The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 21, 1968
Page 4
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'IPage Four - BlythevUle (Ark.) Courier News - Tueidty, M«y », MM Miss Sherry Lynn Bolick - Richardson Vows June 14 Sirs. Roy Bolick of Reiser aSSJnjHinces the engagement and agpfcaching marriage of her dijighter, Miss Sherry Lynn Bolick, to Michael A. Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Richardson of Blytheville. ""Miss Bolick is a graduate of Reiser High School and is a NYPS Entertains Seniors with Dinner The Nazarene Young People's Society (NYPS) entertained the graduating seniors of their church with a progressive dinner Sunday afternoon. Seniors honored were Iris Jo Gaines of Dell, and Glenda Turner and Wayne Lambert, both of Blytheville. Special guests were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert Jr. The dinner was held in the following homes: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gann and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Eatmon. Members of the NYPS help- E.H.C. Meeting Notes Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club met Thursday in the home of Mrs, A. R. Peek ing serve at different homes, f luncheon meeting with 12 were Ginny Games, Ruth Gaines, Beverly Payne, Becky Payne, Bobby Payne, Charles Porter, Susan Gann and Rhonda Jacques. Opening prayer was by Mrs. Ira Lambert. The program entitled "Give Mom and Dad Their Place," was .presented by members of the NYPS with special speaker, Rev. C. H. Porter. Twenty-nine guests attended. At the close of the dinner, the entire group attended Sunday night church services. Dinner - Party Honors Mrs. Roland Steward student at Eagle Beauty Col lege. Mr. Richardson is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is a member of the Blytheville Police Force. A June 14 wedding is being planned by the couple. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored their Girl of the Year, Mrs. Roland Steward, with a dinner party recently in the Hospitality Room of the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company. The buffet table was covered with a white linen cloth centered with yellow roses, the sorority flower, in a white milk glass bowl flanked by m i 1 k glass candleholders with yellow tapers. Individual tables .were covered with white cloths and centered with milk glass bud vases containing a yellow rosebud. Following the dinner, Mrs. Steward was presented to' the guests as Girl of the Year by a poem written and read by Mrs. Alvis Harris, spelling out the honoree's name. As the poem was read, each letter was placed on a white 17 Attend Lake Street WS.CS. Meeting Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met last week at the church with 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Parker Cassidy, attending. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. C. E. Roush. Mrs; Monroe Besharse presided over the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Fred Davis. Mrs. Kenneth Poff led .the pledge service, "Call from Worship into Service," She was assisted by Mrs. Billy King, Mrs. Ed Christian and Mrs. Jim Weidman. Mrs. P. B. Jarrctt and Mrs. Mary Scrape, hostesses, served refreshments from a table covered, with a white cloth and centered with an arrangement of spring flowers. ;Trey Hoyden : Is Honored Hen guests attended a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome honoring Trey Hayden on his ninth birthday Saturday afternoon. Lynn Reeves and Lee Ann Hayden were game winners. Special guest was Mrs. J. H. Hayden. Trey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Hayden Jr. of Caruthersville. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Cleaning Special Good Thru May 23 BRING IN .. . PAY . . FOR .. ONLY . FREE 3 2 1 Garments Garments GARMENT CLEANED FREE | Ask About Our Fur Jlold Storage and Free Winter Garment Storage 11 Guests Attend Party Cynthia Little celebrated her seventh birthday with a party at her home Saturday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Nichols. The eleven guests attending were served refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and cold drinks. Yellow, pink and white balloons were used in decorations. In party games played, winners were Angela Malone, Darla Harrington and Patsy Schaf. er. poster that was centered with a crown of yellow roses. . Mrs. Steward was crowned by Mrs. Mike Kenner. The honoree was presented with an engraved silver compote. Bunco was played the remainder of the evening and winners were: Mrs. Homer Smith, high bunco; Roland Steward, low bunco; and Mike Kenner, big bunco. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Steward, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Coalter, Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kenner and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Chapman. Mrs." Harris served as chairman of the party and was assisted by Mrs. Kenner and Mrs. Bowen. Trinity Baptist Has Mother - Daughter Tea The Girl's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church were entertained Sunday afternoon with a mother - daughter tea in the entertainment room of the church. The decoration scheme was in keeping with the G. A. colors and emblems. : The refreshment table was covered with a gold cloth overlaid with net in a lighter shade of gold. The table was centered .with a floral arrangement in shades of green and white, in white milk glass containers. On either, side of ; the arrangement, green candles were in white holders. Presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs. Bill Copeland, assisted by Mrs. Bill Brewer and members present. Mrs. Viola Morris was co- hostess. President, Mrs. C. T. Davis, gave the thought of the month, "No language can express the power and beau\y of a mother's love." The group sang "Mother", followed by a devotional by Mrs. Morris. Eye-openers were shown by Mrs. Bertie Hawks, Mrs. Lillie Sisk, Mrs. Peek, Mrs. C. G. Scherer and Mrs. C. 0. Abbott. Mrs. Barney Cozart read the minutes of the previous meeting and the roll call. Roll call was answered with each member telling the most beautiful thing she had seen that day. Leader reports were given by Mrs. M. S. Edwards on "Alcohol and Its Major Illness", Mrs. Scherer reported on cotton clothing and Mrs. Morris' report was " "The 12 Rules on How to Raise a Delinquent Child." Mrs. Robert Hall gave a quiz on "The Hows and Whys of Baking." Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Hawks won the door prizes. A workshop meeting was planned for June 5 and 6 at the clubhouse and each member was asked to bring a sack lunch. The next regular meeting will be at the club house, June 20 with Mrs. M. S. Rogers and Mrs. Marvin Rasp as hostesses. The meeting closed with the club creed. Coming Events Tuesday Daughters of the American Colonists, Blytheville Country Club. . Alpha Delta Chapter, home of Mrs. Roland Steward. Contract Brigde Club, home Of Mrs. Charles Crigger III. Wednesday 97th Service Squadron Wives Club, 7 p.m. .home of Mrs. Richard J. Tessier, 1647 B. Sycamore, BAFB. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club, .workshop meeting at the clubhouse. Mrs.-Helen McKee, G. A. lead-1 . C j ear Lake Baptist. Women's Mrs. Idelle . Lowe, Women's Missionary Union president, gave a preview of the G.A.'s. Mrs. Brewer led the.dismis- sal prayer. . : Clear Lake Baptist Church Honors Seniors with Banquet The Clear Lake Baptist Church honored their graduating seniors with a banquet Saturday night in the fellowship hall of the church. Decorations were silhouettes in the seniors' school colors, mums and statuettes. Wayne Taylor, gave the invocation after which dinner was served. Rev. Bob gave the welcome and recognized the following seniors: Ebersold, pastor MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA TUES. AND WED. Drd you hear the one about The Traveling Saleslady? WAS Drive-in Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "TONY ROME" With Frank Sinatra —PLUS— "TINNESSEE BiAT" •WED. «THUR Brenda Bunn, Barry Hendrix, Donna Kaye Russell and Sandra Harrison. Other guests attending were Missionary. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union 7:30 p.m. at the church. Wednesday Bridge Club. . Down One Bridge .Club 1 p.m. ,..,'.' Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League, 9:30 a.m. Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom. : Chapter D, P.E.O. Altrusa Club of Blytheville. Thursday Club. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, 7:30 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Friday Mary Martha Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bunn,! Class, home of Mrs. Louis Mrs. Ruby Hendrix, Mrs. Lloyd Russell and Rev. Atherfon Heitt Jr. Following dinner, Rev. Hiett entertained the group with a series of magic tricks and closed with a devotional. Proctor. Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League, 1:15 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Flying Squares, Kingsley Hall Service Club. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••••• LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE 'GEORGY GIRL" —with Lynn Redgrave and James Mason "THl LOVf./NS" — with James McArth* and Susan Oliver WED. • THURS. • FRI. coUNiunctuKi Miss Pauletie Yarbrough Helton Aldridge To WedMiss Yarbrough 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yarbrough of Luxora announce the engagement of their daughter, Paulette, to Airman I. C. Helton M. Aldridge Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Helton M. Aldridge Sr. of Houston, Tex., and Merritt Island, Fla. Airman Aldridge is stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. Miss the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Walker of Luxora and Mrs. Kate Yarbrough of Torrance, Calif. The wedding is being planned for