The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 27, 1966
Page 2
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, lire - Blythtvlll* (Ark.) Courier Ntwi - Tuesday. September V, 19M — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor ENGAGED — Miss Betty Louise Hoover of Aitch, Penn., will become the bride of Myron C. Brown in a November ceremony. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Brown of Blythe- vilie. Phone PO 3-4461 Bits of Newsl itty pttionai mo Betty Louise Hoover To Many Blytbeville Man - Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Hoover of Aitch, Perm., announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Louise, to Myron C Brown, son of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Brown, pastor of Bible Missionary Church of Blylhe- ville Miss Hoover is a graduate of Miss Clark Will Seven Seas Huntingdon Area High School and has attended Bible Missionary Institute in Rock Island, 111. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Blytheville High School and is attending Blackhawk College in iMoline, 111. He is employed by John Deere Spreader Works in Sast M'oline. A November wedding is being planned. } Miss Vicki Ciark, daughter of •Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark of El Centro, Calif., and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe •Miller of Blytheville, has been awarded a scholarship for the fall semester by the University 'of the Seven Seas, a sailing ed- .ucational ship sponsored by •Chapman College :' Miss Clark was graduated from San Diego State in August : \vith a B.A. in social science. The ship will leave New York Oct. 20 and will visit 18 ports before returning to Los Angeles in Febrary. , PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 1 SECOND CLASS MAIL BlTthevlUe Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. ABK ae - rait BUT} W Balncs, PuBUltn ted at Walnut 8U BljthertUe Ark. Published dally except Sundi? •Second class post»e« oaia «t Bly- theillle Ark SOME DEUmmT RA1ES In Blyt&ellle and townt IB tbi • Blytfcflvillo trade terrl^.:? Daily 35c net w« B? MAIL PATABL* n* ADVANCE Within M miles of BlytneTllle $8.00 per year Unre than so miles from Blythevlllt $,18.00 per sear Cub, Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 22 will meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in ;he Jaycee Building. Parents interested in their 8, ), or 10-year-old sons becoming cub scouts, are urged to attend PO 3-0463. Coming Eients Wednesday Rebekah Lodge 18 meets at 7:30 p.m. Dogwood Extension Hdrnema- ers Club. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union meets at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Clear Lake Baptist WMU. Lange PT.A meets at the school 3 p.m. Executive board at 2:30 p.m. John Arends is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. He underwent surgery Saturday and his mother, Mrs. John A. Arends, is with him. His sister and brother-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs John R. Reeves of Little Rock visited him Saturday and Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hill and daughters Beth and Linley have returned to their home in Little Rock after spending the weekend with their parents, Mrs. Louise Hill and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott, and grand mother, Mrs. Hatie L. Hunter Miss Cindy True celebrated her sixth birthday yesterday in the home of her grandparents Rev. and Mrs. Leon Patterson Drs. Carl anu Edna Nies had as their week-eno guests, Mr and Mrs. Donald Hill of Ephra ta, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Norval E. Knepper and daughter Teena Lynn and Dale Regenold spent Saturday evening in Memphis attending the Memphis Symphony Pop Concert Janie Ellis, daughter of Mi and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. is in lolumbus, Miss, where she enrolled as a freshman at M.S.C.W. Gary Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Ellis Ji, has recently been -dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital where he underwent surgery He is now convalescing at his home. Methodist WSCS Meet 'Missionary In An Uprooted Society" was the topic of the program for the m e e t i n g ol Christ Methodist W.S.C.S. last night. Mrs. Clyde Gilliand was in charge Mrs Ernest Baker opened the meeting with prayer and the scripture was given by Mrs. H