The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1968 · Page 2
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.*".', - Kythevfflt (ArU Courier Newi - M«i««y, M«rdi tl, Miss Barbara Ann Fowler •-.—( Newsom To Mrs. Kennedy Is Visiting In Mexico PAU5NQUE, Mexico (AP) Under a waning moon, Mrs, lohn F. Kennedy gazed at the ancient Mayan temples of Pa- enque Sunday night and said: 'This is simply magnificent." Clad in silk slacks and blouse, Ars. Kennedy and 10 companions rode horseback to the ruins, which include some of the inest examples of Mayan archi- ecture. Mrs. Kennedy said she be- ieved (lie Mayan group was more Impressive than the amed temples of Cambodia which she visited last year. About 500 miles westward, President Johnson's elder daughter, Lynda Bird, and her husband, Capt. Charles F. bb, spent Sunday fishing and swimming off Acapulco. The couple cruised aboard the private yac.it of [ormer President Miguel Alemari. They are vaca- :ioning before Robb leaves for Vietnam. Mrs. Kennedy arrived Friday :or a week of visiting ancient Mexican cities on the Yucatan Peninsula. With her are former Deputy Defense Secretary Ros- wcil Gilpalrick, Mr. and Mrs. Joao Roberto Sampaio Hafers of Santos, Brazil, and the secret service man. J>r. and Mrs. Charles W. Filter of Little Rock, announce th&i*ngagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Edwin djeorge Newsom, son of Mr. ajd Mrs. George A. Newsom, ajso of Little Rock. piss Fowler is the grand- diughter of Mrs. Sam Simmons add the late Mr. Simmons of Dfcll and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cfewler of Little Rock. tMr. Newsom is the grandson of Mrs. George W. Newsom and the late Mr. Newsom, and Mrs. Paul H. Johnson and the late Mr. Johnson, all of Little Ripck. |The bride-elect is a graduate of Hall High School in Little Rock and attended the University of Arkansas. She will graduate in March from the University of Tennessee Dental Hy giene School. She is a member of the American Dental Hyglcnlst Associa Uon. He is a senior mechanical engineering student at the Univer sity of Arkansas. He is a member of Theta Tau a professional engineers frater nity, and a member of ASMB and is secretary of Ihe engi necring council. The couple will be marriet June 1 in the'Pulaski Heights Methodist Church in Little Rock. New Liberty WMS Has Week of Prayer "'The Woman's Missionary So-i of New Liberty Baptist Church met daily last week in observance of Week of Prayer for Home Missions. The theme for the week was "Pray in One Accord." ••Eleven members were pres- efit Monday when the day's t|eme was "That His People May Receive Power." ^Following the opening prayer led by Mrs. J. L. Fondren, Mrs. Charley Lulcs gave a sketch on the life of Annie Armstrong. -.'Mrs. Clexlon Eubanks, assisl- e3 by Mrs. Reva Lloyd, Mrs. Rpndren and Mrs. William Iianglcy presented (he program. } Following the program, a covered dish luncheon was served a^ the church. i;Rev. Ray Tweed, pastor of the church, and Rev. Jim Elam song leader for the revival, The theme was "That the Bruised May be Healed" and Mrs. V. C. Gunter and Mrs, Clexton Eubanks assisted. Ten members were present Mrs. Bess Burks led Ihe open ing prayer for the program 01 Thursday which was entitlec "Thai Our Land May Know Him." Following. Ihe calendar o prayer by Mrs. Charley Lutes Ihe program was presented by Mrs. Reva Lloyd, Mrs. Waller Lutes, Mrs. Burks and Mrs. J V. Pierce. • "That He May Spcal Through Us" \vas the theme for the last program on Friday when Mrs. Ira Koonce, assist ed by Mrs. Charley Lutes, presented the program. Mrs. Fondren led the opening prayer and Mrs. Lloyd led tin meditation. Mrs. William Lang ley dismissed the group with HOMECOMING - In recent homecoming coming Queen. Miss Carol Rhoads, (right) activities at Dell High School, Miss Diane was first runner-up and Miss Lorn Ann Tusmg Armstrong (center) was crowned 1968 Home- was second runner-up, — Society News — Woman's Club Uses \ Cotton Theme Friday \ Blythevill* Woman's Club met Friday in the Woman's Club Building with the theme of the program being ".Cotton." The focal point of the decorations in carrying out the theme was the mantel where two miniature dolls, representing the Maid of Cotton, flanked a crown of gold. Floor-length drapes of pastel cotton material extended from the crown. The buffet table was centered with an arrangement of cotton bolls and greenery. Shamrocks and green clover cutouts extended the length of the banquet table. Spring flowers were used on the piano and tables. A guest, Mrs. Jerry A. Musser, was soloist. She sang "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" and "Without a Song." She was accompanied by the club pianist, Mrs. Byron Moore Brother guests attending were Mrs. Bernard Hartnell, Mrs. Roger Howsman, Mrs. Ed Cunningham, Mrs. George Wilson, Mrs. Eugene Brown; , Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Mrs. Harry Churchwell, Mrs. Roland were guests. ; Tuesday's program was open-1 prayer. $1 with prayer led by Mrs. Clex- Eleven members were prcs- tjm Eubanks. en( jThe program, entitled "That His Message May Be Proclaimed," was presented by Mrs. Charley Lutes, assisted by Mrs. jfondren, Mrs. W. A. Nash, Mrs g. D. Nash, and Mrs. William Bangley. I Eleven members were present. 