The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1966 · Page 4
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four - Blyttxvffl* (Art.) Courier N«wi - Monday, JMy 11, UM r — Society News — Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 84491 BRroE-ELECT A September 10 wedding is being planned by Miss Wanda Peeples of Dell and Ronald Sherman Boggs of Toledo, Ohio. Miss Wanda Peepks of Dell To Say Vows in September Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peeples* of Dell announce the engae- ment of their daughter, Wanda Lou, to Ronald Sherman Boggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard R. Boggs of Toledo, Ohio. The bride-elect is a graduate of Dell High School where she was a member of the Beta Club, Future Homemakers of America and choir. Mr. Boggs was graduated from Riverview High School in Riverview, -Mich., and Arkansas State College at Jonesborb. Bits of News| // /I mo&tly personal | At Arkansas State, he was a member of the Statesmen. The couple will be married Sept. 10 in Dell Methodist Church. BOTTOMS UP BY BILL FOSTER What a day on TV! The jolly green giant stepped on the announcer ... * * * They were intellectual opposites: he was intellectual, she was the opposite ... * * * Beware of the girl who runs her fingers through your hair. She may be after your scalp ... * * * Those who criticize the younger generation seem to have forgotten who raised it. * * * The best way to keep one's friends: don't give them away! * * * We keep Our Friends by giving them their Choice of a Full Line of Wines and Liquors. At LIQUOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phone PO 2-2868 Plenty Free Puking Convenient Rear Entrance On 5th St. The Only Complete (Jqnot Store In Town* EUBANKS Flooring Co. 815 N. 6th PO 3-6092 • Lees Carpet • Armstrong Linoleum • Kentile Tile • Formica Cabinet Tops • Ozite Outdoor Carpet • Viking Kitchen Carpet • Stylon Ceramic Tile Op0n Than, fvm/ngs Til 8 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cure, Jr., and infant daughter, Anna Nell, of Irving, Tex., were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Jim Doherty returned to ler home in • Pensacola, Fla., 'esterday after a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. She was accom- >anied home by her daughter, Tracy, who has been a guest of ler grandparents for the p a s t month. Miss Leanne Besharse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Besharse, was motored to Memphis Saturday where she hoarded a jet for Dallas. She was met in Dallas by her aunt, Mrs. John P. Edwards and daughter, Lisa. After visiting relatives in Dallas and Fort Worth, Miss Besharse was motored to Graham, Tex., where she will visit for two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McNeill. Miss Woodard) Mr. Thompson Are Married Miss Betty Sue Woodard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Woodard, became the bride of Larry Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs. Boyd Thompson, on JulyS. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride. Rev George Nichols, pastor of Rosa Baptist Church, officiated The home was decorated with white gladiola. Glenda Dulin, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a soft yellow, street- length dress. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white street - length dress, accented with a shoulder corsage of orchids and yellow carnations. .Robert Tankersley of Luxora, was best man. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Woodard chose a blue dress. She wore a shoulder corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Thompson wore for her son's wedding, a white and blue, -wo piece, check suit and a white carnation corsage. Mrs., K a y Tankersley and Miss Nancy Allen Woodward, sisters of the bride, assisted at She reception. The tiered wedding cake was he centerpiece on the bride's table. The couple left for Mountain Home for their wedding trip, after the reception. They will make their Iiome in Blytheville. The bride's traveling costume was a soft yellow dress with a shoulder corsage of orchids. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy PRIVILEGES AOTBOBIZBD M SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. ABK JIP • 12316 Harry W Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Stl Blytheville Ark. Published doll; except Sunday Second claM pontage paid it theville Ark BOMB DEUTEKV RATES In Blytbenlle and town* to tht Blythevllle trade territory Dally .... 300 oer week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50-mils, at Blythetllle 17.00 pei ;etr More thin 50 mllea from BlrthevUli •15.60 per year Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 1 Days a Week •••••••••••••••••••••••••••a •••• SHOWING MONDAY THROUGH WED. For: General Audience ADMISSION: Adults— $1.25; Children— 75c DIRECT FROM ITS PREMIERE SHOWINGS. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT-*! SPECIAL PRICES. NO RESERVED SEATS. NOW EVERYONE CAN SEI THE MOST LOVERL' MOTION PICTURE Of ftll TIME! Winner of 8 Academy Award! "The coolest and most enjoyable spot in town is the KHz Theatre" Shows Start at 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. PLUS CARTOON COMING SOON TO THE RITZ DR. GOLDFOOT Si BIKINI MACHINE — With Frankie Avalon THE SINGING NUN — With Debbie Reynolds BOY, DID I GET A WRONG NUMBER - With Bob Hop* LAST OF SECRET AGENTS — with Marty Allen & Steve Row! FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX — with James Stewart THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN — with Don Knotts ARABESQUE — with Gregory Feck & Sophia Loren STAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Ann-Margret WALK, DON'T RON — with Cary Grant Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. •Mtt iit Pfent for as little« 101 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-7971 Ifn. Lou Mmu of THUS to vliltUv her Mo, Emery Sel- nu, .«t BAFB. H« hai Jutt r*. tumid from texu, where he visited relatives. He ai accom- Solids, stripes and plaids «e delightfully combined in this season's vacation togs. Bicolored shift (left) has low waistline and hi-rise neckline. The solid-toned bodice gives way to a diagonally striped slim skirt. Jamaican beach-stroller costume (right) pairs solid bayberry long-line shirt of cotton knit accented in white with .gay plaid shorts. These are Russ designs. . : : \. : : : The first automatic gas water heater was made in 1889. Average temperature for' the The Scots called whisky "fer- state of Texas is 67 degrees, intosh" during the'16th century In And Around Blytheyille MM Vy bw inflflnr Mr. ud Mn. BUI MM 104 rapdfcmbtir, MM Divis, Mot tbt WMtort .at Tucker. maa with tar noflxr, Mrs. Aha BMkltgr, tad other rel* ttVM. Mn. L. 0. W«fe of Bythe. villa wu admitted to (h* Doc. tor*' HofpIUl Tuesday. 'Bbt u IB room 107. >.' SOUTH HIGHWAY 81 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. /. MON. - TUES. Double Feature JAGXIEMMON 'HOW TO [MURDER I YOUR WIFE 1 PLUS CARTOON GIGANTIC SUMMER ARAN ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES • SUMMER PANTS SUMMER SKIRTS • SUMMER MATCHING SHORTS SUMMER MATCHING TOPS AND BLOUSES ALL LADIES' SWIMWEAR AND TOPS • GIRLS DRESSES • JR. 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