The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 7, 1966
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Oaortir !!>*• — — Society News — 1 TM.^»^ n/*v A Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phoiit PO 8-4461 BRlDlS-ELECT — Miss Judith Ann Stuart, daughter Of Mr. and Mfs. M. E. Stuart, Jr., is engaged to Albert Lee Of Blythevilie Air Fore* Base. Miss Stuart Is Betrothed Announcement was .made to-< day by Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stuart j Jn, of BIytheville of the marriage' of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Albert Lee of Lakewood, Calif. Jilr. Lee is the son of Mr. and Mr|. Albert Lee of Lakewood, Calif. -The bride • elect was graduated from BIytheville High ScBpol and is now attending Classic Beauty School. The prospective bridegroom Is stationed at BIytheville A i r Force Base. Cubed oranges and cut-up prunes make an excellent addition to a tossed green salad that is to be served with ham. PRIVILEGES ACTBCtUZED It SECOND CLASH MAIL BLTTHEVILLE, ARK Blftheville Cnnrtei Newi ZIP - 72318 Bur; W (MUM, PUBUrttt 3rd « Walnut su. BlythevlUe Ark . Publl&bed datts except aundM Second class postage paid at Bly- tbejllle. Ark. HOME DELIVER* RATES la BiythevUle tod cownt In ttu BlythertUs trade territory; Dally 35c p«r week »V MAIL PAYADLB CM ADVA.-.C* Wltnin 50 miles or BlytbevllJa. H.OO ixr rear I Mnr. !B»n 50 miles Ham Blythe»ill» ' DAR Plans Art Show Miss Martha Farrell announced final plans of the DAR Art Show when Charlevoix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, met Tuesday at the Holiday Inn for a luncheon. The show, which will be featured as part of Blytheville'« diamond jubilee, will be displayed In the old First National Bank Building on May 13-19. The exhibit will be open to the public from 2 until 6 o'clock on Sunday and weekdays, except Saturday when the hburs are from 10 until 4 o'clock. Refreshments will be served at the dedication Sunday. The National Defense report was given by Mrs. E. J. Cure followed by the program on the "History of Natchez Trace," by Elizabeth and Maxine Halstead. A floral centerpiece of iris and other spring flowers done by Mrs. J. Louis Cherry was used on the serving tabte. Hostesses were Mrs. E. B. WoodsOn and Mrs. David Hubbs. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mri. Buddy Howard "Mommy, fix it, please." . . "Mother, help me, please." . . As children, we knew we could count on her, and we did. She understood us. She was our insulation against childish chills of fear and anxieties. As time goes on, many mothers hear different words; strange words of impatience, irritation, exasperation - yeei even rebellion. They hear, "Oh, mother, you just don't understand." In later years, If we will only admit ..It, wo know many mothers did understand things that were beyond our understanding in former years. But, there are some things a mother should not be expected to understand at any time. How can she understand why days and weeks go by with no word from those she likes to hear from? How can _sfte understand why she is expected to be insensitive t<>. Indlffer- enee or neglect? How can she understand why expected phone calls don't come through? How can she understand why (unwritten) letters don't arrive? Incidentally, has anyone ever heard a mother tell a postman, "I don't want any mail today" . . .1 yet, on Mother's Day, in spite of our thoughtlessness on other days, she understands. But, wouldn't it be more pleasant for her on other days, if demands for her understanding would bo less on other days? .... MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNEKAL, SERVICE. THEATRE Your Theatre SAT.'SUN.* MON.-TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE UW DACHSHUND PLUS A Walt Di*n«y Production 'WINNIE THE POOH" Mrs. Harold Shuford of Hickory, N. C., has arrived for a visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A Haines. Marti Cuadra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra, will be arri6ng the sixteen coeds who will vie for the title 6f Miss Uni versity of Arkansas tonight in i beauty pageant on the University Of Arkansas camrtus. Zeta Chapter Installs Officers Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met at the Drummer Boy Restaurant Thursday evening. , A dessert course was served preceding the meeting with Mrs Lillian Hart presiding. Committees making reports were the Ideal scholarship c6m- mittee by Mrs. C. C. Dulaney and the state scholarship committee by Miss Effie Lee Terrell. Mrs. William Shaneyfelt brought the inspirational thbught and the program when tribute was made to the founders of Delta Kappa Gamma. Officers installed for the cOrri- llig year by outgoing president, Mrs. Hart, were Mrs. Harold AndersOn, president; Mrs. John- s6n Blackwell, first vice president; Miss Mary Hubler, second vice president; Mrs. Wayne MOore, treasurer; Mrs. Robert LipscOmb, recording secretary; Mrs. Dick White, cOresponding secetary, and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, parliamentarian. Serving as chairman of the hostesses was Mrs. LipscOmb. The meeting closed with the collect repeated in unison. Bridge Clubs Entertained Mrs. Chester Caldwell entertained Tuesday Bridge Club and a guest, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. An arrangement of iris was used on the table along with placecards accented with iris. In afternoon games, Mrs. R. J. McKinnon won high, Mrs. C. E. Crigger, second, and Mrs. Garrigan, birdgo. This was the final meeting oi the club until fall. Orange blossoms decorated the home of Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr., when she entertained Wednesday Contract Club with a dessert bridge this week. Winners in games were Mrs. Loy Welch, high, Mrs. W. C. Higginson, second, and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, bridge. Mrs. Jesse Taylor will host the club next week. . In afternoon games Mrs. H. H. Houchins was hostess to members of Mid Week Club and a guest, Mrs. Loy Welch, this week. In afternoon games of bridge, Mrs. Houchins won high and Mrs. Welch, second. Mrs. B. A. Lynch will entertain the club next week. Mrs. Ben Matthews, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. Love Adam? and Mrs. George Pyles were invited as guests when Mrs. C. C. Smith entertained Town and Country Club this week. Mrs. Pyles, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. A. G. Hall and Mrs. Ellis were winners in games. The club will not meet next week. Gerry Donner Manila Youth Runnerup In Spelling Bee Gerry Donner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Donner of Manila, was runnersup in the 23rd annual Mid • South Spelling Bee held at Tech High School in Memphis on April 29. Fifty - one contestants representing five states entered the competition. Winner was Beth Sherrill of Millington, Tenn. Preceding the bee the group toured the Memphis Museum, New Memorial Stadium, the Coliseum and attended a movie. Following the tour and movie, the contestants were guests Of the Press - Scimitar at a banquet at the Sheraton Peabody. As runnerup, Gerry received a $100 savings bond, a two volume "World Language" Dictionary and a two volume Lincoln Library Encyclopedia. He is a seventh grader at Manila Junior High School. Delegates Attend Convention Approximately 24 members of BIytheville Junior Auxiliary are attending the 25th annual convention of National Association of Junior Auxiliaries at the Riv- errnont Club in Memphis this week. Theme of this year's convention, which' is represented by 550 women in four states, is in keeping with "the organization's silver anniversary. Workshops are being conducted on subjects which will enable the delegates to further develop services in their community. Attending are Mrs. Jan