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fi* Four - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier Newt • Frid»y, M«reh I. MW — Society News — Donn» Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 BRIDE-ELECT -Miss Margie Louise Wagnon will become the bride of Spec. 5 Russell R. Yarbrough in » March 24 ceremony at the Christ Methodist Church in Blytheville. piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiinniiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiini [Bits of News I Margie Wagnon to Wed Russell Yarbrouob Here ; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huntzicker of Blytheville announce the engaement and appraach- ihg marriage of their daughter Miss Margie Louise Wagnon of Spec. 5 Russell R. Yarbrough, (Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yarbrough of Blytheville. : The bride-elect is the grand- Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn A. Wagnon and Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bevill of Blytheville. T The groom-elect is the grand- ion »f Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Yarbrough of Risco, Mo., and Mrs. W. R. Moody and the late Mr. Moody of Caruthersville. Miss Wagnen is a graduate of Blytheville High School where she was a member of the Red Pepper Club and Future Busl ness Leaders »f America. She IE presently employed at Blytheville High School. Mr. Yarbrough is a graduate »f Blytheville High School and is now in the United States Army at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The couple will exchange vows March 24 at the Christ Methodist Church in Blytheville. lOrephus Club Entertained I By Musical Selections '•• The Orpheus Music Club met Tuesday for their regular monthly meeting. ;: Co-hostesses were Mrs. Byron Moore, Mrs. Robb Klug, Miss Moffie Autry and Miss Mickle Allen. • The meeting was called to or fler by the president. • The club sang the hymn of the month, "All Hail the Power." It was reviewed by Mrs. wrk Hendricks. .Attending as guests were Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. Robert Gardner, Mrs. George Stillions arid Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDaniel of Walnut Ridge. 'Mrs. T. L. Stanford was in charge of the program which was entitled, "Music by Today's American Composers." The program was divided Into four musical categories which included sacred, secular, opera and broadway. :ln the first category Miss Autry, accompanied on the piano by Miss Donna Baker, sang the "Twenty Third Pslam" by Crook Speed, of Earle, Ark. and "Drop, Drop Slowly" by Cecil Lapo. Mrs. Murray Smart, pianist, played the "Wedding March" by Jim Spikes, who is an Arkansas composer from Poca- hbntas. •A quartet from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church choir consisting of Mrs. Donna Swan, direc- tor, Mrs. Bobby Pierson, accompanist, Capt. and Mrs. Terry Gettelman and Ralph E. Brown III., sang "Hymn of Nations" and "Ride On, Ride On," by Austin Lovelace. The secular category was presented by W. J. McDanlel, pianist, a member of the Southern Baptist College music depart ment In Walnut Ridge. He played "Prelude from the Teenager's Suite" and "Nocturne a Fantasy," both of which he composed. Miss Baker, soprano, accbm- manied by Miss Autry, sang, "Here in These Words,' 1 "When I was Twenty," and "Jenny Kissed Me." Mrs. Donna Swan, soprano sang "The Black Swan" from 'The Medium" by Menotti in the opera category. She was accompanied by Mrs. Bobby Pierson. In the broadwiy category Mrs. Klug, soprano, accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Whisenhunt, sang, "I Could Have Danced All Night," and "Wouldn't It Be Loverlyfc" from "My Fair Lady" by Lerner-Loewe. The "Indian Love Caii" by Kudolph FrimI and "Sympathy" by Rudolph FrimI was pre sented as a piano dutt by Mrs. Frances Jackson and Mrs, Whisenhunt. The club joined in the singing of "Seventy Six Trombones' ANNOUNCING We are happy to announce the promotion of Homer Connell io the position of New and Used Car Manager. Mr. Connell hag been in the automobile bijai- nesa for 12 years and is well qualified for this position. Come in today and see one of our courteous salesmen for the best deal on the new Chevrolet of your choice. Bob Sullivan CHEVROLET-CADILLAC CO. 301 W. Walnut Ph. PO 3-4578 OPEN EVENINGS AND SAT. AFTERNOON mo6iiu personal Mrs. Comer Franks is a pa- lent in Doctors Hospital. She s in room 215 after undergoing urgery yesterday. W. C. Seymour was admitted o Chickasawba Hospital Wednesday for tests and a check up. le is in room B-5. Frances Gamill of Little Rock and Tpmmy Gamill of Pine Bluff will be week-end guests of Mrs. P. D. Foster Sr. Kiwonis Has Ladies Night The ham steak was delicious, the music a treat and the speaker humorous. Which is another way of saying the Kiwanis Club's annual Ladies Night at he Blytheville Country Club was a success. Music was provided by the Blytheville junior high school stage band and the toastmaster was Chuck Abel. At the door each of the women was presented with a corsage. Invocation was given by Ted Jrown and the welcoming address by Joe Warren, Kiwanis Club president. Mrs. L. D. Harris gave the response to the welcoming address and guests were introduced by Rev. E. H. Hall, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist Church and past president of the club. Ladies Night committee chairman was Bill