The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 2, 1966
Page 4
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' : »m Far • ayUnvflU (Art,) Courier Kewi - iitartiy, April J. »• — Society News — nt Umbtrt, Soclrty Editor PhOM PO S4461 Miss Diane HalseU June Wedding Is Planned By Miss HalseU Dick Ritcbey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Melvin HalseU of Blytheville announce the engagement and approach- log marriage ot their daughter, IvBetty Diane, to Richard Knight :' Ritehey, son of Mr. and Mrs. " r Burc* Coleman Ritchey, also of 1'giytheviile.' if ..' Grandparents of .the bride- 'elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. Chester Leon Nabers and the late Mr. and Mrs. James '"Ernest HalseU, all of Blythe;.»file- ^ , The prospective groom is the grandson of Conger T. Knight of „ ..pHahoma City and Mrs. Myrtle j Knight of Hamburg, Ark., and '.'.Thomas Lee Ritchey and the " late Mrs. Ritchey of Pine Bluff. Miss HalseU was graduated '"from Blytheville High School ; **ere sh« was • cheerleader, Homecoming Queen, Miss BHS, Valentine Court maid a n d a member of the Student Council. She was also Blytheville'* Miss Hospitality in 1964. The bride-elect attended Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway and is presently a senior at Arkansas State College at Jonesboro where she is majoring in physical education. She is a member of Alpha Omicron sorority and the PEMM Club. At Arkansas State she serves as cheerleader, honorary cadet and was elected to the Homecoming Royalty. She was also a finalist in the ASC pageant in 1965. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of the 1963 Blythe- Westbrook IN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••ox SUNDAY MENU: SALMON CROUQUETTES WITH CREAMSAUCB CHUCK WAGON STEAKS ROAST BEEF WITH BROWN GRAVY SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN—Choice of Pieces ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I FRESH TURNIP GREENS BAKED POTATOES FRESH GREEN BEANS MACARONI AND CHEESE ENGLISH PEAS CREAM POTATOES HOMINY CHOICE OF SALADS & DESSERTS HOURS: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Saturday ' 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays Dinner Served 11 to 2—Breakfast Served everyday Private Parties and Catering Service Available We Serve All Types of Sandwiches Drop-in Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore entertained with a drop-in at their home Friday evening honoring their daughter, Sandra, and her fiance, Jimmy Warren Johnson. Approximately 30 friends and relatives called between the lours of 8 and t o'clock. Miss Moore chose a Mr. Mort original, hot pink and cranberry sheath, for the occasion. She wore a white orchid corsage ac cented with pink. Mrs. Randall Hawks, aunt of the bride, presided at the silver coffee service and Mrs. James T. Peterson, Jr., served the cake. The entertaining rooms ant serving table were decoratet with arrangements of spring flowers. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ivy Seay, grand parents of the bride. Mrs. Butsch To Highlight Orpheus Concert Orpheus Music Club will present in concert Tuesday even ing, April 5, in the BHS audi torium, Mrs. Robert L. Butsch vocalist, and Mrs. James Mul hern, accompanist. Part 1 of the program will In elude "The Little Shepherd's Song" by Watts, "0 Willo Willo, Willo" from a Britisl Museum manuscript and "Alleluia" by Mozart. Selections to be presented by Mrs. Butsch during Part II are "0 Mio Babbino Caro" by Puccini, "Gia la notte" by Haydn "Bergerette" by Recli, "II Pas tore Canta" by Recli and "Vola Farfalleta" by Sandoval. "Bell Song" and "Lakme" b; Delibes will compose Part III of the program followed by "Nuit d'Etoiles" and "Beau Soir" by Debussy and "J'a Pleure en Reve" by Hue. Concluding the program, she will sing "Dancing Doll" by Poldini, "Piper" by Duke, "Do Not Go My Love" by Hageman ''Cupid Captive" by LaForge 'Spirit Flower" by Campbel and Tipton and "Primavera" by Dougherty. Tickets for the 8 o'clock con cert may be purchased from Mrs. C. G. Redman or Mrs. W J. Wunderlich, chairmen, or a 1 the door. Bridge Club Winners Told Friday Club members met with Mrs. W. T. Rainwater yesterday at her home. In games, winners were Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. M. J, Cuadra and Mrs. Blan Heath. The club will not meet next week. . '.'