The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 19, 1967
Page 4
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. »»»»•«• (Art.) ft*** K** - Monjiy, Jw»« ». — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Miller Home Is Luncheon Setting The home of Mrs. John Miles Miller in Blytheville provided the setting June 10 for a luncheon honoring the feminine attendants in the Marcia Partm- Frank Jewel) wedding party. Hostesses were Mrs. Miller, Mrs E. W. Noland of Dell, Mrs. Bill" Kerner of Dell and Mrs. Charles Armstrong of Dell. Attending as special guests were Mrs. Dallas Brownlee, mother of the bride, Mrs. Robert W. Jewell, mother of the groom. Mrs. Charles W. Fowler of Little Rock and Mrs. Ernest DiCicco of Dell, aunt of the bride. For the occasion Miss Partin chose a two piece orange linen ensemble with navy blue accessories. She and the two mothers were presented corsages of red roses. Places were marked with cards decorated with wedding rings and the luncheon table held a miniature bride and groom and an arrangement of roses which were also placed throughout the entertaining rooms. The hostesses presented Miss Partin with an electrical appli- Methodists Welcome Minister Rev. William C. Haltom, pastor of the Indian Hills Methodist Church in North Little Rock for the past 'hree years, is the new pastor of the Wilson Methodist Church. Rev. Haltom, his wife Barbara and their children, Jeffrey (Rhonda and Jenifer, arrived in Wilson last Wednesday. In addition to the Indian Hills Church, Rev. Haltom has served churches in La Margue and Pasadena, Tex., and Hen- ! drix Hills Methodist Church in Fort Smith. New Officers Are Elected New officers for the 65th MMS Wives Club were elected Friday during their monthly meeting at the Kingsley Hall Service Club. Mrs. Mary Allice Massey was chosen as club chairman and Mrs. Shirley Halstead as treasurer. Serving as head of the visitation committee will be Mrs. Kathryn Frye. News reporter is Mrs. Vonne Lazader, in charge of farewell gifts is Mrs. Marlene Rhodes with Mrs. Gladys Mall or y being responsible for sending occasional cards. Out-going officers are Mrs. Midge Miller, Mrs, Kathryn Frye, Mrs. Mary Alice Massey, Mrs. Linda Ash and Mrs. Jackie Conners. Farewell gifts of silver plates •with the club name and date inscribed on each, were presented to Mrs. Midge Miller, Mrs. Betty Davis and Mrs. Jackie Conners. Following the business meeting refreshments were served to the 13 members attending by the hostess, Mrs. Frye. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Marlene Rhodes and Mrs Phyllis Dolse. The next meeting will be at 1 p.m. on July 14 at Kingsley Hall with Mrs. Halstead and Mrs. Johnnie Hall as hostesses Widner, 709 Broadmoor Boulevard Circle No. 2 - Mrs. N.. P. Marshall, 1104 Broadmoore Bou- evard Circle No. 3 — Mrs. Vernon 3oyd, 1024 Pecan Avenue Dell Methodist WSCS Trinity Baptist WMU Masonic Wives Club Episcopal Churchwomen Dell Baptist WMU Birthday Celebrated Brenda Senter was entertained on her ninth birthday with a skating party at the Walker Park Roller Drome Saturday. There were 20 guesls attending. Game Winners were Bill Gryner, Patty Sciessell and Brenda Senter. Miss Senter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Senter of Keiser. Luxora News By Mrs. A. J. Hill A. W. Walls, J. H. Hughes and Murry Richardson are patients in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Rev. Jimmy Stevens and family returned home Monday from M'iami, Fla., where they attended the Baptist convention. Mrs. Myrtle Edwards is visiting Mrs. Harry McGinnis of Little River for a few days. Mrs. Adele Shibley.of Dayton, Tenn., is visiting her brother, William George. George Isbel! is a patient in the Osceola Memorial Hospital. The First Baptist Church WMU met fo ra Royal Service program this week at the church. The program