The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 6, 1966
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Page Four — Blythevllle (Ark,) Courier News — Tuesday, September 6, 1966 — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Miss Patsy Wagner will become the bride of Billy Keener Oct. 14 in Denton, Mo. Phone PO 3-4461 Frist Baptist Classes Meet Members of the Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met Friday night in the home of Mrs. Dessie Walls and her sister, Mrs. Mason. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers gave the opening prayer which was followed by a short business meeting. Reports were given by Mrs. Louise Walpole and Miss Marie Harnish. Three topics were discussed by Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, Mrs. I Alvin Huffman, and Mrs. Gordon Harris. Their topics were "Effective Witnessing," "What Church Means To Me" and "A Kept Heart." The devotional, entitled "God's jewel Case," was given by Mrs. Maggie Williams. Refreshments of punch and cake were served and the meet- i ing was dismissed with prayer by Miss Harnish. Miss Patsy Wagner To Marry Billy E. Keener ,; Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Wag-;ployed at the Pemiscot County ner of Steele, announce the en- j ville. gagement and approachig mar-1 Mr. Keener is a 1963 graduate riage of their daughter, Patsy: of Dell High School. He is em- Kay, to Billy E. Keeer, son of! ployed at Mississippi Valley In- Miss Ona Lee Mullins and Gilbert Swain will be married in late November rites. Miss Ona Lee Mullins If Engaged To Gilbert Swain Kay, to Billy E. Keener, son of j dutial pf Dell. . ceola. Services, Ind., in Os- . Miss Wagner was graduated 'from South Pemiscot High The wedding will be solemnized Oct. 14 at the General School in 1965. She is now em-1 Baptist Church in Denton, Mo. Air Force Family Scene By Mrs. Jean Williams The following births are an- t en fruit bowl from the women. nounced at BAFB Hospital. Those attending were Mrs. Aug. 26 a daughter to A-1C(Betty Davis, Mrs. Dixie Brauer, and Mrs. Paolino; Aug. 27 a son .to SSgt. and Mrs. Thomas and a daughter to A'-iiC and Mrs. Liicero; Aug. 28 a daughter to A-1C and Mrs. Burton; Aug, 31 a son to A-1C and Mrs. Evans. The Base Garden Club met Sept. 1 at Kingsley Hall with 18 persons present. Mrs. Ann Davis, Mrs. May Dorst, Mrs. Agnes Langley and Mrs. Auroa Long. Members of Women Workers Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, met Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Abbott, honoring their daughter, Debbie, with a dinner. After the prayer, led by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, games were played and enjoyed by all. Cotillion Club Holds Dance The Cotillion Club entertained Friday night with a dinner dance at Blythevitle. Country Club. Table decorations carrying out the Beach Party theme consisted of a fish net table cloth centered with a yellow straw hat filled with green, yellow and white flowers. An oversized green and yellow fish was on one side of the table and hurricane lamps on the other. The entrance of the Country Mr. and Mrs. U. v W. Mullins Sr. announce the engagement and . approaching marriage of their daughter, Ona Lee, to Gilbert Eugene Swain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Swain of Windsor, 111. Miss Mullins is a 1966 graduate of Blytheville High School where she .was a member of Red Pepper Club, Spanish Club, Future Teachers of America, school paper staff, cheerleader, football maid, choir, who's who and senior court. Cub, Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS An open meeting of the Blytheville Air Force Base Boy Scout troop 97 will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Scout Room in the Army Corps of Engineers' building on base. According to Maj. George F. Miller, base project officer for the Scouts, the meeting is part Club was decorated with fish O f BSA's Fall Roundup theme, Mn Swain is a graduate of Windsor High School and'attend- ed Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 111., and is now attendtog Kansas State College in Piftsburg. The couple has planned .a late November wedding and will live in Pittsburg where they will resume their studies. Further wedding plans will be announced at a later date. Social and Personal Note Miss Terrl Rainwater of Memphis spent the weekend with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Bobby Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Warren, left for Jonesboro yesterday where he will be a frethman at Arkansas State. E.H.C MEETING NOTES The women's Pinochle Club will meet Thursday evening, Sept. 8 in the home of Mrs. Betty Davis. Higb and low prizes will be given. Ladies planning to play are Mrs. Angle Shearaouse, Mrs. Betty Davis, Mrs. Dixie Brauer, Welcomed to the club as a! Mrs. Jane Fish, Mrs. Florine new member was Mrs. Rene Massey. Several former, members were welcomed back to the club. They were Mrs. Loretta Thompson, Mrs. Dot Lauallee and Mrs. Sue Rastatter. Also welcomed were two guests, Mrs. Connie Leetsch and Taylor, Mrs. Bessie Sammuels, Mrs. Ruth Dixon and Mrs. Martha Thompson. 