The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 18, 1966
Page 4
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• Pift Poor *• Blyth«rin« (Ark.) Courier Newi - Tuerfty, Oetabw II, UW — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor FEMALE CARRIERS — Mrs. Jean Walker, with Caruth- "~ersville's B&PW Club, has been named Caruthersville Woman -of the Year. She will, be .honored tonight with a dinner for her outstanding service. (Courier News Photo) Star Outshines Males As Star Route Mail Carrier Neither rain, sleet or snow keep the mail from going through with Caruthersville's Business and Professional Worn' en's energetic, friendly and versatile "Woman of the Year" on the job. • She is Mrs. Jean Walker who for the past nine years has been employed by the U.S. Post Office Department as a star route Baptist To Meet In Osceola The Women's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association will meet Thursday at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Osceola. Mrs. Harry Jacobs of Osceola, will install 1966-67 officers and conferences will be conducted by chairmen and directors. Luncheon will be served. Gary Franks Is Honored Gary Franks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Comer Franks, was honored on his 18th birthday with a surprise supper given in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Franks. A total of 12 guests attended. Gary is a freshman at Arkansas State and was home for the weekend. carrier. She is also a member of National Star Route Carrier Association and Women's Auxiliary of Star Route Carriers. She is the wire of Albert Walker, who is assistant chief of police at Caruthersville. They have one daughter and one son, in California and Tennessee. Mrs. Walker was listed in "Who's Who" of Missouri Business Women for her outstanding work with the Caruthersville Jhamber of Commerce, af vhich she is a member of the joard of directors, a member of membership committee and chairman of the welcoming ••ommittee. She is a very active member jf First Baptist Church where she serves as benevolence chairman, a member of the choir, -ice president of Sunday School class, member of Ruth Ford Missionary circle and serves as chairman of the New Madrid Baptist Association. She is past president of Caruthersville B and PW club and has held all other offices through the years. Phone PO 3446: Dress Contest Rules Are Announced The county cotton dress con test will be held Nov. 3 in con nection with Extension Hom makers fall council meeting. The three divisions will In elude cotton suit, three - piec cotton suit, including s k i r blouse, coat (u n 1 i n e d) an length; cotton ensemble, dres and jacket or coat (unlined any length; and church dress a "dressy" type garment witl out jacket or coat, approprial for church wear. All garments must be mad of 100 percent cotton, includin trimming, thread, and tap used. Garments must be con structed and modeled by th person entering the dress revue The first place winner in eacl division is eligible to attend tb State Dress Revue. The state judging will be hell Vov. 21 in connection with Ar cansas Farm Bureau's s t a t convention.' First place state winners In each division must mode) thei garment as a part of the aware >rogram at a General Session o he Arkansas Farm Bureau state convention. In the state contest, the firs )lace winner in each of the hree divisions will receive a 25 cotton merchandise gif certificate. A sweepstakes award will be a fully automatic portable Delux Model 260 Pfaff sewing machine valued at $340. The award is being furnished by City Sewing Machine Company in Little Rock. If interested in entering the contest and would like further information, call Mrs. Jim Burks at PO 3-4732 or Pat Cole at 2-2075. A registration card must be filled out by Oct. 31. 