The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1966 · Page 4
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April 19, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Far » Blythevfflt (Ark.) Courier N«w« - Tuetday, AprB It, H6J _ — Society News — Glenna Umbert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 DATE SET A 2 o'clock ceremony in First Baptist Church on June 26 will unite in marriage Miss Betty Carol Burks and James M. Garrett, Jr., both of Blytheville. Miss Betty Carol Burks To Become Bride In -Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Burks of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Carol, to James M. Garrelt, Jr. • : Mr. Garrett is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Garrett of Six Mile, S. C. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Garrett of^Six Mile and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cook of Norris, S. C. Me bride-elect is the grand- Mrs. Scott Reelected 31rs. F. E. Scott of Blytheville has been reelected secretary of 'he North Arkansas Conference of Woman's, Society of Christian Service at their 26th annual meeting held last week at the First Methodist Church in Searcy. -.'Others representing First Methodist of Blytheville were Mrs. Loyd Whittaker, Mrs. Alfred Williams and Mrs. Hildred Bunch. Seniors Honored At Dinner-Dance L 7 Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards, assisted by Mf. and Mrs. Glen Cook of Dell, entertained their son and daughter, Dick Edwards and Leslie Ann Cook, ^yith a formal dinner dance Friday evening at the Country Club. -Among the 75 guests attending were members of the Dell senior class, their guests and sponsors. u-The serving table was centered with a crystal and silver bowl fiiled with tulips, jonquils, Dutch iris and lilacs and flanked by yellow tapers in silver holders. ';The individual tables held similar flower arrangements prepared by their aunt, Mrs. Rupert Crafton. .'.Dancing was to the music of the Formations of Osceola. '. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Wingleild Pennington, class sponsor, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. daughter of Mrs. 1. W. Burks and the late Mr, Burks and Mrs. R. J. Cole and the late Mr. Cole, all of Blytheville. Miss Burks was graduated from Blytheville High School. She now attends Arkansas State College where she is majoring in music. She is a member of the Arkansas State Concert Choir and the Choral Union. She also is a member and past worthy advisor of the Order of Rainbow for girls. Mr. Garrett is a graduate of D. W. Daniel High School of Central, S.C. He served four years in the Air Force. The prospective groom is now employed by S. H. Kress and Co. The wedding will be solemnized June 26 at 2 o'clock in the First Baptist Church. Miss Johnson Is State Winner In Art Contest A Blytheville High School senior has been named a state winner in the General Federation of Women's Clubs Hallmark Art Talent Contest. Carolyn Sue Johnson of 301 Hardin received the honor from the Arkansas Federation and is eligible to compete for scholarships in the national contest. The painting will be exhibited along with other state winners at the GFWC headquarters in Washington, D. C., and at the Federation's national convention in Chicago in June. Miss Johnson's polymer painting depicts the artist's impression of "if we plant the seeds of peace, scarcely can we yield a field of blood." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Johnson. Bridge League Winners Told Results of Saturday's games have been announced by Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League. First place was won by Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Tieing for second, third and fourth places were Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Engagement Tea Honors Miss Callis An announcement lea was given Saturday at the home of Mrs. T. L. Stanford in Luxora, in honor of Miss Lalla Ann Callis who will marry Robert Kapp of Blytheville on July 10. The decorations carried out a theme of their meeting and continued in three steps to the table which had the announcement in a parchment scroll in silver letters, "Lalla Ann-Robert, July 10." The first part of this theme | was a decorated book whose pages read "Lalla Ann Meets Robert in High School." M i s s Betty Bowen Thompson presided at the guest register. In the center of this table was an arrangement ot white and purple asters with a boy and girl graduate under a glass dome. In the living was the second step of the them e. Flowers, white daisies and baby breath, were arranged in a park scene. The dining room featured two arrangements, one was a bowl of green and white asters centered with a bride and surrounded with white candles, and the other was the table centerpiece, an arrangement of white and pink stock topped with a parchment plaque. On either side were green candles in silver candelabra topped with lovebirds. Assorted party foods were served during the afternoon with Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, Miss Sandra Thweatt, Mrs. Randall Nichols and Mrs. George Stanford serving the punch. For the occasion, Miss Callis wore a dress of white cotton lace over blue taffeta and was presented a blue cymbidium orchid. Mrs. Tom Callis, mother of the honoree, chose a pink imported linen trimmed in pink satin and was presented a pink orchid corsage. Mrs. C. W. Kapp, mother of the groom, wore a champagne and yellow costume suit. She