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I'm - DlythevUl* (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, August 9,19W — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone FO 8-4461 Miss Walters Local Delegate Conference Thirty-five 4-H Club members amMwo adult 4-H leaders will leave Saturday to attend the week-long National 4-H Citizenship:: Short Course at the National 4-H Center in Washington, D:C. -Th'is is the second group to attend from Arkansas this year. •'•'Attending from North Mississippi- County is Carla Walters from the Moonbeams 4-H Club. "Carla is the Daughter of l&$ and Mrs. Kennard Walters ef felytheville. Tip program is built around thi'theme of "Citizenship Means Safety Responsibility.' -Each morning talks and dis- cfislions will be led by leaders Write national government, while the afternoons will be de- vo'ted to tours of places relat- (ng;to the morning discussion. 'The group will visit 13 Of the many historic shrines fa Wash filgton. • Accompanying the group are John Shults and Mrs. Clara Buth Farrar of the State Ex. tension Service, and two adult leaders, Mrs. Chester Shipman of Washington County and Mrs. Morris Daniel of PulasM County* _ WMS Installs New Officers Polly Abbott Is Honored At Drop-In Miss Polly Abbott, bride-eleci of Ben Bakker, was honored at a drop-in Saturday morning, given at the home of Miss Abbott's grandmother, Mrs. D.B. Abbott. Mrs. Abbott, and Miss Abbott's four aunts co-hosted the event, Special guest at the occasion, which was attended by the family and close friends, was Mrs Hubert Mullins, Miss Abbott's grandmother. The bride-elect, who will be married on Aug. 14, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Abbott. Party foods and punch were served from a table overlaid with a white linen table cloth and white daisies, surrounding yellow candles, decorated the sei-ving table. Miss Abbott was presented a novelty corsage of miniature vegetables. Her mother was. presented a corsage of white carnations. For the occasion, the honoree wore a brown and white checked dress. ' Bell Baptist WMS met at the church last night for file Royal Service program. There were tight members present. ; The meeting opened with Mrs. E H. Prewett reading the pray- r calendar. Mrs. H. A. Burford lead the opening prayer. • : Mrs. Ed Hardin, the president, conducted the business session, during which time Kie following officers Were elected: ; President, Mrs. Carl E. Rus- tjell; vice president, Mrs, W. L. Miss Baldridge ; Prayer chairman, Mrs. Rob- irfcpayne; program chairman WJCDoyle Houston; i ggmmunity chairman, Mn Ed^Hardin; I Mission service, Mrs. C. / Sraitji; stewardship, Mrs. J. C Smgh; | Bjjjlstment, Mrs. E. H. Pre well; social chairman, Mrs Pa'jsy Houston: • Junior GA counselor, Mrs. J C.-Smith; and intermediate G, counselor, Mrs. June Smith. :' Mrs. Dyre was in charge o fte program, entitled "Under standing Malaysia." •• Those taking part were Mrs. C Smith, Mrs. June Smith Mrs. J. C. Tate and Mrs, C. A Smith. j Mrs. Hardin dismissed with prayer. Engagement Is Told Mr. and Mrs! S. L.Baldridge lave announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara feanette Baldridge, to Roger Wade Perdew, son of Mrs. Hetie Perdew and the late Mr. J. E. Perdew, all of Blytheville. Miss Baldridge is a graduate of Blytheville High School. Mr. Perdew is a graduate of Gosnell High School. An August wedding is planned Remember Pay Your taper Boy •Don't You Be A 5QUAWKER BE A VOTER VOTE IT'S NOT TOO LATE BLYTHEVILLE JAYCEES Mrs. Jones Is Honoree Mrs. Bill Jones, the former Miss Marlene Canerdy, was honored at a miscellaneous shower last night. The event was given in the home of Miss Sandra Hrabovsky, by Miss Hrabovsky and Miss Pamra Tipnin. Special guests were Mrs. Henry Gargin, mother of the new bride, and Mrs. Tommy Jones, moKier of the groom. They were presented white carnation cor- Miss McCullough Marriage Planned For Aug. 26 Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCulough of St. Louis have announced the engagement and pproaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Barbara Ann HcCulIough, to Joe W. Igleheart on of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Igleheart, of Blytheville. The bride •• elect attends Blytheville High School. Mr. Igleheart is a graduate if Blytheville High Scool. An Aug. 26 ceremony is planned The couple plan to make their home in Blytheville. In And Around Blytheville Mrs. Jones wore a light blue shift, complimented with white accessories. She was also presented a white carnation corsage. Miss Paula Hardin and Miss Donna R h o d e n won games which were played. Refreshments of lime sherbert punch and cake were served by Miss Mikie Simon. iiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health iiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Lucky Clover 4-H Club met at Dogwood Clubhouse Monday evening. Nancy S t a 1 c u p, president, called the meeting to