The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1968 · Page 4
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Four- Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier Newg - TueaUy. Aprfl t, 1M» Miss Hensley Engaged To John Roane Logan Miss Lillian Kandace Hensley At a reception in their home in Dallas Mr. and Mrs. John Randall Hensley announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lillian Kandace, to John Roane Logan. Among those greeting guests at the door was John W. Caudill Jr. of Blytheville. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Hensley, Mrs. Harold Munal, grandmother of the bride-elect, the engaged couple and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrison Logan of Blytheville. The bride's book table was centered with a golden tree covered with tiny orchids. Each guest was presented an orchid tied with yellow ribbons, telling the names of the couple and the date of the wedding. Arrangements of. anthericum and yellow roses were placed about the living room in bisque containers. On the game table was placed a large white French bird cage with a cascading arrangement of fresh orange blossoms, white anthericum, yellow roses and lil- lies of the valley intertwined 1,117 Choral Students To §e in Blytheville Thursday -Thursday April 4, Blytheville | Osceola, Harrisburg, Gosnell, JIX 1 . . - . I-,, v n_l 1- V t-..:i1. lirUnnn I\ffqni1a* Auditions Are Jffiior and Senior High Schools will be host for the Northeast Arkansas Junior High School Qfipral Festival. tj£ total of l,117 : choral. students fjjbifa 15 schools Will take part iijgthe annual event. ?£ach choir will sing two num- tij& for adjudication. . "The groups to be heard range incize from large choirs of 80 ijljnbers to small ensembles. i:TJie judging,.to be held in the high school auditorium and Fine Arts Building,' will begin at 9 sSn. and last until 12:30 p.m. Sfudges for the event are Miss Dorothy Bridenthal, vocal music supervisor for the North Little' Rock Schools and Don Davis, dhdral- director at Bald Knob High School. ^Participating schools are: Earle, Trumann, Lake City, jeachville, Wilson, Manila; Monette, Annie, Camp Junior High School and MacArthur Junior High School from Jone.sboro, Sam Smith Junior High School from Forrest City and Blytheville Junior High School Choirs. In Blylheville ;';Plaza Shopping Center Cleaning Specials Good ; Thru Friday DRY CLEANING GARMENT FREE FOR ONLY GARMENTS -WHEN YOU - BRING IN TOTALLY CLEANED : AND PRESSED Cub. Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS Scout Master James Strickland of Troop 31 sponsored b y American Legion Auxiliary took his troop of 24 boys to Shiloh National Park, Tenn., where a Civil War battle was fought. The program included a film of the Civil War and a 14-mile hike. The boys cam weekend. with smilax. The serving table was centered with Parian and. bisque containers and a high compote containing the same flowers tied with smilax and pearls in the lower one. Silver candelabra with white tapers were incorporated in the arrangements. The table was covered with a white Belgian cloth. The buffet was centered with a tall gold epergne filled with lillies and roses cascaded down the top of the buffet. The family room was decorated With red and pink antheri- um, pear and orange blossoms arranged in small bird cages and other gold containers. Miss Hensley is a former student of Texas Christian University and Mr." Logan is a graduate of Southern Methodist University where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Mr. Logan is associated with the National Bank Examiners in the Dallas district. The wedding will take place in the University Park Methodist Church at noon, June 22. the National Fra- Student Musicians Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe will pie- sent students for the National Piano Guild auditions April 4. Adjuciator will be Aubrey Williams of Jackson, Tenn. Twenty-one students have registered as candidates for membership in terriity of ... — sponsored'by the National Guild of Piano Teachers, of which Mrs. .Lowe is a member. The group of students will be striving for , pledges for local district, state and national honors with the national organization. The students will perform classic, romantic and modern pieces chosen from the masters of'piano-forte' literature. From coast to coast, over 70;000 piano students will participate in the event being held in 600 music centers. Students ' that will be participating are Catherine Caldwell, Marsha Cameron, Lori Campbell, Kay Campbell, Cindy Crane; : Sherri Cunningham, Harriett Bracey, : MelisM- -'Guard, Laura Hard,' Margaret .Ann Haines, Susan Hughes, Ken Jones; Rpbby Gardner, Mitzi Nebhut, Molly Nebhutj.'.Cynthia Ross, Sherri Sandpw, Sondra Sylvester, Elizabeth Rogers, Kay Wilkinson and : Jan Wood. Social and Personal Notes Mrs. E.R. Mason underwent | major surgery Monday at Bap- iped out over the | tjst Hosp jt a l in Memphis. She is in Room 1057 and is not allowed Mrs. Germain To Conduct Golf Clinic visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Mas Davis of Dyersburg, Tenn., and Mickey and Max Smothermon of. Jones-, boro were in Blytheville Monday night. They came especial- Ladies Golf Association of £ jo visit Mr Davis'sfather .Blytheville Air Force Base held a tee-off breakfast and meeting Thursday. Mrs. Bill Pace, president introduced Mrs. Jack Germain, who will conduct a beginners clinic to start April 4. Mrs. Germain explained rule and etiquette concerning golf. Mrs. Jack Dunn, a departing member, was awarded a silver dish. Guest day will be May 9 and members of the Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee Golf Associations have been invited to attend. Making potato White you grate not allowed visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gaines announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at Doctors Hospital. Sire has been named Susan Lynn. Mrs. Gaines is the former Miss Kathy Hansard. Mylinda Erwin of Blytheville, has pledged Alpha Beta Alphajtatoes at once. Place cooked shrimp in a glass pie plate or other similar baking dish; cover with soft bread crumbs mixed with loads of melted butter and seasoned with herbs; bake in a slow or moderate oven until hot through. If crum'ns are not browned, place under the broiler. R.E. Davis, who suffered a heart attack Saturday night. Mr. Davis is in Room E - 17 at Chickasawba Hospital but isj national library science fraternity, at Mississippi State College for Women. A sophmore, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion M. Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky have returned from St. Louis, where they were the guests al the retirement dinner of W. A. Halbert, Deputy Regional Director of the St. Louis Postal Re- ggion. Mr. Hrabovsky is president of the Arkansas State Association of Letter Carriers. While in- St. Louis, they at| tended the stage 'production oi "Barefoot in the Park." pancakes? one potato keep the others in a mixture of water and lemon juice to cut down the chances of their discoloring. Use the grated po- JHighway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. ::{£,«•• ,«•••••»••••«•«»••••••••••••••••••• §•••• TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY r- DOUBLE FEATURE -Sean— Connery Joanne Woodward Jean Seberg t- •.,„«< « «« ' '[KCHNICOUW* FromVWRHCT MO*./' iTheBattle&l jVHlaRorttal IllS^SISBI PLUS CARTOON Admission $1 • AH Children Free If Accompanied By Their Parents Beginning April 1st, The Starvue Drive-In „.. Will Be Open Full Time. Monday, '.prll 1st, thru Friday, April 5th, THERE WILL BE NO MATINEES in the BITZ, because of RE-SEATING, SHOWS will continue at night starting at 7:15. TUES. •WED, •THURS (A-MY) THE SHOCKER CALCULATED TO DRIVE YOU'BERSERK'!* —•—•COLUMBIA PICTURES Presunu—»—— In THE HERMAN COHEN PRODUCTION OF TtCHNICOLOR* BTRSt HK-limit in u ontO' tho thc.ili — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Day Circles Meet For Program Day Circles of First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Society met at the church yesterday afternoon for a Royal Service Program and business meeting. The group sang "Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life." Mrs. C.L. McWaters gave the call to prayer and the opening prayer. Mrs. Wayne Friday, president, presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Jim Nowlin, secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting. Discussion was held by those who attended the State W.MU. meeting last week in West Memphis. New members welcomed were Mrs. Bill Marlin and Delores Lewis. Circle One had the most m e m b e r s in attendance and Mrs. Raymond Zachry is chairman of that circle. The program presented was entitled "Requirements for Missionary Appointment." Mrs. J. C. Lee is program chairman. Those assisting on the program was Mrs. Billy Johnson, Mrs. Johnny-Rap.ert, Mrs. Garrett Abbott, Mrs. Paul Westbrook, Mrs. R.E. Blaylock and Mrs. Jim Nowlin. Closing prayer was by Mrs. J.T. Westbrook. ... Refreshments were served by the social committee with Mrs. Harry Churchwell as chairman. The refreshment table was centered with, an arrangement of assorted spring flowers. Two Celebrate Birthdays With Party Sunday • Suzie and Sharon Hamrn celebrated their birthdays with a party in their home Sunday afternoon. Suzie was 5 years old and Sharon .was 3. ' They are the daughters o f Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hamm Jr. Thirteen guests attended and were given favors of hats and candy-filled Easter eggs. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Driver of. Wilson, grandparents of the honorees. • Game winners were Laura Lamb, Eddie Hamm and Ricky Peterson. Birthday cake and ice cream were served. MISS ASU—Miss Jo Ella Todd (right), a 20-year-old sophomore vocal music major from Dell is the new Miss Arkansas State University. Miss Todd is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mack H. Todd of Dell. Miss Mary Rose of Leachville was chosen second alternate. MethodistGuildMeets Women's Society Guild of First Methodist Church met in study groups Monday to continue the study "Encounter o £ the Faiths," by George Wayland Carpenter. Twenty - eight members attended the three meetings. Group One met in the home of Mrs. .T. J. Bailey with one guest, Mrs. C.G. Redman, present. Mrs. Redman gave the devotional, "The Hidden Treasure of Easter," by Arthur Gorden. Mrs. Ira Gray was in charge of the study assisted by Mrs. Rex Warren. The next study group meeting will'be in the home of Mrs. T.R. Ivy. * * •* Mrs. Garth Castilo was hostess for Group Two. Miss Monta Hughes gave the devotional and Mrs. W.R. Summerville led the study. Coming Events 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 I Show Woman's Club Building COMING SOON TO THE Lt. 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Seventeen guests attended. .Game winners were Troy Thomas, Debbie Burge and Kim Slaughter. Kim is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slaughter. Your Friendly Theatn OSCEOLA •••••••••••*•••••••••• TUES. AND WED. JOS* OFi TECHNICOLOR® A UNIVERSAL PICTURE The rest of the week she's a tomboy. Dress-up shoes turn your free-climbing champ into a refined young lady. Our Jumping Jacks party shoes do even more. They protect her feet with the soft, light, fieri hie construction that gives barefoot freedom. Prime leathers assure wear without weight, so Jumping Jacks last longer. Bring your little tomboy into our store for Jumping Jacks dress-up shoes. That'll make her a lady for a day. Jumping-Jacks* $6.99 to $9.99 according to size. OPEN THURSDAY NITE TIL 8 P.M. BANKAMERICARD Weitorook 4 FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main m Phone PO 2-2342

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