The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1967 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 25, 1967
Page 3
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BIy*evffl« (Ark.) Courier flews — Saturday, November 2S, 1S07- Pig* Miss Martha Jane Ellis t/^etrotked Mr. and Mrs. James Clinton Ellis Jr. of Blytheville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Martha Jane, to Terry Franklin Mullins, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Timmons of Blytheville. • Miss Ellis is the granddaughter of Mrs. James C. Ellis of Blytheville, and the late James C. Ellis, and Mrs. H. E. Wilson of Marion, La., formerly of Blytheville, and the late John F. Reinmiller. A 1966 graduate of Blytheville High School, Miss Ellis was a PTA Reports Central Parent - Teacher Association met Tuesday Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Tom Little, president. Central Girl Scout Troop 140 led the Pledge of Allegiance. A special welcome was given to the fathers by Mrs. Little. Allen Bush gave the presi- member of the Red P e p p e r i, and Mrs. P. F. Michael of Ely- Club, Masque and Gavel, Thes- ', theville, plan and Student Council. The bride - elect was also elected Altrusa Girl of the Month and was a member ofJRazoo Club. Mr. Mullins graduated from Blytheville High School in 1361. He was a member of the Red the Valentine Court. i He attended Arkansas State Miss Ellis attended Mississip-i University and Mississippi pi College for Women at Co- State at Starkville. lumbns. ' Mr. Mullins is associated with Mr. Mullins is the grandson his father in farming. of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mullins . . . of Blytheville and the late Mr. being planned by the couple. A late January wedding is dent's message and devotional. ] ago. She has dropped her black Mrs. Martin Wilkinson, pro-1 babushka and kicked her knee- gram chairman, introduced Bill, higii boots in favor of fishnet Livingston, principal of Cen-1 tights, a mini-skirted dress and tral school, who spoke on school eye makeup. As Pan Am's first Lady Comrades Dig Beauty By PATRICIA KING NBA Beauty Editor NEW YORK - (NBA) "For one ruble you get a smart hairdo that includes a shampoo, set and comb-out," said Alya. -Of course, a permanent is j f»,«j«d^toJeBvy metal really expensive." Alya Anderson looks very unlike the prototype young Russian mother of a generation known. Hugh Harrison, New York hairstylist representing a n American company at the Moscow Trade Fair, demonstrated hair care and color techniques. Colorfast shampoos, hair sprays and conditioners are nonexistent. "Eyebrows were raised when he used plastic ' rollers and end papers. Russian worn •HHllMM^^ o C I E T \Coming Events Monday Phyllis Reed Genera] cw F ljUnchc on, First Society Editor PO 34461 N E W aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiwiiiiuiisiiiiiiinii^ i»ffl«^^ its of News | - E | moMu ptMonai | Mr., and Mrs. R. E. Davis spent Thanksgiving in Dyersburg, Tenn., with their son and Christian Church Men's Fellowship Heeling First Christian Church Sf>lsl Enlisted, Medic Wives Group 7:30 p.m. Kingsley Hall Hqmcmakers E. H. Club Security Police Squadron Wives Club 7:30 Kingsley Hall 97lh Field Maintenance Wives Club. Gosnell E. H. Club Christ Methodist W.S.C.S. American Legion Auxiliary Altrusa Club of Blytheville Dell Baptist W.M.U. Tuesday Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club B&PW Club. Armorel-ettes E. H. Club Orpheus Music Club Officers Wives Club Parkside Garden Club Wednesday Down One Bridge Club TOPS Club First National Bank Thursday Thursday Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge League Friday Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Party Held Wednesday The ninth grade class of Ar- fLIiy'M^and^rsT'luTas Da- *orel School had a skating par- vis Other.guests were Missjty Wednesday night at Walker Reba Davis o£ Columbus, Miss., Park Roller Drome TO GET HONOnS—John Germain, Douglas Swain, Mason Day HI and Jack Webb. Jr., will receive God and Country awards in 11 a.m. services at First Presbyterian Church., tomorrow. (Courier News Photo) Luxora Honor Roll Announced son; Ceceli Barjiett, Henry Brewer, Bonnie Davis, Jerri Ear-; . wood, Freda Raines, Lisa Stevens. j Fourth Grade — Gregory I Clark, David MaGee, Danny and Mrs. Davis' mother, Mr. Ritzie Helm. Mrs. Mary Crum is recuperating at her home after major surgery at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Walter Logan returned to New York today after visiting his mother, Mrs. Theo