Baker; reception committee was headed by Richard Wright. The speaker, P. D. (Pedie) AWARD WINNERS — Winners of the Daughters of the American Revolution' Good Citizenship awards at Blytheville Junior High School include Dusty Kenmore, Steve Britton, Kathy Human, Deena Button and Molly Nebhut. All are 8th grade students. The winners were selected for the highest scores on a written examination. Randy Parminter Has Birthday Randy Parminter celebrated his 7th birthday yesterday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 20 guests present. Game winners were Sam Pittman and Bart Dixon. Randy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parminter of Blytheville. Rose Pruning Is Sunday The Blytheville Rose Society will have their annual rose pruning demonstration at 2 p.m. Ga't'nrighTT Little 1^7* I ^^f tTnt j|!_ Bob Childress ighted his audience by alter-' nately making light of everything from marrigae to the U.S. Supreme Court. Les Gotcher To Be Guestt Caller The Flying Squares will welcome as their guest caller tomorrow night Les Gotcher. Dancing begins at 7:30 p.m. at Kingsley Hall Service Club. Mr. Gotcher is a professional and has called for 35 years. He is the originator of (lie modern American square dance. He tours Hawaii and Europe annually and tours the United States at least four times a year. He is the only caller to call for the Washington D. C. Festival for eight consecutive years. Mr. Gotcher has written several books on square dancing. He also publishes a m o n t h 1 y magazine for the international Square Dance Association. Anyone interested in square dancing is invited to hear Mr. Gotcher. home, 921 Indiana. The demonstration was postponed last Sunday because of he weather. The public is cordially invited o attend. and "Goodnight My Someone" 'rom "Music Man" by Meredith Wilson. The March meeting will be withMrs. Jerry Jenkins. THEATRE Your Friendly Tfiaafra OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. FRIDAY & SATURDAY TKCHNICOUOK STARRING •//. GARY CLARKE '•> , I CHRIS NOEL 'J . A UNIVERSAL RELEASE Soak Those Split Ends If hair splits are a problem, try soaking ends in baby oil and sitting under a dryer for 45 o 60 minutes. Wash hair until t's squaky clean and follow with a mild cream rinse. Now your hair is ready for setting and drying and no split ends. PTO Appoints Chairmen The president of the Gosnell Parent - Teacher Organization (PTO) recently appointed four committee chairmen. SMSgt. William Minor announced the following appointments: Mrs. P. W. Gamer, program planning; Mrs. J. R. Woodall, publicity chairman; Mrs. Alan Landers, project chairman; and Mrs. L. Taylor, mebership chairman. The next regular meeting of the PTO will be March 13. Coming Events Friday Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood. Cotton Boll Small Car Club Central Motors 8 p.m. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild. Dell Home Demonstration Club 1:30 p.m. Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church. Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers Dogwood Clubhouse 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.rn. Mrs. Pollard Is Honored A surprise baby shower honored Mrs. Larry Pollard of Cooler Monday night in the home of Mrs. Gary Hardin. Co- hostess was Mrs. Russell Carawan. There were 20 guests present. The hostesses presented the honoree with a white carnation corsage. Refreshments of pink cake and punch were served from a table covered with a white linen table cloth centered with pink candles, which carried out the color scheme of pink and white. Gifts were opened by Mrs. Pollard. Custard baked in a shallow dish will need less cooking time than custard made in a deep dish. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AI SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier News BLWHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72315 Harry W. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts. Blvtheville, Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blytheville and towns in toe Blytheville trade territory. Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blytheville S8.00 per year More than 50 miles from BlytnevUle 518.00 per year Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. GALA REOPENING TONIGHT WITH A FREE SHOW FOR ALL PRESENTING A DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM SJRlllESCOBURn PfBMna OS1WW COLOR PLUS CARTOON Opens at 6:15 — Starts at Dusk MARCH 4-5 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DOUBLE FEATURE STAGECOACH CinemaScopB-CotorliyDeliis • —-. ,, n ,» Mm .,.tn,c^ PLUS THE GU COUR. BOTH FEATURES IN COLOR PLUS CARTOON ADMISSION: 75c ADULTS — CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS During March, the Drive-In Will Be Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays Only. Starting April 1st, Open Full Time on the new Golden TOUCH & SEW zig-zag sewing machine in a variety of cabinet styles Siws straight, zig-zag arid chainstitches, too! Exclusiv* Push-Button Bobbin winds In tht machine! New buttonholer mikes 7 different buttonholes In • variety of sizes) New built-in mtdl* threader! New Sewing Speed Switch -sew it your own speed! Mikes hundreds of ilj-zig patterns! Subitintlil reductions en other cabinet model sewing machines, tool What's naiijbr tomorrow It at S I N C E R today! 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