The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 22, 1966
Page 4
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Pag* Four - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier Newa — Friday, April », 18M — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 -Social and Personal Notes Ben Downing, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Russell H. Downing, will be a member of the chorus in ,lhe Memphis State University production of "The Firebugs," a contemporary absurdist drama, which will open April 28. A son *as born this morning to-Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tucker ol"024 E. Cherry at Chickasawba Hospital. Glasses Meet Bible and Golden Rule classes of'.Beacon Baptist Church held their monthly social Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.'. Leland Hodge. President, Roy Pruitt, had cliarge of the program. Prayer opened the meeting led by George Robertson. The devotional taken from Psalms 121 was given by Gene Carrico. Nine members and two guests attended. Dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. George Robertson. Tli£ next meeting will be in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Presnell. URR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••••I*V»«»»00» FRIDAY & SATURDAY Mrs. David Bickerstaff and daughter Susan of Jackson, Miss., are visiting in Blytheville this week with her father, Herman Oden. Dr. and Mrs. John Wife of Roanoke, Va., will arrive tomorrow to visit Dr. Wilks' mother, Mrs. Grace Wilks. Mrs. C. C. Smith will be met in Memphis Sunday by her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mrs. Smith is returning after visiting her son, Lt, Col. Ryall Smith, and family in Orlando, Fla. Bridge League Winners Told Winners of Thursday's evening bridge games played by Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League have been announced. They include first, Mrs. E. B. Gee and Bill McMath; second, Mrs. Jesse M. W.tiite and Mrs. F. E. Black; third, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Russell Phillips, and fourth, Mrs. Foy El- chieson and Harry W. Haines. Regular games will be played at Shamrock Lanes tomor- ELI AS Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 ••«*•••••••••••••••••• Friday & Saturday SUZAiNNE PLESHETTE IN Also "Battle of The Worlds RECIPIENT-Miss Sandra Kaye Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A. Berry, is this year's recipient of the Beta Sigma Phi Educational Grant of $100 awarded to a senior girl at Blytheville High School.. Alternates .are first, Martha Ann Burks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks, and second, Verna Gail Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ray. Communism Topic of B & PW Program The regular dinner meeting of the Blytheville Business and Professional Woman's Club was held Tuesday evening at t h e Noble Hotel. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Madelyn Van Cleve and Mrs. Willeen Kirkland. The program on "What Is Comunism," was in charge of Miss Zola Scott. After a film was viewed by the group, talks were given by Miss Mary Sue Wright, Mrs. Helen Abelhouzen and Mrs. Van Cleve on the meaning of communism and the Communistic organizations within the United States. Miss Collier, Mr. Gossage Are Married Miss Barbara Ann Collier, daughter of Mrs. Everett Collier and the late Mr. Collier of Blytheville, jecame the bride ol Robert Stewart Gossage in a o'clock ceremony, Friday, April 15, in the Lantana Southern Baptist Church in Carbondale, 111. Parents of Mr. Gossage are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goss&ge of Eddyville, II!. Rev. Marshall Kennedy officiated. The former Miss Collier was graduated from Blytheville High School in 1962. Mr. Gossage attends Southern Illinois University. They will make their home in Carbondale. Card Clubs Entertained Mrs. Herbert Jones, Mrs. Fred Wagner and Mrs. Koen- ler Blankenship were invited as guests when Mrs. Jan Rayder entertained Club Holiday at her home. In games, winners were Mrs. Blankenship, high, and Mrs. Murray Smart, Jr., second. Mrs. Richard Reid will host the club next week. Tuesday Club members and guests, Mrs. Harvey Morris and j Mrs. Bob Boyd, were entertain- 'ed this week by Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater will host the club next week. Class Has Buffet Dinner Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church was entertained at a buffet dinner Thursday evening in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs. Cleo Shelton, vice president, president at the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Clarence Johnson. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. S; D. Bray. Mrs. C. L. Evans brought the devotional. Closing prayers were led by Mrs. Joe Washam and Mrs. Herstel Conley. IHSISJ ON OUR TO VAULT STORE ll«- II.IINIJII <it ONI IDWI'llltl IO iNSPtCT AND CLEAN .wiili iai h f <inin ill In loti.' II i, li N il !'V. '._:':••, TO MAKE At t REPAIRS y»»i'JN«iiiiMiKiniUlir ; •>?^>X ll(|llll( (IIIIIIIM (Jill i IlliUlIri HI* IllMj). . *.'.".'•' '..I-.-' '. (' :.(;;; 1 TO SIORIf GARMfcNPt. O .N'.-H'AN GERS .:;:'*/ (no piiim nli .in 1 (mill in lln liiiii|>ui )•:,.;.' . ' : TO KbTUHN ,v,i/ t.iniiuil iMu.iiiLO^iMiil^'Ireslily.