The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 10, 1967
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Two - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, J«nuity », 1fJt_ rMdingClub l» Formed - ; :.ii:Mrs. Betty Newcbmb was ' htfsttss to a group of 27 at the • IWgWood Club house last week, '••"• : The purpose of the meeting ' was' to organize a horseback •'.'-rising -club. Tlie name chosen for the club was Chickasaw r.-gaddlers.y . .'. Vi ^Officers elected were prcsi- ; vdemv Leon Franks; vice president; David Craig; secretary, Betty-N e w c o-mb; treasurer, . Gcan Widnor;.. reporter, Mrs. * icttfi Franks. : ' June Craig was elected mem: bfership chairman. = _^A_ committee of five as selected to write the by-laws and "fifSient them to'the group at Hie next meeting. David Craig -was elected chairman of this committee. • i;Mrs. Franks isan charge «f ; tfie."committee to work on the club flag and colors. : ---iSgular meetings will be the ': fiteE Saturday night in • a c h jjHjj|th" at-7 p.m. :-'Assisting Mrs. Newcomb with -hostess duties were Charlotte Leo Franks, Billy and ty.Widner. PW Club Meet -aulirie Carmon, president " : 'j|ihita : Davis, Madalynne Van .'fjj|r e , Alice Gordon, Maude : ®dwin and Ann Lombard! at- v,fi»Saad the January board meet- ttSgof Business and Professiona Warken in Little Rock Saturday llSt Sunday. |ieaker at the banquet was isfirst vice president, Ruth na of Rogers. She present•a skit on past, present am "JSwre business and professiona "«ipen. *S$ workshop was conducted Saturday fay Mrs, Lombard!. '•''•STie Business and Professiona '•jfeicn's Club will meet Tues ,$M at the Gof£ Hot(il at ; i&ostesses will be Miss Mary ."Stffi Wright, Polly Owen and Mable Lunsfbrd. The program will be a pane 8i§cussion on 'World Affairs' wtfi Maude Godwin in charge. Members of the panel will include Juanita Davis, Helen An- lehougen, Zola Scott and Billy Marshall. MARCHERS' MARQUEE — Students of Blytheville High School have commandeered the marquee of Treasure Jewelers on West Main 'and are using it to advertise the current March of Dimes campaign. The campaign ends Jan. 31. (Courier News Photo) Newcomers Have Luncheon Tlie Newcomers Club met Friday in the Goff Hotel for their regular luncheon meeting. Mrs. Sally Tomme, president, presided over the meeting and introduced the following guests; Marge Vannory, Alepha Ivy, Louise Dennis, Helen Edwards, Ona Kirkland and Carol Knight. piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiniiHiiiiiiini pits of News | \ ,f /I m moAttij personal | liiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Those attending the inaugura- iion of Rockefeller in Little Rock today from Blytheville include Bill Foster, Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. George Dillahunty. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend ret- imed yesterday after visiting her mother, Mrs. W. R. Brown, and her sister, Mrs. Melvin E. Gibbs, in Lufkin, Tex. Mrs. W. L. Homer is spending the day in Memphis. Mrs. Henry Humphreys has returned from Fort Smith where she visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Zant. Miss Becky Rainwater will return to Dallas, Tex., tomorrow after spending the holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. She is a jun- Plans were discussed for the befJan. 21 for members and '. their guests. Kay Hill and Sara Pittman are chairmen for the party. A special thanks went to Miss Pearl Lee for her program on making and displaying Christmas decorations. Following the business meel- ing_.bridge was played.. Winners were Fern D 1 x b n, high and Mary Sandow, low. Prizes awarded were furnished by.. Gibson's and Westbrook's Fashions. ior at Southern Methodist Uni- America's Fraudy Females More Than a Hank of Hail Mrs. Caldwell Is Hostess Chapter N of P-.E.O. Sisterhood met Friday in the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell Jr. The program was entitled, "Transportation," and was discussed by Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, program leader. A business meeting preceded the program and afterward the hostess served refreshments. The next meeting will be Jan. 20 in the home of Mrs; C. W. Afflick Jr. with Mrs. Dan Cald- weli and Mrs T. E. Geeslin as co-hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Sam- Tune and children have returned to their home in Oklahoma City after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson and Mr. "nd Mrs. S. E. Tune. Miss Lana Anderson will return to Southern Methodist University, where she is a freshman, tomorrow after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cur- iiss Anderson, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson. Mrs. J. E. Beasley is in Memphis today visiting her aunt who is ill in a Memphis Hospital. Max Holderby will leave tomorrow for Dallas, Tex., where he will resume his studies at Southern Methodist University after spending three weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holderby. Remember Pay Your Haper Boy Cooked asparagus, cut in short lengths, may be dipped in a batter and deep-fat fried. Sometime, add some grated Parmesan cheese to the batler for delicious flavor. Liver will go through a meat chopper easily if it is scalded or cooked briefly in simmering water. Use the chopped liver In meat cakes or meat