The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 27, 1968
Page 2
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Pftfi Four - Blythevill* (Ark.) Courier New S - Tuesd«y. February IT, IMJ Miss Mary Ann Hart Miss Hart Engaged iToJobnJ. Wall Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leej Hart of Blytheville announce j the- engagement and approaching, marriage of their daughter, Mary Ann, to John Joseph Wall son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jolin J. Wall Sr., and the grand- soh of Mrs. F. W. Dancy of Pine Bluff. •The bride-elect is a 1966 graduate of Blylheville High School and is presently a sophomore at Southern Baptist College where she is majoring in ele- mentary education. Mr. Wall is a 1965 graduate of Pine Bluff High School and is a sophomore at Southern Baptist College, majoring in history. The couple will exchange vows June 2 in the Number Nine Baptist Church with Rev. Bill Cardwell, pastor, officiating. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony. WHS Choir "To Present 'Requiem 5 •The music department of Wilson High School will present the WHS Bulldog Choir in a performance ot "Requiem" by Gabriel Faure. "Requiem" will be sung in Latin. .The choir, under the direction of John Dresbach, is com- pBsed of 72 members in grades 10 through 12. -Eolnists for this performance will be Janie Miller, soprano; Billy Wayne Bussey, baritone; and Terry Joe Jones, baritone. ;-The "Requiem" will be presented Sunday. March 3, al 4 pjn. in the Wilson High School cafetorium. The public is invited to attend and admission is free. ".: Free Sample "The way to a woman's heart is by a free sample, it seems. According to a survey, this reason for buying a new product ranked above recommendations of-friends and relatives. ARTISTRY IN FUR. A de- "llcious concoction of four > ihadef of mink from palest "beige to darkest brown li this bandxome coat de- signed by Mr. Fred for Fur "A Sport. E.H.C Meeting Notes Homemakers Extension Homemakers Club met last night in the home of Mrs. John Payne with Mrs. Bill Hardy as co-hostess. Ten members and three guests, Mrs. Mary Hughes, Mrs. Margaret Dobbins and Urs. Jane Hodges, were present. Mrs. Bill Williams led the club creed and Mrs. Steve Eatmon gave the devotional. The door prize was won by Mrs. Nancy Hughes. Mrs. Leroy Ross presented the program entitled "Cooking Hows and Whys." Mrs. W. B. Harshbarger will be hostess for the next meeting. Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor CWF Has Meeting Christian Women's Fellowship port. of the First Christian Church | Mrs. John McHaney announa met for a luncheon and pvo- j ed that there will be Good Fri- gram meeting yesterday al the day services at the church c | lure l,. April 5 at 10 a.m. Twenty-three members and At the conclusion of the busi- two guests, Rev. Ira Kirk and j ness meeting, the group said a Mrs. Vernon Strickland, CWF 1 silent prayer for the recovery president, were present. of Mayor Tom A. Little. During the business meeting, a nominating committee was appointed. Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester will be chairman. Her committee includes Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. J. J. Morgan. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney presented the program entitled "The Fences Are Falling." According to a group spokesman, the program was about the opportunities of knowing and working with women of other denominations and the im- A committee was also ap- : portance of these opportunities, pointed for the breakfast to be! Mrs. McHaney was assisted held in May honoring the[by Mrs. George Cross, Mrs. church seniors that will be grad-! Eric Whitley, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, uating from school. !Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. John Members of the committee Burnett, Mrs. James Terry and are Mrs. Loraine Lunsford, Mrs. Clarence Andrews and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, chairman. Mrs. Willard Gentry reported' was presented by Mrs. Whitley. i on the District CffF meeting' she attended recently in New- Mrs. John McHaney. The worship program, with the same title as the program, The meeting closed with the missionary benediction. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beard Mr. and Mrs. Beard Celebrate Anniversary Social and Personal Notes Local students named to the University of Arkansas' College of Education honor roll for the first semester are William H. Williams of Osceola, Peggy Jo Cullom' of Wilson, Susan Permilia Wood, Susan Reed, Sheila Lynne Baguley, Mamie V. Harpole and Susan E. Robinson, all of Blytheville, and Mary E; Prewitt of .Osceola. • Mr. and Mrs. Norman Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hagen, Mr. and Mvs. Loyd-Shelton and Mr. and Mrs.