The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1968 · Page 4
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Ft|* Poor — Kyfl^ivBta (Artc.) Oocrltr ff«*i - IMtey, Aprti «, tMI § ~ SELECTED — Miss Susie obinon, daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Freeman Robinson, has Jseen selected for membership ft Chimer at the. University of Arkansas. Selections are made According to standards of Scholarship, leadership ability, character, poise; "personality and high; school, and -.college Activities. l$even Attend Meeting ......... Wynne |jhe 18th annual meeting of tHe Presbyterian Women of the CHurch; East Arkansas Presby- tify, met at the Wynne Pres- bgterian Church recently. "5>r. Joel B. Whittenj Jr., psy- clfologist -and minister of Norfolk Va., was guest speaker. Ipresbyterial officers from Blytheville are Mrs. John Cherry district chairman, and Mrs. yernon Thommasson, white cross chairman. Shose from Blytheville attending were Mrs. Arnold Britton, Mrs. Martin Wilkinson, Mrs. Ro- l|jid Rounsaville, Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Thomasson, Mrs. I. M. Castlio and Mrs. E. M. Huff- njjan. 2rhe Presbyterian WOC held asspecial Bible study and sack liincheon Monday in the fellowship hall of the church. airs. Ed Dicks was in charge oKthe program. ^Opening prayer was by Mrs. John Cherry. £Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty gave the study from the book "Faces Around The Christ," using sdHpture from First Peter. :The group was dismissed by repeating the mizpah benediction. _ i CYOHas ^Skating Party .The seventh and eight grade students of the Catholic Youth Organization of the Immaculate Conception Catholic School and their guests had a skating party Wednesday night at Walker Park Roller Drome. ;A total of 40 attended. fdame winners were Mark HJjghes and Regan McGovern. •Special guest was Rev. Joseph Doyle. .-Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert, Mrs. John Thimesch, Paul Hughes, Mrs. Bud Fowler of'j Manila and Mrs. Pete Hughes, I WMUHas § Recent Royal Service Program 3 ;yarbro Baptist Women's Mis- sipnary Union met Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the church for a Royal Service program. : Jhe program was entitled "Help Wanted." iJVIrs. Sammy Mead, president, opened the meeting with prayer.: Jt h o s e participating on. t h e program were Mrs. Helen Enderson, Mrs. Alvin Jackson, Mf|s. Jack Emery, Mrs. Hayes Daniels and Mrs. L. D. Daniels. .The mission project, which is to.Xsend a box to the needy in the near future, was discussed. Mrs. Emery gave dismissal prayer. Mrs. Orpheus Music Club Mrs. Jack Hale entertained Orpheus Music Club in her home Tuesday night. Hostesses were Miss Effie Lee Allen, Mrs. Bryon Moore and Mrs. Tracy Sandow. The meeting opened with the repeating of the collect. The hymn of the month, "0 Come and Mourn with Me" was sung by the group after Mrs. Bill Tomlinson, president, gave a resume of the composer, W. Faber. The study book, "Men of Music - Tschaikovsky and Debussy' was given by Mrs. Bill Hendrix. . The program theme was "Music About Children" with Mrs. Moore as program leader. Mrs. Moor.e accompanied Mrs Bill Jackson ah8 Mrs. Tomlinson, who sang "the Prayer" from "Hansel and Gretel:" "Dance <of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from the "Nutcraker Suite" was presented as a piano duet by Miss Judy Halsell and Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt. Mrs. Whisenhunt played "Gol- lywog Cake Walk" by Debussy. Mrs. Whisenhunt accompanied Mrs. Robert Swan in her presentation of selections from "Song Offerings" by John Alden Carpenter. Mrs. Moore presented three children ages 4, 6 and 8. Holly Moore sang two nursery rhymes, Robby Gardner presented a piano: solo "O Savior Sweet" by Bach, and Larry Hale presented two piano solos. The hostesses carried out an "April Showers" theme in decorations and, refreshments. -Refreshments were served from the dining table centered with frosted fruit. Guests . attending were Miss Judy Halsell, Mrs. Lloyd Pullum, Holly Moore, Robby Gardner and Larry Hale. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. A. S. Harrison, May 28, for the group's annual picnic. RH. Club Spring Council Meeting Is Held Tuesday North Mississippi County Spring Extension Homemakers Club Council meeting .was held April 2 at the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative Inc. A total of 96 ladies attended. Armorel-ettes E. H. Club and Gosnell E. H. Club were hostesses. Mrs. Lee Roberds of Leachville, county council president, presided. Mrs. Hugh Don Ashmore of the Armorel-ettes, gave the welcome, and Mrs. Ben Craig of the Dogwood Club gave the response. Group singing was led by Mrs. C. C. Elliott of Town and Country Club. Rev. Guin Rerishaw, pastor of the Armorel Baptist Church, gave the devotional. Roll call was read by Mrs. Ben Craig, secretary. Mrs. Forrest Moore gave a talk on cancer and slides were shown. A question and answer period followed. A craft demonstration of wool pom pom pillows was given by the Leachville: Club. „ In the afternoon, a business meeting was held. Mrs. Phillip Deer of the TB Association, presented appreciation awards to clubs that helped with the TB envelopes. Miss Pearl Lee was the announcer for the talent show that was held. Society News — Phyllis Keed, Society Editor Ph. FO 8-446 QUEEN—Julie Jones (second from left) was crowned queen of the Band Dance April 6 in the Blytheville Junior High School Cafe- torium. Maids and their escorts from left to right are: Tina Geiser and George Hubbard, Queen "Julie Jones and Randy Hawks, Becky Crowe arid Mark-Anderson and Pam Gibsbn and Gerald Johnson/ •'•' Trinity M^MS Circles Meet Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Society Circles met in homes this week. Sue -McDonald Circle met Miss Pat Benson Is Awarded Art Scholarship A scholarship to the 1968 Summer Midwestern Music and Art Camp of the University of Kansas has been awarded to Pat Benson, age 13, for outstanding work in oil painting. The award was presented the junior high scholar "in acknowledgement of the fine work this student has accomplished in her art activities, creative ability and helpful asociation with other students", read the Cer- Dinner Dance Will Be Saturday There will be a dinner-dance for airmen and their guests Saturday night at Kingsley Hall service Club. A buffet supper will be served at 7:30 p.m. and dancing will begin 8:15 p.m. to the music of Alton Hudgins and The Sounds Unlimited. Dress will be casual, slacks and sport shirts for men and street dresses for women. Bridge League Has Meeting Thursday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League met last night at the Razorback Restaurant. The league played Howell Movement. Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. Bill McMath of Osceola won high, Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller won seconc and Mrs. Frank Grigsby anc Mrs. Ross Moore won third. The league will play tomorrow at 1:15 p.m. at the Razorback. tificate of Award made by Majorie Whitney, director of the Art Division of Midwestern Music and Art Camp. Miss Benson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benson, is t h e student of Mrs. Kerry Rains and Samuel F. Norris. She will attend the classes June 6 through July 27 in Lawrence, Kan. Monday afternoon with Mrs. C. S., Webb. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Paul Hay,, attended. The meeting opened with the repeating of the watchword and prayer by Mrs. Bobby N.owlin. Mrs, Idelle Lowe, W.M.S. president, presided o v e r the business session in the absence of the circle chairman, Mrs. Loyce McDermott.. The program was a continuation of the missionary travels of the Apostle Paul and was presented by Mrs. Keron Tate with group participation.. The calendar of prayer was read by Mrs. Webb with Mrs. Idelle Blackard offering prayer for missionaries. During the fellowship 'period, refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. TateX Mrs. Nowlin will be hostess for the May 13 meeting. Mrs. Rose Host Club Contract Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Richard Rose with two guests, Mrs. Jerry Edwards and Mrs. Herb Jones, present. Mrs. Charlse Moore won high and Mrs. P.D. Foster Jr. won second high. Mrs. C.E. Campbell will b e hostess for next week's meet- ping. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA E.H.C. Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Elsie Wobten Circle met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Claude Brewer with nine members present. Following the repeating of the watchword, Mrs. Maude Cassidy led in the opening prayer. Mrs. J. W. Eatmon presided over the business meeting. charge of the .program with all members participating. . The calendar-of prayer was read by Mrs. Joyce. Cockreil who also led in prayer for missionaries; Sentence prayer was led by Mrs. Bert Ross and closed by Chapter D Has Country Club Lunch Chapter D, P.E.O. met for a spring, luncheon Wednesday at Blytheville Country Club. Hostesses were Mrs. John Ed Regenold and Mrs. W. R. Lawshe. Centering the table was a sunburst arrangement of irises and tulips. Individual places were marked with small stylized flowers in miniature pots. Following lunch, members : went to the home of Mrs. J. A. Leech where Mrs. Bill Bracey, president, presided over the business meeting. Homemakers Club met Wednes-1 In a ceremony, Mrs. Byron day at the clubhouse for a work Moore Sr - wa s initiated into shop. the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Mrs. B. Mrs. Frank Coats and Mrs.! A - Lvncn g av e the Record Re- Mary Fitzgerald were hostess P or 'Immediately I Formal Opening Friday and Saturday I Wl./f. ' CRAFT & GIFT SHOP £ Iflillic A Hours: 9:30 AtM . te 6 PM , ;, (Located 3 Miles E. of Dell at Gill's Tomato Farm) ;:• LARGE SELECTION OF HANDCRAFTS !• EXCLUSIVE PERSONALIZED GIFTS FOR ^ BRIDES AND GRADUATES §• COMPLETE DECOUPAGE SUPPLIES »MILLIE MALLORY GILL, OWNER - PO 3-4442 NOW SHOWING! Six Big Days! One of The 10 Best! "BONNIE And ClYDE" Starring Warran Natty Fay* Dunaway Twelve members attended. The morning, spent making bandages for the Cancer Society, was followed by a sack luncheon at noon. In the afternoon, a survey was taken of area cemeteries. The survey is a State E. H Club project. The next meeting will be May 8 in the home of Mrs. Weldon McCann for a luncheon. ^••••••^•••••••k ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••••••••*•••*«•••••••• FRI. AND SAT. Double Feature ™lGLORY STUMPERS * ...in the DEADLIEST CYCLE WAR ever waged! $1X7 Amtrlcin lnl«rnitlon«l PLUS "Riot On Sunset Strip' Mrs. Leslie Kenwright* Mrs. Howard Caldwell was in I The next meeting will be May •13. in the home of Mrs: Maude Cassidy. Refreshments were.served by the hostess. Marion Cook Circle met Tuesday morning with Mrs: Car Pate. Seven; members.. were present. After repeating the watchword, the group was led in prayer by: Mrs; Ada Berry. Mrs. Loyce Gestring, program chairman," was in charge of' the -program, "Help Want ed," assisted by the group. . Mrs. 1 Pate preided over the business session, after which the calendar prayer was read. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Ernest Walker. Following the closing prayer by Mrs. Curtis. Freeman, the hostess, served refreshments. The next meeting will be May 14 with Mrs. Lehman Rapert. Six Attend G.A. Meeting , Armorel Baptist Church Girl's Auxiliary met at the church Wednesday night with four members and two counselors present. A swit, "The Value of a Girl", was presented by T e r r i Spur- lick, Sue Spurlock, Sue Woods, Carol Hall, Glenda 'Ashmore and Nadine Ashmore. Refreshments were served. following the meeting, delegates, Mrs. Bracey and Mrs. George Hubbard, left for the state P.E.O. convention in Fort Smith. Also attending were Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. R. A. Porter, past state presidents. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. ••••••••••*•••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY "ROSIE" — with Rosalind Russell and Sandra Dee "SPIRIT IS WILLING" — with Sid Caesar its of News! SATURDAY ONLY TRIPLE FEATURE 1st Feature •—. "TARZAN & GREAT RIVER" Second Feature Third Feature PLUS CARTOON PUJMMOtlHT PICTURES pine JANSSEN has got to know in SHOT SUN • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE It flnwtaOT w torn m W *m A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ptrtoneu \ IIIIIIUHllllHWIIIlllllllllllllJ Those from out of town here for the funeral'of Lagrohe Whittle,were: Mrs. Vira Allen, Mrs. Ora Barker and Noel Philpott, all of Clarkdale, Miss., Mrs. Lottie McGarr of New Orleans, Mrs. ,6111 Long of Memphis; Mrs. Charles Gladden and Mrs. James Meurrier, both of Batesville, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. '-Herman Pritchard and Mr. and Mrs. Hulon Whittle, all of Poplar. Bluff, Mo. Dorothy P. Germain was one of the 101 out-of-state students cited for academic excellence during the winter quarter on the Carbondale c a m p u s of Southern Illinois University. Eddie and Rusty Dozier of Blytheville, member pledges of Tau Kappa Epsiloh (TKE) fraternity at Arkansas State University will participate in the third annual TKE Public Service Weekend at Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Nichols of Caruthersville, formerly of Blytheville, are parents of a son born April 19 at Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital in Hayti. He has been named.!.. Scott Tilknan. They are also parents of a daughter, Darla, age 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Itrs. Ernest Flagg.and Mr. and Mrs. Ulice Nichols, all of BJy- heville. . . 'HB Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Kay Shields/are parents of twin laughters bom April 9 at Hhickasawba Hospital. ' They lave been named Marti Lynn and Dana Leigh. They are also parents of a son, Brandon Kay, age VA, Grandparents ire Mr. and rfrs. Norman Shields of Gosnell and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Scrape of .Blytheville. WINNER — Marsha Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Le* Baker, is this week's winner of the Teen Age. Safe Driving Program which is sponsored by the Manila V.F.W. Easy-lo-Apply LaJwls It's none too early for plan- ahead mothers to order name apes for young campers' out- its. To bypass sewing, select personalized iron - on labels vhich are easy to apply and stick tight "to fbarks through countless Drugged launderings.: . : flexible Binding Perfect for turning up hems on jersey knits and other fabrics is a new %-inch flexible ace seam binding which allows an average hem to give up;to 20 per cent. This sheer nylon lem finish,.available in many colors, is also practical, as it can be .washed by hand or machine. File Instructions It's a good idea to have a special file box for'the washing instruction tags that come with clothing, curtains, draperies, blankets and slip 'covers. B&PW Names Committee •'"For Officers Elections : ," :'-.<>! JJ • • . > • Blytheville Business and Pro- essional Women's Club held a lusiness meeting Tuesday night n the : Hospitality Room of the Tirst National Bank. President Madalynne Van- ;ieve presided. Reports on a recent workshop leld in Forrest City were given y Ann Lombard! and Grace Caldwell. An invitation to a tea honor- ng Jean Walker at. the First itate Bank. in Caruthersville, ipril 28, from 2 p.m. until 4 i.ml, was read by Mrs. Van- Ileve. - . Two new. members, Mrs. Jessie Fong and Mrs,.May Birmingham, attended., • '•. Members of the -nominating committee, appointed for the election of officers for the com-' ing year are: -• Miss Pearl Lee, chairman, Mrs.; Mary Sue Wright, Mrs. Eva; Miller, :: lVIrSi. Jessie Fong, Mrs." Virginia Austin, Mrs. Sue Harding and Mrs. Pauline Carmon. '. Mrs. Wright and- Mrs. Willene Kirkland were hostesses. A program on public relations will be given at the May 14 meeting and all members have i been urged to attend. NOW SHOWING 5 Academy Awards Nominations Won Nomination For Best Directed Picture "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!" JOSEPHE.lfWJE . -*»«*»« PKSItits. 1 ..... MIKE NICHOLS-LAWRENCE TURMAN -»«-<» "DON'T MISS IT!" This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future. 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