The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 23, 1966
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Pagt Two ~Blythev»le (Ark.) Courier New«-Saturday, July «, MM I — Society News — . Glenn*, Lambert, Society Editor Phoiw PO 8-4461 Dell Baptist WMU Meets Mrs. W. L. Dyre, vice president, conducted the meeting of Jell Baptist Woman's Missionary Society at the church Monday night. . . After call to prayer, Mrs. Doyle Houston presented the circle program entitled, "The Major Cults." Assisting Mrs. Houston, were Virs. J. T. Tate, Mrs. Dyre and Mrs. Clinton Smith. Prayer led by Mrs. Houston dismissed the meeting. [Bits of News) moitl traona* Mr. and Mrs. Hagan Mr. and Mrs. W.E Hagan Celebrate 50th Anniversary On the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. William Edward "H a g a n were honored by their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gunn of Memphis, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ulues Wimberly of Chula Vista, Calif., Mr. and ^Mrs. Ben W. White of Glennonville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neal and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert of Blytheville. Mass was celebrated at Im•maculate Conception Church on -July 14, by Rev. Joseph N. -Doyle. The main altar was decorated with gold gladioli and gold »mums in large, gold vases. Oh 'either side of the altar were -smaller arrangements similar to those on the main altar. Music was furnished by Sister :Mary Dolores, O.S.B. Altar boys "were Randy White and Joey rseibert, grandsons of the couple. ' Following mass, marriage vows were renewed by Mr. and ";Mrs. Hagan. ', She wore a pale gold dress complemented by a corsage of "gold cymbidium orchids. Present for the mass were -Msgr. B. F. McDevitt of Little ;Rock, Rev. Thomas P. Reynolds of Stuttgart, Rev. Amos Ender. lin of Slovak, all former pas. tors of Immaculate Conception Church,- and Rev. Francis Donovan of Glennonville. _ Immediately following the •mass, they were honored with a dinner at their home in Huffman. Also attending the dinner .were -Rev.-Bernard -R; Ihrie, .chaplain at Blytheville Air /Force' Base, • Sister rM. •-Dolores and- Sister M. Theresina; O.S.B. . Dinner, was served buffet style and- tables 1 .were centered with arrangements of gold gladioli ;and::mums;.;0n the buffet was a large arrangement of yellow roses. ••••'•. On Sunday, the couple were ;honored with a reception at Immaculate Conception school hall.. ' The refreshment table was decorated with a white satin '; cloth topped with gold satin and caught at the sides with wedding bells and lilies of the valley. . In the center of the table was a large arrangement of gold daisies with gold tapers. The tiered anniversary cake was served by Mrs. Gerald Conner and Mrs. Marcus Morrow. Punch was served by Mrs. H. H. Hughes and Mrs. Buddy Layton. Other assistants were Miss Dennie Kittany, Mrs. Robert Cox, Mrs. Paul Hughes, Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mrs. Bill Patterson and Mrs. F. W. Donner. They were presented corsages of yellow carnations. Dolores and Loretta White and Mary Ann and Donna Seibert, granddaughters, registered gifts and presided at the guest book which was on a table draped with a white satin cloth with small white bells tied with satin ribbon. Also on the table was a picture of Mr. and Mrs. Hagan at their wedding 50 years ago. The granddaughters wore corsages of white daisies with gold ribbon. Mrs. Hagan wore a blue lace dress with a gold orchid corsage. Those attending from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. William Aquad' ro and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Gunn, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Curry and son, Mrs. Loise Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Haslett and family; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huff anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and family, Mrs. Agnes Murphy, Miss Patty Murphy, Mrs. Mary Aquadro and Miss Mary Ann Aquadro, all of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zanelli and family of Amityville, Long Island, New York; Mr. a n c Mrs. Xavier Blume and Edwarc of Glennonville, Mo.; : Mr. and Mrs. John C. Buck o: Senath, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Simpson of Dell, Mrs. Norman Chappell, Mrs. Iris Moody, Mrs. Harold Popham and Mrs. Clarellen Peel and family of Caruthersville; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cassidy of Hiljhouse, Mo.; Mrs. George Shedd and family of New Madrid, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stevenson and family of St. Charles, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs.- Tom Callis of Luxora, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lane of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godley, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Shelton, Mr. ind Mrs. Conrad White and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Brickey E.H.C. MEETING NOTES •••••••••••••«•••••••* Two guests, Mrs. David Holt and Mrs. Randall Hawks, were present for the meeting of Flat Lake EH Club, Thursday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Bertie Hawks. Co • hostess was Mrs. Viola Morris. Eye openers were shown by Mrs. Clyde Davis and Mrs. C M. Abbott, Miss Pearl Lee presented the devotional. After a general discussion of She program, "Tidying up Fam ily Life," Mrs. Hawks showed movies of Blytbeville's centennial parade. Plans were begun for the club's annual bazaar to be held in November. A picnic and workshop were scheduled for the month of August. Eleven members answered roll call. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniaiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .NEWS OF THE uti iiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiBiiiHiiiniininiiiiiniiiiiiiii Fatliers of Girl Souts or other interested persons are needed to help in painting the outside o the new room of the Little Housi at Walker Park. Since the Scouts' building pro ject has been speeded up by the donation of paint, insulation and paneling, they are now in need of other materials such a plywood and vinyl tile and othe furnishings to complete (he ad dition to the Scout house. Further details may be obtained by calling PO 3-3451 or PO 3-6283. y lllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllUIUIIllllllllUIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gentry, who 'have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Genry and Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Svans, returned to their home n Beeville, Tex., this morning. They were accompanied by Mrs, Sentry's sister, Donna Evans, who will vjsit with them for several weeks. ' Mrs. E. G. Hardy and son Stan left yesterday morning to return, to their home in Paris, Tex., after visiting her sister, Mrs, E. H. Prewitt,' and Mr. Prewitt at Dell. Other guests of the Prewitts last week were Mrs. Carl Danato and Mrs. Bill Hegerman of Pontiac, Mich, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dulaaey are parents of a son born Wednesday afternoon. They have another child, a daughter Karen 6 years. Miss Peggy Ann Tillett of 1570B Center Drive, BAFB, will be among the 84 seniors to receive diplomas at Baccalaureate commencement exercises at the Indianapolis Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, August 12. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Skidmore returned by plane, Thursday morning, from Houston, Tex., where they visited Mr. Skidmore's father, W. E. Skidmore, who is a patient in the Gulf Coast Memorial Hospital in Wharton, Tex. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert, Jr., accompanied Edward Gaines, Terry Mitchell, Wayne Lambert and Mark Blount home yesterday from Siloam Springs, The boys spent a week at the Nazarene Young Peoples Institute at Siloam Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ball left this morning on a three • week vacation to Arizona and California. In Phoenix, they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corkran and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Ball will also be the guests of his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sykes at Hunnington Beach, Calif. Mrs. Don Coulter and sons, Rob and John David of Nashville have arrived to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer. They came especially to return Rob Coulter to his home. He has been a guest of his grandparents for two months. Weekend guests of Miss Bobbye June Killian are Miss Elizabeth Bartels Of Dubuque, Iowa, Miss Ruth Taylor of Birmingham, and Miss Helen Jett of West Palm Beach, Fla. wffl hold i CtotrttiB Growth metUng at •;» «.m. n the educational building of the church. '..,' Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. '. Friday ..'