The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 22, 1966
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>i|« Two - Blythtvilk (Ait.) Courier Newg - faturaiy, OetnStf «, — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Airmen's Wives Have Meeting 'Members of the Airmen's \Vives Club hod a social meet- jp- Oct. 8 with 10 members prrsent. Welcomed as new members were Mrs. Ruth Deters, Mrs. Fran Ko?h, Mrs. Diana Smith, Mrs. Carolyn Ncsf, Mrs. Mar- jE'rje Canha'm and Mrs. Kathy Castro. A guest was Mrs. Virginia Morales. •Refreshments were • served and game winners were Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Morales, and Mrs. Canham. T-lie door prize was won by Mrs.'Sheila Vann: The next meeting-will be a business meeting Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Service-Club. All Airmen wives are urged to attend this meeting. PTA Reports Bridge Club Has Meeting Bridge Club me Thursday in. the home of Mrs Cecile Gaylo. .Game winners .were .Mrs. Joe Fiiqua, Jiigh; Mrs.. Dale Simons second; and bridge, .Mrs. Jame Hamlin. .The next meeting will be tfie home of Mrs. Kamlin. IH E A T R E : Your Friendly Theatr* — OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY : "TOWN TAMER" • . with Dana Andrews " Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-W«d. Fairview PTA met Wednesday in the school cafeteria with the president, Mrs. Herbert Hardin, presiding. The secretary, Mrs. Roland Davis, read the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Wendell Bennett, treasurer. The devotional was given by Mrs. Eric Lehmann and the program on birth defects, was given by Mrs. Marvin Lipford from the National Foundation (March of Dimes). The study course chairman, Mrs. Lacy Griffith, .announced that a study course discussion on modern math will be held Oct. 27, in (he school cafeteria. Mrs. Hardin announced that there 'will be a district council meeting it Leachville on Nov. 10, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The next meeting will be Father's Night on Nov. 15. Room count was won by Mrs. Nations, first grade, and Mrs. Blackwell, sixth grade. Sixth grade mothers were hostesses for the meeting. Junior G.A.'s Have Meeting The Junior Girls Auxiliary of Dell Baptist Church met last night at the church. Delores Nutt was in charge of the program entitled, "Bub- ling Love." Becky Tate opened the meeting with the calendar of prayer. Those participating on. the Program were Susan Houston, Jo Sigman, Brenda Simp- Phon* PO 34461 Esther Class Has Meeting The Esther Sunday School Class of Calvery Baptist Church met recently in the home of Opal Ayers with eight members and two guests, Mrs. J. C. Webb and Mrs. Connie Eskridge. An honorary member is Mrs. Roland Reinhardt. Mrs. Gile Robinson opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Guy Rounsvall. Mrs. Reinhardt presided Over the installation of officers and the group was dismissed with prayer. Refreshment* were served by the hostess. Reunion Honors Allison's A family reunion was held St Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Allison of Harrisburg, Pa. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charley Gurge and son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffin and daughter, Mrs. Lottie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson and daughter; Mrs. Peggy Aufucht and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thornton of Portageville; and Mrs. Frankie sibaly of West Memphis, sisters of Mr. Allison. TRAFALGAR SQUARE, JUNE '66. A London girl debuts the miniskirt on a walking jiunt with her long-haired escort (left). But that was June. SEPTEMBER ushers in the "in-est" look in London—the maxiskirt Somewhere there mast be the happy medium even if it most take the shape of mediocrity. Mehodists To Observe Event Member* of the Woman's Society Of Christian Service of Christ Methodist Church wil larticipate next week in an annual observance of Methodist son, Lynn Dyre and Becky women throughout th« United ''ate [States. The meeting was dismissed I " A Ca " T « Praver and with prayer by Mrs. Clinton Smith. • I Denial" focuses on guided mission study, offering for special mission projects and a deepened spiritual life: Guilds in all 90 states will join in th« observance. The Call is sponsored by the Woman's Division of the Methodist Board of Missions. The division, one of the four major "A Fine Madness TICHHICOVQH PROM VMRNU *R0* PATRICK O'NEAL- COllEEN DEWHURS1 OCTOBER IS.