The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 3, 1967
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Page Two - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier New» - Saturday. JUM 8, 1MT '•J-.^-J'-^-'^i'^-^K' m • ' ' I' 'GIRLS STATE DELEGATES - Attending Girls state 'from June 11 through June 17 will be (first row left to.right) Dolores Edwards, Charlotte Bowen, Terry Henson, Patsy Ross and Carol Parker. Second row, Betsy Johnson, Carol Buchan- an, Cookie Coopedge, Wendy Tetley, Mikie Simon and Deeme Kitlany, who is a former delegate and counselor. Miss Thelma Cathy is chapman and Mrs. Kathryn Mullins, co-chairman of the sponsors, the American Legion Auxiliary. Calumet News Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bratlon announce the birth of their first child, a son, David Dewayne, born May 27. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bratton ; "of.; Calumet and Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Petty of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Audie Cavanaugh of Nashville, Tenn., have been visiting her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. I. T. Walker, and ot- vher relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Marcus of Chicago were guests last week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Frank Hall. . Miss Jo Ann Wright of Gos- ,nell was a Sunday guest of her aunt, Mrs. Eula Larue. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Griffin were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Grit- tin. Mrs. Guy Gean is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Lottie Johnson has been discharged from Doctor's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Denzii Griffin announce the birth of a daughter, Mary Margaret, born May 27 at Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George LaRue have as their guest her daughter. Mrs. Margie Brock of Chicago. Ralph Griffin of Steele was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lollar had as guests Sunday Mrs. Wbodrow Sigman and her daughter Sandra and Mrs. Clyde Curtis. Bride-Elect Is Honored Mrs. R. G. Edwards and daughter Suzanne of Whistle ville entertained Miss Marcia Partin with a luncheon at the Blytheville Country Club, recently. Fashion Tips Blouse 'Magic' The now-voyager can pack a collection of Ban-Lon blouses in styles that are perfect With everything. Hand-screened nylon prints come in a variety of breath-taking colors. And the „ , ,, magic of it all is that they can Miss Partin will become the K ^^ h . bride of Frank Jewell June 11 .. Poncho For Knitters - By JUDY LOVE Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Look out, Paris, here comes White Cloud! ;. •': When it comes to trends in hand-knit fashions, you can count on good old American know-how. You knitters know what I mean. Consider, for ex- •::__3mple, this success slry started in White Cloud, Mich, population 1,000. Ruth Graves, an enthusiastic knitter with a knack for knowing what's with it, runs a small yarn shop in White Cloud. She no matter what your weight or height. Most of Ruth's home town poncho customers are women over 30, incidentally, but the teen-age set took to it, too. The youngsters shopped for yarns in their school colors. Ruth recommends light pastels for springs and summer, and if you knit the topper for fall, try soft beiges, including that mohair you've been saving. Ruth knits the poncho in three Spinnerin yarns, and she turns it out overnight in double yarn on lOVz or 11 needles. If you're varn snop in vvnite ^iouu. out: >»' ^" ^ *• •.—-.-"• -. j started a few years ago with a like White Cloud kni^youUl $100 investment, as part of her husband's sporting goods and bait shop in the heart of Michigan tourist country. Today Mrs. Graves runs a bustling business, and this dashing poncho is part of her success story. Huband John, by the way, is mayor of the town and takes real pleasure in Ruth's wall of yarn"—her half of the shop they share. Along with her shop, husband and family of four youngsters (which took a lot of that yarn, believe me, Ruth has done a little designing, too. Her poncho design—a giant circle of a wrap in multi-colored stripes— was all over White cloud in just the time it took to knit. During the tourist season, travelers from throughout the Midwest left town with Ruth's poncho pattern as a prized sou- poncho has come a long way from White Cloud. Now it's yours, too. for the knitting. It's a fashion-right topper that's roomy and smart vemr. Ruth Graves' at the Dell Methodist Church. Guests were sealed at a long table covered with a white linen cloth and centered with a spring arrangement of daisies, dutch iris and babies breath. will drip dry. Season's 'In' Fabric Blithe spirits take form in the merry, moving print shapes that will billow in the summer breeze. Colors will he as flash- For the occasion, Miss