The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 8, 1966
Page 3
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Blyth«vlllt (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, April », 19M - Pagt Thro — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 ARMOREL FOLLIES — Judy Morris, a sixth.grade student at Armorel elementary school, is shown above as she rehearses one of the school's Follies songs, "I Can't Say No!" from the musical, Oklahoma. The "farmer" is Ken Bilbo, a social studies teacher at Armorel. The Follies will be held at Armorel high school gymnasium Friday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. (Courier News Photo) Paisley Sparkles wildly into like an exotic Persian garden in either one or Paisley runs spring. Sparkle two • piece dresses in combinations of pinks, through oranges, shades of blues and purples or the goldden tones ol morning sunlight. EASTER RECORD SALE Come in and See Our New Larger Record Shop SINGLES . . . . 75c HI-FI .... $1.98 STEREO . . . $2.98 Adkisson Record Co. 106 E. Main PO 3-9459 E.H.C. MEETING NOTES Bits of NewsJ moiliy perional | "The Gay Nineties" will be the theme of the North Mississippi County Extension Homemakers spring council meeting to he held Tuesday, April 12, at (lie South Sea Room of Hotel' Noble. Registration will begin at 9:30 j a.m. Hostesses will include members of the Blythevile and Sacettes EH Cubs. Joe Urbon, rural socialogist with the Agriculture Extension Service, will be the guest speaker. Also included on the program will be talent number from the Armorel Follies. Highlighting the afternoon session Will be the "Gay Nineties on Parade" with members modeing their dresses for the Diamond Jubilee celebration. Mrs. Ben Craig will serve as narrator for the dress revue. Mrs. Lloyd Wise is reported improving following major surgery in the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She is in Room T1021. Garden Club Announces Show Winners RECEIVES CERTIFICATE — Tommy Medlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Medlin of. Wilson, received a Certificate of Merit for his physics project at the Northeast Arkansas Science Fair at Jonesboro recently. Tommy is a senior at Wilson High School. Blytheville Garden Club staged its annual Daffodil Show at the Woman's Club on Wednes-! day. The exhibit was open to viewers from one until seven O'clock. Theme of the show was "A Fairyland of Daffodils." In the artistic division, Mrs. I the show were Miss Zula Bone, and Mrs. J. E. Lunsford, one blue and two red. A blue ribbon denotes first place, and a red ribbon is awarded to second place. Third place and honorable mention were also awarded in all divisions. Accredited judges serving for WHaTs IN? WHITEWASHED COLORS Suddenly you'll find everything's lighter, lovelier., colors have been whitewashed for Spring '66. We have a wonderful collection of exciting designs in these fragile shades. Pumps and open looks in mid and little heels. See whitewashed colors by CONNIE. As seen in MADEMOISELLE. J/< etiers 311 W. Main D. C. Pafford was awarded the sweepstakes with three blue ribbons and two red ribbons. She was also winner of the Tri-color award for the Oriental arrangement. Other winners were Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, one blue and one blue ribbon, and Mrs. Wilma Wimberly, one red ribbon. Receiving ribbons in the horticulture division were Mrs. James Gates, four blue ribbons and three red ribbons; Mrs. B. A. Bugg, three blue and three red, and Mrs. Robert Hall, four blue ribbons. Mrs. Gates won the sweepstakes in this division. Mrs. Harvey Morris won one blue and one red; Mrs. F. G, Reichel, one blue and three red; Mrs. Charles Abbott, one red; Mrs. W. S. Johnston, one blue, Mrs. Moser and Mrs. Gipson, all of Jonesboro. Mrs. Shelburne Brewer served as clerk. Coffee and cookies were served during the afternoon by the hostesses, Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs, Ralph Todd, Mrs. Russell Gaskins, Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. Ray Hall. Newest summer look is the mid-way hat, neither small nor big and droopy. Jan Leslie of Dallas interprets the look in this turquoise hallihunll skimmer with garlands of white flower petals encircling the crown. Operation Good News Presented Each Evening April 3 thru 8-7:30 P.M. REV. FRANCIS E. BARNES Representative Christian Board of Publication FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 600 W. Main — John B. White, Minister I Air Force Family Scene Mis. Chester Smith, LE 2-5592 Cub Scouts in Den 7 or Pack 97 spent Saturday April 2 at Overton Park Zoo in Memphis. They were accompanied by Airman and Mrs. Charles Crow and Airman Clontz. Mrs. Crow is den mother and Airman Clontz is Den Dad. A picnic lunch was served at the park area. Pajamas Are Swinging The disco - set influence has finally invaded the sleepwear world. Any girl worth her weight in false eyelashes