The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1968 · Page 4
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FOOT— BW>wflto (Ark.) Courier N«w» - Tuesday, May T, 1MB ., EARLIEST CONTESTANTS for the Mr. Jaycee President :for 1988 and Little Miss Blytheville contest, sponsoied by "the Blytheville Jaycettes, are Jon Alan Lipford, (left) 3- 'year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lipford, and Rema "Kim Dickerson, 6, daughter of S. M. Sgt. and Mrs Ralph •Dickerson, all of Blytheville. Parents interested in entering tMr child in the May 11 contest are asked to contact Mrs. Bob White at P03-6378 or Mrs Curtis Corder at -P03-8707. (Courier News Photo) Wesleyan Service Guild I Has Study Group Meetings 'wesleyan Service Guild of the iSirst Methodist Church met in Hotties yesterday for study groups. ..".•" ; The subject, "For the Healing of the Nation," concluded the study of the book "Encounter of the Faiths," by George W. Carpenter. •'. • Study Group One met in the Home of Mrs. T. R. Ivy. :Mrs. Ira. Gray led the devotional and Mrs. Rex Warren g'ave the study. " Study Group Two met in the home of Mrs. W. R. Summerville .Mrs. Frank Dyche of Memphis attended as a guest. -Miss Monta Hughes led the study and Miss Janet Taylor gave the devotional. . Study Group Three met in the home of Mrs. E. B. Spaeth with one : new member, Mrs. B. L. Robinson. • the devotional was by Mrs. H.:D. Jackson and the study was; by Miss Mary Hubeler and Mrs. James White. ', Refreshments were served at each meeting and a total of 28 persons a 11 e n d e d the three meetings. M3th Birthday Is Celebrated ' Saturday liana Kay Elliott celebrated her 13th birthday Saturday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. ; The group returned to her home for refreshments. • Each guest was given a favor by the honoree. '. Lana Kay is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Rube Elliott. : Club Changes .Meeting Time Tops Razorback Trimettes Club met last night in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. : During the business meeting, the club decided to change theii meeting time from 7 p.m to 7:30 p.m. ; Anyone interested in the club may call PO 3-7796 or LE 28170. The next meeting will be Monday night in the Hospitality Room. Cub. Bay. SCOUT NEWS • An organizational meeting for kinew Cub Pack will be held tonight at 7:30 at Franklin J5$jpol. A. E. testers will be the' organizer and the school Will sponsor the pack. • Gerald Strain, Eastern Arkan- •iu-Scout field director, will be jpfe^ent to speak to parents and ihildren. • Thi» ii one of Mveral new ; Scout units being organized un- Ider' Mississippi County Boy Scout District'! Together Plan. Study group's will meet June 3 in the following home: Group One, Mrs. E. J. Browne; Group Two, Miss Janet Taylor; and Group Three, Mrs. James Martin. Dell WMU Meets At Church Monday Dell Women's Missionary Union met at the church last night for a Royal Service program, "Environment for Missions." Opening prayer was by Mrs Clinton Smith. Miss Beverly Stumbaugh gave the call to prayer for missions and Mrs. E. H..Prewett led in prayer. • Mrs. Paul Gilliland was in charge of the program and those assisting on the. program were Mrs. J. T. Tate, Mrs. Prewett, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Harold Stumbaugh, Mrs. Walter Dyre and Mrs. A. J. Burford. Mrs. Carl Lee Russell, president, was.in charge of the business, meeting. , Mrs. Gilliland dismissed t h e meeting with prayer. PTA Reports Mrs. Leon Meador, Mrs. Herbert Hardin, Mrs. A. J. Seay and Mrs. Finis Hardy attended the State Parent - Teacher Association Convention in Little Rock, April 29 and 30. • The Blytheville City and County Councils were hostess to the Parent and Family Life Luncheon held April 29. ,:. . . The tables were •.•decorated with artificial flowers .'and. dolls dressed in .clothing,. depicting infants through graduation age. . Mrs. Hattie: Kelson,- s t a 1-* parents and family J life;;chairman, presided over the luncheon, which .was attended .by approximately 120 people. Mrs. Marvin. Lipford,. county council piesident, and Mrs. Herbert Hardin, city council president, were hostess chairman. NEWLYWEDS - Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Swanner of Blytheville Air Force Base honeymooned in Nassau following their April 6 marriage in Lockport, La. Mrs. Swanner is the former Judith Constance Rivet of Lockport. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • Tues. *Wed •Thurs. 1HE BKIDESOF FUMWHU COLOR iW ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 6J OSCEOLA — Society News — Phyllis RMd, Society Editor Ph. PO S-4461 TRYOUTS — Blytheville Junior High Schoole held cheerleader tryouts yesterday and .today. The eighth grade' held tryouts Monday and six girls were picked Seventh grade tyrouts were'today and four girls were to be picked. (Courier News Photo) Newcomer's Club Has Luncheon at Holiday Inn The monthly ; -luncheon of the Blytheville Newcomer's j Club was held Friday at the Holiday Inn- / • . . . .-.; .Guests attending were Mrs. Morton Sinclair, 1 Mrs.'William •Boyce,-'Mrs. Clyde Gray, Mrs: Bill Marlin, Mrs. Charles McCalla, Mrs. C. B. Mason, Mrs. Bailey Jones, Mrs. Ron Weaver, Mrs. Jesse Hudiburg; and Mrs. Austin Rainey. Fred DeCuir of the Sherwin- Williams Company, presented the program on the process of decoupage and papier-mache. He gave each of the 30 members and guests, a copy of "Heloise - Air Around the House," courtesy of SHerwih; -.Williams 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health iiinnn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiniiiniiiiiiinniiKiiniiii! Milligan Ridge 4-H Club held a skating party Monday night at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty guests attended. