The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1968 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 29, 1968
Page 2
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i Pagt Four - Blyttwvll!* (Ark.) Courier N«wa - Friday, Man* », INI I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis Bobbitt iLeslie - Bobbin Vows March 2 — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Social and Personal Notes Mrs. John Burnett returned from Tulsa, Okla., yesterday after spending a few days with her sister and family, Mr. and son are flying to Durham, N C., today. Mr. Branson is rep resenting Arkansas at the South cm Conference of Architectura Mrs. Qucntin Kile, due to the Registration Boards on Educa death of their daughter, Jill. Mike and Jimmy Watson, and Sha Carson of the University of Arkansas and Ricky Carson of Baylor University in Waco, Tex are spending the spring break with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Watson. Martha Huffman, a sophomore at Vanderbllt University n Nashville, Tenn., is spending Ihe spring holidays with her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank tfuffman. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey are spending the weekend at their cottage in Cherokee Village. They have as their guests, his sister, Mrs. Marvin McLane and Mr. McLane of Desoto, Mo. i In a ceremony performed 'sMarch 2 at 6 p.m. at the Firsl JBaptist Church of BIytheville •by Rev. Alvis B. Carpenter, JMlss Linda Joy Leslie, daugh- tter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lesslie of Monelte, was wed to Don- iald Lewis Bobbitt, son of Mrs. •B. 0. Bobbitt and the late Mr ;Bobbitt of Route 2, Enfield, N. I The ceremony was performed •between two pyramids of white "candles with pink bows flanked .on either side with baskets of traveler pink gladiolus and gyp- jsophilia in sunburst design with -azalia pink bows. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunl, organist, .played lie traditional wedding of tulle fell from a lace covered ring. A cascade bouquet of stepba- notis, miniature white carnations centered with pink roses was carried. Mrs, Leslie, mother of the bride, wore a blue crepe suit t, which she added white accessories. . . . Mrs. Bobbitt, mother of the groom, wore a navy blue dress with navy accessories. Each had a white carnation corsage. Plaza Cafeteria was the setting of I he wedding reception, The bride's table was bordered with pink mylene with link roses at each festoon. Mr. S. Bran- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arthur Barksdale Air Force Base La., formerly of BIytheville announce the birth of a soi born March 19. He has beei named Keith Edward. Thej have another son, Christopher Mrs. Arthur is the former Mis: Mary Jayne Odom. Carlos Cable, who suffered' • heart attack March 21, is a patient in Chickasawba Hospi tal. He is in Room E-14 and i not allowed visitors at this tim° Sgt. Dwayne L. Tinker, for merly of BIytheville, now s!a lioned in Fort Worth, Tex., wil arrive in Little Rock today ti visit his mother, Inez Tayloi Tinker, and brother, J. Troy. Plastic Webbing Can Add New Look to Windows marches. Candle lighters were The all - white, three • tier :Mike Mielke of Spokane, Wash., and Craig Milcheltree of Kan- Jsas City, Mo. ' Mrs. Bettina Houcliin of Car. away, Ark., as matron of honor, wore a street - length frock of •a^.-ilea pink crepe with a nmtch- 'ing ring headpiece with a tulle veil. She wore a double while carnation corsage dressed in Better Times ribbon. SI Clair Bobbitt of Enfield, N. C., was his brother's bestl sjg|er of ^ M& ^ m ^ man ' ! Sue Leslie, served punch. Louis Crcnshaw. Mike Mielke i shm . y Les , jei sisler of (he and Craig Milcheltree were us- brid(i| pres | ded at the bride's wedding cake which was cut by the bride's sister, Mrs. Brenda Williams, was accented with sugar roses, frosted swans and festoons on each tier. It was topped with a miniature bride and groom. The cake was flanked by two three - branched silver candelabra wilh pink candles. A centerpiece of pink roses and white carnations topped with two frosted wedding bells was on the punch table. Sister hers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of pi.ik crope