The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1967 · Page 4
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,Pige four - Blyfhevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, November T, 19tT_ Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Saddlers Have Meeting Saturday Chiekasaw Saddlers held, their November meeting and workshop, Saturday night at the Dogwood Clubhouse. David Craig, vice - president, presided over the business meeting. The Bill James family was accepted as new members. Mrs Martha Rose Dangar is! Activities planned for lhe end patient in the Methodist Hos-lof the year included participa- pital in Memphis where she! lion in a cattle drive and an underwent surgery Saturday ! annual Christmas party. jBits of News I moitly per6t>nat " morning. She is in Room T-118 and her condition is satisfac- Mrs. Leon Franks During the workshop period, ,., s ,„„ ,„„. ..-- members worked on decorative Katie Caldvvcll in N o w b o r n, j items to be used when the club Tonn., Monday, were Paul rides in the Christmas Parade, lory. Those from Blytheville attending the funeral services of Mrs. A seasonal reaindg "Thanksgiving Argument" was read by Burks and Ann Nance. Nov. 28 Riding costumes were discussed and chosen in Ihe club colors of turquoise, black and silver. Hosts, Richard Llewellyn and David Craig served refresh- Miss Cynthia Kaye Walker Miss Walker Engaged To Charles Allen Burke Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Walker of Anderson Ind. announce ttie engagement, of their daughter, Cynthia Kaye, to Corpsman Charles Allen Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Burke, also of Anderson. • Miss Walter is the great- granddaughter of Mrs. Henry Yourr: and ihe late Mr. Young orBlytheville, and the grand- Cub Boy, ttxplorer SCOUT NEWS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker of Mayfield Ky., formerly of Blytheville. The bride-elect is a student at Apex Beauty College in Anderson. Mr. Burke is a hospital corpsman in the United States Navy. A wedding dale will be announced later. W.M.S. Has Meeting Tlie Woman's Missionary So- riienls of iced drinks and as- ciely of New Liberty Baptist! sorted party foods, to the mem- Church held an all-day meeting | bers and the guest, Miss Conat the church Tuesday, Nov. 6. nie Miller of West Memphis. The morning session was de- A com icopia filled with fall voted to observing Baptist Wo-1 f ruit cen t c red the serving ta- men's Day of Prayer. The pro- j|,j e gram was presented by Mrs. Ira Koonce, prayer chairman, who was assisted by Mrs. Clexton Eubanks, Mrs. R. D. Nash, Mrs. Charles Lules, Mrs. W. A. Nash and Mrs. J. L. Fondren. Al noon, a covered dish lunch, eon was served and the Society "Missionaries Among Animists in. the Caribbean" was held in the afternoon. Call to prayer was brought by Mrs. Charley Lutes and open ing prayer was led by Mrs. J Leaflets on the Chiekasaw Horse was distributed to t h e members. The next meeting will be Dec. 2, at which lime a film entitled "Use and Quarlerhorses" will be shown. L. Fondren. Mrs, Wyatt Is Honored PLACES, EVERYONE — Director Fran-'- Mw:'?on, foreground, coaches players during rehearsals last nig.it for the Blytheville Very Little Theatre's production of "Dirty Work at the Crossroads," scheduled for 8 p.m. Nov. 16, 17 and 18 in the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park. The audience will be seated at tables, which may be reserved at $1.25 per person, with refreshments \rir.". ;o''l <!urh? Ihs performance. Reservations may be mE'Je by ca. ing PC.lar 3-8421. 3-6416 or 3-1826. According to Norcicen, much work has been put into adapting the building for the production. (Courier News Photo) Newcomers Club Meets Friday for Luncheon Blytheville Newcomers Club met'Friday, Nov. 3, at the Holiday Inn Coach Room for their regular monthly luncheon meeting. President Nona Jones welcomed 23 members and gusts. and Bruce Draper. Mrs. Don Barnes and Mrs. Tnanksgiving and harv est dec- • f nndren. Jolly Leggetl entertained in Mrs were displayed on the Scripture reading was brought Leggett's home Nov. 3, honor- |»^ tlons « ete QIS P"y LU by Mrs. Adcr Black. ling a recent bride, Mrs. Bill latlleSl . . Mrs. Jim Burks introduced | Wyatt, the former Miss Sharon During lhe business meeting, mi— i-i.: ti . , ^ . .,—,_._.. _ r committee chairmen were an and Bruce Draper. ' the program. Those taking part I jacqelyn Gaincs. daughter of committee chairmen were an Assistanl denner stripes went; on t|]( , m were . M rs. > M r and Mrs. R. V. Gaines of Bounced. They arc: welcoming, lo Sieve Gowen, Rex Dickcrson, Val|d Brolhers Mrs J erry i Ha lf Moon I Ruth Gregg; decorations, Peggy Dennis Goodman, Alan Alford, „,,.:„,,, .,,. ,„,„,, »«,.. p : „ . . ,. ., I Shnnlt- srranbook. Helen Ed- Cub Scout Pack 223 h Halloween party recently American Legion Hut. i Dennis Goodman, Alan Alford, 'Allen Robbins, Glen Payne and Hugh Whalley. Artist Activity pins went to , i n e '•• Frankie Hagen, Dennis Goodman, Johnny Glasscock, Hunter vauci liroineia, ivus. <i ui » y ,nait moon imm u Wright, Mrs. Lutes, Mrs. R. j Co-hostesses were Mrs. Claud! sl ™ k ; i-\ xt««U firti.r- irntij-li*nii !