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Page row - BIyflievfflt (Art.) Courier W««i - M«t>8iy. Aprl MJ — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor DATE SETA May 28 wedding in Woodland Corner Baptist PhoneJ>p 3-4461 Panics Honor Bride-Ekct A series of pre-nuplial parties honoring Miss Diane Halsell, bride-elect of Dick Ritchey, Church h beina were given Salurda y uiurcn is Being _ „, -..,... , planned by Miss Dorcia Mayher, daughter of Mrs. Gustave Mayher of Blytheville, to Tony Lucius. Miss Mayher Is Betrothed ^Announcement was made today by Mrs. Gustava Mayher of Two Named AS Delegates Blytheville of the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Dorcia, to Tony Lucius of Blytheville. Mr. Lucius is the son of Finns Lucius and Mrs. Louise Backus of Blytheville. The bride-elect is a senior at ; ; Rev. M. R. Wilkinson of Ely- Gosnell High School, trjeville and Allen Segraves of j Th e prospective groom attended Gosnell High School and is presently employed by City Electric Co. A May 28 wedding is planned in Woodland Corner Baptist Church at Gosnell. tjsceola are among 466 Presbyterian leaders named as commissioners to the 106th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of the U. S. in Montreal N: D., April 21-26. !,The appointments .were announced by Dr. James A. Millard, Jr., the Assembly's Stated clerk. The General Assembly is the denomination's highest ec- cfestical court and meets annually to establish the laws and programs under svhich the church operates. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MON. & TUES. ELVIS PRESLEY And DONNA DOUGLAS "FRANK1E Some 75 guests attended a party Saturday morning at the home of Mrs. M. J. Cuadra. Entertaining were Mrs. Cuadra and daughter Marti, Mrs. Blan Heath and Mrs. Robert Warren. For the occasion, Miss Halsell chose a spring floral sheath of green and yellow with matching accessories complemented (Bits of News jdtltf fterionaf \ mos Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Lowe have returned to Evanston, 111., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Haga of Beckley, \V. Va., former residents of Blytheville, are parents of their first child, a son, born April 1. The baby has been named Leslie Wayne, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie King and children spent the Easter weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maclm of Steele. Also visiting the Maclins were Mrs. Ra m o n a Atkinson anc daughter of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pierce Koehn, Jr., of Memphis an- by her hostesses. A green and yellow color scheme with painted daisies was used throughout in decorat- with a daisy corsage presented | nounce the birth of their sec• • ' ••- -• ond child, a daughter, born March 29 at Methodist Hospital She has been named Kimberly Pierce. The Koehns are also parents of another daughter Kathryn Virginia, age three Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson. Jr. of Blytheville and paterna grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Richard Pierce Koehn of Jack mg. The refreshment table, overlaid in turquoise linen, held an arrangement of painted daisies and babies' breath in a silver compote. Presding at the table were Miss Susan Halsell, and Miss Brenda Ritchey, sister of the engaged couple. Out of town guests were Mrs. Johnny Green of Baton Rouge, Miss Sally Sharp of Baytown, Tex., and Miss Joyce Crawford of Little Rock. The home of Mrs. C. E. Graves was the setting for a luncheon Saturday honoring Miss Halsell. Co - hostesses were Mrs. Vaughn Jerome and Mrs. Newell Jerome. The dining table overlaid with a white cutwork cloth held a centerpiece of Dutch iris, daisies and snapdragons in a cut- glass bowl. The small tables were also arranged similar to that of the I dining table. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Accompanied By Parents. Children Free Only If MON-TUES - Double Feature 7:00 — 8:30 PANAVISION'- TECHNICOLOR* A Columbia Picture ••••**•••••••••••••«•••*••*••••*••••••••••••• E.H.C. MEETING NOTES «•••••••••••%«•••••*•• The home of Mrs. Al Cherepski was the meeting place Fri- , s were w day for a workshop meeting of) of ffi d , Blytheville EH Club members. ' B B K Following morning workshop, a luncheon was served at noon by the hostess. Eight members attended with three guests, Mrs. Bill Hardin, Mrs. Alfred Kemper and Miss Pat Cole, EH agent. Mrs. Billy Gann opened the regular meeting during the afternoon with the devotional which was followed by leader's reports given by Mrs. John Gann and Mrs. Jack Christie. Miss Cole gave a demonstration on "Adding Beauty tn the Home through Accessories." Eye openers displayed were a paper bucket and foil collage. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved during the business session. The meeting adjourned with the announcement that Mrs. Billy Gann will host the next i meeting in May. were mothers Halsej , and M Bruce Ritchey, who were presented corsages of yellow Dutch iris. The honoree received a corsage of white iris to complement her black and white ensemble. The hostesses' gift was of china in her chosen pattern. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, Miss Anderson Crowned At Band Dance Miss Lana Anderson was crowned Band Queen when band students were entertained with a dance given by the Band Parents Club. Her maids were Sharon Bowen, Gail Black-well and Linda Aiken. Also presented at the dance were the 1966-67 band officers. They are . president, Mike Davis: vice president, Paul Goetz, and secretary - treasurer, Sharon Bowen. Colored records, glittered musical notes and instuments and juke boxes were used in decorating the rooms in carrying out the theme, "The Sound of Music." The refreshment table held a tiered centerpiece composed of records and red and white nar- nations. Music for the dance was provided by The Counts from Memphis. Serving sftnville, Fto. ' 1 Steve Stevenson, • student »t Mississippi State C all eg* In Starkville, it spending the spring vacation with hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Stevenson, Jr. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wyatt during the Easter vacation are their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wyatt and children of Fayetteville, and their daughter, Mrs. Larry Elledge, and Mr. Elledge of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wyatt and family will also visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hampton, over the Easter vaca tier,. Miss Patty Sue Harris and her houseguest, Miss Barbara Demianiuk of Frankfort, Germany, and Miss Candy Click of Dyers burg, all students at Memphis State, spent Friday at Kentucky Lake. Miss Harris who accompanied Miss Demianiuk back to Memphis Saturday, returned to spend Easter with her parents. Richard Wyatt of Blytheville received the Oklahoma Chapter of Financial Executives Instit- tute Outstanding Accounting Junior Award at the Commerce Day ceremonies at the University of Arkansas recently. Bill E. Ross of Blytheville has been named to Who's Who in the College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas. Bttty Johnson an'd Delores Ed- Hall, 9 p.m. wards. Randall Hall, George Hubbard and Richard Connell ran for vice president and M e 1 i n d a Guard, Susan Grlgsby, and Susie Robinson vied for the secretary's position. Candidates for the presidency Business and Professional Wo- Dell Parent - Icacher ftssn. were Mike Guillot, .Walt Hamp- nan's Club wiihhold dinner and will meet in school catetena ai tnn and J«rrv Fletcher. uroeram mcetlne. 7 P.m. 3p.m. _...' B.M.S. on the band dance committee were Mrs. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore and! Jones > chairman; Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Fleeman Robin- Robinson, Mrs. Alvin Lane, Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs. Joe McHaney and Mrs. Claude Briley. Special guests were Bob Lipscomb, band director, and Don Jones, assistant band director. son entertained the couple at a dinner party Saturday evening at the Brown home. The honoree greeted guests wearing a pink and avocado dress designed with bell sleeves and accented with reembroid- ered roses. She received a cor- j sage of camelias. | The serving table was centered with an arrangement of pink carnations in a silver epergne. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ritchey. Approximately 30 attended. The hostesses' gift was a silver tray. Guests Attend Variety Dance A theme of Easter decorations was the setting for -the April dance of Variety Club" held Saturday evening at the South Sea Room of Hotel Noble. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Shields and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Wilf. Among guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Homer, Wheeler Grace and Linda Dyess, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Austin,! Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clifton; Mr. and Mrs. Harlah Bryant, M. and Mrs. Leon 'Villiamson, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hodge; Mr. and Mrs. Weston Scrape, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie White; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brawley and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gellant- Grant Renewed Continental Oil Company has renewed its S200 scholarship grant to the University of Arkansas, UA president David W. Mullins said this week. Business Dean Paul W. Milam said the recipient of the 1966-67 award, a student in the College of Business Administration, will be announced soon. Current holder of the Conoco scholarship is Richard H. Wyatt son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wyatt of Blytheville. NCO Wives Club meets at NC'O Club, 1 p.m. Armorel - ettes EH Club will meet. . Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of Eastern Star, meets at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Business and Professional Wo- school, J p.m.. preceded fcy meeting of executive board at 2:30. Nazarenc Foreign Missionary Society will meet at the church 7:30 p.m. Dell First Baptist WMU will meet at the church. • Dell Parent • Teacher Assn. ton and Jerry Fletcher. Campaign banners and post were put up Sunday afternoon. Candidates handed out pins and other material Monday and campaign speeches were delivered Tuesday. The student body voted Wd- nesday before school, during study halls, and at noon and the results were announced at the end of sixth period. The winners are Jerry Fletcher, president; Susie Robinson, secretary; Richard Connell, vice president; and Delores Edward treasurer. program meeting, 7 p.m. Blylheville Junior Auxiliary meets at 9:30 a.m., First National community room. Beta Sigma Phi City Council will meet. • • •Yarbro Extension Homemakers Club will meet at club- rouse. - - •AMM- Squadron- Wives inn*™ uijuuu.vi. ,,..