The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1968 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 16, 1968
Page 5
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— Society News — Fhyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Ridgecrest Baptist WMU Has Royal Service Program Ridgecrest Baptist Women's leign Missionaries Overseas." Missionary Union met Monday night at the church for a Royal Service Program. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Johnny Smith. The program was opened with prayer and a devotional by Mrs Wesley Green. Others assisting on the program were Mrs. Janie Ross, iMrs. Martha Franks, Mrs. The prayer was followed by | Maly He and Mrs Jerni . ail members repeating the! g an watchword. Mrs. Hancock concluded the Mrs. P. H. Jernigan, presi- j program by discussing the con- dent, presided over the busi-1 djtj ons O f the missionaries and ness meeting. Mrs. Gerald Hancock was in Charge of the program "For- how all churches could help. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Franks. = Lodge 18 To Have Initiation Rebekah Lodge 18 canceled their meeting last night because of the weather. They will meet next Monday at the IOOF Hall at 8 p.m. for the initiation of two candidates. All members have been urged to attend, and the meeting will be formal. A covered dish supper will be served and a short business meeting will be conducted; concerning the March two M; state meeting at which the ?lythe- ville chapter will be hostess. Miss Ross Will Present Program The meeting of the First Methodist Church Wesleyan Service Guild planned for last night will meet next Monday night. The meeting will be a business meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the church. "Contemporary Literature" will be the program with Miss Alice Marie Ross in charge. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mrs. Mary Johnson. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Hornemakers Club have postponed their meeting Wednesday. They will meet next Wednes- iiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiniiiiliiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiilli^ returned home over the weekend from Memorial Hospital in North Little Rock. Miss Laura Burnett, who ha been a patient at Chickasawb; Hospital for the last two weeks will be dismissed today. Mrs. Lucy Henry is listed in critical condition after under going heart surgery at St. Luke Hospital in Houston. Mrs. Hen ry is employed at the denta clinic at Blytheville Air Fora Base. Blythsvllto (Ark.) Courier N«ws - Tuesday, January It, 19«g - Pago Mvf Missco WMU Will Meet Thursday Women's Missionary Union Mississippi County Baptist As sociation will meet Thursday ai day in the home of Mrs. Jerry 10 a.m. at Ridgecrest Baptist Vostrn tnlth Mr* Ml-,, Ali n « I Church. with Mrs. Mary Alice Schmaltz as hostess. . The meeting will be a luncheon meeting. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club will have a cov- jred dish luncheon meeting Thursday In the home of Mrs. Barney Cozart.^ Mrs. Cozart and Mrs. Dennis Cannon will be hostesses. Soft meringue always contain a good deal less sugar than hard meringues. Mrs. Stevens Gives WSCS Program Dell Methodjst Church Women's Society of Christian Service met last night at the church at 7:30. Mrs. John Stevens was leader of the study course, "That the World May Believe." She was assisted by Mrs. Lamar Welborn. The business meeting was con ducted by Mrs. Jesse Bruner, president. Mrs. Noble Gill, hostess, served refrehment. Church. Conferences will be conductee by chairmen and directors. A pastor's conference and executive board will also meet at this time. PTA Reports Dell Parent - Teacher Ass* elation have canceled their meeting scheduled for tomorrow The date of the, February meeting will be announced later. * * '; Fairview Parent Association meeting for this week has been postponed. The PTA will meet Jan. 31 at 3 p.m. in the school cafe- torium. . The executive board will meet Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Frances Hardy. Churchwomen Meet Monday Episcopal Churchwomen will u P. the front - Coming Events Tuesday Dell Kiwanis Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club Daughters of the American Colonists Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter Delta Sigma Phi Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi African Violet Club Blytheville Jr. High School P.T.A. Wednesday Down One Bridge Club 97th ARS Wives Club Great Books Club Town and Country E. H. Club Armorel Baptist W.M.L. Nazarene World Mission Society Dell P.T.A. Thursday Thursday Club Blytheville Jaycettes 7:30 p.m. in Jaycee Clubroom ! Thursday Supper Club Flat Lake E. H. Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N, P.E.O. Saturday Duplicate Bridge Shamrock Lanes TOPS Club Meets In Hospitality Room Monday TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Razoi'back Trimettes Club met last night at 7:30 in the Hospitality Room of t h c First National Bank. Two new members were welcomed by the club. Joyce Woollums was crowned queen for a five-and-one-hnlf pound weight lost by last weeks queen. The leader led the group in discussing why the impulse to overeat follows times of stress and what can be done to overcome this. League,' Leggy Look In Lingerie By HELEN HENNESSY NEA Women's Editor NEW YORK - (NEA) — New ingerie keeps pace with the leg gy look that is running wild in all areas of fashion design. One Teacher g rou P (by Schranfc) has a mini- scheduled snift witl1 P an 'y .briefs, a natching minie'oat and a mid- tiste with a printed, motif. Rows of self - ruffles rim the hem- ines of the free-ailing tent shape shift and matching coat. The use of hardware has created a chain reaction on the whole fashion scene — metal asteners and zippers abound. Evelyn Lind has designed a ter- y minicoat in a sunny multi- olored Tabitian print. It has imono sleeves and a glittery giant industrial zipper to close B&PW Postpones Meeting Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club has postponed its dinner meeting scheduled for tonight. The club will meet next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank for a business meeting. Anyone interested in the club has been invited to attend the next meeting Monday nigh I, Jan. 22, at the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank at 7:30 p.m. Lodge 