The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1966 · Page 2
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— Society News — .._..._* Phon«PO 84461 Glenna Lambert,_Society JEditor E.KC MEETING NOTES • Mrs. John O'Neal was hostess •Thursday to 12 members of 'Town and Country EH Club. Egg Hunt Is Planned Tomorrow Children of Blytheville Country Club members will be entertained Sunday afternoon at 1:30 with an Easter Egg Hunt at the club. The children will be divided •The meeting opened with group BOngS. ! i»c vm.v.i~» ----- -- ' The devotional entitled, "The j into two groups. The first Why of Easter," was given by sion will include those under "Mrs..Drew Hughey. Informational reports were presented by Mrs. N. C. Patterson on. "Letterwriting," Mrs. K. fc." Adkisson, "Housing Problems," and Mrs C. C. Elliott, "Care of Cookware." For a National EH Club prft- •Jeet, the group will entertain residents of Blytheville Nursing -— magazines sion will include tnose urmei four years while the second divi sion will consist o! children four to eight years oW. Chairmen of the event are Mrs. Charles Adams, group one, and Mrs. John Ed Regenold, group two. Prizes will be awarded to each group. •home with songs, '. and refreshments. Eye openers displayed were a •75 - year old doll dressed for the occasion by Mrs. Stanton Pepper. Mrs. Jerry Hearn showed an Easter arrangement wnicn featured an Easter bonnet modeled by a small child. 'Each member was requested ac m to bring a homemade article for [Bits of News I mostly ptrionat \ Miss Marti Cuadra arrived yesterday from the University of Arkansas to spend the sprini vacation with he parents, Mr and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra. Mrs. Louis Cherry left tm morning tor Stuart, Fla., to at tend funeral services for her brother-in-law, Brian Fiwier. Arriving to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan will be their daughter, Miss Francis Logan, student at the University of Arkansas, and their son, John Logan, Mrs. Logan and daughter of Little Rock, Mr. and Mra.-R-.-A. Nelson will have as a guest over Easter their son, Bill Nelson, a student Class Elects New Officers Willing Worken iJunlor IV Class of First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, class teacher, for a dinner meeting Thursday evening. After dinner, a business ses- »ton wai conducted and new of fleers were elected. New officers are Sheryl Brown, president; Pamela Trtt ter, vice - president; Katie Brock, secretary and treasurer; Jeanie Holden ,S6cial chairman and Janie Lane, assistant. Prayer was led by Kati ferock and Janie Lane gave tin devotional Mrs. Outlaw dismiss** tn< meeting with prtyer. Easfside Club Has Flower Show the viewer's table at the sprini council meeting, April 12, a Hotel Noble. aT Southern "Methodist Univer- Town and Country will supply si(y ?t Mlas _ a door prize to be given away Miss cheree Briggs, ^student at the meeting. -.. During the social hour, game prize went to Mrs. Hearn. The next regular meeting will be with Mrs. C. C. Elliott. Cherepskl To Interview Henry Mancini Don Cherefiski of fclytheville, student at Memphis State University, will interview conduc- or • composer, Henry Mancini, on WHBQ Radio's "Adventure n Excellence," program at 9:30 p.m. Sunday evening. Mr. CherepsW, son 6f Mr. and Mrs. Al Cherepski, g6t the in- teiMeW with the musician when the latter was in Memphis f6r a concert last month. Another MSU student, Loy Lee of Blytheville, wai taping engineer. Rev. Petrovich To Speak At First Grace SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ,,.. •• * LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature "SONS OF KAT/E ELDER" John Wayne and Dean Martin • ••••••••• SUN-MON-TUES- Double Feature 7:00 — 8:30 PANAVISION*-TECHNICOLOR* A Columbia Picture Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. MON TECHNICOLOR* UNITED ARTISTS at Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans, is home to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pale Briggs, over the Easter holidays. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nail for the weekend will be her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Hall, and brother Max of Conway. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eoyce Moore over the holidays and several days next week will be their daughter, Mrs. Jerry Strickland, Mr. Strickland and chiiden Chip and Patia Lynne of Murray Hill, N. J., and their son, Boyce Freeman Moore, Mrs. Moore and daughter Amy Lee of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nieminen of Knoxville are parents of a son born Thursday at Presby? terian Hospital in Knoxville. The mother is the former Miss Jan MuUins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mulltos of Blytheville. Miss Jackie Mitchell of Chicago will arrive Monday to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Rodgers. While here, Miss Mitchell will" also visit her aunt, Mrs. Maurice Sanders. Miss Polly Abbott of Blytheville has been elected social chairman of her sorority, Alpha Chi Orrtega, at the University of Arkansas. Riley B. Jones, executive vice president of First National Bank will be panel member on the Installment Credit Workshop program which will be held at the Hotel Marion in Little Rock on Wednesday. Emily Sano of Wilson, Is among Indiana University undergraduate students on the Bloomington campus earning all A's in academic courses for the first semester. • j Miss Molly Guard has arrived, home from Memphis State to spend the Easter vacation with her parents, Dr.' and Mrs. James C. Guard. A guest of Mr. and Mrs. Steven McGuire over the Easter holidays is Mrs. McGuire's mother, Mrs. E. R. Tyler, of Durham, N .C. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Black for several days this week was Mr. Black's sister, Mrs. Karl Kroeger of Oklahoma City. Arriving this afternoon to spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips are their daughr ter, Mrs. Thomas Eppley, Mr. Eppley and children of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Jr., and children will spend the holidays with Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. B. F. A)lbrigh.t in Little Rock. The home of Mrs. B. A. Bug was the setting Tuesday for th luncheon and daffodil show o Eastside Garden Club. Mrs. W. MalonSy served as co - hostess. • • i Opening the meeting with prayer was Mrs. Otto Bradberry. Mrs. Iverson Morris gave a demonstration on the culture and dividing of dahlias. Mrs. J- W. Maloney won first place in the arrangement of. daffodils. Other winners were] Mrs. Henry Young, second, and' Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Bugg, third. A tour is planned ftr the next meeting. Rev. »6b Petrivic of Moline, III., a former pastftr in Blytheville, will be featured speaker at 7:30 p.m. services to be co& ducted April. 13, 14 and 15 *t the First Grace Church, MaTr guerite and Harrison fits. Special music will also be in eluded each night with Patsj Keller in charge. Bill Stovall is pastor of the church. FTA Week' Is Observed By Chapter April 4-J is being observed u Future Teachers Week in Aransas. Them* for Future Teacher ,'eek is "Exploring the World f Teaching," with the purport >eing to acknowledge the acbie- ements of the teaehert flf the itate, to promote cohdltloni niore inviting to young people onsidering teaching at a career nd to encourage young people of ability to enter the teaching irofesiion. The Blytheville Miss Aharon McNaire, president, arid sp6nsor, Mrs. Lucille Quell- rnslz. Mrs.Corder Attends Manila Installation Mr*. Curtis Corder, f>re«!dtrit of Blythevill* Jaycettw, recent- -ly installed officers of the Manila Club. Other.: J«ycett«» attending WylMvffl* W«* tftt. ISr- Allen, .Mr». 6ob Whiti, Mr*.'' Marvin Upford .iM Mri Adam Taylor. After the installation ceremony, coffee aftd aborted £>rty food* Were ierved, . Cleopatra Coming Events Monday Joy Rsbekah Lodge 57 meets at 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18 meets at IC-C-F Hall, 7:30 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU meets at the church. Woman of the Church of First Presbyterian Church meets in members' homes for circle meetings. Coin Collectors Club meets in South Sea Room of Hotel Noble, Junior Club at 6:30, Senior meet ing, 730. , Altrusa Club of Blytheville meets in Martin Room of Goff Hotel, 7:30. American Legion Auxiliary meet at Little Hut, 8 p.m. Credit .Woman's Breakfast Club will meet. During the week, member* 6f the gr6uj> are visiting various schools in Blythevil'e and observing classes. Project* of the club include selling Chickasaw stationary, purchasing an air conditioner for the teachers' lounge at the high school and decorating the bulletin boards. Other officers of the organization include Celia Bazaar, vice- president; Joanne McHaney, secretary; Sue Laster, treasurer' Carolyn Johnson, historian, and Carolyn Stuart, reporter. Mr. Clements Honored at OSU Luther D. Clements, son *f Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Clements FrdhtSfreet "Antony • *nd Cleopatra,' Shakespeare's play ab6ut i doomed rimance with interna tt6nal consequences, will be the next offering at Me.