The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1967 · Page 4
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figs Four - BlylhcviUe (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, Nwembw I», « GIRL OF THE MONTH - iMiss Carol McFate has been •Selected Future Homemakers Sciirl of the Month for October. She is the daughter of Mr. and ijlrs. Billy McFate. Carol is •a senior at Blytheville High JSchoal and a member of the ^Future Teachers of America rand Future Business Leaders :of America. • I Mrs. Razer | Is Honored g Mrs. T. C. Razer was honored with a layette shower recently jjj the home of Mrs. Hardy — Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Brogdon-Hubbs Vows Exchanged Recently ~'Hostesses were Mrs. Gray, Miss Holly Gay Gray, Mrs. Le- jind Riddell, Mrs. Milton Snow, Sirs. Dean Hodges, Mrs. Ev- ifett Eubanks and Mrs. Wayne fewis. *!Mrs. Razer was presented a jyhite carnation novelty corsage. SFor the occasion, she wore a; navy blue wool dress, with thatching accessories. ^Refreshments of cake and pjmch were served from a table covered with a beige lace Moth and centered with fresh fill flowers. •; Gifts were displayed in a bas- fjnet decorated with pastel net. & stork was placed by the bassinet. 5 Games were played and winners were Mrs. Leonard Cock- rtll and Mrs. Finis Hardy. ••Approximately 26 guests attended. The marriage of Alice Estelle Brogdon and David D. Hubbs III, son of Mr. and Mrs. David D. Hubbs Jr., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Brogdon. The wedding was solemnized Saturday afternoon, Oct. 28, in the parlor of the First Christian Church. Rev. Ira A. Kirk, pastor, performed the rites at 2 p.m. Only members of the immediate families were present for the cermony. Vows were exchanged before an improvised altar of prie-dieu and brass candelabra holding white tapers. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by Miss Irene Crowder. Mr. Hubbs' brother, Jonathan Hubbs of Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., served him as best man. For the ceremony, the bride selected a melon costume suit. A white orchid and black accessories completed her ensemble. ;cub. BO;. Explorer i SCOUT ! NEWS gThere will be an organization- SI meeting of a new Cub Scout jack at Franklin School tonight at 7:30 p.m. SAU parents and boys in the third grade of 8, 9 or 10 years did who are interested in Cub Scouts, have been invited to at- fend. sFloyd White will be in charge of the meeting. 1LUTRICIA Is Now With Martha Rose Beauty Shop For Appt. Call PO 3-0550 Her attendant wore a beige knit dres? accented by a corsage of rosebuds. Her accessories were in black. A reception : immediately followed the ceremony. Wedding cake and punch were served from a refreshment table overlaid with a white cutwork cloth and centered with a bridal arrangement of white chrysanthemums in an antique cut glass; bowl. It was presided over by the bride's grandmothers,- Mrs. William A. Branton of Greenville; Miss., and Mrs. John C. McHaney. Following a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Hubbs are now residing in St. Charles, Mo., where Mr. Hubbs is employed with McDonald Aircraft Company. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Branton of Greenville, Lewis Morris of Houston, Tex., uncle of the bridegroom, and Ben F. Brogdon HI of' Monette, brother of the bride. Wilson Cooperative Club Holds Meeting Recently The Wilson Cooperative Club met Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1, at the Wilson Club House. Mrs. Joe Brown Gwyn, prei- dent, announced two decisions by the club membership that will be of interest to the community. One of these was the plan to sponsor a kindergarten for 4 and 5 - year - old children in this area. This kindergarten will be held at the Club House from 8 to 11:30 a.m and will begin in January or September of next year. Complete plans will be announced at a later date. The members also plan a bake sale to be held at the Club House at 1 p.m on Nov. 21, the day before Thanksgiving. Club members also set the night.of Monday, Dec. 11, as the time for their annual Christmas dinner-dance.. Following the business session members were shown a i display of holiday decorations 'prepared by Cade and Haskett Florists of West Memphis. Mrs. Amelda Haskett and Mrs Bertha Cole gave decorating tips and presented a program showing various holiday displays and arrangements showing the year-round versatility of some of their designs. One of the arrangements was given as a door prize and was won by Mrs. Blanche Greenwell of Wilson. Pie and coffee were . served by the hostesses from a table centered with one of the Cade and Haskett fall decarotions which could be converted to a Christmas display with the ad- iition of a prepared poinsettia arrangement. Hostesses were Mrs. Jerry Cullom, chairman, Mrs. John C. Ballon, Mrs. W B Burkett, A. L Greenwell. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA TUES. Up the Down I Staircase" K K Starring Stndy Dennis i'Academy Award Winner Town and Country Extension Club held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Nora Lawson with 18 members present. Following lunch, the meeting opened with group singing. Mrs. Weldon McCann gave a Thanksgiving devotional. Mrs. Lizzie Carnell showed handmade frosted fruit as an eye-opener. Other eye-openers were hose shown by Mrs. Mary Alice Schmaltz, Mrs. Drew Hughey and Mrs. A. D. Priest. Mrs. Schmaltz displayed glass blown fruit from Okinawa, Mrs. Hughey showed hand - made knitted house shoes and an apron, and Mrs. Priest showed a handmade wool suit. Mrs. Hughey gave an demonstration on accessories. A Christmas party was planned for Dec. 14. Officers elected for the coming year were Mrs. Tanna Richardson, president; Mrs. C. C. Elliot, vice - president; Mrs. Jerry Hearn, secretary; and Mrs. R. L. Atkisson, treasurer. iits of Newsf toilly ptrionat j ^inimiiiimminininiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiP Mr. and Mrs Louis Pinion had as their guest over the weekend, Mrs. and Mrs. M. E. Stephens of Lenoir City, Tenn. Mrs. Pinion and Mrs. Stephens are sisters. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and Mrs. P. D. Foster Jr. and children, John and Karen, recently were the over-night guests of Mrs. C. C. Lee in Dyersburg, Tenn. They went especially to visit their aunt, Mrs. Walter Hart, who is a patient in a hospital in Ripley. Dr. and Mrs. Brown Rodgers recently moved from Gulfport, Miss., to 1047 Chickasawba. They are the neice and nephew of Mrs. Alma Armstrong of Blytheville. Miss Jo Ella Todd of Dell was one of 18 members of the Keynotes Club initiated into Sigma Alpha Iota, a national honorary music sorority at Arkansas State University.. Everett Smith of Jonesboro and Linda Varnell of Huff, have been assigned to practice teach at Blytheville School, and Milbourn Roberts of Paragould will practice teach at Gosnell; All are students at Arkansas State University. Miss Peggy Aycock of Blytheville, has been elected secretary treasurer for the Arkansas State University square dance club, the ASU Promenaders. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker of Greenfield, 111., returned home after a three-day visit with Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. Mrs. Walker is the grandniece of Dr. Carl Nies. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Holcomb announce the birth of a son, born Friday, Nov. 3, at Doctors Hospital. He has been named Hunter Elaine. They are the parents of two other children, Kay and Kim. IN FESTIVAL - Miss Karen Bals, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Ivan Bals, was selected to play in the Piano Festival Honor Program in Hot Springs Nov. 4. She played in the senior division as sponsored by the Arkansas State Music Teacher Association. She is a student of Sister M. Dolores. D. A. R. Meets Tuesday Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Nov. 7 at the Blytheville County Club for a luncheon. Hostesses were Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Mrs. Dan Caldwell and Mrs. Oliver Coppedge Jr. Regent, Miss Martha Farrell, presided over the business meeting and led the opening ritual. Mrs. Herbert Shippen of Osceola, was a guest. Mrs.' Graham Partlow and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry reported on the Shawnee District meeting which they attended. Mrs. Richard Reid was nominated as the outstanding junior member. Miss Elizabeth Halstead gave the president's message. A program on national defense was given by Mrs. Loyd Whittaker. Mrs. Partlow presented the Xi Xi Chapter Meets Tuesday for Regular Meeting Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. W. J. Cupples. The meeting opened with members repeating in unison the opening ritual. Mrs. David Miles was given a leave - of - absence, and Mrs. Joe Osipuk and Mrs. Roy Calvin were given member-at large status. Mrs. K. L. Hubener was elected vice - president to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. Calvin. Mrs. Jimmy Edwards volunteered to have the next meeting in her home Dec. 5. Members were reminded that secret sisters' names will be revaaled at this meeting and gifts exchanged. Drawing for new secret sisters will be held at the Dec. 5 meeting. Discussions were held con- W.M.U.HQS Meeting The Women's Missionary Un- Mrs. Sandow Hosts Club Down One Bridge Club played Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Tracy Sandow. Mrs. Jack Rinehart won high, Mrs. Pete Hughes won second and Mrs. Kenneth Swan won third. Mrs. Harry Churchwell will be hostess for the next meeting. Dance Is Saturday The Variety Club will hold their monthly dance, Saturday night at the Women's Sxhibit Building at Walker Park. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie, Goff and I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Klene. | _ | Officers will be installed at the Christmas party. The next meeting will be a Baptist Church met Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the church with. 11 members ent. Mrs. Guin Renshaw, president presided over the meeting. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Frank Coats. Plans-were made to visit the nursing home during Thanksgiving week. The W.M.U. hymn was sung by the group after which the watchword was, .repeated. Mrs. Preston Lawrence read the prayer calendar and Mrs, N. C. Patterson led in special prayer for missionaries who are celebrating birthdays this week. Mrs. .Robert Lawrence h.ad charge of the Royal Service program "Missionaries Among Animists in the Carribean." Those assisting on the pn> gram were Mrs. Andrew Rich ardson, Mrs. James Thomas, program which was an inter- Mrs c. c. Elliott and Mrs. Ken- view with her great - grandfather, Capt. Charles Clay Bowen. It had appeared in the Blytheville paper in, 1917. Mr. Bowen was an early settler of Osceola and was a sheriff and judge there. neth Basset. Delicious topping for rice pudding; a cup of broken pecans gently cooked in. a (juarter-cup of butter until golden' brown. workshop meeting in the clubhouse, Nov. 15. EVERY DAY • • SALE DAY AT .MARTS SHOE STORE Day Shopping Center—-Ph. PO 3-0151 WHERE YOU ALWAYS SavS UP TO 60% ON NAME BRAND SHOES LATEST STYLES, COLORS AND MATERIALS COME IN AND BROWSE Om Specialty - Hard-to-find Sim Bill Foster Says: It's Party Giving Time Shop At Our Mixins and Fix'ms Depf. Just received a fresh shipment of Pennsylvania Dutch "Goodies". Pistachios — Macadamias — Dry Roasted Peanuts — Cashews — Mixed Nuts — Bed and Green Cherries with stems — Pickled Queen Anne Cherries for Dry Manhattans — Olives in Boissiere Vermouth for Martinis and lots more. At Foster's Liquor Store PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER "The Only Complete Liquor Store In Town" Rear Entrance on Fifth St. — Plenty Free Parking Itiuto tfO Oft $5.90 New Jfttfr V * 1 "* GALLON „.„„*»«*« VINYL LATEX PAINT V F« w«lli and Woodwork V Scrubtabl* V On* Coal Caws V Dr!«t in 1 Hour V N.W..I FWSH Colon Our MAOTE* BAimrai Vi»yl M* {, IDEAL JO* BASEMENT WALLS u •mil u innr K»B in ti« J»UH. fa «up«rier to arAlntrj interior or vxtnior l No prlotr Fondren & Sons Hdw. & Gifts And Plumbing 311 W. Main PhOM PO 3-4520 FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE cerning donations of Christmas gifts for patients in Veterans Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. John Kersnick, Mrs. Hubener and Mrs. Jim Smothermon will attend the city council meeting ftis month. A, motion was made for the chapter to give wedding gifts to any active member's child who is getting married. A Christmas cocktail party will be in the home of Mrs. Bill George, Dec. 19 at 8 p.m. for members and their husbands. Mrs. Henry Buck, program chirman, gave a review on the Sorority Has Meeting Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Nov. 7 in the home of Mrs. Wilson Briley. Special guest was Mrs. T. I. Seay, chapter sponsor. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Harmon Cook conducted the business session. Minutes of the city council meeting were read by Mrs. Cleo Pope and members were reminded of the Harvest Dance to be held Nov. 18. Money. - making projects were discussed for the year. Plans were also made for a Christmas party. Two programs were' presented, the first by Mrs. Paul Westbrook who spoke on "Self Estimate" and the second by Mrs. book of Beta Sigma Phi withiPope on "Personatily and Re- pledges, Mrs. Paul Wood and Mrs. Roland'Fletcher taking oral tests for the "Ritual of Jewels" decree. A general discussion was held on the aims and purposes Beta Sigma Phi. lationships." Mrs. Seay won the door prize. Refreshments of cake, coffee and cold drinks were served. The next meeting will be in ,f j the home of Mrs. Pope. A harvest pot luck dinner will be held in the home of Mrs. Kersnick Nov. 21 for members and their husbands. Cocktail hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. and dinner will be at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was closed by members repeating the closing j ritual in unison and joining! hands for the Mizpah benediction. Refreshments were served by the hostess. "HEADHUNTER" HAIRSTYLING 2005 W. Main NOV. SPECIAL FROSTING $1900 Complete Ifc LANDYS EASLEY CAROL HARRINGTON FRI. • SAT. • SUN. DOUBLE FEATURE IDE ACADEMY AWARD WINNER!* «TT» lorn Jones! OPENS 6:4$; SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). I Special Adult Price) 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 35c. Mpn. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc & 35c.. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from Z p.m. Mc ; & 35c» FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (A) They're young.,.(heyre in (ove ...and they kill people. TCCHNICOLORAPftOM WARNER BROS.-SEVCN Aft IA SUN. • MON. • TUES. (A-MY) You are cordially invited to enjoy a perfectly elegant caseof murder! MARIES K.FELDNAN SUSAN HAYWARD CLIFF ROBERTSON CAPUCINE _JDIE ADAMS MAGGIE SMITH JOSEPH LJANIIEItCZ' '•»•" "~' UR mm * M« COMING SOON TO THE BITz' ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO — With Dun Martin A Jel Simmons WATERHOLE NO. 1 - With Jame. Cobura * Join BlondeU CLAMBAKE — With Elvli Freilty HAW AD — With Julie Andrews & Max Von Sydciw

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