The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 23, 1967
Page 4
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Pag* Four- BlytheviUa (Ark.) Courier News - Friday. Juat «, — Society News — .._... Phnne PO I Donna Smith, Society Editor Miss Scott McCrary Jamison Scott Jamison Is Betrothed To Eddie Lee Warrington The engagement of Miss Scott i Miss Jamison is a senior at McCrary Jamison and Eddie | the University of A r k a n s a s Lee Warrington is announced 1 where she is majoring in social todav by her parents, Mr. and studies and library science. * -, , , nr_j-t 7 nn -.;r-nn Af tVip univprsit.v she l Phone PO 3-4461 Pool Party Is Monday The Delta Delta Delta alumni association will have a swimming party Monday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee Sr. All alumni and Tri Delta members in college in the area have been invited to attend. Hostesses will be Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr. and Mrs. Charles Moseley. Auxiliary Eentertained Blytheville Junior Auxiliary members and associate members were entertained at a peot side party yesterday at the E. B. Gee, Sr., home. Attending as a special guest was Mrs. Murray Lancaster, wife of the new rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and formerly of Batesville. Mrs." Robert Jamison, At the university she is a Sirs. KODeri Mi^raiy ommauu, ™ ••«- ~j --• of Blytheville. Mr. Warrington member of Zeta Tau Alpha so- i5 the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ro-1 rarity, the Student National Edland Hiram Warrington also of ucation Association anI the Young Republican Club. This spring she was selected the Blytheville. Grandparents of Miss Jamison are Mrs. Catherine Pedron and the late James Francis Pedron of Camden. and the late James N. Jamison and Mrs. La- Nita Jamison Godwin of Holly Springs, Miss. Mr. Warrington is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie William Burks of Blytheville and the late Mr. and Mrs. Lee Warrington of Blytheville. Miss Jamison was graduated with honors from Blytheville High School in 1964 where she was a member of the National Honor Society, the Beta Club Dreamgirl of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Also a 1964 graduate of Blytheville High School, Mr. Warrington was a member of the Student Council, the "B" Club, and chairman of the Dance Committee. He participated in football, basketball and track. Presently, Mr. Warrington is also a senior at the University of Arkansas where he is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and the Young Democrats Club. He is in the advanced Rethe Red Pepper Club, and the serve Officers Training Corps Student Council. She was elect-1 and upon graduation will be ed senior queen, football maid,! commissioned a second lieuten- Valentine Court maid, and sen-1 ant in the United States Army, ior class treasurer. i Mr. Warrington is a business She attended Mississippi State administration major. College for Women in Colum-1 The couple will be married bus; Miss., her freshman year and was a member of the Troubadour Social Club. Aug. 26, in a ceremony to be solemnized at the First Methodist Church here. Fabric Sale Sew & Save! Mr and Mrs. Koehler Blankenship of Dell announce the birth of a daughter, born June 17 at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. She has been named Mildred Elizabeth. Mrs. Blankenship is the former Miss Pam Crafton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton of Blytheville. Mr and Airs. Richard Jiedel of Los Angeles, Calif., formerly of Blytheville are visiting friends in Blytheville this week. Col. and Mrs. C. E. Welborn of Okinawa were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. Harry Kirby of Blytheville. Colonel Welborn is a nephew of Mrs. Kirby. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal is a patient in the Chickasawba Hospital. She is in Room E-17. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ladd an. nounce the birth of their first child a daughter, born June 19 at the Blytheville Air Force Base Hospital. She has been named Kathy Marlene. Mrs. Ladd is the former Miss Deborah Kay Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe have returned from a trip to Detroit. They visited their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. James C. Lowe and children Cynthia, Robbie and Jenifer in Bloomfield, Mich., where they were joined by another son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lowe of Evanston, 111. Before returning home, they visited Mr. Lowe's sister, Mrs. A. E. Sargent and Mr. Sargent of Whitehaven, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. James Gill have returned from a t h r e.e week visit in Las Graces, N. M. and Santa Ana, Calif. In Las Cruces, they visited with their son, Gary, who is doing research at the New Mexico State University. In Santa Ana ney were guests of their daugh- er and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ellis Jr. Mr. Ellis is tationed at the United States Marine Air Base there. The University or Arkansas College of Business Administra- ion announced today that Mrs Charles LeCompte has been named to the academic honor Paris Hemlines Are Dropping For Winter Style The Italian Way By HELEN HENNESSY Women's Editor Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK - (NBA) - Ital ian ready - to - wear gains more in importance here each season. And from what was shown at the Samia Ready-to- Wear show in Turin recently the manufacturers have unabashedly jumped on the Carnaby Street bandwagon — with a definite Italian touch in colors and better fabrics. While the London mini- and microskirts were the exception ast season, they were the rule this time. The average skirt length was 14% inches. The traditional Italian osa- ervative look was conspicuous yj its a b s u n c e. And there wasn't a black dress in sight. Capes were or. the scene, coupled with both dresses and iuits. One manufacturer featured orduroy trench coats in tangerine and shocking pink. Other coats came with matching slacks to give the appearance of slack suits with longish jackets. This is the year of the slack suit. In fact, the classic suit seems to have been almost replaced by this new phenomenon available for all hours and occasions. Slack suits were shown in wool, corduroy, felt, velvet and Shetland. The jackets had fitted waists, the slacks •extremely wide belts and cuffed and flared legs. Dressy dresses were simple, falling from plain round collars and skimming the body. Lots of ornamental beading and embroidery decorated try By LUCI NOEL PARIS (AP) - Hemlines are coming down in the new Paris collections for fall and winter. About an inch below the knee seems to be the consensus. "Mine will be longer," says Carven. "Why freeze in winter?" "Hemlines can't get any shorter," says Se Rauch. "I'm dropping them." Coco Chanel, who once got herself in trouble with the young swingers with a blast at min- isirts, says: 'I'm against ugliness. I always think of the onceover a man gives a woman. Elegance is a harmony." The collections will be shown next month. The Paris houses that went a. couple of inches above the knee seem deter- made a tentative move in this mad a tentative move in this direction last year by lengthening coats. Michel Goma of Jean Patou is sponsoring comfortable length with occasional dives to calf length." Guy Laroche thinks the time has come to search for better proportions." He feels, however calf length is incompatible with contemporary living." Jen Pomarede, designer for Jacques Heim, will show two lengths. For daytime, he skims the knee cap. From cocktail time on he hs a surprise calf length." Gerard Pipart, designer for Nina Ricci, spreads his lengths around the block. For sports, he follows a traditional British look, below the knees. For afternoon they swing short, and for evening they are often irregular. But nothing has changd for Ted Lapidus, the most offbeat o! all Paris couturiers. He sticks to his guns and claims both mothers and daughters wiT show kneecaps in a variety o: minilengths." Other than the hemlines, the prospect for the new season is a vereing away from the Twiggy look and the masculine sil houette and back to the femi nine girls. Clothes will be cut t shol the figure. Waists will be cinched and always belted necklines flattering and sleeves everywhere. WOC Has Business Meeting The Women of the Church of First Presbyterian met Monday at 2 p.m. for a business meeting and social hour. Mrs. Sam Black, president, presided at the meeting. Mrs. Ernest McKenzie gave the devotional. The circle £ ount was presented. Two delegates to Synodical Training School at Batesville, Mrs. Martin Wilkinson and Mrs. Arnold Britton, gave reports. Mrs. John Cherry was in charge of the program and introduced Mrs. William Clark, Arkansas Synodical president, DIUIUCIV Utx^ui aitu i\\ r ' ^ *»•• «vn«u»*« "j i. > and hemlines and bell-shaped, who spoke on new church lit- sleeves were an overwhelming erature. Upholstery Fabrics M .. M ., M , JB ,.: M .:.. M ., . Now $2.49 Reg. 3.99 . Reg. 2.98 , I . M . 