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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Blytheville, Arkansas Art courier hews a saturday november 16, hot rage three Jayc ettes Alert Blytheville Jayc ettes met to us Day n 1 g h t in the Jaycee clubroom for their regular monthly business meeting. President mrs. Frank Sparks opened the meeting with prayer followed by the a Aucette Creed. Roll Call and minutes were read by mrs. Wayne Sanders. Mrs. Sparks welcomed a new member mrs. Jerry Mitchell. The treasurers report was Given by mrs. Bob White. Correspondence letters from Carlina Maier state vice presi Dent Betty Keller state historian Benton Jayc ettes red Cross and Mississippi county tuberculosis association were read by mrs. Curtis Corder. Standing committee reports were Given and mrs. White gave a report on the District meeting held nov. 3. It was announced that or s. Herbert Hughes will be chairman of the thanksgiving Basket project. Mrs. Richard Farmei gave a talk a speak up Jayc ettes. Plans were discussed and made for the club s annual a Santa clause a project. Mrs. Farmer was hostess. Recipient of the door prize was mrs. Ray Gill. The next meeting will be dec. 2 at 7 30 . In the Jaycee clubroom. Horn a Kos a fashions new fashion image . Meeting notes la Flat Lake Extension h o makers club met thursday i n the Home of mrs. Raymond Zachry with mrs. C m. Abbott As co hostess. Sixteen members one new member mrs Eugene Hall and three visitors mrs. Mable Lunsford mrs. Mary Lou White and mrs Emma Lou Fitzgerald attended the covered a i s h luncheon. Roll Call was answered by each member telling what she would like to study next year. The devotional was Given by mrs. Viola Morris. The song of the month a Over the River and through the Wood a led by mrs. . Peek was followed by the Leader reports and a report from the nominating committee. Eye openers were shown by mrs. Zachry mrs. Bertie Hawks mrs. Robert Hall mrs. Clyde Davie mrs. . Scherer and mrs. Abbott. Recipient of the door prize was mrs. Scherer. The meeting was dismissed by All members repeating the club Creed. The next meeting will be in the Home of miss Pearl Lee dec. 12. Bid strict adj Xiii arg Njaa fleeting Blytheville Junior auxiliary met tuesday at the auxiliary House on Moultrie drive with mrs. George Fisher presiding. Mrs. Robert Childress introduced Blytheville police chief George Ford who reviewed a film a Patch the this film will be shown by the Junior auxiliary in co operation with the police department in All kindergartens and primary grades in the City. Reports of various committee chairmen were Given. Mrs. Fisher presented four new provisional members to the group. They Are mrs. Bill Tomlinson mrs. Jim Hill mrs. Earl Smith and mrs. Kemp Whisenhunt or. Mrs. C. C. Langston will be in charge of the six month training period for the provisional members. Mrs. Roy Bray social chairman announced plans for a luncheon to be held nov. 21 at Blytheville country club in Honor of the new members. Mrs. Jerry Hearn director of Blytheville Junior auxiliary kindergarten for seven years will also be honoured. The next regular meeting will be held on dec. To. A my we these designs Mode in Hong Kong show the versatility of the manufacturers and the Superb styling and workmanship the Colony is capable of producing. Already established As a manufacturing Center in fashion Hong Kong is now planning to exploit the talents of its manufacturers and its Young students to Moke it the design Center of Asia. Coming events wefts dues Ait District five conference of Parent teacher association will be held tuesday at t h e Jaycee clubroom. Approximately 35 units will be represented by four counties Mississippi Cross Crittenden and Poinsett. The theme of the program will be a operation juvenile those participating on the1 program will be d. E. Young juvenile director of Mississippi county mrs. Joe Basore state vice president of Pat and a panel of youth from the area. Moderators will be Bob Brashier and Mack h. Todd. Registration will Start at 9 30 a ., the meeting will begin at to . And lunch will be served at 12 30 . Mrs. Human hosts meeting the Broadmoor Garden club met tuesday in the Home o f mrs. Paul human with mrs. Sam Haynes As