The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1967 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 13, 1967
Page 8
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Pafe Eight - Blythevffle (Art.) Courier News - Monday, November 19, ••••••••••••••••••••VB* •' ' II ••«!"•' ' '-" " ' — Society News — * DU DA Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 VUWlS* '»«••« GUESTS—Mrs. P. E. Pinksfon of Rector left) and Mrs. J. Claude Barnetl of Heber Springs i right) were guests when Blytheville Woman's Cluh met Friday, Nov. 10, for their monthly luncheon-program meeting. Mrs. Barnetl is Arkansas Federation of Woman's Club president, and Mrs. Pink'ston is president of the Forrest City District of A.F.W.C. Mrs. Marcus Gaines (center) is president of the Blytheville Woman's Club. Blytheville Woman's Club Meets for Luncheon-Program •* •••'4lrs. J - Claude Barrett of Heber Springs, Arkansas Fed- .iration of Woman's Club presi- "iifjit. was guest speaker for a iiincheon meeting held at tha S'lylheville Woman's Club building Friday. •'J'Mrs. P. E. Pinkston of Rector, district president, was a ; Spj;cial guest. •"Mrs. Ray Harrison sang, the club collect, "Would God I Were Hie Tender Apple Blossom." -"•.She was accompanied by Mrs. Bob Gardner. "•-Sirs. Marcus Gaines, Woman's Club president, introduced the guests and presided ;-oy'er the business session. Mrs. C. G. Redman an-| Bounced plans for Christmas .libuse tour on Dec. 18. The houses are: "House of Antiques' "Mrs. Ray Harrison. 1019 W. M∈ "Christmas ideas" Mrs. M: J. Kochler, 904 Indiana, -^Christmas Cheer in Apart- •ments" Mrs. C. G. Redman, 100 W. Davis and "Refreshment i House" Mrs. Marcus Gaines, j • Tickets are on sale for $1. ! Guests at the meeting were j Mrs. A. B. Roselle, Mrs. Salyer Hadcliff and Mrs. Ben Nichol of Osccola, Mrs. Marville Sigsby of Rector, Mrs. Bob Gardner, Mrs. Sam Owens, Mrs. Roland Howard and Mrs. Tom Lancas- The theme of the decorations were in kenning with th Thanksgiving season. Cornucopias filled with fruit and fall flowers centered the Class Meets Recently The Willing Workers Class of Beacon Baptist Church met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker for their regular meeting. Two visitors, Mrs. Cannon and Liza Baker, were present. Rev. Richard Wiles led the opening prayer and gave the devotional. The next meeting will be Dec. 12. Bits of Newsj modtty ptrtonat Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Macre ere in Memphis this weekend 'here they attended Parent's Jay at Christian Brothers Col- gc. Their son John is a fresh- nan there. Miss Jo Ella Todd, daughter i Golden Age Club Meets Golden Age Club met Nov. 9 at the Rustic Inn for their annual Thanksgiving dinner. Eighteen members and four guesls, Mrs. Ann Lombard!, Mrs. Maude Godwin. Mrs. Wilma Wimberly and Miss Irene Crowder were present. After the group was seated j at the table, group pictures were taken. Jell, was initiated recently into le Epsilon Gamma Chapter ot igma Alpha Iota, an Interna- ional Professional Music Fra- mioa uU lyno *vuuj «i*nQ>'i~- f Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Todd of Happy Birthday was sang to two members of the club that had birthdays in November. Prayer was given by Mrs. Lombard!. ernity for women. j A gift of appreciation w a % Ronald L. Wilson of BIythe-1given Miss Ann Lovett who rille and Ronny L. Hayes of j served the group dinner. • jixora are enrolled for the fall! Plans for a Christmas party emesler at Southern State Col-i to be held Dec. 15 in the home ege in Magnolia. Both are fresh men. Don Lum of Blytheville, Was, .. _ _. —.... one of 10 at the University of,W. Lewis, a club member who Arkansas named as a distin-! was unable to attend the meeting because of illness. Transportation was furnished by Mrs. Lombard!, Mrs. God- ot Mrs. Henderson Hall were discussed. A dinner was sent to Mrs. M. i Coming Events Monday Lake Street Methodist WSCS Blytheville Little Theatre 7 p.m. Blylheville Hairdressers Sac-elles E. H. Club CWF Circle of First Christian Church Altrusa Club of Blytheville 7 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary 8 p.m. Little Hut Dell Paptist WMU Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club. TOPS Club Contract Club win, and Mrs. Wimberly, members of the Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club, and Miss Irene Crowder. guished military student in ROTC. E.H.C. Meeting Notes qi:„•»•*•• Blytheville Extension Home- mkers Club held their November meeting recently with Mrs. Edith Cherepski. Ten members and one guest, vorite family game. Mrs. Wiliene Kirkland and Mrs. John Gann showed eye- openers. Cook books and school record | books, recently purchased by the Club, were presented to the members to sell. Officers for the coming year are Mrs. Lorraine Lunsford, _. ... . _ .