The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1961 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 23, 1961
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1W1 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS News — MM. Paul Donnelly Society Editor Phone 8-1461 NE'VS OF THE Blytheville Girl Scout Neighborhood Association held its first regular meeting at t h e Little House Thursday with 17 members present. , Meeting wai called to order by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, chairman, who announced that Mrs. Frank Swindle will be publicity director for the year. Mrs. Newcomb asks all leaders to turn in their news to Mrs. Swindle as soon s possible. It was announced that the NCPC Parade will be held on Oct. 12. Girl 'Jcouts have been asked to march in the parade again this year, and to enter a float if so desired. Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, field director of Crowley's Ridge Girl Scout council, was introduced by Mrs. Newcomb. For the benefit of all new leaders, Mrs. Richardson discussed .registration ft rms and how to order equipment for the troops. She also urged leaders to register their troops before the troop birthday. Mrs. Wallace Thornborough volunteered to handle the uniform exchange. People who have a Brownie or Girl Scout uniforiii to buy or sell, may call Mrs.Thornborough at Poplar 2-2791. Troop 96 registered 12 girls from Central and Fairview fifth grades. Mrs.'K. L. Dodson, leader, asks anyone interested in joining this troop to call Poplar 3-8975. Meetings are held on Monday afternoons at the Little House at Walker Park. Troop 112 registered nine girls from Central, Fairview and Sudbury Sixth grades. Anyone interested in joining may call Mrs. Swindle at Poplar 3-3627. Meetings are presently being hMd at the Junior Auxiliary House on Wednesday afternoons. Calvary Choir Elects New Officers Adult Choir of Calvary Baptist Church niet last night for a social and an organizations! meeting. Officers installed are: Garland Butler, president; Mrs. Charles Tankersley, first vice president; Mrs. Harold Ray, second vice-president, Mrs. BUI Jones, recording secretary; Mrs. Ed Williams, treasurer; Wendell Edwards, librarian; Mrs. W. F. O'Neil, robe chairman, and Mrs. Lillie ; Huffman, soprano, and Mrs. Dorothy Morgan, alto, section chairmen. Pianist is Phillip Robinson and Mrs. Ed Williams is organist. Charles Tankersley it choir director. Meeting was adjourned and following refreshments, the Rev. Harold Ray gave a 'devotional. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Eubanks of West Jtemphis and Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Eubanks and daughter Helen Ruth of Joiner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Eubanks Sunday. Air. and Mrs. Lanney Rochelle of dhicago are guests of Mrs. R. F Banks. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were guests in the home of Mrs. Ola Williams and family at Lafe Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Langley and daughter of Cash visited with Mr. and Mrs. Williarn Langley Thursday. The Rev. Jim MarUr visited Mrs. Pearl Hill, who is a patient in a Cape Girardeau hospital, . Thursday. at tlx Hospitals Di&misted Chickaunrb* HotptUl Lillian Jones, city Mrs. Jeff Hester, city Charles Rkharrfsw, city Mrs. Ted Knight, Holland Mrs. Charles Andrews, city Mrs. William Hardy, city ?aul Cooper, Cooler DtubntM, eU» Bits of News' mottly pgf&onai Mr.' and Mrs. Rondall Ray announce the birth of their third child, a daughter who has been named Rhonda Carol, at Chickasawba Hospital on Sept, 19. Their other children are named Kay Lynn and Roger Lavelle. Mrs. Ray is the former Miss June Duvall, daughter of C. A. Duvall, of Paragpuld, and the late Mrs. Duvall. . . University of Arkansas students from OILS.area, J. L. Austin of Blytheville and Miss Mathilde Glascoe of Osceoia, will be as mong the 130 musicians appearing at:the Arkansas-Tulsa football game on Sept. 30 at Fayetteville as members of the Razorback Band. Three Blytheville Kiwanis delegates will attend the Arkansas- Missouri District convention in Hot Springs, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Delegates are Randall Hawks, Louis Isaacs and Jim Hall. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Hubener, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burge and Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Mitchell are attending (he Arkansas-Ole Miss game in Jackson, Miss, today. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lawson announce the birth of ; a son, Christopher Harry, on Sept. 18 at St. Bernard's Hospital in Chicago. The Lawsons, former Blytheville residents, ars parents of two other children, Dawne and Kenny. Mrs. Nora Lawson is there -with her son and family and \vill remain for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Johnson of Chino, Calif., are houseguesU of Mr. and Mrs. Darrol W. McDearman here. While here, the 'Johnsons will visit other relatives in the Blytheville area. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor, was admitted to Walls Hospital Thursday. Her condition is reported improved. Mrs. Lucille Campbell returned home yesterday from a two-week visit at Fort Smith with her daughter, Mrs. Ira : Jones, Mr. Jones and family. Mrs; Jones is. the former Miss Joanne Campbell. Mrs. Wildy Entertains Guild Members Mrs. Earl Wildy entertained with a buffet-style luncheon in her home at Leachville Tuesday for members of First Lutheran Women's Guild. An arrangement of yellow daisies centered the gray linen covered dining table where guests were seated. Prior to the luncheon, Mrs. Charles Wildy, guild president, gave a talk on, "A Survey of Lutheran Women's Missionary League." This was followed by a discuss- m. Attending from Blylheville were Mrs. F. G. Reichel; Mrs. Frank Shacka, Mrs. Rodney Hi bier, Mrs. Paul Allen, Mrs. Donald Prevallet and Mrs, Erich Leh - rhann, Jr. Guests from Etowah were Mrs. E. S. Wildy and Mrs. Ch Wildy. Mrs. Morris To Address Art League Joyce Morris, Blytheville artist and teacher, will be the speaker lot tl. month's Blytheville Base • Comn.unity Art L e » g u e meeting on Monday evening at 8 in the Service Club. Admiss.'on fee for non-members is 25 eenU. * Members will b« admitted free. Mrs. Morris will give a short lecture on' "The Fundamentals of Art," and will have a display of paintings on exhibit to illustrate her talk. This will be followed by a question and uiswer period. Mrs. Morris is a native of Atlanta, Ga., and Evanston, 111. She started her art studies at the age of eight at the Art Institute in Chicago. A graduate of Purdue University, she majored in applied design. She studied in France while Mr. Morris was stationed there with the United States Air Force. From France 1 , where she studied under Robert Knight, they were transferred to Oklahoma City, Okla., where she studied under Margaret Eastman. A year ago she began instructions in art at the Blytheville "Y." The opening oi the new "Y" next; month will feature an exhibit of paintings by Mrs. Morris and her pupils. All persons fr«m this area who are interested in art are invited to attend. Bridge Club Winner fs Mrs. Jenkins Mrs. Charles Jenkins, a-guest, was high score winner yesterday when Friday Dessert Bridge Club niet in the home of Mrs. Fred Greenwell.' .Other guests were Mrs. John Batten. Mrs. Charles Moseley, Mrs. Conner Taylor and Mrs. Charles Crigger III. Mrs. Crigger was second. Eddie Spears, city •Delia Spurlock, city Walls Hospital W. J. Warren, city Sue Cat**, city OWC Plans Newcomers' Coffee Mrs. Gordon Lane, new membership chairman, announced that an Officers' Wives' Club coffee will be held Tuesday at 10 a. rn. at the Officers' Club. Mrs. Lane and her co-chairman. 'Mrs. William Arredondo, urge all new, officers' wives to attend the get-acquainted coffee which is held once a month for the purpose of welcoming newcomers. Hostesses other than Mrs. Lane and Mrs. .Arredondo will be Mrs. Lee Bounds, Mrs. Gus Quiroga and Mrs. Roy Bigler. Coming Evenu MONBAV Executive board of Yarbro PTA meet* at 10 * m. at the school First Christian CWF meets at the church fo.