The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 27, 1966
Page 2
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R»ge Two - Blytheville (Art.) Courier News - Friday, May W, Wt •wi — '• ~~~~ ir <i»V- • . £ — Society News — 'i'Glenna Lambert, Society Editor SB FIRST BUYER — Police Chief George Ford got an early gart in tomorrow's poppy sale when he made the first purchase from Mrs. Dennis Carmon of the American Legion ""* (Conner Newi Photo) HS; ...... Auxiliary Holds Poppy Sale American Legion Auxiliary members, Juniors and Girl Stater's'will be in .the downtown area tomorrow selling poppies, the memorial flower of the American Legion. These.'popies are made of red crepe.paper by disabled veterans in' hospitals. Contribution's received by the Auxiliary from poppy sales an given for welfare relief to ser vice men and women and their families. Assisting Mrs, Kenneth Mul lins, chairman, tomorrow wil be Phyliss Easley, Judith Ed wards, Carol Griffin, Martha Threlkeld, Kathy Willes, Teresa Phillips-and Brenda Roberts. Social ami Personal Notes A guest in the home of Mrs. P. D. Foster is her daughter, Mrs. Fred Steadman,. of Omaha, Neb,: . Mrs. Henry 'Layson has returned from a visit with her daughters, Mrs. Charles Smith of Saint Simons Island, Ga., and Mrs. W/Jfi; Pease of Atlanta.' Mrs. Margaret Harris of Miami has arrived to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wallace Smith, and family an despecially to attend graduation excercises tonight of her grandson, Doug Smith. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshe are in St: Petersburg, Fla., to attend graduation of their daughter, Lyn, from Adirondack Southern School. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Freeman were in Kennett Thursday afternoon-to attend funeral services of their sister, Mrs. Lillie Mae Watson. Mrs. Jack Benefiel returned last night from Chesterfield, S.C. where she attended funeral services for her father, Claude Ray. field. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams and son Len will attend graduation exercises tonight at Osceola. Mr. Williams' niece, Janice Lee Young, will be graduating as valedictorian of her class. Miss Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young, Jr., has also been awarded a full scholarship to Monticello College in Phon*. PO 3-4461 Miss Halsell Announces Nuptial Plans Miss Betty Diane Halsell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Melvin Halsell, today announced plans for her wedding to Richard Knight Ritchey. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Coleman Ritchey. Vows will be exchanged June 2 at 7 o'clock in First Baptist Church. Officiating will be Rev, Alvis B. Carpenter. Miss Marsha Johnson o: Helena will be vocalist accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart at the organ. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, has asked Mrs. Jerry Ryan of St. Louis to be her matron of honor. Bridesmaids win be Miss Marti Cuadra and Miss Judy Ramey. Miss Susan Halsell, sister of the bride, and Miss Brenda Ritchey, sister of the prospective groom, will be junior bridesmaids. Mr. Ritchey's father will be best man. Groomsmen will be Kent Ritchey and Danny Ritchey, both brothers of the groom, John Stiekmon and Gerald Jumper of Dexter. Ushers will be Chuck MeFall and Bruce Dietsche of Hardy. A reception will be given at the Country Club immediately following the ceremony. MURRELIAS THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••• FRI. & SAT. Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••••*••••• FRIDAY & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE AND THE MAGIC WEAVER SUN. .MON. .TUES. "Move Over Darling" PLUS "Swinging Along" League Honors Mrs. Tune At Bridge Party Mrs. S. E. Tune, who recently >ecame a life master, was guest if honor at a buffet dinner and iridge party last night at the lollday Inn. Entertaining for the event were members of Duplicate Bridge League. The 50 guests were stated at a U-shaped table which was cen< ered with a cascade arrangement of roses. Garlands of ivy extended the length of the table. Special guests were the hon oree's husband, S. E. Tune, and her mother, Mr* C. C. Smith. Mrs. E. B. Gee served as mistress of ceremonies. Following dinner, the group iresented Mrs. Tune with an en;raved charm for her brace- et and a caricature by a local rtist. Winners from the 12 - table bridge game were north-south, first, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. S. E. Tune; second, Jim Roleson and Mrs. King Tetley; Third, Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. C. W. Afflick; fourth, Mrs. Lloyd Burcham and Mrs. J. R. Stevenson, and fifth, Mrs. O.W. McCutchen and Mrs. Ev« arett Gee. East-west winners ' included first, Mrs. Richard Logan and Rick Logan from Charleston, Mo.; second, Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. Jesse White; Third, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. C. Roddey, and tieing for fourth, Mr. and Mrs Harry W. Haines, Tom Wells and Mrs. Tom Nash of Jones boro. Out of town guests were from Charleston, Mo., Jonesboro and Osceola. TOP TEN - These Blytheville High School students have been named honor graduates of the 1966 class. They