The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1967 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 19, 1967
Page 3
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If f»|» Four - Byfltwflto (Arfc.) Courier Km* «• BiurnUy, Jinuwy II, WW — Society News — Donns Smith, Society Editor Phont PO 3-4461 BRIDE-ELECT — Miss Cheryl Ann Beach It the bride-elect of Larry David Hicks of Leachville. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beach of Leaeh- ville. Miss Cljeryl Ann Beocb's Engagement Is Announced 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beach of. Leachville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Cheryl Ann Beach, to Larry David-Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. • -Raymond Hicks also of Leach•: ville. Miss Beach is a graduate of Manila High School where she • was a member of the science -club, Future Teachers of America, and Future Homemakers of 'America clubs. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Minnie Hill and the late W. H. Hill of Leachville. Mr. Hicks is a graduate of Leachville High School and attended Arkansas State College. The couple will exchange vows in the New Providence Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Jan 27. Friends of the family and couple are cordially invited to attend. Base Club Has Fashion Show New officers for (lie next year were announced at the family •services coffee recently, Mrs. E D. Minletla is the in" coming co-ordinator and Mrs. " M. C. Purvey is assistant co-or- dlnator. ' New committee chairmen announced are: Mrs. L. H. Hamp:ton, chaplain; Mrs. William •Berry, office; Mrs. Roy Tabler, publicity; Mrs. Betty Bartlett, , emergency, and Mrs. R. 0. 01•son, assistant chairman of the ; emergency committee.- • '!' Maj. William Berry tfien pre- sented an Air Force Times Recognition Award to Mrs. Berry for her 1000 hours of volunteer . ; wprk in family services. She is • now a member of the Air Force Times 1000 Hr Club. The program was a style show with fashions from West's Dept. Store. Mrs. V. K. Crenshaw was the narrator. , The models were Mrs. Pauline Garcia Mrs. John Rupp, Mrs. Pat Britt, Mrs. J. E. Ross, and Mrs. C. Shooley. , . The office committee with its chairman, Mrs. Margaret Faul^ kenburg, was in charge of tjie "• coffee. Mrs. Abbott Is Hostess To Violet Club Members of the African Violet Club met yesterday with Mrs. C. M. Abbott wfth 18 members and one guest, Mrs. J. W. Maloney, present. The meeting as opened with - the reading of a poem from the yearbook by the president. Mrs. Ivason Morris led in prayer. It was announced that the club's project would be decided at a later date. Mrs. W L. Boren was In charge of the program which 'was entitled. "How to Winter Care for Violets." Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mn. • Florence Braysacher gave a report on the basket of food do. nated to a needy family by ttie club at their Ch^stmas party. The next meeting will be. with " Mrs. M. F. Rogers with Mrs. . Alma Chitwood as co-hostess. .' Following the business session, .' Mrs. Abbott served refreshments of pie and coffee. Delta Kappa Ga Meet In Wilson Alpha Zela Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamm« met Tuesday night in the Wilson High School cafetorium Special guests were Delta Kappa Gamma members from Blytheville and Osceola. The Alpha Zela Chapter is composed of teachers from Joiner, Kelser and Wilson. Approximately 85 persons attended the meeting. Mrs. Joe Hilliard of Reiser, president welcomed the guests. Miss Norma Anderson, program chairman, introduced tiie other officers for the year who are: vice president, Miss Anderson of Wilson; recording secretary, Mrs. Mary Frances Oliver of Keiser; treasurer, Mrs. Patsy Johnson of Joiner; parliamentarian, Miss Inez Kincaid of Wilson and executive secretary, Mrs. June Wright of Wilson. John Dresbach of the Wilson High School music department presented rtie program for the evening entitled "The World of Musical Moods." Wilson members were hostesses for the meeting and served refreshments during the social hour. C&N Club Meets The C&N Club will meet lonight In the home of Mrs. Charley Lutes at 6:45 p.m. PTA Reports Methodist Circles Meet In Homes Blytheville High Sciiool P.T A met Tuesday in the school auditorium for their regular monthly business and program meeting. Mrs. J. C. Guard, president, called the moeling to order and read the president's message. Mrs. Guard introduced Bob Lipscomb Blytheville High School band director, wiio presented his concert band playing several selections for (lie group. Mrs. Guard announced that she and Mrs. Jim Burks attended the P.T.A. workshop in November at Leachville. II was also announced that i the county council will meet Friday morning at the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative building at 9:30 a.m. anc that the study course will be held Feb. 15 in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. There will be four sessions, the first beginning at ID a m. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Jack Robhson and Mrs. RHey Jones gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. R. A. Porter, chairman of the membership and pledge committee, reported that dues and pledges were behind. She urged all parents who lave not paid their dues and iledges to do so as soon as possible. A nominating committee was appointed. Members are Mrs. Harriet Smart, chairman, Mrs. Joyce White and Mrs. Virginia Harpole. The devotional was given by Mrs. Wayne Friday. Rev. Virgil K e e 1 e y, guest speaker 'was unable to attend he meeting due to illness. Room count was won by the sophomore class. There will be no February meeting Members of Central P.T.A. met this week in the school cafeteria. Girl Scout troop 140 opened -he meeting with the flag ceremony. Troop leader is Mrs Newton Willis. The devotional was given by tfrs. Martin Wilkinson. The program entitled "Fed- iral Aid and How It Affects Our Schools," was presented by T. A. Woodyard, Room count in the lower ;rades was won by Mrs. Esler Vhite, first and a three-way ie for second place by Mrs. r rancis Hampton, Mrs.. Louise Robinson and Miss Grable. Intermediate grade room lounl.was won by Mrs. Lucille iimpson, first and Mrs. Maryyn Harris, second, buiness meeting. The fourth i social hour followed the ;rade mothers were hostesses. The Woman's Society of Chris tian Service circles o{ First Methodist Church met Monday in the following homes. Circle One met with Mrs. Loyd Whlttaker. Mrs. Ray Harrison is chairman. Devotional leader was Mrs. F. L. Patrick and study leader was Mrs. Tommy Young. Mrs., J. R. McCarter of Corinth, Miss., attended, as a guest Tiie next meeting will be with Mrs. Ben White. Circle Two met in the home of Mrs. Hugh Whi Is i It. Circle chairman is Mrs Richard Bur- Devotional leader was Mrs. , j Guests were Mrs. Roy Nankivell of Athens, Tenn., Mrs. Hildred Bunch, Mrs. Virgil Kecley and Mrs. Mora Bley. The next meeting will be in the dome of Mrs. F. E. Scott. The home of Mrs. John Ed Regenold was the setting for the meeting place of Circle Three, Chairman is Mrs. C. E Camp bell. Mrs. James Carser III was devotional leader and study leader wag Mrs, George Rub- bard Jr. Mrs. Norval Knepper will hosl the next meeting. Mrs. B. A, Lynch was hostess when Circle Four met In her home. Chairman Is Mrs. James Peterson. Devotional leader was Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. W. H. Wyatt was study leader The next meeting will be with Mrs. James Ross. Circle Six met with Mrs. Waldo Cotner. Mrs. James Tully is circle chairman. Mrs. Curtiss Anderson was devotional leader and Mrs. C. G. Redman was study leader, There were 17 members present. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs, U. S. Branson. The David Emry home was the meeting place of Circle Seven. Mrs. Jean Brown is chairman Study leader was Mrs Bill Hardy. Two new members were introduced. They are Mrs. Nell Stubblefield and Mrs. Tommy Peacock. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Byron Moore Jr. Churchwornen Have Meeting The Episcopal Churchwornen met Monday hi the church lounge. New officers presided over the meeting They are president, Mrs. E. J. Cure; vice president, Mrs. Charles Afflick Jr.; secretary, Mrs. Ben Matthews; treasurer, Mrs. E. R. Mason; devotional chairman, Mrs. Rupert Crafton; U.T.O. chairman Mrs. Terry Gettelman; study chairman, Mrs. Har ry W. Haines; and hospitality chairman, Mrs. Fred Saliba. Plans were discussed for the annual pancake supper to be held on Shrove Tuesday, Feb 7 in the church lounge. Plans were also made for a sewing day to make cottas for the acolytes. Mrs. Haines was in charge of the program and Mrs. Crafton gave (lie devotional. Hostesses for the m e e t i n g were Mrs. Gettelman, Mrs. Crafton and Mrs. Jim Killett. I Bunco Winners Are Announced The second Bunco Group met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. •Brenda Williams. Prize winners were Mrs. Laveta Ray, high score and travel- ling; Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, big buncos and Mrs. Berdie Wilbanks, booby. Refreshments were served. The first Bunco Group will meet Feb. 7 with Mrs. Williams and the second group will meet with Mrs. Ginger McFsr- landFeb. 