The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 30, 1966
Page 2
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Two — Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News • Saturday, April 30, 19* — Society News — ' Glenna L»rotort,J3ociet£ Bridge Clubs Entertained Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Jr., entertained Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club this week. In games winners were Mrs. Dan Caldwell and Mrs. John Ed Reynold. Mrs. Dan Caldwell "will host the club next week. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards were hosts to'Tri Town Club Students Win Honors Gosnell Band students have recently returned from the district and state band festival in Hot Springs. Those, receiving h6nOrs were Donna Meaciiatn, Cathy Lafar< lette, Billy Weaver, Mike Clay Danny Bals, Ethan Azeltine. Allen Burcham and Robert Neighbors. They were accompanied to were nosis iu in iuwu wiuu iney were atLuinpamcu iu members and their husbands | j{ 0 t Springs by Mrs. Jimmy Tuesday, 1 UC3UCl^...CV^ll.l"o' - • JYJC«*-llalU) V.nnjJt.1 wn^j «« The couples were entertained Cochran, band director. r-Trtth a .picnic'supper. I Mrs. C. L. McWaters was hos • tess to a dessert bridge party •• for members of Thursday Con- 'I tract Club. - Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Sr, ."- and Mrs. McWaters were win•" ners in afternoon games. The next meeting will be with '., Mrs. Hiram Wylie. Thursday Club met this week with Mrs. E. B. Gee. .Mrs. R. D. Hughes won high and Mrs. R. H. Kirby was second. The club will not meet next week. ii^JHpstess to Club Holiday was " Mrs. Richard Reid who invited as guests Mrs. John WilXs of Rpanoke, Va., Mrs. Charles Adams and Mrs. Allen Bush. High was won by Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Jr. Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge, Jr., was second and Mrs. Glen Homer, bridge. ,/>3!he club will not meet next week. Tdwn and Country Club members and a guest, Mrs. E. R. , Mason, were entertained at the ; home of Mrs. Cornelius Modin• ger'i . . \ ""Winners were Mrs. Modinger, ' Mrs. Mason and Mrs. C. C. Smith. Next hostess will be Mrs. Smith- ..' . ... ; ; .Guests of Friday Bridge Clubj ; _when they met at the home of , r -",Mri. Ben Harpole yesterday -•' were Mrs. Max Logan, Mrs. I. • R. Coleman of Memphis, Mrs. '( James Terry, Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mrs. Sam Black. " Winners were Mrs. Logan, ; high, Mrs. Black, second, and Mrs. Terry, bridge. • Jaycettes Set Date For Contest At a short busines- meeting of Blytheville Jaycettes, Thursday evening, the group voted to hold the: Little Miss Blytheville and Little Mr. Jaycee presidnt con• tst on May 12 at 7:30 p.m. The contest was originally scheduled for May 1.1 and 13. Rehearsals for the pageant Is set .for Wednesday, May 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the Blytheville High School auditorium. The contes- tails are requested to wear play clothes to the rehearsal. Deadline to enter contestants is Sunday, May 1. Those desiring to enter their child may call Mrs Curtis Corder at PO 3-8787 or Mrs. Buell Carter at PO S- 0757. -Announcement was made that a -work night is scheduled May 4 at 7:30 to make recipe books for tire state convention. -New members welcomed at the meeting were Mrs. Bill Spurlin, Mrs. Don Morris and Mrs. Phillip Lanning. Mrs. Ray Patterson was a guest. -Following the business meeting, a social hour was held. Game winners were Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Homer Smith. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Smith were hostesses. Eleven attended. Meacham, chaperone, and Jim City Council Installs New Officers A report was heard from the nominating committee when PTA City Council met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Martin Wilkinson presiding. New officers installed by Mrs. James C. Guard were Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., president, Mrs. Charles Moseley, Jr., vice president; Mrs. Marvin Lipford, secretary, and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., treasurer. The council voted to support a petition to consolidate schools with less than 400 students. Announcement was made that Yarbro School won the first prize at the Founder's Day meeting, Feb. 17. Second place went to Fair-view and third place to Central. Honored A3C Dwayne Tinker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tinker of Osceola, was honored with a fish dinner at the home of Ed Hayes last night- Airman Tinker is home on leave from the Air. Force assigned to Minot AFB, N. D. L-ocol Youth Appears on TV Loy Lee of Blytheville will appear on The Music Room, on WKNO-TV, Channel 10, Monday at 11:40 a.m. and Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. Mr. Lee will explain and demonstrate the various percussion instruments on the 20- minute program. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Lee. PhoneJPO 8-4461 •••••••••••• E.H.C. MEETING NOTES Fait Lake EH Club met April 21 at the home of Mrs. A. R. Peek. Twelve members and a guest, Mrs. Herbert Kinnin- rribnth, were present for the luncheon which preceded the regular meeting at 1 o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. Barney Cozart and Mrs. E. A. Berry. The devotional was brought by Mrs. C. M. Abbott after which eye openers were displayed by Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Bertie Hawks and Mrs. C. T. Davis. Reports were given by Mrs. A. R. Peek on window treatments, Mrs. M. H. Rodgers on cleaning, and Mrs. E. A. Berry on facts about cancer. The club voted to have a window showing of crafts as, its projects in observance of National EH Week. After a report on .he council meeting was given the meeting adjourned. Mrs. Harry Lutes presided at the regular meeting of Dogwood EH Club Wednesday afternoon at the clubhouse. Following group songs, Mrs. Mary Scrape presented the devotional and prayer was led by Mrs. John Burks. A nw member welcomed at the meeting was Mrs. Myrtle Howe. Mrs. Bob Scott gave a leader's report on home management, and Mrs. Mary Scrape reported on the county council meeting held April 12 at Hotel Noble. During the business session, permission was given to the Lucky Clover 4-H Club to hold a car wash on May 7. Plans were made to observe Extension Homemakers Week, May 7-14, by displaying an exhibit in a store window and taking a tour of new homes in the community. The next meeting of the club on May 25 will be a clean-up fix-up day at the clubhouse. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. Members are requested to bring a sack lunch. Refreshment were served during the social hour by hostess, Mrs. P. B. Jarratt and Mrs Scrape. Scout Comp Is Planned AtBAFB A day camp will be held at Blytheville Air Force Base, June 6-10, for Girl Scouts from the base and the city of Blytheville. This includes Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes and they will meet each day from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Theme of the camp's "Americana," with a variety of activities planned. Cost for the week is $2.50 which covers supplies, insurance and lunch. A nurse will he on duty. Scouts must register before May 14. Blytheville Scouts may call Mrs. K. L. Dodson at Po 3-8975 and base Scouts, Mrs. Charles Birch at LE 2-5W8. Rebekahs Attends Rally Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, president of the Rebekah Assembly of Arkansas, attended a spring rally in Springdale last week. She was accompanied by Mr. Birmingham and Mrs. Jack May. A tea was given in honor of the Blytheville Rebekahs by Mrs. Suams. Following the business meeting, a banquet was held at the Trade Winds Hotel. First Baptist Church Blythexillt, Ark. Sunday, May 1 10:50 SERVICE "Christian Marriage" 7:05 SERVICE "The Changing Family" Rev. A. B. Carpet fer Pastor Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY THOSE CALLOW AYS" Brian Keith and Vera Miles SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. » * <? if • «) a $ ss « » !S * *>?•<» «1 »<i & # # » 45 » tj> COMING SOON TO THE RITZ ntOMISE HER ANYTHING - Lnlle Cuon * W»mn BMty HARPER — P»nl Newman ii Lauren Bacall A MAN COULD GET KILLED'— Jamei Gainer THE RARE BREED - James Stewart A Maureen O'Hira Dyess FHA Holds Banquet Dyess Future Homemakers of America held their mother and daughter banquet recently in the school cafeteria. Guest speakers were Mrs. Lloyd Allen who spoke on "Early Life and Young Teenagers," and Mrs. Page Carmichael who discussed "Teens and Young Adults." Mrs. Bennis Bibb, FHA advisor, presented two awards. Rosemary Passmore received the award for the outstanding homemaker in her fourth year, and Barbara Jean Leathers was presented the Betty Crocker Award for achieements during her third year. Joe. Francis, outgoing president, installed new officers for the coming year. They are Barbara Jean Leathers, president; Brenda Sue Allen, first ice president; Carrie Jean Dollar, second ice president; Becky Daniel, third ice president; Brenda Joyce Lee, secretary; Linda Benton, historian; Audrey Humphrey .reporter; Linda Cato, song leader, and Connie Humphreys, photographer. Mothers of the girls were presented white carnation corsages. Visitors Invited To Tour Garden The spring garden of Mr. »nd Mrs. Russell Phillips probably will be at its peak of color next week. Each year, hundreds of visitors enjoy Mrs. Phlllipi garden, which contains many varieties of Iris and other prh« flowers. Visitors are welcome to visit the Phillips garden. Dramatic Club Hears Speaker David Bitchey, speech director at Arkansas State College, was the guest speaker at Monday night's meeting of the Dramatic Club at the YMCA. Attending the :neetin,; from Arkansas State with Mr. Ritchey were students, Connie Smith who gave a dramatic tcene and Janet Shoemate who presented a short musical program. Other guests were Dr. George Vernon, president of the City Development Council, J. P. Garrott, Y director, Jim Batten and Jerry Horstman. A question and answer period was conducted following the program. New Officers Elected At CWF Luncheon Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church met at the church Monday for its monthly luncheon, business and program meeting. Members of Faith Group served as hostesses for the luncheon which was attended by 19 members and five guests. Guests were Mrs. G. 0. Guerin of Mountain Home, Rev. and Mrs. John B. White, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, CWF president and Mrs. Terry. A large arrangement of pink azalea blossoms centered the main table with smaller arrangements used on the dining and serving tables. Invocation was given by Mrs. C. L. Moore. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Sylvester presided over the business meeting where the minutes of the March meeting were reac and approved. Mrs. John C. McHaney gave the treasurer's report. The district workshop to be held in the Blytheville church on Friday, May 6, was discussed. Plans were completed for the meeting which will begin a: 9:30 a.m. and continue until 3 p.m. Correspondence was read from Mrt. Enwrt Hofut, dtetrtct M» retary, and Mrs. Roy Belcher, president of tht Arkansas CWP. Mrs. W. D. Cobb announced that the annual breakfast honor ing the seniors will be held on Monday, May J, at 7 a.m. at the Goff Hotel. Reports were given by Mrs. Eric Whitley, service chairman, and Mrs. George Bar ham, card chairman. The nominating committee | composed of Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Jamea Terry, Mrs. C. A. Brown, Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. John B. White presented the following slate of officers for the year 1966-67: President, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester; first vice president, Mrs. Vernon Strickland; second vice president, Mrt. Russell Hays; recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney; Corresponding secretary, Mrs. William January; treasurer, Mrs. Jada McGuire; worship chairman, Mrs. John McHaney, study chairman, Mrs. Frank j Brown, and service chairman,! Mrs. Eric Whitley. j The slate was accepted by ac-1 clamation. j Mrs. Vernon Strickland served as program chairman. Purpose of the study, "Does the Church Make a Difference?" was to analyze how the church can j make a difference in a community in regard to human rights, citizenship and morals. The members present were divided into four groups for discussion. To begin the worship service, Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Cobb sang "In Christ There Is No East or West" accompanied by Mrs. John C. McHaney, Mrs. John Burnett presented the worship thoughts and Mrs. White gave the offertory prayer. The meeting adjourned with the fellowship benediction. of • daughter, Allison Louise, born Tuesday at Chickasawba Hospital. They have another daughter, Klmberly Ann. Mr. and'Mrs. W. T. Pickard and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Flodder of Dayton, Ohio, hm been visiting this week with their aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Halstead, and Virginia Kemp. They left yesterday on a trip to Kentucky Lake. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — Doubl* Feature "HELP' with tht BEATLES "FERRY ACROSS THE MERSEY" Gerry & Pacemakers 7:15 - 9:00 SUN. • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE First Feature Starts at 7:15 ' Broadway'* bounelngtst 1 bundle of joy...on th» tcrtcnl Second Feature Starts at 9:00 • ••• PAUL CONNIE MAUREEN i \m -SBR-num NOLAN TtCHMCOLM'JMIUVItlON* Westbrook CAFF™ 1 FINE FOOD IN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER t* •••••••••••••••••••»••••••€§•*•• ••••••• SUNDAY MENU SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN HADDOCK WITH TARTAR SAUCE ROAST BEEF w/BROWN GRAVY BRAISED LIVER AND ONIONS ••••»»»•»»•••••••• ••••••••••»••••••»»»••§ BAKED POTATOES WITH CHEESE CANDIED YAMS ENGLISH PEAS GREEN BEANS BAKED BEANS TURNIP GREENS CREAMED POTATOES HOME MADE ROLLS & CORNBREAD CHOICE OF SALADS & DESSERTS 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 JBits of Newsj moitfif aer&onaf I iiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiwiiiiiiaiaiiBS Harry A. Haines returned this morning from Washington, D.C., where he attended a State Department foreign policy conference. . Mr. and Mrs, I. R. Coleman of Memphis were here yester-! day visiting friends. | Mrs. and Mrs. W. 0. Guerin of Mountain Home are guests tn , the home of their daughter, Mrs. • James Terry, and family this week. Mrs. L. C. Lemond 61 Trenton, Tenn., returned home yesterday after spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Ben Harpole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Wright, Jr., announce the birth Blythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant BILL OF FARE Sunday, May 1st PRIME RIB OF BEEF . . . SULTAN STYLE BROILED FRESH RED SNAPPER ALMONDINE GOLDEN FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP ASSORTED SEAFOOD COMBINATION PAN FRIED FROGLEGS SALISBURY STEAK Served with Appetizer, Salad, Vegetables, Drink & Dessertj We Specialize In Fine Steaks - Sea Foods - Prime Rib Phone PO 3-8168 For Reservations Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8118 LIQUIDATION SALE PRICES SLASHED ON EVERYTHING IN THE STORE! THE BIG FURNITURE STORE 306 to 310 E. Main PO 3-8918 Blytheville, Ark.

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