The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 15, 1966
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Page Two ~ Blythevilto (Art.) Courier Newt - Mday. April 16.1MI — Society News — '(Sienna L«mbert,_Society Social and Personal Notes Mrs. F. B. Black l« visiting in St. Louis this week with her jisters, Mrs. Roy W. Harper, and Judge Harper, and Mrs. W. M. Robinson, and Mr. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carnell of Glendale, Ariz., are parents of « daughter born Thursday. Mrt. Carnell is the former Wanda Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John NelS6n of Blytheville. Mr.' and Mrs. Nelson are In Glendale to visit their new granddaughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe have returned after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jim Doherty, and family in Pensacola, Fla., and another daughter, Mrs. John C16use, and family in G*6rgia. THEATRE Your friirullY f/ieofff ' OSCEOLA ••••••«•••»••• v«»»»»»» FRIDAY I SATURDAY STHWART\OHAIW THE RARE BREED ;AL PICTURE* Sun. - Man. - Tucs. IfAN HONK SON SaEW-BUCKMAN-EARRlSOtl Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature tot* Pftor StflMt OToolt Schneider Plus THE ULTIMATE EVIL... GEORGE.RICHARD } MAHARIS BASEHART/ Phone _POIM46l_ in Bishop, daughter of Mr. and Mf*. Larry Bishop Of Wilsbn, has been chosen to receive the PAR Good Citizenship Award fOr 1965-66. She IS a senior at Wilson High School. ^oyql Service Program Given At WMU Meet A Royal Service program was presented at the meeting of night circles of Trinity Baptist Woman's Missionary Union Monday. Prayer led by Mrs. Charles Stubblefield .nd a group song "Open My Eyes that I Mifh See," opened the meeting. Mrs. Idelle Lowe gave the cal to prayer. The devotional and intrpduc tion to the program were presented bj Mrs. Ada Berry. Participating were Mrs. Loyce Gestring; Mrs. .Mary Lyons Mrs. Bobby Nowlin and Mrs Bobby Thornton. Closing praye was led by Mrs. Joyca Crocker After a short business sessjcn conducted by Mrs. C. C. Free man, the group dismissed wit! a prayer given by Mrs. Myron Dillow. Mrs. Bracey Hosts REO Chapter D, PEG Sisterhorx met Wednesday with Mrs. Bi Bracey. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater ha charge of the program, "Worn en in Medicine." The Recor report was given by Mrs. J. Williams, Jr. The program, "Women a Mothers," will be presented a the next meeting, April 27, a the home of Mrs. J. A. Leech Mrs. Aubrey Conway will serv as co-hostess. ^f-^w" r; " r -''-': r ^^^ *"'&• •''j^'-V^Spi-y^^'^T.i^TlP, 1 ? 1 ^' /jlK^i'jir^.'L-niilKiils. : "l- otir;.; ,1 • • "^dj ?4:-Wrf^^.'lPr^N^f^l^TA' NP : ; :G iJfeAjN'SVfff i ti^ i ni''<:^ ^ -^ L S;| ,\?.': ! -':3'/,fe^^^ • '•'•'••.';'•'•:'••.•... .i' : .!'\; ; '..•''••"'• : v :: : ' ? :'•' ^'-'.' VY T* J ;$&^ 'AV^jv;-;p--'^ : ;;j p f!<[iiirfc {iMiimr:iwiBii;i.fir- toMitiiii ni'ti'.ltisiijji'i : •'"'vi'irtVi'.'. i i; •'•'•" ! "i T ^ i ' : yi' : <&*i '-.'> ••••• ''-'. '• - '' ONLY $2.95 This Includes Insurance Protection Up To $ 150 00 When we return your winter wardrobe In the fill INSPECT IT CAREFULLY. If you can't say it looks better than It WQMld haye If you had ptored It In th* closet, we will cheerfully KEFUN0 THE STORAGE OHARGg. ; , Bov Storage It BEST! '•'•}- 1 Our fltnt h«mp«r |!T« tap ««n»en- fence for bulky winter wooltnu. Jut drop them Into our hamper, nturn to us and your ttorafe werrifs are over. We itore everythlnf at oni lew price ...nothinf to pay til Fall. LAUNJ)RY'CLEANER5 "Appearonce >t/t'i Beit" Phone PO 3-4343 BCC Lady Golfers Stage Fashion Show An informal fashion show of Mswear was staged rues- day at Biythevllle Country Club when Ladles Golf Association held a luncheon meeting. M6deling sportswear from Martin's Men Store were Mrs. Charles Moseley, Jr., Mrs. Charles Adams, Jr., Mrs. J. N. Smothermon, Mrs. Oliver