The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 7, 1967
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Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 SWEETHEARTS — Valentine Sweethearts from three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority are from left Mrs. Leland Riddell, Gamma Alpha chapter; standing, Mrs. Billy Bbwen, Alpha Delta chapter and Mrs. Har- mon Cook, Alpha Delta chapter. The Valentine dance will be held Feb. 11 at the Holiday Inn. Xi Xi chapter has not elected there sweetheart. Riding Club Is Organized The Chickasaw Saddlers, horseback riding club, completed organization Saturday night at the Dogwood Clubhouse with the adoption of the by-laws which were presented by tne vice president, David Craig. June Craig, membership chairman, registered 25 charter members. • , New members will be accepted on recommendation of a charter members and vote of the club membership. Committee chairmen appointed include telephone, Billy Widner; scrapbook, Nancy and Gene Stalcup, hospitality, Rusty Widner and Charlotte Sixon; Cookouts, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup; hostesses; Mrs. Leon Franks and program, David Craig and Leon Franks. Turquoise, black and silver will be the club colors to be used in the flag and clothing for dress wear. Hosts for the meeting were the J. T. Stalcup family who served assorted cookies and ice drinks from a table covered with a red and white checked cloth. An appropriate western centerpiece was designed by Mrs. Stalcup. The hosts presented door prizes to Mrs. Gene Widner and Richard Llewellyn. Kay Hatley attended as a guest. Computers Are Program Topic Zeta chapter of Delta Kappa Jamma met at Central School recently. Miss Effie Lee Terrell <ave the devotional. Mrs. Carol Shaneyfelt was in charge of the program, "Our Computerized Culture," with emphasis on effects of the computer upon education. Woody Thomas, a sixth grader from Fairview school, high- ighted the program with a demonstration of a binary sys- ;em computer which he had made. A business meeting followed :he program. Mrs. Charles Penn, project chairman, announced plans for the children's theatre production which will be March 28 and 29. Hostesses were Mrs. Lawrence Katz, Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs. C. C. Dulaney. Mrs. George Wiggs, Mrs. Eddie Pharo and Miss Alice Marie Ross. Has Dinner The night W.M.S of First Baptist Church met last night in Fellowship Hall for a dinner followed by a business and program meeting with 21 members and one new member, Mrs. Edith Patterson, present. Mrs. Ted King, president, presided over the business session. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Fletcher King and Mrs. Alan Landers gave the call to prayer. Reports were read from the and special emphasis was given committee chairmen and special emphasis was given to the week of prayer which will be observed March 5-10. Mrs. Lucille Wilson was in charge of the program entitled, "Involvement In Evangelism." Those participating on the program were Miss Effiee Lee Terrell, Mrs. H. R. Rosemond, Mrs. Joe Washam, Mrs. Fletcher King and Miss Mary Sue Wright. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. Tillman Is Club Hostess The T & C Bunco Club held their regular meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Harvey Tillman. Game winners were Doris White, high; Nadine Crenshaw, big buncos; Betty Eakin, trav- ling and Ozella Minwick, low. Refreshments were served to the 12 guests. The next meeting will be in March with Betty Eakin *s hostess. Coming Events Tuesday Eastside Garden Club meets with Mrs. M. H. Rogers at 2 p.m. Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi New Liberty Baptist WMS Airmen's Wives Club Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Rainbow Girls Masonic Temple Band Parents Club Yarbro Baptist WMU Charlevoix Chapter of D.A.R, Wednesday Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club meets with Mrs. H. D. Jackson on Armorel Road. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union Chapter D, P.E.O. Dell First Baptist WMU Nazarene World Mission Society Sudbury PTA study course 2:45 p.m. in school auditorium. Thursday Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit AL Auxiliary Lutheran Women's Missionary League Blytheville Jaycettes Club 28 Friday World Day of Prayer Services 10 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church. Blytheville Extension Homemakers Club 1:30 p.m. Woman' 8 Club 1 p.m. at clubhouse Saturday Variety Club New Comers Have Luncheon The New Comers Club of Blytheville held their monthly luncheon meeting at the Goff Hotel last week with 26 mem- jers present. President, Mrs. Sally Tomme, welcomed Mrs. Nena 3 o n e s, Mrs. Alice Garrison, Mrs. Dee Buller, Mrs. Carol Willard and Mrs. Doris Jones as guests. The club presented Mrs. Tomme, who is moving this month, with a gift and thanked her for a job well done. The bridge group will meet Friday at the Sands Motel. Plans were discussed for having more socials which include the husbands, due to the success of the Monte Carlo party. Quality V.T. and the Accessory Shop donated door prizes which were won by Mrs. Buller and Mrs. Mabel Lunsford. Mrs. Lunsford gave favors