The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1968 · Page 3
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(Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, April J7, INI — Page Thre* Sisters Plan Double WeMing for June 15 — Society News — Miss Sally Ann Bell 10 Members Attend Recent Armorel WMU Meeting The Woman's Missionary Union of Armorel Baptist Church met at the church Wednesday night with 10 members present. Mrs. Guin Renshaw, president opened the meeting by repeating fte watchword. Mrs. Robert Lawrence led the group in singing the hymn "Where Cross ' the Crowded Ways of Life." Mrs. Preston Lawrence, prayer chairman, read the calendar of prayer andjed special prayer for "missionaries who were having birthdays. Mrs. .frank Coats gave th e treasurer's, feport. ' Mrs: Rerish'aw discussed plans for the group's mission activity, I which is to visit and encourage I each child to the community to attend Vacation Bible School, May 27 through May 31, according to a club spokesman. ' Mrs. N. C. Patterson was in charge of the circle program "Help Wanted." Posters were prepared and displayed on a bulletin board to further emphasize the p e e d for missionaries, especially car- club spokesman. Those assisting on the pro- tier missionaries, according to gram were Mrs. O'Dell Cummings, Mrs. Dub Spurlock, Mrs. Eunice Richardson, Mrs. Weidon McCann and Mrs. Frank Coats. Mrs. Prudence Joyner led the dismissal prayer., ... ":.. Jaycettes Meet For Social Thursday Night Blytheville Jaycettes met Thursday night for their monthly social. • ; Six members and one guest, Mrs. Gordon Razer, played bingo. A short business meeting followed. Members decided to have a lawn furniture sale with a drawing to be held at the June social. Mrs. Wayne Sanders was appointed chairman. Mrs. Bob White and Mrs. Curtis Corder reported on the "Lit- tle Miss Blytheville" and "Mr. Jaycee President of 1988" pageants. •'.".. Further information can be obtained by calling Mrs. White at PO 3-6378 or Mrs. Corder at PO 3-8707. Mrs. Corder and Mrs; Franks Sparks were hostesses. The door prize was won by Mrs. Sanders. The next meeting will be May 9 in the Jaycee Clubroom at 8 p.m. All Jaycee wives have been invited to attend. Club Meets Wednesday Wednesday Contract Club met in the home of Mrs. Louis Me- Waters Wednesday with one guest, Mrs. Louis Nash, attending. Bridge winners were Mrs. Loyd Whittaker, Mrs. G. 0. Pbetz and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. Poet? will be hostess for next week's meeting. Jits of News! I nioitly pinoncu | tiiiiiinimJ John D. Halstead of Delray, Fla., returned home Thursday after visiting in Blytheville with his mother and brother and family. Shower Honors Mrs. Speck At Wilson Mrs. J. R. Colluiri Jr. and Mrs. Sam Moore entertained with a luncheon honoring a recent bride, Mrs. Vin Speck of Memphis, Saturday at the home of Mrs. Cullom in Wilson. Mrs. Speck 'chose 'for the occasion a dress of yellow 1 silk with yellow accessories. Her mother-in-law, Mrs. Melvin Speck of Osceola, chose a navy silk. They were presented daisy corsages by the hostesses. Centering the dining table was a silver bowl filled with white lilacs, daisies, and lavender tulips. The place mats were decorated with wedding rings and daisies. Arrangements of yellow and orange tulips were used in the den and hall. The honoree was given a silver pitcher by the hostesses; • The afternoon was spent informally, which included the taking of colored pictures to send to Mrs. Speck's husband in Formal Opening Friday and Saturday .„. 'CRAFT & GIFT SHOP fill it A Hours: 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (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 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bell of Yarbro announce the engagements of their daughters, Sally Ann, to Airman i.C. Charles L. Kundig and Patricia Lou, to Sgt. James C. Kennedy. Airman Kundig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kundig of Huntsville, Tex., and Sergeant Kennedy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kennedy of Bustis, Fla. Paternal grandparents of the brides-elect are Mrs. Dona Bell and the late Henry Bell and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Airman Kundig is the grandson of Mrs. Maud Covington and the late Richard Covington of Normangee, Tex., and Mrs. Ethel Kundig and the late Otto Kundig of Pleasant Plains, 111. Sergeant Kennedy is the grandson of Mr and Mrs. V. V. Wilson of Panama City, Fla., and Mr. and Mis. R. 0. Kennedy of Eustis Fla. Sally is a 1965 graduate of Blytheville High School and Patricia will graduate from E it leville High School this spring. Airman Kundig is a 1965 graduate of Huntsville High School and is stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base Sergeant Kennedy is a 1965 graduate of Eustis High School and is also stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. A double-wedding ceremony will be performed June 15 at Yarbro Baptist Church. Coming Events Monday ,. Joy Rebekah Lodge 75, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p m. Tops Razorback Tnmmettes, 17.30 p.m. Hospitality Room, First National Bank Rebekah Lodge 18, 8 p. m. lOOFHall Tuesday Contract Club, home of Mrs. C. E. Campbell Tuesday Bridge Club Gospel singing, 8 p.m. IOOF Hall, 117% 2nd street Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association beginners clinic, 10 a.m.' Dell Kiwanis, 7:30 p.m., school cafetorium Wednesday Down One-Bridge Club I p.m. Blytheville Garden Club 1 p.m. m. -.'