The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 20, 1966
Page 2
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Page Two - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier Newt - frlday, May ». 1M» —' Society News — _... * DhAn* Pfi 8. aGJenna Lambert, Society Editor WINS AWARD-Mrs. Judy Roberts, assisted by Mrs. Harry Keith, assistant librarian of Caruthersville Public Library, won the Librarian Service Award for her sorority, Beta Sigma Phi, by submitting a bibliography of the program book currently being used by the sorority. The sorority received $50 as did Mrs. Keith for her assistance. Mrs. Roberts is librarian at Caruthersville High School. Mrs. .Wilder Hests African Violet Club . . . ess to members of -Kie African Violet Club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Co-hostess was Mrs. M. H. Rodgers. Mrs. J. A. Breysacher opened the meeting by reading a poem from the yearbook and Mrs. W. L. Boren led in opening prayer. A report on the club's tour In Memphis was given by Mrs. B. A. Bugg. The group attended the Violet Show and Iris Show held at the Garden Center. Mrs. Bugg also read file minutes of the club's first meeting held Oct. 21, 1958. "Different Insects and Pests' was the topic of the program led by Mrs. Bugg. Cake and punch were served cial hour. Club Holds Final Dance Thursday Night Supper Club held its final dance of the season last night at the Legion Hut with approximately 100 in attendance. Hosts and hostesses were' Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Maj. and Mrs. J. J. Pavlas, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stbvall and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers. The Thunder-birds provided music for dancing. A buffet supper was served midnight. Th« serving t a M e wa« overlaid with a pink doth and held a centerpiece of pink roses in a silver container. Roses and other spring flowers were used at vantage points throughout the Hut. The guest list included: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ward, Mr. and Mrs Harold Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis; Dr and Mrs. W. 0. Green, Dr and Mrs. C R Cole, Major and Mrs Mark Prody; Major and Mrs. E. 0. Cihak, Col. and Mrs. Roger Warner and Captain and Mrs. Ed Krick. Duplicate . Winners Told Results of Duplicate 'Bridge games played last night have been announced. North-south winners were first Mrs. W. C. Roddey and Mrs. Charles Langston; second, Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, and third, Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. East-west winners were first, Mrs. John Cherry and Harry W. Raines; second, BUI Me- Math and Mrs. S. E. Tune, and third, Mrs. Lloyd Burcham and Mrs. J. R. Stevenson. Regular games are scheduled for tomorrow at 1:15. Then on Thursday, the members will be PO 3-4461 iiiiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiinniifflinniniiiiiniiiiNW Bits Of News pertonM Woman's Society Circles Meet -or Mrs. tanhda RichardsOn wil have as her guests over the weekend her daughter, Mrs Mack McCOrmick, Mr. McCOr rhick and daughter Jackie o Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrorii and children of.Memphis were guests Of his parents, Mr. am Mrs. John Tyrone, Over the weekend. JOhiiny and Allison Tyrone remained for a visit Witt their .grandparents while Mr and Mrs. Tyrone visit in Fay etteville with his brother, Mr and Mrs. David Tyrone thi week. Mrs. Lillie Crain was admitted to Doctor's Hospital thi morning where she will underg a series of tests. Mrs. Farris McCalla and Mrs i. W. Dillahunty have left fo Houston where they will visi Mrs. McCalla's daughter, Mis Jenny Wren McCalla. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Porte and Mrs. B. A. Lynch have returned after attending a bank Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen an Miss Georgia Bailey were in Memphis this week to visit Mrs. McCutchen's daughter, Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp, and family. Luther Davis Clements. Jr, of Blytheville will r e c e t v e a bachelor Of science degree in chemical engineering from Oklahoma State University on Sunday. Mrs. Maude Cassidy has returned from England. Ark., af- er a few days' visit with rela- ives. Mr. and Mrs. George McLeod were in Milan, Tenn., yesterday to attend funeral services for ler niece, Mrs. Sadie Spain. Mrs. Mitchell Briggs is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. She .is in Room E-25 and is allowed visitors. by the hostesses during the so- entertained at a bridge party at the Holiday Inn. THEATRE Drive-ln Theatre Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA S OSCEOLA lMfleSo.