The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1968 · Page 2
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IT" four . Blythtvin* (Ark.) Courier Newi - Fridiy, Mirch I. IM J •r Miss Bonnie Faye Callahan immie Vaii Bibber To CallalMn where he was "a member of Sigma .Phi Ensilon. Mr. Van Bibber is a cost accountant for E. r. Dupont in Columbia. " • The couple will exchange — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor *^******»*i^^*Sv^ I r*^*V*s^^t*S*n^***^sV~-^****^*'***^ Social and Personal Notes Ph. PO 3-4461 Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Callahan of Lynnville, Tenn,, announce the engagement of their, daughter, Miss Bonnie Faye Callahan of Nashville, Tenn., to Jim- C. Van Bibber of Cblum Olho Stanfield, of West Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, is improving following major surgery twice this week at Melho- disl Hospital in Memphis. He s in Room East 844 and is allowed visitors. Larry Odus Pillow of Mo- nclle, a senior in Ihe Universi- ly of Arkansas' College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a recipient of a $250 scholarship made available by I h e jrand Chapter of the Order ol ,he Eastern Star of Arkansas. Jan Ilounsaville of Blytheville iledged Pi Omega Phi, a na- ional honorary fralernily in tusiness education al Arkansas Hale University. Suzanne Ball of Blylheville las been elected recording sec- elary of Phi Mil Sorority al Arkansas Stale University. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lowe of Dallas, Tex., announce the birlh a son, born Feb. 20. He has een named Ian Andrew. They ave a 'daughter, Heather, age Mrs. Idelle Lowe rclurned Vednesday from visiting Mr. nd Mrs. Lowe and children. Mas Davis of Dyersburg, enn., is here visiling his par- its, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dais. He is especially here to be ith his father who underwent urgery this morning. Area students enrolled for the pring semester at Memphis Club Meets Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers Club will hold their regular monthly meet- Churchwell, Carol Irene Coppedge, Benny Ray Downing, Sue Ann Fisher; Richard Graves Greham,I in g Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Harry A. Haines, Ollie Stanley i Dogwood Clubhouse. Hensley, Barbara Ann Jones,' Miss Belly Newcomb and Loy Wade Lee, Mark W. Melrose, Sarah Elizabeth Miles, Ben Mac White, Patricia Ann Widner, Marsha Lynn William' son, Jactjuelyn Kay Wilson, Jeanie Frances Worlund; Elizabeth Jane Burnett, Patricia Elizabeth Burrow, Jane Frederick Copeland, Mamie Boling Go, Patty Sue Harris, Suann Saliba, Celia Jean Watson, Devrry Jan White and Rhenda Janan White, all of Blytheville, and Sharon Dianne Loveless of Dell. Sharion McCullough is a member of "The Euzelians," who Miss June Craig will be hostesses. All members have been urged to attend to finalize plans for spring activities. fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililililliniliiiini! NEWS OF THE 'COUli •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIBi. ullllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll- Newly - elected officers for won the annual basketball tour- Girl Scout Troop 91 are: treas- nament among Ihree societies i urer, Toni Hopper; scribe, Ceal Blue Mountain College this week. Dr. Morrow Is Chosen Dr. Charles Morrow, husbanc of Mary Francis Nunn, formerly of Blytheville, has been chosen provost of the University of cilia Hughes; patrol leaders, Terri Koonce and Toni Hughes and assistant patrol leaders, Patty Scroggin and Melissa Geiser. These girls will serve for the remainder of the Scout year as the troop completes requirements for the Sign of the Arrow. Carolina. Currently Dr. Morrow is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the general college. He joined the faculty in 1949 after earning his doctor's degree at MIT. bia, Tenn., son of Mr. and Mrs. ; their vows June 29 in the Firs W. C. Van Bibber Jr. of Ely- Baptist Church of Columbia, theville. Miss Callahan is Ihe granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrew Callahan and the late Mr. and Mrs. Felix Weatherford. Mr. Van Bibber is the grandson of Mrs. W. C. Van Bibber Sr. and Ihe late Mr. Van Bibber and Mr. and Mrs. V e s Hobbs. | The bride - elecl graduated from Jones High School in Lynn- G.A.'s Meet Wednesday Girl's Auxiliary of Mary's Chapel Baplisl Church belc their regular meeting