Page TWO - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, May 1». MM — Society News — » TiV«- TH-V -9 filenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 ALTRUSA GIRLS - Blytheville High ? "!Sbhodl seniors selected as Altrusa Girls of r; the Month of March, April and May are (from left) Joanne McHaney, 'Julia Ann Swain and Janie Ellis. (Courier News Photo) CM 2? Entertained Spring flowers created the jetting at Blytheville Country Club last night when members md guests of Club 28 were en- ertained at a dinner-dance. Among the guests attending vere Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Brock, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mr. and Mrs. George DiUahunty; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. David, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and rtrs. Rupert Crafton; Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. Marr Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston, Mr. and Mrs. Vernis Haag and Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Mr. and Mrs. J. .W Adams and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old. Social and Personal Notes Miss Judy Porter »nd J,a c k Thomas Hale-were in'Memphis last night to attend the Cotton' Carnival dinner dance at the Catholic Club. The couple rep- Cub, Boy, Eiplora SCOUT NEWS Boy Scout Troop 58 of Milligan Ridge ; will-sponsor a barbecue chicken supper tonight- at the Scout Hut. Dinner will be served from 7 until 9 p.m. The public is invited to at- end. Altrusa Club Selects Girls of Month the Month for March, April and May have been announced by Blytheville Altrusa Club. ' n Sliss Joanne McHaney, daugh- ter'of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, was selected Girl of ffie- Month for March. ""iliss McHaney is a senior at Blytheville High School where she is- a member of the Beta jClub, Red Pepper Club, annual 'staff, Student Cdunci,' BHS Band •and a member of the senior 3>lay cast. I She serves as secretary of the iNational Honor Society, Future ; 5eachers and Mu Alpha Theta, Graduates Honored Miss Sandra Lynch and Miss Margie Wagnon, members of Christ Methodist Church choir, were entertained by other members of the.group Wednesday evening at the church. The/occasion was in honor of their forthcoming graduation from Blytheville High School. /Guests participated in a musical-television commercial game lfd:by Mrs. Mary Emma Reed, choir director, with Mrs. Ralph Berryman at the organ. '"'"• ' ' foods and and was listed among Who's Who. April Girl of the Month was Miss Janie ' Ellis, • daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr. Miss Ellis served as a page of Daughters of the American Revolution. Her other activities 'include membership in Red Pepper, annual staff, paper staff, Student Council, senior play 'cast and Future Teachers. She also is reporter of Red Pepper Club. of which she is.president.. . During her senior" year, Miss Swain was chosen Good Citizen of DAR, Citizen of the Month, member of play cast and listed among Who's Who. She also received the Crisco Award in home economics. Selected as Girl of the Month for May was Miss Julia Ann Swain. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Swain. Miss Swain serves,, on the paper staff, annual staff, Future Teachers and Red Pepper Club NWMS Meets For Study Nazarene World Missionary Society held a regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the church. Mrs. Harold Thompson presided. . After opening prayer was led ! by Mrs. Ira Anthony, Mrs. Thompson conducted the busi- Bridge League Winners Told Winners of last night's bridge games played by. Duplicate Bridge League have been announced. They were- first, -Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. John Cherry; second, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. C. W. Afflick; third, Mr. and Mrs. M. M .Handle, and fourth, Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. King Tetley. Games will be resumed tomorrow afternoon at 1:15 at Shamrock Lanes. •^Afterwards, party punch were served. | n ess session. A large arrangement of red; ^ devotional taken from roses and white mock orange the f ourt h chapter of John was was seen about the entertaining room with the school colors and the graduation theme used on the refreshment table. 'v Two dolls dressed in caps and gowns and holding miniature diplomas formed the centerpiece flanked by candelabra with red tSpers and roses. • ; The girls were presented wKite leather Bibles as gifts from the choir. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED A» - ; . 'f SECOND CLASJJ MAIL BLYTHEVILLE. ARK. Blytfcevttle Dtmner Newt ZIP - 72318 Harry W. Batnes rublu&u 3rd at Walnut Sts. . Bljthefille. Ark. PublUbtd totrj except Bundsj Second class postage paid it BU- tbeTllle. Ark. DOME DELIVERY RATES In BlythevlUe Mid towns In the BlythevlUtt trade territory: Dally ...:.. 