The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 8, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1958 SPRING SCENIC — Many a Blytheville resident will hope Easter Sunday dawns as brightly as today when Donna Lee Kerbough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbough, and Berry Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bishop, dressed In their Enster finery In rehearsal for MIR real thing. But a foreboding note from the weather mini Indicates storm clouds mny be on the way. Special Enster services and egg hunts Will dominate the day In Blytheville. (Courier News I'Jioto) Easter Sunday, "Day of Resurrection," to Be Observed With Special Services in Churches Easter, to Christian Churches over the world, is the Day of Resurrection. On this day, which is determined by the first full Moon after March 21, special services are conducted in all Christian churches. As the three women who went to the tomb early in the morn, people of Blytheville will have an opportunity to arise early on Easter morn and attend either of two sunrise services. Members of Half Moon and Wesley Memorial Methodist Church have made plans for a service nt the Half Moon church beginning at 5:30 a.m. The Rev. J. H. Richardson Is in charge. Lutheran Church, with the assistance of Blytheville Junior High School Choir under direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, will conduct a Sunrise Service at Starvue Drive- In at 6:30 a.m. The Rev. James Pomeroy, pastor of the church, will deliver the sermon. Methodist Two Identical worship services will be held at Blytheville First Methodist Chrch. M 8:30 a.m. the first service will be held and 10:50 a.m. Is the starting time for the second service. "Holy City" will be the anthem presented by the choir with Mrs. Henry directing. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor, has chosen a? his morning topic. "The Glory ol Easter," and "Walk Thee Emmaus Road" will be the evening sermon topic. Christian Three choirs of First Christian Church Vvill be busy Sunday morning and evening. In the morning services. Chancel Choir will present, "The Lord Is Risen" .by Joseph llnyden. "Easter Flowers Bloom Bright" Is the Cherub Choir selection and the Junior and IntL-nnediixte choirs will present "Joseph's Lovely Garden." Sunday nftcrnoon beginning at S p.m. those three choirs will combine and present parts from "The Messiah" by Handel with Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston serving us director and organist. Soloists in this presentation will be Ricky Dedman, Dnvls Cobb. Danny Cobb. Pntsy Gurno, Joan Keith. Mrs. W. D. "Cobb and Mrs. Jerry Morgan, Hnptlsts Dr. William J. Fallls, book editor of Bnptlst Sunday School Board nt Nashville. Tcnn.. will fill the pulpit at First Baptist Church Sunday. At 7:30 p.m. Sunday evening Mrs. Harold Davis, choir director of the Baptist Church, will lend the choir in a program of Enster Music. Mrs. C. Murray Smart will be at the organ for this special service and soloists will be Mrs. R. C. Farr. Miss Martha Ann Foster, Worth Holdei and Harry Farr. Two selections will be presented by an ensemble composed of Mrs. Farr, Miss Ann Mullins, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Miss Billle Jane Rodgcrs, Miss Foster, Mrs. Billy Jackson and Mrs. Worth Holder. Miss Marian Mayes will act ns narrator for the pronrmn. NiiznriMic During the morning worship nt the NiiKiu'ene Church, a dedication service for infants will bo held. The Rev. J. Louis Em inert, pastor, will have as ;iis sermon topic, "Ho Is Risen." A Sunday School drive for 500 members present on this day is being conducted by this church. KpiscttiKil Five o'clock nt the Episcopal CiUirch a Holy Communion service will be held with special music to be prcsiinlotl (ilfit). I'ri'sliyterhin Two numbers will be presented at the morning services of First Prosbytfrinn Church. Miss Billie June Rodders is director. Those selections will be "Lift Up Ye Hi-iuls," ny A si) ford and "Let Mount /.ion Rejoice," Herbert. The yirls of the Junioi Choir will present "The Legend." Reception of new members will also be hold. These Kits tor Sunday services will conclude -10 flays of Lent and a work of Prc-Enster services. Time of Lessons at Bridge Club Is Re-Arranged DutflK ot the bridge lessons be iiiK Biveii tree nt the Country Club have been chunked to Wednesday altonioon and Saturday afternoon, 1:30 o'clock. The Club's Dupllcnte Bri Lciigno. H part of the Ladies oi the Club oruanizutinn, is imikiiifj possible these tree lessons for be- pinnrrs and advanced bridge players who want to learn the point count system. This .series of lessons, which