The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1966 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, April 25, 1966
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Blythevfllt (Ark.) Courier N«wi - Monday, April M, MM- Pift Flv» — Society News — f Glenna Lambert, Society Editor PhoM PO 3-4461 HONOR GRADUATES — Mary Bishop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bishop, and Ronny Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Bishop, have been named valedictorian and galutatorian, respectively, of the 1965-66 graduating elan at Wilson High School. Crt. Boy. bplonr SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 133 met at First Presbyterian Church Thursday night for its regular meeting. Den 6 opened the ceremony with the Pledge of Allegiance. Playlets were presented by Den 1 and Den 4. Order of the Arrow Dancers gave Indian war dances. Performing were Vance Blackwell, Rusty Dozier, Jack Robinson, Joe Dobbs -ind John Hardin. All Scouts were dressed in their Indian costumes along with Cub Scout leader, Jim Killebrew. Awards were presented to the following: Wolf badges to Gregory Bess, Ben Riggs, Dewayne Lindsey, Walter Riner, Mike Shipp, Hunter Williams and Hunter Crawford. Bear Badge to Scott Lutz. Gold arrow of Wolf rank to Hunter Crawford, Hunter Williams and Ben Riggs. Denner stripes to Mike Kirkland, Bruce Hay and Erie McGhee. Assistant denner to Kar . Strickland, Mike Shipp and Hunter Crawford. Attendance banner was won by Den 3. The meeting closed with the Living Circle by Den 5. Class Elects New President Esther Sunday School class of Calvary Baptist Church met Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Guy Lowe. Prayer was led by Mrs. Guy Rounsaville. Mrs. James Rambo, president presided over the business session at which time she gave her resignation to become teacher of another class. Mrs. Lowe was elected to fill the office of president. The devotional from Matthew was presented by Mrs. Rounsaville. The group presented Mrs. Rambo with a farewell gift after which a social hour was held. Refreshmnts were served by the hostess. Five members attended. school of initruction to th« Rt» bekah Lodge at Corning Monday evening. She was presented a pink rose corsage from the members. After the meeting refreshments were served. Accompanying Mrs. Cunningham were Mrs. Jack May and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. On Tuesday evening, Mrs. Cunningham visited the Tyronza Lodge and also presented a school of instruction. A banquet was held in her honor. She was presented a gift and corsage from the Lodge. Arrangements were made for a district meeting at Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 in May. She was accompanied by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, president of Rebekah Assembly of Arkansas. Rebekohs Visit Lodges Mrs. J. B. Cunningham, district deputy president, gave a PTA Reports Mrs. Bill Bracey presided at the regular meeting of Central PTA Wednesday afternoon In the school cafetorium. Brownie Troop 42 under the direction of Mrs. Jesse Fleming and Mrs. Kenneth Swan presented the flag ceremony. Mrs. William Shaneyfelt gave the devotional and read the president's message. Mrs. Charles Leggett intro- duced the guest ipesker, Mrs. Oscar Fendler, who ipoke on 'Legislation Schools." Affecting Our The PTA presented C. C. Dulaney, principal, with a $500 check to finance work on the playground this summer. The meeting was adjourned by the president. There will not be a meeting in May. Auxiliary Meets Tonight American Legion Auxiliary will hold a joint meeting with the American Legion tonight at. 8 p.m. in the Legion Hut. T. A. Woodyard, director for federal aid projects for Blytheville schools, will be the speaker. Following the joint meeting, the Auxiliary will retire to the Little Hut at which time a business and social meeting will be conducted. Mrs. Katherine Mullins and Mrs. Lura Mays will serve as hostesses. New Comb His Tiny Teeth To fluff up * tired, flat hairdo, first brush your hair thoroughly. Back brush lightly the areas where you want fullness, then spray with a self - styling hairspray. Softly brush hair into place and touch up outside layers with the bikini comb — a new tiny comb with teeth only Vi - Inch long. HERMON JONES BUSINESft MEN'S