The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 14, 1968
Page 4
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Page Four - Blythevffie (Arfc.) Courier Eewn - Friday, Junt V, Miss Mary Lee Pavlas George McComick to Wed Miss Pavlas ¥.Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. J. Pavlas of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., announce the engagement of Base during this period. Lieutenant McCormick, a na live of Carmel, Calif., attendee announce the engagement oi nve ™ V-UUJM, w^., w~™~ their daughter, Mary Lee, to Pasadena City College and re i-- _ _ ~m j-i . »_ii T_ Am'.inrl Uie i^Aiffflia -from Wl 1TT1 rim £t. George G. McCormick Jr. .-.Miss Pavlas was graduated from Gosnell High School in 1967 and is attending Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. " She has been a resident of Blytheville for the past eight years, her father being stationed at Blytheville Air Force ceived his degree from Humbol State College in 1965. His family now resides in Al tadena, Calif. He is presently stationed a Blytheville .Air Force Bas where he is a B-52 navigator. A late August wedding i being planned by the couple. | Mrs. Lawrence Presents ^Armorel WMU Program Armorel Baptist Women's Mis-1 gram were Mrs. E. E. White Union met at the I Mrs. N. 0. Patterson, Mrr sipnary Church Wednesday night for a Royal Service program "Plus- 6C5 for New Missionaries." Nine members attended. • Mrs. Robert Lawrence, program chairman, presented the program using maps to illustrate points. Those participating on the pro- Spurlock, Mrs. J. L. Basse and Mrs. Frank Coasts. Plans were discussed for th mission activity day to be hel this summer. Mrs. Andrew Richardson led in special prayer for missionaries and gave the dismissal prayer. Social and Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Franks re now making their home in :ape Girardeau, Mo., wbflre e is manager pf the produce apartment of Liberty Food jiants. Mr. Franks is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Comer Franks of Bly- leville, and Mrs. Franks is the aughter of Mr. and Mrs. James <eene of Rockford, 111. Lt. Col. and Mrs. John B. Lewis and children, Buddy Aria and Bruce, will arrive today or a visit with her mother, •Irs. J. \V. Shouse and other elatives. They will leave for Germany n July where they will be sta- ioned for three years. Maj. and Mrs. Daniel A. tlontemayor and family have moved to Blytheville from To- jeka, Kan. They are at home at 1306 W. Main. Mrs. Montemayor is the former Miss Joan Freeman. M.Sgt. and Mrs. Ted Nagel and sons of Hampton, Va., are visiting in Blytheville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reid, and her sister, Mrs. Joe Dildine and family. George Ramey of Blytheville and Marcus Stiles of Osceola were among 249 students named to the Dean's List at Arkansas Tech in Russellville for the spring semester. Maj. and Mrs. John Godfrey of Blytheville Air Force Base have been assigned to Castle Air Force Base, Calif. En route to Castle, Major and Mrs. Godfrey will visit his relatives and friends in New York and tour Canada. Mrs. Godfrey is the former Miss Juanita Whitehorn of Blytheville. Kim Thomas of Oklahoma City, celebrated her fifth birthday June 7 with a party in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Davis of Burdette. Special guest was J. B. Thomas of Albertville, Ala. Ronald L. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Wilson of Blytheville, was on the Dean's List at Southern State College with straight A's for the 1968 spring semester. Marilyn Rhea Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rhea of Cooler, Mo., was graduated with distinction from Arkansas State University May 30. She received a BSE degree in elementary education. Mrs. Stevens will accompanj her husband, Lt. Grady E. Ste vens to Illesheim, Germany. Mrs. Nancy D. White, special education teacher of Blytheville Junior High School attend ed a school - work program fm the educable mentally retardec in Hot Springs June 4 through 7 under the sponsorship of the University of Texas' Rehabilitation Research and Training Center. Miss Burnham Bride Of Randall West Brunch Honors Two Seniors At Blythevilk Country Club The Green Room of the Blytheville Country Club was the setting for a brunch given by Mrs. Elbert Johnson and Mrs. Toler Buchanan honoring their daughters, Betsy Johnson and Carol Buchanan. Each place setting at the table was marked by a small yellow pot of daisies and glame- Ilias containing pennants of the school each girl. plans to attend. The serving table held a large yellow basket of the same flowers. Mrs. R. W. Sibley of Osceola, grandmother of Miss Buchanan, was a special guest. Mr. and. Mrs. Lowell T. Burnham of Yarbro announce the marriage of their daughter, Linda, to Randall W. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W, (Fritz) West of Blytheville. The wedding was solemnized at £ p.m. June 1 in the home of the bride's parents with Rev. Bob Ebersold, pastor of Clear Lake Baptist Church, officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a two-piece white street - length dress. