The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1968 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 9, 1968
Page 8
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Eight - BIythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, April », 1968 Miss Cynthia Renee' Nordeen Zjzrry D. Strange to Wed Miss Nordeen Mr.iSid Mrs. Francis M.- Nordeen -.of BIytheville, announce the approaching marriage of their ^daughter, Miss Cynthia Rened'r^Nordeen, to Larry D. Strangi;" son of Mr. and Mrs. Ode LI' Strange of Knoxville, "' ..-. MissiNordeen is the granddaughter of Mrs. Minnie Powells ot'JBlytheville and the late Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Nordeen of Wataga, 111. Mr.:. Strange is the grandson of Mrsi-0. G. Strange and the late Mr' Strange of Pine Bluff and Mrs. J. S. Holt and the late Mr. Holt of Clinton, Tenn. The bride-elect is a 1965 graduate of BlythevUle High School and attended Arkansas State University. She is employed by Columbia Ribbon and Carbon Manufacturing Co., in BIythe- ville. The prospective groom is a graduate of Fulton High School in Knoxville and is serving with the United States Air Force stationed in BIytheville. He also is employed by KLCN radio station. The First Methodist Church of BIytheville will be the setting for the June 21 wedding. 15 Mrs. Fritscbe Presents Beacon Baptist Circle Program ThelBilly Stroud and Cindy Schaelin Circles of Beacon Baptist Church met last night at the church. Fourteen members and one guest ^attended. MrSj.-Larry Beard, president, called the meeting to order and Mrs. -Bob Coleman gave the opening. prayer. Mrs.'Lou Fritsche gave the lesson "Praying for Missionaries." ,.. Several missionaries and their needs were reported on and spe cial prayer was of feted by Mrs Beard, Mrs. Bill Baker, Mrs Pearl Jones, Mrs. Wayne Milli gan, Mrs. Coleman and Mrs Susan Benefield. Closing prayer was by Mrs Jack Rowland. On April 22, the Billy Stroud Circle will meet in the home o Mrs. Milligan and the Cindy Schaelin Circle will meet in thi home of Mrs. Kenneth Gipson. NEWS OF THE Sixty . Brownies attended a Brownie Fun Day held Saturday at the Scout House in Walker Park. Each girl brought a sack lunch and drinks were furnished. Name, tags were made by Sixth .'Grade Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 149. Senior Girl Scouts directing the p:i p g r a m of songs and games"'"were: Sally Hale, Kim Kersnick, Susan Pharo, Coralie Usrey,- -Rosemary Hughes, Yvonne. Gonzales and Virginia Hampton. Mra.-'-L. L. Wells, program chairman, was assisted by Mrs. Paul; Hughes, Mrs. Harold Dabbs, Mrs. Floyd Wilhite and Mrs. Floyd Snow. BOJ, BxpUra SCOUT ; : NEWS Cub " Scout Dens Four and Six Pack 97 of BIytheville Air Force Base held a skating party Monday afternoon at Walker Park Holler Drome. Twenty-two Scouts attended. Julius Tidwell and Mike Tullos were game winners. Leaders were Mrs. Lois Jones and Mrs. Betty Marsh. Mrs. Garrigan Will Host Club Tomorrow Great Books Club will mee tomorrow in the home of Mrs C. W. Garrigan at Half Moon. Mrs. George Fisher will pre sent the program from Volum Four of the Great Books Serie "Life Is a Dream" by Calderon Coming Events Tuesday Eastern Star Chapter 279, or der of Eastern Star Tops Razorback Trimettes Business and Professiona Women's Club Armorell - etles Extension Homemakers Club Burdette P.T.A. Yarbro Extension Homemak ers Club Officers' Wives' Club lunch eon. BlythevUle Senior High P.T.A Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Dell Kiwanis Club Wednesday Hannah Class of First Baptis Church Dogwood Extension Home makers Club Dell Parent - Teacher Association Sudbury Parent • Teacher As soeiation 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 — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 34461 Assembly President is Honored BIytheville Rebekah Lodge 18 honored Louise Kassler, president of Arkansas Rebekah Assembly with a luncheon Wednesday at the Rustic Inn. A gift also was presented to Mrs. Brelesford. All decorations were in carrying out the chosen color scheme of the president, pink and green. Tables were covered with! A T-shaped table, covered green cloths and centered with arrangements of pink roses in green containers. Guests attending were Rose Brelesford, warden of the state assembly, Bernie Roland, past president of the assembly and Catherine Campbell, daughter of Mrs. Kassler. A banquet was held Wednesday night at Hazel's Cafeteria in honor of Mrs. Kassler. Also honored was Mrs. Breles- ford, Mrs. Roland and Mrs. Audie Johnson, altar attendant. Other guests attending were Phyllis Bailey, district deputy president of BIytheville District Four, and Georgie Hodge, BIytheville Lodge 18 deputy. Mrs. Kassler and other officers were introduced by the noble grand, Carmen Oxford. Mrs. Kassler was presented a pink camelia corsage and a gift from the lodge. Mrs. Brelesford and Mrs. Hodge were presented pink carnation corsages. with a white cloth, was centered with an arrangement made up qf Rebekah Lodge emblems, a miniature rocking chair, pink roses and greenery. Pink roses in milk glass bud vases extended the length of the table. Pink roses on green Styrofoam bases held place cards. The president's gift table, decorated in the theme of her chosen project of the year, held a green Styrofoam rocking chair with the name "Louise" in gold letters on the back. The cushion was made of green lace and pink flowers. Mrs. Kassler's project is to place rocking chairs in each room of the Crippled Children's Hospital in Little Rock. In the cushion of the chair was a ¥20 check, a gift of Re bekah Lodge 18 toward the chair fund project. Also on^ the table was the president's emblem, a 1 a r g e gold beehive encircled with pink flowers, a Styrofoam Bible and Newcomers Club Has Luncheon at Holiday Inn The BIytheville Newcomers Club met Friday at the Holiday Inn for their monthly luncheon meeting. Guest attending were Mrs. Ruth Dapp, Mrs. Catherine Des Lauries, Mrs. Meta Magevney, Mrs. Marion Sinclair, Mrs. Helen Olson, Mrs. Dorothy Howsman, Mrs. Helen Corner, Mrs. Barbara Schumacher and Mrs. Elta Witwer. During the business meeting, the following committees were appointed: welcoming, Mrs. Jesselee Harrison; telephone, Mrs. Mary Ketterman; bridge, Mrs. Nancy Tice; scrap book, Mrs. Helen Lancaster; Door prizes, Mrs. Fran Pike; decorations, Mrs. Babe Burton and publicity, Mrs. Jane Hod^ ges. Plans were made for a box supper for members and their husbands to be held April 20, at p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ketterman. New members of the Newcomers Club are Mrs. Carolyn Ellis, Mrs. Des Lauries, Mrs. Schumacher and Mrs. Dapp. The 28 members and guests attending played "dumb bunny" bridge for prizes following the business meeting. The May meeting will be a pot luck luncheon at 12:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall of the Episcopal Church. Members may invite .guests to this meeting. 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Thirty guests attended the Milligan Ridge 4-H Club skating party last night at Walker Park Roller Drome. Game winners were Doyle Polston and Cathy Shelton. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. Kaymond Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shelton and Claude Polston. 15 Attend Birthday Party Ann Williams celebrated her 14th birthday with a party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Fifteen guests attended. Game winners were Kathi Moody and Teresa Pipkins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams were hosts. LAST TIME TODAY 'BILLION DOLLAR BRAIN" — with Michael Come & Karl Maiden (A-MY) WED. THURS. (A-MY) FRI. a dove. Following the banquet, a business meeting was held at 100F Hall. The hall was decorated with baskets of pink flowers and its of News! I mostly periontu | fttirjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiisiinuiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiJiini Mrs. Martha Rose D a n g a r has been a patient in the Methodist Hospital in Memphis for the past three weeks. Her condition is satisfactory but she is not allowed visitors. Mrs. Dangar is in Room E-241. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saliba and family of Milwaukee, Wis. will arrive today for a few days visit with his mother, Mrs. J. pink candles in milk glass hold- vlslt w ™ ms , m " \ h ^' g. a I A. Saliba, and his brother, Ed- Mrs. Earl McGregor showed movies of past activities of the lodge. After Mrs. Kassler presented her program, a social hour followed. . Pink individual cakes deco- orated with the name "Louise" and pink roses, coffee and cold drinks were served. The invocation was given by the lodge chaplain, Audie Johnon. General chairman of the banquet was Cora Stone. She was assisted by Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Earl McGregor was chairman of the reception committee. Members of the Corning Lodge and Little Rock Supreme Lodge attended the meeting. Several members of Blytheville Lodge 18 attended the Corning Lodge banquet Thursday night when Mrs. Kassler made her official visit there. die Saliba, and family. Mr. and Mrs. ^Wallace Hoke and children, Leah and Scott; returned home yesterday from Ada, Okla., where they attended pre - nuptial parties 'for their son, Stewart and his fiancee, Miss Laura Lynn Ramsay. While there they were the guests of Dr.. and Mrs. David Ramsay'. Mr. Hoke and Miss Ramsay E.HC Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Homemakers-Club will meet Wednesday for a-luncheon and regular meeting in the home of Mrs. N. C. Patterson at 12 noon. Stacy Lutz Has Birthday Stacy Lutz, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lutz celebrated her eighth birthday with 16 guests attending a skating party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Jeff MeadOr and Cindy Morgan were game winners. Remamber Pay Your Paper Boy GRADUATES - Jesse Taylor, Jr., graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law in January and this month was admitted to the Arkansas Bar. He is the son of Mrs. Jesse Taylor of BIytheville. • will arrive tomorrow to spend the Easter vacation 'with his parents. Highway 61 South Blytheyille, Ark, LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "BAREFOOT IN THE PARK" — with Jdne Fonda and Robert Redford "C'MON, LET'S LIVE A LITTLE" — with Bobbie Vee & Jackie DeShannon WED. •THUR. •FRI. DOUBLE FEATURE SANDRA DEE GEORGE HAMILTON —PLUS— "DON'T MAKE WAVES" With Tony Curtis & Claudia Cardinale PLUS CARTOON Little girls love to wear our shoes because the styles are so new, the colors so bright and right. 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