The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 14, 1967
Page 4
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ftge Four -Blythtville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, March 14,1967 i— Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor LONE STAR FASHIONS suit the young miss. Joni J of Dallas waves red, white and blue patriotically on a young A-line striped skimmer, featuring pocket starting at the ^quare yoke. N«vy and white cotton skimmer by Kingston of Texas (inset) is front-belted, Carnaby-lied, pin-striped •nd piped in-white. Happy Birthday Girl Scouts On March 12, the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. will be celebrating their 55th year of service to girls. From the days of Julliette [Gordon Low, millions of girls have been prepared for ;their roles as future citizens. ^ fThis growing organization 'represents the'highest Istandards sought and attained by girls everywhere. We feel it an honor to be part of this great movement.; Westbrook's Fashions MAIN AT BROADWAY Phone PO 8-4461 Kts of News! mostly personal Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Garner announce the birth of a son born March 7 at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Garner and children have spent the past five weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Upton Booker. They are now in their new home in Gulfport, Miss. Robert Kapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kapp of Blytheville, has been placed on the honor roll for the fall semester at the University of Olahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan and daughter Martha of Michigan spent the weekend with Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mrs. Audrey Iglehart. They also visited Mr. Morgan's family at Dell before returning to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holt of Wheeler Lane announce the birth of their first child, Anne Jodelte, born Feb. 26. Mrs. Holt is the former Shirley Sims daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W D. Sims of Wheeler Lane. Stacy Clan ton has been named to the semester honor roll at Aransas A & M Col lege. He is the son »f Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Clanton of Blytheville. Yorbro WSCS Has Meeting Members of Yarbro WSCS met recently in the home of Mrs. Punk Willis for a covered dish luncheon. The program, "The Denial," was presented by Mrs. Billy Ray Daniels, Mrs. Henry Pollard, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Neta Bunch and Mrs. James Barton. It was decided that the WCS would serve refreshments for Blytheville Training Union to be held Wednesday night. The next meeting will be with Mrs. D. D. Abbott with Mrs Thompson as co-hostess. DAC Meets Next Week Members of the Col. John Martin Chapter of Daughters of the American Colonists .will meet March 21 at 11 a.m. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. G. 0. Poetz and Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. Graham Partlow will be lib charge of the program. Church women Meet in Afflick Home The Episcopal churchwomen met yesterday in the home of Mrs. Charles Afflick Sr. with Mrs. Russell Phillips Sr. as co- hostess. Mr. Hoscoe Crafton Jr. gave the devotional followed by the program which was a meditation read by Mrs. Harry W. Haines. A report on the United Thank Offering was given by Mrs Terry Gettelman. The ingathering will be May 4. Mrs. E. J. Cure, president, presided over the business ses- ion. Mrs. Crafton, devotional sec- Poster Contest Winners Announced by Garden Club The Blytheville Garden Club sponsored their annual bird pos- schools throughout the state. The convention will meet In Utter contest for the students in tie Rock March 27, 28 and 29. BlytheviUe School District 5. j In addition to students placing first, second or third in the local contest, a number of students were given honorable mention. The purpose of the contest is to encourage the conservation of wild life, especially birds in this area. The two divisions in which students might compete were land birds and water birds. Students placing in each division were: land birds, elementary grades, Bobby Gardner and Brad Workman of Central School, first; Margaret Ba- 1V11 o. \ji aiLuu, ucvuuuuai ijv*v • *•* tary, announced that the len- ker^Yarbro and jScott^Loehr [en quiet hour would be Wednesday, March 22, at 10 a.m. Rev. Dr. Krumbach will conduct holy week communion services Maundy Thursday at 5 p.m. and on Good Friday, lessons and carols will begin at 7:30 with a special cantata to be presented by. the choir. It was announced that Palm Sunday services would begin at 9 a.m. with no church school, with Mrs. Haines with Mrs. E. R. Mason as co-hostess. Karla Kelly Celebrates Birthday Miss Karla Kelly recently celebrated her 7th birthday with a party in her home. There were 14 guests attending. Games were played and each guest received favors. Refreshments of a Cinderella birthday cake, ice cream and cold drinks were served to the