The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1968 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 6, 1968
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Pag* Four - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Stturday, April *, MM Miss Marsha Nell Trantham Rex D. Wilson To Wed Miss Trantham First Baptist Church in Car- uffiersville will be the setting for the June 2 wedding of Miss Ma'rsha Nell Trantram and Rex Dean Wilson. " Miss Trantiiam is the daugh- ter.of Mrs. Maggie McClanahan Trantham and the late Roy Leland Trantham and Mr. Wilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson of Blytheville. Miss Trantham is the grand- dsughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Prim Trantham and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson McClanahan of Caruthers- viUe. Mr. Wilson is the grandson jf the late Mr. and'Mrs. Charles Wilson of Millersville, Mo., the late Russell Webb of Millersville and the late Mrs. Myrtle Webb James of Cape Girardeau. The bride-elect is a graduate of. Carulhersville High Schoo and completed a secreiaria. course in Memphis where she is employed by First National Bank. The prospective groom is a graduate of Blytheville High School and attended Lambuth College in Jackson, Tenn. He is with Fidelity Lean and Savings of Frayser, Tenn. Miss Edwards Gives Chapter N Program Chapter N, P.E.O. met yesterday afternoon in the home of Mrs. C.E. Crigger Jr. The meeting Was .presided over by Mrs. Charles Afflick Jr Miss Delores Edwards presented the program entitlec "Theatre." The next meeting will be April 19 in. the home of Mrs. J.W. Adams with Mrs. Harry A. H a i n e s, Mrs. Alvin Huffman and Mrs. Adams as hostesses. GALLERY BEAUTY SHOP 111 N. Second St. — Ph. PO 3-094S Reg. $20 Wave . . Now $16.00 Reg. $17.50 Wave .,..,.>.,.,.... .Now $14.00 Reg. $15.00 Wave ....... ^. : Now $12.50 Reg. $12.50 Wave . . .,.... . ... .Now $10.00 Reg. $10.00 Wave . Now $8.50 OPERATORS: EDNA SALIBA, ANN ASHMORE, JOHNNIE DAVIS " Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Blytheville Garden Club Announces Show Winners Mrs. Bessie McCellan, Mrs. Pleas Hendrix, both of Lepanto, and Mrs. Baxley of Marked Tree were judges Wednesday for the Blytheville Garden Club's Annual Daffodil Show. Mrs. W. T. Metzger was chairman of the show. Ribbons were presented to the winners. In the artistic division, winners were (class one) first, Mrs. W. T. Metzger; Mrs. D. C. Pafford; Mrs. Russell Hays and Mrs. W. S. Allen. (Class two) first, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. W. T. Metzger and Mrs. D. C. Pafford. No second place ribbon was given. (Class three) first, Mrs. Pafford; Mrs. Metzger, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. (Class four), first, Mrs. Bugg; Mrs. Allen; Mrs. Pafford and Mrs. Metzger. (Class five) first, Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. Metzger and Mrs. Bugg. Invitational: first, Mrs. Bessie McCellan, Sarah Bell, Mae Hays and Anne Hays. Mrs. Pafford was first place winner in the tri-color division and the arrangement was judged best of the show. In the horticulture division dinners were (Division 1-A) first, Mrs. Robert Hall; second, Mrs. Pafford; third, Mrs. Bugg and fourth, Mrs. Hall. (Division 1-B) first, Mrs. Hall; second, Mrs. Abbott and third, Mrs. Bugg. (Division 1-C) Mrs. W. E. Besharse, Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. Pafford. (Division 1-D) Mrs. Pafford, and (third) Mrs. Abbott. There was no second place winner in this division. (Division 2-A) Mrs. Bugg, Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. Abbott. (Division 2-B) Mrs. Abbott, •Mrs. Hal), and Mrs. Abbott. (Division 2-B) Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. Bugg. (Double Yellow) Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Mrs. all and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. (Double White) Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. J. V. Dates and Mrs. Hall. (Division 5-A) Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. Bugg and Mrs. Johnston. There was no second place winner. (Division 6-A) Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Bugg. If your cake has a coarse texture, you may have added too much leavening. Insufficient creaming of fat and sugar may also account for a coarse texture in cake. A frozen ice is usually made from sweetened fruit juice; a sherbet is an ice that has egg white or gelatin added — and sometimes milk is used for part of the fruit juice. Ever fold macaroon crumbs