The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
Page 4
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Page four - Blyth«vul« (Ark.) Courier Km - ThurxUy, Jun« M. m — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Mary Gay Nelson Miss Burks Complimented Mrs. Wallace Thornbrough, Mrs. Marvin Weeks and Mrs. Ilifford Hebert entertained Friday evening with a miscelU aneous bridal 'shower honoring Miss Betty Carol Burks. The affair was held at the liornbrough home. For the. occasion, the honoree chose a mint green sheath dress with matching accessories. She received a corsage of pink carnations accented with wedding lells from the hostesses. Special guests, Mrs. Paul Bruks, mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. John Burks, grandmother of Miss Burks, were also presented corsages of white ;arnations. In carrying, out a bridal theme, a miniature bride doll and pink tapers in silver candelabra were used as a center- jiece on the serving table. A lace cloth covered the table. Miss Martha Ann Burks, sister of the bride-elect, presided at the crystal punch bowl. July 31 Rites to Unite Miss Nelson, Paul Shipley ; Miss Mary Gay Nelson will . become the bride of Paul Larsen Shipley on July 31 in a 3 ~ 6'clock ceremony at First Methodist Church. Miss Nelson is the daughter •icf Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson and the granddaughter of Mrs. B. F. Gay and the late Mr. Gay, •''all of Blytheville. Mr. Shipley is the son of Mr. .and Mrs. James T. Shipley and 'the grandson of Mrs. John I. Larsen and the late Mr. Larsen, all of Lakeland, Fla. The bride - elect graduated 'frqm Blytheville High School. rShe attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland where she received a bachelor of arts de- gree in mathematics. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary education so ciety; her social sorority is Alpha Chi Omega. During her jophomore year she was elected Kappa Alpha Rose. The groom-elect was gradu ated from Lakeland High School and Florida Southern Col lege where he received a bache lor of science degree in busi ness. He was a member of t h e varisty crew at Florida Southern and of the Kappa Alpha Order He was commissioned as second lieutenant in the Unitec States Army in June. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••••»•••¥»*••••**••••••••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature Adult Entertainment 'HOUSE IS NOT A HOME" — Robt. Toy/or & Shelly Winters "ESCAPE FROM HELL ISLAND"—Mark Steven 7:30 9:20 FRI.-SAT. 7:30 •me, Double Feature 9:20 Relax at the Starvue Drive In joe Moses is his name... stealing fttrica is his game! Robert Carroll Mitciium Baker ««FBWHIS5PH)DUClfflt fiitwar Miss Dcnton, Fiance Honored The home of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ballon at Wilson was the setting for a cocktail supper party Sunday night honoring Miss Sally Grain Denton of Wilson and her fiance, Eddie Saig, of West Memphis. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Balton in entertaining the 50 guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. John Crain, Jr., Miss Judy Grain and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Railsback of Pine Bluff. Miss Denton choshe a printed press of silk linen for the occasion and wore a corsage of white orchids. John Dresbach played background music during the evening. Miss Sally Crain Denton (Photo by TiereU, Memphis) Miss Denton of Wilson To Say Vows July 16 Miss Sally Grain Denton and . *,.*. «-j~— j , lyiiss OflUy Vjiain L/CIUULI auu The gift table, also overlaid [Edward Saig will be married with lace over pink, was marked | j u | y 15 j n the home of her moth- mi* U n Kf I/la fli-ill TlArc H»VlOT*fr -.. H*. tin 11 ;.-.»•* Trtrt T"lo«tnn nf with a bride doll. Mrs. Hebert registered the gifts as they were opened. Winners in games were Nan:y Shanks and Mrs. Louis Gonzales. The hostesses' gift was of china in her chosen pattern. Out of town guests were Mrs. Frank Houle of Jacksonville, Fla., aunt of the honoree, and Mrs. Jim Pitzer of Indianapolis, Ind. Approximately 35 guests attended. Miss Burks and James M. er, Mrs. William Joe Denton, of Oak Meadow at Wilson. Mr. Saig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saig of West Memphis. The bride-elect, daughter of Circle Meets For Program The program, "My Family Witnessing in the Community," was featured at the meeting of Circle I of Trinity Baptist Miss Bum ana James m. vesterdav Garrett, Jr. were married Sun- Chujch yesterday, day in First Baptist Church. the late Mr. Denton, was gradu ated from Lausanne School for Girls, attended the University of Arkansas and received a B.A degree from Southwestern. At Lausanne, she was a mem' ber of Sigma Kappa Sigma Soriority Decem and We Mod erns. She was a member of Chi Omega Sorority at Southwestern. Miss Denton was a Memphis debutante of the 1962-63 season. She is a member of Girl's CotS- lion Club and was an animated ad and a living in Les Passees Entertaining the five members and one guest at her home was Mrs. Idelle Blackard. Mrs. Arah Speck led the group in opening prayer and repeating of the WMU watchword. Participating on the program were Mrs. E. G. Lovell, Mrs. Loyce McDermoU, Mrs. Lena Mullins, Mrs. Blackard and Mrs. Speck. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Lovell. the hostess served refreshments during the social hour. New Year's She is the Eve Cabarets, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey L. Denton of Tyronza and the late Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crain of Wil- jn. Mr. Saig attended the University of Arkansas, where his fraternity was Kappa ^igma. He was president of his pledge class and of the University's School of Business Administration. He is a member of Ihe Roya! Club, having been prince of the Petroleum Club in the 1960 Memphis Cotton Carnival. The bridegroom-elect is president of the West Memphis Boarc of Realtors and of the Saig Company, real estate firm. Party Honors Bride-elect, Miss Hudson The home of Mrs. Ralph Swain was the setting of a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Ann Hudson, bride-elect of Jimmy Lentz, last week. Serving as co-hostesses were Miss Julia Swain, Miss Sherry Brown and Miss Margaret Lunsford. Among the 35 gjests were a number of classmates with whom she graduated this year. Miss Hudson chose for the oc- ,,-,,,,, , ,, • casion an oyster white linen Catholic Ladies Guild met re- Due to the absence of Mrs sheath complemented by a cym-jcenlly in the Chapel Annex for Chester Smith during the monh bidum orchid corsage presented I its annual mother - daughter of July and August, Mrs. Gerald b ythe hostesses. breakfast. [McDaniel will report base_news Air Force Family Scene Mis. Chester Smith, LE 2-5592 A special guest, Mrs. Cletus Hudson, mother of the bride- elect, wore a pink silk shantung sheath. She was also presented a pink carnation corsage. Winners in games, which were directed by Miss Swain, were Susan Reed, Linda Lipscomb, Joanne McHaney, Paula Crews, Mary Brown and Judy Davis. Punch and cake were served from white centered with white tapers silver candelabra. The hostesses' gift was a tef- lon electric skillet. a table draped with a cutwork linen doth and Register July 1st .... BLYTHEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FARMER'S BANK BUILDING Registration Date - July 1st, Friday 9-12 a.m. — Summer Day Classes — Daily Mon. thru Fri., July 5 - Aug. 12 S:50 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. COURSES OFFERED SHORTHAND REFRESHER COURSE ACCOUNTING I TYPEWRITING SURVEY OF CLERICAL PROCEDURES: (includes) OFFICE MACHINES — FILING VOCAIULARY & SPELLING — RECORD KEEPING For Complete Information—Call PO 3*7496 Mra. Whit* breakfast. Those in attendance were Father K e o h a n e, Monsignor Miclieal Donovan, members and guests. She may be reached at LE 5232. Mrs. Smith and children wil visit her parents in Oklahoma nnioim HUB Kicky short skirts call for more shapely knees. A skin- toned blush applied over the entire kneecap gives a "lighting" effect. To improve knee contour apply a deep brown shadow in cream form on the inner knee. For thin knees, shade the center knee. Father Keohane opened with!until Sgt. Smith's leave begins. Then, they will visit other relatives and friends in California. prayer Mrs. La Von Bais, president, introduced members and guests. Each guest was presented a bottle of cologne b yFalhev Keohane who left recently for a new assignment in Puerto Rico. Fare wells were extended him. at this time. . The guest speaker, Monsignor Donovan, was introduced by Father Keohane and spoke on "How We as Adults Can Help Our Young People Shape Them selves into Morally Good Adults." The meeting ended with prayer. Next meeting of the Guild will be, Friday, July 1, at the officers club following mass and Communion at the Base Chapel. Nursery will be open. The new Catholic chaplain who arrived this month is Father Bernard Ihrie from Langley, AFB, Virginia. The Base Garden Club will hold a games day July 7 at the Service Club beginning at 1 p.m. The club ' meets the • f i r s t Thursday of each month and their interests vary from flow«r arrangements lo arts and crafts. All military wives are urged to attend. Keep Natural Brow Line Find your most n»tura! brow line by brushing all brow hairs straight up and then out into the brow's natural arc. Pluck only those hairs that stray from this natural line. LOSE WEIGHT THIS WEEK... IT'S EASY WITH SLENDER-X (r) BY P-D A. This amazing slenderizing formula, available with no prescription necessary, <' a n help you become the slim and trim person you want to be! Simply take a small SIender-\ tablet before each meal. Slcn- der-X goes to work immediately to imt an end to your excessive food craving. As Slnder-X helps you stop your extra food intake it starts you on the way to a more attractive self, IT REALLY WORKS! How many pounds do you want to lose .. . 10, 30, even 45 pounds .. or mote? You can do it with Slender-X just like people are discovering all over the country. Vou have nothing to lose except thos* Mnsightly pounds. And If you aren't completely satisfied, you'll get your money hack. So get on the road to a better-looking you this wcekl Slcnder-X cost only $2.98 for a 21 days supply anti S4.98 for a -12 flays supply, and Is sold, on a money back guarantee fcy: Stewart Drug Store Blytheville, Arkansas '•••••MAIL TOPAV ••••», • SMI. me reguiur 21 day • • supply of Slender-X by • • P.D.A for only $2-98 or T • 6 weeks supply for $4-98. , • • • Name • J • • Address • t City J ! State J • payment • • ( ) Enclosed ( ) C.O.D. J THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••••*••••••••• THURS. - FRI. - SAT. ALSO Special Addtr Dav* Clark Fjv« Tht Rolling Stonts Beatles Com* Horn* Bits oi Newsl m y ptr* onal Mrs. Howard Smith underwent surgery yesterday afternoon in Campbell's Clinic in Memphis. She is in Room 309. Richard Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. filbert Ross of Memphis, former Blytheville residents, underwent surgery Monday in St. Joseph Hospital it- Memphis. He Is reported to b« In satisfactory condition. Mr. and Mrs Sam Black and son John have returned after spending a week in Philadelphia. Youngsters will enjoy Toasted Cinnamon Slicks as an after- school snack. To make these, cut thick-sliced bread into strips, dip in undiluted evaporated milk, then in melted butter. Roll sticks in a mixture of sugar and cinnamon am bake In a hot oven for -ibout 20 minutes. For the sugar mixture, use a half cup of sugar and a tablespoon of cinnamon. Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOUA •••••••••*•••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY CARLOAD — $1.00 "RED RIVER" John Wayne FRI. & SAT. PLUS ? 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