Wednesday. Mrs. Burl Thomas led the opening prayer. The litle of the lesson was "Baplisl Aniigo". Those assisting on the pro- yille and Belmonl College in; gram wore Mrs TllomaS) Mar . Nashville where she was a| ly Laml)) Tercsa HamS) Bobbie member of Chi Alpha Nu. | HamS] Wanda Lamb] Mary Tho . Miss Callahan is a teacher in mas, Donna Malone, Teresa the Metro School System ImHuffman and Joyce Malone. Nashville. Mr. Van Bibber is a graduate of Burdetle High School and Arkansas State University Bobbie Hams led the closing prayer and Honda Lamb gave the missionary prayer. Diane Allred was a guest. July 1. Slate University are Mary Jac- He assumes hjs dutj quelme Bennett and You Rosie Chu of Joiner, Sharon Lee Ray of Leachville, Fred Joseph George of Luxora, Robert Word Yates of Wilson, Jane Evelyn Lapides, Julia Ann Moore, Myrna Carol Morris, Penelope Rose Hycknian, Rhebon Kyle Taylor, Max Baker and Suan Ayres Marlock, all of Osceola; Donna Francis Adams, William Brent Carper, Marilyn Sue Cassidy, Patricia Ann Garden Club Will Meet Eastside Garden Club will meet Tuesday .in the home of Mrs. Lee Stiles at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Mae Douglas as co-hostess. Mrs. W. L. Boren will be to charge of the program. History's First Fashion Show at the White House NAMED—Miss Donna Meacham has been named 1968 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for Gosnell High School. This achievement has made her eligible for state and national scholarship awards. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Meacham of Gosnell. Coming Events Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapler 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 Fashion Tips Tomorrow's Fantasies New accessories will heighten ashions in bold Bonnie and Clyde styles, in nostalgic move star take-offs of the 1930s, in •omantic plantation belle inspirations and in farout fantasies of tomorrow. Colors blow hot and cold to touch up mini, midi and max! lengths. Ruffles will flutter, jewels will glitter from new coifs to new boot toes. Ruffled Parasols Among the upcoming fashion are feminine ruffled parasols, i waterproofed for shower and shine. Scarlet O'Hara pin - on curls of dynel, floral facial tattoos for flower children and basket bags with wooden ring all will be seen. 'Jub. Boy, Bxptam SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 223 held their Blue and Gold Banquet at the Razorback Restaurant Tuesday night.. Approximately 183 attended. -Cub Master, Dee Ikenberry, gave the welcome and introduced Den 2 which gave the opening flag ceremony. After dinner,' the following awards were presented: Richard Collier received his Webelos Award and graduated from Cub Scouts. Bear Badges were presented to Dale Smith, Hunt Williams and Clinton Sowle. Gerald Olson was awarded a Wolf Badge and gold arrow points.for Wolf were presented to Mark and Mike Dhority. Chris Brown received a silver arrow point under Wolf. New Bobcats are William Gibson and Mark Stalcup. New Webelos are Jerry Scroggins, Hugh Whitley, Greg Lutz, Chris Brown and Allen Robbins. John Brown received a one- year pin and Nella Lea received a one-year pin and accepted a seven - year pin for Jim Lee. Dorothy Gowen received a three-year pin; Hunt Williams, Eddie Pratt, licky Bobbins, Allen Bobbins, Jerry Scroggins and Chris Brown, also received one-year presented to David Willjami who received a pin (or athletes, sportsman and traveler. Athlete and sportsrnans pins went to Robert Lee, Michael Hardy t David Caine, and Mark Overman. Athlete pins went to Allen Robbins, Eddie Pratt and Chris Brown. Johnny Decalongne received artist and athlete pins. Denner stripes went to David Williams, Frankie Hagen, Hugh j Whitley, Warren Quearry, Kenny Goff, Carl Ikenberry, Dalt Smith and Tony Mills. Assistant denner stripes went lo Mike Hardy, Hunt Williams. Greg Lutz, Ricky Walts, William Gibson, Gerald Olson, David Suners and Robert Kirksey. Billy Meharg accepted a new charter for the pack. Mr. Ikenberry recognized tht work of den molhers, Virginia Draper and Jean Olson, both will soon be leaving Blytheville. Mr. Meharg presented former Cub Master J. C. Gowen and Assistant Cub Master Ernest Baker certificates of apprecia. tion for their work in Scouting. Kent C. Brown, guest speaker, spoke on "Cub Scouting" and "The Meaning of the Cub Scout Oath." Mend Knitwear An easy, effective way to mend small holes in knitwear is iy applying iron-on sock patches. These come in assorted colors, are washable, and have thr same stretchability at the gar- ->;,;„.,:!,<:, _ _ _ SWING INTO SPRING with make-up that's meant to travel. This London look-slicker lip polish is attached to a gold color key chain that can be put on a belt or the top of a boot zipper. Available in sets of two or single, Downtown is a frosty beige with a wink of pink and Uptown, a frosty apricot with sheen. Also soft colors. Bridge League Has Meeting Duplicate Bridge League met Thursday night at Shamrock Lanes. Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. S. E. Black won first, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Foy Etchieson won second and Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. Frank Grigsby won third. The next meeting will be Saturday afternoon at Shamrock Your Paper Boy It's New! It's Different! It's Delicious! Watch this Hewtpaper for Details! By FRANCES LEW1NE Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - History's first White House fashion show had it all—fancy clothes, Beautiful models and a gilded selling—and the President of he United States. President Johnson popped in briefly lo greel wives of Ihe na:ion's governors, guests of Mrs. Johnson's fashion first, and lo ioke: "With so many governors in own, I didn't want.to leave the While House too long." The governors' spouses oohed and aahed at the half-hour array of finery, but were noticeably cool to those miniskirts displayed. They saved their big- gesl applause for long evening dresses emphasizing the feminine look. A while-carpeted, 600-foot run- ] way in the elegant Stale Dining Room was Ihe showcase for the offerings of 25 American designers during the First Family's salute to Ihe nation's garment industry and the "Discover America" program. Excited models changed clothes in the sacrosant Lincoln Bedroom. Narrating the show with Us red, while and blue theme, Nancy White, editor of Harper's Bazaar, said everyone in the garment industry—the nation's fourth largest—was grateful for "the very first time that fashion has come to the White House ai an invited guest." MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees win 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 90c & 35c. Friday, Saturday ft Sunday, Snow continous from 2 p.m. 90c & 3Sc. LAST TIME TODAY (GA) 'THE LONG OUfL" — with Yu/ Brynner and Trevor Howard Blytheville, Ark. eeeeeeeeeeeeee**e«e*eeeeeee»eee**ee*eeee*ee*« TONIGHT IS OPENING NIGHT WITH CD EC SHOW A TKCC FOR ALL THIS IS A NEW SEASON, FOLKS and time for the STARVUE DRIVE-IN FREE SHOW OPENING SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) "a little child shall lead them" FRIDAY & SATURDAY , LEEMARVIM "POINT BLANIT tnfmtliltn'indMilrtcolor \JSS2S, Sun. • Mon. • Tues, How can a child learn to find his place in the world, and makei it a better place to live? We would answer, by having the great treasures of ihe Bible opened up to him, and learning its lessons of love and spiritual power. That's what goes on every Sunday at the Christian Science Sunday School. (CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL Starts 9:30 a.m. Church Rcnicei 11:00 a.m. The Chrlitlan Science Society of Blytheville mmli at the Womea'a Club BiilMtaf, Mil WMt Main Street, BlrtkivlUe, Ark. Welcome Everyone tmim* 'THE MuTrH (A Jerry Lew* Production) "IHE RHTSY SUN. • MON. • TUBS. NC OPENING NIGHT — FRI., MARCH 1 FREE TO ALL — DOUBLE FEATURE He came to tame a bucking bronc called Africa! PA°UOliNT'pia[litES PRESENTS t» Mill TORS PRODUCTION TEXflSSTYlI! COLOR Ei PLUS PLUS CARTOON SAT. & SUN., MARCH 2-3 Its *u T/»« swingin'est ever/ Go.' Gof MHteSan* COMING SOON TO THE BITZ OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE — with Dllck Bogarde * Alarm* Brooki . WAIT UNTIL DARK - with Aubrey Hepburn A Alan Arkin BALLAD OF JOSIE — with Dork Day * Peter Graves BERSERK — With Joan Crawford.* Ty Hardln LT. ROBINSON CRUSOE - With Dick Van Dyke THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE - With Fwd MieMvrray ENTER LAUGHING - With Shelly Winter. FILM RATINGS , •-•-••: •. „ - GA-General AuHlenc* -MV—Adult A Mature young NC—Not Cluilfled PLUS CARTOON Admission $1—All Children Under 12 Free If Accompanied by Parents. During MARCH the Starvue will be open only on Friday . Saturday -and Sunday. Beginning APRIL 1st OPEN FULL TIME.

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