Virgil Turner in charge. Mrs. J. .L PlunkeU presided over the meeling with Mrs. Paul Hay giving the devotional. I The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Milton' Bunch and Mrs. \ Jack Craig gave the summer | round-up report. . j At the conclusion of the meeting; Mrs. Plunkett was presented a gift by the PTA in appreciation of her work this year. Miss Henson was graduated from (the meeting, Miss Zeller led the Blytheville High School and has! oroup in repeating the Lord's been making her home in Sanjp ra yer. Diego, Calif., since December. i Mr. Bock is a, native of Montana j and one on cancer will be shown, and is at present serving in the: Tuesday night the PTA will spon- Xavy abroad the submarine U. S. sor a Fat an( j Lean basketball S. Remora. The wedding will be solemnized at New Liberty Baptist Church Sunday, April :2. at 4 p. m. with the Rev. Orville McGwire of Hornersville, Mo., formerly pastor of New game betwen parents. the teachers and First Place Tie Develops In Bridge League A five-table Howell movement was played Thursday night by the Duplicate Bridge League which had a first place tie. With 41 !z points, Mrs. F. E. Black, Mrs. S. E. Tune, O. O, Hardaway and Jim Roleson were first. Mrs. Don Edwards and Mrs. A. H. Wallace were third with 39 points. Liberty Church officiating. Mrs. Smith To be ByCooterPTA Mrs. John Smith will be installed as president of Cooler Parent- Teacher Association when the organization meets,on Monday night. A 6:30 p.m. potluck supper will preceded the seven o'clock meeting. Other officers to be installed are Mrs. Paul Cooper, first vice-president: Wayne Cooper, second vice- president, and Mrs. Brodus Presser, secretary and treasurer. For, the program, two films, "A State, A People and Their Schools, 1 EULA'S Beauty Shop 917 Adams St. Phone 3-4513 (Formerly Minnie Brown's) Specializing In Hair Coloring and Permanent Waving Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times The Roxy Theatre is now equipped with Giant Wide Screen and Cinemascope! s m T3 p m Mr. and Mrs. Rob't. Poppleton Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature .TECHNICOLOR Seminole Uprising/' 6EORGE | MONTGOMERY „<* iMk login —AND— JACK PAUNCE-BARBARA RUSH 'Perils of Wilderness" N'o. 2 Cartoon "Flying Turtle" SUNDAY & MONDAY ART/STS -AND 4 MODELS > HAL WALUS Mefro News & Cartoon BENEDICT BOGEAUS * RHONDA FLEMING.COLEEN GRAY Bret Hjrto's —PLUS— Two Cartoons & Selected Short 6y «Q SADIO HCTUHJ, he. •SUN. •MON. •TUE5. Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Court Jester" FUNV-. Jlr. and Mrs. Louie Smotherman PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON Coming Soon to Ritz Theatre "CAROUSEL" With Gordon McRae and Shirley Jones In Cinemascope and Technicolor CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING TO ROXY: "It's Always Fair Weather" "Long Gray Line" "Violent Men" "3 For the Show" Coming May 6-7-8-9 'Meet Me In Las Vegas' with Dan Dailey and Cyd Charisi* In Cinemascope and Color

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