The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1968 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 15, 1968
Page 4
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Four - »ythtvm« (Art.) Courier Newi - Monday, Jamiiry It, 1MB — Society News — Fhyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3 4461 Woman's Club Has 'Safety' Program Blytheyille Woman's Club me Friday in the Woman's Club Building for their monthly mee Ing and luncheon, The luncheon tables were decorated with miniature kerosene lamps in a bid of greenery. The greenery was overlaid with decorative fruits. The mantel was decorated with dellia robbia wreaths. Mrs. Louis McWaters was chairman of the hostesses. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook introduced the guest speaker, Doyne Bateman, who spoke on home safety. year and over four million ar« injured. Mr. Bateman gave a demonstration on flamable aerosol He recommended fire drills in Hie home, especially where there are children. He also talked about poisoning prevention Three guests attended th meeting. They were Mrs. Jo. eph J. Pavlas, Mrs. Bob Vi and Mrs. Wayne Workman. Mrs. Marcus Gaines, pres dent, reported on the Christma louse tour. She termed th our as a ' big success." The purpose of the tour wa •its of News: in*, puipvoc ui uie umr wa: He mentioned that the lead- „ raise money for repairs to ing cause of accidents in the (lie clubhouse. home is falls. He also (old the group that 18,000 to 19,000 people die from Mrs. Aubrey Boyd won the door prize. The next meeting will be Feb TAKE A STAND for young, swingy fashion In the •mart, easy suit (left). Gentle A-line ckirt in wool and nylon Shetland Is topped by a longer length Jacket with assymetrical closing and wide, deep collar Of kit fox. Side Closing coat (right) Is in emerald wool Shetland with lush, black-dyed opossum curling around neckline and cuffs. These are Modern Deb designs. accidents in the home each 19 in the clubhouse. Varetiy Club Has Monthly Dance Saturday IN AND AROUND BLYTHEVILLE ••••••*• r:Mr. and Mrs. Shown an daughters of Kansas, Mr. an Sirs. Jewel Overton and Mrs Jeann Hanchett and baby, Of Memphis, were In Blythe- yille last Saturday to attend the wedding of Miss Tommie Fay Billiard and John Sllown at the Main and 1.1th Church of Christ "Miss Hillard was honored with a. bridal shower Friday night in the home of MM. MaXine Stal- c'iip at Dogwood. Mrs. Stalcup and Mrs. Opal Blsckard were hostesses, "jtfrs. Bernlce Miller received word last Wednesday that her nephew, Jarnes Harold Forrester, was killed in an automobile accident, -Max Price of Chicago Was the guest recently of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Price. 'Mrs. GUy Geans spent the holidays iii BradentOn, Fla. With Her daughter, Margaret. : ;Mrs. B. F. G-ay Sr. returned home Saturday after a visit with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. arid Mrs. B. F. Gay Jr., in Memphis. Mrs. Bill Estes is a patient in Doctors Hospital. Mrs. Loyd Poff of Gosnell is a patient in Doctors Hospital. Mrs. R. W. Warren is a pa tient in Doctors Hospital. Roy Holbrooks is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ho!brooks. He is home on a 24-day leave from Alaska. He will be stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla. Mrs. Ethel Warfirtgton has re- timed from a three-week visit With her children In Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Delaney if Mountain View, Ark., spent ast weekend with her SOn and affilly, Mr. and Mrs. R, D. Mitt yard and children. Randy Hudson of luka, Miss., 'as the guest Monday of his aughter and family, Mr, and Hfs. R. D. Minyard. Mr, and Mrs. Weldon McCann etur'ned home Thursday from visit with her mother, Mrs. ilary Nowlin, in Hampton, Ark. nd his parents, Mr. and Mrs. IV. R. McCanri of Sheridan, Ark Wo-Color' Outfits •At Valentino Show Coming Events Monday Tops Club Dell Methodist W.S.C.S. Family Fellowship Supper 7:30 p.m. First Christian Church Episcopal CllUfchwomen First Methodist Church W.S. C.S. Trinity Baptist W.M.U. First Baptist W.M.U. First Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild Rebekah Lodge 18 Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Tuesday Dell Kiwanis Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club Daughters Of the American Colonists Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi XIXI Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter Delta Sigma Phi Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Ctiib Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi African Violet Club Blytheville Jr. High School P.T.A. Variety Club met Saturday' night at the Women's Building] at Walker Park. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Goff and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Hipp. New members Were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Meador. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Hara, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. McLeod, Mr: and Mrs. Preston Goff; Mr. and Mrs. Denny Veach, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stalcup, Miss Nancy Adkisson and Larry Webster. The Variety Club will have a general business meeting for members Thursday night at the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative Inc. meeting room. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Tinted Sneakers It's easy to have a wardrobe of brightly colored footwear by tinting inexpensive .sneakers. No fabric will take color evenly unless absolutely clean. So scrub and rinse the sneakers thoroughly before applying dye. Even a brand new pair must be washed to remove the factory finish. Ray Gill is a patient in Veterans Administration Hospital in Memphis. He is in Room 913 North Ward. Two women from the Blytheville area have made their first appearance in "Who's Who in American Women," the editors of the newly published fifth edition announced today. Newly 'listed from this area are: Sue Arwood Harding an Dessie Mae Burlison Walls. Business and Cultural Meeting Held Recently by Sorority PTA Reports Blytheville Junior High Sehoo Parent - Teacher Association will meet Tuesday afternoon In the cafetorium. An executive board meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m. in the cafetorium. Mrs. Heath Hosts Club Friday Bridge Club played r riday in the home of Mrs. Blan Heath. Guests attending were Mrs. >m Littte Jr. and Mrt. James Terry. Mrs. Little won high, Mrs. on Smith won second and Mrs M. J. Cuadra won bridgo. The dub will meet next week the home of Mrs, Wallace oke. To make au attractive rice ring, simply stuff cooked rice into a ring mold and turn out at once on a hot serving plate. Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently for their monthly business and cultural meeting. The meeting was opened by all present repeating the opening ritual. Various reports by committee chairmen were given, Mrs. Leon Meador was chosen by members of the chapter as "Valentine Sweetheart," Mrs, Finis Hardy presented a program on nature. A program on literature was given by Mrs. Joe Beckman. I by reading her favorite poem, "If." Mrs. Rex Metzger used her own experiences in presenting a program on travel. The meeting closed with all members repeating tile closing ritual. . The hostess served refreshments of coffee, pie and ic?d drinks. The chapter will meet Jan. 16 in the Hospitality Room of. the First National Bank. Mrs. Bill Griggs will be hostess. COLOR AND FASHION WILL CROWD the (choolroomr this teasom Jumper teamed with zlngy striped rlldre.f In bonded orion knit (left) Is machine washabteVoSrm! s (right) Is perfect for opening cowl • ' By LEONORA DODSWORTH AP Fashion Writer ;ROME (AP) - There was a snowstorm at the Valentino fashion show Sunday night. Scores of snow-white outfits left no doubt tbat Uiis "rio color" is going to be the Italian rage for spring. .-Valentino's models were icily elegant from their -slouched white berets to their white!"' 00 ' pantsuit, coral branches pumps trimmed with gold "V set j n S old and encrusted on a for Valentino" buckles. : He showed V-nccked fabric pullovers, cardigans and jumpers, pulled down long arid belted White outnumbered other per skirls pleafed all around, shade's by 16 to 1. A sprinkling Long white silk scarves were of pale fawn, honey blonde, cream, oatmeal, navy and black poised, e'asy and elegant. The costumes dripped with details. There were nature-lover touches like belts made of polished wood knobs linked with chains, tiny pine cones embroidered on a while linen blouse, real dak leaves ringed with rhinestohes on a white party dress, facsimile feather prints curling realistically on a cream white silk coat. As handled by Valentino, they were artistic, never arty crafty. Wednesday Down One Bridge Club 97th ARS Wives Club Great Books Club Town and Country E. H. Cl Armorel Baptist W.M.L. Nazarene World Mission S ciety Dell P.T.A. Thursday Thursday Club Blytheville Jaycottes 7:30 p.n In Jaycee Cltlbrdom Thursday Supper Club Flat Lake E. H. Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N, P.E.O. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes *—, knotted round the neck with iheir ends trailing down to the floor at the back. •• It was a casual look but ':. Bridge League ^Cancels Games ' Duplicate Bridge League icheduled to meet at Shamrock Lanes Saturday afternoon was postponed because of bad weath er, ;• The league will play Thursday night at 7:30 at Shamrock Lanes. were his only relaxations of the all-white rule. E.H.C Meeting Notes •Armorel • etttt Extenlion Homemakeri Club will meet tomorrow at 1 p.m. In the home *f Mrs. Robert Lawrence, "Me meeting 1 scheduled for list week was postponed. Play Up Eyes Bring your eyes into play the natural way. Use a cake or pencil eye liner iii black or brown according to your hair color. Redheads and blondes should use brown. Draw the line across the roots of the upper lashes to give the illusion of thickness. Do not extend the line for daytime naturalness, Don't line beneath the eye unless the eyes protrude greatly. Key Rouge To make-up the natural way, select rouge and blusher shades tliat are keyed to your hair color. A light blonde should blush pink. A redhead, peach. 31 end cream rouge before I powdering to set up the line. Brush on blusher after, and I touch up during n« day. NAVAL INFLUENCE appears .in swimiuit by Got- tex of Israel. Modeled in Tel Aviv, null l« of sirctcH fabric with told Kripei. Exclusively At HAYS the sun , always shines r BleekerStreetim A DMslOti OF JONATHAN L03AN I 40fcl 7 /v Zip into Spring with Marty lee's look foi OrlonS acryils with Acele® Acetate tricot lining. Add a colorful cirelt ! belt for accent arid there you arel Wiite, blue or Jillow. t Sites 8 to 18* USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-A-WAY f*k* • ntw leak at navy-It 1 * Hew«r than Springtime in thi* ptlKI-dotecarfild prize By Blttker Street. A perfect exampl* «f Wilt pure line can do lot yfiul Can't jiftU see It per Kin 4 Up «1« horizons everywHel-e VdU gij 68% rtV6rl, 32* aC«- ttt«. ta«s 8-11. Navy only. ***

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