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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 25, 1966
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Pay Tiro - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, JUM ». »M* — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 84461 Bits of News Miss Leta McCormic!; PHoto ly Bob's ot Fayetterille John Stickmon To Claim Miss McCormick As Bride Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. William Edward McCormick of Wynne of the engagement and approaching marriage of thUr daughter, Leta Margaret, to John Richard Stickmon. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon of Blythevllle. The bride - elect was graduated from Wynne High School where she was a member of the Beta Club, Stinger maid, delegate to Girls State, majorette and football homecoming queen. She received a .bachelor of arts degree in June from the Luncheon Compliments Miss Callis Miss Nancy Shannon McKin non, assisted by her mother, Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, entertain, ed with a bridal luncheon, Thursday at 1 o'clock, in honor of Miss Lalla Ann Callis of Luxora. The luncheon was held at the McKinnon home in Manila. Miss Callis, who will be wed to Robert Edgar Kapp on July 10, chose for the occasion a blue linen sheath embroidered in deep shades of blue and white. The honoree was presented a corsage of white carnations centered with tiny sweetheart rosebuds. Mrs. Tom Callis, mother of the bride-elect, wore a rose silk linen sheath and was presented a carnation corsage. An antique Dresden bowl filled with pink shasta daises graced the luncheon table and magnolia blossoms arranged in a silver champagne bucket decorated the bay window in the dining room. Each guest received as a fa. vor a bottle of Balenciaga perfume hidden In the folds of a miniature bride doll's gown. The hostesses' gift was a silver tray. Twelve guests attended. BILL OF FARE Sunday, June 26th THE MENU APPI-TEASER . SALAD COFFEE OR TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES (CHOOSE PROM 12) DESERT $1.75 Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But It is possible »t the Drummer Boy because of an unusual method or system In food handling and preparation - made possible because of *. fabulous aray of carefully selected cooking equipment which was custom designed to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pre cook any entrees - every order Is freshly prepared to your spcial order. You can see and taste the difference. Beef - Pork • Fowl • Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Blythevilles Newest and Finest .Restaurant 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 University of Arkansas. At the University, she served as an officer of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Miss McCormick is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Edward McCormick of Grenada, Miss., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meek Townes of Seven Oaks Plantation, Philipp, Miss. Grandparents of the groom elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. William Albert Stickmon and the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ira Haley, all of Blytheville. Mr. Stickmon was graduated rom Bytheville High School. He vas a member of the All-State Band, student council, vice jresident of the senior class, and was gold winner of the Masque and J Gavel medal. He is now a senior at the University of Arkansas School of Business Administration, majoring in marketing and agriculture. The wedding is planned for August 20 at 4 o'clock in the First Methodist Church at Wynne. JflIRR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA 5 LAST TIME TODAY - "THE GHOST and MR. i CHICKEN" fi> —Don Knottj ?*CASEY at the METS" SUN. - MON. Cavalry vs. Apache GREGORY nwmcoio. '•- MWVMWM nm<wutNMmo*. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "DINOSAURUS" "THE BLOB" SUN. - MON. - TUES. PUIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL BlythertUe Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. *RK Of - 72316 Harry IV. Raines, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts Blytherllle. Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Bly. theville. Ari. BOMB DELIVER! RATES In Blytheplils and towns In the Blythartlle tr»d« territory Daily 30o oar w*efe BT MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Wltbin 50 miles ol Blytbtrellle $7.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blytaevlllt £15.60 per year ij persona fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiHiilliniiiiiiiil Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith have had as a guest their granddaughter, Caroline. Mrs, John Scott has been visiting in Atlanta, Ga. Rev. John White, pastor of First Christian Church, is at Fort Chaffee. He will return next week. Mrs. Ralph Smith of Kauf- nian, Tex., is a guest in the lo'me of Rev. and Mrs. Jqhn White. Mrs. John White and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester Mil leave tomorrow to attend the Quadrennial at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind., as representa- :ives of First Christian Church. Ed Hayes underwent surgery Ms morning in Chickasawba Hospital. Ellen White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick White, and Kay Osborne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. OsLorne, are at Camp Marymounl in Nashville. They will return Thursday. John Stickmon is attending ROTC summer camp at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Mrs. Buddy Halsell were in Jonesboro Wednesday to attend a luncheon at the Holiday Inn honoring Mrs. Dick Ritchey, a recent bride. Mrs. Ritchey is the former Miss Diane Halsell. Entertaining weere Mrs. Paul Hoffman and Mrs. James Pardue of Jonesboro. Luther D. Clements of Blytheville, a senior in the college of Engineering at Oklahoma State University, was named to the dean's honor roll for the spring semester. Mrs. Paula Donner of Huntingdon, Tenn., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Issac Ashby, last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson of Longview, Tex., are parents of their second child, a son, born June 22. Mrs. Wilson is the former Margie