The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 5, 1968
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Pag« Four - Blythevillt (Ark.) Courier New» - Friday, Jumwry I, WM Miss Woody Lynn Newman Roger Turner to Vied Miss WoodyNewman Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lewis Newman of Blytheville, a n- nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Woody Lynn, to Airman l.C. Roger Lee Turner, son of 1\!r. and Mrs. Victor Lee Turner of Ducks, W. V. Miss Newman is a graduate l of Johnson High School, John- json Air Force Base, Japan. She is employed at Blytheville Federal Credit Union. Airman Turner is a graduate of Clay High School, Clay, W. Va., and is presently stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. A January wedding is being planned by the couple. Tight Squeeze Fashions Return To The Little Middle By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor times disguised in pretty paslcl combinations. But, as often as 1 , . _ , not it was its rugged dark blue '• -NEW YORK (AP)- For two se , f ]n j;lckct and skjrt) top years the fat of the land hid be- slilch( , d and ], ar d\fare trimmed, hind tents and shapeless shifts, frank | y imi | at j n g tde working but 1 , now many women face a un jf orm j[ Se ]f. very tight squeeze as fashion re- Free and casy was the lhcme o[ fasuion| even though the iron- ^g djd not look easy on the many lace dandy shirls that turns lo the little middle It's belt again and, the American combined with skirls, or even the dresses in angellic white, laced from neck to hemline Fortunately, they are made of test lube textiles with the press permanently built in. Jackets are very, very short, or very, very long. So are hemlines, though Borden believes thai skirts below the knees are strictly for evening wear. And waistlines are as in as women can gel ttiem al (his lime. garment industry sympathizes. Moreover, the designers, or al ieasl those al the first day of New York Couture Group's press week activities, are doing their best lo ease the situation until women are in better shape. "Women have added two inches to their waistlines," lamented a spokesman for Mignon. "Our Size 10 has abandoned its old waist measuremenl of 25'/4 for a more comfortable 27%" Though Ole Borden of Rembrandt has belted bis dresses, hp has cut (he garment comfortably IOSSP to give the wearer a chance to slip a notch or two when facing a tempting dessert. Elaslicized belts were the temporary solution offered by Omicron Chapter of Alpha designers for junior sophisticate I Delta Kappa, an honorary ciolhc?. [ teachers sorority, will meet Yd at the Cone fabric show next Thursday night al the ftylc-s in stretch fabrics were Rustic Inn for their r eg u 1 a r the answer. They had all the meeting g:\-e and take that lhe ins and j The meeting scheduled for outs of the feminine figure could i last night was postponed due to give. A voluptuous example was!the weather a stretch denim dress with a j . plunging neckline worn by a [ Hush Stairs manikin well endowed enougii to | If you want to cut down on make the plunge worth while, j laic evening clatter, install While expansive in places, the j f o a m rubber padding under dress also did a dandy job of stair carpet. 11 will reduce Sorority Reschedules Meeting cinching the center It was obvious the way his clothes were extolled here that the working man has won the social revolution, at least in the world of fashion noise and extend the life of the carpel. Settles Dust If you dampen the newspapers into which you empty your vac- Good old denim, the day-to- j uum cleaner bag, you'll find day uniform of the laborer in fields and factories, was some- thai the dust particles don't fly around the room. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniin o c i Phyllis Reed Society Editor IN AND AROUND BLYTHEVILLE •••••••* gins and family of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Webster Mr. and Mrs. Lecil Gee and i (heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe son, Troy, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodsin and family and Mr. Hugh Gee of Dogwood spent and Mrs. C. F. William, all of Saturday in Sehner, Tenn., with /.Inens, Ala. Mrs. Minnie Kicstlcr, who is a Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Sutton patient in a hospital there. spent the Christmas holidays They also visited Mrs. Hugh wilh her mother and other rela- Geo's brother and sister-in-law, tives in East St. Louis, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Webster ]•)„„.„ TT „..„,.,.„ and granddaughter, Lori, of Los | JrATt\ flOHOTS Annolnc Palif c n o n f thn *^ Hubert Kemp Angeles, Calif., spent the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Obie Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Webster and amily. Also visiting lhe Websters were Mr. and Mrs. James Web. Hubert Wayne Kemp was were rar. ana mrs. James; weu- ho d .