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BlythevHIe (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, April 13, 1W» - Page Tfcret HERE MONDAY—The Campbellaires Glee Club of Campbellsville College (Kentucky) will be heard in concert at First'Baptist-Church at 7:30 p.m. on Monday. The concert is open to the public. . Miss Taylor Guest Speaker At Meeting Blytheville Woman's Club met yesterday at the Woman's Club building for a luncheon and program meeting. Miss Janet Taylor presented the program on education entitled "The Disadvantaged Child". Chairman of the program was Mrs. James Lee. The buffet table was centered with a large Victorian arrangement of mixed spring flowers in a silver and crystal epergne. Easter lillies were on the president's table. A nest of colored Easter eggs on a background of red bud branches was on the mantel. Easter bunnies and Easter egg nests decorated the banquet table. Debbie Peterson and Cathy Carson sang "Into .the Woods My Master Went" and "Easter Parade" accompained by Mrs. Byron Moore. ! . Guests attending .were Mrs., George Fisher, Mrs, C. H. Whistle, Mrs. Bailey Jones, Mrs. Thomas Lancaster; Mrs. Jim F. Tompkins, Miss Taylor, Mrs. J.G. Witmer and Mrs. Brown Foster. Mrs. J.T. Westbrook won the door prize. ; : Ptt-Eeports Central Parent-Teacher Association will meet Wednesday, April 17, at 3 p.m. Immediately following the program, Central teachers will be Honored with a tea. All parents and interested persons have been invited to attend. Dell Parent-Teacher Association met Wednesday afternoon in .the school cafetorium for their last meeting of .the school year. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Joe Dildine. Mrs. Clarence Johnson gave the devotional and Mrs. Russell Payne read the president's message. Mrs. Dildine presided over the business meeting. The secretary's report was by Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt and the treasurer's report was by Mrs. Russell Simpson. • An announcement was made concerning the state convention to be held in Little Rock, April 29 and 30. All newly elected officers were urged to attend. Room count was won by J. B. Riggs' eighth grade class and Mrs. Mamie Griffin's second grade class. The installation service for new officers was conducted by Mrs. Max Riggs.. . New officers are president, Mrs. Arthur, Tusing; vice-president, Mrs. Sonny James; secre- iary,.Mrs. William Knight, and treasurer, Mrs. Jack L. Lewis: . .Mrs. Dildine. presented Mrs. Tusing with the president's pin. Hostesses were Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Mrs. Jesse Bruner and Mrs. Charles Simpson. .Mrs. Tusing adjourned the meeting until September. Washing Wool 1 Fine wool blankets can be washed Successfully in an automatic washer if you shake each one first to remove loose dirt, :use lukewarm water, carefully measure soap or detergent and set the dial for a short cycle. Coming Events Monday Lake Street Methodist W.S;- C..S, at the Church, 7:30 p.m. Ridgecrest Baptist W.M.U., at the church, 7:30 p.m: Blytheville Very iLttle. Theatre, 7:30 p.m. at YMCA First Christian Church Family Fellowship Supper, 6:30 p.m. at the church. Dell Methodist W.S.C.S 7:30 pm. at the church. First Methodist W.S.C.S, Circle meeting in home: Circle One, Mrs. John Gann; Circle Two, Mrs. C. C. Brock; Circle Three, Mrs. Dan Burge; Circle Four, Mrs. C. H. Whistle; Circle Five, Mrs. Francis Nordeen; Circle Six, Mrs. Ray Harirson. First Methodist Wbmens Society Guild 7:30 p.m. at the church. First Baptist W.M.S. Circles meet in home . Trinity Baptist W.M.O. at the church. Tops Razorback Tirmmettes Club 7:30 p.m., Hospitality Room, First National Bank. . Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18, IOOF Hall 8p.m. Episcopal Churchwomen, at the church. Tuesday Dell Kiwanis, 7 p.m. in the school cafetorium Laides Golf Association Beginners Clinic, 10 a.m. at Blytheville Country Club. Golden Rule and Men's Sunday School Class of B e a c o n Baptist Church, at the chcrch. , African Violet Club, home of Mrs. W. L. Boren, 2 p.m. Blytheville Junior High School PTA, 3 p.m. at the cafetorium Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, home of Mrs. Alvis Harris. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, home of Mrs. Adam Taylor. ... Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, home; of Mrs. Rex Metzger.. • Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. Max Harrison. ' Contract Club in the home: of o MEMBER BY INVITATION NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS THIS SYMBOL IS YOUR ASSURANCE OF THE HIGHEST IDEALS AND ETHICAL PRACTICES. IN BLYTHEVILLE ONLY COBB FUNERAL HOME MAY DISPLAY IT. COBB FUNERAL HOME BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. E.H.C Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Homemakers met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. N,C; Patterson for a luncheon and business meeting: . . Nineteen members, one new member, Mrs. John Tyrone and two guests, Mrs. Adron Russell and. Mrs. Claudia Dixon, attended. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Tom Richardson with the thought of the month; "the lazier a man is, .the more he plans ^to do tomorrow." She also gave a reading, "A Pattern for Living." The song, ; "Battle Hymn of the Republic," was sung by the group, led by Mrs. C. C. Elliott and accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Patterson. , The devotional was by Mrs. R. .0. Belknap. Eye-openers were shown by Mrs. Nora Lawson, Mrs. .Tyrone and Mrs. Belknap. . Roll call was answered with each member telling what they like most doing on rainy days. Minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. Jerry Hearn, and the treasurer's report was by Mrs. R. L. Adkisson. : Leaders reports were given by Mrs. Weldon McCann on home furnishings, Mrs. N. C. Mrs. Charles E. Mosley Jr. Tuesday Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. E. M. Regenold. Lone Oak Extension Home; makers Club. Wednesday Fairview PTA at 3 p.m. in cafeteria, executive board, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Spares and Pairs Class of First Presbyterian Church at the chUrch. Central PTA 3 p.m. at cafe- torium. Down One Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. : Jim Parmenter. Women's 1 Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association. 10 a.m. Trinity Baptist Church. Club 2 at Blytheville Country Club. Thursday Supper Club, 9 p.m American Legion Hut. Duplicate Bridge League at Sands Motel. .Thursday Club home of Mrs. John Cherry. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club. Kibitzer Club. Golden Age Club. Friday Great Books Club in the home of Mrs. Frank Huffman, Chapter N, P.E.O. in the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. Friday Bridge Club home of Mrs. E. M. terry Jr. :, Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Sands Motel, 1:15 p.m. Airman's Dance, Kingsley Hall Service Club, 8 p.m. I Klene with a gift of china. Patterson on landscaping and Mrs. Frank Coats gave a report on food and conducted a question and answer quiz on the hows and whys of cooking. The group voted to attend the Junior Auxiliary kindergarten program during E. H. Club week. Mrs. Coats and Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald will be hostesses for the April 24 workshop meeting at the clubhouse. Bandages for the Cancer Society will be made. : The next luncheon meeting will be April 8 in the home of Mrs. McCann. Pat Cole, county home extension agent, discussed the state project for'the .club.. ' . ', Mrs. 'Bob Schmalz won the door prize. • ' The group dismissed with the club creed. Following the meeting; several members 'visited Parkview Manor Nursing Home and presented each patient with a: jar filled with Easter candies. The County Executive Board meeting of Extension Homemakers Club met Tuesday at the Extension Office. The meeting, was to plan the spring county council meeting to be April 23 in the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative building. . Those .attending the meeting were Mrs. Lorraine 'Lunsford and Virginia Strickland of Blytheville E.H. Club, Earline Bailey and Verna Snyder of Fairview E.H.- Club, Linda Riggs of Homemaker E.H. Club; Mrs. Olga Roberds.and Terria Barnes of Leaehville, Mary Craig of Dogwood, Maxine Davis of Flat Lake, Joy Riggs of Lone Oak; Ruby Davis and Carol Daniels of Gosnell, fanna Richardson and Ima Jean Atkisson of Town and Country and Martha Ashabranner of Armorel-ettes. Also attending were Pat Cole and Callie Perry, extension home economist. Shower Honors Miss Klene The home of Mrs. Mickey Shelton was the setting recently for a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Claudia Klene, bride- elect of Harold Dixon. The honoree and her mother, Mrs. Claude B. Klene, were presented daisy corsages. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck, aunt of the bride-to -be. The ; bride - elect's chosen colors of pink and blue were used in the entertaining rooms. The serving table, was overlaid with a outwork Tace cloth and the centerpiece was of pink carnations and asters. The hostess presented Miss Fkwers for Easter Flowers reflect the beauty of Easter. Select corsages, bouquets and floral arrangements from , us! ," • •.-.; ,. ."V ••••'••" ' -.•'.' BOCAH'S FLOWERS 1011 S- DIVISION • PO 3-7312 (NEXT DOOR TO GIBSON'S) — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Tea Honors Miss Ramsay Mrs. George Hubbard Sr. and Mrs. George Hubbard Jr. entertained Miss Laura Lynn Ramsay, bride-elect of Stuart Hoke, with a tea from 3 until 5 p.m. Thursday at Blytheville Country Club. A yellow and white color scheme, tulips, daisies, jonquils and other spring flowers were used in decorations. Mrs. Wallace Hoke, mother of the prospective groom, was a special guest. Miss Ramsay was attired in a yellow sleeveless linen dress featuring a mandarin collar accented by bright pink and orange frogs down the front. She wore matching pink shoes. Mrs. Hoke wore a powder blue silk sheath with braid trim. Both were presented white orchid corsages. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. J. A. Smart and Mrs. R. A. Porter served punch. Miss Sara Hoke, sister of the prospective groom, was at the guest book. Social and Personal Notes Raymond Morgan of Ann Arbor, Mich., left for his home Wednesday after visiting his mother, Mrs. Fannie Morgan, of Dell, and friends and relatives. Local students of Arkansas State University assigned to practice teaching for the spring semester are James E. Jenson of Osceola and Gerald Jumper of Helena' at Blytheville; William Ronald Ellis of Blytheville and Cynthia Middeton of Osceola at Gosnell; Mary E. Short of Blytheville and Peggy Kelch of Luxora at Jonesboro; Sharon Kay Parks of Blytheville at Nettleton; Bet;e Bateman of Blytheville at 3sceola and Janet Shoemate, 'ormerly of Blytheville at Trii- mann. Carol Jane Wilson of Leachville has been elected sweet- leart of Lamba Chi Alpha jledge class at Arkansas State University. Mary Venda. O'Conner of Blytheville and Kathie Sheeley of Steele, recently pledged Sigma Alpha Iota, an international professional fraternity for women music majors and minors at Arkansas State University. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stallings announce the birth of a son Huffmans Will Speak Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. will speak at the Sunday evening service at First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. They will report on a recent Tip to the Rhine-Ruhr area of Germany where they participated in the religious crusade. Mr. Huffman spoke to civic and church groups during the ten - day crusade. He was one of nine laymen from the United States selected to represent Southern Baptist. MURR Vour Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • Sat. • Sun. • Mon. Walt Disney's "THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE" Starring • Fred McMurray • Tommy Steele born April 1 at Chickasawba Hospital. He has been named Ricnmond Lee. They are parents of another son, Michael, age 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Stallings of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Harvel Davis of Steele. Mrs. Drane Adams and children Frances Ann and David of Jonesboro are-visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams, and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Adams. Miss Donna Adams of Memphis State University is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams. Cut to Cure Curl If you've had trouble with pan-broiled steaks because they curled .up while cooking, try cutting slits in the edges of the meat before putting it in the pan. Easier Than Painting Apply a coat of bright enamel to the interiors of closets as a real work-saver. It's much easier to wash the enamel than to repaint the closets. Loose Fit House dresses should be well- cut, well-made and easy to launder. They should fit loosely so that you can move easily while doing your household chores. Handy Pockets An apron with big pockets is handy for house-cleaning chores. You can carry dust cloths and store small things in the pockets until you pass by their rightful 'home". • Geraldine Page •Tues. •Wed •Thurs. "HAWAII" Starring: • Julie Andrews • Max Von Sydow If you are baking pastry In individual tart-shell pans, it's usually a good idea to place all the little pans on a cookie sheet or in a jelly-roll pan so it's easy to put the pans in the oven and take them out again. •^•••••^•••^^••K ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature "MARY JANE" Plus "WACO" Sun. • Mon. • Tues. ffiCiMMDUXO KM MMUKAWIEIKB BRUCE DERN- DENNIS HOPPER MOTu r JACK NICHOLSON- ROGER CORMM iC1M7 Amtrtcin InHrnitlonrl Plcluill —PIUS— "THE COBRA" Other reception assistants were Miss Nell Smart, Miss Carter Afflick, Miss Grace White, Miss Elizabeth Haines, Miss Deborah Gilbert, Miss Lou Etchieson and Miss Nancy Burks. Miss Ramsay and Mr. Hoke will be married June 1 in Dallas. Out-of-town guests were from West Memphis, Luxora and Osceola. Variety Club Will Meet Tonight Variety Club will meet tonight at 9 p.m. at the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park. . Hosts and hostesses v,i!l be Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller and Mr. and:Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mrs. Boren ^ To Host JJ Club Tuesday 11 African Violet Club' will mej|£J Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the hoiftlJS of Mrs. W. L. Boren. ~f~" Mrs. M. H. Rodgers will b.e . leader. ,7.~< Highway 61 South Blyfheville, Ark. SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE The West's (J worst massacre/ PLUS CARTOON SUN • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE THE QUILLER MEMORANDUM" PLUS CARTOON MATINEES WILL RESUME THUKS.. APRIL 11 Matinees start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays and Advanct Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75e — Children 35c. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. regular admission 90c & 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show Continue™ from 2 p.m. 90o & 35c. Sat. •Sun. •Mon. •Tues (GA) Rated Excellent For All Ages Admission: Adults $1.00; Children 50e COMING SOON TO THE Nil THE GRADUATE — Conlnt April It ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelby Wluten

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