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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 10, 1968
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Miss Janice Rebecca Buck Miss Buck Engaged To J.R. McNally III Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Jack-j was a member of the Biology son Buck of BIytheville, an-j Club and Troubadour Social nounce the engagement of their Club. • daughter, Janice Rebecca, to! Miss Buck teaches at Humes James Rand McNally HI, son! Junior High School in Memphis. of Dr. and Mrs. J.-R. McNally Jr. of Oak Ridge Tenn. Miss Buck .graduated from BIytheville High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Spanish Club. She was a senior homecoming maid, Al- trusa Club 'Girl of the Year" and a member of the Valentine court. The bride - elect graduated from Mississippi State College for Women in Columbus, Miss., in 1967 with a Bachelor of Science degree.. - •- - ... She majored in Biology and Mr. McNally graduated from Oak Ridge High School and Memphis. State University. He served as vice - president and secretary of his social fraternity at Memphis State, Sigma Phi Epsilon. He received his Bachelor of Science degree and was- a Biology major. He is presently attending the University of Tennessee School of Pharmacy where is a member of Phi Delta Chi Professional fraternity. -The couple will be married Feb. 17 in Memphis. Society News •frflitvflh (Arfc.) Courier flew* — Saturday, February 10, MM — Ptft Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Omicron Chapter Has Dinner Meeting Recently Omicron Chapter Alpha Delta Chapter International Sorority for Women Educators met r& cently for their February Ala ner meeting at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Brown was hostess. She used a Valentine motif in decorations. Mrs. Lucille Wilson, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Ellis Stanford, Mrs. Loii Stevenson and Mrs. Ruth Bevill were appointed to the scholarship committee. The Altruistic Project was discussed. The program presented by Mrs, Bevill.was entitled "Characteristics of Love As Shown in Religion, Home and School". The entire group participated in the program.. The group heard an article entitled "Head Start for a Day" by Miss Mary Tom Stephenson of Burdette. The article was published in the Alpha Delta Kappan, the official newspaper of the sorority. Miss Stephenson, a 1963 graduate of Burdette, was recipient of the chapter scholarship Camouflage Trick You can cover and fill in a chip in your refrigerator by dabbing the chipped spot with colorless nail polish and finely ground zinc white, available in hardware stores. Table Topper If the glass on a coffee table breaks, replace it with a hardboard panel which may be decorated attractively with a painting, wallpaper or an enlarged photograph. Make Grease Go, A few sprinkles of chlorine blcacti beads added to a pail of warm water helps to clean grease and soot from kitchen wall tiles. Apply with a sponge or cloth. For Sparkling Note* Clean ivory or plastic piano keys with • soft, damp cloth and a very small amount of mild, white soapsuds. Rub keys gently and dry them thoroughly. Don't let moisture collect bttwMo k«yi. award. She graduated in 1967 from Memphis State University and now teaches school at Joiner. Mrs. Kathleen Thompson is a new member of the soroirty. Mrs. Dorris Dew of Luxora will be hostess for. the club's March 5 meeting and Mrs. Julia Osterman will be program chairman. Coming Events Monday BIytheville Very Little Theatre 7:30 YMCA Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Altrusa Club of BIytheville CWF Circles of First Christian Church TOPS Club Rebekah Lodge 18 BIytheville Hairdressers Lake Street Metho.dist W.S.C.S., home of Mrs. Cletus Barlow, 1801 Eastgtae Sac-ettes E. H. Club American Legion Auxiliary Dell Baptist at W.M.U. Ridgecrest W.M.U. Tuesday Parkside Garden Club Band Parents, 8 p.m. at BIytheville High School Auditorium Order of the Eastern Star Armorel-ettes E. H. Club Burdette PTA Yarbro E. H. Club BIytheville B&PW Officers' Wives Club Luncheon Dell Kiwanis Club BIytheville Senior High School 'TA Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club AVcdnisdaj Great Books Club Dogwood' E. H. Club Sudbury PTA Town and Country E. H. Club Dell PTA Chapter D, P.E.O. Armorel W.M.U. Nazarene World Mission Society Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Down One Bridge Club Wednesday Bridge Club Thursday C&N Club, Mrs. Silas Nations, 45 p.m. Kibitzer Club Duplicate Bridge League. Shamorck Lanes Flat Lake E. H. Club Thursday Club Thursday Supper Club Friday Chapter N, P.E.O. Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes, 1:15 p.m. its of News I mostly personat | llWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlf Lt. and Mrs. Melvin Womack and daughter Jennifer, have returned to their home in Baumholder, Germany, after visiting in BIytheville with her parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby and Frank Ashby Jr., her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson and her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Burks. Mrs. William Tausch Sr., has as her guests Mrs. P. T. Williams and daughter, Mrs. Charles Braud of Baton Rouge, La. They came for the funeral of William Tausch Sr. J. B. Fisher of BIytheville and \ Bill Young of Osceola were' named to the supplemental staff for KASU-FM radio station at Arkansas State University. Van Orlie Parker of BIythe- ville and Dwight M. Johnson of Osecola earned all A's for the fall semester at the University of Arkansas' College of Engineering. Two local students from Arkansas State University are practicing teachers this semester. They are Carol Dyre of Dell teaching at Lange, and Marilyn Stevens of BIytheville, teaching at Gosnell Elementary School. The eight annual President's Award Banquet at Arkansas State University will honor students who have 3.5 or better grade average, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. in the ballroom of the Carl R. Reng Center. TOPS Club Has Meeting TOPS Razorbaek Trimmcttes Club met last week tor their regular meeting'. nrbnra Porter was the weekly queen with a five - and - one- quarter - pound weight loss. Carla Williams won the prize for losing the most weight for the month. Following the regular business meeting a skit was, given b y club members on 'Make - Up and the Advantages of It." The next meeting will ba Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. An invitation has been extended to out - of - town persons who are interested in forming a I Tops Club in their town. Miss Anna Jean Keith Edward Wortbam To Wed Miss Keith Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Keith of I Miss Keith has been corre- Jonesboro announce the engage-1 spending secretary and mem- noininating committee for the up-coming election were Mrs. White, Mrs. Sparks, Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Sparks was hostess and. Mr. White won the door prize. I The next meeting will be Feb. 22 in the Jaycee Clubroom and all Jaycee wives have been invited to attend. SPEAKER - Rev. William W. Slider of Louisville will be the speaker at the Feb. 15 meeting of Eastern Arkansas Boy Scout Council at Arkansas State University. Some 50 county Scout leaders will attend the annual banquet. If you 1-ave leftover fish, mix it with mayonnaise, a t ew capers, some lemon juice and celery for a delicious fish salad. Serve on tossed greens with cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes. ment of their daughter, Anna Jean, to J. W. Edward Wortham Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edward Wortham Sr. of Manila. The wedding ceremony will be March 17 at 3:30 p.m. in the bership chairman of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and is also a member of the AWS and SNEA. Mr. Wortham, who graduated from Manila High School in 1964 and was a member of the Science and Beta Club, is a senior Card Of Thanks We the family of Kelly Razer would like to thank our many friends for their kindness anff sympathy shpwed to us during the loss of our loved one. The food, flowers and understanding was deeply appreciated. Special thanks to Father Doyle and Rev. Warren for their comforting