with l;ice bell sleeves and a jeweled neckline. book which was decorated with a pair of single sconces with pink candles and pink rice bags. A white pen, with a base etched in silver to match the Patsy J. Cole Extension Home Economist North Mississippi County Try plastic webbing at windows for a new look! Just when it seems there are no more really different and ingenious ideas for home decorating, along comes something bright as a new penny. Plastic webbing, best known for its use on garden chairs, can be used in making window curtains. Vertical strips of white plas- ic webbing-make a distinctive window treatment for a boy's ledroom, den,, family room, basement recreation room, or any room in a summer cottage. Plastic webbing, available by the yard in a choice of colors, is simple for even an inexperienced seamstress to work with because, little actual sewing is involved. Here's how it's done. Cut several strips of webbing the length of the window and •Iliillllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll NEWS OF THE The elbow - length bridal veil bride's book, was provided for the'guests.' After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple is now residing at 120 Dougan in Blythe- 10th Grade Has Party Thursday The sophomore class of South Pemiscot High School had a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Thursday night. Forty guests attended. Sponsors were Mrs. Lewi s, Mr. Schanda, Mr. McGarrity, Mr. Dunivan and Mrs. Earls. ville. 'COttfj iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Girl Scout Troop 11V met at Valker Park Roller Drome Tuesday night for a father- daughter skating party. ' Twenty - seven guests attended. Game winners were Becky Jenkins, Canii Haney and Leon Miller. Sponsors were Joyce Malpn Gail Haney, Lou Wilhite an Shirley Miller; I sew a loop of any fabric to (the top and bottom edges ol 'each strip. Then simply insert cafe curtain rods through the fabric loops at each end, leaving one- inch spaces between the strips. Place the rods in brackets at the top and bottom of the window and you have a neat, tailored window treatment that won't be disturbed by the highest wind or stormiest weather. You don't always have to take the webbing down to keep it clean. A once - over with a sponge dipped in hot soap or detergent suds will remove surface dirt right at the window. It should get a "real" laundering at least, once a season. Swish the strips through hot suds, rinse under the faucet, shake off excess water, wipe with a towel and hang them I back in place. Flower Show Plans Told BIytheville Garden Club's annual flower show will be held Wednesday, April 3, in the BIy- theville Woman's Club Building, 1416 W. Main. An invitational class will be open to members of other garden clubs in the artistic division. Show schedules may be ob- ained from Mrs. D. C. Paf- 'ord, Mrs. James B. Gates and Mrs. W. T. Metzger. Visitors will be welcomed on the day of the show from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. A WHOLE NEW IDEA in ; face-making an the water color palnK>n«. Actually, 'they're pastel pretty eye .makeup shades. Why not •a heart on your cheek or : flowers on your earlobes? • Your two paiat box of i colors, alas • brort and • finy weu for water will do the job. Now shoes for happy little feed Boys and sirls will lav* these exciting styles ... and parent! appreciate their precise fit, quality construction. FREE TRUSIW BIRO. • HM • IV. rm viiDi wh HIT ol Wwte-IM «•» YOUR BANKAMERICARO WELCOME HEUER'S SHOE STORE 311 W. MAIN PO 3-3549 Young people need help in hitting the mark ;, *. Spiritual perception to see the real purpose of life and moral strength-to reach it — this is the help they need. (One of the words for sin in the early Bible meant "to miss the mark.") Young people gain a more accurate aim in life through t better understanding of God and man. Tlie/H be welcome at the * Christian Science Sunday School * pupils up to the tee of 20 Urls 9:30 a.m. Church Services 1:M a.m. The Christian Science oclety of Blytherllle mtet> at he Women'i Club Biilldini, 14U wt Main StiMl, BlythtviU*, rk. Wt/comt Evcryont PAGE - Joe Goble will serve as floor page for E. C. "Took" Gainings the month of April in Washington. Joe