Coppedge. Jr., Mrs. E. 3. Oee. Jr., Mrs, Rupert M. Crafton, Mrs. harles Langston and Mrs. J. !. Kersnick. Narrator was Mrs. Richard Burrow. A golfing therne was carried out in decorations with golf nov- eltiei and equipment placed throughout the dinin» room of the club. th* 4«6r pfli* wai to Mrs. 6illy Gilbbw. HdsteslM for the were Mrs. Ribhard Burrow and Mrs. |ob fioyd. Clubs Meet For Bridge Spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham when she entertained members of Mid Week Club and a guest, Mrs C. p. C)ark, Thursday. Wir!n*r$ in garnes were Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. Cunningham. Next hostess will be Mrs. W. L. Hprrter. Mrs- William Benton entertain^d rhernbers of Down One Bridge Club this week. A guest was Mrs. Don Pitv- allet. Mrs Tony Wyatt woo high, Mrs.'fieri Phillip?, sec^d, and Mrs. Jack Rinehart, bridge. Next hostess will be" Mrs. Harry Churchwell. Mercredi Bridge Club met this week at the NCO Club with hostess, Mrs. C. L. Patterson. Winners were Mrs. Veiton Smith, Mrs. ftill Crews, Mis. Joe Fuqua and Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. R. D. Samuels will entertain next week. Mrs. Pete Craft was a gues 1 when Gay Seasons Bridge Club met Thursday with Mrs. Roy Bray. Winners were Mrs. Craft high; Mrs. Jerry Nail, second, jjnrj Mrs. Jimmy Earls, bridge. A dessert course was servec by the hostess following games Mrs. Earls will entertain next week. Mits Taylor Miss Taylor Receives JA Scholarship Miss Mary Janet Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Marcus Taylor of BlyUieville, has received a $550 scholarship from the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. Miss Taylor has taught the second grade at Sudbury School for over seven years and this year inaugurated a program of developmental reading there. She will use her grant for summer study at George Peabody College for Teachers at Nashville, where she is studying for a specialist in education degree, majoring in remedial reading. Miss Taylor received her bachelor of science d e g r ee at Bethany Nazarene College at Bethany, Okla., and her master of arts degree from Pear body. Members of the committee making the award are M r s. Janies Yancey of Marianna, VIrs. Brodie Crump of Greenville, Miss.. Mrs. Robert Morrison, Jr., of Vicksburg, Mjss., Mrs. Nathan Swayze of Yazoo Cjty, Miss., Mrs. Charles Ros- cbpf of Helena and Miss Martha Wise of Warren, Ark. I Bits of News! // / m mo&tly aer6onaf g iimiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiraitiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiBiinp Mr. and Mrs. Alyin Huffman, Jr., and Mr. and' Mrs/ J. W. Adams returned Wednesday after vacationing for three weeks in the western states Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. C. D. Hood are in Memphis today visiting Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mrs. Frank Huffman both of Blytheville, and Mrs. Gene Series of Memphis who are patients in a hospital there. BEAUTIFUL ROSES UTHOUT BOTHER faiti- loms [ROSE 'FOOD with Systemic insecticide TrouWfsome spriying and dust- iiK n unaeMwnr to control cirtiin inueU wtun yeu fNd rows with fgrti-lme containing Systmie Inwcticidc. Die insec- liciih I* ibibrM t»irou|fi tin noti »nd jlvit Invfilbli pratio- tion i|>intt *» pitKlut mi tuck- Ing tift lllMCtS. fwtUmi jrtinctt M MM Pirtr tolVjUinn Ittm wN (M Jnft Jfti yrtftSMfflUl The Red Barn So. Hi-Way 61 Open Sunday Afternoon Bynim Hdw,& Seed 118E.Miln Opm NlKhtly 'til 9p.m. : Open 'tu Noon Sunday RemeinDer Fay Your Paper Boy PTA Reports A program on art will , presented at the regular meeting of Blytheville Junior High PTA at 3 o'clock on Tuesday in the .Blytheville High School auditorium, ,the Junior High School Band will perform under the direct tion of Bob Upscomb and the Junior High Choir will be directed by Miss Mollle