Logan, and brother, Max Logan, and family. Sorority Has Social Approximately 30 guests attended and game winners were Terri Spurlock and Billy Branch. Sponsor was B. Musgrove. Ic ib r.i j , , T m !Pay, Susan Gregory; Students from Luxora Ele-1 Cathy Renfro, Rosie ing the honor roll for the second six weeks are: First Grade — Sandra Hudson, Lee Baker, Tammie Jackson; Ann Rowe, Mark Davis, San- Joe Fa Travis Foreman. Bobby Hannah, Charles Martin. Thomas Skaggs, Cathy Davenport. ell, Karen Hanna, Jerry Chatin. Ninth Grade — Judy George, Otis Barnett, Rose Ann Wi> liams; Jimmy Raper, Mary Jo Carmon, ..Grover Stracener, Kenneth Walker. • • Tenth Grade — Thomas Gath-: :, ien. Carolyn Fardcccey, Michael I Ellison; dra Isbell, Becky George, David Barch. Second Grade — JoAnn At-jj? wood, Jackie Grimes, Cynthia | ' Parnell; Cynthia Hicks, Angelia Tyree, i Chris Barch, Lance Quinn; The Flying .Squares will have Michelle Booth, Kathryn Cat- Billy Moore, Bearl Wilkerson, Wanda Seaton; Gary Pickens, Thomas P a yV" Cherrie Hanna. Eleventh Grade — Doris Dav? Stephen Stubblefield. jenpprl, Gladys Flie, Penny- Sixth Grade — Sylvia Raper,, Brooks, Connie Maban, Becky Fifth Grade — Sammy Chunn Cathy Walker, Susan Fardeecey a dance Sunday afternoon at Kingsley Hall Service Club from 2:30 until 5:30 p.m. Featured guest national caller will be Les Gotcher. Another dance will be Dec. 1 safety. The room count was won by Russian employe working in their Moscow sales office she's Mrs. Shaneyfelt and Mrs. White I really projecting the new look, in the primary grades and Mrs. | We spoke with her when she Hancock and Mrs. Simon in the j visited New York recently. intermediate grades j One ruble O ffj c j ally is worth! hajr'done'in a beauty" salonT It wasannounced_thatjhere| ?ul . At ^ great bargain | As for . Russjan face paint , the rollers secured with rubber bands, leaving an indentation in the hair," Alya explained. Teen-agers appear to be t h e same the world over. Russian dressing includes a variation of its own hippie attire with few minis presently on the scene but growing more popular and rainier every day. Girls' hair styles tend to be long and stringy and make-up is not permitted until they are out of school, Unlike their American counter- parls, they never have their will be no December meeting. most women in the VrtiteA Fifth grade mothers were host |States would be seen at , east three times a week in their best that can be said for it is that it closely resembles grease paint ... in quality, scent and ... beauty shops. The big draw-, packaging. ^ jn Moscov> hQwever , is | The V „ Uck coste „ the lz ^ ° f "^^tm. There I kopecks (about 70 cents and is Fairview Parent - Teacher Association observed Father's | night on No; 21 in the school I ^ ^^ jn ^ 25j ^ lacking cafetonum with Mrs. Frances | s , ate _ owned hair sa[ms and | glo * s _ * Hardy presiding. j ^ ije the average woman has i Face powders are mon The pledge of Allegiance was said and the devotional was given by Mrs. Bill Vick. Major Caldwell, director of the YMCA, explained that Fairview needs a basketball coach. Music and singing was furnished by the Blytheville High School Choir under the direction of Miss Molly Autry. Mrs. Cleo Lewis of Dell was guest speaker. Minutes of the previous meet- her hair done once a week,, coarsely milled than American she may have to wait a few hours in line before being served. Alya continued to explain about permanent waving and cost. "Old - fashioned hot perms are still the most popular with the older women, 'at $6 a head, while a cold wave runs a bit higher." As for hair coloring, her hair- ing were read and approved j Muscovites will know for sure and the treasurer's report wasj... it's still pure henna. For given. I the 45 per cent of Russian worn' Gene Brown gave the president's message. Reports were given by project chairmen and the librarian. A report was given by Mrs. Marvin Lipford on the district meeting held at West Memphis recently. Fairview won the travel trophy for having the most I members present. I It was voted that beginning I next year, the PTA will meet: at night instead of the after-' noon. Room count was won by Mrs. Martin, primary grades, and Mrs. Kirksey, fifth grade. Refreshments were served and first, and second gad* mothers were hostesses. en who color their hair there are no varied shades or tones and Sie color is harsh and brassy, but only two rubles. Streaking, tipping and frosting are un- and their tints are unflattering orangy - beiges, purplish pinks and dark