\/Ti*e? • — . _ . . _. «,arnc* D. Nash, Mrs. Fondren, Mrs. Eubanks and Mrs. W. A. Nast s -! Duncan and Mrs. Earnest Sig- min. closing meditation and prayer Special gllcsts were Mrs R Were , ed by Ml . s Bl ,rks. Pro- v . Gaines, mother of the bride, .„,.... -, „. . .- ... g ram ™s closed with group , am f Mrs."'oYfie" Gaines, "grand- i r rowen cubmaster wel- j Williams and Richard Collier, j singing of hymn "Brealhe on' , ,, .' f . m ;u: 0 - i,, the New bo y s coming into the Me" corned all new lamilhes m te | ^ ^ ^ ^ Me. ^ ^ ^.^ ^^ P acK ' , , , „ „,„,'Eddie Pratl. David Cain, David ivhich followed, it was decided Billy Meharg led the ™«g e jWj n.j amS] H unt Williams, Billy jlo send an offering to the Ar- Of Allegiance. ; Myers and Kevin Kersnick. ikansas Baptist Children's Home The scouts came in home- j Ngw b com [ ng in(o c u b | j n Monticello and also lo fill a made costumes and a costume . - . _ mother of the bride. The entertaining rooms were decorated with fall flowers. Gifts were displayed on a table covered with pink cloth overlaid with lace. ad a costume i Scouts were Bruce D ,. a per, Rex 'as held WlIIl r,ipl/»rcnn Tnm, Millc onH rio- Dickerson, Tony Mills and Davjd simcr judging contest prizes for the best costumes. In the Cub Scout c o n te s 11 A[ler lhe awards were gjvcn _ Johnny Glasscock won. Steve | gamcs were played and prizes Olson won in lhe boys division were gjven ( | 1G BI . OUD and Sandra Draper won in the girls division. Judges were John Decalogue, Carlton Robbins, and Nelson Cox. J. C. Gowen. assisted by Web- loes leader. Royce Alford. Carl! Mrs. Hubbard Hosts Club prizes were won by Mrs. Bud , M| . g c ^^ Mfs sion study chairman, announced ; R ** Gaincs and M rs. Don that the book, "Africa - Arrows to Atoms" mil be taught [he last week in November. Thanksgiving basket for some- as a community mission wards; door prize. Mary Sandow, telephone, Virginia Littrell; bridge, JoAnn Barlow and publicity, Judy Pullum. Following lhe business meeting, Oza Roberts, from t h e Lea'chviite Extension Homemakers, gave a program and display on making Christmas decorations. Guesls welcomed were Car- All new residents of Blytheville are invited to visit the club. Further information may be obtained concerning the club by ailing PO 3-636S or PO 3-0557. The next meeting will be Dec. Birthdays Celebrated Cheryl Solvold celebrated her seventh birthday and Christine Solvold celebrated her 10th birthday with a party Saturday at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty guests attended and i O 'ame winners were Terri Pop- j ham and Lisa Birch. Christine and Cheryl are the daughters of Maj. and Mrs Mrs. Tommy Carney of New- olyn Ellis, Willouise Ross, Key ' P r °J ect ' . Mrs Clexton Eubanks, m.s-| , port, was in charge of t h e i Caffey, Vivian 'nicker, Nancy games. j Curtis, Pat McGrain and Fran Barnes. For the occasion, Mrs. Wyatt ,. , ,. , ,. . . .wore a fall two - piece plaid Next meeting of the society , sujt wil|] orangc acccn[ shc was presented an orange cry- will be Nov. 21 in the home of Mrs. Reva Lloyd. . Jim Kennett of Leach- 10CS leiiuei. nu.vn." ruiu.", ~—- r Hagen, Nelson Cox. John Brown ; ville was guest when Chapter and Den Chief Curtis Collier,; D of PEO met in the home of held a Bobcat ceremony. Those ; Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., Oct. receiving Bobcat pins were Rob- n for a luncheon ert Kirksey. Robert M u s s e r, | Twenty - three members were i John Owen and Loyd Smith. I present. Receiving a Wolf Badge was | Mrs K cnne [[ reported on Ihe Shannon Cox. 