The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1966 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 27, 1966
Page 3
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t — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 HOLLAND NEWS Mrs. Joe Lester The Holland unit P.T.A. of South Pemiscot met Thursday , afternoon, Dec. 15 at 1:30 p.m. in the junior high gym for its regular monthly meeting. The entertainment was choral music by the junior high music department led by L. V. Martin. Mrs. Lorene Clark was the accompanist. The junior high concert band led by Larry Maness played several numbers. Mr. and Mrs. Redder Rogers spent Monday through Thursday in Martin, Tenn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rogers and family. Mrs. Bill Crosskno and daughters of Burdette, Ark., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Jones. Mrs. E. O. (Gertie) Scott entered Chickasawba Hospital Monday morning and underwent major surgery Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson Jr., and Frank Jackson Sr., of Umphery, Ark., spent Friday in the home of M. and Mrs. Calvin Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Webb spent the weekend in Mountain Home, Ark. Frank Copeland of Memphis visited with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin Jr. Mrs. Arthur Kelley is recuperating at her home after being a patient in the Pemiscot Memorial Hospital in Hayti for several days. Last Sunday dinner guest of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor, were Aaron Taylor of Memphis. Mrs. Hazel Hemmingway and son Jimmy of Hayli and Mr. and Mrs. James Norman of Caruthersville. Mrs. Evelyn Robertson has been a patient in the Hayti hospital several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin Jr. announce the birth of their third child. Malcom Todd. He, was born Dec. 9 at tfie Dunklin County Memorial Hospital in Kennett. Mr. John Duvall of Wau-1 chula, Fla., is confined to his! home there after suffering a : stroke. . _ . : Mrs. Joe M. (Grace) Shellon , is recuperating at her home in Memphis after being a patient : in St. Joseph's Hospital for sev-, eral days. i Mr. and Mrs. West Carl Rich- i ardson (Ethel May Higgins) of Wichita, Kansas have moved to Tulsa, Okla., where he is employed by the~Bowen Air Craft Co. F f s'W . -• m The coslume in every variety is in for spring. Hannah Troy's costume (left) teams a black and white wool plaid coat with a white jersey knit dress with black trim and buttons. Wool plaid dress (right) by Monte Sano and Pruzan has its own matching stole. ANNOUNCEMENT The dividend rate for the first six months of 1967 will be four and three- quarters percent, per annum. Money received in our office by the tenth of the month will earn from the first of the month. You now may present your passbook to have 1966 dividends posted. Withdrawals before the 29th of the December will result in loss of dividend. BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PRE-INVENTORY Price Sale MISSES, JUNIORS & CHILDREN'S WINTER DRESSES * JUNIOR AND MISSES WINTER SPORTSWEAR * LADIES WINTER HATS * CHILDREN'S AND LADIES WINTER COATS * ONE GROUP CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR 224 WEST MAIN Junior Miss Pageant This Week Entries.from this area in the Arkansas Junior Miss Pageant at Little Rock this week include Kay Jackson, Leachville; Judi Alexander, Manila; Cathy Whitaker, Wilson; Alice Mickey Paragould; Marsha Young, Corning and Lela Adams, Monette. A total of 56 high school seniors will compete for the state title Dec. 27 through Dec. 30 at Robinson Auditorium. The final judging will be Friday at 8 p.m. The Junior Miss program is a scholarship and community development youth project for high school students and is spon. sored by the Arkansas Youth Council. The 1967 winner will receive an all - expense - paid trip to America's Junior Miss Pageant at Mobile, Ala., next March and a ?500 scholarship. If you want to braise endive, split the stalks in half lengthwise. Then cook the endive, cut edges up, in a big skillet in a small amount of salted water. Dress the drained endive with melted butter and lemon juice. Blytheville (Ark.) Courier Nsws - Tuesday, December 27, 19C9 Ptgt Fl'vt For an absolutely delicious | Chopped cooked broccoli is an cole slaw, season the shredded excellent vegetable dish to juice, salt, pepper and a suspicion of mustard; then whip serve with broiled or baked fish Give the broccoli a dressing of cream and fold into the slaw, i melted bullcr and lemon juice. Dresses for spring will please both the young-at-heart and the sophisticate. White crepe dress (left) with black trim is frbm Junior Sophisticates. Navy crepe coat dress (right) by Jo Copeland for Patullo-Jo Copeland has pleated insert of silk pau, full-length sleeves and self-bowed neck. Baste baked apples several times with their own syrup af- ter you take them out of She oven. As apples and syrup cool. Dr. Fred O. Wagner announces the opening of his office at a new location for the general practice of . DENTISTRY At 519 WEST MAIN Blytheville, Arkansas Office Hours By Appointment 8a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Telephone PO 34000 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY what fabulous savings on fashion coats and jackets WONDERFUL WINTER JACKETS You're sure to warm up to these great jacket values! Even at their original price, they were out- standing buys. Now you can have the jacket of your choice at a new low, low price. Plushy piles, sporty corduroys, rich wools and more, too. Great looks at a marvelous price. That's Penney's for you! Sizes for everyone. 17 88 20 88 Originally $21 Ori 9 inally $25 FASHION FAVORITE COATS Taken out of our regular slock and repoced for exciting savings! See all your favorites, theories you've been eyeing aft season crt a lower-rhan- ever-price! Beautifully fashioned coats m luxury fabric blends ... newest colors, exciting silhou- ettes. Sizes for alt. Hurry over for the best selection! And, you'H save plenty! 188 30 88 36 Originally $35 88 Originally $40-54 Q U LIKE IT? CHARGE IT! STORE HOURS: Mon. - Tues. - Wed. - Thurs, - 9 to 5 Friday & Saturday-9 to 8 220 W. Main St. Phone PO 2-2263 Blytheville, Ark.

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