The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHETILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1958 — Society News - a Ann Mslliirv SiuMnr.v K.ditnr * PKo Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society liditur Phone 3-4461 ENGAGED — Miss Bonnie Lou Sheppard of Doll will become the bride of Charles P. Leggelt of BlytncviUe in a ceremony to be solemnized May 15 at Dell Methodist Church. Miss Sheppard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey L. Sheppard of Dell and Mr. Leggett is the son of Mrs. W. C. Leggett of Blythcville and the late Mr. Leggett. Miss Bonnie Sheppard of Dell To Be Bride of Charles Leggett Mr. and Mrs. Dewey L. Sheppard announce the engage- and approaching marriage of Iheiv daughter, Bonnie menl Presbyterian Women to Hear Dr. Frank Smith It was announced at the meeting of the executive board of Women of the prchbytcrum Church at the devotional service* Wednesday morning beginning at fl:30 a. m. Dr. f-'nink G. Smith will be guest speak- It was also announced that, between Sunday School and church Cervices Sunday, doughnuts and col- foe will be servpd in the basement. Mrs. G. W. Dillahwily m«de this announcement. Mrs. Vt-rnon Thomasson presided over the meeting and the devotional was tfivcn by Mrs. George Yale s. Special Festivites Being Planned At Country Club for TheChildren Both children and adults of the Country Club will have a festive Easter with the annual Easter Egg Hunt to precede a supper party for the entire membership. Bits oi News Mr. and Mrs. James Guthrie und children and Mr, and Mrs .S J. Craig .spent the weekend ii- Potuotoc, Miss., visiting Mr. and Mr.s, A. G. Alexander. A daughter, Linda Cheryl, was horn Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Davis of Kahunazoo, Mich., former residents. They also have rntjnt mm dpui uu^muj.; UKU i IU^L. (/i nnn£-,">•*-') i."ji-«•••-- tli rue sons, Larry, Ahui and Dan- LOU to CharlOS P. Leggott, SOU Of Mrs. W. C. Leggett Of lei. Mr. nnd Mrs. Larry O. Davis Blytheville and the late Mr. Loggott. "' """"""' Miss Sheppard attended Linden-, wood College and was gradimtwl i from Memphis State a home economics deg active in various clubs and was president of the Home Economics Club, treasurer of the pnnhellenlu and a member of Sigma Kappa ss Sneppard auemieu MIUK-H-, I College and was graduated i \Tr_ ,-,,,,„ -~.{ Memphis State Collcso wlth| W OlJltlll OI me economics degree. She Was ; Program Sorority. She has just completed n postgraduate course at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway. Mr. Leggett attended the University of Mississippi nnd served two years In Uie United Stistos Army Signal Corps. He fs now an employe of the United Stall's P»sl Ofifce in Blytheville. The wedding will be solcmni/.ed May 15 at Church. the Dell Methortlst Business Meetings Conducted by Trinity Circles A business meeting was Held at the church yesterday by member?; of the Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Bwptisl, Chvm:n. Mrs. C- E. Parks led the opening prnyer following repeating of the watchword. Mrs. Bill Cook presided, gave the devotional and dismissed the .group. Mildred MnfLhew Circle met iit the church last night, with Kl members and one new member, Mrs. Kd- wurd Roussel, present. Repeating of the watchword followed •with pv»yi?v by Mrs. Guy Parrish opened 11 if nieelim;. Mrs. Ernest Walker presided nnd Mrs. Robert McGet: dismissed (he group. Is Announced Mrs. Utho Barnes, general chairman of the Woman of the Year bnnquet, (/>d(iy announced the program lor this evening. The banquet will be held tonight beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the ptan- tntlon Room ol Hotel Noble with Mr.s. Frnnri's Onnmilll presiding and introducing the Woman of l.he Year. Winnie Virgil Turner, and the Sorority Girl of the Year, MI-K. Dan McCusklU. Miss Dlllle June Korigers will give the Invocation. Mii.slciil entertaln- mi.'iit will be provided by Danny Cobb, soloist, and Ralph Nichols and Davis Cobb. The Ro.v. JHIIHJK W. Rainwater will be suest speaker and l.he guest book will be. presided over by Miss Florence Moore. of Blythcville; are In Michigan With their son and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jimmy Uaughm&n und Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr.s. Drew Hughey, Mrs. gaily Kinies, Mr.s. Alma Schcrer, and Mrs. Jltn Keller spent yesterday in Memphis. H. L. Guy spent Sunday In Memphis visiting friends. The Drew Hughey family spent .Judy Westbrook Has Birthday Party Here Judy West brook, dniwhter of Mr. 11 nd Mrs. Henry Wr.s!brook, celebrated her sisth birtluiuy ye.stcr- ilny when be) with a parly. 