The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1967 · Page 4
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r Pag* four- Blytheville (Art.) CourlerNewg - Friday, Jum t, — Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Woman's Club Plans Schedule The Blytheville Woman's Club oxecutive board committee met in the home of the president, Mrs. Marcus Gaines, Wednesday. Mrs. Gaines presided over the business meeting. Mrs. H. C. Bush, chairman of the finance committee, present, ed the budget for the coming year and Mrs. F. L. Husband gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. James Lee, program chairman, announced the planned programs for the 1967-68 October, "Fine Arts and Crafts;" November, "Federation;" December, "International Affairs;" January, Miss Rebecca Sue Starnes Miss Rebecca Starnes to Wed Bruce E. Daniels in August Mr. and Mrs. Von K. Starnes of: Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Rebecca Sue Starnes, to Bruce Eugene Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Daniels, alSo of Blytheville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H; Taylor of Paragould and Mrs. Rtidy S. Myers of Memphis and the. late Claude C. Starnes of East St. Louis. rMiss Starnes is a 1964 graduate- of Blytheville High School where she was a member of the student council, vice-president of the Red Pepper Club, member of the Beta Club, Spanish Club, Masque and Gavel, annual staff, and was elected to the Valentine Court and chosen as an Altrusa Girl and Citizen of the Year. She attended college at State College of Arkansas at Conway and is presently employed by the First National Bank hi Blytheville. The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henry Hoffsteter and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Daniels, all of Pottsville. Mr. Daniels is also a 1964 graduate of Blytheville High School where he was a member of the basketball team, student council, Red Razzoo Club, "B" Club, and was president of his junior class, vice president of his senior class and a member of the National Honor Society- He is a senior at Hendrix College in Conway where he plays basketball and is a member of the "H" Club. The couple will be married Aug. 26 in an 8 p.m. candlelight ceremony to be performed at the East Side Church of Christ. 'Public Affairs;" February", "Interior Decorating and Home Life;" March, "Conservation Values and Uses of Cotton;" April, "Uses of Education;" and May, "Fine Arts, Music." The various projects in which the club participates were also announced. They are: Blytheville Woman's Club Scholarship Fund, Penny Arts Fund, Teachers Scholarship Fund, International Scholarship Fund, Arkansas Children's Coloney; CARE, Arthritis Fund, music Fund, Egyptian Music Camp Scholarship, Blytheville Division Council and School for the Blind. Piano Recital Is Presented Mrs. Elsie Wright presented a group of her piano students in a recital at her home, 808 Robindale, Sunday, May 28. Students presented were Kevin Gray, Bruce McSpadden, Randy Snow, Barry White, Diane Haynes, Melinda Darnel, Hene Bunn, Brenda Buna, Rachael Robertson, Rene Robertson, Valarie Jackson, Debra Cook and Susan Peterson. Students of Blytheville Air Force Base were presented in recital May 29. They were Linda Wallace, Freda Wallace, Jill Campbell, Lynn Biancardi, Lynn Eliott, Bruce Eliott, Amy Benson; Narsh Benson, Kathy Frye, Connie Heath, Jenifer Pierce, Elizabeth Carryer and Patricia Carryer. Following each presentation, refreshments of cake, cookies and punch were served to guests attending. its of News if perional | liniiKiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiinttiiiiiiiii Susan and Jerry Henderson underwent a tonsilectomy this week at the Chickasawba Hospital. Charles Franklin Stahr of Manila will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy in commencement exercises Sunday at Little Rock University. Variety Club To Have Dance The Variety Club will hold their monthly dance tomorrow ight at the Women's Club Golden Age Club Meets The Golden Age Club met last night in the home of Mrs. Allie Cole with 11 members and two guests, Mrs. Bess Roberts of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss Shelly Baker, attending. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Mollie Kinning- iam, vice-president, who presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Emily Conley. Mrs. Adams presented a reading and Mrs. Viola Morris and Mrs. Kinningham entertained ;he group with a duet. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Leona Mullins. The group enjoyed singing. The next meeting will be a Business meeting to elect new officers and an apron party with Mrs. Kinningham and Mrs. M. W. Lewis as co-hostess. Miss Baker, the granddaughter of Mrs. Cole, assisted her serving refreshments t« the members. Mrs. Hawks Gives Program The home of Mrs. John Clouse was the setting this week for the meeting of the Eastside Garden Club. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. W. L. Bowen. Introduced as a guest was Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Bertie Hawks presented the program entitled, "Summer Annuals, When Plant Them. and How ta A demonstration on free-style arrangements was given by Bridge Winners Announced Winners in master point bridge grames parly last night at Shamrock Lanes were Mrs. Charles Langston and Mrs. Douglas Donoho first place; Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. King Tetley, second place; and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs F. E. Black, third place. tfr. and Mrs. Homer Smith; vlr. and Mrs. Donald Quarles, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Williamson ml Mr. and Mrs. George T. Slaughter. Providing entertainment will ie the Joe Kene Band of Kennett, Mo. Mrs. Dorris Allen. The next meeting will be July 6 with Mrs. Otto Bradberry. Don't crowd the skillet when 'ou are browning meatballs; eave room to shake the meat- jails in the pan so they will keep heir round shape. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week FRIDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY • MONDAY (GA) with songs and adventures A in mad mod |J tr COMING ICON TO THE KITS KIGHT ON THI LAM - With Bob H*p* * FhjllU Dilltr THE CORRUPT ONES - With Robtrt gtoek * Elk* gnmmer DONT MAKE WAVES - With Tony Cvtta * CUudJm Ctfdlatb •OMBM - W«fc «M! Ntwmtm Building in Walker Park. Host and hostesses will be Beauty Briefs Pamper Your Eyes Pamper your eyes with gen tie, careful cleansing and thorough make-up removal. Don't rub, scrub or tug at the delicate skin around the eye and lid. To regain a bright, clear- eyed look, try a trick used by photographic models and make decongcstant eye drops part o, your regular beauty routine. Ap ply eye drops in each eye before you add accents, such as liner, shadow and mascara. I works visiby, while you watch to restore sparkle and adds to clarity and expressiveness. Give those lightly cooked car rot'strips a quick pickling! Mar Inate them in a mixture of sug ar, salt, vinegar and a bay lea or two. STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 - 7:80 p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL,,.-.,™ , iNtfll FONHM .PAHftVISIOH' •COLOB — AND — "Die Monster Die" SUN. • MON. • TUES. M* S Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA FRI. And SAT. .RICHARD I WlDMJERI BUY I And SUN. « MON. • TUES Brown-LeComptc Wedding Attendants Are Honored Miss Sara Ann Brown bride- lect of Charles UCompte, and er bridesmaids were honored Tuesday at 1 p.m. at a luncheon n the Green Room of the Blythe- ille Country Club. Hostesses were Mrs. 3. C. Els, Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. and Miss Janie Ellis. The head table was centered jith a floral arrangement of white stock, painted aqua aisles and babies' breath. The 'mirror over the buffet leld aqua love birds with satin ibbon and maline. Extending rom the birds were satin treamers bearing the name of ie bride and groom-to-be, "Sa. a and Charles" in silver gliter. The buffet under the mirror eld a large white wedding bell ecorated with aqua roses nes- ed in aqua babies' breath. The luncheon table was cov- red with a white linen cloth nd centered with twin white wedding bells of which the clap- >ers were aqua roses. They were topped with roses and ovebirds. Places were marked by min- ature wedding bells with aqua oses. The bridesmaids being honor- d were Miss Mary Elizabeth Brown, sister of the bride-elect who was maid of honor, Miss Margaret Wiese of Pine Bluff, Vliss Patti Pettit of Springfield, Wo., Mrs. Cathey Storey of Hot Slings and Miss Sandra Saliba and Miss Ann Robinson, both f Blytheville. Other guests attending were Mrs. Lowell Williams of Mem- his, Miss Pam Arnold of Camon, Miss Joanie Manning of Wynne, Miss Josephine Cure of Blytheville and Mrs. Dick Ritchy of Jonesboro. Honored guests were Mrs. J. Yank Brown, mother of the bride - elect and Mrs. L. K. Sloomer of Oklahoma, aunt of he bride-elect. Miss Brown presented each oi. her attendants with natural, learl choklets and as keepsakes | white velvet lovebirds decorated with seed pearls, sequins and crystal beads. Tucked under the wings of each handmade lird was a piece of lace from ler bridal gown. She presented the other guests, including the hostesses, with handmade heart • shaped pin cushions embroidered with sequins, seed pearls and crystal beads. A piece of lace from her dress was also attached to these. The hostesses' gift to Miss Brown was a sterling silver wine cooler. They also presented her with a white cymbidium corsage, and her mother with a white carnation corsage trimmed in aqua. Miss Brown and Mr. Le Compte were married Wednes day evening at the First Christian Church. first - tlmeri Invariably wind up with burns and blisters that can mar hand beauty. A golf glove is one helpful precautioa against sucn skin irritations. Also carry a little tube of antiseptic first - aid cream a n d a f adhesive strips in your pocket. The soothing cream quickly relieves pain of burns and bis- ters and protects from dirt or further damage. Beauty Briefs Quick Relief of Burns Golf and tennis interest more women each summer, and most RazorJbock's Guest for Today: MR. & MRS. JOE NORTON of Manila Are invited to be our guest to enjoy »ny dinner on our menu FREE. Saturday's Speial! Assorted Cold Fruit Plate With OE|{ Sherbert WVJ» Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. MAIN OWENS DRUG STORE 523 NORTH SIXTH LAST TIME TODAY 'GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH" — with James Stewart, Betty Hutton and Cornel SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE TECHNICOLOR* FROM WARNER BflOL OPENS AT 7:45 - SHOW STARTS AT DUSK SUN. • MON. • TUES. OPENS 7:45 SHOW STARTS AT DUSK HI WAY DRUGS MAIN AT DIVISION MALL DRUG STORE DAY SHOPPING CENTER (OPENING SOON) OWENS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 527 North Sixth — Located in Rainwater-Workman Clinic YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORES —5 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS— "Filling Your Prescription Is The Most Important Part Of Our Business." What's he earning^ Blytheville Courier News

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