The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1968
Page 2
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r .... -P'i«t Four - Blythevilte (Ark.) Courier New» - Tuwdiy, Mir* X, IMS — Society News Ph. PO 3-4461 Holmes-Bearden Vows Exchanged March 10 Beatrice Holmes became the bride of Raymond Bearden in a ceremony performed March 10 in Blytheville. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Bearden of Bradford, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biggs were the couple's only attendants. The bride, a graduate of Ely- lits of News mostly ptrtontu Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Reed left today for Thayer, Mo., to at- , theville High School is em- tend the funeral services of his ployed by Campbell 66 Express unc le, Richard Reed, who died Inc. and the groom is cm- , Sunday in Jonesboro. Services ployed by Arkansas • Missouri Power Co. They are making their home at 101 W. Cherry in Blytheville. Luann Hancock Has Birthday Party Friday Luann Hancock, daughter of Mr. ^.:.A Mrs. Gerald Hancock, celebrated her 10th birthday with a party Friday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty-one guests attended. Game winners were Marvin Hancock, Elizabeth McKenzie and Luann Hancock. Decorations were in an Easter theme. The refreshment 'table was covered with an Easter cloth and centered with a large Easter basket, encircled with smaller baskets. Guests were given baskets filled with colored eggs and candy eggs. After gifts were opened, refreshments of decorated cupcakes and iced drinks were served by Mrs. Hancock and the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Earl McGregor. will be tomorrow in Tliayer. Margie Germain, a student at the University of Oklahoma, is spending the spring holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Germain. Mrs. Russell Calvin Hunt and son, Russell Jr., left Raleigh, N. C., yesterday for a two-year stay in Turkey where they will join their husband and father, Sergeant Hunt, who is stationed with the Air Force there. Mrs. Hunt is the former Miss Rebecca Batty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Batty of Blytheville. '"-AT OPENING-Mrs. Ralph Holland pre=! sides at a coffee service as Colonel Holland "'and Airman Barry Smink and Benny Ciav- arella stand by during open house at Blytheville Air Force Base's new library. (Official USAF Photo) Base Library Opened Sunday (Si! Ralph T. Holland, commander, 42nd Air Division, and Mrs. Mary Flinn, base librarian foijnjlly opened the new ultramodern base library, Sunday : Luxora News . By Mrs. A. J. Hill Mrs. Walter Wood has returned home after spending the winter months with her daughters and.-their families in Browns- *yffle;'Tex., and Orlando, Fla. £, Ted Brown was the guest ^peaker at the First Baptist ^Church in Luxora, Sunday. 5 Miss Peggy Kelch, a student jet Arkansas State University, Svas the guest last week of her ."parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Svelch. s Mrs. J. J. Mifflin has rc- Surned home after spending the Jvinter in Gainesville, Fla., with Jier daughter, Miss Betty Miff- 'Jjn. .Miss Mifflin is associated 'winflhe University of Florida. Richard Thomas is a patient in the Osccola Memorial Hospital. Marion Lewis and children of Chicago, 111., arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Williams of Memphis visited Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Howard over the weekend. Mrs. James Washburn of Ca- rulhersville were Ihe gucsls last week of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Bryeans. Mrs. Emma Koch has returned home after visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Helen Wilson," and children of Grand Tower,.111. Harry and T. L. Stanford have returned home after visiting their brother, Harry Stanford, and family in Bixby, Okla. afternoon. As the ribbon fell, approximately 100 guests and dignitaries entered the library to visit the new facility. The new library has 17,000 volumes with an additional $5,000 worth of new books on order, expected to arrive within the next month. Having six times the floor space of the old library, the | new structure has a seating capacity of 100, far exceeding the 30-seat capacity of the old building. Wall - to - wall carpeting throughout the new library and a decor of green and blue are accented by walnut tables and attractive modern chairs. A special activity room will he utilized for children's story hour, adult discussions, and films for all ages and interests. A section caters to the wauls and needs of children, w i t h child - sized furniture and a thorough selection of children's books. The special activities room was also the site of a premier solo exhibition Of watercolors by Mrs. Mildred Thomason, social director, Kingsley Hall service club. Thirty - five of Mrs. Thomason's walercolors, portraying a way of life changed little by time in Arkansas and neighboring areas, were displayed along the walls with a critique of her work by Mr. Ray R. Cadle, Second Air Force director of arts and crafts. Following the lour of the new library and the art show, the guests retired to Kingsley Hall club for an informal E.H.C. Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club will meet tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the club house for a workshop meeting. Mrs. R. 0. Belknap and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson will be hostesses. FAMOUS LEGS of Marlene Dietrich are mostly covered by boots although miniskirt reveals knees. The actress was in Australia for an Arts Festival. Gosnell Extension Homemakers Club met yesterday with 13 members and one new member, Mrs. Clifford Griffin, present. Mrs. Christine Gentry gave the thought of the month. The group sang "Down in the Valley" followed by a devotional by Mrs. A. B. Ford. Eye - openers were shown by Mrs. Charles Stromire Sr., Mrs. Bertie Dorris, Mrs. Denzii Griffin, Mrs. Tom Grimes, Mrs. Pauline LaFarlette, Mrs. Van- eel Gentry, Mrs. Jimmy Meacham and Mrs. Carol Daniels. Roll call was answered by each member telling of a gadget she wished someone would invent. Leader reports were given by Mrs. Leon Davis. Mrs. Christine Gentry gave a demonstration on how to cover shoes and Mrs. LaFarlette showed a purse she hnci covered. Mrs. Meacham presented the program "Meat: Hows and Whys." Mrs. LaFarlette gave the treasurer's report and Mrs. Margaret Griffin read the minutes of the previous meeting. During the business meeting, it was voted to have a workshop meeting next Monday. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Christine Gentry will be hostesses. The meeting closed with all present repeating the club creed and refreshments of cake and iced drinks were served by the Birthday Is Celebrated Xi Xi Chapter Has Rush Party Monday Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained with a rush Mrs. Jess D. Davis. Mrs. Roland Fletcher assisted Mrs. Davis with the dessert party. Spring colors were used in decorations and individual tables were centered with pastel colored tulips in basket pots. Rusliees attending were Mrs John Mathews and Sam Pitt-1 Leiand Riddell, Mrs. Billy Bowman III celebrated their birth-j en and Mrs. Joseph Couch. party last night in the home of Two Birthdays Are Celebrated Donnie Thomas celebrated his 12th birthday with a skating _________ ....._ _._.,__,_ party Monday afternoon at Walk \ Order of the Eastern Star Coming Events Tuesday Orpheus Music Club Parkside Garden Club Dell Kiwanis Club Officers' Wives' Club Newcomers' Coffee Mary Martha Sunday Schoo class of Memorial Baptis Church Eastern Star Chapter 279 days with a skating party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park toiler Drome. John was celebrating h i s ninth birthday and Sam was celebrating his eighth birthday. Twenty-nine guests attended. Game winners were Mark fohnson, Johnny Pittman and Jenny Matthews. Sam is the son of Mr. and rfrs. Sam Pittman Jr. and John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matthews. er Park Roller Drome. Twenty - three guests attend ed. David Hamm and Garr Branch were game winners. Donnie is the son of Mr. an Mrs. James L. Thomas of Ar morel. hostess. Homemakers Extension Homemakers Club met yester day in the home of Mrs. W. B Harshbarger. Mrs. Bill Williams was co hostess. Seven members, two new members, Mrs. Lynn Dobbins and Mrs. Jane Hodges, a n c four guests, Mrs. Frank Ellis Mrs. Dalma Reid, Mrs. James Parrish and Miss Pat Cole were present. Mrs. Steve Eatmon gave the devotional. Eye - openers were shown by Mrs. Harshbarger. Roll call was answered with each member telling a gadget she wished someone would invent. A leader report on landscaping was given by Mrs. F. B. Riggs. Miss Cole presented the program entitled "Meats: Hows and Whys." Mrs. Eatmon won the door prize. Mrs. Basil Burns led the closing club creed. Mrs. Eatmon will be hostess for an April 22 meeting. Business and Professional Women's Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association Kickoff Luncheon, 12:30 Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Lange PTA Great Books Club Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club Wednesday Bridge Club Armorel Baptist W.M.U. Down One bridge Club Chapter D. P.E.O. Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League Altrusa Club of Boytheville Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Duplicate Bridge League Sand's Motel Thursday Club Kibitzer Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Sand's Motel Michael Hill Has Party i Michael Lee Hill celebrated: his seventh birthday with a j party Saturday at Walker Park' Roller Drome. | Game winners were G a y e j Ann Childress and Scarlet' Blankenship. I Twenty guests attended. Michael is the son of Mr.' and Mrs. Max Hill. Dubs bridge was played with Mrs. Bowen as winner. Mrs Orville Mitchell won the lew prize. Bridgo also was played and Mrs, Riddell was tlie winner. Mrs. John Kersnick will be hostess for the April 2 meeting in her home. 1968 IMPALA SPORTS COUPE $2395 FULL PRICE BOB SULLIVAN Chevrolet-Cadillac .Call or See Us Today | 1400 S. Div. PO 3-4578 JillllliuiiiiiiiiiiiSffliiiiiiiiiiiiiHiminiiaiiisiHiianiiiiiiiai: 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Milllgan Ridge 4-H Club had i skating party last night at tValker Park Roller Drome with 27 guests attending. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Slbert Hawkins, Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams and Mr. Kibel Holt. Esther Class Has Meeting Esther Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church met recently in the home of Mrs. ishere." -^ Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA SINGER* Fluff Crept Prints Perfect for the flared look! Exclusive designs, creamy-soft, multi-colored. Wear for travels in town and away. 100% DACRON polyester. 45" wide. TUES. AND WED. 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Pie, cake and coffee were served by the hostess. j BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Cleaning Specials Good Thru Friday LADIES &.MEN'S PLAIN SUITS AND DRESSES C ea. or 3 for $2.19 BEAUTIFULLY ILEANED & PRESSED 00 ON A FLING WITH A NEW DURING. .WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at MO p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices.) Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c — Children We. Mon thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c & 35c. Friday, Saturday &, Sunday, Show continuous from 2 p.m. 90c & 35c. LAST TIME TODAY 'JACK OF DIAMONDS" — with George Hamilton and Joseph Cotton (GA) WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY (A-MY) BANKAMERICARD •N^ Personality FunioB iaya 'The *ltng*« the thing!* an£ what Letter way to go than with linjj- littlt ihoei nick ai iktie! BlocVy htcli, tounJ too acU to the litely new loot! 311 W. Main Shoe Store Ph. PO 3-3549 ? 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