The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 24, 1967
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I , Page Two - BlytheviHf (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, JuM M. IMT Society News J Golden Age Club Meets ..The Golden Age Club met this week in Hie home of Mrs. Mol- lic Kinningham with Mrs. Josephine Lewis as co-hostess. . There were 10 members and four guests, Mrs. J. A. Baughman of Lilburn, Mo., Miss Gina Yearbooks Are Here The Blytheviile High School annuals are now on sale at the study center from 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Those wishing to pick up their yearbooks have been asked t« Lynn Lipnzer, Mrs. Maude Godwin and Mrs. Wilma Wimberly. .The meeting was opened with pdayer, followed by a napron Hut. party during which time members displayed aprons they had made. Mrs. Mullins presented a read- Ing, "Prayer in Our Country." A get well card was singed by all members to be sent to Mrs. Lucille Baughman who is a patient in the hospilal. . The .next meeling will be with Mrs. Nola Portlock. bring their receipts. The annual signing party will be held Friday evening from 3 until 12 at the American Legion Razorback's Guest tor Today: FATHER JOS. DOYLE & GUEST City Are invited to be our fuesi to enjoy any dinner on our menu FREE. Monday's Special flam Hock with Beans. Choice of Two OCX Vegetables Uvy Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION Monday Auxiliary its of News I /I l lillies on a background of better times velvet. Lonnie Howell of Springfield 1 served the groom as best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Steve Slorey of Hoi Springs, James Robert Hannah of Harrison, Ark., Lee Rogers and Kalvin Biggers, both of Little Rock, and Charles Banks of Blythe- vilie. J *.•*?(•»; s=ssra,-5s with wide bands of jewel trim.} The neckline was also accent- periona Kninuniiiniiiiniuiiuiiiii ....... iniuniiiniiiiiiiinnimi' Mrs. Freeman Robinson has returned from an in-service training meeting in Little Rock. ed by the jewel trim around the Mrs. Ken Alexson and daugh- ed by tne jewel ir.m arouna me lew of'California are visiting off-white rolled collar. She wore her mother, Mrs. Opal Harrell a minature matching hat, and | her corsage was a white orchid, j Miss Josephine LeComple, of j Springfield, aunt of the groom, wore a mauve colored ensemble of silk knil with delicate while f ° r m , M x the former Miss Nani cy Penn. the of Dice those heavy ribs of celery (after removing the leaves) and cook in a small amount,of salted boiling water just until bead and ribbon trim on jacket. Her headpiece was made „. — „ individual flowers blending in tendercrisp. Mix with cooked color with her dress. She also : carrots, peas or chopped broc- wore a white orchid corsage, i eqli; add butler and serve as a American Legion 8 p.m. Little Hut Christ Methodist WSCS Gosnell Extension Homemake Club 97th Field Maintenance Wives | Club Tuesday Business and Professional Women's Club Eastern Star Chapter 279 Armorel-elles Extension Home makers Club Wednesday Town and Country Extension Clear Lake Baptist WMU Armorel Woman's Missionary Union Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League Blytheviile Jaycettes Junior Members of Dud Cason Mrs. Charles Martin LeComple Sara Ann Brown Is Bride Of Charles Martin LeCompte First Christian Church in Bly- theviile was the setting at 8 p.m. June 7 for the wedding of Miss. Sara Ann Brown of Steele and Charles Martin LeCompte of Springfield, Mo. Officiating was the Rev. James W. Rainwater of Little Rock, former minister of the church. Mr. and Mrs. James Frank Brown of Steele, and the groom is the son o! John Henry j the chantilly lift which was ac- LeCompte of Springfield and the late Mrs. Martin LeComple LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "HATARI" — with John Woyne "HUD" — witfc Paul Newman OPENS 8:00 — SHOW STARTS AT DUSK chantilly lace cage gown over a peau de soie sheath. The dress fetured long taper Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Brown were hosts for a reception at Blythevilie Holiday Inn. Guesls were greeted by Mrs. Lowell Williams of Memphis, at the while satin draped guest book table which held a memory candle. Presiding over the bride's table were Mrs. Dick Ritchey and Miss Josephine Cure, both of Birthday Celebrated Sonny Dobbs was honored on his eighth birthday with a party at the Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 20 guest attending and game winners were Anita Gail and Billy Williams. Sonny is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Solon Dobbs of Armorel. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Local Girl Has Birthday Joann Million celebrated her 14th birthday Friday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 20 guests present. Game winners were Becky Lindsey and Rodney Rhodes." Parents of the nonoree art Mr. and Mrs. Russell Beady. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri— 7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 -7:30 p.m. delicious vegetable accompani menl to meat, poultry, fish or eggs. Half a teaspoon of dried mint is a good flavor addition for Let Ihe mint steep in the melted butter before mixing with the peas. Dilute canned condensed SUN. • MON. • TUES, cream of mushroom soup with a little dry vermouth and use it as .the braising liquid for veal chops. LAST TIME TODAY "MILLION EYES OF SUMURU" — AND — "PSYCHO CIRCUS" ed lace sleeves arid all-in-one i Blytheviile. shoulder train of solid chantilly | The table was covered with a lace. white satin cloth and overlaid The English illusion veil was w j(j, wri jt e net caught at the bordered with chantilly lace! corners with small clusters of i Want to stretch that can of which also was used on the wedding bells matching those I stewed tomatoes? Heat the to- chapel train in applique designs i w hj c h decorated the top tier of rnatoes with cooked cauliflower-,,,,1 !„ rinnhio hnrripr around the I tho nnuMino mi™ ets — fresh or frozen. nUrCIl Uiiupci LI am «i Mpj*...}"— a— tviu\.u uci-vi atou i The bride is the daughter of j and in double border around the the wedding cake. bottom of the train. Greenery and flowers encircl- iiumi ui .me "<•••<• . ureenery and flowers encirci- Her blush veil draped over j ed fte base of the cake _ and ,« ^Uonrilhr lift whinn was 3C- ..... , „ • SUNDAY • MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Tiwf Tlma t'lttttrjjcK, i;ur tis u si s< <m iL Notwifli v \4 my wife, * you don't! «ii«!Hll«IHJ«E.kO»™UPM1C* I M hi au>n usmi • IM" =v -« Msl uii* raw WWMW MOI.I Shoemaker. The ceremony was performed in front of an all-while sunburst arrangement of gladioli, slock and lillies, background of which was an arch of lighted tapers. Suspended above this was a lighted cross. The white satin prie dieu on which the couple knelt was garlanded with smilax and caught at the center with a bouquet of lillies. ' On either side of the chancel was a cathedra] taper garlanded with smilax, and plced in the choir lofts were clusters of wpod- wardia serving as background or the branched candelabrum holding white tapers garlanded wilh smilax. Church pews were . marked with white satin bows interspersed with leather leaf. Providing wedding music were Philip Nations of Blythe- viile, organist, and Dick Ritchey of BlyKieville, vocalisl. Tbe bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a cented with a bow. Her bouquet was a cascade of stephonitis interspersed with seed pearls and centered with a white orchid. A spray of stephonatis was taken from her bouquet for the groom's buttonaire. placed in front was a plaque of white and aqua colored sugar bearing the names of the bride and groom and Kie date of their wedding. The punch table was also cov- Turn buttered pureed cooked carrots into an attractive serving dish and to pwith cooked green peas. Other reception attendants were Miss Carolyn Johnson, ered with white satin and net j Miss Joanne McHaney, Miss Su- and was centered with a white anne Saliba, all of_ Blytheviile, room's bullonaire. i chemb conta i ne r holding an all Attending the bride as maw ! while arrangement of stock, car-, of honor was her sisler Miss: nations lillies and snow-flake Mary Elizabeth Brown of Steele. i Bridesmaids were Miss Mar- pom-poms. On either side of the center- L,uutoMic.,u^ ..