The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1968 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 10, 1968
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W/L$pN NEWS <•••»••«••••••••••••• MRS. W. A. HOGANj Jr. • •»•••••••••§••••»••••••••••••••••••>* make their home in Jackson, Miss. Others attending were Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hays. The annual Youth Talent Contest sponsored by the Wilson Lions Club was held in the Wilson School Cafetorium at 7:30 p.m. last Friday, May 31, under the direction of John Dresbach, head of the music department of Wilson Schools. Ralph Thompson served as master of ceremonies for the event, Judges were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore and Mr. Charles Haynes, all of Hornersville, Mo. Also in attendance was.Mr. Charles Shivler, representative of the Mid-south Fair, youth talent contest division, who invited the first - place winner to appear in • their youth talent contest this fall in Memphis. First - place winner was Mis" Ann Browder of Osceola who gave a vocal solo accompanied at the piano by Miss V i c k i Chiles, $25. Second - place winner was a vocal duet number by Tim Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Little Jerry and Mrs. Cullom's mother, Mrs. S. A. RegenoliJ of Kennett, Mo., drove to Fayetteville last Tuesday to pick up Miss Peggy Jo Cullom. who has just completed her junior year,at the University ' of Arkansas.' They returned home Friday a f t e r spending.a few days at Jack's FisMng Carhp on White River. Reggie Cullom, who has been at :01e Miss doing'graduate work : this ..past .year, arrived home last week to spend the summer here with his parents before entering medical school this fall in Little Rock. As soon as school was out last week, Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Price left for,Montgomery, Ala., for an Overnight visit With Mrs. Price; Sr., and then went on to Panama City, Fla., to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Lloyd Jr. They were especially anxious to see their granddaughters, 2- year old Lisa and 2-week old Sherrill. On. their return trip they will visit Mr. nd Mrs. F. E. Tompkiiis and other relatives in Mobile. " JHogan and Johnny Thompson Joe Goble, son of Mr. and 0 £ Wilson - $15 Mrs. Alex Goble Jr.; and Larry Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlan-Stewart, left Saturday for Third place went to Miss Janie Miller of Wilson, .wbo gave a vocal solo. $10. Camp Robinson where they will | Honorable- mention went to represent 'Wilson High Schooll Billy Ray Faulkner .of Wilson at; Boys State. j w )) 0 gave a vocal solo,-and to A. H. Williams drove to Fay- Miss Dbnrta Dresbach'. of Os etteville last Wednesday to pick up, his son, Andy,.who has just completed his junior year at the University. They returned home Thursday. Miss Brehda Heady of Jonesboro is spending this week in the'home of her uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Haltom. 'Miss Patti Sano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M..Saiio, was the hpnoree at a farewell party last Wednesday . night. at. the home of' Miss Judy Perriberton. The Sanos 'will leave in the near future to make- their home in California. Around 50 classmates and friends gathered for an eve ning of;.fun. Patti .received nu- merous'farewell gifts. ' Frank Perkins and Tom Bus- ceola who did a dance- and twirl number. Mrs. Bill Betzner. and son Jim Frank, of Hazen were week end guests .'of Mr. .and Mrs. ,J C. Perry. Mrs. Perry-and Mrs Betzner are sisters. Mr. and.Mrs, Mack Davidson spent .the weekend in Batesville with Mr. Davidson's mother, Mrs. Emma Davidson. Miss Kay Hogari accompanied Mrs. B. M. Kincaid Sr., Misses Bruce and Inez Kincaid and Miss .Lois Kincaid of Richmond, Mo., to Eden Isle Sunday. They returned home Wednesday. They were joined there by Miss Mary Snipes of Jonesbpro. ' Dr. J. D. Rankin of Ham burg and Billy Rankin of Luf- Bey were in Indianapolis, Ind., kin, Tex., were here over the and friends gathered foran eve-; weekend to visit with their par Indianapolis 500 Race. 'ents, Mr. J. D. Rankin, who is Mrs: Bob Nelson and Mrs. in the Methodist Hospital' in Earl Morgan, drove to Oxford, Memphis after suffering a ser Miss;, last' week to pick up jous heart attack, and Mrs. Debbie Nelson who has jus^Rankin. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Floyd had as week-end guests their children, Delmer Floyd, SP-5, T. J. McAfee Jr., Ralph:from p or t Benning, Ga., Mr. completed her freshman year at Ole Miss. Thompson, John Crain Jr. and Donnie McDaniel enjoyed a fishing trip to Peter's Island over the weekend. Mrs. Donnie McDaniel spent the weekend in Paris with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman McDaniel. Mrs. T. J. McAfee Jr. visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wells, in Memphis Sunday. Mrs.- Ralph Thompson, Johnny and Cheryl drove to Vanndale Sunday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Gladys.Graf- ton and other . Members of the T. J. McAfee family gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gwyn Saturday night for dinner honoring - Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe McAfee who will leave this week to and Mrs. David Lee and children, Susan and Patti, of Sikes- tpn, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Floyd and Diana; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Floyd and Michael, all -of West Memphis; and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Floyd and children, JoAnne and Wayne of Clarksdale. , Miss Sammie Sue Davis has returned to Harding College at Searcy for the summer term after spending the weekend with her mother, -Mrs. Betty Noblin Davis. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bufkin returned' last Sunday from a week's visit in Minneapolis, Minn., with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harn den and children, Danny, David and Sarah." Miss Cathy Whitaker spent the weekend with her parents, before returning to State College of Arkansas to register for the summer term. Also home for the weekend 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mooring, was Miss 'Bonnie Lynn Lawrence. Bonnie Lynn is' also attending the first-term o! summer school at State .College. : Mrs. Betty Noblin Davis and daughter, Sammie Sue, were in Marvell last Saturday where honor in Miss Chris Jackson's wedding. Sammie arid.. Chris have been roommates at'Hard- ing College. Returning home with Sammie was another roommate : Miss Lanette , White of Dallas, Texas, who spent the weekend here. : Mr., and Mrs. -W. A. Lindsay and Lou were joined by Mr. Lindsay's mother, Mrs. Alfred Lindsay of -Newport, for graduation exercises last weekend at State College of Arkansas. Miss Mary Flo Lindsay was a member of the graduating class and accompanied her mother home on Monday Bill Lindsay who attended Arkansas State University this past year is also home for the summer with-: his parents Maj and Airs Ermon Rich mond and children Robert Gor don and Steve spent last Thurs day and Friday with Mrs Rich monds parents Mr and Mrs Harry Bufkin They left Satur day for Springfield Va to make their home. Major Richmond will be stationed at Fort Belvoir. Va. Harry Bufkin Jr. of Jonesboro spent last Saturday with his parents Mr and Mrs Har ry Bufkm Vacation Bible School is underway this week at the First Baptist Church in Wilson and is under'the direction of John DresbachV Mrs; H. G. 'Yates is secretary, Mr. Ray Pembertoh is in charge of crafts, Mrs. Bill Moon, superintendent of the nursery; -Mrs. Ray Becknell, beginners Mrs Ray Pemberton pn maries; Mrs. Jim Germany, junior'Number One; Mrs. Joe Elkins junior Number Two Mrs.. Bob-Nelson, intermediates Mrs. Albert Greenwell has charge - •, of refreshments and Glenda Medlin is pianist. Soybean Program To Be Highlighted By Joe H. Scott Extension Agronomist Portageville, Mo. A Spybaen Industry Program for Southeast Missouri will be highlighted at a dinner meeting 7 p.m., June 26th at the Delta Center, Portageville. The soybean program is the result of many hours of study by 140 soybean industry leaders in eleven Southeast Missouri Counties. It contains the present situation and recommendations for improvement of the production and marketing of soybeans in Southeast Mis. Mr. and Mrs. -Russie Perry, Mrs.. Bob Cummings and Mrs. H. G. Yates attended the night sess-ion of the Proficiency School, of the 15th district of the Eastern Star held at Monette May'30. Mrs. Gilber Wiley-attended both the afternoon and night sessions. HENRY 0. HAMPTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hampton of Bly'thveille received a Bachelor of-Science degree June 2 from The College of the Ozarks. He was one of 96 to