lFt«e'Two'- Blythevlllt (Ark.) Courier Newi - Mondiy, Augmt », ltt» Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-446 ' Mrs. Hugh Gordon Caffey Jr. Miss Eugenia Kay Mapes Weds Gordon Caffey Jr. 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Lucky Clover 4-H Club mem bers held a three - day recre tional camp at Blanchai Springs, Ark., last week. Attending were Mary Bank Brenda Brothers, Barry an Wayne Bunch, Pat Burks, Na cy Burks, Beverly Elder, Del bie Goff, am McHaffey, Dai ny Joe McHaffey and Reth Weathers. •4-H Club leaders attending th camp were Mr. and Mrs, J. 1 Buries, Mrs. J. L. Brothers, Mr Robert McHaffey and Mrs. E Bunch. While at Blanchard Spring ;he group enjoyed a weiner an marshmallow roast, . swimming liking and other -games. A craft workshop was con ducted by Pat Burks. The next regular meeting the club will be held Sept. 19 a 3ogwood Clubhouse. Pulaski Heights Methodist Qfijrch in Little Rock, was the 'lasfnight; for the wed- Wng 'of •i^ssLE'trg.eiiia Kay Mapes of Little-Rock and Hugh Gordon Caffey Jr., of Dallas, Rorex, both of Little hock, Miss TS??., and BlytJieviHe. Parents of the couple are Mr. alia-Mrs. Evert Eugene Mapes of Little Rock and Mn and Mrs. ; Hugh Gordon Caffey Sr. of Blytheville. The Rev. James B. Argue, pastor of the church, assisted by Rev. Jack Singleton of Hammond, La., officiated. H. :Murlin Kelsay, organist, and Mrs. Neil Hart Jr., both of Little Rock, presented a pw gram of nuptial music. The • altar of the church was decorated with a cross of white stock in a forest of woodwardia ferns and candle trees. Mrs. Earl Doyle Phillips of Little Rock was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were' Miss Marya Kenner and Miss Judy BOTTOMS BY BILL FOSTER An efficiency expect i: one who -is smart enougrl to tell you : hqw.. to '. run your .business and too smart' to start one of his own. * , * * Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. * • *" * Sign at a rack track: Keep off the grass—it may be your supper. '* * * Some people have read so much about the harmful effects'of smoking, that they have decided to give up reading. • * * * fiis letter brought tears ;o her eyes—it was written on. onionskin. • +': * '* ' No tears when you deal •U Fosters Liquor Store 'or liquors you'll be proud to serve. AT LIQUOR STORE LA/.,\ SHOI'HNO CENTER IMl.mr PO i-mi Clcnlj Free Parking Convenient Hear Knlranct On Slh st Tin Onlj Complete Uqunr Slnrfi In Town' Gloria Meridith of Phoenix Ariz., and Miss Peggy. Berg ol Midland, Tex. ~.: : Tlie bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white English net de signed with a bateau necklini and short sleeves edged with Alencon lace. An A-line skirt sprinkled with lace appliques fell from g crescent waist, and a square detachable train with the same trim, swept to chapel length. Her short veil was attached to a crown of Alencon lace, medallions. The bridal bouquet, was. of sweetheart roses and lilies of the valley. • ; Maxwell Simms Maddox of Dallas, was best man. .. : ._' Groomsmen .were Robert. Alt len McCaskill and William R dolpil Pillar, both of Dallas, George Alfred Hale III of Burdette, and John Richard Stick- mon.of Blytheville. Ushers were Michael Kent of Chicago, Jeffery Yale Smith of Dallas and Michael Edward Utley of Blytheville.; . ' . Mr. and. Mrs. Mapes entertained at a reception at t h e church following the ceremony. The .serving table, covered with an imported cutwork cloth, was decorated with candelabra enhyined with stephanotis and held the pink wedding cake. An Irish cutwork cloth cov- *•••••••«••••••••••••• E.H.C. MEETING NOTES ••••••••••••»••••••••* Dogwood Extension Homemai fs Club'held its'annual chick en barbecue Friday night a Dogwood Clubhouse. Approximately 60 persons at tended. A devotional was given by Robert McHaffey. Mrs. Harry Lutes, club presl dent, was in charge of the af fair,'assisted by Mrs. Cly.de O'Neal and Mrs. Robert Scott ered file guest book table which was decorated with a -candle en twined with stephanotis. Miss Elizabeth Seamqn o Jackson, Tenn,, presided at th'e bride's book, and,Miss.Kimber ly Pratt, Miss Jean White, Miss Janice White and Miss Lee Sea man of Jackson distributed tiny rice bags. Reception assistants were Miss Sandra Snow of Memphis Miss Penny Patterson'of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Miss Jennifer Tyle of Tucson, Ariz., Miss