The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 11, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1955 -Society News - io Ann Mallorv. Societv Editor * Pho Miaa Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Variety Club Entertained at Hotel Noble Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKenzie and Mr. and Mrt. John palmer were hosts Saturday night when the Variety Club held it's monthly party and dance in the Plantation Room of Hotel Noble. Yellow and green streamers along with yellow tapers' were used to decorate the room and refreshment table. Guests of the club member« were Mrs. C. B. scherer, Mr. and Mr«. Don Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred pen}', Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Klene, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kellems and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Seay. Egg Hunts Held For Primary Departments Two primary departments of First Baptist Church entertained their members with Easter egg hunts at the church Saturday afternoon. Primary One Department held one in their department with Mrs. Marvin Lane, superintendent. In charge. She was assisted by teachers and officers of the department. Prizes were awarded to children who found the most eggs and the golden egg. Refreshments of cup cakes and Iced drinks were served the children. primary Department Thrw held Its hunt on the lawn with 48 members present. Mrs. Winnie Huffman, superintendent, was in charge and games •were under the direction of Mrs. E. H. Brown. At the conclusion of the games, Ice cream and cake were served. I Mrs. Shanks Honored by Dorcas Circle Dorcai Circle of Beacon Baptist Church honored its circle chairman, Mrs. Connie Shanks, on her birthday Wednesday with a covered dish luncheon in her home. Following lunch' their regular weekly meeting was conducted. Mrs. D. G. Jones gave the opening prayer arid the Rev. J. J. Johnson taught the lesson. Mrs. Shanks dismissed the group. Mrs. Edna Coleman was l guest of the group. Martha Hardy Has Party on Ninth Birthday Martha Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy, celebrated her ninth birthday Saturday when 20 boys and girls wore entertained with a party. Games were played during the afternoon and the highlight of the afternoon was an Easter egg hunt with Joe Lynn Atkinson and Nettle Sue Man- being awarded prizes for finding the most eggs. A cake in the shape of an Easter basket nnd filled with candy Easter eggs was the birthday cnke and iced drinks were also served. Favors of carls tilted with candy eggs were given the children. Mrs, Hardy was assisted by Mrs. J. W. Hardy and Mrs. Joe Atkinson. Science Program To Be Presented AtPTAMeeJing "Science and the Future,' will be the title of the program which will be presented tomorrow by science students of Robert McGraw at the meeting of Blytheville High School Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Paul Jobs will give the devotional and an executive board meeting will precede the general meeting which begins at 3 p.m. Coming Events Monday First meeting of Brand Parents Club at high school auditorium. 7:30 p.m. All members are asked to be present- Circle Five, Mrs. Mnx Harrison, 8. p.m. Circle Six, Malcolm Greenway, Mrs. Mike Simon,, 8 p. m. Circle Seven, Miss Pattye June Davis, 8 p.m. Mildred Matthew Circle at the church, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Eastern Star having stated meeting a t Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Annie Armstrong Circle meeting wfth Mrs. Laurenn Everett, 7:30 p.m. feharlevolx Chapter of DAR Meet- irip 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 meet- Ing, 6:45 p.m. Oov Orvnl Faubus, guest speaker. NN Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Tommy Westbrpok. OIB Bridge Club meeting with Miss Jcttye Claire Huffman. I Tri-Town Club meeting with Mrs. O«ne Teaford. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mn. Max Reid. Country Club Bridge League meet- Blytheville Junior High School choir under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry assisted In 'presenting this program: Their selections were "Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones," "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," "Joyful Eastertide," and "Ye Sons and Daughters of the King." Responses were also presented by the group, A 12-foot purple aluminum foil cross was erected on the roof of the concession stand. The stage was decorated with a pair, of seven branch candelabra with sprays of lilies with white satin bows attached to each. Pour Easter lily plants and two baskets of lilies interspersed with luckleberry and tied with yellow satin bows and white lacelon completed the decorations. The Rev. James E. Pomeroy, pastor