The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1968
Page 4
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hge Four - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - TutaUy, June It, Miss Beverly Stumbaugh Is Honored Monday Miss Nancy Shannon McKinnon McKinnon - Philbin Vows in August Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joseph I served as secretary her senioi McKinnon of Manila, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Shannon, to Michael James Philbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stephen Philbin of Nashville, Tenn. Miss McKinnon is the granddaughter of Mrs. Judson Nathan Hout Sr. and the late Judson Nathan Hout of Tuckerman, Ark., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Neil McKinnon of M e m p h i s, Tenn. Miss McKinnon was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a member of the hand, Red Pepper Club, National Honor Society and was chosen to attend the Girl Scout National Roundup as patrol leader at Button Ba,y, Vt.. ,. She is also a recipient of the Marian 'iward. She attended the University of Dallas and was graduated from St. Mary's of Notre Dame with a degree in music education. She was a member of the College Legislature Board, Dixie Club, Young Democrats am the Student National Education Association for which she She also served on the St Mary's — Notre Dame joint so cial commission. Mr. Philbin is the grandso of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cowen of Brooklyn, N. Y., am the late Mr. and Mrs. Jame F. Philbin of York, Pa. Mr. Philbin was graduate from Father Ryan High Schoo in Nashville. He was a member of the ke club, president of the St. Hen ry's Parish Youth Organizatio and was a member of the Dell Sigma fraternity. He was graduated from th University of Notre Dame wi' a 'B. A. in economics. While at the University, h was selected to spend his soph more year abroad at the Un versity of Innsbruck in Austri He also attended s u m m e school in Salzburg, Austr,' studying German. Miss Beverly Stumbaugh, bride-elect of Sgt. Robert Aln, was honored with a mis- ellaneous bridal shower last ght in the home of Mrs. Ed ardin at Dell. Hostesses were Mrs. Hardin, rfrs. Braxton Gill, Mrs. Robert ayne, Mrs. Doyle Houston, Vfrs. C. A. Smith and Mrs. Ben off. Approximately 30 guests at- ended. In games played, Mrs. Mable arish and Mrs. Gene Cantrell were winners. Miss Stumbaugh chose for the ccasion a yellow paisley print ow - waisted dress that fea- ured a pleated skirt. She wore black patent acces- ories and was presented a dou- >le - white carnation corsage. Mrs. Harold Stumbaugh, mother of the honoree, and Miss Valerie Stumbaugh, sister of he honoree, were special iuests. Mrs. Stumbaugh was attired n a pastel pink full - skirted | dress accented with white lace appliques. She wore white accessories and a white carnation corsage. Out-of-town guest attending was Mrs. Henry Scrivner of Tulsa, Okla. The gift table was covered with a white cloth and a large bride doll was placed behind the table. Gifts were registered by Mrs. Stumbaugh. The serving table was cover ed with a beige lace cloth over pink. A tall crystal container helc _ mixed bouquet 'of sumer flowers and grapes in various shades of pink and blue. Pink candles in crystal holders flanked the arrangement. Cake was served by Miss Val erie Stumbaugh and Mrs. Payne and Miss Phyllis Reed servec punch. Mixed summer flowers were placed at vantage points throughout t h e entertaining rooms. Charles Henderson Is Named Acting Assistant Dean at MSU Charles Henderson, formerly of here, has been named a'ct- ng assistant dean of Memphis State University by Dr. C. C. lumphreys, president of the university. New positions of acting dean and dean were created when he university drafted plans for embracing the university col- ege concept, which will give extra attention to freshmen and sophomore students, who will >e assigned to the general col- ege. Dr. Jerry N. Boone is the acting dean. Mr. Henderson currently is assistant to the chairman of the MSU sociology department. He is a graduate of Vanderbil* and received a master's de- gree from George Peabody Co; lege. Mr. Henderson has done wor toward his doctorate at the Uni versity of Missouri. During 1958-59, he studied i India on a Fulbright Fellow ship. The University Counselin Center will be separate from the University College, but wi work closely with it. The University College wi guide students in selection o their major (specialized) fiel of study, class loads, droppin of classes, class attendance an other matters pertaining to gen eral academic progress. Mr. Henderson is the son o Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderso of here. Miss Hubler Leader Of Wesleyan Guild Program Wesleyan Service Guild of the and Mrs. Gus Eberdt First United Methodist Church met last night at the church for in the following homes: Grou a business and program meet- One, Mrs. Rex Warren; Grou g