The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1968 · Page 8
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Page Eight - Blythevllle (Art,) Courier New» - Monday, Aprfl ». 1M» — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 DECORATIONS FOR BALLr-From left, • Mrs. Dan Surge, Mrs. Mike Simon and Mrs. •' Oliver Coppedge Jr. are holding decorations = that will be used for the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary La Fiesta Grande Charity Ball at the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park, April 26. Junior Auxiliary Charity Ball Tickets Are Now Limited ; ftie Blytheville Junior Auxiliary which will sponsor the La Fiesta Grande Charity Ball to be held from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. April 26 at the Worn- eWExhibit Building in Walker P"ark, now has a limited number 6£tifckets available for the event, according to Mrs. Dan Burge, publicity chairman. Tickets are $15 apiece and may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Peggy Godley or by writing to the auxiliary at 3716 Country Club Road, Mrs. Surge said. ; Decorations will ; feature a Spanish motif as will the food which will be served buffet style about 11 that evening, Mrs. Surge added. The highlight of the affair will be a semi-formal dance with orchestral music to be furnished by Burl Olswanger's Fascinators and a vocalist, Mrs. Burge said. Social and Personal Notes -"Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Buddyi •Harris Jr. announce the birth of 'a'ciaughter born April 4 at Doc-i$S- Hospital. She has been named Holly Anne. They are :£Sso. parents of a son, Robert tance, age 3. {^Grandparents are Mr. and 'Jijrs. Alvis Harris of Blytheville andMrs. E. C. Gilmore and the and Mrs. E. C. Gilmore and the She. 3The Arkansas State Univer- iify-Madrigal Singers will present, a concert Tuesday, April 9; ; at 8:15 p.m. in the Fine Arts ^Center Recital Hall at Arkansas .State University. Jo Ella Todd of Dell is one of the 10 members of the group. Charlotte Bennett of Blytheville, Sandra Baugher of Dell and Lee Alexander of Monette are members of the cast of "Animal Farm" a fable that will be presented as a dramatic reading in the Fine Arts Building Lecture Recital Hall at Arkansas State University Thursday and Friday, April 11 and 12 at 8 p.m. Blytheville and Gosnell High School stage bands participated in the third annual Stage Band Festival Saturday in Wilson Auditorium at Arkansas State University. Kappa Kappa Phi, national honorary fraternity for male bandsmen at ASU, sponsored the event. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Forrest left this morning for their home in Chicago after visiting his mother, Mrs. C. W. Forrest ol Blytheville, and his sister anc brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wilson of Dexter, Mo. Koehler Blankenship left Sunday to be with his mother, Mrs. Mildred Blankenship, who is a patient in Crestwood Hospital in Huntsville, Ala. She underwent surgery this morning. Mrs Blankenship's daughter, Mrs Elwin Caldwell of Huntsville, is also with her. Pam Fowler, a student at Ar- Recent Layette Stower Honors Mrs. Mrs. Ron Zeidrier of Clear- 1 with baby decorations, was cen- field, Utah, was honored with a layette shower Thursday in the tome of Mrs. W. E. Golden. Hostesses were Mrs. Golden, Mrs. James Oxford and Mrs. Harold McClanahan. The home was decorated in a pink color scheme using pink floral arrangements. The honoree's chair was marked with a large pink bow. Gifts were placed in a bassinet with a floor-length pink and white floral cloth and a baby doll was placed at the end of the bassinet. The serving with a white table, covered cloth bordered Calumet News S.Sgt. and Mrs. Herold R. Heath announce the birth of a son, Jeffery Duane, born March 30 at Blytheville Air Force Base Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Davis of Blytheville and Mrs. Leghtla Heath of Wagener, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pate are visiting their son, Gary, in Hot Springs. Mrs. Shirley Adair and son David, of Gobler, Mo., are vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Hermon LaRue. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Guest o St. Louis have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adren Guest.- . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Himp hill are parents of a daughter Lisa Gail, born Feb. 221 Grandparents are Mr. ani Mrs. Richard Lee and Jim Himphill. Mrs. Irene Tramell has re turned from Russellville, Ala. where she visited her mother Mrs. Ella Duvall. Mrs. Velma Hall has moved to Chicago where she will make her home with her daughter Mrs. J. D. Snodgrass, Mr. Snodgrass and family. tered with a cake in the shape of a baby bootie flanked on either side by pink tapers in milk glass holders. Favors of miniature diapers filled with pink mints and frosted marshmallow baby booties were .given guests. Refreshments of roasted pecans, cake, iced drinks and coffee were served. Game prize winners were Mrs. Loyd Cates, Mrs. Billy Gates, Mrs. Gene McClanahan, Mrs. Earnest Johnson and Mrs. Zeidner. Mrs. Zeidner was presented a pink carnation corsage marked with tiny blue closepins. neighborhood sold 5,112 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. From the sales, the'neighbor- hood keeps one cent per box to send a Girl Scout to camp. Each troop keeps four cents per box for their troop. Twenty - five cents per box goes to Camp Cross Arrow Girl Scout Camp. The remainder of the money goes to Crowley Ridge Council to pay for the cookies. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tuberville Couple Exchange Vows March 9 in St. Louis Miss Karen Palmer and Jim | over taffeta gown and carried Tuberville were married March | a bouquet of white daisies and 9 at the South Side Church of Christ in St. Louis. Mr. Tuberville is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tuberville of Holland, Mo. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown fea- NEWS OF THE Recently, Girl Scouts and Brownies of the Blytheville kansas State University, w a elected vice - president of the Student Arkansas Educationa Association at a recent convention in Conway. BIG NEWS FOR LAWN LOVERS! NOW AT THE RED BARN A FULL SELECTION OF LAWN FERTILIZERS THE RED BARN NOW STOCKS AND SERVICES A FULL SELECTION OF THE FAMOUS AGRICO LAWN AND GARDEN FERTILIZERS AND CHEMICALS FOR THE PEOPLE OF BLYTHEVILLE WHO HAVE PRIDE IN THEIR LAWNS. **** You May Now Choose The 4-Star I/awn. That requires AGRICO GRASS FOOD—because... 60% of its nitrogen content is organic. Feeds longer. Non-burning. Clean, Granular. Containi 6.8% WIN-ITB (water-insoluble nitrogen). Spreads — much more accurately in any spreader. Contains other essential elements in addition to Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash—such as Calcium, Sulphur, Manganese and Iron. AGRICO GRASS FOOD produces a thicker, greener carpet of grass, which discourages weeds. No other fertilizer compares with it. Formula is 16-8-8. AGEICO is the only leading lawn fertilizer that gives the customer a full pound of Nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft,t 82 Ib. bag feeds over 6,000 sq. ft. $4.95. *** Or You May Have The 8-Star Lawn. HOMESTEAD CUSTOM LAWN FOOD is the very finest for budget-minded customers I Formula is 20-10-5. Containi non-burning organic Nitrogen. Feeds all season. 4.50% WIN-ITE (Water Insoluble Nitrogen) gives lasting results. Clean, granulated, dust-free! 22 Ib. bag feeds 5,000 sq. feet. $3.69. ** Or The 2-Star Lawta with amazing HOMESTEAD FARM STYLE MULTI-FOOD FERTILIZER. Known as "Instant Green" because its mineral nitrogen makes grass respond so quickly, when thoroughly watered as ft h applied. HOMESTEAD Farm Style i» priced low at all AGRICO Dealers. 60 Ib. Bag feeds 6,000 sq. ft TAKE YOUR CHOICI-AOmCO STANDS BACK Of ALL TKRECI AGRICO Chemical Co. Division of CONflNENTAL OIL COMPANY A total of $2,300.40 was sent i ' urin g a . white lace bod' 136 ana ------ - - n yi 0 n semi-full skirt. She carried a b o u q u e t of white daisies and yellow roses. Miss Beth Palmer attended her sister as maid of honor. She wore a yellow chiffon to Crowley Ridge council from Blytheville. Angle Walker received an honor award from Crowley Ridge for outstanding sales in Blytheville. Girls selling the most boxes for their troops were: Brownies, Angie Walker, Sharon McLeod, Janet Bolls, Barbara Underwood and Beth Carpenter. Junior Girl Scouts, Laurie Foster, Linda Tomlinson, Susan Stribling, Terri Koonce, Diane Shumate and Kafhy. Henderson. Troop 140 sold the most cookies. Their leaders are Mrs. James E. Ross and Mrs. Newton Whitis. Mrs. D. J. McLeod was Blytheville neighborhood cookie chairman. nemember Pay Your Paper Boy yellow pom poms. Eugene Tuberville attended his son as best man. Candlelighter was Miss Linda Tuberville, sister of the groom. Among the guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tuberville, Miss Bonnie Tuberville, Terry Carter, William Carter and family and Mr.- and Mrs. William Giggs, all of Holland. • A reception at'the church was held tamediately following the ceremony. 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 Homemakers Club Officers' Wives' Club luncheon. Blytheville Senior High P.T.A. Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association, Beginners Clinic 10 a.m. Dell Kiwanis Club Wednesday Hannah Class of First Baptist Church Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club Dell Parent - Teacher Association Sudbury Parent - Teacher Association 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 i Rebekah Class of Gosnell Baptist Church Kibitzer Club Thursday Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge League, Sands Motel • Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Sands Motel Variety Club ...SELECTED — Miss Joyce Ann Cockrel! has been selected as recipient of the 1968 National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary Educational Award. Miss Cockfell, a senior at Blytheville High School, is the daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. Leonard M. Cockrell. First alternate is Miss Alice Margo Coppedge, daughter of Mrs. Marguerite Pride Coppedge. Second alternate is Miss Deborah Lynn Rowland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Rowland. SHOES TESTED IK A . A LWMa UBOHATORT PUT SPRING INTO YOUNG STEPS Bouncy shoes for happy feet... toddlers to tsenii Designed to taia waor youngsters give them. Styles children love, playtime to party ttrn* Moms love 'em, too... special!? their tugged construction and sturdy value. FOR BOYS EOR GIRLS •8JH-2 12J4-3 B, C, D. 121/2-4 41/2-7 C, D 8«/ 2 -12 121/2-4 Bra. Patent 12'/ 2 -4 Yellow, Wht., Blk. Patent The Finest Selection of Easter Shoes We've Ever Presented GAMS-WRIGHT SHOES 219 W. MAIN PH. PO 3-4051

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