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•P*<« Tw> '- Blythevlllt (Ark.) Courier Newg - Saturagy, itovtmher II, MM — Society News — "Donna Smith, Society Editor MARrtlED Miss Glend* DeSpain 6t Manila and Jerry Don Killough of Caraway were married Oct. 20 in the Manila MSthodist Church. Miss Glenda DeSpain Weds jerry Don Killough In Manila ^SOCIETY Miss Glenda DeSpal|Mr. and Mrs. Pete Killough of :*;Mr. and Mrs. Floyd DeSpain •of Manila announce the mar- tfage of. their daughter, Glenda, 'Jg Jerry Don Killough, son of Caraway. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Glass Oct. 20 in the Manila Methodist Church. WITH MORE LEG SHOWING beneath heightened hemlines, leg grooming demands more attentioa than ever before. A new leg moisturizer counteracts the drying effects of soap and water and the chapping effects of winter. It softens hard, rough areas on heels, feet and knees. For a smoother shave, use this moisturizer after shaving if using an electric razor. With a safety razor the best results are achieved by using the product before shaving. PTA Reports Dell P.T.A. met Wednesday I afternoon in the cafeteria of the school. . Mrs. Marvin Lipford was in charge of the program on •"Birth Defects." She showed 'films to illustrate her discussion. The president's message was read by Mrs. Sonny James and Mrs. Joe Dildine was in charge j of the business session. It was annouced that the .room prize for the P.T.A. membership drive was won by Mrs. Caldwell's second grade .and Mr. Wright's eighth grade was second. Room count for the meeting was won by the seventh grade; and the first grade won second .place. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert I Payne, Mrs. Earl Sigman and ! Mrs. R. C. Riggs. Blytheville High School P.T.A. •met Tuesday afternoon at 3 in ,the school auditorium. Mrs. J. C. Guard, president, icalletl Ihe mccling to order and 'announced Iflat all parcts were inviled to visit the school since '. jl was National Education Week. • The devotion was given by I Mrs. Walter Hampton. ' Mrs. Dale Briggs, program •chairman, introduced Miss Mol.}]? Aiitry, choir director, who lold members present that a 'varsjtv choir had been formed .and I hey were known as The ;Si" in" O!C':"SP\VS. • T-, n c'lo'r <\T'T I wo selections, i •rnliCcil "Green Leaves of ! Summertime 1 ' and "Home, My Ho'np." I r>r. W. T. Ranw.itor, guest ;.< •'."". flnvp an Inlprrs'liv • discussion on the "Emotions and Frustrations of Parents and Adolescence." The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Jack Robinson, the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. Lucille Quell- malz urged everyone present to vote. Mrs. Guard Introduced Miss Effie Lee Terrell as the chairman of life P.T.A. membership. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Harry A. Haines also are on this committee. Room count was won by the senior class and it was announced that there will be no Phon« PO 8-4461 Dr. Workman Speaks To Woman's Club The Blytheville Woman's Club met yesterday at the Club House for their regular monthly luncheon and program meeting The decorations were in keep^ ing with the Thanksgiving season and included harvest vegetables, fall flowers and greenery. Mrs. Marcus Gaines, president, presided over the meeting. Mrs. Byr»n Moor* Sr., music chairman, was in charge of the music. Mrs. Ray Harrison sang Club Collect and a selection from The Sound of Music. She was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Bob Gardner. The program chairman, Mrs. Sam Haynes, introduced Dr. Wayne Workman who spoke on "Public Health." He discussed cancer, T. B., health examinations, school dental care, polio, hospitals and nursing homes. During the business session, Mrs. Gaines announced the district workshop to be held in Forrest City Nuv. 30. The program will be on the club project, H.E.L.P. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Ha Hollinsworth. Guests included Mrs. Hugh Hudson, Mrs. Lucy Henry, Mrs. Stella Wulf, Mrs. Mary Ema Reed, Mrs. Bob Gardner and Mrs. Ernest Roe. The meeting was adjourned jy the group singing the Star Spangled Banner. You can make s quick and good casserole from canned jotatoes and canned pie-sliced apples. Sweeten with brown sugar or maple sugar and dot ;enerously with butter. Nice to serve with roast turkey or ham at a buffet supper. Make up sugar syrup for use in summertime beverages. Stir together a cup each of sugar and water over low heat, until sugar dissolves; boil without stirring for about 5 minutes, 'our into a jar, cover tightly, cool and refrigerate. This sugar syrup may also be used for sweetening fresh fruit when you are preparing a fruit compote. LACE—A GENTLE PROTEST against violence and moral decadence should be in the wardrobe of every woman. It's hard to be anything but gracious in lace. Its the epitome of femininity and brings out the gentleness in the male species as welL Bits of News § &uy mo&uy ptr6ona t Have you ever tried using a swivel - bla.de vegetable peeler when you want to remove the outer covering from green peppers? ffijIIBIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIiUlllllnillMIIMJIIIinillllilKllllillllllNI!" Mrs. F. E. Scott has returned from attending the fall executive committee of the North Arkansas Conference of Woman's Sociey of Christian Service held at Aldersgate Camp in Little Rock. She is recording secretary of the conference. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jontz were in Dyersburg, Tenn.yeslerday :o attend the funeral of Mrs. Jontz's uncle, Elman Jester. Dr. and Mrs. Alex Stephens Hill III announce the birth of a ion born Nov. 10 in San Fran- :isco. He has been named Alexnder Shantih. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Hill of Blytheville and Mrs. Gay Keisler of Dallas, Tex. Mis Jane Marble, former Blytheville resident, Ann Hyatt, Kathy Martin, and Mary Rhoad- is of Osceola, have pledged ilhovette Social Club at Mississippi State College for Women. Ronald Austin of Blytheville was one of 17 new mebers recently initiated by the Pershing Rifles, a national honorary military society at Arkansas State. Coming Ei-enb Eastern Star's Have Special Program Chapter 279 Order of Eastern Star met recently at the Masonic Temple to observe Friend ship night. Preceding the meeting, a special friendship program was presented. Guests were from Monette, Leachville, Manila Wilson, Osceola. Senath, Mo., and Caruthersville. . O.E.S. chapters were welcome and given friendship wish es from a wishing well. Included in the program were poems and messages of friendship by Mrs. Lovie Hester, Mrs. Mary Craig and Mrs. Reba Davis. A solo was sung by Mrs. Jewel Holdaway, who was accompanied by Mrs. Oline Williams. Following ceplion was dining room. The serving tables were decorated with fall flowers, leaves and ing turkeys. Individual tables were centered with fall leaves and candles. Members served themselves sandwiches and assorted party foods. Hostesses for the evening were Maidie and Pete Burgess, Zola and J. W. Rea, Beulah and C. A. Moody and Glenda Holland. BETROTHED - Miss Betty Jean Shannon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shannon, will become the bride of Jerry Curtis in a December 16lh ceremony. the- meeting, a re- l\/f: n ~RaH\) held in the Temple \J.V±m £>eily To Wed •- Jerry Curtis In December Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shannon i A December 16th wedding Is mnounce the engagement of | planned by the couple. December meeting. Sudbury P.T.A. met Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. for Father's night with Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, vice president, presiding. The devotional, in song, was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hancock, and Marvin, Gerald and Lou Ann, accompanied by Miss Diane Branscum. Mrs. Louis Holmes read the president's message. Following a short business meeting, Mr. McSpadden, principal introduced pane] mebers, Mrs. Julia Penn, elementary supervisor, Mrs. Pride, Mrs. Strickland and Summerville, who discussed "Modern Math." Room count was won by Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Osipuk. Fourth grade mothers were hostesses for the social. The next meeting will be Jan. 11. Mond a y C.W.F. Circles of First Christian Church meet in the following homes: Charity group with Miss Lela Beck; Hope group, ' 'with Mrs. A. G. Hall, Faith group with Mrs. Harry Brown and Love group with Mrs. Tom Adkinson. American. Legion Auxiliary ; meets at 8 p.m. in the Little j Hut. Lake Street Woman's Society of Christian Service. Sacetts Extension Homemakers Club. Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Tuesday New Liberty Baptist W.M.S. Airmen's Wives Club meets at Service Club. Lone Oak Extension Homema-' kers Club | Rainbow Girls meet at Ma-, sonic Temple at 7 p.m. Junior High P.T.A. meets at 3 p.m. in the school library. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit meets at Shamrock Lanes. African Violet Club meets at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Mike Buchannan and Mrs. John Waldcn as co-hostess. Wednesday Great Books Club meets at 9:30 in the home of Mrs. C. L. Dicked cooked chicken mixed with celery and mayonnaise their daughter, Betty Jean, to Jerry Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Curtis, both of Blytheville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shannon of Friars Point, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Wilson of Longview. Tex. Mr. Curtis is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lollar of makes a good salad. But if you g an Mr . g want to vary this, try adding J R Cur(is of Blytheville. currypowder and cooked rice. Serve on lettuce with a garnish of seedless grapes. Lovely ending for a dinner party: chocolate tee cream served with coffee oliqueur. G. Calumet News A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mn. Buddy Howard Tills is a wonderful world - for some people. But precious few can realistically say, "County your blessings". We, In this land, represent only a tiny fraction of tht world's population. More than THREE BILLION people inhabit out world. Even if \ve pinpoint an example of unlimg- Incable poverty in our midst the poverty would appear trivial when compared with startling statistics of poverty In other parts of the world. The statistics show poverty in the worst sense - curse Innocent people and knifen them where It hurts the most - in the stomach. Of the more than three billion people on earth, four out of five are known to be underfed. Even more disturbing, two out of three have NEVER had enough to eat. These two out of three have constant hunger. Every day of every week, they scrounge lor food and never, never find enough. With this «ituation, who can say God helps him who helps himself? These people don't know HOW to help themselves and don't have the mentis to do »o even if they did know how. This in the biggest and most urgent problem facing the world today; to give these people th» right sort of help for them lo have • chance to help themselves . . . MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. end in Okalona, Miss., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin White. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Rea White and family of De- caterville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. James Green \ Mrs. Gertrude King is visit- of Clear Lake and Roda Forest ing her daughter, Mrs. Harvey ! of Chicago were guests Wed- McGill, and Mr. McGill and;nesday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred family in Pontiac, Mich. ' Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miles j Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wilson of and family of Steele were guests i Little Rock were weekend guest Sunday of their daughter and, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon La- J. B. Lollar. rue. . Brenda Loyd is visiting this Miss Jo Arm Wright and Miss .week with Mr. and Mrs. Talor Carolyn Goodman of Gosnell; her grandparents in Kennett. were the Sunday guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jay McCormick McWalcrs. Central P.T.A. meets at 3 p.m. 97th ARS Wives Club Thursday Episcopal Church Bazaar Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club Women of Blytheville Air Base Chapel meet at Chapel lex. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club C & N Club meets at 6:45 with Mrs. Philip Applebaum. Friday Episcopal Church Bazarr Cotton Boll Small Car Club meets at 8 p.m. at Central Motors. Chapter N of P.E.O. Sisterhood meets. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League mets at Shamrock Lanes at 1:15 p.m. ritiviLBGEa AunruuiiED 4* SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courtei Mem BLYTHEVILLE 4RK SJJ* - 12318 Barr7 Vf Ralnt-s Hubllstm jtd >'. Walnut Sti Rljthevilk Ark PubllsDea dally except Sunday decond class orotagt naia at Bly- .nerllle Art HOMF DRLITT.nl KATES IB BlythefUlft and rowrw la th« Blythevtlle tradi termnr? Dally 35c pat wtftk BV MAM. PAYABLE I* Au.AMfK Within SO mile* ni BIjthATtlla 18.00 pet rear Unrc thao 50 mllrn Iron- Blrtbertll* 118.00 per rear and Mrs. Verncst Larue.. spent the weekend with h i s Miss, Sherri Ford of Blythe- mother, Mrs. Olene McCormick ville, was the Sunday guest of I at Wardell, Mo. Mary and Veronica Glover. Janan White, granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Whtle ; of Mrs. N. F. White appeared and family, and Mrs. N. F. Ion Talent Party as Girl of The White recently spent the week-' Week, Saturday. THE MENU SUNDAY, NOV. 13 Appi-Teaser Salad Coffee or Tea ENTREE (Choose From 25) Vegetables (Choose From 12) Dessert Blytheville's Newest and Finest Restaurant Private dining rooms for all occasions - Business meetings, social gatherings, wedding receptions. Make reservations early — tor your company's Christmas parties DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8108 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. LAST TIME TODAY "How to Steal a Million" with Audrey Hepburn SUN. - MON. - TUES. WED. ..WITH TBII NIW, Innimutuxc I MOTION TICTUm Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY OF THE BULGE"—with Henry Fonda and Robert Shaw (A-.MY! 1 ) 'SUN. •MON. eTUES •WED. (GA) Having > a wonderful crime... wish you were here I HUGH GRIFFITH CHaRLe§ norm - WUIIU tflUR • HlmoljlW PANAVlSIOfTCOLOR byDELUW The Rltz Theatre Is pleased to announce that "The Gospel According to St- Matthew," universally acclaimed as the fin. est motion picture version of the life of Christ ever made, will open on Nov. 17 (or 2 days only at the Kit*. Since Its American premiere In New York early (his year, "The Gospel" has attracted hish praise on every level. . .ai entertainment, as an educational experience, and as a truly moving: rclijious masterpiece. Presbyterian Life wrote: "The film hypnoli7es one with a suggestion that this Is really what happened when God took on human form. The impact is of such magnitude that it raises Pasollnl'" movie into the realm of greatness." And In the New York Times, Bosley Crowthcr wrote: "The portrayal of Jesus is unforgettable, • .a crescendo of excitement and Involvement with the fervor and passion of Jesus." In 1064, "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" was awarded the Grand Prize as the hcst film of the year hy the International Catholic Film Office, the first time any film on th« life of Chrirt wan «o honored..The Catholic Film Newsletter called the film "an extraordinary translation of the Gospel to the screen, one always faithful to the text and at the •ame time perfectly realized in the art of the motion picture." Jubilee Magazine stated, "The Impossible has happci"-d:" i film about the life of Christ, which is beautiful, cr ' 'ile, lane and fit to be seen by any person of normal verbo: ly," Today's Family, said " 'The Gospel According to St. Matthew" li the greatest film of Ihe life of Christ ever made!" FEATURES START AT 2:0(1 - 4:20 - 7:00 - 9:15 COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ KALEIDOSCOPE - Warren Realty and Susanna York THAT DARN CAT - Haley Mills & Denn Jones SPINOUT — With Elvl« Presley ALVAREZ KELLY — With Win. Holden A Richard Wltmark Buell W. 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