65 MMS Wives Club will meet at 1 p.m. Sept. 9 at Kingsley Hall. Hostess for the afternoon willj be Mrs. Sue Thomas. All wives net draped from the walls covered with sea shells, miniature fish and sea weed. The approximate 100 members and their guests were attired in beachcomber outfits to follow out line theme. Entertainment was provided by the Phil Smith Combo of Memphis. Hosts and, hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whitis. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood, Mr. and Mrs. torn Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson. Mrs. Barbata Brantley. Door prizes were-won by Mrs. are urged to be present. Julie DeBusk and Mrs. Connie Leetsch. A short business meeting was held and two new assistant program chairmen were named to help Mrs. Dally Hein. They are Mrs. Rene Massey and Mrs. Dot Lauallee. . After the business meeting tile r l~lClOV CJUD women began the workshop)...... .'. which was making of Christmas (Will MSSt . - • candles and-throw pillows of| The Friday Club will meet Saturday at the Holiday Inn. Sgt. and Mrs. Chester Smith will soon be leaving the base. Mrs. Smith and.children will return to Oklahoma to live until Sgt. Smith returns fro mtour if duty in Thailand. wash clothes. Method i s t Youth Have Wiener Roast The Junior Fellowship Department of First Methodist Church was entertained Wednesday "Follow the Rugged Road to Adventure." Boys aged 11-14 who are interested in becoming .Scouts are encouraged to bring their parents to the meeting, Major Miller said. William Cobb III Receives Degree William Daniel Cobb III, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb of Blytheville, received a Ph.D degree in religion from the University of Chicago Sept. 2. He was a graduate of Blytheville High School. Mrs. T. B. Richardson was hostess at her home yesterday to 12 members and one guest, Mrs. NewmEi iConyers, of the Town and Country Extension Glub. After group singing, the devotional, entitled "Happiness and Contentment," was led by Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. C, -C., Elliott gave !he leader reports on "Modern Paper Floating" and "Highlights of Family Life." . . Mrs. A. D. Priest and.Mrs. C. C. Elliott.showed.the.eye op.en-, ers. In the business session, names of volunteer worker to help with the Mississippi County Fair were announced with Mr. R. L. Adkinson in charge. at 2148 Edwards at 7:30. Bazaar workers of Episcopal Church meet for all day session beginning at 9:30. Tuesday Eastside Garden Club will have a covered dish luncheon at Mrs. Mike Meroney's; Co- hostess-Mrs. Dave Abbott and Mrs. C. C. Elliott. Yarbro Baptist WMU meets at church at 7:30. New Liberty Baptist WMS meets. .Airmen's Wives Club will meet at the Service Club at 7:30. Yarbro Methodist Women will meet. Officers Wives Club having games day at 12:30 at Officers Club. NCO Wives club will have a business and luncheon meeting at the NCO Club. IOOP Lodge will meet at the IOOF Hall at 8:00 p.m. Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for luncheon at 12 o'clock. Band Parents Club will meet at 7:30 in the new band room. Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club will meet. Wednesday Great Books Club will mee at 9:30 in the home of Mrs Harry W.Haines. 340th Bomb Squadron Coffee will be held at the Officers Club Blytheville Garden Club will meet at the Woman's Clubhouse Kiwanis Club will meet at the Goff Hotel at 12:30. Post 481 will meet at Army Reserve Training Center at 7 o'clock. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Shamrock Lanes. Town and Country EH Club will meet. : Altrusa Club will meet at the Goff Hotel at 7 o'clock. Base Garden Club will meet at Kingsley Hall at 1 o'clock. Friday . Dell Home Demonstration Club meets at 1:30. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild will meet at the chapel annex. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at 1:15 in Shamrock Lanes. His various other, degrees in-jmeets at 2:00. Coming Eienb Monday Executive Council of the Presbyterian Women of the Church elude an A.B. from Transylvania College, a Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology from Yale University, !a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Chicago. Dell Baptist W.M.U. meets. Rebekah Lodge 18 meets at IOOF Hall at 8:00. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephens Episcopal Church meets at 1:30. W.M.U. Baptist Memorial Mr. Cobb, who is married andjChapel meets at the church at has a son, was ordained in 196ll7:30. in the First Christian Church in I Trinity Baptist Women's Mis- Chaperones were Mr. anc Hostesses for the afternoon Hosts anc i hostesses for the af- were Mrs. Melba McDaniel, Mrs. | f a j r w j|| t, e M r an( j Mrs. Shir-1 Mrs. Bob Gardner, Mr. and Mrs Marcella Snow and Mrs. Lau-, i ey Hipp and Mr. and Mrs. i Don Peterson'. Mrs. Vema night with a wiener roast at Blytheville. jsionary Union meets. Walker Park. j He is now.assistant professor Dell Methodist WSCS meets Mrs. Byron Moore, Sr., new, of Religion and Philosophy at at 7:30. Junior choir director, was intro-1 Eureka College, Eurkea, 111. ! Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 meets duced and later led in group sinsing. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick Jr.j Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose spent the weekend in St. Louis. Miss Molly Guard, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, has returned to Memphis State University where she will be a junior this year. Miss Guard is an active member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mrs. Baker Wilson of Som- guest of Mr. and MM, Ril«y Jones and family. Miss Carol Wheat, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ellafaye Wheat left Sunday for Russellvilie where'she will be a freshman at Arkansas Polytechnical c|l- lege. • "-• ,Mrs. J. A. Saliba returned yesterday after visiting her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saliba. in Milwaukee, Wis. ' ; |; Tommy Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale, left yesterday for-Starkville. Miss., where B will be a freshman at Mississippi State University. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emery^ merville, Tenn., a former resi- Mr an( j Mrs. Lawspn Endersqa, dent, was a weekend guest of and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wil" Blytheville friends ! Hams were in Lexington, Tenn;* Mike Huffman, son of Mr. and I yesterday to attend the funeral? Mrs. Elbert Huffman; returned service of Mrs. Inez Williams,;:: Sunday to the University of Ar- Cadet 2-G Douglas Wilson kansas where he will be a junior made the Cadet Wing Honor- this year. Mr. Huffman is a (Guard at the Air Force Acafl-' member of Sigma Chi frater- jemy. The .honor guard is com- nity. jposed of 144 honor students Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford of from the junior and senior Jonesboro was the weekend classes. GIVE YOUR CHILD the piano you missed — Sore money & be proud at your good judgement fay TRADING WITH M AYES THESE DAYS. Lessors Available for Keyboard & String Instruments MAYES MUSIC & BOOKS 118 W. Main PO 3-6815 or PO 3-37J13 Mashing bananas for a tea aread, cake or cookie recipe? You may find it convenientto use your pastry blender or fork for the mashing process. Slice the bananas into : mixing bowl and then mash to a pulp. PRIVILEGES AUTBUKIZB1I 4» SECOND CLASS WAIL Bljlhciilli Cuuriet Ncwi BLVTHEVU.Le «.BK Biro W Balnes Publisher 3rd tt Walnut Sts BlTthbTllte Ark Published dully except Sunda second class onstage oaio at BJy'- tbeville Ark HUlUt OEttVCKY KATES in Blytbefllle and 'avnt- in rflythevllle trade territory Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYAPLfe ll> AUVAMt Wlthlo 90 mile* ot Biythevllle $8.00 pel year Uore tha» 00 miles i. S18.00 per year rene Martin. They served an assortment of cakes and coffee. The workshop for next month will be felt boats for Christmas, which can be used - among other things - as a centerpiece.! Anyone wishing to make a boat should call Mrs. McDaniel at LE 2-5232 so your kit can be ordered. Hostesses for October will be Mrs. Dot Lauallee, Mrs. Jean May and Mrs. Loretla Thompson. Douglas Dean. I Woods and Rev. Virgil Keeley. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA The Extension Homemakers j Club had a farewell dinner for] Mrs. Joe Barllett Sept. 1 in the j TUES. - WED. - THURS. home of Mrs. Bill Williams. The Barlletts will leave soon for a new assignment in Montana. Mrs. Bartlett was presented an engraved charm of Arkansas and a box of stationery. Those attending were Mrs. Earl Bodelon, Mrs. Louis Davis, Mrs. Raymond Hill, Mrs. Jesse Page, Mrs. Bill Williams and Mrs. Vince Goodspeed. Mrs. Jean Fish was hostess for a farewell party for Mrs. Nita Parks Aug. 31. Mrs. Parks has been the manger and pitcher for the Base women's softball team, the "BJythevllle Bells," A variety of party foods was served by the hostess. Mrs. Parks was given a wood- j JOSEPH E-lfllNE ,_«. BTEVE WqUEECJ mm MAIDEN • BRIAN KEITH ARTHUR KENNEDY ^SUZANNE PLESHETTE. Drive-in Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "PARADISE— HAWAIIAN STYLE" with Elvis Presley WED. & THURS. 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