sfarleu March 1, will continue until June I. The cont that looks like cashmere, but is orlon, is also washable. Hand-stitched detailing, loo EASTMAN KODAKS Movie Cameras KIRBY DRUG STORES FABRICS: Drapery - Upholstery Slipcover • Bedspread, Etc. WALLPAPER WALLTEX FABRICONA TRUGRAIN Drapery Hardware By Judd SANDRAN Floor Counter & Wall Covering FOAM RUBBER: PLASTICS Announcin A New and Most Exclusive Modern Decorating Service for Blytheville and Surrounding Territory. JERRY ROTH Representing four generations of reliable, dependable and conscientious workmanship. Skilled in StripelnK, Paneling »nd P.ilntlng of all types; Hanging of Papers, Cloths and Sculptures. H«v« jour interior! «nd exteriors prepared and finished properly now by an experienced mechanic In the field and •void future difficulties arising from Inferior application and workmanship. Call or Write for Appointments and ask about "GET ACQUAINTED DISCOUNT"—for limited timi only—On Fabrics. JERRY ROTH — Phone PO 3-6200 2436 Kenwood Drive — Blytheville, Ark. Sinking Convention To be Held Sunday Mississippi County Sipping Convention will nuvt nt Assembly of God Church Sunday afternoon, 2 p. m. The McDonald Brothers Qunrlct. will be rjimrtet. Final Plans are Being Completed At Club for Hunt and Dinner With plans completed for the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Country Club Sunday afternoon, numerous reservations are being made for the buffet supper to follow. Children of 12 years and under will hunt eggs In special divisions Irom 3 until 6 o'clock with various prizes to be awarded. Refreshments are to be served and favors distributed before a motion picture film is shown, which Is being brought to Blytheville especially for this occasion. The film showing will be followed with a buffet supper for all membsr of the club with their fam- Houseguests To Be Honored With Party Miss Evelyn Bowen is entertaining her houseguests. Miss Mary Princes Jones of Potte Camp, Miss., and Mlsi Patricia Daftron, of Columbus, MlK., with a fantan party this afternoon. The home will be decorated in the Easter theme and tulips and purple verbeniaa will be used for the flower arrangements. The group will spend the afternoon In informal entertainment and refreshments will be served. ilies. with special prices for children, who may have their own ta- Dles if desired. With the eggs to be hidden Sunday noon u mothers are asked to take six dyed eggs for each child to the Country Club after Saturday noon. Mrs. William H. Caldwell, the club hostess, will check the eggs. For this event, the Country Club is entertaining the children with arrangements in charge of the Ladies of the Club with Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, president, assisting. Mrs. John Caudll! is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. Other members. Mrs. G. O. Hubbard, Jr,. Mrs. Riley B. Jones, Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., and Mrs. Ben Mac White, also will assist. With the parents to be entertained informally during the afternoon and evening, the hunt is for children of club members. Armorei HD Club Has Potluck Dinner Armorei Homt Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Adklsson yesterday for a potluck luncheon with 13 members and four visitors, Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mra. T. Adkisson and Mr,s. Peggy Buchanan, present. Mrs. Buchanan gave the devotional and MTS..W. O. Anderson presided over the meeting. A demonstration on party foods were given by Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Taft Metzger and Mrs. W. L. Smith. Following the demonstration the foods were served with Mrs. Womack presiding at the table. Mrs. Weld on McCann was in charge of the recreation and prizes were won by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Metzger. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hoipltal Dismissed: Mrs. A. J. Houston, Luxora L. 0. Posey, city Jack Parker, city Mrs. R. L. Wade, ST., city Alfred Robinson, Kennett Mrs. Lynn Cooper, city Chiokiisawba Hospital Dismissed: Katherine Matthews, city Mrs. Harmon Taylor, city Joe Lintzonich, city Mrs. Netn Bunch, city A. L. Whistle, Dell Mrs. Nanny Porter, city Eddie Vaughn, city Coming Events FRIDAY LHE Club meeting with Mrs. Jim Hall, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet-1 ing. SUNDAY Easter Sunrise Services at Star- vuc Drive-In at 6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service being held at Half Moon Methodist Church be- winning nt 5:30 a.m. Follow these hints when storing bacon fnt: store in small jnrs so bottom won't get rancid; date or number ench jar, use