co hostess. Mrs. Garry Brewer was introduced As a new member. A report was Given by the president mrs. De Cunningham on the workday held oct. 15. Winner of the door prize was mrs. Joe Beckman. For the program each member brought a Christmas decoration or gift and explained How it was made. The next meeting will be a Christmas luncheon. Woe cd. M,.i Circle seven of women of first presbyterian Church met thursday night at the Home of mrs. Barry Ball. Ten members and two guests attended. Mrs. John d. Mcdowell j r., moderated the study a preparation for Jesus ministry a taken from the Book of Luke. The t emphasis was Given by mrs. Walker Milam hostess for the december meeting will be mrs. Milam. Wms has meeting the Nazarene world Mission Ary society met at the Church thursday night for their regular monthly meeting with mrs. Harold Thompson presiding. The opening prayer was Given by mrs. Paul Lawrence and the devotional taken from the tenth chapter of romans was Given by mrs. Steve Eatmon. Mrs. Thompson discussed Box work for missionaries in Africa. The study a your work in Mexico a was Given by Charlotte Mitchell. The closing Brayer was Given by Rev. C. H. Porter. Violet club african Violet club will meet tuesday at 2 . In the Home of miss Lucy Thompson with mrs. Florence Breysacher As co hostess. By Helen Hennessy Nea women a editor new York Nea bad news always gets around faster than Good and so the Low end of Hong Kong a mass produced imports to the United states a cheap often Sleazy and badly sized a put a stigma on the a made in Hong Kong Label which was far from deserved. Many of the most Beautiful fashions worn both Here and in Europe were made in Hong Kong. And the Superb Workman ship and incomparable fabrics used Are Hallmarks of Quality. Mrs. Susan Yuen executive director of t h e federation of Hong Kong industries said that Hong Kong is now concentrating on the High end of their fashion production and acceptance of the Hong Kong Label is Here among top european and american designers and manufacturers. They Are now pleased to have their fashions appear with a made in Hong Kong for a a stitched into the garment. One Well known French Couturier Jacques Esterel has just signed a contract with Lotus creations ltd., whereby the Hong Kong firm will manufacture an exclusive selection of his dresses suits and Coats for Export to the United states great Britain and Scandinavia. The contract according to the Hong Kong Trade development Council states that if the test period proves successful Esterel will progressively Transfer a 11 the manufacturing of his designs to Hong Kong. The Colony has been a manufacturing Center for Many years. Now it plans to Cut its Teeth on designing and is getting Down to the Job of promoting its own designs and making its manufacturers design rather than a a copy conscious. Mrs. Yuen was Here in new York on the first leg of a trip around the world to look at design houses design facilities and especially methods of design education. She visited Parsons school of design and the fashion Institute of technology for the purpose of learning How we go about teaching our students. A we should have done this kind of thing Long ago a she said. A we have valuable assets to exploit. A the chinese people have a Long history of Art and creative design. Wehn we have held competitions among Young school children their great natural ability has been apparent. But they lose this later because our educational system has not developed mrs. Yuen is now gathering ideas from around the world on education in this area. A we will now develop this Talent in our Young people and have also set up a design Center for our own last year the Hong Kong festival of fashions was instituted and fashion writers from Many countries came to see what was offered. The consensus was that Hong Kong is now a fashion Center that must be reckoned with. And As a free port it is in a position to utilize fabrics from All Over the world. It has already surpassed Italy in exporting knitwear to the United states and holds second place in rain Wear Export. A we now want to encourage designers a mrs. Yuen said a because we feel we have the capability of becoming the d a sign Center of Asia. And while we Are educating