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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 1, 1968
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raw «* Rythevfll* (Art.) Courier News - Monday, AprB 1, Mrs. William Paul Steinac Miss Lands Bride Of ^Villiam PaulStemac In a wedding ceremony solemnized by Rev. S. Cardwell March 7 at 5 p.m. at the Blessed Sacrament Ch u r c h, l4iss Teresa Lu Lands, daughter ;of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lands, of ijonesboro, became the bride ofiPFC William Paul Stemac, son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Stemac, of Blytheville. .; Baskets of white gladioli and rfiurns and tree palms flanked the :altar. J A! white wroght iron prie dieu overlaid with white satin, marked : the place of the ceremony. •Cathedral tapers illuminated ttie; : altar from various vantage points in the church. Pews were marked with white butterfly b'mvs. j Virgil Tyner, organist, played selected nuptial music and the traditional marches. ' As maid of honor and only attendant, Miss Carol Marie Mathis wore a blue street- length dress and a short veil secured by a blue crown. : She carried a nosegay o f while carnations with blue streamers. ; Gregg Stemac, the groom's brother, was best man and Fred Flemon, cousin of the g r o o m, aiid Jack Lands III, the bride's brother, were ushers. | " Given in marriage by her fa- j tlier, the bride wore a white! cotton voile street-length dress with long Elizabethan sleeves. : French lace edged the sleeves and the round neckline, and the ^aist was given a cummerbund effect with lace inserts. 'A queen's crown of lace am! pearls secured the triple-tiered v^aist-length bridal veil of misty illusion. iA colonial nosegay of white roses and baby breath, outlined With white lace and trimmed with white lace and satin streamers, was carried. -Mrs. Lands wore a street- length dress of deep blue linen. ' The groom's mother wore a blue floral silk street - length dress and each had a corsage of white cymbidium orchids. ;A reception was held by the bride's parents at their home. : The serving table was covered with an imported linen cloth, with a cutwork overlay, and! vjas centered with an arrange-' rnent of white Dutch iris, candy ttift and stock with white tapers in milk glass holders on either side. The white three - tiered wed ding cake, decorated with white sugar roses and silver dragees was topped with white carna tions. Mrs. Max Hardin cut the cake and Miss Mary Milbourn pour, ed punch. Miss Virginia Lee Mathis served coffee, assisted by Mrs Estes Coleman, Mrs. Ellis Whe eler, Mrs.'Wyatt Patrick, Mrs Roscoe Hays and Mrs. Melvin Wamock. Miss Sara Smith presided a the bride's book table which was covered with white floor- length net. An anniversary candle on the table was encircled with white and blue tulle and ribbon. For her wedding (rip, the new Mrs. Stemac chose a rose pink jacket dress to which she pin ned a white rose corsage. After a brief wedding trip, the groom returned to Fort Bragg N. C., where he is stationed. The bride is residing with he; parents until the end of the se mester at Arkansas State when she is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Stemac honored the Lands-Stemac party at West Park following the wedding rehearsal on Wed nesday evening, March 6. Refreshments of dessert a n ( coffee were served to the !• guests. The couple presented gifts t their attendants. iBits of News! = moititi per&oncu § £= at SlIllllllllinillllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllliailHIIIIIIIIilllllllllll Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pafford were the guesls of Mr. and Mrs W.L. Moxley in Memphis Sun day. They attended the Daffodi Show and Holiday On Ice. Scott Warrington, University of Arkansas student in educa tion, recently participated i n a classroom television project de signed to let future teachers see and hear themselves in action She is the daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Bob Jamison of Blythe ville. George A. Hale Jr. of Burdette was named to the fa M semester honor roll in the Uni versily of Arkansas's College of Agriculture. See Your MFA INSURANCE BUELL W. CARTER, Agent 607 N. 6th Phone PO 3-3361 Wont Good Machine Work Want Good Engineering Want Honest Advice COME TO — ; BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway PO 2-2911 155 Named To BJHS Honor Roll Students at Blytheville Junior High School on the nonor roll for the first nine;weeks of the second semester are: Scve-;t;i Grade Elisa Alcazar, Jolm Beasley, Teresa Blasingame, George Brents, Cathy Carson, Melanie Christie, Jamie Cohen, James Crocker; George Crook, Sarah.. Day, Peter Dapp, Melia Derrick, Sherry Harris, Sue