Kythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, August JT, MM- Ftp Him News — Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor 'Pfeow.PO 8-44«l WED—Linda Elizabeth Wilcox became the bride of William H. Ward in a ceremony at 'Pleasant Grove. MRS. GERALD McDANIEL LE 2-5232 The following births are announced at the BAFB Hospital. Aug. 12 - Daughter to A1C and Mrs. Leslie; Aug. 14 - Son to SSgt. and Mrs. Crawford; Aug. 14 - Son to A1C and Mrs. Melee; Aug. 15 - Daughter to A1C and Mrs. Loera; Aug. 18- Daughter to SSgt. and Mrs. Curtis. NCO Wives Club met August 16 at the NCO Club with 13 members and guests present. Welcomed as a new member was Mrs. Mary Dyer. Also welcomed was the guest Mrs. Didie Brower. The women spent the afternoon playing bingo. Winner of the door prize was Linda Elizabeth Wilcox Is Bride of William H. Ward Miss Linda Elizabeth Wilcox, daughter ef Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilcox of Pleasant Grove, Ark., became the bride of William Henry Ward on July 30. The groom is the son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward of Blythe- vilie. ! The double - ring ceremony took place in the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church with Mr. Ward, father of the groom, officiating. Karen Rorie served cake and punch. Miss Virginia Hastings kept the bride's book. Out-of-town guests were from California, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Michigan, and various towns in Arkansas. The tToom is a student at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway. The couple will live in Little Rock where the bride will leach A program of music was pre-jm the Rose City Elementary r. ° ... — - — School of the North Little Rock School System. sented by Miss Billie Sue Ray, pianist, and Miss Dora Sturkie. soloist. The bride's only attendant was Miss Sue Lawson, and the groom was attended by Steve Wood. The maid of honor wore a street length dress of pale blue with a short veil attached to a small circle headpiece. Given In marriage by her father the bride wore a floor- length gown of peau de sole covered by organza with lace trim on the bodice and skirt. A short chapel train was attached at the waist. She carried a Bible topped by an arrangement of carnations with a large white orchid in the center. Dale Lewelling, nephew of the groom, was the candielighter. The ushers were Larry Wilcox and Danny Wilcox, brothers of the bride. . A reception was held following the ceremony on the lawn of Mrs. William F. Daum, maternal grandmother of the bride. Miss Linda Davis and Mrs. Golden Age Club Meets Golden Age Club members met Thursday night at Parkview Manor Nursing Home. Following opening prayer and group songs, Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. Molly Kinningham presented a duet. The nine members PTA Reports discussed the cake sale which is now in progress. Executive board of Blytheville High School P.T.A. met this week in the home of Mrs. J. C. Guard, president. Mrs. Guard presided and introduced her officers and committee chairmen for the 1966-67 school year: Mrs. Elbert Johnson, vice president; Mrs. Jack Robinson, secretary and Mrs. Riley B. Jones, treasurer; Mrs. Blan S. Heath, budget and finance; Mrs. R. C. Farr, Congress publications; Mrs. Harry A. Haines, hospitality; Mrs. Wallace Hoke, pledge; Mrs. R. A. Porter, membership; Mrs. Orvilie Hamilton, eharacter and spiritual education; Mrs. John L. Brothers, rural service; Mrs. Sam Black, civil defense; Mrs. Russell Mosley, health; Coach B. W. McParland, safety; Dr. W. T. Rainwater, mental j health; Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, juvenile protection; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, cultural arts; Mrs. Johnnie White, magazine; Mrs. Dale S. Briggs, program; Mrs. Sam Macre, publicity, Mrs. Leonard Oldham, parent- family life; Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, j legislation; present] Mrs. Elbert Johnson, library Air Family Force Scene chairman; Mrs. C- L. McWaters citizenship; Mrs. Wallace Smith, exceptional child; Mrs. Elbert Johnson and Mrs. George Fisher, city council representatives, and Mrs. Dale S. Briggs, audio • visual. Mrs. Richard Burrow will serve as iiomeroom chairman and Mrs. J. H. Burks will be sophomore chairman in charge of the tea for senior mothers in April. Mrs. Randall Hawks will be junior chairman in charge of refreshments for Fathers' Night and Mrs. Frank Grigsby will be senior chairman in charge of refreshments for the September meeting honoring teachers. Special committees will be headed by Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, junior - senior entertainment; Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. Blan Heath, graduating activities; D. B. Meador, principal of Blytheville High School; Mrs. J. H. Burks, past president of Blytheville High School P.T.A. Minutes of tils previous, meeting were read by Mrs. Jack Robinson, secretary. Mrs. Guard announced that Mrs. J. H. Burks received a superior rating in Achievement Report in P.T.A. The first meeting of High School P.T.A. will be held Sept. 13 at 3 o'clock in the study center. Mrs. Ruth Jonei. NCO Wives will be having • swlmlng party Wednesday evening, Aug. 24, at the Base pool T]ie Queen Bee Wednesday night bowling league met Aug. 18 in the home of Mrs. Marcell* Snow. Coffee and donuts were served The following teams were presented trophies: First place — Jet Sets; Second place — Goof Balls; Third place — No Lucks. The following women received trophies: Mrs. Jean May-high series handicap • 595; high game handicap - 235, high game scratch- 221, Mrs. Jill Elston high series scratch 555 high average- 157, Mrs. Mike Vates high series handicap-580, high game handicap-229. She also received a WIBC pin); Mrs. Joyce Franklin - high game handicap - 214; Most Improved - 16 Pins, Also given were some booby" prizes. Most gutter balls- Mrs. Barbara Upton; Most splits - Mrs. Louise Hayes; Jayne Mansfield award - "Most Curves" - Mrs. Marcella Snow; Last place team - The. Go-Go Girls; My only 300 ever bowled - Mrs. Greta Witl who bowled a 300 series. home last week were Mrs. Williams' father, Charles Donne! ly, of Memphis and her brother, Jack Donnelly, who is being transferred to Thailand. Sgt. and Mrs. Bob Counterman are vacationing in Henryetta, Okla., with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Counterman. Sgt. and Mrs. James Martin had as weekend guests Mrs. Martin's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hatcher and children from Lincoln. Neb. The Hatchers will return next week to spend a few more days before returning to Lincoln. Sgt. and Mrs. Virgil Crenshaw bad as weekend guests Mrs. Crenshaw's brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Harirson, from Oakland, Calif. Also visiting were Mrs. Crenshaw's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Havard, from Hopkinsville, Ky. Mr. Havard is assigned to the army base at Ft. Campbell. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Miller and family have returned from a week's vacation in St. Petersburg, Fla. Before they made the trip to Florida they spent three days camping near Hot Springs with some friends from Tucson, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen. The Aliens then returned home with the Millers to spend a few more days visiting. Sgt. and Mrs. Wittenbrink and family returned last week from Chester; 111; where they visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neihouse and Mr. and Mrs Henry Wittenbrink, and other relatives Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Williams had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hudson and chfl- dren Michael and Steve of Memphis. Also visiting in the Williams FBJV1LEGE8 4DTRKS1ZE1) 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL BlTthevUlt Contln Ntm BLTTHEVILLE AJIK •Ji • ran Barrj W dames. PublUhu 3rd u Walant Stl BIJtheYlU. irk. Published dally except aundsj Second class oa"taK«- Pro tt Bly. ttUTUle Ark HOME PELIYB11Y BATES IB Blythefille and '.own* IB tbt alythevllls trade territory Dally 35o per wee» BY MAIL PAYABLE 17- A0VAMI* • Within SO miles at Blythe«U« $8.00 per year fore thin 50 mllee rrnm Blrthenlli 118.00 per year service; Mrs. George Fisher. Founder's Day; Miss Effie Lee The meeting closed with the | Terrell, school education; Mrs. group's theme song. Freeman Robinson, historian; Mrs. Kinningham and Mrs. Cleo Robertson will be co-iiost- esses for the Sept. 6 meeting at the Kinningham home. Mrs. 0. E. Quellmalz, parliamentarian; Mrs. Ben Harpole, recreation, with Mrs. Jim H. Smart, co - A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER I By Mn. Bnddy Howard When a traditional holiday is calendared over a weekend, we witness a strange, sort of piggy back tradition take place. The piggy back tradition that rides in and out with the week end is a national disgrace. It dooms many families to heartbreak and sorrow. The disgrace is all the more shameful because all of us are familiar with the trladic law of the cause, means and effect of the disgraceful tradition. Most shameful of all, it is an explainable disgrace that has an irrational, unexplainable