-nphis's Front St Theatre. Beginning next Thursday, the production will *un through May 7, and co - stars Rita Gam and Git Rogers in, the title roles Preview performances are sche duled for April 12 -13. Other' featured performer are Allen Bates, called by on critic "Memphis's answe- t Mickey Rooney," Don Hayes P6lly Holliday and Lit Ingle son. Ten additional matinee per formances will be presented a part of the 19M Memphis Shake speare Festival. Price of thes ticket* is $1. B6x office tickets art on sal at 1814 Madison Ave., Memphi or may be obtained by callin of 405 Mimosa, has been appointed ROTC Cadet lieutenant colonel at Oklahoma State University at Stillwater. As an officer in the school's ROTC program, Clements will be eligible for a commission In the Army Reserve upon graduation, He was graduated from Blytheville High School in 1962 and is a member of Sigma Tau, Kappa Kappa Sigma and Phi Eta Sigma fraternities at Oklahoma State. 274-1122. Mail orders will al* be accepted.. CU4MM ata D** Mk For tew bulk in tiny new andbags, try using a slender oney - clip cardt'ase with ac- ordion folding plastic window! r those important credit cardl nd "mad money." THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre) OSCEOLA SAT. - SUN. -MOM. TUBS. ELVIS PRESLEY And DONNA DOUGLAS "FRANKIE & JOHNNY" W1THTM NEW PHOTO-GUIDE BOLD, YET GENTLE is this! slim shift accented by the rolled collar; gathering softness at] the neck and falling to a snug 1 fit at the hips. No. 1466 is in siz*s 18 to 20, bust Si to 46. Size 12, bust 32, sleeveless, 3^4 years of 35-inch; % sleeves, 4W yeards of 35-inch. DON'T MISS the Spring & Summer '68 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine. 50e. Send 50c tor each pattern. -*To Order Moil Tot— Blytheville Courier Niws Fottera Dipt. 723 407 South Wocktr Dr. .Chieajo, Illinois $«07 COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THB OWSAT R^CE - AU SUr CMt - April Mtb O«* MAN FUNt - J»«»« Ctlburn ft U« J. Cobb Norn Fuihlon B«k F« fkrt «(•» lath pattern. Westbrook ED1 I FINE FOOD IN PIAZA SHOPPING CENTER .••••»•»«••••••••••••••»••••••••• EASTER SUNDAY MENU Virginia Baked Ham Roast Beef w Brown Gravy Turkey and Dressing So. Fride Chicken Choice of pieces ••••§•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•*** Broccoli Florets Cream Potatoes Candied Yams Green Beans Brussell Sprouts Scalloped Potatoes Bu Carrots SALAD Combination Carrot and Raisin Cole Slaw PIES Blueberry Apple Cherry Coconut Egg Custard Lemon and more Assorted Jello w/fruit and Vegetable Mrs. Humphrey'* Homemade Rolls and Cornbread •*••••••••••»»••••••••••••••••••••••••••• HOURS: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Saturday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays Dinner Served 11 to 2—Breakfast Served everyday Private Parties and Catering Service Available We Serve All Types of Sandwiches The Menu SUNDAY APRIL 10th APW-TFASKS Consomme Julinenne Fresh Florida Orange Juice CHOICE of SALAD Crisp Garden Salad With Five Fabulous Dressings To Choose From. ENTREES ISLAND DUCK—Galantine Sauce Slouch Causes Lines A noted hairdresser and cosmetician, Erik of Breck, is appalled by the lined throats of teen - age and college - age women. He says it is from slouching when sitting and not holding the head erect when studying, reading or while walking. ON EASTER SUNDAY ENJOY A "HOME COOKED" MEAL AT THE RAZORBACK BUFFET STYLE DINNERS $150 BAKED CHICKEN AND DRESSING BAKED HAM or ROAST BEEF CHOICE OF VEGETABLES ^ SALADS FOR CAKES INCLUDES DRINK & DESSERT 1 RAZORBACK RESTAURANT 160 S«Mrii Division (Ord.rt to Go) Call PO S-4J41 Advtnce Retervationi Room Service Swimming Pool 24 Row Switchboard Buby Bell Cblldrea under 12 yt»r» FREE w»»n ailnf Adult Accommodation*. VISIT OUR ROYAL COACH RESTAURANT SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER ADULTS .. ........ "•• CHILDREN ........ JUMBO SHRIMP WITH DRUMMER'S SAUCE JU STUFFED SHRIMP WITH CRABMEAT fHAtEAUBRAIND ALA GEORGE BROILED PfiRCH FISH WITH ALMONDS CHOPPED PRIME BEEF STEAK WITH AU JUS ^COMBINATION SEAFOOD PL.ATTPR BROILED CHICKEN ALMONDINE VEGETABLES Choose from a Large Selection of Vegetables and Potatoes DRINK Iced Tea . 'Collif DESSERT DE JOUR $1.75 IT'S OPIN Tha Knight Room 4 p.m. 'till J midnight CHEF'S SUGGESTIONS IIS PRIME RIB STEAKS $3.00 , ?3.S5 PRIM RIBS ROASTED - NAME YOUR CUT BEEP TENDERLOIN , • • 2.9o THE DRUMMER'S MONTE CARLO 3.75 FRENCH WHOLE PEPPER RIBBEYE ... • . 16-Oz..'•.4.95 Ntwnt & Fintst Restaurant" DRUMMER BOY Motel and Restaurant 1020 So. Hiejhway 41 PO 3-8168 Private DMng Rooms For Banquet* and Partiw. Brand New - Heavy Duty OT! ...... Own 'Til 9 p.m. Polly— 12:00 Noon Sunday FREE PARKING IN BEAR Byrum Hardware And Seed lit B. Mite - >b, PO S-4404 «r S4I2I

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