The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 30, 1968
Page 4
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- My«hevltl« (Ark.) Courier New* - Saturday, March 89, INT Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Miss Clementine Susan Esposifo \Cfawles Robert Penn Jr. To Wed Miss Clementine Esposito i\Jr. and Mrs. Dominic Francis' Bsposilo of Tallahassee, Fla*., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Clementine Susan Esposilo, to Charles Ropert Penn, Jr., of Columbus, Gat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chfcrles Robert Penn, Sr., of Blytheville. Miss Esposito was graduated from Gadsden County High School at Qulncy, Fla., where she was a member of the National Honor Society, She attended the University of Con- necticutt and Florida State Uni^ versify. At the present time, Miss Esposito Is secretary for t h e Florida Department of Agriculture in Tallahassee where she is a member of the Tallahassee Little Theatre and The Friends of the Children's Home Society. Mr. Penn was graduated from Blytheville High School and the University of Mississippi School of Engineering, a t Oxford. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He is now an engineer w i t h H. L. Coble Construction Com-' pany in Columbus, Ga. Grandparents of the bride- elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. John Esposito and the late Mr. \Mrs. Baker Program Leader '[For Recent WSCS Meeting fihrist Methodist Church TVdmen's Society of Christian Service met March 5 at the church with nine members and two guests, Mrs. Tom Riding ar4 Clyde Gilliland, present. "Youth — Society's Untapped Resource" was the program tonic with Mrs. Ernest Baker as fleader. Sobert Brashier, high school counselor of the Blytheville School system was guest speaker*! Following Mr. Brashier's talk Mrs. Baker gave a short sum- rnjry of "Youth — The Chur- ch's Hope for Change." The program closed by prayer followed by a business meeting with Mrs. Clyde Gilliland, president, presiding. Officer's reports were distributed for completion. The meeting to be held April 5 at Jonesboro and the meeting to be held in West Memphis April 19 and 20 were reviewed. A love offering was taken. Mrs. C.W. Garrigan will be in charge of the April program. The meeting closed with pray- I 10 G.A/s Attend Meeting I Wednesday The Girl's Auxiliary of Mary's Chapel Baptist Church in Huff • m|h met Wednesday night at th» : church. Connie Huffman, president, called the meeting to order. Mary Thomas led in prayer. teresa Huffman, prayer chairman, read the calendar of pray- erand Bobbie Helms ted prayer for; missionaries. The program wa» entitled "(Jbd Bless America." Those participating on the program were Teresa Huffman, Cajhy Welch, Marty Lamb, Bob- bie'Helms and Connie Huffman. The program concluded with thi; group singing "God Bless America". fiine members and one guest, Lite Helms, sister of B*bbie Hflms, attended. *he G. A. Counselor, Mr». Bert Thomas, closed the meet, tog with pray«r. and Mrs. Sal Paciol, all of New York. Mr. Penn is the grandson of Mrs. John Broadus Simms. and the late Mr, Simms of Lake Village, Ark., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifton Penn of Grenada, Miss. Miss Esposito and Mr. Penn will be united in marriage Saturday, April 6, at 12 noon in the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church at Tallahassee. Coming Events Monday Altar and Rosary Society First Baptist Church w,»;,s. Trinity Baptist W.M.U. Dell Methodist W.S.C.S. First Methodist Church W.S. C S First Methodist Women's Society Tops Razorback Trimeltes Rebekah Lodge 18 Dell Baptist W.M.U. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Tuesday Band Parents at Band Building Easlside Garden Club Broadmoor Garden Club. Yarbro Baptist W.M.U. Daughters of the American Revolution, Blythevillo Country Club, 1 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Xi Xi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association beginners clinic, 10 a.m. Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Dell Kiwanis Club, Blythevilte Garden Club 10 a.m. at the clubhouse Wednesday Down One Bridge Club Wednesday Bridge Club Hannah Class of First Baptist Church T & C Bunco Club. Nazarene Warld Mission So. ciety P.T.A. Study Course, First National Bank Meeting Room 9:30 a.m. Blythevilte Garden Flower Show Woman's Club Building. Thursday Kibitzer Club Thursday Club Omicron Chapter Alpha Del ta Kappa Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N, P.E.O. Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers Club Chapter D Has Luncheon Wednesday Chapter D, P.E.O., met for a luncheon Wednesday in the home of Mrs. R. A. Porter with Mrs. Bob Kirshner as co-hostess. Mrs. W. T. Rowan of Okolona, Miss., mother of Mrs. James C. Guard, was a luncheon guest. Salmon-colored carnations centered the luncheon table. The president, Mrs. Bill Bra- Mrs. Fisher Will Speak To Club Eastside Garden Club will meet next Tuesday in the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Meeting time is 1:30 p.m. Guest speaker, Mrs, Elton Fisher, will present' a program on wild flowers. Malch Make-Up If yours Is a round face, avoid highly arched eyebrows and the round - eyed look. Instead, concentrate mascara on your outer lashes and pluck beneath your brows for a short, straight brow line. For a square face, keep eyebrows and lipline rounded. cey, announced the new com-1F o r an oblong face, avoid miltees for the coming year. I peeked or droopy brows and a Mrs. C. D. Clark gave the | pointed bow mouth. Chin long? Record report. Mrs. James Ross Draw lower lip to look as full as possible. The right hairdo charge o! the program on South | can also balance face shapes America. and compensate for imperfecl The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. REVIVAL NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 1 — BLYTHEVILLE April 1 thru April 7 Services Each Evening 7:30 P.M. MARVIN SIFFORD EVANGELIST Tht Hancock family Will B» in Charge of th» Mutic BILL CARDWELL•— Pastor features. Jaycettes Meet For Bingo At Nursing Home Rlyilieville Jaycettes m e t Thursday night at Parkview Manor Nursing