The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 17, 1967
Page 4
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Toot -Bryth«vffl» (Aric.) Courier New - Friday. March IT, !»§» — Society News — 8 S PW Club Celebrates Birthday The Business and Professional Women's Club met Tuesday night at the First National Bank for a business meeting and to celebrate a birthday. This was z joint celebration of lhe National Federation Foun- birthday of the Donna Smith, Society Editor j-iru~---~_-—-'-'-•_-.""-'"""*• -"-— -' •• - *<*«" 'fashion Show Entertains Officers Wives Members of the Officers Wives Newcomers Club held a coffee recently in the Officers Club. : Mrs. William Bunn, member- Ship chairman, introduced the following newcomers, Mrs. Trent Riley, Mrs. Jim Wadington, Mrs. Ronald Cop, Mrs. Melvin Bosworth, Mrs. Leslie White Mrs. Vincent LaTart. Mrs. Ed anQ [ne ( Garner, Mrs. Robert Simpson,' C|ub Mrs. George Mason and Mrs. •' . .. Maxey McCormick, Entertainment consisted of women modeling their swn creations which were knitted with yarns available at the Knit Shop in Blytheville. Modeling were Mrs. P. D. Foster, Mrs. George Green, Mrs Jim Tompkins, Mrs. Larry Anderson and Mrs. Charles Adams •Mrs. Curtis Anderson and Mrs. Lee Swain, co-owners of the Knit Shop were commentators for the show. Tables were draped with yellow cloths and centered with balls of yarn and knitting needles . Exhibits of various types of handiwork w e r e displayed around the room. Door prize was awarded to Mrs. Robert 'Lansell, Mrs. Jo Bryant, Mrs. William Bunn, Mrs. Charles Peterson, Mrs. Jim Mulhern and Mrs. Martin Moore. Mrs. Herbert Adam attended as a guest. Phone PO 8-4461 [Bits of News! \ moitiy personal iiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiininiiiiHHiiiiHUiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health The Burdette 4-H Club met Wednesday in the school auditorium with president, Steve TompHns, presiding. Miss Diane Stumbaugh led the group in repeating we pledge of allegiance after which Miss Shirley Lambert led the gong, "Now We All Sing." Albert Siler and Mr. Freeman of Osceola attended the meeting. Mr. Freeman gave a demsn- stration on hand saws and showed the members the cor- The Foundation was established H years ago as was the Blytheville club which was organized years ag» on April 3rd. Juanita Davis spoke to the members on the National Federation Foundation, what it. is and its purpose. Maude Godwin showed slides as Miss Davis made her talk. Mary Alice Schmalz gave a brief history of the Blytheville club. According to Mrs. Schmalz the club was organized in 1924. The club was active for a few years then became inactive. The Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club was reorganized in 1955 with 13 charter members, under the sponsorship of the Batesville Business and Processional Women's Club. Since that time the club has steadily grown. The membership at this time is 59 Three new members were presented, they are Mrs. Vergia Wahl, Mrs. Gilbert Mann and Mrs. Elizabeth Lentz. There were 16 members present at the meeting, which was presided over by Mrs. Carmon, the president. Plans for the banquet in hon or of the state president. Ireb- ie Shaw of Magnolia, was completed. Mrs. Shaw will visit the club March 24th. Manila Bus) ness and Professional Women's Club will be co-hostess with the Blytheville club. Rcfrehments of coffee and cakes were served by the host esses Viola Bennett, Katherine Quackenbush and Grace Cald well. DeMolay Boys Have Initiation showed tne memueis me — The Robert L. Burns Chapter rect way to hold a saw and O f order of DeMolay met Mon- how to make designs. Kr!l£ was announced that various members would enter the "Snare the Fun" contest to be held at Reiser April 7. There were 21 members attending the meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Siler. Miss Julianna Mahan is secretary and reporter «f the club. Bridge Club Has Meeting Down One Bridge Club met this week in the heme of Mrs Pete Hughes. "•'- Attending as a guest was Mrs Bill Patterson. Game winners were Mrs. Pat terson, Mrs. Jim Parminter and Mrs. Kenneth Swan. 'The club will meet nert week m the home of Mrs. Parmin ter. I day al the Masonic Temple. There were 40 boys from Vest Memphis, Jonesboro and Blytheville attending the meet ng. They initiated seven new members: Mike Bolin, Stanley Thompson, Gary Scrape, John Elliott, Britt Long, Fountaine Parker and Mike Parker. Immediately following the initiation and business meeting refreshments, of assorted col cuts, chips and dips wer served from a table covere with a while cloth and centerec with an arrangement »f spring flswers. Mrs. Eddie Ford, member o the Mothers Club, served re freshments to the group. This week is DeMolay Week and it will be concluded Sunday when the group attends Sunday morning services at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Miss Becky Rainwater .will arrive from Dallas, Tex., tonight to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and irother and sister. Morgan and Liz Miss Rainwater is a junior at Southern Methodist Univer- ity where she is a member of 'i Beta Phi sorority. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Kormeier of Texas are guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill. Miss Susan Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ward, has •ecently been initiated into Pi Beta Phi sorority at the University of Arkansas where she s a sophomore Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trowbridge of St. Louis will be weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. V. E. Buchannon. Mrs. Elva Poe is a patient n Doctur's Hospital. She is in room 204. Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson will have as a guest in their home this week their daughter, Miss Lana Anderson, who will arrive today from Dallas, Tex., where she is a student at Southern Methodist University. 'While here Mrs. Anderson will also visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson. Mrs. Jerry Strickland and children of Boston are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore. Mr. Strickland is expected to join his family soon. PTA Reports Class Honors Hamblen Alley The Young Peoples Sunday School Class of the Bible Missionary Church honored Hamblen Alley with a farewell party last night in the home of Rev. and Mrs. B. W. Yates. Mr. Alley will leave next week for duty in the Air Force. A buffet dinner was s e r v e d from a table centered with an arrangement of spring flowers and a decorated cake in Mr. Alley's honor. There were 17 guests present and special guests were parents of the honoree, Mr. and Mrs. Howell Alley and his grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Newman. Games were directed by Wanda Hodge. Ruthie Baughman class teacher, presented Mr. Alley The monthly meeting of Blytheville High School P.T.A. was held Tuesday at the study center. Mrs. Elbert Johnson, vice president, called the meeting to order and read the president's message. Mrs. Jack Robinson read the minutes of the last meeting and introduced Kenneth Gipson who gave the devotional. The treasurer's report was presented by Mrs. Riley Jones. Elected as new officers for the 1967-68 school year are president, Mrs. Johnson; vice president, Mrs. Wayne Friday, secretary Mrs. Walter Hampton, treasurer, Mrs. James E. Ross. Mrs. Jimmy Edwards, chairman of the senior banquet announced that the banquet would be at Central School cafetor- ium at 7 p.m. It also was announced by Mrs Johnson that the new officers would be installed al the April llth meeting which would be followed by a tea honoring the senior mothers. D. B. Meador, principal, introduced Miss Marilee Richardson, BHS senior, whs presented her talk which took her to first place honors in the local, regional and district speech oratorical contest sponsored by the American Legion. The contest is closed and Miss Richardson placed fsurtl in the state contest. Room count was won by the senior class. Fairview PTA met Wednesday for the March meeting with Mrs. Herbert Hardin president presiding. Mrs. Finis Hardy read the president's message and gave the devotional. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Roland Davis and Mrs. Wendall Bennett gave the treasurer's report. It Was announced that there would be a study course Tuesday, March 2 at 7:'0 p.m. led by'J. K. Williams. Mrs. Doris Waler announcec that the hearing tests will begin Monday. March 20. Room count was won by Mrs McNair's third grade and Mrs Dugan's sixth grade. Variety Club Has Dance Members of he Variey Club held their monthly dance last week. Music was provided by the Charley Nicholas band. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs C .G. Scherer, Mr and Mrs. Barney Cozart. Mr and Mrs. Bill Barrett and Mr and Mrs. Paul Mahon. Attending as guests were Mr and Mrs. Roy Bray, Mr. ant Mrs. Leon Meador. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwarz. Mr. ant Ed Barnes, Mr. and Mrs ll,ul,»*.» , !-• - I IVllS. CJU Dai 1IC3, IVll. aim ITJLO with a gift on behalf of the Bm Gim Mr and Mrs A class and he was presented a 1 Bible from the church in services last Sunday morning. NCO Coffee Is Tuesday The NCO Wives will hold their monthly newcomers' coffee Tuesday, March 21 from 1 Is 3 p.m. at the NCO Club. All club members wives have been cordially invited to attend and become acquainted with the members and club activities. V. Tarpley, Lonnie Boydsto and Hat Quinton; Miss Suzzette Turner an Tommy McCanless, Mr. an Mrs. Bill Jones,.Mr. and Mrs Bobby Brewer. Mr. and Mrs Billy Joe Gean. Mr, and Mrs Roger McGhee, Mr. and Mrs Glenn Shelton, Barbara?" lette, Wheeler Gracy and Mis Linda Dyess; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burrows Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hollanc Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allison, Mi and Mrs. Ronnie Goff, Mr. an Mrs. Dean Webb and Mr. an Mrs. Leon Brothers. DO YOU