Rayder, Mrs. Glen Horner, Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Mrs. Rupert M. Crafton, Mrs. Perry Rothrock; Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Mrs. Todd Harrison, Mrs. Larry Lutz, Mrs. Dan Burge; Mrs. Mike Simon, Mrs. Sam Larimore, Mrs. Herbert Jones, Mrs. Dick Reid, Mrs. Charles Langston, Jr.; Mrs. Rene George, Mrs. Charles Leggett, Mrs. C. E. Campbell, Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, Mrs. Conner Taylor; Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. Don Prevallet, Mrs. Bill Williams and Mrs. James Gardner. Chillies Go on the Town Chillies — those laced shoes with the big flapping tongue dad (or gramps) used to play golf in are now skipping around town with shortie skirts and textured stockings. Slivers of ripe olives make a delightful addition to corn, whole-kernel or creamed style. First Baptist Church BIytheville, Ark. Sunday, May 1 10:50 SERVICE 7.30 P.M. "GA Presentation Service" Rev. A. B. Carpei.ter Pastor MOTHER'S DAY- GRADUATION OR ANY DAY WHEN YOU THIHK OF GIFTS, THINK OF PLAZA DRUGS PLAZA SHOPPING CCNTtR BIytheville, Ark. Lutherans Attend Convention Approximately 15 members of First Lutheran Church accompanied by Pastor Sidney 'J. Pon- seti have recently returned after attending the 13th biennial convention of (he -Western District • •«•(• Coming Events Sunday •Mississippi County Historical and' Genealogical Society will meet in the Osccola County Li ; brary. ' ' Monday ' • ' •.: Women of the Church circles of First Presbyterian c i r c I e s Lutheran Women's •' Missionary "will meet in the following League in Memphis. Representing the. church delegates were Mrs. Arnim Kumm and Mrs. Bill Williams. The following new .projects were-approved by the delegates: $10,000 to Murray Lutheran Church in Murray; Ky.; $5,000 for student aid; $5,000 for Grace Lutheran Church in Clarksville, Ark.; $10,000 for Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Tenn.-; $10,000 for Faith- Lutheran Church in Kirksville, Mo.; $10,000 .for Good Shepherd Church in Memphis, and $10,000 for St. Paul Lutheran Church in West Memphis. In addition to these district , homes: Circle 1, Mrs. -Edgar Borum, 9:30 a.m. Circle Hj Mrs. Curtis Bennett, 2 p.m. . • -. Circle III,- Mrs. Ernest Me- Kenzie, 2 p.m. Circle IV, Mrs Roland Rounsaville,. 2 p.m. Circle V, Mrs. D. E. Harris, 7:30 p.m. . • • . .Circle, VI, Mrs. Carey .Pheeney, 7:30 p.m. Explorer Post 10$ will meet at. .7 p.m. at First. Methodist Church. Boy Scout Troop 104 will meet 7:30 p.m., First Methodist Church. projects, $40,000 will be-given 1 to Joy Rebekali. Lodge 57 will the International league projects meet at 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. and mission education. • | Rebekali Lodge 18 will meet Pastor Dean Greunke of Mem- j at the IOOP Hall, 7:30 p.m.. phis was elected district counselor at the meeting. E.KC MEETING NOTES •••••••••• • *. •••••••• Mrs. C. C. Elliott was hostess Thursday to Town and Country EH Club members at her home. Fourteen members attended/ After group songs, the devotional was brought by Mrs. Weidon McCann. • Leaders's reports presented at pell Baptist WMU' will meet. Aitrusa Club of BIytheville will meet in the Martin Room of Goff Hotel at 7:30 p.m. First Christian CWF will hold group meetings. . . , Hope Group meets with Mrs. Rupert M. Crafton, 2 p.m'. . faith Group meets' with Mrs. Ben Harpole, 2 p.m. ; Love Group meets with MrS. Calvin Goodman in the' church' parlor, 7:30 p.m. Charity Group meets with Mrs. Reece Moore, 8 p.m. Coin Collectors Club will meet in the South Sea Room of Hojel Noble. Junior club meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and the Senior the meeting were on-"Food" by j 8™up at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. H. D. Jackson, "Family Cred >t ' Women's Relations" by Mrs. N. C. Patterson and-"Health'^ by Mrs.'T. B. Richardson. In recognition