The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1967 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 10, 1967
Page 4
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,-,fV» Four - Blyftwfflt (Arfc.) CsaAn N«WJ - FrM«y. Hto* », — Society News — Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinwi>ini>iin<iHiii» (Bits of News) ' t u i?erd tin a I BRIDE AND GROOM-MIss Marjorle Jean Crutchfield became the bride of Harry Cook HI in a Feb. 4 ceremony in Juarez, Mexico. Miss CrutchfM Weds Harty Cook III Dell WMU Has Program Members of the Dell WMU met Tuesday for their home missions program with eight members present. Mrs. Robert Payne gave the call to prayer and Mrs. Car E. Russell led in prayer. Mrs. Ed Hardin was in charge of the program, "As You Go, Encounter." Those on the program were Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Braxton Gill, and prayers were offeree by Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Ear Sigman, Mrs. Gill, Mrs. Clinton Smith and Mrs. Hardin, Refreshments were servet following the meeting. Jttr. and Mrs. Merle Crutch- fiptd of Las Vegas, New Mex- i&j announce the marriage of th'eir daughter, Marjorie Jean, td;;Harry Cook III, son of Mr. at$ Mrs. Harry Cuok of. Dell, oh-'Feb. 4, in Juarez, Mexico. iJMiss Monty Hurley of Las Vegas was the maid of honor and Ron Jenkins o£ Clavis served as"; best man. Several of the bridegroom's friends from Fort Bliss, Tex., attended the wedding. The bride is a graduate of New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas. The groom received his B.S. Degree from Arkansas State College. He is employed by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Division, but is at present completing basic training for the New Mexico National Guard at Fort Bliss. The couple will make their name in Las Vegas. rfichard Shanks l|eads Firm JRiehard D. Shanks, son o! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks of Blytheville, has been named president of Morris Levy's Men arid Women's Shops of Savannah, Ga. jlr. Shanks, a native of Blytheville, has been clothing buyer, for Stevens, Inc., of Jackson, Mjss., prior to his appointment as president of Morris Levy. He is married to the former Mickey Merideth of Clarksdale, Miss. They are the parents of three children. •The family will join Mr. Slianks in Savannah in June. ," Remember Pay ii Your Paper Boy irayer home mission programs There were U members pres ent. [THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre i. OSCEOLA Wives Club To Have Program The NCO Wives Club will isve their special evening program Tuesday, March 14, at 7 D.m. Mississippi County Agents will address the group on Lawns, landscaping, sell and outdoor planting. All NCO Club members wives are invited to attend. The program was "As Yo Go, Grow," with Mrs. Smith i charge. Those taking parts on th irogram were Mrs. E. H. Pfui Jrs. Doyle Houston and pray era were offered by Mrs. Hardi and Mrs. Houston. Mrs. Robert Payne gave th call to prayer and Mrs. Gi!! lee n prayer. Special music was provided iy Mrs. Houston and closing irayer was given by Mrs. Russell. ;;• STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. igat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. '•! Sunday — Continuous i; ; Showing From 2 P.M. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Mrs. Tont Is Hostess The Blytheville Practical Nurse's met in the home of Mrs. Gladys Tant with eight members present. Welcomed as new members were Mrs. Joy Parker and Mrs. Lela Ray. Mrs. Poff, president, called the meeting to order. Letters from the state office at Little Rock were read by Mrs. Tant. Following the business meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Class Has Dinner Members of Junior Girls 4 of First Baptist Church met last night for tfielr monthly business and social meeting in the home of Terl Crowe. Following dinner, the business session was conducted. Sandra Jones opened the session with irayer and the devotional. The group sang songs accompanied by Teri Crowe. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw is t h e class teacher. Cub, Soy. Espknr SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 597 will have an organizational meeting tonight at the Scout Hut at 7:30 p.m. The meeting is sponsored by the 97 AMMS equadron at Blytheville Air Force Base. All boys between the ages of 8, 9 and 10 and interested parents are urged to attend. NQW at a very special Spring Sell-o-rama Price! SAVE'5 The SINGER* Power Compact Cleaner Reg. 39.95 NOW $ 3495 Loaded with special SINGER featunt and at hard-working as it Is wcll-bthawdl Indwad suction control. On-off to* switch. Big, disposable dust baf. Full Mt of attach mints. On Urms to fit your budfrtl IMI»>OTI>MIIWIMP» ""* SINGER Shopping Center Ip • 1^ W •• »m Ph. PO 2-Z1K i « THE SIN3U WXUKV. continuation of week o Church Group Has Party The intermediate department of First Baptist Church at Monett* held a recreation activity d ay mee ti n g of Dell WMU i: at Walker Park Roller Drome 1 • ast night. There were 38 members present. Leaders attending were Mrs. Ben Hickey, James Brazel, Mrs J. M. Horton and Robert Maori. Chaperones were Mrs. Martha Jo Kelley, Billy Lane, De- .ores Miller and Bobby Darr. Dell WMU members met a' the church Wednesday for th< week of prayer for home mis sions. Mrs. Carl E. Russell was in charge of the program entitled "As You Go, Reach Out." Mrs. Robert Payne read thi calendar of prayer and Mrs. C A. Smith led in prayer. Rev. Curtis Bryant gave the devotional. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Ed Hardin Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Rober Payne and Mrs, Braxton Gill. The program closed will members giving their offering while Mrs. Doyle Houston played the piano The home of Mrs. C. A. Smitr was the setting for the Thur Frank Whitworth is a patient in Baptist Memorial Hospital n Memphis. Miss Martha Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huffman of Blytheville, has pledged Alpha Omicrqn Pi sorority at Vanderbilt University. Mrs. Allan Rushing is a patient in Doctors Hospital, room 313. Mrs. Juanita Atkisson is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. She is in room B-37. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McGuire announce the birth of their first child, a son, born March 8 at St. Bernard's Hospital in Jones- bero. He has been named Stephen Eric. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire of Blytheville and Mrs. Runyon Pyler of N. C. Dr. Charles L. Craig was guest speaker to the Grand Prairie Dental Study Club March 8 in Stuttgart. His topic was "Office Management and Efficiency." Mrs. Aubrey Conway is recuperating at ber home following surgery in Memphis. Armorel WMS Has Meeting The WMS of Armorel Baptist Church met Wednesday for season of prayer and home mission. The theme of the program was "As You Go, Search, Encounter, Reach Out, Give and Live." Mrs. C. C. Elliott was program chairman. The program consisted of a study of the United States, Pa» ama, Puerto Rico and Cuba. Those participating on the program were Mrs. Weldon McCann, Mrs. James Thomas, Mrs. Preston Lawrence, Rev. Guin Renshaw, J. L. Bassett Robert Lawrence, Tommy Gothard, Mrs. Guin Renshaw, Mrs. Marion Dyer, Mrs. Andrew Richardson and Mrs. Robert Lawrence. Mrs. Elliott dismissed the meeting by reading, "Let Me Walk With Thee." , ., For a good salad dressing mix sur cream with cottage cheese and blue cheese; add seasonings to taste. TEA CHAIRMEN-These ladies, representing the chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, will serve as chairmen for the annual Woman of the Year Tea which will be held April 9th in the home of Mrs. E. M. Regenold at Ar- morel. This year, will be the 20th anniversary for the Woman of the Year Tea in Blytheville. Mrs. Billy Bowen front row left, is the general chairman. PTA Reports Members of the Dell P.T.A. met in be school cafeteria Wednesday at 3 p.m. The devotional was given by Mrs. Sonny James and the president's message was read ay Mrs. Margaret Watkins. The program was entitled, Sound Mental and Physical Health." Guest speaker was Jack Hous ton of Jonesboro. Mrs. Joe Dildine, president, presided over the business meeting and minutes of the last meeting were ready by Mrs. 0. E. Hunnicutt. Mrs. Russell Simpson gave the treasurer's report. New officers elected for the coming year were president, Mrs. Dildine; vice president, Mrs. Arthur Tussing; secretary, Mrs. Simpson. Room count was won by Garye King's 7th grade and Bill Wyatt's 9tSi grade. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Curtis Duncan, Mrs. H. R. Crawford, and Mrs. J. T. Tate. Lutheran Guild Makes Plans The Lutheran Women's Guik met Thursday for a business meeting with Mrs. Richarc Grammes presiding. Mrs. Erich Lehmann present ed the devotional on Psalm 139 "The Wings of the Morning." The hymn for the meeting was, "The Lord My Shepperd Is." A recipe .luncheon for members of the guild has been planned for April 13 at noon, prior to the 1 p.m. business meeting. Mrs. L. J. Neller presented members of the guild in a skit on the right and wrong way of making church visits. Dessert was served before the meeting by Mrs. Russell Safron. Guests Attend Bridge Club Members of Down One Bridge Club met tiiis week in the home of Mrs. Harry Churchwell. Attending as guests were Mrs. Charles Carter and Mrs. Randall Hawks. Game winners were Mrs. Tracey Sandow, Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Jack Rinehart. The club will meet, next week in the home of Mrs. Pete Hughes. . When you are steaming a pudding, be sure to grease the inside of the cover of the mold. If your mold has no cover, grease 'oil and tie in place so the pudding will be securely covered during the steaming. If the mole cover is not a tight-fitting one cover the mold with foil before adding the cover. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. FRI. • SAT. • SUN. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Opens at 6:30; Starts at Dusk NovC a ruifrin... .sunn a liujciul KARL MAIDEN-KHAN KBfH ARTHUR KENNEDY ..BUZANNE PLEWETTE. ^^••^^"••ii" ^^ AUIN^HOSSI PLUS CARTOON Open At 6:30 STARTS AT DUSK During March, tht Drivt-ln Will B« Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sunday* Only. Starting April 1st, Op«n Full Time Shower Honors Bride-Elect Miss Margie Louise Wagnon, ride-elect of Russell Yar- irough, was honored Thursday ight with a bridal shower giv- n by Margie Bevill and Mrs. Mary Blake. There were 21 guests attend- ng and each was presented a orsage of miniature wedding ells. The hostesses presented Mrs. iVagnon with a novelty corsage. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. R. Moody, Mrs. Bill Brad- haw and Mrs. George A. Moody of Caruthersvllle. Winners of the games played vere Mrs. Eugene Mays, Mrs. 'ack Wagnon and Mrs. Coy Richardson. Refreshments of cokes and :ake were served. Second class postage thertlle. Ark. paid at Bly- AMERICAN SINGER Dinah Shore looks like any other tourist, camera in hand, as she tours Moscow. She was on her way to Minsk, to be guest hostess for an American television program on the Moscow State Circus. That Oily Hair Problem Long straight hairstyles. are deal for women with dry or lormal hair but can be a pi-ob- em for those with oily hair. Ex- ess oil causes hair to separate, making it difficult to maintain he smooth look essential to the ieauty of straight styles. So| M " re thM$ f 8 .o I S ir S r ' rr0 e Ia r Bly " I ' !vllIf Airmen To Have Dance There will be a dance for airmen and their guests tomorrow night at Kingsley Hall at 8 p.m Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. Music will be provided by The Sabres. A-free nursery Will be provided for airmen's dependants. Proper attire will be coat anc tie or dress sweater and tie for the men and street dresses for the women. i buy them both foriustso95 TheSINGER*Power Upright Cleaner Perfect for carpets... plus optional above-the- floor cleaning tools. 2-speed vibrator brush beats as it cleans. Height adjustment for deep-or short-pile rugs. Many special features! TheSINGER*Power Compact Cleaner Reg.'39« Hard-working, compact, lightweight and durable. Special price includes indexed suction control, on-off toe switch, disposable dust bag, full set of attachments. At terms to fit your household budget! mattnevjiirtenumwtitttSINGtRtodayr SINGER PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phom PO 2-2782 Gamma Alpha Elects Officers Gamma Alpha chapter of Beta Sglma Phi met this weuk in the home of Mrs. W. L. Wei- born with Mrs. Billy Griggs as hostess. There were 11 members present. Mrs. Leland Riddell presided over the business meeting. New officers elected were president, Mrs. Leon Meador; vice president, Mrs. Q u i n c y Hodge, recording secretary, Mrs. Joe Beckman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Gerald Kelley, treasurer, Mrs. Griggs; city council representative, Mrs. Riddell and alternates, Mrs. Marvin Lipford and. Mrs. Rex Metzger. Mrs. Finis Hardy was elected to be the director of the chapter. The group presented rs. Riddell with a gift for'her son who was seriously injured in a recent fall. ' The Woman of the Year Tea was discussed and file various chairmen and committees were announced. Mrs. Joe Beckman was elected as the chapters Girl of the Year. Mrs. Rex Metzger led the pledges in the pledge ritual and the group in the closing ritual. The next meeting will be a social in the home of Mrs. Bob Schwarz, March 21. that oily hair isn't too much of a problem, be sure to shampoo frequently using a-mild shampoo. Wash hair twice, making certain it's squeaky clean after the second rinse. Try a thorough brushing before each shampoo, using a brush that has a thin piece of gauze wrapped around the bristles. This helps to eliminate excess oil. PRIVILEGES 4D1HORIZED II SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythevllle Courier News BLYTHEVILLE, ABE. ZIP - 72315 • Barry W. Haincs, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts. Blvtneville. Ark. Published dally except Sunday. HOME DELIVER? HATES In Blytheville and towns In tbt Blytheville trade territory Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blytnevllle $8.00 per year Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY (A-MY) "BUSY BODY" — with Sid Ceosor SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature TECHNICOLOR* TECHNISCDPE-, Arizona Raiders (GA) Rings Around World (A-MY) SUN. MON. (GA) TUES. You caught the "Pussycat"... Now chase the Fox! PANAVISIOff[ Retod '^UNITED ARTISTS COMING SOON TO THE KITE TOBRUK-With Rock Hadion GREATEST STORY EVER TOI.D-With Chtrlton HestoB EASY COME EASY GO-Wlth Elvis Presley

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