The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1966 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 14, 1966
Page 10
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JHge T« *-' BlyttevUte (AAV Ottslic *•*» - BIG 'UN — Virgil Evans (right) caught this 29-pound cat-fish on a snagline in Big Lake. J. W. Wortham helped him hold his catch for the camera; HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Joe Lester The W.M.S. of the B a p t i s Church, met Monday. afternoon at l':30 at the home of Mrs Bertha Ward.. The president Mrs. Ward, called the meeting to order. Mrs. Perry Taylo opened the meeting with pray er. Kim Lester of West Plains Mo., visited with his grandpar ehts, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Billie Burrow returnee home Tuesday after visitinj about two weeks with Mr. am Mrs. Harmon Waldorf of Pocan- tious, Term., and Mrs. Edna Thacker and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tommy all of Memphis. Rev. Raymond Johnson was In a revival meeting in Little Rock, Ark., last week. He returned home Tuesday. Carl Engle a layman in the First Baptist Church of Hayti filled the pulpit here May 2. .Mrs. Perry Taylor and J. P. Taylor went to St. Louis last weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor and son Timmy. Mrs. Billie Hansard of Blytheville took her grandmother, Mrs Maude Lahue to Memphis Tues day to see a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Childers returned home Tuesday after spending several days at Ken tucky Lake fishing. Walter C. Lumpkins was in Memphis Tuesday to be with his father, E. H. Lumpkins. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burdine and daughters Holly Kay ant Vicki Leigh of Jackson spen the weekend with her mother Mrs. Genevieve Holly and Mr and Mrs. Joe B. Holly II. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Kilburn and son Rogers and Mrs. Clara McCrary of California arrived Tuesday night. They came to be with Mrs. Clayton Kilburn who is a patient in the Doctor's Hospital in Blytheville. Troy and family are being transferred to the Great Lakes. He is in the U. S. Navy. They will be here for a while visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith Sr. returned home Thursday af ter being called to San Fran- cis.eo, Calif., to be with their son Bobby who underwent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Channel! spent the Memphis with their daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Channell. .Mrs. Myrtle Lester of Denton was a dinner and supper guest Mother's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester. Mrs. Sadie Crews is at home after spending the winter month in Miami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Childers and family of Memphis came Friday to spend several days in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Childers and Mrs. Clayton Kilburn. Mother's Day dinner guests of •Mrs. W. H. Barber were her ^daughters, Mrs. Bernice Armstrong of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner of St. Francis, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Smith Were in Memphis Friday. Mrs. Maud Lahue and Mrs. Gladean Tucker and children were Sunday dinner guests of their granddaughter and sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ham- •lett of Rives. Mr, and'Mrs. R. L. Rogers had their grandchildren, Roger, Susan and Tommy Terrell for .the weekend. The Rogers drove (hem home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patter- jwn Sr. returned home Tuesday bringing their grandson, Mark ;AJIen Patterson home with them "or an indelnite visit. They •pent a month visiting in the homes of their sons and families. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Patterson and Mr. and Mrs.' Elmer F. Patterson of Columbus, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pat-, terson Jr. of Vicksburg, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Michial Jones announce the birth of their first child, a son, Rickey Gene. He was born April 26 at Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville. Rickey weighed 6 pounds and 8 ounces. She is the former Bonnie Sue Sanders. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Jones. The great - grandfather is Elmer Jones of Blytheville. The Culbertson Club met Thursday afternoon May 5 at She home of Mrs. Andrew. Jenkins. There were twelve mem- iers present. Mrs. Bertha Ward »ave the devotional, "The Emp;y and Futile Life." The hostess served summer salad, chicken salad on Ritz Crackers, coffee and soft drinks. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Homer Smith Sr. May 19 at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cornell and daughters of Aurora, 111., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Reynolds. They were called here for the funeral of his brother-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Shelton and son Ricky and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Crews, of Memphis visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester Sunday night. Mrs. Gertrude Finnell of Piggott, Ark., visited with her niece last week. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••"•••"**? " W/LSON NEWS • »»*••••••••••••••••• MRS. W. A. BOGAN, Jr. B rower; 1st vice-president, Bonnie Lawrence; 2nd vice-president, Charlotte Porterfleld; 3rd Lynn Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith of Whitten and Jack Snipes, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Snipes, have been vice-president, Judy shosen to represent Wilson High! secretary, B1 y n d a DeSpain; at Boys State in Little Rock in treasurer, Connie Smith; historian, Kay Hog an; reporter, June. Members of the R.A.s of the First Baptist Church and their guests enjoyed a. weiner roast Tuesday evening at Sans Souci. Chaperones were Mr. anU Mrs. Gene Musick, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stockemer, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Jones. Forty young people attended. The Annual Mother - Daughter Party of the Future Homemakers of America, Wilson High School, was held in the School Cafetorium, Monday night, May 2, with 115 attending. Invocation was given by Gail Leftwich. Dinner music was pre sented by John Dresbach. After the welcome by Mary Bishop, president, the Wilson Choraliers and the Razorback Trio, accompanied by John Dresbach, entertained the group Lloyd Smithson, F.H.A. Beau was recognized. Rev. Paul Stockemer, pastor of- First Baptist Church, was speaker for the evening: Mary Bishop, president, served as installing officer for the 1966-67 officers. They are: president; Pat Gayle Cecil; song leader, Betsy Gwyn; pianist, Glenda Medlin. Sponsor - Miss Angie Emery. Chapter degrees were awarded Mary Snipes and Oney Godsey. Jenny Gwyn, Barbara Furman and Marilyn Lewis were overnight guests Friday of Mrs. W. L, Lewis, Sr. in Memphis. They took 'the scholastic aptitude test at Southwestern on Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Lewis accompanied them to Memphis. Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. H. G. Yates and Nancy Koch were Mr. and Mrs. Lamar McDaniel and daughter Nan of West Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Yates Jr. and family of Osceola and Robert W. Yates of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dobson of Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cain Sr., of Joiner recently returned from a trip to Alexandria, Va., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cain Jr. Mrs. Cain is the former Patsy Dobson of Wilson. While there they also visited Mr. Cain's sisters, Misses Grace and Virginia Cain in Arlington. They toured Washington, D. C., two days and made a stop at Natural Bridge, Virginia. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. VERNICE ODLE PLAINTIFF VS. No. 16773 R. J. ODLE DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, R. J. Odle, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within .thirty days and answer the complaint Of the plaintiff, Vernice Odle, and upon his failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas and the seal of said Court this 12th day of May, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D.C. REID, BURGE & PREVALLET Attorneys for Plaintiff LEON. BURROW Attorney ad IHem 5-14, 21, 28, 6-3 FAMILY GROUP — Five generations are pictured here. They are Mrs. Dan McGill, Lula Sipes, Bernice Cagle, Cherry Warren and April Michelle Warren. CORRECTION! 1957 CADILLAC 4 door, loaded with all the occes- $4 *JF series, come see this one today | / J UNION BLYTHEVILLE, Inc. Railroad & Ash Phone PO 3-6888 Special Special 'BIG BOY' Tomato Plants E»ch la Id own IndMdml pot and Nllln( for 15c Each or $1.50 Dozen Alw Half Grown YARD PUNTS McADAMS GREENHOUSES 206 E. Dtvii NOTICE! Acme Termite Co. has purchased the Walls Certified Termite Service. AH persons having contracts with the Walls Company are urged to contact us immediately and we will service your property. Insured J. H. TYRONE PO 3-3280 Bonded Brand New - Heavy Duty • 12 Ft. FISHING BOATS ..$99.91 • 14 Ft. FISHING BOATS JH9J5 • BOAT TRAILERS 1*0.00 • NEW 14 Ft FIBREGLASS RUN-A-BOUT BOAT f«S Open 'Til 9 p.m. Daily—12:00 Noon Sunday FREE PARKING IN REAR By rum Hardware And Seed 116 E. Main — Ph. PO 3-4404 or 3-3529 Rooky's Bait Shop 201 No. Center St. (Formerly Bud and Ira's Bait Shop) Minnows - Worms Crayfish • Crickets Fishing Tacklt let and Snacks HERMON JONES BtnnnM mra ASSDkANCI C*. MM COM A?o MOM *N4W Ifcaptbi. 0*U lot rnwrt tat URGENT APPEAL From Mississippi County Union Mission MISSISSIPPI COUNTY UNION NEEDS YOUR IMMEDIATE SUPPORT! In view of the mechanization of farming ... the cutback in cotton acreage and the enormous Spring rains we have encountered, the demands on the Mission are FAR GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE AT THIS TIME OF YEAR.. .in addition, we MUST RAISE $7,500 by May 28 to pay for the new storage building just completed. This new building is a STRAN STEEL building, erected by Slaughter Brothers Conduction Company. This building will enable us to save $100 a month in rent with the elimination of our Main Street Warehouse Building. It wilj : also save countless number of labor hours. We have sent out a few letters of appeal and we trust that every one who receives these letters will respond with a generous contribution. However, only a few of these letters were mailed out and if you do not receive one, we urge you to take the liberty to send your gift. Remember, ALL THESE GIFTS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Sunday, May29 has been set aside as "MORTGAGE BURNING AFTERNOON! On this date, Mr. WILS DAVIS, who was the second Mayor of Blytheville, will be guest speaker. Never before was the need greater. The tremendous demand for Mission services will continue for some time. Y. ..£.•.. i - . • " We earnestly urge you to give. ..and give generously. Stnd your Contribution! to the Mississippi County Union Mission, PO Box 1161, *, Ark. Union Mission

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