The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 29, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 29, 1968
Page 4
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Paft Eight — Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier Wewi - Biursday. February I*. ItK I — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor B&PW Meets Tuesday Night Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club met Tqe&Jay night in Hie Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. $adelyrme VanClcve, presi- were Mrs. Bill Wood, Edna Cozart and Elizabeth Lentz. Next meeting will be a dinner meeting March 12. Miss Pearl Lee will present a program on civic partieipa- ( Books Club Has Meeting Great Books Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Alvin, Huffman II. Mrs. Huffman led the discussion on "The Republic" by Pla ta ?The club will meet again March 13. m<iuciy line v diiv»-»*., ^ *->»-11 1 « dent, presided over the meeting.• Hon. .„.„,.„ Laurie Mulllns led the colled. I Hostesses wH be Pauline Car- A^report on the Gospel Sing-;™n, Winnie King Beulah ing- Heart Fund Benefit was!Moody and Emma Lou Ander- given by the chairman, Maude: som Godwin. A committee composed of Grace Caldwell, chairman, EVH Miller and Geraldine Mabrcy, were appointed to select a candidate for Blytheville Woman of the Year. Mrs. Ann Lombardi, national foundation chairman, was given $25 to send to the Natio al B&PW Foundation in memory of Mrs. Patricia Ellis. Hostesses for the meeting Ph.J»0^-4461 Mowers Receive Awards The testimonial of Service Award, highest recognition giv en by the Chief of Chaplains to lay leaders in Air Force Chapel Programs, was present ed to Maj. and Mrs. Maurice C. Mower Jr., Blylheville Air Force Base, at a retirement cer- pliliilliiiliiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiimiEfSiiiiiiiiiillilllilKllilllfe its of News ; E.H.C. iMeeting Notes Mrs. Guy Gean and Mrs. Dorothy Griffin were hostesses When Gosnell Extension Home- rriakers Club met Monday in the home of Mrs. Charles Stromire Sr. •Seven members and two new members, Mrs Patsy Southard and Mrs. Carolyn Daniels, were present. The devotional was given by Mrs. A. B. Ford. -The group sang "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." Mrs. Stromire, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Pauline LaFarlette and Mrs. Jimmy Meacham showed eye-openers. •Roll call was answered by each member telling how she prepares a single food. Mrs. Margaret Griffin read the minutes of the previous meeting and Mrs. LaFarlette gave the treasurer's report. The meeting dismissed with the club creed and the hostesses served sandwiches, cold drinks and candies. Armorel-ettes Extension § moitly perionat ^iinniiiiiiniiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniiiNiiiiiiiiliiillilllllllillis 7 Hugh Nelson Thompson Jr. o Washington, D. C., and Hunts ville, Ala., was the guest Tues day of his aunt, Mrs. Samue F. Norris, and Mr. Norris. Mr. Thompson, born anc reared in Blytheville, is chief engineer for the southeast division of the United States Department of Commerce. Local students named to the fall semester honor roll at the University of Arkansas's College of Business are; Charles E. Whitley, W. D. Summerville and Blan S. Heath, all of Ely- theville, Cheryl Pierson Hale ol Burdette and Donald Ray Betterton and Robert R. Morgan III, both of Osceola. Miss Kay Yates of Arlington, Va., has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Yates. Miss Yates left Tuesday for Brazil, South America, where she will spend her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls have returned from vacationing several days at points i n Florida and Nassau in the Ba- iamas. Van Parker, engineering major at the University of Arkansas, was one of 20 Razorback athletes who were named to :he honor roll for the fall semester. urged Kingslcy Hall Service Club. The award recognized theii volunteer activities in the Pro testant Chapel programs during their 20 years of Air Force Service. Major and Mrs. Mower also received the "Outstanding Layman" award presented by the General Commission on Chaplains. The award cited the Mowers for their sustained lay leadership in the Air Force Chap- laincy. Coming Events 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 Miss Glenda Dale Turner Miss Turner Engaged To James L. Doebler Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen i Airman Doebler is the grand- 'urner of Blytheville announce | son of Mrs. Miriam Kohler of he engagement and approach- ng marriage of their daughter, Glenda Dale, to Airman I.e. ames Leroy Doebler, son of ilr. and Mrs. Carl Henry Doebler of Canton, Pa. Miss Turner is tbe granddaughter of Mrs. George C. Watson of East Prairie, Mo. Beauty Plans For Girls on the