The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 7, 1955
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BtYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News [a Ann Mallnrv Snnietv Editor * MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Country Club Bridge Members Plan Charity Game for Auxiliary Country Club Duplicate League will hold its fourth annual charity game on Tuesday at 7:30. Proceeds will be given to the Bly-.l—' : thevllle Junior Auxiliary for use at the Lange School for Exceptional Children. Games will be carried out as to the past with one section for duplicate players and another for any other card game. Prizes will be given lor the winners at each table. Tickets for the affair will be $1.00 «na are now being sold by members of the Blythevllle Junior Auxiliary and the Country Club Duplicate League. Communion Services to Be Held Tonight The annual Easter Communion service will b* held tonight at the nrst Christian Church beginning at 7:30 p. m. A communion service will also be held at the close of services at the Pint Methodist Church, This is to Commemorate the llrst Communion wrvice Jesus and his twelve disciples observed. The Rev. Alfred Brown of Bossier City La., guest speaker, will speak on "the Sixth Word from the Cross." O. E. Knudson will be soloist and will be accompanied by the choir under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. Mrs. McDaniel Hostess to J. 0. Y. Circle Mr». Ptul McDaniel vu hostels yesterday to ftix. members and one new member, Mrs. Fate Bratton, at J. O. Y. Circle of Beacon Bap- ttet Church. Mrs. Bratton led the opening prayer and Mri. Otl» cole conducted the btutnen leoslon. Those presenting the mission program were Mra. Cole, Mr*. McDan- Jel and Mri. Leverne Owens. Sentence preyer dismissed the group. Refreshments were served at the ooncluition of the program by the Octave Club Entertained At Razorback MIB. William Jost and Mr». Fred Dtvti were guest* Tuesday night when Mrs. William Bear entertained the Octave Club at the Razor- b»clt. Mrs. Davi« won nigh In the |»m« and Mra. Phillip Applebaum won second high. At the conclusion of games, refreshments were served. Fifty Guests View Daffodil Display .He-re Approximately 60 guests called yesterday at the Woman's Club to to view the display of daffodils flown here from Virginia. There were 75 varieties on display, some of which were Blythevllle grown. Mrs. Rhode Has PS Club For Luncheon Miss Elsie Hickman was a luncheon guest yesterday when Mrs. Herb Rhode entertained the PS Club. The luncheon table was overlaid with a Maderia outwork cloth and centered with a massive arrangement of yellow and orchid dutch iris and yellow tapers In candle sticks. Marking each guest's place was a lace basekt filled with personalized eggs and miniature chickens. In the games played during the afternoon prizes were won by Mrs. Max Williams. Mrs. John Prather .nd Mrs. Everett Clark. Altar Society To Conduct Bake Sale Plans were completed for a bake sale to be held Saturday when Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Church met Monday night. Mrs. E. A. Burbage presided over the meeting nnd called on Mrs. Christine Grady to read the minutes of the last meeting. Father Amos Enderlin led the opening and closing prayers. Alberta Fletcher Chapter Meets At Church Alberta Fletcher Chapter of the Nn7,arene Church met at the church yesterday, Mrs. Virginia Movo gnve the opening prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Opal Lambert. The mission study WHS taught by Mrs. Dorothy Hal ford nnd Mrs. Evelyn Oalncfi dismissed the group. Coming Events THURSDAI Lottie Moon YWA meeting with Mrs. Grace Caldwell, 7:30 p.m. Homomakcrs Class of First Baptist Church 'meeting with Mra. Helen Ocnnlns, 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY Sunbeams of Trinity Baptist Ohurch having Easter egg hunt, 3:45 p. in. LHE Club meeting with Mrs. Jim Hall, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meot-1 Ing. SUNriA? Blister Sunrise Services at Star- vim Drive-In at 0:30 ft.m. Sunrise Service being held at Hnlf Moon Methodist Church beginning at 8:30 a.m. Mnuve Is a Victorian color that's big this year. Try putting It together with shades of lavender for n pretty costume. Dress, coat and bng, perhaps. Cottons are now as Important to spring fashions as they are to the summer senson. That's because cotton, like wool, has become a span-season fabric. Misses Jo Alice Hemby and Jo Alice McGuire will arrive home tomorrow from the University of Arkansas to spend their spring vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire, and Mr. nad Mrs. J. D. Hemby. Bill Wunderlich will leave in the morning for Springfield, Mo., to spend the weekend with his mother Donald Gentry will arrive home tomorrow from the University to visit his parents, Mr. nad Mrs. Hugh Gentry. Jimmy Weidman will arrive today from the University of Mississippi to spend his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weidmnn. Britt Owen, student at Ole Miss, was tapped by Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary fraternity. He is one of the 18 freshman men elected to this honor. Among those arriving home toda> from the University of Mlsslssipp for a spring vacation with their parents are Doris Bean. Jack Elliott, Martin Moore, Howell Boyd, Har> mon Cook, Max Hill and Britt Owens. Clarence Hill of Port Worth, Tex, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Hill, and friends for several days. Harold Hill will arrive tomorrow from the University of Arkansas to spend the Easter Holidays with his parents, Mr. .nnd Mrs. A. J. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. James Wimberly nnd son arrived Vast night from Biloxi, Miss., to spend two month:, here visiting their parents, Mr, anc Mrs. D. E. Wimberly and Mr. ajic Mrs. J. T. Hipp. Mr. Wimberly received his discharge from the Air Force at Keesler Air Force Base Monday and In June will enroll at Arkansas State College In Jonesboro. Miss Carolyn Wilson, student at Blue Mountain College, Blue Motin- Uiln, Miss,, will arrive today to spend the Easter holidays here witli relatives. En route home she will visit, her mother, Mrs. Ernest Wilson, who is a patient in the Baptisl Hospital in Memphis. Mrs., Vfincc Alexander and chil dren of Gernmntown will arrive today Ui Kupnd the Easter holiday weekend hero with her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. G. W. Affllck, Jr., and daughter will return tomorrow from Danville, Va., where they have spent the past several weeks Visiting Mrs. Affllck's parents. Mrs. R. D. Hughes and Mrs. Ruth Tanner will return home today from Selmer, Tenn., where they have been visiting relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert A. Lynch, Jr. of St. Louis will arrive Saturday to spend the Easter holiday weekend hero visiting Mr. and Mr». B. A, Lynch. The Rev. nnd Mrs. J. 0. Dickinson, Mrs. Dick Brown, Mrs. Co- rlnne Long find Mrs. Edith Jones left this morning for Little Rock to attend n missionary convention ol the Assembly of God churches. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pat Fleming and daughter of Chattanooga, Team, arrived yesterday to scpnd the holiday woki'r.d here with Mrs. Fleming's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E Bracey. Saturday Miss Carol Year gin of Parngould, niece of Mrs Bracey, will join the family for tht. weekend. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and (inlighter, Beth, will leave in tin morning for Mqrrilton to spend the weekend with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mm. O. N. Hawkins. Mrs. G. I. Byrd Is in Oxford Miss., to motor her daughter Bobble Jenn, student at Ole Miss home for the holiday weekend Miss Byrd Is coming especially to serve as a bridesmaid In the FITTING soft-flexing flattery... for even the hard-to-please foot! hi our MW Spring eofccHoa ycVI finj what M takw ID mate row (*»* hoppy .... fodiHMxitfyf Wtwtfw Vt •oft to»« ... *ctro-5«pp!« ... *ot pampwx Try a Natural te Urt, UOW ffOMt JOWMAi RECENT BRIDE — Miss Elizabeth Lutes of Blytheville became the bride of Jirnmii; D. Bollinger of Manila in a ceremony performed in Hnrnando, Miss., March 19. Miss Lutes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes of Blytheville and Mr. Bollinger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. m Sam Bollinger & of Manila. (Photo by •/ Bearden) v *"' Jimmie D. Bollinger of Manila Weds Miss Lutes in Ceremony In a ceremony performed March 19 in Hernando, Miss., Miss Elizabeth Lutes of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes, became the bride of Jimmie D. Bollinger of Manila, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bollinger of Manila. The Ri:V WhilUker, pastor of tin Baptist Church In Hernando, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum, aunt of Parker-Martin wedding at First Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard aooch returned last night from Carrol. 111., where they were called by the death Sunday afternoon of Mr. Gooch's mother, Mrs. B. A. Oooch. Miss Emndel Swearengen will arrive today from Stephens College In Columbia. Mo., to spend the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H .N. Swearengen. Miss Bobbyc June Kllllan arrived home this morning from Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., to spend the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Robert KlUliin, Dixie Kllllan. and sister, Miss Miss Carol Ann Holt, will arrive tonight from Mississippi Southern College to visit her mother, Mrs. Mino F. Dover, and Mr. Dover. Bobby Frances and Frankic Seay will arrive home today from Mississippi Southern College to visit their parents, Mrs. Sue Frances, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seay. Calvin Czcschin and Benny Hays will arrive home today from the University of Missouri to visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cws- chln and Mr. and Mrs. B- R. Hays. Miss -Vera Goodrich, Mrs, E. A. Goodrich and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and daughters will leave in the morning for Knoxville, Tenn., where they will visit Mr. nnd Mrs. John Thomas and Mv. and Mra. Bob Goodrich, Vernlce Brlster, Jr. will arrive today to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brister. Vernlce is a student at Arkansas School for thft Deal In LIUle Rock. Miss Eloisc Richimlson will arrive from the University of Texas today to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Richardson. She is coming especially for the wedding of Miss Dolores Parker Lo Christopher Martin Sunday at the First Methodist Church. Miss Richardson