The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1955
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TUESDAY, APRIL B, 1955 BLYTHEVrtLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Blythevllle Junior lUgh Chorus and Director, Mrs, J. WUson Henry First Lutheran Church to Sponsor Special Easter Sunrise Service at Starvue Drive-In A special Easter Sunrise Service will be held at the Star-vue Drive In Sunday morning at 6:30 a.m. This service is being sponsored by the First Lutheran Church of which the Rev. James Pomeroy is pastor. Seventy members of Blytheville Junior High School Chorus under direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry will present the hymns and liturgical responses for the services. Of special interest will be their rendition of "Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones," "Christ The Lord Is Risen Today," "Joyful Easter-Tide," and "Ye Sons and Daughters of the King." Eavlier this month, this choral group was awarded one of the "Excellent" ratings at, the District Choral festival at Newport. Along with the musical selections the choir has prepared many liturgi- cal responses to be used frequently during the service. Mrs. Henry, who heads the music department of Blytheville High School, has been working in close cooperation with the Rev. Mr. Pomeroy. Mrs. Henry said, "It is a privilege being asked to help with this type of service. WORSHIP SERVICE The Rev. Mr. Pomeroy will conduct the worship service and deliver the Easter sermon, "Jesus Christ Is Risen." The worship service is planned Miss Teddy Mitchell of Memphis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr. She returned home i/Ionday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Silman will return home Friday from Houraa, La., where they have been visiting Mr. Sliman's sister, Mrs. Joe Moosa. Enroute to Houma, Mr. and Mrs. Sliinan stopped over at the University of Mississippi and had lunch with their granddaughter, Miss Sylvia Ellas, who attends the university. Students from Ole Miss arriving home Thursday for their spring vacation are Miss Bettye Spires, Miss Sylvia Ellas, Sonny Steed and Allen Starr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ellas and daughter, Patty Kaye, of Cairo, 111., were weekend guests of his brother, William Ellas, and Mrs. Ellas. W. W. Prewitt, Sr.. visited his son, W. W. Prewitt. Jr.. and family last week, In Leland, Miss. He returned home Sunday night. Miss Sally McCutchen of Blytheville spent'the weekend in Osceola as guest of Miss Bettye Claire Bowles. . Mrs. A. E. Thome and Mrs. Max Stewart, Jr., were Jonesboro visitors Saturday. Mrs. Braxton Bragg and Mrs. Faye Henderson of Little Rock visited friends in Osceola over the weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance. HI, announce the birth of a baby daughter Friday at noon at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. The lltle girl was named Virginia Lee Lowrance. Mrs. George Doyle. Sr., and Miss Marjorie Doyle h adas their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.. Doyle, Jr., and two children and Mrs. Raymond Cotner and two children of Stkeston. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Segraves entertained the Rev. George Faison, Mrs. Faison and four sons over the weekend when they came for Mi'. Faison's initial sermon Sunday morning at First Presbyterian Church where he has accepted the pastorate. Miss Barbara Shaneyfelt, who will bo married next month to Bob- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35( At All Times FEEDER CALF SALE + 1200 HEAD •*• STEERS and HEIFERS ANGUS, SHORTHORNS, HEKKFORIiS Sorted into uniform lots. THURS., APRIL 1-1, 1955 Sale Begins: 1:09 P.M. One Ml. X. Marlanna, Hwy. 1 EASTERN ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK ASS'N. Arkansas' First Feeder Calf Association Two Sales Knob Year 2nd THURSDAY in ArRIt, 2nd TliriiSDAV in SEPT. For further information Contact: Jim O. Rlurker Box 303, Marianna, Ark. TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature ...DAHQEROU«j to replete with traditional hymns and liturgical responses. This service will be held on a stage formed of trailer truck beds with canopied top, so' that regardless of the weather the service -will be held as scheduled. An eight foot cross will be placed atop the concession stand at the drive-in. The family car is to represent the family pew at this service and the families may come as they are due to the fact a loud speaker will be placed at each