The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1968
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JNiii" fm - tlvflievflto (Ark.) Courier Hewt - Tuesday, March If, WMS Concludes Prayer Week Women's Missionary So- cietv ot Trinity Baptist Church • •'••••' in of met each night last week observance of the "W e c k Prayer for Home Missions." The theme, "Pray in One Accord," was used throughout the wjik. Monday's program was cnli' After the scripture meditation led by Iho pastor, fiev. Martin Sltford, a radio skit was pre- se-ited bv Mrs. Rodcll and the following panelist: Gone Pierce, Boh Brewer and Clyde Perry. Mrs. Jim Kinsley was In charge of I he program Thursday entitled "Pray in One Ac- tied "Pray in One Accord That: cord That Our Land May Know His People May Deceive Pow-'Him." fl/.n. ' I The theme interpretation was "Mr* Carl PniC was the pro- given by Mrs. Hcnslcy. br~n leader. ! Tne scripture meditation was Following'group singing of given by Mrs, Loyce desiring '•To-ich Me to Pray," Mrs. Palo who also offered prayer for the g&Vb' ihe introduction of the pro- missionaries mimed on the cnl- gram and (lie interpretation oil under of prayer. " i A*lint>i* tiahfmi, tlie theme. .%s L. n. Mnrr presented file scripture meditation and nf- It'iTri prayer for missionaries on the calendar of prnyer. Others assisting on Hie pro- Others participating on the 'iiv-ram wore Mrs. J. D, Eatmon and Mrs. Joyce Crocker. Following the program the group engaged in a period of prayer. fifam were Mrs. Curtis Free- The theme for the program man and Mrs. J. W. Eatmon. ! Fr ''5 a >'" ig . ht ''' Pr . a , y ln 00nc Ac J Mrs. Eatmon led the prayer; cord That He May Speak sess i on i Through Us," was under the di.. After' the offering, a period ^clion of Mrs. J. D. Eatmon. 07 meditation and reflection closed the meeting. "Prav in One Accord That His Message May Be Proclaimed; "-was the theme of the program Tuesday night. The meeting began by sing- J UC iittttiiig Mi;g,ati u,r umpv , , , ing "Lord, Lay Some S o u 1 up- missionaries O • . Hift*n \Vnnr The hymn ."Breathe on Me," led by Mrs. Sifford, opened the meeting. Mrs. Eatmon gave the theme interpretation and Mrs. Ges(ring read the calendar of prayer and offered prayer for the on My Heart." Prayer was by Mrs. Idelle Lbwe. Mrs. Loyce Gestring gave the theme interpretation and read the calendar of prayer. .,,'Tbe scripture meditation was directed by Mrs. Woodrow Enderson. Others assisting with the presentation of the program were Mrs. Harley Henson, Mrs. L. D..Marr and Mrs. Lowe. Directed prayer was led by Mrs. J. D. Eatmon. -.Following a period of meditation, Mrs. Lowe dismissed the group with prayer. On Wednesday evening, the program entitled "Pray in One Accord That the Bruised May Be Healed," was presented before the church with Mrs. May- liard Rodell in charge. A solo "Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life" was presented by Mrs. Martin Sifford, after which Mrs. Rodell gave lie theme interpretation. Mrs. Woodrow Enderson presented the scripture meditation and led in prayer. Those participating on the program were Mrs. Joyce Crocker and Mrs. Bobby Nowlin. Those offering prayer wore Mrs. Bert Toss, Mrs. Carl Pate and Mrs. Curtis Freeman. A season of prayer concluded the meeting. The music for the week was under the direction of Mrs. Sit- ord. 833C 10-20 THE LATEST in up • date fashion comes to you in a dirndl sorted suit with a sleeveless shell for the refreshing days of spring ahead. No. 8330 with PHOTO-GUIDE is in sizes 10 to 20, bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, skirt and jacket, 3V'2 yards of 45-inch; shell, 1 %yards, •FASHION conscious women- send now for our latest issue of the Spring & Summer '63 Basic FASHION - 50 cents. Send 50c for eacb pattern —To Order Mail To:— , Blytheville Courier New Pattern Dipt. 723 «7 South Wccker Dr. i Chicago, Illinois 60607 Variety Club Has Dance The Variety Club met Saturday night at the Women's BuiTu- :ng at Walker Park. A Saint Patrick's Day theme vas used in decorations. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Weston Scrape and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Worley. New members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lucfey and Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Hearn. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, Don Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Blackie Tarpley, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith Mr, and Mrs. P. T. Haney, Mrs. Bill Haney, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haney, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pipkins; Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne McHaffey, Claudia Klene, Ha. Dixon, Glcnda Farmer, Eddie Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tippy, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Me Lemore, Mr. and Mrs. Richard son Oakley; Mr. and Mrs. Noble Shellon Mr. and Mrs. Benny Williams Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brawley Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brawley Mr. and Mrs. Dnrrell Blockcr Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ooallei Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grahav and Mr. and Mrs. Casey Con ley. The Bill Haney Combo provided the music. An executive board meeting for officers and board members will be held in the Herman Turner home tonight at 7:30. — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 QUEEN — Miss Pamela Loren (center) was crowned junior high school homecoming queen in recent homecoming activities at Dell High School. Miss Beverly Riggs (left) was first runner-up and Miss Suzanne Todd was second runner-up. Former Resident Marry, May 31 To Mr. and Mrs. William Lee] Valker of Glenwood, Ark., for- nerly of BIythevllle, announce: he engagement of timii daugh- er, Sara Maude, to Gilbert Jos;ph Meneley Jr. si>n of Maj. and Mrs. Gilbert Joseph Mene- ey Sr., USAF (ret.), of Woos- ,er, Ark. The prospective groom, a geography major at State College of Arkansas in Conway, is a candidate for a degree in May. The bride-elect is a junior elementary education major at State College of Arkansas. Miss Walker is the grand- JlmilllllllllllillllliUUIIIJtlllliliBIPBlllllliBIIIIBllllllllIlllli its of News! personal inniiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Stacy Clanton of Blytheville e. mil daughter of Mi's. John B. Walk- was on the Dean's Honor List er and the late Mr. Walker of I [or the fall semester at Arkan- Blythevllle. Her m a t e r n a 11 sas A&M College, grandparents were the late Mrs. Laura Myers of Spokane, Wash., and the late Charles Myers of Benicia, Calif. Grandparents of Mr. Meneley are the late Mr. and Mrs. Si Meneley of Gonzales, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Rupard of Port Lavaca, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. John Hannon and daughter, Vicki, were in Dallas, Tex., last week to attend the N.ational Mobile Home Show. Tom Estes was admitted yesterday to the Baptist Hospital Armorel Baptist WMS Has Week of Prayer The couple will be wed May in Memphis. He is in Room 31 at the First Methodist 1268-Union East. Church in Glenwood. R. B. Stout, who has been a patient in Chickasawba Hospi- lal, has been transferred to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. His daughter, Mrs. Robert Jayroe, is with him. Armorel Baptist Church Women's Missionary Society m e t each night last week for a 'Week of Prayer for Home Mis- The theme for the week was "Pray in One Accord." Monday's program entitled, 'That His People May Receive Power," was led by Mrs. Robert Lawrence. The group sang "Teach Me To Pray." Mrs. James Thomas was in charge of Tuesday's program, "That His Message May Be Proclaimed." The hymn sung was "Lord, Lay Some Soul on My Heart." The Wednesday night program was "That the Bruised Friday's program was entitled "That He May Seek Through Us," and the hymn "Lord Speak to M e " was sung. The calendar of prayer was read cadi day for missionaries who had birthdays. Others participating on the programs were Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Jay Garrison, Mrs. Kenneth Bassett, Mrs. Frank Coats, Mrs. Andrew Richardson Mrs. Quin Renshaw, Mrs. Weidon McCann, Mrs. Jack Ashmore and Mrs. J. L. Bassett. Meeting Is Postponed Tiie Great Books Club meeting scheduled to meet tomorrow has been postponed unti March 27. Details of the meeting will be announced at a later date. Family Service Coffee Is Thursday Family .Service Awards coffee will be held Thursday, March 14, at 1:30 p.m. In Kingsley Hall Service Club. Col. Jim Alexander will present the awards and give • narration while showing slides of Thailand, taken on his tour of duty there. All family service members and any prospective volunteers have been Invited to attend. New Bethel Circles Meet Town and Country Extension Honi«mak«ra Club will have i combined butlnest and work- i shop meeting Wednesday be- .,..