57 Re-Schedules Meeting Joy Rebekah I^odge 57 postponed their meeting scheduled for last night. The group will meet next Monday night at 7:30 to install officers for the coming year. The group meets at 2148 Edwards. Trinity WMU Will Meet Wednesday Trinity Baptist,Women's Missionary Union will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the church for a general meeting and Royal Service program. Cool Colors Lead Italian Fashion Show m By LEONORA DODSWORTH AP Fashion Writer ROME (AP) - Cool colors- thai is the hottest news from the Italian spring-summer fashion collections, in their fourth day of sSiowings today. Designer after designer is driving the point home. Frosty on suits. Hip-length jackets white and pastels appear to I were softly tailored and some- suits and unlined coats cream- smooth wools. Colors were pale and melting —powdery gray, ice-cold blue, and, of course, white. Funnel necklines, yokes and short capes kept the eye up high have been bleached even paler with chalk. This, rather than any drastic change in line, is the headline hitter. As always in Ihe Italian collections, fabrics are big scene stcalers. Intricate intarsia work impressed buyers at Mila Schon. Inserts and appliques in flower shapes, circles, chevrons and times slackly belted. As at Fashion House Forque't earlier in the day, two-tone dresses were popular with white collars, sleeves and yokes in contrast with another color. .. Slubbed silks were in keeping with the Italian trend for non- shiny surfaces. meet at the church next Monday at 10 a.m. The meeting scheduled for yesterday was canceled. Pure romanticism is reflected in airy-light sleepwear group made in sheer batiste with delicate touches of embroidery, satin applique and piping. Many hems are scalloped for feminine detailing. But the new colors in these romantic sleepers are leaf, azalea and citrus. The pale, washed-out pastels belong to yesterday. IT'S TIME FOR YOUR EYE-QUE. How good are you at your winks? From top to bottom here are a few to practice The secret agent wink, the mod wink, the femme Aisle wink and the clincher called "subtle dynamite." NATURAL CHEETAH COAT b a tent of fataioa spots gathered In an empire clasp with a thin leather thong (left) by Ben Eaha. Calottes take to for for cocktail time In ranch and white mink oval sides (right) by Afexfco. The For Information & Fashion Coonea sautttt the ready-to-wear took M* feat far tat become • fetidon fabric. Does your husband dislike the usual salad of plain tossed green? Give him the greens tossed with canned green beans, kidney beans, and chick peas plus French dressing. Chances are he'll go for this! Condensed cream of chicken soup diluted with a little milk and flavored with grated Parmesan cheese makes a quick sauce for broccoli. Card Of Thanks Tor the wonderful expressions of sympathy from all our friends and relatives during our recent bereavement at tht Ion of our daughter, Suzanne. > We with to especially thank Rev. Lowell Blaiingame and all those splendid people who helped ui so unselfishly during the lone MiMM. The flow*™ were beautiful and the money.very needed. Tin Orb Wilton Family Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••**•••••••••••••••» TUES. AND WED. FOR SHOE SALE WED.-THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Nationally Advertised Brands Connie — Jacqueline -Personality PICK TWO PAIR-PAY FOR THE HIGHEST PRICED PAIR-THE SECOND PAIR IS FREE! ALL SALES FINAL — NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS «'S SHOE STORE 311 W. MAIN PH. PO 3-3549 Antonelli's discotheque dress^ ies rattled like bead curtains undulating stripes dad the fash-1 with flying hula skirls maie ion crowd gasping at their intri-1 from sequinned fringe. Harpo cacy and impeccable workman- j Marx wigs were teased into friz- ship. These motifs were used | zy bushes that screamed out for with beautiful discretion on I strokes of the brush. Spring Fashions Emphasize '-» Waistline Rather Than Hemline By HELEN HENNESSY NBA Women's Editor NEW YORK - (NBA) - For the first time in many seasons the fashion message from the New York couture spring collections did not concern the hemline. While women worried about ; WilI I have to shorten or lengthen this time around?" designers left the hemline alone. The. waist is where the news is. For it's back where nature intended it to be. The silhouette for spring is one of fit and flare. Narrow tops and fitted waists drop to pleated,; gathered or fl a r e d skirts.. Belts 'abound. They are on coats^ dresses and suits, often fastened with huge buckles. Separates are the next big- jest news after the comback of the natural waist. And in this area the shirt is every- where. There are shirts with Mao collars, Buster Brown col- and bows. And sleeves are long, Look for .the return of ths coat - and - skirt combination, topped with a co-ordinating shirt. . Suits lead the separates brigade with shorter jackets and full skirts. And tee vest is in, under jackets or.simply topping a shirt and skirt to make .a sleeveless suit. Fabrics are soft and fenif- nine. There are silks, jerseys, light wools, knit crepes and or- gaudies. Color is less shocking than it was last season. Brights are toned down and brightened and whitened pastels are big on Ilia spring scene. White is,a favorite ei their alone or. banded in bright pastels. ' • Card Of Thanks I would like to take Hits opportunity to thank my many, mends and neighbors for their kindness and prayers during' the illness and death of my beloved husband, Jack My many .thanks to Dr. Elliott, the nurses at Chickasawba Hospital, Cobb Funeral Home, the pallbearers, and t» Brother Marvin Haley and Bro. Paul Klrkindall for their' wonderful words and prayers. Special thanks also for the beautiful flowers and the wonderful music and songs. God' bless each ,of you. Mrs. Jack Hawkes and Family DURING WINTER MONTHS. Matlnee§ wfll start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 1 p.m. Mo - Children Kc. Mon. thro Thnrs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90s A 35e. Friday, Saturday Sc Sunday, Show conlinous from 2 pjn. 90c & S5c. LAST TIME TODAY (A-MY) 'THE FAMILY WAY" — With Hayley Mills WEDNESDAY • THURSDAY • FRIDAY •SATURDAY (NC) COMING SOON TO THE RITZ ..TAMING OF TOT SHREW - With Eltabelb Taylor * McMM Button -,; COOL HAND LUKE — With Fanl Newman

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