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September 19, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Page Four - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, September 19,19M Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor BRIDE-ELECT —Miss Sandra. Lynne Patrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas May Patrick of Blythevile, : will become the bride of John Bell Fisher of Olive Branch, Miss., in an 8 p.m. ceremony here. Phone PO 8-4461 Bits of Newsj mottty personal \ Air Force Family Scene By Mri. Jein WilUtmi British Wives Club met Sept. 6 at the Service Club. The two guests present were Mrs. Carol Wlllard and Mr*. Eva Pettitt. ...... Games were played and prizes Miss Sharon Loveless, daugh- were won by Mrs Irene Robin- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Love-' son and Mrs. Shirley Keck. less of Dell, has pledged Phi| A farewellglft was presented Mu sorority at Memphis S ta e to Mrs. Stella Counts who will be leaving soon with her husband for England. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Shirley Hooper and Mrs. Margaret Faulkenburg. The next meeting will be Sept. 20 in the evening. Miss Patrick Is Engaged John Bell Fisher To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas May 'Patrick announce the engage- .'rhent of their daughter,' Sandra Lynne, to John Bell Fisher, son -oi Mr. and Mrs. William Jacob IF-isiier of Olive Branch, Miss. PTA Reports ; -the"Executive Board of Bly- rtheville Junior High School •p.T.A. will-meet tomorrow at -2:30 p.m. in. 1 room 308 at the un- "ior High School. The-regular'P.T.A! meeting 'iwill be at 3 p.m. in the study "Ball. [Coming Eienb -* Tuesday " : Blytheville Junior High Schboi '•P.T.A. executive board will meet at 2:30 in room 308. The at 3 : regular meeting will be p.m. in the study hall. : Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma "Phi meets with Mrs. Roy Kirk- ; sey at 7:30. ; New Liberty Baptist WMS i meets. ; Airmen's Wives Club meets at :the Service Club at 7:30 p.m. Rainbow Girls meet at Masonic Temple at 7 p.m. ; Lone Oak Extension Home' makers Club Blytheville Hairdressers Unit 'meets at Shamrock Lanes. African Violet Club meets at .2 p.m. Wednesday Great Books Club will meet ' at 9:30 a.m. at the home of : Mrs. Elton Kirby at 606 Chickasawba. .:•'.-. Central Grade. Schboi P.T.A. .meets at 3 pm-.. ..-••• ' Fairview Grade School PTA. meets at 3 p.m 97th ARS-Wives. Club meets Great Books Club meets at MIRR THEATRE Your friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Patrick was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a member of the Future Homemakers of America and Future Teachers of America clubs. She attended Arkansas State College where she was a dormitory counselor and a member of the National Art Eduction Association. She is now employed at Union Planters Bank in Memphis. Mr. Fisher was graduated from Olive Branch High School He is now a Spec. 4 stationed with the U. S. .Army in Fort Carson, Colo. Miss Patrick is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Oliee of Hayti and Mrs. Louis Edward Patrick- of Memphis and the late Mr. Patrick. Mr. Fisher is tjie grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. Aoscoe Homer Goodell and the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bell Fisher all of Memphis. The couple will be married Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. in the First Christian Church of Blytheville. University. Mr! and Mrs. N. .S. .Rossie will leave today for Memphis where Mr. Rossie will enter Baptist Hospital and. undergo surgery tomorrow morning. Miss Patty Sue Harris, daugh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris, has returned, to Memphis. State where she is a junior and is majoring in biology. She | has spent the past two sum- .mere working for A m e r i c a n Greetings in Osceola.. Tommy Hale, son of :Mr. and Mrs: Jack Hale, has pledged Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Missis sippi State University where he is a freshman. He spent the weekend with his parents and his grandfather, Col. Ivy Crawford, who is a patient in Millington Naval Hospital in Millington, Tenn. Mrs. John R. McDonald from San Antonio, Tex., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack Hale. She came especially to be with her father, Col. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Macre and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henry of Manila, attended the Chickasaw's football game Friday evening in Little Rock and also he Arkansas Razorback game Saturday night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harned of Little Rock. 9:30 am. Thursday Town and Country Homema. kers Extension Club meets. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club meets. Women of Blytheville A i r Force Base Chapel meets at the chapel annex Friday Cotton Boll Small Car Club meets at 8 p.m. at Central Motors Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Shamrock Lanes to attend. Among other fans attending j at 7:30 p.m. in the Service Club. he Chicks' game were Mr. and ] All squadron wives are urged ilrs. S. E. Tune, Mr. and Mrs. I.'A. Porter, Mrs.: James C. Guard, Dr. and Mrs. David Miles, Mrs. Wallace Smith, Mr. and.Mrs. E. ,B. Gee Jr., Mr. and Mrs. P. D: Foster Jr.,Mrr and Mrs. Sam Macre, Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Keefe and Judge and Mrs. A. A. Banks. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black were in Memphis Saturday to attend the Ole Miss-Memphis State football game. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porter attended the Arkansas State-Tennessee Tech game in Jonesboro Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gee an- ULTRA-MYSTERY! ULTRA-MAD! ULTRA- MOD! Rainy days during the surn. mer are fine times to bake quick loaves — the kind that are made with fruit and nuts. Store the quick loaves in your freezer and they'll he ready to make into sandwiches (with cream cheese filling) for those picnics. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA MON. & TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE Both In Color "KING KONG VS. GODZILLA" PLUS 65 MS Wives Club met recently at the Service Club with eight members present. Welcomed as a'guest was Mrs. Richard Wood. Mrs. Jessie Bordelon was the winner of the door prize. Charles McFall, of • McFall's Florist, gave a demonstration-on flower arranging to the ladies. The arrangement he made was given -s the door prize. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Ridge Miller and Mrs. Sue Thomas. The Oct. 14 meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Voyne Luzad er. The Ladies Pinochle Club met Sept. 8 in the home of Mrs. Betty Davis. Mrs..Davis.served an assortment of party foods. Prizes were given to the high and low winners. High was Mrs Joyce Pollard and low was Mrs. Bessie Jo Sammuels. 97 FMS Wives Club will have their monthly meeting Sept. 25 Airmen's Wives Club wishes to announce they will have a newcomers-tea Sept. 21 at 1 p.m. iff fiie Service Club. All wives of airmen are asked to try to attend. A free nursery is provided/For information call Mrs. Pat Thewes LE 2-215. A farewell party was given for Mrs. Lavern Smith Sept. nounce the birth of a son, born yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital. They are also the parents of a daughter, Lisa. DOOMED BY THE INHUMAN FIEND! ^ PETER WISHING. mt* imm WWIIK HUNT • YVONNE M8NLAUH MID-WEEK SPECIALS Tue.-Wcd.-Thurs., Sept. 20-21-22 PANTS SKIRTS SWEATERS 3 FOR SUITS DRESSES TOPCOATS 2 FOR $150 1 Men's or Women's SHIRTS Beautifully Laundered Folded or on Hangers 6 for *1.00 NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR • INSURANCE • TAX • FOLDED OR ON HANGERS • 1 DAY OR 3 HR. SERVICE Specials Good Ar Both Stores * 117 West Main ir Plaza Shopping Center Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent 607 N. 6th Nejrt Door to Dixie Pig Phon.POJ.3361 in the home of Mrs. Billie Counterman. Co • hostesses was Mrs.- Vera Wittenbrink and Mrs. Kay Williams.: • .-.'.. ..-....•.•.'• .Assorted chips and dips were served and also cake and coffee. .Those attending were, Mvs. Mary Creasy, Mrs.. Jane Byerly, Mrs. Virginia Moore; Mrs, Ruby Perry, Mrs. Janey Beal, Mrs. Sue Rastatter and Mrs. Alene Murr. . . : Mrs. Smith was.given a robe from the ladies. . .TheSACettes Extension. Homemakers met. Sept, 12 in the home of Mrs. Evelyn' Melton.' There were nine members present. ' Welcomed as guests were Mrs. Connie Leetsch,.Mrs. Fran Wjl- le.fpfd, and Mrs: .Joyce. Powell. "SeV.eral at. the" women :Vyill be hostesses at. thVWomehs' Ei- hibit at the fair on Thursday, Sept. 22. . ' ... .... A Christmas workshop is planned for October. The .October meeting will be held in'the home of Mrs. Jessie Bordelon and a demonstration on cake decorating will be given by Mrs. Janet Hill. Leaders reports were given, by Mrs...Ann Davis, Mrs.. Evelyn Milton tod Mn, Janet Hill. MM. Joe Goodipwd hu Uktn over u Mcretary • treasurer to fill the vacancy left by Mri. Nell Bartlett. Winner of the door prize wai Mri. Connie Leetsch. NCO Wives met Sept. 13 at the NCO Club with 15 members present for games day, Welcomed as new member was Mrs, Marie Rlckett. Also welcomed as a guest was Mrs. Angle Cuerington. Mrs. Ruth Jones was winner of the door prize and the friendship prize went to Mrs. Beadie Creech. 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