order. Deena Button led the group in song. Pledges were led by Deena Sutton and Susan Ramey. The devotional was given by Sheri Brown. A discussion was held about the club going to 4-H camp. The date decided upon was Aug. 2224. Shirley Weathers gave a talent number. Demonstrations were given on' how to make a sun hat, a wastepaper basket and a match holder. Retha Weathers gave a talk on her trip to Kentucky. Sandy Stalcup and Susie Scrape led the group in games. Deena Sutton and Patty Blaek- ard served refreshments. There will be a meeting Thursday night at 6:30 at the Dogwood Clubhouse for the members and parents of those who plan to go to the 4-H camp. Ladder Safety When you're using a ladder for outside work, place Kie feet of the ladder in an old pair of Mrs. Clifford King of Manila visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Viola McDonald. Mrs. Joe Ella Lineberry and sons Phil and Bruce, and Bill and John Ball nof Steele, visited Monday with her sister, Mrs. Bill Thickson, at Blytheville. Also visiting the Thicksons this week was Mrs. Jessie Nicholas of Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shields and children visited recently at Jolliet, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Lamer Boiley at Blytheville. Mrs. Mrytle Morrow of Blytheville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Morrow at Dell. Mrs. Gladys Pennington and daughter, Charley Rose of Texas is here for a visit with her mother, Mrs 1 . H. C. Carter, and sisters, Leona Carter and Rosje Lee Cummings. Mrs. Max Riggs and daughter Tonya, Miss Becky Smith, Mrs. Claud Duncan and Mrs. Anna Ashabranner of Half Moon spent a few days last week at the Riggs' cabin at Hardy. Mrs. J. M. Woodall and daugh- ;ers Dorrie and Cheryl have re- :urned after a visit with relatives near Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Gilmore and children of Paragould spent i'riday night and Saturday with Mrs. Sam AHord at Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. John Tonly and ons John, Jimmy and Billy of Vashville, Tenn., have been vis- ;ing Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allbritton at Blytheville. Joe Chapin of Egypt returned home Tuesday after a w e e k with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Riggs. of Half Moon. Mrs. Larry Courtney and Mrs. Bob Mavrer of Fort Benning, Ind. returned Wednesday after a week with Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Courtney and Mr. and I Bits of News! y per&onal Mrs. Ruth McClanahan Of Blytheville left yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dudley of Braggadocio, Mo, for San Miguel, Mexico They are going to San Miguel to get Mrs. McClunahan's son. Mack, who is working on his master's degree in art at the Institute de Allende in San Mi- Coming Ei enti ''..'•''•,. '•} i ,v ,' -' > Tuesday Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. The Armorel-ettes EH Club will meet at Walker Park for a picnic at 6 p.m. 2101st Communications Squadron Wives will meet at the Service Club at 7:30 p.m. Yarbro EH Club will meet at the clubhouse. . Beta Sigma Phi City Council will meet. Business and Professional Wo- Clanahan to Wilmington, N. C. where he has a teaching position. En route to Wilmington, they will stop in Huntsville, Ala,, to visit Mrs. McClanahan's daughter, Mrs. Jack Wood. Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Williams and son, Harland, have returned from Edina and New* ark, Mo. They spent ten days there during the illness and death of Clarence E. Sinney, Mr. William's uncle. They were joined there by other members of the family, Mr. Williams' mower, Mrs. W. L. Williams; a brother. Clarence E Williams, and daughter, Linda, a sister Mrs Bob Grgisby and Mr. Grigsby, all of Ogal- la, Neb., and another sister, Mrs. Delbert Benson, Mr. Benson and daughter, Jean, of Denver. Colo. Services for Mr. Sinney were held in the First Baptist Church in Newark, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny West and a program at 7 p.m. Ladies Golf. Association will meet for luncheon at 12 noon. Officers Wives Club will meet at the Club for t luncheon at 12:30. IOOF Lodge will meet at the IOOF Hall at 8 p.m. NCO Wives Club will meet at 1 p.m. at the NCO Club for Card Day. Wednesday WANTED TRAINEES M.«7«dwom"n «r. .r,.nrly needed r. troin o IBM Computer Programming and M«Mi» Training, tatonTstlM*! will b. trained in o program which n.ed noStre with prtwnt |ob. If you quahfy, trainingi caa to finaneVd. Writ, today. Plea* include horn. phon. ?BM MACHINE TRAINING Box 1108 c/o Courier Newi ^ Mrs. Bill ville. Bearden at Blythe- Mrs. Burl White has been dismissed from Baptist Hospital where she underwent surgery. Mrs. Lowell Blasingame of Blytheville is convalesing at her home after being dismissed from the Baptist Hospital. Kenneth McCIain of S c o 11, Miss., is reported to be improved after suffering a heart attack. Mrs. Tommy Shelton h.as returned home from several days visiting with the McCIains. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Knox and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knox and VTr. and Mrs. Dudley Daniel of 40 and 8 spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.. Morris and family and Mrs. Maggie Morris and son of 40 and 8 visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Coriald Saturday. Harold Ray of Paragould visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ray at Blytheville. Mrs. Maggie McDermott of Blytheville is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, Jimmy Gill of Blytheville is a patient in CMckasawba Hospital. Miss Ann Nance of Blytheville has returned from a vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. James Harner and Mrs. Doyle Rqshton and children of BAFB spent a few lave announced the birth of a daughter, born Aug. 3 at Chickasawba Hospital. She has been named Phyllis Rene. Mrs. West is the former Mis sPhyllis Courtney. Mrs. George Stilwell of Lilbourn, Mo. is a patient at Chickasawba Hospital. She had surgery Monday. Mr. Stilwell has been visiting her at the hospital. Mrs. Carvil Trammel of McCrory. Mrs. Stilwell's daughter, has been visiting her mother, al- Agitation Shrinks Wool Before laundering a wool blanket, remove the agitator irom an agitator - type washing machine. That's because too much "action" causes wool felt and shrink. to days with their parents in Centerville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Backoff and children of St. Louis left Tuesday after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thaxon, at Blytheville. Also visiting the Thaxtons over 8ie weekend were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thaxton, oi Memphis. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED M SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytbevllte Courier Newi BLYTHBVII.LE »EK SIP • raw Ban? w names, Publisher 3rd <t Walnut St« Blytherilte (Vrk, PubllKhod dally except Sunday Second class postage twid at Sir. thevllle. Art HOME DELIVERY KATES In Biytnerille and towjv ID thr BiythMlllt trad* territory Dally 350 per week BY MAIL PAVABLt IT- ADVANCE Within SO miles ol Blytnerllle $8.00 per year Wore thao 50 miles frorr Blythevll)' 41S.OO or year tennis shoes slipping. to keep it from Night Stint If you stand the upholstered sofa cushions and chair each evening before you go to bed, they will retain their shape better. SOUTH HIGHWAY 81 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. TUES.- WED.- THURS. Double Feature the story of what they did to a kid. SSSB 1 " _ OHRIStOPHBI* piummor IN A BWUIA-MUUICAN PRODUCTION insioe ciover Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week Nazarene Foreign Mission Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Church. Dell First Baptist WMU will meet at the Church, Clear Lake Baptist WMU will meet. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Kiwanis Club will meet at the Goff Hotel at noon. Officers Duplicate Bridge League will meet at the Officers Club at 7 p.m. . Post 481 will meet at the Army Reserve Training Center at 7 p.m. Thursday Junior members of Dud Cason Unit, AL Auxiliary, will meet at 7 p.m. in the Little Hut. Golden Age Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Lutheran Women's Missionary League will meet at the church at 1:30 p.m. for a business meeting. Blytheville Jaycettes will meet in the Jaycee Clubrootti. Family Services coffee of Blytheville Air Force Base will be held at Ringsley Hall at 1:30 p.m. Friday 65th Munitions Maintenance Squadron Wives Club will meet at 1 p.m. in Kingsley Hall. Blytheville EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Variety Club will meet in the Jaycee Building. Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes at 1:15 p.m. ANNOUNCING Mrs. Emma Duncan has joined our staff of operators at Idelle's Beauty Nook She invites her friends & patrons to visit with her at this new location. For your beauty care — come in or call for an appointment with one of our trained stylists. Idelle Lowe • Owner Operators • Margie Nelson • Jean Hatley • Onie Boyd 108 S. First St. PO 3-7313 THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA TUES. -WED. EL I AS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OS CEO LA TUES. - WED. DOUBLE FEATURE TECHNICOLOR > imiVERSAl PICTURE PLUS w tens- Asm TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY For General Audience faAan * nix j pwuu &>KIM m tow mum [ mar MISSING AM one PXHWHSta HIM Come by 7:30 & See Both Features Come By 9:20 & See ("Bunny Lake Is Missinj?" 20lh CENTURY-FOX,...,, AN ASSOCIATES AND AlORKH COMPANY PRODUCTION COMING SOON TO THE BITZ THE GHOST * MR. CHICKEN - with Don Knottl UtABESQim - with Gregory Peck A 8ophl» Loren STAGECOACH - with Alex Cord and Ann-M»r»ret WALK, DON'T RUN - with C»rj Grant The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the RIT2 THEATRE. 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