The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1966 · Page 4
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Fi|» fear - Mythwflte (AA.) Courier Newi - Mondty, Augurt 1,MM — Society News — Qlenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4161 Mary Louise Edwards Mary Louise Edwards fo Wed George White, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Edwards have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Lou- -ise Edwards, to A-2C George C. BOTTOMS UP BY BILL POSTER I'm anxious to use my new electric toothbrush, soon as I find out whether my teeth are AC or DC ... She returned his friendship ring, after she found out what he called friendship. * * One gal is so lazy—the only exercise she gets is running up bills and jumping to conclusions. * * * She's generous to a fault —if it's her own.' * * * I wouldn't mind the give and take of life, if only they'd come out even! * * * You'll Come Out Ahead When You Deal For the Brands of Whiskey That Suit Your Palate AT >C LIQUOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phone PO 2-2868 Plenty Free Parking Convenient Rear Entrance On 5th St. "The Only Complete Liquor Store In Town* White, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. White of Rutland, Ohio. Miss Edwards is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards of Blytheville. Mr. White is the grandson of Mrs. Mildred White and the late Mr. Curtis White of Philo, Ohio, and Mrs. Madge Warne and the late Mr. Willis T. Warne of Blue Rock, Ohio. The bride-elect is a 1964 graduate of Blytheville High School, where she was a cheerleader and a member of the Beta Club, the Red Pepper Club, the Fu- ;ure Teachers of America, the Latin Club, the Choir, Future Business- Leaders o'£ America, the paper staff and the Science Club. She has attended Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, and is presently a student at Arkansas State College where she Is majoring in education and psychology. Mr. White graduated from Rutland High School where he was valedictorian of his class, a member o£ the National Honor Society, the Student Council, the Yearbook Staff, the Dramatics Club, and the band. In the Air Force, Airman White has received training as a data processing maching operator with additional training basic programing. He is presently stationed at Blytheville AFB. The couple will be married Oct. 22 in First Methodist Church here. Mrs. Byrd Is Honored At Shower A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Vickie Byrd, a recent bride, was held at the home of Mrs. Tom Fleeman of Manila July 13. Co-hostess for the affair was Mrs. Johnny Cul[ins. Special guests were Mr. Byrd's mother, Mrs. Carl Byrd and the couple's grandmother, Mrs. Earnest Baker of Dell and Mrs. Lena Fox, who were presented pink mum corsages. The honoree was also presented a pink mum corsage and the girls who assisted were given pink carnation corsages. The refreshment table was covered with a pink lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink crepe myrtle, flanked by crystal candlabras holding white tapers. Assorted home - made cookies and nuts were served with punch by Miss Georgia Minirth of Leachville, and Miss Carolyn Sue and Miss. Donna Stuart of Blytheville. Miss Georgia Lee Stuart led the games that were played. Prizes won were presented to the honoree. Miss Carolyn Sue Stuart registered the gifts. Mrs. Byrd was assisted in opening the gifts by Miss Alice Mayfeld of Leachville. Out of town guets were'from Leachville, Dell and Blytheville. wffl mMt at fl» etopd Una.' Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will play at Shamrock Lanes at i:15 p.m. Next time you are roasting a chicken without stuffing it, try sprinkling the inside with onion salt rather than plain salt. Good flavor! Quick lunch: heat, cubes of cooked ham with cream-style corn and spoon over crisp buttered toast. Serve a salad with this main dish. The fashion transformation here turns the utilitarian umbrella into a top accessory accent. Double ombred-colored nylon with a long slick "black stick" (left) to one of the newest umbrella fashions—the walking stick with slim crook handle and extra, long wood ferrule. Fashion news for girls on the go no matter what the wetther i* the bold "surfer" print umbrella (right). In rain-repellent cotton with a black and white Polynesian-inspired print it is accented with black ferrule and crook handle. These are Folan Katz designs. Social and Personal Notes Miss Mildred McCaskill, a former resident, is visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson and daughter Light and Airy Gloves Viva Italia! — and the allur- [ing hand. Light and airy are tbe Italian hand - crocheted gloves. The perfect light touch for summer. Worn smartly with any costume in basic fashion colors. E.H.C. MEETING NOTES «•••••••••••%«•••••••* The Dogwood Extension Home makers club met Wednesday afternoon at Dogwood Clubhouse with Mrs. Harry Lutes, president presiding. The meeting was opened with [roup singing of "America." The devotional was given by Urs..Robert Scott and Mrs. Clyde O'Neal, hostesses for the meeting. Prayer was led by Vlrs. Mary Scrape. Subject matter leaders' reports were given by Mrs. Scott, home management; Mrs. Mary Scrape, landscaping; Mrs. Jim Burks, foods; and Mrs. Ben Craig, home furnishing. "Tidying Up Your Family Life" was the topic of the program presented by Mrs. Lutes. In the business session, members voted to have a 'water meter installed in the clubhouse Eye - openers were, a wall plaque shown by Mrs. Scott and a grape cluster and marble lamp displayed by Mrs. Burks. Door prize, which was presented by the hostesses, was won by Mrs. Otis Seratt. A game was led by Mrs. Harry Lutes who presented a prize to the winner, Mrs. Burks. The meeting was closed with the reading of the EH Creed. Refreshments o f homemade cookies and iced drinks were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be the annual community chicken barbeque and will be held Aug. 26 at the clubhouse. Mrs. Dan McCaskill of Tupelo, Miss., motored her to Blytheville Saturday. Mrs. Leland Hodge and Mrs. returned yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Humphreys has as her guests, her daughter man ixuumsun «"u uau5m.ti g s ^gj. gues^ ner uaugmei, Susie. Her parents, Mr. and MrS] j erry Vanzandt, and her grandchildren, Vickie and Tommy, of Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Randall