The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1966 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1966
Page 11
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«HBtir Mm - Monday, April », 19« - Pag* Blmfl HOLLAND NEWS By Mra. Joe Letter Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stanber- gkey of Detroit, s.ienl the week in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Lester. They visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horlon and family, Mrs. Goldie Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Bynum Hester, Mr. and Mrs. Chillis Hodge and Mr. and x'rs. Junior Horton and family of Arbyrd, Mo. Mrs. Hugo Neal visited with j them. The Stanberskys left Sat- j urday and went to D a y t o n, I 'Ohio to spend the night with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. .Jeff Northern were in Blytheville Tuesday night to be with a former classmate, Mrs. Mary Smith of Dennston, Term., at the home of her brother, George Ingram. She was here for the funeral of her father Dan Ingrum. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Gatewood and family of St. Louis spent Thursday through Monday with his mother, Mrs.' Dollie Gatewood. Paul Samford and son Michael and Johnny Thomas of Oklahoma City drove their sister and mother, Mrs. Ruby Thomas home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson went to Memphis Thursday to| visit her sister, Mrs. Sybil Phillips. , Mr. and Mrs, Roy Henry and Mrs. Lee Roy Henry and daughters of Leland, Miss., visited from Tuesday until Saturday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Payne and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henry of Deering and Mr. and Mrs. Young of Steele. They also called on several friends, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stivers, Mrs. Joe Lester, Mrs. Howard DePriest, Mrs. Irene Cannon and others. !• Visitors in the home of their iparents and grandparents, Mr, •and Mrs. Perry Taylor, last Sun. 'day were, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Taylor and ton all of Memphis, Mrs. Hazel Hemmingway and Jimmy of Hayti, Mr. and Mn. Dewayne Norman of Southeast State Teachers College of Cape Girardeau r.nd Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Quintin Wayne Still of Starkville, Miss., returned to school Tuesday after spending Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Still of Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Witt Smith Jr., of Oxford, Miss,, spent Easter vacation with his parcnti, Mr. and Mrs. Witt Smith Sr. Holly Kay and Vlcki Leigh are spending the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Genieva Holly. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burdine of Jack* ton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little spent Friday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Clel! Waldrop entertained with a fish dinner at their home Easter Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mn. J. C. Pruitt of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waldrop of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam B. Waldrop, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northern. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Corr- nell and daughters of Aurora, III., spent the weekend with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Reynolds, and his parents at Gobler. They also visited with Mr. and Mra. B. W. Stivers and Mr. and Mrs. Bo Clark and family and they called on other friends here. Mrs. Rubin Biggs and Mrs. Jeff Northern went to Poplar Bluff Thursday. Butch Bradford, son of Mr. a Mrs. Pat Bradford of Deering was a patient in Chickasawba Hospital several days last week. Mrs. Betty Moulton and daughter Linda of Elsberry, Mo,, spent Friday and 1 Saturday vis- iting bar grandparent* and u* clt and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester. Charlotte and L o r i n a Stivers also visited with her at their grandparents. Mrs. Rubin Biggs and Mri. Lavada Lorren shopped in Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little drove to Humboldt, Tenn., Sun* day afternoon and visited with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baggett and Mr. and Mrs. Don Struser. Mrs. Jeff Northern and Mri. Rubin Biggs were in Caruthersville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A, W. McCrary of St. Louis spent Saturday and Saturday night in the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. Their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McCrary and son James Keith of Marietta, Ga., joined them here, The Jimmy McCra- rys visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson also. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson Sr., left Thursday for an extended visit with their sons and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Whitehead and daughter Cathy of Hammond, Ind., spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bradley. Mrs. Clell Waldrop spent the w*ek in Memphis with her children, Mr. and MM. Larry Waldrop, Lori and Larry Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nix. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson were her son Billy Sorrells of Wamuchul:, Flo., and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Foster and grandchildren of Braggadocia. Dinner guests last Sunday of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Matin of Kennett Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Elec Culp of St. Louis returned home Friday after visiting in the home of their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis. Watch Your Box 8 FREE GIFTS ft Your Friendly Kroger Stores have just mailed la you a new coupon booklet, bringing you the exciting hand-crafted Town 'n Country STONEWARE! all ... plus over &3.0Q in Savings and 1450 Top Value Stamps! U. S. Choice Tenderay Fryers Sr tu Chuck 32'28 Roast Big Savings on Shortening Salad Dressing or Mayonnaise with coupon and $5.000 additional purchase, excluding tobacco. Mb/CRISCO 3-lb. KROGO Limit One at this special price Strawberries 3pints89 c Sweet SHORTENING 3-lb. CRISCO 59e 3-lb. KROGO 55c MANILA NEWS. •MRS. W. H. DAVIDSON Manila Garden dub met at the home of Mn. Leo Donner Thursday, April 4, for a special meeting to complete plans for their annual flower show. Thirteen .members attended. The president, Mn. Donner, opened the meeting with the reading of the peom, "For Simplicity." After discussing plans for the show, each member drew the name of the arrangement she would make for the show. The show will be in the recreation hall of First Methodist Church, May 6. The hostess served a salad plate with coffee and cold drinks. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brody and daughter Cathy Ann visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Veach and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Edwards in Corning Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Barney ifcrel- keld were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Threlkeld in Piggott. Thirty • seven members af Manila High School choir attended the Arkansas High School Choral State Festival in the new civic auditorium in Hot Springs April 14 and IS. Tht choir, accompanied by Miss Linda Ford at the piano and under the direction of Mrs. Ernie Simpson, sang two number*, "Stag Praises" by Glarum and "Rock a My Soul" by De Vaux. The group rehearsed Thursday afternoon and were a part of a mass chorus that performed Thursday night. Friday was spent observing the class A school sing. The choir was accompanied to Hot Springs by Mrs. Simpson, director of the group, Mrs. Bobby Tucker and ..James Andrews. The home of Mrs. Gerald Donner was th« sctne of a miscellaneous shower April 19 honoring Mrs. Tommy Branum, the former Nikki Shelton, Sixty guests-attended the affair. Special guests were mothers of tha couple, Mrs. W. E. Shelton and Mrs. Nelson Bran- urn, who were presented corsages of red and white carnations, • The entertaining rooms were decorated throughout with spring flowers with a red and white combination. The refreshment table was covered with a turquoise net cloth «v*r whita fronted by an arrangement of whit* wedding bells held In place by small sprays of flowers. The centerpiece was a spring shower arrangement featuring a pink and white umbrella surrounded by tiny packages. Above the table was an arrangement of red aaaleaa and white lilacs. Miss Susanna Branum served the cake which were iced in blue and topped with a white floral spray. Miss Sandy Walker presided at the crystal punch service. Miss Branum wore a blue and white cotton sheath complimented by a pink carnation corsage. Misses Paulette Robbins and Sheila Ashabranner directed the games with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Melvlna Fleeman and Mrs. Glenn Holmes. Mrs. Donner presented the honoree with the large assortment of gifts that were registered by Miss Robbins. Miss Sheila Ashabranner assisted with opening them: Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. W. M. Davidson April J» with 23 members and three guests attending. The meeting was opened with a responsive reading led by the program leader, Mrs, W. A. Thieme, followed by the Lord's Prayer in unison. Mrs. Thieme read a meditation which was followed by a group song. She closed with a prayer. Mrs. Glenn Holmes presided at the business meeting. After she had read correspondence, minutes of the last meeting were read. 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Wesleyan Service Guild met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ruth Smith with Miss Jan Moore as hostess. Fifteen members and two guests attended. Mrs. Dan White led the program and read the 23rd Pslam. Theme; of the program was "Intimations." Mrs. Dial Ballard and Mrs. Gerald Wallace presented a dialogue. Several members read scripture verses. Mrs. Louise Ashabranner closed the program with a pray. . •' •'• Mrs. Jack Tipton presided at the business meeting at which time minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The, treasurer gave her report and pledges were collected and World Banks turn- GETTING UP MIGHTS""'"""' ed in. A committee was appointed with Mri. A. W. Mobley as chairman to decide on gifts to present to senlon who are members of the church. Thou attending the district conference in Searcy over thst weekend gave a report on (tie trip. Announcement was made that the local guild received honorable mention. Miss Moore served refreshments after the meeting. 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