- luncheon fallowed by a. business-program meeting. Executive board meeting 'at 11 a. m. precedes luncheon. Blytheville Ease - Community Art League meet* at BAFB Service Club, a p.m. Rebekah Lodge Ig meel« at IOOF Hall. 7:30 p. m. Joy Rebekah Lodge meets at 214S Edwards, 7:30 p. m. 97th»F,ield Maintenance Wives' Club m els at BAFB Service Club, 7:iJ p. m. Election of officers will be held. First Bapti;t WMU executive board having luncheon meeting in (he home of Mrs. Kendall Berry, 1123 N. 5th, I p. m. Night circles of First Baptist WMU meet at the church for a covered dish supper and season of prayer for State Missions and Dixie Jackson offering in the elementary building, 7 p. m. TUESDAY Octave Club meets wth Miss Jessie Srite. Yarbro PTA meets at the school, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Club meets with Mrs. John Caudill. Dell Kiwanu Club meets in school cafeteria. 7 p. m. Country Club Bridge League plays at Blytheville Country Club. Contract Club meets with Mrs. Charles Moore at Luxora. Officers' Wives' Club having newcomers' coffee, 10 a.m. at Officers' Club. Eastern Star Chapter 279 having Past Matrons and Past Patrons Night with pot luck supper at 6:30 p. m. followed by regular meeting at It p. m. B and PW Club meets. NCO Wives' Club meet at NCO Club, 7:30 p. m. 97th OMS Wives' Club meet at NCO Club. WEDNESDAY Dell Octet meets with Mrs . Charles Armstrong. Dell Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Fred Kelley. Trinity Baptist Sunbeams meet at church, 3:45 p. ra. Trinity Baptist Junior GA's meet at church, 6:30 p. m. Lange PTA meets at the school at 3 p. m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p. rn. K K Canasta Club meets with Mrs. James Habovick. Dogwood HD Club meets at Jufahouse. Mrs. Simpson Is Hostess To Dell Octet Mrs. Hunter William*, Mrs. Noble Gill and Mrs. James Tidwell were guests of Dell Octet Wednesday in the home, of Mrs. R.. E. Simpson at I>elL Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Dallas Brown lee were high score winners. Bridgo went to Mrs. M. F. Brownlee, Jr. . Flower Arranging Tips Anyone who feels that she's not good at arranging flowers can get valuable lessons from following the arrangements pictured in books at the libra.-y. Read Courier New« Classified Buy Diamonds With Confidence! Lurry K»tz, of Kate Jtwelere. 419 ai.MMa BttMt. 1 fi«irM3 Art-Uo >ad BijthjTill; Water Co., hu iho linen KESPSAKa dlimondi at th« be« posilblo prtcw. BIB m»oj r«ar» of egperleac* «nibl» him to HUT »t better prlco md MIS for im. When you ehooM nut KXCPSAKE dim- mnaa »t Ktw Jewelen TOU C*B B»T« Mnll<lenc« in HI quality »nd prte* Remember. Km Jewelers and Keep« DiunoBd* to together ADV Sa/es OLIVETTI Sarr/c. SUPER AUTOMATIC CALCULATOR Distributed Exclusively IB The Blytheville Trade Area. Safes A Service Business Machines Co. 2008 W. Main Typewriters PO3-8991 Adding Machines Create Illusion of Spaciousness Now Open Every Night And All Day Sat. & Sun, LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature " — AND — THE WILD ONE" With Marlon Brando ALSO CARTOON SUN. & MON. Cfw*y* Picture* Fife** ALSO CARTOON VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIR • NEW TAPE • NEW CORD • HAND WASHED Me* Up lad btUterj get C. M. SMART 190 L. .VUla P6 PAGE ceUdoa fun tnd'wim (rty m the major tint* one" encounter*. Piper to nutteh tht background of «ny «t the moral* i* •vallaM* for covering other walls is th» room Tbe« arc' not prepastod murals and paper* but are strongly made so th«t Installation could be a do-it-youfMtf proposition. Remember Pay Your Paper Bqr ^•»""^^^™^™Wi»MBP»MP«<--^&»:.0» ^v:--r--'^-^^^w^ymmmmf,^^v^^.'-<-t. « * ;• ar f a is ma » e to *PP ear m °re spacious by the addition of a serene Orientaf Courtyard s^ene in a wallpaper mural mounted on the long wall. The patio Wlcker KAY SHERWOOD Newspaper Enterprise Assn. „. „. Finding remedies for the tight perspective it of a small apartment, house j ticket, room head the list ot housing There is no lack of handsome spacious appearance. A wallpaper mural or scene drawn with depth might be just the leadaches for many homemakers this fall. The solution will depend, murals which would give the ef feel I want. The hitch is that so partly, on how seriously Ihe situs-1 many are too expensive for me. tion inconveniences or annays us. For some, moving to larger quarters or remodeling existing This complaint U not exclusive with me. .