1MM .,. MTO ,. B . TO . MM .Now $1.98 Reg. 1.98 .-,..,...-.,„,-.,„..,., ...... Now 98e Values to 1.98 2 Yds. $,100 DRAPERY & SLIPCOVER 1 One Table Assorted DRESS MATERIALS One Table ASST. FABRICS $400 25* Top Mark Fabrics 130 East Main ANY TIME YOUR PLANT BREAKS DOWN AND NO SOLUTION IS FOUND, CALL US WE MAY CUSS — BUT YOU WON'T HEAR IT. Manufacturing ana Machine Work* PO 2-2911 BARKSDALE 325 South Broadway trend. The big fabric was casen- iino," a compact bonded wool- 2n. And predominant evening iabrics were jacquards, brocades and ottomans. The evening collections glittered with gold and silver. Lame is as strong as ever and evening knitwear is almost exclusively in jersey lame. As for audacious color teams for daytime wear, expect apricot with violet, lemon with apple green, orange and chartreuse, orange with sky blue and brick red with flame red. roll of the senior class for the spring semester. She has maintained a 3.2 grade average ana is ranked in the upper 10 percent of her class. She is the former Miss Sara Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Brown of Steele. Couple Weds Miss Linda Marie Gaglianio and Uless Isabel! were married June 15 by E. M. Holt. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Arnette of Morgan City, La., and Mr. and tlrs. Claude Byrd of Keiser. They are making their home n Blytheville where Mrs. Isa>ell is employed at the Razor- jack Restaurant and Mr. Isa- . )ell is employed at Randall Co safe! Save on plunge bra w» adjustable stretch straps softly padded cups of polyester Sberfill. 32A/38B 3.95 PANTY GIRDLE 3.39 Lycra spandex controls lightly, smoothly with extra comfort of Lova We'* magic mesh back insert. S/M/L/XL 435 LONG 6MOLE 4.19 Regular 1.25 padded bra R«0ilar £50 Action ta» 2.00SwHhM . . . 2fer2J9 . . . liar339 . . . Zter3v*9 Mte . 2fcr349 mode o'day nic nr M«;> ' 226 W. Main Church Group Has Party Drome, There were 15 attending. Game winners were Miss Julie Jones and Miss Jean Barriss. Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - SHOW STARTS AT DUSK • SUNDAY • MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Art Show Is Tomorrow A Blytheville artist will have „ show at the first annual Art ?air of Southland Mall in Mem ihis tomorrow. Mrs. Damon Cook is among I the 150 mid-South painters, sculp tors, ceramic artists and weavers who will have individual shows from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Some will illustrate their activities as their art objects are viewed in a colorful thoroughfare arrangement. Mrs. Cook, who began her art career in December, is a student at the Norris School of Art. She recently exhibited some of her oil paintings at the Blytheville Area Art Show in Osceola and the Lepanto Art Chapter Show. . SH, t, KflUH »1»IU I KIWI FHM TECHWCOIOR^FROM WARNER BROS. OPENS AT 8:00 SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Razorbaek's Guest for Today: REV. & MRS. T. J. GREENE City Are invited to be our fuest to enjoy any dinner on our menu FREE. Saturday's Special! Cold Assorted Fruit Plate ft Erf with Sherberf .. OUp Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION MURR THEATRE Your Friendly T heat to OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Won. thru Fri.— 7:30 PJW. Sat. & Sun. 2:30-7:30 p.m, FRI. AND SAT. Plus "PSYCHO CIRCUS" SUN. • MON. • TUES. S Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Rwy 61 OSCEOLA *••••••••• FRI. AND SAT. Double Feature WARNtftCOUMtJ Plus SUN. • MON. • TUES "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die" Starring • Miehttl Conner* • Dorothy Provta* Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE (NC) 'THE CORRUPT ONES" — with Robert Stack and Elke Sommer 'THE COOL ONES" — With Roddy McDowell SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE ©1965 American International Pictures SUN. -MON. -TUES. -WED. (Not Classified) tony curtis claudia cardinale ,'tomartin ransdhoff •Filmed in tk\My-w!ywd outWettin the lira) d| gluiesandpeo* ' where the boi* and COMING SOON TO THE BUI SOMBRE — With Pau) Newman CAPRICE — With Doris Day ft Richard Harris THE BLUE MAX - With Qtngt Peppard & Crrala AndM, GEORGY GIRL - With James Mawn * Lynn Rcdnna EL DORADO - With John Wayn. & Robert Mifehum THE BIG MOUTH - with Jerry Lewi, YOU ONLY MVE TWICE - Ylth Stan Conmiy Tfct Coolest & Most Enjoyable Spot fn Torn Is Tin Kit* Theatre

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