'I'lu- chtUlrct ])layii]|; iiio(.h(M- entertained Mrs. John Caudlll is chairman of the egg hunt for all children of Country Club members 12 years of age or younger. Other members of this committee are Mrs. O. G. Hufobard, Jr., Mrs. Riley B. Jones, Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., and Mrs, Ben Mac White. The hunt this year will be held Sunday afternoon, 3 until 5 o'clock, followed by a motion picture film and a supper party for both adults and children. | Children will huntf or eggs in wo divisions with the boys and! (iris of six years and under vicing! n one competition and children of seven through 12 years hunting eggs In another competition. ! Unusual prizes are being arranged with a first and second irlxe in each division und special awards for finding the golden egg ,n each division. Refreshments will be served and favors distributed. As is the csutom, each child attending will send six dyed eggs for the hunt. These arc to be taken to the Country Club between Saturday noon and Sunday noon, where Mrs. William H. Caldwell, the club hostess, will receive them. Out of town members' children are extended a special invitation lo this event, with their eggs accepted when they arrive, if necessary, A portion of the club grounds is to be cleaned for this event and refreshments will be served in the ball room. In casft ol rain, the hunt will be staged inside the club house. For the supper party following the movie, there will be special tables for children, if desired, members of the committee pointed out. Sunday In portagevllle v[sitln ig re- Miss Jean Campbell, student nl OU; Miss, is spending her spring vacation here with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Russell Campbell. Mrs. Stromire Entertains Gosnell HD Club Mrs. Chnrles Stromire was hostess In Gosnell Home Demonstration dub in the amlng room of Go;;iH!ll Raptisl Church yesterday afternoon. There were 22 members a net one visitor, Mrs. Clyde Fowl- i', present. Mrs. O. T. Stark presided over meeting and the eye-openei sin unhingement of food. Mrs. R. L. M n x well led the opening prayer followed with a devotional by Mrs. Tom Grimes, Reports were given by Mrs Alice Uill. Mr.s. Mnxwell, Mrs Guy Gcan, Mrs. Lee Hill nnd Mrs Charles Stromire. Roll enII wn; answered by talks on "What I t th il WiitrbliiK tht'li Ciivoritt* Iclevl.siiui profinun. P'a- '(^r« ol huts iiiui elmvuliilc ElftstiM 'pf;,s were f.:lvi*i!. Mr.s. .Pete Thomas nnd Mrs. Think is Good About Our Com- atU-nuiuiii MHinily." The fur hnndbatr. M;ty sound wacky but it's fashion lor spring I with daytime suits ami ' Mr.s. Mnrrmv Pntler was elected c'lolhlnn ehiiiiimin and Mrs. Minnie Gearpe was elected 4-H Club I.i'adi'r lo be assisted by Mrs. Gl'HIl. In ihe social hour. n iulies were j pliiyed with Mrs. Hill winning the •ofiTshiwmls of birthday j pri/.e. The hostess served refresh- Coming Events TUESDAY Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs, Bill Lowe. 7:30 p.m. WEDNESD. Y Mrs. Herb Rhodes entertaining PS Bridge Club. TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Gilbert Smytlie. NOW Club meeting with Mrs. Wllllnm Harrison, 7:30 p.m. Family night at Trinity Baptist Church, 7 p.m. THURSDAY Clear Lake Baptist Church WMU tneetlnff at the home of Mrs. 'Cecil Mann, 2 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meeting: with Mrs. Grace Cnldwell. 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meet- Ing. FRIDAY Sunbeams or Trinity BnpUsl Church having Easter egg hunt, 3:45 p. in. SATUUDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet-1 ing. SUNDAY Easier Sunrise Services at Star- vue Drive-In at 6:30 a.m. Handiest thins: In your wardrobe eovikl be the svvwiUpv that's cut like i\ man's shirt. Good over blouses and skills; equally good with a sheath dress In wool. Mrs. Shanks Elected Head Of WSCS Group Officers were elected last night at a meeting of the Women's Society ot Christian Service ol Lake Street Methodist' Church. Mrs. George Shanks was elected president; Mrs. G. M. Baxter, vice- president; Mrs. L. E. Gay, recording secretary; Mrs. Joe Strickland, treasurer; Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle, corresponding secretary; Mrs. O. J. Kodgers, missionary education; Mrs. Joe Thomas, spiritual life; Mrs. J. K. Sanders, secretary of social relations and local activities; Mrs. Mary Scrape, secretary of student work; Mrs. Billy KinK, secretary of youth; Mrs. John Lutes, secretary of children; Mrs. Estcl Harris, status of women; Mrs. Paul J-Apford. secretary of supplies, and Mrs. H. M. Sanford, literature and publications. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Shanks and Mrs. Scrape were elected as delegates to attend the annual conference. A report on the meeting at First Methodist Church was given by Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. Shanks. A lifetime membership was presented Lo Mrs. Shanks and Mrs. Thomas, assisted by the entire group, presented the program. Lottie Moon Sunday School Class Has Meeting Lottie Moon Sunday School Class of Gosnell Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Andy Bevlll last night with 10 members present. Mrs. Bill Crawford led the opening prayer and Mrs. Jack Tapp presided over the meeting when reports were given by officers and 3 new members, Mrs. Harrington, Mrs. Austin and Mrs. R. J. Hodge, were introduced. The devotional was given by Mrs. Charles Bunn and Mrs. Roy McKay gave the closing prnyer, after which the hostess served refreshments. Easter Topic of Yarbro WSCS Program Easter season was chosen as the topic for the devotional and mission study last night when the Yarbro Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Punk Willlfi. Mrs. Denny Hammond gave the devotional and Mrs. Carl Burton was in charge of the program. Following the business -session, presided over by Mrs. Monroe Besharse, the hostess served refreshment. 