receive degrees. WEDNESDAY AWARDED THE COMMEN DATION Medal by the Air Forte recently is Maj Jack Cook son of Mrs Gertrude Cook of Blytheville Major Cook is assistant professoi of > The dinner meeting is open souri. Copies of the published report of the study and recommendations will be available to the public that evening. Wayne French, Paihton, chairman of the committee that directed the study, will give highlights, of the'report. Harris Barnes of Clarksdale, Miss., president of American Soybean Association; Dr. John Weaver, president of the University of Missouri; vice-president Brice Ratchford of the Extension Division and Dean Elmer Kiehl of the College of Agriculture will be present to discuss how their organizations can give assistance in the improvement of the soybean economy, Other Southeast Missouri lead ers serving on the steering committee with Mr. French were - Richard Simcoke, Kennett; Charles G. Ross, Caruthersville; A. C. King, poplar Bluff E B Gee Jr Bljthe ville; .Arline Avery, New,Madrid; Howard Taylor, Dexter.; John Howell, Maiden; Ed Matthews, Sikeston; Don Pemberton, Cape Girardeau; Jim Bogle East-Prairie; Walter Edwards-Jr-:,-New-Madrid; Nelson B. Tinnin, Hornersville; Al -Cravens • Caruthersville: Ken Smitten Sikeston W F James secretary, Caruthers ville; Joe -.Scott, • coordinator; Portageville and Paul Gwin editor Columbia .. Biytneyme (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, Jun« 19, 1968 — Page Thrw Y Summer Schedule!! Set for June 17 ; math at the U S Air Force Academy and is a graduate of the U S Naval Academy and the University of of Texas He s an active Baptist layman and is fcaulty advisor for the Academy s Baptist Student Union. to the public Preparations are being made for up to 300 peo pie Tickets for the e\ent can be obtained from the University Extension Centers in South east Missouri, Steering Committee members ,or at the .Delta Center, Portageville. The YMCA summer schedule will go into effect, beginning June 17 and continuing through July 31, with the Y open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. each day, according to Major Caldwell, Y director. During the summer an arts and crafts class will be conducted each Monday and Wednesday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for fourth and fifth graders and on Tuesday and Thursday at the same hours'for children in the sixth grade through the junior high level, Caldwell said. Cost of the course will be f3 for Y members and $6 for nonmembers, he added. An adult ladies class which will offer the same courses as the chlldrens', including decoupage, paper mache, collage, modeling clay, and plaster casting, will aso be held if at least 10 persons apply for the. class, with the fees set at $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers, Y officials said. Summer, gym activities will include one - hour tumbling classes, beginning June 17 and held each Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. for boys, sixth grade through junior high, and on Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 a.m. tor-boys in the fourth and fifth grades, Caldwell said Girls' classes which will in- clude fourth graders through junior high, will be conducted each Friday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., he said. High school boys will have use of the gym from 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, officials said. A tennis clinic has been planned for June 7 at 4 p.m. and on June 8 two clinics will be held, with one beginning at 9:30 a.m. and the second at 1:30 p.m., Caldwell said. All clinics will be In Walker Park and will be followed 'iip t " by a tennis tournament on June,. 15, 17 and 18, he added. ;. t Also scheduled for this summer is a kite contest hoys and girls and offering prizes for the biggest, smallest^ most unusual and most attract tive kites, Caldwell said. ,:•• The contest will be held on June 10 through the 14 and, all, kites entered must be able to be flown to be eligible, ;;; GIVE YOUR OLD WATCH A NEW LEASE ON LIFE We will completely clean and rinse your movement with the latest ultrasonic equipment. Worn inside parts will be replaced with GENUINE FACTORY PARTS. Each watch will be electronically timed and .regulated ior accuracy. AH watch repairs ftrfly guaranteed. Bring your watch io Dreifus. 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