oldest first; store in refrigerator. How about n bnth caddy? It's a plastic bap that will hang from your shower rod and hold brushes, sponges, dusting powder and other supplies right at hand. It's trans- purent, too. Clear Lake WMU Conducts Meeting In Mann Home Clear Lake Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. Cecil Mann yesterday for a business meeting. There were 16 members and six visitors present. , Mrs. Harold. Ray presided and Mrs. Ray Haynes led the opening prayer. Those on program were Mrs. Billy Kemper, Mrs. John Haynes and Mrs. Rena Shepherd. At the conclusion or the meeting Michael Mann, son of the hostess, celebrated his fourth birthday. The group and 12 children helped him celebrate. Mrs. Ray Haynes, Mrs. Don Howard, Mrs. John Haynes, Mrs. Russell Mann, Mrs. John West, Mrs. Harmon Ellis and Mrs. Jesse Maxwell assisted the hostess in serving birthday cake, ice cream, iced drinks eggs. and candied Easter Lutheran Women's Guild Has Meeting Women's Guild of Lutheran Church met in Fellowship Hall Wednesday night with H members present. Mrs. Charles Wildy presided over the meeting and also gove the devotional on "The Last Seven Sayings of Jesus before the Crucifixion." Mrs. Mike Parks gave a topic on "Easter and It's Symbols." Final plans for the Easter Sunrise Service were completed and a committee was appointed for Easter for the Sunday school children. Officers of the church held a meeting In the pastors study and later joined the guild for refreshments which were served by Mrs. McLeod. Black chiflon is back for evening, in both short and long versions. It's touched up with velvet for pretty contrast. Pleated dacron-pima blouses that need no Ironing are a real blessing to the career-bound girl. Nice on the campus, too. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT. C1HCKASAWDA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Henry Buchanan, Pltf. vs. N No. 12,959 Sahra Buchanan, Dft. The defendant, Sahra Buchanan, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Henry Buchanan. Dated this 7th day of April, 1955. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. SEAL T. J. Crowder, Atty for Pltf. Percy A. Wright, Atty. Ad. Litem. 4/8-15-22-29 HONORABLE MENTION Jo Nnnnctto Stiles, dfiuchter of Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Stiles. Rtt*. 3. Blytheville, was an honorable mention winner last year. Second Annual Childrens Portrait Contest Now Going On! $256 In Prizes All Last Year's Entrants May Enter Again this year. It costs you absolutely nothing to enter your child in this contest! DIAL 3-8666 for information & appointments LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Bits of News [- ertonat John Wllkes will arrive home tomorrow to spend the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Grace Wilkes. John is a student at the University of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caraway and sun of Memphis will be the weekend guests of Mrs. R. B. Purvis. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hurley and children of Van Dyke, Mich., arrived last night to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Welch and daughter will spend the weekend in Clarendon visiting Mrs. Welch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Miller. Prom there they will go to Nashville, Tenn.. on a business trip. The Rev. and Mrs. Leon Wilson and daughters, Cindy and Faye, of Paragould, will be the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs. C. E. Coulter has returned to her home at Denver, Colo., after spending several weeks here visiting her sister, Mrs. S. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Joseph and son, Brad, of Little Rock came last week end especially to see Mrs. Co'uTUr before siie reUiniad home. Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph will spend the weekend in Pine Bluff visiting their son, Simon Joseph, Mrs. Joseph and infant son. The Rev. Harold Eggensperger will return today from Minnesota where he was called due to the death of his brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Heyde of Jackson, Mo., are spending the holiday weekend with her sister, Mrs. M. F. Day, and Mr. Day. George Stanfield, student at St. Louis University, is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Stanfield. Mrs. Stanfield's brother, Harvey McMorgan, Mrs. McMorgan and daughter, Patty, of St. Louis will arrive today for the weekend. They are coming especially to see Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson and daughter, Susan, who have just returned from California and to attend a family reunion in Caruthersville Sunday at the home of