The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 30, 1966
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— Society News — Biytftevme (Affl.> courier irewt,- Saruraiv, Apffl », HW- Pt|t flm Olenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Air Force Family Scene Mrs. Chester Smith, LE 2-5591 Cub Scout Pack 97 met Thursday evening, April 21, in the chapel annex. Theme for April was tr Nature's Backyard." Tony Harrington was awarded a Wolf badge of Den 6. Those receiving gold arrow 'Moth-1 points under the Wolf rank were The meeting was opened with group songs led by Airman Dick White. The flag ceremony was conducted by Den 3, Introduced as new committee members were Sgt. Wally Nor man, committee chairman, and Airman Les Johnson, den Dad for Webelos. Kecognition ceremony "The Four Corners" was led by Den ROXY THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Continuous Showing Saturday & Sunday 'Admission 25c and 50e Double Feature "WOMAN WHO WOULDN'T DIE" —And— "THE THIRD DAY" Sot. Mid-Nite Show Bridget Bardot 'The truth" Mark Charter, Den 3, Frankie Rountree, Den 3 and Tony Harrington of Den 6. Silver arrow points under the Wolf rank went to James Mars! of Den 6, Michael Burbridge ol Den 3, Mark Charter of Den 3 who received two points, Chuck Hoffman of Den 7 and Chuck Crow of Den 7. Silver arrow points under the Bear badge went to Richard Dermody of Den 3. Silver arrow points under the Lion badge went to Steve Blaylock, Den 7, Walt Dermody and Jerry Taylor of Webelos. Graduating from the Webelos to Boy Scouts were Walter Dermody and Michael Schrock. Mrs. Florene Taylor and Mrs. Elda Blaylock were awarded certificates for their past work as den mothers. Each boy in the Pack was given gold awards for their efforts in selling candy for the Scout program. Den 7 was awarded the attendance banner. After the meeting closed refreshments were servd by Dn 6. Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis Bone, Jr., had as guests over the weekend Mrs. Bone's brother, Bob Murray, and Miss Juanita Rapp. They accompanied them back to Southeast Missouri State College in Cape Girardeau. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wlieeler of Morganton, N. C., visited Mr. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mrs. Buddy Howard In times past, people sought anwsers to questions just as we seek answers to more and more complicated questions in today's faster pace of living. It seems the more answers we get, the more questions come up. We wonder if the answers are actually answers or merely temporized explanations. More and more peeole seem to be going to psychiatrist's couches for answers, explanation and help. At best, psychiatrists can only point out that the answer to an anguished problem lies within the individual. Centuries ago, even a Man from Galilee uttered a question on the cross, "My God, My God, why has't thou forsaken me?" Just as He, in experiencing- anguish and pain, knew the question wasn't really a question, the same uncomplicated answer to individual despair awaits us ; ours to accept, where and when we will . . . MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL SERVICE. and Mrs. Eatl Tubbs last week. Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Tubbs are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Harrison and sons Mike and Dale of Pine Bluff and their grandson Allen Slayson of Memphis visited recently in the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Walter G. Harrison and son Speedy. Monday Late Mixed Bowling League met Monday evening at Strat-0-Lanes to elect officers and approve the rules for the summer league. Officers elected were president, Jim Corser; vice-president K. C. Brown; secretary and treasurer, Dolly Hein, and sergeant at arms, Chuck Marlow. It was voted to start the 18 weeks of summer bowling May 2 at 9 p.m. A farewell coffee was held recently in the home of Mrs. Margot Schriefer in honor of Mrs. Dib Burns who will be leaving soonwith her husband, Sgt. Robert Burns and son Bobby for their new assignment in England. Mrs. Gloria Junkin won the door prize and Mrs. Marie Richett won game prize. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Viola Duval and Mrs. Edna Cooke. A variety of cakes, tea and coffee were served to Mrs. Bilie Counterman, Mrs. Laverne Smith, Mrs. Jean Walker, Mrs. Sloria Junkin, Mrs. Betty Euts- er, Mrs. Eugene Shaw, Mrs. 3ot Lavallee, Mrs. Julie De- 5usk, Mrs. Ruby Turner, Mrs. Charlotte Charter, Mrs. Bernie Jenson, Mrs. Betty Findley, »!rs. Marie Richett, Mrs. Leon Horeau, Mrs. Evelyn Fogg, Mrs Jean Brown, Mrs. Glenna Marro, Mrs. Mary Mugan, the hostesses and the honoree. Mrs. W. M. Cooke honored ler son Gary with a party April 16 on his sixth birthday. Game prizes were won by Cin- ly Furnery and Karen Brown. Cake, ice cream, cold drinks and party favors were served to Lisa and Cindy Furnery, Kar Jen, Kim and Jeff Brown, Sa' brina Schiefer, Mark and Shorty Blaylock, Mike Norman, Chip and Johnny Walker, Rhonda and Tinky Willis, Vickie and Michael Young, Ann Gilkerson and the honoree. Beatify for the Young Bridesmaid It's heartening to hear men encourage women to be fresh and feminine. Hand care specialist James Jenkins (of Pacquin) suggests a bridesmaid (left) start at least t week before the ceremony to smooth her complexion and hands. Hairstylist John Bernard, meanwhile, designs a flattering hairdo for the bridesmaid using a wigiet (right) in a lighter color than the bridesmaid's natural hair color. Wigiet is braided, draped on one side with a curl of real hair at the neckline. Ribbon may be inter* twined in the braid to substitute for the daisies shown here. 97th AMMS Squadron Wives met Tuesday evening, April 26, in Kingsley Hall for their final coffee until fall. Mrs. Bobby Counterman was welcomed as a guest. Door prize was won by Betty Williams and game prizes to Peggy Wallace and Betty Wil| liams. Hostesses for this month were Louise Laverty and Barbara Stricland. 