The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 1, 1966
Page 2
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Pif« t*o - Blythevffle (Art.) Courier N«wi - Md«y,.Aprfl J..1H6 — Society News — 1 . . nv.M*A OA •.. Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 84461 Bridge Clubs Entertained „ Gay Seasons Bridge Club met this week with Mrs. Jerry Nail who invited as F. D. Craft. Traveling prize was won by Mrs. Charles McKinney and game winners included Mrs. Win Loggins, Mrs. Jimmy Earls and Mrs. Cecil Holcomb. A dessert course was served >y the hostess. Mrs. Roy Bray will entertain at the next meeting. Entertaining Down One Bridge Club this week was Mrs. Tony Wyatt. Welcomed by the group were a new member, Mrs. Harry Miss Sandra Elaine Moore Photo br M»41* Miss Sandra Elaine Moore to Say Vows in June Wedding Announcement was made to* day by Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wilson Moore of Blytheville of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandra Elaine, oj Memphis, to JJrrimy Warren Johnson of Memphis and Tchula, Miss. Mr. Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Forrest Johnson-of Tchula. f- jfjns have been made for a JuS£4 wedding fa First Baptist Church here. Bits of News ntutty a guest, Mrs. 3hurchwell, and Lloyd Pullum a guest, Mrs. Afternoon winners were Mrs. Bert Phillips, Mrs. Murphy Tay< [of and Mrs. Churchwell. Mrs. Taylor will host the club next week. Thursday Club members and a guest, Mrs. F. E. Black were entertained yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Winners were Mrs. J. E. Dicks and Mrs. Afiiick. The home of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry was decorated with re< camelias and jonquils when Mid-Week Club members met for an afternoon ot bridge. Guests, Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, were win ners in games. The club will not meet next E5 y ptri illllilliiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiliiilllll Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Freemon Moore of Fayetteville announce the. adoption of a baby girl born Jan. 13. She has been named Amy Lee. Mrs. Moore, he former Mary Ann Mitchell of Little Rock, is a member of he Farmington High School faculty in Farmington, Ark. Mr. vloore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce M. Moore of Blytheville, will receive his law degree in June from the University of Arkansas at which time they will make their home in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce M. Moore have returned from Little Rock where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Moore and daughter. A son, Kevin Allen, was born to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Salter of Cookstown, N. J., on March 21. Mrs. Salter is the former Jenny Nichols of Blytheville. The couple have another son, Robbie, 3, Mr. and Mrs. Ulice Nichols of Blytheville returned Saturday from Cookstown when they went to see their new grandson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Salter are stationed at McGuire Air Force Base there. Miss Kae Yates will return to Arlington, Vs., today after being released from the Queens Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Miss Yates was injured in an accident March 18 while vacationing on the islands with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates, and sister, Sandra. Olan Allison is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital in Room Garden Club Receives Award At Convention Mm. Jimn Tully, president, received a "Standard of Excellence Award" on behalf of Blytheville Garden Club when lh« Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs met this week for the 35th annual convention in Little Rock. Mrs. W. V. Castleberry, state president, presided over the meeting which carried the theme, "Panorama of Arkansas." Others attending from Blyth* ville were Mr*. D. C. Pafford and Mrs. James V. Dates. The Blytheville Club also received awards for the best Bird Posters in the Bird Contest held rUBlQLO "I «.« ***»« wit™** ••••» — in the Blytheville schools and]and badges, sponsored by the local club in cooperation with the state organization. These awards and posters will be on display at the Blytheville Woman's Club on Wednesday, April 6, during the club's flower show. This show will be open to viewers from I until 7 p.m. NEWS OF THE ulllllUIIIIINIIIIIIIItlllillfflllW Approximately 200 attended the Girl Scout mother - daughter tea held March 20 tt P'ytlw- ville Air Force Base. Mrs. John Thompson, neighborhood chairman, welcomed guests and introduced the program. The program consisted of the flag ceremony, Girl Scout promise, songs and readings, awl a fashion show from the girl's own wardrobes. Refreshments were served from a table centered with an arrangement of Scout emblems The bride-elect was graduatec from Blytheville High Schoo and received her bachelor of arts degree in education from the University of Mississippi in Oxford. Her sorority was Zeta Tau Alpha, which she sewed as vice- rresident. She is now working toward her master's degree in education