The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1968 · Page 2
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Ttgt T<w- Blytrnvlll* (Ark.) Courier Newi - giturtey, M«feh M. — Society News — Phyllis R«ed, Society Editor Ph. PO 84461 its of News; moitly ptr&onat Couple Exchange Vows March 9 Miss Carolyn May Mulliniks of Hayti, became the bride of Ctetes Jewell Burnett of Caruthersville, Saturday, March 9, at Temple Baptist Church In Caruthersville. Rev. Jerry Spencer officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Otis Mulliniks and the late Bill Mulliniks of Hayti and Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett. The altar was decorated with baskets of white gladoli, Mrs. Jerry Spencer, organist, played traditional wedding music and accompanied Mrs. Ron Richardson of Walnut Ridge, who sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Billy Mack Mulliniks of Springtleld, Mo., wore a sleeveless street-length gown of white nylon knit. Her double-tiered veil was attached lo H double-ribbon bow. She can-led a white Bible, topped with a while orchid. Miss Rita Shellon was the bride's only attendant. She wore a street - length empire • styled olive green peau de sole frock. A darker green bow outlined the waist line. Her headpiece was green tulle attached to a green bow. She wore a yellow carnation corsage. Barry Burnett served hJs brother as best man. Ushers were Jeffery Taylor of Carutherville and H. W. Brown of Truman, Ark. Mrs. Mulliniks, mother of the bride, wore a blue double-knit iheath and a blue carnation corsage. Mrs. Burnett, mother of the groom, chose a gold and white ace over bonded knit, two-piece suit. Her corsage was yellow carnations. Mrs. Eliue Kennedy, mater - nal grandmother of the groom, wore a two-piece brown lace dress. M r s. Barrymon Burnett, paternal grandmother of the groom, wore a navy blue silk dress. Both had white carnation corsages. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church dining room. The bride 's table, covered with a white linen cloth, overlaid with cream - colored lace, was centered with an arrangement of white lilies and pink carnations. A two-tiered white cake, encrusted with pink roses, topped by a miniature bride and groom was at one end of the table and a punch service at the other. Cake and punch were served by Mrs. Glin Pery of Hayti and Mrs. Jimmy Edwards of Jonesboro. Mrs. Billy Mulliniks of Springfield, sister-in-law of the bride, presided at the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phil- Jr. and children will be le'aving today (or Gullfard Conn., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Gee Sr returned Thursday from a va cation in Phoenix, Ariz. Bill McMullin left today for a two-month visit .with , his daughters, Mrs. Charles Smith of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Earl Walters of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. (Bill) Wunderlich will be leaving tomorrow Jaycettes Have Meeting Thursday for a week in Hot Springs. Jo Ella Todd of Dell and 8189 10.20 A-RUFFLE (ouched over-blouse becomes a perfect topper for an A-line skirt creating a feminine edition to a miss' wardrobe. No. 8189 with PHOTO-GUIDE is in, sizes 10 to 20, bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 2 3 ,i yards of 45-inch; contrast trim, yard. FASHION conscious women- send now for our latest issue of ihe Spring & Summer '68 Basic FASHION - 50 cents. Send 5flc for eacb pattern. —To Order Moil To:— Blytheville Couritr N«n Pattern Dept. 723 '••407 South Wocfcf Dr. Chicago, UliMiiM607 Christy Buchanan of Caruthers< ville are entries in the Circle K sponsored Miss ASU pageant at Arkansas State University. The contest will be March 29 at 7 p.m. in Wilson Auditorium. Mrs. George Yates is in Room 745-Madison East at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Yates had major surgery Friday. Blytheville students named to the honor roll for the fall semester at Mississippi State IM versily are Robert P. Ramey, Albert K. Taylor Jr. and David N. Miles Jr. Bill E. Ross of Blytheville has been awarded a $900 award from Phi Alpha Delta, national law fraternity. Mr. Ross is president of the University of Arkansas chapter and on« of 15 recipients selected from 104 chapters. Pat Burks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim H. Burks, has been initiated into the Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at the University of Arkansas. Miss Burks has been elected skit chairman. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Nome 9Mt> ..... ;,........»