The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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Tour - Kvttevffl« (Ark.) Courier Newi- Ttarriiy, July «. 1** — Society News— Glenaa Lambert, Society Editor Pbon* PO 3-4461 BRTOE-ELECT- Miss Myrna Joan Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Hampton of Blytheville, will become the bride of Jerry M. Dyer in August. (Photo by Jinx) August Wedding Is Planned : By Miss Hampton, Jerry Dyer '• Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kiand the late Mrs. Clarence E. - Hampton of Blytheville an-; Barnes of Murdo, S. D. "nounce the engagement of their I Mr. Dyer was graduated from |Bits of New§J llu personal I I moil First Baptist Circles Meet First Baptist Woman'i Mis- siontry Union assembled in home of -members Monday for circle meetings. The home of Mrs. Raymond Zachry was the meeting place charge of the program discus- Circle VI members assembled at the home of Mrs E. B. Woodson and welcomed a guest, Mrs for six members of Circle I.| c - p - Vickery. Mrs. Keith Bilbrey had charge j Cal1 to prayer was led by Mrs of the program with Mrs. R. 0. C. F. Bazar and opening prayer Armorel High School and attended the University of Mississippi at Oxford. He is presently affiliated with .„ _., „_ the First National Bank as man- jf-School and attended Arkansas I ager of the installment loan de- fistate College where she was a partment. ^"daughter, Myrna Joan, to Jer- :','.ry M. Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. --Marion L. Dyer of Armorel. S" The bride - elect was grad- from Blytheville High flrjnember of Phi Mu sorority. ;7£ Miss Hampton is employed by : " ;: General Motors Acceptance Cor- £Hporation in Blytheville. Grandparents of Mr. Dyer are Mr. James McWilliams and the late Mrs. James McWil- iliams of Manila, and of Mrs. A guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bazar this week is her mother, Mrs. C. P. Vickery, of Temple, Tex. Miss Elaine Ray will arrive today from Biloxi, Miss., to be the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Clanton. Miss Ray is the fiancee of Raymer Clanton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clanton. The couplfe will be married July 29 in Pompano Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Crane have returned from a week's vacation and fishing t r i p in northern Minnesota. Rev. James A. Barton is among Methodist pastors from four states attending the school for courses of study at Saint Paul School of Theology at Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thornton and son Ricky of 719 Rolison have returned after vaca- ioning on the lower west coast of Florida. During their trip, liey toured the Sarasota Jungle Gardens. Dr. and Mrs. James C. Lowe, , of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., announce the birth of their third child, a daughter, born yesterday at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. The baby has reen named Jennifer Marie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe of Blytheville. Boy Scout Troop 104 spent the weekend at Camp Cedar Valley near Hardy. The 13 boys were accompanied by leaders, R. L. Gardner and Jack Robinson. Belknap, Jr., Dr. Edna Nies and Mrs. C. L. Evans assisting. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. Evans. Seven members were in at- aidance for the meeting of Circle H at the home of Mrs. C. M. Abbott. After opening prayer was given by Mrs. Maggie Williams. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt led call to >rayer. Mrs. Whisenhunt also served as program leader. SI She is the granddaughter oflGrover E. Dyer and the late W. 0. Hampton and the Grover E. Dyer of Memphis. -»^late W. 0. Hampton of Murdo, SSS. D., and of Clarence E. Barnes An August wedding is planned. iFall Fashions 'Go Together 5 •j^ by Helen Hennessy ;..-.. Women's Editor ;H Newspaper Enterprise Assn. : ""-' NEW YORK _ (NBA) - Ex- 5icept for a few calf-length hem- Slines thrown in by Jacques ^"Tiffeau (perhaps as a prophecy S'fo r next spring) the current New ;;; : Vork fall fashion collections •—have estabished the fact of the S' short skirt for fall. "'," Everything is to tile knee or ""higher, but the kooky styles 'i-have vanished. The designers ^seem to be aware at long last '/ that op-art and peepholes aren't !.t for the majority. There is a -""-•marked return to classic ele- 1" gance in styling, with a more ".', effective use ot color than in - ; - many a past season. ": The costume hasn't quite re'•- legated the suit to fashion's lim- ,"Cbo — but almost. ';;'; Judging from the New York - - showing the costume is the big"'.. gest item on the fall scene. ' " Coats, baby overcoats, skirts, ---dresses — everything has a ','-," companion. Fall is the biggest '?;,' fashion "mix-up" in years. "•-•: There are the coats with ce- ;.::'! ordinated dresses. Some are •"*.•. mini-coats, some narrow, long- '"~er-tban-short coats (new jargon ;;;ifor the 7 /aths length) and many - ~ tent coats, small at the top, -;'.;; swinging at the hemline. And •:> the shapes of their companion "i dresses follow the shapes of the };'"'' coats — tent with tent, skinny .'4': with skinny. Many of the cos- I'.'tume coats have fur linings, fj_: real or fake. SL Three-piece costumes include ff skirt, jacket and overblouse. H And turtlenecks or scarves are ifi favorite neckline treatments. '-?"• Both fabrics and colors get "fr double play. Jersej, for exam'""?; pe, is teamed with soft tweed, l"j- wool with suede or vinyl, gray j*;^; flannel with chiffon or crepe r.™ and cashmere with tweed. k~ Favorite fabrics are gabar- Srdine, covert, Shetland, melton and wool crepe. Color combos are eye-catching Shocking pink or mauve pick up smoky brown, navy provides background for red or orange You will see plum with chartreuse, green with turquoise or pink, lavender with gray and purple with orange. There are also the softer teams of camel and gray and black and white. Giant plaid coats top solid color dresses that pick up a shade in the plaid. And big, bold stripe had good play, too. It's definitely the year of the costume. Hardly anything this season stands alone. 