The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1968 · Page 2
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' Plgt Few *• Brythevffle (Art.) Courier Km - Mondey, Msrdi I, »» i — Society News — Pbyllii Reed, Society Editor IN AND AROUND —-BLYTHEVILLE — Larry Douglas, son of Mrs. Ollie Douglas, is home from Vietnam. pital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Warren „.„,„„, spent Hie weekend with their Gary Skelton has just returned son-in-law and daughter, Mr. from Vietnam and is visiting: and Mrs. Larry Edelen, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-1 children, liam Skelton. | They were accompanied The Dell Moon Beam 4-8 Club home by Mrs Edelen and chil- niet Monday night in the home, (lrcn Mr Ede i cn wi n attend a ofjfc. R. C. Riggs. -.New members of the club are: Pamela Flagg, Janie Hen- sjjjn, Sheila Henson, D e w a n a | Q Riggs, Deana Riggs, Phyllis j Room B . 30- Sugnes, Sandra i Reed, Carla ! mechanic school in Chicago for five weeks. Carl Poff is a patient in Hospital. He is in Ensemble Attends Festival The Gosnell High School Girls Ensemble, "The Keynotes," attended a district festival at Arkansas Slate University March Jo Sigmin, Debbie Robertson and Ledona Brinn. L'Olher members RoberUon) son of Mr. 2. The group received the highest rating possible and will attend the state festival to be held in April in Hot Springs. Members of the ensemble are Mrs. C. M. Smart, director, Janie Mitchener, Sandi Karnes, Debbie Wadkins, Reginia Cotton, Janice Comixs, Carol Loyd, Rheta Cotton, Brenda Loyd, Rita Loyd and Beverly Hornbuckle. •mil •1 lits of News! Students Wil I Speak Tuesday American Legion oratorical winners will be presented tomorrow at 6 p.m. when members of Blythevllle Education & mostly ptrionat riitiMiiiiiirilliiiriiliiiililliilliillilliliiiiiilliiiilirilliiriililiiillliff Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley Association meet at Central Ele- relurned home yesterday after mentary School cafe ormm. i ^tui '•«« ... . j ,1 rT1__.,,. IJurtlrnknn lirilt ni<i» spending several days in Little Rock and Springfield, Mo. Chuck, Sandi and Sheri Me- Terry Huckabee will present the following winners: Area and district winner Bee- Fall have returned to Ouachita^ Walter, Bill Fisher, Teresa Baptist University after visiting their parents, Mr. and • M r s. Chuck McFall. Also a guest of the McFalls was Miss Joey Webb, a suite mate of Sandi and Sheri. Mr. and Mrs. Bob R. Cooper of Zachary, La., announce the birth of a daughter born Feb. 29. She has been named Vickie. They are also parents of a daughter, Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Doug , as Robertsoll| \ wj)s dismisse( i Wednesday from attending i B ap tj s t Hospital in Memphis. were Janette Helms, Teresa Walters, Beverly Riggs, Tonya Riggs, Jo Riggs, Re gin a James, Suzanne Todd and Cath- iy Skelton. sMr and Mrs. J. B. Brinn Mr. and Mrs. Gather Cofield of Albertsvillc, Ala., left Monday after a week-end visit with the'ir son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cofield Jjome Saturday from a two-year tfcur of duty in Germany. air. and Mrs. C. W. Pulley menl the weekend in Tigrett, J. B. Bunn of BIytheville. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard and children spent the weekend Snn and were accompanied , with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iftme'hy her father, J. D. Step-!Randy Hudson in luka, Miss. henson. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dildine sMrs. Earnest Morrow is visit- and baby spent the weekend ing her brother and sislcr-in-|wiln her grandparents, Mr. ijiw. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Rich- and Mrs. G. W. Webster, at ajdson in Memphis, after being: Elaine, Ark. dismissed from (lie hospital. SMr. and Mrs. Eslil Williams jjjd'family of BIytheville Air $>rce Base were in Little Rock over Hie weekend lo attend the state basketball tournament. J : Mrs. Don Barnes and son, Tbe Woman ' s Missionary So- Tjmothy, and Mrs. LeRoy Wad- ciety and the Brotherhood of Kins have returned from Wichi-1 Cah , ary B tist Cnurch met ta Falls, Tex., where they visit- , ast week for a c ,, jcken dinner Church Groups Have Dinner ejj relatives. T.-Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moore land to study the book, "Trum- Zero Chapter Wil I Meet Thursday Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Central School Cafetorium. The inspirational thought will be given by Mrs. Jack Hale. The topic of the program will be "Appraising Our Personal Values," and Mrs. Leon Burrow will be program leader. Hostesses will be Miss Mary Hubler, Mrs. James White, Mrs. Lillian Franks. Mrs. Ira Gray, Miss Monta Hughes, Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mrs. C. L. Moore. dijji. children, Randy, Kenny and Anelte of Spiro, Okla., vis-! iled recently with Mr. and Mrs. ' t C. 