••*» ..... • fotttm No. ..,.....• -S"**."'" IMimfcok Q for fim elMi wrrtw «a« CBCIOM lie tot «uk P»t- Bt'iiin to <«dM*.*k* rrto* m inch pattern aa* kcok." Mrs. Beckman Presents GuildProgram Airs. J. K. Beckman presented "Liturgy of the Cross", a devotion of hymns, when Lutheran Women's Guild met Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Bill Williams conducted the business meting. Announcement was made of a visitation day, March 28, by Mrs. Richard Grammes. Mrs. Narsh Benson asked that recipes for the tasting luncheon, Which will be held prior to the April business meeting, be given to her before March 28. Mrs. Frank Huff was a guest at the meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Albert Scharfetter. Mrs. Charles Wildy, Mrs. E. S. Wildy and Mrs. Earl Wildy will be hostesses to the women of the church at a coffee at Mrs. Charles Wildy's home in Etowah at 11 a.m., Friday, March 22. Young People Have Party The Young People of the Blytheville Air Force Base Chapel had a skating parly Wednesday at Walker Park Roller Drome. Forty-six guests attended. Doug Plack, James Payne and Tommy League were game winners. Sponsor WM Jamei VMS; The Armorel - ettes Extension Homemakers G1 u b w i 11 meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Bill Williams. Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Ben Ray with eight members present. Mrs. Max Rjggs, president, presided over the meeting. Mrs. LeRoy Wadkins gave the devotional entitled "Count Your Blessings." Eye-openers were showed by Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Riggs. Leader reports were given by Mrs. Orville Mitchell, f a.mily life; Mrs. Wakins on how to cover shoes and make tissue flowers; Mrs. Annie Ashabranner on health and Mrs. Clarence Helms on home furnishings. The club voted on a money making project selling nevelty calendars. The meeting adjourned with all present repeating the club creed. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. The next meeting will be April 16 in the home of Mrs. Helms. . BlylbeviUe Jaycettes met Thursday night in the Jaycee clubroom. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. : Curtis Corder. Prayer was given by Mrs. Ray Gill. ; Mrs. Corder led the Jaycette creed and welcomed a guest, Mrs. Everett Tilley. : Roll call .and minutes were read by .Mrs/Frank Sparks and the treasurer's report was b y Mrs. Wayne Sanders. Mrs..Gill read correspondence from Sister M. Rolandina of the St. Joseph School of Nursing in Memphis. The letter refered to Paillette • Jones, the 1987 Jaycette scholarship winner. . Sister Rolandina stated that Miss Jones was receiving good grades. Mrs. Gill also read minutes from the state board meeting cent to the group by Mrs. Wayne Marrs. state president. A committee was organize* for the Woman of the Year Award. ' An orientation was given by Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Corder o n the stepladder p r o g r a m am possible new changes. The following people were nominated for el e c t i o n nexl month. President, Mrs. Frank Sparks; vice president and corresponding secretary, Mrs. Cur tis Corder; recording secretary, Mrs. Wayne Sanders, and treasurer, Mrs. Bob White. It was announced that the state convention would be held at the Hotel Marion in Little Rock, May 23, 24, 25 and 26. Mrs. Sanders was hostess. The door prize was won by Mrs. Tilley. The next meeting will be a social March 28 at Parkview Manor Nursing home when the group will play bingo. All Jaycee wives have been invited to attend. Auditions To Be In April The National Guild of Piano Teachers has informed Sister Mary Delores, O.B.S., chairman of this center, of the auditions to be held in Blytheville during the first week of April. The adjudicator, Aubrey Williams, has won numerous contests in piano and composition. Mr. Williams has studied with Charles Rugg, James Friskin and Dr. Leo Sowerby. Mr. Williams helped to organize and consolidate a new preparatory school in the fields of music, dance, art arid drama in Winter Haven Fla. At present he is teaching in Jackson, Tenn. PTA Reports Fairview Parent-Teacher Association will meet Wednesday in the cafetorium. . The meeting will begin it 3 p.m. preceeded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. WSCS To Have Circle Meetings The First Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service circles will meet Monday at 2 p.m. Circle One will meet with Mrs. W. L. Whittaker, Circle Two will meet with Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Circle Three will meet with Mrs. C. C. Councille; Circle Four will meet with Mrs. M. J. Cuadra, Circle Five will meet with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth and Circle Six w i 11 meet with Mrs. John W. Caudill. The Wesleyan Service Guild will have a business program meeting "at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Group Attends Meeting In Parkin, Ark. Representatives of Blytheville Garden Club attending the Northeast District meeting of the Arkansas Federation of Gar den Clubs Monday were Mrs. James B. Tully, Mrs. D. C. 