of Cotton Week, all members were dressed for the occasion in cotton. Miss'Pat Breakfast Club will meet. Sacettes.EH Club will meet. ' Northeast District Nurse* 'Association will meet. ' • •Lake Street Woman's Society Of Christian Service.will meet Cole, EH agent, 'showed a films i at the ' churdl - " "Cotton in Many Lands:" • = • ®™t Methodist WSCS will The hostesses' eye opener was I meet a ceramic switch plate. Mrs. • Bert -H a r d-e s ty Jiad charge of the social hour. Game prize was awarded to Mrs. T. B. Richardson. The next workshop will be held in the Hardesty Building and the next regular meeting with Mrs. H. D. Jackson. iiiUiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnuiiDiiiiiiininiiiniiinini! What's-For Lunch? BLYTHSVILLE Monday Toastie Dogs - Mustard Baked Beans ; Slaw Baked Apples Milk GOSNbii ; Monday COrney Dogs , . Baked Beans Raisin Pie Buttered Corn Bread . . Butter, . -.!;... Milk" ' ' .". • '. '• Tuesday . • Homemakers EH Club will meet.- ••• : . '2101st' Coriiuriications Squadron Wives will meet al the Service Club at 7:30 .p.m. AMM Squadron' Wives w i 1 meet for a coffee at 7:30 p.m. at the Service Club. Yarbro EH Club will meet at the clubhouse. . • • : Beta Sigma Phi City Council will meet. . •. • BIytheville Junior Auxiliary will hold a regular meeting in the First National Bank community room at 9:30 a.m. Business and Professional Women's Club will hold dinner meeting at 7 p.m. •' Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic'.m Armorelettes Extension Home makers Club will meet. NCO Wives Club will meet for cards day at'l p.m. at'the LEADER Frank Grigsby CAIN durlnr the months of May and June. A FREE FAMILY VACATION joes along with ui? new car or truck purchaw at Bob Sullivan. Mr. Grifsby was; a leader for Sales at Bob Sullivan. Check with one of the RED HAT MEN for the BED HOT BAR- the month of April in New Car Remember You Can Always Makt a Better Deaf at .... Bob Sujlivan Chevrolet-Cadillac • c«/ ; '••••'•: SOlW.WtJnut Ph.P03-457« NOOCluK. , Country Ch* *rffl mee« fcf. IOOF L«!t« *l!l m«et at the luncheon. «t. 12 o'clock at thy, IOOP Hall al 8 p.m. I club preceded by a game of • Women golfers of BIythevillejgolt. ? ~ Westbrook TCP! FINE FOOD [•"•nBBWW*"^ IN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTCR ..*.........••••••••••••••«• MOTHER'S DAY MENU ' ROAST BEEF & BROWN GRAVY . SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN (Choice of Pieces) ,., : . VmGlNIA' BAKED HAM .W/ORANGE. SAUCE ' ' TURKEY & DRESSING . ., ,.•••• SALISBURY STEAK '•••••••§••••••••'•••••••••••••••••••••••••* ' MACARONI & CHEESE , ENGLISH PEAS FRESH GREEN BEANS BAI )£Jl£ P ,JT,S! SCALLOPED POTATOES CANDIED YAMS WHOLE OKRA : HOME MADE ROLLS & CORNBREAD CHOICE OF SALADS & DESSERTS •••a************************************* • HOURS: 7 «.m. to 4 p.m. Monday ,triru 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 • •:••• SOUTH HIGH WAV 61 . . Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •'• ' ' ' ' LAST TIME TODAY—Double Feature'; "P/NOCCH/0 IN OUTER SPACE"—Cartoon . "CHEYENNE AUTUMN"—Richard Widmatk & Carol Baker SUN; * MON. * TUES, DOUBLE FEATURE ' 'FEATURE 7:15 SECOND FEATURE 9:00 A Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 •••••••••••••••••a**** Last Time Today I IHIIli I r*At rib Atnlrican | liULUn * Inmnilloiiil Piclurl •••••••••*••••«••••••• Sun.-Mon.-Tue. "The Collector" With Terence Stamp & Samantha Eggar PLUS OMIE THE INCREDIBLE i W *ITH Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous'from 1:00 p.m. SATURDAY ; DOUBLE FEATURE VALOR WO VIOLEUCa Joseph E. Levine ~. Stanley Baker Juliet Prowse Color SUN. •MON. •TUES. COMING ICON TO THE RITE HARM*- ftulNiwMB & Uunn Ouiit A MAN COULD GET KILLED - JunM THE HAM MtBtb - Ian« Buwwt * MIOTMB THE SILENCERS — Dun Martin *-8tellt SteteM A THOUSAND CLOWNS — Jation Rotardi, Jr.

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