will serve as a bridesmaid. Mrs. W. L. Hoover and her sister, Mrs. John Pack, have returned from Pnscngoula. Miss., "where they visited their mother, Mrs. J. W. Bayes. They were joined there by their sisters, Mrs. C. L. Stevens of Hazemurst, Miss., and Mrs. Pearl the bride, wearing a green suit with brown accessories, served as matron of honor. MLss Lutes wore for her marriage a Minx-Modes original beige dress with a Relent original linen duster. She wore a pale blue hat studded with rhlnestones and pearls and other blue accessories. Pinned at her shoulder was a lavender orchid corsage. Marvin Hall attended Mr. Sollinger as best man. The couple left following the ceremony on a southern wedding trip and are now making their home at Manila where the groom Is engaged In farming. Those from Blytheville attending the wedding were Mrs. Marvin Hall ind Mrs. Betty Rlales. Mrs. Croft Entertains NGWClub Mrs. Paul Croft was hostess to the NGW Club at the home of Mrs. William Harrison last night. Mrs. Harrison presided over the meeting when plans were made for an Easter Party to be held Friday night at the National Guard Armory. In the games played during the evening prizes were won by Mrs. Cooper Jones, Mrs. Don Morris and Mrs. Uttih Brady. Mrs. Brady also won the door prize. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. This was the first time in 47 years the four sisters had been together Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Boydst-on, Mr. and Mrs. James Buford Martin aud sons, James and Jerry, anc Miss Nina Peterson were in Memphis, last night to attend the Ted Mack show. Bill Van Winkle, who has been a patient in Kennedy Veterans Hospital, Is now at, his home, at 116 W. Davis. Pvt. and Mrs. Bobby McParland left this morning for Port Bragg, N. C., where Pvt. McFarland will be stationed for the next two months. Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter, Melba, and Mrs. V. O. Miller will leave in the morning for Mansfield, Ark., where they will visit Presbyterian Women Hold Pre-Easter Service fifty members of the Women of the Presbyterian Church were present yesterday morning for a pre- Easter service. Group singing opened the meeting and Mrs. Q. W. Dillahunty gave Uic devotional. Mrs. George Yates, program leader, Introduced Dr. Prank Smith, guest speaker for the morning. YM Birthday Club Honors Mrs. Hicks Mrs, Charlie Hicks was guest ol honor last night when Mrs. Lucius Lendennie entertained the Young Matrons Birthday Club. The potmen supper was served from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with the birthday cake. Spring flowers and Easter decorations were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. C. H. Caldwell and Mrs. L. Whittle were guests of club members and Mrs. Benny Hessie became a new member of the group. Mason who lives In PascagouUi. Mrs. Pryor's father, C. E. Seeman. for exotic minx the !and-of-the-sphinx... brings you EGYPTIAN PRINTS Fabulous titlle shoos wilt* matching | handbags, in rich, EgypHan prints ... ' summer's most exciting cosiume-malers., FAMILY SHOE STORE m 312 W. Main a Phont 2-2342 m Paula Croft Has Birthday Party Here Paula Croft daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croft, celebrated her second birthday yesterday when her mother invited eight children to their home for a party. Favors of horns and candy were presented and refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and Iced drinks were served. Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been Issued in the office of County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Christopher Dale Martin, New Hartford, Mo., and Dolores Parker, Keiser; Ike Higgins Jr. and Willie Retha Oargis, both of Caruthersvllle; Hershel Buck and Katherin Watkins, both of Leachville; M. C, Collins, Memphis, and Mary Hatcher, Manila; Erble Morgan and Grace Slier, both of Blytheville; Herbert Qulnn and Carrie Lingo, both of Hermandale, Mo.; Abner J. Hatley Jr. and Mrs. Francis Perkins, both of Blythe- vllle. Bead Courier News Classified Ads. SALUTING TV-A Paris skyline cluttered with TV antennae is shown on this new French stamp, paying tribute to television. In the center is the Eiffel Tower. The green, 15- franc stamp will be issued on April 18. The coat dreSs looks different this spring because it's in wool that's lighter than ever and in a color that's refreshing to the eye: lilac. THURSDAY, APRIL T, 19M STOMACH TROUBLE? At last stomach iiiHereri can r«Jolc«. New formula rushed here to fight nj- peracldity, dread stomach ulcer irritant. This new formula ctUwl PKH- ANOL baa the , power to curb UCOH aclflliy. 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For Complete Information and Rules See Ad In Friday's Courier Newi or dial 3-8666 1^ \ Pictured above is Frances Fendler, daughter ol Mr. and MJS. Oscar Fendler of 1062 Hearn, Blythft- ville. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO • Dial 3-8666 A WINDFALL OF EAETTER ]FASHIOU Y a wonderful price You'll have the Hme of your life choosing from our Easter collection of Life Strides. Prettier than ever, with lots of eye appeal... a wealth of colors, an extravagance of leathers,., .feminine touches everywhere. It's luxury fashion at a welcome price, $ 6*. SON S SHOES

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