was enittled. Baptists in Pioneer Missions, USA." Mrs. Shirley Bryean was the leader and Mrs. Hubert Rush and Mrs. J. H. Thweatt were hostesses for the social hour which followed. The next meeting will be July 3 at the home of Mrs. Walter Wood. Mrs. A. J. Hill will lead the program and Mrs. Irene Raper will give the call to prayer. Homemakers Leave Room for Big Sheets King- or queen - sized sheets mean a change in your laundry habits, their supersize means double the space your smaller sheets take up in the washer- dryer. Leave enough room so sheets are swirled clan. It is Coming Events Monday Circles of the Woman's So ciety of Christian Service o: First Methodist Church meet in the following homes: Circle No. 1— Mrs. Tom A Little, Jr., — 1025 West Main. Circle No. 2 - Mrs. W R Campbell, 1122 West Main. Circle No 3 - Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, 1001 North Division. Circle No. 4 - Mrs. F. E. Scott, 1000 North Sixth. Circle No. 5 — Mrs. Leonard Johnson, 1017 Holly. Circle No. 6 - Mrs. J. W. Adams, 1140 West Heara First Baptist Day Circles meet in the following homes: Circle No. 1 — Mrs. Byron Moore, 2508 West Rose Street Circle No. 2 - Mrs. Kendall Berry, 1123 North Fifth Streeet Circle No. 3 — Mrs. Raymond Zachry, 1300 Chickasawba Avenue Circk No. 4 — Mrs. Raymond Zachry, 1300 Chk*a»awba Avt- BIM Circk No. » — MM. b. A. Dougherty, B* North Fifth Itrett Circle No. « - Mr*. Byren Moore, 2608 We* Row Street Cirek No. T - Mm. K. D. M*rr, f 16 Eart Walnut Street Circle No. t - Mrs. Hayf Sut- Bvan, Burdett* Circk No. 9 - Mn. J. W. Rayder, 1101 Holly Street 8:30 P.M. - Brotherhood Supper Meeting ia Fellowship Hall. 1:00 P.M. — Deacon*' Meeting 7:30 P.M. - Night W.M.S. Circlet meet hi the following homes' Circle No. 1 - Mri. J. D. THERE'S GLAMOR IN SWIMSUITS THIS SEASON. Slitter-shape maillot suit (left) goes high in front and low, low in back with well-calculated contours wending their velvet way between the two. A teardrop cutout at the throat adds to the bare illusion. Victorian bikini (center) is minifloral-printed in proper Victorian colors and very, very bare. Matching coverup has.tmy^lace scallops bordering the neckline and cuffs. White polka dots in bright colors light up the stretch, slip-on hip- rider (right). These are all Jantzen designs. best to make a load of one large sheet and several items. Shades from Scraps Turn a pastic • coated shade into a decorative feature in a child's room. Cut animal flower shapes from scraps printed, washable wallpaper or fabric and glue them onto the smaller shade. You calso can cut out your child's art work and attach it to the shade for variety. Unque Room Divider Colorful decorative braid can be used as a room divider. Select braid in three or four col-, ors that will complement your 1 room color scheme. Stretch each length from floor to ceiling and secure top and bottom ends with glue, thumbtacks or transparent adhesive tape. Leave space between each length of braid for a true divider effect. Husband Fottler Brides, always have the table set When your, husband comes borne from work. This makes him think things are on schedule, even if they are not. Fashion Tips Matched for Summer Because it leads guch a ver- satle life, the costume makes many plans for a busy summer when done beautifully in cottoa with important surface interest like a Jacquard or dotted effect. Sleeveless dresses com* with matching jackets or full- length coats — take your choice For dress-up occasions, what better choice than a crepe dress peeking through its own lac* coat? If a recipe calls for one cup of fine cornflake crumbs, you'll need to crush four cups of cornflakes to make the required number of crumbs. Frozen whole peeled potatoes can go into that stew or around a roast and save you preparation time. 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