The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1967 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 9, 1967
Page 5
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Blythevlll* (Ark.) Courier Newg — Monday, January 9, 1967 — Pag« Fivt Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 ONE CHIC NEW WAY TO WEAK a pantsuit is with a precisely tailored shirt massed with deep red, gold and white flowers. Lady Arrow's choice (left) Is a Mend of Avnl rayon and cotton in durable press. Avril rayon and polyster are Wended in the striped fabric (right) in earth brown and white. A granddad style but by Gant Shirtmakers, fills shirt shows its Victorian heritage with, proper white collar and cuffs. SMALL KITCHEN TAKES on new personality with little expense. Homemaker (left) nseselectric glue gun to secure patent-like black and white vinyl to cart previously nf^v to iulfe yafd. The vinyl Is added to folding tabletop (right) in kitchen with new brick pattern in cushioned vinyl. Black vinyl countertop frames a colored double oval sink. Venetian blinds are used to shut off utility area. yourself 507. OH Flattery Prints Bright eojors in 100% ESTRON acetate. 45" wide. Reg. $1.98. 99V Boucle Crepe Dresses, blouses.' 95% rayon, 5% nylon. 45" wide.. Reg. $1.98. 99* yd Super Flannel By Singer. '85% wool, 15% Nylon. Keg. 53.98. 54" $400 L Yd. Cotton Suede pants, and jackets, 100% cotton. 56" wide. Beg. $2.98. $149 1 Yd. Rent a SINGER* sewing machine and 25% Off Christmas Notions—sewing start sewing today. Ask about the baskets, boxes, and SINGER* pinking monthly rental plan at SINGER. shears. 30% off selected.buttons. What's new for tomorrow fe at SIN C E R today r SINGER IN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phone PO 2-2782 pits of News| I ,/ / t moitttt pei-Aonal | liiiniBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiii Mrs. B. F. Gay Sr. returned yesterday from Memphis after a week's visit with her son, B. F. Gay, and Mrs. Gay. Bill Nelson has returned to Southern Methodist University after spending the holidays with his parents . Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Chil- drcss announce the birth of a daughter, born Saturday morning. She has been named Cindy Lee. They are also parents of two other daughters, Gaye Anne 6 and Rene, 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Childress and Mr. and Mrs. Victor SUIwell all of Blytheville. Mrs. Childress Is in room 545 at Baptist Hospital in Memphis Mrs. Juanita Wisman, wife of Sgt. Keith Wisman, will enter Millington Naval Hospital today for major surgery. Ke» netti R. Allred of Laurel, Miss, will be with her. John Germain is attending a 10-day institute on management of capital investments at Iowa State University this week. are cordially invited to attend ,he dutch treat luncheon. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Richard Rose at PO 3-9267. Living with People A good listener asks the right question at the right time. Bunco Group Has Meeting The first Bunco group m e t recently n the home of Mrs. Bertie Wilbanks. Prizes went to Yvonne Petty, big buncos; Dclores Minor, Mrs. Wilbanks for travelling and Edna Saliba, booby. Refreshments were served to the members present. The second bunco group will meet Jan. 24 in the home of Mrs. Brenda Williams and the first group will also meet with Mrs. Williams Feb. 7. Appreciation Luncheon Will Be Friday The annual teachers appreciation luncheon will be held at the Dixie Pig Friday, Jan. 13, at 12 noon. All parents of Central P.T.A. Announcing Opening Of 'S HOT TAMALE HOUSE 115 A West Main St. Home Made Mexican Hot Tamales Cooked In Corn Shucks —ALSO— American Food For All The Family ORDERS TO GO OUT OPEN 11AM to 8PM CLOSED ON SUNDAY Tliu slopes of Ml. Hood, Ore., Ihe United States lave (he longest ski season in lober to July. from Oc- Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy during the illness and death of our loved one, Lucinda Cole Dunavant. Special thanks to Dr. Workman, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Brock and the hospital staff. May God Bless Each One of You. Sam Dunavanl, Husband Mrs. R. J. Cole, Mother & Brother & Sisters A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By »lrs. Buddy Howard WHO? MX . .? IMPORTANT. . ? Yxs. You arx important. This illustration shows you why . . . This typxwrilxr works O.K. xxcxpt for bnx kxy. With 46 othxr kxys, you might thing this onx kxy would not count for much. But this onx kxy is nxxdxd so badly, thx wholx works is toolxd up on account of it. In your homx, your work, your church, your club, you ark only onx pxrson. But you arx a kxy pxrson. You arx just as important as this kxy on thx typxwritxr. Any timx you think dlHxrxntly you can foul things up just likx this onx kxy doxs. Xdmund Burkx puts it anothxr way - "All that is nxcxs- sary for thx loroxs of xvil to win in thx world is for xnough good mxn to do nothing." MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNXRAL HOMX. TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IN HAYS January CLEARANCE All prices are drastically reduced on fine quality, nationally advertised wearing apparel for all the family. Now is the time to chalk up savings on real up-to-the minute styles in apparel. Men's & Boy's Our entire stock of Winter Sport Coats, Sport Shirts, Jackets, Sweaters, Felt Hats, Stadium Coats, Zip - Out Lining Long Coats. ! /2 Price Ladies SPORTSWEAR Large selection Juniors & Misses Wool Sweaters, Skirts, Slacks, Tops, Marching Blouses. Car Coats & Dress Coats NOW Price Ladies Soft Pastel Woolen Skirts Sweaters-pants, matching blous- es, One and Two-piece Dresses, All Famous Names, New Styles. Ideal for now and Spring. VsOff Large Selection Girls SPORTSWEAR Including Skirts, Blouses, Sweaters, and Sets. Famous Name Brands. VsTo ! /2 Price Quality PIECE GOODS Several thousand yards includ- ing famous Woolens, No-Iron Signature Cotton Prints and many other fabrics. Ladies SLEEPWEAfl Finest selection ladies Robes and Dusters. All are famous brands. V3 Off 1/2 Off Shop Hays For Every-Day Savings All Sales Final No Exchanges No Refunds Alterations Extra

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