21. Miss Patterson Is Honored Mrs. J A. Germ a ny *nd daughter, Patti Germany, entertained with a luncheon Saturday, Jan. 14 it the Rlvermont Club in Memphis complimenting Miss Pat Patterson of Memphis and Trenton, Tenn. Miss Patterson is the bride- elect of Robert Donald Bridges of Memphis and Wynne. Among the 16 guests attending the luncheon were Mrs. Robert F. Patterson, Jr. of Trenton and Mrs. Hulan Bridges of Wynne, mothers of the engaged couple. Also included in the guest list were Mrs. Robert F. Patterson St. and Mrs. R. F. Jones grandmothers of the bride-elect, both of Trenton, Miss Germany will be maid ot honor in the Patterson-Bridges wedding which will be solemnized Jan. 28 at the First Methodist Church in Trenton. Variety Club Has Dance The Variety Club held their monthly dance Saturday night at the Holiday Inn. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hrabovsky, Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Lipford and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carver. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Meador, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Leon. Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leggett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Rolan Fletcher. New mebers are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gambrell. Ex-Resident's Son Honored The son of a former Blytheville resident has been named a Rhodes Scholar — one of 32 American students selected for the honor. He is Stephen A. Oxman of .Short Hills, N. J. Mr. Oxroan is a senior at Princeton and the son of the former Katherine Greer of Blytheville, Mr. Oxman also has been named a Rotary fellow to Cambridge and last summer won a McConnell Scholarship for research in London. He is a member of the Princeton fencing team, president of his graduating class and a member of * Princeton choral group. The son of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Oxman, he hopes to attend Yale School of Law following his study at Oxford. Lydia Class Has Meeting Members of the Lydia Sunday School Class of First Bap- Mrs. Welborn Gives Program T(ie Woman's Society of Chrit tian S e r v i c e met Monday at Dell Methodist Church with II members present. The study course on the book of James was continued by Mrs. Lamar Welborn. Mrs. Jesse Bruner, president, presided over the business meet ing in which minutes and correspondence were read. The plans for the church-wide study to be held Jan. 22-25 wera discussed. The treasurer's report and report of Pink Lady membership was given by Mrs. M. F. Brownlee. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Dallas Brownlee and Mrs. Earl Magers served refreshments. list Church met this week for their regular monthly business meeting in the home of Mrs. Ben Mayes. Following the business session refreshments of cake and coffee were served. Flaked almonds look pretty when they top a frosted cake or other dessert. To flake, blanch almonds snd use a swivel-blade vegetable peeler run over the wide side of each nut to make "flakes." This is a time-son- suming process but fortunately not many of the thinly cut nuts are needed for the garnish! Card Of Thanks I wish to express ray tttanks to Dr. Jones Dr. Hard, tne nurses and personnel at Chickasawba Hospital for their care and kindness during my recent illness. Also to Bro. Ranshaw and my friends for your prayer*, visits, flowers and cards. May God Bless Each of You. Mrs. Hugh Dixon WEEKEND SPECIAL! Prices Good Thurs., Fri| & Sat. Fresh DON UTS 44c Doz. Cooked 4 Times Daily 9" Coconut Cream Pie 59c Ed. Lg. Variety of Pastry & Sandwiches JAKE'S SWEET SHOP "" 8onlh Division Bridge Winners Are Announced Wholewheat and rye flours n-ay be stoneground or roller- ground. The stoneground flours he rollcrground flours. If you vant to make yeast bread, rom wholewheat or rye flour, and have a smooth even texture n the finished product, use the rollergroimd flour. Mrs. Caldwell Is Hostess '• Mrs. Dan Caldwell was host- (ss to the Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club at Blytheville Coun.. try Club. ; Attending as guests were Mrs. Jan. Rayder, Mrs. Oliver ; Coppedge Jr. and Mrs. Bill Williams. ! . Winners were Mrs. John Ed • Regenold, high and Mrs. Williams, second. Mrs. Williams will b« hostess •t the next meeting. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week •••••••••••«••••••••««•••••*«••«•»••»•• • THURS. • FRI. • SAT. 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