home [or bingo games'With the patients from 6:30 until 8. The group returned to the lome of Mrs. Wayne Sanders following the games for cake and coffee. Mrs. Richard Farmer attended as a guest. The door prize was won b y Mrs, Curtis Corder. The next meeting vv i 11 be April 11 at the Jaycee clubroom and all Jaycee wives have been invited to attend. CANCER DRIVE PLANNED-Mrs. Leroy Ross, service committee chairman, addressed a group of volunteer workers Wednesday afternoon as .plans were finalized for the start of next month's cancer drive. The business drive will be conducted during the first two weeks in April, the rural'drive runs through the entire month, and tl'e residential drive will be climazed on April 30, which has been designated Cancer Day, according to Mrs. Forrest Moore, publicity chairman for the group. (Courier News Plioto) ' Career Clinic Is Held Mr. Williams Piano Guild Auditions Scheduled Aubrey Williams of Jackson, Tenn., adjudicator for the National Guild of Piano Teachers will be in Blytheville Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week to hear area piano students. All teachers of piano who are Guild members will present their pupils to Mr. Williams for adjudication. Some 75 young pianists will play for Mr. Williams during the three-day visit. The National Guild conducts these auditions as one step in a national piano tournament and for the benefit of teachers and pupils. Mr. Williams has a master of music degree from the American Conservatory of Music i n Chicago and earlier studied a t Juilliard. He assisted in the organization of a preparatory school of the arts in Florida in 1960 and later became director of the school. Currently, he teaches, composes and gives occasional concerts. During the adjudication here, students will be graded on their performance, Sister Dolores, local Guild chairman, announced, If you are using an old-fashioned waffle iron that has no heat indicator, you can test the iron to see whether it is the right cooking temperature. Just place a piece of white typewriter paper between the grids of the heated iron; when the paper turns a light brown color the heat should be right. Seven Attend Class Meeting Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Orville McGuire. Seven members were present. Mrs. C. L. Evans, class teacher, gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. Sam Wilder gave the devotional. A social hour followed with refreshments of coffee and cake being served. Serve coffee the French way — half strong coffee, half very hot milk. Call the combination cafe au lait. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark, »««••««•••«••«•»•*»•»«»»»•*•***************** • SAT. • SUN. • MON DOUBLE FEATURE — FIRST RUNS —Plus— EUZABETH TAYLOR MARLON BRANDO II GAMES" Starring Simone Signoret and .Tames Caan PLUS CARTOON Admission $1—All Children Under 12 Fret If Accompanied by Parents. Beginning April 1st, The Starvue Drive-In Will Be Open Full Timu. Altrusa Club of Blytheville sponsored a career clinic for llth grade girls of Blytheville High School, Thursday night. The clinic was held in the Hospitality Room of Arkansas- Missouri Power Co. The vocational service committee was in charge of. the clinic. The program in the form of a panel discussion was made up of: Mrs. Floyd White of the Blytheville Business College, who discussed stenographic and secretarial work. Mrs. Virginia Davis, who spoke on the opportunities provided at Southwestern Bell Telephone. Mrs. Carol Shaneyfelt, president of the Blytheville Education Association and teacher at Central Elementary School, who spoke on teaching. James Statler of Cotton Boll Vocational and Technical School gave the curriculum offered at the school. • Mrs. Geneva Miller, of Eagie Beauty School explained cosmetology. Mrs. Lura Mays of the Lura Lee Shop used as her topic, "Salesmanship". Guests attending were Miss Effie Lee Terrell, guidance counselor at Blytheville High School, Miss Howerton, junior class sponsor, and members of the Altrusa Club. The refreshment table was draped with white tulle over satin. . The centerpiece was composed of dutch iris, snapdragons, yellow marguerite daisies interspersed with Easter bunnies in pastel colors. An arrangement of pink traveler gladiola, blue dutch iris and white marguerite daisies was on the speakers table. The clinic is an annual affair of the Altrusa Club. its of NewsJ t mostly per&onai | N.H. (Bick) Blackmore is now at home after being a patient at Doctors Hospital after a five- week stay. He is allowed visitors. Read Courier News uassUiedt E.H.C. Meeting Notes Armorel • ettes Extension Homema.'-:ers Club mat Tnurs- day night in the home of .Mrs. James Thomas for a workshop meeting. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Preston Lawrence, attended. The members who took part in. the sewing class instructed by Mrs. Thomas, modeled the garments they had made. The theme of the style show was "Spring on a Shoestring." Models were Mrs. Hugh Doir Ashmore, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. C. W. Spurlock, Mrs. Farrell Kincaid and Mrs. Billy Williams. All garments were made of 100 percent cotton and accessories were compliments of Jiedel's Ready-lo-Wear..Store. .•.,•:« Following the style show, refreshments were served by tha hostess. Mrs. Ashmore will be hostess for the April 9 meeting. Mrs. Rainwater Hosts Club Mrs. W. T. Rainwater wal hostess for a dessert bridge yesterday for Friday Bridge Club. One guest, Mrs: Albert Taylor, attended. Bridge winners were Mrs. Bob Warren and Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr. Mrs. Elan Heath will be hostess for next week's meeting. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "COUNTfRPO/NT" • Sun. •Mon. «Tues. and «Wed. OFi TECHNICOLOR* A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Monday, April 1st, thru Friday, April 5th, THERE WILL BE NO MATINEES In the EITZ, because of RE-SEATING, SHOWS_ will continue at night starting at 7:15. LAST TIME TODAY "BALLAD OF JOS/E" — with Doris Day (GA) • SUNDAY •MONDAY COMING SOON TO THE MTZ BERSERK _ WlUi loan Cruwferd * 1> Hirdla It. 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