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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 22, 1968
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Myttovflle (Ark.) Courier News—Monday, April 22, 1968 — Page Flvt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morton Miss Wagster Bride Of Paul Mortem Miss Joyce Wagster became the bride of Paul Morton, March 15 in a ceremony performed .by Rev. J.:R. Coots in the home;of Mrs. Pearl Flanigan in ; 0sceola. •••••••'.' Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morton and Mr.:and Mrs.; James Wagster, all of Blytheville. The coupled making their home in Blytheville, where' the groom is employed by Automotive Parts' Co; and the bride is a senior at Blytheville High School. : cub, BO;, tszplont SCOUT NEWS Cub-Scout Dens 1 and 2, Pack 57 of- : Caraway, had a skating party' Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Debbie Davis and Danny Hurst were game winners. Mrs; George'Gipson was host- FLAPPER FASHION is evident in these two examples of Easter bonnets modeled in London. The cloches, one in straw and the other in organza, show the influence of an earlier day. • Celery seeds and dry.'mus- ard are excellent additions for an oil> and - vinegar dressing that is to be served with Jruit salads . Juliana Mdhan Is Honpred With Party The Dogwood Clubhouse was the setting Friday" for ! a party honoring Juliana Mahan on her 13th birthday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mahan. The entertaining room was decorated with orange and yellow-streamers. Hostesses were Mrs. William Langley, Mrs. Shirley Thomas, Mrs. Peggy Thomas and Miss Mary Banks, Games were played and refreshments of iced drinks, cookies and potato chips were served.. Those attending were Linda O'Neil, Alberta Neisler, Mac Maupin, Betty Vandergriff, Mildred Sanders, Rosie Crosskno; Edna Sanders, Max Mitchell, Bonnie Sanders, Wesley Maupin, Jackie Mitchell, Billy Payne, Troy Thomas, Wayne Wilson, Hod Ladd and Richard Lowery. Society News — r'hyllls Society Editor Ph. PO 3 4481 Coming Events Homemakers E. H. Club, at the clubhouse Gosnell E. H. Club | General CWF luncheon and irogram of First Christian 3iurch, 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. Dell Baptist W.M.U. at the church . Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18, IOOF Hall 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 Natioh- alBarik Tuesday Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. Max Harrison 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 home of Mrs. Wallace Smith Mary Martha Sunday School class of .Memorial Baptist Church, home of Mrs. Jeff Hester, Orpheus Music Club Parkside Garden Club Wednesday Lange PTA 3 p.m. at the school HONORED-^0. H. Acorn (left) of Wardell was honored April 12 by Wardell Lodge Number 665, A.F. and A.M., for his aid in the betterment of the community. Bill Burlison of Cape Girardeau is presenting Mr. Acorn with a 45-year membership pin. Armorel Baptist WMU, 7:30 p.m. at the church Tpwn and Country E. H. Club workshop meeting at clubhouse Clear Lake Baptist WMU Chapter D, P.E.O., at Blytheville Country Club home of Mrs. Ed Pike 1 p.m. Wednesday Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. Louis McWaters Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes in Jay- Wondering about investments at a _ po$»iblenext ttlep in your family* financial planning? $50 to begin . . . then $25 monthly starts you on a mutual fund investment program through a United Periodic Investment Plan to acquire shares of United Science Fund. For free Booklet-Prospectus giving detailed information,: write or call.... REPRESENTED LOCALLY BY DICK J. WHITE fHONE P03-3592 PO BOX 12 THOSE HORRID AGE SPOTS * •Weathered brown ____ •pots on (he surface 1 SProuT hands and face tell th« woHd you're getting old-jer- haps before you realty are. Ada them away with new ESO- CA, that medicated cream ks °P masses of pte- Se akin, helps mafe whte_anr young that m tat SOT •HidUUw ***M* «*•"••••» ii i w Udetnua those blemishes. If yoa haw these ue-nrndlnx - *^ spots, blotches, or H you Plazo Drugs Plitt Shopping Center A Health Report From <rovei cee Clubroom Altrusa Club of Blytheville Lutheran Women's Missionary League 9:30 a.m. at the church Down One Bridge Club in the Kibitzer Club Thursday Bridge Club 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 Jaycettes Elect Officers At Recent Meeting Blytheville Jaycettes m e t Thursday in the Jaycee Clubroom. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Curtis Corder. Mrs. Ray Gill gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Corder led the Jaycette. Creed. ..Roil call and minutes were read by Mrs. Frank Sparks. Mrs. Gill read correspondence concerning the state convention to be held May 23,24, 25 and 26 in Little Rock. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Mrs. Frank Sparks; vice - president and corresponding secretary, Mrs. Curtis Corder; recording secretary, Mrs. Wayne Sanders; and treasurer, Mrs. Bob N. White. E. D., Dunn, member of the Blytheville Jaycees, spoke to the group concerning this year's beauty pageant to be held May 11. Mrs. White will be chairman of the "Little Miss Blytheville" and "Mr. Jaycee President of 1988" pageants. Mrs. Corder will be co-chairman. To enter the contest, children must be 3 three years of age and not 7 before May 11. A $5 entry fee is required; Further. information may be obtained by calling Mrs. White, PO 3-6378 or Mrs. Corder, PO 38707. Mrs. Don Morris was hostess and Mrs. Sparks won the door prize; The next meeting will be a social, April 25 in Jaycee Clubroom at 8 p.m. For a quick relish, chop cooked beets (home - cooked or canned) and mix with chopped sweet onion, sugar and vinegar to taste. 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