Beard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beard of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Fried announce the birth of their second child, a son, born June 22. Mrs. Pried is the former Patsy Beard, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beard of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Beard are in Longview visiting their daughters and families. Grace and Sissy White, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White, are attending Skyline Ranch Camp in Metone, Ala., Their son, Johnny, is attending Camp Laney at'Metone. Miss Linda Carson of North Little Rock is visiting in the home of Miss Sherry Brown for several weeks. While in Blytheville, she will attend the wedding of Miss Ann Hudson. Coming Events Monday First Baptist Woman's Missionary Society will meet a! 1 p.m. in old sanctuary for mission study. American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m., Little Hut. Gosnell EH Club will meet. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults lac- Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••••••••••*••»»•••*»••••••»••••••••»•••••»••• LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature THE CINCINNATI KID—Steve McQueen and Ann Margret OPERATION CROSSBOW—Sophia Loren and George Peppard Come by 10 PM an Saturday Night, and you can always i» ALL of the last feature. The rest of the week come by 9:30, and you can see ALL of tbe lut feature. SUN. • MON. 7:30 TUES. H-G-MAiiDflLMWAYS-ncsiMT ELIZABETH TAYLOR RICHARD BURTON EVA MARIE SAINT IN MARTIM RANSOHOFPS ;• •• PRODUCTION : m MMWSIOH" «xo Double Feature 9:20 nM MOLE K WNWIO MMIflMI EVERYTHING HAPPENS IN.. RELAX AT THE DRIVE-IN! DATE SET An August .22 wedding in First Baptist ChUi-ch at Osceola is planned by Miss Deborah Kay Stovall of Osceola and Jafnes Travis Nichols. Deborah Stovall of Osceola Is Engaged to Travis Nichols Miss Deborah-Ray Stovall of Osceola and James Travis Nichols will be .named August 22 in a 6. o'clock ceremony in First Baptist Church of Osceola. Cotillion Club Hosts Dinner-Dance Over 100 members and guests of Cotillion Club were entertained at a dinner dance last night at the Country Club. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day, Mr. and Urs. Ross Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston; Dr. and Mrs. Herbert 'Jones, Mayor and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. ; Joe Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hobinson. Hurricane lamps .with mixed bouquets of gladioli, snapdragons, daisies and babies' breath in varied colors graced the buffet. . The Thunderbirds from Jones- Doro provided music for dancing. New officers, elected during a business meeting which preceded the dinner, were Ross Hughes president; Bill Stovall, vice president; Mrs. Harold Doyle, secretary, and Mrs. M. J. Os- borrte; treasurer. Announcement of the engagement is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Stovall of Osceola Mr. Nichols is the son of Mr. and Mrr, Ulice Nichols of Blytheville. The bride • elect attended Osceola High School and is presently employed at Tullas Beauty Shop. Miss Stovall Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brooks of Blythevllle and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Stovall of Osceola. Mr. Nichols, a graduate of Blytheville High School, is employed at Continental 6il Company. Grandparents of the groom • elect are Mrs. Orvilla Nichols and the late Merlie Nichols. Bride-elect, Fiance Honored Miss Carol Frankum and her fiance, Billie Ross, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. John Hannon with a patio fish fry Friday evening. A special guest was J. M. Frankum, father of the bride • elect. A gift of a kitchen appliance was presented to the couple from the hosts. The couple will be married August 21 at tiosnell Baptist Church. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. •••»••••••••••••••••••••••••«••••••••••••*••• SAT. Double Feature Gen. Audience DARING! DEADLY* DIABOLICAL! A killer spore from outer spj« that devours i ^ COLOR M JttKlwo _ GARY CLARKE • CHRIS NOEL SPECIAL GUEST STAWI » fir™ www • """ SUN. - MON. - TUES. - WED Gen. Aud. OEADLY...MN8EMUS.~ THE GAME IS... BLINDFOLD! ^B» InSON CUUDIACARDHUIE | BLINDFOLD COMING SOON TO TUB MM MONKEY'S UNCU - With Twnmy KM THREE ON A COUCH - With Jerry Lewie MY FAIR LADY - With Amtm Ripkttn * ta •wrhM BOY, DID I GET A WRONG NCMBEH — With B* Btp DR. OOLOFOOT * BIKINI MACHINE - With taUkta Af*lM THE SINGING NUN - With Drtble Rtynoldl Golden Age Club Meets Mri. VMM Morrii WH tint- eit to mtmbtrt ol Golden Age Club Thuriday night. Guest* ittending were MM, Herman Adair of Monticello, Mrs. William* and Mrs. Maude Cassidy. Mrs. Emily Conley had charge of the meeting which was opened with prayer. Minutes of the previous meeting were read. Mrs. Leoni Mullins, Mrs. Cleo Robertson and Mr*. Conley presented readings. After group songs, a duet was heard from Mrs. Mollie Klnnmg- ham and Mrs. Viola Morris. Members signed a card to be sent to Mrs. Lilile McMullIn irt» it visiting in California. First Baptist Church Blytheville, Ark. Sunday, Junt 26 10:50 AM Service "Christian Emphasis" 7:30 PM Service Ordinance of Baptism And The Lord's Supper Rev. A. B. Carp*i ler Patter B; Mil. Buddy Btward Th* Fourth of July holiday is celebrated with no special religious significance. Thi« lack of religious attachment is contrary to the customs and thoughts of our fore-fathers. In blunt language, some of them would turn over in their graves if they could see our interpretation of the festival. We owe a gratitude to God for having placed our fore-fathers on earth at that particular time in history. They fought f6r human rights; for freedom against tyrannic*! rul* f6r unborn generations. After they won th* struggle, they considered victory NOT as right*.won by them, but as God given privileges they were permitted to proudly participate in. What sort of men were Washington, Adams, Madison, Franklin, Jay, Jefferson, Hamilton . . . and all the rest? Next week's colmun will spotlight their beliefs and behavior. It will be interesting. Don't miss it. MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME

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