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a white satin pillbox hat with a single white satin rose. The bridal bouquet was of white glamelias. Miss Donna Russell, maid of honor, was attired in a blue and white dress with matching blue accessories. Her short veil was attached to a blue velvet ribbon and she 23 Attend Beacon WMA Circle Meetings • Beacon Baptist Church Women's Missionary Association met for circle meetings Monday. Billy Stroud Circle met with Mrs. Bil Baker with 13 members present. Mrs. Laura Elrod and Bonnie Coggins are new members of the circle. Mrs. Elrod presented the lesson on the Carl Bearfield missionary family. Opening prayer was by Mrs. Pollys Pointers By mS Polly Cramer .-' DEAR POLLY - Do tell Mrs. J. S., whose windows are stuck together with paint and will not ;open, to take a putty knife and tap it gently, but firmly, with a .hammer up and down the full -length between the window and •the frame and they will open— ;MRS. J. H. T. Jewell Burks and closing prayer was by Mrs. Jean Hagen. Cindy Shaclin Circle met with eight members present in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Gip- sdn. Mrs. Susie Benefield gave the opening prayer followed by the lesson given by Mrs. Jack Roland. Mrs. Drew Hughey dismissed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Christian Presents Program Lake Street Methodist Church Women's Missionary Society met Monday with 16 members present. Mrs. C. M. Baxter gave the opening prayer. President Mrs. Fred Davis presided over he meeting. Mrs. Davis was presented a life membership pin by Mrs. J. M. Besharse. The program "Resident Homes Find a Way," was led DEAR POLLY - We had the | b .v Mrs. Ed Christian assisted stuck window" problem at our! fa y Mrs - Billy King and Mrs. jschool, just like Mrs. J. S. •These windows were painted ,'during vacation. The janitor •stuck his screwdriver Don Lutz. Mrs. Joe Strickland and Mrs. Lutz, hostesses, served refreshments covered with a white Itween an unlocked window and | cioth and centered with an ar;the frame, hit it with his fist rangement of cut flowers. •and the window came open. — PJOANNE I DEAR POLLY - I like to • buy the giant - sized economy i '.box of detergent but found it •difficult to know how much to /measure out and carry to tha •laundromat. Now 1 fill a plastic vjuice decanter that has a eon- 'venient handle, screw-type top .and pouring spout wilh deler- :ge,il to lake with me. This holds ^enough for eight to 10 washer 'loads and there are no spills.— :JOAN YMCA Craft Program June 17 The YMCA will begin a craft program June 17 and it will continue through August 2. The program for those ages nine through 90, will meet two days each week. Fourth and fifth graders will meet from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursday. Sixth grade and junior high students will meet from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Monday and Wednesday and the women's classes will meet from 1 .m. until 3 p.m. on Wednesday and 9:30 a.m., until 11:30 a.m. on Fridays. Further information may be obtained by calling the YMCA, PO 3-4479. The same number can be called for registration. Registration for the YMCA tennis clinic will be held at Walker Park tennis courts, Fri day, June 21 at 4 p.m. The clinic will be held Satur day, June 22, from 9:30 a.m to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tfiere will be no charge-. Chapter N Entertains Husbands Chapter N, P.E.O. entertained their husbands with a B.I.L. party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold at Armorel Monday night. The party was in the form of a picnic supper. Band Program Will Begin Monday A summer band program for Blytheville Senior and Junior High School Band students wil begin Monday, June 17. Classes will be held Monday through Friday in the hlgii school band building through July 26. The schedule is 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. beginning woodwim (flute, clarinet, saxophone drum); 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m beginning brass (coronet, trom- Hemember To Pay Your P»p«r Bey ALICE FERGUSON ANNOUNCING Alice Ferguson Is Now With Barbara't Salon of Hairstyling High Fashion Stj-llnj, Tinting nnd Bleaching Complete!? Modernized and Air Conditioned For Your Comfort. BARBARA'S SALON of HAIRSTYLING 512 Walker - Barbara Anderson, Owner-PO 3-1213 bone, baritone drum); 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. advanced band, and 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., make-up session for all beginning students unable to attend the morning sessions. Instruments for beginning band students may be rented between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Monday, June 17, in the band building. Information concerning the band can be obtained by calling Charles Weidman, junior high band director, at the senior high school band room, PO 38311. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Friday and Saturday Gun tn one hand., in the other! « „...,*, GAYU HUNNICUTT- RAYMOND ftMft <S& SUN. • MON. • TUES. Couple On Tour Of B.ible Lands Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stockemer of Wilson left Sunday, June 9, on a study tour of Bible lands and a. preaching mission in .East Africa. Their itinerary is as follows: Rome, Cairo, Beirut, Baalbeck, Nicosia, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Bethlehem;. Hebron Nazareth, Haifa, Beersheba, Athens, Zurich, Geneva, London, Paris and Mbala Uguanhanda East Africa. The tour will last seven weeks. Rev. Stockemer is pastor of the First Baptist Church of Wilson. Duane Spikes, who is attending the Southwestern Bible Seminary of Fort Worth, Tex., will serve as pastor. Fashion Tips Keep Your Diet If it's lunch or dinner at a restaurant and you're dieting safe choices for appetizers include tomato, clam or sauerkraut juice, fruit cup or one- half grapefruit or a shrimp cocktail with lemon juice, clear consomme or bouillon. Main dishes might be any roasted or broiled meat or chicken, fish or main dish salad. For dessert choose fresh fruit, small serving of ice cream or gelatin. Homemakers For Brighter Floors To keep linoleum or asphalt tile floors bright add %-cup of bleach to each two gallons of suds solution. For badly stained linoleum or asphalt use %-cup bleach for each quart of cold water. Apply this solution with a cloth moistened with cold water to the floor and allow to remain in contact with surface for two minutes. Be sure to rinse thoroughly. [LIAS Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ......a...«••..«•••••• NOW SHOWING 2 MORE BIG DAYS DOUBLE FEATURE "BONNIE & CLYDE" Warren Beatty and Fay Dunaway Plus "The Corrupt Ones" with Robert Stack ^BirtBi L RVK Relax Go To a Movie Sun. • Men. • Tue». DOUBLE FEATURE "The Silencers" with Dem Martin "The Texon" with Audi* Murphy wore a corsage of white carnations trimmed with blue ribbon. Mr. West attended his son as best man. Mrs. Burnham, mother of the oride, chose a two-piece beige dress with beige accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. West, mother of tha groom, was attired iin a powder blue dress with black accessories. She also wore a corsage of white carnations. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony. 4-H Head - Heart Hands Health Charles Weathers was enrolled as a new member when Lucky Clover 4-H Club held its regular monthly meeting Monday night at the Dogwood Clubhouse. President Susan Ramey presided over the meeting which was opened by group singing led by Billie Jo Page, followed by pledges led by Deanne Weathers and Judy Higgins. Roll call and minutes were given by Retha Weathers and brought by Shirley Weathers. During the business session, plans were made to hold a "Club Project Day" on June 22 at 1:30 p.m. Various events will be held including a bakeoff, sewing entries, hobby and project displays, and a "talk-fest." A"H members have been urged to participate. A hayride was also planned, to be held on July , 8, and a committee was appointed to make arrangements. Retha Weathers presented a piano solo, "Whispering Hope." A demonstration on making a sewing kit was given by Deanne Weathers. Susan Ramey gave a demonstration on different types of bandages and other first aid hints. Kenny Payne gave an illustrated talk on "The Life and Death of John F. and Robert Kennedy," and displayed a collection of newspaper articles artd pictures. Special guest was Buster Higgins of Baltimore, Md., former charter member of the Lucky Clover Club. Mr. Higgins spoke briefly to the group on the importance of 4-H work. Another guest was Molly Prince of Little Rock. Leaders present were Mrs. Jim Burks and Mrs. Jim Tom Weathers. Refreshments were served by Shirley, Deanne, Retha, and Jirn Torn Weathers. Mr. ant( Mrs. Randal/ W. West The bride's table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with a single wedding bell and a three - tiered wedding cake. Reception assistants were Mrs. Tommy Burnham, sister- in-law of the bride and Miss Lou Anna West, sister of the groom. Mrs. Roy K o o n c e, grandmother of the bride, was a spe- | cial guest. Out - of - town guests attend^ ing were Mr. and Mrs. Greg Sienkiewicz of Hammond, Ind., and Charles Eichman and Richard Grills, both of Memphis. : After a short wedding .trip, the couple will be at home in Blytheville where the groom is employed by Liberty Food i Giant in Plaza Shopping Cen- I ter. - ; Young people need help in bitting the mark * Spiritual perception to see the real purpose of life ind moral strength to reach, it —> this is the help they need. (One of the words for sin in tb.e early Bible meant "to miss the mark.") Young people gain a more accurate aim in life through * better understanding of God and nan. They'll be welcome at the * Christian Science Sunday School * pupils UP to the IK of 20 Siarti 9:30 a.m. Church Service* 11:00 a.m. Th» Christian Sclenct Society of Blytheville meeti M the Women's Club Buildup, 1411 West Mala Street, BlyihnUlt, Ark. ' -•..•• Welcome Everyone Card Of Thanks We wish to express our slncerest appreciation and thanks to all our Wends and neighbors for their kindness 'and thoughtfulness shown to us during the recent illness and death of our loved one, Coy D. Cook. Special thanks to Dr. W. O. Green and the hospital staff of Chickasawba Hospital and Rev. Curtis Bryant for his words of comfort and Howard Funeral Home. The Coy Cook Family Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. FRIDAY ® SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE JAMES DRURYsu,ot ••IHtVIR6IHUK"TV SERIES THEYOUflH? WAHHIOHS SUN. MON. - TUES. - WED. DOUBLE FEATURE 1NJOY A MOVIE UNDER THE STARS CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M. • €•»•»«••• t ••••••••••••••••••••••«•*•••••••«•• THE COOLEST AND MOST ENJOYABLE SPOT IN TOWN FRI. *SAT. * SUN. ft MON, (GA) _MGMprHwti- COMING SOON-TO THE RITZ SECRET WAR OF HABRY FRIGG — Paul Nowman ' BLACKBEARD'S GHOST — Dean Jenei & Suianne Pleshettr

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