to each guest and presented a program on flower arrangements. The next meeting will be March 3 at the Goff Hotel at 12:30. Alicia Gee Has Birthday Miss Alicia Mae Gee cele brated her third birthday recently with a party in her home. There were nine guests present. Refreshments of valentine birthday cake, ice cream and drinks were served to the guests. Winner of the games played was Daphene Davison. Favors were presented to each child. Alicia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gee of Blytheville. Public Invited To Services The First Presbyterian Church will have a service Friday at 10 a.m. in observance of the World Day of Prayer in the sanctuary of the church. The public is invited to attend. Wilson School Announces Honor Roll Students Students making the honor roll for the third six weeks at Wilson Junior and Senior High School are as follows: 7ih Grade Julia Alexander, Margie Cash Nancy Sadler, Patti S a n o, Joey Tippy, Jerry Williams 8th Grade EJdon Alexander, Lois Armstrong, Kathy Barnes, Don Bussey, David Denton; Sherry Harmon, Nan Hogan, Donna Lawrence, Faye Mauppins, Don Slaton. 9th Grade Christine Ezekiel, Gary Goble, David Lewis, Charles Williams. 10th Grade Alice Atchley, Judy Bishop, Pam Davis, Joe Goble, Kay Hogan; Janie Miller, Peggy Milloway, Sandra Stone. llth Grade Mapra Alexander, Jo Ray Anderson, Larry Anderson, Mike Hays, Eugene Houston, Delia Sadler, Delois Shumpert. 12th Grade William Alexander, Pat Brower, Tom Crain, Linda Ezekiel, Barbara Furman; Ruth Hodge, Jenny Gwyn, Bonnie Lawrence, Marilyn Lewis, Debbie Nelson; Brenda Bricker, Jack Snipes, Alice Staffle, Cathy Whitaker. Students making the honer roll for the first semester at Wilson schools include: 7th Grade Julia Alexander, Margie Cash Nancy Sadler, Patti Sano, Joey Tippy, Jerry Williams. 8th Grade Eldon Alexander, Gary Armstrong, -Lois Armstrong, Kathy Barnes, Don Bussey; Sherry Harmon, Nan Hogan, Donna Lawrence, Faye .Mauppins, Don Slaton, Linda Yerby. 9th Grade Christine Ezekiel, Gary Goble, Dale Slaton, Charles Williams. 10th Grade Judy Bishop, Harold B u r t, Pam Davis, Joe Goble; Kay Hogan, Glenda Medlin, Janie Miller, Peggy Milloway Sandra Stone. llth Grade Mapra Alexander, Jo Ray Anderson, Larry Anderson, Mike Hays, Eugene Houston, Delia Sadler, Delois Shumpert. 12lh Grade William Alexander, Pat Brower, Tom Crain, Barbara Furman, Ruth Hodge; Jenny Gwyn, Blanche Ingle, Bonnie Lawrence, Marilyn Lewis, Debbie Nelson; Brenda Bricker, Jack Snipes, Alice Stoffle, Cathy Whitaker, Glenda DeSpain. IN AND AROUND BLYTHEVILLE-" Teens Will Have Dance There will be a teen dance Feb. 10 from 8 p.m. until 12 midnight at the local 1249 Union Hall behind Blytheville Auto Sales, South Highway 61. Music will be provided by the Wild Ones Band and admission is $1 per person. Mrs. H. R. Sweet of Blytheville was dismissed Sunday from the Chickasawba Hospital following surgery. Mrs. Roy Conyers of Blytheville was dismissed Sunday where she underwent eye surgery. Mrs. B. F. Gay of Half Moon left Wednesday for Memphis where she will be a guest in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay Jr. Mrs. Ben Ray of Blytheville has return from a trip to Texas where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cofieid and son Kavin spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nicholas, at Dell. Miss Ann Nancy of Blytheville spent the weekend with her sister at Murray City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. R> W. Warren of Blytheville spent the weekend In Bernie, Mo., with her father, Cecil Sipes, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Higgins and granddaughter Billie Jo Page of Sandy Ridge visited over the weekend with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Dobbs, and Mrs. 'Lena Harris at Strawberry. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms of Half Moon visited Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Rhoads of Dell and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alexander, all are confined to their homes. Mrs. Virgie Donal spent the weekend with Mrs. Maggie Quarles and her mother, Mrs. Maggie Littlefield, at Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deal and two children are spending the weekend in Memphis. Mrs. Jack Blair is a patient in Doctor's Hospital. Mrs. Elmo Young of Corning was dismissed from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis last Sunday. Mr. Young spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Estes in Blytheville on the way to Memphis. Mrs. Mary Etta Willington of Kennetl left Wednesday night after a visit with Mrs. Josie Ray in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gardner of Victoria visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, J. 0. Huey and family of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fergus«n of Memphis announce the birth of their second child, a girl, born Jan. 25. She has been named Tamathey. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ferguson of Dogwood and Mr. and Mrs. Burnett of Garland. Ark. They are also the parents of a two-year-old son. Retiring Soon? First See Horseshoe Bend Estates Tne Ideof P/anned Community All Persona/ and Household Services Beautiful Wooded Homewte* In tne Oxarkt at Franklin, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huey of Hayti were guests last week of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Huey of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Huey of Memphis were also guests in the Huey home. Sue Wilson of Blytheville was admitted to a Memphis Hospital this week. Roger Dale Massey, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Massey, is a patient in the Blytheville Air Force Base Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan of Half Moon left Friday for a vacation in Mexico. Michael Bynum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bynum of Luxora is a patient in the Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones visited relatives recently in Huntsville, Ala. Mrs. Chester Devers of Blytheville is confined to her home due to illness. IBits of Newsi 1 moitlu person A2.C. Dwayne L. Tinker, Blytheville High graduate, arrived yesterday from Minot Air Force Base, N. D. He has been transferred to Blytheville AFB. Mrs. Corine Long is a patient in room 763 Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tillman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGhee and family spent Sunday at Shiloh Park, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest DiCicco, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coats and Betty Coats and Gina DiCicco spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roberts were in Nashville last weekend to attend a rally and banquet at the Hotel H e r m i t a g e for Stanley Home Products. Mrs. Roberts was recognized for her promotion to unit sales manager for this area and received her first gold cup from Bill Mair, regional manager. Some weight • watchers like to lunch on cottage cheese and fruit. For variety, you may want to add a little blue cheese to the cottage cheese on occasion. Ever add a finely diced ripe banana to waffle or pancake batter? Card Of Thanks We would like to express our appreciation and gratitude for every expression of kindness and sympathy shown during the loss of our loved one. We want to thank those who sent food and flowers. Our special thanks to Rev. Charles Miller, the ringers and Howard Funeral Home. Tne family of Ma CofdweH Blyth»vill« (Ark,) Courier News — Tuesday, February 7, 1967 — Page Threa Notes for Weight Watchers SHE'S SUITED to the occasion, in her navy-for-spring pants suit with bell-bottom trousers and admiralty brass buttons. Baptist Circles Have Program. The day circles of First Bap- ;ist W.M.S. met Monday for a uncheon and missionary pro;ram. Hostesses for the luncheon were members of Circle Four. Mrs. Raymond Zachry is so- :ial chairman and Mrs. Garrett Abbott is circle chairman. W.M.S. president, Mrs. Wayne Friday, presided over the business meeting with Mrs. C. L. tfcWaters giving the call to prayer. The opening prayer was given )y Rev. Alvis Carpenter. Circle Six presented the missionary program with Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt program chairman in charge. Mrs. Max Logan is circle chairman. Assisting on the program were Mrs. J. C. Lee, Mrs. Logan and Rev. Carpenter. Mrs. Harold Doyle was welcomed as a guest and the meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Whisenhunt. Mission-ettes Have Meeting The Mission-ettes of the Glad Tidings Assembly of God torch met recently in the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson. The meeting was called to order by Patsy LaRue and Diane Ward gave the opening prayer. The devotional was given by Saundra Wilson after which the group worked on their projects. Cream Roughened Elbows Elbows suffer unusual wear and tear, and often can mar otherwise attractive arms, septic cream will soothe and leal roughened elbows and restore their appearance quickly. ARLINGTON, Tex. (AP) -*Being fat in a scarecrow-skinny society is an agony, say medical experts at an obesity seminar. The experts painted a composite picture of the tat American Monday. According to that picture, fat people: — Feel people watching their jvery action; — Try fad diets but despairingly watch their girth expand anew; — Skip meals to enjoy one glorious — and ruinous — eating binge; — Become adept at alibis on why they are the way they are. Dr. Jean Mayer, professor si nutrition at Harvard University's School of Public Health, says obesity is partially a result of the easy life. No one walks, they drive; people can afford steak so they eat it twice a day and have three eggs for breakfast. Rather than exert themselves at tennis or swimming or even dancing, they hibernate in 'ront of the television set. The American's daily diet is alarmingly heavy, he said. This has resulted in 39 million obese U.S. citizens \ylio are likely to be hypersensitive and psychologically damaged to say nothing of endangering their lives, he said. Lotion Under Make-Up Before going outdoors be sure lo give yourself under make-up protection. A fresh - smelling baby lotion will help guard against (Sie air-borne dirt that gathers on your face and pene- irates through the make-up to your skin's surface. IHINIPANTS are the logical answer to miniskirts, says Jlsry Quant of London, controversial moil designer. 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