patties. By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON | Fashion Edi'or NEW YORK (AP) — Constructing a woman's appearance is a lot more complicated than assembling a rag, bone and a hank of hair. It takes several dozen brushes, paint pots, glue, glisleners, sequin strips, eye fringe, hair pieces, specially engineered lingerie that pushes up or flattens in, and a bulging wardrobe of outerwear conceived to deceive. ,lusl how the fraudy female creates some of her facades we demonstrated with microscopic cruelty Monday for fashion and bcaiity writers here for the coty program. It was a part of the American Designer spring previews being held throughout this week.. A plain face the size of a ballroom screen took on high cheek bones, and long thin nose with one brown brush. Sags and eye bags disappeared with a little white. So it went, until the face was complete with salanic eyes and eyebrows, framed, .in hairpieces. Then the face, was denuded and repainted, this time getting a glow on with glitter powder, strips of scqueins on the eyelids, even black and white tiger stripes under the eyes. Designer Gcoffery Beene in- dicaated that he was cooperating with the deceptive woman by driving her fashion silhouettes that did not necessarily conform to her own. Whatever the style was, a copy of his Vatican vestments — called the Padre — or his big girl version of a little girl dress, it almost always did a good job of the figure, from narrow shoulders to wide, sometimes very wide, hemlines. What Beene called his prophetic shape was a doll-waistcd dress with side fullness that would easily camouflage that well-known occuptional hazard, secretarial spread. Along with these were skinny coats and slithery sheaths in wild silk prints, designed figuratively for the woman with nothing to hide. Hemlines in Beetle's collection were very, very short about five inches above th knee — for daytime, floor length and sweepingly full for evening Auxiliary To: Have Benefit Doming Events Tuesday Business and Professional Wonen's Club • Broadmoor Garden Club Yarbro Extension Homema- ;ers Club 21st Communications Squad^ on Wives Service Club, 7:30 .m. Homcmakers Extension Club Blytheville Junior Auxiliary Beta Sigma Phi City Council Blytheville High School P.T.A. p.m., executive board at 2:30 i.m. Armorel - ettes meet with Mrs. Solon : Dobbs- Hammond Organ Society at Bill Hurst Studio in Plaza Shop- ling Center 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Dogwood Extension Club 1:30 p.m. .•'•'•- Sudbur-y P.T.A. meets at 3 p.m. Executive board at 2:301 i.m; Town and Country extension}, Homemakers Club meets at 12!/V\rS. witSi Mrs. T. B. Richardson. Clear Lake Baptist WMU Armorel Woman's Missionary Union 7:30 p:m. Dell First Baptist WMU Dell P.T.A. at 3 p.m. — Society News — . * . nl_ 1tl\ •} Donna Smith, Society Editor Trinity WMU Has Meeting ''Trinity Baptist WMU mk last night for the general missionary and royal service program with 11 members present. The watchword was repeated and the opening prayer was given by. Mrs. Ada Berry. . Mrs. Claude Brewer gave the calendar of prayer. The business sessibn was presided over by the president, Mrs. Idelle Lowe. The program, entitled "An Ex panding Response To Christ's Commission," was led by Mrs. Webb, Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. J. D. Eatmon, Mrs. Bobby Nbwlin and Mrs. Lowe The meeting was closed with Nazarene World Mission Society at 7:30 p.m. '. Chapter D of P.E.O. Sister- :ioori meets Af flick with Mrs; C. W. Thursday Golden Age Club Junior Members of Dud- Cason Unit, AL Auxiliary 7 p m. in Little Hut • Lutheran Women's Missionary League '.'..' Blytheville Jaycettes . •Family Services Coffee Kings ley Hall 1:30 p.m. : ' . ; ." : - Club 28 • Friday Central School teachers appreciation banquet Dixie Pig 12 noon. .•: •: : Blytheville Extension Home kers Club 1:30 p.m. • Woman's Club of Blylheville 1 p.m. at Clubhouse. ;' Saturday Duplicate Bridge League at Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.m. Presides Over WMU Meeting The W.M.U. Council of the day circles of the'First Baptist church met Monday for an executive board meeting with Mrs Wayne Friday, president, presiding. Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr. gave the call tft prayer and the opening prayer. After the council business meeting, a royal service program was held in the sanctuary with circle Seven' in charge of the program. ' Mrs. Alvis Carpenter led in singing the hymn. ''The opening prayer was given by Mrs. E. L: Hale with Mrs. B'ob Jowers giving the call to prayer. Mrs. Paul Westbrobk, circle chairman, presented the program, "The Commission and Missionary 'Expansion." She was assisted by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, Mrs. J. C. Lee and Mrs. Jowers. x The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Westbrook. The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night for a joint melting with the legion. They viewed a film on birth defects for the March of Dimes. A business meeting followed lie film. Plans were made for .lie bridge- and canasta benefit for the March of Dimes. It was voted that the Auxiliary would help with the mother's march. The bridge and canasta party will be held at the Legion Hut Friday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m.