The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1966
Page 4
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ir .,.jv. ., ., ..... •Page Four .- Blythevillt (Ark.) Courier Newt - Monday. April 25. MM s — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor ^ i . r _ Cotillion Club Hosts Dinner-Dance 8-4461 ^Approximately . 100 Cotillion Club members and their guests we're entertained Friday evening at a buffet dinner and dance at Blytheville Country Club. "April Shower s" was the theme used throughout the club. Umbrellas , i 11 e d with spring flowers were arranged in tha" foyer and a large, silver compote of Jaisies was placed on ,the serving fable. "'Music was provided by the Jack Kinder Combo from Kennett. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. M. J. Cuadra, chairman, Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., Mr?. Jack Webb, Mrs. Harold Doyle, Mrs. Jack Robinson and Mrs. M. J. Osborne. Mike Yates assisted with arrangements for the dance. Directs Play Junior Class of Pattonvllle High School in St. Ann, Mo., presented, "The Mar Who Came to Dinner," Friday and Saturday night under the direction of Miss Linda Brown, formerly of Blytheville. Miss Brown, daughter of Mr. SBits of News mostly mummmwmmmmm Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Guerin of Mountain Home were guests and Mrs. Ted Brown, is head of I of Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Davis the drama department of t h e 1 yesterday. They came especial• ly to visit Mrs. Davis who was dismissed from Chickasawba high school. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and daughter Sheryl were puesls of Miss Brown over th", weekend | going especially to see the production. ; • 'NEWS OF THE Girl Scout Troop 180 was entertained Satureay morning with a "Come As You Are" breakfast at Hotel Noble. Following the breakfast, the group enjoyed a hayride and weiner roast. Approximately 20 jjris attended. The troop leaders are Mrs. Edwin Weedman and Mrs. Lewis Raleigh, . ; Those attending were Mi- Jn'elle England, Debbie Raleigh, Julia Weedman, Laurie Miles, Sarah Shouse; ;tKathy Brock, Kathleen Gees- Ijn, Sherry Sandow, Martha Carol Flagg, Jamie Wells, Susan Blackwell, Maria Gann, Bridge League Winners Told Mrs. Frank Grigsby, Harry W. Haines, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs, Ed Dicks tied for first place when Duplicate Bridge League met Saturday at Sham' rock Lanes. Other winners were third, Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. F. E. Black and fourth, Mrs. Ray Mann and Mrs. Claude Lloyd of Osceola. Regular games are scheduled for Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon this week. Society To Stage Violet Show Memphis and Shelby County African Violet Society will stage their annual spring show, April 30 and May 1, at the Garden Center on Cherry Road in Memphis. • Those desiring to attend are invited between the hours of 1 and 5 o'clock on Saturday and Sunday and admission is free. A special table will be featured displaying methods of 'growing violets, Pamphlets will I also be available. Sheila Garner; Kathy McCaughey, Candy Warren, Christal Zeigler, Peggy Partlow, Jan Wood, K i m Hodge and Pam Gambrell. An Appreciation Notice The family of .H. Gary Jumper .wishes to take this means of communications to express their sincere graditude to the many Christian Wends and neighbors who. so graciously expressed their concern during the illness of Dianne Jumper. The family especially appreciated those who donated life giving blood, and Is grateful for the multitude of prayers during their loved one's critical illness. The patient, much improved, is looking forward to expressing her gratitude personally. H. Gary Jumper Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. MON. • TUES. • WED. Back hoME she eouldiji'TQCT ThEswiivq of ir...bur in PARIS she WAS AN OviRxiqhr SENSATION! S-MHRCRET • IOUIS JOURMN • RICH1RD ORE m : EDIE ADAMS-CHAD EVERETTaSJOHNHcGiVBi COMING IOON TO THE tITZ THOSE GALLOWAYS — Bryan Keith and Vcn Mild TROUBLE WITH ANGELS - Rarity MUll PROMISE HER ANYTHING — LwU* Ciron A Warren Bitty HARPER — Paul Newman & Lauren Bacill A MAN COULD GET KILLED — Janet Garntt THE RARE BREED — Jamet Stewart & Maureen O'Hara Lawn