The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1967 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 16, 1967
Page 4
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Pag. Four - Blythtvllle (Ark.) Courier New - Matulty, . — Society News — * m Ort O Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 BRIDE-ELECT -Miss Jan Hughes will K ccome the bride of John L. Southerland Jr. Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. In Mary's Chapel Baptist Church In Huffman. They will make their home in Memphis. Bits of News| / al Miss Jan Hugbes Will Wed Jobn L Soutlxrland Jr. Hear Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langson Jr. of Blytheville, announce IB birth of twin boys born Jan. 3 at the Methodist Hospital in lemphis. The infants have een named Charles Calvin II and Jeffrey Grant. Mr. and Irs. Langston are also parents f a daughter, Lydia Shannon, age 2. Grandparent* are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbury and Mr. nd Mrs. C. C. Langston all of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan have returned from Pchula and Lexington, Miss., where they visited with relatives. Mary's Chapel Baptist Church Bt v Huffman will be the setting on Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. for the marriage of Miss Jan Hughes dauihter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hughes of Clarksdale, Miss., to Joli L. Sutherland Jr., son «f Mr^and Mrs. J. L. Sutherland Sr/rof. Ingomar, Miss. Kiev. Bert Thomas will official and music will be pre- genfed by Miss Diane Brans- cms. : Miss Hughes was graduated from Armorel High School and attended Delta State Ceollege in Cleveland, Miss. She is present ly employed by Universal C.I.T. in Blytheville. Mr. Sutherland was graduated from Ingomar High School and attended Northeast College in Booneville, Miss The couple will make their: horrie in Memphis where Mr Sutherland is -associated with Firestone Stores. iiiniiinmiiniiiiiiiii in n iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiwni"""!""""""™ 1 B. A. F. B. Society News By Betty Hernandez LI 9-8335 imnnijiini iiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii«i«^^ the- 97th wives. Officers Wives Club Luncheon The Officers Wives Club held their luncheon Jan. 10, at the Officers Club. Hostesses for the day were Wing headquarters The theme was "Beauty and Make-up." The head table was decorated in a white table cloth with make-up, hand mirrors, scarfs and brochures. Mrs. Dorthy Winselt of Goldsmith's in Memphis was guest Hostess for the afternoon were Mrs. Jay Drake, Mrs D. Slnier. Door prizes speaker. She gays a 'talk on how to be graceful in walking, talking and general appearance. Mrs. Grace Teague assisted by Mrs. Barbara Bab demonstrated how to apply a facial. Guests of the day were Mrs. Goodman, Mrs. MinietU, Mrs. Lancastee and Mrs. Chittman. Farewells were said to Mrs. James Wofford and Mrs. Robert Rich. Door prizes were won by: Mrs. Bruce Reuteler, Mrs. Jim Aton, Mrs. Paul Handy, Mr?. John Hill, Mrs. Terrence Pujsk, Mrs. Travis Read, Mrs. Jim Mulhern, Mrs. Rodney Qorman, Phillip Gainer, Mrs. Richard Grammes, Mrs. Dent Brow and Mrs. Carl Re.inke. Base Garden Club The Base Garden CJNk held. its monthly business i Jan. 5, at Kingsley Hall. Discussion was held and it was decided to invite Mrs. Pat Cole, a demonstrator in work shop ideals and flower arranfr ing, to the next meeting. r __ were won by Mrs. James Massey and Mrs Joe McDaniels. The next meeting of the Gar den Club will b« held Feb. at Kingsley Hall. N.C.O Wives The monthly business lunch eon of the N.C.O. Wives ws held Jan. 10 at the N.C.O. Club Elections were held and off! cer holders will be announce later. On Jan. 17, a movie will b shown on "Cancer in Wom«n and Dr. Robert Olson of th base hospital will be a specia person E.H.C MEETiNG NOTES The Armorel-ettes Extension Homemakers Club met last week in the home of Mrs. Solon Dobbs with nine members present. The president opened the meeting with the thought of the month. Mrs. James Thomas gave the devotional and minutes ot the last meeting were read and approved. The business session was presided over by Mrs. Dobbs, president. Reports were given on centerpieces and several were displayed. Game winner was Mrs. A. B. Stinnett. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Joe Ashmore The meeting was closed Witt the members repeating the EH creed. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Pants Take Over As Skirts Diminish By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON 1 NEW YORK (AP) - Skirts will continue to diminish. Pants will be acceptable to everyone, even maitre d's. Paper will revolutionize utility fashions, but not necessarily couture iashions. Nearly every designer will have a hand in improving the chic or archaically dressed men. Mrs. John F. Kennedy will remain on her fashion pedestal. All mis was made clear at a luncheon meeting of America s most influential apparel makers Friday. The discussion among some 200 style reporters was the closing session of a weeklong preview of spring fashions called the American Designer Series.' Although Gaston Berthelot, French couturier for New York's house of Christian Dior, expressed hope that the opening of European collections next week might promise some hemline surprises, Americans, and particularly Oleg Cassini, offered the consolation that the eye would eventually get used to the escalating skirt. "As skirts get shorter we will concentrate on the leg as a whole," said Oscar De La Renta, who does so with glittering of retaining the femininity tha> all objections will be withheld even by headwaiter! at posh places. . Because workmanship is cost; ly, paper is not practical for high fashion, insisted Gernreich But he is convinced that it is iomorrow's answer to utilitarian and travel clothes. Disposable paper shirts for men would be ideal, if properl; packaged, decided John Weitz "Men buy back their shirts 30 times over through their laun dry," he said. Guild Meets The Wesleyan Service Guild will meet tonight at 7 at the Manila Methodist Church. All members are urged to attend. B.H.S. BAND — The Blytheville High School concert band will present "When Music Comes First" when senior high P.T.A. meets tomorrow at 3 p.m. fn the school auditorium. The band is under the direction of Bob Lipscomb. Coming Events Monday Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church. Dell Methodist WSCS Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Masonic Wives Burdette P.T.A. Jim Smart Celebrates Birthday Jim Smart was honored on his ninth birthday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome last week. Approximately 20 guests attended and enjoyed v a r i o'u s games. Refreshments were served and party favors given to each guest. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart. Lucky Clover 4-H Club at 7 Churchwomen 1:30 p.m. Episcopal p.m. Tuesday Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Lone Oak Estension Homemakers Club African Violet Club Broadmoor Garden Club Orpheus Club Junior High P.T.A. 3 p.m. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit Daughters of American Colonists 11 a.m. at Blytheville County (Sub Wednesday Great Books Club with Mrs. Oliver Cbppedge at 9:30 a.m. 97th ARS Wives Club Central P.Ta. 3 p.m. Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club Thursday W.M.U. Mississippi County Baptist Association 10 a.m. at Calvary Baptist Church. Blytheville AFB Chapel Women Flat Lake Extension Homema- kers Club Thursday Supper Club Woodmen of the World Friday Cotton Boll Small Car Club Central Motors at 8 p.m. Chapter N of P.E.O. Sisterhood A fish and potato stew is par ticularly delicious when tomatoes are used as part, or all of the liquid. Cooked flaked fish leftover? Use it in hash! A generous seasoning of black pepper helps the flavor of this dish. 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Chaplain Roger Pearson led a group discussion and a film, "What's Being Done for the Mentally Retarded," was shown Dr. Robert Olson was special guest and answered questions. Refrehments were served to 16 parents. Great Books To Meet Great Books Club will mi Wednesday with Mrs. Oliver Coppedge at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Cecil Lowe will be in clurge of the discussion on Faust. knee pants, tights and silver stockings in his current collection. He complimented Rudi Gernreich, creator of the topless bathing suit, for paving the' way with bright leotards and striped stockings to complement his dresses. His latest collection concentrates the eye on the leg means of pasties and (Jecals from chin to thigh-high hem line. The belted waistline will return, Donald Brooks promised. "We have had all (lie little shifts we can stand. I think we wjll all go back to what nature intended a modern woman to look like." As for pants—party kinds that slack suits — designers feel that they have done such a good job EARLY-WEEK _ SPECIALS Mon.-Tue.-Wed. Jon. 16-17-18 PANTS AND SKIRTS The Blytheville Senior High School P.T.A. will meet Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 3 p.m. in the auditorium. The B.H.S. Concert Band under the direction of Mr. BOD Lipscomb will present "When Music Comes First." Guest speaker of the meeting will be Rev. Virgil Keeley. His topic will be "Teenage Code of Conduct for Parents." .tedeoetaoinrraMvbgkqcmfwyp AU parents are wged to attend the meeting. The meeting was postponed last week because of exams. The executive board will meet at 2:30 p.m. Blytheville Junior High School P.T.A will have their regular meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. The Executive board meets at 2:30 p.m. in room 308. If you use whole spices in preserves made with summer fruits, tie the spices in a cheesecloth bag, before using, that way they won't discolor the fruit. 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