The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1955 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 9, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL », 1955 - Society News - a Ann Mollitrv Sm-lctv Rriifnr * PhuD MiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 MlM Frances Sue Bright Miss Frances Sue Bright Engaged To Paul R. Sandberg of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright of BIytheville announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances Sue, to Paul Robert Sandberg, son of Mrs. Carl Allen Sandberg and the late Mr. Sandberg of Winter Park, Pla. The bride-elect atendcd Lindenwood College and received her bachelor's degree from the University of Arkansas. She Is presently i member of the faculty of South- tide Elementary School, Sanford, Fla. Mr. Sandberg, a graduate or Winter Park High School, served three years with the Navy. He graduated from the United Television Lub, Louisville, Ky. He is now engaged in the television business In Winter Park. An early summer wedding Is planned. New Members Join Trinity YWA Group Betty Stinnett and Louise Capps became new members of Lottie- Moon Young Women's Auxiliary when It met at Trinity Baptist Church Thursday night. There were 14 members present. Group singing and repeating of the watchword, opened the meeting. Miss Patsy Gentry gnvo the opening prayer and Clara Sue Ray presided over the meeting. Marcolla Ray gave the devotional and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham dismissed the group. Late News In Daytimers 1 By Sue Burnett For the woman who is a little shortet than average, an attractive daytime dress with smart side buttoning, slimming lines. Pattern No. 8256 Is in sizes 12',j. UVi, 16%, 18Vi. 20'/ 2 , 221/j, S4Vs. Size 1414, 4% yards of 35-Inch; y, yard contrast. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, BIytheville Courier News, 112 W. CJuincy Street, Chicago 8, 111. Bnslo FASHION, spring and summer, '65 Is an exciting, easy to follow guide for every woman who i»w«. Be sure lo s*nd for your copy tod«r. M otnti. Former Resident Becomes Bride In St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass of St. Louis, former residents, announce the marriage of their daughter, Annctta Gay, to David Curtlss Dawson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams, or Newport. Ark. The double ring ceremony was performed SaUii'tiny, March 10, at the home of the bride's parents with the .Rev. Oliver Shank, paste-lot the Fourth Baptist Church, officiating. Miss Bobbin Lynn Williams ol BIytheville served afl bridesmaid nnd wore a pink faiUe dress with black accessories and a white (tar- nation corsage. Miss Glass wore for her marriage n llfiht blue suit with matching nccessorlos and white carnation coi'suge. Mrs. Dawson Is a gn\dnnte of 1053 class ot Qoaucll High the School nnd Is now employed by Mercantile Trust Company in St. Louis. Mrs. Dnwson attended hlBli school in Neu'port mid served two years with tin; armed force's. He is now employed by GroCt Trfttler Company In St. Louis. The couple are now residing ut 1123 Newhoust- Avenue in St. Louis. Homemokers Class Meets InOenning Home Homcmakers Class of First I3np- Ust. Chm'di nu't in the home ot Mrs. Wilbur Griming Thursday night with Mrs. Joe llainuy us co- hostess. There were 12 members and ,two visitors present. Opening prayer \vns led by Mrs. W. D. Tommey and Mrs. Hubert Pols^icwc presided ovci the meeting mid also Rave the secretary's report. Mrs. Jack Vowel) gave the devotional and Mrs. Jeff Hester dismissed the group. In the social hour, names were played and the hostesses served refreshments. Mr. and Mr*. K. T. Miller are spending the weekend in Heierm iling their parent*, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Miller, Sr. p and Mr. and Mr«. E. D. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Friend and children of Oxford, Miss.,, arrived last night to be the weeeknd gucnts of their parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mr, ami Mrs. J. O. Henry. Mrs. W. R. Brown of Lufkln, Tex., IH visiting In the home of her daughter, Mrs. J, P. Friend. Among those in Memphis Thursday lo attend the basetmll (fame were Joe Roach and William Berry man. Jerry Berry arrived last night from the University of Arkansas to spend the spring holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mr, and Mrs, Harold Hnnnon are In St. Louis visiting Mrs. Hannon's sister, Mrs. Jim Maddox, and Mr. Maddox. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Gorman of Bernle, Mo., visited in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Claude Duncan this week. LI, and Mrs. Pat Burks , and daughter, Rhonda Lynn, of Albuquerque, N. M., are spending two weeks here -visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mrs, Mary Alice Eaton. Mrs. Aubrey Conway Is spending the holiday weekend in Osceola with Mrs. Godfrey White. Mr., and Mrs. T. E. Gccslln, Jr., of Drew, MlftB., are the holiday weekend guesta of Mrs. Geetlln's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cross and daughter, Carol Ann, of Fort Smith are the weekend .guests of Mr. Cross' parento, Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, Mr. and Mrs. B, P. Schmidt and children of Chester, 111., and the Rev. and. Mrs, Joe Van Cleve ot Monette will be the holiday weekend g.uesU of Mrs. Schmidt's and Mrs. Van Clevc's parents, Mr. and Mrs. GUB Eberdt, Charles Ray Hall and Bobby Hill, students at Hendrlx College, are visaing their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Hal land Mrs, Louise Hill. . Mrs. Warren Howard and daughters, Owen and Teresla Lynn, arrived by plane in Memphis Thursday from Houston, Tex,, to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Orr and Mrs. Ada Howard. She WEIR accompanied by Mrs. June Holimun of Lepanto, who had been Visiting her. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips and daughter, Karen, of LULlo Rock arc spending the Eastor holidays with Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Chapman nd Mr. and Mrs. Victor stllweil, Mr, and Mrs, E. W. Phillips ami Mr .and Mrs. Walter Phillips of Ncbcrn, Tcnn., are spending today with Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Stllwoll. They were accompanied by Miss Wllsie Phillips, who will remain here for two weeks. Mrs. Nnlhiin Wade of Fulton, Ky., and Mrs. Hubert Wade and children, Hugh and Ellen, of Union City, Twm., arrived last night to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mulllns, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade, Sr., and other relatives. Nnthun Wade and Hubert Wade will arrive tomorrow to accompany their wives home. Sally Trteschrmum and NHa Rose Hall, students at University of Arkansas, are visiting their pn rents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Triesch- munn and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. Mai English of Hattie.sburg, Miss,. Is the Weekend guest of Mr. iind Mrs. J. G, Trlcschmimu and daughters, Miss Carolyn Wilson, a student at Blue Mountain College, who was spending the Busier holidays here with relatives, underwent an emergency appendectomy at Chickii- snwba Hospital yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Ernest Wilson, who has been undergoing In-a tint-lit at Memphis Bnptlftl Hospital tor the pusl Ihrce weeks, will arrive honu today. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boswell nn- FUTURE BRIDE — Miss Mary Louise Laslic of West Point, N. Y., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carney Graham Laslie, former Blythcville residents, will become the bride of [A. James Robert Henry, son of Mr. arid Mrs. T. S. Henry of McKccse Rocks, Pa., , and Morgantown, W, Va., in a summer ceremony. Mary Laslie, Former Residents' Daughter, Engaged to Lt. J. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Carney Graham Laslie of West Point, N. Y., formerly of BIytheville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Louise Laslie, to Lt. James Robert Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Henry of McKeese Rocks, Pa., and Morganlown, W. Va. Miss Laslie is the granddaughter-!, of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jay Backus ol Cartersvllle, Ga., and the late Louise Hitchcock Backus of Glen Fftlls, N. Y., and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson Laslie of Charlotte. N. C., and Tuskeegcc, Ala. The bride-elect is a music major at Sullins College, Bristol, Va., where she Is president or the junior class, secretary ot the Judic> 1 Council and a member of the Mardl Gras Court. Lt. Henry is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Lee Wot- rlng of Morgantown, W. Va., and Winchester, Va., and Mrs. James E. Henry of Movgantown, W. Va., nnd the late James E. Henry. He Is a graduate of West Point Military Academy class of June, 1954, and Is stationed at Fort Benning, Oa. A summer wedding Is planned. nouncc the birth of their first child, u daughter, at Chlckasnwba Hospital, Thursday night. Lt. and Mrs. E. B Gee, Jr., nr- rlved last night from Bellcvl 111., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1C. B. Ot;,e nnd Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monnghan, for the holiday weekend. Mr, and Mrs, T, H. Green of Riplcy, Tenn., will arrive this afternoon lo spend the weekend with Mrs. F. L. Reed and Miss Angle Hood. Mrs. Leon Taylor and daughter, Sally Jo, of Catmlen arrived yes tc relay to -spend the weekend with her pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. FrcM'nmn. Mrs. Fletcher B. Clement. Jr., nnd children, Limi'.v »mt Helehev, III. of IL.tlle Rock are visiting Mrs. Elimi Crowder during the holiday weekend. Mrs. Clement mid children will leave nt the end of this school year for Casnbliinea, North Africa, to join Mr. Clement, who is p.hifif engineer at Noucsscur Air Base there. Mrs. W. R. McElvancy of Newport Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elm a Crowdcr. Siuniny House, student nt Union University, Jackson, Tenn.., is visiting his slslev. Mrs. John. .L Hi'own, nnd Mr. Brown and other relatives during the holiday weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Anderson of Fort Smith are the guests of their son. George Anderson, Mrs. Anderson nnd sons. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Collins left tills morning; for Los AngMes. Cnlif., In visit their diiuphter. Mrs Troy lUnise, nnd Mr. House. Condition of Don Copehmcl. who underwent im appendectomy at CMick)isn\vb;\ Hospital Thursday, is Supper Club Entertained at Legion Hut Dell Supper Club was entertained at the Legion Hut Thursday night. Hosts for the event were Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall, Jr,. and Mr. and Mrs. Foy Etchleson. An Easter theme was used in the table decorations and throughout (he entertaining rooms. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- Ing. SUNDAY Easter egg hunt and buffet dinner a'. Country Club. Easter Sunrise Services at Star- vue Drive-In at 6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service being held at Half Moon Methodist Church beginning at 5:30 a.m. Monday First meeting of Brand Parents Club at high school auditorium, 7:30 p.m. All members are asked to be present. Presbyterian Circle meets. Circle One, Mrs. Jerry Hord, 2 p.m. Circle two, Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Mrs. George Yates, co-hostess' 2 p.m. Circle Three, Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Mrs. Harvey Kidd, co-hostess, 2 p. m. Circle Riur, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. 0. C. Smith, co-hostess, 2 p.m. Circle Five, Mrs. Max Harrison, 8 p.m. Circle Six, Malcolm Oreenway, Mrs. Mike Simon, co-hostess, 8 p. m. Circle Seven, Miss Pattye June Davis, 8 p.m. Trinity Baptist Church Circles meet. , Jewel Abernathy with Mrs. Willie Maude kenwrlght, 2 p.m. Evelyn Stanford with Mrs. Preston Thorn, 2205 W. Sycamore, 2 p.m. Circle Three with Mrs. Clark Henton with Mrs. Ernest Blacktord hostess, 2 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle at the church, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Eastern Star having stated meet- Ing at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting with Mrs. Laurena Everett, 7:30 p.m. Charlcvoix Chapter of DAR Meet- Ing at Hotel Noble, 1 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. James Hill, Mrs. 'A. G. Little, Mrs. Gearge Pollock and Mrs. C. C. Smith. Sudbury PTA having Fathers' night, 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meeting, 6:45 p.m. Gov Orval Faubus, guest speaker. Miss Moore Elected Head Of Class MIKS Ellen Moore was elected president of the Growers Training Union of Calvary Baptist Church when the group met at the church lust night. Other officers elected were H. L. Farrow, vice-president; Mrs. William Hay ncs, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. B. P. Rhoads, Bible drill leader; Mrs. Raymond Bo- mnr and Alf Jones, group captains; Mrs. Jack O'Neal, mission lender. ' Mrs. A. L. Corkrnn Is social chairman and will have as her assistants Mrs. June Wallace, Mrs H. L. Furrow and Mrs. Buford Cooley, Easter Egg Hunt Given For Sunbeams One hundred nnd seventy-seven egfts were hidden ycstcvdny altev- noon nt Walker Pnrk for 47 members of the Siinbpains of Trinity BnptLst Church. Following the hunt the group had a ride in the little train. reported to be satisfactory. Lawrence Williams of Memphis ts the weekend guest of his pnr- ents. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Williams Miss Frances Bright, teacher at Sunford, Pla,. is visiting her pnr- ent.s Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bright. Wiener Roast Given for Hi-N-Y Group Hi-N-Y, Group of Naza,rpnc Church WHS entertained with a wiener roast, at the park last nlxht. There were 20 young people present. Ray White gave the invocation and following the roast the, remainder ol the evening was spent in informal entertainment. Special guests were Lawrence Willlftins of Memphis and Mrs, Hazel McWilliams, counselor of the group. 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Manila Ph. 91 Serial "liuffalo Bill" No. 9 And Cartoon: "Prescription For Percy" SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature The Club Members Honor Husbands With Easter Party NOW Club members entertained their huabands with an Easter party at the National Guard Armory lut night. This party wa* given In the form ot a' tacky party with prizes being given to Hugh Brady and Mrs. William Harrison for the best costumes. Mrs. Paul Croft was winner of the door prize. The highlight of the evening was a scavenger hunt after which a buffet supper was served. If your budget won't permit you to buy one of the new long-line suits this spring, compromise by pairing a slim skirt now in your wardrobe with a long-torso over- blouse or sweater. Spaghetti Supper Given for Training Union A spaghetti supper was given In the social rooms of the First Baptist Church lost night lor tht Teamsters Training Union, Thirty-two members and guest* were present for the supper and installation of new officers which followed, with Roland Bishop In charge. Officers Installed were H. .L. H»l- sell, president; Frank McCool, vice-president; Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., secretary; Wayne Moore and Mrs. Willie Dobson, group captains; Clarence Johnson, mission leader, and Mrs. Frank McCool, Bible drill leader. Pastel streamers, grass, Easter baskets and flowers were used to decorate the tables where th» guests were seated. Mrs. Bill Banister and Mrs. Randal Hawks wer« in charge of arrangements. SW, MJ ftlttfl fill 67 tt —AND— - THE MONSTER K6*:A BRIDIE! FXANKENSTIIN'S GHOULISH MONITIRI Boris KARLOFF Elsa L ANOfaE BR5DE Of FRANKENSTilN A «EAU8T M-REtEASI METRO NEWS Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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