acceptance. Too many of ua seem to think this disgrace "can't happen to me." It Is always the other family, thi other fellow that causes it or Is affected by it; it can't be me or my family. This attitude is also unexplainable. It CAN happen to you. You CAN be the cause. You CAN be the means. You, instead of the other fellow, CAN suffer from the effect. We as Individuals must face these facts if we are ever going to stop the holiday week end blood bath* amid twisted steel on our highways. For your own take, for Ow take of your family — yes, maybe even for my Mk* U I may selfishly w «o, f to* th«w facti In the holiday weekend coming up toon ... MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. SHOP .. BIG FOR ALL YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON TIL 6 P.M. TWO LOCATIONS • Air Base Highway • Franklin & Cherry Back-To-School Sunday School RALLY Sunday, 9:45 a.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 7th and Ash Sts. Rev. Marvin Haley Pastor Free Gifts to Each School Age Child 9:30 a.m. "THE BREAD OF LIFE" Broadcast on KLCN 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship "The Text From Which Ministers Fear To Reach" 6:30 p.m. — Young People's Service 7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship "Don't Takt Your Wife'i Advice" Church Fully Air Conditioned The BAFB Garden Club will meet Sept. 1 at Kingsley Hall. The workshop for the afternoon will be the making of Christmas candles. From now until Christmas the club will be making various Christmas decorations. Anyone wishing to assist should contact any club member or may call Mrs. McDaniel at LE 2-5232. Free nursery is provided at the Base Nursery. Hostesses for the Sept. 1 meeting will be Mrs. Laverne Mar- Coming Etento Monday Rebekah Lodge 18 meets at IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. Dell Baptist W.M.U. meets. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 meets at 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. W.M.S of First Baptist Church having luncheon at church, 1 p.m. W.M.U of First Baptist Church having business and royal service program at church 2 p.m Beginner Sunbeams of First Baptist Church meeting in Elementary Building, 2 p.m | Night Circles of First Baptist [ W.M.S. meeting in'Fellowship Hall for covered dish supper, business and royal service program, 7 p.m Associational Y.W.A. of First Baptist Church meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. . Wise mother! will pick first aid equipment when Uklng the youngsters on an outing. An aerostl container of a soothing antiseptic helps treat minor cuts and scrapes. tin, Mrs. Melba McDaniel and Mrs. Marcie Snow. HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE C**. 1420 OnloD Arc °Cone Call (01 Free Consultation. insurance for "Estate Planning Key Man, 'artnershlp *n corporation oroup. Pension. Retin. n.ftm ind Bnspitallzatton THE MENU Sunday, Aug. 28 APP1-TEASER SALAD COFFEE OR TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES : (CHOOSE FROM 12) i DESSERT $1.75 Blythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant Business Man's Luncheon Men. through Sat. Large Choice ... 950 Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But H Is passible 4* the Drummer Boy because of an unusual method 01 system in food handling and preparation - made possible because of a fabulous array of carefully (elected cooking equipment which was custom designed to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pre cook any entrees - every order is freshly prepared to your special order. You can see and taste the difference. Beef - Pork - Fowl - Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 FREE CAR Loaded With Groceries, Register Free At Kroger or Bob Sullivans Chevrolet Drawing Sept. 3, 8p.m. Round Steak Ho other ... i-J "esh can be so naturally tender. Guaranteed tender JO times out of 10 U.S. Choice U.S. Choice- Tenderay Tenderay Boston Roll Chuck Steak Spotlight lb.49c Kroger-Grade "A" Cut-up Tra-y.Pak Fryers Ib. 33f Instant Coffee 6-oi. jar 59 C Giant Sixe Cheer or Fab lOc off label, box 65' Kroger Fruit Mix-or-Match Bread I-Ib. 4-oz. Buttermilk or White Bread; 8-ct. Sandwich Buns or Wiener Rolls; or f* Donuti Del Monte 15-oz., VO-5 ^^ ^^ Buns or Wiener Rolls; 4 1 IL 1 *_ «• w» /" Donuts, doz. '•' k «™'89 c 5-1.00 7-qf, 14- ox. cans Reg. $1.75 Size Fruit Drinks Creme Rinse 69* „ 690 5 >« 49fi 10 ±690 4 Ibs. Eextra Large HONEYDEWS Golden Sweet FRESH CORK New Idaho POTATOES New Red Delicious APPLES Washed Red ^ POTATOES 20,, «9(!
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