June 1 at the First Baptist Church in Luxora. Central Classes Have Parties The third grade class' of Cen- .tral Elementary School were entertained Friday morning with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Mrs. B. L. Robinson, class teacher, was assisted by Mrs. Jim Tompkins. Mrs. Bobby Looney, special education teacher attended. Thirty - six guests attended and game winners were Leigh Westbrook, Elaine Alexander and Tim Ray. The Central third grade class of Mrs. Nadine Grable held a skating party Friday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome with 40 guests attending, . Mrs. Grable was assisted by- Mrs. Mary Matthews and Mrs. Shirley Johnson. Robert Miller, Kristen Williams and James Robert Hensley were game winners. Chlorine bleach in liquid, powder or crystal is particularly effective for sheets, .pillowcases, towels, .etc. Oxygen -. type bleaches are safe, for all fibers, blends of.' fibers and finishes, such as silks, acetate, wool, spandex and all resin-finished wash - and - wear fabrics. Shower Honors Miss Porter A linen shower honored Miss Kathy Porter Thursday, night in the fellowship hall of the First Church of the Nazarene. Miss Porter is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Porter. She is the bride-elect of Biff Thompkins. Hostesses were .Mrs. Mildred Mayo, Mrs. Roy Gaines and Mrs. Billy Gann. Refreshments were served. David Hamm Celebrates Birthday David Hamm celebrated his 13th birthday Saturday morning with 20 guests attending a skating party at Walker P.ark Roller Drome. David Hamm and Tommy Gifford were game winners. ' David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brent Hamm. r JflMEi WBURN raniDEmiflNI CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M. LAST TJME TODAY (A-MY) HOW TO SAVi A MARRIAGE" — With Dean Martin & Stella Stevens WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) CARYCrRRNf IfSliECRROH SE- TtCtMCAOR' TR.EVORHOWARP COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ GOOD, BAD A THE UGLY — Clint Eastwood WHERE ANGELS GO — BouUrid Russell & Slcll* Stcveai SOT. RYKER — LM Miirvln SECRET WAR OF HARRY FRIGG - Paul Newman NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY — Red Stcfeer * l»c Rcmkik GHOST •- Dctn Jinui ft Suunne Plnhett* ks of News 1 fitfion at Mrs. George Parish underwent surgery Monday, morning at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis; She is in.Roomy&Sl. Mr. Parish and Mrs, Jennie Glasscock were in Memphis yesterday to be with her. Larry George of Osceola has been elected historian of 'Cherokee Men's Council, a married men's organization at Arkansas State University. Local students recently elected officers of dormitory residents at Arkansas State University are: Sandra Baugher of Dell, elected president of Dixie Hall; Roberta Ray of Leacji- ville, elected president of University Hall; and James Anderson of Blytheville elected secretary of State Hall. Charles Whitley, William M. Huffman, James R. Bilbrey, Don Lum, Eddie L. Warrington and Cornelius Modinger III, all of Blytheville, will be among 71 men that will; receive commissions as second lieutenants, in the reserves of the nation's armed forces during ceremonies at the University of Arkansas, June 1. Friends and relatives from out of town attending the Lehman Gean funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Melvin of Walls Lake, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Aulsie Gean and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gean of Halls, Term., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Campbell, and family, Bob Gean, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wyse, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wyse and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhoades, all of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. D. I,. Vancleve of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gean of Huntsviile, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gean of Jackson, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Houchin of Knoxville, Tenn., Billy Houchin and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sweet, all of Noblesville, Ind. Don't Squeeze Pimples To help acne or pimples, wash your face with soap many times each day. Pay special attention around your forehead, nose and chin. Don't fuss with pimples or squeeze them because that causes scars. Give Your Graduate "The New York Store Look" Is She College Bound? She will want • Robes • Slips • Pajamas • Dresses • Gloves Is She To Work? She will need • Hose •Slips? • Dresses •-Pajamas • Umbrella IsShtToW.d? Thrill her with ••Slips • Panties • Gowns • Robes • Beachwear If You Don't Know • • • \ '•••. Give Accessories • Bags ; • Jewelry Free Gift Wrapping Many Other Ideas the Girls Will Lov« T H E NEW YORK STORE i 216 West Main Phone POplar 2-2132 BlythevlUe, Ark. ,iV

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