The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1968 · Page 2
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Fig* Pour - Blytlieville (Ark.) Courier Ntw> - Saturday. March t, ,TBN«H'« 1 r '' '' — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor^ Ph. PO 3-4461 DAR Meets Tuesday How Die United Slates is' followed by a visit to the Com- lining lo win (he Viclnam'bal Ready headquarters. i'ar was explained by Dr. John The tour ended in Washington ,' Hard in an illustrated talk ; with a briefing at the Pentagon. ) members of liic Charlcvoix'; Dr. Hard, and a Memphis •haplur, Daughters of (he|man. were the only members \merican Ilevolulion Tuesday!of n, e Mid-South selected for I a luncheon at Blyllicville i this conference and tour, ar- 'ountry Club, according lo a ranged by the federal govern- lub spokesman. jinent. As one of 72 persons selected At the luncheon, he was in- Miss Tart Engaged To Dennis D. Darby Mrs. Ethel Tart of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Brenda Sue, to Dennis Dewayne Darby, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ben Darby. Miss Tart is the daughter of the late Charles Tart. Grandparents of the bride- elect are Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reed of Bernie, Mo., and the- late Mr. and Mrs. James Tart. Mr. Darby is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Altaian and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Darby. Miss Tart is a 1964 graduate of Blytheville High and is em ployed by American Greetings Corporation in Osceola. Mr. Darby was graduatec from Blytheville High School in 1960 and from Arkansas Voca- llonal Technical School in Pine Bluff. He served in the United States Army and is iiow employed with Missouri - Arkansas Communications and Electronics. The couple will he wed Apr! 20 at 8 p.m. in Ihe Clear Lake Baptist Church. Mrs. Robinson Honored With Party Thursday Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 181 freshments of coffee, iced drin members honored Mrs. Jewel Robinson with a going • away party Thursday night In the home of Mrs. Mary Warren. Mrs. Robinson will be moving this weekend to Savannah, Tenn Fifteen members were present. The home was decorated with Easter Lillies and Greenery and decorated candy dishes were used throughout the home. The door prize, an earring and necklace set, was won by Mrs. Warren. Mrs. Warren presented the prize to the honoree. After gifts were opened, re- Mrs. Williams Hosts Club Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr. was hostess Thursday to the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Johnny H. White won high and Mrs. Charles Afflick won second. Mrs. Hugh Magavney was a guest at the dessert bridge. Mrs. John Watson will be liosless for next Thursday's meeting. cake and other party food were served. Members discussed the two state meeting that will be hel this month and all m e m b e r were urged to attend drill prac tice at Monday's regular meei ing. A good-bye was said to An Nance, who will visit for sever al months in Aurora, 111. It was announced that Jani Zeidner, a former lodge mem her, and son Joe of Clearfield Utah, will arrive in Blythevill next week for a visit. Co-hoslesscs for the part were Lucille McGregor a n Amelia Dietich. •oughout the United Stales for joinl civilian oriental ion con- crcncc with the Joint Chiefs of iaff of Armed Forces, Dr. spent eight days visiting Iralegic defense installations traduced by Mrs. Conner Taylor. Mrs. John S. Cherry read a letter from the president general. The letter described a visit to hospitals in Vietnam. or dennmstratimis of defense j Mrs. W. J. Pollard extended ctivities and attending brief- an invitation for members to igs concerning the war. | visit the local Red Cross office He showed films of his trip!to read letters of thanks from imt began in San Francisco.' the service men who received In San Diego he visited the' Christmas dilty bags sent by lircraft carrier, Ranger, and Ne carrier, Vancouver. ]n Colorado Springs, the ;roup visited the installation for lefense of North America. They visited the Strategic Air Command Headquarters in Omaha, Neb., the Marine Air Field a Cherry Point, N. C., and Ft. iragg N. C., where they saw a demonstration in use of naplan the chapter. Members who will attend the annual State Conference in Fort Smith March 21 through 23 are: Miss Marty Farrell, Mrs. Graham Parllow Jr., Mrs. Richard Reid, Mrs. Conner Taylor and daughter, Susan, who will serve as page. Miss Farrell, regent, presided. First Baptist WMS Concludes Week of Prayer First Baptist Women's Missionary Society met Thursday 'or their third meeting during ,hb "Week of Prayer for Home Missions." The meeting was opened by singing hymns, led by M r s. Wayne Friday. She was accom- lanicd on the piano by Mrs. Alvis Carpenter. Bridge Club Has Luncheon Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr was hostess for a luncheon for Thursday Bridge Club. Guests attending were Mrs. Ed Stacy, Mrs. M. M. Randle and Mrs. William Pollard. Mrs. John Cherry won high and Mrs. Harry Kirby won second. Mrs. Byron Morse will be hostess for next week's meeting. Mrs. C. L. Evans gave the call to prayer and Mrs. E. F. Bloymeyer gave the opening prayer. The program entitled "That Our Land May Know Him," was led by Mrs. R. 0. Belknap Jr. Those gram comb man. Mrs. Friday gave the closing assisting on the pro- were Mrs.' C. R. New- and Mrs. Steve Weid- RECIPlENT-Lilli Ann Dann is the Blylheville Senior High School recipient of the Betty Cracker Search for the Homemaker of Tomorrow local award. Miss Dann is a senior at Blytheville High School and Ihe daughter of Mrs. Mavis Dann. PTA Reports Bud Green of the Nationa Education Foundation of the National Heritage Center i Searcy will be the speaker a the Gosnell PTA meeting Mon day night at 7:30 in the cafetor ium of Gosnell school. Green will speak on problem facing American families, in eluding rebellious youth, inter nal problems with communism and black power. All parents, teachers and in terested persons are invited, Lt Col. Wes King, Gosnell P1Y president, stated. Bridge League Meets Thursday Duplicate Bridge League me Thursday nighl at Shamroci Lanes; Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs King Tetley won first, Mrs. Iv concluded their Foster and Mrs. M. Mi Randl ^lllinilllllliiillDiiiiinniiinninraiHiiiiiilillllllllllllllii^ pits of Newsf si f: 1 moillu personal I • y r | fniiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiir Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Cave City, Avk., where they visited Mrs. McGregor's sister, Mrs. Harold Gollop and Hev. Gollop. prayer. The W.M.S. 