Eagan, Debra Ertel, Pam Flagg, Lana Elliott, Steve Griffin; Particia Gurley, Scott Gurley, Nancy Harrison, Ellis Homer, Steve Johns, Russell Koonce, Pam London,: Risa Martin, Zoe McBride; Julia McHaney, Randy Moody, Bob Moore, Mark Moseley, Terri Hurley, Kim Nicholson, Brenda Northcutt, Laura Partlow; ; Debbie Peterson, David Rinehart, Pam Shirley, Sharon Simmonds, Bill Steinsiek, Robert M. Taylor, Cynthia Tegethoff; Grace Tompkins, Stephen Tompkins, Steve Williams and Gale Ziegenbein. Eighth Grade Jimmy Anderson, Frank Ashby, Bill Bracey, Lou Branscum, John Byford, Dennis Caldwell, Terri Crowe, Theresa Denton, Marsha Cameron; Charles Crigger, Rodney Curry, Sherri Cunningham, Ramona Elmore, Brends Eaves, Grade Elliott, Donna Evans, Janice Finch, Donald Foley; Randy Garrett, Becky Go, Bill Godley, Janice F. Grahm, Bill Green, Sheila Griffith, Zal Harrison,. Pam Henson, Ben Hubbard,; Craig Hughes, Valerie Jackson; Lauren Jamison, Bob Johnson, Sharon Jones, Kim Killett, Teena Knepper, Susan K o u r y, Robert Kuykendall, Roger Lee, Larry Long, Kerri McLeod, Anne McSpadden, Martha Nunn, Kay Parrish, Susan Peterson, Martha Petty; Theresa Pipkins, Linda Pike, Deborah Posey, Joe T. Robinson, Pam Royer, Rhonda Russell, Debra Shaneyfelt, Rhonda Sigmin, Carl Smith, Robert Smith; Diana Stribling, Laura Terry, Jackie Thickson, Arlene Thompson, Debra Tomlinson, Mike Watson, Ann Williams, Nickie Veach and Melinda Vowell. Ninth Grade Debbie Abbott, Karen Baker, Stan Ball, Dale Ballon, Terry Benneth, Sherly Brown, Ray Bunch, Linda Byrd; Cathy Carter, Thomas Clay, Ws'i2r Collier. Donna Deaver, Janice Dixon, Robert Ellis, Bob Harris, Marta Halsell; Terry Hamby, Tommy Hayn- nes, Kalhy Human, Cora Sue Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Dusty Kennemore, Samia Koury, Ronald Lovins; Rebecca Morgan, Debbie Morrow, Marilynn Moseley, Molly Nebhut, Donna Parrish, Terry Pay ton; Liz Rainwater, Debbie Reid, Diana Rhinehart, Rhonda Hhoads, Rite Roberts, Susan Scrape, Donna Seibert, Harold Shipley, Linda Slaughter; Nan Stiles, Deena Sutton, Vickie Tims, Cynthia WestbroOk and Tommie Westbrook. — Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 REHEARSAL - Members of the Blytheville Very Little Theatre continue rehearsal for "The Mousetrap' 1 by Agatha Christie, to 'be' presented April 4, 5, and 6 at the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park. Cast members (from left to right) are Marion Wil~burn, Ed Ertel, Janice Ertel, Susan Shaw, Dan Wilburn, Peter Foti, Bill Burns and Frank Nordeen. The play begins each night at 8 p.m. Garden Club Will Meet To Finalize Show Plans The Blytheville Garden Club will meet in the Woman's Club Building, 1416 W. Main, Tuesday. morning. at 9 a.m. to finalized preparations for their an- Inual daffodil show on Wednes! day. ' : All members have been urged to attend. Other garden clubs have been asked to enter arrangements i n the-'artisitic division. Artistic Division includes: class one, "Easter Parade", arrangement, using white daf- fodils^ciass two, "April Love" ajjangements using yellow daf- fodils; Class three, "Whispering," an arrangement i n a Japanese manner; class four, "Over the Rainbow," arranger's choice ; and class five, "Toyland" (semi-miniature) arrangement not to exceed eight inches. This year's show theme i s "Sing Along with Spring." . Mrs. W. T. Metzger is s h o w chairman. The public is invited to attend from 1 until 4 p.m. Wednesday. There will. be no admission charge. Blytheville Chapter Is Observing F.H.A. Week The Blytheville Chapter of the | program for F.H.A. Week will TYPICAL of feminine minifashions in sleepwear is this chemise-length gown in Antron nylon tricot by Olga. It is modern in length and romantic in mood. Protect Doorknobs You can find foam rubber cushions for doorknobs at notions departments. They prevent the knob from damaging walls o r furniture when the door flings open. j Future Homemakers of America is; observing National F. H.A. Week, March 31 through April 6. ' .'Members are observing the national theme "Focus on Citizenship." The weeks activities are as follows: Sunday, Church Day, each i girl attended the church of her choice. Monday is Publicity Day and Tuesday is Community Day. The club will plant a tree on the school campus. Wednesday is School D a y, Thursday is Family Day and Friday is Radio Day. A radio be broadcast on KLCN. Saturday will be Chapter Day. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. Terry Huckabee are Blytheville Chapter sponsors. Starch-Remover When starch discolors the bottom of your iron use the special paste cleaner for copper to remove it. Rub a thin paste on the iron, rinse out the sponge with clean water'and wipe off the bottom until water forms in droplets. This film will make the iron slide easily. "Company Linens" Good advice on "company" linens: Keep using them i don't save them! Launder often to prevent yellowing and fading. Keep Out Dirt The oftener you use your carpet sweeper or vacuum, the better. Don't let dirt get ground into your rugs. THE NEW ONE OF ARKANSAS;FIMEST THEATERS Highway 6] South Blyfheville, Ark LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE (FIRST RUN) 'REFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN EYE" — With Elizabeth Taylor & Marlon Brando 'GAMES" — with S/'mone Signoret & James Caan TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE r-—— Scan——| Conncry Joanne Woodward Jean, Scbcrg 'A Fine Madness" TheBattletSfe VillaFiorita *K% tf HlDIT BWM • FMOrM li SPOJL UlltUK • fMvt* rt CnrrttW (f Hf M*» - [WtWI ^ tvft •CHMOOLOM* from WANNI KI, ./ PLUS CARTOON Admission $1 • All Children Free If Accompanied By Tilth- Parents Beginning April 1st, The Starvue Drive-In Will Be Open Full Time. Monday, April 1st, thru Friday, April 5th, THERE WILL BE NO MATINEES in the RITZ, because of RE-SEATING, SHOWS will continue at night starting at 7:15. LAST TIME TODAY 'WICKED DREAMS OF PAULA SCHULTZ" — with Elke Sommer & Bob Crane (A) TUES. THURS. (A-MYi THE SHOCKER CALCULATED TO DRIVE YOU'BERSERK'!* n COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents in THE HERMAN COHEN PRODUCTION OF TECHNICOLOR* COMING SOON TO THE RITE U. ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Disk Van Dyke THE HAI'PIST MILLIONAIRE — With Fred MacMurrny ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelley Winter* Coming , Events Monday Altar and Rosary Society First Baptist Church W.M.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 Trimettes Rebekah Lodge 18 Dell Baptist W.M.U, Joy Rebekah Lodge 5V Tuesday Band Parents at Band Building Eastside Garden Club Broadmoor Garden Club. Yaibro Baptist W.M.U. Daughters of the American Revolution, Blytheville Country Club, 1 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Gamma Alpna 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. Blytheville 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 World Mission Society . P.T.A. Study Course, First National Bank Meeting Room 9:30 a.m. Blytheville Garden Flower Show Woman's Club Building Thursday Kibitzer Clufr. Thursday Club Omicron Chapter Alpha Delta Kappa Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N, P.E.O. Saturday ' Chickasaw Saddlers Club . ; : j For Neatness Neatness insurance: When 'olding the youngsters' clothes, ,uck hankies in the pockets as you do. Storing Vegetables Cut off the tops about one- inch above carrots and beets jefore storing. SELECTED - Mis! Judy Lyn Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Porter, has been selected to represent Blytheville Board of Trades as Lady of the Realm in the 1698 Memphis Cotton Carnival, May 4 through 12. , Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • Man. «Tue$. •Wed.. A Health Report From DID YOU EVER READ A PRESCRIPTION? It Is a common misconception that prescrlp- tions are either written in Latin or by some special code which only physicians and pharmacists understand. THEY ARE EASY TO READ IF YOU KNOtV'HO\V". The directions for use are'abbreviated-to, sav* space. For instance,' ''one t.i.d.", . p.c." means "one three times in a day, after ineals." Other directions are just as simple and'can be easily read. '"-'..' THE PROBLEM IS THE NAME OF THE DEUtJS. They are written in readable.English but If you : have not previously studied them, mos^.of the names are impossible, for 'anyone' to under-, stand. Each drug has both a generic and in many cases also a brand name. 'The Focid' &. •Drug Administration has ' the legal rcsponsi-, bility for selecting the official names in the U. S. A. ACECLIDINE ALCURONIUM, AMBUSIDE. These are the official names of just three of a • recently released list of 65 drugs. Each one will probably also have a brand name. For example, in this list is the new official name Demeclo-. cycline Hydrochloride, whose brand name la' Declomycin HCL. WE HAVE TO KNOW THESE AND EVERY DRUG. Besides distinguishing them from hundreds of other nearly similar names, we must also know their safe dosage, uses' and allergic reactions.. No wonder Pharmacists now have to study *t a College of Pharmacy for five years and still have to continuously learn about the new drug* thereafter. We will stock all new products M soon is they are released for safe use. Your Pharmacist's knowledge protects you by making certain you get exactly what your Doctor p»uribes. Plaza *sss" Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Ph. PO 3-4507 Blythevtlle

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