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BIythevllIe (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, July 39,1968- Page nine — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Newcomers Honored By OWC The Officer's Wives Newcomers Coffee was held Tuesday at the Officer's Club. Refreshments of orange sherbet punch, miniature hot dogs roasted on an hibachi and an assortment of relishes, were served out beside the pool. Mrs. J. C. Pennington, chairmen of the newcomers committee, presented potted plants to Mrs. George McKee, Mrs. Eugene Minietta, Mrs. Robert Olson, Mrs. David Vertelloni, Mrs. Joseph Fleuch, Mrs. Nathan Becker, Mrs. Robert Leach, Mrs. Michal Murphy, Mrs. Gerry Jones and Mrs. Robert Claiesier. Door prize winners were Mrs. Stanley Feld, Mrs. C. 0. Brocato, Mrs. George Pavalas, Mrs. Gerry Martin and Mrs. Stanley Johnson. Farewells were said to Mrs. 'Brocato and Mrs. L. D. Cooper. Miss June Harp, Miss Brenda ;Smith, Miss Linda Smith, Miss! Becky Johnson, and Miss Lynj Olson were guests. ; For entertainment, Kay Harp and Mac and Mark Warner gave a diving exhibition. There will not be a newcomers coffee during August; however, .there will be a tea honoring ;Mrs. Harold Ohlke, Mrs. Roger 'Hicks and Mrs. George McKee -at the Officers Club Aug. 17. Miss Honeycutt Is Honored Miss Kathy honored with Honeycutt was a miscellaneous bridal shower Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Bob N. White. Miss Honeycutt will become the bride of Bill Rourk III on Aug. 12. Miss Honeycutt was dressed in a two-piece, blue ensemble, complimented by patent accessories. She was presented a novelty corsage, accented with wedding bells. Mrs. Jean Honeycutt, mother of the birde - elect, was attired in a white summer dress; she wore white patent accessories and was also presented a novelty corsage. Winners in the games that were conducted were Miss Honeycutt and Mrs. Leon Burns. Gifts were displayed on a table covered with a white cloth and centered with a large bride doll. Mrs. Solon Lott assisted Mrs. White in serving ice drink, coffee and hors d'oeuves from a lace covered table, centered by a miniature bride on a revolving stand. 'Rose Society To 'Hear Visitor The Blytheville Rose Society will hold its monthly meeting Monday evening at 7:30 in the First National Bank community room. Allen Bush, president of the Society, will introduce the guest speaker, Dr. H. E. Rumble. Dr. -Rumble is president of the Memphis Rose Society. New members and guests are j welcome at the meeting. I Mrs. Puckett Host to GA's The Golden Age Club met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Nellie Puckett. Fourteen members were present. The meeting was opened with prayer, after which the minutes were read. The group sang "America", then started the business meeting. It was decided to get song books for the club. Members present signed a card to be sent to Mrs. Victoria Gilbert, who is vacationing in California. Mrs. Puckett, the hostess, served cookies and punch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ralph, Aug. 11. Remember Pay Your F-aper Boy F This coat dress (left) with a casual point of view is belted low on the hip with the same banding as the button placket and cuffs. Hannah Troy designed the relaxed dress in gray tweed. Black and white tUe pattern in twill (right) by Marie McCarthy for tarry Aldrich has high collar, skinny sleeves and shifty shape. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER | By Mrs. Buddy Howard Our present decade will be described in history as days of a phase and phrase that God had died... One wonders how historians will record the hysteria, the claims and counter claims that followed His bizarre obituary.. .One wonders how historians will record the saddest aspect of it all; how churchmen themselves set out to detail new theological theories due to His alleged death. Time will tell. But hi the meantime, all of us should be thankful an OVERWHELMING majority of churchmen and laymen knew the obituary was a mistake. God • The Supreme Being, The Creator and Ruler of the Universe, All Knowing, Infinite, and Ever Present - IS NOT DEADI True, He has been wounded, but He has been wounded before by people not only in this age, but in ages past, plenty of times. .. He lived through it before and He lives today! You don't have to go to the Bible to prove It. You dont have to look at the sky, the stars, the sun, tha moon; the tides, all of which are His handiwork and still In