~u IJICCI ill Dual'" v*-i' hold coffee, 7:30 p.m., Service maslcr po j n t game. ''liih n _ i .1... A .._ r'l.iU Coming EvenU Club. ciolden Age Club will meet at 2101 Communications Squadron 1 7;)0 . Wives' meets at Service Club, p mn 'iiv Service's will hold cot- 7:30 p.m. rlomcmakors Extension will meet.' . . Blytlieville High, School PTA will meet at 3 o'clock preceded by. executive board meeting -at By Martba Huffman Courier News Blytbeville High School Reporter lll««««^^ The Student Council met March 29 at the Dixie Pig. The meeting was called to order by President Alan Tegethoff. Mike Guillot, the vice president, gave the invocation. Roll was called by the secretary, Susan Reed, after which the minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The treasurer, Susie Robinson, reported that the Council has $778.01. Candidates for, Student Council offices for next year were guests of the Council. The Altrusa Girls for April and May were elected 'so they can write a theme for the Al- trusa scholarship ' committee. Janie Ellis is the Altrusa Girl for April and Julia Swain is for May. The Prom Decoration Committee, which is composed of Freddie Edwards, Martha Huffman, Tomy Hale and Jo Anne McHaney, asked the Council for a donation to pay for the decorations. The Council will give $50 and the Dance Committee will match this amount. The senior class will give $25. Student Council election held April 6. The -andidates for treasurer were Ginger Hooven, Monday Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 meets at 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18 meets at IOOF Hall, 7:30 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU meets at the church. Woman of the Church of First Presbyterian Church meets in members' homes for circle meetings. Coin Collectors Club, meets in South Sea Room of Hotel Noble, Junior Club at 6:30, Senior meeting, 7:30. Altrusa Club of Blytlieville meets in Martin Room of Goff Hotel, 7:30. American Legion Auxiliary meet at Little Hut, 8 p.m. Credit Woman's Breakfast Club will meet. Society Coming Events First Christian Women's Fellowship will meet in groups; Hope and Faith at 2 p.m., Charity and Love at 7:30 p.m. Sacettes EH Club will meet. Northeast District Nurses Association will meet. Lake Street Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Christ Methodist Woman's. Society of Christian Service will meet. Explorer Post 104 will meet at First Methodist Church, 6:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 104 will meet at First Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church will meet for covered dish supper at the church, 7 p.m. Officers Wives Club will have luncheon, 12:30, at Officers Club. Ladies Golf Association will hold luncheon, sports fashion show, by reservations only at Blytheville Country Club. IOOF Lodge meets at IOOF I cers Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Capt. J. Lesieutre at LE 2-5718 or Mrs. J. -R. Stevenson at- LE 2-5928. Post 481 will meet at Army Reserve Training Center, 7 p.m. Kiwanis Club will meet at Goff Hotel, 12:00. Fairview PTA will meet at school. 3 p.m., preceded by a meeting of the executive board at 2:30. SECOJTO CLUSS MAIL PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED »» BLTTHEVILLE, ARK Btnhcvtlle Courier Newt ZIP • )231« Barr? W Halnes, pubusbet 3rd at Walnut Stl. Btytritrllle Ark Published dally except Sundaj Second claw postage paid at Sly- thevllle. Art HOME DELIVER* RATES -In Blythevllle and towns In ta« BlythertUe trade territory: Dally 35c per week BY "MAIL PAYABLE tN ADVANCE Wltbla so mite or Blyth«llte 18.00 per year Wore than 50 miles from uiytnertiii DR. CAUDILL A Personal Invitation to Spring Revival Services APRIL 10-17 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 715 WEST WALNUT Or. R. Paul Caudill, Evangelist Pastor, First Baptist Church, Memphis , Mr. iarl Holloway, Music Director Morning Services 7:15 (Tues. thru Fri.) ' Evening Services 7:30 (Mon. thru Sat.) Sunday — 10:50 AM. and 7:30 P.M. Nursery Open For All Services Mnnlnl Servlc* will be Broadcast over KLCN Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY FRANKIS & JOHNNY — fMs Presley TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY WHO IS DOING WHATTOWHO? IN CASTMMCOLOft nun mUMTA ARTISTS COMING SOON TO Tfflt BIT* THE GREAT RACE - All Star Cut - April Mth OUR MAN FLINT - Jamt CelburD * L«e J. Cobb Clear Lake Baptist WMU will PEO will meet, meet. Chapter D, wilh Mrs. Bill Bracey. Armorel' WMU will meet »t church, 7:3(1' p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes for 2:30. Wednesday Officers Duplicafe, League meels at .7 Offi- •Sudburv PTA will meet al the fee at Kingsley Hall, 1:30 p.m., CIul) free nursery. Lutheran Woman's Missionary League will meet in the educational building, for business meeting, 1:30 p.m.'" Club 28 will 'meet at Blythe-. iville Country Club. •• .., I Blytheville-Jayceltes will meet B ™? e at the clubroom. . ' Friday Chapter N,' PEO Sisterhood,' will meet for a luncheon .at Blylheville Country Club. Hostesses include. Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. L. E. Old. Cotton Bowl Small Car Club will meet at Centra! Motors, 8 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. Homemakers, here's your chance to decorate your kitchen with elegance and ease. Enjoy a VIKING carpet on your kitchen floor. It will make your life a cinch. VIKING kitchen carpets are just as practical as they are glamorous. They lend an air of elegance and serenity but they wear like hard-surface flooring. Their rich decorator shades enhance any color scheme. Easy care,, luxurious and cushiony, with sponge-rubber backing that prevents slipping. 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