Judy Steyens of Van Buren and Mrs. Charles Williams of Little Rock. : When the couple left for their wedding trip the bride was wearing a suit, pf heaven blue with harmonizing accessories Following the honeymoon they will be at home at 3417 Asbury Street in Dallas. Out-of-town guests included Hr, and Mrs. Caffey Sr., of Slyytheville, parents of the bride groom; Mr. and Mrs. George Alfred Hall III of Burdette; Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Stick- mon, Michael .Edward Utley, . and Mrs. Jimmie Sanders, Vliss Judy Ramey, Miss Molly uard and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, all of Blytyiieville. Also attending were guests rom Tennessee, Arizona, Illi- ois, Louisiana, Florida; Texas .rkansas and Michigan. Social and Personal Notes Mrs. Lilly Brown ef Flat River, Mo., was the weekend guest of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 01- sen «f Lone Oak. Dr. and Mrs William Morse and family of Memphis were weekend guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Byron Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Murraj Smart and two sons left yesterday for Fayetleville where Mr. Smart will be on the faculty at the University of Arkansas; Mrs. C. W. Afflick left yesterday to spend this week in .Tyron, N. .C. Visiting relatives Doug Summerville, F. B. Elliott and Chuck Banks are in French Lick, Ind. where they are attending the National Convention of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Mr. Elliott will serve as vice president, .Mr. Summerville as treasurer and Mr. Banks as social chairman for their chapter at the University of Arkansas during the coming school year. Mrs. Helen Mahan is recuperating at her home after having been seriously ill for the aast week with influenza. Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs. Sirdie Hughes were in Parma, Mo, yesterday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Leigh and their week-old daughter, Tracee Candace. Mrs. Leigh is the former Miss Janet Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young of Drew, rfiss, formerly of Blytheville. Tracee is. Mrs Young's first great grandchild. In Morriltbn yesterday to at- end funeral services for Mrs Debbie Loyd of Morrilton. mother of Mrs. C. 0. McHaffey ot Blytheville, were Mr, and Mrs. J; T. Hipp; Mrs. G. T, Gracey; Mr. and Mrs. I. M. McHaffey; Patsy Haynes, Dev/ayne McHaffey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert rtcHaffey, Pam McHaffey, Dany Joe McHaffey. John H Me- noon by 'the death of Mn. Berry's and Mrs. Pearson's brother, Max Isaacs, of Little Rock, formerly of Manila. Bridge Winners Are Named Members of Blythevillt Duplicate Bridge League pl»yed twice last week at Shamrock Lanes, Winners Friday night were Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. King Tetley in first place; Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Jesse M. White, second; and Harry W. Haihes and Mrs. Foy Etchieson third. Winners of the Saturday afternoon games were Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. 0. W. McCut- cheii in first place; Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. Ed Dicks in second place, Mrs. Charles Langstbn and Mrs. W. A. Afflick third; and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Bernard Gooch fourth: ' the League will play a master point game Thursday night. The Saturday afternoon game has been cancelled due to the bridge tourr in Memphis. Saturday's masterpoint wil be played Saturday afternoon Sept. 10. QUALITY KNITS white dresi (l«ft: tared with a dou »»..« jreen with light blue (right) hii a woven des »n that P» t ««"» jreen wiw utnt Blue irigm) nil a woven nui^n •"",'••, .1,',:'j,„„•,.,„.*„. n.mnn •ver a pleated iklrt. Thwe we from « eoUtctlou nude in IWjr by FraneeK* tor Dwnoa. Coming Straw Hats Add Gaiety Flip your lid in a lively hat cut for sun wear. This summer, straw hats sprout umbrellas, 'lowers, sea urchins and just about any gay object you can find. Aside from adding gaiety to your beach costume, they serve the practical purpose of protecting your hair and eyes from the strong rays of the sun. Haffey and John Rex McHaffey. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry md her sister, Mrs. Myrtle "earson of Manila were callefl o Little Rock yesterday after- Put a Ribbon In Hair Join the revolution. George wouldn't mind a Old bit If today's 'girls copy his peruke wig style by tying her tresses at the nape of the neck with a colorful ribbon. Tuesday Executive Board of Sudbury P.T.A. meets at home of Mrs. James Martin. Women Golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for luncheon at 12 o'clock. Officers Wives Club having All Day Games Day at club. IOOF Lodge meets at hall, 8 p.m. Wednesday ; , ; . Kiwanis Club meets at Goff Hotel, 12 noon : Thursday Town and Country Extensa Club meets with Mrs.' T. Richardson. •'• Duplicate Bridge L e a g u meets at Shamrock Lanes Saturday Duplicate Bridge L e a g u meets at Shamrock Lane 1:15 pm. HIGHLIGHT AND ENHANCE the eyes with iridescent radiance. To create a delicate, changing quality that picks up and reflects the color of the eyes and the glow of the skin use iridescent beige or misty white eye shadow creme color. It Imparts a veil of color with a finish that is lustrous. PRIVILEGES lOTmiRIZCD .*• SECOND CLASS MAIL BIJtheville CmiritI Newi BLYTHEVILLE MIS. , 'At • iftilb ' Birr? IV nalnes PubillUM 3rd tt Walnut Stl BljthevIUe Ark. PuBllsfied dull.? elcept Sunns Second claw pnxtigt pud at El; htTtlle Ark. BOME DH.IVBRT RATES In Biytherllle «nd towm tn 8lythe»tllt tndi temtorj Daily .......... 35c per ' . 6V MAIL PAYABLE l» AOVANLk Within 90 mile* 11 BlylhivUl $8.00 pet year Mcr» than 50 miles .troir 118.00 per year tb HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE Ctf. 1420 Oal.)o ATB °bnnt 274-MW Uraphli 4. TtzmMM* Otl) (OT Pre* Coosuitattoa. asurancfl foi Tsttw Planning Key Man, *srtnenhlp »n Oor- poratlnn Omup Penrion B*tir«. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••«•••*• Monday & Tuesday ALVA WANTED OUT IN THE WORST WAY! M HiS-PH SISK, xwr .3 WWW FSK!» EL IAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••I Monday & Tuesday DOUBLE FEATURE PLUS ffk look in fAshioN ** K *M. iA \J cw tram-win *sw« Jo WJJ There is a book, still in circulation entitled "Were You Ever A Child?" It was written to make adults try to understand children ... which is sometimes, a baffling 1 job. Ask any parent. But this is Children's Week, so let's all try harder than ever to be children again in spirit . . . so we'll be more tolerant of these small and growing people with minds of their own. "As the twig is bent, so the tree will grow." How true. Are you doing the most for your child or children? Think about that and remember that you were a youngster once upon a time. We Salute Our Town! BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 200 N. Second St. Phone PO 3-4568 ' . Mascara Removal Hint Scrub - a- - dub - dubbing and getting nothing but dark circles under your eyes' It surely isn't from lack of sleep. When removing mascara from those fluttering lashes don't use soap and water.- Try a professional and.gentle treatment for those orbs. Apply mascara - remover on those caked lashes and you'll see the amazing results. And no dark circles after all your efforts new reversible coats. They come fennel seed to a tomato - beef sauce for spaghetti: Inspired by Italian cuisine, this combination is delightful if; you don't- overdo the fennel. - •'• • Cap'Protects Hairset After sitting under a dryer for an hour, you don't want to flirt with the chance of getting undone. The bouffant beauty cap (large enough to fit over rollers) will protect your fresh set as you sleep, Kindergarten Enroll now! Phone PO 3-8856, PO 3-7627 or Steele, 314-695-4982 SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. Last Time Today Double Feature Both In Color THAT FUNNY F££LING"-With Sandra DM 1 & Bobby Darin "THE SATAN BUG"— With George Maham & Dana Andrews 7:15 — 9:20 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE R!Sr-JOSEPHfEOS • F** GLENN FORD and 6ERALOINEPA6E IdcarftSriJ M HENW HMWl. Come by Features Come by Heart" 7:15 Both 9:20 See "Dear Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week MON. - TUB. - WED. Adult Entertainment VwaFunl Viva Boom-Boom! tmmt mum IHTEOMTISTS COMING BOON TO TH« EITZ BIG HAND FOR A LITTLE LADY~Jo»nn« Woodward, Hen?? Fonda GLASS BOTTOM BOAT—With Dorlt Dty * Rod T*y1or .THE SLENDER THREAD—With Ann*: Bancroft A FINE MADNESS—with Sun Conner? * Joinni Woodward THIS PROPERTY IS CONDEMNED—with N»UII« Wood HALLELUJAH TRAIL—with Bart UiUMter * Let Remtek Th» Coolest and Most f njoyable Spot in Town it the RITZ THEATRE.
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