'A. Sallis and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kennedy. : pets in Dixie," by W. C. Field. Mrs. Roland Fletcher was in of leaching the book and 8lsted Ml ™ d I Mrs. Guy Lowe, Mrs. John . , . I Lamb, Mrs. Louis Mayo, Mrs. i Bo Maynard, Mrs. Charles Mrs. T. J. Richardson is patient in Doctors Hospital. . , James Webster of Nimmons, N'"™ler and Mrs. Ark., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obie Webster and Birthdays Are Celebrated Kimberly Ann and K a r 1 a Kelly celebrated their brithdays with a skating parly Saturday afternoon al Walker Park Roller Drome. Kimberly Ann was 10 years old and Karla was 8. Twenty-five guests attended and game winners were Dale Sanders and Ronnie Sweat. Kimberly Ann and Karla are the daughters of Mr. ad Mrs. Gerald Kelly. | Parker. Mrs. Dub his brother, J a c k y Webster, Mrs. Webster and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dass and family were called to Birmingham. Ala.. Sunday due (o the death of his brother. Paul Gilliland of Dell is a pa- Boren and Mrs. tienl in Kennedy Veteran's Hos-1 Missions." Raymond Grisham, planned the dinner and assisted with serving. The W.M.S. members will meet at the church each morning Ihis week at. 9:30 a.m. for a "Week of Prayer for Home DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees irfll start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. ?5c - Children 35c. Mon. thrn Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c A 35o, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. DOo & 3ic. MONDAY AND TUESDAY NC MHEGHROffiRIHOM ram ojcootw • HOIK wo Dtf o mi Mantz, Gregg Simon and Chad Deal. The public is invited to hear the students speak at 7 p.m. Birthday Is Celebrated Saturday Randy Parminter celebrated Cooper are former faculty^,. ejghtn birthday with a par- members of Dell School. | tv Saturday afternoon at Walk- IIT A D! n ti. A «F.t«rr Unn .tn{>i»n * . — .. *t W. A. Bickerstaff has returned from Tupelo, Miss., and is er Park Roller Drome. and Sixteen guests attended at Parkview Manor Nursing game w j nners wsre Mark John- Home, Room 14. He wasj son j oe Qilbow and Randy brought to BIytheville last week p arm j n ter. by his son, Raymond Bickerstaff, of Ames, la. Bridge League Has Meeting Saturday Duplicate Bridge League met Saturday afternoon at Shamrock Lanes for master point games. Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Charles Langston won first, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. Ed Dicks won second, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Foy Etchieson won third and Mr, and Mrs. M. M. Handle won fourth. Regular master point games will be played Thursday. Homemakers Sharpen Shears Scissors and pinking shears deserve professional sharpening or their usfeulness is dulled. Pinking shears can be perked up though by cutting through a Colt. Bar. SCOUT NEWS The Mississippi County District of Boy Scouts will sponsor a junior leadership training course .at Crowley Ridge State Park, Walcott, Ark. The event will begin Friday, March 8, at 6 p.m. and end Saturday, March 9, at 4 p.m. Training for senior patrol leaders, assistant patrol leaders and junior assistant Scoutmasters in Scout skills will be held... The Scouts will be trained in 10 skills including rope making, double strip of aluminum foil j lashings, actionship, compass, several times. signaling, first a\d, tracking ar.d trailing, hiking methods, packs, how to pack packs and Push Away from Television To avoid eyestrain, always keep at least six feet away from your television set and don't concentrate too intently on the picture. The room where you have your set should be neither too dark nor too light. Moderate, indirect light is best. When you are mixing honey and butler to use a spread, be sure to have both the honey and the butter at room lemper- alure so that they will blend easily and well. Store the mix- lure in the refrigerator: it's delicious served on hot biscuits, toasl, pancakes. Sparks Suits The shirt is everywhere this spring. It can overflow with ruffles and jabots and the long sleeves are cuffed at the wrist. The shirt sparks suits, tucks under jumpers and adds a third dimension to suit looks. Bulletproof Vest Will washables never cease? If you are in London with $300 to spare, you can buy a wo- I man's bulletproof vest made of drip-dry nylon and tilanium. Its purpose has not been revealed. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE — with DIJck Boiarde * Mirjrret Brooks WAIT UNTIL DARK — with Aubrey Hepburn * Alan Arkla StAM.AD OF JOSIE — with Doris Day A. Peter-GravM BBESERK — With Joan Crawford & Ty Hirdln LTv ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Dick Tan Dyke THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE — With Fred MaeMiuT*y ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelly Wlntera • ' ; "" FILM RATINGS ' A—Adulli GA—General Audlenc* A-MY—Adult A Mature Yotuv NC—Not Classified Your Friendly Theatr* OSCEOLA • •••••-•••••tee******** MON. &TUES. how to build campfires. Col. Bruce Reuteler is overall chairman of the event. Randy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parminter. nemember Pay Your Paper Boy A "NIGHT SHIRT" isn't something to sleep in. It's something to wear at the most wide-awake, romantic spring happenings. It's fusses and frills, ruffles and bustles, with lavish lace at the cuffs, throat and bosom. It is deceptively demure in old-fashioned seersucker that "clings with a zing." Sardo fashion and beauty advisers report that the "night shirt" requires two maps to receive its full due—soft as spring skin and soft curls—the cascade kind that make sure you can flirt in this season's version of the shirt. Cinderella has a ball She's as bright as a sunbeam in a mass of Art Nlovsau blooms with » double helping of whifs platter collar., Cinderella® adds the luxury of no-iron STOP THE PRESS* she knows ihat's what mothers like besf. A blend of i5% Dacron/35% estton with the modern day miracle of STOP THE PRESS* premim thit those bloomt w!|| never wilt er wrinkle. In coral and blue, sizes 3-6 end 7-14, Cbickasaw Saddlers Club Has Meeting Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers Club held their regular meeting Saturday night at Dogwood Clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riggs and family were invited as prospective members of the club. Miss Betty Newcomb showed a vairety of slides on Colorado and Wyoming. The slides featured rodeo events and Indians and scenic j attractions, according to a club I spokesman. In the business session, final plans for spring activities were discussed. Miss June Craig and Miss Newcomb, hostesses, served refreshments of cake, iced drinks and coffee. At the April meeting, the film ."The Arabian Horse," will be | shown. Coming Events Monday Joy Rebekah Lodge 18 Trinity Baptist W.M.U. Dell Baptist W.M.U. Dell Methodist W.S.C.S, First Baptist W.M.U. Day Circle 1:30 p.m.; Night Circle 7 p.m. Ridgecrest Baptist W.M.U. Yarbro Methodist W.S.C.S. Rebekah Lodge 18 Tops Club 7 p.m. Hospitality Room First National Bank Altar and Rosary Society of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Wesleyan Service Guild, at 7:30 p.m. Group One, Mrs. Rex Warren, Group Two Mrs. Mrs. H. D. Jackson. First Methodist W.S.C.S. 1 p.m. at church. • Tuesday Band Parents 7:30 p.m. at Band Building First Baptist Day Circle 1:30 p.m. Night Circle 7 p.m.- Broadmoor Garden Club. Eastside Garden Club. BIytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association 10:30 a.m. Yarbro Baptist W.M.U. Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi. Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday Bridge Club. Contract Club. Charlevoix Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution 1 p.m. BIytheville Country Club. Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club. Dell Kiwanis Club. Wednesday BIytheville Garden Club. ' First Baptist Day Circle 7:20 p.m. Night Circle 7:20 p.m. ' T & C Bunco Club. Narazrene- World Mission So- 'ciety. . Hannah Class of First Baptist Church. Down One Bridge Club : Wednesday Bridge Club. Thursday Kibitzer Club. First Baptist Day Circle 1:SO p.m. Night Circle 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, 7:30 p.m. Central Cafetorium. i Omicron Chapter Alpha Delta Kappa Thursday Club. Friday First Baptist Day Circle 10:39 a.m. Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League 115 p.m. Shamrock Lanes. Variety Club. Preventative Measure Winter winds and overheated rooms play havoc with your skin. Be sure that you use a good lubricating cream or lotion every evening before bedtime. This will prevent chapping and roughness and assure you of a smooth complexion. ANNOUNCING.' KAREN JOLLY IS NQW WITH BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP Ph. PO3-3676 — 90S N. lOtb Other Operators: Barbara Sharp* Betty Webb bring...and BY Random tandem.. .The •- eyeeatchlngestjet- together* going oh thi» eranyother planet. Smash new looks in tnubbely. textured blendship of 85%nyon-15%*c*tat« shaded citruteeol for summer. Sim 5-15. Lett: yoke-top pants, . ..Knit 100% cotton slipon, 34-40, •*& Right: lined jacket, .A-lir* skirt, . Lone-sleeve bow blouse, print 100% cotton, i •, Use Our Convenient Lay-A-Way!

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