The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1966 · Page 4
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Pag» roar <-» BlyttnvllU (Art.) Courier News - Monday, July It, HM ' • News — J. ^ w T.T »j t: Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mulling pocal Couple Celebrates 2Qth Wedding Anniversary ;Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mullins celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary recently and were honored with a reception a't their home- at Yarbro. •Hosts and hostesses for the affair were their daughters, Mr J. W. .Widner of Portageville, and4frs. Paul Abbott and Mrs. Calvin Holiingsworth, and their husbands.. .. ' Gifests were greeted at the door by Herbert David Abbott, grandson of the couple' Yellow mums, gold roses and gtaaioii were used in decorating •tijehome. iThe refreshment table, presided over by Miss Polly Abbott and Miss Cathy Holiingsworth, granddaughters of the couple, was covered with a lace cloth over gold. '.Yellow mums, sprinkled with gold and flanked by yellow candles in crystal holders, were used for the centerpiece. A crystal punch service and a three - tiered cake decorated with gold roses and topped with a. miniature bride and groom, were placed at either end of the table. "Jill Holiingsworth and Pris- ciila Widner, also granddaugh- te'rs of the couple, registered guests. Mrs. Mullins wore aJight blue dress with blue lace Inserts, and was presented a gold orchid corsage. : ;The daughters each wore cor- sages of yellow glamelias an the granddaughters had cor sages of yellow carnations. Mr. Mullins had a yellow rosebud boutonniere and each of hi son-in-laws and his grandso 1 wore yellow carnation bouton nieres. Mr. and Mrs. Mullins wen married July 2, 1916, by Rev T. N Lott at his log cabin home and have lived in the Yarbro community all of their married ife E.H.C MEETING NOTES ; Town and Country EH Club will hold a workshop meeting Thursday beginning at 10 a.m. in the Hardesty Building. -A picnic lunch will be served at noon. FOR A GLAMOROUS tan, sensible "baking" periods and the helpful aid of a good sun lotion, will screen out harmful rays of the sun. Lotions encourage even tanning and keep the skin soft and moist. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — First Run Is < Adult Entertainment THE PAWNBROKER — Rod Steiger & i Geraldine Fitzgerald 'Also Selected Shorts (Show Starts at 7:30 — Main Feature 8:45) Come by 9:30 and See All The Show. TUE.-WED.-THUR. Double Feature 7:30 9:30 real smoky kittenl ANN- MARGRET P OHN FORSYTHE Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Ford A bridal .showei was given Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Francis Elaine Ford, bride- elect of Ronnie Gunter Goff, at the home of Miss Claudia Jane Klene. Co-hostess was Miss Nancy Ann Adkisson. For the occasion, the honoree chose a turquoise linen dress and was presented a corsage of daisies. Special guests, Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., and Mrs. Preston Goff, mothers of the betrothed couple, were presented corsages of gladioli florets. The 21 guests were served punch and individual cakes from a table overlaid with a hand- crocheted cloth. Pink gladioli encircled the crystal punch bowl. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Sammy Shields and Mrs. Gene Austin. Favors of fortune telling candles were presented to the guests. During games, prizes were awarded to Miss Carol Barber and the honoree. The hostesses' gift was a set of stainless steel tableware. Social and Personal Notes Youngest Look Set your own tender trap by ;Iamori2ing in a cage dress of ilack lace flipped over a nude- colored background. It's the -oungest look to be caught in when the music starts. In The Party Mood Light up the night in a turned- i smock dress. Sleeveless, monk - type sleeves and full, ong sleeves with tightly banded wrists are all gloriously deco- ated in the party mood with eaps of bugle beads and pail- ettes. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••I - MON. - TUES. "THE LAST OF THE SECRET AGENTS?" Marty Allen and Steve Rossi Deltra Crane Is spending two months at Interlochen, Mich., as a student at the National Music Camp. Cindy Crane is visiting her grandparents in Illinois.. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford is a patient in Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Five local students have participated in the University of Arkansas summer orientation program ending July 15. The students were Priscilla Ann Gardner, Hubert Anthony Hardin, Sam Johns, Jr., Jimmie Snow and Perline Wells. Dianne S. Green of Blytheville was named to the dean's list in the College of Education at Louisiana State University with a perfect average. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Still, Sr., of Blythevilie. Sam R. Larimore recently attended a regional meeting of Gulf Oil Corp. agricultural chemical marketers in Memphis. Virginia Lee Austin of 110 E. Ash is among 230 students from four countries who are attending the CUNA School for Credit Union Personnel on the campus of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Ernest Ray is a patient in Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. He is in Room 701M. Edward Gaines, Terry Mitchell, Wayne Lambert and Mark Blunt left this morning to attend camp at Siloam Springs. They were accompanied by Mrs. Harold Thompson. Miss Donna Meacham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Meachum, is attending Arkansas State twirling camp at Jonesboro. While there, she will be a weekend guest of Miss Marjorie Ford of Jonesboro. John W. Roden is among teachers from four continents >articipating this summer in the Jniversity of Oklahoma insti- ,utes in biology, earth science and chemistry. Guests of Mrs. Henderson lall yesterday were Miss Floyd Roberts and Mrs. Agatha Wilkes of Caruthersville, and a cousin, Joe Roberts, of St. Petersburg, ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA - MON. - TUES. "A VERY SPECIAL FAVOR" Rock Hudson - Leslie Caron PLUS "THE SWORD OF ALI BABA" Peter Mann Box Off ice Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 1 Days a Week •••*•«••••••••••• MON.- TUES. -WED. For Adults & Mature Young People The picture that gets y>u where yw teughf COMING SOON TO THE RITZ R. GOLDFOOT & BIKINI MACHINE - With Fraukie Axvlon HE S2NQING NIW - With Debbie Reynold! AST OF SECRET AGENTS — with Marty Allen & St*v« Boal LIGHT OF THE PHOENIX — with James Stewart HE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN — with Don Knotti RABE8QUE — with Gregory Peck & Sophia Loren STAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Ann-Marfitt WALK, DON'T REN - with Cary Grant The Coolett and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the RITZ THEATRE. Fit; ' ...... Mr. and Mrs. R., E. Davis spent the weekend in Jonesboro where they visited their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Smothermon, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smothermon. .'.....". Carson Alley has returned after attending the St. Louis regional conference. of postal supervisors in Jefferson City, Mo. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy It's crazy daisy tune. are popping lip In sportswear, sleepwear, dress prints and jewelry. They're even cHraWnj the walls in new wallpaper patterns. Keeping in step, the cosmetic folk introduce lipsticks in warm "painted • daisy" pink to complement summer complexions, .with some frosted and others a pinkish lip gloss for extra shine. Sleeveless and (Cool .'Crisp and starchy as summer things should be, this summer's suit is sleeveless, cool, sophisticated, and at home'anywhere. natal flnrt 7 (or the summer, warning- Limit tanning tow to * Intautes the firstJay, «*£ lite the second and an hour the third day to ttcM tent ma* bun. 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