The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1968 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 15, 1968
Page 8
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Eight — Blythevffle (Ark,) Courier News — Monday, AnrB IK, Miss Barbara Jane Scrape Airman Phillips To "Wed Miss Scrape Mri and Mrs. Jerry Scrape of Blytheville announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara Jane, to Airman IKobert E. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Phillips of Springdale, Ark. ThS bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Scrape of Blytheville,- G. F. Scrape of Pocafiontas, Ark., and Mrs. Perry Moore and the late Mr. Moorlj of Ridgely, Tenn. Airman Phillips is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Payton of West Fork, Ark., the late J. T.'jPhillips of Ardmore, Ofcla. and Mrs. Raymond Black of Norman, Okla. Miss Scrape is a 1966 honor graduate of Blytheville High School. She attended Arkansas State University at Jonesboro where she majored in secretarial science. She is presently employed as a departmental secretary at Columbia Ribbon and Carbon Manufacturing Company Inc. of Blytheville. Airman Phillips is a 1966 graduate of Springdale High School. He attended Arkansas State University where he majored in speech .and drama. He was also an active member of Circle K. He is now enlisted in the United Stales Air Force and stationed at- Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Tex. The couple plan to be married May 26 at Lake Street Methodist Church. ; Mrs. Leech Hostess To Chapter D Chapter D, P.E.O. mel Wednesday in Ihe home of Mrs. A.L. Leech for a luncheon meet. Mrs. Aubrey Conway was co- hosless. The Record report was by Mrs. E.B. Gee Jr. The next meeting will be at Blytheville Country Club with Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Mrs. William Lawshe as co- hostesses. Following the meeting, Mrs. Bill Bracey and Mrs. George Hubbard will leave for the state convention in Fort Smith. 10th Birthday Is Celebrated Dale Smith celebrated his tenth birthday Wednesday afternoon with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty-five guests attended. Kim Jones, Steven Bennett and Mark Slalcup were game winners. Dale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and grandson o! Mr. and Mrs. John Clark :of *Luxora and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith Sr. of Steele. Woman's Club Enters Program The Blytheville Woman's Club has entered the 1968 General Federation of Woman's Clubs- Shell Oil Company Education Program. It is among 19 women's clubs from Arkansas presenting for judgment their efforts to further education in their communities. The clubs are competing for three prizes of $500 .for first place, $300 for second place and $200 for third place, awarded each state. Any club in the General Federation conducling an education program is eligible to enter the contest. State winners will be announced at the annual convention of the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs scheduled May 15 in Little Rock. Chapter N Will Meet Chapter N, P.E.O. will meet Friday at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. ORVILLE McGUIRE GERALD HANCOCK EVANGELIST MUSIC LEADER April 14-20 . . . 7:30 Nightly NURSERY WILL BE PROVIDCD MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 315 S. Lilly EVERYONE INVITED Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Committees Are Announced For Woman of the Year Tea Committees for the 1968 Woman of the Year Tea, sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi, honoring Mrs. Jim Tompkins April 21, in the home of Mrs. W. A. Hart are: General chairman, Mrs. Roland Steward; co - chairman, Mrs. Quincy Hodge; invitations Mrs. Rex Metzger, and Mrs. Leon Meador; publicity, Mrs. Leland Eiddell; decorations, Mrs. Billy Bowen; food, Mrs. Alvis Harris and Mrs. Roland Warrington; Table appointments, . Mrs. Cleo Pope, Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. 0. M. Mitchell; gifts; Mrs. Raymond Miller; circulating, Mrs. Harmon Cook, Mrs. Johnny Buchanan, Mrs.,Paul Wetbrook, Mrs. Riddell; Mrs. Paul Wood, Mrs. Roy Kirksey, Mrs. L. L. Hubener, Mrs. Gerald Kelly, Mrs. Adam Taylor, Mrs. Metzger and Mrs. Joe Couch; Guest book, Mrs. Curtis Corder, Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, Mrs. Jim Smothermon and Mrs. T. L. Roberts; Pictures, Mrs. Mike Keener and Mrs. Charles Coalter; Kitchen, Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Delores Rodgers, Mrs. Billy Hyde, Mrs. Steve Eatmon, Mrs, Roland Warrington; Mrs. Bill Ward, Mrs. Jesse Coalter, Mrs. Rolan Fletcher, and Mrs; Marvin Lipford; . Serving, Mrs. Joe Beckman, Mrs. Bill Griggs, Mrs. Jim,Worley and Mrs. Alvis Harris; Pouring, Mrs. J. D. Davis; and door and house tour, Mrs. Steward, Mrs. Keriner, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Charles Coalter and Mrs. Eatmon. Mrs. Coalter Presents Alpha Alpha Program Alpha.Alpha Chapter of. Beta Sigma Phi held their April business and program meeting recently in the home of Mrs. Billy Bowen. Nine members were present., Mrs. Bowen, president, led the opening ritual. Mrs. Charles Coalter presented the program, "Sculpture and Painting" and "The Printed World of Your Life." Mrs. Roland Warrington was elected pledge of the year. Announcement was made of the state convention to be held in El Dorado, May 17, 18 and 19. Mrs. Roland Steward and Mrs. Mike Kenner were ap- pointed to serve on the scholarship committee. Mrs. Steward, service chairman, announced that potted plants will be placed in Parkview Manor Nursing Home on Easter. She also announced the Woman of the Year tea will be held April 21 to honor Mrs. Jim F. Thompkins, Woman of the Year, in the home of Mrs. W. A. Hart : The meeting closed with members repeating the closing ritual. The next meeting will be a "crazy hat" and card p'arty, April 16 in the home of Mrs. Alvis Harris. Miss Mary Ann McDuffee Krutz-McDuffee Vows May 27 Mrs. Meador Hosts Recent Sorority Meeting Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently in the home of Mrs. Leon Meador for their monthly business and program meeting. The meeting was opened by all members repeating the opening ritual. Various reports were given by committee chairmen and it was announced that the Woman of the Year Tea will be April 21 in the home of Mrs. W. A. Hart. Founder's Day will be April 30 at 7 p.m. in the Royal Coach Room of the Holiday Inn at which time officers for the four chapters of Beta Sigma Phi will take office for. the 1968-69 year and the chapters' Girls of .the Year will be honored. April 27 is reservations deadline. Programs were presented on literature by Mrs. Joe Beck- man and art by Mrs.' Marvin Lipford. Mrs. Finis Hardy, chapter director, gave a resume on Beta Sigma Phi for the chapter's rushees, Mrs. Eugenu Brown, Mrs. Jim Rhodenbaugh and Mrs. Harlen Bryeans. Mrs. Meador closed the meeting by leading all members in the closing ritual. During the social hour, refreshments of coffee and cake were served. The next meeting will be a social in the home of Mrs. Beckman, April 16. Church Holds Social And Supper Memorial Baptist Chapel met for a social and pot luck supper Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McDuffee of Dallas, Tex., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Ann McDuffee, to Charles Dana (Dan) Krutz of Blytheville. . Mr. Krutz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Krutz of Blytheville. . : . . The couple will graduate irom Southern Methodist University in May. • The bride-elect is a member of Delta Gamma Sorority and ;he prospective groom is a mem- )er of Lambda Chi Alpha Fra- ;ernity. The wedding will be May 27 Guild Sees FilmStrip Thursday Lutheran Women's Guild business meeting was preceded Thursday, by a recipe luncheon at the home of Mrs. Richard Grammes, with Mrs. Narsh Benson and Mrs. Richard Reuter assisting the hostess. Mrs. Benson led the devotion, "Oh Death, Where Is Thy Sting?" A filmstrip, "To God Alone be Glory," the life of Dr. C.F. W. Walther, was shown. Mrs. Bill Williams presided over the business session. Mrs. E.S. Wildy dedicated the mite box offerings. Guests were Mrs. Roger WiJ- kerson and Mrs. Larry Opperman. . and prayer meeting Thursday night. Revival services will begin Easter Sunday. Prayer was by Vermon Boyd. Guests attending were Rev. Orville McGuire, Mrs. John Gearing, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boyd, Leon Johnson and Miss Vicky Gee of Chicago. Rev. • McGuire dismissed the meeting with prayer. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Mon. Thru Fri. 7 AM-6PM Saturday ' 7AM-7PM CLEANING SPECIAL GOOD TUE. THRU FRI. ••••••••••••••«•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••£ ANY PLAIN LADIES' & MEN'S PANTS, SPORT COATS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS AND LIGHT JACKETS. FRESH AS A FLOWER IN JUST 1 HOUR •*»••*••••••••••••••••••»•»•••••••••••• »•••*•••••••••••••••••••! SHIRTS5'°' $ 1 OR25c EACH 3-HR. SERVICE ON HANGERS OR FOLDED W« Also Do Khaki and Oth.r Work Cloth*. at St.- Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in'Dallas. Association Plans Meeting Thursday . The, Women's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association will meet Thur- day at 10 a.m. at Trinity Bap ; tit Church. A mission study institute and conferences by. chairman and directors will be held. A pastor's conference and executive board meeting will also beheld. Social and Personal Notes ' Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Max Glass and children spent Easier Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maclin of Steole. They visited Sunday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Glass of Manila. Ronnie Glass of Clemson, S. C., spent Sunday night with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Max Glass. Louis Mahan and sons, Carl Evan and Troy Allen, were accompanied to New Albany, Miss., by Durwood Mahan where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Evan Mahan and Durwood Mahan's grandmother, Mrs. Alma Martin, and family. Carl Evan Mahan and Troy Allen Mahan will return to their home in New Orleans Wednesday after spending three-weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mahan. Dr. Milton Webb and Dr. James Guard of Blytheville and Dr. Joe Hughes of Osceola, attended the April meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Optomet- ric Society held in .the Jones- joro Chamber of Commerce conference room. Mrs. Chuck McFall left by jlane Sunday for Atlanta, Ga., ,o attend a purchasing school at' the Atlanta Army General Depot. She was accompanied to Memphis by her husband and two daughters, Sandi and Sheri. David Murray and Charlotte 3ennett, both of Blytheville, are cast members of the Arkansas State University produclion it "The Firebugs" to be presented May 8 through 11. Kathie Sheeley'of Steele has been elected secretary of the Sigma Alpha Iota pledge class, a professional fraternity for women music majors and minors at Arkansas State University. CaroJ Jane Wilson of Leac.1- ville has been elected treasurer of the Women's Athletic Association at Arkansas State Uni? versity. Loy Lee of Memphis State University is practice teaching for the spring semester at White Station High School in Memphis Mr. Lee is teaching speech. Society Has Study On Chile Nazarerie World Missions Society met Wednesday night at the church for their regular meeting. Mrs. Harold Thompson, president, opened the meeting and had charge of the b u s i n e s s session. Opening prayer was by Mrs. W. H. Payne. The devotional by .Ira Lambert was from the 100th chapter of Psalms. Mrs.- Charlotte Mitchell gave the study chapter on the mission work in Chile. MEMBER BY INVITATION NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS THIS SYMBOL IS YOUR ASSURANCE OP THE HIGHEST IDEALS AND ETHICAL PRACTICES. IN BLYTHEVILLE ONLY COBB FUNERAL HOME MAY DISPLAY IT. COBB FUNERAL HOME BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. 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