C. Buck. During the business session the minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. J E. Groner. Mrs Glenn Lynch gave th< treasurer's report. Others on the program wer< Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, Mrs. C. A Lynch and Mrs. B. F. Gay. The meeting was dismissei with group prayer. your feet call for We heed the call ,.. Eighth Annual Saturday, Sept. 24 through Saturday, Oct. 1 Barefoot Freedom shoes FIT ... Barefoot Freedom shoes provid* COMFORT ... and that's why they have been worn nation-wide for more than 40 years . . . why doctors everywhere recommend them. There's no better time to test and wear a pair than this very week, while our big jubilee is on ... "America's Most Attractive Shoes for Comfort." for fwf ttmfort, for •fio« •tonomy w» r«eommt ni 3 pel" "> " llmtl $13.00 to $20.00 White's Shoe* 313 W. Main St. Telephone I'O 2-2741 USE OUR LAY-A-WAY Auxiliary Meets ItECENT BRIDE - Mrs. Gerald Thomas James was before her marriage, Miss Mary Francis Kelly of Holland. The couple are now making their home in Blytheville where both are employed. Mary Francis Kelly Weds Gerald Thomas James The American' Legion Auxiliary met at the little Hut last day night with Mrs. Nell Spaeth presiding. The meeting was opened with Mrs. Josephine Lewis leading in prayer. Mrs. Spaeth led the pledge of allegiance, Mrs. C6ra .Mae Tav; lor led the ftatibnal anthem and th6 preamble was led by Miss Thelma Cathey. The guest speaker, Joe H. Musick civil defense chairman for the city, was introduced by Mrs. Leona. Mullins, chairman for civil defense. During his discussion of civil defense, Mr. Musick pointed out that Blylheville has only one shelter, but plans are being made to obtain more and a new warning system is going to b* in effect soon. He also gave a demonstration on how raidation can be found. After the business meeting Mrs. Spaeth and Mrs. Buck Van Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelly of Holland, Mo., announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Francis, to Gerald Thomas James sf Cooler. The couple were married Aug. 26 at the Assembly of God Church with Rev. Joseph Cox officiating. Mrs. James is a graduate of South Pemiscot High School and is now employed as a bookkeeper for the New York Store. Mr. James is a graduate of Copter High School and is employed at Randall Company. The couple are making their home at 700 Moultrie in Blytheville. Cleve served coffee and during the social hour. Hostesses for the Gold Star Mothers Dinner, to be held Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. are Miss Thelma Cathey, Mrs. Kathryn Mullins and Miss Brenda Frazier. Orpheus Club Has Past President Silver Tea Members of the Orpheus Club | The den of the Lee home was met Saturday afternoon in the lome of Mrs. George Lee for the setting for the tea which followed the business, meeting. the annual Past President Sil- The tea table was overlaid with |a gold cloth centered with a candelabra filled with fair flowers and fruits. Arrangements of 'all flowers were placed through ver Tea. The offering goes to the Young Artists Award Scholarship Fund. Co-hostesses for the affair were Mrs. F. L. Reed, Mrs. W. L. Whittaker and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. Mrs. W. J. Tomlinson, president, presided and opened the business session with the reading of the Federated Club Col- out the home. Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. C. G. rledmart presided at the tea ta- ole at which coffee and cake were served The' next meeting will be Oct. 25 in the home of Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt. lect. The resignation of the president, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, was read by the acting secretary, Mrs. Bill Jackson. Mrs L. E. Dunn, of Jonesboro, editor of 'Music Notes," announced the district meeting of Northeast Arkansas Federated Music Club will be in Newport Oct 22 with McDowell Music Club serving as host. Future concerts for 1966-67 were also discussed during the business meeting. Those taking office for the new year are Mrs. W. J. Tom linson, president and hostess chairman; Mrs. J. N. Williams Jr, secretary; Mrs. Bill Jackson, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Swan, vocal ensemble; Mrs W. J. Wunderlich, string ensemble and publicity; Mrs Robert Klug, hymn of the Presbyterian WOC Meets The general