of sponsoring church, chose as his sermon topic, "Jesus Christ Is Risen," based on St. Matthew 28:1-10. "We would like to acknowledge the generous services donated by various townspeople who helped make our Easter services a success," the Rev. Mr. Pomeroy stated. 'Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs Henry, Dolly's Flower Shop, Electronics Lab, P. D. Abbott, Woodrow Chaffin, R. H. Arensmeier and Bill Candle were especially generous in helping," he stated. COUNTKY CLUB BOO WINNEHS — Live rabbits, chickens nnd ducks were the prices awarded for winners in the three divisions of the Enster egg hunl nt the Country Club yesterday. Coraltc Usrcy and Max Usrey, in, tied for the golden egg award in the one-four age group, Nnncy Cnrol Nunn won first place and Joe Pride, IH, second. Four-six winners were Debby Jane Quick, first. Louis Me- Waters, second ttnd Dick Rose, third. Six to lil winners were Tnnnda Langston, first, Mike Utley, second, und Edward Johnson, third. (Courier Ncwi Photos) Gosnell Honor Roll Announced Ann Wnlkor, Joyce Drown, Bu- ord Bnu'kin, Forrest- Crawford. Roy Lynn, Via and BMly Fowler led .ho honor roll at Gosncll HU;h ichool this pnst six-weeks. Others on the honor roll were Deannte Roberts, Thelma Stark, Carolyn Potter. Phylls Pearson, dn Cotton, Fnye Caldwell, Christine Stnrk, Shnrni Via, JimnH-n Welch, Lois Klnkead, Larry Whlt- le, Donald West, Jerry Walk Ins, .ambeth O'Tlnger, David Hoskins, Billy Dorris. Wesley Davis; Sue Sparks, Kay Smith, Shivley Downing, Gerald Rhodes, Annie Gordon, Ivn Noll Gordon, Lena Mlcldletcn, Linda Hiillmiu-k. Bren- rla Bates, Evelyn Ashmorc. Linda Wright, Ctirl Warren, Leroy Pearson; Tommy Crawford, Bernlcc Burrls, Marion Drain:. Wnndn Whittle, Unrbnrn Bcvfll, W. P. McGnuphey, Sue Phillips, Robert. Davis. Bertha Carter, Sue King, Sammy West, Everet Allen. Calvin George, Shirley roller. Don Kins Watkins, James Devlll, Leonard Swain and Charles Lee. the dry Cleaning Quality that money can't buy! You Pay Nothing Extra For Sta-Hu That's right . . .' you can't buy the "like- new" feel and softness that our Sta*Nu finishing gives all your clothes! As a Sta * Nu Dry Cleaner we givi it to you as ' a quality extra. Send us just one garment . . you'll be so pleased that you'll make it a happy habit! '• as advertised in C&W CLEANERS 300 S. Division Ph. 3-4343 Despite Weather, Eight Hundred Attend Easter Sunrise Services Despite rainy weather, the Easter Sunrise service at Star-Vue Drive-In, sponsored by First Lutheran Church, was attended by an estimated 800 persons. Bits^of News Fred Perry, who IK employed In Oklahoma City, spent the holiday heve with his family. Mr. and Mrs. George Lee have Col. and. Mrs of Little Rock. their guests Charles Cramer Last night, Mr. and Mrs. Le<? entertained several friends 'with an Informal party at which time Col. and Mrs. Cramer showed slides of a European tour which they took. Inst summer. Charles Kinnlnghnm, student at Mississippi State College, spent the holiday weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Abe Klnnlngham. Lloyd Ray returned to Kennedy Veterans Hospital this morning where he Is n patient in Ward 21-A. He was motored to Memphis by B. P. Rhoficls, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerald Johnson and children had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Coffey nnd son of Russell Springs, Ky., Mr. nnd Mrs. Tommy Blessing and children of St. Louis and Mv. and Mrs. Alvin Blessing and son of Odell, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. E Ganno spent the holiday weekend in Hot Springs. E n r o u t e home they s.topped In Memphis and visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Powell. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Warren spent the weekend In Alamo, Tenn,, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Woods. Mrs .Gladys McDnnlel Is B patient in Methodist Hospital at Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Slack nnd chil- Osceola UDC Chapter to Hold Silver Tea Doctor James Franlclln Davles Chapter of United Daughters of Confederacy will hold its annual silver tea Tuesday afternoon 3,to 5 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George X. Florida, 500 West fiemmes. The proceeds will be used for the educational fund. The public is invited. dren spent the weekend in Friars Point, Miss., visiting his parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Slack. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson had as their guests, Mrs. Bobby Tomlinson and daughter, Mickey Lou, of Three Rivers, Mich,, and Mr. and Mrs. Nixon Shivley of Memphis- Bill Hillmans of Coeburn, Va., was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Wimberly and son and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Also visKi;;rf in the Wimberly home were Mr, and Mrs. J. T .Hipp, Charles Mulllns and Mrs. James Vest. Murray Smart, Jr.. returned to Tulane University In New Orleans today after being the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. C. Murray Smart. Guests tn the R .V. Mallory home yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown a ; nd children of Risco, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Burl Castman of Cooler, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb and children of Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DeWeese and son, Mike. Mrs. W. I. Mallory, Sr., and Mrs. Q, W. Yates of Hay- tl. Mrs. Mallory remained and will spend several days visiting her son. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Blankenship and sons, Kenneth and Mike, of Little Rock were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Blankenship and children. Johnny Logglns returned to Texas A. and M. today after spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr. NO ABOUT IT! The greatest refrigeration valur.i ever offered In the Blythevllle-Manila ar»! See Pag« Two Of Today'i Paper €NC MCCC WEEK to enter our Childrens Portrait Contest Pictured above is Tommle Westbrook. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Westbrook, 1910 Chlckft^awha. 1. Bring your child into our studio any day this week for FREE CONTEST SITTINGS. 2. We will photograph your child in several carefully planned poses. Your choice nf thft best pose will be entered in the contest. 3. Age group for this contest wUl b« 4 months to 8 years. 4. You nre not required to order any pictures. LEE BEARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY CHILD ART STUDIO Dial 3-86R6 for Appointment nd Mrs. R. L. Logglns. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hawkins and daughters of Forrest City and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pent«r of Dell were guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. li. Hawkins yesterday. Roy Lee McKay" has returned to Texas A. and M. after spending the holidays here with his parents. Mrs. Fred W. Bean left today on a two-week vacation to California where she .will visit relatives. She is accompanying her brother, Worth Godwin, and Mrs. Godwin of Bloomfield, and her sister, Mrs. Joe Hill, and Mr. Hill of Memphis on this trip. Harry A. Hames Is In Memphis today to meet his wife and daughters who have spent the past several weeks In Hickory, N. C., visiting Mrs. Haines' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shuford. • . Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCool and son, Michael, spent the weekend in Sheridan visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newell, Jr. and sons .of Memphis were the guests of Mrs. Leslie Hooper yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard are the parents of a daughter born April 6 at Chickasawba Hospital. They have two other daughters. Molly and Melinda. Mrs. Guard is in Room A-45. Milton Morgan, who underwent treatment at Kennedy Veterans' Hospital last week, is now at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr. and children spent the holiday weekend in Tupelo. Miss., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rlchey, former residents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard CsliweH and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham spent the weekend in Pontotoc, Miss., vlsiiing Mr. Caldwell's mother. Mrs. Lula Caldwell. Bob Sandberg of Winter Park, Pla., is visiting Miss Frances Sue Bright, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saliba of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. George Favati and children of Memphis spent the weekend here visiting Mi-. Saliba's and Mrs. Favati's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba, and their brother, Eddie Saliba, and Mrs. Saliba. Paul Elder of Jonesboro was the holiday gue$t of Miss Sue Orsburn and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Orsburn. Mr. and Mrs. Don Besharse and daughter, Deborah Kay, of Pine Bluff were the weekend guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Besharse. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Green and son, Jimmy, of Memphis, were the guests of Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs. Eddie Burks, and Mr. Burks yesterday. They came especailly to see Lt. and Mrs. Pat Burks and daughter, who are visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummings The House fo Perfect Sound & Protection' Now Showing MONDAY & TUESDAY April 11 & 12 WA,,;:ER L,,c. . _:NT WASNERCOLOR-SlEBEOPHONiC SOUND «IDO MOM NAMCV JJMES SOMl - 3AVHOND TAB DOROTHY ANNE Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. 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