The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1968 · Page 2
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P<|* Four — Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier N«w ~ Monday, Mirch 1», IBM Miss Sarah Ann Fcarnside James Tanner Jr. To Wed Miss Fearnside Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mont gomery Fearnside Jr. of Annis ton. Ala., announce the engage rnent of their daughter, Saral Ann, to James Mahan Tanner Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Jame. Mahan Tanner of Birmingham the bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Henry Mont gomery Fearnside and the late Mr. Fearnside of Palatka, Fla. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Dun can Clinch Townsend of Orange Mills, Fla. The prospective groom is the grandson of Mrs. William Burnett Tanner and the late Mr. Tanner of Blytheville and Helena, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. : M'alter Ewing Griffin of Vienna, Ga. Miss Fearnside was graduated from Ashley Hall in Charleston, S. C. and attended Converse College in Spartanburg, .S. C. In June she will receive her AB degree in history from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she is a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority. Mr. Tanner was graduated from Indian Springs School in Birmingham and will receive •1MB, R Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MONDAY AND TUESDAY his AB degree in history from the University of North Carolina in June. He is a member of Phi Gamma Delta social fraternity. Immediately following h i s graduation, he will receive his commission as ensign, United Stales Navy. The wedding will be June 15 at the Grace Episcopal Church in Annislon. Sorority Has Meeting ftitr CknvillfS Pradiction surrinj Richard Burton ElizabethTaylor Alec Guinness Peterllstinoy ., The Comedians From the noiti by Graham Greene " .In fttmsion" and Muronlor _ Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently for their monthly business and program meeting in the home of Mrs. Steve Eatmon. The meeting was opened by repeating the opening ritual. During the business meeting, Mrs. Leon Meador, president, reported that $927.71 had been collected and Gamma Alpha had collected $228. Mrs. Marvin Lipford, chairman, reported on the ways and means project. A committee was appointed !o select a "Woman of the Year." Members of the committee in elude Mrs. Joe Beckman, Mrs. Rex Metzger and Mrs. Gerald Kelly. Gamma Alpha's "Girl of the Year" is Mrs. Leon Meador. She will be honored at the Bea Sigma Phi Founder's Day meeting, April 30. Officers elected were: president. Mrs. Quincy Hodge; vice- president, Mrs. Joe Beckman; recording secretary, Mrs. Rex Metzger; corresponding secretary, Mrs.- Marvin Lipford; Treasurer,. Mrs. Gerald Kelly; city council representative, Mrs. Leon Meador; and city council alternate, Mrs. Jim Worley. ; Sir's. Meador presented a program "People" in which all members participated, and Mrs Finis Hardy presented a pr»gram entitled "Nature." The next • meeting will be a rush party in the form of a progressive supper, March 19. The hostess served refreshments of pie, iced drinks and coffee. Coming Events Monday Tops Razorback Triinettes, p.m. Hospitality Room, Firs National Bank. Rcbekah Lodge 18, 8 p.m 100F Hall. Joy Kcbekah Lodge 57, 214 Edwards First Methodist Wesleyan Ser vice Guild Women's Society of Clirislia Service, First Methodist Churc First Christian Church Fam ily Fellowship Supper Episcopal Churclnvomen Trinity Baptist Women's Mis sionary Union Dell Baptist Women's Mission ary Union Dell Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service First Baptist Women's Mis sionary Society Tuesday A.morel - cites Extension Homcmakers Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Daughters of the American Colonist, Blytheville Country Hub Golden Rule and Men's Bible Class of Beacon Baptist African Violet Club Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma 'hi Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta iigma 'Phi Contract Club Dell Kiwanis Club Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Iigma Phi Wednesday Down One Bridge Club Fairview PTA Wednesday Bridge Club Thursday Willing Worker Class of First aptist Church Flat Lake Extension Home- lakers Club Thursday Supper Club Duplicate Bridge League ands Motel Thursday Bridge Club Kibitzer Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge League lamrock Lanes. ni««n| Bits of News| g moAuu perionat j niiRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniP Walter Hampton has pledged igma Chi fraternity at Mis- ssippi Stale University in Starkville. — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 CANCER CRUSADE—Mrs, Tommy Young (fight), will direct the North Mississippi County Cancer Crusade for 1968 whcih will begin the first week of April. C Day, the educational and funds campaign in the residential area, is April 30. Mrs. Forrest Moore (left) is president