.'. Garden Club Announces Rules For Show Mrs. D. C. Pafford, chairman, announced today the rules and livisions of the annual Blythe- irille Garden Club flower show o be held Wednesday, April 6, at the Woman's Club. Rules to be followed in all divisions are as follows: 1) All entries must be in place >y 10 a.m. on day of show and remain in pace until 7 p.m. 2) Greenery permitted in all classes in artistic division. 3) Accessories is permitted in all classes, such as ceramics, ilastics, artificial, etc. No arti- icial flowers permitted. 4) 'Committee not responsible 'or loss or breakage of containers, accessories or plant material. 5) All specimen must be yard grown. Specimen must be named to be eligible for blue ribbon. 6) Committee will furnish eon. taihers for specimen. 7) Any plant on conservation list of Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs not permitted in either division. Theme of the artistic division will be "A Fairyland of Daffo dils." One or more daffodils must be used in every arrange ment. Class I, "Cinderella," will be all white in crystal containers A composition of yellow daffo- dis in a brass container wil be featured in Class II, "Kinj Midas." An oriental arrangement in low container will compos Class III, "Aladdin's Lamp." Class IV, "Once Upon A Time," will be an arranger's choice with artificial fruit permitted ir this group. "Mother Goose Rhymes," wil be the title of Class V, a minia lure .arrangement not to be ove five inches in any direction. Rules . of horticulture to bi included in.the showing are al divisions from 1-11 inclusive. The daffodils should be label ed as to name if possible am must be named to be eligibli for blue ribbons. The collection includes spring blossoms, three varieties oth er than daffodils, three in oni container or in separate con tamers and they need not be named. Regarding shrubs, each bloom ing branch per container shoulc not be over 20 inches high nor less than 12 inches. Non-bloom ing shrubs should include three branches, not over 20 inches high nor less than 12 inches, ti a container. The shrubs must be named t< be eligible for a blue ribbon. The committee reserves the right to remove from displa> or disqualify any entry not in good condition or otherwise no meeting requirement of rules. The public is invited to view the arrangements. Door prizes will be given throughout the day and refreshments served to those attending. [Bits of News noitty fMMontu iiiiimnimiillimmumilllllll'ljlllimill Miss Patty Sue Harris will arrive home Wednesday from Memphis State with a houseguest, Miss Barbara Benisniuk, a foreign exchange student from Frankfurt, Germany, to spend !he Easter vacation with her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris. Also ariving next week to spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs, rJarris is their other daughter. Miss Charlie Jean Harris, a student at Ouachita Baptist Uni vesity at Arkadelphia. Among those from out of town attending funeral services for Johnny Marr on Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Warren anc Mr. and .Mrs. George Marr of Cuba, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. A..A. McAlpin Mrs. W. E, Wade, Mrs. R. C Turner, Mrs. W. R. Diffee, Dick Sherrick, Mrs. H. A. Nicholson Mrs. Selma Allenburg and J. P Ledbetter, all of Memphis; J. C. Buchanan, Lewis Georgi ville High School graduating class in which he .served as senior class president and vice- president of the Student Council. Mr. Ritchey is presently enrolled at Arkansas State College majoring in physical education. He is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He is a member of the Arkansas State Indian football team and was elected to the All-Southland Conference team. An early June wedding is planned. Honored A birthday dinner honoring Mrs, "Charlie George, Mrs. Fa; Thorn of Portageville and Olan Allison was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Among those attending were Mrs. Max Curtiss