The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1967 · Page 4
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Pig« Four - Blylheville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, December U, EARN AWARD—The following eight young Mississippi County boys re- frilly received Eagle Scout badges at a court of honor in Osceola. They are (from the left)' Allen Richardson, James Crockett, Terry Jones, Harvey Bridges, Tommy Kendrick, Clark Chitwood, Connie Whitney and Michael Taylor. IN AND AROUND — BLYTHEVILLE — Mr and Mrs. John Hardesty | Mrs. Myrtle Morrow of Bly". ' ,. ,,.j rharles theville had as her guests Tues- and sons Jimmy and Charlt - s d Ml , of Chicago left Wednesday a'- i Mrs _ inton Hick- ingbottom of Helena. Mrs. ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wood-j Hlchin g bo i tom is the daughter Hardesty and other rela-1 of Mrs. Morrow. Miss Caria Walters of Blythe- and Mrs. H. G. Cofield | ville assisted her sister, Teresa the| wnen sne entertained Dell an a bunking party Monday night. Those attending were Teresa row lives. Mr. of Albertville, Ala., weekend with, their son daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cofield, and their children. Mrs. Jessie Nicholas of Steele spent the weekend with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thickson, and family. Mrs. Ethel Warrington is visiting her children in Springfield, 111., over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Van- Vuuren of Grand Rapids, Mich., arrived Friday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms, and family. .Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wad- kirjii Jr. of Nashville, Tenn., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wadkins Sr. Deck Yourself In Velvet Yule Outfit By JOANNE SW1RE1BER 'styles, such as flaring culottes Happiness this holiday season :o;- slender caftans. requires a dramatic new at- home outfit, easy to sew and easy to wear as you serve a chafing dish specialty, listen to your new stereo and do all the simple, satisfying things that make "home for the holidays" such a warm and wonderful phrase. At-home wear calls for soften- Nemo, Brenda Simpson, Sharon <=d fabrics glowing with color. '.. -..-. »-.... .,',..._ ™ Velvets and velveteens are especially suitable. The velvets take well to real party wear, combine beautifully with other Hughes, Janette Helms, Teresa Walters, Pat Wiles and Janie Henson. THIS YEAR'S LOOK oflots of small, flat patch pockets calls for the addition of a gay, Irish Linen handker- .chief. Show-off handkerchiefs will make ideal Christmas gifts this season. **.. n »^] HT » T Ar.l'« TTT..J 'UUIllUUln ucauwlullj vnui vjvn^.1. ^•MffiSS'SfXa.tsi.S sible background for Christmas ewelry. Velveteen is a more relaxed abric and is prettier than ever this year in lavis Pucci-inspired prints, crisp stripes, Paisleys and colorful patterns. It turns lorn Dec. 18 at Doctors Hospi- al. Mrs. Ben Ray has returned o her home after visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bales, and children of Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Duncan •eturned home Monday after visiting their daughter in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes Patterson and children of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. George Seratt of Greenville, Miss., were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seratt. Airman l.C Jerry Lee Quails, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Quails left Thursday for Los Angeles, Calif., en route to Vietnam. He visited Mr. and Mrs. Theo Garcia in River Side, Calif. Bud S i p e s was dismissed Tuesday from Doctors Hospital. Curtis H. Williams attended the funeral of his uncle, John Williams in Mountain View Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Williams spent Thursday in Corning, Ark visiting his sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Young. Laverl Gaines is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Eliza Fletcher was dis- missde Wednesday from Doctor's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Burl White visited Saturday in Osceola with Mrs. Mary Crum. out especially well in long-line insert straight pins every inch For many of us, culottes or hostess pajamas are far easier to wear than the tight slacks that were popular last year. Fitting problems are minimized, too, so they are easier to sew. Select pattern by hip size, but expect more ease than you've found in other styles. Alter pattern before