of the North Mississippi County Unit of the American Cancer Society and Mrs. Erich Lehmann, Jr., (center) is residential chairman. Mrs. Randall Hawks (not shown) is business chairman for the crusade. Honor Roll Is Announced At Gosnell High School Gosnell Senior and Junior High School students on the honor roll for the fourth sixth weeks are: Seventh Grade Arleen Cooper, Gerald Hunt Richard Hutto, Pamela Lansdale, Vivian Baldree, Richard Bullock, Henry Clark; Sussette Davis, Wanda Duncan, Robin Fischer, W. arren Graf, Wesley Graf, Cynthia Hodge, Patricia League, Richard McClellan; Judy A. Nelson, Judy L. Nelson, Iva Patterson, Mary Petit, Mike Phelps, Douglas Plack, Stephen Rail, Nancy Shulley and Mike Snasel. Eighth Grade Benton Asherbraner, Christine Slleseg, Thomas League, Louis Mayo, Debra Allison, Helene Au Clair, Marquetta Barry; Phillip Basinger, Stephen Car- ;er, Carolyn Cooper, Gary Davis, Rebecca Doss, Mary Dye, John Dyess, Donna Gentry; Gregory Herrig, Cynthia Lit;le, Cynthia Larrison, Phillis Little, Patricia Parker, Cheryl 3 rody; Stephanie Taylor, Deborah Vogt, Brenda- Warren and John Williamson. Ninth Grade Betty Stover, Mark Alton, Donald Atwood, Jim Eubanks, Phillip Funk, Deborah Golden, Kathy Olson, Corrine Ortega, irginia Perry; William E. Ray, Connie Spring, Michael Walsh and Gary Spencer. Tenth Grade Cathy Frye, Stanley Siefk*. Karen Bals, Kenneth Bradway, Barbara Hopfer, Sherrie Hunt, Kathy Page and Patricia Rawson. Eleventh Grad* John Wauson, Victoria Anderson, Roy L. Ashabranner, Jim Blackmon, Charles CoHreell, Patricia Gonzales, Judy Husheck, Beverly Hornbuckle; Michele Morine, Larry Mul!ins, Gary Perry, Jane Purvey, Debra Ray, Kathleen Reed, Sun anne Strasbaugh and Steve Dorris. Twelfth Grade Rheta Cotton, Curt Barnett, Margaret Blackmon, Margaret Campbell, Mike Dent, Sharon Susan' Funk, CaroJ Loyd; Donna McAnulty, Donna Meacham, Janie Mitchner, Brenda Michael Myers, Simon* Mega, Ora B.- Parrott, Robert Rogers and Gregory Shores. VLT Announces Play CasV The Very Little Theatre of Slytheville will present "The Mousetrap" by Agatha Chrise,. April 4, 5 and 6 at the 'omen's Exhibit Building at Valker Park. The play is a murder mystery •hieh has comedy and suspense. The setting is Menkswell Man• located a short distance from ondon, England. : 'The Mousetrap" was pub- shed by Samuel French and as been playing in London for years. Bruce French is the director the two-act play with eight laracters. The characters, in the order which they appear, are Mole Ralston, a pretty young wom- an with an ingenuous air, played The last three characters by Susan Shaw; named are newcomers to the Her husband, Giles, an at- Very Little Theatre, tractive and arrogant young man, played by Ed Ertel; Christopher Wren, a wild-looking neurotic young man, playec by Bill Burns; Mrs. Boyle, a large imposing woman, played by Janice Ertel; Major Metcalf, a pompous arid officious character, portrayed by Francis Nordeen; Miss Casewell, a manly - type young woman, Marion Wilburn; Mr. Paravinie, a flamboyant dark foreigner, played by Peter Foti; Detective Sgt. Trotter, a cheerful commonplace • young man, played by Dan Wilburn. Memember Pay Your Paper Boy Mrs. Earl Dazey returned to her home in Castle Rock, Colo., Sunday, after being called here duo to the death of her brother, Joe Lintzenich. Mrs. Dazey is the former Miss Carolyn Lintzenich formerly of Blytheville. City Council Meets FEATHERWEIGHT headpiece made of chicken feathers is to be modeled at London's International Poultry Show. ATTENTION LADIES! Reduce Weight By Inches LOOK BETTER? FEEL BETTER! BE BETTER! Excess is unattractive and often it's unhealthful, too. See what our modern reducing methods can do for you .... Classic 226'/2 N. Walnut Osceola, Ark. Phone LO 3-5172 in Osceola FOR INFORMATION IN BLYTHEVILLE PHONE PO 3-8421 The Blytheville Beta Sigma Phi City Council held their March meeting March 12 at the Razorback Restaurant. Eleven members were present. Mrs. Quincy Hodge, president presided over the meeting which was opened by repeating the opening ritual. Mrs. Leon Meador, chairman of Heart Fund Sunday, announced that $927.71 was collected. The American Legion Auxiliary, The American Legion Junior Auxiliary, Beta Sigma Phi chapter and 25 volunteers participated in the drive. A letter from St. Joseph School of Nursing in. Memphis was read stating that Mary Paulette Jones, one of the 1967 Beta • Sigma Phi scholarship winners, had made' all As "and Bs for the first semester. . Mrs. Paul WestbrooK was ap- pointed scholarship chairman for 1968. Mrs. H. M. Burke was appointed chairman of the Founder's Day program which will be held April 30. Plans were made for the Woman of the Year tea which will be held April 21 at the home of Mrs. W. A. Hart. Mrs. Roland Steward is general chairman of the tea and Mrs. Hodge is co-chairman. The meeting was closed by repeating the closing ritual. The next meeting will be April 9 at the Razorback Restaurant. PTA Reports The