-.- . un euner siue 01 uie center- garel Weise of Pine Bluff, Miss piece was a five . brancbed can _ Palli Pettil of Springfield, Mo., delabrum hdding wnite tapers . Mrs. Sieve Storey of Hot si]ver h services were itj.1 u. ~..,. — ., oiivei aci vn_cd wci c Springs, MissAnn Robinson and p | aced at ejther end fl , (he tab]e _ n . Miss Sandra Saliba, both of theville. The attendants wore length gowns of aqua colored silk organza over laffeta, styled in the empire A-line, with flowing trains accenting the V-neckline in back. The full elbow-length sleeves were self embroidered, and this design was repeated in a wide border at the hemline. Their headpieces were aqua organza bows graced wilh a lia- lo of aqua illusion and their bouquets were cascades of rubrum which Miss Tannda Langston Miss Jane Burnett, Miss Susan I Ward and Miss Janie Ellis, all f Blytheviile, presided. Miss Pam Arnold of Camden nd Miss Joanne Manning of /ynne served at the groom's able, which held a chocolate ing mold surrounded by fern ronds: In the center of the cake 'as a lighted memory candle estled in greenery. OPENS AT 8:00 SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Drummer Boy serving 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. SUNDAY MENU Turkey & Dressing w/cranberry sauce 75e 1/4 Southern Fried Chicken Choice of Meat S5c Veal Steak w/Cheese 65c Top Sirloin of Beef ,...,.„,..„. .70e VEGETABLES Snowflake Potatoes Spic*d Apples Fresh Fried Squash Buttered Carrots Peas a la Mushrooms Black-eyed Peas Your Choice loc Ea. Variety of Salads, Slaws & Pie* Cliudean Pierce, Mgr. PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER J Old Fashion I • AUIAIf Fll 'N' DUMPLINS C1 En * : CHlvlVtN $I'3U : I FRIED STEAK $1.25 j ! One Dozen • •FRIED SHRIMP $1.65; j • • Prime J I RIB ROAST $1.95| I Served With Salad & • J • • Choice of Two Vegetables J SPECIALS! 6 Or. FILET MIGNON CLEARWATER CATFISH <AII YOU Can Eat) . It's Fun To Eat Out — In Air Conditioned Comfort! Drummer Boy Restaurant "Blytheville't Newts* & Finest" 1020 *. Division Ph. PO 3-8168 and Miss Sheri Edgemon of Steele, cousin of the bride. Distributing the nel bags of aqua colored rice were Angela Edgemon, cousin of the bride, and Sara Jo Saliba. During the reception Miss Diane Branscum, pianist, presented background music. For traveling, the bride wore a gold colored silk suit with bone accessories, and pinned at her shoulder the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Her bouquet was caught by her sister, Miss Mary Elizabeth Brown. Following their wedding trip, the couple is at home in Fayetteville, where Mr. LeCompte I is a student at University o] I Arkansas Law School. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE 61965 American International Pictures SUN. -MON. -TUES. -WED. (Not Classified) p - toity curtis claudia caminale Sharon tate paiuviiim'miMtrottlor COMING SOON TO THE BITZ HOMBRE — With Paul Newman CAPRICE — With Doris Day £ Richard Harris THE BLUE MAX — With George Peppard & Ursula Andres GEORGV GIRL — With James Mason & Lynn Redfrav* EL DORADO — With John Wayne & Robert Mitchum THE BIG MOUTH — With Jerry Lewis YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE — Yith Sean Connerj The Coolest & Most Enjoyable Spot In Town Is The Ritt Theatre ^WELCOME B&RD LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN" — PLUS — "HORROR OF DRACULA" (Both In Color) SUN. • MON. • TUES. "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die" Starring • Michael Conners • Dorothy Provine short cuts to Extra Value/ 1. Gofw it tfMiMtMgt here... loud and dear in turned on hues as bright as the sun! Just for ton, hwt «ur tool cotton top and start *tt| Sites g/16 i. tottm ta* tank tap tat • norm of *Mpw •round iwwi-bright pastels, looks siMtMnc w*h bonded knit whrlt thortc. Wwrt Mil KM* «/M mode o'day 226 W. 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