The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 5, 1968
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~ BlythnvflU (Afk.) CwAw N«*t - Tu«dty, Mar* I, — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Orpheus Club HasRec entMeeting Blylhevillc Orpheus Music Club mcl Feb. 27 in the home »f Mrs. George Lee. : The theme of the program was "Parade of American Music," Hostesses were Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. A. H. Webb and Mrs. Charles Jones. ' The meeting opened with the group singing "Arkansas" by Eva Ware Gannett, accompanied by Ellis Stanford. .' Ellis Slanford and Gaynclle Hendrix presented a piano duet, ""Stars and Stripes Forcer" by John Phillip Sousa. ; "The Moon Drops Low" by Cadman, and "By the Waters bf Minnetonka" was by Bernice Wprfflerlich, violin obligate and Frances Jackson, mezzo - soprano. : pdna Ear] Redman gave a discussion on McDowell Col- pify-\ ''Witches Dance," "To the Sea/' and "A. D. 1620" by McDowell were played by pianist Ellis Stanford. Mickey Allen, accompanied i by Bernice Wunderlich on the autoharp, sang "1 Wonder as I Wander." Group singing of spirituals 'Give Me That Old Time Religion," "Nobody Knows t h e Trouble I've Seen," and "I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray" iwas accompanied by Mildred Berryman. ; "Indian Love Call" by Friml and "At Dawning" by Cadman. were presented by Bernice Wunderlich, violinist, and accompanist, Margaret Whiscn- hunl. "Will 0' the Wisp" by Spross and "Summertime" by Gershwin were presented by soprano, i Mamie Harrison and accompanied by Marguerite Patrick. "A Day in Venice," a suite by Novin, "Dawn," "Gondolier' "Venetian Love Song" and "Good Night" were presented by pianist, Elizabeth Smart. i A vocal trio composed of Lonnie Harrison, Rosemary Williams and Mittye Brown, sang "I Talked to God Last Night" by Guion and "An Old-fash- . toned Garden 1 ' by Cole Porter, Frances Jackson and Margaret Whisenhunt presented a pi- I a Hi-organ duet of "Paean for a Festival" by Jane Lorem and "To a Water Lilly" by McDowell. I Group Singing of "If I Could Tell You" by Firestone, "Home ion (he Range" a western folk song, and "A Perfect Day" by i Carrie Jacobs-Bond, were ac- iconipanicd by Gaynelle Hendrix. Mrs. Roger Patrick led the | hymn of [he month "Rise Up 0 I Men of God." Guests of the club were Mrs. M. S. Johnstone and Mr. Jim Lee. j Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt will be . hostess for the March 26 meeting. Society Has Meeting Altar and Rosary Society of Immaculate Conception Oath- olic Church met last night. Mrs. Russell Simpson, presi' dent, presided over the business meeting. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Joe Sioberl. Rev. Joseph Doyle opened the meeting with prayer. A report on a dance to be held March 15 at the school i auditorium was given by Mrs. Eddie Pliaroh. ; Mrs. Lois Taush was welcomed as a new member. Rev. Doyle presented the program entitled "The Vatican j Council." He announced that a mission will be held at the church ! March 24. | Door prize was won by Mrs. Wallace Smith. Mrs. Sterling Martin and Miss Christine Grady were hostess- Mrs. T. L. Slandord and Mrs. |\V. J. Wunderlich represented Blytlieville Orpheus Music Club al a business meeting held in Jonesboro Feb. 28 to plan for a stale convention, to meet in May i at Jonesboro. Weskyan GuiU Study Groups Met Monday • Wesleyan Service Guild »f the First Methodist Church' met in homes last, night for study group meetings. The book being studied is "En counter of the F a i t h s" by George W. Carpeiter and the chapter studied last night by 'all three groups was "Secularism." ' Group One met in the home of Mrs. Rex Warren. Mrs. Ira Gray gave the devotional. . A. guest of Group One, Mrs. C. G. Redman, presented the study followed by a period of general discussion. : Refreshments were served by the hostess. Group Two met with Mrs. Frank Ashby. The devotional was presented Dqrrin Hicks Celebrates First Birthday Darrin Pikey Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks, celebrated his first birthday Sunday afternoon with a party at his home. The party room was decorated throughout with clowns, colored balloons, and crepe paper streamers. Favors of pinwheels, hats, surprise boxes and whistles were given the guests. Refreshments of a circus clown birthday cake, sherbet flower pots decorated with individual candy clowns and iced drinks were served. Special guests attending were the honoree's great - grand- 'mother, Mrs. Hortense Meattle, of Portageville, Mo., his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pikey Jr. of Conran, Mo., and Mrs. Anderson Hicks of Holland, Mb. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tillman and, children, Debbie and Sam of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pikey and sons, Sam Jr. and Brent of Conran, Miss Sharon Hicks of Holland and Mrs. Augusta Hickman of Conran. Dell WSCS Meets Monday "The World Day of Prayer by Mrs. W. R. Summerville and Service" at the Dell Methodist Miss Monta Hughes. , Church Women's S o c i e t yof Miss Janet Taylor gave t h e ] c|)rjsllan Service moct|ng Jast hostess served refresh-1 ™8"t ™ led * Mrs. Noble merits. 'Gill. Group Three met in the home | Assisting Mrs. Gill was Mrs. Bryan Wright Has Birthday Bryan Wright celebrated his seventh birthday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Guests were the students of Fairview First Grade. David Olson, Frankie Hopper and Scott Hancock were game winners. Bryan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Wright. of Mrs. H. D. Jackson with Mrs. Mary Johnson as co-host- ss. Mrs. E. B. Spaeth gave the devotional and Mrs. Ralph Berryman gave the study. Refreshments were served. Twenty - three persons attended the three meetings. Study groups will met again the first Monday in April in the following homes: Group One with Mrs. T. J. Bailey, 0. E. Hunnicull and Mrs. Boyce Russell. Scripture readings were by Mrs. Russell Greenway, Mrs. John Stevens and Mrs. Dallas flrownlce. Mrs. Jesse Bruncr, president, and Mrs. M. J. BroWnlee showed a film entitled "The Bolivia Team." Group Two with Mrs. Garth Mrs - Bi " Kbrncr was hostcss Castlio and Group Three with j to the'13 members attending Mrs. Neta Bunch. 'and refreshments were served. Umbrellas on Scene Botli chains and ruffles figure importantly throughout umbrella collections for spring showers. Umbrellas are in high-gloss patent effects with textures in hot colors. From Paris and Rome come umbrellas with and border designs in colors both hot and cool, never in-between. Rainwear Togetherness Here's a good trick to keep small rubbers and rainwear from getting separated or mislaid: Give each child two sets of brightly painted clothespins, decorated with his initials in a contrasting color, to clip rubbers or boots in pairs, and rain hat to raincoat. Mrs. Gill Hostess To Dell Baptist WMU. Dell Baptist Church Women's |J. T. Tate and Mrs. Walter Missionary Society met la s t, Dyre. night in the home of Mrs. Brax-1 Mrs. Victor Mallory, Mrs. ton Gill, Harold Stumbaugh and Miss It was the church's first Beverly Stumbaugh were wel- meeting for the Week of Prayer j corned as new members, 'or Home Missions. I Mrs. Russell was in charge of Mrs. Robert Payne was in j the business meeting, charge of the program. Assist-1 Plans were made for the state ng her were Mrs. Carl Lee; W.M.U. Convention to be held Russell, Mrs. Doyle Houston, March 5 in West Memphis. The group changed their meeting ttee to 7:30 p.m. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Contest Is May 4 Tbe Miss Arkansas Universe contest will be held May 4, at the Eugene Wood Civic Center in West Memphis. , i Pageant winner will receive .an all-expense paid trip to Mi- 5 ami Beach, Fla., for two Weeks to compete with winners from other states. Further information may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Marti Meroney, Miss Arkansas- Universe Pageant, P. 0. Box 113, West Memphis, Ark. Tickets will be on sell at the door and the public is invited to attend. First Baptist Night WMS Has Week of Prayer Meeting Walter Glenn Garden Club Speaker Walter Glenn, District Manager of Turf and Garden Sales of Memphis, will discuss t h t use of