working order. You need only go to the god people and KNOW HB LIVES! Why? Because many, many good people talked to Him la«t night and again this morning. W« know a lot of these people. So do you. What more or better proof la need- Ml? MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME Programs Planned By BWC The executive committee «f the Blytheville Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. Marcus Gaines, the incoming president. The program for the coming year was planned. The committee decided to take a theme each month and appoint program chairmen for each month. The programs and the chairman are: September — "Education," the chairman is Mrs. Daniel Thomas, Miss Terrell will be the program speaker. October — "International Affairs," Mrs. Wayne Friday is program chairman, military wives from foreign countries will be guest speakers. November — "Public Affairs," Mrs. Sam Haynes is program chairman, Dr. John Hard will be guest speaker. December — "Home Life," Mrs. Floyd Haralson is program chairman, Mrs. Martin Wilkinson and Mrs. Alvis Carpenter will be guest speakers. January — "Art," Mrs. Allen Bush is program chairman, Sam Norris will be guest speaker. February — "Gardening," Mrs. James Tully is the program chairman, Allen Bush will be the guest speaker. March — "Folk Music," Mrs. C. G. Kedman is program chairman. April - "Crafts," Mrs. Forrest Moore is program chairman. The program will be a fashion show and sewing contest. May — "Music," Mrs. Hoyt Brown is program chairman, Orpheus Music Club will present the program. The club's first meeting will be Sept. 9. Bits of News I mostly per&onal % iiinniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiaiiiiinuiii Mr. and Mrs. Norval Knepper and daughter, Teena, and Bill Regenold, have just returned after visiting a week in Oklahoma City, Okla., and Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley had as overnight guests, their nephew, Dr. Frank L.- Cooley, and family. Dr. Cooley is a missionary in Djarkarta, Indonesia. Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Keeley will leave Aug. 1 for a three week tour of Europe and the Holy Land. They will end their tour in London, where Rev. Keeley will attend the Eleventh World Methodist Conference. John Black was elected Moderator of East Arkansas Presbytery Youth Council hi Batesville recently. Miss Juliana Marian and Durwood Mahan returned home after spending a week in New Albany, Miss., with their great grandmother, Mrs. Henry Martin, and Mr. Mahan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mahan. Cut-outs turn up in unexpected places to give a new look to this season's swimsuits. Two-piece suit (left) by Wet Set combines crisp checks with white in nylon knit. Cutout in boy-leg shorts is the "empty pocket" look. Control of the curve is shown in stretch double-knit nylon, one-shoulder suit (center). Surprise cut-out bursts into rays of white moons.- Two-piece, hip-riding knit maillot (right) has criss-cross keyhold bra aud side-keyhole trunks. These are Sea B designs. Coming Events Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meet at 1:15 p.m., Shamrock Lanes. Monday First Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild will meet. First Baptist women's Missionary Society will hold a general meeting at the church. Presbyterian Women of the Church will hold an executive council meeting. Women's Missionary Union of Baptist Memorial Chapel will lold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. at :he church. Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union "/ill meet. Dell Methodist WSCU Will meet at 7:30. Blytheville Rose Society will meet at 7:30 at the First National Bank Community Room. Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church will hold a general meeting and luncheon. Dell Baptist WMU will meet. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at the IOOF all at 8 p.m. Tuesday Ladies Golf Association will meet at Blytheville Country Club for luncheon at noon. \ Officers Wives will meet for game day, beginning at 12:30 at the Officers Club. IOOF Lodge will meet at the IOOF Hall at 8 p.m. The NCO Wives will meet at 1 p.m. at the NCO Club for a business meeting and luncheon. Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club will meet. Kiwanis Club will meet at the Goff Hotel at noon. The 340th Bomb Squadron coffee will be held at the Of- Post 481 wil meet at the ficers Club. Blytheville Garden Club will meet at the Women's Clubhouse. Officers Duplicate Bridge r> •»• i. „,- „, i. •„ League will play at the Officers British Wives Club will meet Q U I, a t 7 p m at the Service Club at 7:30 p.m. Rainbow Girls will meet at the Masonic Temple at 7 p.m. New Liberty Baptist WMS will meet. Airmen's Wives Club will meet at the Service Club at 7:30. Yarbro Methodist Women will meet. Yarbro Baptist WMU will meet at the Church at 7:30 p.m. Eastside Garden Club will meet. Wednesday PKIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 19 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. 4KK. Of - raiS Barry W dairies, PubUsber 3rd at Walnut Sts Blythcville Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DEUVEB.X RAXES In Blytrievllle and town? In tb Blytheville trade territory Daily 35c per week B? MAIL PAYABLE IN AOVANCE Within 50 miles ol BlytherlUe $8.00 per year Uare than 50 miles frnm BIythevllIe $18.00 per year Cub, Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS Boy Scout Troop 104, sponsored by First Methodist Church, has returned from Camp Cedar Valley at Hardy with several honors. Scoutmaster Bob Gardner was selected as Scoutmaster of the week at the camp and received the Order of the Arrow. ..Other honorees were Zal Harrison, best attitude; Joe T. Robinson, best swimmer; and Thomas Berger, best marksman. THE MENU Sunday, July 31st Business Man's Luncheon Man. through Sat. Large Choice Blythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant APP1-TEASER SALAD COFFEE OR TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES (CHOOSE FROM 12) DESSERT $1.75 Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But it is possible at the Drummer Boy because of an unusual method or system In food handling and preparation - made possible because of a fabulous aray of carefully selected cooking equipment which was custom designed to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pra cook any entrees - every order la freshly prepared to your spclal order. You can see and taste the difference. Beef - Pork • Fowl - Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 THERE'S NO NEED for a girl to be all ruffled up for summer. For dress-up (left) there's a bunny jumper in berry or blue with the merest frosting of lace. Solid bodice in Arnel is on a shift of striped seersucker. Groovy cotton sailcloth two-piecer (right) can so anywhere all season long. Its crisp white top has kahnki sleeves banded in the sam? provincial print as the short skirt. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today CheCen Ontmandineats At Regular Admission Adults 90c — Child 35c Sat. Matinee At 2:30 p.m. Sat. Nile At 7:30 p.m. Charlton Heston & All Star Cast LIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••••••*••••• Last Times Today "APACHE RIFLES" "LASSIE'S GREAT PLUS ADVENTURES" SUN. • MON. • TUES. ONEYMOON HOTfeL xavcr noiBtr Army Reserve Training Center at 7 p.m. Thursday Altrusa Club will hold a board meeting at the Goff Hotel at 7 p.m. Base Garden Club will meet at Kingsley Hall at 1 p.m. Dixie Supper Club will meet at the American Legion Hut at 8:30 p.m. Town and Country EH Club will meet. Culbertson EH Club will meet. Ladies' CF KNIT SUITS $ Re. 9.98 I DON'T FORGET - OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TIL 6 PM TWO LOCATIONS • Alrbase Highway • Franklin & Cherry SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• SAT. - TRIPLE FEATURE AH 3 In Color HIGH ADVENTURE! **£ STEVE REEVES SANDOKAN THE GREAT TECHNISCOPE • TECHNICOLOR In EASTMANCOLOR8 \ debuted t, WARNER I 7:30 - 8:45 - 10:00 Come By 10 And • See All Of Last Feature ©1964 American International Pictures SUN.-MON. Double Feature CFHE Vftf-: PINK .' 'V PANTHER; Double Feature Both In Color Come By 7:30 & See Both Features Come by 9:20 And Se« "Shot In The Dark" Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 7 Days a Week 2 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY For Mature Young People and Young People "DR. GOLDFOOT and the BIKINI MACHINE" SUN. ® MON. O Adult Entertainment TUES. SSJflgfe JOHN WILLIAMS• NANCY SINATRHOU JACOBI-1EO F«USE nCKIICOLM* COMING SOON TO THE RIXZ PLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX — with James Stewart THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN - with Don Knotti ARABESQUE - with Gregory P«ck & Sophia Loren STAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Ann-Marrret WALK, DON'T RUN — with Cary Grant The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the R/TZ THEATRE.