has as her guests the latter iTJ-ia. .u«-.i"i«j **vwQvi »»u ••— —• imjs ao IlCi gUCDLo uic latt^i Garnett Goff, representatives of i par t O f ] as t week, her son and Rebekah Lodge 18, attended n j s family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. the Tri-State Conclave in Shreveport, La., this weekend. They took part in the Arkansas Day program, in Which the incoming president or the State, Mrs. Bertha Schoepy, was installed. Wunderlich, Jr., and their children, Gay and Laurie Cook. They are from Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich's son, R. C. Allen, of Memphis came to Blytheville for the golf tournament. His wife and Mrs. Hodge and Mrs. Garnett i end. family joined him on the week- PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED i! SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Cuurlei Newi BLYTHEVILLE. AEK ilP - 12316 Hari7 W flalnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts Blytheville Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Bly- thevllle, Art. HOME DELIVER? BATES ID Blytherllle and towns ID the Blytbevllle trade territory Dally 35c .per week BV MAIL PA7ABLK tl> ADVANCE Within SO miles of BIythevlUe $8.00 per year uor« tnac 50 miles from BlytBertllt $18.00 per year Polka Dots and Plaids Don't be inhibited...make a pretty splash. Polka dots and plaid can go hand in hand, but hold on to unity by keeping colors in the same family. Try a black - and - white plaid with black - and • white dots. League to Honor Life Master At Dinner Winners in the Blytheville Duplicate bridge games played at Shamrock Lanes Saturday were first place, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. S. E. Tune; second, Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. W. C. Roddey; and third, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. E. E. Black Thursday night the League will play its monthly master point game. The game lor Aug. 6 has been cancelled. The Saturday masterpoint will be played Aug. 13. On Aug. 11, the Blytheville Duplicate League will honor Mrs. Etchieson with a dinner at the Holiday Inn. Mrs. Etchieson, who directs the League, recently made life master at a regional bridge tournament in St. Louis. The dinner will be a 6 p.m., after which a special master point game will be played. Mrs. Etchieson is the fifth Blytheville duplicate player to make life master. Other life masters are Mrs, Jim Roleson, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, Mrs. Everett Gee and Mrs. S. E. Tune. You can stretch whipped cream (to be used as the filling and frosting for a cake) by adding egg white. Beat a cup of heavy cream with sugar and vanilla to taste, then fold in a stiffly beaten egg white. MOTHPROOFING M/IDEWPKOOF/NG ODOKPKOOfING with oor regular dr^dttaiag unin • NOW ^. in addition to the finest of drydeaning services, *K offer yen 3 "PLUS" values-at no extra charge: Cora* plete protection against Moths, Mildew and G.P.O. (Ga^"' tnent Perspiration Odor). Now, your wardrobe will have additional freshness and protection, at no extra cost to yoo, lAUNORY-CLEANEHS 300 SO. DIVISION PO 3-4343 Coming Eimti Monday First Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild will meet. First Baptise 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 hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union '"ill meet. Dell Methodist WSCU will meet at 7:30. Blytheville Rose Society ,wil meet at 7:30 at the First National Bank Community Room. Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodisl 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 wil meet at Blytheville Country Club for luncheon at noon. Officers Wives will meet for THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MON. - TUES. Sir In Air Conditioned Comfort at the Murr. WAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA MON. - TUES. , BUR REYNOLDS auat JOHNHOYT Pour puctk. ftitter from • pitcher or lidle If you want your pancakM to REVIVAL WEST SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 2216 Carolyn July 31it-Aug. 6th Thurmon Gowtr of Mt. View, Art., wffl conduct the tervlce*. Senrleei - 7:M Nfchtly PUBLIC INVITED SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*.••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature ~ PINK PANTHER—Peter Sellers & David N'rvm SHOT IN THE DARK — Peter Sellers & & Elke Sommer 7:30 — 9:20 . TUE.-WED.-THU. Double Feature 7:30 In Color 9:20 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. British Wives Club will meet at the Service Club at 7:30 p.m. Rainbow Girls will meet at tne 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 Kiwanis Club will meet at the Goff Hotel at noon. The 340th Bomb Squadron coffee will be held at the Officers Club. Blytheville Garden Club will meet at the Women's Clubhouse. Officers Duplicate Bridge League will play at the Officers Club at 7 p.m. Post 481 wil meet at the 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. Friday Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet at 6:30 fo ra covered dish supper. Dell EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild an incredible orgy of SIGHTS AND SOUNDS ©1964 • American Intornitionil pfcttM, Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week ^•••••••••••••••^•••••^'•••••••••9 • MON, • TUES. Adult Entertainment orm SECRET AGENTS? TtCHIICOlOl* P-ssN COMING SOON TO THE BITZ FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX — with James Stewart THE GHOST & ME. CHICKEN — with Don Knotts 4KABKSQUE — with Gregory Peck & 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. LJrwute Jo. . oan £ icia t! Across the miles of Our Noble State, in hamlets and villages and teeming cities, there are intrepid men of courage and conviction who deal out the law as it was intended. These are our County Officials .., our Sheriffs, our County Recorders ... our County Superintendents, and a host of other County employees, all devoting their time to the smooth operation and development of our numerous communities. In fair weather and foul, These men must perform their duties ... with promptness and precision ... with friendly helpfulness for all. We are proud of these men in public service ... and applaud their steadfastness to an ideal! We Salute Our Town! BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 200 K. Steend St. Phone PO 3-4568

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