The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1966 · Page 2
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Two - Kythevffle (Atk.) Courier News - Tuesday, Jury M, M68 — Society News — Gjenria Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 Mary Gay Nelson to Wed Paul L Shipley Sunday Miss Mary. Gay. Nelson andj The bridegroom's father will Lt. faul Larsen Shipley willjbe best man. Groomsmen will pledge their marriage vows Sun-1 be William Nelson, brother of day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the j the bride, James Whitehurst of First Methodist Church. Lakeland, Fla., Mack Thompson The bride is the daughter of j of Memphis, John Caudill and Mr-'and Mrs. R. A. Nelson of i Mike Huffman, both of Blythe- Biytheville. Lt. Shipley is thejville, and W. W. Moore of Conson i>f Mr. and Mrs. James L. I way. Shipley of Lakeland, Fla. ! Miss Terry Murley and Miss Rev. Virgil Keeley will offi- Elizabeth Crigger will distri- ciate. Music will be provided by j bute rice bags. Mrs- Joe Whsenhunt, organist, j The reception will be held at and;Mr. Francis Nordeen, vo- the Holiday Inn. caliat. • I Assisting at the reception will The bride's father will give be Miss Margaret Lou Nelson, | her in marriage. She will be at-j Miss Sarah Clark, Miss B«ky j tended by Miss Susan Ezell of" Murfesboro, Tenn., as the maid _., . of honor, and Miss Terri Rain- of Blytheville, Miss Katherme and sons, Nathan and Start ist water of Memphis. ' Sanders of St. Louis, Miss Ann j moving to Helena to make fear Junior bridesmaids will be | Osborne and Miss Andy Ander- j home. They will leave •'--— jBits of News | momy personal Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tidwell, Jr., of Houston, Tex., announce the birth of their first child, a son, born yesterday morning at Texas Medical Center, Methodist Hospital in Houston. The baby has been named John Robert. Mrs. Tidwell, the former Loretta Mallory, is in room 340. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tidwell, ST., of Dell, and Mrs. Victor Mallory and the late Victor Mallory of Blytheville. Mrs. Mallory ae- Houston, before Henderson, Miss Betty Sue Lar- of the baby. kin, Miss Sarah Blackemore, all Mr. and Mrs. James N. Kisss TOWED — UittKetMcc* Elaine Morgan's to A 1-C Marlta B. Linn ha* Men aimouncAL The couple plan a Nov.. 38 Bonnie Gay Moore "and Eliza- j son of Jonesboro. Mrs. B'yroni Mr. and Mrs. L« Reeres daughter, Mrs. Meivin Ei and grandson, Douglas, idsssi beth Blanche Moore of Conway. I Moore will provide music. A touch of ronge keep* a summer paleface in step with "fier tanned office friends. When using a liquid type, touch a single dot on the cheekbone and blend swiftly -ttp and oat. Avoid a root or round dot of rouge to the middle of toe cheek. Work for a triangular oval line. Card Of Thanks "We would like to express our appreciation to the -many friends who showed us their kindness during the time of bereavement of our mother, Mrs. John Lorren. We would like to especially thank Northside Church of Christ and other people who prepared food for the family. The Family of Mrs. John Lorren Card Of Thanks Words cannot express bur deep appreciation f6r the many acts of kindness shown us during the loss of our beloved son and brother, Kenneth Ray Dudley. Mrs. Nora Dudley; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Moore; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dudley and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seymour and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Toney Hopper; Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Saathoff and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Blasingame and Family; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cochran and Family. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 AdmiMion: Adulta 7Sc; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parenta. LAST TIME TODAY — Doubla Feature 7:30 • 9:20 BOTH IN COLOR ART OF LOVE — James Garner BEDTIME STOW — Marlon Brando WED.-THUR.-FIR. Double Feature BOTH IN COLOR OIMS AiMitun InttmitlMil Plctow COMB BY 7:30 ft SEE BOTH FEATURES COMB BY 9:20 & SEE "SWINGERS PARADISE" . W Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan Rebecca Elaine Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kseres sue; j-j daughter, Mrs. Meivin ESan, _£>«P# and grandson, Douglas, resssei ° < home Sunday after vacamas3|[ with their son-in-law aad ca^gi-! iff- ana ter Mr and Mrs. Pbilra Paff-t 83 " 0 "*. tte awanart and ,;>„,;„ v T - ! accroaching mamage of their son of Berlin, n. J- \^-^ t ^ p.h«»»a'w.i«i*i *« n « , ^^ darter WhOe there they tonred .\«| York City, Philadelphia, Aikr- tic City and Washington, D. C. Margaret and Wesley Reeves re- ( mained in New Jersey to vial ]* their sister, Mrs. Petersca, for j Tbe grandparents of the bride- another week, before retarninzjeiezt sre Mr. John Morgan of Rebecca Elaine, E _ Um .. . .. •• 1 ™" th « s() ?. Melvm E. Linn Penn. of jPera, fed., Mrs. Grace Smith WSCS Meets At Church The Women's Society of Christian Service of Christ Methodist Church met at the Church last night. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Tommy Murphy, heard Mrs. B. F. Gay give a program entitled "Where the Women Are." The meeting was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Ernest Baker. There was a business meeting, followed by closing prayer. County WMU At Cole Ridge The Women's Missionary Un ion of Mississippi County Bap list Association met at Col Ridge Baptist Church. The devotional was led b Mrs. Myron Dillow and Mrs C. Freeman. Mrs. Rolanc ieinhardt brought the call t irayer. Special music was pre ented by Rev. Carroll Evans if Manila. "Proclamation and Witness ng," the sermon, was pre- ented by Rev. Harold Presley f Leachville. The attendance pin went to is Joiner Baptist Church. Con- erences were conducted by hairmen and directors. Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Blythe- Miss Morgan is a senior at Blytheville High School, where she is a member of the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Mr. Linn is a graduate of Ce- home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert WadE,fe Fisisiwell, Mich., and Jr., have as their boa*; guest, —« "~ '•*- ro - 1 "" -' °' Mrs. Wade's mother, Mrs. L. T. Moore, and brother, L. T. Moore Jr., from Cocoa, Fla. Mrs. Burl White is doing well after surgery. She is in room 913 at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend lave had as their guests, Mrs. Friend's sister, Mrs. Meivin E. Gibbs, and her granddaughter, Donna; and Mrs. Friend's mother, Mrs. W. R. Brown, all of Lufkin, Tex. they left yesterday to rehim home. Three friends got together Sunday for an annual affair — a triple celebration of birthdays J. P. 'Friend, J. V. Oates and Rodney Banister, who share the same birthday, celebrated ,the occasion at Mr. Friend's home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis had as guests for the past few days Mr. and Mrs. Gene Skelley of Columbia, Tenn. Mrs. W. W. Hanrahan of Ojai, Calif., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Hawaiian's two sons, Larry and Jimmy, accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller have returned from New York where they attended the New York Christmas gift show. Coming Erentf Tuesday NCO Wives Club wia meet for social meeting, 1 p.m. NCO Club. IOOF Lodge will meet at the Lodge Hall at 8 p.m. Officers Wives Club will meet for newcomer's coffee at 10 a.m., Officers Club. Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for lunch eon, 12 o'clock, preceded by a game of gdlf. Armorel-ettes meet. EH Club will Business and £rofessi6nal 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 dar Cliff High School of Camp Hill, Perm. He is presently stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. The marriage vows will be solemnized Nov. 26. be obtained 6y calling Mr:. 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 ot Dud Casbti 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 League will hold a Christian Growth meeting at 9:30 a.m. in 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. Dell EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. 65th MMS Wives Club will meet at 1 p.m. at Kingsley Hall. Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will hold a covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meet at 1:15 p.m., Shamrock Lanes. Ever combine canned chicke noodle soup with canned tbmat soup? Salt herring must b« and soaked Overnight in wat« to Cover bef6re uiing. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED At SECOND CLASS MAIL MjrthtTlllt Courfti Nem BLYTHKVILLE. ARK. at - mis H*??* IF, flaincf, . „,..„ 3rd tt Wtlaut Iti Blytherill. Arh. Published da!!; except Aundt* .MOM O|IM pmtw P»M •» «tr. thnllle Ark HOME DCUVntT RATES !• Bin&orlll* Mm tomu in tu» llytheTllls tnd« terr!t«i» 3»lly 350 ptr vitk BY MAIL PATABLI IN AOVANVk Within IM) mil** nf Blythpvtll* tft.OO per yfftr More tfinn All mil™ hnn> Bljthntllli 118.00 ftt yttr . _ Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week ••*»•«•••••«•»•«•••••«••«•«••••••••(•••(«»«« • TUE. • WED. For General Audience COMING SOON TO THI BITZ DR. GOLDFOOT & BIKINI MACHINE - With rruUe Anton LAST OF SECRET AGENTS - with Murtj Allen * StCTt ~ FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX - with Jamn Stewart THE GHOST it MR. CHICKEN _ with Don Knotti iRABESQUE - with Gregory Peek * gophl* Long STAGECOACH — with AIM Cord «ld Ann-Hirmt WALK, DON'T RUN - with C»rj Grin* The Coolest and Moif In lovable Soot In Town is the KITZ THIATRl. WASTED STORAGE space in the kitchen is pinpointed by the litter of boxes and bottles (top). UBreacnible articles at the back of shelves complicate the cook's work. Special turntable racks (bottom) solve most kitchen, storage problems. Before filling them, throw away chipped and broken china, boxes and bottles of old, little used spices, meal, floor. Store separately from day-to-day necessities those items used only t or twice * year for holiday entertaining. ONE OF THE daring darlings on the Condado beachfront is the dress that's barely there. A sliver of cotton voile, top and skirt meet briefly in front, looped through a wooden ring. This is by June Frances of Claret. Serving steamed clams? Count on having a quart of the soft- shelled clams for each person. Ever add a little vanilla to sliced fresh strawberries that are to be served with cream? Soft - shell crabs may be grilled over that charcoal fire. Finely chopped cooked vegetables, mixed with mayonnaise, make an excellent stuffing for tomatoes that are to be served as a salad. Starting from the stem end of each tomato, cut it into sixths, but do not cut. all the way through. Spread the wedges apart and then add th« stuffing. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA TUE. - WED. With Rock Hudson and Claudia Cardinale ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today "SHENANDOAH" with James Stewart "SIGNPOST TO MURDER" WED. & THURS. Carload for $1.00 "YOUNG CASSIDY" with Rod Taylor LAST 14DIES DRESS« CASUAL FURTHER REDUCED-HOW PRICE &LESS DISPLAYED ON RACKS & TABLES FOR EASY SELECTION! No Refund*! No ixehanget! Whit*'* SllOM AII t i -. „ •— — 113 W. Main St. All Sale* Final! ^—^» T«i« D hnnK PO 2-2741

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