The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 25, 1967 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 25, 1967
Page 2
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r P»gn TTO - Blythevffle (Art.) Courier Newa - Saturday, February 2S, WT — Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor Variety Club Has Dance The Variety Club held their monthly dance recently at the Woman's Building in Walker Park. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gunter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Lee- McAdoo and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson. Welcomed by the club as new members wsre Mr. and Mrs. Jim W'orlcy and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Charles Gamer. Attending as guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Murphey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Gerlach, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morfe, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Gaff, Mr. arid Mrs. Talmage Carmell and Miss Claudia Klene and Asa Miller. The club's next meeting will be .March 11. Phone PO 8-4461 Youth Having . Book Drive Members of the ninth grade youth group of First Presbyterian. Church are sponsoring a book drive. Anyone wishing to donate old or new books may bring them to the church building or call office, PO 3-3126. The books will go to the church building fund. GIRLS OF MONTH-Miss Debbie McCanless, left sophomore and Miss Janette Flowers, senior were chosen as October and Novmeber Girls of the Month by the Future Homemakers of America. Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McCanless and Janette is the daughter of Mrs. Lorine Flowers. Both girls are students at Blytheville High School. Rebekah Lodge 18 Is Entertained with Party Mission Study v To Be Held The Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church will meet Monday, Feb. 27, at the' church for the mission book ctudy. The topic of the book is "Forest. Trails to Urban Jungles," and will be taught by Clyde Perry. All -members are- urged present. If .you want a delightful raisin sauce to serve with ham, one that is different, add strips of candied or syrup-preserved ginger to the sauce. Members of Rebekah Lodge 18 met Monday night for their monthly party with 20 members and two guests attending. The theme for the party was 'Valentines, Holiday in February." The lodge hall was decorated in the Valentine motif with cupids of hearts in profusion about the room. The focal point of Hie decora, ions was a large throne chair which was decorated with a large heart in the back centered with a rose and outlined in rose petals. The arms of the chair held two cupids and a large love- Dlrd cage made of paper, lace and red ribbon was suspended rom the ceiling. Another large heart poster covered one wall. It was. lettered with glitter spelling out 'Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 18." Mrs. Burley Anderson was crowned queen of hearts and A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mrs. Buddy Howard We all know people who must be handled with kid gloves. Quick temper, usually brought on by tension or nerves, con cause anger to be quickly aroused. We think gentle people of good will can not get angry or cause others to get angry. When we think that, we can be awfully mistaken. For ex- ampla — Can you picture a gentle person of good will, walking in a church and see him break up furniture in a fit of anger? With worsening anger, can you picture him throwing people out of the building? If that happened today, someone would call the riot squad and.make a special request for a straight Jacket. Yet, it did happen, without a riot squad or straight Jacket Most of ua picture Christ aa gentle, of constant gracious good will. We picture Him incapable of being angry or causing others to get angry. We are mistaken. We forget the anger he showed when He banged up tables and threw the money changers from the Temple. We forget how He aroused the anger of His captors and how they crucified Him in anger. It Is a point worth remembering. Even the gentlest of the gentle can righteously get angry and cause others to get angry too . . .MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. received a gift from the hostess. Those receiving the highests votes served as ladies in waiting. They included Lucille McGregor, Marcia Lou Hancock, Marry Warren, Marie McClanahan, Cora Stone and W i i m a Tetford. The door prize was won by Mrs. Billy Coats and game winners were Mrs. Barney Goff, Mrs. Georgie Hodge and Mrs. A. F. Dietrich. Mrs: Sherry Hayes sang song and was accompanied on the piano by Marcia Lou Hancock. Refreshments of cake, ice cream, coffee and cold drinks were served from a table covered with a white cloth sprinkled with tiny hearts. Another table held a Valentine tree from which the members and guests selected their favors of red and white heart baskets filled with heart candy. Attending as gu e s t s were Mrs. Sherry Hayes of Terre Haute, Ind. and Lou Davis. Hostesses were Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Spencer Anderson, Mrs. Telford, Mrs. Lucille Caudle and Mrs. Bill Esles. Secret pals honored for their i birthdays and anniversaries were Leona Mae Mullins, Lucille McGregor, Carmon Oxford and