at Memphis State University. Miss Mocre U employed by week during Holy Week. Next hostess will be Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Immediate Delivery 1966 Cadillac CALIAS COUPE if LIGHT BLUE COLOR if FULLY EQUIPPED |30I W. Walnut BOB SULLIVAN CHEVROLET-CADILLAC CO. OPfN fVEN/NGS Phone PO 3-4578 Communism Topic of Joint Meeting A joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary was held Monday night at the Legion Hut. In charge of the program on Communism were Americanism chairmen, Billy Meharg and Mrs. Marjorie Wright. A film entitled, "Communism in Action," was shown by Mrs. Zola Scott of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. followed by a discussion led by L. D. Provst ol CaruthersvUIe. Brenda Ferguson, president of AL Junior Auxiliary gave a Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson have returned after spending wo months in Honolulu where :hey visited their son, Robert 0. Johnson. They also toured the islands of Maui and Kauai. Dee Criner is a patient in Doctors Hospital in Room 206. Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath lave as guests their daughter, Gini, and Ike Brighton of Tulsa. They are both students at ihe University of Oklahoma visiting here during spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry returned yesterday from a trip to New York where Mr. Berry attended a seminar on Christianity and World Issues and from Nashville where they visited their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Berry. The Berrys were accompanied home from Nashville by their grand- childen, Kendall Wood and brief talk on displaying honoring the flag. and Shelby County Board of Education in Memphis, teaching at West Haven Elementary School in Whitehaven. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ivy Seay, Leslie Moore and the late Mrs. Moore, all of Blytheviile. Grandparents of Mr. Johnson are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCreary of West, Miss., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson of Vaiden, Mies. Chllia ««/ mm tkn tinning. ""IKi)*itd fritminf ...a ml) Ikt art of a frofcuienil drycltantr fntmithim. Rithapiiuthtyattip ally ft tiittr. Sftlliulf elm. Juil—vrl! irttmit. It't *lw*ys Good Grooming Wnk it C&W Laundry-Cleaners ••)'*«' ' ' f. • .' MO S. DMlrOH PLANTS Hybrid Big Bo; Tomato Plants SOc doz. Hybrid Martlob* .... 35e doi. Several Other Kind Pepper It Eft Plant! Sharp* Plant Btdi 220S Carolyn St. Phone PO 3-8493 THEATRE Your Fritndly Thtatn OSCEOLA ••••t•••*•••••»••••••» FRI. . SAT. - SUN. MON. - TUES. . WED. JAMES BOND DOES IT EVERYWHERE! SEAN C0NNERY "THIINDERBAU; Tournament Winners Told Winner* of the open pair championship tournamen. of Officer's Duplicate Bridge League played Wednesday evening at the Officer's Club have be«n announced. First • place trophies were awarded to Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Affllek and second - place trophies to Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. Charles Langston. Other winners were third, Mrs. Bob Valentino and Mrs. Ray Mann of Osceola; fourth, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Foy Etchieson; fifth, Mrs. King Tatley and Mrs. Douglas Donoho, and sixth, Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller. Reservations for games next week may be obtained by calling Capt. John Lesieutre at LE 2-5718 or Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LE 2-9928. League Meets For Bridge Duplicate Bridge League met at Shamrock Lanes last, night for regular bridge games. Winners were first, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Harry W. Haines; second, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. S. E. Tune, and third, Mrs. J. R. Stevenson and Mrs. Lloyd Burcham. A master point game will be played tomorrow afternoon beginning at I:IS at Shamrock Lanes. Paige. Mrs. James B. Tully is in Hayti this afternoon to attend funeral services for her aunt, Mrs. Lela Coltharp. Jill McHaney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McHaney, underwent a tensilectomy this morning in Chickasawba Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin returned yesterday to their home in Wynnewood, Pa. Easter Cantata To Be Sunday At First Baptist "No Greater Lave" will be the theme of the Easter cantata to be presented Sunday evening in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church beginning at 7:30. The chancel choir will be un- jder the direction of James B. Johnson, minister of music and education at First Baptist. I Charles Abel will narrate the j program anrt Mrs. C. M. Smart j will be at the organ. I Soloists in the presentation j will include Miss Martha Huffman, Johnny Buchanan, Mrs. Alvis B. Carpenter, Frank Huffman, Murray Smart, Jr., Mrs. John Hyde and Bill Tom Brooks. The public is invited. !iiiiiii!iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Movies DRIVE-IN SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiip Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••••••• FRI. • SAT. • SUN. • MON. 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