1 !. Sixty Members Present at WMU Meeting A luncheon prtctddt the prop-am yeiltrday when the Women's Mlsslontry Union of Flrat Baptist Church met with 80 members present. Mrs. K. L. Hale presided over the meeting which was opened with repeating of the watchword and group singing. Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the opening prayer. Circle Seven presented the program with Mrs. C. W. Aflllclc In charge. Members talcing parts were Mrs. Robert Blaylock. Mrs. Roy Head, Mrs. C. M. Smart and Mrs. J. H. Seeman. Mrs. C. S. Lemons gave the devotional and Mrs. H. H. Brooks dismissed with prayer. Calvary WMU Circles Have Monthly Meetings Circles of Calvary Women's Missionary Union met in homes yesterday afternoon. Circle One met with Mrs. J. W. Rambo. Mrs. Ona Peeples presided over the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. W, F. O'Neal. Mrs. Claude Rowland was in charge of the program and Mrs. J. H. Melton dismissed the group. Circle Two met with Mrs. Fred Fhflbrook, who also presided over the meeting. Mrs. J. H. Fondren gave the opening prayer. The Bible study was given by Mrs. L. B. Johnese and Mrs. Nora Lunsford dismissed the group. Assembly of God WMC Conducts Social Meeting Women's Missionary Council of Assembly of God Church met at the home of Mrs. J. N. Long last night for a social meeting. There were 25 members present. The evening was spent In play- Ing games and other Inlormal entertainment. .The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments of sandwiches, cake and iced drinks by Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, Mrs. R. B. Brown, Mrs. Edith Jones and Mrs. J. R. Miller. Mrs. Slayton Hostess to Ruth Class Mrs. Burley Slayton was hostess last night to eight members of the Ruth Class of First Baptist Church The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Alvln Hardy, which was followed with a devotional by Mrs. J. H. Hughes. Following the closing prayer by Mrs. Victor Stilwell, the hostess served refreshments. HAIR WITH A FLAIR FOR EGGS-Carrying all her Easter eggs in one "basket" is Charlene Balk o£ Detroit, Mich. The unique hair fashion was created by a Detroit beauty ichool student who says you don't have to be an eeehead to wear it. Read Courier News Classified Ads At The Hospitals \ Blythcville ollspital Dismissed: J. W. Maloney, city Clilckasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles N. Haysleit, city Cleve Nichols, city Billy Chambers, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Keith Lovins, Cooter FRESH CAGED EGGS Delivered to your door E. S. MULLINS& SON Ph. 3-4779 Day or Night Lingerie lines are slimmer this sprlnp. following the trend of ready-to-wear. Most of the new lingerie Is In no-iron fabrics, prettied up by crystal pleating, sheer flounces or lace. YOUi_BUY OME GALLON AT REGULAR PRICE YOU GET SECOND GALLON FOR % PRICE Save at Least $2.67 •r-*w W IASY TO PA1HT WITH! ^H profeKional-foo^ng job the fin) lime. Amaleuri love ill QUARTS TOO! Phone 3-4551 if you would like an estimate on a complete paint job. LUMBER COMPANY 319 W. Ash—Blytheville, Ark. 195l's Srcimd rhrc Winner JimoL Wilson won second place honors In Ihc 1SS4 Children's Portrait Contest. Jnnct Is the (liHiphtcr of Mr. nnrl Mrs. Victor Wilson, Rt. 2, Blj-ihevtUc. Lee Bearden Photography PRESENTS Second Annual Childrens Portrait Contest April 5 thru 16 TO ENTER: 1. Bring your child into pos,> will be entered In our studio between the dntcs of April S through April 16 for FREE CONTEST SITTINGS. 2, We will photograph your child in several carefully planned poses. Your choice of the best the contest. 3. ARC group for this contest will be 4 months to 8 years.' 4. You are not required to order any picture*. PRIZES: First. Prize: 16" x 20" portrait in heavy oils. Suitably framed from our selection, .value $100 Second Prize: 16"x20" portrait in oil. Value t 3" Third Prize: 11" x 14" portrait in oil. Value ................................... $ 16 10 Othor Prizes: 11" x H" black and white portraits. Value .......................... $110 Remember ... it costs you absolutely nothing to enter this contest! METHOD OF JUDGING 1. Each parent will be given 'a ballot with provision for flrst, second and third choice. 2. Contest pictures will be on exhibit May 16-21. The public is invited to view these portraits, but only parents of the entrants may vole. 3. Winners will be announced May 26. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-8666 419 W. Main GLEANER! 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 3kjtimtie s.'znd 'LAUNDRY-CLEANERS more change for your dollars! PREP FASHION FIVER Matching Suit 27.95 Contrasting Slacks 8.95 3 pieces to wear 5 ways! i regular suit sports outfit odd fQcket light slacks Count all the changes from this coloi keyed suit-plus-slscks combination. 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