!.' ',.' • BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild will meet at the chapel annex. Deli EH Club will, meet at THE LITTLE-GIRL LOOK for summer has been adopted by grownups. Chewed dress with popped waist (left) by Tracy Petites is in an easy-care blend ot Dacron and rayon. Banded and buttoned In white, it has its own scarf, Smock-top dress In geometricaly,<»° tte * ™^/ h ? nanc r °» and cotton (right) is by Gene Nell f or Debbi Dobson, It has contrasting yoke and dotted scarf. Coming Events Monday First Christian CWF will hold a general meeting and luncheon at the church beginning at 1 p.m. Gosnell EH Club will meet. 97th Field Maintenance Wives will meet at the Service Club, 7 p.m. Free nursery is provided. American Legion Auxiliary, will meet at 8 p.m., Little Hut. Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at 8p.m., IOOF Hall. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 will meet at 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU will meet. Tuesday NCO Wives Club will meet for social meeting, I p.m. NCO BIG REDUCTION ON ALL SUMMER MATERNITY WEAR! DON'T FORGET - OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TIL 6PM TWO LOCATIONS Airbus* Highway • Franklin ,& Cherry of Oseeola; Mrs. Edward L. Hicks, Jr., of Donner and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Donner of Manila; Mrs. Charles Meunier, Mrs. Elizabeth Harm, Miss Dorothy Meunier and Miss L'ouise Meur rtier of Sikeston,' Mr. and Mrs. Ike Minirth of Leachville, Mrs. Stephen Powell of Chattanooga; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zillafro and Walter Polloch of Charleston, Mrs. Ralph Morgan of Per- ryvllle, Mo., John Schindler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Viermann, Mr. and Mrs. Art Richter and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schindler, Jr., of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Walker and Miss Ina Rae Walker of Jonesboro. You ban heat pork and beans right in the can for that outdoor supper. Just place the opened can on the grill over hot coals; use a chop stick (or the long hande of a wooden spoon) for stirring the beans occasionally wtoile they heat. The French' sometimes couple tomato and pineapple in a poultry dish. Borrow the idea and grill halved tomatoes and sliced pineapple to serve with broiled chicken. Nice indoors or out! A broiled frosting takes no time at all. Just mix brown sugar with a litte cream and a lot of shredded coconut and spread over the surface of a baked cake, while the cake is still in the pan. Broil about 5 inches from heat for a couple of minutes or until lightly browned and bubbling. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mrs. Buddy Howard At election time, and up to the very minute you cast your vote, the influence of other people has had some sort of effect on you. Remember that. It's important! And it you have ever thought the people in government exercise too much influence, remember another thing. Government is one thing and one thing only. PEOPLEI If and when we think people in government have too much influence, we have ourselves : to blame. We, the voters, have far more influence, we have ourselves to blame. We, the voters, have far more Influence than they. OUR votes influence THEM. The best way NOT to influence the people in government is simply to stay away from the polls. But, when you DO vote, whether it be for men or issues, you cast YOUR Influence. Obviously, before you can influence people in government, you have to influence yourself to vote. The attempted influence by others before election can. be accepted or rejected by you. When you stand .in front of the silent, secret voting booth or In front of the whirring voting machine, TOU are the one who Is doing the influencing. Bs an influential! VOTEI Cast YOUR influencel MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME FUNNY UNDERWEAR doubles as playclothes and ileepwear. Stretehnit's specially constructed stretch nylon pioneered this new fashion craze. Pettipants and matching shirt are by Marilyn Seiver of Dutchess. tSD km, * I 65th MMS Wives Club.wlllf iqeat at 1 p.m. at Kingsley Hall! Deborah Sunday School Clasi' of .'First Baptist Church will hold a covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at the church. . |, , : .;'••• '. Saturday, ..v«s Duplicate Bridge League meet at 1:15 p.m., Shamrock Lane«. Club. IOOF Lodge will meet at the Lodge Hall at 8 p.m. Officers Wives Club will mee for newcomer's coffee at 1( a.m., Officers Club. Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for lunch eon, 12 o'clock, preceded by a game of golf. Armorel-ettes EH Club wil meet. Business and Professional Women's Club will hold business meeting at 7 p.m. Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of Eastern Star,.will meet at MasOnic Temple, 8 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club will meet for luncheon at 12:00 at Goff Hotel Post 481 will meet at Army Reserve Training Center, 7 p.m Officer's Duplicate Bridge League will meet at 7 p.m. Officer's Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LE 2-5928. Clear Lake Baptist WMU will meet. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union will meet at 7:30 p.m., church., Past Noble Grands of Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Dogwood EH Club will meet. Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes will meet at the Jaycee clubroom. Junior members of Dud Cason Unit, AL auxiliary, will meet at 7 p.m. in Little Hut. . Golden Age Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. 97th CDS Wives will meet at Service Club, 1 p.m. Lutheran Woman's Missionary Att PBJV1LEUES aUTllOltlZHU SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythevllle Courier Mem BLYTBKVULE. ARR iip • rats Hury W dulnes, Publlsber 3rd it Walnut Sts BljthevllVe &rk. Published dally except 6undft; Second olass pnRt&ge paid at Bly- th«vl]lc Ark BOMB DEMVlniY RATES ID Blythevllle and '.own* ID tb» eivthevllle trade territory Dally ................ 3!c per w«elt BV MAIL PAYABLE tr. AOVAMfc Within 50 mller n! Blytbavllle - $8.00 per year Unrt tnac 50 miles trnrr Blythtv1!lf $18.00 per year THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••*••••••••••«•*•••*• Last Time Today Double Feature "SO DEAR TO MY HEART" —AND— "SPACEFLIGHT IC-1" SUN. - MON TUES.-WED. With Rock Hudson and Claudia Cardinalt WAS Drive-h Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today Double Feature "THAT FUN NY FEELING" — AND— "JOY HOUSE" SUN. - MON. - TUE. DOUBLE FEATURE —AND— ffit 'SIGNPOSTJ TO MURDER 41 IT**** ^^ f ^^^^^ m JOANNE WOODWARD STUART WHITMAN EDWARD MULHARE . MURRAY MATHESONl MMVISM Sunday, July 24th Business Man's Luncheon Man. through Sat. Large Choice APP1-TEASER •"'.'••:"'. SALAD COFFEE OR TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES; v (CHOOSE FROM 12) DESERT $1.75 Twenty five entreei!!! Not poislbleW But H to powlbl* tt the Drummer Boy bectuw of tn unuiual method or lyitem In food handling and preparation - made possible because of a fabulous aray of carefully selected cooking equipment wh(ch was custom deifened to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pre cook any entrees • every order Is freshly prepared to your »poial order. You can aee and taste the difference. Beef > Pork • Fowl - Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Blythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••»••••••••••*•••••••••••*•»*•••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature Both In Color "I'LL TAKE SWEDEN" with Bob Hope & Tuff day Well} "THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG" with James Darren & Pamela Tifftn Come : By 7;30;& See Both Features ' Come,By 10:30 & See "Those Who Think Young* •SUN. 'MON. 'TUE. DOUBLE FEATURES—BOTH IN COLOR Tfie / ^RT of I David: Brand Shlrleyjones ' Bedtime Story .,-/..,„. CO/O/? ! iuimnsiL-ns Him?[(.CK[io«u mm • 7bd**rtm4*BPirtieai« »UKKRSM. PICIUUt COME BY 7:30 & SEE BOTH FEATURES COME BY 9:20 & SEE "BEDTIME STORY" . Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m, 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature BOTH FOR GENERAL AUDIENCE 'MUNSTER GO HOME" with Y'Vonne DeCarlo 'OUT OF SIGHT" with Jonathan Dailey SUN. • MON. • TUE. • WED. For General Audience ED ailUA P'filfnpuDpmi GREER.GARSON ta PMIVIblOr ml METftOCOtM _ COMING SOON TO THE BITZ DR. GOI.DFOOT A BIKINI MACHINE - With Fraakle Armlon LAST OF SECRET AGENTS - with Mirty Allen * SUvo ROM! FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX — with Jamn Stewart THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN - with Don Knotti 4RABESQUE - with Gregory Feck & Sophia Loren STAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Ann-Marpet WALK, DON'T RUN — with Car? Grant The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the RITZ THEATRE.

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