..'.• T and C Bunco Club Nazarene World Mission' Society, 7:30 p.m. at church Hannah Class of First Baptist Church Wednesday Bridge Club home of Mrs.: G. 0. Poetz. Thursday Thursday Club Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, Razorback Restaurant, 7:30 p.m. Kibitzer Club Omicron Chapter, Alpha Delta Kappa Zeta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma 7:30 p.m. at Blytheville High School Home Economics Department Friday Chapter N, P.E.O.; home of the practicality of those glam- Miss Patricia Lou Bell David Goodman Celebrates Birthday Wednesday afternoon David Ira Goodman celebrated his seventh birthday with a party at Walker Park Roller Drome. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P W. C. Goodman. David Ira's younger brother, Kinley Cullum Goodman, was a special guest. Thirty-six guests attended. Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Layette Shower Honors Mrs. Gene McClanahan Mrs. Gene McClanahan was honored with a layette shower Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Ernest Johnson. Hostesses were Mrs, James Oxford, Mrs. Martin Pankey and Mrs. Johnson. Twenty-nine guests attended. A large stork was placed at the front door. Floral arrangements of iris were used throughout the entertaining rooms. The hdnoree's chair was marked with a pink and yellow bows, and she was presented, a white orchid corsage by the hostesses. Gifts were placed in a bassinet with a skirt of white or- andy with pink and blue designs. Bryan . Wright and Scarlett Blankenship were game winners. The group «ang "Happy Birth- i day" to David Ira after he had blown out the candles on his heart-shaped birthday cake. Itj was decorated with seven miniature boys and seven, miniature bikes, a yellow ctowri arid seven yellow candles. Mrs. Goodman served cup cakes and cold drinks. She was assisted ,by Mrs. Richard Gilmore, Mrs. , Cecil Bailey and Mrs. John Reppond. Class Meets Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Sam Wilder at 8 p.m. Thursday night. Mrs. Joe Gude, president, opened the meeting and Mrs. Or? ville McGuire gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford gave the devotional. Closing prayer was by the class teacher, Mrs. C. L, Evans. During the social hour, re- • The dining table, covered with a lace cloth, was centered with a cake in the shape of a boy's suit. , The cake was flanked by pink candles In white milk glass holders. Pink and white mints were placed in footed cut glass dishes. Miniature marshmallow booties iced in white and trimmed in blue, with each guest's name, were given as favors. Cake and iced drinks were served. Games were played and winners were Mrs. Vancel Gentry, Mrs. Leland Hodge, Mrs. James Weir, Mrs. Billy Gates, Mrs. Harold McClanahan and Mrs. Chester Henson. freshments of coffee and cake were served. The next meeting will be May 24 in the home of Mrs. Louis Proctor. PH. P08-44Jp Mrs. Woods "3 Hostess To ~j Class Social if Esther Sunday School Class-oK First Baptist Church held a KK; cial Thursday night in the home" of Mrs. Herman Woods; -»--3 Mrs. John Mayes, class teaeji-g er, opened the meeting witht*? prayer. ".'7> The devotional "Loom of Life"£ was by Mrs. Earl Bullock. " ~ The meeting closed with a social hour with cake and coffee served to the 12 attending. Steve Cheadle. i Celebrates Birthday Steve Cheadle celebrated his ninth birthday with 22 guests attending a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome Thursday. Penny Flannigan and the hoi> oree were game winners. Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cheadle of Manila. GIRLS OF THE YEAR—Beta Sigma Phi will honor these Girls of the Year at the 37th annual Beta Sigma Phi Founders Day April 30 in the Royal Coach Room of the Holiday Inn. They are (from left) Mrs. Henry Burke, Wash Same as Nylons If you are wondering about Xi Xi Chapter, Mrs, Cleo Pope, Alpha Alpha Chapter, Mrs. Roland Steward, Gamma Alpha Chapter, and Mrs. Leon Meador, Gamma Alpha Chapter. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Harry Kirby Friday Bridge Club Saturday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, 1:15 p.m. Raborback Restaurant Chickasaw Saddlers, 7 p.m. Dogwood Clubhouse orous stockings with the gold or silvery glitter, relax. There is no danger of tarnish because they are not from manmade metallic yarns. Just swish them, through soap or detergent suds like regular nylons. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. SATURDAY ONLY TRIPLE FEATURE 1st Feature — "TARZAN & GREAT RIVER Second Feature Third Feature PMMOMirnCTUIiESpeiee PLUS CARTOON has got to know in NGSHOT SUN • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA WAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA • Sat. • Sun. • Man. • Tues. • Wed. Five Big Days! One of The 10 Best! And CLYDE" Starring Warren Beatty Faye Dunaway A UNIVERSAL PICTURE. LAST TIME TODAY "THE GLORY STOMPiRS" "RIOT OH SUNSET STRIP" • Sun. • Man. • Tues. I TBMKuiriECMci)E >< 5iiinaMmn PLUS xawoi Relax Tonight! 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