The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1966 · Page 4
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Fife Four - Blythtville (Ark.) Courier Ntwi - Tutdiy. April li. MM — Society News — Glenna Lambert, SocietjMjMitor 8-4461 Mrs. Gaines Is President Of Blytheville Women's Club Mrs. Richard H. Wyatt Photo by Bob'i ef PayetteviUe Richard Wyatt Claim As Bride, fatricia Harrington of Tulsa Mrf and Mrs. Charles C. Yar- rinjjton of Tulsa, Okla., an- no'iirice the marriage of their daughter, Patricia Sue, to Richer* Hill Wyalt, son of Mr. and MS. William Henry Wyatt of Blytheville. She wedding was solemnized at'the First Methodist Church of TaHlequah, Okla., by Rev. L. H. Shack]eford March 23 at 2 e'clbck.. mm ....... iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiitiiinimH««i«| fBits of News| moitlif fjtfional jj iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii^'iiiiiiiiuiiii Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr and son Gary have returned after spending the Easter holidays with her mother, Mrs. C. R. Piercy, in Ashdown, Ark. , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Williams and daughter Mary Beth and Mrs. Pate Hurley of Dyersburg visited »n Sunday with Mrs Jake Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyrone and Mrs. Barbara Williams and daughter of Sikeston and Mrs. John Tyrone, Jr., and children Johnny and Allison of Memphis were guests of Mr. and M r s. John Tyrone over the holidays. Mrs. Jim Tyrone of Memphis was dismissed from Methodist Hospital Sunday. She is recuperating at her home at 3067 Nathan in Memphis. Miss Diane Halsel! has returned to Arkansas State College to resume her studies after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, over the Easter weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stovall and sons, Michael and Robert, returned to their home in Huntsville, Ala., yesterday after spending the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. Irby Hodge. Mrs. James Oxford has returned home after visiting in Indianapolis and Terre Haute, Ind. She was accompanied home Mrs. Marcus Gaines was installed as president of Blylhe- ville Woman's Club in a candlelight ceremony conducted by Mrs. H. C. Bush when members met Friday for a luncheon meeting at the clubhouse. Other officers elected to serve with Mrs. Gaines and installed at the meeting were Mrs. J. C. Lee, first vice - president; Mrs. Leonard Oldham, second vice- president; Mrs. J. E. Jones, secretary, and Mrs. K. L Husband, treasurer. Theme of the April meeting was "Conservation" with the program on "Roses" presented by Doyle Henderson, president of Blytheville Rose Society. Mr. Henderson said, "The old concept that rose growing is.a lot of hard backbreaking work, MtJ Marcus Gainei that roses' are difficult to grow and a waste of effort, is anything but true with our present day rose. Anyone can grow the modern rose. "I am sure started growing roses and don't try to overdo it, you will find much peace in your garden among your roses. It is like refuge from the storm of daily cares. Spend a little time with I erous music awards 1 Presently, she is a sophomore music major at the University of Arkansas where she is a member of the Uarkettes, Schola Cantorum, Opera Workshop and Chimes. She serves as a sophomore counselor, is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and the Inter- — Fratemitv Panhellenic Council, son Ronnie. They returned to Altrusa Club Plans Career Program Tonight Altrusa Club of Blytheville will meet tonight at the Goff Hotel from 7 until 9 p.m. t« hold a career conference for the junior class of Blytheville High School. The vocational service committee with Mrs. Cecelia Tegethoff as chairman will have charge of the program. Others on the committee include Mrs. Nola Howard, Mrs. Helen Cotner and Mrs. Nellie Punkett. Mrs. Howard will serve as moderator for the seven panelists representing various vocations. A special guest at the meeting will be Demetria Barton, district VIII governor of Altrusa Clubs. that if you get them and they embrace by her son and family, and Mrs. Gerald Oxford Mr. and &e bride ^^tedfrom Will Rogers High School, .Tulsa, where she was active in Symphony Debs and received num- GYM-DANDY Play Ground Equipment • SWINGS • SLIDES • CLIMBING TOWERS • MERRY-GO- ROUND AT LAD & LASSIE EAST MAIN ST. She is also a member of j Sigma Alpha Iota, is on the dean's list and was Engineering Queen (St. Patricia) her freshman year. The groom was graduated from Blytheville High S c'.