The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1968 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 8, 1968
Page 6
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(Ait.) CbBrifr Mm • *••••••• IN AND AROUND BLYTHEVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Wcldon McCann have returned from a two-week trip to Daytona Beach where they visited their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone and family of Mississippi spent last weekend with Mr, and rs. Calvin Edge. son-in-law Dr. and "Mrs. P.' Mr. and Mrs. David Coleman F»McCutchcn, and their fam- O f Paragould visited Wedncs- Iljv While there, (hey attended j day with her mother, Mrs. Myr- tltV wedding of their grand- [\ e Morrow. daughter, Miss Lynda Kay Me- M F pgff, Mr. and Mrs. Cafchcn. ..'Ijohn Sharp. Layd Poff Scoll and Dana McCann 01 Col-, Mrs Blir ] W hite attended the lierville. Term., spent the week-; funcra | services of M. F. Poff's end with I li e i r grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Weldon McCann. ....•s. Mary Nowlin ol Hampton, Ark., is the guest of her dStlghler and son-in-law, Mr. end Mrs. Weldon McCann. Mr. and Mrs. Millard McDan- Ann Arbor, Mich., arrived and brother-in-law, F. D. Kendrick at Mountain View last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard anti children spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Miss. Bobby J. Stabbs left Wednesday for Camp Delmar, Calif., ! after spending a 20-day leave Monday to visit with Mr. Mtt;. Owen Hardesty. j wj(h hjs pa| . ontSi Mr. and Mrs. "Hurry Sansom has been dis-jj ^ stabbs. mifsed from Chickasawba Hos- Mjss Debbie W ilson of West piVal. Memphis returned home Won- Mrs. Patricia Bynum under-j day afler a week's visit with Weiil major surgery Thursday ' iri"bsroola Memorial Hospital. Miss Eva Robinson is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Carlos Crawford and Mrs. Bill SI abbs. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas and children of West Memphis, spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boy Tho- ler and brother-in-law, Mr. and mas Mrs. Roy Freeman. I Mrs virgi , Daniels had as , Judge Ray is visiting Mr. and j he| . gucs ( s OVC r the holidays, Duncan-Currey Vows Exchanged Dec. 22 Duncan | The three • tiered wedding Fred Jackson of Borry, Ala., visited last week with his fntli- er; Claud Jackson, and his sis- Airs. Melvin Estcp in Joncs- boro. Johnny Yankee, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yankee returned home Monday after spending a few days in Jonesboro w.Hh Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Es'tep. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shullz and family of Lakeland, Fla,, Mrs. Donnic Jean Denton and children ot New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Barney McGill and family of Luxora, JoAnn Sfeph- cnson of Chicago, Mrs. Alice Chrlsco of Luxora; and Mr. and .Valarie Slaugliler of Arkadel- j Mrs. Oscar Chrisco of Rochclle, plija. Ark., was the holiday guest of Miss Billie Jo Page. •Mr. and Mrs. Cietus Hudson spent Ihe holidays with rela- thus in Miami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Huey of-,Peoria, III., spent the holidays with relatives in BIythe- ville. Ray Williams, brother of Mrs J. H. Jones of Blythevillc, died of a heart attack in Detroit, Mich., Monday. -poorge Malhis. uncle of Mrs, Joines, dies Monday in Tennessee. Those called to BIytheville due to the death of Bruce Ferguson Sr. were Clinton Fergu- pon of Vietnam, and Mrs. Ferguson and children of California, Jacky Ferguson of Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arnold and children of Jackson, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. William Studdards of Harrington. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baker of Des Plaines, III., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ferguson Jr. and daughter, Debbie, of Memphis and Tammy Ferguson of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ferguson are visiting licr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rigsby. Mrs. Bruce Ferguson Sr. accompanied Mr, and Mrs..Paul Arnold home of Jackson, N. C., where she will make her home. Allen Ray Arnold of Blythe-i ville Air Force Base, has re-1 turned after spending two i weeks with his parents. Mr. and STYIE AT A LOW PRICE is hard to come by these days. But there are still shops around'the country where good-looking clothes arc available at prices a beginning career girl "an affftrd. Smartly designed coat (left) with side closing and lur-trimmed collar and cuffs will also warm the hearts of the budget-minded. Smart afternoon dress (righ0 It tailored to please the fatblon-tonsclous young woman who must keep her budget u mind. (lymi) — Society News — t-'hyllis Reed, Society Editor III. Mr. and Mrs. Pnul Bealle and family have moved from Blylnevillc to Batcsyillc, Miss. Tommy Tucker of Chicago spent the holidays with his mother. Mrs. Viola Tucker, and his brother and family, Mr. and-.monthly meeting and the elec- Cbickasaw Saddlers Have Election of Officers Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers met Sat-1 book chairman; and Billy Wid- urday night for the regular Mrs. Carl Tucker. lion of officers (or the coming PTA