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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 15, 1966
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roar - BlythtvlUt (Ark.) Conrlar News - Friday, July M, MM f — Society News — Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-1461 Miss Kitty Dugan Miss Dugan, Charles Boyd To Say Vows in September The engagement of Miss Kitty* Jo Dugan to Charles S. Boyd is announced by 1 her parents, Mr" and Mrs. Virgil Dugan, of Columbus, Miss. Mr. Boyd is the son of Lt. Col* (ret).and Mrs. B. G. Boyd ef Blytheville. Tfie wedding will be solemnized Sept. 8 at Wesley Methodist-Church in Columbus. Miss Dugan was graduated from S. D. Lee High School and Mississippi State College for Women. Mr. Speaker At WMS Meeting Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church met Monday for a luncheon and pro gram meeting. Members of Circle VIII with Mrs. Robert Hall as chairman and Mrs. Harry Churchwell as social chairman were hostesses -i Mutual.. social cnairman At MSCW, she was a member for t]]e ]uncheon _ •^»C*!,«MH AlnVia Tnra narinrtn) . -. of*Sigma Alpha Iota, national music fraternity; Sigma Tau Delta, national English fraternity, and Pi Tau Chi, national honor'society in religion. She is presently employed in the- accounting department of General Tire Corporation in Columbus. 'The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dugan of Shuqualak, Miss., and of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lamb of Columbus. • Mr. Boyd was graduated from Oklahoma Military Academy at Caremore, Okla., and will graduate from Mississippi State University in January. 'Upon graduation, he will receive his commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. • He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd of Claremore, Okla., and E. A. Scaife and the late Many, La. Mrs. Scaife of B&PWClub Holds Dinner :• A dinner meeting of Business and Professional Women's Club was held Tuesday evening at the Goff Hotel. ^President, Mrs. Pauline Carmon, bad charge of the meeting which was attended by 14 members. ; A general discussion followed tte dinner on questions presented by the president. The group outlined the purposes of B&PW and the programs for the coming year. :: Officers and committee chairman were requested to meet at the home of Mrs. Pauline Carmen, Thursday at 7 p.m. - Hostesses for the dinner were Mrs. Maud Godwin, Mayo Justus and Pearl Lee. Bits of News K ptrton Sgt. and Mrs. Roy D. Reeves and son Joey of Minneapolis, Minn., returned home yesterday after spending a week with Sgt, Reeves' parents, Mr. and Mrs Lee Reeves. j. D. Brackin underwent surgery today in Chtckasawba Hospital. Miss Judy Rushing left by plane Friday for Corpus CSiristi, Tex., where she was met by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gentry. Miss Rushing will return this week end after spending a week al the Gentry home in Beeville. Mrs. M. H. Rodgers is visiting in Millington, Tenn., with her daughter, Mrs. Leroy Boat wright, and family. Mrs Chester Caldwell, Jr. Mrs. Charles Moseley, Mrs. C E. Crigger III and Mrs. John Ed R e ge n o 1 d have returned from a trip to Williamsburg, Va Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hrabovsky left yesterday for their home in Springdale, Pa., after spending a week here as guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hrabov sky. Also visiting the Bill Hra bovskys last week were his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Alber Hrabovsky and children, Pau and Janie, from Springdale. James Robert Deal, son o Mr. and Mrs. James Deal, was among the 181 Harding College students named to the dean's list for the last semester. Mrs. Buford Young is con valescing in Chickasawba Hos pital. She is in Room E1S and is allowed visitors. Her sons Ben Young of Memphis a n t Charles Buford Young of Los Angeles have returned home af ter visiting here for several weeks. Mrs. W. B. Tanner is visiting in Birmingham with her SOD James Tanner. Presiding over the business session was Mrs. Orville Hamilton. Mrs. Hoyt Brown led the group in singing "0 for a Thousand Tongue to Sing" .followed by call to prayer and opening prayer given by Mrs. Allen Landers. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, program chairman, introduced Patrolman Carl Yeates of Blytheville Police Force who spoke on "The Rising Crime Rate and Juvenile Problems Relating to the Crime Rate. Members of Circle II who assisted in presenting the program, "Thriving American Cults," were Mrs. J. C. Lee, Mrs. Allen Landers and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, circle chairman. Mrs. T. H. Chapman led in closing prayer. Bridge Club Has Breakfast Members of GG Bridge Club were entertained with a sunrise breakfast yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. Tiie hostess served her guests on the patio. High score was won by Mrs Malcolm Greenway. E.H.C MEETING NOTES Hostess to a regular meet- ng of Homemakers EH Club Tuesday evening was Mrs. Harold Hampton. Mrs. Robert Richards, co-hostess, presided over the meeting •which was opened with the club ;reed led by Mrs. B. F. Riggs. Mrs. Steve Eatmon presented the devotional and Kie Thought of the Month was brought by Mrs. Hampton. Eye openers were displayed by Mrs. Leroy Ross and the hostess. Presenting leader's reports were Mrs. Wendel Bennett, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Basil Burns. Mrs. ff. B. Harshbarger and Mrs. Riggs. Mrs. Burns also gave the minutes and treasurer's report. The group discussed as a group project visiting tbe nursing home July 25 and presenting the residents with various crafts. Roll call was answered by members telling what their families do together. Mrs. Bennett won the door prize. Refreshments were served by the hostesses during the social hour. PRIVILEGES AUl'HOKIZED i« SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier News BLYTHEVtLLE. ARK. at - rau> Harry W. tfalnes, Publisher 3rd at Wataut SU Blytheville. Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVER! HATES In Blytbevllle and towns IB tile BlythevlUc trade territory Dally 300 per week B* MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of BlytnivUlt $7.00 pet year Hare than 50 miles from Blyt&evllle $15.60 per rear SAY IT WITH FLOWERS McFall's Florist 7th & Walnut PO 3-9039 Blytherille's Only Namco Approved Florist. You don't have to take time to look for us in the "Yellow Pages" because we're conveniently listed on the white plastic cover Of your Blytheville telephone directory. Duplicate Results Told Results of games played this week by Duplicate League at Shamrock Lanes have been announced. Master point winners of Saturday afternoon games played with eight tables were north- south, first, Bob Valentino and Bill McMath of Osceola; second, Mrs. Iva Foster and Mrs. Harry W. Haines; third, Mrs. King Tetley and Mrs Pouglas Donoho; East-west, first, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick; tied for second and third, Mrs. Audreanel Freemas, Mrs Frank Grigsby, Mrs Ross Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller. Thursday's results of regular games played with seven tables were first; Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Charles Langston; second, Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. C W Afflick; third, Mrs M. M. Randle and Mrs. Bernard Gooch fourth, Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Bill McMath, and fifth, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and T. J. Stovall. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRI DAY & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE PLUS "Battle of The Drag Racers" Eight members attended the meeting of Armorelettes EH Club Tuesday at the borne of Mrs. Jake Garrison. A new member welcomed was Mrs. Eddie White. Mrs. Hugh Don Ashmore open ed the program with the Thought of the Month. Mrs Garrison led in prayer and pre sented the devotional. Roll call was answered by members telling, "One Thing My Family Does Together." The hostess' eye opener was a smocked tissue holder. In observing August as recreation month, members plan ned to hold a family picnic Aug 9 at Walker Park. Mrs. Solon Dobbs gave a demonstration on "Tidying Up Family Life." Game winner was Mrs. Tom Gothard. Mrs. Via Hosts Class Mrs. Otha Via was hostess to Rebekah Class of Gosnell Baptist Church at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ruby Capps, vice president, led the members in the class song. Prayer was led by Mrs. Jack Moody. Mrs.. Via had charge of the devotional taken from Hebrew Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Ann Maxwell. Refreshments were served during the social hour. NWMS Meets Nazarene World Missionary Society assembled at the church Wednesday night for a mission study with Mrs. Harold Thompson presiding. Mrs. George Hancel led in opening prayer. Rev. George Hancel hat charge of the devotional taken from Matthew. The final chapter of the study book entitled, "Our Work in Cape Verde Islands," was presented by Mildred Mayo. Closing prayer was given by W. H. Payne. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••*•••••••• FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE EXCHANGED VOWS-M186 Ann Hudson became the bride of James Estes Lentz in a ceremony July 3 at Trinity Baptist Church. The jouple will live in Enid Okla. Guild Meets For Study Study Group H of Westeyan Service Guild concluded the study of "Acts - Then and Now" when they met Monday evening <t Hie home of Miss Monta Hughes. The devotional-was brought by Mrs. C. A. Vinson'. Mrs. W. R. Summerville was study leader. Refreshments were served by the hostess after the meeting. Hudson-Lentz Vows Pledged July 3 at Trinity Baptist Trinity Baptist Church was te setting July 3 at 2 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Elnora Ann Hudson to James Estes Lentz. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Hudson and the groom is the son of Mrs. James 0. Lentz and the late James Lentz. Dr. Myron D. Dillow, pastor, performed the ceremony before a background of white gladioli interspersed with greenery in floor baskts flanked on either side by branched candelabra holding white tapers Music was provided by Miss Molly Autry, organist, and Miss Karen Jane Duncan, vocalist. Maid of honor was Miss Sherry Ann Brown. She wore a floor-length gown of pink satin designed with a sleeveless empire bodice. Her matching veil was secured to a pink satin headpiece and she carried a cascade bouquet of pink elegance carnations, roses and ivy. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a floor- length gown of Chantilly lace. Fashioned along princess lines, the bodice featured a scalloped neckline and long, jeweled sleeves which extended in points at the wrists. Her bouffant veil was attached to a tiara of seed pearls and she carried a white orchid surrounded by elegance carnations and ivy atop a white Bible. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. Don Rogers, cousin of the groom, served as best man. Ushers were Cletus Wayne Hud- Roush of Tampa, Fla.; Miss Linda Carson of Little Rock, Miss Jane Marble of Vicksburg, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lunsford and Mrs. John Moore of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lentz of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell and children, Jeffrey and Stephanie, of Little Rock When the couple left on a wedding trip to their new home at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Okla., the bride changed into a white brocade sheath Esther Glass Hosts Supper; Bowling Party Husbands of Esther Clasi members of First Baptist Church were special g u e E t s when the group was entertained witii a hamburger supper and bowling party Tuesday evening at Shamrock Lanes. After the group assembled in the banquet room, the guests were introduced and Mrs. John Mays, class teacher, gave the invocation. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Mays, Mr, and Mrs. Murray Smart, Jr., Mrs. Earl Bullock, Mr.'and Mrs. Jim Permenter; Maj. and Mrs. George Rob> bins, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Branscum, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Abbott, Mrs. Edward Nix, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jones; Mrs. Sam Pittman, Sgt. and Mrs. Pete Halden, Mrs. Charles Lansdale and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flanagan. Kindergarten Caper The two-tone effect has taken dress" with pink "accessories and, over the kindergarten set. Love- she wore the orchid for her I ly-to-look-at dresses for 1 i 111 e son, brother of the bride, and Randall Hawks. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hudson's gown was a light blue linen sheath. She wore beige accessories and a pink cymbidium orchid corsage. The groom's mother chose an ensemble of turquoise linen with matching accessories. Her flowers were pink cymbidium orchids. The bride's parents 'entertain: j ed with a reception in Fellowship Hall of the church. The bride's table; was overlaid with layers of white tulle over pink and caught at the corners by pink sweetheart roses and satin ribbon. Centering the table was an arrangement of pink elegance carnations, rosebuds and babies' breath and candelabra holding pink tapers. The tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom and a silver punch service were placed at either end of the table. The guest book table, draped in pink and white net, held a bud vase of pink carnations. Presiding at the guest register was Miss Margaret Lou Lunsford. Reception assistants were Mrs Edison Krech, Miss Suann Saliba. Miss Celia Watson and Miss Julia Swain. Distributing rice bags were Miss Cynthia Cox and Miss Linda Lou Lipscomb. Among out of town guests were Mrs. Thelrna Shepherd, Mrs. Vera Rhodes, Mrs. Virgil Shepherd, Miss Rebecca Fancher and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest bridal bouquet. A rehearsal dinner was held in .Fellowship Hall of Trinity Baptist Church Saturday evening. . Guests were seated at a table centered with an arrangement of daisies, white stock and babies breath. A miniature bride doll marked the bride-elect's place. Hostesses were Mrs. James Maxwell and Mrs. Ralph Pough. The couple presented gifts to their attendants. bright-eyed charmers are captivating. High yokes for little folks is high fashion. Yurnrm'est versions are the demurely print ed tops with the skirts a co-or- dinating solid color. Zowie, Bat-Lady! ZOWIE! Bat-Lady makes t dramatic entrance on the fashion scene in an Offbeat trend, flying in on a summer breeze will be chic ca-ed crusaders. An aura of mystery follows the girl in a cape raincoat, suit or dress with attached cape drifting from the shoulders. Enroll children of kindergarten age now for the Nichols' Kindergarten 1209 HEARN STREET Which Opens It's Fall Term August 30th A.M. Classes 8:30 to 11:30 — P-M. Classes 1:00 to 3:39 Call Mrs. Charles Coalter, Asst., PO 3-8405 or Mrs. Ralph Nichols, 15 Yrs. Exp. and B.S.E. Degree PO 3-3387 SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •••••••••»••••••••••*•••••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature For: Adult Entertainment BUS RlLEY'S IN TOWN—Ann Margnt STATION SIX SAHARA—Carol Baker PLUS SATURDAY - Double Feature 7:30 9:20 MGM GUNFIGHTERS OF CASA GRANDE Come by 10 P.M. & See All of "In Harm's Way." SUNDAY & MONDAY First Run-Adults Entertainment ALSO SELECTED SHORTS SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 MAIN FEATURE AT 8:45 Come By 9:00 And See AH The Show Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature For: General Audience LIVING IT UP—Jerry Lewis & Dean Martin PARTNERS — Jerry Lewis & Dean Martin SATURDAY Gen, Aud. Double Feature Adults RORVCALHQON HUM HIM' TKMRStOffi • KIMS® Brutfourcrc SUN.-MON.-TUBS.-WED. For Adults & Mature Young People COMING SOON TO THE BITZ DR. OOLDFOOT A BIKINI MACHINE - With rnatdt Anton J?L S I!* < l"iS.i!y 1 * ~ £'«• B«»W. «•»•«• ~ » m « *" THE GHOST * MB. CHICKEN - with Don Knotti £**5K, QB£ " W|H1 0 Wy *«* * Scphlm Lor»n STAGECOACH - with Alex Cord uid Ann-AUrcnt WAIJt, DON'T RBN - with Cnf GtMt Tfce Coo/erf am/ Mott Injoyablt Spot in Town is the RITZ THEATRE.

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