The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 16, 1968
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- Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, Ftbruity M, m — Society News — iSffhyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Presbyterian WOC Mas Bibk Study Circles :~.l Women of the Church of the > present. First Presbyterian Church met 1 The study was by Mrs. G. W. this week for a Bible study en-' Dillahunly Sr., and the cmpha- titled "The Holy Spirit - and sis was by Mrs. J. E. Dicks. the Message of the Curch." :r TTfe emphasis for the month is -.'jChristian Witness at Home and broad." Mrs. J. A. Leech is circle chairman. Circle Five met with M r s. Charles Lcggelt with nine mem- Cirde One met with Mrs. S. j ber and one guest, Mrs. Arnold E. Tune with eight members j B r i 11 o n, president of the present, Mrs. John Germain moderated the study. l\Jrs. John Cherry, chairman, \V o m e n of The Church, present. The study was given by Mrs. Lcggetl and the emphasis was jBits of News| I mottly per&onai \ Miss Afton Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Cox of Osceola, has been elected president of Pi Beta Phi sorority at the University of Mississippi in Oxford. the emphasis. ! by Mrs. George Wilson. Mrs. H. D. Harris gave the! 'Mrs. Martin Wilkinson is executive board report. Circle Two met with Mrs. W/A. Dobyns with Mrs. M. F. 0ay:Sr. and co-hostess, Ten members were present. chairman of the circle. Mrs. Robert Turner was hostess for Circle Six with 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Martin Wilkinson, present. Mrs. Ernest McKemiie gavej Mrs. Wilkinson gave the study the study and Mrs. Vernon j a n d Mrs. Herman Besharse Thoniasson gave the emphasis, j gnve the emphasis. Mrs. J. E. Beasley is circle chairman. Mrs. F. W. Whitner was hostess^' to Circle Three with 11 "ffiefiibers present. Mrs. Hugh Hudson moderated IhejSludy and Mrs. E. M. Huf- iMan gave the emphasis. ' Circle chairman is Mrs. I. M. Castlio. r.Sircle Four met with Mrs. fioBert Via with 11 members Mrs. J. B. Fisher is circle chairman. Circle Seven met at the church with Mrs. T. L. Roberts as hostess. Three members and one guests, Mrs. Johnny McDowell were present. The study was given by Mrs. Berry Ball and the emphasis was given by Mrs. Walder Milan, circle chairman, Surprise Bridal S/wwer Honors Mm Walters Carla Walters, bride-i Adams and game winners were. of Bob Conrad, was honor- A" with a surprise bridal shower __ at Bernice's Beauty Shop, iiMiiay night. "•Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene Adams and Mrs. G. N. Floyd. .1 Sixteen guests attended and special guests were Mrs. A.K. Walters, mother of the honoree . Claude Duncan, grand- Miss Gladys Duncan and Mrs. Jolly Leggett. The serving table was centered with three white bells on a blue background with red roses underneath the arrangement. Refreshments of donuts, cookies and coffee were served. Miss Charlotte Adams assisted Miss Walters in opening ifiuHter of the honoree. gifts and they were registered Miss Walters wore a three-i by Mrs. Leggett. piece green wool suit with mat-j The hostess presented the fljjlig accessories. I bride-elect, with a set of Silver- She was presented a red j ware. Rebekah Class Meets Recently Rebekah Class of Gosnell Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon with nine members present in the home of Mrs. Ruth Capps. Mrs. Cara Prewett was in the charge. Ann Maxwell gave the opening prayer. The secretary and treasurer's reports were by Mrs. Jack Moody. Mrs. Capps gave the devotional. The class voted to change their meeting date from the second Tuesday to the secom Thursday of each .month. The hostess served refresh ments and decorations were in a Valentine theme. Miss Seay Marries in Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. T.I. Seay announce the marriage of their daughter, Ann Prentice, to Raymond Leon Hollenstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hollen- slcin of Lake Mahove and Bull Head City, Ariz. The couple was married at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Arizona State University chapel in Phoenix. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an oyster white three-piece brocade suit and carired a bouquet of yellow roses. Mrs. Dick Condon attended the bride as matron or honor. Fred Gorrell was best man. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the Sands Motel. Out-of-town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Er- nie Hollenstein of Lake Mahove, Miss Ellen Hollenstein of Tuscon, Ariz., and John Appel ol Redondo Beach, Calif. Following a wedding trip to Las Vegas, the couple are at home in Phoenix where Mrs. Hollenstein is employed by the Phoenix public school system and Mr. Hollenstein is employ, ed by Arizona Public Service and is attending Arizona State University. Mrs. Bruner Hostess to Christ Methodist WSCS Christ Methodist Women' Society of Christian Service me in the home of Mrs. Jesse Bru ner recently with 12 members present. : The program was entitlec 'Music and Modern Man." Mrs. Bruner presented the program. A special album was used by Mrs. Bruner which featurec three musical traditions. The; were western world, African music and Asian music. double-orchid ihoslesses. corsage by the Miss Walters and Mr. Conrad be married March 16 at ' Games were directed by Mrs. I Beacon Baptist Church. - E.H.C. Meeting Notes _ Tfjvn and Country Extension jjQtHemakers Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliot. ••3Sifrlccn members and two guests. Miss Pat Cole and Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, were present. ..; |!li president, Mrs. Tanna 'RMlfardson, called the meeting to order and gave the thought of. Sl)e month which was "The 3est: Helping Hand Is on the .;>:?; Book Club " "Has Meetir, 0 . . i j » •• Mrs. Oliver Coppedge Jr. was hostess for Great Books Club End of Your Arm". All members were urged by Mrs. Richardson to bring clothing and toys for the stale crippled children's hospital. Mrs. R. 0. Belknap gave the Violet Club Will Meet Tuesday African Violet Club will meet next Tuesday in the home ol Mrs. C. M. Abbott at 2 p.m. Mrs. Alma Scherer will be co- hostess. Coming Events Friday Chapter N, P.E.O. Friday Bridge Club Chapped Hands To soothe and heal rough, red hands, chapped from winter cold, apply antiseptic cream every night before retiring. Wear while cotton gloves while sleeping to keep sheets and blanket from chafing hands. Apply cream to hands daily before going out into the cold. First Aid for Heels Calloused heels? Then take devotional ^from the 23rd chap- these simple tips 'from a lead,. jng C | lore0 g rapher Every time you bathe, gently rub the affected area with a pumice stone and, after drying, massage thoroughly with your favorite oil or cream. During cold winter days feet shrink, causing shoes to slip and rub your heels. Pre vent this by applying strips o first-aid tape to each heel. Tin smooth surface will proven rubs and runs. _W_ednesday. Mrs. Chester Caldwell Jr. re- ter of Psalms. The group sang "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". The secretary, Mrs. Jerry Hearn, read minutes of the previous meeting and gave the roll call. Members responded to the roll call by telling their favorite simple food and how they prepare it. Committee reports were given. Mrs. Weldon McCann reported on wall furnishings. Mrs. Adkisson reported on housing, Mrs. Bob Schmalz reported on clothing and Mrs. Frank Coats reported on food and cooking. Miss Cole showed slides on cooking. Eye-openers were shown by Mrs. Lucy Carnell, Miss Cole, viewed the book "Ramau's ' Mrs. Bclknap, Mrs. Elliot and •^(p^jjew" by Diderot. I Mrs. Coats. ''Mrs Alvin Huffman III will I Games were played and Mrs. be hostess for the March 28; Schmalz won the prize. The meeting closed with the Meets ""Wednesday f m o r e 1 Baptist Women's