our own Talent we Are importing designers ourselves. A a in a out now body snatching teachers a she said a just got one from Parsons a a girl born in mrs. Yuen believes that Hong Kong should develop clothes with an Oriental feeling but Bear in mind that the Market will be International. A so t h e Oriental touch should not be Gimmicky but just enough for attractive diminutive Susan Yuen feels the High Collar o f the Oriental dress improves posture and therefore adds elegance to a woman a looks. She had an interesting note to add about the women the live in Hong Kong. A everyone can Tell when her Friend is wearing last years dress. The height of the Collar the sleeve length and the depth of the slits change each monday Dell methodist woman a society of Christian service Church 7 30 . Dell Baptist woman i a sinary society. Wesleyan service Guild of first United methodist Church charter dinner Fellowship Hall 6 30 . Woman s society of Christian service of first United methodist Church. 2 00 . Women a society of Christian circles meeting in Homes Circle no. I a mrs. A. H. Webb Arkmo state line Circle no. 2 a mrs. F. E Black 911 West main Circle no. 3 a mrs. R. A. Porter 120 North tenth Circle no. 4 a maps. Fred Fleeman 423 Madison Circle no. 5 a mrs. E. B. Gee or n. Highway 61 Circle no. 6 a mrs. George Pyles 911 West Hearn 8 00 . Circle no. 7 a mrs. Marcus Gaines a 730 East main first Baptist woman i s sinary society. Family Fellowship supper first Christian Church 7 30 p. In. Episcopal Church women. Blytheville very Little theatre hospitality room Arkansas Missouri Power co. Tops razorback trivet its club hospitality room first National Bank 7 30 . Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 18, roof Hall 8 . Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards 7 30 . Presbyterian women of Church. Girl scout troop 140, 4 . Tuesday new Liberty Baptist woman a Polly s pointers by Polly Cramer by Polly Cramer dear Polly a when my Bank statement has been reconciled i put the cancelled checks Back in the Check Book Accord ing to the numbers on the stubs and attach them to t h e stubs with Clear plastic tape. When a Check Book is completed i file it in my desk drawer. This is the simplest and most thorough Way i have found to file cancelled checks. A Margaret dear Polly mrs. L. M. B. Could try using neat of o o t Oil on the sole of her shoe that squeaks. That usually helps a lot. Mrs. W. H. H. Missionary society Alpha Alpha chapter Beta Sigma Phi. Gamma Alpha chapter Beta Sigma Phi. Alpha Delta chapter Beta Sigma Phi. Xixi chapter Beta Sigma Phi. Blytheville Rainbow Assembly 38, masonic Temple 7 30 . African Violet club Home of miss Lucy Thompson a Lone Oak Extension Home makers club. Blytheville or. High Parent teacher association. Golden Rule and men s Bible class of Beacon Baptist Church social 7 30 . Dell kiwanis school cafe orium 8 . Contract club. Tuesday Bridge club i . Tuesday club 1 30 wednesday spares and pairs class o f first presbyterian Church. Wednesday Bridge club i porn. Thursday Golden age club 7 30 . Thursday supper club american legion hut 9 . Tuesday dessert Bridge club la a. In. Blytheville duplicate Bridget league Shamrock lanes 7.30 . Friday chapter a peo. Saturday Blytheville duplicate Bridge league Shamrock lanes 1 15 . 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Calvin Goodman of Blytheville. Remember pay your paper boy your Friendly theatre Osceola last time today Quot Anzio Quot a Sun. A . A tues. Day of terror Mem Glenn fore Ai co starring Farthur Dean Kennedy Jagger a mnav6kmmdmnrocdtor_ big 8x10 your child s portrait living color grader s Reg. $14.95 value Only 99 plus Small handling select your Choice of pose from natural color prints 3 Days Only nov. 18,19,20 dress the children colourful for the remainder of the season the drive in will be open on Friday saturday amp sunday. One of Arkansas finest Heaters continuous showing daily from 2 Phi. Last time today five card stud Quot a with Dean Marlin amp Robert Mitchum a my sunday and monday a my coming soon to Ritz half a sixpence a with Tommy Steele a Julie Foster Uve a utile. Love a Little a with Elvis Presley gnome Mobile a with Walter Brennan

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