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Mrs. James Nowlin was hostess to Circle HI members when hey welcomed a new member, Mrs. Carolyn Abbott. Call to prayer and opening prayer were led by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Mrs Wayne Friday had charge of the program and led in dismissal prayer. Circle IV members met with Mrs. John Gearing with six members attending. Mrs. Theodore Logan led in call to prayer followed by opening prayer given by Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Participating on the program were Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Garrett Abbott and Mrs. John Gearing. Mrs. Abbott led in closing irayer. Mrs. !*red Wagner entertained members of Circle VI at her lome. Eleven members were present. Following a luncheon served the hostess, opening prayer was led by Mrs. E. E. Alexander. Mrs. Clarence Johnson had a.m. After the meeting was ad- Shamrock 4-H Club met July 14 at the Bytbeville Air Force Base Youth Center. Donna Staples, president, called the meeting to order and the 4-H Pledge and Pledge of Allegiance were led by Carol La- Farlette. The president read a letter from St. Jude's Hospital in Memphis inviting the club for a visit. The club will visit there in September. Tiie club decided to combine games day and county rally day by holding an all-day "fun day" on August 4 beginning at 9:45 journed, members worked o n project books. The next regular meeting will be August 11 at the BAFB Youth Center at 7 o'clock. was offered by Mrs J. W. Ray der. Assisting on the program were Mrs. Rayder, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, ST., and Mrs. Woodson. Mrs. Rayder dismissed the group with prayer. Five men* bers attended. The home of Mrs. K. B. Barker was the meeting place of members of Circle VII. Mrs. Lloyd Harp led call to prayer and Mrs. Paul Human gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Harp served as program leader. Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Hoyt Brown. Five members were present. Mrs. Newman Conyers was hostess to Circle VHI with tea members in attendance. Mrs. Byron Moore gave call to prayer and opening prayer. Program chairman was Mrs. Harry Churchwell who was assisted by Mrs. T. H. Chapman, Mrs. Bob Counterman and Mrs. K. D. Marr. Mrs David Seymore led the group in closing prayer. Circle DC had seven members in attendance when they met with Mrs. Joe Dittrich. A guest was Mrs. Bob Jowers. Opening and call to prayer were led by Mrs. James Sullivan. Mrs. Jerry Groves had charge PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS UAH. BlrthcvtHe Conrlel Nem BLTTHKVIIAE. ARK- OP - 72316 Harry W Halnes, Publisher 3rd it Wilant Stt ilk. Published daily except Sunday Second clasM postage raid tt Ely- theville Ark. HOME DEkJVEs.Y RATES In BlTtberUle and IOTTO* ts tt» Blytbevtlle trade territory Dally 30c oer wee* BY HAIL PAYABLE Oi ADVANCE WlthlB 80 miles or BlythevUIe S7.00 pel 7e»r Unre tH*n 50 miles from 115.60 per rear SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults r /5c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature "MIRAGE" with Gregory Peck "KITTEN WITH A WHIP" with Ann Margret Come by 7:30 & see two; by 8:30 & see one. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE at tht profnm tfter which Mn.' Paul WMtbrook dismiSMd the meeting." Eighteen members were presv ent for the combined night circle meeting at the church. Tepic of the study was "The American Jew." Those assisting with the study were Mrs. Alvis Carpenter, Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt and Mrs. Byron Moore. Miss Marie Harnish dismissed the meeting with prayer. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CffiCKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE, et al vs. No. 16819 FRED S. SAUBA ESTATE, et al WARNING ORDER The defendant, Melia Fay Saliba, 1709 Dag River Drive West, Mobfle, Alabama, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the intervention of Blytheville Warehouse Company, which has been filed against her in this Court and cause. Dated July 11,1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Geraldine Listen Oscar Fendler, Attorney J W. Steinsiek, Attorney Ad latem 7-13, 20, 27, THEATRE Your Friendly Thtotn OSCEOLA •t••••••••••••••••••** Lost Tim* Today "THE OUTRAGE" With Paul Newman FRI. And SAT. Double Feature Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Tim* Tonight CARLOAD FOR $1.00 "THE WAR LORD" With Charlton Heston FRI. And SAT. Double Feature —AND— "JOY HOUSE' Jane Fonda Alain Delon Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week THURS. • FRI. • SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE Both For General Audience TliESDAYWElD FRAUD! DINA MERRILL Sweden nCHNICOLOl* TKHHIStOPE* »H«mJI)iniUKITEn<liTISTS Come by 7:30 and see two, by 10:00 P.M. and see all »f "For Those Who Think Young." < Hm.Muni NIODUIOII • « UWKISAL fictutt COMING SOON TO THE BITZ DR. GOLDFOOT & BIKINI MACHINE - With Fraalde Aralon THE SINGING NUN — With Debbie Reynolds LAST OF SECRET AGENTS - with Marty Allen * Steve Bold FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX - with James Stewart THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN — with Don Knotts ARABESQUE — with Gregory Peck ti Sophia Loren STAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Ann-Margret WALK, DON'T RUN — with Cary Grant The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the RITZ THEATRE. •^ SALE SMOKE DAMAGE STILL IN PROGRESS Large Assortment of DIAMONDS PRICE Complete Stock WATCHES to \ Off $2.00 Value Crystal NUT BOWL & SPOON 88 C BRIDE'S BOOK 25 c ea CHINA CRYSTAL SLIVER 20 % off OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL . . . 8P.M. ALL SALES FINAL — NO REFUNDS ALL SALES MUST BE CASH! Treasure Jewelers 114 W. MAIN ST. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ELECT JOHN A. FOGLEMAN To The SUPREME COURT-The Qualified Candidate (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Marlnn Blodgctt)

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