Autry. The PTA meeting Is usually held in the Junior High School auditorium. , ;: Sudbupy PTA held Its fi-'-\ meeting Wednesday afternoon in the school auditorli: i. A devotional And the president's message were given by Mrs. Ernest McKenzie. Quest speaker was Miss Janet Taylor, special remedial reading teacher at the school, who spoke on'"What We Hear, Se* and Read Taken from a Child's Viewpoint." The SurJbury basketball players who placed third in the city towrmrnent were introduced. Bill Livlingston, principal, who will serve as principal of Lange. and Centra) Schools next year, was presented a farewell ;1ft. Appointed on the auditing committee were Mrs. John Palmer, Mrs. Lewis Holmes and Mrs. J. C. Gowen. PTA members viewed the science display created by Mrs. Wilson's sixth grade students. New officers installed for the coming year were Mrs. John Fraser, president; Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, vice president; Mrs. Dale Garner, secretary, and Mrs. James Martin, treasurer. Room count was won by classes of Mrs. Alyce Wilson and Mrs. Joe Payne. Hostesses during the s o c i a 1 hour were first grade mothers. Mrs. Grove Receives WSCS Pin Mrs. Dan Grovt. was presented a life membership pin for her service by Mrs. Shanks, vice - president, at a meeting of Lake Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. Fri. *Sqt. 'Sun. 'Mon. ADMISSION: Adults $1.25; Children .75 Tony Curtis Natal.eWecd The Great PI* Tight-.-Tha Mgd Automobile Race...The Western Saloon Brawt,..ThB SheiksTerit...The Devilish Dirigicycle...The ' . Fltnd'i Dungeon..-Tha Sinking Iceberg...Soma of the gems in The greatest comedy of all time! COMING SOON TO THE RITI DUE MAN FLINT — Ja»« Colbnrn & Lee J. Cohb MADE IN PARIS — Ann-Marjret THOSE CALLQWAYS — Bryan Keith and Yen Miles TROUBLE WITH ANGELS - Hayley Mills Wtt H CONOCO SERVICE A8B » MVUION G.O. POETZ ' OIL CO. itani Inrlot Monday erefdni. Prayer by Mrs. C, E. RAuSh optnsd the meeting. A busineai session was conducted by Mrs. Billy King. Mrs. Elwood Fisher had charge of the program assisted by Mrs. Grove. Devotional WM given by Mrs. Joe Strickland, Hostesies during the i o c i a 1 hour were Mrs, J, M, Beiharse, Jr, ( and Mr», Toft Murphy, Re- freshmnits were served from a table arranged with iprlni flow- Ms and 'apcrc A guest was Mrs. Elrtier Blobmqulst. Eighteen members »Uer'*d. Coming Eientt Friday Ladies Bible Class »f First Methodist Church will meet at 2 o'clock at the church for a regular meeting. , . Chapter If, PEG Sisterhood, will me«t (or « luncheon « Blythevilli Country Club, Hoi- (esses include Mr*, ClirtMr Caldwelj, Mrs, Riley Jones ana Mr*. I*. B, Old, Cotton Bowl Small Oar 3uo will meet at Central Motori.-1 p.m. ^ Card Of Thanks We would like to express our appreciation to everyone who «ent flower*, food, card* And kind word* of gyrriiiathy during the death of our mother arid sister, Lillian L. Johnson. May God bless each and every one of you. Tfi« Johnion family SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 7Sc; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parental. LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature "HAKLOW" — Carroll Baker "ADVENTURES OF MOLL FLANDERS" —Kim Novak 7:15 & 9:00 SATURDAY Triple Feature 1st FEATURE First Feature) Starts at 7.-00 ft 2nd FEATURE T fKnj»SS FJItitNTS DANA ANDREWS TGWXTAMH 3rd FEATURE THI Come by 8:30 and See Two Features Come by 9:30 and See Only One feature Sun. Mon. Tues. Double Feat THE ACADEMY*AWARD WINKED! ••BEST! piCTURE"i First Feature Starts At 7:15 p.m. Second Feature Starts At 9;00 p.m. INBOARD-OUTBOARD SPECIAL! $2495 • 6* H.P. Matn • IS'/i R. Winner Beit • LITTLE DUDE Trailer • Carpet * Completely • Many Uae* Blfi to Choeee From it Bit (avliifi Lahgley's Marine Shop n. PO •%» - IH. »fhw»y a Men to DMo rtf

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