The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 29, 1967
Page 3
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Biytnevtne (Ark.} courier News — Friday, December 29, 1967- Paga Jure* Altar and Rosary Society Elects Officers Recently Mrs. Russell Simpson elected president of the was! Mrs. Paul Hughes was win- Altar ner of the door prize. and Rosary Society last week Mrs. Pnaro closed the meet- when the group met in the 1m- \ ing with prayer after which re- maculate Conception Catholic : ft-eshmenls were served by the School Auditorium. Other officers elected were Mrs. Eddie Pharo, vice - president; Mrs. Jim Hill, secretary; and Mrs. Howard Carney, treasurer. Mrs. Carney opened the meeting .with prayer. The ladies voted to place wreaths on the church doors in memory of Mrs. Bob Lee Smith hostesses, Mrs. Hughes and Mrs Marcus Morrow. Class Has Meeting Recently Willing Workers Class of Beacon Baptist Church met recently for a party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Carrico. Bill Baker was in charge of the program and gave the devotional. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs, W. R., Sherman. Sixteen members attended. Prayers were led by Mr. Sherman and Calvin Edge. New Year's Dance Is Saturday The Variety Club will have its annual New Year's Eve dance, Saturday night at the Women's Building at Walker Park. The Jimmy Koene Band of Kennett will provide the music. The dance will begin at 9 p.m. and outgoing officers will be hosts and hostesses. S o c I E T Y Phyllis Reed Society Editor PO 3-4461 N E W S Feathers Now Used For Home Decorations Patsy J. Cole Extension Home Economist North Mississippi County I dyed at home. Before dyeing feathers, they should be washed in warm Games To Resume Jan. 4 The Duplicate Bridge League that plays Thursday and Saturday at Shamrock Lanes will have their next game Thursday Artistry in feathers is not! soapy. Water to remove the nat- new; it is an old art which has ural oil and grease from the been handed down from mother •--"--— I to daughter and from person to person. Our grandmothers had fancy vases of peacock.feathers and feather pictures to add to ttieir room decor. Our mothers used Jan. 4. The games will Point Games. feathers. Any water soluble fabirc dye may be used for the process.! It is a ' !J -- '- "-' '-'' its of News \ m ojtty personal Mr. and Mrs. Gee Hosts Christmas Open House Miss Johnnie Lynn Reed one feather idea to first test to see if desired Miss Reed Betrothed To Charley Brannum Mrs. Wanda Reed of Blylhe-iin Norman, ville is today announcing the Sergeant Brannum is a mem- shade is obtained. A small add can be added to the dye feathers on hats and fancy cos- j solution before the feathers are tume. Today feathers take on engagement of her daughter, Johnnie Lynn, to Sgt. Charley her of the 851st Medical Group and the Honor Flight and is sta- ^iiiiidiiiiiiiiiiiniiiBniiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBtiaaailiiliniBHlitlF Donald B. Burton of Shearin Air Force Base, Okla., is visiting his father who is in serious condition at Kennedy Veteran's Hospital in Memphis. Durward Harris is a patient I in Chickasawba Hospital. He is' in Room B-2. Lynn Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chapman, left yesterday for his his home in Abilene, Tex., after spending the holidays with his parents. Mrs. W. L. Phillips and daughter Karen of Little Rock are also visiting the Chajmians. They also visited in Newbern, Tenn., with her mother and sister. Bob and Janet S h e11 o n of Houlka, Miss., and Milton Shelton of W'hitehaven, Tenn., spent j Sunday with the Chapmans. Pfc. and Mrs. Rhondal Burns of Alexandria, Va., are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns of BIytheville and Mr. and Mrs. George Fanner of Manila. Private Burns is stationed at Ft. Belvoir, Va. They will return home Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gill and daughter, Mrs. Jim Ellis Jr., had as their holiday guests, | their son and brother, Gary W. Gill, and Mrs. Gill from New Mexico State University at Las Cruces. T.Sgt. and Mrs. W. R. Sherman and daughter, Sheila Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee Sr., held an open-house in their home Christmas Night. Traditional Christmas decorations were used throughout the home. A buffet dinner was served the 100 guests. of Westover Air Force Base, Mass., arrived to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hughey. Mr. and Mrs. Hughey also have as their guests their son, Sgt. Gary Hughey of Little Rock Air Force Base, Miss Sandra Berry of Arkansas State Uni. versity in Jonesboro and William Casey Jr., of State College of Arkansas in Conway. Out-of-town .guests attending were Mr. Gee's sister, M rs. Ben Binyard of Cape Girardcau : Mo., his niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey and daughters, Marsha and Becky, of Portageville, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Lynch Jr. of St. Louis. Want a quickly made sweet? Melt a large package (2 cups) of semi - sweet chocolate pieces with a tablespoon of butter. Add chopped walnuts (about 1 1-2 cups) and drop mounds of the mixture on wax paper. Refrigerate until firm. Store any of these chocolate- nut clusters that are not served in the refrigerator. be Master' even more g lamorous ' ook - t n*,oH »uisrv cnlnr imaffin;- added. an] Next, tie feathers in bunches I iand hang to dry or dry in a tioned at BIytheville Ar Force Base. The couple wll be married in their fu- When you stuff a whole fish for baking, cut several gashes in the top — at even intervals and insert small pieces bacon in the gashes. of Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRI. AND SAT. Dyed every color imaginable, lower arrangements can be made from all types of feathers. Feather flowers may be placed in a modern or Victorian decor, or a single flower can be