cutting into fabric by comparing waist-to- ankle measurements and lengthening or shortening pattern at about knee-level. This will maintain the graceful flare of the culottes. If you are making your flaring slacks of velvet or velveteen, remember the tendency of this fabric to creep under the machine needle. You can discourage creeping and avoid mismatched seams by using plenty of pins. On long seams, at right angles to the seam You hinged presser foot will skip right over the pins if you stitch at moderate speed and the pins will hold the fabric more firmly than basting. For try-ons, hand-baste seams and reinforce basting with pins be fore machine-stitching. If you are matching stripes, begin by cutting carefully. If your pattern pieces are laid on matching stripes to start with, your sections will match a matically. Then pay special attention to the pin-basting tech/ nique to keep stripes together. To preserve the nap of the fabric, press construction details with a stem iron on the wrong side, working over extra padding such as a folded towel. So lovely are the new velvets and velveteens, so brightly colored and prettily patterned that you'll enjoy working with them. So don't put the machine aw.-// when you finish your gift-stitch ing — sew up the Christmas season with one glamorous at- lome outfit for yourself. SEW UP THE CHRISTMAS SEASON with a special home- for-the-holidays outfit. Crompton velveteens in Pucci- prints and multicolored stripes adapt to graceful hostess pajamas or easy-to-wear caftan. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "HOW TO Sl/CCffD IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING" WED. And THURS. JL IHE YOUNG WARRIORS — Society News — Fhyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph, PO 3 44<31 dllllllllllllUIIUIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUnlllllBIIIIIUIIIinilll 1 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Thirty persons were present when the Lucky Clover 4-H Club held its annual Christmas Party Thursday night at the Dogwood Clubhouse. Present were members, their parents and families and spe- al guests Keith Bilbrey, county agent, Donna Stumbaugh of Burdette and Sherry B r a d e n from Senath, Mo. A green Christmas tree placed at the front of the room was the feature decoration. An arrangement of red candles and holly leaves was placed on the piano and other Christmas arrangements were house. Nancy Burks, president, served as mistress of ceremonies. Jim Tom Weattiers and Barry Bunch led the pledges. Group singing of Christmas carols was led by Deena Sutton. The devotional was a Christmas message brought by Brenda Brothers. Joe Ross and Shirley Weathers gave readings entitled "What is a Boy?" and is a Girl?" A trio consisting of "What Weathers, Dianna Retiia Stumbaugh <? Oo / d Floor-Resislant When buying clothes for creep- :rs, be sure to choose garments ,hat can be washed and bleached in form of dry chlorine beads. This will not weaken fibers that have been exposed to the abrasion that comes with the crawler's progress across the floor. When you are buying half of a fully cooked ham, you may want to have a slice removed for separate cooking. Have.rV? and Debbie Goff, presented a vocal selection, "Winter Wonderland" accompanied by Donna Stumbaugh at the piano. Highlight of the meeting was installation of officers by Linda Button, extension secretary and former member of the Lucky Clover club. Officers installed were president, Susan Ramey vice pres- urer, Deena Button; and reporter, Nancy Burks. Other officers installed were: Joe Ross, Billie Jo Page, Gwen Weathers, Brenda Brothers, Sheri Brown, Shirley Weathers, Wayne Bunch and Dianna Stumbaugh. Mrs. Jim Burks, main leader, presented special awards for accomplishments during the year. A reading by Sheri Brown "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Glaus," was followed by the octcu an Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jackson 1 and son Scott of Chicago, 111., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesson Lewis, and other relatives during the holidays. Mrs. Ben Eoff and children, Ricky and Cathy, and Miss Phyllis Reed, were in Russellville, Ark., over the weekend. Gordon Boggs of Riverview, Mich., is visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boggs. Mr, and Mrs. Gregg L. Hammock of Sweet Springs, Mo., announce the birth of a daugli- ;er born Dec. 19. She has been named Terri Dee. Mr. Hammock is the son of Mr. and Mrs,. Gilbert