tans. Eye make-up has gained popularity, but black is the only mascara shade and eyebrow pencils come in black or brown for 30 kopecks (about 36 cents). Soft blue and beige are the only two shades in cream eye- shadow and false eyelashes are worn only on stage by ballerinas or actresses. Perfumes are popular but their names are somewhat less than enchan ting ... "Red Square," "First of May" and "Sputnik." Many of the lady comrades are wearing, perfumt Card Of Thanks We would like to express our appreciation and gratitude for every expression of kindness and sympathy shown during the loss of our loved one. We especially want to thank the nurses at Chickasawba Hospital and Dr. Herbert Jones, the pastor and members of Full Gospel Church and the First Church of the Nazarene and to those who gent food and flowers. Tfce Family of Mary Jam "Mama" Drake Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its monthly social meeting Tuesday night at the Rustic Inn. Deloris Rodgers was hostess for the evening. There were eight members and four guests present. Bridge and canasta were played throughout the evening. Mrs. Roland Steward won high in bridge, Mrs. Jesse Coalter won high in canasta and Mrs. Bill Ward won bridgo. Guests attending were Mrs Alvis Harris Jr., Mrs. Jim Morgan, Thelma Johnson and Marie Burns. Following the social, refreshments of pie, coffee and iced drinks were served. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Steward, service chairman, took a fruit basket, from the chapter, to patients at Parkview Nursing Home for Thanksgiving. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Curtis Corder on Dec. 5. Cindy Stevens, Thompson. Seventh Grade — Jimbo Ste- lin, Bessie Duncan, Katherine Hayncs; j Clara Gray, Yugondia. Martin, Scott Stubblefield. Third Grade — James Austin, Carl Hall, Eddie Vander- vens. Roy Lynn Pitts, Judy Bynum, Mike Gurley; Margaret Garcia. Richard Moore, Charlie Taylor. Eighth Grade — Gale Chafin, Jetty Pay, Sarah Ellison. Ronny Stovall; Sandra Sealdn, Robert Row- Permentcr; Charles Loyd, Farris Perkins, Lillie Thomas; Louise Griffin, Donna Cole, Bernadelle Gathen. Twelfth Grade — Anna T3n- ner, Sandra Parnell, Do« George; Barbara Raper, Ora Bell Taylor, Deborah Ward, Magaleni Harris, Lawrence Clark. / ' instead of deodorant and the result is almost always, overpowering and hardly effective. 'The real income of workers rose by six per cent last year, bring the average income up to ?100 per month," said Alya. The younger generation has an avid interest in cosmetics a n d a great curiosity about everything new and trend - setting that is happening in the West and a large amount of income is going for the purchase of beauty aids. Draco's Death It is said that Draco, Athenian lawgiver, died in a tdeater in Aegina when he was accidentally smothered by clothing and caps thrown on him by an overenthusiastic crowd. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "DR. ZHIVAGO" SUN, • MON. • TUES. "TWO FOR THE ROAD" with Audrey Hepburn & Albert Finney SATURDAY AND SUNDAY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE BOTH FIRST RUN IN BLYTHEVILLE £•1967 American International Pictures OPENS 6:3(1 - SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 WALLEY AND HAPPY HOLIDAY HUES of pink and silver, will be the festive fingertip news in frosted nail enamels. F or the many pre-Christmas parties on your social calendar. Good news for (he allergy-prone is that they are hypo- allereenic. Carefully cared for hands and nails will earn yon extra beauty points as you reach for that canape or GOSPEL MEETING EVANGELIST AUDIE McKEE FROM MURRAY, KENTUCKY Services Start 7:30 P.M. Mon. thru Fri. EASTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 300 N. RUDDLE RD. DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees wtll start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). , „ Special Adull Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 3Sc. Mon. thru . Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc & 35c. Friday," * Saturday & Sunday, Show coritinous from 2 p.m. 90c & 35c. LAST TIME TODAY 'WATER HOLE No. 3" — with James Coburn and Joan Blondell " (A) SUNDAY • MONDAY (NC) THE SUPREME IN HIGH ADVENTURE BURL.' TROY GERT HERMIONEfLIONEL DALIAH IVES-DONAHUE-FROBE-GINGOLD--JEFFRIES-LAVI OENNisPRICE-siMifORoii)His-GiiAHAMsiAiiK-" < 'TERRY-THOMAS. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ CLAMBAKE — With Elvii PrnUey — With Julie Andrew! A Max Von Syiinw

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