\ member of the Wallpaper Council told me that inter 0 —_~_. o f, U j,,_i ^-UUUV,IL luivi 11 IK uidi iiuer- ones will be the only acceptable views with owners of wallpaper solution. For many of us, less stores turned up, time and again, , drastic (and less expensive) altar- natives may include a closer study plus application of the optical, illusion to make rooms look larger than they are. The small, narrow entry, the boxed-in dining room or breakfast nook may seem to press in too tightly, although their dimensions riiay be adequate for their func- "on. I'm thinking, for example, of our breakfast nook which ' is large enough to take the necessary table and five chairs but it is a snug fi; and diners are much aware of the walls closing around them. What I'd like is an effect that would make the walls seem to recede, giving the area a more , , the point that homemakers are in the market and the mood for murals they can afford for dining room and entrance halls, but the demand is also for quality design at a price. The market isn't overstocked with high quality, moderate or low 1 cost murals but there are some and more to. come. A good example of the new murals is one called Natsu Patio -(pictured with this article) and a companion " 1 space. The mural, complete, retails for around MO. A complimenting Oriental screen printed on single panels is sold for around $8. A wall area of 11 feet/ eight inches, could be treated to a serene Oriental scene which is-drawn in delicate colors, in perspective, for around $46. Two other themes appear in murals. One is a charming Colonial Days, a twtKsection mural for narrow wall spaces or to be framed with real molding or. paper shutters. 1 to'give the effect, of, a vista through a window. This one and another two-section mural of a calm garden scene are both less expensive than the Natsu Patio. The color-ways of all three "are quiet and planned, to go with varied color schemes; off-white, tawny beige, delicate a p r i c o t, -/rnnounctng. Margaret Lawrence And ZefdaNeo/ Hav« Joined Th« Staff of EAGLE BEAUTY SALON Margaret and Zelda extend a cordial invitation to friend* and patrons to call or drop in for appointments. Mr, James & Mrs. Miller Trained 124 N. 2nd PO 3-3262 "Natsu Screen. 1 ' The patio mural is drawn on .three panels.,each_ 28 inches wide. The height of. each section is 11 feet but the height of the design itself ,only 65 inches, giving one- leeway to'adjust the mural to wall Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Sarurday continuous from 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TODAY YOUU'FUP OVER WE ZANIEST COMEDY IN YIARSr * ftteent-mfafed CARTOON AND SELECTED SHORT SUN. •MON. OTUES. ER WHELLBELGtDOiS TI |Q£fP _ *oa*» FORMAL SHOWING New Model HAMMOND ORGANS Men. -Tiiei. -Wed. Sept. 25-26-27 BROWN'S 524 North 6th North Hiway 61 Box Office Opens at 6:30 p.m.— Show Starts at Duck Admission: Adults 60c — Children Under 12 FREE With Parents TONIGHT ONLY Triple Feature Program Come at 7:00 p.m. and se« alt Three Features Come at 8:30 p.m. and see Two Features — AND — "A HIDEOUS SHE-THING! TERROR FROM THE YEAR 5,OOO TERROR fROM THtYEAR 5CM":ST»Rllltt« Joyce HoWtB . w«id Co jlella « fntirii Ownt Come at 10:00 p.m. and Me One Feature ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY And MONDAY Double Feature Program Come by 7:00 p.m. and Se« Both Feature* Come fey 9:00 p.m. and Se« On* Feotur» DORIS DAY REX HARRISON IOHN GAVIN —AND— ALSO CARTOON _ . • Coming Soon to The Kitz Theatre; COME SEPTEMBER k.«, ONE EYED JACKS with Marlon Brando wot DAMES... AnyKMH . A K*S NWfTW-MwiN WOOUCTWI KlIASt ALSO CARTOON

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