The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1956 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 20, 1956
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PAGE FOU* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL W, 19M HIM Millii Ann — Society News — i Ann Mallbry, Society Editor » Phc Phone 3-4461 Thursday Card Clubs Conduct Gam^s Thursday club* conducted games yesterday. D-Bly Bridge Club played at the R4zorback with Mrs. Jamei TidwaU as hoitess. She invited «s guesti Mrs. Bdcite Saliba and Mrs. Bill Kerner. Mrs. John Farley. Jr., won high score in the games, Mrs. Saliba, second high, and Mrs. Kerner, bridgo Thursday Bridse Club wa» entertained by Mrs. Raymond Schmucit Playing with the club was Mrs. J W. Rayder. Mra. Ray Hall won high in the game« and Mn. C. W. Altord bridgo. The hoittss terved a dessert COUTM and centered her tables with mixed spring flowers. Mn. Bill Welch, Mrs. Russell H. Ttn, Mri. T. E. Geeslin and Mrs. Robert Hester of New York .City were guests when Mrs. Newton | Whitis entertained LaNueve Club with a dessert-Bridge. The Whitl* home was decorated with arrangement* or tulips and panjiec. Mn. He»ter won guest high and Mrs, W. H. O'Ktele. club high. Second high went to Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Mn. fell* Carney was hostesi to Chillion CLub. Game winners were Mrs. L. O Gill, Mrs. O. O. Elkins and Mrs. Sftlly Freeman. Th« hoetesi «*rved « salad course. DELL QUEEN AND ALTERNATES — In a contest recently at Dell High School the student body selected the band queen and her alternates. They are (left to right) Carmclita Hinch, second alter- nat«;"carolyn Jackson, queen, and Diane Bradberry, runner-up. Engineers Woman's Club Lunches In Oriental Fashion al Hotel Members of Corps of Engineers Woman's Club lunched in oriental fashion yesterday when the club held its monthly j |° Biyuicviiie Hospital, she is m Bits of News /• ei-ionat W. W. Beckham is attending a movers household conference in Little Rock today. W. D. Cobb left this morning for Melwood, Ark., on a business trip. He will return Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd McBride of Jonesboro spent Tuesday afternoon here visiting Mrs. Mervin Gilless. Condition ot Sandra Lynn Wah!, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wahl, who underwent an appendectomy yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital, is reported to be satisfactory. She is in Room B-4. Mrs. Bessie Justus is in Florida visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Fifer, and family. She plans to be gone two weeks. Miss Carmen Cary, student at Arkansas State College, will spend | Miss Delnres Davis the weekend here with her parents, 1 f~\L k A ' r*\ Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cary. j Of M ISS DdVI S Mrs. James B. Clark had as her guests yesterday her nephew, W A. Joplin, Jr., and Mrs. Joplin of Hayti. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jones, Mrs. John H. Long find Mr, and Mrs. Toby Long were in Murray, Ky., yesterday to attend funeral ices for Mrs. Jones' sister, D. K. Butterworth. Mrs. Robert Hester of New York City is visiting her sister, Mrs. Coleman Stevens, and family in Osce- qia. Arriving this weekend wtU be Mrs. Hester's and "Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs. Howell Brewer, of Shreveport, La. Mrs. Odell Sanders has returned to her home in Tunica, Miss., aft- c-i a visit of several days here with her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. Stella Howard Is a patient i |$ luncheon at Hotel Noble. To carry out the theme for decorations each place was marked by umbrellas on which the names of j izc a Thimble and Needle Club to guests were printed in Japanese I assist with their welfare work. Corn- i a needy family last week. Club members voted to organ- Mr, and Mrs. Clyde T. Davis announce the engagement and approaching marriage fo their daugh- ^ ter. Dolores, of Blytheville to A/2c "vj',.1 I Albert William Klinger, son of Mr. ' and Mrs. Michael J. Griffy of Upper Darby, Perm. Miss Davis is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is now employed by S. H. Kress and Com-, pany. Airman Klinger, a graduate of Upper Darby High School, is now stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. The couple plan a May 18 wedding with plans to be announced later. Kibitzer Club played at the home of Mr*. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mrs. Williams* decorated her home with tulips and Dutch iris for the dessert-bridge and .invited j a p anese fans. Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. P. Flowers for the D. Joster, Jr., w guests. fashion. Pictures depicting the Oriental influence in style of dress and home furnishings were placed through- room accented by colorful table were arranged in brass and crystal con- j, JLWLCI, ui; +* nu^ko. , ranged in orass »nu tiyjaai ton- High scores went to Mrs. Robert tainers backed by gold fans. Shal- MoHaney and Mrs. George Hub- biird, Jr. • low crystal saucers held yellow lighted tapers. • , Tall arrangements of flowers were Mr*. Byron Morse and Mrs. R.,used at vantage points in the T. Klrshner were game winners room. In keeping with decorations when Thursday Club met at the were a kimona and figurines. Corn- J pleting reports • was the one given ' by Mrs. Elmer Norman, social chair- mun. Dui'lng the afternoon bridge WHS played with high -scores at each table going to Mrs. Virginia Drew, Mrs. L A. Brandon and Mrs. Dick Bernar, Bridgo was awarded Mrs. Laffcrty. home of Mrs. C. W. AfflUck, The luncheon table held an arrangement of pansies with Mrs. H. C. Sims and Mrs. P. E. Black being luncheon guests of the club. Spring flowers cen tered the luncheon table and were used throughout the house when Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertained Mid- Week Club. Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. •Cunningham won the games. Mrs. Hampton Hostess to J.O.Y. Circle Mrs. James Hampton was hostess list night to nine members and eix visitors of J. O. Y. Circle of Beacon Baptist Church. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Paul McDanlel. Mrs. Hampton presided over the business session and Mrs. Roy Schuhavt and Mrs. Laverne Owens gave the program on, "Parable.of the Tares." The hostess and Mrs. Prankie Hall gave the dlmiissal prayers. pleting the oriental theme was Puccini's Madarn Butterfly playing softly In the background, Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mrs. Dorothy Deilton were hostesses for the luncheon-meeting and presented a set of bracelets to Mis. -Jerry Hord, winner of the door prize. Mrs. John Loy Bishop was a new member at the monthly nftair with guests being Mrs W. S. Stagg, Mrs. Joe Pride and Mrs. F. C. Peale, all of Blytheville, and Mrs. Frank Wilkes nnd Mrs. Henry Lafferty of Oaruthersvtlle. Committee reports were given at the business session presided over by Mrs. John Prather. Mrs. Everett T. Clark, ways and means chairman, announced that the club's new money-raising project had been a success and Mrs. Hord, welfare leader, told about the clothes and grocery shower glv- Call an Expert ALBUQUERQUE. N, M. W — John Dyer Wilbur. Albuquerque, asked U. S. District Court to declare him bankrupt. He listed debts of $5,725 and assets of $1.550. He said he was employed as H financial consultant. A l the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Ed Stewart, Rt. 1. city Colleen Ellen Key, Rt. 1, city Chlckasnwhit Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Merlin Gaiin, city Mrs. J. K. Welch and baby, city Mrs. Elite Milhorn, city Mrs. O. B. Frazer, city Charlotte Mathenle, city Will Mobley. Osceoln Mrs. James Pruitt, Holland William Henderson. Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jesse Witty, city Mrs. Pear! Pitts, city Bar for Teacher PUEBLO, Cftla. l.fl -- Theodore Col ton has a choice between two professions: Teaching school or lenriinp bar. Colton has been teaching by day and bartending: by night. But a member of the Board of Education protested C olton's pa vl-time occupation, and I he teacher's contract for next fall requires him to give up bartendinc. Colton hasn't decided which job he'll take. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton. Jr On their 40th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Burress were surprised Monday night when Mr. and Mrs. Theadore Payne and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Prod Burress nnd daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Burress and daughter greeted them bringing baskets of food and gifts. Barbecued chicken and ham were placed on the dining table which they centered with a four tiered cake iced in blue and white with a "Happy Anniversary" greeting. iVIr. and Mrs. Burress have lately moved into their new home on the by-pass east of Holland. Mrs. Carl Reid was hostess to Thursday's Culbertson Club at her country home where 14 club members and two guests met for (he afternoon. Mrs. Miriam Frew Gnrwood of New York City gave an Informal lecture on advantages of planned parenthood which she is interested in bringing before clubs and civic groups throughout this area. Mrs. Garwood was introduced by Mr. Wilson of Caruthcrsville, associated with Pemiscot County Health center. I\$rs. Reid's home, was dressed for the occasion with blooming azaleas and Hllies in flower pots and cut flower bouquets of tulips and flowering fruit blooms. She served a bouquet salad plate with iced drinks. Women's Missionary Society met Monday afternoon In the Baptist Church for a devotional period and short lesson on community missions. Each attending member quoted favorite scripture. A closing prayer ended the meeting. Thursday W. M. S. members included Mrs. Harold Bailey, Mrs. V. M. Jones. Mrs. W. C. Webb, Mrs. Henry Barber, Mrs. Dewey Pruitt and Mrs. Perry Taylor attended the quarterly district meeting of this society. Braggadocio Bapist Church was host at this all day affair. March 26 at Chickasawba Hospital, the baby is their first. Mrs. Holbert was Natalie Nunnery, before her marriage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Nunnery here. Pvt. and Mrs. Billie Clark Kenley are parents of a new born baby girl at Hayti Memorial Hospital, bom early Sunday morning. The baby weighs 7 ! / 2 pounds. They have one other child, a girl, Debbie. Before her marriage, Mrs. Kenley was Joan Hastings, daughter 61 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hastings, of Steele. Paternal grandparents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley. Mrs. Eunice Perry, widow of the late James Perry, has left to make her home permanently in Albuquerque, N. M., with her son, James A. Perry, Mrs. Perry and family. James A. Perry has received two successive abdominal operations in the past three weeks 'and undergone surgery on a leg His present condition is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Howern of Detroit arrived Friday at Mr Howern's mother, Mrs. Minnie Howren's, enroute from Camden, Tenn., where they had attended funeral services of a relative. They left late Saturday. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester Sunday Were Mrs. Pearl McCrrry of Hayti; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kellems of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Max Shelton of Steele. Little Tony Taylor, four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor, is convalescing after a recent ton- silectomy at Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Martin and daughters Nola Jean and Sherry moved early this week to Kennett where Mr. Martin will be associated with Hart's Bread Company For the past several years Mr. Martin was employed with Jackson's General Merchandise Store. Visiting Sunday in the home of Mrs. Nannie Porter was her sister, Mrs. G. W. Rutledge of Ridgley, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Porter and family of Blytheville and Culton Porter of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Frank Brooks and two children of Manila were guests Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Terbert Brooks. Mr. and Mrs, Glen Atkinson of Holly, Mich., are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, here and the former's mother, Mrs. Mollie Atkinson, while Mr. Atkinson is on a month's leave of absence, because of ill health, from his work in Holly. <Mrs. Mary Edwards She we y has visited with her nephew, Dobey Graham in Memphis where he Is a patient at Veteran's Hospital. Having received surgery lately,. Mr. Graham is remaining for a second operation in the very near future. Mrs. Martha Lester of St. Louis accompanied her son, Lawrence, Scout leaders Byron Holly, Mrs. Cleatus Bailey and Mrs. V. M. Jones took their Girl Scout troop on a two-mile after school hike Monday. Their .destination was a grassy slope on the banks of a stream where they made campfire and ronsted franks and marshmallows.< Debra Kay is the name given to the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Bob Holbert of Blytheville. Born 1 Bargains!! at O'Connor's Used Clothing Store 106 S. First St. Clean Clothing! Verv Low Prices! home for the week-end. Mr. Lester has been employed there for the past month and the family plan to move upon expiration of this school term. Woodward Howern is a guest of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Neel, of Albuquerque, N. M., where he returned lately after > brief visit here with his family. Hooper Potts has been removed to his mother's,, Mrs. Lulla Potts, where he will convalesce the next few weeks. Suffering a heart attack two weeks ago, he will remain inactive and bedfast for an indefinite period. Mrs. Hugo Neal and Mrs. Buddy Neal visited the former's father, Delvy Heathcock, at Veteran's Hospital in Poplar Bluff Wednesday. He had undergone eye surgery for removal of a growth. From Payen, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Tommy.Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore came for a week-end in the Anderson Hicks home. Howard Yeager, Frank Brown and Guy Channel left Monday for St. Louis to attend Scotish Rite ceremonies. Mrs. Howard Yeager was overnight guest Monday of her daughter, Mrs. Baxter Southern, and family in Caruthersville. She remained until late Monday to help celebrate her grandson Jim's birthday at a small dinner party. Guests in the home of Mrs. Henry Barber Sunday were her son. Jake Barber, and Lola Worthy of Memphis. LECTURESHIP Church of Christ Blythevilfe, Arkansas April 17 -22, 7:30 Eugene Brirnell - Evangelist FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 20 "What It Means to 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 tht Church of Christ" Congregational Singing EVERYONE INVITED Be a Witness to God's Work in Action C H. THOMPSON April 22nd thru May 13 REVIVAL! Hear the Actual Testimony of the Save'd Services Nightly 7:30 P.M. Full Gospel Tabernacle Lily & Vine Srs. Blytheville, Ark. Rev. A. D. Tabor Pastor Phone 3-6212 STEPPING OUT-Marie Dl- onne of the famous quintuplet! will open & flower shop in Montreal next month. This is tht 5rst business venture by any of i;ie quints since they came Into possession of a $250,000 chunk of their one-million-dollar trust fund. Marie will name th« flower shop -"Emilie Salon" in memory of her sister Emilie who died in August. 1954. ofaDoii REACHES DEEPLY . . . It is truly said the devotion °f * mother is our nearest approach to Heaven on Earth. Anna J~rvis subscribed to that belief when »bt founded Mother's Day years ago. ' We wear a red carnation or rose to honor our mother! who live .... a white one in memory of mothers who have joo«. It is important, also, to perpetuate the memory of loved ones in some lasting form. Let us help you in your selection of a fitting memorial. We have a large variety of monuments to fit any neei JNO. C. McHANEY & SONS "Your Monument Men" Open Sunday Afternoons So. Highway 61 Blytheville, Ark. DANCE To the Rhythmic Music of LUTHER STEINBERG AND HIS ORCHESTRA Friday Night 9 'till ? Featured Vocalist Invite your friends for an evening of entertainment at Mississippi County's leading night club REBEL CLUB Osceola, Arkansas

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