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiininniininiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii NEWS OF THE kJrow fj Bits of News moitlu on J Mrs. Comer Franks is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. She is in room B 40, Those attending the District meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild at Huntington Avenue Methodist Church in Jonesboro Sunday were, Mrs. Zelma Craig, Mrs. L. D. Harris, Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Mrs. Jim Lum, Mrs. Charles McDaniel, Miss Monta Hughes, Mrs. P. L. Reed, Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, Mrs. James White, Delsie Stewart. Robert Payne of Dell has completed a course in Servicing Electrical Appliances and has been awarded a diploma by the National Radio Institute of Wash- :ngton, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gatlin lave returned from Indianapolis where they visited their children and other relatives. They ••*•••**•»•••*•»•»**••••••••••*•••••••••••••• Hairdo Haw-To By DOROTHEA ZACK HANLE Editor HalrDo Magazine (Distributed by NEA Special Services) Would you believe Kiat there are three - quarters of a mil- wedding of their granddaughter, 3onna Diane Brake, to David jawrence Brown Oct. 15 in the Eastpark Methodist Church. The bride is a graduate of Marion County Hospital School of Nursing and Mr. Brown is a student at Prudue University I rless has doubled in the year, school of engineering. Methodist's Have Social Lake Street Methodist Church's committee on recrea- ion sponsored a fellowship get ™™ es . 7 Dul) , yo , 1 ogether Sunday evening after lsnt * true that ihureh services. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis rere in charge. The 70 people present were erved cookies, coffee and cold rinks from a table covered with a white cut work cloth cen- ered with a fall arrangement f yellow and orange flowers ntwined with fern. The Woman's-Society of Chrisan Service presented Rev. Euene H. Hall with a gift, honor- ng his birthday. having hair that frames your face with glowing color, touch- me texture, and loveliness o f line and arrangement. You may achieve this yourself — and Kiat big world of highly developed hair cosmetics offers you a tempting array of lion hairdressers in this coun- delightful aids. But you will try? Would you believe over probably be happiest, most confident of success and assured of perfect-for-you styling if you first get help from a well-trained professional. He or she can guide you to the most appropriate and attractive hairdo for you, can advise you on the basic care for your particular kind of hair. After that, should budget or time dictate that you "do-it- yourself," arm yourself with a good book on how. How to set, shampoo, brush out styles, condition, rinse and cope with the special problems of your own hair — that's what this series will tell you in the days to ome. The latest fad in hairdos is, of course, straight hair. It's not a style for everyone or every age but, for those who can wear it, there will be up-to-date advice on how to wear it well. There will be special articles of particular interest to teenagers. Others will focus on the jroblems of handling and styl- 'ng long hair and what to do Think about it. How important when your hair has turned gray. Business girls and career 600,000? Well, you better believe it — because ther are! And they're working 10 to 12 hours a day — cutting, curling, conditioning, coloring, waving and unwaving, shampooing, rinsing and conditioning enough hair to cover this planet plus Venus, Mars, the Moon and Jupiter. Even if you never go to a beauty salon yourself, you're still contributing to the explosive success of one of tiie biggest jusinesses today. During the ast year, women of all ages — rom subteens to great-grannies went especially to attend the j— have used enough hair spray, coloring, conditioner, wave set, shampoo, curling and uncurling products and hairdoing equipment to account for over $l billion (yes, billion!) worth of sales. The wig and hairpiece busi- and one in every three women you know (it could be you) is coloring her hair. Why all this hair mania? 2:39 p.m. »7th ARS Wives Club. Thursday Women's Missionary Union o Mississippi County Baptist As sociation will meet at 10 a.m in the First Baptist Church in Osceola. General Neighborhood Girl Scouts meet at the scout house at 9:30 a.m. Thursday Night Supper Club meets at American Legion Hul at 8 p.m. The C and N Club will meet with Mrs. Silas Nations at 6:45 p.m. Very Little Theatre meets at City Hall .