The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1968 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 22, 1968
Page 2
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Kurt - FrM*y. M«reli•«. U* — Society News — Phyllu JUed, Society Editor Ph. FO 3-4461 Mrs. Kenmr Hosts Alpha Delta Social Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met for their March ocial meeting March 19 in the home of Mrs. Mike Kenner. Eight members and four guests, Mrs. Bill Schafer, Mrs. ion Weaver, Mrs. Alvis Harris Jr. and Mrs. Charles Cronk, were present. The theme for the party was 'Secret Desire." Each member was dressed in costume depicting her secret desire. Mrs. Charles Coalter won the Miss Tannda Langston W. Elliott To Wed Miss Langston Gary prize for the best costume. Bridge and canasta was played with Mrs. Cronk winning high in bridge, Mrs, Coalter winning high in canasta and Mrs. Billy Chapman winning bridgo. jBits of News; I moitty ptr&oneu I .illRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIdllllllllhlllllilllllUllillllllllllllUllllllllllllf Mrs. Grover Whittle underwent surgery yesterday in the Baptist Hospital in Youths Have Skating Party A young people's group of the First Baptist Church had a skat ing party Tuesday night at Walker Park Roller Drome, with 150 guests attending. Game winners were Melanie Talley, Mar^s. Johnson, Cindy Tolley and ^ ;ry McMullin. Adult One Training Union Class was sponsor. She is in Room East. Memphis. Union Refreshments of . , and iced drinks were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be a program and business meeting April 2 in the home of Mrs. Roland Steward. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall arrived home last night from pie coffee Huntsvtlle, Ala., where they ^Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calvin Langston announce the engagement of their daughter, Tannda, to Gary Wayne Elliott. •Miss Langston is a graduate of Blytheville High School, attended the University of Arkan- sSs and is now a junior at Ar- kiBBas State University where 6 fit is majoring in physical ed- UCaUon. $t Arkansas Stste, she is a cKerleader and member of Al- pM Omicron Pi sorority, '•fiie bride-elect i« the granddaughter of the late Mr. ;and M£s. Christopher C. Langston | Supper Is "Postponed The box supper planned by th.e Blythevllle Assembly 38 of Rainbows for Girls, scheduled for tonight at 7 p.m. in the Blytheville Masonic Lodge has been postponed, due to the weather. 1 Every | Homeowner i needs it... ONLY Aniriu and the late Mr. and Mrs. Poley Dukes. Mr. Elliott is a graduate of Blytheville High School. He attended the University of Arkansas and is now a junior at Arkansas State University where he is majoring in busi ness administration. •'. ' He is a member of the Indian football team and Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. The prospective groom is the son of the late Oscar Elliott and Mrs. Lyle T. Wacaser of Memphis. He is the nephew of Pf. John Elliott and the grandson of the late Dr. Frank Bently Elliott and Mrs. Frank Bently Elliott of Blytheville. His maternal grandparents are Mrs. Freddie Wright and Houston B. Wright «f Blytheville. A June wedding is being planned by the couple. New Liberty Notes & News Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koonce have returned to their home after visiting their daughter, Mrs. Glen Johnson, Mr. Johnson and family in Hicksville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrel Mahan New Class Has Meeting The newly formed Spares and Pairs Class of First Presbyterian Church held its first dinner meeting Wednesday night in the fellowship hall of the church. Twenty • five persons attended. Opening prayer was led by Walker Milam. Following dinner, an election of officers was held. Elected were Barry Ball, president; Bob Jenkins, vice-president; Mrs. Ira Gene Lambert, secretary • treasurer; and Mrs. Walker Milam, social chairman. The group voted to hold their dinner meetings the third Wednesday of each month. • Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKenzie are leaders of the group. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Armorel - ettes Extension Homemakers Club met Tuesday for their regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Hugh Don Ashmore with seven members and one gtiest, Miss Pat Cole, pres- Hugh D » n ent. President, Mrs. Chairmejt Announced For Woman of the Year Tea Mrs. Roland Steward, general chairman, has appointed the following committee chairmen for the Woman of the Year Tea which will be h e 1 d April 21 in the home of Mrs. W. A. Hart, Highway 18 West, from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Mrs. Quincy Hodge is CO- Red Cross Drive Begins "With the help and cooperation of the citizens of the community," Red Cross Fund Drive Chairman Gerald Chafin of Luxora said he feels the quota of 5725 for 1968 will be reached again this year. The drive started Monday and will end the last of March. Assisting as area captains are: John Grigory, downtown business area; Mrs. Gerald Chafin, residential area; T. W. Johnson, southside area; C. W. King schools; and Mrs. Stewart Gurley, Double Bridges and Rose area. Tom Callis again has charge of the Hightower area. Ashmore, opened the meeting. Each member answered roll call by Celling of something they would like to see invented to relieve housework. Mrs. James Thomas and Mrs. Ashmore showed eye • openers, followed by the group singing .the song of the month. .. •: Leader reports on home furnishings and food were given. Demonstrations on food were given by Mrs. Thomas and Miss Cole. Games were played and the winner was Mrs. Jack Ashmore. . The next meeting will be a workshop meeting in the home of Mrs. Thomas, March 28. A style show will be held with members modeling clothes they have made. The meeting closed with all repeating the E, H. Club