„ going . away pal , ister and son of Rossville, Tenn., -, L • ., , , land Mrs. Oscar Floyd of Nim- ^ last "'S ht Tm j h j ' lome of T Y PO 3-4461 N E W S R. W. Warren. its of News i mot ' l y jiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiililiraiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliillluiilllllBf Mr. and Mrs Bill January announce lhe birth of their first child, a son, born Dec. 25. He has been named W. W. January V. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. W. January of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. JHale Merfick of Hornersville, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. LaVoid Jernigan, and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Edelen Mr. and Mrs. Baynard Van- Vuuren of Grand Rapids, Mich., returned to their home Wednes- and family of St. Ann, Mo., [day after spending the Christ- mons, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coker and son Ricky of Memphis were the Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Roberts. Mr. Kemp, a 1967 graduate of Blytheville High School, will left Saturday after a visit mas holidays with her parents, ji]|., spent the holidays with Mr! •yitlii her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms, and Mrs. R. D. Minyard and family and Mrs. Elhie Minyard. Sunday guests of his mother, Uave tomorrow morning for a Mrs. Lyda Fields, and his sis- 13-month tour of duty in Vietter, Miss Lois Fields. nam. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Corley ' The party was sponsored by and family of Chicago Heights, the Young People's Sunday and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Quarles | Mr and Mrs Jack Green . of Chicago spent Christmas wood a|ld Jimmy and Jeanje •••'"- '-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood of New Albany Miss with her Eric Quarles. Mr. and Mrs. Li Jr., of Nashville, School Class of Bible Missionary Church. Approximately 30 .guests at- Bridge League Plays Thursday A master point bridge gam* was played last night at Sfiarn- rock Lanes when the Duplicate Bridge League met, Winners were Bill Cox and Bill Nash, both of Jonesboro, second place winners were Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Georgia Bailey. Third place winners were Bill McMath of Osceola and Mrs. Jerry Reed. The league will play tomorrow afternoon atShamreek Lanes. „, „• eft Wednesday after spending ,ter and her Family, Mr. and Mrs. Madge Hudson and sons, ^nded and special guests were Jerry and Louis, of luka, Miss., I h <s P arents . Ml ; an <i Mrs. Ed- visited Friday with her daugh-i ward °y er . and P astor of lhe ' and Mrs ' n ' ' spent Clarence Helms, Mr. and Mrs. dren and chil- church, Rev. George Stevenson, and his family. Games were directed by the , . . , --------- --------------- --.he hohdays with ha parents. j. a Nicho i as and Mr . and Mrs . M d M B dd w (class teacher, Mrs. Rut hie Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Watkms iwinford Burgess and other rela- and children of Pine Bluff, vis- T> ~~'" 1 — kf. tives in Rlvfhpvilfp Uf/wi A ., A « *u« u«iM n .. n ...UK K«« v n, H At, p M M «i ln B1 y' hevllle - 'Jted over the holidays with her r i M y ,?^ ? Mr and Mrs ' ^ Smallridge| parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey ?" ^'l y ^ 0 -,?T P S|)e , nt 'and children spent the holidays Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Overton and daughters, Mrs. J o a n n Hanchett and baby, and Mrs. the weekend with her parents,'ft, Texas visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dyer, and M r. and Mrs. Eric Ray spent their family. lne Christmas holidays with Hubert Kemp is spending a Kieir son and his family, Mr. ken~Bronea'C alTof Memphis^ 28-day leave with his parents,; and Mrs. Eugene Ray and chil- and Mrs. Ethel Brittian were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dyer, be- dren of Paragould. Baughrhan. Refreshments of iced. drinks and cake were served. Mr. Kemp was presented a gift from the church at the close of the party. fore leaving for Vietnam. lent in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Eden- Christmas dinner guests of Mr end family of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Bill Maloney was admit- and Mrs. Pat Billiard and fam-| pent the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Bill Estcs re- ted to Chickasawba Hospital ily. I with her parents, Mr. turned home Tuesday after Tuesday. | Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pulley Mrs. W. T. Shelton. spending the holidays with her ~ .... ....... mother, Mrs. Burkley, at Tuck- and . . . . . Durard Harris is a patient in motored her father, J. D. Ste- Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. hiptaemwha Hncnital r,lm«nn« i n ro:___*t m.« u c*.._ clnnUnn ...or. ll..*.*. .]*.. .»!.;»« «_J • Coming Events Friday Chapter N P.E.O. Dell E. H. Club 1:30 p.m. Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League, Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.m. Chickasaw Saddlers 7 p.m. Bathroom Wood If your bathroom has a cold, unfriendly look, try paneling it with wood. Wood paneling will make Sie room seem warm and cheery. You can seal it against moisture by applying a water- repellent pigmented stain. Chickasawba Hospital. Visitors in the home of Mr. day. phenson, to Tigrett, Tenn. Sun- Shelton was their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Those visiting Mrs. Ethel Al- and Mrs. Fletcher Higgins over They visited her sister, Mrs. 