(o o 1 where he was co-valedictorian, president of the Beta Club and ihe National Honor Society. Mr. Wyatt also attends the University of Arkansas where he is a junior in the school of Business Administration. He is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity, which he served as co-rush chairman, and Phi Eta Sigma, Cardinal XX, Beta Alpha Psi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sigma and is on the president's list. He recently received the Oklahoma Chapter of Financial Executive Institute Outstanding Accounting Junior Award at the Commerce Day ceremonies at the University. . Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt are making their home in Fayetteville where they will continue their studies. They will live in Bart- iesville, Okla., this summer where they will be employed by Phillips Petroleum Company. They will return to Fayetteville in the fall to continue their studies. you with their blooms and fragrance," Mr. Henderson stated He also discussed soil preparation, pruning and fertilizing and spraying and dusting in the care of roses. In closing Mr. Henderson quoted from the words of the prophet, Isiah, "and the desert shall blossom like the rose," and suggested, "early some morning when the dew is still on the roses, walk among them, for then you will be nearer nature and God than any other place." Program chairman was Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Mrs. Wayne Friday gave the devotional and scripture. Mrs. Loyd Whittaker, past president of Forrest City district of Woman's Clubs, told the 13 new members of the club, who were given special recognition by Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, outgoing president, of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs. She pointed out the object of GFWC is "to unite the Woman's Clubs and like organizations throughout the world for mutual benefits and for the promotion of their common interest in edu- brother, Reggie. cational, industrial, philan- Shelburne Brewer entered the thropie, literary, artistic and Methodist Hospital in Memphis I scientific culture." - - • - In 1964-65, the GFWC celebrates its 75th anniversary with the theme, "Diamond Jubilee of Saturday after past week with Indianapolis spending the Mrs. Oxford. Ann Pride, arrived Friday from the University of Arkansas to spend the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Evelyn Kay Halstead has returned to Memphis where she attends classes at the Memphis School of Commerce afte rspend- ing the holidays with her mother, Mrs: Addie Halstead, and Mrs Fred Western, Mrs. Ha ven Way, Mrs. Keith Bilbrey, Mrs. Robert Butsch, Mrs. J. K Williams, Mrs. Raymond Zach ry, Mrs. Jack Simers, Mrs Lloyd Harp and Mrs. Danie Thomas. Chairman of the hostesses for the 1 o'clock luncheon which preceded the meeting was Mrs. W. T. Barnett. Iris, jonquils.and gerbera daisies arranged in a silver bowl and surrounded by pink and yellow tapers graced the main serving table which -was covered in white linen. The dessert table held a large arrangement of white spirea and gerbera daisies flanked by silver candelabra holding yellow tapers. Easter baskets and candy eggs were placed at intervals along the tables. A bouquet of red azaleas was used on the piano and arrangements of yellow jonquils and Class Holds Dinner Meet Easter Class members of First Baptist Church gathered at the home of Mrs. Tracy Sandow Thursday night for a potluck dinner. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. John Mayes. AL Auxiliary Holds Meeting The meeting of American Legion Auxiliary was called to order last night at the Little Hut by the president, Mrs. Dennis C'armon. After the Pledge of Allegiance tlie group was led in the Preamble by Mrs. Kenneth Mullins. A program on the Philippine Islands was presented by Mrs. T. Y. Clanton. Mrs. W. J. Van Cleve led a discussion on membership and reported that the auxiliary was 21 members short of its goal. Announcement was made that Poppy Day will be held May 28 with Mrs. Mullins serving as chairman. She will be assisted by Junior Auxiliary members and Girl Staters. Appointed as this year's scholarship chairman was Mrs. Clanton. Her committee consists of Mrs. Van Cleve, Mrs. Ed Spaeth, Mrs. Bill Woods and Mrs. Thelma Cathey. Mrs. Lois Benefiel gave a brief talk on junior activities. The junior conference will be pink tulips on the mantel. A special table in honor of new members held appleblos- soms with miniature vases and was centered with a brass candelabrum holding a blue candle. Mrs. J. A. Saliba was awarded the door prize. Guests attending were Mrs. Sam Owens, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. Myrtle Mason and Mrs. Lillian Frank. Forty - eight members and guests attended. yesterday. Mrs. Brewer is with him. tne meme, "uiamunu juuuee ui Mrs. C. A. Cunningham has s erv j ce for Freedom and returned from Humboldt, Tenn, - • where she spent the Easter holidays visiting with relatives. Miss Kae Yat'es has returned to her home in Arlington, Va., after a visit with her parents, George Yates. Miss Yates is recuperating from an injury sustained in an automobile accident while vacationing in the Hawaiian Islands. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell were Mr. Halsell's sister, Mrs. Ed Stewart of Atlanta. Visiting this past week were another sister, Mrs. Horace Scrape, Mr. Scrape children of Minneapolis. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Children Free Only If Admission: Adults 75c; : 'Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE BOEING 80E/NG — Jerry Lewis, Tony Curtis GENGHIS KHAN — Stephen Boyd r 7:00 - 8:30 i WED.-THURS.-FRI. - Double Feature 2 Now the term Uus* L: with the story iNMdM the bllftsring best-selUr! First Feature at 7: IJ Second Feature at 9:00 »•••»••••••••••*••*•••••••••••••••••••••'•• Growth.' "Areas of study and action of the General Federation include conservation, education, fine Following dinner, reports were leard from the various class officers and the devotional was given by Mrs. Alvis B. Carpen- sr. Mrs. James Parminter closed the meeting with a prayer. Thirteen members attended. Mrs. Garrigan Hosts Meeting Mrs. C. W. Garrigan was hostess to the Monday evening meeting of Christ Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, which was opened with a prayer led by Mrs. J. E. Groner. The program was entitled, "Strangers No More," with MPS. Garrigan serving as leader. Mrs. Henry Buck read the scripture lesson which was followed by a sort business session with Mrs. B. F. Gay, president, presiding. The treasurer's report was heard from Mrs. Glen Lynch. After the meeting was closed by player, refreshments were served by the hostess. held in Little Rock on April 30. Blytheville members wil! be accompanied to the conference by Mrs. Van Cieve and Mrs. Car mon. Hostesses for the next meeting will be Mrs. Kenneth Mullins, and Mrs. Ben Mays. Mrs. Mullins, chaplain, led in closing prayer. SECOND eiAII MAIt rBIVILBGCS AUTHORIZED M Courln Niwa *IP - 1M1I larr? W. Halnei, VuMtttU Jrd at IVillUt IU. ' BIJthcTlll. Ml. >: ...jIUDed dallj MMM •VBMt' Second clasa poatafi paid at •*»• tutvllle. Ark HOME DEtlVIBt Mtll In BlytBetllU and towni U) tbi Blytheviil* trad* territory: Dailr ISo pel witk •V VlL PAYABLE IN ADVANCB WltblD SO mllii at Blrtb«lU». ' ilon tb»n so'mlfw ttam ulrtbitlUi THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••§••••••••«•••••••• Last Tim« Today FRANKIE& JOHNNY Elvis Presley WED. • THURS. • FRI. & SAT. 'THE RARE BREED" James Stewart Maureen O'Hara OES Meeting Is Tonight Members of Blytheville Chapter 279, Order of Eastern Star, will hold an initiation tonight | when they meet at the Masonic Temple at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Lovie .Hester, worthy matron, will preside. All members are urged to attend and visiting members are welcome. MOVED ACROSS THE STREET TO 111 WEST MAIN Come See Ut BARBER SHOP A. R. Peek, Mgr. O.K. Kennett Hosts St. Louis Symphony An all - orchestral program of concert staples will be offered next week when the 90-piece St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is presented in concert at Kennett. The concert is sponsored by aiier a visu WUH «ci yan,M», ----- • . Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates, and, club_yojunteers jn grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. COnserVHUUIl, euucmiun, inn* — i arts, home life, international at- the Kennet Arts Council in con- fairs and public affairs while and communities work on cleaner water, better schools, and improved traffic laws and others," stated Mrs. Whittaker. In concluding her explanation of the Federation Mrs. Whittaker listed the achievements in national and international life which GFWC has advocated or helned bring about. . New members welcomed at the meeting were Mrs. Ted King, C. F. Mrs. Ernest Bazar, Mrs. Roe, Mrs. Lee Stiles, junction with the Missouri Arts Council. It will begin at 8 p.m. at Kennett High School gymnasium on Wednesday, April 20. All music will be under the direction of the orchestra's conductor, Eleaiar de Carvalho. The program will include: Overture to "Die Meistersing- er" by Richard Wagner; Symphony No. 5 by Ludwig van Beethoven; 'Petrouchka" suite by I g » T Stravinsky; Encores: Strauss waltzes or Brazilian dances by Maestro Carvalho. Al Iseats wil Ibe $1.75 in advance and $2 at the door. Advance tickets will be on sale at the Bank of Kennett, Cotton Exchange Bank, and the Kennett National Bank. All mail orders should be sent to "Symphony Concert, Box 311, Kennett, Missouri. Conlinuoui Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY WHO IS DOING WHATTOWHO? •MASQUERADE USTMANCOLM «*• MUWTCD ARTISTS COMING SOON TO THE KITZ TU atKAT BACK — All Star Cwt - April Uth OCR MAN FLINT - Jimi Colbura * Ue 1. Cobb TarynHill Has Birthday A party honoring Taryn Kaye Hill on her second birthday was given Thursday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hill. An Easter theme was carried out in party decsrations. The six guests hunted candy eggs and the prize egg was found by Bill Tomlinson, Jr. Game winner was Sherry Lutes, cousin of the honoree. Special guests attending were the honoree's sister and brother, Lisa and Michael Hill, his grandmother, Mrs. Virgil Hill and aunts, Mrs. John Lutes and Mrs. Don Tyrone. Refreshments of cake, ice cream and drinks were served and party favors of Easter baskets, balloons and coloring books were given to each guest. Great Books Schedules Meet Great Books Club will meet Wednesday morning, April 20, at the home of Mrs. C. L. Mc- Water, Jr. Mrs. Jack Hale will lead the discussion of "Democracy in America," by Alexis de Tocqueville from the first course of Great Books. BE SAFE LET US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS FURS AND WOOLENS IN OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry Cleaners FICK-UF * oiuvutx PO 2-2408 Coming Eimts Wednesday Post 481 will meet at Army Reserve Training Center, 7 p.m. Kiwanis Club will meet at Goff Hotel, 12:00. Gospel Meeting With Rev. Robert Petrovich Rev. Petrovich is a former Pastor of this Church and is now in MoLine, 111. 3 NIGHTS ONLY WED. - THURS. - FRI., APRIL 13-14-15 Services Start At 7:30 p.m. Music By Patsey Keller FIRST GRACE CHURCH MARGUERITE & HARRISON BILL STOVALL, PASTOR REVIVAL BEACON BAPIBI CHURCH 20th & Ash Blytheville, Ark. Elmer Hight, Evangelist April 10-17 Services Daily 9:30 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Everyone Welcome R. A. Wiles Pastor DR. CAUDILL A Personal Imitation to Spring Revival Services APRIL 10-17 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 715 WEST WALNUT Dr. R. Paul Caudill, Evangelist Pastor, First Baptist Church; Memphis Mr. far/ HoHoway, Music Director Morning Services 7:15 (Tues. thru Fri.) Evening Services 7:30 (Mon. thru Sat.) Sunday — 10:50 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. Nursery Open For All Services Mothlnt Serrtce will be BnidcMt om KU3N

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