-Charley Lutes will be in Dallas, Tex,, this week attending the National R.E.A. convention. Miss Laurie Jones and her roommate, Miss Penny Hearn of Dyersburg, Tenn., students i at Mississippi State College for : Women at Columbus, were th« j guests of Miss Jones' mother, I Mrs, Riley Jones, over the 1 weekend. Miss Susan Grigsby, MIsi Ann Smithson of Franklin, Tenn., -and Miss Carol Frazier of Rosedale, Miss., spent the * weekend with Miss Grigsby's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Grigsby. They are students at Mississippi State College for Women. . '. .,. An attractive way to garnish!.; stuffed eggsi.criss - cross a flat v . ;anchovy ( half) over the!... deviled yolk mixture after it ^ has been stuffed back into tht.j whites. . ,v Auxiliary Gives Report On Bridge and Canasta Party American Legion Auxiliary met last night with Mrs. Bonnie Layne presiding over the meeting. The opening prayer was by Mrs. Madalynne VanCleve. Mrs. James Long gave the preamble and Mrs. Cora Mae Johnsen led the Pledge of Allegiance. Mrs. S. D. Bray read the minutes of the previous meeting and canasta party to benefit the Heart Fund Drive. She reported that the Auxiliary collected $31. Miss Maxine Halstead won high and Mrs. Mildred Byran won low in bridge. Mrs. Louise Grisson won high and Mrs. Shirley Lipford won low in canasta. The door prize was won by Mrs. James Long. The Auxiliary members collected $121 in the Heart Fund Drive Sunday. Mrs. Cora Mae Johnsen presented one of her music students in a program last night. Gale Henson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henson, played the guitar and sang. During the social hour, re- freshments'were served by Mrs Katherine Mullins and Miss Thelma Cathey. For the next meeting, t h e Auxiliary will meet with the American Legion for a birthday dinner. The Auxiliary will furnish the cake and be in charge of decorations. Local Residents Attend Square Dance Festival YMCAWill Hold Classes In Photography Blytheville YMCA will conduct six sessions on photography beginning Thursday, Feb. 29, at 7 p.m. The sessions will include camera techniques, development of negatives and printing and enlarging photographs. Dewayne Miller will be the instructor. For information concerning the sessions, call PO 3-4479: ' Capt. and Mrs. Jerry Miller, Mrs. Lois Young, Ron Fisher and Glenn Davis were among the square dancers attending the Square Dance Mardi Gras Festival in Memphis last night. I The festival was hosted by 1 the Circle M. Square Dance Club of Memphis. Attending were 30 square dance clubs of Memphis and the surrounding area, who are members of the Greater Memphis Square Dancing Association. Captain and Mrs. Miller, who serve as president of the Blytheville Flying Squares, were selected and crowned king and queen of.the Cotton Carnival. With assistance from their royal court, they reigned over the festival. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beard celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Beard were married Feb. 26, 1918, in Ripley, Tenn. They have seven sons, Rev. James Beard of Covington, Tenn Calif., Gene Beard of Longview, Tex., Fred Beard, Bill Beard, Larry Beard and Ray Beard, all of Blytheville. Three daughters, Mrs. Delean McGlothine of Smiley, Tex., Mrs. Margie Wilson and Mrs. Patsy Fried, both of Longview. HIDDEN vs. CLOSE For HIDDEN eyelids put white on the eyelids and brown shadow from the crease to the bone. Draw the thinnest eyeline I possible. For CLOSE SET eyes concentrate eye shadow, liner and mascara on the outer half of your eyes. Widen the space between your brows by plucking a few extra hairs over the inner corners of the eye. Coming Events Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Contract Club Parkside Garden Club Dell Kiwanis Club Business and Professional Women's Club Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern Star Orpheus Music Club Armorelettes E. H. Club Officers' Wives' Club Newcomers Coffee Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club Lange P.T.A. Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Armorel Baptist W.M.U. Chapter D, P.E.O. Town and Country E.H.Club Great Books Club Thursday Shamrock Lanes. Thursday Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N, P.E.O. Dell E.H. Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p. m. Chickasaw Saddlers 7 p.m. Down One Bridge Club They have 34 grandchildren. Card Of Thanks -With deepest gratitude we wish to extend this expression of thanks ,to our "'friends and neighbors for their floral offerings, food and other expressions of sympathy shown to us during our recent bereavement. ' ' . . Also our thanks to the staff of Howard Funeral Home. 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