lire - BlythevUle (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, August 12,196« — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Miss Hampton Honored Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Joan Hampton, bride- elect of Jerry Dyer, was honored with a shower at Shamrock Hostesses for the event were Miss Betty Coats, Mrs. Blanche Branscum, Miss Betty Presnell, Mrs. Lee Richardson, Jr., Mrs. J. E: Byrum, Mrs. Ed Gregg, Mrs. Roy Goodman, Mrs. Mary Hayrjes.'Mrs. Gene Hood, Mrs. Marvin Razer and Mrs. Clifford A'each. Special guess were Mrs. Walter • Hampton, mother of t h e bride-elect, Mrs. Marion L. Dyer, -mother of the prospective groom, and Mrs. Walter D. Hampton of Murdo, S.D., grandmother of the bride-elect. They were presented white carnation corsages. ..Miss Hampton chose for the occasion, a black and white suit complemented by white acce* sories. . . She was presented a wnte carnation corsage by the hostesses. Thirty - six guests, including Mrs "V. Wyatt, of Fayetteville sister of the bride-elect, attend ed-the shower. Refreshments of pi« and cof fee were served. _ _ Bride-Elect Is Honored Af Shower The decorating color was white. The wedding theme was carried out by use of wedding bells and bride and groom dolls. The hostesses' .gifts were a silver serving tray and a blue gown and negligee set. Miss Barbara Jeanette Baldridge, bride-elect of Roger Wade Perdew, was honored witu a bridal shower given in the Martin Boom of the Goff Hotel. The shower was given by Mrs. Wilrria Sharp and Miss Jean Sharp. Special guests were Mrs. Hettie'-Perdew, mother of the prospective groom, and Mrs. Stoye Baldridge, mother of the bride- ele'ets' Miss Baldridge's grandmotn- erSi Mrs. W. P Sharp and;Mrs Callle Baldridge, also attended. Prizes in the games played were won by Mrs. Blanche Brooks, Mrs. Ozella Minnick and- ;: Mrs. Donna Hayles Miss Pat,Puff registered the gifts The refreshment table was overlaid with a white linen table cloth,, centered with a bridesmaid cake, decorated miniature bridesmaids. Party foods and punch were also served. Refreshments were served by Miss Sharon Burgess. For the occasion, the honoree wore a blue dress, complimented with blue accessories. Miss Baldridge and Mr. Perdew are planning a fall wedding. New Liberty Has Hayride Junior girls of New Liberty Baptist Church were entertained Tuesday night with a hayrlde at Barfield Landing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burks served hot dogs and the girls roasted marshmallows. Iced drinks were also served. After the hay ride, 20 girls attended a bunking party, at the church. Mrs. Elva Burks was their chaperone. Wednesday morning, the girls were served breakfast Members who were present were Debbie Goff, Linda Slaughter, Reatha Weathers, S h er r i Brown, Jean Lambert. Juliana Mahan, Ida Stalines, Alberta Meisler and Sue Webb. Cindy Hobby Has Birthday Cindy Jo Hobby, daughter ol T-Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Hobby, celebrated her fourth birthday with a party. Guests were Perri Bonneber- 5«T, Lisa and Deborah Southard, Mary Beth and Deborah Holmes and Carol Lewis. Games were played and irizes were given. Home moves were taken during the party. Mrs. Lee Bonneberger and Mrs. Marian Lewis helped serve refreshments. I Bits of News I // /I | moAtlif personal = ifinlllllllllllllSlllllilllllBllllllillllllllllllllllllllllUKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIliT' Mrs. Joseph Humphry and so John are visiting her mother Mrs. Murray Hudson. They wi also visit other relatives, here. Raley Alan VanHorn of Althe- Lmer, son of Rev. and Mrs. Ala VanHorn, is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Carter, and cousins, M e 1 v i and Ricky Marrow. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsel and daughter Susan will be i Jonesboro Saturday for the grad uation of their daughter, Mrs Diane Ritchey from Arkansai State College. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robin son will have as their guests Mrs. Robinson's sister anc brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mcllwaine, of Nashville, Tenn. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb anc family have returned from a vacation on the Mississippi Gull Coast. Mrs. M. 0. Usrey and Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey have returned from Birmingham, Ala. where they attended the funera of her brother-in-law, Brooks Flowers. S-Sgt Robert E. Odom, son of Mr. and Mrs. C E Odom of Blytheville. will leave Aug 21, for his new assignment in Korea. His wife and two sons, Dominique and Martin, have moved back to Blytheville from Rome, N.Y., to live while he is gone. The Odoms have another ion in the service, Airman 2-C farold Odom. He has been in Leon, France on assignment. NEWS OF THE icouti iiiiiiiiiffllliilliiiBiiiiiiiiiiainiiMiiiiimimiiiHiiwiinf The Blytheville Neighborhood Girl Scout leaders and service earns will, meet at the Scout Little Hut Sept. 8 at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Edwin Weedman, neighborhood chairman for the Girl Scouts, says the new addition to the Little Hut, is in need of furnishings. Anyone having tables, chairs, Sling cabinets, or anything that could be used for storage, is asked to call Mrs. Weedman at PO 3-3451. Coming Erents 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. Many families planning camping vacations this summer wfll bitch modem tent trailers to family cars and add sightseeing, city visiting and restaurant dining to the usual camp fare of fishing and hiking. They will need a wardrobe of carefree sportswear in packable, washable fibers for everyone on the trip such as is worn by the family shown (left). For city visits (center) mom chooses a menerry three-piece, washable linen-look suit in Dacron polyester and Avril rayon. Dad's Hammonton Park sports jacket in dark green is a blend of Dacron, wool and mohair. Knee- topping suspender skirt (right) worn with a multicolored striped pullover is a great look for the campsite. Skirt and top are easy to wash, quick to dry and need no ironing. All women's fashiouf »re by Century Sportswear, Mrs Mayo Teaches Study NWMS of the First'Church of the Nazarene held its first meeting for the new year, last Wed. nesday night at the church; Mrs. Harold '.Thompson, president, presided over the meet, ing. Singing opened the meeting. Mrs. Effie Gaines led the opening prayer. The devotional was given by Rev. Harold Thompson, Sr., taken from Acts. The business ses-' sion was conducted by Mrs, Thompson. ; Afterwards, the first chapter of Hie'study book was taught by Mrs. Mildred Mayo. The topic of study was on the continent of Africa. Closing prayer was given by: Mrs. Charlotte Mitchell. I'KIVII.EGEH iiVTaoKIZKU 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytlierllle Couriej New, BLYTHEVILLE ARK JIP • 1231(1 Harrj W Haloes Publisher 3rd « walnut Sti Blythe?Ule Ark. Publlifiea doll; except sunflsj second clan onstage raid it Bly- thevllle Ark' . ' , ' , ^ • ' HOME DEIIVEJVV RATES ID Blytbertlle and town* ID thi Mlythevllle trade territory Dally • 35o , per week BY MAIL PATABLK 11- ADVAMk Within SO mile* ol Bl;th«vllle $8.00 por year Uorr than SO miles trorr • • S18.00 per year Celebrates Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Carter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Aug 6,'with a fatn- ly reunion at the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. U. Davis Sixty • three guests attended, ncluding all of their children A white tiered cake was ierved following a buffet din- ler Out of town guests were Mr. nd Mrs. Edward Carter and amily, Mr. and Mrs Billy yrd and family; of Kansas City <an; Mrs. Elsie Byrd of Little lock; Mrs. Dorothy Griffith nd children, Mr. and Mrs Fred arter of Indianapolis, Ind; Mr. and Mrs. Carter Smith and Mack Hawkins; Miss Becky Conner of Texas, Mrs Evelyn Strony; Mrs. Myrtle Gulledge; Clayton Hallum, Mr. and Mrs. W., C. Blankenship and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vann and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith and family. Also attending the reunion were 22 of their grandchildren and 13 great • grandchildren. Violet Club Will Meet The African Violet Club wft meet Tuesday with Miss Lucy 'nompson. Mrs. Florence Breysacher wl e co-hostess. The meeting will begin at .m. Protect YOUR College Career Hospital and surgical bills piled on top of education costs could end a college career. Why risk ;., it? For less than 8<J a day the Blue Cross-Blue Shield Student Plan gives the best health ex. pense protection you can buy. Protection is year 'round—anywhere, even outside the state. For further information clip and mail coupon below. Send for FREE FOLDER STUDENT PLAN BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72203 Rush FREE FOLDER dec-ribing Student Plan ; for Students aged 19 to 24: This young woman takes a cue from a home furnishings trend to cover formerly exposed wood areas with fabric. She picks Avril rayon and cotton fashion fabrics in diverse but complementary patterns for inexpensive redecorating. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRIDAY & SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE . f E: fc I: NAME -AGE.. ADDRESS CITY- STUDENT AT..... Columbia Pictures -rmi^ JERRY LEWIS JANET ID6H PLUS "THI CRIMSON BLADE" WAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA FRIDAY & SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE "Queen of Blood" with John Saxon PLUS "Blood Bath" with William Campbell Rev. Smith Guest Speaker Rev. Robert Smith, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Frazer, Tenn., will be the guest minister at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday in the absence of Rev. Martin R. Wilkinson. Rev. Smith is married to' the former Miss Betsy Bell, a former Blytheville resident If your youngster likes to bake, but can't manage separating yolks from whites in eggs (a process often called for), there's a gadget that will help her. It's called an egg separator and is inexpensive and available at many dime stores. Don't try to separate refrigerator - chilled slices of bacon. Put the amount of bacon you need in a frypan and separate the slices as they heat. Mils saves you from tearing the slices. Miss Greeriway Is Entertained With Shower Miss Becky Greenway, bride- elect of Nick Walker was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. Co-hostsses for the event were Mrs. George Fisher, Mrs. Mike Simon and Mrs. Eddie Pharo. Special guests were the mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Malcom Greenway and Mrs. Julian Walker, and grandmothers, Mrs. H. R. Crawford of Dell and Mrs. Harris Walker Of Dyersburg, Tenn., and Mrs. Wallace Jackson of Paragould. Miss Greenway chose for the occasion a white and navy linen dress. Her corsage was a pink glamelia. The special guests were presented white carnation corsages. A pink and white theme wai used in the entertaining, rooms The mirror over the fireplace was adorned with two pink love birds, carrying love notes ad dressed to "Becky and Nicky.' A pink lace umbrella and pink roses were on the mantel. Gifts were displayed on a white cut work linen cloth. Games were won by Miss ffikie Simon and Miss Jackson. The hostesses served an assortment of party cookies and summer sherbert punch. Wondering how to cut up that rhubarb for pie? Unless the reo pe state other wise, you'll be safe in slicing the stalk cross- vise into 1-2 inch pieces. Anither hint: never peel pink or red rhubarb. •f" $f SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE There never was a picture like... TECHNICOLOR* jregfft 7:30 — 9:30 (Come by 10 see all of "Shane"') SUN. - MON. - TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE COLUMBIA PICTURES COLUMBIA PICTURES prilinll .. MARTIN « MATT HELM 1hn m^ finw ' * ••••* SiLKNGBRS tWUWHIUOEpuduclim COLUMBIACOLOH IN YUMMY 7:30 — 9:30 (Both In Color) Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 7 Days a Week p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Both For General Audience HAIR-TRIGGER ACTION I TECHNICOLOR • A UNIVERSAL PICIURE TECHNICOLOR A UMvEESSl PICTURE SUN. - MON. - TUES. - WED. For Adults & Mature Young Pcpole QEflsays: "Film-Making at its Marvelous Best! Genuinely' Entertaining!" GREGORY PECK.STAN1EVDONEN ovie-Making at its Inventive Best! Glamorous, Exciting... Pure Fun!" NewsweekJconcurs: f "Enriched with Stylish TECHNICOLOR*/ PAN AVISION* ftodgcMind DirecMty STANLEY DONEN A UNIVERSAL RELEASE COMING SOON TO THE RITZ STAGECOACH-With Alex Cord & Ann-Margrel WALK, DON'T RUN-With Cary Grant VIVA MARlA-With Brlgitte Bardot BIG HAND FOB A LITTLE LADY-joannc Woodward, Henry Fonda GLASS BOTTOM BOAT-Wlth Doris Day & Rod Taylor THE SLENDER THREAD-WHh Anne Bancroft The Coolest and Most En/oyabfe Spat in Town is the RITZ THEATRE.
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