fertilizer and tie care of flowers, lawn and trees, at the meeting of the Blytlieville Garden Club on Wednesday, March 6, at the Blytheville Woman's Club building. The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. and the public is invited to attend. Mrs. D. C, Pafford will be program leader. OFFICE CLERKS Modern air conditioned office, paid holidays and vacations, discounts on purchases, 5 day -, -10 hour work week and starting salaries from $64 per week up, depending upon background, reg- . ular merit increases. These and many other benefits are available to high school graduates who are interested in a career opportunity. These positions require previous office or customer contact experience. CALL PO 3-1100 FOR APPOINTMENT Montgomery Word The Night Women's. Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church met for a covered disli dinner in the fellowship hall, last, night. This was the first of four meetings lo be held in the observance of "Week of Prayer for Home Missions," Twenty - four members and two guests, Mrs. Forrest Jarrell and Mrs. Aivis Carpenter, were present. The meeting was called to order by repeating the watchword led by Mrs. Ted King, W.M.S. president. Mrs. Phillip . Deer gave the opening prayer- • ' Minutes of the last meeting Flanigan, secretary. Progrom theme for the week, "Pray in One Accord," was introduced by Miss Minnie Brown prayer chairman. Mrs. N. F. Marshall gave the devotional and used as her theme. "If." She offered pray- er for missionaries with birthdays. Mrs. Carpenter, guest speaker, spoke on, "Pray In One Accord That His People May Receive Power." Prayers were by Miss Mary j Sue Wright, Miss Jewel Lee, Mrs. Dessie Wallas, Mrs. Edith j Patterson, Mrs. Travis Books, ' Mrs. Ted King, Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mrs. Phillip Deer. The offering was taken by Miss Mayo Jiisfus. Miss Minnie Brown was in charge of table decorations. The refreshment table w a s centered with an arrangement of spring' violets and white swans. Folders on prayer were placed on the table. The First Baptist Church Night W.M.U. met for break- with 16 members present. Miss Ruby Brown gave the IN BLYTHEVILLE I'LAZA SHOPPING CENTER CLEANING SPECIALS GOOD THRU FRIDAY MEN'S and LADIES' PANTS When Rrouclil In With A S3.00 DRV CLKANING OIIDKR. Ilrlnt As .Many At Sc As You Have Order (o Cove.rl 5 BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED fc PRESSED Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY "THE TAMING OF THE SHREW" STARTS WEDNESDAY 7 BIG DAYS Adventure On The Grand Scale! STEVE McQUEEN "THE SAND PEBBLES" IN COLOR RECENT BRIDE—Mrs. Earl Davis announces .the marriage of her daughter, Miss Kathy Button, to John Clifford Johnson of Manila. The bride is the daughter of the late Henry Sutton of Blytheville and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson of Manila. They are making their home in Blytheville. Mrs. Johnson is a student at Blytheville High School and Mr. Johnson is engaged in farming at Manila. VIrs. Clinton Smith and Mrs. ill- Prayers were by Mrs. E d Hardin, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. call to praye* and requested prayer for missionaries with birthdays today. Miss Minnie Brown and Mrs. Charles Flanigan used as their program theme "Pray in. One Accord That His Message May Be Proclaimed." Mrs. Joe Wasliam gave tliel closing prayer. Napkins, in keeping with the "Season of Prayer" theme, and prayer reminders were placed on the table. The W.M.S. Wednesday at the church at 7:30 p.m. and at 7 a.m. for breakfast at the church Thursday. DUBING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (isxceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). ' Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75o - Children 35c. ; Mon. thro Thurs. After 4 p.m. Secular admission SOc & 35o. Friday, Saturday &. Sundayi .Snow continous from 2 p.m. DOc & 35c. LAST TIME TODAY "GRAND SLAM" — with Janet Leigh (NC) WED. • THURS. e (A-MY) "Splendid! A modern'gothic tale of innocence and evil!" -T/me/uagavne "A movie you won't want to miss!" — Judith Crist, ih« Today Show •"' "••""«!