The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1968 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 20, 1968
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' rin Four - Kythevfflt (Art.) Courier News - 8ihirf«y. AprB », Phyllis Reed, Society Editor [Bits of \mottly per&onat Mr. and Mrs. Carlis Henry McHugh Gibbs-McHugb Vows Exchan ifhe'Baptist Church of Brag- ggjocio was the setting April 13 fotethe wedding- of Miss Earle Gibbs and Carlis Henry Mc- HuglToMVardelir The;,-bride is the-; daughter .of Mr! and Mrs. fiarle M. Gibbs of Braggadocio and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arblene McHugh. Rev. William Gossett of Arbyrd officiated at the double- ring ceremony. Miss Carol Long, cousin of the bride provided nuptial music. The bride, given in marriage white embossed cotton A • line street - length gown. Her tulle veil was caught to a pillbox hat decorated with ribbon and seed pearls,. She carried a white Bible top ped with .a.white orchid.,- .'. M a t r o n of Honor was Mrs Terry Wamaganz of Jennings Mo., sister of the bride. Jerry McHugh of Wardel served his brother as best man A reception was held follow ing the ceremony in the home o the bride's parents. The couple will make t h e i home in Wardell where Mr. Me by her father, was attired in a i Hugh is engaged in fanning. Twelve Attend Sorority Hat Party Recently Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a "crazy hat" party April 16 in the h o m e of Mrs. Alvis Harris. Nine membersand three guests, Mrs. Howard Besharse, Mrs. Ronald Weaver and Mrs. Larry Langley, attended. The prize for the best hat was awarded to Mrs. Billy Bowen. Mrs. Resharse won high i n bridge, Mrs. Curtis Corder won high in canasta and Mrs. Harris won nridgo. Mrs. Roland Steward was — Society News — Ph. PO 3-4461 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Me- Ddwell, Jr., are parents .of a laughter born' Thursday a t 3iickasawba Hospital. She has een named Allison. They are also parents of a son, Scott, age . Mrs. McDowell is the former Linda H. Marble. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John D. McDowell Sr. of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Marble of Vicksburg, iliss. . James C. McDowell and Miss Linda Lou Lynch arrived yes- erday from the University of Arkansas to spend the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John D. McDowell Sr. Jean Mays has been elected vice - president and Steve Short las been elected photographer of Gamma Beta Phi, a national service fraternity at Arkansas State University. Both are from Blytheville. Bruce Daniels, a senior mathematics major at Hendrix College, has been offered a teach- ng assistantship in the department of mathematics at the University of Arkansas for 196869, as announced by Dr, James E. Scroggs, head of the department. Mr. Daniels is the son of Mr! and Mrs. Leonard Daniels of BlythevUle. E.H.C Meeting Notes selected "girl of the year" o This selection is made on a point system, with points given for attendance, offices held, chairmanships. h eld, chapter a n d c i t y council. committee meetings attended, participation and attainments. • : The next meeting will be a business and program meeting in the home of Mrs. Jo.hnny Buchanan, May 7. Refreshments of Jelly, cake, coffeeand iced drinks were served by the hostess. WMS Has Program Meeting Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church met Wednesday night for a business and missionary program entitled "Requirements fora Missionary Vocation," . Seventeen members and 10 guests attended. After repeating the watchword, the group sang the WMU hymn "Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life," led by Mrs. Martin Sifford and accompanied by Mrs. Sifford's mother, Mrs. E. J. Cook, of Lake Norfork, Mo. Mrs. Joyce Cockrell gave the opening prayer. A brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Idell Lowe, WMU president. A program on making choices was presented by Miss Linda Lowe, Miss Carol Hill and Mrs. James Hensley. Mrs. Adaline Reams, program chairman, was assisted in presenting the program by Mrs. Ada B e r r y, Mrs. Loyce Gestring, Mrs.. John Nelson, Mrs. Joyce Crocker and Mrs. Reron Tate. Mrs. Sifford read the calendar of prayer and gave the dismissal prayer. It's a good idea to broil or bake fish on heavy foil - for easy removal from the broiling or baking pan and to save you from scrubbing e fish pan! Your family will applaud that billed fish if you serve it topped with slices of crisp bacon. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club met for a luncheon Thursday, at the club house with Mrs; R.ob-ert Hair and Miss Pearl Lee as hostesses. ; . Twelve! members' attended. The meeting opened with tb group singing "April Showers.' Mrs. Viola^Morris'gave .the devotional. Roll call was answered with each one telling how she like: to spend a rainy day. A short business meeting wai conducted and plans were dis cussed for the spring counci meeting. . .. .... Mrs. Hall presented the pro gram. "The Hows and Whys o Cooking." As an eyeopener, Mrs. C. P Davis showed a work baske made of ice cream containers Mrs. M. S. Edwards showei decoratible grapes made o cracked marbles and Mrs. C M. Abbott modeled a dress sh had made. Mrs. Raymond Zachry direct ed a quiz on the United States The door prize was won b Mrs. Barney Cozart. Mrs. Edwards gave a leader report on alcoholism. Mrs. Marvin Rasp gave th treasurer's report. The meeting closed with th club creed. The next meeting will be Ma 16 at the club house, with Mrs Morris and Mrs. R.A. Peek a co-hostesses. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA THE SUPER WIDE-EYED look is easy to .effect when you draw on luscious lines of color with a new ,eye pencil kit designed for making flowers, freckles and oodles of extra lashes. These kits come In crayon- like boxes, five soft pencils in each, in pastelf of pink, blue, sliver-violet, green and black. Use them for eyeliner and brows, too. They're treat fun. When you are stuffing cabbage leaves — usually this means with a ground beef and rice mixture — be sure to cut away the heavy stem part from each leaf. If you use lots of chopped onion in main dishes, you'll find As much as is needed may be removed from the package and the rest kept on hand in the freezer. Mrs. Webster Hostess To Golden Age Club Golden Age Club met Thurs[ay in the home of Mrs. Georie Webster with seven mem- ers and one guest, Mrs. John louse, present. The meeting opened with a 11 epeating the Lord's Prayer. Roll call was answered with each-person repeating their full names. A song was sung by the group and a love offering was taken. Cards were signed to be sent n two members who were ab- ient due to illness. A.card of thanks was read rom. Mrs. Rebecca James, for lowers the club sent in mem- iry of her mother, Mrs. Eliia-^ beth, who was a club member. Mrs. Emily Connell gave i reading entitled "Mary" and Mrs. Annie Adams gave a reading "Crucifixion." Minutes and the treasurer's report were given. Games were directed by t h e program chairman and Mrs Connell was the game winner. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. JAV. Portlock, 409 E. Davis, May 16. The meeting adjourned with the singing of the club's theme song "Bless Be the Tie". Mrs. Webster served refreshments of cake, party foods and coffee. 'Gry-In Brawl' Theme For Supper Club Meeting The Thursday Supper Club' and guests were entertained Thursday night with an after- income tax "Cry-In Bawl". Guests were invited .to come dressed signifying their poverty after taxes. The reception room of the American Legion Hut was decorated with "crying towels"'and posters. The mantel held a large doll dressed in a diaper with a sign Thank God for Small Dependents". The mantel in the ballroom was converted into a "eheer-up space" where food stamps were available. -Following' the cocktail hour, dinner was served "on credit". The tables were covered in newspapers and tulips in fruit jars and coffee cans were used in decorations/: v The'menu, in keeping with the theme "poverty after taxes", consisted of ham, white beans, greens, cabbage slaw, a relish tray and biscuits. Dancing followed the dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Carlock,'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carlock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sewell; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Trotter, Maj. .and.Mrs. Dan Hinrichs and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hopper. Hosts and hostesses for the event were Mr. and Mrs. EC Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Osborne. Club 28 Has Dinner-Dance At Blytbevilk Country Club Club 28 met Thursday night at Blytheville Country Club for their regular dinner dance. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan and Bernard Gooch. Bob McCoy provided music for dancing. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio; .'Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Littrell, Mrs. Johnny Marr; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke, Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mr. anc Mrs. Gerald Kogelchaltz anc Bob Lee Smith. An "April Showers" theme was used in decorations. New Liberty Notes & News WINNER — Miss. Sandra Priest, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Priest, is this week's winner of the Teen-Age Safety Driving program, sponsored by the V.F.W. of Manila. Miss Priest is a senior at'Manila High School. Mrs. Phillips Hosts Club Mrs. Bert Phillips was hostess Wednesday to Down One Bridge Club. '.,,"•]••-••'•'•- '; • Mrs. Tracy Sandow won high, Mrs. Harry Churchwell won-second and Mrs. Daniel Jones won low. Mrs. Ed'Pike will be hostess for next week's meeting. Will ing Workers Haye Meeting Willing Workers Class of First Baptist Church met recently in the home of the class teacher, Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. : , Pam Lansdale opened the meeting with prayer and gave the devotional. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Outlaw. Mrs. Huffman Hostess To Chapter N Chapter N, P.E.O., met yesterday in the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. Mrs. Harry A. Haines and Mrs. J. W. Adams were co-hostesses. Mrs. Charles Afflick Jr., president, presided over the meeting and Mrs. Charles Crigger HI gave the P.E.O. Record report. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon presented the program entitled "Great American. Authors." The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Harry Krby, May 3. LAST TIME TODAY "PROMISE HER ANYTH/NG" With Warren Beatty and Leslie Caron • Sun. • Mon. • Tuts. And • Wed. PTA Reports Central Parent - Teacher Association met Wednesday for a combined PTA meeting and tea honoring teachers. Rev. Alvis Carpenter gave the devotional. Mrs. Peggy Godley read minutes o f t h e previous meeting and Mrs. Jan Rayder gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. .Tom Little presented Bill Livingston, school principal, with a check from the PTA for ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••i LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature "HOUSE OF 1000 DOLLS" — PLUS — "APACHE UPRISING" • Sun. • Mon. • Tu«s. Gordon Eastman's "HIGH WILD AND FREE" — Plus THUNDER ALLEY school ground improvement. Girl Scout Doris Woodall gave the flag ceremony. Mrs. Julia Penn installed the Some good cooks who use wooden paddles for making butter balls find th paddles work well when they are soaked in ice water long enough "to I chill them thoroughly b e f o r e following officers: president, | th are uged Mrs. Allen Bush; vice - presi-, One of the i, est ways to re- dent, Mrs. Randan Hawks; sec- mov e the brown rind from coco- retary, Mrs. Jim Tompkms, and nut meat (after the Coconut has treasurer, Mrs. Rayder. The meeting ended with Mrs. Alvi Carpenter reading a poem. The tea was held following the meeting. been removed from the shell) is to use a swivel - blade vege- Read Courier News Classifieds Highway 61 South SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Blytheville, Ark. •<>•«•«•••••••••• ONLY Shootin'his way through in NEW! Finite RBI TllttOlrt Scmili Cow FORT PLUS CARTOON SUN. • DOUBLE FEATURE MON. • TUES. I HUM MAimil'PVMltD ^UvVRHra BmHLHH IN JERICHO • Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rochelle and daughter Patricia Willard and Mr. and Mrs, Don Pegamoskie and family Df Chicago visited recently with Mrs. R F Banks and Ruby. Also visiting Mrs Banks over the weekend was Mrs. Alma Gibbons and daughter Alma Lou and Mr. and Mrs Larry Davis and family of Newbern, Tenn Mrs J. C. Williams is visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Ho'llis Williams in Tangerine, Fla. C. G. Whittaker is a patient in Methodist Hospital in Memphis! ; .'.--'', Mrs. Clayton Eubanks has as rer guest Mrs.- P. C. Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eubanks of Jonesboro were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Eubanks. . .: Rev. and.Mrs. Thomas Langley of Walcott visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. William Langley. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Speck are vacationing in Fort' Walton, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. Truman Speck. Billy Lutes was the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lutes. ; ' Class Has Skating Party The Eighth .Grade Class of Joiner School held a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome -Wednesday night. Thirty-seven guests attended and game winners were Judy Murphy and Mike Lloyd. Kenneth Shannon and Mrs. Harold Kelley were hosts. Youth Group Has Party First Baptist'" Church Senior High Group sponsored a skating party Tuesday night at Walker Park Roller Drome. Seventy-fivefcguests attended. Game winners were Melissa Geiser, Kim Marsh, Mary Beth Mathis and David Woolen. Wives Club Will Meet Monday Security Police Squadron Wives Club will have a '"kookie hat" meeting Monday at 7:30 .m. . '. . ' The club will meet in the home of Mrs. William Walter, 1001 N.' Second, Capri Apartment, 504. All wives have been invited to attend. Coming Events Monday Amencan Legion Auxiliary I p m. Little Hut Beacon Baptist WMA. Men's Fellowship Meeting of the First Christian Church, 6 39 p.m. at the church Christ Methodist W.S C.S.«, at the church Homemakers E. H. Club, at the clubhouse Gdsnell E. H. Club General CWF. luncheon and program of First Christian Church, noon at the church Security ; Police Squadron Wives Club, 7:30 p.m. home of Mrs. -William Walter, 851st Enlisted Medic Wives Club, 7:30 p.m., Kingsley Hall Service Club. :pell Baptist W.M.U. 'at the church Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. : Rebekah Lodge 18, IOOF Hail 8 p.m. , Tops Club 7:30 p.m. Hospitality Room of First National Bank Tuesday Officers' Wives' Club Newcomers Coffee, at Blytheville Air Force Base Officer's Club Eastern Star-Chapter 279; Order of the Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. . B&PW'Club 7:30 p.m. Hospitality Room of the First National Bank -•'•,' ; " Tuesday Bridge Club in the Home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. Max Harri-- m" .--. '• , - - . Contract Club in the home of. Mrs. Richard Rose • Dell Kiwanis Club 7 p.m. in school cafetorium Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association beginner clinic 10 a.m. : ; Vendredi Bridge Club horn* of Mrs. Wallace Smith Mary Martha Sunday School class of Memorial Baptist Church, home of Mrs. Jeff Hes-~ ter.': ', . Orpheus Music Club . Parkside Garden Club. Wednesday / ...".'.. Lange PTA 3 p.m. at the school Armorel Baptist .WMU, 7;30 p.m. at the "church •.. .: Town and Country E. ii. Club" workshop meeting at,clubhouse Clear Lake Baptist WMU r ' Wf " 'Chapter D, P.E.O., at Blytheville 1 - Country Club Down One Bridge Club in the' jome of Mrs. Ed Pike 1 p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club in the ibrne of Mrs. Louis McWaters Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Altrusa Club of Blytheville •• Lutheran Women's Missionary League 9:30 a.m. at the church Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, Razorback Restaurant, 7:30 p.m. ; Junior members of Dud Cason Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, 7 p.m. in Little Hut Kibitzer Club Thursday Bridge Club NOW SHOWING .5 Academy Awards Nominations Won Nomination For Best Directed Picture "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!" JOSEPH E LEWIE -wwvflWTiUB MIKE NICHOLS- LAWRENCE TURM AN ~~™ "DON'T MISS IT!" This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future. THE GRADUATE (Ay—Suggested For Mature Audiences Shows at 2, 4, 6, 8 P.M. (Last Show at 9:15) ADMISSION: ADULTS 1.50 CHILDREN 75e Enjoy This Wonderful Picture In Our New Rocking Seats? COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ TO SIR WITH 1OVE - With Sidney Folder JVNOU BOOK — w«n w»"«y c«mon Futun DID YOU BRAE ABOUT TRAVELING SALESLADY III Dlller HOW TO SAVE A MARRIAGE — Dem Kttrtln A Stella Stern* GOOD, BAD A THE UGLV — Clint Eastwood WHERE ANGELS GO — Roullnd RuiMl! * Btcllft BteviM

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