Alma Golden. Fashions Are Shown By LUCIE NOEL AP Fashion Writer PARIS (AP) -Givenchy to. day unveiled a truly fabulous and superelegant spring and summer collection which scores on its own without gimicks. Givenchy and Balenciaga were sharing the Parisian stage for the season's final word on spring modes, Both houses restrict their openings to buyers, and then allow the. news media to come in fw .8 look t. month later. Ac buyers had reported a month ago, Givenchy has an elegant array of finery, achieves elegance without stunts or gadgetry, and makes it look all so effortless. Givenchy's tailoring is clean- cut. His mood for sports clothes is young and casual. He likes playsuits with wide bermudas featuring the pressed trouser pleat. To g8 with them, casual wrist-length jackets, often vented, with a loose look, go over a short navy sleeveless tunic belted at the hipbone. These sports outfit! almost always are in white with navy tunics. Flapped envelope pock- els trim the sides and front of many tunics and coat dresses, iold boule .buttoons march in ;ingle or twin formation down 'ronts of jackets, unpressed skirt pleats and coat dresses. Another favorite theme is the costume, which has a suit jacket worn over a dress the top of which is white joined and belted at the hipline. Favorite color ranges are all the mustards through beige and the navies through French blue. But solid colors are always played up white; seen in the top, the gloves, the small hat, and '*' Mrs. Jackie Lee Elliott Miss April Waldheim Is Bride of Jackie Lee Elliot Miss April Lou Waldheim of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, became toe bride of Jacke Lee Elliott of Blytheville in a Jan. 25 ceremony performed at Berry Chapel on the Ouachita Baptist University campus in Arkadelphia. Dr. Ben Elrod, vice president of Ouachita Baptist University, officiated the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Lt. Col. (ret.) and Mrs.. Edward Bible Class Has Dinner The Golden Rule and Mens Bible Class of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coleman for their regular monthly meeting. There were 10 members and nine guests present. A pot luck dinner was served. The opening prayer was led by Cleo Bradley and the devotional was given by Robert Coleman. The minutes «f the last meet ing were read and approved. The next meeting place will he in the home «f Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Justice. Waldheim of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, and Mr. and sometimes' a hooded top,' and j Mrs. Rube Elliott of Blytheville. nett of Blytheville, Johnny Johnson of Pine Bluff, Walter Ramsey of Aberdeen, Md.; Don Miller of Green Cove Springs, Fla.; and Rene Waldheim of Memphis, brother of the bride. Ushers were Jack Mills of Hot Springs and Charles Elliott, brother of the groom of Blytheville. Lighting candles prior to the ceremony were David Wald- Mrs. David Williams of Warren, heim, brother of the bride and I Ark.; Carolyn Moore of North Coming Emits Monday American Legion Auxiliary i p.m. Little Hut. First Christian Church CWF. Altrusa Club of Blytheville Goff Hotel 7 p.m. Yarbro P.T.A. 7:30 p.m. Christ Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service. Gosnell Extension Hdmemak- ers Club. 9th Field Maintenance Wives Service Club 7 p.m; Trinity Baptist Woman's Missionary Society. Tuesday Chapter 279 Order of Eastern Star Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Armorel - ett Extension Homemakers Club. Business and Professional Women's Club 7 p.m. Parkside Garden Club. Blytheville Country Club Women's Golf Association luncheon meeting. Wednesday Great Books Club 9:30 a.m. 3401h Bomb Squadron Coffee Officers Club. Blytheville Garden Club Woman's Clubhouse. Thursday Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club. Base Garden Club Kingsley Hall 1 p.m. Home and School Society of 'rnmaculate Conception School 8 p.m. Friday Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood. Cotton Boll Small Car Club Central Motors 8 p.m. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild. Dell Home Demonstration Club 1:30 p.m. Deborah Sunday Sdiool Claw of First Baptist Church. Newcomers Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.m. PK1VILEGES AUTHORIZED *» SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythcvflle Courier Newt BLVTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72315 Harry IV. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnul Sts. Hlvtiievllle, Ark. Published daily except Sundaj-. Second class postage paid «t Blytheville. Ark HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blytheville and towns in tb* Blytheville trade territory nailv 35c P er weefe BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of BlythevllU 58.00 per year Mnre than 50 miles (rom Blythevul* $18.00 per year THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. LAST TIME TODAY DEAN MARTIN ANN- MARGRET ROW , A GDJ.UHBW PICTURES RELEASE' always a wide ascot scarf. Givenchy keeps his hemlines an inch above the kneecap. He favors tattersall checks all the way through, in suits in controlled raglan shouldered ten coats and treats them to careful well-planned tailored touches: flapped envelop pockats, buttoned shoulder tabs, built-in sections and horizontal seaming. Miss Lana Elliott, sister of the groom. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose iBits of Newsl per&o* nai iiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiwniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir Miss Waldheim is .the grand- ' an ori ina , of whu ' e satin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walters of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hart of Van Nuys, Calif. Mr. Elliott is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shook of Blytheville. The chapel was decorated with two candle trees trimmed in ivy. Traditional music was provided by Janis Morehead of Benton, organist, and Carolyn Yelldell of Hot Springs, vocalist. Miss Becky Starnes of Blythe- and alencon lace. The gown was designed along princess lines. The bodice featured a bateau neckline and elbow-length bell sleeves edged in a wide band of scalloped lace sprinkled with seed pearls. The scalloped band of lace and pearls was repeated on the A lined skirt which edged the hemline. The fan - shaped, chapel- length detachable train attached at the shoulders. Her shoulder-length veil of ville attended the bride as maid I silk illusion was secured to of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Diane Jacobs of Benton; Miss Beverly Sheppard of Mobile, Ala.; Miss Miss Donna Ann Johnson has | Lynn Siebert of St. Louis; Miss Betsy Miller of Green Cove been named to the dean's list for the first semester at Arkansas State Teacher's College in Conway. She and her husband, Mickey Johnson of Blytheville, who are both seniors, will be practice teaching in Fort Smith beginning the later part of March. Guests in the home of Mrs Marie Allensworth are Miss Patricia C o g s w ell and Mrs John Urbon, the former Miss Audrey Allensworth, bo t h o Massachusetts. Mrs. Urbon wil join her husband, Airman l.C John Urbon, upon return tbm Goosebay, Labrador. F61 lowing a trip to New York they will make their home in the Boston area. The condition of Billy Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Mill er, is reported to be unchanged. He is in room 851 E Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Springs, Fla.; and Miss Elaine Alphin of El Dorado. The attendants were attired in floor-length gowns of brocade and crepe. The dresses were styled with empire bodices in gold brocade with an A-lined (skirt of pale yellow crepe. They featured a floor-length coat of gold brocade witti three- quarter length sleeves. Their headpieces were yellow crepe pillboxes coverd with gold metallic mesh. Each attendant carried a single yellow rose. Mr. Elliott served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Don Bur- Drummer Boy Sunday Buffet FEBRUARY SPECIAL! $ 175 Children Under 12-$1.25 ••**•*•••• Drinks Appetizers • Cold Cuts • Selection of Meat Dishes Q Vegetables • Desserts 'Bly theville's Newest And Finest Restaurant" LOCATED AT 1020 S. DIVISION satin covered pillbox with a large satin rose. She carried a white Bible topped with orchids. Mrs. Waldheim, mother of the bride, was dressed in an ensemble of pink satin and chiffon with matching accessories and a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Elliott was attired in an off white crepe dress with brown accessories and she also wore a white orchid corsage. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the student center drawing room at Ouadiita. The bride's table was covered with a white satin cloth and was centered with an arrangement of yellow roses. The groom's table was cover ed with a brown satin cloth. Coffee and chocolate cake were served from this table. Reception assistants were Little Rock; Mrs. Dwight Kaufman of Arkadelphia; Mrs. Don Stallings of Blytheville and Mrs. Don Burnett also of Blytheville. Brenda Bryan of Forrest City presided at the guest book. Rice bags were distributed by Miss Laurie Benson. For traveling, the new Mrs. Elliott chose a yellow linen coat and dress ensemble with beige accessories. Following a short wedding trip, the couple at home in Arkadelphia where the groom is a student at Ouachita Baptist University. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. V. K. Starnes, Mrs. Emma Shook, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stallings and Mrs. Don Burnett, all of Blytheville. SUN. - MON. - TUES. WED. LIES///" I ~THE RPPRLOUSR I SOUTHWEST to SONORAT] PLAZA CAFI „ _^Bi>. ^••^••MV ,A_ .^JOb. TEDI Under Hew Management SUNDAY'MENU"""" TURKEY HEN & DRESSING 75e ROAST TOP SIRLOIN OF BEEF 70c '/ 4 SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN 55c (Your Choice of Pieces) BACON WRAPPED CHOPPED SIRLOIN 90c Choice of 6 Vegetables Choice of Several Salads or Cole Slaw ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••t Breakfast— 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Ho-made Biscuits) Every Day Except Sunday. CAFETERIA SERVICE Lunch Every Day—11 a.m. till 2 p.m. Evening — Tuesday Thru Friday 5 p.m. — 7 p.m. t•••*•••••••••••••••••••••••**»•••••••• Newly Redecorated In Plaza Shopping Center "Fast Service and Fine Food For Busy People" Claudine Pierce, Mgr. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature TIER JIITKEWU TIE UIOI., Joseph E.Levine TECMKIMr (Not Classified) (GA) SUN.* MON.* TUES.. 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