- Go to the Movie _utherans Attend Rally The Northeast Arkansas-West Women's Missionary League j units of the Board of Missions, mei Thursday at the Good Shep- j is the national body under which all local Woman's Societies and Guilds function. The program meeting for women of Christ Methodist Church will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 24 at the Church. Program leader will be Mrs. Earnest L. Baker assisted by Mrs. H. C. Buck and Mrs. C. W Garrigan. herd Lutheran Churcn in Memphis. Featured speaker at the rally was Mrs. Paul Walkenhorst ot | Independence, Mo., past district president. She presented an original dramatic sketch entitled, "Ratherine Luther." Among those attending from BIytheville were Mrs. Russel Safran, Mrs. A! Scharfetter, Mrs. Herman Hoffman, Mrs. L. J. Zeller, Mrs. Erich Lehmann, Mrs, Fred De Cuir, Mrs. Bill Williams, Mrs. James Fog Mrs. Sidney Ponseti; Mrs. John McCracken, Mrs. Dan Prevallet, Mrs. F. G. Reichel, Mrs. Joe Loop and Mrs. 'iNiederstadt. Card of Thanks Words cannot express our heartfelt gratitude for the • wonderful sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our beloved David. Our special thanks to Dr. Jone» and Dr. . Sims, also Mrs. Grimmlt and Mrs. Hammond for the wonderful services in ministering to him, and to the entire staff at Chickasawba Hospital for their kindness to the lamlly. We aiso thank the host of friends that sent food and •-flowers. To Bro. Alvin Jackson and Bro. Curtis Cole, your consoling v;ord£ of comfort and the. beautiful music will be precious memories in our hearts forever. May God's richest blessings be with each one that had • a part in making our burden lighter. The J. H. Cotton Family Bunco Group Has Meeting Members of Bunco group met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Ruth Renfro. Game winners were Mrs. Gay Nell Rigns, high score; Mrs. Yvonne Petty, big buncos; Mrs. Betty Richardson, traveling; and Mrs. Bertie Wilbanks, booby. Refreshments were served to :he 12 members present. Mrs. Ginger McFarland will 5e hostess to the first group on Nov. 1 and the second group will meet the third Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the home of Mrs. Petty. Coming Eienb Monday Very Little Theatre rehearses at-City Hall at 7 p.m. Christian Church CWF executive board meets at 11 a.m. and the luncheon is at 12. W.M.U. of First Baptist Church will attend district meet ing in West Memphis. W.S.C.S. of First Methodist "Church will observe Quiet Day in the Sanctuary at 2 p.m. Bazaar Workers of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church will meet at 9 a.m. American Legion Auxiliary meets at Little Hut at 8 p.m. Yarbro P.T.A. meets at 7:30. Christ Methodist W.S.C.S. Cosnell E. H. Club. 97th Field Maintenance Wives meet at the Service Club at 7 p.m.. Tuesday Orpheus Music Club. Chapter 279 Order Of Eastern Star meets at tJie Masonic Tem)le at p.m. Armorel - etts E x t e n s i-o n lomemakers Club. Business and Professional Women's Club meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday Chapter D of P.E.6. sister- wod. Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. ArmOrel Woman's Missionary Union meets at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Past Noble Grand Club of Rebekah Lodge 1 meets at 7:30 .m. Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club. Lange P.T.A. meets at 3 p.m. Thursday Very Little Theatre meets at City Hall at 7 p.m. Study course on modern math or parents will be held at Fair- lew cafeteria. 97th CDS Wives meet at me lervice Club at 1:30 p.m. BIytheville Jaycettes meet in aycee clubroorn. IN AND AROUND -•BLYTHEVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Overtoil of Half Moon were in Memphis Wednesday where Mrs. Overton had a medical treatment. Tucker Eubanks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eubanks, has been dismissed from Campbell's Clinic. Mrs. Eric ftay and Mrs. Bernice Jouer of BIytheville were in Memphis Saturday to see "The Sound of Music." Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jouer of North Brook, H!., returned to their home Friday after a weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jouer of BIytheville. Mrs. Ella Jones of BIytheville Methodists To Observe Event Members of the Woman's Do- ciety of Christian Service of.,. Lake Street Methodist Church i Mrs - w - O.^Boone of BIytheville. spent the week in Searcy with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bass of Detroit, Men., is visiting with friends and relatives in BIythe- ville. Ralph Mosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mosley of Calif., is visiting relatives in BIythe- ville on his way to Fort Knox, Ky., where he will be stationed. Mrs. Ray Warren and son, David of BIytheville, visited Friday evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms. Bits of News! iiiij fJtrionat J Bill Boone. son of Mr. and participate in "A Call to Prayer and Self - Denial," one of the most important observances of Methodist women throughout the United States. The program will be held at is among 70 students recently chosen for membership in the Murray State University Choir. He is a senior and a vocal music and piano major this year. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Allison 2 p.m. on Tuesday at the church | have reamed to their home in ...j . , , .,, . 1 Hflrrichtiro Pa aftpr o uicit and program leader will be Mrs. George Shanks spiritual life chairman for the local church. Assisting with the program are Mrs. Eugene Hall, Mrs. Fred Davis, Mrs. Alton Hardy, Mrs. James Beasharse, Mrs. Tom Lutes and Mrs. H. Hick- Curried hard • cooked eggs are a good choice for a ladies' unch. Serve the sliced eggs in their curry sauce with steamed rice, mango chutney, salted pea- Lutheran Women's Missionary | nuts and flaked coconut, .eague meets at 9:30 a.m. Golden Age Club meets at :30 p.m. Junior members of Dud Cason Jnit Auxiliary meet at Little Hut at 7 p.m. Saturday BIytheville Duplicate Bridge ague meets at Shamrock ..anes. Harrisburg, Pa. after a visit wilih Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allison, and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Allison and friends. PRIVILEGES JUTmmiZED 49 SECOND CLASS UAIL BIytheville Courtti Newt BLyTHBVIl>l.E. ASK UT - 12316 Harr? vr flames, Hubluber 3rd «t Walnut SU Blnherilte Ark. Published dally except SUftdl; Second class poatag* paid at BIT- thavllle Ark HOME DELIYMlf RATES u> Blythefllle and town* IB trj< B!rlbe?]JJ» trade territory Dally 35o per week BY MAIL PAYABLE 1> ADVA.NLh Wlttlrj SO miles of Blytbevlllt 18.00 per year Urtr* than 50 miles rmrr BlytheTll 118.00 per year SHOP.. Sundays 12 loon 'til 6p.m. TWO LOCATIONS • Air Bnse Highway • Franklin A Cherry ; t •.•• A BOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mn. Bnddj Howard When God created the universe and the thlngi in it, He provided protection for the lowly, «low moving turtle. In modern language, we might even call it a form of social security. God gave the turtle a shell for his house, » protection igauiat element* and enemies. The turtle has only to put his neck out to eat. Far, far more important though Is the thought that even the turtle MUST »tick his neck out to go forward. Cod made the eagle Ion. The eagle roam* and soars through spacimiK sktet. Without being told, the eagle instinctively builds a home en high mountain peaks. Mile« mean nothing when with strong, undaunted courage th« eagle flies through and lights storms, snow and wind when wlnjing for food. The turtle hai 1U place and purpose. But, isn't it significant mid shouldn't we be proud that the eagle, not the turtle, Is the emblem at America? Incidentally, whether you agree or disagree with this or my other comment In this column, fee! fret and welcome to phone or writ* us about your thought* - . . MRS. BUDDY HOWAKD, BOWAUD TV' KERAL ROME. SAVE $ $ $ Peerless Cleaners Corner Franklin and Cherry MIX OR MATCH • SKIRTS • PANTS • Sweaters 3 FOR (At Plant Only) SUITS-OR- DRESSES - - ea. 95 Good Mon. - Tue. - Wed. - Thurs. Octob.r 24-25-26-27 "PLENTY OF FREE PARKING" Let Us Showtr-Proof Your Winter Garments Card Of Thanks I wish to express at this time my appreciation for the many cards, letters and flowers I received during my illness. I want also to thank those who expressed their prayers to me. I feel 1 would not be here without them. Thanks again and may God bless you in everything you do. Sincerely, Mrs. C. C. Elliott THE MENU SUNDAY, OCT. 23 Appi-Teaser Salad Coffee or Tea ENTREE (Choose From 25) Vegetables (Choose From 12) Dessert BlytheYille's Newest and Finest Restaurant Private dining rooms for all occasions - Business meetings, social gatherings, wedding receptions. Make reservations early — for your company's Christmas parties DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. SATURDAY & SUNDAY Double Feature A motion picture you'll never forged '. WALT DISNEY 7:00 See Both • Come by 9:15 See "Gunfighlcr". Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY "HWADA SMITH"—with Steve McQueen and Susanne Pleshette (A) SUN. MON. TUES. WED. (A) SIUART WHITMAN JANET LEIGH Thl» am OMEM-IU W«-*MKII SIM* &wyr,t,MW(/tM-(»ricfKf»rM««TeiST«| .'Mo*- K»;t:M^UMil TECHNICOLOR* Hi FROM WARNER MOS COMING BOON TO THE RITZ WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR DADDT - With Jan Cobnrn MODESTY BLAISE — With Terrene* Stamp BATTLE OF BULGE — With Henry Fonda

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