The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 16, 1956
Page 4
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 16,195« !' - Society News )te Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor ' Paul Gobel, •M^ Phone 3-4461 MlSS Hall RED RAZZOO QUEEN — Miss Nancy Harris, daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. Willis Harris, is shown following her selection and crowning u queen of the Bed Razzoo Club of Blytheville High School when the club held its annual Red Rose Banquet and dance at Hotel Noble Saturday evening. Shown with her is Roger Sudbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sudbury, and president of the club, who was in charge of the coronation ceremony. Miss Harris Reigns As Queen At Red Razzoo Red Rose Dance Miss Nancy Harris reigned as queen when Red Razzoo Club held its annual Red Rose Banquet and dance at Hotel Nobla Saturday evening. At the Hospitals Blythertlk HcMpitali Sam Macro, city. Ed Stewart, city. Mrs. J. D.; Harper, city. Douglas Hewon, city v Daniel Peterson, city. Jewel Lewis, city. , WUliaiP Qorbet, city. Mre. W. I. Jones, Cooter. ba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Harry Higgione, Holland. Willie Mae Bobo, Dell. Mrs. Leonard Smith, city. Mrs. T. J. Edgmon, city. Mrs. Mary Hatfleld, city. Hooper Potts, Steele. Mrs. J. W. McMllllan, Memphis. Mrs. Herman Lovis, Cooter. .Mrs. J. C. Crlner, city. Mrs. Wiley Young, city. Jeanette Baughman, city Mrs. Carl Johnson and baby, citj Harvey Parrlsh, city Mike Stallings, city Marty Caudle, city Gerrald DeLong, city Mrs. Najeeby George, city Clarence Cummings, city Mrs. Odie Brandon, Ridgely, Tenn Brad Daniels, city Agnes VanCleve, Monette William Holleman, Steele Mrs. Vernon Neumann and baby city Walk Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Otis Tart, Rt. 1, city Charles Glenn Atkinson, city Mrs. K. J. Edwards and baby Eteele William Harper, city Harvey Tiltman. Tomato Mrs. Estelle Colston, city Hoyt Turner Jr., Steele Mrs Fred Smith, city AI Atkins, city * The affair was held in the main dining room of the hotel with the coronation ceremony taking place before a garden scene backed by silver tinsel. Red roses were used In the scene and on the Individual tables. In the windows of the room red cellophane rose cutouts were used. A rose bouquet and ft Red Razzoo pin were presented the queen. Each girl present received a charm bracelet inscribed with Red Razzoo^ 1956. Maids to Miss Harris were Nancy Estes, Donna Stanfleld, dona, Qaines and Emily Damon. Roger Sudbury, club president, crowned the queen. Escorts were Paul Westbrook, Jimmy Henry, Raymond Miller and Hays Sullivan. The program for the evening was the presentation of pins to new members. Those members are Marvin Zellner, Jerry Lutz, John Tay- Make a Date with the Newest ftocxersf COME IN AND ROCKET 'ROWD Tf/e BLOCK/ ( OR 'ROUND THE 70WN\ IF YOU LIKEl J SEE YOUR NEAREST (MOBILE DEALER Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Oxford of Memphis were guests yesterday of Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot and daughter Mary. Mrs. Billle Joe Gean Is undergoing treatment at Chlckasawba Hospital. She is In Room B-17. Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of Sylvanla, O., IS visiting relatives here. Susan Parks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks, is confined to her home with chlckenpox. Mrs. Pearl Hires, who has spent the past four months in Union City, Tenn., with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn, and family, is now at her home here on 621 Walnut. Mrs. Hires recently underwent surgery on her right foot. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Pleitz and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Davis are in Dyersburg, Tenn., today to attend funeral services for Mrs. Pleltz's cousin, Lean Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Torrens of Independence, Kans., were weekend guests of their daughter, Mrs. W. P. Bradley, Dr. Bradley and son William, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woodard of Memphis spent the weekend here visiting Mrs. Woodard's father. Ernest L. Parker and Mrs. Parker. .Mrs. Dan Surge and daughter Danece spent yesterday in Jonesboro visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hays. H. L. Reynolds, who has been a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Is now at his home. Mr, and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters had as guests Saturday afternoon her sister, Mrs. Gaston Grown, and daughter Jeanette of Rlsco, Mo., her mother, Mrs. Burl Castman, of Cooter and her niece, Miss Marie Terry of Haines City, Florida. Luncheon Compliments Mrs. Harp Mrs. Rouse Ho.rp, who is visiting here from Florida, was honored with a luncheon Saturday al the home of Mrs. Randal Hawks. Seated at the tables with Mrs, Harp and her hostess were six ol her former school friends. They wero Mrs. Ray Harrison, Mrs. Calvin Hol- llngsworth, Mrs. George Anderson Mrs. .Bill Banister, Mrs. Hank Dodd and Mrs. Everett Peterson. Potted geraniums through which flew pastel butterfulys were used on the tables. Arrangements of dogwood blossoms were placed about entertaining rooms of the home. Wed in Keiser Miss Dawn Paye Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hall of Keiser, jecame the bride of Paul Gobel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gobel of Carson Lake, in a ceremony at the Baptist Church in Keiser Friday evening. The Rev. W. J. Denton officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original white silk shantung short gown featuring a tucked bodice with a portrait neckline and long torso. Her accessories were In heavenly blue and she carried a white Bible centered by a single white orchid. Miss Bonnie Mills served as the only feminine attendant. She wore a pastel pink ballerlne length frock and carried a bouqet of pink