wouldn't be caught in the dorm without a pair of opprint swinging pajamas. The tailored p.j.s and matching robe are passe on The base picnic area was the scene of a father - son outing for boys of the Webelos den of Pack 97. The boys and their dads participated in sack races, volleyball and other games. Following the songfest, hot dogs were served. thews had as recent guests his parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mathews, and Tommy of Omaha, Neb. Major and Mrs. William Schier, fiapt. and Mrs. Gerald Gardner, Major and Mrs. Carl Reinke, Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Philbrook, Major and Mrs. Jim j Heath, and Major and Mrs. John Hills enjoyed a weekend in Nashville recently. They left Blytheville Saturday morning and attended the I "Grand Ole Opry" that evening. 'They relumed to Blylheville Sunday. any campus slip into bell ankled disco Get with it and bottoms and ruffle rents • session suits now. .COME IN TONIGHT SCARED STIFF by your INCOME TAX You hav«n't a ghoit ef a chance of running awoy from It, 10 why worry? B«t way COMPLETE ii to bring It to BLOCK) RETURNS They'l I g ive you fort, accurate icrvk* at loweit coif. Thii y«or, be tmartl Figure your jBBBB tax the quick, iur* tavf [T|33 way . . . the BLOCK way. •*••• I, GUARANTEED We guorant** occurglt preparation ot every to* r«turn. If III w* mote ony errors that coif you any ptrtolty or inltrtif* I w« will pay th* ptnaliy or inttreif. H R [T^fi^y^iT?^ 0 - America's Largeit Tax Servict with Over 1000 Offices 117 SOUTH SECOND ST. Weekdays 9 to 9; Sai. * Sun. 9 to S, Ph. PO 3-6153 •••NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY «•• "Granny" Look in Sunglasses Ben Franklin did more than leader, and Airman Dick White, assistant. Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Ruddell and children spent the weekend in Little Rock visiting their pa- and other relatives. PLAZA DRUGS AT PLAZA SHOPPNG CENTER AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR NASHVILLE RECORD SERVICE Featuring the Latest and Most Popular Records of Your Choice. Present This Ad and Purchase 2 Albums and You Get One 45 R.P.M. of Your Choice FREE. (Offer Only Good Through Month of April.) Word has been received from Col. and Mrs. Harold Hartman who are stationed in Hawaii of the adoption of twin boys. Before going to Hawaii, Colonel Hartman was hospital commander of Blytheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Floy Richardson, wife of Sgt. Hubert E. Richardson, is recuperating in her home after undergoing surgery. Recent visitors in the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene Duvall were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Duvall, and brother, Larry Difvall. Lary is to be sworn In the Air Force, April 20. Also visiting in the Duvall home was another brother, Sgt. Lowell Duvall, Mrs. Duvall and daughter Brenda of Altus AFB, Okla. Mrs. Chester Smith and children Steve, Slephannie, Mike and Jeffrey will be spending Easter weekend in Stigler, Okla. visiting Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Peevyhouse. .Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Counterman and Alicia and Patty will visit over the Easter holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Evans, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Counterman, in Henryetta, Okla. Ruth Class of Gosnell Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Lionall Ellis in Capehart, Tuesday evening, April 5, with seven members and one guest attending. Mrs. Robert Walton opened the meeting with prayer. Class president, Mrs. Donald Rose, was in charge of the business at which time the class discussed making sheets for the church nursery. Mrs. Chester Smith gave the devotional taken from the book of Acts. Mrs. Donald Rose dismissed the meeting with prayer after which the hostess served refreshments. A guest was Mrs. Bob Counterman. Capt. and Mrs. Paul Rosen have as their houscguests, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen of New York City. Capt. and Mrs. Richard Mi- a diplomat. He is also responsible for what is known today as the "granny" look in sunglasses. Wiry, gold - plated frames on oval, rectangular or square lenses. Glass Slippers Are Back Cinderella's glass slippers have made the scene again. A little more up - lo - date, they are made of glass fiber. Unfortunately, a prince doesn't come with every pair; you'll have to work that angle on your own. Remember Pay Your Paper Bo» EASTER ^/ to we 10% off CASH & CARRY CORSAGES & POT PLANTS - READY TOGO WE DELIVER 206 E. Davis 763-8121 To Serve You — Betty, Marguerite, Ada, Molly, Joyce, Corinne, Sammy, Lorene, Bea} Eulas & I melee • McADAMS Lawn Mowers & Small Engine Repairs AUTO TRUCK and TRACTOR PARTS CO. SERVICE SHOP PO 3-4511 316 North Broadway Your Authorized Briggs and Stratton i<' Distributor tor Mississippi County. 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