Mowers & Small Engine Repairs AUTO TRUCK and TRACTOR PARTS CO. SERVICE SHOP PO 8-4511 116 North Broadway Y*ir Avthetigel Irigejt ejnj St/wttM DMrllwtet hr Miuhiltpi County. ENGINES • PARTS • SERVICES Hospital Friday. SSgt. and Mrs. T. E. Reimer of Goldsboro, N. C., are parents of a son, Russell Paul, born April 23. The couple have two other children, Connie and Cassie. Mrs. Reiner is the former Patsy Caldweli. Ugrone Whittle is a patient in Room 1141 of Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Air Force Family Scene Mr*. Chttltr Smith, UE 2-559Z Breakfast Honors Dell Graduate Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Sr., entertained with * breakfast Saturday in honor of her grandson, Dick Edwards, who is a member of this year's graduating class it Dell High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards «f Whistleville. The affair was held in the dining room of the Drummer Boy Restaurant, . The fourteen guests, mem' bers of the senior class, were seated at a U-shaped table centered with an arrangement of Dutch iris, asters, daisies and gladiolus. Special guests were Mrs. R. G. Edwards and daughter Suzanne, mother and sister of the honoree. 97th AMMS Squadron Wives will meet Tuesday evening April 26, in Kingsley Hall at 7;SO p.m. for their regular monthly coffee. Airman Morton was reunited in Blytheville recently with his wife Lillian and son Jerry after spending the past yesr in Vitt Nam. The Mortons will report to Moody Air Force Base in Georgia after visiting in Blytheville with Mrs. Morton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salmons, and other relative* in Blytheville. Recent houseguests in the home of Sgt. and Mrs. M. W. Creasey were Mr. and Mri. Joe Katraba and daughter Susan of St. Louis. Mrs. Creisey and Mri. Katraba are listen. Sgt. and Mri. Lynn J. Franklin have just returned from Florence, Ala., where they were called on emergency leave. Airman and Mrs. Joseph Raboin announce the birth of a son, Brian Keith, April 16. The Raboins have two other children, a ton and a daughter. Maternal grandparents art Mr. and Mrs. Clevern Johnson of Blytheville. Supply Squadron Wives met Tuesday evening, April 19, at the Youth Center. Special guests were Mrs. Peggy Mower and Mrs. Kay Moose. Mrs. Frank Rountree served as hostess. The next meeting will be May 17 at the Youth Center beginning at 8 o'clock. All Supply Squadron wives are urged to attend. No Longer a Nuisance Nuisance is taken out of applying eye shadow. One cosmetic firm now offers a shadow cream with a brush. The eye shadow is stroked on with a wedge - tipped brush which adis in even blending. needed to apply. No water Gay Colon in Eye Make-up Eye colors get more dramatic as more women accept eye make-up as a part of daily wear. In addition to the ivories and beiges don't be surprised by forest green, bright blues, pink and avocado. True Aroma Can Be Lost Here's a thought: Perfume applied to unclean skin reacts with the grime and soil so the wearer loses the frangrance's true aroma. HiLo Canasta Club met Thursday evening April 21 in the home of Mrs. B. W. Caldweli. High prize went to Mrs. Ray Tait and low to Mrs. Donald Taber. Mrs. Caldweli served refreshments throughout the evening. The next meeting will bt H S D MINNOW SHOP Wholesale Bait It Taekl0 • Minnows • Gold Fish • Red Kin Shiners 0) Worm • Tuffies • Cricket* • Crawfish • Ice • Outboard Motor Oil & Gu 01 Hunting & Fishinf Licenses Open 24 Hrs. on Weekend Ph. PO 3-1467 216 Laclede Blytheville, Ark. R. J. "Buddy" Dormer, Manager It's Claussner Champagne Time 1 OUR ONCE-A-YEAR STOCKING SALE Wt'rt bubbling over with ht*4r ttett*»tnt-4w hcarthl Clantintr ttockinf* art an lilt tor two wttkt, New'i tht time to stock up and lavt. You'll And ill tht moil popular styles and colon Including drill iKttr mmliti and tht fo-go texturtd HylH. I* Itl tht low pricti |t to your kttd and tavt now. April 25th thru May 7th THE LlOlUMUJU H 0 S It R Y NEW YORK STORE Thursday evening, April 28, In the home of Mrs. Calvin Schooley. Wednesday Early Bird League met Thursday morning April 21' In Kingsley Hall Service Club. Rules were read and approved and it was voted to start the April 27. The new officers elected for the summer league were president, Mrs. Jane Byerley; vice president, Mrs, Sue Thomas; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Jean May, and sergeant a t arms, Mrs. Fran Caldweli. Coming Eimto Monday American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 8 o'clock in the Little Hut. Christian Woman's Fellowship of First Christian Church will meet for luncheon and program at the church. Gosnell EH Clur will meet. 97th Field Maintenance Wives will meet at the Service Club at 7 p.m. Yarbro PTA will meet at the school. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 will meet at 2148 Edwards at 7:30 p.m Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at the IOOF Hall at 7:30 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU will meet. Coin Collectors will meet in the South Sea room of Hotel Noble. The junior club meeting begins at 6:30 and the senior meeting at 7:30. Explorer Post 104 will meet at 6:30 at First Method tit Church. City Beautiful Commission will meet at 7:30. Tri - Delta Alumni sorority will meet at 7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 104 will meet at 7:30 at First Methodist Church. Altrusa Club will hold a program meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Martin Room of Goff Hotel. Tuesday Mrs. W. T. Rainwater will BE SAFE LET US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS FURS AND WOOLENS (N OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry Cleaners PICK-IT A UEUVEKS PO 2-2408 2012 SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •••••••••••••••t••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY—Double Feature SFX AND THE S/NGU GIRL—Tony Curtis Gf 7 YOURSELF A COLLEGE GIRL— 7:15-9:00 Mary Ann Moblty host Tuesday Club. Officers Wives Club will hold a newcomer's coffee beginning at 10 o'clock. Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club meet lor luncheon at' 12 o'clock at the club preceded by a game of golf. 100F Lodge will meet at the lodge hill at 8 p.m. NCO Wives Club will meet at 1 o'clock at the NCO Club. Armo'relettes EH Club will meet. Eastern Star cnapter 27J, Order of Eastern Star, will meet at the Masonic Temple it I p.m. TUES-WED-THURS Double Feature 1st Feature Starts At 7:15 2nd Feature •• THtFIRST Ml! I maw w«« *J iucTjipnbv)sioH\ SCREEN EN'T'ERTA'I'NMENT co." " main WMU MIC miwTiwit Starts At 9:00 i nunmi PMMII AKncMinuiunout WATCH FOB THESE ACADEMY AWARD WINNING PICTURES coming to STARVUE DRIVE IN. DARLING, with Julie Chrlitie, for this part she won the BEST ACTRESS OF THE YEAR. Playing 1st Run at Drive-In. Also coming loon — SHIP OF FOOLS and THE COLLECTOR. STORAGE TIME! Protect YOUR PRECIOUS D«»'i forgot Boont'i offeti Me flneit in toaured COLD STORAGE for PCM and WOOLENS plus economical BOX STORAGE. FKATUR1NG: • Nlti beinult Boi • Drive-In Window • Pickup and Delivery • Einert Shirt Service • Fltnfr tat faiUnc • 1-Hr Stntct Rtat usurtd that your wardrobe is in good hands it.... CLEANERS- LAUNDRY Phon* PO 3-1144 THEATRE your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Mon. - Tue. I KHI'tS -j kUtl UNCtl • SOPHIA IPREN Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 ttttttttttotoottttoooo • Mon.-Tut. "IT'S A MAD MAD MAD WORLD" Also Mothers Day Is May 8 SOFT, LUXURIOUS SATINETTE Z by ORRAIN* . . , to smeoth, \ so supplt and " ' satin-like look Jnd feel ... but so easy to care for. PETT.COAT A wondrously wide band of Alencon type lace circles the fiem and .a matching flower and crescent shipt applique accents skirt. Of Nylon tricot sattnette foi the on-the-go "woman.'White, Black, Champagne. Average Itngtn—-Short length — P-S-M. $4.00 SLIP Completely lined bodice of Alencan lace is accented with a scalloped lace edging at the top, The luxuriously wide scalloped lace hem is pointed up by a crescent shaped floral appliqua. White, Black, Champagne. Averaga length. 32-42. Short fingtn 32-38. $6.00 •RIEF (Matches slip and petticoat) A crescent shaped l*ce flower and leaf in •ppliqutd on the left side of brief. In Nylon satintttt for btiuty «nd •iu-of-cart. White, Black, Cham- Hint. 47. $200 GENERAL MACHINE WORKS WELDING • TOOL AND DIE WORK • HEAT TREATING • ENGINEERING And DESIGNING AtmvlMt urlng and Machine Workt PO 2-2911 BARKSDAtE 325 South Broadway

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