are (first row) Sherry Walters, Nancy Poole, Peggy Aycock, Bar- bara Scrape, Mauri Porter; (back row) Susan Reed, Judy Porter, Wally Liles, Martha Huffman and Pam Fowler. (Courier News Photo) BRIDE-ELECT — Miss Patricia Ann Ramsey of Manila will become the bride of James F. George, Jr., in a ceremony June 10 in Community Methodist Church in Manila. Club Meets For Bridge Beautify Knee« You Show The new word from Paris Is "show the knee." And a quick glance down the avenue shows many women heed the order. If your knees are worth displaying take care of them. Apply cream to knees daily so they will be soft and not scratched or scaly looking. The shortened skirts call for special attention to the legs, mrvri.iiGES AurnoiirsM) it SI-X'ONI* I'MbS MAII* •lytlievllle Courier NO.VI BLVTHUVIl.l.i:, AIIK. • ZIP - 73318 Birr; W. iialnrs, I'uhllslur jrd >t Walnut 8t« IllyUirvlllr. Ark. Published dully incept Sunrinf Second class postage puld at Bly> thevllle, Ark. HOME DELIVKRV RATES In Dlythcvllle snd lownfi IB tbfl Rlylhcvlllo trade territory Dully :(0c pot week IIV MAIL I'AVAIll.i; IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of niyllilflll, ' $7.00 pci yenr More thin so miles rroin Blytluviui $15.30 per year Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. • ••'•••••••••••••••••«••*•••»•»•••••••••<•• FRIDAY & SATURDAY THEIR COURAGE BLASTM A WAR WIDE OPEN Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained members of Mid-Week Club yesterday at her home. The tables were decorated i with arrangements of yellow roses. In games, winners were Mrs. Charles Crigger, high, and Mrs. George Pyles, second. i Mrs. M. 0. Usrey will host the club next week. A June Wedding Is Planned By Miss Ramsey of Manila Mr. and Mrs. Vv'ilburn J. Ramsey of Manila announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to James F. George, Jr. Mr. George is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James George, also of manila, . The bride-elect is a graduate of Manila High School and is presently employed at American Greetings in Osceola. • Mr. George is employed a t the Grompton Company in Osceola. Vows will be sxchanged at the Community Methodist Church in Manila on June 10. Rev. Jack Glass will perform the ceremony. Remember Pay Your Taper 1 Boy Officers Installed Bible School Begins Monday Vacation Bible School will begin Monday at First Christian Church. Theme of the school will be "God Lives Today." Activities will begin at 9 o'clock and continue until 11:45 each day through Friday. All children are invited to attend and guests are welcome. COLUMBIA PICTURES WMS A BENION FILM PRODUCTION ___._ KIRK DOUGLAS RJCHHR0 HARRIS HERPES OFTOLEMARfi «M«VHIOH'COLUMBIA COLOU Sun. - Mon. - Tues. - Weds. New officers of Blytheville Junior High Pep Club were installed at a meeting Wednesday at the Country Club. Mrs. Hawks Bid Farewell Mrs. John O'Neal and Mrs. Joe Seibert entertained at the Seibert home on Wednesday with an informal luncheon honoring Mrs. George Hawks. Mrs. Hawks and family are leaving next week for Wichita, Kan., lo make their home. Twenty-one guesls attended. Officers are Ann Crigger, j The honoree was presented a president; Judy Caudill, v i c e ! farewell gift by the hostesses. president; Teresa McFarland, secretary; Vicki Todd, treasurer, and Marilyn Moseley, reporter. ' The next meeting will be held i in the fall. Out of town guest was Mrs. Margaret Harris of Miami, Fla. WILDLY COMICI YOU SHOULD CERTAINLY SEE IT -W.Timn COMING SOON 10 THE RITZ MADAME X — Witli Lana Turner & John Forsyllm PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE — With Elvis Prcslay Miss Rawls Complimented A bridal party complimented Miss Dianne Rawls Monday eye ning at the home of Mrs. Alvin R. Peters. For the occasion,, the honoree chose a three-piece i u In m e r suit accented by a corsage o white rows presented by the hostess. Among guests attending were Miss Karen Ellis, Miss Carol Davis, Mist Harriet Morgan Hiss Sunn Roddy, Miss Mary fan* Drake, Mrs. Larry Skelton, drs. James Dugan, Mrs, Don Evans, Mrs. Johnny Buchannon, An. Damon Cook and Mr i. Carl W. Young, The hostess' gift was an early American table service. ' Alton, HI. Mr.andMri. Richard Login nd ion Rick of Charleston, Mo. re visiting her .mother, Mrs, W. McCuKhen; ' \ Small. fry like to sprinkle j sweet cocoa mix (ordinarily used' for beverages) over vanilla ice cream. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Accompanied By Parents. Double Feature JBEMLIflfflthNHti SANDS HI KALAHARI IK wnuvsmLCr WKR moucTM FIRST FEATURE 7:30 When we return your winter wardrobe In the fill INSPECT IT CAHE FULLY. If you can't say it looks better than It would have If van had stored It In the closet, we will cheerfully REFUND THE 8TORAO1 CHARGE. ' . SECOND FEATURE 9:20 ONLY $2.95 Box Storag* Is BEST! Our flarrt hamper f IVM top tonven. lence for bulky winter woolens. Jut drop them Into our hamper, return to dt and your iterate rorrln are orer. W» itore everything at on* low price ...Bothlnc I* oa; til Fill This Includes Insurance Protection Up To MON. ATTRACTION Of All TIME tKCUlfWUIrldCBI 4ppwranct At \ft But" Phon. PO 3-4343 Color by M.WI STARTS AT 7:30

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