The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1967 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 8, 1967
Page 3
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Blythevill* (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, May 8, 1967 - Pug* flv> Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor PLEGE VOWS — Following their marriage, Airman 1. C. and Mrs. Jimmy Don Urbon are making their home in Bly- thevflle where Airman Urbon is stationed at Ely- thevUle Air Force Base. Katharine Miller Is Bride Of Airman Jimmy Urbon B&PWClub Meets Tuesday The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at the Goff Hotel Tuesday, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. for a dinner meeting. Pearl Lee, chairman of personal development, will bring the program. Hostesses for the dinner are Lorene Calvin, Wilene Kirkland Helen Abelhousen and Marth£ McFall. Members have been asked to contact one of jiostesses for reservations. the Macaroon crumbs are delicious when added to a fruit-and- for yeast - risen nut filling coffeecake. Fashions Light Up By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON- NEW YORK (AP) - It was all systems go for Diana Dew Thursday. Undulating models presented an illuminating demonstration of her electric dress- s. Twenty-three-year-old Diana — who is also making paper dresses decorated with flower- seeds so that they may be disposed of in the garden and take root — introduced prototypes of her brilliant ideas last January. Now the bugs have been straightened out and the flashing battery- operated miniskirts and bell bottoms are ready for the current market. SUMMER'S LOOK IS SPORTIVE. Crinkle dacron and cotton strip* man-tailored sMrt (left) stretches to dress length in bold colors. Dacron and cotton crinkle crepe shift (right) is in a bright orange. Long sleeves ire l tailored. These are Russ designs. Miss Katherine Lynn Miller and Airman l.C. Jimmy Don Urbon were recently married at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Rev. Eugene Hall officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James D. Weir of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Urbon of Electra, Tex. The bride is the grandaugh- ter of tee late Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Vernon and Minton Miller ef Blytheville, Traditional music was presented by Miss Janet Connell. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Miller chose a floor - length gown of white bridal satin. It featured a scooped neckline, long tapered sleeves and a cathedral train. TIje shoulder - length veil fell from a pill box hat and she carried a bouquet of gladiolus. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Diana Eagan. She was attired in a street- length sheath dress of white lace over blue and her bouquet was of blue carnations. Miss Sue Eagan was Junior bridesmaid and she and the maid of honor were dressed Identically. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Weir wore a three - piece turquoise knit suit with match- Ing accessories and a pink gladiola corsage. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. M. P. Wilhite. The bride's table was covered wiUa a lace cloth and centered with a tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Reception assistants were Mrs. Wilhite and Mrs. Horace Eagan. Miss Barbara Wilhite presided over the guest book. The couple are now making their home in Blytheville where Mr. Urbon is stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base and Mrs. Urbon is completing her senior year at BlytJieville High School. SINGER FABRIC JY OF THE WEEK COTTON LAWNPRINT PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS SPECIAL Tue-Wed-Thur-Fri. May 9-10-11-12 'Seme designers only have to switch, a shock or • bld*-out, worry ahout fabric deliveries," sighed Diana, who was glowing in neon-orange stockings and a fluorescent print dress though unwired. "I have to worry about war priorities and strikes to get the transistor equipment! need." The turn-on garments will retail for $125 to $250. The 48 or so tubes and pro- gramed computer systems of one dress, however, may be installed in another. In case of a call your neighborhood TV-radio repairman, Diana advises. Because Diana thinks fashion should communicate, one of her designs contains throbbing red heart pole-like properly placed on a white Dr. Kildare minidress. A white star flashes on and off at navel level: on a black and white short dress. On other minidresses are numerous square windows computerized to blink on and off like an apartment house complex at night. AT PLANT PANTS SKIRTS (Plain) SWEATERS SPORT COATS DRESSES Plain | 89 2 For I SHIRTS Beautifully Laundered Folded or On Hangers INSURED COLD STORAGE FURS 3% of Valuation WOOLENS 2% of Valuation RUG CLEANING"^?" PHONE PO 2-2423 416 SOUTH FRANKLIN MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M Sat. & Sun. 2:30-7:30 p.m. MON. & TUES. HUWOUNT RC1MES peril WILLIAM OSTUs ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 6i OSCEOLA MOM. & TUES. PLUS Relax: Go to A Drive-in Movie/ prllillilliliimLUiPiBi" in MM 1 '••• SMART SET tor knitters is the three-piece suit for fair weather months. Knit the suttmderothettttoyihell hi a pair of lightweight yarns for a crisp, custom look- the sun always shines Sleeker Street PETITES Follow the girl rn BeHy Barclay's trumpet flare dress, Everything's "with it" here - low slung torso with a bow of either side—sounding off to a trumpet flare skirt. AH on 100% cotton with a pattern of textured triangles Ihroughout. Swinging out to 1hs tune of Paris Pint, Turquoise, Bright Orange or White. Sizes 3-13. X out the competition with an X that's "to." Clever* embroidered on the trumpet flare skirt of a smashing new style by Bteeker Street. White strikes up the band'round neck and short sleeves. Contrasts with solid color top drifting into rows of fmy X designs on white. In Spring Navy/White, WMM Rasp-_ terry/ Witt* or Urne Peel/White. Sizes 6-16. Lay Away Your Selections Now/ L' Manning brings you a perfect summer dress. Delicate white leaf print on shaded ground. Lovely stand-up collar ending in loop flaps i frames the slightly shirred neckline. / Optional self tie belt. In soft as a \ cloud 100% Dacron Polyester. 12C-22C / Btiu/WhUe FASHION DEPT. STORE (Mrs.): Mon. thru Thurs. - 8 AM to 7 PM Friday & Saturday - 8 AM to 9 PM

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