The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 8, 1966
Page 4
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Pg»Fott-.Blya»vint(Arfc.)C()uri«rNm-FrMiy. July«,H»» (•*>".•• — Society News — GUnna Lambttt, Society Editor Phont PO 3^461 ENGAGED Miss Karen Jane Duncan will become the bride ol Brian A. Lackie on Sept. 4 at the Coleridge Baptisi Church. Jane Duncan to Wed Bfian Lackie of Memphis MK and Mrs. John M. Duncan of 800 E. Walnut, have announced the engagement anc approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Jane, to Brian A. Lackie, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ganno of Memphis. Miss Duncan is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.;William H. Duncan of Ely- theville, and the late Mr. and Mrs*-Charey Hutchison, Sr., of Maldon, Mo. Mfi-Lackie is the grandson of the-late Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Lackie of Humbolt, Tenn., and of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Woods of Humbolt, Tenn. The bride-elect is a 1966 graduate of BIytheville High School, where she served as vice president of the Future Business Leaders of America, secretary of the varsity choir, a member of the Future Teachers of Amer- ica and the Thesbian Club. Miss Duncan was a member of the Arkansas All-District choir. She was selected first place winner of the District Woman's Club scholarship in voice ai Forrest City, and placed seconc at State in Little Rock. She was sleeted as first alternate to Miss City Beautiful of BIytheville. Miss Duncan is now employed at BIytheville Holiday ton. Mr. Lackie graduated from BIytheville High School. He is attending Memphis State University, majoring in bookkeeping and accounting. He is currently employed with Abel Elec- ;ric Co. in Memphis. The couple will be married Sept. 4 at 3 p.m. in Coeridge Baptist Church in BIytheville. I Bits of News flu ptrtonal moat ly fftri Miss Rebecca Greenway Wed Julian Walker, Jr. The. engagement of Miss Rebecca Louellyn Greenway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mal- coot-tfireenway, 1114 Terry Lane, to Julian Nicholas Walker, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Walker, 408 Ruddle Road, has'b'een announced by her parents;" • Mjss Greenway attended Gos- nell'High'School where she was a member of the pep club and band "and was a majorette. She graduated from BIytheville High School. Miss Greenway is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Cora liGirlsTo Attend Camp Fifteen BIytheville girls le yesterday to attend Camp Mira micjjge, near Hardy, for t w weeks. The. girls went to Memphis an caught a train to Hardy. Girls attending the camp ar Julia. McHaney, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert McHaney; Nai cy and Melanie Harrison, daug ters of Mr. and Mrs. Max Har risoriY Cynthia Westbrook daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Westbrook; Harriett Haines, daughter Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry A. Haines Shelly Tarpley, daught for M.1 and-Mrs. Bailey Tarpley; Linda Barnes, daughter of Mr. an< Mre.'OTio Barnes; Sgjly Johnson, daughter of Mr andJJVIrs. Elbert Johnson; Liz Rainwater, daughter of Dr. an< Mrs,.'W. T. Rainwater; Marilyn Moseley, daughter of Mr. a n t Mrs^ Charles Moseley; Ginny Rose', daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Rose; Kay Wilkinson, daughter of Revrand Mrs. Martin Wilkinson ;'Melissa Guard, daughter ol Dr. ; and Mrs. James C. Guard; Patrice Gurley, daughter of Mr. and"'-Mrs. J. L. Gurley; and Lauren Jamison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jamison. Greenway of-Dell and Mrs. H. R. Crawford and the late H. R. Crawford, Sr.j of BJytheville. Mr. Walker is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Walker, and the late Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Laymon of Dyersburg, Tenn. He is a graduate of BIythe- ville High School and is employed at West Cash and Carry. An August 26 wedding is planned. nuvntoM AUTHORIZED • ilCOND CLASS MAIL ..Mrthtfille Courier Ncm Hurt HCVILLE. AXE. ax • raw W. antati, P M it wtiBDt su - BlrthiTlUt Ark. PublliHtd dally <ioepl Sund«j Becort Otm pMttf* P414 M K»- th..m., *rk. ^ ~>OMB MUVm MKS wd tawnt la Hw Avocado dip is easy to make. Just peel, seed and mash the avocado and add salt, pepper and lemon juice to taste. The minced onion — as little or as much as you like. Serve the dip with corn chips. Dip sliced eggplant (as is or pared) in slightly beaten egg and seasoned fine dry bread crumbs; brown in butter. Serve with a tomato sauce for a meatless meal. Toasted slices of pound cake make a good base for "shortcake." Just pile sweetened strawberries on the pound cake and top with whipped