D. Hammock of Sweet Springs, formerly of Blytheville, and the grandson of Dee Hammock of Russellville, Ark. Miss Shirley Hickey of Fortune Bay, Newfoundland, has returned home after spending five months visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Harvison, and their children. Mr. and Mrs. David Bahn will return to Kieir home in Aurora, Colo., tomorrow after spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wilbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Wigton and daughter Tina returned to their home yesterday in Rockford, 111., after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Owen and Mr. n/i * I lot ei and Mrs. E. W. Wigton. Ronnie Owen stationed with the United States Air Force in Seattle, Wash., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Owen. Kenny Jackson is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson of Dell, before going t» Huntsville, Ala., where he it stationed in the United States Army. ton. Doorprizes and favors, compliments of First National Bank Huffman Lumber Company and Coming Events Tuesday Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club B & P W Club Armorel-ettes E. H. Club Officer Wives Club Parkside Garden Club Wednesday Down One Bridge Club Armorel Baptist WMU Town and Country E. H. Club Clear Lake Baptist WMU Lange PTA Thursday Duplicate Bridge League Thursday Club ' Lutheran Women's Missionary League Junior members of Dud Cason American Legion Post Golden Age Club Blytheville Jaycettes Friday Friday Bridge League Saturday Duplicate Bridge Leagu* Sponge With Squirt Using a synthetic spong which screws on to a garden hose makes it easier than ever to Mississippi County Lumber 1 Company, were given to guests | suds your car, boat, windows upon departure: j and lawn furniture. slice a couple of inches thick exchange of gifts, and bake it on a rack in a Santa Claus portrayed by Jim shallow pan in a slow oven Burks, passed out presents. (325 degrees) for about 40 min-! Refreshments of party foods utes. Company luncheon salad: cooked shrimp served on lettuce with cooked frozen artichoke hearts, sliced tomatoes and sliced cucumber. Serve Thousand Island Dressing with this. were then served from a table covered with white net over taffeta with large red velvet bows at each corner. The centerpiece was a white net snow man. A silver punch service was 1 placed at one end of the table and punch was served by Linda Sut- 313 W. Main St. Telephone PO 2-2741 •DUXES SHOES • MENS SHOES • HOSIERY • HANDBAGS SPECIAL GROUP For Those Who Are Fussy About The New Styles And Still Prefer The Pointed Toe This Is A Saving You Don't Wont To Miss. sCoo 5 AFTER-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE Prices Good Tuesday through Saturday »UPHOLSTERY AND • DRAPERY FABRIC Vs off On* Table WOOLENS iOFF Reg. 1.98 Assorted FABRICS 3 REMAINING 4AQ/ All STOCK. Now lU/OUII TOP MARK 130 EAST MAIN ST. ACROSS FROM GOODYEAR CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our appreciation and thants for the services of Rev. Martin Sifford, Rev. Bunch of Rock- for, 111., Rev. Heiiry Applegate of West Memphis and members and friends of Trinity Baptist Church. For the food, flowers and the wonderful music and songs by trie choir. Also thanks to Oobb Funeral Home and all the kind words and prayers that was spoken in behalf of our husband and father, Marvin Kenwright. Special thanks to the Masons, The Kenwright Family and Caldwell family DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 3Se. Moo. thr« Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c & 35c. Friday, Saturday Ss Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. Me * 35c. LAST TIME TODAY 'RQSIE" — with Rosalind Russell & Sandra Dee (NC) WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY (GA) ^ When in $outhern California visit Univtntl Crfy Studies Tammy's Traded | her Riverboat for a Society Mansion! t! A Feature-Length Hit From the TV Show! * COLOR GEORGE FURTH-DONALDIQDS-DORQTHY GEN COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ WHO'S MINDING THE MINT — With Jim HuttOB * Dcrotbj Provlne ST. VALENTINES DAT MASSACRE — With Jason Kobardl THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST — With James Cobllru . THE WAY WEST — Kirk Douglas & Kobei'l Mitchum THE FAMILY WAY — With Haley Mills THE AMBUSIIERS — Wllh Dean Martin ..TAMING OP THE SHREW - With Ellfatath Taylor * Burton ... . COOL HAND LUKE — With Paul Newman

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