Partin ing as discotheque lights. These chose a red linen ensemble Pretty cool floats of summer and was presented a cymbidium orchid by the hostesses. Mrs. Dallas Brownlee, mother ol the bride-elect, was attired in a beige linen dress and was presented a yellow carnation corsage. Guests attending, were Anita Brownlee, sister of the honoree and classmates from Hendrix College and the University of Arkansas. The hostess presented Miss Partin with brass candelabra. rush to finish the first one so you can start the second. It's a year-round fashion for slacks or skirts and costs about $15 to $25 depending on your yarn. ..Knit Knacks There conies a time when even the best of us finds she's dropped a stitch. Well, don't just sit there— pick it up. Here's how I do it. Use a crochet hook to pick up the dropped stitch. When you've caught the wayward stitch, work it up on the horizontal thread of each row, keeping the stitch in pal- tern, until you reach the row you're working on. Now you're back in business until the next Workshop Is Tuesday Charlevoix chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring a Lineage Research Workshop lo be held Tue- day at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. The registration fee, which includes lunch, is $2. The schedule will be as follows: Coffee and registration. 9:30 lo 10 a.m.; first session, 10 lo 12 noon; lunch from 12 to 1 p.m. and the second session from 1 3 p.m. The workshop will be conducted by Mrs. E. M. Standifer of Memphis. It will be open lo anyone interested in this field. Those plan ning to attend have been asked to call Mrs. Graham Partlow Jr. weightlessness naturally are in cotton voile ... just about the jiggest "in" fabric of the season. Pants Dress Has Sparkle Summer fun can begin with the matching pants dress for mother and daughter. It's a great one for all the lively outdoor days beginning now. Cotton sailcloth is the most durable and pique, dressy and pretty. Take your choice of solids or prints and you'll be the sparkler on any active day fn my last column, I asked your own ideas for the Knit Knack section. Just in case you missed it, this is a reminder: If you have any hints or shortcuts you use in knitting or crochet why not pass them along to other Stichin' Time readers. When you are making tart jhclls from pastry dough, cut out the rounds about 1-4-inch arger than necessary. After :he pastry dough is in the pans, urn back the "overhang" and lute the edge. Read Courier News Classified LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE (NC) "FRANK/E AND JOHNNY"— with Elvis Presley "GHOST AND MR. CHICKEN" — with Don Knotts SUN • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE DEAN MARTIN "Who's Been ;/ ^sleeping in My / Bed?" OHM THE A DRIVE-IN OPENS AT 7:45.SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Bits of News! J moiitfy pei'6on liiiliiigilillllllllllllliiillliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillililii Joe Evrard of Memphis underwent surgery in Memphis Methodist Hospital Friday morning. He's the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Mooney of Danvers, Mass., are parents of a daughtter, Rosanna Lee, born Thursday, June 1, at Hunt Memorial Hospital here. Mrs. Mooney is the former Miss Maureen Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Forrest returned to their home in Elmwood Park, 111., after visiting his mother, Mrs. C. W. Forrest, of Blytheville and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wilson of Dexter, Mo. Mrs. Shelby Cochran of Minn eapolis, Minn., arrived Friday with her children, Christopher and Catherine, visit her father, E. M. McCall. Miss Nellie Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of Summerville, Mo., formerly of Blytheville, is spending the summer with her parents. She is a student at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stinnett of Osceola announce the birth of their first child, a son, Jack Jr. Grandparents are Mrs. Alma Sorrels of West Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stinnett of Blytheville. Mrs. Stinnett is the former Miss Judy Sorrells. Miss Angela Pegram of Jackson, Tenn., arrived last night to visit Airman 2C Dwayne Tinker, his mother. Inez Taylor Tinker, and brother Troy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fisher and children Kay, Bobby and Linda of Arkadelphia are spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wahl and family. Miss Susan Huffman will arrive today to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, and brother Mike. Miss Huffman resides in Houston, Tex., where she teaches German at Waltrip High School. PTA Reports The Mississippi County Council of PTA met recently in Osceola. Mrs. W. C. Larue Jr., president, presided. Representatives of each school gave short reports of their past year's activities. A report was given by Mrs Leon Meador on the state PTA