Go Group Will Meet Saturday District 2, Arkansas Business Education Association, will have a program and business meeting Saturday, March 2, 9:30 a.m., in the Arkansas State University Carl R. Reng Center in Jonesboro. Dr. Gene Houser of Southern Illinois University will speak on new techniques and approaches workshop meeting Tuesday in the home of Mrs. James Thomas. The members rolled bandages for cancer patients. The March 12 meeting will be with Mrs. Solon Dobbs. a in teacl ™g high school, book- 'The hostess mente. served refresh- Art Works : In Blytheville James Deal recently announced the addition of "registered original" art works at Deal's Interiors, located at Plaza Shopping Center. The works of known artists keeping and accounting. There will be a exhibit of some of the latest office machines, material of publishing companies, shorthand and typing laboratories, electronic calculators and other new business equipment. Following the program, a short business meeting will be held and new officers elected for the coming year. Anyone interested has been invited to attend. By PATRICIA KING NBA Beauty Editor NEW YORK — (NBA) ,BJ's recent announcement bout European travel probably /ill put a damper on your ski weekend in St. Mbritz, a spring rardrobe buying spree in Paris r annual antiqueing in London. If you're part of the jet set, that is. However, if you're among the ranks of schoolteacher, secretary, hometnaker or other career women, this doesn't mean you have to store your carpet bags in the attic for the duration. There are many spots of interest and fun in the United States and domestic airlines to you wherever you choose, get those bags down and Ninth Grade Has Party Armorel School Ninth Grade start planning. To any woman, her cosmetic kit is a most important item and should be pre-planned with the same thoughtfulness you'd apply to planning your vacation wardrobe. Mrs. Gerri Miller, National Airlines' stewardess grooming adviser, points out that the same variety of selection available in the field of light-weight, drip - dry, wrinkle - resistant fashions, can now be enjoyed when selecting a cosmetics kit specifically adaptable for travel, Mrs. Miller notes that a set beauty routine is impossible because of the variables of flight length and destination. However, one preflight procedure is Williamsport, Pa. The bride-elect is a senior at Blytheville High School where she is a member of Future Homemakers of America. The prospective groom graduated 'from Williamsport High School and is stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Gee Hostess Wednesday to Chapter D Chapter D, P.E.O. met yesterday in the home of Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr. Six P.E.O. perfect • attendance spoons were given to Mrs. Bill Bracey, Mrs. C. D. Clark, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. R. A. Porter, Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr. Contract Club Meets Tuesday Contract Bridge Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. C. E. Campbell Jr. Mrs. John Logan was a guest Mrs. P. D. Foster Jr. won high and Mrs. Charles Mosley won second. Mrs. C. E. Crigger III will ae hostess for next week's meeting. Mrs. Gee gave the record report from the "P.E.O. Record." Mrs. James C. Guard presented the program entitled "The Door to Fun." As part of the program a lim- \ Shunpot Suggestion! This sand • in • the • hair season brings to mind t h e s • special shampoo suggestions: Give the hair a brisk brushing with stiff bristles. Massage dm scalp with olive or baby oil. Leave this on for 20-30 minutes. Shampoo with plenty uf lather, rinse and then set. Cream Those Elbowi Have you looked at your ei- erick. contest was held. Mrs. | bows lately? It's a probability Al Leach was the winner. jthat they need creaming. It's Spring flowers were used, easv to forget this trouble spot throughout tiie home. (during the cold months when Mrs. Kendall Berry will be' roughness But your arms com* hostess for the March 13 meet- , out of hld ">S after f , lve - ing. I Election Mrs. Crigger Hosts Club Mrs. C. E. Crigger was hostess Tuesday for Tuesday Bridge iubi The dessert was served from he dining room table and tfie table was centered with an arrangement^of spring flowers. Mrs. Jack McKenzie was a juest. Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. Bob cKinnon and Mrs. W. C. Higginson won prizes. Mrs. Doyle Henderson will be lostess for the next meeting. Anchor Gloves Shortie glove fanciers have taken to wearing hand harnesses that loop over the middle fin- nemember Pay Your Paper Boy it»tt»»«i DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees wffl start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c . Children 35c. Mon. thro Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc A 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, snow continents from 2 p.m. SOc & SSc, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY (GA) ! ger, then clasp around the wrist He is a student at La Salle ! to anchor the gloves in place. Extension University. JMade of leather or leatherlike A June wedding is being! vinyl, they can also be worn like planned by the couple. I throngs over your bare hand. reapplication of lipstick can be accomplished by.a discreet compact check at your seat. Longer flights require a different approach. The easiest method, though not the prettiest might be to board with a bare face and apply cosmetics just j before landing. To be as glamorous in transi as when deplaning, Mrs. Millei suggests using a semi-make-up A tinted moisturizer is idea for this purpose because it add color and dewiness to the skin and serves as an excellent foun dation for later application of a heavier base or powder. Creamed contour rouge, eye* liner, highlighter and mascara can all be applied sparingly but hold off with the false eyelashes and shadow until jusl before landing. Application ol false lashes is easy since vibra tion is minimal. One set of pre- trimmed lashes comes in mini-carry case less than two inches in size. To rescue a tired or crushec hairdo, you can easily slip into a stretch wig or long fall. There is a short curly stretch mode available that slips easily in your bag and can be fluffed to perfection with a shake. An in - transit fashion ensemble and an in-transit face wil' result in make-up and costume that will be fresh and appealing when making your entrance on near horizons. What a the use of an under make-up to be discovered! that are available are avail- •• had a skalin g party Tuesday at! moisturizer to compensate for _ 1.1 j _ -I-. 11 » . '. f Wall/Pr Pa rl- 13/Oln.. r\..n»i« »I,« <4nn»m*ciA in mniotnrfl if r : able to Deal's Interiors. The lists of registered works are made available by artist agents and galeries and all are registered by the International Directory of Art and authenticity guaranteed, he said. Holiday On Ice In Memphis March 26-31 Holiday on Ice will make it's 22nd appearance in Memphis, March 26 through March 31, at the Mid South Coliseum. Parking will be free for the patrons of Holiday on Ice this year. The skating revue has purchased parking rights from Mid South Coliseum parking concessions. All seats are reserved and prices are $4, $3.50, $3 and $2.50. : Tickets are on sale at all Memphis Sears Stores and Sears in Jonesboro. ' They may also be purchased •t the Mid South Coliseum Box Office. i Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty-five guests attended. Game winners were Debbie Hicks and Randy Durham. Mrs. Billy Holloway was sponsor. the decrease in high altitudes, For any flight moisture four hours, there should be little need to alter make-up. Minor repairs for a shiny nose, and a WATCH FOR OUR HOUSE OPEN SOUTH NURSERY Chickosowba & 5th Sts. Blytheville CLEANING SPECIALS GOOD THRU FRIDAY FRESH AS A FLOWER IN JUST 1 HOUR ANY PLAIN >/2 GARMENT LADIES' & MEN'S PANTS, SPORT COATS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS AND LIGHT JACKETS. 45' •JBHTlin IbMrfbitrrtMRIOHW-hMd* CHARLOnERAMG-flHiAIil iii i«< • Mnd n ami i, Kdf ANNAKIN COMING SOON TO THE RITZ OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE — with Dlick Bogarde & Margr* Brooks WAIT UNTIL DARK ~ with Aubrey Hepburn & Alan Arkln BALLAD OF JOSIE — with Doris Day & Feter Graves ELEGANCE AT ITS NEWEST (left) is this dynamic coat of geometric worsted gabardine, narrowed at the top and lightly flared towards the hem. It is. a Zelinka-Matlick design. The coat that looks like a dress (right)) is in navy wool gabardine. It is by James Allison for Golet Originals. Spice is added via white leather collar, cuffs and red satin bow. Fabrics are by Anglo. mode o'day ANY PLAIN FULL GARMENT LADIES' AND MEN'S SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND BLANKETS. 89 ( BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED & PRESSED 7.99 PfOIMMM III 3 JMnCJT pleated-back A-KIM that $ peaks tip to spring in enep and colorful tatiersaH check* of fresh-ever Avril* rayon, 10/18. Highway 61 South GALA" FRIDAY, MARCH 1 Blytheville, Ark. WITH A FREE SHOW FOR ALL THIS IS A NEW SEASON, FOLKS and time for the STARVUE DRIVE-IN FREE SHOW OPENING OPENING NIGHT — FRI., MARCH 1 FREE TO ALL — DOUBLE FEATURE He came n tame » bucking brone called Africa! PARJKOUNT PICTURES PDESDflS TEXASSTYIE! . COLOR! PLUS li USE YOUR BANKAMERICARD 226 W. MAIN BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. PLUS CARTOON During MARCH the Starvue will be open only on Fridgy - Saturday - and Sunday. Beginning APRIL lit OPEN FULL TIME.

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