The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1968 · Page 2
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ft* (tar- «yth«vlll« (Art.) Courier News - Tueriiy, March », Woman's Society Qulld of the •irsl Methodist Church met ast niglit after church services. Miss Janet Taylor, program halrman, used as her subject, 'Where Do We Go From Here?," with an emphasis on outh. Mrs. Ralph Berryman, at the .jlano, played an original com- wsltlon entitled "A Prayer." Calvin Hollingsworth, director of the church youtli work, spoke in the youth program of the Iturcli. Mrs. James White and Mrs. ames Martin were hostesses or the social hour. Daisies were used as the cen- erpiece on the main table, and hamrocks, green top hats and . .; Mr. and Mn. Albert F. Creitz jjbfitt Manning Bride Of Albert E Creitz Miss Yvonne Manning became the bride of Airman l.C. Albert F. Creitz, Saturday, Feb. 24'; at 2 p.m. in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Manning of Blytheville and the groom is thji son of Mr. and Mrs. Richara L. Creitz of Seattle. Wash. Rev. Joseph Doyle officiated thi nuptial mass. ,The altars were flanked with arrangements of white gladiolus and chrysanthemums. Sister Delores was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a sleeve- lets empire gown of peau de sole with an over bodice jacket with bell - shaped sleeves and attached train of chantllly lace. Edges of the train, jacket Bijd sleeves were scalloped in the rose design of the lace. Her illusion veil of silk tulle was held by a tiera of matching lace petals outlined in seed ^Birthday Is Celebrated pearls and each tipped with a irystal drop. She carried a cascade of white glamelias and cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Richard Gresham, ma ;ron of honor, wore a mist blue loor - length gown of silk linen and carried a cascade of pink carnations. Airman l.C. Richard Gresh am was best man. Mrs. Manning, mother of the bride, wore a blue ensemble with bone accessories. A reception was held fol lowing the ceremony in the Co onial Room at the Drumme Boy Restaurant. The tiered wedding Cake car rled out the bride's chosen col ors of blue and white. Upon leaving for a trip t Memphis, the bride wore a dou ale - breasted blue silk crepe dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was a cymbidium orchid from her bridal bouquet. Airman and Mrs. Creitz will be at home In Blytheville until lie is assigned to overseas duty in May. 'Jeffrey K. Hobby, son of T.Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Hobby, celebrated his fourth birthday wjlh.a party at his home Sat- uraday at Blytheville Air Force Base. Guests attending were Perrl and P a m m y Bonenberger, Wayne Parish, Tanya Parisher, Debra Holmes, Bobbie Fassio, Tommy Jackson and Jamie Hblmes. Games were played and game winners were Perri Bonenberger and Debra Holmes. '.Cake and ice cream were served. — Society News — Phyilii RMd, Society Editor Ph. PO 84461 Guild Has Meeting leprechauns, In keeping with a St. Patrick's Day theme, were used on the other tables. Refreshments served were also in keeping with the St, Patrick's Day themo. Mrs. L. D. Harris, president, conducted the business meeting. Reports were given by Mrs, Garth Casllio, treasurer, and Mrs. F. L. Reed, chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald was a guest. The guild will meet in study groups In domes the first Monday In April. Group One will meet with Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Group Two Group Three with Mrs. George Bunch. Bits of News! pertontti Nigh WMS Meets Mr. and Mrs! Gary Mayo are parents of a son born yesterday at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, rie has been named Gary Se.art. Mr. Mayo is a former Blytheville resident. Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Mayo of OsceOla are grandparents. Mrs. John Barrett Green and son, Barrett Eugene, of Franklinton, La., will arrive tomorrow to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still. Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Still II, of Memphis, will spend the weekend with the Stills. Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Thomas have returned to their home in Little Rock after visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, and Mr. Ixme. The Night Women's Mission- iry Society of the First Bap- 1st Church met last night in icines for their program Btud- es entitled "Preparation For Mission Action." Circle One met with Mrs. Annie Holstead with seven mem- iers and one visitor, Mrs. D. W. WcDearmon, present. Mrs. Fletcher Higgins, circle chairman, led in repeating the watchword. Miss Marie Harnish gave the prayer. Miss Minnie Brown offered prayer for missionaries. Program chairman, Miss Rudy Brown, was assisted by Miss Boyd and Miss Minnie Brown. Closing prayer was by Mrs Holstead and Mrs. King. Circle Two met with Mrs. D, B. Carmon with seven members and one guest, Mrs. Ted King WMS president, present. Mrs. Riley Adams gave the :all to prayer and Mrs, King ed in prayer. Mrs. Darrell Lunsfprd was in charge of the program. Mrs. J. D. Widner gave the closing prayer. Circle Three met with Mrs. Joe Washam with nine members present. The meeting was called to order with sentence prayers by Mrs. Washam, Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mrs. John Tyrone. The call to prayer was by Mrs. Phillip Deer. Miss Terrell, program chairman, was assisted by. Mrs. Dessie Walls, Mrs. Joe Evans and Mrs. Mary Sue Wright. Mr. Charles Flannigan gave the closing prayer. The WMS will meet at the church the first Monday in April. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club will have a luncheon meeting Thursday in the e of Mrs. Shields Edwards, 808 E. Main. Altrusa Club Has Recent Dinner Meeting Fashion Tips Variety Sleepwear fashions go from the softly romantic, to the nostalgia of the '30s, to spirited thigh - scraper tunics and guru gowns. Romantic gowns to set the mood for dreamers are designed in delicate hues and floral prints with an overflow of ruffles or with spritely peasant touches. Altrusa Club of Blytheville; met last week for a dinner meeting at the Drummer Boy Restaurant. Vocational service committee, with Mrs. Mable Lunsford chairman, was in charge of the program. Guest speaker was Mrs. Tommy W o o d y a r d, Blytheville School District nurse. Mrs. Secilia Tegetboff, president, conducted a short business meeting. A St. Patrick's Day theme Was used in decorations and Mrs. Tegethoff won the door prize, a green and white flower arrangement. The next meeting will be March 8 at the Arkansas-Mis- Fashion's Bag The small bag is still the big bag of fashion, but it's roomier, chunkier, squattier to aceonv modate all the. essentials. The new trend to softness is apparent in mellow, glowing antique leathers, with two-tone shadings in ouchy shapes; in strap haiv dies that are often narrowed or tapered for a daintier look. Tortoise appears in handles, ^BLUSHING BRIDES arc ."offered <M* wedding ••(« by Tra St Uncut. The iiPari* detlfMT atcd fleweri •Md a veil far hto International Look What's in right now is the feeling of fun, romance, nostalgia, theatrical flamboyance and fairy-tale charm. Leading news- makers include the Dr. Zhivago - look of tall furry hats and cossack coats with hems flouncing down over boots to the new mldi - length, swaggering capes and jabots, the little orphan- look of prim black schoolgirl dresses with black tights and a small touch of white or the international look of kilts and Irish sweaters. Gives Soft Touch After several seasons of strictly tailored togs, fashion pacesetters are turning toward a softer, more feminine look. One of the popular s»ft touches is the jabot, which you'll be seeing on blouses, daytime dress- ti and evening wear. In cue you've forgotten, the jabot ii • falling ruffle, cascade, or other arrangement of lace or embroidery, worn at the front of the wai* «r the neck. souri Power Company Community Room. The meeting will be s career clinic for 1 Blytheville High School llth grade girls. There will be a panel discussion on various careers. Mrs. Lunsford will be in charge. PTA Reports Centra! Parent-Teacher Association will meet Wednesday, March 20, at 3 p.m. in the school cafelorium. Major Caldwell, director of the Blytheville YMCA, will be in charge of the program concerning mental and phy*i«al health. The executive boafd will meet at 2:30 p.m. Nominations Being Taken Nominations are now beim received for Beta Sigma Ph City Council's "Woman of thi Year." The deadline for submittini nominations is March 22 am they may be sent to Mrs. Roland Steward, 701 W. Hardin Street. Six categories are included In the judging. They are: relig Sous activities, civic organiza In Blytheville Plaza Shopping Center Cltutni Th ru FrWw ANY 5 Plain Garments 2 TOTALLY CLEANED AND PRESSED E.H.C. Meeting Notes Coming Events Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club Golden Rule and Men's Bibl Class of Beacon Baptist African Violet Club Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Contract Club Dell Kiwanis Club Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Wednesday Down One Bridge Club Fairview PTA Wednesday Bridge Club Thursday Willing Worker Class of Firs Baptist Church '" Flat Lake Extension Home makers Club Thursday Supper Club Duplicate Bridge League Sands Motel Thursday Bridge Club Kibitzer Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes. Mr. and Mn. Glennle W. Cain MissDcniglasIsWed Miss Barbara Ann Douglas, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs,; Roy Douglas of Caruthersville, became the bride of GJennie W. Cain in a ceremony performed March 10 in the home of the arlde's parents. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cain, also of Caruthersville. Rev. Jewell Johnston, pastor of Pascola Baptist Church, performed the ceremony. The bride wore a white lace street - length dress fashioned with a round neckline,; long sleeves and box-pleated fronl skirt. Site wore a pink carnation corsage. Bridesmaid was Miss Kathy Montgomery. She wore a yellow.and white dotted silk tent dress that featured a pleat, the full length of the dress, topped with a bow. Donald Dill served Mr. Cain as best man. Mr. Cain, who was formerl; employed at J. P. Berry Weld ing Co., left last week for a tour of duty with the Armed Forces. Mrs. Cain, will remain with her parents. Group Attends District Meeting The Pocahontis memberi rf the Arkansas Federation of. Woman's Clubs were hwtesi to the spring convention held In the Pocahontas Federal Build* ing, Friday, March 15. Those attending from Blytheville were Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Mrs. 1. t. WestbrWk, Mrs. F, L. Husband, Mrs. James Lee and Mrs. Allen BUsh. fllythevlila Club wit the flrM place winner for the Woman'* Club press book and first plica winner for tin Woman'i Club yearbook. First place went to MM. James Lee in the sewing division. Laura Trahtham won second place in the Penny Art Fund and Debbie Morrow won third. Lou Allison also entered the contest. Mrs. Allen Bush was elected district historian. For Amuiemeat Jewelry for pure amusement, inspired by the tattoo look, can be found in a Garden of Eden serpent to twist around the legs and arms. Knuckle- duster rings that can be worn as singles or together at th« total finger ring; Camelot necklaces of chain mail mesh, giant pendants and epaulettes will be the adornment. Dell Baptist WMU Has Meeting Monday Dell Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met yesterday afternooon in the home of Mrs. E. H. Prewett for their circle meeting with nine members present. Call to prayer was given by Mrs. Robert Payne and Mrs. C. A. 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