The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1967 · Page 4
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Four ^Blyttitvfllt (Ark.) Courte N«w» ~ Timdiy, Mireh T, Wt — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 •'•"•"" Miss Lovelace Miff Lovelace Is Sweetlxan .-Miss Patricia Lovelace, .^-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R, Lovelace, has been elected sweetheart of the Bly- -••iheville chapter of Distributive ::• Education Clubs »f America. _;-"Pat, an 18-year-old senior at B.H.S., serves her club as sec- ssreiary. -She will represent her chapter in the state sweetheart contest to be held at the state conference to be held in Little Bock March 10 and 11. A total of 27 members from Blytheville chapter will attend tha confer- ^ its of News! trional 7 "Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 'Lamb of Little Rock announce the birth of a son, born March 6 at St. Vincent's Hospital. He has been named Donald Kyle. They are ^l5o parents of a daughter, Lari Shannon, age 3. Mrs. Lamb is the former Miss Susan Smith. daughter of Dr. and Mm. F. Don Smith of Blytheville. Doug Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith of Blytheville, has pledged Sigma Chi fraternity at Southeast Missouri State College in Cape Girardeau Mo. Miss Sandy Wahl spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wahl. She is a student at State College of Arkansas in Arkadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Igleheart announce the birth of a daughter born March 4 at Chickasawba Hospital. She has been named Rebecca Lynn. Grandparents are Air. and Mrs. Edward McCollough and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Igleheart all of Blytheville. Harold A. Fryer Jr. of Columbus, Ga., a senior at Columbus High School was the winner of ttie first place award in the Regional District Science ""Fair held recently in Columbus. Mr. Fryer is the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. John W. O'Neal. .Mrs. Kelsie Knocz and Mrs. Dammer Hendon of Michigan are v i s i t i n g their brothers, Shedd and Dick Bevil! and their -.sister, Mrs. W. F. O'Neal of Blytheville. " Dell WMU — Has Meeting embers of Dell WMU met 4 in the home of Mrs. Braxton '• : --Gill for their season «f prayer » program for home missions. jf _ There were nine members g ' present. P Mrs. Carl E. Russell presided \ -over the business s 2 s s i o n in R which the group decided to buy X toys fo rthe nursary and belt ginnert departments. ''• Mrs. Robert Payne w a s in >. charge of the program entitled, '•'•'<. "As You Go, Search." Mrs. Payne also read the calendar of prayer. Those participating in the program were Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Clinton Smith and Mrs. Curtis Bryant. Offering prayer were Mrs. J. P. Tate, Mrs. Gill, Mrs. E. H. Pruitt and Mrs. Walter Dyer. Marinate cubei of limb (from shoulder with all fat removed) In a mixture of red wine, olive oil and seasonings. Thread en skewers with squares of green pepper and broil. Hope Group Hosts CWF Program. Meeting The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met Monday for Its monthly business, luncheon and program meeting. Members of the Hope group served as hostesses for the covered dish luncheon which was attended by 18 members and five guests. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Stlllions, Rev. and Mrs. John B. White and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, president of the CWF. The invocation was given by Rev. White. Following the luncheon. Mrs Sylvester presided over the business meeting. The minutes of the January meeting were read and approved. Mrs. George Cross gave the treasurer's report. A report was given by Mrs. George Barham, card chairman. Mrs. Eric Whltley announced that the District III convention of Disciple of Christ churches would be held in Blytheville Sunday, March 19. Registration will begin at 2:30 with the program beginning at 3 p.m. All members were urged to register and attend. Mrs. John White reported on the district CWF meeting at Paragould on Feb. 6th. Mrs. Sylvester appointed the following committee for nominating new officers of the CWF: Mrs. Ben Harpole, chairman; Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. J. Cecil Riding Club Makes Plans Miss Betty N e w c o m b and Miss June Craig served as'host- esses when the Chlckasaw Saddler met Saturday night at the Dogwood Clubhouse. Leon Franks presided over the meeting and announced that the club had received an invitation to visit the West Memphis Saddle Club Arena. Plans were made to make the trip the afternoon of March 12. New members who registered were J. D. Gee, Miss Lynn Robbins and Miss Jeanne Hood, Mrs. Joyce Widner gave the treasurer's report and the secretary, Miss Newcsmb, gave tier report. Miss Craig, membership chairman, distributed the official membership cards and booklets from the American Saddlehorse Association. Miss Kathy Franks was appointed to keep a club scrapbook. It was agreed to secure films on the Arabian horse for shaw- ing at the April 1 meeting. Miss Joyce White and Miss Robblns assisted the hostesse in serving refreshments following the buiness meeting. Smith Shoar of Memphis at- .ended as a guest. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Lowe, Mrs. Freeman Robinswi and Mrs. White. Mrs. White served as study chairman. Her program was entitled "Why Christian Unity?" On the subject of Christian unity the following denominations were discussed: United Presbyterian Church U. S. A., Methodist, by Mrs. Eric Whitley; Episcopal, by Mrs. Robert Schwarz; African Methodist Episcopal, by Mrs. Calvin Goodman; Presbyterian Church of the United States by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr.; and the United Church of Christ by Rev. White. Mrs. Tanna Richardson was worship leader. Her subject was also Christian unity. She was assisted by Mrs. James Terry. After the Scripture reading and the offering was taken, the group was dismissed with the missionary benediction. New Liberty Notes & News Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worley of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Mrs. Pauline W a t s o n of Franklin were Sunday gijests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Epperson of Memphis were the weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Edith Epperson, and Mr. and Mrs. William Britt ef Blytheville. Harry Lutes has returned from New Jersey after visiting his daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Moody. He also visited his son Billy in Cincinattl, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Langley and Mrs. William Langley were Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Langley at Walcott. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Eubanks returned after visiting their son 3efl Eubanks in Jonesboro. S/iower Honors Bride-Elect Miss Molly Guard, bride elect of Nicholas Patterson, Jr., was honored with a party at the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliott at Forty-Eight, when 50 guests presented her with miscellaneous gifts. Miss Guard who was attired in a two-piece lime green dress with bone accessories, was presented a corsage by the hostesses. Special guests were Mrs. James C. Guard, mother of Sie bride-elect, and Mrs. Nicholas C. Patterson, mother of t h e groom-elect. They were each presented corsages. Other special guests were, Miss Dotsy Adams, Miss Jan | Ray and Miss Judy Ramey, college friends of Miss Guard. Winners in the games, conducted by Mrs. Tom Gothard and Miss Betty Coats, were Mrs. N. H. Hughes, Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mrs. John O'Neal. After Miss Guard opened her gifts, punch and cake were served. Serving were Miss Betty Coats, Mrs. Barbara Thorn' as, and Mrs. Melba Elledge. Centered on the table was an arrangement of pink spring flowers in a gold container, fl a n k e d by gold candelabra holding pink tapers. Hostess were Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Maude Cassidy, Mrs. Weldon McCann, Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. R. L. Adkissdn, Mrs. Adron Russell, Mrs. Hugh Dixon, Mrs. Mabel P a r r i s h, Mrs. Frank Coats, Mrs.. Joe Seibert and Mrs. John O'Neal. The hostesses' gift to M i s s Guard was a carving set in her chosen silver pattern. Baptist WMU Has Luncheon The Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met yesterday for a luncheon meeting to begin a week of prayer. Circle Seven was in charge of the luncheon. Mrs. Paul West brook is circle chairman and Mrs. Bob Jowers is social chairman. Mrs, C. L. McWaters, prayer chairman, presented the program entitled, "As You Go." Those taking part on the program were Mrs. C. L. Evans, Mrs. Frank Huffman, Rev. Al- vls Carpenter, Mrs. Garring, Mrs. Wayne Friday, Mrs. E. B. iVoodson, Mrs. Steven Rexroad Mrs. Carl Sebers and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs. Alvis Carpenter sang a solo for the group prior to the closing prayer. STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat.— 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. TUES. & WED. CHANNEL 13 5:30 P.M. RETALIATION" Cheyenne discovers (hat ex-rebel soldiers are behind a plot to break th« town banker. QDUJHBQ-TU Calumet News Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson of West Memphis announce the birth of a daughter born Feb. 11. She has been named Beverly Lynn. The couple also has another daughter, Jackie, age 3. Mr. and Mrs. Odell McCormick have returned home from Kankakee, 111., where they have been visiting .their daughter, Mrs. Lomax Lollar, Mr. Lollar and family. Mrs. Lolah Gaines of Liberty, Mo., has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. Huey P. Hall of St. Louis was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Adair announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, born Feb. 24, The infant has been named Melissa Lynn. Mrs. Adair is the former Miss Barbara King. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adair of Gobler, Mo., and CHOOSE YOUR COAT WITH CARE this Easter. So early In spring it may well be the focal point of your ensemble. Lightly fitted wool coat (left) with controlled flare indicates a waistline with clever seaming. This design by Molly for Jack Sarnoff Is accented with brass buttons and a martingale belt. Double-breasted, fitted coat In gabardine (center) from Jr. Vanguard, has paneled back and martingale belt. Flaps on side entry pockets highlight the feminine shaping. A Cossack look is featured in the A-line, double-breasted gabardine coat (right) by Henry Friedericks. It has a raised collar. These designs are in Anglo fabrics loomed in America. Coming Events Today Charters of Beta Sigma Phi New Liberty Baptist WMS Airmen's Wives Club 7:30 p.m. Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Rainbow Girls Masonic Tern pie 7 p.m. African Violet Club Mrs. Henry Young 2 p.m. Band Parents Club Band room 7:30 p.m. NCO Wives Club Officers Wives Club Ladies Golf Association Clin ic 1 p.m. Blytheville Country Club Yarbro Baptist WMU 7 p.m. Charlevoix Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution Wednesday Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club regular meeting Clear Lake Baptist WMU Armorel WMU 7:30 p.m. Chapter D P.E.O. Sisterhood Mrs. Gertrude King of Blytheville. Jerry Wayne Keeling of Chi- jago has been visiting his parents, -Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas Reeling, Mrs. Ray Rigsby and daugh- er of Osceola were guests of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miller Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Larue of Half Moon were guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Emma ,arue. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Double Feature (A-MY) PMAHOWT PICTURES ncient C1965 Am«iS."i InternitioniittotUie* PLUS CORNEL WIlDEa Technicolor' COMING SOON TO TB1 BITZ AFTER THE FOX—With Peter Selltn TOBRUK—With Rock Hudson GREATEST STORY IVB TOLD-rWIth Chulton HMtoa EASY COME EASY GO—With EtvU Prttley During March, tht Drive-In Will Be Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays Only. Starting April 1st, Open Full Time Dell First Baptist WMU Dell PTA 3 p.m. Nazarene World Mission So- WINTERTIME ELEGANCE is not just a matter of fabulous furs and 10-carat diamonds. The really elegant look should start with your »kiu. To help ward off dry ikin lines generously smooth on a medicated facial cream. With light circular itrokes, massage gently around the nose and chin where make-up and grime can accumulate. Then tissue off. ciety 7:30 p.m. Fairview P.T.A. Study Course 7:30 p.m. Sudbury PTA 3 p.m. executive board 2:15 p.m. and study course 2:30 p.m. Thursday Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit 7 p.m. Little Hut Lutheran Women's Missionary League Blytheville Jaycettes Top Club Golden Age Club C1 u b 28 Blytheville Country Club Family Services Coffee Kingsley Hall 1:30 p.m. Newcomers Club Friday Blytheville Home Demonstration Club 1:30 p.m. Woman's Club at clubhouse 1 p.m. Miss Taylor Gives Program Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gama met March 2 in Central School Cafetorium for'their regular meeting. Mrs. Harold Anderson, president, presided over a short business meeting. A devotional on Da Vinci was presented by Mrs. Russell Mosley. Miss Janet Taylor was in charge of the program entitled, '•What Teenagers Expect From Parents and Teachers." Taped voice recordings of teenagers and their themes expressed opinions of adults. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Marvin Hart, Mrs. 0. L. Lewis, Mr. W. R. Summerville, Mrs. C. L. Moore, Mrs. J. L. Mathes and Miss Taylor. Card Of Thanks I want to thank each and everyone who have been so kind to us during my illness. All cards, visits and contributions were very much appreciated. I especially want to thank the ministers, Dr. Hard and Dr. Osborne and the nurses at Chickasawba Hospital; May God bless each of you. Rev. J. J. Johnson and wife, Margaret You Could Peddle It Yourself... Or... You eon place an inexpensive ad in The Courier News classified pages and reach approximately 34,000 readers daily. It would take a lot of HORSEPOWER to reach that many potential customers, Omi!lll!!llillll!lll!llll!l]]i[l!i;[l!l[ll|i:[lll1ll|[||lllllll[[illl!W Let The Classified Ads Work For You! «M!llllllDI«Hlinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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