The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 31, 1968
Page 4
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1 »IJM Four - BIythevilbj (Ark.) Courier News - Frldty, M»y », M» IBits of News! s F motttu personal | THE RED PEPPER CLUB at Blytheville High School Recently elected new officers who will assume their duties i8n September at the beginning of the next school year. -Those selected were (front row, left to right) Sandra Daniels, secre- tary; Linda Allensworth, historian; Vivian McAdoo, president; (second row, left to right) Barbara Mayo, parliamentarian; Linda Wahl,- treasurer; Debbie Rinehart, vice-president; and Beverly Mitchell, reporter. (Courier News Photo) Beauty Hides Under a Bushel £ By HELEN HENNESSY | NBA Women's Editor ilJEW YORK - (NBA) Nearly every urban woman lives under, one bushel of soot, aihes and dust. SjThis year what amounts to a giant airborne bushel basket Will overturn more than 34 tons cf^aerial contaminants on each square mile of the average American city. And a substan- tiaHportion of this will fall in your eyes. Tike a long look at your polluted beauty image. How long does a pair of white gloves stay clean? Has pollution you cafift see but can feel caused your, eyes to water, mascara to run'and fake eyelashes to be- conje unglued? Start your own antipollution campaign in the boudoir. Skin, eyes and hair were not built to handle these excess impurities so they need special care. Jpur skin catches airborne dirt* and skin moisturizers or natural oils hold the dirt on the'Jsurface. Touching and rubbing your skin during the day embeds dirt more deeply into the pores. Cleanse your skin thoroughly and frequently to prevent a build-up of blackheads. Cleansing creams are good. But soap helps when your face is really dirty. Use a very mild soap unless your skin is excessively oily. A; facial mask two or three times a week loosens dirt clog- First Grade Has Recent Picnic The first grade class of Armorel School held its annual picnic at Walker Park May 17. Tht 24 students returned to Armorel where they were the guests of Milton White at his home. Mrs. Tom Bottom, teacher, was assisted by Mrs. Melvin Britt, Mrs. Artie Scrivner, Mrs. James V. Smith, Mrs. Larry Button, Mrs. Eulon E. White, Mrs. Harold 0. Williamson and Mrs. James Woolums. ged in pores and removes em-.of eye lotion handy to soothe bedded dirt. Extra cleansing is | stinging eyes and flush out ir- at the drying, so add plenty of nourishing skin emollients at night. Daily foundation make - up serves as a -protective film against dirt in the air. But set your make-up job gently with a wet sponge, This holds it longer. Wash your powder puff daily since it touches your skin. Eyes suffer from soot and polluted fumes and so does your artful job of eye makeup. Sunglasses afford some protection and they also cut down squinting which can cause wrinkles. But smog and harsh fumes irritate eyes behind .the glasses. Keep a plastic squeeze bottle ritants. Natural hair oils attract ai hold dirt, so polluted air covers hair more quickly with a dull layer of film. Wash your hair often to keep it clean and shiny and to prevent growth of scalp and skin bacteria. Frequent washing dries out hah 1 , however. So use. a good hair conditioner lavishly after each washing. An occasional oil treatment also helps damaged, dried-out hair. A good antipollution campaign will make it possible for you to stop hiding your light under the bushel. Garden Club Has Luncheon Parkside Garden Club met May 21 for a luncheon meeting at the Rustic Inn. An annual affair, the lunch- eQn is the last meeting of the club until September. Mrs. Herbert Hardin was in charge of the luncheon. 'Special guests attending were Mrs. Lena Creasey, mother of Mrs. Carl Marshall of N o r t h Little Rock and Mrs. Louis Green. SHERRY PkUIETT '4 Now Associated K With Pat't Beauty Shop EYE MAKE-UP CAN BE WASHED AWAY in a flash- flood of tears produced by an errant particle of soot, an ever-present beauty problem In our polluted cities. This model protects her eye make-up by wearing sunglasses. For emergencies she Includes a handy yellow plastic squeeze bottle of eye lotion In her purse. , WEEK-END SPECIALS! Prices Good Friday, Saturday and Monday MAALOX Ic Liquid Sweeter 39 C Reg. 69e TABU OR AMBUSH Solid Cologne Reg. $2.00 1.00 ASPIRIN St. Joseph 50'j 24c COPPERTONE Suntan Lotion Reg. 1.60 Save Money On Your Next Prescription. Bring Them To: MALL DRUGS DAY SHOPPING CENTER - PH. PO 3-0411 Blytheville Duplicate ague met last night Razorback Restaurant. Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. Fohn Cherry won first, Cliff Lardinois and Bill McMath won second and Mrs. Foy Etchiespn and Mrs. Jesse White won third. The league will meet Saturday at 1:15 at the Razorback 'or master point games. Bridge League Meets Thursday Bridge Club Plans Cookout Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers Cliib will nost a hamburger cookout for members and guests Saturday night at Dogwood.Clubhouse. This will be preceded by a regular meeting at the club- louse at 8 p.m. In the event of rain, the meeting will be held and the cook- ut will be scheduled for a later date. Furniture Protection If your home does not have the proper humidity, it c a n cause the floors to separate, urniture to pull apart and pianos to lose their tone. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Warren had as their guests, her sisters and families, Dr. and Mrs. Bob McLain and daughter, Judy and Mrs. Robert Smith,, all of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Jimmie Ganno and son, Hal, and Mrs. Bob Powell and granddaughter, Sherry, all of Memphis. A family reunion was held Monday at Kentucky Lak.e. They: returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krutz and daughter Beth have returned home after visiting in Dallas and Wichita Falls, Kan. They attended the graduation exercises of their son, Charles Dana Krutz, from Southern Methodist University: where he received a/ Bachelor of Arts degree Sunday; : ' They also ' attended pre-nuptial events and the wedding of Charles Dana Krutz and '• Miss Mary Ann McDuffey Monday night at St. Michael and the Holy Angels Episcopal Church. From Dallas, they visited an other son, Gary Krutz, who is stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls., Drs'. Carl and, Edna Nies have as their 'guests, her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blackmun, and- son, Michael, who arrived yesterday from Flint, Mich; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ritchey were in Jonesboro yesterday where they attended the graduation of their son, Dick Ritch ey, from Arkansas State University. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree. In a ceremony at 2 p.m. yesterday, he was commissioned a 'second lieutenant in the Unit,ed States Army. Robert P. Ramey Jr. of Blytheville will receive his diploma during commencement exercises' .June 2 at Mississippi State -University. Mrs. Copal Jones underwent Isurgery Thursday . morning at : Chickasawba Hospital. She, is ;ih room B-20. Mrs. Ruth Halford left yesterday for San Diego, Calif.,' to accompany, her son, Terry Walker, to Blytheville, Mr. Walker has just completed basic train- i ing with the Marines. Mrs. Jerry Viles Honored With Layette Shower Thursday Mrs. Jerry Viles was honored)Holt, Mrs. with a surprise layette shower j Quarry. Thursday night at 7:30 in the! , — home of Mrs. Lynn Dobbins. | Hostesses were Mrs. Dobbins, Mrs. Orville McGuire and-Mrs. Evans Quarry. Dobbins and Mrs. GEORGE RAMEY of Blytheville graduated with -high honors at Arkansas Tech Commencement exercises. Mr. Ramey, the son of Mr. .and Mrs. J. P. Ramey, received a bachelor of science degree in accounting. • Mrs. Viles was presented a corsage. Refreshments of punch, cake, mints and nuts were served. Those attending were Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs. Bill Brewer, Mrs. John Decalongne, , Mrs.,, Raymond Dell Perfect Attendance Is Announced Students of Dell Elementary School with perfect attendance for the school years are: Rose Lea Rose, David Houston, Troy Brooks, Jeffery John Creecy, Alvin Linard Gross Jr., Gary Nelson Payne; Cleveland Junior Spears, Tresa Nimmo, Deborah Gross, Jerry Moore, Kenny Short, Roy Lee Ingram, Ronnie Hayward, James Brooks; Freddie Earnest, Jimmy Short, Joseph Spears, Archie Whitaker, Phyllis Hughes, Jo Ann Wilbanks, Kearn Williams, Marsha Lean Jones; Newton Nimmo, Tonya Moore Barbara'-.Qiiinii, Dale Humble, Arthur Short, Kennith B r e e s, Eddie Lee .Spears, Tommy Riggs, Billy Overton, Gay Lewis; . • . Betty Whitaker, Randy Nimmo, James Spears, Doris Lindley, Brenda Simpson, Margaret Whitaker, Sharon Hughes, Stanley Sims, Mitchel Haley, Olga Asal and Susie Quinn. Coming Events Saturday Blytheville Air Force Base Gliders Round Dance Club, 7:30 p.m. Kingsley Hall. Airmen's Dinner - Dance 7:45 p.m. Kingsley Hall. 2 DAYS ONLY! BEGINS MONDAY, JUNE 3RD memories are made of this... beautiful 5" x 7" baby photographs for only Capture a very precious age, and back up your baby-bragging ... beautifully! Get a completely finished photograph for only 59$. Then, if you wfsh, you may purchase the remaining poses far just 1.35 for the first, 1 .25 for the second, and $ 1 •for any additional. AGE LIMIT 5 yn. One or two children per -family will be photographed singly for 59$ each for the first picture, each additional child under 5, $1.50. 59c 1X13 Special Father's Day offer! FOR SERVICEMEN'S BABIES I THIS VISIT ONLY! While Dad's away . . . send him o photograph he'll ireasurel Hurry in for a FREE photo of any child (under 6 years of age) whose father is now in the armed service. You're under no obligation to buy additional photographs, but they art available at the some low prkei quoted above. For Fluffy Diapers Dryer tumbling after laundering fluffs diapers to comfortable softness, shakes out wrinkles and makes folding easier. If diapers are to be line-dried, a fabric softener is desirable to prevent chafing, and .increase baby's comfort. This should be used periodically during laundering. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. FRIDAY •SATURDAY DOUELE FEATURE KIRK ROBERT RICHARD HUMID' HEGHT'S PMHISMr-CHMlrMia Plus Cartoon SUN. • MON. • AND WED. TUES. I WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! 1 MBR)-GOLDWYN:MAYER P ACARLOPONTI PRODUCTION DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS PASTERNAKS DOCTOR /mv\<;o INPANAVISION'AND METROCOLOR CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M. LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "THE ANNIVERSARY" — with Bette Davis {A} "DANGER ROUTE" — with Richard Johnson & Carol lyn/ey (A-MY) SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) • SUNDAY • MONDAY (GA) ; THE MIRISCH CORPORATION-pruinu A BLAKE EDWARDS PRODUCTION COMING SOON TO THE BIXZ 8GT. RYKER — Lee Marvin . SECRET WAK OF HARRY FRIGG - Paul Newman NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY - Rod Stelger ft Lee Remlok BLAOKIBEARD'S GHOST — Dean Jones * Suianna Pleihett*

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