^fLTVM^ (in,Slil l\ Mv 10 •'< II 1(11 I.Ill .;.. •'.': • .... "'' ' ''.: vj/v:' /V CHARGE. : ONLY $2.95 ;.Tliis Includes Insurance {Protection Up To 150 oo :nter wardrobe In the fall INSPECT IT CARE- say it looks belter than H would have If you had it in the closet, we will cheerfully REFUND THE STORAGE Box Storage Is BEST! Our irUnt hamper gives top convenience for bulky winter woolens. Just drop them into our hamper, return to m and your storage worrlei are over. We store everything at one low price ... .nothing to pay til Fall. LAUNDRY-CLEANERS "4pptoronce At It't But" Phone PO 3-4343 Thursday Club members and a guest, Mrs. Charles Rose, met at the home- of Mrs. J. E. Dicks this week for an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. C. W. Afflick won high and Mrs. Byron Morse was second. . Mrs. E. B. Gee will host the club next week. Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen was hostess to Thursday Contract Club this week. Wniners in afternoon games were Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. and Mrs. Carroll Blakemore. Mrs. McWaters will host the club next week. The home of Mrs. Jimmy BOTTOMS UP BY BILL FOSTER You know it is also possible that blondes prefer gentlemen . . . * * . * Men are curious animals. Look now many go out of their way to buy football tickets in June — and a Christmas gift for the .wife .on .December 24th , . . * * * I don't know which is really smarter — man or woman — but did you ever see a man wearing a shirt that buttons up the back? * * * The reason God made woman last was that He didn't want any advice while creating man . . . * * * If the going seems easy, you're probably going downhill! Want to Take Lift EM- ier? For the Best Ingredients For Your Home Bar, Comi To ... LIQUOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FboM PO I-3I6I Plenty IM« Parkinf Convenient Rear Entraae* On 5th St. *Tbt Only Coaplet* Liquor Star* IB Tow»" ROYALTY - Representing the City.of Blytheville at the annual Memphis Cotton Carnival in May will be Duke Jack Thomas Hale, Jr., and Duchess Judy Lyn Porter. Mr. Kale's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale and Miss Porter is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter. Earls was the meeting place! Winners were Mrs. Bicker- for members of Gay Seasons Club this week. Invited as guests were Mrs. David Bickerstaff, Mrs. Charles Leggett, Mrs. Dale Nicholson and Mrs. Ira N. Koonce. staff, Mrs. Rene George and Mrs. John Loggins. Next hostess will be Mrs. George. Mrs. R. D. Samuels was host- SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature CARTOON CARNIVAL — Cartoons QUO VADIS — Robert Taylor \JECHmMLOr"",'.''.' UNITED <nfl5t|/ "SKI PARTY" First Feature Starts At 7:15 p.m. Broadmoor Club Has Luncheon Broadmoor Garden Club meJ at Blytlieville Country Club last week for a luncheon and also attended a fashion show prc< senled by the Ladies Golf Association. Serving as hostesses were Mrs. Jack Rinehart and Mrs. Douglas Donoho. Tiie group assembled in the Green Room of the club for a business meeting with Mrs. Kenneth Swan presiding. Twelve members and a guest, Mrs. Irene Scudder, mother of Mrs. Joe Beckman, attended. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Vernis Haag and Mrs. Rinehart presented the treasurer's report New rules for the club were read and approved and plans made for the annual picnic in May. The group also installed new officers for (lie year Door prize went to Mrs. Haag Refreshments were served during the social hour. ess when Msrcredi Bridge Club met at the NCO Club. High was won by Mrs. Dale Simmons. Mrs. James March was second, and Mrs. Samuels, low. Mrs. Simmons will entertain next week. Coming Events Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will meet at 1:15 at Shamrock Lanes fKIVII.ECKS AUTHORIZED M SKCO.M) OL/lSS MAIL ULV THEVIl.LE ABK Bljtlu-vllle online! Newi ZIP - 7(311 Harry W. Balnel. fuMllMf 3rd at Wilaut 1U. Blylhevllle Ark PubllsBecl dalij eicept Sunday Second clasi postage paid at Bly- Uievllle. Ark HOME DEUVEIW RATES In BlythevlUe and town) In tb« Blythovtlis tr»d» lorrltorj: Unlly , 35o per week WV MAIL PAVABI.E CN AIIVANCi Within 30 miles of Blyth»tlll». J8.00 pet year Mnre than 50 miles rioui biytluvlllt REVIVAL APRIL 22 - MAY T Mrs. W. L. Homer was hosl- ess to Mid Week Club this week an dinvited as a guest, Mrs. L. B. Branch of Little Rock. Winners in games were Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. A. iunningham. Mrs. H. H. Hduchins will host the club next week. Rev. Howard Tripp,, Evangelist Rev. Glenn W. Bounds, Pastor FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1st & Svcamore Sts. PUBLIC INVITED Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. FRIDAY ©SATURDAY Second Feature At 8:30 Third Feature At 9:30 SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature '"Tony Curfffs" Natalie wood Henry Fonda Lauren Bacall F int F,at un .<> Mel Ferrer 7:15 lESLIE PARSlSHmd £W»RO EVERETT HORTOrf JiCHNICOlOir Fiom WARNER BUM,' Second Feature At 9:00 WATCH FOR THESE ACADEMY AWARD WINNING PICTURES eomlnt t* STARVVE DRIVE IN. DARLING, with Julie Christie, for this part she won the BEST ACTRESS OF THE YEAR. Playing lit Run at Drive-In. Aim eomlnt «">n — SHIP OF FOOLS and THE COLLECTOR. So»s4|!) 5'1 FlYSiS I-! IB IWI • laU !l iMi «»l COLOR by DE LUXE -CINEMASCOPE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. - Weds. MET80-GOIOW-MJYE8 qniritMtssAqt? fcWRGRET- LOUIS JOURDAN • RICHARD CRENNA EOIE ADAMS -CHAD EVERETT^JOHN McGlVER n*. uSHNlEV ROBERTS •[.«,<., BORIS SAGAl • few t, JOE PASTERNAK imiin piwm COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THOSt CAIXOWAXS — Btj»B Keith »nd Ver» Mllei TROUBLE WITH ANGELS — H»ylej Mllll PROMISE HER ANYTHING - Uille Ctron * Warren Betty HARPER — Paul Newman & Lauren Bacall A MAN COULD GET KILLED — Jun«i Gumr THE RARE BREED — Jann SUwirt * Miuretn OWan

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