The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 23, 1968
Page 4
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r- Fog • «yft«f»«i (Art.) CJwrhr EMU - TuMiliy. »,prl Miss Pamela Gay Hicks Mike Caraway To Wed Miss Hicks sMr. and Mrs. Charles William Hicks Jr. of Memphis, an : Bounce the engagement of his daughter, Pamela Gay "Hicks, & Robert Michael Caraway, son 5 Mr. and Mrs. Thad H, Cara- fay of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, : : . • SThe bride-elect is the'grand, tfaughter of Mrs. Vera. Corder and the late J. Boyd Corder of Marceline, Mo.,., and Mr. and f " -s. Charles Hicks Sr. of Mem- Is. «The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryan Purvis\>f Blytheville said Mr and Mrs. Eulon Vay fiaraway of Memphis. . ' |Miss Hicks graduated from Qverton High School where she was vice - president of Zeta Beta Theta Sorority. She attend§1 Mississippi State College for B'omen in Columbus, Miss., fhere she was a member of §e Gauntlet Social Club. i Miss Hicks is employed with tte Commercial and Industrial PTA Reports ^Fairvied Parent-Teacher As- Sjreiation met April -17 in the school cafetorium. i Mrs. Finis Hardy, president presided. sAll members repeated the Pledge of Allegiance. §A musical program was presented by members of the second and third grade. 5 Mrs. Curtis Corder rtad the $inutes of the previous meeting and Mrs. Bill Vick gave the treasurer's report. 5 An audit report was given by firs. Eugene Brown, jj The .president's, message was a'n invitatiph-tb.attend'the state convention in Little Rock, April 29 and 30. | Room count was won by Mrs. f immons and Mrs. Katz. "Officers elected for 1968-69 are: president, Mrs. Finis Hardy; vice - president, Mrs. Eddie Eaves; secretary, Mrs. Le- gn Meador and treasurer, Mrs. Curtis Corder. -• The installation ceremony was 6y Mrs. Brown. : Fourth grade mothers were « The next meeting will be In September. Wondering about investment* at a possible next ttep in your family'i financial planning? 150 to begin ... then 125 monthly eUrtt you oa a mutual fund inveitnwnt program through a United Periodic Investment Plin to icauire tbares ol United Science Fund. For free BooUet-Pretpectiu giving detailed write or call.. i. WHITE FO3-UM BOX U Bank of Memphis. Mr. Caraway graduated from Over-ton High School where he was president of the .senior class and won the Brotherhood Award. He was also a member of the Plantation Party He is now a student at Delta State College in Cleveland, Miss where he pledged Kappa Alpha. The wedding will be June 1 at 8 p.m. at Eudora Baptist Church in Memphis. Phyllii K*ed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 300 Guests Attend Woman of the Year Tea Sunday Approximately 300 guests called between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. Sunday, April 21, for ;he annual Woman of the Year Tea at the home ef Mrs. W. A. •lart, to honor Mrs. Jim Tomp- fins, 1967 Woman of the Year. The tea marked the 21st anniversary of the annual event sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Roland Steward, chairman of the tea, and'Mrs. CleoPope. The hall was decorated with an arrangement of gladiolus, sent by a previous Woman of the Year, and black scones with yellow tapers. Receiving guests in the receiving line were Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Tompkins, Mrs. Quincy Hodge, City Council president, Mrs. John Kersnick, Xi Xi Chapter president, Mrs. Billy Bowen, Alpha Delta Chapter president, Mrs. Raymond Miller, Alpha Alpha Chapter president and Mrs. Leon Meador, Gamma Alpha chapter president. Each was presented a yellow rose corsage. The guest book was on a ta. We with a single yellow rosebud in a crystal and silver bud vase, Presiding:at the guest,book were Mrs. Curtis Corder, Mrs Jimmie Edwards, Mrs. Jim Smothermon and Mrs. P a u Westbrook. The tea table was covered with-an Irish imp6rted linen cloth with lace inserts and helc an arrangement of a pair o silver cherub epergne holding a crystal;cutglass bowl with yel low roses interspersed with yel "tow tapers! . ..Silver services we're at .each end of the table. A filagree scone