Two, Mrs. Charles McDanie Mrs. W. R. Summerville con- and Group Three, Mrs. B. L siuuyniB ucuiia... M w R Summerville con- """, The wedding will be solemn-! d {he business meeting jn Robinson, ized Aug. 17 at Immaculate Con , f th Dresidentj - ception Catholic Church with th Right Rev. Monsignor Francis McDevitt, rector of St. Andrew's Cathedral in Little Rock officiating. Polly. Cramer one into another. Repeat the same action, turning left doubled corner inside out and fitting over right doubled corner. All four corners are now neatly nestled into one corner of four the absence of the president, Mrs. L. D. Harris. Mrs. Rex Warren gave the devotional. The program, "Modern Woman's Struggle for Personal Identity," was presented as a symposium. Miss Mary Hubler was leader assisted by Mrs. Summerville, Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, and Mrs. James White. The entertaining rooms were decorated with spring flowers, thicknesses. Smooth all edges Hostesses during the social | and place sheets on a flat sur-| hour were MrSi Garth Castlio DEAR POLLY - For years'face. Flatten pocket corner. neat on the shelf as 'the straight ones. The directions originally cams from the Cannon Homemaking Service: "Start with the sheet inside out, held the long Place a hand in . each of the upper corners. Bring fingers in corners together. Turn left corner right side out and fit over right comer. Now you have one corner over the other, as a tailor folds a coat, shoulder into shoulder. Smooth out sheet's edges. Now your linen closet." — ALICE DEAR GIRLS — This does it but, in all fairness, I must warn you that it takes patience at first to get the hand of it. Good luck! - POLLY Auxiliary Meets Friday The National Association p.f .,„,„„.... u ,™., „.,.,-„. ..Letter Carriers Auxiliary met fit the second set of corners I at the home of Mrs. Gene Hunt- zicker Friday night. Thirteen members attended. The meeting was called to or- Charles Leggett, and the creed was read by Mrs. Earnest Baker. A report on the state convention was given by Mrs. Leggett. Mrs. Louis Green was elected to serve as treasurer for the year. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Remember To Pay Your Paper Boy r GRAND OPENING PEGGIE'S BEAUTY SALON 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 Mamciirt $1.25 $5.50 $1.00 MELL And SHERRY — OPERATORS CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT, starfc Thursday, June 13 good through June. guvu 3 ••••••••••»••••••••••••••• VALUABLE COUPON WORTH $5.00 ON ANY COLD-WAVE SELECTED, EXCEPT BUDGET-COLD- WAVE BRING COUPON COMPLIMENTS OF: Peggie, Delate, Reno, Carrol, Emily, Mtll, Sherry ••*••*••••••••••••••••••> Study groups will meet July MRS. BEN T. MAYS was installed as Legion Auxiliary president for the coming year at the American Legion Auxiliary installation ceremonies held June 10 at '. the American Legion Hut. 'Gadget*'Shower Honors Miss Dorothy Boonw The home of Mrs. John Burnett was the setting recently for a "gadget" shower honoring Miss Dorothy Bbone, bride elect of Tommy Jay Rasico of West Memphis. Hostesses were Mrs. Burnett, Mrs. Tom Ward and. Mrs. Paul Wood, They were assisted by their daughters, Miss Jane Burnett, Miss " '-san Wood and Miss Susa. 1 Ward. Twenty - five guests attended. Party foods were served from a table covered with white satin cloth overlaid with white net and caught at intervals in puffs with rosebuds. Mixed summer flowers in a crystal'; container centered the table. The punch bowl was encircled with greenery .-.nd flowers Special guests were Mrs. William 0. Boone, mother of the honoree, and Miss Kathy Boone sister of the honoree. Mrs. Boone chose a green ensemble with jreen accessories and Miss Boone wore a dress of brown voile trimmed with a ace ruffle. Both were presented rosebud orsages. The honoree was attired in a brown and white plaid silk dress and matching accessories. She was presented a corsage of white dishes. A bride doll was placed on he piano in the living room, md Committees Appointed At Jaycette Meeting were used throughout the home. The hostesses presented Miss Boone with a silver serving Miss Boone and Mr. Hasico will be married June 22 at tne Eastside Church of Christ. - Blytheville Jaycettes met June 13 in the Jaycee Clubroom for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Franks Sparks, who also lead in prayer. Prayer was followed by the Jaycette creed. Roll call and minutes were read -by Mrs. Wayne Sanders, tfrs. Bob White gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Sparks welcomed guests, Mrs. Gordon Razer and Mrs. Ron' Weaver. New members are Mrs. Buddy Hughes and Mrs. Richard Farmer. Correspondence was read torn E. L. Dunn and Carolena Maier, state president, by Mrs. Curtis. Crder. Mrs. Sparks announced the following standing committees: state publicity, hostess project, "Spark - Spoke" Mrs. Bob White; local publicity, Mrs. Wayne Sanders; Telephone, photographer and Jaycee bulletin, Mrs. Richard Farmer; scholarship and .project display, Mrs:-Ray Gill; Membership and orientation awards, Mrs.