meeting of the Presbyterian WOC met last night at 7:30 for their regular business meeting. Mrs. Martin Wilkinson served month; Mrs. Tom Callis, his. torian; Mrs. George Lee. library and program committee; Mrs. Byron Moore, chairman; Mrs. James Mulhurn and Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt. I New members presented by the president were Mrs Walter Jenkins. Miss Donna Baker of Luxora, Mrs. Tracy Sandow and Mrs. C. M. Smart, a former member, was re-enstated The program topic was "Inspiration" and was led by Mrs. Tomlinson. Mrs. Walter Jenkins presented an organ solo and Mrs. Robert Swan sang two songs accompanied by Mrs. Murhurn. Miss Donna Baker at the piano and Mrs. T. L. Stanford presented a duet of two songs , Welcomed as guests were Mrs I Helen Kilbern, house guest of Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Stanford of Luxora. Tompkins and Mrs. Borum Alexander. The theme for the evening was 'God's People - The Church in the World." Mrs. C. M. Gray installed the new officers who are president, Mrs Sam Black; vice-president, Mrs Vemon Thomasson; secretary, Mrs. Harmon Taylor; treasurer. Mrs. Ed Dicks: and sihtorian, Mrs. Farris McCalla. ittlttun «nd fdght it down with Any .preserved ginger Imthe house? 'It's a delicious surprise note when it's added to uncooked fresh tomato relish, To make Ihe relish, combine diced tomatoes, onion, celery and green pepper and season with salt, pepper, sugar and vinegar. Recent Bride Is Honored The home of Mrs. Roy Ashabranner in Manila, was the scene Friday evening for a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs Gary King, a recent bride. Co-hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Jack Wagner, Mrs. Bobby Moore, Mrs. Bernice Bal- [ard and Mrs. Robert Lawrence. Arrangements of fall flowers were placed throughout the tiouse. Special guests were the mothers of the couple, Mrs. Richard Jolliff and Mrs. Clifford King. Approximately 25 guests attended. The honoree was presented a corsage of white mums and the mothers were presented corsages of pink mums. Mrs. Ronnie Crooms led the group in games with prizes being won by Mrs. King, Mrs. B. A. McCann and Mrs. Curtis Duncan. The refreshment table was overlaid -with a pink embroidered linen cloth which was centered with-an arrangement of white wedding bells and love birds. Miss Kay Carter served the individual cakes and Mrs. Bobat the silver coffee service. Mrs. King was assisted with MIS. maiun vviiwiiauii scivcu . r . , , • . as historian and was assisted opening the gifts by her sister, by Mrs. Ed Tune, Mrs. Jim Mrs. Bob Rogers of Memphis. J _ _ _ ' .. . r\..4 rtf_ + n,i,n rtnocfff llraro fTf\ Program council chairmen Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Mrs. Lloyd Out-of-town guests were from Blytheville, Dell and Memphis. Godley and Mrs. John Cherry, Circle chairman are Mrs. Arnold Britton, Mrs Russell Farr, Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs James Loehr, Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs Robert Turner Mrs Gerald Summers of Malvern was a guest. Following the business meeting circle six was hostess for a 'social hour. Jut for a change, cooked snip beans with a sweet- sour dressing made from bacon drippings, sugar and 'vinegar. The drippings should be whit* in color and mild in flavor — and they will be if you save tht fat from bacon that is cooked over very low heat. Bos Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Adult Entertainment COMING SOON TO THE RITZ HALLELUJAH TRAH^-with Bart Lancaster & Lee Remlck THE TORN CURTAIN—with Paul Newman and Julie Andrewi THE OSCAR—with Stephen Boyd and Elk* Sommer SECONDS—with Rock Hudson NEVADA SMITH—with Steve McQueen AN AMERICAN DREAM—with Stuart Whitman THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY 'A BIG HAND FOR THE LITTLE LADY" with Henry Fonda & Joanne Woodward WED. - THURS. - FRI. AND SATURDAY Jack Tony Lemmon- Curtis Natalie Wood BIAKE EDWARDS 1 "The Great Race" e, Buwt tWMTOS fS fdwnimjffls.i RELAX: GO TO THE MOVIE. Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "DR. GOLDFOOT & THE BIKINI MACHINE" PLUS "GO GO MANIA" WED. & THURS. Carload for $1 The picture that J qetsmu where ! a SOU Laughl ,' Phjjllis * COLOR b» Detme ? ""St: UHITEO MISTS 'HA-HA HA-HA ». . It FOR THE MONEY... FOR THE SHOW... TO GET READY... TOGO! 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