KJfet — Bljrtievffle (Ark.) Courier Newi — Thursday, April >, MM Miss Janet Kaye Connell Gerald Tiger To Wed Miss Connell Mr. and Mrs. Homer Connell announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Janet Kaye Connell, to Gerald Wayne Tiger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tiger of Tulsa, Okla. Miss Connell is a 1967 graduate of Blytheville High School and is employed by the Civil Service at Blytheville Air Force Base. We. Tiger is a 1963 graduate of Daniel Webster High School and is stationed at Blytheville Ah- Force Base. The wedding ceremony will be May 19 at 2 p.m. at Trinity Baptist Church. ' , PTA Reports Blytheville Gity Council Parent - Teacher Association will meet Friday, April 26, at 9:30 a.m. in the Community Room of the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative .Inc. Officers for the coming year will be installed and special re ports will be, given. All PTA members have been urged to attend. Mrs. Garrigan Presents WSCS. Program Recently Christ Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met April 22 in the home of Mrs. C. W. Garrigan with 10 members present. Special guest was Mrs. William Lloyd Whittaker, president of the Jonesboro District of W.S.C.S. The program "Art and Identity" was under the direction of Mrs. Garrigan, assisted by Mrs H. C. Buck and Mrs. B. F. Gay. Group prayer closed the program. A business meeting followed, presided over by Mrs. Clyde GillHand. Mrs. Whittaker gave a brief resume of the annual W.S.C.S. Wives Club Has Hat Party Monday Security Police Squadron Wives Club met Monday in the home of Mrs. William Walters for a "crazy hat" party. Six members attended. The door prize was won by Mrs. Eloise McKinney. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be May 27 in the home of Mrs. Gordon Franklin. County Association Has Meeting Women's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association met recently at the Trinity Baptist Church in Blytheville. Mrs. Ed Williams of Osceola presided. The call to prayer was by Mrs. Roland Reinhardt. A Mission Study Institute was conducted by Mrs. Curtis Freeman and Mrs. Martin Sifford. Reports were given by Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Mrs. Reinhardt. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Hardin reported on a W.M.U. convention held in West Memphis. The next meeting will be in July at Leachville. meeting in West Memphis April 19 and 20. The meeting to be held in Jonesboro April 25 was highlighted. All members we're urged to attend. Mrs. Buck will be in charge of the May money-making proj- est. The meeting closed with group prayer. Club Will Have Dance Tonight The Cotillion Club will meet tonight for their April dance at Blytheville Country Club. Dinner will be served at 8 p.m. and dancing will begin at 9 p.m. Jack Kinder will provide the music. Hosts wUl be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Max Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Banks; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doyle, •Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day, r. and Mrs. Jack Finley Robinson and Mrs. Peggy Godley. YMCA To Offer Basic Sewing Classes Basic sewing classes will begin at the YMCA, April 29 at 9:30 a.m. Further information may be obtained by calling the YMCA. Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor CWF Elects Officers At Recent Luncheon Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met Monday for a luncheon meeting. Twenty - three members and nine guests attended. Rev. Charles T. Hudson gave the invocation for the luncheon. .Faith Group was hostess for the luncheon. The serving table was centered with a bouquet of gladiolus. The dining table held runners of azaleas with lillies of the valley spaced at intervals. Mrs. Vernon Strickland, CWF president, presided over the meeting. Officers elected for the coming year are: president, Mrs. Vernon Strickland; first vice- president, Mrs. Russell Hays; second vice-president) Mrs. Joe McHaney; Recording : secretary, Miss Neal Luckett; corn Nine Attend Garden Club Meeting Parkside Terrace Garden Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Richard Swain. Seven members and two guests, Mrs. Johnny Rapert ant Mrs. Louis Green, attended. Keith Bilbrey presented the program "The' Importance ol Property." The program was followed by a short business meeting conducted by Mrs. Harvey Willard. It was announced that the club's annual luncheon will be May 21 at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Swam won the door prize. Strawberry cake and coffee was served. COMPARE THIS MOWER COMET Youth Group Has Skating Party Tuesday Young People's Group of the Assembly of God Church held a skating party Tuesday night at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty guests attended. Susan and Vickie Million were game winners. Hostesses were Mrs. Karen Ehlers, Mrs. Katie Haley and Mrs. Debbie Ladd. ie A CRAFT & GIFT SHOP Hours: 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (Located 3 Miles E. of Dell at Gill's Tomato Farm) • LARGE SELECTION OP HANDCRAFTS • EXCLUSIVE PERSONALIZED GIFTS FOR BRIDES AND GRADUATES • COMPLETE DECOUPAGE SUPPLIES MILLIE MALLORY GILL, OWNER . PO 3-4442 with any other mower regardless of price! ^ NO OTHER MOWER " HAS ALL THE FEATURES A SNAPPER COMET GIVES YOU. Snapper Comet mowers are unexcelled for ease of handling and comfort for the operator ... and they are unexcelled in mechanical features, too. Big S to 8 HP gasoline engines (some with electric starters)} nil steel construction; com* ptetely enclosed transmission; 5 speeds forward plus reverse ... and lubricated for life. Instant cutter height adjustment l»to*'. 26", 30", 41" sizes. We Invite you to compara Comet with any other riding mower. GENTRY'S GARAGE 61? W. Ash PO 3-4269 secretary, Mrs. James Terry; treasurer, Mrs. George Cross; study chairman, Mrs. J. C. Ellis; Worship chairman, Mrs. Loraine Lunsford; and service chairmen, Mrs. Riley Sylvester and Mrs. Eric Whitley. It was announced that a CWF Workshop will be at Newport First Christian Church, May 7. Various committee chairmen reported. Mrs. Terry gave the .dedicatory prayer for the blessing boxes. Mrs. John Burnett gave a review of the book "Christy" by Catherine Marshall. Mrs. W. W. January gave the worship. The meeting closed with the missionary benediction. Guests ..attending were Mrs. Bill D. Jackson, Mrs. Doris Hoilis, Mrs. Tom Ward, Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mrs. E. D. Schumacher, Mrs. D. P. Dapp, Mrs. Strickland and Rev. and Mrs. Charles T. Hudson. William Gilbert To Wed Miss Smart Miss Cheryl Smart will become the bride of William Gilbert in a ceremony to be performed May 24 in the First United Pentecostal Church of Blytheville. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smart of Yuma, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gilbert of Lakeland, Fla. Miss Smart graduated from Kofa High School in Yiima, where she was a member of the Future Business Leaders of America and Distributive Education Club of America. ', She attended Arizona Western College in Yuma. • Miss Smart is employed with the Civil Service at Blytheville Air Force Base. Mr. Gilbert is a graduate.of Kathleen High School in Lakeland and is stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. Social arid Personal Notes Dr. and Mrs. John Medley of Centerville, Va., announce the birth of a daughter, Allison Ann, born April 20; at Fairfax, Va., Hospital. They are •parents of another daughter, Andrea Jane. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roland Steward arid great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hester, all ofBlytheville. Mrs. J.; P. Friend arid Mrs. Rosco Crafton left Saturday for Lufkin, Tex., to attend a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Frend's mother, Mrs. W. R. 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