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hawkins and Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Holt. Coming Events Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club home of Mrs. G. 0. Poetz. Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club. . Clear Lake Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Chapter D, P.E.O. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club luncheon in the liome of .Mrs. Weldon Me- Cann. Great Books Club 9:30 a.m. home of Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge Jr. Company.; ; . ; : New' members of the club are Mrs. Mason, : Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs HudibUrg .and Mrs. Rainey. ,.'Door..,prizes from Dick Osborne Furniture Company was won by. Mrs! Jane O'Hearn and Mrs. Hudiburg. The program .for the June meeting will be,a tour of the home of Mrs. Ray Harrison. Brenda Henson Celebrates Birthday Brenda—Henson celebrated her seventh birthday yesterday afternoon with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty-six guests attended. Susan Thomas and Car la Riggs were .game winners. Brenda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben'Benson. REAL SWINGER is actress Betsy Palmer who enjoys a few hoars' work out in a gym whenever she can fit it into a busy schedule. LAST TIME TODAY "BAREFOOT IN THS PARK" "THE SWINGER" WED. And THURS. OTTO PRfMinjCiER,, HURRY SUNDOI/W TUES. » WED. (A-MY) THUR. KXnVinjTii DKXICSl bSnSe of them aT vtodexa etedgrodnson ••" E.H.C. Meeting Notes Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club will meet at noon Thursday for their regular meeting and luncheon meeting in the home of Mrs. Weldbh McCann in the 40 and 8 community. jBits of News! ~ moittu peMoneu Mrs. Donna DiCicco and Mrs. Dallas Brownlee spent the .week end in .Little Hock attending parties honoring their niece, Miss 'Barbara Fowler, who will be married June 1 to Ed Newsom. R. L. Wilson, Blytheville Air Force Base Wing Education Officer,' left today to attend the United States Armed Forces Institute 1 (USAFI) -Corps - General Educational Development ( G E D ) Curriculum meeting that will be held May 9 and 10 at Fort Benning/Ga. The seminar, is under the direction of Dr. Josephine Bauer, chairman of English, literature and -pre-' high school curriculum of. USAFI staff. Leonard Ozley, GED director, will conduct the seminar.; Mrs; Wilson will accompany, Mr. Wilson and will monitor the sessions. , Out-of-town guests here .to attend the funeral of .Mrs. Carrie Beard Ferguson, widow of Earl D. Ferguson, are her daughter and : son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Forte Smart of Richmond, Va:, and her grandchildren, Robert Ferguson . Smart of Richmond and Mrs. James McCormick Paxion arid : daughters, Sarah Tucker and Eleoun: 10th Birthday . Is Celebrated Nineteen guests attended a skating' party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome honoring' Debbie Little on her 10th birthday.. Glen Scisseli and Patty Scls- sell were game winners, Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Little of Keiser. Blake cf Staunton, Va., Mrs. Ruth Alexander of Richmond and Mrs. Ferguson's sister, Mrs. W. N. Stouton of Raytown, Mo., formerly of Blytheville, Also here for the funeral are William M."Ferguson of Cape Girardeau, Mo,, and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie L. Cain of Hartford, 111. To Sponsor Flea Market The Women's Missionary 6* ciety of Christian Service of tht First Methodist Church will sponsor a flea market, Thursday May 9 from 9 ».m. until i p.m. The market will be featuring a cake sale, needlework booth, handiwork, toy shop, beach items, antiques, art shop, jewelry booth, attic treasues and knit shop. The tea room .will'be. serving , lunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Plaza WALGREEN AGENCY Drugs Plaza Shopping Center — PO 3-4507 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL! Cosmetics Jewelry Candy Home Gifts free Gift Wrapping ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•*•••••••••• We Are Now Exclusive Dealers of ALOE COSMETICS : They Cost A Little More But They Do So Much More. Highway 61 South Blytherille, Ark. .••••••••••••••••••••••••••»••«•»•••»••,••"•*-•! LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "EIGHT ON THE LAM" — with Bob Hope and Phyliss Oilier "HOW TO STEAL A MILLION" — with Audrey Hepburn & Peter O'Toole _ WED • THURS. • FRI. DOUBLE FEATURE OTTO PREMINGER ; HURRY SUNDOWN PLUS CARTOON Protect Your Lovely Furs The Natural Way With Cold Fur Storage Thrii special arrangement with BERNARD MANOR You can give your valuable furs summer long bonded and insured cold storage vault protection. Bring your furs to One Hour Martinizing. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Mon. Thru Fri. 7 AM-6PM Saturday 7AM-7PM FREE WINTER Garment Storage Save time, work and worry with this modern economical service. Pick up your free box today, pack it full and return. Every item will be beautifully cleaned, insured, and stored. Pay nothing til fall and then only regular cleaning charges. This Week s Dry Cleaning Special GOOD THRU THURSDAY, MAY 9 • LADIES'& MEN'S When brought hi with a $2.00 dry cleaning order. Bring as many at PAIR 5c aa you have $2.00 orders. 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