Burdette Parent - Teacher Association is conducting a study course for parents. The first two classes will be held tomorrow night, March 19, beginning at 7 p.m. Topics for study in these two classes will be: "Putting Purpose into the Lives of Children" and "How Adolescent Are Par- All parents have been encouraged to attend. Ample time will be provided 'or discussion and no tests will be given. Maxine B. Stalcup is .study course chairman. Radiant Clean Faces Tops Club To Meet Tops Razorback Trimettes !lub will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. Anyone interested in the club has been invited to attend. Olive oil goes rancid rather quickly when stored in a warm room; so keep it, covered tightly, in the refrigerator. The cold will harden the oil, but when it is placed at room temperature for a brief time it will melt quickly. As soon as the oil has melted, measure the amount you need and replace the rest in the refrigerator. C and N Club Will Meet Thursrinv Some good cooks Iike to us « Th. r . !Y rT T/ evaporated milk in baked cocc- •n , an . d , N Blrth day Club nut custard pie because the fla- wil meet with Mrs. D. E. Wim- vor of the milk seems to suit . . berly, Thursday at 6:45 p.m. | t his dessert BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DRIVE-IN SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE By PATRICIA KING NEA Beauty Editor NEW YORK - (NEA) - Facial skin is never as clean as it ideally should be. In addition to the elements, consider air pollution, commuter transil fumes, smoke, soot, dust and city cinders and grime. Add make-up foundation creams, powders, blushers, eye make-up and the skin's natural secretions. If what goes on must come off, then getting your 'ace clean is something of a challenge. Soap and water undoubtedly will leave your face clean but f your skin is dry it will leave t feeling like a mask, tight and drawn. Always cleanse dry skin with a lotion or cream cleanser. These special cleansers remove soil without robbing natural oils You should apply the lotion-type •leanser lavishly to your face and neck, using your fingertips o massage it into the skin and then tissue it off. If you use a facial washing cream add a little water, making a creamy foam as you massage. Then rinse off with tepid water and pat dry with a towel; never rub your face with the towel. There are many things we should know about the complexions, and don't. For instance, it's condition can vary from one day to the next. In summer 't can be oily, in winter it can be dry. After a weekend of late nights and rich food it can become bumpy, blotchy or sallow. If you have the much . envied normal skin, neither too dry nor too oily, it will respond to a deep clean wash-off cleanser which is especially beneficial to normal skins sensitive to soap. If blackheads and blemish- es are problems and your porea are large, you most likely suffer from oily skin. Excess oiliness can begin early in adolescence but often reaches a state of balance in the mid or lat« '20s. At any age warm weather will accentuate this problem. A basic remedy is frequent and thorough cleansing. If blemishes or blackneads appear, select a special soap that combats bacteria and helps prevent blemishes from spreading. Never pick or squeeze blemishes "or blackheads but do consult your doctor if this condi* tion persists. Are you confused as to your skin type? If it seems dry in spots and oily in other areas you have what is known as a combination skin. It .can be dry or normal around the eyes and cheeks, but is often accompanied by prominent oily patchei on your forehead, nose or chin. The cleansing procedure for combination skin is two - fold. <1rst cleanse your skin accord- ng to its predominant type, dry or oily. Then, complete youf •outine with the generous use ol skin freshener on the oily areas. This second step helps tl normalize the shiny patches. Be sure to change facial tow els daily and never pull ol stretch delicate skin around thl eye. Changes in living habits, a different' climate, even thl passing of another birthday, may place you in a differed skin category, so keep a watchful eye on the subject and kee| it clean. Gumdrops, cut in small pieces, may be added to a hand- shaped or drop cookie dough; but licorice flavored gumdropf should be excluded. TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY CLEANING SPECIAL GARMENTS BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED & PRESSED OR25c EACH t.- ON HANGERS OR FOLDED We Also Do Khaki and Other Work Clothes '••••••••••.•••••••••••••»••••••••••••»*• Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. • MON. ITUES. (A) WED, off the Bolls ADMISSION: ADULTSIUS- CHILDREN 50c COMING SOON TO THE EITZ BALLAD OF JOSIB - with Dorli D.y * PeUr Gnrm BERSERK _ With Jo.n Crawford 4 Vy Hardta '™ Lt. ROBINSON CRUSOE - With Dick V»n Drtt THE RAPPIST MILLIONAIRE - With ftod ENTER 1AIIOHINQ - Wltk 8lMll« r WlnUn

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