'it/Its. H. D. Nash presented program on Wednesday following the opening prayer led 6y Mrs. Lloyd. \ Flying Squares j Attend Dance II Members of the Flying Squares attending a square j dance in Kennett S a t u r d a y i Bight were Mr. and Mrs. R. I f>. Manley. Mr. and Mrs. Nor-' {nan Ketterman, Mr. and Mrs. pan Moore, Maj. and Mrs. Ed Carter, Capt. and Mrs. Jerry Miller, Glenn Davis, Mrs. Lois lr"oung, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tank- Irsley, Ron Fischer, Miss Terry Maclin, Jon Hubns, Mrs. Myra Reason and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith. 5 The group regained their club banner which bad been cap- tared by the Kennett Cotton Squares. Wives Club Will Meet Tuesday British Wives Club will meet tomorrow in the home ot Mrs. Donald Main, 1551-A South Scv- enlh Street, Btylheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Valerie Turley was welcomed as a new member at the last meeting of Ihe club. All British-born wives have! been invited to altend. Coming Events Tuesday Ladies Golf Association Clinic 10-.30 a.m. Blythe'ville Country Club British Wives Club, 1551-A S. 7th St. Blytheville Air Force Base Combined Blylheville Junior and Senior High School P.T.A., 3 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 Hazorback Trimettes, 7 p.m. Hospitality Room First 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. Altrusa Club of Blylheville Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Golden Age .C'ub 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 L e a g u a, Sands Motel. Phvllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Mrs. Russell M o s 1 e y was named president of Zeta Chaper, Delta Kappa Gamma, in- .ernationa! honorary society for women educators, when the group met for their monthly meeting March 7 in the Central Jlementary School cafetorium. Officers who will lake office with her in May include Mrs. George Wiggs, first vice president; Mrs. Janet Taylor, second vice president; Mrs. Leon Burrow, recording secretary, and Mrs. Robert Turner, corresponding secretary. Plans were heard for the Children's .Theatre production .of Zeta Chapter Elects Officers Mrs. Searcy Is Honored With Shower Airs. Alfred Lee Searcy was lonorcd with a layette shower Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Miss Barbara Scrape. Mrs. Searcy was allired in a green and while ensemble with emerald 1 green accessories. She was presented a novelty corsage of pink and blue. Game winners were Mrs. Carol Heiser, Miss Susie Scrape, Mrs. Joan Hays and M r s. Scrape. Refreshments of punch and pink and while decorated individual cakes. The refreshment fable w a s centered with a miniature playpen surrounded by pink carnations. . Mrs. Searcy is the former Miss Nancy Poole. "King Midas and the Golden Touch," which will be March 21 and 22 at Blytheville High School auditorium. Funds from this annual theatre presentalion are used in one of the chapter's projects, scholarships honoring Mrs. C. L. Moore and Ihe lale Miss Luna B. Wilhelm. Members were urged by Mrs. Harold Anderson, chapter president, to attend the cflapte'r meeting in Osceola, April 4 and the districl meeting in F» • rest City, April 27. Continuing the theme "The Critical, Analysis of Values — A Basis for Action," Mrs. Burrow, ; program chairman, led a discussion '-on "Appraising Our Personal Values." Mrs. Burrow presented Mrs. Jack Hale who gave the devotional. A Saint Patrick's Day motif was used in the decorations. The d e s s e r I course was served by the hostesses, Miss Mary Hubler, Mrs. James White, Mrs. Lilliam' Frank, Mrs Ira Gray, Miss Monta Hughes, Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mrs. C. L. Moore. Laura Thompson Celebrates Birthday Laura Thompson celebrated ler 10th birthday with a par,y Friday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty-six guests attended. Game winners were Shelly 3ass, Kim Holstead and Lee Ann Rothrock. Laura 'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thompson. its of News| £ 1 perionat | Those who attended the district Wesleyan Service Guild meeting in Jonesboro Sunday from the First Methodist Church were Miss'Janet Taylor, Mrs. L. D. .Harris,' Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, Mrs. .'H. D.'Jackson and Delsie Stewart. PTA