Reports BIytheville Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association Will meet Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the study center, preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30. Bill McKarland will speak on safely education. Mrs. Clarence Johnson will give the devotional. ( Officers are: president, Leon (Franks; vice-president, David I Craig; secretary, Betty Ncw- jcomb; treasurer, Mrs. nanny Smothers; and reporter, Mrs. Leon Franks. Committee Chairmen elected were: June Craig, membership chairman; Kathy Franks, scrap- Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association will meet at the school Wednesday. The regular meeting will be at 3 p.m. preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30. Master Point Games Played Duplicate Bridge League played master point games Saturday at Shamrock Lanes. Five tables played and winners were Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Foy Etchieson, Bill McMath and Bob Valen- Mrs. Jim Arnold, in Sunnyvale, ! lino, both of Osceola, won sec- Calif. I ond, Mrs. Jacklyn Ferguson and Mrs. Forest Moore and Mrs. children left Friday for Buck! Arnold Miller won third and Eye, Ariz., where they will 1 Mrs. Jess White and Mrs. E. make their home with her par-iB. Gee Sr. won fourth, ents, Mr. and rs. David Bar- The league will play Thurs- nett. (day at Shamrock Lanes. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hatley and Betty Newcomb ncr, telephone chairman. Billy Widner and Mrs. Smothers were chosen as alternates to flag carriers and June Craig. The next meeting will be Feb- 3, and a film, "The American Saddle Horse," will be shown. The club voted to continue meeting the first Saturday of the month and to meet at Dogwood Clubhouse. Ph. PO 3 4461 New Members Introduced At Variety Dance The Variety Club met recently for their New Year's Eve dance at the Women's Building at Walker Park. '"Hie Joe King Band" from Kennett provided the music for dancing. New members introduced a Miss Sandra Lynn became the bride of Airman l.C. Kaye W. Currey Dec. 22 in a double-ring ceremony performed at Cole Ridge Baptist Church by Rev. Ralph Cadwell, pastor of the church. Parents of the couple are Mrs Conway Duncan and the late Mr. Duncan of BIytheville and Mr. and Mrs. William Currey of Phoenix, Ariz. The altar was decorated with a white wrought iron arch, entwined with greenery and red bows. Pots of red poinsettias on pedestals were placed on each side of the arch. Traditional wedding music was played by Mrs. Sonny James. Miss Cathy Hollingsworth, vocalist, sang "I Love You Truly" and "0 Perfect Love." The bride, given in marriage by her grandfather, L. E. Eubanks, wore a white lace street- length dress fashioned with an A-line skirt featuring a front panel of soft pleats and long, fitted sleeves. Her shoulder - length veil was attached to a lily of the valley arrangement of silk organza and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white carnations interspersed with velvet leaves and s e ed pearls and centered with a purple - throated orchid. Mrs. Bill Hays, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Rebecca Mooney was maid of honor. They wore identical dresses of Christmas green velvet cut along straight lines with long, fitted sleeves. Their headpieces were short veils attached to a cluster of matching green velvet petals. They each carried a long stemmed red carnation. cake, surrounded by red poin settias and topped with a miniature bride and groom, was served by Mrs. Bill Sanders. Miss Jerry Wyatt of Piggott, Ark., served punch. Reception assistants were Miss Gwen Duncan, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Ruth Wilson, Mrs. Dorothy Perkins and Mrs. Eileen Krutz. Rice bags were distributed by Kimberly Krutz. cousin of the bride, and Cheryl Hays, niece of the bride. For traveling, the bride chose a light gray, wool sheath dress with black patent accessories and pinned the orchid from her bridal bouquet at her shoulder. After a wedding trip to Peer- 3, 111., and Phoenix, Ariz., the couple will be at home in B5y- theville. Mr. Currey is stationed at BIytheville Air Force Base and Mrs. Currey will resume her studies at Arkansas State University. Jits of News! § i mothy fttrionat j iniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii 111 '! 111 * 111111111111111111 ' 1111111 ! 11111 ' Wayne Lambert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert, unde> went surgery Friday at th« Methodist Hospital in Memphis. He Is under intensive care and is not allowed visitors, Mrs. Audrie Iglehart is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. She is in Room B-6. Hairdressers Meet Tonight BIytheville Hairdressers will present and exclusive presentation of professional hair coloring and make-up by Ronnie Elliott representing Clairol. The meeting is tonight at 7:30 at Betty's Beauty Shop, 909 N. 10th. Hosts will be Blyttieville Affiliate, Number 19. Cub, Boy. SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 478, sponsored Coming Events Monday Tops Club Rebekab Lodge 18 Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 279, Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Sac-ettes E. H. Club. BIytheville Hairdressers BIytheville Little Theatre YMCA 7:30 p.m. Lake Street W.S.C.S. American Legion Auxiliary, 8 p.m. Little Hut Altrusa Club of BIytheville 7 p.m. Dell Baptist W.M.U. C.W.F. Circles of the First Christian Church Tuesday Yarbro E. H. Club BIytheville High School P.T.A Officers Wives Club Burdette P.T.A. 7:30 p.m. Armorei-ettes E. H. Club B & P W Club Contact Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Dell Kiwanis Club Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Dell P.T.A. 3 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. 