HAVE YOUR PLAZA HUNTING LICENSE? They An Free; Just Pick Them Up At Any Establishment in Plaza Shopping Center IT'S FOR A BIG EASTER EGG HUNT SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 25—8 A.M. TWO BIG HUNTS Ages— Fou^'hrough Eight MEET ON THE PARKING LOT OF PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Colorful Legs Leggier legs this spring and ummer call for colors like aold raspberry, orange, teal Jim/ pistachio, silver and jisque. Add to your colorful eos the brilliance of patent shoes in matching or contrasting shades. WILD AFRICAN COLORS of tawny orange, green and gold work together for a dramatic long culotte dress with a one-shouldered bodice (left). The kite dress (right) ends In harem legs above the knee. It has an attached hood to frame the face. Geometric print in black and white shows how HiFast can bring out the pattern of the orint. these designs are by Leo Narducci Cor Guy JV, Wives Club To Install New Officers The Airman's Wives Club met Warch 7 for their regular meet- ng and semi - annual elections. New officers to be installed re president, Mrs. Ann Koch; ice president, Mrs. Marlene anham; secretary, Mrs. Beth orlun; treasurer, Mrs. Carolyn Gresham; member at large, VIrs. Kathy Phillips; and par- amentarian, Mrs. Kathy Caso. Attending as guests were Mrs Donna Shipley and Mrs. Polly Davidson. The installation dinner will be eld tomorrow evening at 7:30 .hi. at Kingsley Hall Service Club. A special guest at the meet- ng was Mrs. B. F. DeHann, wife of the Blytheville Air force Base commander. The next meeting will be a so jial to be held March 21 at Kingsley Hall at 7:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be the ire chief at the base. All wives of airmen are cordially invited to attend the meet ng. Class Has Supper The Willing Workers Sunday school Class of Beacon Baptist Church met Monday in the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene ?arrico for a pot luck supper o 11 o w e d by their regular monthly business meeting. Drew Hughey, president, call- the meeting to order and Rev. Richard Wiles led in prayer. There were 11 members pres- >nt. The devotional was given by Wayne Milligan. The next meeting will be hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milligan. Ladies View Style Show Hostesses for the Blytheville Country Club Ladies Day luncheon yesterday were Mrs. Charles Crigger III, Mrs. R. H. Watson, Mrs. B. R. Hays, Mrs. Lawrence Gambrell, Mrs. Charles Langston Sr., Mrs. Mrs. Paul Wood, Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. E. B. David. Entertainment consisted of a style show with fashions from Hays Store, Mrs. Joyce Nowell, fashion co-ordinator. Mrs. Byron Moore Sr. played piano selections as models entered from a divided gate which was deocrated in green, blue and white carrying out color scheme and exited through an arched doorway. Mrs. Clarence Johnson was commentator for the spring fashions modeled by Mrs. C. E. Campbell, Mrs. Bob Littrell, Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr., Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. Larry Lutz, Mrs. John Ed Regenold; Mrs. Jim Tulley, Mrs. Charles H e n s o n, Mrs. J i m Smotherman, Mrs. Leah Lewis Miss Patsy Hannon and Miss Ginger Gee. Mrs. John Kersnick presided and served as chairman for the day. Violet Club To Meet The African Violet Club wil meet Tuesday in the home o: Mrs. Lucy Thompson with Mrs Florence Braysacher as co-hos ess. All members have been urged to attend. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Hon. thru FrL-™°_ p - M Sat.-2:30- 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Turn out cakes and cookies on metal racks and allow to cool. If you turn out these baked products onto a plate or board I steam may make them soggy, Tri Deltas Will Honor Mrs. Adamson The local Tri Delta sorority alumnai will meet Monday, March 20, for a coffee in the home of Mrs. Oliver Coppedge. Mrs. Farris McCalla will be co- hostess. The coffee will be given in honor of Mrs. John Adamson of 'Little Rock, district chairman of Tri Delta. The area Tri Deltas who have not contacted local members are cordially invited to attend. Box Offica Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY "COVENANT W/TH DgATH"—with George Mafiaris and Katy Jurado (Not Classified) SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature (GA) Highway 61 South FUN AND Look tor the Go/den igg! FRI. • SAT. • DOUBLE FEATURE Blytheville, Ark. •'••••• SUN. X B0NUNCW UEMJM JMKMU1KE MLPBBELUMI AN EXPL STORY TODAY!' COLUMBIA SIVE PROFESSIONALS RICHARD BROOKS I COUJVMA ncwwswiwt MM/WBK3N*-TECHNICOtO».* i •——T •-rr>TT"'t3| PICTURES prH«nce MARLON BRANDO SAM SPIEGEL'S production of MIMWSION* TECHNICOLOR* OPENS 6:30 SHOW STARTS AT DUSK During March, the Drive-ln Will Be Open Fri days, Saturdays, Sundays Only. Starting April !st, Open Full Time PLUS ALL NEW HIGH ADVENTURE UK , HENRY-KOVAC1 ind Eastman coiflB SUN. TUES. 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