and daughter Mrs. Alice Moody and daughter Randy Griffin, Mr. and Mrs Randall George, Mrs. Lottie Johnson, Mrs. Dorothy Griffin, Peggy Aufrecht and son and Daniel O'Bannon. Advance RetemUoni Room Scrrlce Swimmlnf Pool 24 Hear SwitchbMri ••by Beds Children under 11 TMH FREE when win* Adult AeeoBBMkttoM. VISIT OUR ROYALCOACH RESTAURANT SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER ADULTS 11.95 CHILDREN M $1.00 IT'S OPEN Tht Knight Room 4p.m.'til 12 midnight THEATRE Your Friendly Thtatn OSCEOLA SAT. -SUN. MON. . TUES. - WED. JAMES BOND DOES IT EYEBYWHEnEl SEfllVCOJVlVERY THUNDERRALL" First Methodist To Present Cantata Sunday The chancel choir of Firit Methodist Church will present "The Seven Last Words of Christ," a sacred cantata by Theodore Dubois, Sunday evening at the regular worship hour, 7 o'clock. The choir will be under th« direction of Mrs. Robert L. Butsch who will sing the introductory solo. Other soloists included in the program will be Mrs. Bill J. Jackson, George Hubbard, Sam Black, Frances Nordeen, J. Wilson Henry and W. T. Fincher, Jr. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt will serve as organist. The offertory anthem, "0 Sacred Head Now Wonded," by Bach will be presented by the 100 • voice youth choir. Rev. Virgil Keely is pastor of the church. SU |irll frbfn Burd»tt» 4-H Club were among winntri in the junior diviiiM of UM Ulent contest held »t Keiier Tueidly evening. In tht B Category, blue ribbons were awarded to Diane Stumbaugh and Teresa McKay. Winners of whit* and gold rib- boni in the C category contest were Juliana Mahan, Lueinn Moore, Linda O'Neal and Albert Neisler. Steve Tomplcini It prttident of the Burdette Club. and Mrs. L, W. Walters of Osceola, Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andersen of Jonesboro and Boyd Piatt of Topeka, Kansas. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. SATURDAY Double Feature CAHMDU IMAGINE., TWOElffHASTS INBERY GAftGE and a SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. MmiMEFMiti SMDSffi COMING SOON TO THE RITZ FRANKIE AND JOHNNY — Elvis FTeilej - April 1th THE GREAT RACE — All SUr Cut - April 14th OUR MAN FLINT — Jame Colburn & Lee J. Cobb Movies VUE * DRIVE-IN SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 4-H Head-Heart Hands • Health MurPtpw ••» Rrst Baptist Church llyrh.ylllt, Ark. Sunday, April 3 10:50 SERVICE "Th« Kin* of Klng»" 7:30 SERVICE EASTER CANTATA "No Greater Love" (Broadcast over KLCN) R»T. A. B. Cirpei.ttr Putor Iwi Mighty Armies Trimpled IttVilley...* Fighting Family Challenged Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. • »••»•••••••*•••••»•«••••••••»•••••••••••••« SAT • SUN • MON Double Feature THE DRIVE IN WILL NOW BE OPEN FULL JAMES STEWART TIME! SHENANDOAH 9 COMI SEE BOTH FEATURES ••••••••**••*• COME BY 7:15 COME BY 1:30 SEE ONE FEATURE ONLY ARKANSAS HAIR PRODUCTS AND LURA MAYS, Inc. PRESENTS WIG SHOWING SUNDAY AND MONDAY APRIL 3 & 4 AT THE ALL NEW DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Blythtvillt, Arkansas Giwst Artists Will B* Richard thy and Arn6 Tounl. These Two Men Ar« Well Known Through th» World for Their Creative Wig and Hair Styling. Showing 2 P.M. Sunday! FREE ADMISSION The Menu SUNDAY APRIL 3rd Tomato & Rice Soup APW-TFASfRS Fresh Florida Orange Juice CHOICE of SALAD Toss Garden Salad with Choice of Dressing —Cottage Cheese—Pears, Pineapple or Peache* Princes* Fruit Salad . ENTREES FRIED OR BROILED PORK CHOPS BROILED OR FRIED CHICKEN BRAISED LIVER WITH ONIONS FRIED DEVILED CRAB ASSORTED SEAFOOD COMBINATION JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP BONELESS CATFISH ROAST BEEF WITH BROWN GRAVT COUNTRY FRIED STEAK BREADED VEAL CUTLET VEGETABLES Choose your vegetable from Drummer Boy's wide variety of fresh garden vegetables. DRINK Iced Tea Coffe* DESSERT DE JOUR Apple • Peach - Cherry Cobblfr $1.75 CHEF'S SUGGESTIONS BROILED FRESH RED SNAPPER ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF — REGULAR, MEDIUM OR LARGE CUTS PRIME RIB STEAE ............. f3.00>$&9< "Wyf htvWt's Ntw«t * Finest Restaurant" DRUMMER BOY Motel and Restaurant 1020 S*. Hifhwiy «1 PO Witt

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