3 p.m. Dogwood E. H. Club Nazarene World Mission Society 7:30 p.m. at the church ! by the American Legion Auxil- Armorel W.M.U. 7:30 p.m. at John Neeley served Mr. Cur-' iar y, w jii. have their regular ItJie church rey as best man. If Hemlines Go Down Prices Will Go Up daughter, Nancy are visiting in Chicago. rtemember Pay Your Paper Boy By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor NEW YORK (AP) - If skirts go down, prices will go up, and if waistlines go in, then hips may spread out. That is the way things looked Thursday at the spring style previews for the fashion press conducted by the New York Couture Group. As a model in a $325 cotton coat and dress strode the runway, manufacturer Vincent Monte-Sano said that new union contracts and higher fabric costs had already driven the cost of women's apparel up by 20 per cent. By spring, he said, the high cost of being chic may soar to nearly a third more than it was last year. And that is in Ihe age of the miniskirt, which does not take much footage to cover the requirements. "God help us if hemlines go down," Monte-Sano said, speaking only from the point of view of prices. "Adding a half yard or a yard to those bulky miniskirts will really add to their cost." To men who pay the clothing bills at any rate, that seemed to be a practical reason for keeping the legwatching game going If women's waistlines grew on lie meeting were Mr. and Mrs. j John Krutz, uncle of the bride Carl Lufcy, Mr. and Mrs. Corky Mfington, Mr. and Mrs. Odell' Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest! Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morse; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rhoden- Daugh and Mr. and Mrs. Weston Scrape. • Outgoing officers were hosts. The next dance will be Saturday night, Jan. 13. Nursery Has New Address The Calvary Baptist Church Day Nursery has been moved from 1C09 West Chickasawba to 1204 Hotly. The move is temporary. Classes will resume on Chickasawba when the new church building is completed. new telephone number for the nursery is PO 3-1660. Tegethoff is - "COSTUMING" is • favorite fMhfcw forKel* ATtteB, Junior pettte spectalto*. Iltal. trating »be appeal of that approach, Ihe sham jumper (left) of bonded tSi reit» with coat-dre,, authority over «t own striped, toot baata't IM. the average by two inches with| out the constriction of belts,— as it was reported Wednesday that equipment seemed due for ex- DURING WINTER MONTHS. Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Wees 1 to 4 p.m. 7So - Children 35c. Mon. thrn Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90e & 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. 90c & 3Sc. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •MON. . «WED. MONDAY AND TUESDAY (NC) THIS MOTION PICTURE IS DEDICATED TO LlfE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPENINGS! meeting Tuesday night, Jan. 9, at the American Legion Hut. All Cub Scouts, parents and committee members have been urged to be present for the ceremony and presentation of the charter. On-the-Town The tortoise twist of a mock turtle chain belt adds spark to any casual curvy • seam dress. was groomsman. Bill Hays, brother-in-law of he bride, and Bill Sanders were ushers. Mrs. Duncan, mother of the >ride, wore a blue ensemble vith red accessories and a corsage of white sweetheart roses. Mrs. L. E. Eubanks, grandmother of the bride, was presented a white carnation corsage. A reception was held immed- ately following the ceremony n the fellowship hall of the church. The bride's chosen colors of red and green were used throughout t h e entertaining 'ooms. The bride's table was center-1 buttons are secured, snaps and ed with an arrangement of red i zippers closed before launder- candles and poinsettias. | ing. Town and Country E. H. Club Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Thursday Thursday Club Golden Age Club BIytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Junior members Dud Cason Unit 7 p.m. in Little Hut Lutheran Women's Guild 1 p.m. Family Service Coffee, Kings- This type of dress is just the Iey H all 1:30 p.m. scene in lovely sheer wool. Se-1 club 28. BIytheville Country lect yours in go-everywhere viv-! club id colors or. this season's favor-' Be, black. Zip That Zipper Wash - and - wear clothing dries in better shape if all the Friday Friday Bridge Club Avoids Volts' Jolts To eliminate the possibility of shock from a damp concrete floor, place a rubber mat in front of the fuse box in your basement. GET ACQUAINTED WITH NEW MANAGEMENT One Hour Martinizing Laundry & Dry Cleaning PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! 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