- Corder; .hostess list, year book and "Speak-Up Jaycettes," Mrs. Frank Sparks; Historian, Mrs. Hughes; and nursing homes, Mrs. Don Morris. The next meeting will be June 27 in the clubroom and all Jaycee wives have been uv vited to attend. Mrs. Sparks was .hostess and Mrs. White won the door prize. Coming Events Tuesday First Baptist Church Family Skating Party, Walker Park Roller Drome from 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Blytheville Rainbow Assembly 38, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Yarbro Baptist Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 p.m. at the church. Dell Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m. school cafetorium. Students Presented In Recital Mrs. F: L. Patrick presented ler students of organ and piano in recital at Hurst Hammond 3rgan and Piano Studio Thursday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m. Students performing were: Lisa Gail Tapley, Brian Smith, Xathy Jo Heflin, Nancy Tubbs, Susan Strickland, Teresa Blasingame;. Joan Tubbs, Debbie, Burge, Jimrny 'Cook, Carol' Tubbs, Gena Rae Cooper, Mike Elliott and'Mrs. Robert Gardner. Bruce Hay Jr. Entertains Little League Bruce Hay Jr. entertained the Rotary Little League baseball team, of which he is a member, with a weiner roast at his home Saturday night after practice. Guests attending were Ricky Gurley, David Holifield, James Carter, Gary Holmes, James Beavers, Larry Hamton; Chris Layton, Steve Griffith and Jimmy Crocker. Bruce is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hay. Mrs. Hay made pictures of the group throughout the evening. Barry Hay and Lisa Hay brother and sister of the host, were also, present. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Cleaning Special Good Thru June 20 Ladies & Mens PANTS When brought in with * $2.00 order. Bring as many at 5c as you have $2.00 orders. PAIR 5 Ask About Our Fur Cold Storagt and Fret Winter Garment Storage PRETTY COIFS owe their good looks to healthy hair. Too many women are neglecting their hair but with the help of a new conditioner they can give themselves a. full-bodied home treatment to restore damaged hair. This graceful hairstyle shows a deep side wave which melts Into the brushed-under side to shape a soft curl. The ends In back show their flip side. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY "SERGEANT RYKER" WED. - THURS. - FRI. and Saturday 'illlilllllllilllllllllllllllllBWiMIIMIiliailllBIIIIIIUI* iBits of News] § mottly ptnonat Mrs. Viola Morris had as her week-end guests, her sister, Mrs. Minnie Arnold, and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodman, all of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wahl, Mrs. Gilbert Mann and Mrs. B. G. Gill of Dell, attended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. H. C. Patterson in Germantown, Tenn., Sunday. Mrs. Don Edwards has re- . turned from a three-week visit in Washington, D. C., where she was the guest of her sister, Miss Lena Moore. Lewis H. Mathis of Blythe- •• lano m me living luuiu, , ~ . - . mixed summer flowers vllle made the Dean's List for ... , , ,i , tim Cnrinff cpTYipsrpr Tnr th(* L n« ray. the Spring semester for the !>.• iversity of Arkansas School of Law. In Benton, Ky., she 'visited her sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Roland .Lynn Howard and children and Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Dale Howard. ; She also visited ;her sister, Mrs. Guy Walker of.Mayfield. . Mrs. Howard . attended the dance recital and: Bible School commencement of her grand- cniluren, Kimberly . Doris and Anthony Shane Howard: • Meeting Planned For Thursday The Pentecost Ladies Auxiliary of Full Gospel Church will meet Thursday at -7:30.p.m. in the home of Mrs. Johnny Richardson, 1005 S. Parkside., Card Of Thanks We would like to thank our many friends and relativea for the kindness shown during the loss of our son and brother, Robert Odell Farmer. - A special thanks to Home Funeral Home, a special thanks to the Rev. P. J. Yancy for the comforting words spoken and for the many floral and food tributes. May God bless each and everyone. The Farmer Family Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE SIDNEY rDITIcri' ROD SJflR ' ' INK ENJOY A MOVIE UNDER THE STARS )rive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••••••••I LAST TIME TODAY "THE SILENCERS" , "THE TEXAN" WED. And THURS. • FRI. • SAT. "the Mini-Skirt Mob" Plus Mozambique CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M. I €•<••*••••••••••••.••••••••••• •••*•*••• •••••' THE COOLEST AND MOST ENJOYABLE SPOT IN TOWN TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (A-MY) PANAVISIONVd METROCOLOR InMETROCOLOR COMING SOON TO THE RIXZ SECRET WAR OF HARRY FRIGG — Paul Nt'wmin BLACKBEARD'S GHOST — De»n JonM A Suranns Tlenhetl*

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