The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1968 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 17, 1968
Page 8
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Vaga Eight - Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, June_1MM»_ Miss Mryna Jane Henry Miss Henry Engaged To Ralph W. Moak The wedding of Miss Myrna Jean Henry and Ralph Wayne Moak will be solemnized Aug. 17 at Leachville Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Price Henry of Leachville and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emmanuel Moak of Memphis. , The bride-elect was graduated from Leachville High School and attended Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She is employed by Ivers and Pond Piano Company in Memphis. The prospective groom was graduated from Columbia Military Academy in Columbia, Tenn., and attended Memphis State University. He is employed by Southern Bell Telephone Company in Memphis. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MON. And TUES. Relax Go To a Movie Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA MON. And TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE "The Silencers" with Dean Martin "The Texan" with Audie Murphy A Health Report From Jim aza WHAT IS HISTOPLASMOS1S? U is a fungus infection of the lungs contracted by breathing contaminated dust. It is more likely to be found in rural areas than in urban, since this fungus affects animals also. It tends to be a comparatively mild, but chronic, sickness. Most cases offer no serious problem. Its danger is that It can be confused with tuberculosis and some people having it are afraid to go to a physician fearing a tuberculosis diagnosis. Never have any fear when visiting a physician. The least he can do is to help you livo longer and more comfortably. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when yon need a medicine. Pick up your prescription tf shopping nearby, or wo will deliver promptly without extra charge, A great many peoplu entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound and dispense yours? Plaza WALGREEN AGENCY Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Ph. PO 3-4507 Blythevillt Coming Emits Monday Dell Methodist, Women's Society of Christian Service, 7:30 p.m. at the church. First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Society Night Circles meet in the following homes: Cirlce One, Miss Mayo Justus; Circle Two, Mrs. J.W. Widner; and Circle Three, Mrs. John Tyrone. First Baptist Women's Missionary Society Day Circles i eo t in the following home: Circle One, Mrs. J.C. Lee; Cirle Two, Mrs. Adolph Heinicke; Jircle Three, Mrs. Robert Hall; Circle Four, Dr. Edna Nies; lircle Five, Mrs. J. L. Nabors; lircle Six, Mrs. Frank Huffman ind Circle Seven, Mrs. George 'ollock. First Baptist Church Beginners Sunbeams, 1:30 p.m. First Baptist Church deacon's meeting at 8 p.m. in senior high department. First United Methodist Church Vomen's Society of Christian Service Circle meetings. Circles One through Six meet at 2 p.m., and Circle Seven meets at 7:30 p.m. Circle One, Mrs. Tommy Young; Circle Two, Mrs. C. E. ijoseley Jr.; Circle Three, Mrs. V. T. Rainwater; Circle Four, tlrs. Ray Harrison; Circle Five, Mrs. W. L. Horner; Circle Six, Mrs. Ernest Roe and Circle Seven, Mrs. Charles Carter. Wesleyan Service Guild of 'irst United Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m. at the church for msiness and program meeting. Episcopal Chruchwomen. First Christian Church family fellowship supper, 7:30 p.m. at ;he church. filytheville Very Little Thea,re, Hospitality Room, Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. Rebekah Lodge 18, 8 p.m. I- OOF Hall. T op s Razorback Trimettes Club, Hospitality Room, First National Bank 7:30 p.m. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday First Baptist Church Family Skating Party, Walker Park Roller Drome from 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club. African Violet CI u b 2 p.m. home of Mrs. Russell Wert. Golden Rule and Men's Bible Class of Beacon Baptist Church. Blytheville Rainbow Assembly 38, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association Scramble, 9 a.m. Contract Club. Tuesday Bridge Club. Dell Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m. school cafetorium. Yarbro Baptist Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 p.m. at the church. Trinity Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 p.m. at the church for general meeting and program. Spares and pairs Class ol First Presbyterian Church al the church. Down One Bridge Club, 1 p m. Thursday Thursday Supper Club, 9 p. m. American Legion Hut. Golden Age Club, 7:30 p.m.. home of Mrs. Molly Kinningham. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers at the clubhouse. Thursday Club. Blytheville Duplicate Bridgi League, 7:30 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Friday Friday Bridge Club. Chapter N, P.E.O. First United Methodist Churcl Ladies Bible Class, 2 p.m. Saturday Blytheville Duplicate BridgL League, 1:15 p. m. Razorback Restaurant. Blytheville Air Force Base Gliders Round Dance Club 7:30 p.m. Kingsley Hall. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Homemak- a covered dish luncheon Tuesday in the Yarbro Extension ers Club met for IN AND AROUND •-BI YiHHVil I E Social and Perrona/ Among those called here due i Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. David to the death of Mrs. Ethel Al- Prince and family of Little i ford rf Mrs. IX ^Abbott with— - Mr. and Mrs. Wes Rock. L. H. Autry Jr., director, Ar- \ ersburg, Teim., daughter of Mr. Kansas Rehabilitation Services '• and Mrs. lulas Davis of Dyers. for the Blind, will attend the! burg and granddaughter of Mr..; annual conference of the Ar-'lanti Mrs. R. E. Davis of B!y-; kansas Chapter of the National ! theville, has made the presi-, Rehabilitation Association in ] dent's list for the soring semes-' Hot Springs June 19 through ter af Mississippi State College Mrs. Robert W. Thompson as co-hostess. Twelve members attended. Mrs. Henry Pollard, president presided over the meeting and gave the thought of the month. Following group singing, -Mrs. Gene McGuire gave the devotional. The eye - opener shown was a hand embroidered table cloth and afghan holder. Roll call was answered with each member saying something ;ood about a member or friend lilting on their right. Mrs. Abbott gave a talk on he care of lawns and Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave a talk on food misoning. The treasurer's report was by Mrs. Ellis Wheeler. Mrs. Orville McGuire gave he dismissal prayer followed V an auction during the social our. The next meeting will be July 9 in the home of Mrs. McGuire. and Mrs. Robert Plaxico of Memphis; Litib and Melissa Prince of! Rock are spending a! month with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bond, Mr. j Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Higgins.. and Mrs. Jerry Gilmore and Michael Ray Haynes, son of; Mr. and Mrs. Donald SantellJMr. and Mrs. Howard Haynes,' and daughter, all of St. Louis; was dismissed recently from Clark Gilmore of Illinois, Mr.' Chickasawba Hospital, and Mrs. .Pete Gilmore andj Attending the Third Artists res of Blytheville Air Force Base were recent guests at Rosedown Plantation and Gar- family and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas DeRae and family, all of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Cassby of Manila and Mrs. Pearl Alford and Madie Hurt, both of Obion, Tenn. Registry Show at Books Art Gallery in Memphis were Mack and Elizabeth McClanahan and Mrs. Brenda Haynes. They went especially for the opening of the art show in C. W. Pulley was in Malestte,j w i,i c h Elizabeth Be i, id Me- Tenn., Sunday to visit his moth-i cianahan was one of the four er, Mrs. Fannie Pulley, who is artists featured. Town and Country Extension Momemakers Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. C. C. llliott for a luncheon. Nine members and two guests Wrs. Maude Smith and Mrs. Tom Haslett of Leachville, at;ended. Mrs. Tanna Richardson, president, called the meeting to order and opened the meeting by reciting a poem. Roll call was answered by iach member telling something *ood about the person on their right. The group sang "Good Ole Summertime." Mrs. Jerry Hearn gave the devotional. Leader reports were given by Mrs. Weldon McCann on home furnishings, Mrs. N, C. Patterson on landscaping and Mrs. Frank Coats on food. Mrs. R. L. Adkinson gave the treasurer's report and a demonstration on making laundry carts. Mrs. Elliott showed eye-open- rs. Mrs. Bob Smaltz was game winner during the recreation period. Plans were also discussed for a club picnic. The meeting closed with the E. H. Club Creed. Mrs. Hearn will be hostess for ihe July 10 meeting. He was accompanied home by his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Privett, who had been visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McClain and children of Scott, Miss., spent the weekend with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Cofield of Albertville, Ala., returned lome Monday after a week-end visit with their son, Charles Cofield, Mrs. Cofield and children. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby-Stokes and daughters, Pain and Deb- )ie of Jacksonville, Fla., arrived Friday for a visit with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nicholas of Dell. Mr. Stokes will be attending school for six weeks in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Delaney of Mountain View, Ark., are visiting her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard and children. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Higgins of Baltimore, Md., arrived Saturday for a week's visit with Fletcher Higgins, and family. Other week-end guests-of the Higgins were Mr. and Mrs. Alford Mayhan, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mayhan, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Mayhan and son, and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hatfield, all of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Bengy Higgins and family of Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Rice'of Brownsville, Mr. and Mrs. Mack McClanahan and daughter, Lauren have moved to Blytheville from Alton, Mo., Mr. and Shari Martel Celebrates Birthday Shari Martel celebrated her seventh birthday with a party Wednesday at Walker Park Roller Drome. Fourteen guests attended. Ellen Cobb and Cara Johnson were game winners. Shari is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Martel Jr. B&PW Club Has Picnic Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs Howard Caldwcll for a picnic. Mrs. Madalynne Vancleve president, presided over a business meeting. A play on the recent convention in Hot Springs was given by members that attended the convention. The next meeting will be an installation banquet June 25 ai the Holiday Inn. Mrs. McClanahan will teach art in the Senath, Mo., school system. Miss Reba Gail Davis of Dy- Third Birthday Is Celebrated Mrs. James Rhodes entertained with a party in her home Thursday honoring her grandson, Gerald Rhodes Jr., on his third birthday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rhodes of Jonesboro. The 20 guests attending were given favors of party hats, balloons and whistles. Polly's Pointers By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY - I had an asthmatic child and used roller- type window shades in pretty colors and designs.' These can be wiped with a damp cloth and disinfectant. Even decals could be put on plain shades. I used ceramic wall plaques that could be wiped off easily. Nylon throw rugs can be washed often and work well. I made pillowcases for foam pillows out of bright materials that were as lint - free as possible. A layer of cheesecloth was placed over the furnace vent, under the grille, to capture dust. Every day, winter and summer, the room was aired and every few weeks everything, including mattress and springs, was thoroughly cleaned and aired. Seersucker makes a good bedspread — never use chenille as that is fuzzy and creates lint. All this is a lot of work but it pays off. Instead of buying fuzzy animals we also chose ceramic horses and animals which children love. Stripping a child's room to nothingness creates an emotional problem which to some children seems almost as bad as dust but a child must be kept a happy child. — ALICE They, are residing at 1200 Chickasawba. Miss Monique Wood, daugh ! ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wood Jr. of Crossett, was dismissed recently from Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Maurice Quertermous left this week for a visit in St. Louis with her son. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones left Wednesday for a visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Otha Kennedy and family in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Thomas Johnson and children of Ozark, Ark., are spending the summer with her larents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 3ailey of Blytheville. Mr. Johnson spent the weejt- end in Blytheville. Mrs. C. H. Williams and sons, Dale and Larry, are visiting in Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Estil Williams and family of Blytheville Air Force Base will be leaving soon for Athena, Ala., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Deward Harris are spending the week in Memphis with their son and daugh- :er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Poff re- .urned home Sunday after a week's visit in Bloomingdale, ffich., with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cross. Mrs. Carlton Petty and daugh- :ers of. Charlotte, Tenn., spent ;he weekend with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Norman Sage, and their son. were with Mrs. Rhodes assisted by the mothers of the guests. Patio and, yard games were played following refreshments. A special guest was the honoree's great aunt, Mrs. Virginia Carner. GRAND OPENING PEGGIE'S BEAUTY SALOH DAY SHOPPING CENTER — PHONE PO 3-9404 100 BUDGET-COLD-WAVES-INCLUDING SHAMPOO AND SET—$4.50. GUARANTEED BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS, if customer appoints for 1st shampoo and set following cold-wave given. $6.50 for tint- d and bleached hair. . Shampoo & Set Color-Tint Manicure $1.25 $5.50 $1.00 MELL And SHERRY — OPERATORS CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT, ttarts Thursday, June 13 good through June. ,.. /«/*tini ikiEMTC /\E. VALUABLE COUPON COMPLIMENTS OF: WORTH $5.00 ON ANY COLD-WAVE SELECTED, Feaaie, De/ara, Reno, Carrol, EXCEPT BUDGET-COLD- WAVE tmily, Mtll, Sherry BRING COUPON t •••••••§•••»•••••••«••••» Discontinued Coin The United States minted a 20- cent coin in quantity at Carson City, Nev., in 1875. The coin was not popular, however, and was soon discontinued. LEARN TO PLAY THE HAMMOND ORGAN IN OUR ADULT EVENING CLASSES 6 Weeks $6 You Need Not Own An Organ Begins Thurs. June 20 Beginning organ, for the beginner who has no previous musical training. You can now experience ihe deep satisfaction of creating your own nuiElo immediately. Thursdays 7:30 to 9:M P.M. Professional Instruction. Have Fun Playing A Hammond Organ Enroll Now At BILL HURST ORGAN STUDIO Plaza Shopping Center Ph. PO 3-9505 Remember To Pay Your Paper Boy i for the soring semester. Christopher F. Tompkins of " i Burdelte, a sludsnt at Blythe- • ville High School has been se- ijclcd to attend the 13th annual HHi School Science Student In- > stitute lo be held June 18"' through 29 at Indiana Univer- ' sity, under sponsorship of the National Science Foundation. Manila High School won sec- : ond in the high school division'" i for large groups in the first of ; three one - week cheerleading ' clinics at Arkansas Stale Uni-' versity. Miss Barbara Dukes of Philadelphia, Pa., is the guest of',, her sister, Mrs. Charles Langston. Miss Dukes is here especially '.' for the Tanncia Langston - Gary . Elliott wedding, Tuesday. A. D. Lipsey arrived by plans | yesterday from Philadelphia for the wedding, and Mrs. Lynn,.. Danner, and Mrs. A. F. Webb and daughter Nancy Ellen will arrive today from Bowling Green, Ky., for the wedding. Mrs. Webb is the aunt of Miss Langston. PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 S. Franklin Ph. PO 2-2433 AT THE PLANT SPECIALS GOOD JUNE 18-19-20-21 Any 1/2 Garment or 3 for $1.19 ea. Ladles' or Men's Pants, Sport Coats, Skirts, Sweaters — Cleaned and Pressed. : LADIES PLAIN DRESSES—MEN'S SUITS —EA. 89e CLEANED & PRESSED Dry Cold Storage for Furs & Woolens Professional Rug Cleaners Call For Estimate Highway 61 South • •••••• •••••••• • MON. Blytheville, Ark. •TUE. DOUBLE FEATURE CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M THE COOLEST AND A40Sf ENJOYABLE SPOT IN TOWN "LAST TIME TODAY (GA) 'SPf iDWAY" with Elvis Presley and Nancy Sinatra TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (A-MY) COMING BOON TO THE RITZ SECRET WAR OF'HAKRY FRIGG — Paul Newman BLACKPEMID'S GHOST — Dean .Tones A Suzanne rieshctte

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