'afford and Mrs. Robert Hall. The meeting was held in Par- cin, Ark., with the Parkin chap- er as hostess. The program theme was, 'Strictly for the Birds." Guest speaker was Mrs. John Rea of Little Rock, past Arkansas Audubon Society, president. A style show was presented during lunch, followed by an address by Mrs. Clifton Powell president of the Arkansas Fed- eratien of Garden Clubs. Society Meets Wednesday Nazarene World Missionary Society met at the church Wednesday night for their regular meeting. Mrs. Harold Thompson, president, conducted the business meeting. Rev. C. A. Porter, pastor, gave the opening prayer and the devotional. Mrs. Charlotte Mitchell presented the program from the study book on the society's work in Argentina. *• The •program was presented in the form of a skit with Rev. Harold Thompson, Mrs. Ray White, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Paul Lawrence, Mrs. Carolyn Payne and Bob Payne, participating. Mrs. Sallie Cunningham gave* .he closing prayer. When a recipe directs you to rim the excess fat from around chops or other cuts of meat, >e sure to leave a thin layer :o act as a protective coaling so that during cooking the meat itself will not dry unduly. Mrs. Cole Hostess To Golden Age Club Meeting Golden Age Club met Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Tallie Cole with 11 members present. The meeting opened with all present repeating the Lord's Prayer. Roll call was answered with each member repealing a Bible verse. Mrs. J. H. Adams, secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting and Mrs. Molly Ktnningham, vice president, conducted, the. business meeting in .the absence of the president, Mrs. Emily ConneU. The. club decided to meet the third Thursday of each month..: Games were directed by the program chairman, Mrs. Viola Morris. Mrs. Annie Gamble won the prize. Songs were sung by the group followed by a reading by Mrs. Adams. A love offering was taken and the meeting adjourned with all members singing the theme song, "Bles't be the Tie". Mrs. Georgie Webster, 720 Clark, will be hostess for the April 18 meeting. Party foods were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Kinningham, co-hostess. Tranportation was furnished by the Blytheyille Business and Professional Women's Club. Mrs. Brackin Is Honored Mrs.. Gene Brackin was honored with a layette shower Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Floyd Ash at Yarbro. Co-hostess was Miss Margaret Phillips. •' The 10 guests attending were served refreshments of iced drinks and party foods. Mrs. Brackin, attired in a black sheath with green and yel ow accessories, was presenter a yellow novelty corsage. Gifts were placed in a box dec orated with pink and blue crepi 53 per. Mrs. Brackin was game win Tops Club Has Meeting Wednesday Tops Razorback Trimettes Club met Wednesday night in the Hospitality Room of First National Bank. Two guests were present. Wanda Oxford was crowned weekly queen for the most weight loss. Jane Devol conducted a short business meeting in the absence of the president and presented a Jrogram on ceramics. The club will meet Monday night at 7 p.m. in the Hospital- ty Room. Hairdressers fleet Officers Blytheville Hairdressers met Tuesday night in the home of Mayo Justis. New officers were elected. They are president, Edna 'Saliba; vice president, Burle Calvert; secretary,DelorisRoberts; treasurer, Betty^ Webb; nistor : ian, Deloris Roberts, and chaplain, Mayo Justis. The next meeting will be April 8 and all hairdressers have been invited to attend. If the butcher, has loosened he backbone of a pork loin, ifter roasting you can cut the backbone away before bring- Some fat is desirable because ng the roast to the table to be it helps to keep meat from;carved. This technique makes sticking and it adds flavor. I carving the loin easy. Highway 41 South Blyrh.vill., Ark. •••••••••••••••••••••t»••••••••••••»t»••••••• FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 2 BIG FEATURES PLUS CARTOON Admission $1—All Children Under 12 Free If Accompanied by