The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1968 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 11, 1968
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Ftfi* Six - Blythwfflt <AA.) Courier flews - TMirsflny, Amm-jr n, Miss Laura Lynn Ramsay To Stuart H. Hoke Wed Miss Ramsay Dr. and Mrs. David C. Ramsay of Ada, Okla., announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Lynn, to Stuart Hubbard Hoke. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. Hoke of Blylheville. Miss Ramsay Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.P. flanisay of Chicago, 111., and the lalq Dr. and Mrs. A.R, Sugg of Ada, Okla. Mr. Hoke is the grandson of Mr. : and Mrs. George Hubbard of fclytheville and Mrs. H. Erie HokYof Fort. Worth, Tex., and the late Mr. Hoke. The bride-elect attended Northwestern University in Chicago and will graduate in May from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Tex. Sho is an English major. The propeclive groom attended Southwestern at Memphis and will graduate in May from Southern Methodist University. He is a social science major. The couple will be married in June in Dallas. : D.A.R. Has Meeting Chartevoix Chapter of (he Daughters of the American Revolution met Tuesday at the Blytheville Country Club. Miss Martha Farrell, regent, presided over the meeting and visit of Mrs. Spousta, state regent. Feb. 10 . WMA Circles Meet Tuesday The Women's Missionery Association of Beacon Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday night with 11 members present. The Sidney Schalchin and Rilly Slrounds Circles met together The Sidney Schalchin circle was in charge of the program. Mrs. Larry Beard called the The purpose of the meeting! meeting lo order. was lo present two departing members with gifts, s, Mrs. David Hubbs will be faoying to Detroit, Mich., and Mrf. C. L. Moore, will be moving to Parkview Manor in Memphis. Airmen's Dance ': Is Saturday There will be a dance for airmen and their guests at Kingsley Hall Service Club Saturday night. Jan. 13. The dance will begin at 8 to Mrs. Kenneth Glpson introduced the lesson on mission studies. Reports were given on three mission families, The Jack Balemans, The Billy Slroiids and The Raymond Schalchins. The reports were given by Mrs. Lou Frische. Mrs. Ndla Pipkins and Mrs. Drew Htigh The circles will meet in individual homes Jan. 22. N E W S Wives Club Will Meet Friday Wives of the 65th Munitions Maintenance Squadron will hold their regular monthly coffee meeting Friday, Jan. 12, at 1:30 p.m. at Kingsley Hall Service Club. Hostesses will be Mrs. Jesse Frye and Mrs. L. D. Cooper. All 65th MMS wives have been urged to attend. Mrs. Koonce Presents Program The Women's Missionary Society of Now Liberty Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday night for their Royal Service Program. The tlieme of tha meeting was More Missionaires—Now." Mrs. Ira Koonce was in charge of the program. Following the song "0 Zlon Haste," Mrs. Ray Tweed gave the call lo prayer and Mrs. Reba Lloyd offered prayer. Those assisting on the program were Mrs. Jesse Fondren, Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. W. D. Henson, Mrs. Koonce closed the meeting with prayer. The WMS will meet Jan. 16 at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Fondren. Miss Duncan Guest Speaker Miss Drucella Duncan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Duncan of Dell, was guest speaker Tuesday night when Dell Kiwanis Club met in the high school cafftoritim. Miss Duncan showed slides of her chartered bus trip to the National Future Homemakers Convention, July 9 through 13 at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. What's in a Name? Young women don't like to be called "housewives." They Ijke the music of "The Little Green | cither "working mothers" or CircU Fivi Horn WSCS Luncheon Meeting Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met Monday for their monthly luncheon and program meeting with 61 members present. Table decorations were hanging lanterns surrounded by winter fruit. . Mrs. Mildred Bunch, president, pcrsided over the bm'ness meet- Ing. Minutes and correspondence were ready by Mrs. C. E. Crigger Iff, secretary. Circle Five won the attendance award. Circles will meet in the following home, Monday, Jan. 15: Circlt On* will iflMt with Mri, Bob Warren; Circle Two will meet with Mrs. James L. Guard; Circle Three will meet with Mrs. Johnny Regenold; Circle Four will meet with Mrs. Lynn Hughes; Circle Five will meet with W. J. Polltrd; and Circle Six will meet with Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. The program was opened with prayer by Mrs. Tommy Young. New Year's resolutions were read by Mr». Young, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Holl- Ingsworth and Mrs. Harroff. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Young. Meetings Postponed Due To Bad Weather Wednesday Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club did not meet yesterday due to bad weather. The group will have a luncheon meeting next Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Jerry Hearn with Mrs. Mary Alice Schmaltz as hostess. Armorel Women's Missionary Union, scheduled to meet yesterday, was postponed. The meeting has been rescheduled for next Wednesday. Na?arene World Mission Society will meet at the church next Wednesday at 7:30 The meeting scheduled for yesterday was canceled due to bad weather. The meeting of the Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association was canceled yesterday because of bad weather. The next meeting will be announced, Dell ParentVTeaeher Association will meet next Wednesday st 3 p.m. in the school cafetor- ium. The meeting scheduled for yesterday wai canceled, In Fashion Show, Hems Have Built-in Compromise By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Even as the word flashed around the world the the queen of England's couturier Hardy Amies has dropped the hemline modestly below the knees, Oscar de la Renta has hemlines with a built-in compromise. Actually, his first few costumes shown Wednesday compromised more than the matter of where the skirt edge shall rest, but also the dilemma of should ladies wear the pants or the skirts? Or should fashion abandon the hard chic of Frenchman Andre Courreges for marshmallow softness? Not all, but the first of the pretty manikins who opened the press preview at the American Designer shows strode into pub lio eye in white boots just short of the knees and red and white-belted top^ . cos, tumes just long of the knees. However, in seconds the misses had zippet) themselves out of their old-looking new look of the postwar yeans to stand bare kneed in minioulottes. Equally as compromised was the boot With its entire foot chopped off at the instep, sandal. making it part Thing." I "homemakcrs." Over 45, the A free nursery will be provid- w o m e n like "housewife," ed. i term they grew up with. Ill the spring collections is an overabundance of ruffles and lace,' an abundance of patriotism, and such a goodly supply qf nslrich feathers that there surely must be a shortage of os (riches these days. Now thai bodyhugging styles (right) * shwilfier D*f toUeep brown waxy leather, eh«ekerboird print |ltvn in brown and wfcltii_>jij spankin •Mti mtirt inttir ff—- """• ""—*«• —- -"i -trrtii *irt-1 f-* 1 *••• '• • r u •*•**' "* are in even though the body may not be in shape for hug gjng, Warner's jlimwear gave a show to reveal some inside secrets. Among these is a suit, a second skin of body light weight, eUsticized fibers which grab hold of the situation from the bosom straight down to the toes. Bits of News mostly Those from out of town attending the funeral services o. r J. W. Stalling? were Bill and Roy Stalling! of Dixon, 111., Ellis and Jay Burnett of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stalling of Wei- nut Ridge; Mrs. LllUe Stalling? of Osceola, Mrs. Hester Scarbarugh and Mrs. BUI Scarbarugh, both of Marked Tree, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Simmons of Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. and Mrs. Marion Bates of C*rma, Mo., Robert J. Work of Memphis, Pete Phillips of Steele and Dr, Mike Haynes of Little Rock. Great Books Club Meets Wednesday Great Books Club will meet Wednesday, Jan. 17, in the home of Mrs. Jack Hale at 915 Holly, The meeting begin; at 9:30 a.m. The program will be two plays, "The Misanthrope" and "Tartuffe" by Moilere. Mrs. Millard Shaw will be in charge of the program. Mrs. Phillips Hosts Club Mrs. Bert Phillips, was hostess yesterday to Down One Bridge Club, Mrs. Daniel Jones won first, Mrs. H. H. Hughes won second and Mrs. James Parminter was third, The elub Will play next week In the home of Mrs. Tracy Sandow. ; Coming Events Junior Thursday members pud Cason Unit 7 p.rp, in Little Hut Club M, Blytheville Country Club. Friday Friday Bridge Club Fight Elements Winter weather plays havoe with any girl's beauty, Many delicately skinned women sufc fer' from windburn and chapping of face, bands and legs during the cold months, Before going out into the cold, it's a good idea to dab a little first- aid cream on nose and chin (under make-up) and on your hands and legs. The cream isn't greasy, won't stain, and provides a thin film to the skin that will help battle the ele. ments. Salt Restores Color Before vacuuming, our salt over your rug to sweep out soot and restore bright color. First Christiaxi Circles Have Meetings Monday Hope Circle of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian' Church met Monday afternoon jn the hOTe of Mrs, B. R. Hays with six present, The study book for the flew year ii entitled ''Shoe.? QH Threshold',' i study on Japan freshments »nd Disciples qf Christ, She was assisted by Frank Brown representing American woman and Mrs, Lor. rslne Lunsford representing the japapes.e woman. The sjx. members present were served tea, tangerine.? and' Bound cake, the traditional re- r Scoring at a Glance Fashion Age Clothes By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor NEW YORK (AP) - Only a catty female judges the age of scious. Belts, sashes and tuck tell it' there. 