'Week of Prayer for Home Missions." when they met at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the church. The meeting was opened with the singing of hymiis. led by Mrs. Wayne Friday and accompanied by Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt. Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr. 'gave the call to prayer and presented the program entitled "That He May Speak Through Us." The meeting closed with a "chain of prayers." Won second, Mrs. 0. W. Me Cutchen and Mrs. Audrine Freeman won third ond Mrs John Cherry and Mrs. M. L Reed won fourth. The league met this afternoo at 1:15 p.m. at Sands Motel. All future meetings will b at the Sands. nemember Pay Your Paper Boy Coming Events Monday American Legion Auxiliary Beacon Baptist W.M.A. First Christian C.W.F. circles Blytheville Hairdressers Blytheviile Little Theatre YMCA, 7:30 p.m. Sac-ettes E. H. Club. Lake Street Methodist WSCS Ridgecrest Baptist W.M.U. Rebekah Lodge 18, IOOF Hall 8 p.m. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Idwards, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Ladies Golf Association Clinic 10:30 a.m. Blylheville Country Club British Wives Club, 1551-A S. r th St. Blytheville Air Force 3ase Combined Blytheville Junior and Senior High School P.T.A., p.m. Contract Club Dell Kiwanis Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Business and Professional Women's Club. Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern Star , Armorel-ettes E.- H. Club Yarbro E. H. Club Officers' Wives' Club Luncheon Burdette P.T.A. Wednesday Tops Razbrback Trimettes, p.m. Hospitality Room Firs National Bank Wednesday Bridge Club Down One Bridge Club 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 Dogwood E. H, Club Sudbury P.T.A. Dell P.T.A. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League, Sands Motel. Aitrusa Club of Blytheville Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Golden Age Club Lutheran Women's Guild Thursday Club Club 28 Kibitzer Club Family Service Coffee, Blytheville Air Force Base Rebekah Class of Gosnell Baptist Church Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N, P.E.O. Saturday .. . Duplicate Bridge Leagus, Sands Motel. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2 BIG FEATURES Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • Saturday Sun. • Mon. • Tues. Adventure On The Grand Scale! STEVE MCQUEEN "THE SAND rr PEBBLES IN COLOR Weekdays, one show nightly at 7:30 p.m. Sat. &Sun, Matinee at 2:30 p.m., night •How at 7:30 p.m. MINCE IS« GOD! GET OUT OF THEIR WAY ...if you can! ROGER CORMAN nuwn . AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL™ [DEVIL'S FANGELS . __ ^CASSAVETES ««;> ADAMS *«.IARMI.R .PANAVISIONmCOLOR ..CHARLES GRIFFITH •,...,„„ DANIEL HALLER •»»„, BURT TOPPER ©19fi7 American International Plcturat PLUS "THUNDER ALLEY" with Fabian & Annette Funicello 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. 3 DAYS ONLY! Begins Monday, March 11th BUILD BABY'S PHOTO ALBUM WITH Beautiful 5x7 photograph, for only 59 Non-alar* lights ••t natural fmiles. WXY..MN-UM IXCIUHVRY AT MNNIY'I HOURS: 9:30 TO 12 & 1 TO 5:00 Do your baby-bragging with a beautiful photo... "worth more than a thousand words." Get a completely finished photograph for only 59*. You will not be urged to buy but if you wish the remaining poses they're yours for 1.35 for the.first, 1.25 for the 2nd and $1 . for any additional. • • AOI LIMIT 5 ye«n. One or two children per family will b* photographed ilngly for 29« «gch for the ftut plcturt. Each additional child under five, 1,50. • IN BLYTHEVILLE-In a scene from the National Chil- •; dren's Theatre production of "King Midas and the Golden Touch," Princess Dorothea (Kathie Everet) holds the heavy ': crown of Festo (Lawrence Mooney), as the king's jester attempts to cheer her. Beta Chapter of Delta Gamma, sponsor, ' will present the play March 21 and 22 in the Blytheville High School Auditorium. ' ' • DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees nfll start at 1:1» pj«. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: Nation*! Holidays ^Advance AdmiMion Prices). Special fldult;trices I to 4 p.m. 75c - Children SSo. Mon.,thro Thurs. 'After4 p.m. Regular admission flfto It 35c. Friday, Saturday A Sunday, Snow continous from z p.m. 90e & 35fr IVTURDAY ONLY (A-MY) DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) 1VIGM presenlt Chatfatt lasT Challenge inPanavision'afidMetrocolor mm liVE InMEIBOCOliaill SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. (A-MY) AUDREY HEPBURN ALAN ARKIN RICHARD CRENNA W-. EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR (n«w COMING SOON TO THE RITZ VALLEY OF THE DOLLS Coming March 14 BALLAD OF JOSIE — with Doris Day & Peter BERSERK — With Joan Crawford & Ty Hardin Lt. ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Dick Van Dyke THE HAPPIST MILLIONAIRE — With Fred MacMurrar ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelley Winters BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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