The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1956 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
Page 4
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL IT, 19M Mta MUM* AM - Society News - l AM Mtltory, Society Editor * Ph( Phont 3-4461 WSCS Circles Conduct Monthly Program Meetings Circlw of Women'* Society of Chrinim Servic* of First Methodist Church met yesterday. Circle One met at the home o! ids. J G. Sudbury with Mrs. E- E Hanlin' u co-hosiess. Twenty-fi members were present. Mre. J«ck Robinson gave the de- wtionll ind Mrs. Paul Jobe the •tudy. rour visitors »-ere present at tm circle. They were Mrs. M. O .Hoeg ren Mrs. W. W. Hawkin, Mrs. John walker and- Mn. Herman Aih- eroft. Circle Two met at the home o Mrs Blan Heath with 15 members preterit. Mrs. W. A. Hollingswroth Uught the study. Sixteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. Lynn Hughes with Mrs. T. A. Roers as Bits of News [' erAonat co-hostess. Mrs Bob McOraw gave the de votional and Mrs. Nekton White the study. Circle Four met it the home oi Mn. J. A. Bryant, Mrs. Fred Ratliff wu co-hosttss to the 15 members present Mrs. James C. Guard gave the devotional with Mrs. B. A. Lynch living the study. Mrs. L. B. Old vu a guest of the circle. Mrs. Bay Price »« ho»te« 19 members of Circle rive. At this meeting Mrs. Dick white jive the devotional and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater the study. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Max Reid with Mrs. W. N. Stanton u co-hostt». Ten members were present. Mra. r>. S. Wimberly gave the devotional and Mrs. Fred Fleeman the study. Mrs. Rosa Ijee Orthlmann, Mrs Bd Townsend and Mn. Oeorie Curry were new member* when Circle Seven, with 31 members present, met at the home of Mrs. Bill - Huteton. Mrs. Kbert Johnson was co-hos- tms and Mrs. Harold Henderson g»ve the study. Royal Service Program Given AtTrinityWMU A covered-dish luncheon preceded the Royal Service program yesterday when day circles of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church. ' Repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Bert Host opened the meeting. Mrs. Bill Cook conducted the business session. "Tell Them of Jesus, The Mighty to Save," was the program of which Mrs. Henry Berry served as leader. Those taking parts were Mrs. A. L. Richardson, Mrs. E. F. Cockran, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. R. L. Adkisson and Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Bill Crocker gave the benediction. Martha Hardy Celebrates Tenth Birthday Martha Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy, celebrated her tenth birthday recently with a party at her home. Games were played with prizes teing awarded to Anna Beth Johnson, Kay Parlfs, Larry Crocker and Lynn Frazier. Refreshments of birthday cake and iced drinks were servel with Mrs. Hardy being assisted by Mrs. J. W. Lansley. Boat on the More PARIS. Ky. '.fl — Joe Giivin woke in the wee hours to find that his boat had bounced into his garage, knocking out part of a wall. Parked on its small trailer near the street, the boat was struck by a passing automobile. Mrs. W. T, McDaniel of Memphis wat the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and son Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Stegbert Jiedel are spending a week In Sedalia, Mo., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins had as guests Sunday their son, T. C. Hawkins, and family of Forrest City and Mr. Hawkins' sister, Mrs. Arthur Penter, and family of Dell. , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Blan Stiles and son Robert were in Memphis Sunday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Stiles' niece, Sue Keeling, to Tom McCury at Cherokee Baptist Church. Condition.of Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons, who suffered a heart attack Sunday and is now a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be very much improved. She Is in Room B-8. Mrs. Ed Drew and daughter Jeannie of Louisville, Ky., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williams. Mr. and. Mrs. Williams also had as weekend guests her sister, Mrs. Bob Flowers, and Mr. Flowers of Memphis. Mrs. E, M. Hunt, Mrs. Oliver Moody, Mrs. Edna Walker and Mrs. Eugenia Bishop of CovingUm, Term., were guests Saturday of Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. F. E. Black. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Paulson and daughter Bonnie Jean left this morning for their home in DCS Molnes, la., after a visit of several days here with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend. Condition of Ross Stevens, who Is i patient in Chickasawba Hospital after having suffered a heart attack last week, is reported to be slightly improved. Walter Rosenthal, who has been a patient in Crittenden County Memorial Hospital following an automobile accident several weeks ago, was moved to St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis Sunday. His condition is reported to be satisfactory v and he Is in, Room 241. Col. and Mrs. Charles T. Kramer of Little Rock are spending several days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. Miss Martha Ann Foster, first vear student at Cottey College in Nevada, Mo., has been selected to represent the college as the Arkansas representative at the Arkansas State PEO convention in Little Rock, April 28. Miss roster will iresent special music at one of .he programs. Mrs. Robert Metclafe and Mrs. Robert Huff and their .daughuters will leave in the morning to spend the remainder of the week In Jackson, Tenn., visiting relatives. They will be Joined there on the weekend by their husbands. George Harrington . Is critically ill at his home at 409 South Franklin. The Rev. and Mrs. James Kaln- water and Mr. and Mrs. Jamel Terry are in Rogers this week to attend the state convention of Disciples of Christ (Christian Churches'. , Mrs. J. Louis Cherry has returned from a week's visit In Little Rock with her niece, Mrs. Charles Witsell and other relatives. She went especially to see her sister, Mrs. 3rian Frazier. who was visiting there !rom Stuart, Fla. H. L. Reynolds is undergoing rentmont at Chickasawba Hospital He is In Room B-4. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott ant daughter Rae Eloise were In Cape Presbyterian Women Conduct Business Session A business meeting was conducted yesterday by Women of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. C. M. Gray led the opening prayer after which reports were given by committee chairmen. Christian Education chairman, Mrs. Russell Mosley, told that plans for Vacation Church School are going forward and asked the cooperation of parents in enrolling their children. Mrs. Zal Harrison, stewardship chairman, announced that, the birthday program would be presented on May 21 with a one act play. General fund agencies chairman, Mrs. ieorge Yates, spoke on three causes under her care. The three she spoke on were Stillman College, General Assembly's Training School and American Bible Society. Mrs. Bill Wal- :er, inter-group leader, told that the spring migrant program has been set up and, will include three weeks of vacation church school for Mexican children. It was announced that Church Paper Week will be observed April 22-29 by Mrs. James Manley, literature chairman. Plans for the May Fellowship Day, sponsored by the Council of Church Women, to be held at the Presbyterian Church on May 4, were given by Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. Repeating of the Mizpah dismissed those present. Bible Studies Given at Calvary Circles Bible studies were given yesterday at circle meetings of Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Mrs. W. F. O'Neal gave the study when Circle One met at the home of Mrs. Luther Hodge. Mrs. Raymond Loveless, Mrs,. Raymond Carter and Mrs. McKay were visitors at this circle which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Edgar .Jackson. The business session was presided over by Mrs. Alf Jones and Mrs. Hodge gave the closing prayer. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Creciliua with Mrs. H. J. Pondren giving the study. Mrs. L. B. Johnese gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Dale Garner the secretary's report. Closing pray- was Rhoads. given by Mrs. Everett Trinity GA's Conduct Meeting Girl's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church met last week at, the home of Mrs Woodrow Hardy with •even members present. Join Huey gave the prayer with Jo Evelyn House presenting the devotional. Following a review on the maiden steps, Mrs. Hardy gave the closing pnyer. Girardeau Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Eloise Scott. Mr, and Mrs, W. C. Hester were in Memphis over the weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Lester and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monday. NARROW LOOK — Pretty accents for spring fashions are these French glove imports. Shorty gloves In fabric (upper left) have geometric inserts of imported lace. These are by Gant Madeleine. Classic shorty by Kislav (upper right) is in creamy glace, has been extended to cover the wrist bone. This glove is washable. Glace gloves from this same designer are scalloped at the wrist bone< lower left) and glittering with brilliants. Spring scallops from Gant Madeleine (lower right) are fabric gloves with slim fingers and a sleek look. They'll keep both color an,d shape through endless washings. GOOD TRAVEL COMPANY — The tunic in a magnified woolknit by Beldoch-Popper is lor spring in refreshing vivid colors. Done with a new kind of stitch, it will neither wrinkle nor sit out. This means it's a hardy traveler, handy in many climates. ZENITH ...The Royalty of TV! 21 Inch Series PrlcH J As Low As P lus Im HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 21S W. Main St. Phone PO 2-2015 . 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! TUES,, WED. & THURS. Double Feature —AND— Cleo Moore in n Jail Bait" Cartoon "Father's Day Off" CINEMASCOPE PICTURES COMING TO ROXY: "lt'« Always Fair Weather" "Long Gray Line" "Violent Men" "3 For the Show" LECTURESHIP Church of Christ Blytheville, Arkansas In Progress April 17-22, 7:30 TUESDAY NIGHT, APRIL 17 "Living \Vith A Good Conscience" WEDNESDAY NIGHT, APRIL 18 "From Eden to Paradise" THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 19 "Religious Theories Which Produce Skeptical and Infiedlity" FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 20 "What It Means (o Believe In Christ" SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 21 "The Way That Leads Unto Life" SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22 "Dangers Confronting the Church" SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 22 "Why B« A Member of the Church of Christ" Congregational Singing EVERYONE INVITED Mrs. Coleman Hostess to 'Esther Circle Mrs. Edna Coleman was hostess yesterday to 18 members of Esther Circle of Beacon Baptist Church. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Stanley West with the program on stewardship being given by Mrs. Hazel Presnell, Mrs. Anno- mo Boone, Miss Martha Jones and Mrs. Coleman. Miss Jackie Quails gave the closing prayer. On South Highway 61 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30—Show Starts at Dusk Admission 50c—Children Under 12 Free with Parent* TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Double Feature k Ik. .ondti of STEHEOWONIC SOUND —AND— Produced by Paul tots • Directed by Nonmn 1. Nelson" Written laf the Scretn by Hal Kanter and EdTwnd H»rtm»nn Bastd w a Story by Aubf ey Wisberg - A Paramount Picture f^i JOAN ^FONTAINE "'••' BASIL RATHBONE / AUDREY DALTON : HUGH MARLOWE ALSO CARTOON a. 2 o Cinemascope at Its Best Dr. and Mrs. Milton Webb With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m Tonight Is Bargain Night! Admission lOc and 2flc Double Feature ALLIED ABTISTS PICTURE —AND— AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE Also Cartoon Wed. & Thurs. FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING! ' the Funniest Kaye on Movie Record!" -LIFE MAGAZINE PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON "•WED. • THURS. •F0T Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "The Benny Goodman Story" The story of A FABULOUS GUY... A WONDERFUL GIRL and tile • EXCITING MUSIC .they raads together anJ Ih intmpaath musk nconW t r BCHHY GOODMAN! . «HE XRUPi • LIONEL HAMPTON • BE* POLLACK • ItOOf WILSON • EDWARD "KIO" HT W^U<d fou HARRY IAMES • MARTHA TILTOK . IKtl ELMAN A UNIVERSAHNTERNAFIONAL PICTURE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipscomb Paramount News and "Wacky Bye Baby" 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 Dailey and Cyd Charisse In Cinemascope and Color

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