The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 2, 1966
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FOOT - BlyftMlB* (Ark.) eourlw *««• - Menlhy, May I, MM — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Jociety Editor^ Phone PO 8-4461 I Mrs. Lee Hosts Orpheus Club Miss Moore Complimented '- Cecil Lowe, Mrs. James Mul-1 chairman, featured on her pro- 1 hern and Miss Effie Lynn Allen gram u, e operas which the Met'•'•' ropolitan Opera will present on • 9-10 in Memphis. were co-hostesses. Guests attending were Bil'l M v . Finclier, Mrs. Robert Willis, | - Moore gave a resume of • Mrs. Tracy Sandow and M.ISS; «««•»"" & ! Alice Williams. Dtirin 0 _.- ...,• conducted by Mrs. Joe Whisen hunt, president, the group voted to send a gift to the opera iGo'uned's "Faust," illustrating . jher talk with charts, pictures the business meeting f , he per f ornl j n g stars, maga- >,„ Mr, .inp Whi SE n.! zjneS| {, ookS| libret , es 0( the a and the score of "Faust." "Eureka Springs, Ark., in mem- -'•ory of Dr. Henry Hobart. - Mrs. Bill Jackson, treasurer, reported on the proceeds from musical selections from the opera were given by Hie following members and guests: "Even Bravest Heart," Valen. club sponsored concerts, I tin's famous aria sung by Bill .THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA .Mon.-Tue. Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 ••••••••••••••*••••*•• . Mon.-Tue. DOUBLE FEATURE Continuing parlies honoring bride-elect Sandra Elaine Moore of Memphis was a kitchen shower, Friday evening, at the home of Mrs. Marcus Gaines. Entertaining along with Mrs Gaines were co-hostesses, Mrs. James Peterson, Jr., and Mrs. John Miles Miller. The honoree, who g r e e t e ( guests wearing a pink silk dress vith matching accessories, was presented a novelty corsage of niniature kitchen tools. A special guest was the bride elect's mother, Mrs. F o r r e s Hoore, who chose a green silk ensemble for the occasion. Presiding at the serving table which was overlaid with a green cloth and held a centerpiece o ilies of the valley, was Mrs Peterson. An arrangement of o r a n g e blossoms, narcissus and iris centered the dining table where the gifts were displayed. The hostesses' gift was an automatic coffeemaker. Approximately 35 guests attended. | Party Honors Miss Russell A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Friday night in Fellowship Hall of Dell Baptist Jhurch in honor «f Miss Dorohy Russell. Miss Russell is the bride-elect of Thomas Alvin Greer of Bill- lay, Ga. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. J. T. Tate, Mrs. E. H. Prewitt, Mrs. Earl Jones, Mrs. Paul Gilliland, Mrs. Braxtsn Gill, Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. John Creecy, Mrs. F. G. Lewis and Mrs. 'c.. A. Smith. For the occasion, the honoree chose a white sheath and was presented a yellow Dutch iris corsage from her hostesses. Special guest was the mother of the honoree, Mrs. Dolan Gosnell Lists Honor Roll The honor roll «f the fifth six-weeks has been announced by G o s n e 11 Junior High and High School. Students attaining all A's are at follows: Twelfth - Cathy Cemy and Betsy Hansley. Eleventh — Deltra C r a i n e, Francine Morrel land Joy Wit- Russell, who also received a cor sage of white daisies. Tenth — Ethan Azeltine. Ninth — Garry Perry. Seventh - Greg Hill, Robert Klingenberg and Sandi Thomas. Others listed on the honor roll Twelfth Michael Czlonka, Juanita Elzey, Cynthia Edgar, Judy Horrigan, Marline Ivey and Kathy Kesner. Eleventh Susan Boots, Pamela Cox, -=- - I Wanda Drake, Kay Flagler, Mrs. Margaret Young of Mem- David Griggs, Eric Hansen; Fincher. "Light As Air," a famous waltz of Marguerite, Siebel and chorus sung by Mrs. Robert Butsch and Mrs. Bill Jackson. ; 'The Jewel Song," Marguerite's aria sung by Mrs. Butsch. "The Soldiers Chorus" sung by all members of the club with accompaniment at the organ and piano by Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt and Mrs. James Mulhern. Mrs. Mulhern also played themes from the other famous arias in the opera. Mrs. Roberta Pearson then gave "Luci di Lammerrnoor." The next meeting, May 1, will be a picnic at the home of Mrs. A. H. Webb. phis, sister of the bride-elect, registered the gifts and Miss Jean Smith and Miss Lou Peeples assisted at the gift table. The refreshment table overlaid with white net over taffeta held a centerpiece of a lace wedding bell underenath which was placed a bride doll surrounded by greenery and rosebuds and flanked by yellow tapers in crystal candelabra. Presiding at the table were Miss Jo Ella Todd and Miss Sharon Loveless. During the evening, games were conducted by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Creecey. Prizes were awarded to Joyce RusseH and Mrs. M. F. Brownlee. Mary Hays, Michele ohnson, Douglas Jones, Dale Lewalling, Cinny Mower, Kathryn Murray; Barbara Nace, Julia Pierce, Dennis Prody, Don Vodicka and Janan White. Bits of News Coming Events Monday Joy Rebekah Lodge 87 will meet at 2148 Edwards at 7:30 p.m. Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at 100F Hall, 7:30 p .m. Dell Baptist WMU will meet. Altar Society of Immaculate Conception will meet in Iht school hall at 8 p.m . MOTHPROOFING MILDEWPROOFIHG ODORPROOFING witts our regular drydecning service • NOW... in addition to the finest of drycleaning sen-ices, we offer yon 3 "PLUS" values-at no extra charge: Complete protection against Moths, Mildew and G.P.O. (Garment Perspiration Odor). Now, your wardrobe will have additional freshness and protection, at no extra cost to you. 300 SO. D1A r ISION PO 3-4343 A new generation of dependabfe^^^^Q that gets clothes really clean. L'Tjlll-Tel will work their fcff out for you. Ask any i^vmJii owner. There ore over 16,000,000 of them. Far more than any other brand. People depend on Dick Osborne Furn. Co. Blytheville, Arkansas Armorel Planting Co. Armorel, Arkansas McKinnon's Manila. Arkansas Wheeler Hardware Leaehville, Arkansas Cheerleaders Honored At Dinner Party A dinner party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ben Harpole honored senior cheerleaders of Blytheville High School and fteir sponsor, Mrs. Eussell Mosley. .„ Entertaining were junior resume of Donizetti's I cheerleaders Susie Robinson, Judy Ball, Cindy Dffiahunty and Ginger Harpole. The bonorees, Jane Marble, Judy Porter, Ona Lee Mullins, Susan Reed and Pat Burks, were presented gift pillows and Mrs. Mosley, was given an orchid corsage and silver tray. Mrs. Mosley gave each senior a quilted traveling case. Winners Announced First place winners in Saturday afternoon bridge games of Blytheville Duplicate League were Jim Roleson and Harry W. Haines. Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. Audreanel Freeman were second and third place went to Mrs 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Rus- se'l Phillips. Master point g a m e s are * Tenth Alan Burcham, Rheta Cotton, Michael Finch, Dennis Kumm, Donna McAnulty; David Meyers, Brenda Mullins, Clifton Parrott, Rob Reynolds, Robert Rogers, Lennis Smith and Jesnnifer Way. Ninth Dan Bals, Pat Gonzales, Tina Hansen, Richard Klass, Lorraine Licari, Joseph Liebich; Melanie Mebane, Linda Moore Larry Mullins, Craig Pierce, Jane Purvey and William A. Taylor. Eighth Mike Clay, Joni Downes, Karl Greer, Roxanne Grubb; Raymond Hill, Barbara Hopfer, Phillip Miller. Deborah Quick and Toni Williams. Seventh Jan Azeltine, Mark Aton, Sharon Brumback, Kay Casteel, Tadd Cooper, Helen Elkin, James Eubanks; Susan Harding, Bob Heath, Robert House, Judy Johnson, Frank Licari, Frederick Miller, Charles Parker; Kathy Purvey, Lewis Sinclair, Jo Shores, David Stephens, Debbie Storey, Linda Thompson; Terry Wilson, Michael Walsh and Karen Wiars. iiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiniiiiJiK.'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiS Mrs. Ernest Roe returned Saturday from Memphis where she spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Evans have returned from a trip to Beeville, Tex., where they visited their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gentry. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. James Earls in Bunkie, La. James Lee Brooks, Jr., is on the dean's distinguished list for the fall semester at Baylor University at Waco, Tex, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Brooks, now of Corpus Christi, Tex., and former Blytheville residents. Luther D. Clements of Blytheville is one of J52 seniors and graduate students at Oklahoma State University chosen to be pledged Phi Kappa Phi, national honor society. Visiting in the home of Mrs. F. G. Reichel is her sister, Mrs. H. L. Kuester, of Silver City, N. M. Golden Age Club Meets Sixteen members of Golden Age Club and a guest, Mrs. Irene Tyrone, met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Artie Blankenship. After a short business meeting, a reading was given by Mrs. Leona Mullins. The group sent a card to a for mer resident, Mrs. Lilly Mullins. Games were conducted by Mrs. Blankenship. The club donated a book to the First Baptist Library in memory of Mrs. Beulah Flanigan. The next meeting, May 32, will be at the home of Mrs. Mullins. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. t,„••••••••••••••••••«••••••••••••••••••••••• MON.-TUES.-WED. COMING SOON TO THE RI'IZ PROMISE HER ANYTHING - Usllo Caron A Warren Beaty HARPER — Paul Newman & Lauren Bacall A MAN COULD GET KILLED — Juno Garner THE RARE BREED — James Stewart t Maureen O'Hara Youth Assist In Contest A committee of North Mississippi County youths iias been appointed to assist the judges in the Cotton Poster Contest. They are Nancy S t a 1 c u p, chairman, Billy Widner and Virginia Wilder, all of Blytheville High School. Deadline for posters is Friday, May 6, at 5 p.m. The contest is limited to North Mississippi County youth from will be first, $10, second, $7, and third, $5. Each poster must be original. Each poster must not exceed standard poster board sizes. Each poster must carry out the cotton use, promotion or sell ing theme. Each person may enter more than one poster but may win only one prize. Each poster must have the following information on t h c back: Name, age, address, phone number and school. Posters must be turned in to the county agent's office in the court house by 5 p.m., Friday. Judges decisions are final and posters become property of the sponsor. nschcduled this Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon at Shamrock Lanes. Special Special 'BIG BOY' Tomato Plants Each in its own Individual pot and Klliaf ft* 15c Each or $1.50 Dozen Also Half Grown YARD PLANTS McADAMS GREENHOUSES 206 E. Davis END FEAR ef doctor u« kntltit Mill. Ma- tuil of omtnt hoipiul, lurfical, medical nreaw and IscoaM pre- lection »Um pa; »H icaettti fist «nd ibt coit U tow. GIT* yourself aid faaUlT ell tntie- tion, n«w pe«ce »f »la«. Call or writ* — Frank King, Agent P.O. Box *M _ BlythtviUt Phone PO t-tMt Representing . -;p«4 Mutual «pip of Omaha Jtiil MUTUAL OF OMAHA INIUMNCt COMMKT Lira iNiuEANct: innm* et OMAHA ••ait Olllc*: Oauaa. 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