-t 7:30 p.m. Lange School Halloween Carnival from 5 to 8 p.m. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club meets for workshop. Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club. Women of Blytheville Air Force Base Chapel meet at the Chapel Annet Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club. Friday Cotton Boll Small Car Club meets at 8 p.m. at Central Motors. Chapter N P.E.G. Sisterhood meets with Mrs. E.M. Restenold. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Lanes. The General Neighborhood Scouls will meet Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at the scout house. Play Cast Is Announced In early November Blytheville's Very Little Theatre will present Moss Hart's Pulitzer Prize winning play, "You Can't Take It With You." Members of the cast include Dorothy Brewer, Robert N. Annand, John Woelfel, Ed Ertel, Francis Nordeen, Jenny Wren Mrs. Walker will be honored McCalla, Becky Utley Dugan, F.T.A. Has Meeting with a dinner tonight at the Casanova restaurant. Knit Show To Be Held Tomorrow will be Ladies Aux- ilixary Day at the Blytheville Country Club. The program will be provided by Mrs. Ralph Swain and Mrs. Curtis Anderson who will present a knit show following luncheon. Canasta and bridge will be The Future Teachers of America at Blytheville High School P la J' ed following the show, had their first meeting of the year recently with 21 former members and 48 initiated new members present. Officers are president, Paula Woods vice-president, Leslie Boyd: secretary, Carolyn Stewart; treasurer, Niki Hoke; parliamentarian, Lana Nowell; historian, La Gean Garner and reporter, Eloise Mann. Mrs. Lucille Quellmalz, psychology instructor, is sponsor of the organization. After dues were paid, each member was assigned to assist a teacher during the year. Miss Wood announced that fund raising projects would be discussed at the next meeting. Cub, Boy, Eipiurer SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout troop 478 will have an organizational meeting tomorrow night at the Legion Hut at 7:30 p.m. This troop is sponsored by the American Legion and is urg ng all boys 8, 9 or 10 years o: age to attend the meeting ac companied by their parents. Ernest McKenzie, La Gene Hampton, Pat Burrow, Bill Tomme, Jan Ertel, Haven M. Way, Donna Smith and Mike Burrow. The dates the play will be presented are (o be announced in the near future. Chilled rendered chicken may be used in the pastry when you are preparing a meat or poultry pie as a main dish. E.H.C. MEETING NOTES Town and Country Extension their workshop tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. instead of the regular Thursday morning. Episcopal Women Meet Mrs. David Hubbs served as program leader at the monthly meeting of Episcopal Church Women held yesterday afternoon at the church with 20 members present. Assisting Mrs. Hubbs on the program were Mrs. Ben Matt- is your hairdo to you? What bothers you most when you get caught in a downpour? Not your clothes — but your hairdo! And a pretty new coif can send your spirits soar ing, just as a dreary one can depress you? What's more, man's head is often turned by lovely hair — and he's quickly repelled by messy, dirty, over- sprayed and overbleached hair Uniike any other fashion or beauty accessory — for that is what our hair really is — a hairdo can truly express your individuality. The nice part, too is feat no matter your income or station in life, you can have a custom - made coif that's uniquely yours, distinctly you. Beautiful hair is possible for every woman, young or old — so very easily possible that there is no excuse for you not lews, Mrs. Rupert M. Crafton, Mrs. Allen Azeltine, Mrs. Harry W. Haines, and Mrs. E. R. Mason. Mrs. Hubbs also gave a report on the convocational meetings held recently in West Memphis and Jonesboro. Mrs. Charles Afflick Jr., president, presided over the business session. Reports were heard from committee chairmen and Mrs. Afflick appointed a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Azeltine, Mrs. Haines and Mrs. Mason to draw up a slate of officers for 1967. Opening and closing devotions were led by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. E. J. Cure. women know the special value of looking their best — often the decisive factor in securing a position and achieving success — and looking lovely begins at the top — wilh your hairdo. (NEXT: First Step to Hairdo Happiness.) When you are "boiling" brisket of beef add a sliced onion and a rib of celery with the [eaves. Coming EienU Tuesday Bets Sigma Phi chapters meet New Liberty Baptist WMS Airmen's Wives Club meet at Service Club at 7:30 p.m. Lone Oak Extension Homema- rers Club Junior High P.T.A. meets at :30 p.m. in the high school auditorium for Father's Night. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit meets at Shamrock Lanes... . African Violet Club meets vith Mrs. Henry Young with tfrs. W. 0. Anderson as co - lostess and Mrs. Florence Brey- acher as leader. Wednesday Ladies Auxiliary Day at Blytheville Country Club for a luncheon and knit show. Great Books Qub meets at 9:30 a.m. Central P.T.A. meets at 3 p.m. and executive board meets at Broiled kidneys are gourmet 'are when they are served with strips of crisp bacon, broiled mushrooms and broiled tomatoes. If the texture »f your cake It coarse, this may be due to over- mixing after the flour, has been added. A mixture of butter, grated cheddar cheese and chill sauce makes a delicious mixture for open sandwiches that are to be broiled. Meltea chocolate may be added to aconfectioners sugar Frosting made with cream cheese. Nice for a snack: place sardines on buttered toast, sprinkle with grated cheese and broil.' fHIVII.KCitS AUTBUKIJEliD H SECOND CLASS MAIL BlyltlcTllle Coutlel Newi BLYTIIEVILLE. *«B 'Jt K3H airrj Vr mines Cublliber ltd it Wilnut Sti Blnhcrllfc Hrk. published dally except Sunday decond oltu <y»t«g> D >m >t Bly. ,he»IJI« Ark HOME DIStmHY BATHS ia Blytbe flue «nd *<iwm '» tb» •;ivt!,<>viiie tride wrruorr Oiily 39c pt' «<e> BV MAIL PAYABI.P IK tDVA.Mfe WltBlo sn inliet « Bivthf»iii» 5800 pn yea' •«•»• UUP ..' • . -i' i Binn»-Hif 118.00 oar Tear ANTIQUE AUCTION Oct. 26 10 a.m. Cottonwood Corner Osceola, Ark. Lots of furniture, dishes, watches & clocks. St. Louis Smith, Owner MOULTRIE COURTS It Announcing the Dining Room Will Bt> Closed on Sunday Night Starting Oct. 23rd. — All Other Nights Serving the Finest — • STEAKS • CHICKEN • FRESH CATFISH • SEAFOODS Consult us with CONFIDENCE We »rc specialists in fully guaranteed monuments sculptured from Select Barre Griniw 'BARRE [GUILD ^^»^^^"^^ Monument! Jno. C. McHaney&Sons "Your Monument Men" S. Hwy. 61 I'h. !-„ . I THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Dally from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week Watermelon pickle is parlies larly attractive when the rind is cut in diamond shapes. Cards Of Thanks •We would like to this opportunity to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kind words of sympathy, flowers and food sent ua during the death of my father, Charles Franklin Childress. God bless each and every one of you. Mrt. [mil M. Damon, Daughter TUES. & WED. UNITID AITISTS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (A) SHEER FEAR! SHEER SHOCK! ROCK HUDSON • MHf-i ••.!,">'.::• -. SECONDS VOTE for a man who is well qualified to rep- rtsant you, tht citizen, of Blytheville. ] WILL NOT B| A RUBBER STAMP! ELECT Eddie Saliba ALDERMAN POSITION 1 WARD II SALOME JENS-WISER- LEWIS JOHN CARLIMO ~,,~, DAVID ELY~,nIDWABD LEWIS » „ JOHN FWAMKEMHilMER [Wjft. Mod in taiita rift tallii Mwte COMING SOON TO THE RITI NEVADA SMITH-wlth Steve McQueen AN AMERICAN DREAM—with stuart wititmu WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR DADDY — With JWIM loburn MODESTY BLAIBE — With Terrene* gum* BATTLE OF ftUUJE - WHb Henry r<»oY Your Dealer in Manila, Ark. Drive a Few Mile! SAVE A LOT OF DOLLARS Biggest Selection! Biggest Bargains! In This Entire Area! Home Laundry Equipment 25 Models To Choose From • Demonstrator models are in OPERATION on our display floor I Let us show you how thty operate! Choose from, Top Loaders, Front Loadtn, Under-CoUnter Models Stack-ons, Single or Multi-speed Models! If it's THE BEST in HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT... WE HAVE IT! 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