is a junior at Wilson High School and is the son of Mr. and-Mrs. Alex Goble Jr. of Bassett. Mrs. Grammes Presents Bible Study A Bible sludy, "If a Man Dies, Shall He Live Again?," based on the book of Job, was presented by Mrs. Richard A. Grammes, at First Lutheran Church, Thursday morning when the Women's Guild had their Christian Growth meeting. • The program, "First Journey of Jesus", carrying out the Iheme, "So Walk with Him," was given by Mrs. Bill Williams. The group sang, "I Know that My Redeemer Lives," accompanied by Mrs. Don Prevallet at the organ. Mrs. Erich Lehmann Jr. was hostess. The business meeting, which will be proceeded by a recipe luncheon, will be held April 11, at 11:30 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Grammes, 1523-A, Seventh St., BIytheville'Air-Force Base. Great Books Club Changes Meeting Date Great Books Club will meel April 10 (instead of April 3) in !ie home of Mrs. C. W. Garri;an at Half Moon. Mrs. George Fisher will pre- ent the program from volume our of the Great Book Series, 'Life Is a Dream" by Calde on. Mrs. Haines Hosts Club Mrs. Harry A. Haines. was ostess yesterday to the Kib- zer Club in her home. Guests attending were Mrs. ohn Logan, Mrs. Charles Criger, Mrs. ;Charles Watson and firs.- Alvin; Huffman III.. . ' Mrs. Johnny White won high nd Mrs.;George Hubbard won econd. ' WMU Has Program Meeting Yarbro Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met Wednesday night in the church for their monthly meeting and Royal Service Program, "Preparation for Mission Action". Those participating on the program were Mrs. Sandra Sanders, Mrs. Judy Beiknap', Mrs Harry Cotton, Mrs. Jack Emery, Mrs. Lawson Enderson and Mrs. Alvin Jackson. Mrs. Joyce Jackson gave the dismissal prayer. EAGLES-Mike Fischer (left) and Robert Meyers received Eagle Scout awards at a court of honor Tuesday night at BIytheville Air Force Base. Jack Robinson made the presentation before some 100 adults and Scouts. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Tanner Hosts Bridge Club Luncheon Thursday Bridge Club met for a luncheon yesterday in the home of Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Mrs. M. M. Handle and Mrs. E. A. Stacy attended as guests. Bridge winners were Mrs. Sarry Kirby and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. A bouquet of spring flowers were used on the luncheon table. Boy, SCOUT NEWS Boy Scouts will give a "Dis- ;rict Together Plan" meeting tonight at 7:30 in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. Nick Rose will be in charge of the meeting. Rainbow Girls Are Planning Box Supper A. box supper sponsorad by the Rainbow Girls will be held Saturday at 7'p.m. at the Masonic Temple. "• '• All women are asked to bring boxes to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. E.H.C Meeting Notes Town, and Countrj Extension Homemakers Club met at the ciui: -ouse Wednesday for a .workshop meeting. Mrs. R. 0. Beiknap was hostess with 10 members present. Following lunch,, bandy .jars were decorated in aii Easter theme to be taken to nursing homes and.shut-ins.. The group practiced songs they plan to sing at Parkview;. Manor Nursing home .the week before Easter/ ',.' ' .. Members worked on knitting, ' crocheting and liquid embroidery and other articles that Will ; be used for the club bazaar. The club will meet April 10 in the home of Mrs. N. C. Pat- T, :erson for their regular meet- , ing. • .:,. Pear halves, home - poached or canned, make a . delicious accompaniment for- chocolate • sauce if you want to gild the" ily. SHRUB SALE Seasonal Closeouts - Fri., Sat. and Sun. Only TREES CLUMP RIVER BIRCH (We're Loaded) Reg. $13.60 NOW $J50 TULIP POPLAR REDUCED ONE-HALF Reg. $12.00 .... NOW 6 FRUIT TREES APPLE — PEACH — PEAR CHERRIES —PLUM Reg. $1.98 Reduced 69 ea. FLOWERING SHRUBS 39 C Reg. 98c NOW CHINESE HOLLY Larse JAPANESE HOLLY Reg. 3.98 Now | r Landscape Size . $ Reg. 3.98 ..... Now PURPLE LEAF PLUM Reg. 2.98 Weekend $198 TULIP MAGNOLIAS LOADED IN BUDS Now $029 2 Visit And Browse - One Of. The South'% Largest Stocks and Selections THE RED BARN S. Highway 61 (OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON) Blythevillt

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