(president; Mrs. Corina Hughes, Mrs. Jerry, were present. v j ce . president and Mrs. John Mrs. Marion Hampton gave Gann, secretary. Mrs. Edna Russell gave a the devotional. Roll call was answered by j demonstration on textile paint- each member stating their fa-'ing. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••••••«*e • MON. • TUES. "Up the Down Staircase" Starring Sandy Dennis Academy Award Winner Tu«sU«y I)«ssert Bridge Club ArmbreNettes E. H. Club B 4 PW Club Burdetle PTA Sudbury PTA Lange PTA Officers Wives Club Blytheville High School PTA Yarbro E. H. Club Wednesday Great Books Club 97th ARS Wives Club Down One Bridge Club Thursday R&M Club, Mrs. Phillip Apple- Daum 6:45 p.m. Duplicate Bridgt L«agu« Thursday Club "HEADHUNTER" HAIRSTYLING 2005 W. Main NOV. SPECIAL FROSTING 51900 Complete I fc LANDYS EASLEY CAROL HARRINGTON CYSTOCELE CAN CAUSE PYELONEPHRITIS Cystoccle (prounccd SIS-toe-scal) means that the bladder has sagjed somewhat and instead of emptying completely while urinating;, some of til* urine is retained. This provides and environment in which germs can flourish and the infection moves up into the kidneys. Pyelonephritis, the most common of all kidney troubles, can develop. ..Sometimes surgical correction, which is not difficult, i» necessary to cure a Cystocele. If you have any constantly recurring: problem in this area, you should consult a physican. We stock the antibiotics and anti-infectives usually prescribed for treatment. TOUK DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when jnu need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound ana dispense jours? Pla. Phone TO 34507 , WALGREEN IZO, "AGENCY PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Drugs tables. The mantel was banked wi fall leaves centered with a wicker basket of fruit and multicolored mums. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Hall chairman, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook ; Mrs. B. F. Gay, Mrs. Jimmy 'Branscum, Mrs. Keith Bilbrev, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Mrs. F. E. Scott, Mrs. John McHaney and Mrs. ; A. G. Hall. Dr Edna Nies won the door priz. Mrs. Gaines presented Mrs. Barnolt and Mrs. Pinkson a gift from the club. To serve with roast pork:sour cream mixed with applesauce. You can use equal portions of the cream and sauce if you like. Turn the mixture into a small bowl and sprinkle with paprika- for color. LUTRICIA Is Now With Martha Rose Beauty Shop For Appt. Call PO 3-0550 DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start al 1:10 p.m. "MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holt~ days & Advance Admission Prices). " Special Adult Prices 1 lo 4 p.m. 75c - Cliilflrcn 35c. Mon. thru - Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 80c & 35c. Friday, . Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. 90o & 35c. MONDAY AND TUESDAY (A-MY) You arc cordially invited to enjoy a perfectly elegant case of murder! CHARLES H rELDMMn UUB ;i' ; COMING SOON TO THE RITZ • ROUGH NIGHT Oi JERICHO — With Dean Martin * Je»n Simmons '£'• CLAMBAKE — With Elvli Presley """^HAWAII — With Jull* Andrews A Ma* Von Sydow W vJa BY FABERGE Tigress Woodhue Aphrodista FOR MEN Brut Woodhue BY REVLON Imtimate Aquamarine BY CORDAY Pome Toujours Mol Possession MAX FACTOR Hypnotique Primitif Golden Woods Promesse BY COTY Emerude Imprenj L'Amanb L'Origan Paris BY DANA Ambush Tabu 50 Carite Emir Platine FOR MEN Canoe Pullman Other Fragrances Chanel No. & Wind Song Old Spice Old Spice Lime British Sterling English Leather Chanel For Men Black Watch Passport • 360 Jade East. Russian Leather Signature Karate HAYS PRE-THANKSGMNG MITE OtLL'n" Come In And Browse Mall Drugs DAY SHOPPING CENTER NITE TUESDAY, NOV. 14lh-4 p.m. r lil 10 p.m. 6 BIG HOURS OF BARGAINS, FUN And FREE PRIZES! FREE DRAWING EVERY FEW MINUTES 4 p.m. 'TIL 10 p.m. Start registering FREE Tuesday morning, November 14th. Several $100 in FREE MERCHANDISE will be given away absolutely FREE! Take advantage of many terrific bargains and win o free gift too. No purchase neces- sary and you do not have to be present to win. LADIES 6 HOUR SPORTSWEAR SPECIALS! Choose From Our Entire Fall and Winter Stock Misses and Juniors SPORTS WEAR Buy a SKIRTS or PANTS At Regular Price Get Matching Top of Equal Price FREE! Girls (Size 3 to 14) Buy A WOOL SKIRT At Regular Price Get Matching Top of Equal Price FREE! Men's and Boys' COATS And JACKETS Famous Campus Brand New Fall Styles—Wools, Nylon or Corduroy. Buy Coat- or Jacket at Regular Price Get o Pair of Reg. $3.98 or $4.98 Jeans FREE! 4LL S4LES F/N4L NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES ALTERATIONS EXTRA

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