• •'•'•^•^^^••^•^••^•^•^•Hl Melro-Goldwyn-Mayer<*d F DirkBoaarden Jack Clayton's film of Our Mother^ House » in Melfocotor • COMING SOON TO THE RITZ WAIT UNTIL DARK — with Aubrey Hepburn * Alan Arkln BALLAD OF JOSIE — with Doris Day & Peter Graves BERSERK — With Joan Crawford & Ty Hardin LT. ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Dick Van Dyke THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE — With Fred MacMurray ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelly Winter, First Presbyterian Council Has Luncheon Monday The executive council of the Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty. First Presbyterian Church met! The minutes of the previoui Monday March 4 in the social rooms of (he church for a luncheon and business meeting. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. J. E. Beasley, and Mrs. Stephen Johns. Mrs. Arnold Britton, presi- meeting were read and approved and Mrs. Edgar Borum gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Driver Godley, ecumenical mission* chairman, announced a mission dinner on March 13 with Calvin Baird as Coming .Events dent, conducted the business | guest speaker, meeting. Rev. Martin Wilkinson, pastor The devotional was given by announced the church's plans for the Easter season. Rev. Wilkinson will be speaker at sunrise services at Blytheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. I. M. Tuesday Castillo were nominated as del- Alnhfl Alnha Thanfpr RP t-i e S aies io a Presbylerical in Si™. Phi Be (Wynne, Ark. March 14, *7t r, ,. ™ • . „ * Alternates are Mrs. Roland Alpha Delta Chapter B e t a | Rounsaville and Mrs Jim Sigma Phi iTompkins. ; Circles will meet next Monday in the following homes: Circle One with Mrs. A. H. Taylor, at 9:30 a.m. • Circles Two through Five will Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday Bridge Club. Contract Club. Charlevoix Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution FILM RATINGS A—Adulti . GA—General Audlenc* A-MY—Adult It, Mlture Young NC—Not Classified 1 p.m. Blytheville Country Club. Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club. Dell Kiwanis Club. Wednesday Blytheville Garden Club. First Baptist .Day Circle 7:20 p.m. Night Circle 7:20 p.m. T & C Bunco Club. Narazrene World Mission Society. Hannah Class of First Baptist Church. Down One Bridge Club Wednesday Bridge Club. Thursday Kibitzer Club. First Baptist Day Circle 1:30 p.m. Night Circle 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League Sramrock Lanes. Zeta Chapter of Delta kappa Gamma, 7:30 p.m. Central Cafetorium. Omicron Chapter Alpha Delta Kappa. Thursday Club. Friday First Baptist Day Circle 10:30 a.m. Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League 1:15 p.m. Shamrock Lanes. Variety Club. meet at 2 p.m. Circle Two will meet with Mrs. Conner Taylor, Circle Three will meet with Mrs. Walter Cates, Circle Four will meet with Mrs. • Aubrey Conway and Circle Five will meet with Mrs. George Wilson. Circle Six will meet, with Mrs. Russell Mosley and Mrs.; Thomas Snowden will be hostess for Circle Seven. Both thes« circles will meet at 7:30 p.m. ANNOUNCING! KAREN JOLLY IS NOW WITH BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP Ph. P03-3676 — 903 N. lOtl Ot H er Operators: Barbara Sharpe Betty Webb LOVE LUCY 6:00 Determined to have ft well-spoken offspring, although its arrival is months away, Lucy engages a tutor of English. DAKTARI 6:30 A strange, ape-like creature Is seen and Dr. Marsh Tracy's staff pursues it, hoping to find a prehistoric monster. In color.. ; . , , RED SKELTON 7:30 ,<i Pianist Liberace and the pinging group The Young Folk pay a visit to America's favorite clown. In color. S. HUROK PRESENTS Part II 8:30 A 90-mInute special presenting Artur Rubinstein, pianist; David Oist'rakh, violinist; The Bolshoi Ballet, »nd impresario Sol Hurok. In color. . r—10 O'CLOCK NEWS t WEATHER —, I with FRED COOK. A full JO-mimite report of I I local »nd rational news—and weather. In color. ] THE LATE MOVIE.. 10:20 Land of the Pharoahs Joan Collins Jack Hawkins

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