„ ginning at noon in the home of ; vllle artist! has a one • man ' Mrs. Tanna Richardson, 1136 show at the Round Corner Gal. Local Artist Has Showing In Memphis Mrs, A. H. McMtnus, Blythe- Holly, B&PW Plans Hat Party BIythevllle Business and Professional Women's Club met Friday night in the home of Madalynne VanCleve to make plans for their spring hat party. The party will be held at the American Legion Auxiliary Little Hut. March 15 at 6 p.m. and March 16 from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. All proceeds will go for the scholarship fund. The public has been invited ;o attend. Because the shells of eggs re porous, eggs should not be rinsed before they art atored in he refrigerator. You'll need several uucknese- of paper toweling) Instead f just one thickness, when you ire using the toweling for drain- ng food that has been deep-fat ried. If brown paper is on riea. H Drown paper is on you nave auucu uiuic uwo a hand, it may be used instead | thin layer of sugar to fee pan. County YWA Has Meeting Mississippi County Young Women's Association held their quarterly meeting at L u x p r a First Baptist Church recently. The program was presented by Miss Sarah Wisdom, Association Y.W.A. Director, from The next meeting will be in Little Rock. June at Walker Park. Melanie Pal ley Celebrates Birthday Melanie Palley celebrated her 10th birthday Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty guests attended and game winners were Lee Ann Rothrock and Tommy Rake town guests attend- straw. Out - of • ing were Betty Martin and Lee Ann Branch of Paragould. Melanie is the daughter of Tom and Sue Palley. Birthday Is Celebrated Robert C. Peters Jr. celebrated his llth birthday with a skating party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty guests attended. Debbie Collier and Jim Smith were game winners. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Peters Sr. After paring parsnips, you can cook tlrem whole or quartered in boiling salted water. Mashed, with lots of butter added, they're delicious to serve May Be Healed," led by Mrs.] wit i, meat or poultry. Popular Esther White and the hymn jn an carlier day) this good vegetable should be reinstated 'Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life." That Our Land May Know Him" was the title of the Thursday program led by Mrs. N. C. Patterson. The hymn, "0 God We Pray for All Mankind," was sang. Is Nomt itjit .-...., z.» forhKB No. .....$!«.....• ; - tektalMk O i '•,'• tor tint dm icrrlc* ud ipeclol handllDE tnclotc 15c for eicfe pit- tern. "Be inn M eaclOM tki trie* • •acli pattern and kook." Song Services Being Held SOCIETY Song Services First Methodist Church having three nights of "Evangelism in Song" inspirational services. The services began last night and will continue through Wednesday night. The services are at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary sf the church. The services will be led by Bill Mann, lyric tenor, and are sponsored by the Commission on Membership and Evangelism of which Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Todd are co-chairman. The three choirs of the church will sing at each service under Mr. Mann's direction and following each service there will be a reception in New Fellowship Hall. A nursery will be «pen each evening. The public has been invited i to attend. In Blytheville Plaza Shopping Center CK'aninr; Specials Good Thru Friday Any 3 Short Garments $119 Any 3 Long Garments $219 TOTALLY CLEANED AND PRESSED in menus. 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