received a yellow orchid corsage. More than 100 guests called between 2 and 5 o'clock. They were from Little Rock, Hughes, Blytheville, Manila, Osceola, Burdette, Memphis and West Memphis. The hostess' gift to Miss Callis was a fooled silver tray. Drop-lit Compliments Miss Moore Another iii * series of prenuptial parties honoring Miss Sandra Elaine Moore, bride elect of Jimmy Johnson, was given Saturday morning at the home of Mrs. Boyce Moore. Hostesses for the drop-in coffee were Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. J .P. Garrott and Mrs. Moore. The serving table overlaid with lace and linen cloth held a centerpiece of tulips, jo quils and other spring flowers. Mrs. Randall Hawks, aunt of the honoree, presided at the silver coffee service. Spring flowers were used in decorating throughout the home. Miss Moore greeted guests wearing a Kelly green silk sheath complemented by a yellow corsage presented by her hostesses. Special guests were the hon. oree's mother, Mrs. Forrest Moore, and her grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Ivy Seay. Presiding at the guest book was Mrs. Jerry Strickland. Hostesses' gift to Miss Moore was a silver covered vegetable dish. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Condon Bush of Eau Claire, Wise., and Mrs. Jerry Strickland, daughter of Mrs. Boyce Moore. Miss Moore will be married June 4 in First Baptist Church. Guests Attend WMU Meeting Woman's Missionary Union of Armorel Baptist Church welcomed two guests, Miss Yvonne White and Mrs. Hugh Clayton, mother of the church pastor, Rev. W. J. Clayton, when they met last week at the church. Eleven members were present. A Royal Service program, Zeto Chapter Holds Meeting In Osceola Zeta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, held its regular meeting recently in Osceola at the West Elementary School with Osceola members of the organization serving as hostesses. Mrs. Bess Grigsby served as chairman. Program theme was "Creativity Through Music." Ronald Inzer, band director of Osceola High School, gave a demonstration on the development of a theme in a musical production. Following the demonstration, Mr. Inzer led the band in a short musical program. Mrs. Billie Joe Hefner gave the inspirational thought. After the program a social hour was held with party foods being served from a table decorated with spring flowers. Mrs. Lillian Hart presided over the business meeting. The meeting closed with mem bers repeating the club collect. "New Foreign Mission Fields," were presented by Mrs. Jack prayer calendar. Mrs. Marion Dyer, president, presided. Prayer was led by Mrs. Claude White. Mrs. James Thomas gave the treasurer's report. Others participating were Mrs N. C. Patterson, Mrs. Kenneth Bassett, Mrs. W. J. Clayton, Mrs. Frank Coats, Mrs. Weidon McCann and Mrs. Virginia Faught. Mrs. Robert Gray closed the meeting with prayer. Thompson, Jerry Gladden and! Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Randle and Ronald Boggs. ilGuests were from Dell, Manila, Jonesboro, Blytheville, Memphis. Luxora, Little Rock a'nd Fayetteville. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Regular games will be played on Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon this week. Under New Management Golf Hotel Mrs. Bonnie Coggin We are happy to announce that we have purchased the Goff Hotel and we will remain serving the finest food and service possible. We also have the facilities for private parties and banquets. Mrs. Cojrgin would liki to invite all her friends to com* in and experience our fine food and service. INTRODUCING Jim Ziclinzki We, at Bob Sullivan, would like to take this opportunity to introduce Jim Zielinzki to the public. Jim is starting out in the Auto Sales Field and during his training period he will, with the assistance of our sales manager, be able to offer you the very best of deals on a new '66 Chevrolet or one of our OK Used Cars. Come in and get acquainted with Jim and the all new '66 Chevrolet. Bob Sullivan CHEVROLET - CADILLAC CO. 301 W. Walnut Ph. PO 3-4578 Club 28 Entertained Spring flowers created the setting of Blytheville Country Club Thursday evening when Club 28 members and guests were entertained at their monthly dance. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworlh. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. Among guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horner, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Banks; Mr. an dMrs. Rupert Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wnitley, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Germaine; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Councille, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Vernis Haag and Mrs. John Caudill. Music was provided by Bob McCoy and Ryall tune. Churchwomen Appoint Delegates Delegates were appointed to attend the convention of Episcopal Churchwomen to be held in Fort Smith, April 27-29, at yesterday's meeting of Women of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. In charge of the program, a book review of "A Gift from the Sea," was Mrs. David Hubbs who used shells in illustrating various parts of the book. Bits of News ojtlif ptr&onai Visiting Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen over the weekend were her granddaughter, 'Mrs. Stanley Cook, Mr. Cook and daughter of Pine Bluff. John Stickmon and a guest, Miss Leta McCormick of Wynne, returned to the University of Arkansas