'Supreme Chapter Convention Gold Arrow points under lhe hc | d jn Seallle| wash., last Wolf Badge went lo G'en Payne May and Johnny Decalogue. _ _ j Mrs _ A| Lcach read g p| . ayer for peace from Ihe "Record," the P.EO magazine i The serving table was centered with a vegetable platler. Mrs. Lloyd Godley was co- liostess The next meeting will be Oct. 25 at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. James C. Guard with Mrs. Jim Ross as co-hostess Chapter N Has Meeting Mrs. June Kennett and Mrs. Gladys Hietl, both of Lcach- ville, were Ihe guesls of Chapter N. of PEO when the club ! pattern, met in the home of Mrs Nick Rose, Nov. 3. Mrs. C. E. Crigger If I was co-hostess Mrs. Kennett reported on the sanlhemiim with orange and brown ribbon. After the gifts were opened, the hostesses served refreshments to the approximately 40 guests attending. The hostesses' gift to Mrs. Wyatt was china in her chosen Pike. The Newcomers Club recently gave a Halloween rartv tor the patients at Parkview Manor Nursing Home. A musical program was given. The club gave the Home a large basket of fruit. Newcomers Club meets the frist Friday of each month for a luncheon. Bridge and Coming Events Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Broadmoor Garden Club Band Parents, 7:30 p.m., Band Building Yarbro Baptist D.M.U., 7:30 p.m. Eastside Garden Club Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter, Sigma Phi. Lone-Oak E. H. Club. Airmen's Wives Club, p.m., Service Club Wednesday Town and Country E.H. Club Armorel W.M.U., 7:30 p:m. Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Dell P.T.A., 3 p.m. Beta 7:30 Ralph Solvold of Air Force Base. Blylheville E.H.C. Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension | Homemakcrs Club will meet Wednesday for their regular luncheon meeting in the home of Mrs. Nora Lawson at 401 Stemac Drive. For a good sauce to servo , with boiled beef, add horseradish ista groups| (o a savory W hite sauce. Mate! meet the second Friday of each t( ]e sauce with half milk, half month. beef bouillon. DON'T NEGLECT A SORE THROAT Even a minor sore throat can be extremely dangerous to a child if neglected. It mls-M '« one of the early symptoms of rheumatic fever and this disease causes more deaths than polio did before Dr. Salk. The cause of rheumatic fever is the slrejito eocciis germ which can he easily identified by : your physician. The diagnosis must be as soon as possible. Beginning symptoms are the innocent looking minor sore throat, a feeling of fatigue and mild joint pains. Don't wait for the severe sla?cs when the sore throat develops with a high fever sore neck- glands, red and swollen joints. I>y this lime irreparable damage may have been done to the heart. YCUK DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly iv:tli- out extra charge. A great many people entrust us w:ih Ihcir prescriptions. May we compound and dispense yours? Phone ru 3-1507 WALGREEN AGENCY , PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER PI Drugs ard Collier, Johnny Mark Overman, Chris Davis NEWS OF THE Brownie Troop 189 took birthday cakes and Halloween pump- • kins filled with candies to i Parkview Manor Nursing Home : on Oct. 23 The girls sang "Three Little Witches," "Brownie Smile Song" and "Happy Birthday." Mrs. Doris Rushing was in charge of the group in the absence of lhe leader, Mrs. Louise Dennis Mrs. Vadar Dabbs is the assistant leader Brownie Troop 189 went to the 7-Up bottling plant on Oct. 30 They saw how the drinks were bottled and each girl received a gift. Attending were Mrs. Louise Dennis, Mrs. Vadar Dabbs and Mrs. Doris Rushing, as chaperones. Brownies attending were Jane Carson, Janean Dabbs, Monlque Davis, Diann Dennis, Brenda Hinson, Kathy Howerton, Suzanne Ivey; Lynne Johnson, Karla Kelly, Melinda Millican, Sharron Morris, Allyson Noel, Deborah Rapert, Cathy Rushing, Max Ann Sherwood, Marsha Read, Gaye Godley and Beth Carpenter. Book Club Will Meet Supreme Chapter Convention that was held in Seattle, Wash, in September. The next meeting will be Nov. 17 at Blytheville Counlry Club. The Great Book Club will! meet Wednesday, Nov. 8, at Your Friend/y Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "THE BOBO" With I'cter Sellers WED. «THURS. •FRI. And • SAT. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (GA) KlWll Tuesday and Wednesday _ Continous Showing From 1 p.m. Admission To 4 p.m. 75c & 35c Admission From 4 p.m. Ode & 35c COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ IT COMES UP MURDER — With Susan Hayward & Hex Harrison ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO - With Dean Martin A Jean Simmons WATERHOLE NO. t — With JamM Cohurn & Joan Blondell Why not call •long Distance? vlt's the next best thin'g to ,bejng there.- . Southwestern

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