The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 11, 1966
Page 4
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PU* Mar - »yth*m> (Art.) Courier Newi - Tutdty, October It, MM — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 EpiscopaTs Announce Annual Bazaar Dates •-Women of St. Stephen's Epis-1homemade pastry. Mrs. diaries Afflick Jr. is president of the organization. Wilson Baptist Elect Officers The W.M.U- of the First Baptist Church in Wilson installed officers for 1966-67 at the church •Featured in this year's ba- Wednesday n j g ht. Installing of- copal Church will sponsor their tonual Bazaar Days Nov. 17 and IB:-:'••They have been working on thts: project since last January, fending them a helping hand have been a few of the men of the church, W. I. Malin, George Muir Jr. and C. W. Afflick. za'ar will be woodwork articles, carved doll furniture, complete with canopied beds, handwork of every variety, Christmas tree skirts, stockings, ornaments and Bridal Shower Honors Miss Edwards -Mrs. Charles McDaniels was hostess to a bridal shower recently, honoring Miss Mary Lou ise.Edwards, who will become the. bride of George White Jr. Opt. 22. .The entertainment rooms .were decorated with arrangements of fall flowers. ;Mss Edwards chose for the occasion a two piece knit suit of :bone white. She was presented a corsage of pink carnations. -Each guest presented her favorite recipe and the prize for the best recipe went to Miss Mary Evelyn Featherston. The refreshment table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and the centerpiece was an arrangement of fruit and flowers. Refreshments of punch and individual cakes decorated with pink rosebuds were served. L 'A special guest was Mrs. M. &' Edwards, mother of the bride elect. 'The hostess presented Miss Edwards with a gift of bake- ware. Other gifts were displayed 'tin a decorated table. " Mrs. McDaniels was assisted by Mrs. Winfred Burgess. ficer was Mrs. Charles Leftwich. Officers are: president, Mrs. J. B. Lovett; vice-president, Mrs. John Mooring; secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Alberl Greenwell; program chairman, Miss Norma Anderson; Mrs. sion study chairman, Mrs Wayne Bussey; community missions, Mrs. J. A. Germany; prayer chairman, Mrs. J. D. Rankin; stewardship chairman, Mrs. C. D. Price; circle chairman, Mrs. Jim McCullar; publicity, Mrs. Charles Leftwlch; publication chairman, Mrs. Pauline Yates; -social chairman, Mrs. Gene Starlings; intermediate G.A. counselor, Mrs. Jon Mark Seitz; and Jr. G.A. counselor, Mrs. Nancy Koch. iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiininiinnnniiniiiiiiiiiiliiniiP NEWS OF THE Scouts Girl Scout Troop 64 will have a carwash Oct. 15 on the park ing lot of the First Methodist Church from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The price is $1.24 per car. PTA Reports Sudbury P.T.A. will meet tomorrow at the school at 3 p.m. The executive board will meet at 2:30 p.m. HERE'S A QUICK way to perk up a simple hairdo that's quite effective. A short hairstyle or bangs that become unruly are quickly repaired by using adhesive tape. Simply dampen side curls, bangs, gulches and hair at the nape of the neck, comb into place and apply a piece of .tape. As soon as hair is dry, tape may be removed, i Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Adult Entertainment The breath-taking race for Hollywood's highest award! THE COMING SOON TO THE RITZ SECONDS—with Back Hodwn NEVADA SMITH—with Sin* McQueen AN AMERICAN DKEAM-tWlth Stunt Whitman WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR DADDY — With James Coburn MODESTY BUISE — With Ttrreiice Slump BATtl* OF *CIX»E — WHh Henry Fonda Bits of News) 1 mottty ptr&onal \ Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott have as guests week her in their mother, home this] Mrs. Onie L i p s c o m b, and two brothers Charles and Leo, from La Habra, Calif., and Mrs. J. F. Miller of St. Louis. Mrs. Harvey Morris recently returned from Baton Rouge, La., where she visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mister. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis were in Columbia, Tenn., last week where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Steveson and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kelly and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Taylor of Camden, Ark., arrived last Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bush were in West Helena Sunday to attend the Twin Cities Rose Show. Mr. Bush won the Queen of the Show and was presented a silver trophy. His winning rose was a Mister Lincoln. Mrs. Gerald Hancock has returned from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis where- she underwent major surgery. She is at her mother's home, Mrs. Earl McGregor. She is not al-j lowed to have visitors. ( Kindergarten Students Pick Cotton Kindergarten classes of Mrs. Ralph Nichols enjoyed field trips Saturday and Monday. The morning class went to Dell to La Martha Griggs to pick cotton. Each student