arrangemen with yellow tapers was on the wall behind the.table. Those presiding at the tea table were Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs T. I. Seay, Mrs. William Wyatt 'Blanch Hall Day* Proclaimed At Ladies Bible Class Meeting Four Attend Workshop Madalynne VanCleve, Ann Lombard!, Emma Lou Anderson and Grace Caldwell attended a Business and Professional Women's Club workshop in the Civic Center in Forrest City Sunday. Coordinator of the workshop was the state personnel development chairman,. Mrs. Florence Holtsclaw of Little Rock. Those appearing on the program were: Ruth Purma, state B&PW president; Elizabeth Parsons of Osceola, state world affairs chairman; Mary Jess Langford of Little Rock, past state president; Elene Johnson of Texarkana, past state president; Iva Gray Taylor of Little Rock, past state president; Ruth Jane JMixon. of Little Rock, past state president; and Sammle Hardy of Little Rock, past national president. Members of the Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church and several guests met April 19 at the church for their regular monthly meeting; Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Mrs. E.E. Hardin gave the treasurer's report. "Blanch Hall Day" was proclaimed and the program was given in her honor. Songs were sung by the group, • accompanied on the piano by Miss Alma Peters. Mrs. A.C. Haley gave the opening prayer and the devotional and scripture reading was Auxiliary Finalizing Plans for Ball Blytheville Junior Auxiliary, is finalizing plans tor ; La Fiesta Grande Charity Ball to be held Friday night at 7:30 in the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park. Money for tickets should be turned in immediately, according to a club spokesman. A Spanish decorating theme will be used and buffet will be served during the evening. • Burl Olswanger and the Fascinators will provide the music. MURR Your Friendly Theatrt OSCEOLA by Mrs. P.B. Cooley. Mrs. Blanch Hall gave a piano solo and Mrs. Sam Haynes gave a humorous reading, "The Joy of Being Fifty.'' Two solos, "Summertime" and "Will-0-The Wisp" were by Mrs. Ray Harrison, accompanied by Mrs. F. U Patrick on the piano. Mrs, Hall thanked the class for the gifts presented her. The meeting closed with the class motto. Cake were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Cooley, Mrs. H. L. Harp and Mrs. A. E. Trachsel, 17 Members Attend W.MS Night Meeting The Night Women's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church met last night In me fellowship hall of the church. Seventeen members attended, The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Ted. King. Miss Marie Harnish gave the opening prayer. • The Bible study "The Missionary Message of the Bible" was given by Miss Minnie Brown. Miss Effle Lee Terrell, program chairman, introduced the program "Help Wanted". .Wanted." • .Those assisting on the pro gram were Mrs. King, Miss Hudy Brown, Mrs, Dessie Wai and Miss Pearl Lee. Mrs. Phillip Deer gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Riley Adams, Mrs. King and Mrs. Joe Washam were .hostesses. and Mrs. E. G. Redman. They were presented a single yellow rosebud corsage. Other rooms of the home were decorated with various fruit and flower arrangements in orange, yellow and green. • The den had arrangements of white orchids, yellow daisies and iris from previous Women of the Year. A house tour was conducted by Mrs. Charles Coalter, Mrs. Mike Kenner, Mrs. Steve Eatmon and Mrs. Gerald Kelly. Mrs. Steward presented an engraved silver tray to Mrs. Tompkins. and a silver relish dish to Mrs.:.Hart.. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Gosnell Extension Homeniak- e'rs Club'met Monday .night in the clubhduse with 16 members attending. ' : Mrs. Ruth Baughman attended as a guest. Mrs. Margaret. Griffin read the minutes of the previous meeting: and Mrs. Pauline La- Farlette gave the treasurer's report. The;--club voted to take fruit to Parkview Manor Nursing Home, May 5. Eye-- openers were shown by Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Charles Stromire Sr., Mrs. A. B. Ford, Mrs. Lottie Johnson and Mrs. Ruby Davis. Name-tags for the county eouneil.meeting were made. . Mrs. Bertie Davis and Mrs. Bessie Grimes -will :;be hostess for the next meeting. .The meeting closed with the club creed. Hostesses served cold drinks coffee and sandwiches. II \ HONORED - Miss Merriott Harp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Harp, was recently honored by Tri-Delta, home economics club, at Baylor University. Miss Harp, a . senior, is president of the organization which named her as the member most representative of the spirit of home economics. Social and Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weidman are parents of their first child, a son, born April 22 at Chickasawba Hospital. He has been named Jon Michael. Grandparents ^are Mr. and Mrs. R. S, Weidman and Mr. and Mrs. Wayiie Friday, all of Blytheville. . Mr. Weidman is stationed on the USS Arlington with the United States Navy, . Spec. 4 and Mrs. Tommy Trantham announce the birth of a son born April 21 at Little Rock. Air Force Base Hospital. They are former Blytiieville rasi idents. Specialist Tranthani ii stationed in' Vietnam and will return home in June. Ann Pride of Blytheville and Steve" Stevens of Dell recently were elected' senators to t h • University of Arkansas Associated Students. Miss Pride is one Of the representatives of th« College of Arts and Sciences and Mr. Stevens is one'of th« representatives of the Colleg* of Business Administration. 14 Attend W. M. A. Meeting Beacon Baptist Church Women's Missionary Association mei last night in the home of Mrs ; Wayne Millican with ii members and one guest attending. Opening prayer was by Mrs. Stanley West. Mrs. Larry Beard had charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Bill Baker gave the program, "Female Missionaries." Those assisting .on the program were Mrs. Gene Hagan, Mrs. Benny Powers, Mrs. Beard, Mrs. Bill Vick, Mrs. Millican, Mrs. Jim Fritchie and Mrs. Bob Coleman. Mrs.. Powers gave the dismis. sal prayer. Coming Events Tuesday B&PW Club 7:30 p.m. Hospl- ality Room of the First Nation- Tuesday Bridge Club in the lome of Mrs. Jesse Taylor Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club ri the home of Mrs. Max Harri- TUES. ANDWED. Clean «nd dry ribs of celery removing the leafy part. Cut in to wedges that are several inch es long. Stuff with a mixture ream cheese mixed with finely chopped plmiento - stuffed olive*. A small package of cream cheese will fill about 24 wedges of the celery. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY HIGH, WILD & WH" "THUNDER ALLEY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "ROUGH HIGHT /N JERICHO" — with Dean Martin "IS PARIS BURNING" — with Jean _ _ Pali/ Belmondo. WED, • THURS; • FRI. DOUBLE FEATURE ROSAUND RUSSELL SAHDMOEC See Your BUELL W. CARTER, Agent 607 N. 6th Phone PO 3-3361 Want Good Machine Work Want Good Engineering Want Honest Advice COME TO — BARKJDALE J25 South Broadway PO 2-2911 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 SchQOi class of Memorial Baptist Church, home of Mrs. Jeff Hester. Orpheus Music Club Parkside Garden Club •••••«•••••*•*••••••• NOW SHOWING 5 'Academy Awards NomfoatloM . Won Nomination For Best Directed Pictun "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BjESTT JOSEPH EUEVH* MIKE'NICHOLS-UVYRENCETURMAN -*«. *DONT MISS IT!" This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future. THE GRADUATE ss™* pMmx * e (A)—Suggested For Mature Audiences , 8 P.M. (Box Office Closes 9.:3Q;jE'..M3! ADMISSIpN: ADULTS 1.50.CHILDREN 75c Enjoy This Wonderful Picture In Our New Rocking Seats! COMING SOON TO THE MTZ TO SIR WITH LOVE — With Sidney r Politer JUNGLE BOOK — Walt Disney Cartoon Feature DID YOU HEAB ABOUT TRAVELING SALESLADY — Phyl- HOW TO SAVE A MARRIAGE — Dean Martin tt Stella Steveng GOOD, BAD & THE UGLY — Clint Eastwood WHERE ANGELS GO — Rosalind Kussell & Stella Steven! REG. It C BEST BARGAIN IN BLYTHEVILLE (NO LIMIT) (See This Paper For N«r WtdnodayYSpecial) SOYBEANS FOR SALE • NON-CERTIFIED HILL • NON-CERTIFIED LEE • NON-CERTIFIED PICKETT GIN CO. POpldr3-4400 POplar 3-3141

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