camellias. The church was decorated with white gladiolia and white tapers. Vows were exchanged beneath a wedding arch entwined with ivy. Miss Joan Ashley furnished the pre-nuptial music. Ed Williams of Osceola served as best man. Ushers were Johnny Earl Spec kof Frenchman's Bayou, cousin of the bride, and Ronnie Gobel brother of the groom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home economic cottage with the bride's table being centered with an arrangement of white gladioli flanked by white tapers. An imported grass linen outwork cloth overlaid the table. Reception assistants were Mrs. J. E. Speck, Miss Peggy Zook, Mlsr Barbara Creecy and Miss Lula Bel! Shoemaker. Mrs. Ronnie Gobel was i in charge of the guest book: | For the wedding and reception; the bride's mother wore a black linen two piece dress trimmed in white and black patent accessories. The groom's mother wore a navy blue sheer dress with navy accessories. Both mothers wore prctiid corsages. The couple left on a short wedding trip. For traveling the bride wore a red linen suit with black patent accessories. On their return they will make their home in Carson Lake where the groom will be associated with his father In farming. lor, Mike Terry, Carroll Blakemore and Benny Harpole. Gifts were presented from the club to Roger Sudbury and Henry Austin, club sponsor. Following the program dance an intermission party was held at Rustic Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Kob't. Poppleton Cinemascope at its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Lislen to KLCN at 10:1(1 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roiy I'rojiram Announcements MONDAY and TUESDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Court Jester" the Funniest Kaye on Movie Record! -Hit MAGAZINE DANNY KAYE. COURT eJESTER j Mr. and Mrs. Louie Smotherman PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON Off icers Wives Club Members To Attend Show Any member of Officers Wives Club of Blytheville Air Force Base Interested in attending a Memphis garden club spring tour, April 28, Is requested to contact Mrs. Edward Durby at 3-8944 by Friday. pique. Her accessories wer« in whit* and she wore a corsage of pinlc carnations. Special guests at the shower were Mrs. Jesse Holcomb and Mrs. H. ,B. Black, mothers of the engaged couple. Attending from Paragould were Mrs. Winona Thiel, sister of the groorn-elect, and Mrs. Dewey Pigue, aunt of the bride-elect. During the afternoon, party games were played with the honoree receiving the prize. A dessert plate was served by the hostesses. Dozen Club Conducts Games In Burge Home The Dozen Bridge Club played at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burge Saturday night with Mr. and Mi's. Bill Steinslek as co-host*. Guests of the club members were Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, Lt. Jim Maxwell and Miss Ann Wilson. Mrs. Robert Huff won high in the women's division with Mr. Anderson winning men's high. Bridgo was awarded Lt. Maxwell. Miss Holcomb Honored with Kitchen Shower Mtas Glenda Holcomb of Dell, bride-elect of Darrell Black of Paragould, was complimented with a kitchen shower at the home of Mrs Udell Newson Saturday afternoon. Co-hostesses were Mrs. T. N. Ben nett and Miss Loretta Slgman. As guests arrived they placed their gifts on a table which wa overlaid with a white cutwork cloth and centered with a tulip arrangement. Miss Hoteomb opened her gifts wearing a trousseau frock of brown checked cotton trimmed in whit Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times The Roxy Theatre is now equipped with Giant Wide Screen and Cinemascope! LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARTINKEMS AR77STS /WD « HAL WALUS Metro News & Cartoon TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature Coming Soon to Ritz Theatre "CAROUSEL" With Gordon McRae and Shirley Jones In Cinemascope and Technicolor Coming May 6-7-8-9 Meet Me In Las Vegas with Dan Dailcy and Cyd Charisse In Cinemascope and Color tfPit/u Picture! Corpontlon lived by 20th Century Foi — AND— Cleo Moore in "Jail Bait" Cartoon "Father's Day Off" CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING TO ROXY: "It's Always Fair Weather" "Long Gray Line" "Violent Men" "3 For the Show" Mitchell Movement Played By Bridge League A ten-table Mitchell movement was played Saturday afternoon by Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. Jim Rolesbn won first place in North CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested. Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service »,,«, LAUNDRY-CLEANERS '" j-4418 8. 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Victor Stilwell were second in last-Wut division with 135. Mrs, E. M. Hunt and Mrs. Oliver Moody of Covini- ton, Tenn., were third with 132V4. On South Highway 61 • GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Start* at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with Parents LAST TIMES TONIGHT First Blytheville Showing SAVAOIUFIANB CHIMB OF A MOt-KINOI **••£• .» torn auutt PLUS SELECTED SHORTS TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Double Feature • BhtM bl to™" '• " Kiitttn lot tta Scrim bi HH ««*<«« Edmn! Hrtmm Bert on i SWj bj Mny Wfctoi • A rwnrt Pittai BASIL RATHBONE AUDREY DALTON HUGH MARLOWE ALSO CARTOON THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekday Show Starts 7:00 p.m.—Sat. & Sun. 1 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature » CECIL KEIUWW. WUUS wa • JOOIH EVEm • WWJE SOWS! • A MRJtl-INTtWM HCtW _AND— JANE'"~"CHARLTON WYMAN-HESTON, PI AIDE THFIMA -WILLIAM OCM4SCST WALUCE CORO ,_ OLAIKt IflLLlVIM TOMHELWORE —-WIUU*MH PINK_ TREVOR-RITTER TECHNICOLOR . ALSO CARTOON Tuesday Is Bargain Night! ADMISSION lOc and 20c Double Feature —AND— Also Cartoon COMING SOON First Blytheville Showing

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