4. Are her sleeves midlength? shame. If she is with it, she t __ a ______ „ another" woman, but the age of | will wear wrist length sleeves or her clothes are fair game. I none at all. By the close Sunday night of the style previews held for fash' 5. Is her head woolly as a kewpie doll's? Never mind last ________ _______ ion editors "by the New York j year's straight boyish look. Nev. Couture Group the rules were er mind the curlers at the well established for scoring at a glance the fashion age of a lady's costume. Try this test: 1, Does the skirt swing? Give the girl a plus for gathers, gores, pleats—boxed, knife and breakfast table. She's up to date with her hair stylo, 6. Is her dress black? Careful, this question is tricky. Give her points if she's under 40, Subtract points if she wears black for day and is past that age. It fan-and give her nowheresville j does nothing to improve her col. for the shift or sheath. oring. 2, Are her knees rosy? Then I 7. Does she wear white for she has hiked her hemline night? She's an angel, from th« fashion designer's point of view above the knees for daytime. She's au courant, even though she may be a niidi or a maxi hemline advocate, she won't as yet wear these lengths until after the sun goes down this year. fashion designer's point i Score her high. 8. Does she wear high heels and pointed toes? She should g» to the bottom of the fashion class. She can redeem herself 3. Does she have a waist?' by wearing platform spies, pre- Though it may be larger than it j ferably contrasted in color to was before she began to wear \ the shoe itself. Or she can wear tents two years ago, she has it' squat pumps with bright-colored, back again if she's fashion-con-, sculptured heels. CAPES, AN INESCAPABLE FASHION FACTOR this lepson. are inapplest when they have the look of uniforms. Typical of the military ibetne is the sqnareci-oU •tyle (left) In canvas, double-breasted In brass, by Reghm Porter for Main Street. Swashbuckling drama ts provided. by Count Romi'P hooded eape (right) with zip front in fftbardjne ol Daeron and cotton. Pile-lined for stormy weather, it is especially dashing when worn with thigh- high boots. Both these designs are protected with Zepel rain and rtsin repeljer, Mrs. J. W, Mc.H*ne.y presented the program on the'first'chap- ter of 'he' book "Shoes q£ the Twriat," Mrs. Ben Harpole was worship leader, assisted by Mrs,. John Burnett and Mrs,. James Terry. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Charity Group met with Mrs, Freeman Robinson with si* members' and one guest, Mrs., Oscar Fendler, present. Mrs, Fendler presented the program entitled "A Woman with » Will," Mrs., J, P. Garrott was in charge of the. worship program., She WM iniited. by Miss Lela Beck, The honteii «rved refreshment!. Faith Group met in the home of Mr», W- 0; Cobb. Mrs. Cobb greeted, (he guests, dressed in a J«pa.t\«s« kimono and sandals. In the. meeting WTI, a low table covered with * white cloth held, an open Bible., The Bible was marked with a red and white crocheted cross,' Beside the Bible was a rattan basket later used for the offer, ing. In the background, was a bamboo, crow anchored in j basket «f. sand and rock. Bam- 000.. b,r«,n5hei were spread around the cross. The scene represented "He*, yen, Mm »nd Enrtlv" ' Mrs. Cobb «*« in charge of. the progrtm in.4 wonhip »er*. fW?8's in . the group presented Mrs. C. L, .Moore, who will be moving to Memphis,' with a gift, Love Group met in the norne of Mrs. Willard Gentry at Blytheville. Air Force Base. Mrs. Bill Ward gpve the devotional using dolls to TaRre* sent Amercian and Japanese women. Mrs. Calvin Goodman presented the program, The hostess served refreshments. Your Friendly OSCEOLA •••»•••••••••••••••••* THURS. - FRI. - SAT. DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees irfll start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU TWJBgpAys (exception?; National Holl. days & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. ISo . Children 35c. Men. thro Thnrn. After 4 p,m, Hemlar admission fOc & 35°. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. Me & S5c, LAST TIME TODAY (A) 'TWO WffKS IN SfPTfMWR" — with Brfaitte Baudot FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ^ (GA) WHATliU COWIMO SOON TO Tlffi RITZ THK FAMUr WAT - Wlttl RM*r Mill* THE AMBUSTOR8 - With D«n Murtln ..TAMING OF THE SHREW - With El.tafealh Taylor * COf* RAND LUKE - With Pnl Newman

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