Sunday after having spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Weekend guests of Mrs. J. F. Smith were her sons, Marion Smith of Houston, and Charles Smith, Mrs. Smith and children of Miami; a daughter, Mrs. Sam Sikes. and Mr. Sikes of Humboldt, and a son-in-law, Frank Wilkes of Caruthersville. NEWS OF THE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHiiiiiiiiiniNiiniiiiiinniiiiiiiiniuiiw Brownie Troop 29 and Junior Girl Scout Troop 65 united Friday in a clean-up campaign of the Little House grounds in Walker Park. Armed with rakes, they cleaned the yard of debris and then planted marigolds in a trefoil shaped flower bed. Afterwards, they were treated to refreshments prepared over a campfire under the supervision of leaders Mrs. Charles A discussion was held on hon- i Coalter] Mrs. Julian Walker and oring high school graduates and Mrs Leland Wells • work on the church bazaar. lowing the meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mrs. William Dugard and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. The next meeting will be a covered dish luncheon. PTA Reports Blytheville Junior High School PTA will meet at 3 o'clock County WMU Meets Thursday Rev, Alvis Carpenter will be the featured speaker on (he program when Woman's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association meets Thursday at Gosnell Baptist Church. Rev. Carpenter is pastor of First Baptist Church of Blytheville. Conferences will be-conducted today at' the"BlythevUle" Highjl'y dir ,f ctors ™ d counselors dur- Schcil auditorium ">« the meetl "S whlch be S' ns l Girl Scout Troop 161 will pre- at 10 a - n ): A meeting of the executive board and a pastor's conference will also be held. Coming Events Wednesday Great Books Club will meet with Mrs. C. L. McWa' -rs, Jr., at 9:30 a.m. Officers Duplicate B r i d - e League will meet at 7 p.m. at the Officers Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Capt. J. Lesieutre at LE 25718 or Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LF 2-5928. Post 481 will meet at the Army Reserve Training Center at 7 o'clock. Kiwanis Club meets at Goff Hotel, 12:00. Central PTA will meet at o'clock in the school cafetorium. 97th ARS 'Vives Club will meet. Boy Scout Troop 105 will meet at 7:20 in First Baptist Church. Down One Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. Harry Churchwell. Thursday Town and Country EH Club will hold workshop in Hardesty Building at 10 o'clock. Members are requested to bring sack lunch. Duplicate 3ridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. Gay Season Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Jlmm Earls. Mrs. W. L. Horner will entertain Mid Week Club. Culbertson EH Club will meet. Town and Country EH Club will meet. Women of BAFB Chapel will meet in the chapel annex. Flat Lake EH Clur will meet. Woodmen of World will meet at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Building. ^Sale Evil Choose CREAM, ROLL-ON OR STICK 50c each Reg. $1.00 And for the first time... TUSSYSPRAY DEODORANT —perfect for the whole family 75% more free! Bonus 7 oz. size SALE $1.00 Tussy*s continuous action protection 'lasts on and on and OIL PLAZA DRUGS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — DOUBLE FEATURE "TOM JONES"—Albert Finney & Susanna York "FANNY HILL" — Letitia Roman 7:15 — 9:00 sent the opening flag ceremony to be followed by the devotional brought by the Junior High Choir. Mrs. Elbert Johnson will give the president's message. The program, "Cultured Art," will be a concert presented by the Blytheville Junior High Band under the direction of Bob Lipseomb and Don Jones. New officers will also be elected. All parents are urged to attend MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "MOMENT TO MOMENT" Jean Seberg-Sean Garrison Wed.,Thurs.,Fri. "OUR. . IS/IBM' -RiNiT' IHISCOBURN-LFEI.COBB run miiw.fnwiPn Mill HAfil PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED Al 6ECOITD HL.1SS MAIt BLYTHEVILLE ARK Blytherille charter Newt ZIP - 72316 HUTT W. Balnet publifhei 3rd at Walnut SU. Bijthrvlllt Ark. PublUhed dan? eicept Sunday Second class postage paid at Bly- tHertlle. Ark HOME DELIVER? RATES In Blytheville and towns In the BlytbevUH trad« territory: Dally ... 3Sc per wtrt 8V MAIL PATABLE IN ADVANCK Wltnia 50 miles of Blytnetlllt 18.00 per year wore tnan 50 miles fiora Blythe7ll> ELIAS Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 LAST TIME TODAY "STUFF A WILD BIKINI" "SGT. DEADHEAD" Wed.&Thurs. Carload For $1.00 TOM TRYON HARVE PRESNELL SENTA BERGER MICHAEL ANDERSON, JR. GENERAL MACHINE WORK & WELDING • TOOL AND DIE WORK e HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway Manufacturing and Machine Workt PO 2-2911 WED. ft THUR. ft FRI. Double Feature ///"• A DT/^/'Mk.l First Feature Starts At 7:15 p.m. THIS IS THE—1 JL, Second Feature 'CARTOON CARNIVAL" iil QUQVADIS r.TECHNICOLOR' | Starts At 9:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ADMISSION: Adults $1.25; ChJFdren .75 Tony Curtis JackLemmon Natalie Wood TheGreatRace" Tht <3r««t Pie FfQhl».The Wad Automobile Race..Tht Western Salc6n Brawl...The Sheik's Tent,.Th« Devilish DM8ieyel»..,Th» Fiend's Dunfieon.. .The Sinking IcsbarO... Some of !h* g«rr.s in The greatest comedy o£ all time! COMING SOON TO THE RITZ OCR HAN FUMT - JMM Colburn & Let 1. Col* MADE IN PAWS — Ann-M«r«ret THOSE GALLOWAYS - Bryan Keith and Vert Milci TROUBLE WITH ANGELS - Ha) Icy Nllli

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