into a standard recipe for Spanish Cream? CONTINUOUS SHOWING FROM 2 P.M. SATURDAY & SUNDAY LAST TIME TODAY "LT. ROB/NSON CRUSOE" — with Dick Van Dyke & Nancy Kkan (6A) SUN • MOM. • TUES. (A-MY) HARRY SALTZMAN presents "BILLION DOLLAR BRAIN" COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE GRADUATE — Coming April 18 THE HAPPIST MILLIONAIRE — With Fred MacMurnr ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelley Winters Table service: always remove all soiled dishes and unused food from one course before putting the next course and the Ashes for it on the table. <^BiH>HC«HI^BB^B^^H MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA No first and third place ribbons were given. (Pink Division) first and second place, Mrs. Bugg and third and fourth place, Mrs. Abbott. (Division 8) Mrs. Pafford; second and third place, Mrs. Bugg, and fourth place, Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb. (Division 10) Mrs. Abbott. (Blooming shrubs) Mrs. Bugg, second and fourth place, Mrs. Buchanan, and third and . fifth place, Mrs. Abbott. (Spring Flowers) Mrs. Abbott; fourth place, Mrs. F. G. Reiehel. second place, Mrs. Gates and fourth place, Mrs. F. G. Reichel. ' An award of merit was presented to Mrs. Bugg and the sweepstakes award v/ent to Mrs. Pafford. • SAT. • SUN. • MON • TUE. • WED 5 Big Days! "VALLEY OF THE DOLLS" Starring • Barbara Parkins • Patty Duke • Paul Burke • Sharon Tate • Susan Hayward Coming Events Monday American Legion Auxiliary Beacon Baptist W.M.A. C;W.F Circles of First Christian Chruch Blytheville- Hairdressers Lake Street Methodist W.S.C. S. Ridgecrest Baptist W.M.U. Blytheville Little Theatre Rebekah Lodge 18 Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Tuesday Eastern Star Chapter 279, order of Eastern Star Tops Razorback Trimettes Business and Professional Women's Club Armorell - ettes Extension Homemakers Club .Burdette P.T.A. Yarbro Extension Homemak - ers Club Officers' Wives' Club luncheon. . Blytheyille Senior High P.T.A. Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Blytheville Country Club Lad ies Golf Association, Beginners Clinic 10 a.m. Dell Kiwanis Club Wednesday Hannah Class of First Baptis Church Dogwood Extension . Home makers Club Dell Parent - Teacher Asso ciation Sudbury Parent - Teacher As sociation Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Chapter D., P.E.O. Armorel Baptist W.M.U. Town and Country E.H. Club Great Books Club Thursday Altrusa Club of Blytheville Blytheville Jaycettes. Lutheran Women's Guild Club 28 Hebekah Class of Gosnel Baptist Church Kibitzer Club Thursday Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge League Sands Motel Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge Leagu Sands Motel Variety Club •^•^•^•^••MHB. LIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Miss Jeannette Louise Goodman James Eickler Jr. To Wed Miss Goodman Mr. and Mrs. A. F. (Corkey) Buffington announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Jeannette Louise Goodman, to James L. Bickler Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Eickler of Putnam Valley, N. Y. Miss Goodman will graduate from Blytheville High School in May. Mr. Eickler is serving in the United States Air Force Base, stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base A June 14 wedding is being planned by the couple. LAST TIME TODAY "WATERHOLE NO. 3' "THE BEACH BALL" (Both in Color.) SUN. • MON TfRRIfYIHG! HEILS ANGELS ON WHEELS Plus THf H/RFP KILLIR" THE 10 BEST COIFFURED WOMEN OF 1967 include: actresses Irene Dunne (upper left) 'and Audrey Hepburn (upper right); actress-businesswoman Polly Bergen (lower right); and Mrs. Robert Stack (lower left). In the center, (top row) California's first lady, Mrs.. Ronald Reagan and singer Leslie Uggams; (middle row) .Mrs. Kirk Douglas and ambassador's wife, Mrs. Angier Biddle Duke; (bottom row) actress Julie Andrews and Princess Grace of Monaco. Social and Personal Nctss Capt. and Mrs. Melvin M. Wamock of Baumholder, Germany, announce the birth of a daughter born April 3. She has been named Elizabeth Irene. They are parents of another daughter, Jennifer Lee. Mrs. Wamock is the former Miss .Carol Lee Ashby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby of Blytheville. Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Bishop of Paducah, Ky., spent Friday with their aunt, Mrs. A u d r i e Igelheart of Blytheville, : Mrs. Bob Gee is a patient il Chickasawba Hospital, Rob a', F . 7. 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