65th MMS Squadron Wives held a luncheon Wednesday, April 20 at the Drummer Boy Restaurant. Raymond Carl Davis, former-1 by Alicia Hart Beauty Editor Newspap e r Enterprise As s n. NEW YORK - (NBA) text to the fa.her of tile bride he most overlooked person in he wedding party is the bridesmaid. This shouldn't be. According to a sympathetic hair - stylist hre, John -Bernard, the wedding of a friend or relatives provides the unmarried bridesmak with a perfect/"showcase. The problem then is to take advantage of the special occasion from this young woman's point ol view without detracting from the bride. Britisher Bernard first sug- ly of Blytheville Air Force Base, died April 17 in Pennsylvania. He leaves his wife, Barbara and four children. Mr. Davis was a tech sergeant in the Combat Defense Squadron at Blytheville before being medically retired last year. Airman and Mrs. Charles August Van Cleave IV announce the birth of a son Charles August Van Cleave V born April 20. Maternal grandparents are Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Pace of Blytheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Glen Perry and Mrs. Steven Seals accompanied Mrs. Seals' husband, Airman Seals, to Memphis Tuesday where he .eft to spend a year's tour in Viet Nam. gests any young woman with hairdo that frames the face to wedding duty in sight, take a long look in the mirror. He says the looking glass should reflect a youthful freshness and not a carbon copy of mother or even grandmother in dress and makeup. John Bernard is far from pleased with the kooky, architectural haircuts and points out they make most women look hard and unat.ractive to men. He doesn't recommend such a hairdo for the bridesmaid. Instead, he says to select a advantage but doesn't cover it like a sheepdog. Such a style also needs to be in keeping with your age. He especially likes long romatic hair style for wo« men under 25. If you have long flowing hair, don't hide it during the wedding ceremony. For the young woman with shorter hair, John Bernard recommends a postiche. John Bernard, being a romanticist, believes a bridesmaid should begin early to pamper Bridge League Winners Told Winners of Thursday evening bridge games hade been announced by Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League. North • south winners were first, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. C. W. Afflick; second, Mrs. J. R. Stevenson and Mrs. Frank Grigsby, and third, Jim Roleson and Mrs. Foy Etchie- on. East - west winners included first, M. M. Handle and Mrs. S. E. Tune; second, Mr. Nash and Mr. Wells of Jonesboro, and hird, Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. Russell Phillips. A regular game is scheduled this afternoon at 1:15 at Shamrock Lanes. Master point games will be played Thursday evening nd Saturday afternoon. . PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG. . . IMAYTAG... IVM y THEATRE Your Friendly T heat ft OSCEOLA Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "The Masque of Red Death" "The Curse of the Fly" "Devils of Darknss" "GO GO MANIA" Sun.-Mon.-Tue. Sun.-Mon.-Tue. A new generation of dependable ^^^^^^J that gets clothes really clean. U£M/Ttl will work their fcv out for you. Ask any nrraJli owner. There are over 16,000,000 of them. Far more than any other brand. People depend on Dick Osborne Furn. Co. Blytheville, Arkansas Armorel Planting Co. Armorel, Arkansas McKinnon's Manila, Arkansas Wheeler Hardware Leachville, Arkansas When you are heating fat for deep-frying, do so slowly. K you are using a deep saucepan or kettle for the frying, it will need to be one-half to two-thirds full of melted shortening, and the slow heating may take as long as twenty minutes. PRIVILEGES ACTBORIZED A* SECOND CLASS MAIL BLYTHEVILLE, ABK. BlytueTilll Courier Ntw» ZIP - 72316 Bury W. HaUiej, PuDIUbn 3rd at Walnut srj. BIjtBeviUe, irk. Published dan? except Sunday Second class postage paid at Ely- tnertlle. Art. SOME DCLIVKRY RATES IB Blytneville and towns In tbe trod« territory: 35o per week Dally »•? MAU, PAYABLE Hi ADVANCt Wltnin 90 mllen or BlythetUl.. $8.00 per year Mora than SO miles from Blytnevlll* her complexion, 1 o s * a few pounds if necessary and generally work lo look her best for the ceremony. Concurring with the hairstylist is hand care s p e c i a 1 i st James W. Jenkins (of Picquin). He suggests use of hind'and body lotions on upper arini',. elbows and the neck every night for at least a week before th« wedding; Both men feel that while som« wedding guests are gazing at the new bride, others will bt looking at the bridesmaid who makes the effort to be freshly groomed and at.ractive. FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY MOBE ffOAV COMPANY is expanding its retail operation throughout Arkansas. Opportunities available for women with sales ability and willingness to work. For further information contact... Mr. J.T. Corner. 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