repeating of the dub creed. On Comeback Trail Fabrics, like movie stars, can make a comeback after years of anonymity. One fabric o n . _. . . , tin's year's comback trail is Missionary Union met Wednes- ; challis, popular at the turn of day t night, at the church witli j the century for pajamas and 'li&i^E members and one new i nightgowns. It's a soft fabric of member, Mrs. Edide White, plain weave in wool, cotton or •present. rayon, either in a solid color ; ? Thfi Royal Service program,or, more often, a small print, was ( "Money for Missions" with j Challis is being translated into Mrs.' Estes White in charge. smart, belted shirtwaist dress- Mrs. Hughes Hosts Club Mrs. R. D. Hughes was hos less yesterday to Thursday Club. Guests attending were Mrs A. E. Stacy and Mrs. M. M Randall. Mrs. Byron Morse won high and Mrs. Stacy won second. Mrs. John Cherry will be hostess (or next week's program. FASHION FIRST was the appearance of Y u g o s 1 a v creations at a London style show. Here, model wears a sheepskin jacket and hat with leather miniskirt. During the last song, "Bless The Lord" the members joined in singing with the record. The reading of Psalms 92 verses 1 through 4 was used for the closing worship. The program was closed with prayer by Mrs. Bruner. The business meeting followed with Mrs. Clyde Giili- land, president, presiding. A love offering was taken by Mrs. C. A. Lynch. Mrs. Earnest Baker will be New Liberty Notes & News Mrs. Ernest Powell has returned home after visiting relatives in Alabama. Mrs. Lottie Adams and son Bobby from Blue Springs, Miss., and Depn Adams of Houston, Tex., were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Speck. Mrs. Luna Everette and daughter, Mrs. Virginia Austin, and her sons recently moved here from Alabama. .Mrs. Everette is the sister of Mrs. Ernest Powell. Mrs. J. T. .Ellis and Miss responsible for the March mon- j Joan Lutes have returned t o ey making project which will be a traveling dessert. The meeting was closed with group prayer. Chapter D Has Meeting Chapter D. P.E.O. met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, with Mrs. Bob Logan as co-hostess. Valentine decorations were used throughout the home and a large red heart was on the front door. Mrs. H. H. Houchins read a report from the P.E.O. Record. A program on the Constitu- ;ion was given by Mrs. George Hubbard. Mrs. Frank Huffman won the door prize. Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr. will be lostess for the March 28 meeting and Mrs. James Guard will ^resent the program. their home i n Dallas, Tex., after visiting Miss'Lutes' par ents, Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Lutes. Mrs. Ellis is the sister of Mrs. Lutes. Miss Lutes is with Delta Airlines in Dallas. W. T. Langley is improving at his home after being dismissed from a West Memphis hospital. Mrs. P. S. Parker is in Golden Age Home in Shug Town. Ark. Mrs. John Burks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Houle, Mr. Houle and family in Orange Park, Fla. Mrs. P. E. Eubanks returned home Friday after visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Eubanks in West Memphis. PANTS MAKE NEWS. Permanent press Daeroa and cot- ion ensemble (left) is in cool lime with contrast zipper by Russ. There's smooth sailing ahead in the jaunty long- sleeve cotton knit turtleneck with stripes galore and white cotton knit pants (right) by Aileen. Patio Vista Strategic location of a natural stone patio adjacent to the picture window os a living room will give an effect of greater ture window of a living room area and the exterior grounds. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • Fri. • Sat • Sun. • Mon. • Tues. *Wed. jiff's. Guin Renshaw presided over' the business meeting. were discussed for the missipn study book to be ' ' Caught later 'this month 'by Mrs. ££. d Elliott. £• Mfs. Preston Lawrence read le calendar of prayer and Mrs. [don McCann gave special tr for missionaries having birthdays. fNlff. While and Mrs. James Thomas presented a drama as- fitted by Mrs. Elliot and Mrs. Frank Coats. Andrew Richardson dismissed the meeting with pray- es for winter. Bread Keeps French or Italian bread keeps better in a plastic bag. Put it in the refrigerator until it is all eaten. COMMERCIAL BUFFERS For Rent • Also Scrub Brushes, Cleaners And Waxes, at Eubanks Flooring Ph. PO 3-6092 ***** » MASTERPIECE" *« K DJULV new* "AN AWESOMELY ABSORBING FILM!" 20ih Genwy-Ftt ptscwi THE D1NO DE LAURENT11S HHE InD-150* Color by Deluxe Weekdays: One show nightly at 7:30 p.m. Sat. & Sun.: Matinee at 2:00, Night show at 7:30. Admission: Adults $1.00 Children 50c 'a little child shall lead them" How can a child learn to find his place in the world, and make* it a better place to live? We would answer, by having the great treasures of the Bible . opened up to him, and learning i its lessons of love and spiritual power. That's" what JOBS on every Sunday at Hie Christian i Science Sunday School. (CHRISTIAN SCIENCE' SUNDAY SCHOOL Slarta 9:50 a.m. Church Services 1:00 a.m. The Christian Science Society .of Blythevlll* mceti >t he Women'! Club Buildlnr, 1416 West Main Street, BlTlhevtlle, Ark. Wt/comt Frtryont DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees wfll start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75e - Children 35c. Mon. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc & 3Se. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Snow continous from 2 p.m. SOc & 35c. PTA Reports Dell Parent-Teacher Association met for a combination Father's Night and Founder's Night at the school cafetorium at 7 p.m. last night. The president's message was read by the president, Mrs. Joe Dildine. Mrs. John Stevens was in charge of the Founder's Night program. She introduced two speakers, Mrs. Lamar W e 1 b o r n, who *ave the devotional, and Mrs. Jack Lewis, who spoke on "Problems of Teenagers." Mrs. Dildine conducted the jusiness meeting. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt, secretary. Mrs. Russell Simpson gave the treasurer's report. A nominating committee was elected. They are: Mrs. George Long, Mrs.. William Knight and Mrs. Maxie Riggs, chairman. First place winners in r o o m count was the 10th grade, sponsored by Coach Bill Wyatt, and second place winner, the eighth grade, sponsored b y J. B. Riggs. . The serving table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of w h i t e gladiolus i n- terspersed with blue streams with "Dell" written in gold on the streamers. The centerpiece carried out the school colors of blue and white. An assortment of party food was served. Hostesses were Mrs. Jimmy Gill, Mrs. Dallas Brownlee and Mrs. K. S. Asal. The next meeting be March 13 at 3 p. m. at the school cafetorium. FRIDAY 6 SATURDAY (GA) Extraordinary Entertainment! WALT DISNEY SUN. TUES. MON. (GA) | Action waits at trigger-point! CHRRLTOn NESTOR IMXHRHilfln SCHELL COUnTCRPOl TECHNfCOlOft* COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE COMEDIANS — with Ellutielh Taylor * Richard Burton OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE — with Dllck Bo|«rde A Marfrtl Brooks ' BALLAD UNTIL JOSIE - with Doris Day * Peter GravOi WAIT UNTIL DARK — with Aubrey Hepburn * Alan Arkln TONIGHT ON I LOVE LUCY. ..6:00 WILD, WILD WEST 6:30 Secret agents West and Gordon face a killer beast and a mystery guarded by a senator' and his three sons. In color. GOMER PYLE....... 7:30 Lou-Ann Polvle cancels her dinner date with Gomer to work late taking inventory at the record store. In color. FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE - 8:00 In Color Operation Petticoat Gary Grant Tony Curtis and Dina Merrill r—10 O'CLOCK NEWS t WEATHER —, I with FRED COOK. A full So-minute report of I j local and national new»-and weather. In color. I THE LATE MOVIE.. 10:20 Rebel Without A Cause Bun Natalia Wort

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