The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 11, 1966
Page 2
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PM« Two "' Blythevflte <Ark.^ Oaurltr ITews •» frHty, — . Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 BRIDE-ELECT —Miss Linda. Elaine Robinson of Manila, and Robert Ace Pearcy of Gainesville, Tex., will be married Dec. 3 in the Monetbe Church of Christ. Linda Robinson To Marry Robert A. Pearcy in Monette Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robin-1 Mr. Pearcy received a Bach- son of Manila, announce the I elor's degree in accounting engagement and approaching from Harding College and is employed by Alford Meroney and Company in Houston, Tex. Bits of News) ^ // /1 I tnoMit ptrionaf § s i rSiinillllllllllllllHllllllllillllillllllilUNIIIIIllllllllillllllllBllllip Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston left for Fayetteville today where they will visit their son, John Dukes, and attend t h e homecoming activities at t h e University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Underwood .are the parents of a son born Nov. 2 at Doctor's Hospital. He has been named Mark Randall. They are also parents of another son, Mike. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Burl Davidson of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Underwood of Campbell, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Knepper and daughter Teena Lynn have as a guest in their home Mrs. Knepper's mother, Mrs. Swuls of St. Louis. Mr. Stella Miss Mullins Announces Wedding Plans Miss Ona Lee Mullins, daugtv ter of Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Mullins, will become the bride ol Gilbert Eugene Swain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Swain of Widsor, III., in a 7 p.m ceremony Friday, Nov. 25, at the West Main Church of Christ in Blytheville. Mr. Bluff, mony. The Edgar J. Dye of Pine will perform the cere bride will be given in marriage by her father and her maid of honor will be Miss Judy Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Porter «f Blytheville. Bridesmaids will include Miss 1 Julia Swain, cousin of the groom from Blytheville, Mrs. Donald Schrock, sister of the j!room from Champaign, 111., Vliss Sue Ferguson of DeWitt and Miss Kathy Graham, cousin of the bride from Portageville, Richard Cole'of Windsor will and Mrs. Howard J. is erve the groom as best man Stone announce the birth of a and groomsmen will include U. son born Nov. 1 at Doctor's Hospital. He has been named Rocky Alan. They are also parents of a daughter, Tammy. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Burl Davidson Mrs. Stone. and Mr. and W. Mullins Jr., brother of the bride, Donald Schrock, brother- in-law of the groom. Dave Swarfz of Centralia, 111., and Douglas Swain, cousin of the groom. Ushers will be Carl Evans Miss Tannda Langston, daughiand George Evans, nephews of marriage of their daughter Miss Linda Elaine Robinson, to Robert Ace Pearcy, son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Pearcy of Gainesville, Tex. The wedding will be solemnized Dec. 3 at the Church of Christ in Monette. The bride-elect received a Bachelor's degree in business education from Harding College in Searcy. She is now employed as a secretary to Dr. Baird, president of Oklahoma Christian College in Oklahoma City. I'KJVILEGES ADrnUKilKC AX SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Conner nein BLYTHEVILLE. ARK Of - 7Z316 Harry W flalnes, Publisher Oi at Walnut Sts BlytheitUe Ark. Published dulls except Sunday Second class postage paid at Ely. laevllle. Ark. HOME nELirKnr RATES ' In Blytherllle and town* la tbf Blytbevllle trade territory Dally 35o per week BY MAIL PAYABLE » suVANL'E Wlthla 50 mlJes or Blytheville $8.00 per year , Wore ti«B 50 miles t;an> Blytherilh $18.00 per year Cub, Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS There will be a scout roundup at Franklin School cafetorium .onight at 7:30 p.m. This meeting is for troop 125 lost 3 and all boys between the ages of 11 and 18 interested n becoming a Scout or Explorer are urged to attend. A. E. (Pop) Lester is the floor chairman and Floyd Mor- charge of the boy ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles I the bride of Memphis, Langston, is to be interviewed to represent AOII sorority at Arkansas State, for Maid of Cotton. Mrs. H. E. Smith and daughter Gwyndoiyn, accompanied by Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Tom Simmons of Plainwell, Mich., let yesterday to visit ;heir sisters, Mrs. Ross Beavers and Mrs. .Edward Scherer )oth of Monterey, Calif. Graham, cousin of the Roger bride, David Lewers and Jimmie Snow of Blytheville. . Following the ceremony, the bride's parents will be host and hostess at a reception at the Woman's Club on West Main Street. Miss Dorothy Boone of BIythe ville and Memphis, will preside at the guest book and Kathryan and Carolyn King, daughters of I Miss Marri Lee Dodson ar-jMr. ad Mrs. J. W. King of rived yesterday afternoon to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Dodson and family. She is a student at the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing. an : is in scouts. Tuesday Club Has Luncheon The Order of the Arrow will meet tomorrow at noon for the mid-year conference to be held at Bear Creek Methodist Camp n Marianna, Ark. The meetings will begin at noon tomorrow and noon Sunday. The Tuesday Bridge Club met this week in the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor for a luncheon, 1 Mrs. Chester Caldweil was a I guest. Memphis, will distribute rice Presbyterian Women Meet The Women's Council of First Presbyterian Church met Monday for a luncheon and busi- ess meeting in the social room MAJORETTES — Judy Davis (left) and Mary Elizabeth Brown, both of Blytheville, practice for the half-time show presented by the 134 piece Marching Razroback Band in War Memorial Stadium last Saturday afternoon. Their happy smiles indicate that at this time, just before the haif, Arkansas is ahead of Rice 17-12. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis and Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown. (Courier News Photo) New Liberty Notes & News boro died Monday at her home. She is the sister of Mrs. Vance iDixon. ; J. A. Gunter is seriously ill in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eubanks and family of Jonesboro were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Eubanks. Club 28 Has Dane e Members of Club 28 and their „ , , , , , guests held their dinner dance Leonard Rochelle and daugh- at Blytheville Country Club last TOP MARK FABRICS 130 E. Main Phone PO 3-8312 WOOLEN MATERIAL Reg. 7.9810.95 Yd. 54 in. Wide Reg. $3.49 Yd. Reg. $4.98$5.98 $198 JVC/. Reg. $5.98-$7.98 Metallic BROCADES $3.98 yd. Special! One Lot WOOLENS 98c yd. Wide Selection of • Assorted Prints • Cottons • Wash 'n Wear 59 Yd. BUY NOW AND SAVE!!! Prices Good Friday & Saturday ter, Shirley of Chicago, were weekend guests of Mrs. R. F. | Banks. Mrs. Rochelle, who has been spending two weeks with ' her mother, returned home with them. j Mrs. Willie Hendrix. sister of Mrs. R. F. Banks, and her daughter, Mrs. Alma Gibson of Newburn, Tenn., are Mrs. Banks this, week. night Hosts and hostesses were Mr. | and Mrs. Bob Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr. Dinner tables were decorated in the Thanksgiving theme. Welcomed as new members visiting I »ere Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and as former members Mrs. James Sherwood a n d i who have returned to BIythe-1 son of Blytheville Air Force ville to live, Dr. and Mrs. Joe and Mrs. H. B. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Banks THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. - Fri. — 7:30 P.M. Sat.— 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Gosnell Has D ane! Discussion The Gosnell chapter of Future Homemakers of America sponsored a panel discussion Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting was to get ideas from parents, teachers, and students concerning the relationship between adults and teens. The guest speaker gave an outsider's view on family life and Jenny Davis, chapter president, directed questions to the panel. Refreshments were served following the discussion. of the church. Hostesses for the lucheon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry were Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. and sonSj Ran( j y and AndVj re . J. A. Leech. I turned to thier home in Mon- Mrs. Sam Black, president, Base were Sunday guests of Mr Bridge winners were Mrs. R. i J. McKinnon and Mrs. M a x | Reed. Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr.. will be hostess to next week's meeting. I was in charge of the business Mrs. Ernest McKenzie. personal and social life chairman, gave the devotional and an- ounced that the emphasis for November is "Stewardship." roe, La., after visiting Mrs. R. F. Banks and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. Mary Ann Langely of Jonesoro, was the Friday guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Langley. Mrs. Clara Haynes of Jones- Beasley. Approximately 92 members and guests were present. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week Poppy Sale Saturday The American Legion Auxiliary will have their annual all- day Poppy sale this Saturday. It was postponed last Saturday because of the bad weath- DECLARE YOUR WAR ON POVERTY! FINISH HIGH SCHOOL ( A high school graduate will earn an average of 5*4,000.00 more In his life- i'Yi"'! •„',! KK'J" !f ur .s«rt limi;. ti MONTHLY. When you araduale, yog will I nd lhat an American School Diploma brings an extra reward Wrlle or mi May lor Irte booklet «n» • ksion This is our 6!lh year. American School, po lio\ 622, Little Koch, Ark. ""> > ftt£ 1ESSON COUPON NAME ADDRESS CITV ZIP STATE • IIIIIIXIBIinilBIIIIIIIIIIIIfailtIAP-3111111111 CAN BELONG TO A BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD EMPLOYED GROUP If takes only two full time employees to qualify for the better benefits and savings offered by Blue Cross-Blue Shield Employed Group Mem- bership. Get the facts today! Greene, Mississippi, In Clay, Craighead, Poinsctl Counties: JIM HAWKINS 1105 Madison Jrmesboro 935-4871 ARKANSAS BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD 6th & Gaines Street • Little Rock 72203 18 n &T&W popat The RED BARN «•««•«. Gift Shop Florist FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (A-MYP) DIRECT FROM ITS RESERVED SEAT ENGAGEMENTS! FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES! Warner Bros: super action show of shows! BATTLE 'BARBARA WIE GEORGElldERHYHMDIHM H FREE WILL BAPTISTS Persons H-itli Free Will Baptist background or persons interested in establishing; a Free Will Baptist Church in Blytheville are asked to write FHEE \VII,L BAPTISTS, Rle. 3, Box 44, Conway, Arkansas 720VI2 . Thanks To You, • The voters and citizens of Blytheville, ;; for your vote of confidence. As your ' r \ councilman I will strive to serve you in a fair and just manner to the best of my ability . . . Thanks Again. Eddie Saliba SUN. MON. TUES. WED. (GA) JUilJflti'Y IICPBURH anw PCTCB, O'TOOLC C HUGH GRIFFITH wiimwYUK • H _ PANAVISIOM'.COLOR by DELUXI COMING SOON TO THE RITZ KALEIDOSCOPE - Warren Bcatty and Susanna York THAT DARN CAT - Haley Mills & Dean Jon» SPINOIJT _ With Elvis Prealcy ALVAREZ KELLV - With Wm. Holder, * Richard Wilmark Buefl W. Carter, MFA Agent 607 N. 6th Next Door to Dixie Plj Phont PO 3-3361

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