guests. Karla is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelly ef Bly- heville. of Central, second; Tommie Akers and David Lum of Central, third. Junior high school winners were Candy Smith, first; Bob Johnson, second and Laurie Bass, third. Special education class winners were Terry Walker, first; Calvin Mayfield, second and Bonnie Walker, third. Prizes of bird books or prints of bird pictures from paintings by famous artists will be presented these students by the Blytheville Garden Club. These posters will be sent to the state convention of the Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. where they will compete with posters from 'other The best posters of this group will be sent for competition in the state. Students receiving honorable mention were Rusty i Lewis, Lange School; Laurie Foster, Fairview; Marvin Clark' Franklin; Lorraine Stewart, Franklin; Merylon Bowil, Robinson; Delvis Williams, Promised Land; Sarah Day, Central; Kathleen Knop, Central; Jimmie Rogers, Fairview; Vicki Parmenter, Gregory Shuts, Die- tre -Themesch, Debbie Abbott and Martha Nunn, all students at Blytheville Junior High School. Credit Women Have Dinner The Credit Women's Club met last night at the Rustic Inn with seven members and one guest present. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Molly PTA Reports Central PTA members will meet tomorrow at the school at 3 p.m. The executive board will meet at 2:30 p.m. Read Courier News Classified Young ladies with an eye for fashion will really go for Buster Brown's new "Breezy Look",.. smart, shiny patents in black, red, or white. Peek-a-boo cutouts add just the right fashion accent To10°° PRICED ACCORDING TO SfZE BY BUSTER BROWN. Whlt«% Shoe* SI 3 W. Muln St. Telephone PO 2-274) Shower Honors Miss Stalcup Mrs. Jimmy Barksdale and daughter, Miss Susain Barksdale lonored Miss Belsy Stalcup, bride-elect of Airman l.C. James Coleman, with a miscellaneous shower at their home last night. A western theme was carried out in the entertaining rooms with decorations and bowls of flowers. All guests were dressed in western attire. Miss Stalcup chose for the occassion silver lame ranch pants and a white satin shirt trimmed with white lace. Her boots were silver and black. The honoree was presented with a white camelia corsage and her mother, Mrs. T. Stalcup was presented a white carnation corsage by the hostesses. Miss Nancy Stalcup assisted the bride in recording names of gifts and donors in a white mono grammed bride's book-music box. Games were led by Mrs. Harold Turpin and winners were Miss Brenda Tart and Miss Charlotte Dixon. Guests were served refreshments of cookies, party foods and punch. Assisting serving was M r. Turpin and Miss Tart. Miss Stalcup was presented with a gift of cWna in her choen pattern by the hostesses. Infrared emissions from Jupiter indicate the planet radiates four times as much energy as it gets from the sun. 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. TUBS. & WEDNESDAY ftbltson. I Minutes 6f th* previous flieet- ing were read and approved. The treasurer's report also was given and approved. ft. S. McClure, credit manager Of Montgomery Ward was the guest speaker. His subject was, "Social and Economic Environment Of Retail Credit." The door prize was won by Mrs. Dorothy Bailey. The next meeting will be April 10th at the Shamrock Lanes dining room at 7 p.m. Visitors and newcomers have been urged to attend. Aetas, primitive tribesmen In the Philippines, prefer smoking cigarettes with the lighted ends in their mouths. 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It's a tri-colored pull with mock turtleneck and patterned in a geometric motif. Knit in a knitting worsted using three colors and combining a stockinette and geometric pattern stitch, the sweater is handsome on or off the slopes. Snappy sweater to knit yourself (inset) is in three colors ot knitting worsted. Use a stockinette stitch with a pattern stitch border on both sleeves and the body. Box Of fice Opens at 1:45 ' " Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. .7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY AFTER THE FOX"— with Peter Sellers ....... (GA) WED. • THURS. • FRI. (Not Classified) The town said anybody could caress Mrs.Talbot's neck. But only one person could have caressed it that hard... A fa«i,uni.--WS TECHNICOLOR* Ml 111 Mil) St K -?>,t,Uffi»!Biriailt,:iI FROM WARNER BROS.l COMING SOON TO THE RITZ TOBRUK—With Rock Hudson GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD—With Charlton Hcston EASY COME EASY GO— With Elvis Fresley During March, the Drive-In Will Be Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays Only. Starting April 1st, Open pull Time These are the tempters. Spring goodiss that wrap up all thi luscious shades brought about by thtf return to color. If you're stuck on the sweet look, try our CONNIE CANDY COLORS ... they're simply, scrumptious! ,AS SEEN IN MADEMOISEU& 311 W. Main St.

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