ASSURANCE W. 1430 CElOT An Pboa* 274-4100 Mrmpbli 4, TennMM* OUl tot fret ContuUMloB. incunnc* tot Sftaw Plualot. B>; Man, "artaatiMp an< oof pomlon. Otaup. Pennon, RWln- ment ud MOTHPROOfING MILDEWPROOFING ODORPROOFING MM oar rtgiilar drydeaning j«m"e» • NOW... in addition to the finest of drycteaning services^ «e offer ywt 3 "PLUS" values-at no extra charge: Com* piece protection against Moths, Mildew and GP.O. (Gapt- meat Perspiration Odor). Now, your wardrobe will have additional freshness and protection, at no extra cost to you. LAUNDRY'CL£ANER.S 300 SO. DIVISION PO 3-4343 LECTURE PROGRAM April 25th - May 1st Time — 7:30 p.m. Topics and Speakers MONDAY — PRAYER (J. B. Shofee, math Instructor at Arkansas State Collate) TUESDAY "— HARD SAYINGS OF CHRIST (Jesse Fleming, employee of BlytheviUe Iron and Metal) WEDNESDAY — WHY SOME REJECT THE TRUTH (Nelson Edens, employee of Shelton Construction and Floor Service) THURSDAY — CHOOSE YOU THIS DAT (Ray SmaUtldte, T. Sgt at BAFB) FRIDAY — A GOD FEARING ATTITUDE (Charles Tim, math instructor In Kennett High School) SATURDAY — THE SIMPLICITY OF THE GOSPEL (Cloyce Sutton, employee of Ark-Mo Power Co.) SUNDAY — (Both morning and evening lesson by Ross Saunders, evangelist for Second and Walnut, Church of Christ, Paragould, Ark.) CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at 13th BlytheviUe, Arkansas No need to me deep fat for frying tortillu. You can fry them in a large deep skillet In hot fit that li tbout in Inch deep; heat the fit to moderit* (375 degrees). Call No. 457 Charter No. 14311 Report of Condition of UM First National Bank in Blythivill* in the Stale of Arkanui, at the close of bnsinen on April I, UM published In response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statute.. , J ASSETS Cash, balances with other btnki, and cash items in in profess of collection $ 3,433,928.M United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed Obligations of States and political subdivisions. . Securities of Federal agencies and corporations no guaranteed by U. S 9*5,321.59 Loans and discounts 7,897,054.68 Fixed assets 508,019.27 Other assets 61,320.54 2,615,995.85 3,022,859.81 TOTAL ASSETS $18,444,495.27 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and : corporations $ 8,399,502.48 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 6,138,971.08 Deposits of United States Government 238,182:53 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,714,384.05 Deposits of commercial banks 162,129.48 Certified and officers' checks, etc 170,76^10 TOTAL DEPOSITS $16,823.931.71 (a) Total demand deposits $10,659,960.63 -.' (b) Total time and savings '.'.. ,. deposits .$6,163,971.08 ,7 Other liabilities 258,660.32 TOTAL LIABILITIES $17,082,592.08 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS :: Common stock—total par value $ 300,000.00 No. shares authorized 3,000 >:-, No. shares outstanding 3,000 Surplus 600,000.09 Undivided profit* 461,903.24 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 1,361,903.24 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $18,444,495.27 MEMORANDA Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of 101,984.88 I, Ted W. Wahl, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to thi best of my knowledge and belief. '-'. J TED W. WAHL, Cashier „ We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that It has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct': B R. HAYS RILEY B. JONES E. M. REGENOLD, Directors Cute New Spring Fashions Designed By Robbie Rivers foul, three, *wo, <">•••• thoroughly cheeked and ready to Wait off into whirly summer orbs. BS% Daoron' poVyest»r-S8% ootton, petit* ilMf 3-14. My, what big checkt you have... all the better to please you with. 100% cotton tablecloth check—daisy- fresh styling, circular ileeva. Authentic tablecloth colors. Petite aiies 3-13. 11 The "Wlwer iwe*... tomethmg Hte • V-n«ck ofHy mor» ao, Plunge* a* the w*y down to a great tie Kmsh. 6S% I polyester - 3 •otton. PaMw 98 Lay Away Your Selections Today erf... 14 •Duftnt trarfeiMm* for Mpo)yMt«r fiber tkfafiflwr took wffn itc wida-awofe* •quaM eeltor. 09% Dacron* pdlynHr -35% ootton to sunshint bright •tripa*. Petite steM 3-13 '14 98 BLYTHtVHtf ...'A Small Deposit Reserves Your Choice

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free