-j Admission will be $1 and all j clubs are invited to attend. Mrs. Josephine Williams closed the meeting with prayer. THEATRE four Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••!••••••• STARTING TIME Mem; thru Fri.—7:30 P.M, Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. Tuesday & Wednesday die laughing! THE flussiAHS -ARECOMINR" V MIMiiPilUI P^ nitnsnr ^•^Niitowiiisis CARL REINER EVAMiESMNT BRIftN KEITH JONHTHftN WINTERS PRIVILEGES dUTHORIZED » SECOND CLASS 'MAIL BlytiicTille Courier New» BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72316 Harry W Halnes, fiitmsher '3rd *t Walnut sts Blythevillei Art:. 'Published daily except- Sunday Second class pnstage paid at Blyr thevlllc. Ark. HOJlE DELIVER? RATES In Elycbeville and towns tri tht Blytheville trade territory r.ftlly 35c OB* w«et BY MAIL PAYABLE "N ADVANCE Within 50 miles 01 BlytheviUe $8.00 pel yen More than 50 miles from .Blytbevillt J18.CO per year Box Office dperts at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (A) POTONT! NO OKI V*M« « *IU ELRZHBETH ¥HVLOR RlBMRRO BURTON «COMf*NHI> «V HIS Wltm._ IN ERNEST LEHMAN'S PflOOUCnON Of EDWARD ALBEE-S VIRBIMIH WOOLF? Phone PO 3-1461 Yarbro WMU Has Program Members of "Yarbw Baptist WMU met last night for the regular monthly meeting and rayal service program with Mrs. Paul Hay. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Sue Lane. The program 'was entitled, "An Expanding Response To Christ's Commission in the Philippines," and those participating on the program were Mrs. Betty Smith, Mrs. L. D. Daniels, Mrs. Tolley Campbell and Mrs. Hay. Mrs. Smith dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments of cake and punch were served by the hostess during the social hour. TWIN FUN at Milan, Italy, had two sisters blending the traditional and the modern in fashion at the famous La Scala opera house during opening night festivities. Margherita Fera- bqli, right, wears a "mini- shorts" evening outfit, while her lister Rossana sports the more traditional evening dress. Living with People Children often are cruel to each other. A firm adult hand "encourages" kindness. Ever team cooked diced rutabaga with white sauce? The mild flavored sauce goes well with the hearty vegetable If you are adding a vanilla bean to-sugar, be sure to keep the mixture in a tightly covered container. Reserve District No. 8 State No. 81-105 $1.00 ADMISSION TO ALL COMING SOON TO THE RIXZ ARRIVEDERCI BABY — With . Tony Cnrtis ... . THE PROFESSIONALS — With Burl L»nc»«ter & Let MtrviB NOT WITH MY WIFE — With Tony Cmtls The Big Value Event of The Year! The Sale You Have Waited For. At Berry's Ladies Toggery • 301 W. Main Come Early-Save More All Ladies and Misses Fall and Winter . Coats - Suits - Dresses - Hats And Sportswear... Cut In Half Report Of Condition Of The Farmers Bank & Trust Company of Blytheville, Arkansas, at the close of business December 31, 1966, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this 'District. " ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items,.•- jn process of collection !'.' 2,417,531.08 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,217,981.25 Obligations of Siates and .political subdivisions 2,897,886.53 Other securities:(including $1.00 corporate stocks) ... 321,001.00 Other, loans and discounts : 12,537,183.97 .Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other : assets representing bank premises .. 36,795.44 Real estate owned'other than bank premises ........ 1.00 Other assets ':.• 86.030.55 TOTAL ASSETS ........19,514,410.82 ,.-,.. LIABILITIES .Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, :.:and corporations 10.017,527.5J Time, and savings deposits of individuals, .".•partnerships, and corporations 5,011.859,01 Deposits of United States Government 85.347.41 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,923.408.53 Deposits of commercial banks 77.113.89 Certified and officers' checks, etc 183,358.05 TOTAL DEPOSITS $17,302,614.44 (a) Total demand deposits $11,627,262.90 (b) Total time pnd savings deposits . .$ 5,675,351.54 Other liabilities,(including none mortgages'and other ' liens on baiik'premises and other real estate..... 42,873.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES :'..'...'.:..' .17,345,487.44 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common • stock—total par value ?25.00 200,000.00 No. shares authorized 8000 No. shares outstanding 8000 Surplus 1,500.000.08 Undivided profits ' 408,923.38 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 60,000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS :...., 2,168,923.38 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. .19,514,410.82 * ; MEMORANDA Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 16,469,221.15 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 12,813,881.76 Loans as shown in "Assets" are after deduction - of valuation reserves of 178,941.26 ' I, Lee A. Crowe, Vice-President, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. LEE A. CROWE We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. R. A. PORTER F. E. WARREN J. L. CHERRY, Directors State of Arkansas, County of Mississippi ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of January, 1967. BURLEENE BRINN SHEOFEE (SEAL) : Notary Public

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