car, through the courtesy of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, owner and operator of the Starvue The theater will open at 5:30 a.m. and sheriff's officers will be present to direct the highway traffic. Rev. James Pomeroy by Spann of Little Rock, was complimented by Mrs. Herbert shippen when she enteruiined with a luncheon and .kitchen .shower at her home on West Semmes Saturday. Miss Shaneyfelt chose a pink linen frock for the occasion, pinning a gift corsage from her hostess at her shoulder. The Living room of the Shippen home was decorated with early spring; flowers. Centering the mantle above the fireplace was an antique "crocus bowl" filled with tulips and hyacinths. Trie bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfelt, Mrs. Ed Wiseman and Misses Joan and June Pegues were the only Osceola guests. Others attending were class mates of Miss Shaneyfelt, who is a student at ArKansas State College, They were Mrs. Donald Baker, Mrs. Rose O'Neal. Miss Patsy Peepers, Miss Martha Nichols, Miss Nancy Johnston, Miss Carolyn Bnl- linger, Miss Diane Stevens, Miss Jo Edwards, Miss Jane Porter, Miss Ina Lee Wiles and Miss June Dl- slnger. Lib Shippen, young daughter oi Mrs. Shippen, assisted in the serving. Mrs. Maude Hudson was. dismissed Sunday from Osceola Memorial following an accident that occurred the week before. She resumed her duties as fifth grade teacher Tuesday in the Victoria school. Buddy, Fielder is a patient in Osceola Hospital. spending ten days in Atlanta, Oft. Tho Smiths lived in Atlanta before coming to Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Toiupklns were hosts to the Couples Bridge Club Saturday night. Mrs. Gene Teaford mid Dick f rewitl won high scores. A dessert course was served. Mrs. \V. E. Iluul was hostess to tlu> Episcopal Auxiliary at her home Monday afternoon. Miss LHIUm Patterson gave the devolUmnl. Cot- fee was served during the afternoon. Mis* Meibu Jones attended the Orchid Ball held Friday night at Arkansas State College. Her escort was David, Tolls, Mrs. Joe Croiner served a dessert course preceding an afternoon of bridge when she entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon. Guests playing with the club were Mrs. Rebti Davidson, Mrs. C, E. Dean, Mrs. Spencer Driver and Mrs. John Enochs. Poitras, who Is home tor the spring holidays from Brenau. Miss Mary and Miss Martini Dilhmi, who will gnulimie from Osceola High School, Eight young girls were usked for luncheon mid canasta. Spring blossoms mid silk funs were used .for decorations, the funs, lator were Riven to each of the eight girls. The honoroes were presented gardenia corsages. Mrs. Cramer and Mrs. Bet- Lve Nelle Starr attended the flower show and tea Sunday afternoon in Harrisburg given by the Harrisburg Garden Club. Miss Nancy Gail Dunn of Little Hock visited her mother. Mrs. K. L. GUlcspie, uucl Mrs. GtUespie over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Smith are Now Is The Time... To Select Your Piano at Beard's Temple of Music We have just received a carload of new Wurlitzers • nil now have The largest selection of new and used pianos ever assembled in Norlhciist Arkansas or Southeast Missouri. New ami used spouets. uprights, nnrt Binntls —In all finishes. We have a piano to fit every lie-Pel ^vovv budget, und KCH on convenient monthly or fall terms. New Pianos—S-t7'l up Used Pianos-? 75 up Old? Get Pep, Vim Feel Full of Vigor; Years Youngtr • •rU UinUETU of 40. (0, BO. Don't b* Mtn.nUnitn oui,wt>&ic,worii-out,*n 1*1 In, exhaust K). 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Harlh Art's line of Glass girts—Hud Vases, Tall Vases for long stems, Sugar and Creams and Howls. Crystal Imports, fine Cut Glass. Have just received new shipment of Linens, Cut work Pillow Cases, HridRc Cloths, Guest Towels, Colored Lunch Cloths and Attractive Tea Towels. Many lovely pieces in Milk Glass and Ironstone. Three Mountaineers line of Wool Gifts. Many Other Lines to Choose From —All Different and Priced Right! MRS. C.A. HOVEY Gifts - Linens - Reproductions 311 N. fith Street Blylheville, Arkansas Mrs. Ed Teaford and Mrs. Frances Whitmore complimented three high school girls Saturday who are graduating In June. Miss Carmen Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxj Program Announcements TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ACTUALLY FILMED WITH THE WHALING FLEET IN THE ICY ANTARCTIC! ALAN LADO IN HIS TOP ADVENTURE! 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