was paid according to the amount of cotton he picked. Diana Madaox won the prize for picking the most cotton. Afterward, the children went to the William Knight home where they enjoyed refreshments of cookies and cold drinks. The afternoon class picked cotton at the E.B. Gee farm on Highway 61. . Picking the largest amount in this group was Dheney Crafton. Mrs. Gee then served the children refreshments on the playground of her home. Coming Eimb Tuesday Very Little Theatre meets at 7:30 in City Hall. Burdette P.T.A. will meet tomorrow at the Home Economics building at 3 p.m. Order of Eastern Star chapter 279 meets at Masonic Temle at 8 p.m. i»"«^'-- : *&&*»S A NEW SOPHISTICATION creeps into for infants. Good companions are the bulky white ' ' and knit cotton mock jumper dress with turtle niri trast cuff striping and knit cotton mock jumper res^w wi neck. Pin dot knit (right) in cotton and stretch fabric *<*£<*?» S on coUw 'and that is gathered from the yoke and accented by reverse pin dot print on couar «nu cuffs. It has floral abnUoue. Armorel . etts Extension Homemakers Club. Business and Professional Wo- men's Club dinner meeting at 7 p.m. Blytheville High School P.T.A. meets at 7:30, no executive board meeting. Yarbro Extension Homema' kert Club meeto at dubhotiM. Belt Sigma Phi City Council. 210st Communication! Squadron Wives meets at «rvlct Club at 7:30 p.m. ; Wednesday .. - • . • • Clear take Batlst WMU ' Armorel Woman's Missionary Union meets at church at 7:30 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. meets at the school at 3 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU meets at the church. Nazarene World Mission Society meets at the church at 7:30 ,m. Thursday Club 28 will meet at Blytheville Country Club at 8 p.m. Very Little Theatre meets at 7:30 .m. in City Hall. Blytheville Jaycettes meet in Jaycee Clubroom. Lutheran Woman's Missionary League meets at 1:30 p.m. Friday Blytheville Extension Homa- makers Club meets at 1:30 p.m. Blytheville Woman's Club meets at 1 p.m. at the clubhouse Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Littlt Worry Ett, talK. laugh or sneeze without fear ol insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling. PABTEtTH holds plates firmer »nd more comfortably .This pleawnt powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty tute or reeling. Doesn't cause ntusea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plat* odor. Dentures that flt are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get FASTEETH at all drug counter*. Farewell Party Honors Mrs. McGuire Love Group of C.W.F: of First Christian Church met recently in the home of Mrs. Bob Schwarz. Special guest was Mrs. John White. Mrs. Vernon Strickland was in charge of the program and Mrs. Tom Patrick presented worship. In the social hour that followed a surprise farewell .party was given honoring Mrs. Jada McGuire who will be leaving with iier ' family this week, to make their home in Joplin, Mo. Mrs. Schwarz recited a poem she had written and dedicated to Mrs. McGuire and her family. The group presented the honoree with an engraved charm of Arkansas with a single ruby marking Blytheville. Games were played and enjoyed by all. Refreshments of punch and individual cakes with "We'll miss you" written on them were served. PRIVILEGES ACTBUnilED AX SECOND CLASS MAIL BlythevlUe Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. ARK. Of - 72316 Barry W dairies, Publlshez 3rd at Walnut Sts BlythevlUe, Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second das: postage paid at Ely- thevllle Ark HOME DELtYTin.? RATES In Blytherllle and towns la thr Blythaville trade territory Dally 35c per weefe BTt MAIL PAYABLE i> ADVANCE Within 50 miles of BlythevlUe $8.00 per year wore than £0 mllee rrnm Blythevlllt S18.00 per year THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY 'L7. ROBIN CRUSOE, USN" with Dick Van Dyke WED. THURS. FRI. & SAT. .-JBUBS! I wouldn't get it!" * COLUMBIA PICTURESlLj^V^ Presenl3 ^ < $ MARLON BRANDO Marilyn Smearcheese 'to Richard Bumberswateh? You call that news? Yes, we do. And the funny thing is that when yon add up all of Marilyn's friends and Richard's friends and their parents' friends and their friends' friends — there are an awful lot of people who'fl enjoy reading about Marilyn in the daily newspaper. Your newspaper is yours-nt's as simple as that. It's about things that happen in your town to people you know or. ought to know or want to know. Of course, there are a lot of other things in the newspaper* too: national politics, foreign trade, the latest on aerospace technology. But your daily newspaper makes all the things in the world happen in terms of your town, your friends, yon. People like the daily newspaper because it's about them. Most people freely admit they'd feel lest without it. When you have something to sell, tnra to your local daily. People who see your ad in the daily aewspaper know; THIS MEANS ME.i x Blytheville Courier News

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