The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 29, 1967
Page 3
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(Art.) wurttr Vt*9 - stturttf. Apro », »g » Pm Thm — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Headhunters Seek Frosted Effect in Wigs and Falls Miss Clark Miss Clark Is Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Clark of Steele, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Sherry Nell Clark, to Bobby Pruiett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jethro Pruiett of Steele. Miss Clark is a senior at South Pemiscot High School. Mr. Pruiett attended South Pemiscot High School and is now a senior at Southeast Missouri State College in Cape Girardeau. The wedding will be solemnized at the Baptist Church in Holland, Mo., June 17. Add 1-4 teaspoon of curry powder to about 1 cup of French dressing (made with oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and dry mustard); serve over fresh pear halves on crisp salad greens. (Food For Thought By Jimmie Deal riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii experience: see clearly The spectacles of through them you wl ft second time. An excellent speaker Is one who •xhausts his subject before he does the audience. Let us all be happy and live within our means, even if we have to borrow the money to do it with. Whatta world I Optimists have no money and pessimists won't lend you any. It Is the treating of the commonplace with the reeling of the sublime that gives to art Its true power. It is commonplace to desire food but when you come to the Drummer Boy Restaurant you will add the Ingredients — The fine art of cooking and the artistic atmosphere the commonplace takes on the feel- tog of the sublime. Drummer Boy Motel & Restaurant S. Hwy 61 — PO 3-8168 "A Good Place To Eat And Sleep" We Cater For Special Parties & Banquets By Patricia King Beauty Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK - (NBA) - flave you ever considered buying a new head? Head-hunting is what happens to most women once ' ey decide to get their first hairpiece. It's pretty exciting to know you can be one person t«day, another tomorrow, and have as many routines as a vaudeville act, depending on which hairpiece you are wearing. With very short hair—the favored spring look—New York hairpiece designer Michael of Vienna presents new effects that are heavily frosted for special glamor. However, he warns against a wig or hairpiece that contrasts too sharply with your natural hair color because this tends to make you look older. "Wigmakers are in business to help people look better—not ridiculous. For this reason they should advise customers to stay as close to their natural color posible. Clash-colors will never work, they pnly produce a comic effect," says Michael. Color can be matched but must be custom-blended. And the color of your hairpiece must blend with your skin tone. Michael recommends wearing the hairpiece frequently, so that you are entirely at home with it and can manage it in a variety of ways to give many different effects. When you can put your hairpiece on in two minutes you've mastered it. Michael suggests you make a little pin curl in the middle of your head, toward the front and anchor the wig comb to that point for security. He claims the fall is still the r most popular and, of course, the length of the fall depends strictly on the age of the woman who is wearing it. "Your own hair can never do what a fall does, it doesn't have the freedom of movement that a fall has," Michael explained. A few words of advice on the professional care and cleaning of your wig: Don't leave a full wig in a shop unless the operator measures your headsize. Don't leave your wig if it Is not immemiately placed on the proper size head-block. Den't leave your wig unless you check at what point it is pinned to the block. The wig should be straightpinned to the edge where the wetting is finished off with ribbon. If it isn't, great damage can be done to the wefting, resulting in tears and the ultimate loss of hairs. COMES SPRING, comes the yearning for a new coiffure. The graceful smooth line, off the forehead swept to one side, marks this heavily frosted wig as truly glamorous. Freedom of the forehead and fullness framing the face achieve the buoyancy and curvy look so popular this season. Class Elects New Officers Mrs. M. C. Outlaw's Junior 4 girls Sunday School Class oi First Baptist Church met for their April social this week in the home of Marilyn McAdoo. Dinner was followed by the business meeting which was presided over by Terry Crow, president. Donna Evans opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Outlaw. Elected to serve as officers 'or the next three months were president, Leslie Hall; vice pres- dent, Sandra Jones; secretary, Donna Evans; and group captains, Terry Crowand Marilyn McAdoo. Serving as social chairman will be Judy Burks and Jackie Brock. Bits of News mostly personal IiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiBiHiiiiiiiuiii Lou McClure and May Nell Roach attended a Tupperware Association meeting this week in Sikeston. Miss Marion Mae Erwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Erwin, has been selected as Coming Events Monday Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church luncheon and program meeting. First Baptist Church Woman's Missionary Society. Dell Methodist WSCS. Trinity Baptist WMU. Yarbro Methodist Woman's ion r-rwm, n*> «cn »'«•«=" "° Sodety of Christian Service a member of Sigma Alpha Eta, 1 J? ' honorary speech pathology and audiology fraternity. Miss Erwin is a junior at Mississippi State College for Women in Columbus. Mrs. C. S. Burmingham, Mrs. Dub Willingham, Mrs. Virgil Hill and Lou McClure recently attended a luncheon at Reelfoot Lake. Gordon Harris has just returned from a two-week visit with his daughter, Mrs. Bill Warren and her family of Canton, Okla. After visiting in Canton, tiiey joined Mr. Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey L. Warrent at their home in Ballinger, Tex., and toured Beg Bend National Park. Mr. Harris also visited relatives of his daughter's husband in San Angelo, Winters and Abilene, Tex., during his five day visit in the A.L. Warren home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren and daughter, Karen Mike], returned to their home in Oklahoma with Mr. Harris where they visited Roman Nose State Park. Mrs. Hildred Bunch was among those attending the spring meeting of the Jonesboro District Woman's Society of Christian Service at the First Mettio- dist Church In Osceola Wednesday. Miss Helen Howell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Howell of Manila, was recently electee secretary of the Harding College Student Association where she is a junior elementary education major. 10:30 a.m. Blythevilie Very Little Theatre 7:30 p.m. YMCA. Dell Baptist WMU. Presbyterian Women of the Church. Tuesday Woman's Golf Association Slytheville Country Club. Nine role kickoff 9 a.m. Beta Sigma Phi sorority. New Liberty Baptist WMS. Airman's Wives Club Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Rainbow Girls 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Yarbro Baptist .m. Eastside Garden 2 p.m. B. A. Bugg home. Charlevoix Chapter Daughters Follies Award Winners Are Announced Trophy winners of the annual Armorel Follies held last week were Cathy Whitaker of Wilson, special award; Connie Huffman, first place; Sue Spurlock, second place and Teresa Malone, third place, in the girls division. Winners in the boys, division were Walter Myrick, first; Johnny Peterson, second, and Wren Stout, third. The theme for this years' follies was, "The Sound of Music" and it was presented last Friday and Saturday nights with over 900 'in attendance for the two nights. Following the show Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Thomas, superintendant of Armorel School, were hosts for a drop-in in their new home honoring Trent Wood of Memphis, master of ceremonies; Dick Hefner, director; the judges, all folliee chairmen; Miss Whitaker Joe Evans and a special guest, Miss Janet Sh'oemate, the reigning Miss Blythevilie. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri«—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 • 7:30 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY Walt Disney's "MONKEYS, GO HOME" SUN. MON. TUES. WED. HCHARD ELHE jOHnson somrna, SUVA N1GR KOSGHlApREn liZWIA IHGH XJWUTtDKn MATURE *UD|ENCES A Universal Retose ELIAS Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY noUBLE FEATURE "TEXAS ACROSS THE RIVER" PLUS 'AGENT FOR H.A.R.M' SUN. • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE "The Wild Angels" with Peter Fonda & Nancy Sinatra PLUS "Secret Agent Super Dragon" ' Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) RMUMOUKLflCTURCS ft JOHNNY SUN. MON. TUES. FOR HIRE: DEADLY WEAPONS! jomson sommER KOBCHIA suzAnriA LBOH TECHNICOLOR 1 * TECHNISCOPE* • mMMVMMioinca COMING) SOON I'O THE «M» HOTEL - With Rod Taylor * Catherine Spuk IN LIKE FLINT — With Junn Cobnra * U» 3. Cobb DOCTOR YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING - With Sandra De* Grort« Htmillton BlythevilJe Garden Club Thursday Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club. Base Garden Club at Kingsley Hall. Home and School Society of Immaculate Conception School 8p.m. Altrusa Club. Friday Chapter N of P.E.O. Sister- maurice. hood. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild Garden Club To Meet Easlside Garden Club will meet Tuesday in the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg at 2 p.m. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. W. L. Boren, Mrs. J. A. Breysacher and Mrs. W. J. Fitz- at chapel annex. Del! Extension Homemakers Club. Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church. Saturday Duplicate BBridge Shamrock Lanes. Chickasaw Saddlers. Sunday Orpheus Music Club concert Schoolgirl's Best Friend: Grooming Kit A locker - room grooming kit neat hair after swimming. Follow your after - gym shower With an all-over dusting of powder to abssrb moisture, and also, sprinkle some inside your sneakers. •-. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED At SECOND CLASS MAIL BKthevltla Courier New* BLYTHEVILLE, ABE. ZIP • 12315 Harry W- Haln«, Pnbltahlt 3rd at Walnut Stf. BlvthcTllle. Ark. •*ubllshed dally elcept Sunday. Second clan postals paid >t Bly- thutillc. Art. HOME DELITERT RATES ID Blytberille and towns In tlM •• •" "•« trado territory. 35o per week - MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCB Within 50 miles ot BtftlWTllta $8.00 per year Unr* than 50 miles trom BUtherllH 118.00 per year will be any schoolgirl's best friend. It can be any kind of small box fitted with an extra comb, emery board, talcum powder, cream, tissues. Gals might want to add a pretty scarf, headband or barrette for 3:30 p.m. First Baptist Church. Beauty Briefs Baby Shampoo for Tender Scalp Serving from 11 am -2 pm SUNDAY H you are one of the girls who has your hair straightened, and there are many, you know that the process is hard on your hair and scalp. A ten der scalp needs tender, loving IN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER of American Revolution. shampoo. Baby shampoo prevents penetration into the skin's pores and further irritation to your scalp. It also leaves your hair shiny clean and soft. Great Books Club 9:30 a.m. 340th Bomb Squadron Coffee Claudean Pierce, Mgr. SUNDAY MENU Turkey & Dressing .,.,.,...,.,.,.,. 75c Roost Beef ____ ..,„.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.;. 70e Flounder (Fish) Southern Fried Chicken ..... 55c • Sun. DOUBLE FEATURE Adult Entertainment VEGETABLES Creamed Potatoes Harvard Beets Peas ala Mushrooms Spiced Apples Whole Kernel Corn Green Beans (Choice of Vegetables, 15c ea.) 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