creed. Refreshmnets were served during the social hour. had been visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stovall. Majorie 0. Germain of Blytheville, has been initiated into Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority at the University of Oklahoma. Miss Germain, a freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Germain. Allen Gracey son of Mr. and Mrs. Montell Gracey of West Memphis, former Blytheville residents,' will appear on Channel 13 Talent Party tomorrow. He is a, member of the band "The Bits of Wisdom:" Touring. with the University of Arkansas Concert Band Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (March 25, 26 and 27), in Central and Southern Arkansas will be Nellie Adams of Blytheville. United Pentecostal Church Hosts Conference Monday Read Courier news uassifledt Rev. C. W. Ules, pastor of the First United Pentecostal Church of Blytheville, was reelected Presbyter of Section Five of the United Pentecostal Church at their annual conference, held this year in the Blytheville Church, Monday. Rev. E. F. Cannon, general superintendent of the Arkansas District of the United Pentecostal Church, presided at the conference which began at 2 p.m. Other officers elected from Blytheville were: Mrs. C. W. Liles as Section Five Ladies Auxiliary president and Charles Crews, who was elected Sunday school director and re-elected youth secretary . treasurer. Other officers elected were:. Rev. Jimmie Glass of Jones- \ boro as Section Five secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Jimmie Glass, Ladies Auxiliary secretary- treasurer and Rev. T. Jl. Larue, of Manila, youth president. Rip Van Winkle Couldn't Sleep Nagging Backache N«rsin* backache, headache and mu»- cular achM' «id paiiw may come with over-Kiertlon, emotional up«t», or everyday etresa and strain. If this nat- flne backache, with restless, sleeplMS niehts, is wearing you out, makinff you mi«««We Mid irritable, don't wait, try Dean's PiUa — an analgesic, a pain reliever. Doftn's patn-TeHeviTig action on nagging backache i» often the answer. Get Doan's Pills — not a habit-forming drug but a well-known standard remedy used successfully by millions for over 10 years. See if they don t bring you the same welcome relief. For con. Tenlcnct, always buy Doan'a large sue. chairman. The committees and chairmei are: nomination letters, Mrs! Steward; invitations, Mrs. Rei Metzger; publicity) Mrs. Lr> land Riddell; Table appointments, Mrs. ; Cleo Pope; food, Mrs. Alvii Harris; gifts, Mrs. Raymond. Miller; circulating, Mrs.. Har. mon Cook; flowers and decorations, Mrs. Billy Bowen; '' Guest book, Mrs, Curtis Corder; pictures, Mrs. Mike Kenner and Mrs. Charles Coalter; ' kitchen, Mrs.. 0. M. Mitchell;- ; serving, Mrs. Joe Beckman; Powers, Mrs. Jess D. Davis door, Mrs. Steward and place, Mrs. Steward and Mrs. Hodge. 1968 Ch.vroltr BISCAYNE 2 Dr. Sedan 149 FULL PRICE BOB SULLIVAN Chevrolet-Cadillac Call or See Us Today 1400S.Div. PO 3-4578' can give you ORKIN NIW FLAN Of COMPtfTf PHOTtCTION AGAINST TMMirtS J5SSMK» M * 1 PO 3-8233 have returned to their home in Sledge, Miss., after visiting Mrs. Ola Ross. Miss Mary Tom Stepehnson of Joiner was the Friday night guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stephenson. Mrs. Emma Eubanks of Memphis is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'Mrs. D. C. Eubanks. Mrs. Ira Neeley Koonce and children have returned from Little Rock where they visited her mother, Mrs. Dean Leasure and sister, Jamie. Mrs. Ira Koonce entertained Sunday with a party honoring the birthday of Mrs. Mack L. Koonce. Mr. and Mr*. Jimmy. Nash and family rf Little Rock are the guests of Mrs. W. A. Nash and Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Eubanks. Mrs. Edith Epperson attended a teacher's meeting in Cape Girardeau Thursday and Friday NCO Wives Have Recent Fashion Show The Non-Commissioned Wv Club sponsored a fashions preview Tuesday, at the NCO Open Mess. All military wives were in vited to attend 'the show and new spring and summer colors, styles and skirt lengths, were shown. The fashions modeled were furnished by Jiedels Ready-To- Wear Store and Berry's Ladies BATMAN A-GO-GO Featuring 'The Village Sound" : PROM MEMPHIS SATURDAY, MARCH 23 8:00 'Til 12:00 Midnit* Auxiliary luilding, Walker Park •lyth.vill. $1.00 A Bed Toggery. Makeup was furnished through the courtesy of Merle Norman Studio. Dr. Willice Wins Contest Dr. (Capl.) Robert Willice, 851st Medical Group, won the finals of recently the Cotton Pickin' Toastmaster Club's second annual inlra . club speech contest, with his speech entitled "I Can Do Without That." 'The Lawless Society" presented by 1st Lt. Steve Panken, 2101st Communications Squadron, earned the runner • up award. Termed "hard hitting" by members of the club, Doctor Willice's speech summed up two months of preliminary ultra-club competition. Last year's speech' contesl winner, Capt. Robert Lansell, was one of the five finalists in this year's contest with speech on "Physical Fitness." Moth Control In the battle against moths, it is vital to clean and disinfect clothes closets thoroughly. When dry, fill in cracks apply thin coats of fresh, white shellac to seal the closet's surface. WELCOME TO BLYTHEVILLE First Presbyterian Church 901 Highland Martin R. Wilkinson, Minister CERVICES EVERY SUNDAY •:U A. M. Butey School llrtt A. M. MMtaf I:N r. M. TNtt F»ll«w»hlp Qroapt GAY GIBSON DEVELOPS THE LACE CRUSH" Making a beautiful case for the dolled-up look this Summer a Designer Group of simple, skimaiong shapes. Each one, resorting to tiers of laee for late-day enchantment.'Aqua, pink or • i white rayon with a crush on matching Uce. left! Necklace'd and.hem'd lace Crush, sizes 5 to 15 Center: Cap-Sleeved Lace Crush, sizes 5 to 15, .'....'/ Right; Collared and Pocketed Uct Crush, sizu 3 lo 11

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