The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 3, 1966
Page 2
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TBO - Blythtvflte (Aft,) Couritf Newi - fatanhy, Ptetmtftr I, Vtt — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor BRIDE - ELECT — Miss Barbara Sue Ferguson of .Phone PO 3-4461 Christian CWF Has Luncheon Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church met at the church Monday for its monthly luncheon, business and program meeting. Members of Love Group server as hostesses for the covered r, ,»-.! MI j dj sh luncheon which was at- DeWilt will wed | tended fey „ members and (our U. W. Mulllns Jr. of Blytheville, in a late January ceremony at the guests. Holly branches, snow men, poinsettias, Christmas balls and other Christmas decorations were placed at intervals along the dining tables. First Baptist Guests were Mrs. Arlie Potter of Poplar Bluff, Rev. and Mrs. Church in DeWitt. John White, and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, president of the CWF. The invocation was given by Mrs. John White. Following Hie luncheon, Mrs. Sylvester presided over the business meeting where minutes of the October meeting were read and approved. Mrs. George Cross gave the treasurer's report. Three recommendations from brought to the general meeting! and approved. Mrs. R. L. Dedman, senior citizen committee chairman, reminded all members to bring their gifts for the shut - ins to night meeting on Dec . 12 Miss Sue Ferguson To Become Bride.of U.W. Mullinsjr, Miss Barbara Sue Ferguson's i The prospective bride-groom _ _____ ^ __ _ _ _ engagement to U. W. Mullinsiis the son of Mr. and Mrs. U.j Mrs Ben w Harpo i e served AT WORK — Getting ready for opening night are members of Blytheville's Very Little Theatre. They are from left Bob Annand, upper right, Mrs. Pat Burrow, Mrs. Dorotliy Brewer, Ed Ertel and on sofa, Janice Ertel. The play will be presented Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tickets may be purchased from members of the cast and Junior Auxiliary. has been revealed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ferguson, of DeWitt. Mullins, Sr. of Blytheville. as study and worship chairman The bride - elect is a junior at .Arkansas State College in A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mr». Buddy Howard Why? Why, why, WHY did this have to happen to me? •• When misfortune, disaster or tragedy occurs, the question r. is difficult to try to answer. Even if there is a known answer, and most of the time there is none, it is an unacceptable answer. II one is presumptious enough to try to answer; if one resort* to the retort of courage being needed, one knows how ._futile It can be. Yet, when bewilderment and grief exist, a mortal human being can help. In one such instance, there was an unforgettable scene which will always be remembered. A close friend of a grief stricken family stopped In, unaware that tragedy had struck. Shocked at the bornb shell news, he stumbled around for words. Then in Impromptu and certainly In unrehearsed manner, he replied, "I can't tell you why. No one can. I'm not an overly religious man as you know, but I think it will help all of us If we pray". Th« family agreed. , It was a beautiful prayer. And it helped. It always can , . . MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. ''iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimnniiiiiinnninnnniaiiiiiDiniiiiiiHi! 1 Bits of News £ : mostly jfraonaf Bridge Winners Are Announced Winners of the all-day bridge Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Edward game played recently at BAFB Officers Club are Mrs. Frank Berberich and Mrs. Edwin Coo- P 61 ligh;Mrs - Clarles lmes 1 p.m. Blytheville Jaycettes. Lutheran Woman's Mision- ary League. C & N Club Christmas party Rustic Inn 7 p.m . . , TO , Cook announce the adoption of and . Mrs - ™' am a son, Gre gg Edward. Grand- Her topic was "CWF and the parents are Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cook of Blytheville and Mr. Total Church." The purpose of the program ( and Mrs. C. A. Smith of Dell, was to review the organization j Mrs, John Loy Bishop has re-' prizes were won by Mrs. Jones, -r ii._ i_i_i „!.... _u .._.] /_ i_- ' i .1 F ... _ !__• i_ ITT__U:_™ Aflrc T/\& /"Vn^ior an A Mrc Rnn Mrs. James Pennington was travelling winner and door of the total chmch and to be-turned from a trip to Washing- come acquainted with the series ton where she was the guest of of Church Program Guidance Udm. and Mrs. Robert Carney. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing- Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SAT. SUN. • MON. it's v> WITH HIS FOcsr ON THE GAS AND NO BRAKfS ONTHEAJH.' Manuals published in 1966 for congreations of Christian Churches. These manuals deal with church organization, adminis- gram planning. They were written for leaders — chiefly ministers and chairmen and members of planning groups. The manuals presented were membership by Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, worship by Mrs. James Terry, evangelism by Mrs. John White, Christian education by Mrs. Vernon Strick[land, stewardship and church finance by Mrs. John C. McHaney, Christian action and community service by Mrs. Eric Whitley, world outreach by Mrs. J. C. Ellis, property by Mrs. Har- poie, Christian Women's Fellowship by Mrs. Sylvester, and Christian Men's Fellowship by Mrs. Frank Brown. The meeting was adjourned with repetition of fellowship benediction. Mrs. Joe Crozier and Mrs. Ron McPherson. The game scheduled for Dec. She went especially to attend 20 has been cancelled, but the the wedding of her goddaughter, Miss Susan Gaussig. Mrs. Bishop also visited Capt. and Mrs. Joe Joseph Gaussing of Ana polls. New Liberty Notes & News ladies will play next Tuesday. Golden Age Club. Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit in Little Hut 7 p.m. ., Club 28 Blytheville Country second Club. . Sher-! i Friday Very Little Theatre presents play at 1 B. H.S auditorium 7:30 p.m. Blytheville Extension Homemakers Club 1:30 p.m. Woman's Club at clubhouse 1 p.m. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club bazaar. Saturday Very Little Theatre presents play at B.H.S. auditorium 7:30 p.m. Variety Club at Jaycee building. ADK Members Have Dinner Mrs. Shed Bevill was hostess to members of ADK Thursday night for a pot luck dinner and Christmas party. Mrs. Lois Stephenson served as co - hostess. She also led the group In games. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Epperson and family have returned to their home in Michigan after visiting his mother, Mrs. Edith Epperson. Miss Mary Tom Stephenson, a student at Memphis State University, spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stephenson. Mrs. Robert Banks left Friday for. her home in Garland, Ark., after visiting her mother- in-law, Mrs. R. F. B-nks. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Epperson and daughter of Little Rock recently visited his mother, Mrs. Edith Epperson and her family at Steele. Coming Eienb Monday First Baptist WMS luncheon in Fellowship Hall. ! YOU can combine thinly sliced First Methodist Women's So- pared apples and pears for a | ciety of Christian Service lunch- |one . crust pie with a s t re usel- ; eon and program at 1 p.m. i ty pe topping. Combining the two i Dell Methodist W.S.C.S. fru | ts gives interesting flavor 1 Trintiy Baptist WMU. i e Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 at 7:30 p.m. Add minced chives, sweet gherkins, pimiento and parsley' Rebekah Lodge 18 100F Hall. lo oi i . an d - vinegar dressing; at 8 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU. Presbyterian Women of the Church. Tuesday Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi New Liberty Baptist WME Airmen's Wives Club at Ser vice Club 7:30 p.m. Lone Oak Extension Home makers Club. Rainbow Girls at Masoni Temple 7 p.m. Yarbro W.S.C.S. 7:30 p.m. Band Parents Club at 7:3(1 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nash of|P' m ' j Little Rock were last weekend guests of Mrs. W. A. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Eubanks of Jonesboro, were recent Gifts were exchanged among {j, ue . sts ,. of Mr ' and Mrs ' D ' C ' members and gifts were brought for the convalescent home in Osceola. They will be presented to the patients before Christmas. Approximately 14 were present. members at Plus Ffluntoim * llJon Kingl THE PLACE . THAT JAZZ CALLS HOME! "PETE'S PLACE" ""PETE FOUNTAIN * UNIVERSAL RELEASE • I* COLOR MEAN rCTC f KJNIAIN ON COftAl RlCOftK (A Short Subject) COMING SOON TO THE KITZ KliLLV — With Wm. Holden A Richard Wllmark T: K SiyiNOEHS— WJIh Ann Marjrel A Tonj Fr*ncloi» V AVG'JLS— With Peicr Fonda & Nancy Sliuira ,••• f" •VOHLr> &• UNDUR SEA-Wlth Uoyd Bridget I..:.. :.:OSS T.!E RSVER— With Dun Martin •I 0 K .IMGNIFICENT MEN IN THE'.B FLYING MACHINES -All Stir Cast Jonesboro. Mr. Mullins Is a senior Arkansas State College. The First Baptist Ohurch In the National Association for Re- DeWitt will be the setting for.tarded Children, (he wedding to be solemnized Eubanks. Jaycettes Are Calling The Blytheville Jaycettes will be calling on Hie merchants of 100F Lodge at 100F Hall 8 p.m NCO Wives Club at NCO Blytheville the rest of this week and next week for donations for in late January. Read Courier Mews Classifieds Club. Officers Wives Club Yarbro Baptist WMU. Eastside Garden Club. Charlevoix Chapter of D.A.R Wednesday Great Books Culb meets with Mrs. Robert Royer of Promise- 'land 9:30 a.m. 340th Bomb Squadron Coffee at Officers Club. Blytheville Garden Club Woman's Clubhouse. Thursday Very Little Theatre presents play at B.H.S. auditorium 7:30 Cordially Inviting! All Our Friends To Our Christmas OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Dec. 4,2 - 5 p.m. Lunsford Rower Shop serve over halves of hard-cooked ejgs pnd lettuce for a luncl eon salad. SECOND CLASS MAIL PKIVII.EUES MTClTUltilO It lilrthevlllt Couriei Nen. BLYTHEVILLE \RK •JJf - raii Harrj IV Raines I'liblllUel jrd *t Walnut Sts Bljttierllle 4rk. Published dally except Sunda decond class oostnge Dam at Sly Seville Ark. HOME DBWVKnT RATES In Blytberllle and rnwnp In th ilvthevllle trade territory Daily 35o per wee BV MAIL RATABLE ir. /i.V.A.Vlh Within 50 miles or Blythevlllf 18.00 per year Worp than 50 miles rrnrr Blythft: 118.00 per year THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. - Fri. — 7:30 P.M. Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. • Saturday •Sunday • Monday * Tuesday 1505 W. Main METROCOIOK THIS IS A Wat**** 'MHtoMMM HIT! I: Annual Christmas M OPEN HOUSE I Sunday, Dec. 4 - Ho 5 p.m. You Are Cordially Invited to Come , by for Refreshments and meet your f friendly florist. ff McFall's Florist Slioppe jg I'D 3-9039 £ A I 7th & Walnut Blytheville's Only Approved Florist IT SUNDAY BUFFET BIG SELECTION • APPETIZERS • SALADS • HORS D'OEUVRE.S • VEGETABLES • DESSERTS • MAIN DISHES NOON TIL 3 P.M. $2.00 Chidren Under 12 $1.25 Drummer Boy Restaurant 1020 S. Division Traditional Christmas Sunday cember :00-6:00 pml December 4 I I m|/? THE Red Barn \ *>^ I

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