The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1967 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 2, 1967
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Page Tour - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier New« - Tuesday, May -I,: — Society News — Smith, Society Editor Phone FO 3-1461 Miss Becky Lynn Henderson Becky Henderson Betrothed To Thomas R Bazzare III Mr. and Mrs. Alden Vance Henderson announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Becky Lynn Henderson, to Thomas Edward Bazzarre III, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward Bazzarre Jr. of Memphis. Grandparents of the bride- elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Henderson of Dell. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bazzarre Sr. all of Beckley, W. Va. Miss Henderson was graduated from Blytheville High School where she served as a cheerleader and was elected to the homecoming royalty. She received her Bachelor o Science degree in journalism from Arkansas State University where she was head cheerlead er and a member of Alpha Omi cron Pi sorority. Her senior year she was elected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. She is now employed by Del ta Air Lines. Mr. Bazzarre is a graduate of Overton High School in Mem phis where he was a member of the football and basketball teams. He attended Memphis State University and was pledged to Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is presently employed as a reservation salesman with Delta Air Lines in Memphis. An early June w e d d i n g is being planned by the couple. Sleepwear Especially Designed for die Young By HELEN HENNESSY Women's Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK - (NEA) - The teenager and junior miss represent a sizable percentage of our population. They have definite likes and dislikes in fashion iven when it comes to sleepwear. Conservatism has gone out the window and the daring, the unusual and the extreme have become the criteria for the fashion image of youth. Evelyn Lind (designer for M. C. Schrank) has created a youthful group of sleepwear for young girls. her collection are swinging shifts .that are rnid- thign fa'length. Made in vibrant carmval colors and bold prints, many of these shifts have abbreviated yokes with halter necklines and delicate lace trimming. One gingham plaid bunny shift has the littteglrl look with its lace - iced sleeveless bodice and full miniskirt. For study time there is a candystriped shift with a curving ruffled hem and matching panties. Nor has Miss Lind neglectee the ladies over 20 in her new spring collection of sleepwear There are coordinated gowns dusters and pajarnas in permanent press batiste trimrnec with Schiffli embroidery. An empire silhouette group hai yokes appliqued with f r a. g i 1« white blossoms' and is lavishly frilled with lace. And the easy care quality of the permanent press batiste is a boon for the busy housewife. There is a tiered d es 'Sn In printed water lily and gingham check cotton. Shifts and long gowns and capri pajarna tops are made of gradefui tiers sep- ara.ted by rows of lace. And matching duster completes the ensemble. A-line terry shifts and dusters come in lookalike styles for mother and daughter. Colorful and practical, these serve double duty at home and al the beach. AH told, it's a great season for sleepwear — some of the terry styles can even be worn as daytime outfits. Trinq Quails Has Birthday Trina Quails celebrated her 3rd birthday with a party in her home Friday. There were IS guests attending and special guests were Mrs. Bill Byrd, Mrs. (Jinny Quails, grandmother, and Mrs. Vaughn Myers, great grandmother of the honoree. Winners of the games played were Barbara Burger, Tammy Quails, Terl Sampson and Jults Lehman. Refreshments o f birthijay cake and Jce cream were served. Trina Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pouglas Quails. Mrs. Quails was assisted by Mr. Don Mtlone. ;- Rememoei Pay Your Paper Boy Fash ion Tips Glasses to Make Heads Turn Eyes on the future: All eyes were on the big square sunglasses Yves St. Laurent showed in the new Paris collection. Big, ("-rfc, square frames that looked as if 'they were clamped on. The bridge is almost invisible and makes the glasses appear to he on their own. Sure to make heads turn. Summer Pantsult Hti Glamor The most talked-about gadabout from Southampton to St. Tropez is the summer pantsuit that allies hipiter 'pants with the sheer glamor of a trans? parent voile shirt and »how-off bra (to match th* panif) tap, Pants and bra can be printed florals or stripes, The voile Is solid. i jjiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiininnmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Jits of News I mostly perional iiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiHiiuiiiiii S.Sgt. and Mrs. John Stewart, who have been stationed in Tucson, Ariz., at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, are visiting !ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holdaway. Following their two week stay here they will go to Norman, Okla., where Sergeant Stewart will enroll at the University of Oklahoma majoring in undergraduate electrical engineering. He will be sponsored by the Airmen's Education and Commissioning program. Mrs. Stewart is the former Miss Wanda Mae Holdaway. Terry England, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. England, was returned to his hom Sunday from the William Bowld Hospital in Memphis where he recently underwent open heart surgery. Jack McKay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel McKay of Gosnell, was initiated Friday into the Tennessee Alpha chapter of Phi Seta Kappa at Vanderbilt Un- versily. He is a member of Pi Sappa Alpha social fraternity. WSCS to Have Tasting Tea The First Methodist Church Roman's Society of Christian Service members will hold a asting tea and kitchen tour Wednesday, May 17, at the lomes of Mrs. E. B. Gee Sr., Urs. J. E. Stevenson and Mrs. E. M. Regenold of Armorel. Guests may call at any of ths hree homes from 12 noon to p.m. where different recipes or appetizers, entrees and desserts will be served by the members of WSCS who will act as hostesses. All recipes used will be com- tiled and made into a cook lopke which will be on sale at each home for $1. Tickets to the tea are now being sold by the Woman's Society of Christian Service mem' >ers and will also be on sale at each home. Circle Five Hosts Luncheon The day circles of First Bap- 1st Church met yesterday for i luncheon and mission pro- irarn. Circle Five served as host- sses for the luncheon. Mrs. )ave Tawater is circle chairman and Mrs. Harry Church' wejl is social chairman. Arrangements of spring flow, ers were placed on the luncheon able. Mrs. Wayne Friday, president iresided over the business ses- ion. The ca.Il to prayer and open? ng prayer wsjs given by Mrs"!. F. Blomyer. Circle Four was in charge of h e prograrn, "Establishing Ihqrches and Sustauiing FeljoBv hips in Hong Kong." Mrs. Billy Johnson was pra- rarn leader qncj those particir ating were Mrs. Garrett Ab? ott, Mrs. Clarence Johnson nd Mr?. Kendall Berry. CJrcle Five had the most in ttendance and welcomed as a uest was Mrs. La Rue Lackey. The closing prayer was given y Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Gay Prints Will Your Spjr)ts Clothes that move are the hing right now. What coifl<J be etter than a gay prjnt that moves your spirits^ well? ""Jots, dashes and stripes all irown together, rpning up and own or across, ma'ke a great ttle dress for now through pring. Pleats at the side or alt round continue the fluid look. After-five fashions for spring will bring out everything from short dresses to long evening pants. From left to right, white crepe tunic dress with deep wine-red underskirt has ruby trim on the tunic. It Is s Sam Itiedlander design. White ribbon lace for the young party-goer is by Junior Sophisticates. Jo Copelaad'* black and white cocktail dress is in hand-appliqued French Alencon lace and has a silk scarf neckline. On the pants side are Hannah Troy's white illk evening pants teamed with a navy blue plaid jhirt cut on the biaa, IN AND AROUND •-BLYTHEVILLE — Miss Peggy Hodge, daughter of Mrs. Juanita Hodge of Lone Oak and Jerry Cable, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Cable of Blytheville were married April 22 in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Harold Littrell. Janette Helms of Half Moon celebrated her llth birthday April 26 with a bunking party at her home. Attending were Teresa Walters, Pam and Debbie Stokes of Blytheville and Sharon Hughes and Cindy Simpson of Dell. The-group enjoyed a weiner roast and birthday cake. Games were played. Mrs. Robert Benifield of Blytheville was dismissed Saturday from Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. B. F. Gay Sr. of Half Moon and Mrs. India Sanders have returned from a trip to Florida where they visited their nephew. Mrs. Harue Lewis and daughter Lola, Mary Lambert and Miss Cleo Bradley of Blytheville spent Saturday in Memphis and also in Boliver, Tenn., where they visited Mr. and Mrs T. I. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon McCann of Armorel recently visited her mother, Mrs. Marge Nowlin, at Hampton, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Price and Mrs. Ethel Brittain and Mrs. Fronts, Stary of Blytheville were recent guests of re)a fives at Mountain View. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ray of Columbus, Miss., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray in Blytheville. Poyle Coker, son of Mr- and Mrs. Doyje Coker Sj. of Gosnell is reported to be improving in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis following a cartbicycle accident. Mr. and Mrs. Glin Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Hermon via of Steele were recent guests of iheir niece, Mrs. George At- kjns, and jiff. Atkins in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James L e wi? Morrow of West Memphis were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp of one Oak aid family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed and farn- ly "of Blytheville spent Sunday with Mr- and Mrs. Joe Poff and : amily at Hoxie. Buster Higgins returned, to his lome in Baltimore, M<J., Sunday after a week's visit with lis p a r e n t s. Mr. and Mrs. "'ietcher Higgins, at Sandy Ridge. Mrs. Helen Estes of Blytheville is in Newport wjth her mother, Mrs. Alva Binkley, where she is a patient in the Newport Hospital suffering from a stroke. Mrs. Lela Deason of Blodgett, Mo., is visiting this week with Mrs. Raymond Riggs and other relatives at Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Needham of Blytheville is visiting this week with their son anc daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Needham, and family at Carbondale, 11. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Riggs spent Sunday at Marmaduke with his brother Mr. and Mrs. Eddison Riggs and son. Joe Chapin of Egypt returned to his home last week after a two-week visit with his son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. R. C. Riggs Jr.. and family of Half Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms received word recently that Mr. Helms' brother-in-law, Waymon McTique of Charleston, Mo., suffered a stroke. He is seriously ill at his home. Airman 2.C. and Mrs. Robert Fann of Blytheville announce the birth of a son born April 22 at the Blytheville Air F o r c e Base Hospital. He has been named Dewayne Earl. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Poff of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fann of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. James Bearden and son of Blytheville visited Sunday with his mother,, Mrs. Bessie Bearden in Caraway. Mrs. Ray Warren of Blytheville was dismissed Wednesday from the Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Frank Privett was dismissed Tuesday from Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. James Bearden was recently admitted to Doctor's Hospital. Larry Peterson, who is stationed in Charleston, S. C., left Wednesday after visiting his mother. Mrs. C. H. Williams, and Mr. Williams who was recently dismissed from' Doctor's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Petty of Arbyrd, Mo., visited Sunday afternoon With Mrs. Charley Thorn at Parkview Manor Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Sharty Jefferies and family of Poplar Bluff, Mo., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Burl While at Blytheville. The Moon Beam 4-H Club of Dell met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ray Riggs recently. NEWS OF THE & JCOllt In a candlelight fly-up ceremony recently 12 brownies of Troop 42 received their Brownie wings and Girl Scout trefoil pins. A table covered with yellow and decorated with driftwood candle holders added to the Girl Scout theme. Three girls lighted yellow candles which represented three parts of the Girl Scout promise and 10 green candles were lighted to represent the 10 Girl Scout laws. Mrs. Randall Hawks, leader, presented the Brownie wings. After receiving their wings the Brownies flew from the Brown ie ring to receive their Gir Scout trefoil pins. Mrs. Kenneth Swan, who also served as leader, presentee ;hese pins to the following girls: Kim Halstead, Linda Shouse, Billie Shaneyfelt, Teresa Tegethoff, Stacy Hawks, Marcie Kohn; Susan Wilbanks, Jeannie Me- 3aughy, Shannon Swan, Jeannie Westbrook, Trena Byruro and Night Circles Have Meeting Fellowship Hall-was the setting last night for the dinner and -program meeting of the Night WMS of First Baptist Church. There were 23 members anc one guest, Mrs. Alta Louellan, attending. The business session was presided -over by Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. Alan Landers opened the meeting with prayer and the call to prayer was given by Miss Minnie Brown. Plans were announced for a prayer retreat to be held Sun day, May 7, at the church at 1 p.m. proceeded by lunch at [he Rustic Inn. Mrs. John Tyrone was in charge of the program on ; 'Hong Kong." Taking parts on the program were Mrs. D. B. .Carnion, .Mrs. T. Y. Mason nish. Mrs.' Clanton, Mrs. Myrtle and Miss Marie Har- Landers showed slides of Hong Kong followed by the closing prayer which was offered by Mrs. King. Nicholson. Girls that were not present lut will receive their pins at a ater date are Becky Fleming, Jamie H a 1 s e 11 and Paula lughes. MURR THEATRE Your friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••* STARTING TIME Moi|. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 - 7:30 p.m. TUES. & WED. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Com* by 7:00 See 2 Features Com* by 9:00 See t Feature RICHARD EKE jonnaon -mm SU/A mm KOSCH1AGREB1 ilAIHU LEIGH A Universal Release' ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••*•••••••• LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "THE WILD ANGELS" with Peter Fonda PLUS "SECRET AGENT SUPER DRAGON" WED. And THURS. "This Property Is Condemned" Starring Natall* Wood Coming Events Wednesday Great Books Club 9:30 a.m. 340th Bomb Squadron Coffee Blytheville Garden Club Thursday Cuiberison Extension Homemakers Club. Base Garden Club at Kingsley Hall. Home and School Society of Immaculate Conception School 8 p.m. Altrusa Club. Friday Chapter-N. of P.E.6. Sisterhood. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild at chapel annex. Party Honors ; BHS Senior The home of Mrs. Byriiir Moore was the setting recently for a party honoring Miss Susie Robinson, a Blytheville High School graduating senior.. ' Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. Moore. The 30 BHS senior, girls attending enjoyed an assortment .^ of party foods served from a ta- ; ble centered with an arrange-'' ment of pink roses and holding-/ napkins with the honoree's ; name on them. £ ; Arrangements of spring flow- .' ers were placed, throughout the.... home. . . . '. Miss Robinson was presented- -j a red rose corsage and gift of a .! jeweled alarm clock. - :,Attending as a special guest , was Mrs. Freeman Robinson, " mother of the honoree. Girl Scouts ; Have Party Members of Girl Scout Troop 184 were recently entertained vith a skating party at Walker ark Roller Drome, : ' ' There were' 18 guests attend- ng. Game winners were Trade Wright and Leslie Bray. Troop leader is Mrs. Julian Walker. i 1 PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED «I SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythevllle Courier New BLYTHEVILLE, AEK. ZIP - 52315 Barry W. Halnes, PubUsbw 3rd at Walnut Stl. . BlvthcviUe. Ark. rubllshad dally eicept Sundw. iecond claps onstage paid at Bly» L lieville. Art • HOME DELIVER* RATES In Blytheville and towns fa tfct BlythevlUe trade territory Dally - - 3So per veek • BV MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCI WltHiD 50 Miles a! ~ - - - 58.00 per year nrt man 50 "nUIes from 8 Si8,«o per nu Box Off ice Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY "DEADLIER THAN THE MALE" —with Richard Johnson & like Sommtr .(A) , ...'' . ..; . WED. • THURS. (A-MY) FRI. 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