cream. HHiiimiiiiimiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiuiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiii J. T. L e n t i, who returnee home from the hospital yester day, has re-entered the Baptis Hospital in Memphis. Robert Gray, Jr., spent th July 4 holiday with his mothe and father, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Gray of Armorel. Mrs. Gra is in Doctors' Hospital. He stationed at Selfridge Air Fore ~ase, Mich. Jerry St. Lawrence, son o the former Estelle Hawks o BIytheville, and a friend, Danny Jett, both of Whittier, Calif., are visiting Jerry's grandmother Mrs. Bertie Hawks. Mrs. Kenneth Lawson and chil dren, Dawn, Kenny, and Chris and Mr. Ellon Lawson, all o Chicago; Mrs. Miarnie McFall md Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- r all and son, Jeff, were holiday juests of Mrs. Nora Lawson. and Luana and Larry Lawson. ' Terry Murley, daughter of Irs. Lorene Murley, left Sunday to attend Girl Scout Camp Crossed Arrows for two weeks Terry's sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Chitmon, drove her to the camp. Anna Idella Long of BIythe- ville is among some 34 students participating in a 1966 Pre-College Conference at the University of Mississippi this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Benton of 1000 Country Club Road will attend an annual national sales meeting of Burch Plow Works, Inc. in. Evansville, Ind., next week. Mr. Benton is sales re- resentative for the Indiana firm in north Arkansas and southeast Missouri. ENGAGED-' The engagement of Miss Nancy Patricia Davis Marcus Eugene Gunter has been announced by her parents. Nancy Patricia Davis to Wed Marcus Eugene Gunter Mr. and Mrs. Norman Davis I band, of Gosnell have announced the! Miss Davis is presently em- ingagement of their daughter* Nancy Patricia, to Marcus Eu- ;ene Gunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Bud) Gunter of Burdette. Miss Davis was a 1966 grad- ployed by State Farm Insurance Co. Mr. Gunter, a 1964 graduate of BIytheville High School, was an active member of the football, basketball and track teams He attended Arkansas State First Union vktory to the War between the State* was the battle of Philippt, June 3,1M1. A digamist is • person who If mirried legally for the second time. ate of Gosnell High School. „„ . he was a member of the JJf «future Homemakers of Ameri- power Co. a, the Pep Club, and head The marriage will be August majorette of the high school. 26 at Gosnell Baptist Church. BETROTHED — The betrothal of Miss Nancy Ruth Farmer to Rhandal Dale Burns has been announced. SKINNY UNDERSHIRT and slinky pettipants are Funderwear by Dutchess. Both are boldly striped in bright colors. employed by the Manila School System. A graduate of BIytheville High School, Mr. Burns attends Arkansas State College. The wedding will take place August 19 at the First Methodist Church in Manila. : You can us* canned mixed vegetables in a salad. Just drain them and moisten with well- seasoned mayonaise. Serve on salad greens as a good accompaniment to broiled or baked, fish, or broiled or roast meat or poultry. • When you want to cook cMckm breast* so that you can ut* tb* white meat In a salad, use a skillet and a small amount of water. If you add nwooeodium glutamate along with salt and peppercorns to the water, you'll have broth with extra flavor. MURR THEATRE Yew Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRI. & SAT. i wifcix Angels PLUS JOHNWREN0 TECHNICOlOft P~ WAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••••••••a* FRI. & SAT. PLUS Miss Nancy Ruth Farmer Engaged to Rbandal Burns RESPECTABLE UNMENTIONABLES in the guise of pettislip and tank top sleep easy and even hit the disco spots. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. FRIDAY - SATURDAY WMES BOND DOES IT EVERYWHERE! PLUS CARTOON AND TWO REEL SHORT. THE BIGGEST 007 OP THEM ALL! MM,ttta M mli SUN. MOM. TUES. Double Feature IttKiEMMON HMNIUSI 'HOW ID [MURDER InHMMflfc PLUS CARTOON The betrothal of Miss Nancy uth Farmer to Rhandal Dale urns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon urns, 529 SW Parkway, has een announced by her parents, r. and Mrs. George Farmer Manila. Miss Farmer is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Madison Vanzant of Manila, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Farmer of Manila. Mr. Burns is the grandson of Jessie Leonard Burns, 1006 S. Lake, and the late Mrs. Nora Burns, and Mrs. Hattie Rutledge of Steele, and the late Henry Dale Rutledge of Baton Rouge, La. The bride-elect is a graduate of Manila High School and was ^FRIGIDAIRE Jet Action Washer at a low,low price! Our supply of this low priced Frigidaire Washer model is almost gone. 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