Parents. During MARCH the Storvue will be open only on Friday - Saturday - and Sunday, leginning APRIL 1st OPEN FULL TIME. Armbrel Youths Have Skating Party Tuesday The Young People of Armorel Baptist Church had a skating Darty at Walker Park Roller Drome Tuesday night with 56 guests attending. . Game winners .were Becky Spurlock and Kenneth Rensnaw Special guests were Rev. am Mrs. Guin Renshaw. Gosnell WMS Has Meeting Gosnell Baptist Church Worn en's Missionary Society met Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Jerri Gann was in charge of the meeting. She opened the meeting with prayer. The program was entitled "Preparation for Mission Action." Those assisting on.the program were Mrs. Ina Bryeans Mrs. Sue Gifford, Mrs. Betty Wfiiteliead, Mrs. Gann and Mrs. Virginia Hemphill. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY COOL HAND LUKF" SUN. »MON. • TUES. Richard Burton BizabethTkytor Alec Guinness Betel-Ustinov if The Comedians tat *c Mid tr GnkM Gftne Bill Caudill Elected Key Club President Bill Caudill was elected to serve as president of the Blytheville High School Key Club for next year .it the club's luncheon meeting Thursday. He has served as vice president this year and chairman of the projects committee. The son of Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, Bill is active.in foot ball and band. Sophomore Tommy Tompkins was chosen as vice president for next year, and Greg Simon, junior, was chosen as secretary treasurer. Tompkins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tompkins of Burdette and Simon is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Mike Simon. Officers who will graduate this year are Rob Porter as president and George Hubbard as secretary-treasurer. The club made plans to send a delegation to the Mo-Ark District Key Club Convention at the Marion Hotel in Little Rock April 1 and 6. Voting delegates will be Porter and Caudill, and alternate delegates will be Tompkins, Simon, and Dock Boyd, senior board member. L. D. Harris, sponsor, asked the board of directors .to. call a special meeting to make final plans • on the club project for the year. clety (if Christian Service First Baptist Women's M*| sionary Society Tuesday . • Armorel • pttes Extenstoi | Homemakers Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club I Daughters of the American Colonist, 'Blytheville 1 Country Club Golden Rule and Men's Biblt .Class of Beacon Baptist African Violet Club Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter-Bet a Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Contract Club DellKiwahis Club ' Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Wednesday .Down One Bridge Club Fairview PTA ';'.'". Wednesday Bridge Club Thursday Willing Worker Class of First Baptist Church Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club Thursday Supper Club Duplicate Bridge League Sands Motel Thursday Bridge Club Kibitzer Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge League Shamrocl; Lanes. Coming Events Monday Tops Razorback Trimettes, 7 .m. Hospitality Room, First National Bank. Rebekah Lodge 18, 8 p.m. IOOF Hall: Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards First Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild Women's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church First Christian Church Family Fellowship Supper Episcopal Churchwomen Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union .Dell Baptist Women's Missionary Union Dell Methodist Women's So- Mrs. Rose Hostess To Chapter N ' Chapter N, P.E.O., met Friday, March 15 in the home of Airs. Nick Rose for a luncheon meeting. Co - hostesses were Mrs. C. E. Crigger III and Mrs. J. H. Smart. President, Mrs. C.W. Afflick Jr. c o n 3 u c t e d the business meeting. Mrs. L. E. Old had charge of the program on churches. The next meeting will b • April 5 in the home of Mrs. C. E. Crigger, "TOO PROVOCATIVE" said a New York hotel la turning down this picture of actress Tammy Grimes. Miss Grimes considers the photo her favorite and. offered it for use In poster! announcing her forthcoming appearance at the hotel. Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. SATURDAY • SUNDAY MON. • TUES. *WED. (A) ADMISSION: ADULTS $1.25 — CHILDREN 50e COMING SOON TO THE RITZ .,, BALLAD OF JOSIE - wHh Dorli D»y & Pita CMnii BERSERK — With Jean Crawford * Ty Hirtta - , U. ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Dick Vw Djh« THE HAWIST MILLIONAIRE - With Frtd MtcMunt ENTER LAUGH1NO - With ShHley WlDten

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