used to accent a room. dryer. Then steam to make feathers fluffy again. Feathers are very practical as they may be cleaned by just shaking to remove the dust. They can also be washed and dried and then steamed to make The colors are very brilliant, j fluffy again yet the texture softens them so that they do not seem harsh. Most feathers purchased in craft shops are already . dyed, the feathers can be successfully I fine fabric. If feathers should become crushed, just hold over steam and their fluff will return. They may also be. dry cleaned as an> D. Brannum of Chattanooga, Okla. Miss Reed is the daughter of I The couple wll the late Johnny Reed and Ser-P an - 14 at 2 P- m geant Brannum is the son of tore home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Allgood of Chattanooga. Miss Reed attended BIythe- ville High School and Sergeant Brannum is a graduate of Chattanooga High School and attended the University of Oklahoma Calumet News Mr. and Mrs. Huey P. Hall of St. Louis have returned home after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Lomax Lollar and family of Kankakee, 111., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odell McCormick and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Minyard and children, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lollar. Mrs, Shirley Tidwell of Greenwood, Miss., was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Larue, Christmas Day. Mrs. Marjorie Wright is spend ing the holidays with her children in St. Louis. Gary Pate of Hot Springs is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pate. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Crowrell are visiting her sister, Mrs. 'Bobbie Duncan in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gable of West Columbia, S. C., are spending the holidays with Coming Events Thursday Friday Friday Bridge League Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Clearance Sale! < Off of J Discount Price On All Winter Shoes We are making room for our great new Spring and Summer selections. These shoes are tagged and priced for your convenience. Man's Shoe Store DAY SHOPPING CENTER Ph. PO 3-0151 SULTRY SIREN Kim Novak wears a 20-year-old dress for her role of a star of the '40s in "The Legend of Lylah Clare." Costume originally was worn by Joan Crawford in '.'The Bride Wore Red." BILL FOSTER Happy New Year To Everyone From Bill Foster FOSTER'S LIQUOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Airmen's Dance Sunday Night A free New Year's Eve party for airmen and their guests will be Sunday, Dec. 31, from 9 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. at Kingsley Hall Service Club. "The Highest Elevation," a rock and roll combo will play for the party. Lew Sullivan, square dance caller, will be on hand to call for square daac- ial White and family. Mr. and laugh of Na Ihristmas W and Mrs. I. T. Walker. Also visit! i'alker was drs J/ayton •ille, Ark. mell and family. Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. Ver- mily. Audie Cava- 3, Tenn., spent r parents, Mr. jlker. r. and Mrs. ster, Mr. and iton of Russell ohn McDonald siting her par. C. M. Tram- Ion Hodges of g her parents, T. Lollar. A buffet supper will be served at midnight. A free nursery will be provided for airmen's dependents. E.H.C Meeting Notes The next meeting of the Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club will be Jan. 10 in the home of Mrs. N. C. Patterson. The meeting will be tiieir regular monthly meeting and luncheon. " - ' •-'• i&hfe.. ',„ THE EYES HAVE IT and, with festive parties on tap this time of year, be sure to make your windows of the soul sparkle. Add a bit brightness, a beigey shade to add depth and white shadow beneath the brow to give highlight. Finish the job with a few sweeps of mascara, first swooshing it on under the lash and then two coats on top. RING OUT THE OLD! RING IN THE NEW! Toast The New Year With Champagne WE OFFER IN FIFTHS Piper Heidsieck „,.„...,,..$8.50 Taittingers ,. I ,, 5 . i .,,, l .,...$8.99 (Non-Vintage) _ , , 1ft ,_ Pierre Jouvet .,.,:.»««...,.,.7.26 Piper Pink -.„ .„.,.. 10.77 Mums Extra Dry 8.48 Laurent Perrier ...,., 9.17 Taylors New York State 4.76 Henri Marcel . ; .,. 7 .,...,.„.-. 2.85 Great Western ............ .4.95 Gold Seal >,....„.,...;. .4.79 Dry Imperator .,„ ..,..,.,.,. .4.64 Korbel ...,«.,«.,.,. 5.27 Paul Massor . ,.,.,.. .,.,,.,.4.75 Due Monopofe .....-.. .2.75 Asti Spumanti .,,..,.:,.,.;,.,.„.,.=.«.:,,.,>,.»...-.»..•*•• 5.30 WHY NOT TRY A COLD DUCK? Half Champagne and Half Sparkling Burgundy! LeJon ..,,.,,,,,... .Fifth 2.75 Meiers ......FJffh 3.10 We Also Have Half Bottles Only At FOSTER LIQUOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER THE ONLY COMPLETE LIQUOR STORE IN TOWN THIS YEAR IS GOING; DON'T TRY TO STOP IT. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions, may we compound and dispense yours? WALGREEN AGENCY PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DURING WINTER MONTHS. Matinees will start s« 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children SSc. Mxm. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 30c & 35c, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, SJtiOi? continous from 2 p.m. 90c & 35c. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) lEHNKCUK' TEMISCOPf • A PAMMOUKT BOUSE —PLUS— ©1967 American International pjclures SUN e MON, • TUES. (GA) msfmnMosi IMPOSSIBLE SMS,.. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ ST. VALENTINES DAY MASSACRE — With Jason Robards THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST — With James Coburn THE WAY WEST — Kirk Douglas & Robert Mitohum THE FAMILY WAY — With Haley Mills THE AMBUSHERS — With Dean Martin . .TAMING OF THE SHREW — With Elizabeth Taylor & ttlcnlrd Burton COOL HAND LUKE — With Paul Newman

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