Reports Blylheville Junior High School Parent - Teacher Association will meet with the senior high P.T.A. al 3 p.m. in the high school auditorium Tuesday March 12. An executive board meeting will be at 2 p.m. in the auditorium. Dr. J, E. Beasley will show a film on venereal disease entitled "The Innocent Party." The high school choir.will perform and Rev. John'Lamb will give Ihe devotional. Turn the mixture for tomato aspic into small ring - shaped molds; chill until set. Unmold, surround with salad greens and fill the center with cream - style cottage cheese mixed with chives. Garnish with green olives. , Ever serve cooked cauliflower with Hollandaise Sauce? Fit for an epicure! To use the cauliflower on a "vegetable plate," add green peas, broiled or baked tomatoes and baked stuffed yams. Thin or Broad For DEEP - SET eyes use white or bone shadow from lashline to brow, then add-the thinnest thread .of eyeliner. For PROMINENT eyelids make the brown shadow from lashline to the crease and play up the area and draw on a wide band ol eyeliner. Your family will dote on you when you make them a chocolate pie! So easy to do if you use a pie shell made from pas try mix and packaged chocolate pudding and pie filling mix Before serving, top the pie with whipped cream and sprinkle with chocolate shot. Brown sugar marked "light 1 may vary in color and in flavor from maker to maker. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MARTHA ROSE'S BEAUTY SHOP •109 S. 2nd • PO 3-0550 Introducing- New Realistic "IN TREND" Permanent Wave. With special ingredient Firma • Treat . . . $7.50 — Offer good March 11 through March 16. Operators: Martha Danger Diane James MONDAY & TUESDAY Adventure On The Grand Scale! STEVE MCQUEEN "THE SAND PEBBLES" IN COLOR Weekdays, on* show 'nightly at 7:30 p.m. Sat. & Sun. Matinee at 2:30 p.m., night show at 7:30 p.m. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DRIVE-IN SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Homemade winter jellies may be concocted from commercial pectin and prepared fruit juices. Howard, Mrs. Henry Young and Mrs. 0. M. Mitchell. Guest speaker, Jim Tompkins discussed "The Problems and Progress of the Cotton Industry." Mr. Tompkins spoke of lh» National Cotton Council and the Cotton Producers Institute. A fashion show was presented by members wearing dresse* they had made of cotton. The first place winner will participate in the District Woman's Club meeting to be held in Pocahontas, March 15. Mrs. James Lee won firtt place, Mrs. Ray Harrison won second and Mrs. Ernest McKenzie won third. Others participating wer« Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Paul Westbrook, Mrs. James Nowlin, Mrs. Wayne Friday and Mrs. Allen Bush. Miss Monta Hughes was the winner of the door prize. Announcing Our Special Tour to H A W A11 DEPARTURE JUNE 7th RETURN JUNE 19th 2-Day Stop-over In Los Angeles Enroute To A 4-lsland Vacation You'll .Long Remember President encourages travel within the states, so we »re cooperating by offering this special tow to our 50th state. Conducted By Mrs, Grace Lilt.'t For Additional Information and Descriptive Brochure* Jacobs Travel SERVICE 201 Warner Jonesboro, Ark. Miss Pearl Lee P. O. Box 1016 Blythevillc Also Our Special Arkansas State University Art Study Tcur to Scandinavian Countries. July 14 to Aug. 4 3 Semester Hours Card Of Thanks With deepest gratitude we wish to extend this expression of thanks to our Mends ana neignbors for their floral offerings, food and other expressions of sympathy shown to us during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Reverend Marvin P. Wilhite, Reverend Charles Cross and to the Cobb Funeral Home. Your kindness will always be remembered. The Estredge Family TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY Ladies' and Men's Suits, Coats, Dresses .and Blankets Ladies' and Men's Pants, Sport Coats, Skirts, Sweaters and Light Jackets Any 3 Long Any 3 Short GARMENTS TOTAL CLEANED AND PRESSED $119 SHIRTS5f« $ 1 OR 25e EACH ON HANGERS OR FOLDED Wt Also Do Khaki and Other Work Clothes *»•••»••»••••••••••**••«<•««••••••••«•»•••**• DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75o - Children SSc. Mon. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c * 35c. Friday, Saturday * Sunday, Snow continous from 2 p.m. Me & lie. MON. , TUES. (A-MY) WED. AUDREY HEPBURN ALAN ARKIN RICHARD CRENNA EFREM ZilVJBAUST, JR * TMMMiQiownoMmmmiim.tiviNMiT»4l COMING .SOON 10 THE RITZ VALLET OF THE DOLLS Comlnc March 14 . ' BALLAD OF JOS1E — with Doris Day * Peter Grave* BERSERK - With loan Crawford & Ty Hardln U. ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Dick Van Qrk* THE HAPMST MIUIONAIRE - With FNd MacMurTM ENTER LAUGHING - With Shtlley Winters

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