'neth McClain, and their chil- Ever add a suspicion of cinnamon to cream that you are whipping and sweetening? Delicious combination to serve with applesauce. ford during the holidays wss Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bond of St. Louis, Mrs. Ann Deroe and the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Myrthle Green, and his sister, dren of. Scott, Miss. Orviile Mayhan and daughter of and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ann Nance visited rela- Alicia, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Bill-W. G. Hardin, and his mother, lives in Humboldt Jackson and daughters, Krem and Fonda of l!atfield, Mr. and Mrs. Alford Mrs. Fannie Pulley, all of Ma- Ji au rv Citv Tenn • over the Paragould, and Mr. and Mrs. | Mayhan, Mr. and Mrs. Max l:sus, Tenn. ' ' Clark Gilmore and children of'Mayhan and daughter, all of' Monica Ann Pulley, daughter Chicago. 'Janesboro; Sgt. and Mrs. Estil Williams Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Young of of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pulley, under went a tonsillectomy at and children of Blytheville Air JGorning, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. 0. Chickasawba Hospital Wednes- Force Base have returned home A. Rice of Brownville, Tenn., day. after spending the holidays with and Mr. and Mrs. Benjy' Hig-l Mrs. Harry Sansom is a pa- (holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Philips and family of Des Moines, Iowa pent the Christmas holidays of Nashville, Tenn., visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones and family- Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Johnson and children returned to their home in Ozark, Ark., recently after visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mac Lan* and family of Grand Rapids, Crawford and daughter Kelly her mother, Mrs. J. W. ]West Mern ph is and Miss Ann [Lane of Tucson, Ariz., spent Mrs. Lucy Carnell is visiting fie. holidays with Mrs. lne* elatives in Halls, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rice are visiting in Portageville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Poff and children of St. Louis, Mo., spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Poff of Gosnell. Rush. Mrs. B. F. Gay Sr., is visiting this week with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay Jr., in Memphis. Ray Smallridge is visiting in Blytheville before leaving for South Carolina. He has just re- Mr, and Mrs. Otha Kennedy I turned from Thailand. FROM THE NEW YORK COUTURE COLLECTIONS for Spring '68 these suits set the trend for the season. Left to right, sumptuous pink makes a tailored suit go feminine. The hip-riding cardigan jacket slips over a roll collar overblouse. By Davidow, it is teamed with a slithery skirt. Silk linen ensemble in brown flashed with white has dress with swinging pleated skirt and a matching jacket buttoned and belted in white by Branell. White and putty two-piece checked suit with white crepe shell blouse is by Jo Copeland of Pattullo-Copeland. Monte-Sano's crisp gold and green plaid suit in Scotch wool has deep front pleat in skirt and cutaway double-breasted jacket. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRI. AND SAT. BEggBraracrig^ffl^yfijiigH^Bg A DOUBLE FEATURE OF 100% HORROR ISLAND OF PROJECTED ,/rmU>K JAN COLOR i TECHNICOLOR A Umvei^l Release A Umteisal Release BIG RECORD SALE COMPLETE STOCK ADKISSON RECORD SHOP Reg. $4.98 New $4.65 Reg. $3.98 Now $3.65 All Single* 75e Mail Orders Accepted PH. PO 3-9459 Sun. • Mon. • Tues. and • Wed. MipwMa i urn nffi mtm fed SteiflerVima list What happens when the rote* ot man and woman biMMrocotar OUT THEY GO! JANUARY SHOE NOW IN PROGRESS Prices Slashed! Men's . . . Women's . . . Children's Shoes We Must Make Room For New Spring Shoes Arriving Daily. Come Early For Good Selection Gaines Wright Shoes 219 W. MAIN PO 3-4051 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. 75o, - Children 35c. Mon. thra Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c & 35c. Friday Saturday & Sunday, Show contiimus from 2 p.m. 90c & 3Sc. LAST TIME TODAY (A-MY) "ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE" —With Jason Robards SATURDAY ONLY (A) SUN ft MON. • TUES. (NC) THIS MOTION PICTURE IS DEDICATED TO LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HflPPENIMBS! THEODORE J. FUCKER'SlW.-WNwsetrTtcwitoios' 'SEVERN DARDEN.-JOAN DELANEY Jifc. > Prated t> STANLEY RUBIN • WnlM ind (XMM If »«• ,... MIWCUMKIIK COMING SOON TO THE. RITZ THE WAY WEST — Kltk Douglm t Robert Mltehum THE FAMILY WAY - With Hlley Mills THE AMBUSHERS - With Dean Martin .TAMINO Or THE SHREW - With Ellubeth Ttytor * ftlehirt iurton COOL HAND LUKE - With Piul Newman

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