Mrs. Naomi Morgan. Mrs. Morgan's son, Frank, has just returned from Korea. Chester Nabers is ill at his home on Walnut and Is not allowed to have visitors. Mr .and Mrs. E. J. Edwards, Jr., of Kansas City, Mo., will arrive today due to the death of her father, John Stevens, Sr., of Dell. Donald Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Catrer, former resident of Blytheville, died at the Naval Hospital in Norfolk, Va., yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Carter are now making their home in Fort Myers, Fla. E. A. Rice, Jr., recently .received his rating as a professional engineer in the state of Oklahoma and is now district manager for Standard Pipe Company in Casper, Wyo. Mr. Rice graduated from the School of Engineering at University of Missouri In 1950. Miss Rosa Schuneritsch is spending several days in St. Louis visiting her sister, Mrs. Prank Un- terriner. The Rev. and Mrs. Jimmy Garner and daughter, Becky, of Walnut Ridge, are spending the holiday weekend here with Mrs. Murray Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ivey are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Smith and children of Norman, Okla., arrived yesterday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McMullin, They weer accompanied here by Mrs. G. W. Smith of Seattle, Wash., who left last night for Milwaukee to visit relatives. Mrs. W. F. Brewer of Enid, Okla., a former resident, is visiting Mrs. E. J. Brown and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle and sons are spending the weekend in Cape Girardeau visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stckes. Lloyd Ray, who is a patient in Kinnedy Veterans Hospital in Mem- phli, will spend the weekend tier* with his wife, Mrs. Dorothy B»y. »nd parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Erit Ray. Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Billy Johnson were in Memphis yesterday to visit Mr. Ray and the Rev. Gene Schultt will motor him home today. Those In Memphis yesterday to attend the Chicago White Sox-St. Louis Cardinals baseball game were Roy Woods, J. P. Friend, Jimmy Hall, Jim Dales, L. E. Isaacs, Earl Buckley, Fred Salib*. Marshall Blackard, Jesse Taylor, L. M. Chappell, O. E. Quallmalz, P. C. Rothrock, Frances Woods, Harry A. Haines and George Anderson. Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton and daughters, Honda and Mrs. Pat Burks, spent yesterday in Memphis. JiPWard Bailey arrived last night from Hencirix College In Conway to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey's daughter, Carol Ann, and'her fiance, George Camp of Conway, will arrive today to spend the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Fiske Miles, Jr., F.nd daughters, Sally and Marilyn, of Kansas City, are the guests of Mrs. C. W. Ramey, Mr. Miles will i eturn home Sunday and Mrs. Miles and daughters will remain for an extended visit. L. T. Burnham ano son, Tommy, and Milton Bunch and son, Donald, were in Memphis /Mterday to attend the basc'lall same. Lt. and Mrs. John D. Lewis and children, John L. and Arba Lynn, arrived from Germany yesterday to visit Mrs. Lewis' mother, Mrs. J. W. Shotlse. After a 45-day leave, Lt. Lewis will be stationed at United States Military Academy, West Point ,as an instructor. Miss Marian Thornberry and Miss Harriet Reynolds of Milwaukee will be the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. They are enroute to New Orleans for a spring holiday. Mrs. J. L. Lewis of Lake Village arrived yesterday to meet Lt. and Mrs. John D. Lewis and 'children and to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Penn. Kay Hindman, Betty Lee Garrotfc and Evelyn Bowen arrived Wednesday evening from Mississippi State College for Women to spend the spring holiday with their parents. Miss Bowen has as her houseguests, Miss Mary Frances Jones ol Potts Camp, Miss., and Miss Patricia Daffron of Columbus. New Location DIXIELAND BAITERY Former!; at 511 Chickauvb* Now Located 413 21st St. (Next to Huey's Grocery) Day & Night Service Roaches—Minnows— Worms — All Types Tackle and Lure Ansco Ready Plash Outfit Complete as SO95 Illustrated \J $1 Dijwn—50c a Week O'STEEN—111 W. Main TIRED SHOES MEAN TIRED FEET! Put Spring into your step now! HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. Main Ph. 2-2732 fashion, distilled to its -very nsen the simple !ine 'e'ined to l's puretl 'orm, shaped and filled ( o your footstep in ihe manner for which Johansen is famous ...o compliment lo your own unerring J good laste! Wcdgewood Blue J Black Patent FAMILY SHOE STORE i312 W. Moin Phon« 2-2342 i

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