convention held in Little Rock. The council announced that Mrs. Lillian Hart, a third grade teacher at Yarbro, was the recipient of the life-time member, ship award. New officers installed Were president, Mrs. Marvin Lipford, vice president, Mrs. Herbeil Hardin; secretary, Mrs. Gerald Donner and treasurer, Mrs. Bill Frazier. Luncheon Honors Miss Brown Mrs. Sam Hamra and daugh ter, Miss Marilyn Hamra hon ored Miss Sara Ann Brown bride-elect of Charles LeCompte with a luncheon yesterday a' Maplewood Manor in Steele. The table was overlaid will an imported outwork linen clot] and centered with an arrange ment of large pastel colored ro ses, grown by the hostess. A special guest was Mrs. J Frank Brown, mother of the hon oree. She and her daughter wer presented corsages. The bride-elect was presentei a gift of china in her chosen pal tern by the hostesses and a sil ver covered casserole dish b; the other guests. Guests attending were from Caruthersville, Steele, Blythe ville and Midwest City, Okla Miss Brown and Mr. LeComp le will be "married Wednesdaj at the First Christian Church in Blytheville. GETS DEGREE — James David Seymore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seymore, recently received his Master of Science degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. He has completed a one year research project which has been accepted for publication in July. Mr. Seymore has been commissioned a second lietutenanl and will enter the Army in August. Homemokers Heat Softens Wax Wax shoe polish that has dried or caked can be made usable again by letting the tight, ly capped can float in hot water until the wax softens. Protect Tennis Equipment Protect tennis balls and tennis racquet'heads by wrapping [hem in polyethylene bags. Bring Out Flavor To bring out the best flavor in canned fruits, open the can i and place the fruit in a dish for at least a half hour before serving. Keep the dish at room temperature. Platter Art Don't be hasty about throwing out your old phonograph records. They make interesting wall decorations for a basement play room. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30-7:30 p.m. Lost Time Today "HOTEL"—with Rod Taylor SUN. • MON. • TUES, Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "BIRDS DO IT" — AND — "WOMEN OF THE PREHISTORIC PLANET" Society News Donna START SUMMER in an easy-knit cardigan that's fashion-right through every season. You can knit this versatile sweater-jacket in "Thtweight worsted from 12 to 20. SUN. • MOM. • TUES. HOST J COMMAND] Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt were honored recently at a dinner given for them by their children. The dinner was in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary which was May 31. Goff Hotel provided the setting for the occassion. The dinner table held a large centerpiece of bronze mums and daisies. Mrs. Eberdt was presented with a gold orchid corsage and Mr. Eberdt received a gold boutonniere ••• Gifts were presented to the couple and pictures taken throughout the afternoon. Attending were members of the family. Hosts and hostesses were the daughters and sons-in-law of the honored couple who were Rev. and Mrs. Joe Van Cleve of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. McDonald of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Delia Schmidt and children Tomy, Gus, Pat and Faith. PRIVILEGES AtrrHORIZED It SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Newj BLY1HEVILLE, ABE ZIP • 72315 Harrj W. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts- Blvllu'villB. Ark. !*uml5hnd dally except Sunday. Second clasg onstage paid at Bly- cheville. Ark HOiME DELITERT RATES In Blytheville and towns In tbs Blvthevllle trade territory Dnllv 35C per' week BV MAIL PASABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles ol Blythevllle 58.00 per year wore than 50 miles friim Blytheville £18.00 per year SERVING &.i 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. SUNDAY PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Claudean Pierce, Mgr. SUNDAY MENU Turkey and Dressing . ... t 75e Meat Loof ...,,.. .50e Southern Fried Chicken ... 55e Top Sirloin of Beef 70e VEGETABLES Creamed Potatoes Wh. Kernel Corn Peas ala Mushrooms Green Beans Baked Apples Buttered Squash (Your Choice 15c each) Variety of Salads, Slaws and Pies Evening Service, (Tues. thru Fri.) from 5 til 8 p.m. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m., 7 Days a Week SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE A Universal Release 'sal Release SUN.-MQN.-TUES.~WED. (GA) ROBCOTMORSe MKHoeiee Rumrvauee COMING SOON TO THE KITZ DOUBLE TROUBLE - With Elvis Presley EIGHT ON THE LAM - With Bob Hope * Phy|||, er THE CORRUPT ONES - With Robert Stack & Elk. Somma, DON'T MAKE WAVES - With Ton, Curil, * CUudU Urttart HOMBHE - With P»ul Newman UrdlMU

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