The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 9, 1967 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 9, 1967
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Page Four - Blylhevm* (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, March 9,19CT — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwell Mr. and Mrs. Stilwell jjpnored on Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George Stilweli •were recently honored on their wedding anniversary with a surprise reception at Lake Street Methodist Church. Hostesses for the affair were Uie couples' daughters, Mrs. Norman R. Smith of Winter Pafk, Fla.; Mrs. Odell Barnes oH-Blytheville and Mrs. Carvil L.2Trammel Jr: of McCorry. Mrjfc Smith of Florida was un- abk-to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Stilwell were grated at the entrance of the dinihg room by Mrs. George Shanks, who presided over the gut>|t book which was placed on ; ;ia table draped in a pink clotti, centered with an arrangement of pink carnations. ilrs. Stilwell was presented with a pink corsage and Mr. Stilwell with a boutonniere by his sister, Mrs. Ruth R. Holder. The dining room was decorated in pink and white flower arrangements. The refreshment table was covered with a pale pink cloth Centering the table was a tierei cake topped with a heart hold ing a picture of the couple. The. cake rested on a . largi mirror framed with pink tulli and gathered at the corner with bells and bows. Pink tapers in holders o white and pink roses flanke the cake on either side and < large crystal punch service wa at one end of the table and ; memory lane cake at the-other Guests called between th hours of 2 and 4 p.m. Asisting Mrs. Barnes am Mrs. Trammel in serving wer Mrs. Frank Kinningham ail 1 daughter, Barbara Rutfi of Os eola, Mrs. Ruth S. Holder o Biytheville and Mrs. Shanks. Mr. and Mrs. Stilwell ar former members of the Lak Street Methodist Church. The; now make (heir home in Li bourn, Mo. where they own an operate the Stilwell Flower an Gift Shop. Members of Town and Coun- j Extension Homemakers lub met yesterday for their egular monthly luncheon meet- g in the home of Mre. Pru- ,ance Joyner with 11 members nd one new member, Mrs. Isbell Gray, present. The devotion was given by Mrs. Weldon McCann. Eye openers of work boxes pictures and pin cushions were displayed. Roll call was answered by each member telling what she ooked for in material. Mrs. Tanna Richardson gave a report on the recent leader ship meeting she attended. A discussion on "Selection 6 Fabrics," was given by Mrs . C. Elliott. The club voted to take Mrs. Jerry Hearn's kindergarten classes to the nursing home to present an Easter program. The workshop meeting will be March 22 at the clubhouse and the next regular meeting will be held April 12 with Mrs. Woodrow Nutt. The door prize was won by Mrs. C. R. Vincent. Bgrties Continue I;! To Honor " Miss Guard Another in a series of parties honoring Miss Molly G u a r d, bride-elect of Nick Patterson, was given Sunday afternoon by Miss Dotsy Adams, Miss Guard's roommate at Memphis State University. The party was held in the Pi Beta Phi suite on the Memphis State campus. Attending were school friends of the honoree. The serving table, which held a veriety of party fods, was centered with an arrangement of yellow and white daisies flanked by candlesticks holding yellow tapers. Special guests were the mothers of the couple, Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. N. C. Patterson who were presented corsages. Miss Guard was presented with an orchid carsage and a place setting in her chosen silver pattern by the hostess. piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK its of News , moAtlij per&onal Chuck Smith has been electe to serve as historian of Phi M Alpha fraternity at Meinph. State University. He is the so of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smit of Blytheville. Mrs. Lois Young is a paliei in Baptist Memorial Hospital i Memphis following surgery. Sh is in room 808. Mrs. Charles Newcomb, Mrs John Caudill, Mrs. R. J. McKin non and Mrs. Leonard Johnso attended a board of director meeting of Crowleys Ridge Gir Scout Council this week. Mr: McKinnon of Manila is a ne 1 board member. Phone PO 3-4461 "E.H.C" MEETING NOTES DAR Elects New Officers The members of Daughters of the American Revolution met his week for their regular monthly luncheon meeting at Ihe Drummer Boy Restaurant. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. David Hubbs, Mrs. 3. B. Woodson and Mrs. Richard Reid. The ritual was led by the regent, Mrs. Loyd Whittaker. Mrs. Conner Taylor read the president general's message which announced the 76th congress will meet hi Washington hi April. Mrs. J. E. Dicks gave the national defense report ant Mrs. H. G. Partlow Jr. and Mrs. Whittaker, who were delegates to the state conference gave a report on the conference. Elected as officers for the year are regent, Miss Martha Ferrell, vice regent. Mrs. Cur tiss Anderson; chaplain, Mrs. J Louis Cherry; secretary, Mrs Reid; Treasurer. Mrs. Hubbs; reg istrar, Mrs. Partlow; historian Mrs. George Pollock Jr.; librar ian, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, custodian Mrs. J .A. Leech and parlia mentarian, Mrs. Woodson. Pattern and fabric selection was the topic of the program when Dogwood Extension Home makers' Club met at the Dogwood clubhouse Wednesday afternoon with president, Mrs. Harry Lutes, presiding. The meeting was opened with group singing and devotional given by Mrs. P. B. Jarratt. Clothing leader, Mrs. Ben Craig, led the discussion, demonstrating