words. Wife & Children, Mary Ann, Dawn & John Kelly Son & Brother, The John Razer Family sanctuary of the Huntington Avenue Methodist Church. The bride-elect is a 1964 graduate of Jonesboro High School and is a senior at Arkansas I Beta, honorary biological fra- T , , , . ... , „ i State University and will re- ternity, and scholarship chair- Local students with a 4.00 ce jv e . a BSE degree in-social ' " *rade averages are Patsy' - '• Haynes, Sylvia Moody nd Noal I Short of Blytheville, Sherry ' Griffin of Dell and Lonnie Beard and Sylvester Thompson, both " ceive' a Patsy science in May. Her Beauty Secret When actor Richard Burton named 79 - year - old Dame Edith Evans as one of the 10 most beautiful women in the world, she was inevitably asked for her secret of eternal youth. Said the British actress: "I guess it's simply soap and water, and learning not to fret." Wednesday Club Has Meeting Wednesday Bridge Club met in the home of Mrs. Louis Me- Waters. Mrs. W. C. Higginson high, Mrs. Doyle Henderson won second and Mrs. Loyd Whittaker won third. Mrs. G. Shampoo Session It is traditional for a good shampoo session to include a stimulating scalp massage. In fact, the North India Hindi word meaning "to press" is champ- na, from which the anglicized word shampoo is derived. of Osceola. Mrs. Smart Hosts Club Mrs. J. H. Smart was hostess for a dessert bridge Thursday for the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Wallace Hoke was a guest. Mrs. George Hubbard won high and Mrs. Johnny White won second. Mrs. White will be hostess for next week's meeting. VLTWill Meet Monday BIytheville Very little Theatre will have its monthly business meeting at 7:30 p. m. Monday night at the YMCA. at Arkansas State and will receive a BS degree in biology in May. He is president of Beta Beta man of his social fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Blythemlk Jaycettes Have Regular Monthly Meeting BIytheville Jaycettes met Thursday in the Jaycee Clubroom for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Curtis Cprder. Mrs. Frank Sparks gave the opening prayer and Mrs. L. Corder led the Jaycette creed. Roll call and minutes were by Mrs. Sparks and Mrs. Wayne Sanders gave the treasurer's report. Correspondence from the Paragould Jaycettes president, Laura Adams, and the state president, Sharon Marrs, concerning the February meeting was read by Mrs. White. The meeting is to be'held Feb. 23, 24 and 25 in Fort Smith. Standing committee reports were given. They were: hospital, bulletin and membership by Mrs. White; ways and means by Mrs. Sparks; telephone hostess and publicity by Mrs. Sanders; and stepladder by Mrs. Ray Gill. Members appointed to the YOU ARE IHVITED TO HEAR BOOK CHAPTER AND VERSE PREACHING BY JUDSON WOODBRIDGE OF STEELE, MISSOURI February 12th-18th at 7:30 P.M. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1208 W. Main BlythevilU, Ark. tiostess for next Wednesday' s MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY Craig Stevens SUN. • MON. • TUES. And WED. \_/ **; r T*f awe/mm DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees wtll start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75o - Children 35c. Mon. thin Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c A Sic. Friday, Saturday ft Sunday, Snow continous from 2 p.m. 90c ii Sic. • SATURDAY •SUNDAY »MON. •TUE. •WED. (A-MY) In Stereophonic Sound GtomourLSpeedLSpectacle! Admiuion! Adultt $1.00 — Child™ SOe COMING SOON TO THE RITZ COUNTERPOINT - With Charlton HMton FOLLOW ME BOYS - With Fred McMurra? TREE SALE! FRUIT TREES . . . $1.69 ... $1.69 ... $1.98 5 Varieties PEACH . 5 Varieties APPLES . Bearing Size PEARS . Burbank PLUM . CHERRIES .. $1.98 . . $1.98 GRAPEVINES . . 69c PECANS STUART, 9 ft. . $7.95 STUART, 8 ft. . $7.50 STUART, 5 ft. . $4.95 OAKS TULIP POPLARS CYPRESS WHITE BIRCH RIVER BIRCH '12.'15- T •tor T $-100 -1 SPECIALS! Ash, 6' to 8' . $1.98 Silver Maple . $1.98 Weeping Willow $1.98 Lombardy Poplars 98c The Red Barn S. Hwy.61 OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON BIytheville •••CM*: '\

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