35o per week 9Y MAIL PATABLE IN ADVANCB ..Within 90 milt! of Blythe»lll». S8.00 per year More tntn 50 miles norn Beginning Friday Open 24 Hours A Day M& R BRACKIN CAFE 3RD & RAILROAD BuUdlnt Formerly Occupied by Boone Cleaam brought by Mrs. Norwood Courtney. Mildred Mayo gave the study on "Nazarene Missions in Italy." Dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. Oscar Alexander. Bridge Club Has Luncheon Down One Bridge Club members were entertained Wednesday afternoon with a bridge luncheon at the Country Club. Hostess was Mrs. Jack Rinehart. Mrs. Murphy Taylor, Mrs. Bert Phillips and Mrs. William Benton' were winners. Hostess next week will -be Mrs. Kenneth Swan. Mrs. Tomlinson Hosts Vend red i Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson entertained members of Vendredi Bridge Club Tuesday evening. Guests were Mrs. Tony Wyatt, Mrs. Frank Harshman and Mrs. Maurice Sanders. Winners were Mrs. Conner Taylor, high; Mrs. Jada McGuire, second, and Mrs. Sanders, bridgo. Next hostess will foe Mrs. Taylor. JA President Appoints New Gommittees New president of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary, Mrs. Glen Horner, presided over Tuesday's meeting at the First National community room, and announced her committees for the comirtg year. Mrs. Jim Tompkins explained the purposes of Junior Auxiliary to the new members who were introduced to the group. They include Mrs. Leon Burrow, Mrs. C: R. Cole, Mrs. Jack Rinehart, Mrs. Bob Childress, Mrs. Max Hill and Mrs. Fred DeCuir. Four provisional members who were made active members in, the organization were Mrs. Bill Williams, Mrs. C. E. Campbell, Mrs. Sam Larimore and Mrs. Charles Adams. During the business meeting the group voted to continue participation in the National Association of Jnior Auxiliaries •scholarship fund for the nexl 'ive years. Members also voted to sponsor Miss Ginger Harpole as a delegate to Girls State this year. Announcement was made tha 1 a regional meeting will be helc in Searcy, Oct. 13. New committee chairmen are Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, finan cial; Mrs. M. J, Osborne, ad missions; Mrs. George Fisher case worker; Mrs. Charles Langston, Jr. art project; Mrs. Rene George civic; Mrs. Charles Brock, kin dergarten; Mrs. Dick Reid, house a n grounds; Mrs. Larry Lutes nominating; Mrs. Bill Steinsiek constitution; Mrs. Dan Burge cripplei resented Blytheville as Duke and Duchess. Mrs! Jack Tapp Is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. She underwent major surgery Monday. Helen Reeves of Leesburg, Fla., is visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Lee Monroe, and sister and family,! Mr: and Mrs. Woodrow Newman, for several weeks; Miss Sandra Moore and her fiance, Jimmy Johnson, both of Memphis, will arrive this weekend to be guests in the home of !ie'r parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hale were in Jonesboro yesterday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Alices Kiech Whistle and Joseph Charleville of St: Louis in the chapel of First Methodist Church of Jonesboro. : Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mahan of New Albany, Mis*., have, arrived to attend commencement exercises tonight at Dyess of their granddaughter, Patricia Lynn Gillette, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Delniar Gillette. Jeffery Nail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nail, is recuperating at. his home after being . dismissed from LeBonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. . RECIPIENT — .Miss Merri Lee Dodson, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Dodson, is t'ns year's recipient of the Business and Professional Women's Club Educational Grant of $100 awarded to a senior girl at Blytheville High School. Alternate is Miss Linda Kay Cockrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cockrell. children; Mrs. James Gardner, Dublicity; Mrs. Oliver Coppedge Jr., scholarship, and Mrs. Don Prevallet, special education. Coming Events Friday Newcomers Bridga Club will meet with Mrs -John. Kersnick at 12:30. Blytheville EH Club will meet Saturday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. CMC? MAY 24, 1966 Toasted cheese sandwiches benefit when they are served j with chutney or red currant jelly — take your choice! "Gowpoke" WESTERN SHOP SEE US ... For Nocona Boots, Saddles, Tack, Grooming Supplies, & Clothing, Driftwood Arrangements Sale .. South of Blytheville on Hwy. 61 MURR THEATRE Your friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Political Candidates The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidate! for office in (he forthcoming Democratic Primary election: Legislative Pott No. ! BILLY NICHOLSON • . » * ' Dlslrlci Prosecuftnf ~™ ' Attorney RAL<*H E. WILSON PLUS "WAR GODS OF THE DEEP" Vincent Price Tab Hunter [LIAS Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. 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