the effect of various patterns and fabrics. She also modeled a smoke- ring scarf which she had made and showed different ways it could be worn. Eye-openers were shown by Mrs. Ed Bunch, Mrs. J. E. Gun- ler and Mrs. Jim Burks. Mrs. Otis Seratte, hostess for tfie meeting, served refreshments and presented a d o o r prize which was won by Mrs. Bunch. Woman's Club Meets Friday Members of the Blytheville Woman's Club will have their regular monthly luncheon meet- ng tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the ilubhouse. Mrs. C. G. Redman will be the chairman for the meeting. The program will be on folk music. Entertainment will be provided by the Strings for Fun Ensemble. Members are Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich, Mrs. Redman, Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. Paul Wood, ilrs. Byron Moore, Sr., and Mrs. Robert Klug, soloist. Also entertaining will be a folk trio composed of high school students. They are Miss Susan Callahan, Bruce Johnson and Robert Reynolds. Hostesses for the meeting wil' be Mrs. Billy George, Mrs. F E. Scott, Mrs. J. L. Nabers Mrs. Robert Wade, Mrs. Fred Davis; Mrs. James Nowlin, Mrs. J E. Jones, Mrs. James Lee. Miss Monta Hughes and Mrs. Harry Bogan. All members are urged to attend. Cub, Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS There will be a Cub Scout Boy Scout roundtable in Osceol: tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. a the First Christian Church. The Cubs will take up April' theme with Floyd White in charge. Sgt. Mark Gray will be in charge of the Boy Scouts and Fred Denton will be in charge of the Explorer Scouts. The over-all chairman is Nels Robertson who will conduct a session for troop committee eaders. Pack 208 of the First Chris- Deborah Class Has Meeting The Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met recently for a covered dish supper in the home of Bertie Hawks with 12 members present. Mrs. Celia Caraway of McLean, Va., attended as a guest, over the business session. A discussion on the Lord's Prayer was given by Mrs. Myrtle Mason. The devotional was given by Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and the meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C. E. Edds. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA START"ING*TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 PM. THURS.-FRI.-SAT. MY: Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week THURSDAY AND FRIDAY (A-MY) AJoyous < Comedy Of Peril! * WIUIAMCASTLEsJ stou * COMING SOON TO THE K1TZ AFTER THE FOX—With Peter Sellen TOBRUK—With Kork Hudson GREATEST STORI' EVER TOLD—mill Ch«rllon Heiloa EASY COME EA8V GO—With Elvta Preiley New Liberty WMS Meets The Woman's Missionary Society of New Liberty Baptis' church met daily this week foi Week of Prayer for Home Mis sions. Theme of the. programs was "As You Go." Serving as program chairmen during Kie week were Mrs. Ira Koonce, Mrs. Tollie Peterson Mrs. William Langley, Mrs. J L. Fondren and Mrs. R. D Nash. Today's program is an all-daj session with potluck luncheon being served during the noon hour. The programs have been ; study of Baptist mission wor' in the United States, Panama Puerto Rico and Cuba. Mrs. Charley Lutes, pres: dent, has presided daily, wit Mrs. Ira Koonce serving a Cook a package of frozen cut up green beans and drain; reheat with a small can of drained chopped mushrooms and a I BRIDE-ELECT - Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Renfro announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ann Renfro, to Billy Wayne Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Owen of Manila, vows will be exchanged March 26 in Manila. Birthday Celebrated Mike Cameron was honore< yesterday on his llth birthday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Game winners were Russet Phillips and Bill Johnson. Mike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cameron. Coming Events Today 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 Kings ley Hall 1:30 p.m. Newcomers Club Friday Blytheville Home Demonstra tion Club 1:30 p.m. Next time you serve baked potatoes, put some extra spuds in (lie oven and use these at another meal for potato soup or nubbin of butter. I hashed brown potatoes. Card Of Thanks We would like to express our appreciation for the prayers and kindness shown us during the illness.andI loss of our loved one. We would especially like to thank Dr. Julian FaWey, the nursing staff of Osceola Memorial Hospital, Bey Tommy Carney, Rev. Bay Tweed, those who provided music and the many friends who sent food and flowers. May God richly bless all of you. The Family of GEORGE 'COWBOY' BROTHERS Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. FRL • SAT. • SUN. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Opens at 6:30; Starts at Dusk soon a legend. JOSEPH E.LEV1KE STEVE WQUEEN KARL MALBEN-BRIAN KEITH ARTHUR KENNEDY ^SUZANNE PLEBHETTE. TtCHKICOlOK' PLUS CARTOON iltui MHO* > mm «i» --- During March, the Drive-in Will Be Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays Only. Starting April 1st, Open Full Time For Easter And Spring-At Hays one of the four sisters. And I'm concentrating on fashion, fit and fun. Got them aH in this rayon shift. Co-ahead fashion, fits like a dream, makes the fun scene anytime. A duet of contrasting colors. Short sleeved blouson top over a darker toned straight skirt. Bestthing ever happened to (Junior. In the best colors this season: Green, Orange, Blue, Pink, Brown— all with Wheat, j Sizes 5-15. Lay Away Your Selections Today

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