-Hwy.61 ..I. " Iriday & Saturday Ffida y & Saturday £; Double Feature c"lM[s!i Vampire linesjjainl llHUfF Black Sabbath Sun. - Mon. -Tues. Lana Turner In "MADAME X" E.H.C MEETING NOTES Woman's Society of Chritian Service of First Methodist Church held circle meetings Monday in honies of members. Mrs. C. C. Czeschin was hostess to members of Circle I with Mrs. F. E. Black as chairman. Mrs. Robert Littrell gave the devotional and Mrs. T. E. Geeslin followed with the study. A guest at the meeting was Mrs. M. T. Burke 6f Oklahoma City. Circle II members assembled at the home of Mrs. F. L. Husband for their meeting. CA-hdst- ess was Mrs. George Hamilton. Circle chairman is Mrs. C. D. Clark. The devotional brought by Mrs. Sam Haynes was followed by the study with Mrs. George Pyles in charge. Th* home of Mrs. H. C. Bush was the setting for a luncheon for members of Circle III. Co- hostess was Mrs. W. A. Rollings- worth. Mrs. James C. Bush is chairman. ••••••i ••«•••••* Mrs. Jimmy B a u g h e r was hostess to Wednesday's meeting 6f Lost Cane EH Club members. . Mrs. John Ed Regenold gave the devotional. The study was presented by Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Jr. Mrs. C. G. Redman was hosier's convention in Hot Springs ess to ' circle j. Vi Circ i e c i la j r . Mr« (V W. McCutchen and _,-_ •„ «»,. p-,, uarricnn man is Mrs. Ray Harrison. The devotional was given by Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. David Williams led the study. Guests attending were Mrs. Russell Doud.'Mrs. Virgil Keeley and Mrs. Harry Rose Of Leland, Miss. Meeting place of Circle 5 was the home of Mrs: Elwood Deen with Mrs. Elbert Johnson as chairman. Mrs. Paul Abbott brought the devotional and Mrs.-C. C. Brock led the study. Circle VI members met at the home of Mrs. Marcus G a i n e s with Mrs. Henry Young and Mrs. John Hicky as co-hostesses Mrs. James Tully, circle chairman, presented the devotional. The study was led by Mrs.-F. E. Scott. BSP Pledges To Receive Club Ritual Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold its pledge ritual Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. David McWherter. Receiving the pledge ritual will be Mrs. Bill Capooth, Mrs. Ed Ertel, Mrs. Bill Griggs, Mrs. Thomas Jennings, Mrs. Gerald Kelly, Mrs. John Lutes and Mrs. Tony Wyatt. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. After th* meeting was called to order by Mrs. J. R. DObbs, the Thought of tile Month was given and the group wa s led in a song. Mrs. Albert Dickerson brought th* devotional entitled, "Ruth." I An eye opener was displayed I by Mrs. Yonnie Harris. . Miss Pat Cole, EH agent, showed a film on "5,000 Years of Cotton Fashion," to highlight ibe program on cotton. 'Mrs. Irene Bowers and Mrs. Dickerson were appointed to serve on a committee to have charge of work on the club- wuse. The group voted to sell various products as a club project. After th* meeting was dismissed with the club creed, re freshments were served. Mrs. J. B. DObbs won the door prize. Town and Country Extension Homeakers Club met for work shop Thursday in the Hardesty Building. Mrs. Bert Hardesty served as hostess. In absence of craft leader, Mrs. Nelson Staples, the afternoon was spent planning and discussing interior decorating the newly acquired clubhouse. The next regular meeting will be with Mrs. H. D. Jackson. Mrs. Loyd Whittaker enter tained members of Circle 7 with Mrs. Bill Hardy as chairman. After the devotional was given by Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Robert Stilss presented the study. Guests o! the circle were Mrs. Gene Brown and Mrs. Hildred Bunch. The next meeting place will be the home of Mrs. Roberl Stiles. Remember Pay Your Taper Boy Clubs Meet For Bridge Club Holiday members pltyed bridge Wednesday afternoon at the Country Club with Mrs. Hays Sullivan acting as hostess. In games, high went to Mrs. Richard Reid and Mrs. Murray Smart, Jr., placed second. Bridge winner was Mrs. Glenn Horner. Mrs. Jim Tompkins will host the club next week at the Country Club. Mercredi Club members met for a farewell luncheon Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Velton Smith. - Mrs. R. D. Samuel, Mrs. Dale Simons and Mrs Joe Fuqua were game winners. This was the last meeting of the club until fall. Newcomers Club met recently at the home of Mrs. John Kersnick. Winners in games were Mrs. Ed Gregg, Mrs. Cletus Barlow and Mrs. Peter Hughes. Next month's hostesses will be Mrs. Gregg and Mrs. Barlow. rtsehooleri along with •"Book [by the children for their pw> I S4und«" which wern m«de|«nti at the party on Monday. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •»•«.«••*•«««•«•••«•«•*•«•••«••««•••••*..*••• LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature 'CIRCUS WORLD" — John Wayne 'QUICK BEFORE IT MELTS"—George Maham Club Holds First Meeting Newcomers Gourmet Club held its first dinner meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daniels Wednesday evening. The newly formed club will have a dinner each month in members' homes. The Wednesday evening dinner carried an Italian theme with the food and table setting in the traditional Italian style. Guests were the members' husbands. Card games were played following dinner. Next month, hostess will be Mrs. Roland Fletcher with a Hawaiian luau being planned. Receives Scholarship Recipient of a four-year ROTC scholarship is William L. Campbell of 1756 N. 6th, a senior at Gosnell High School. The award is subject to medical qualification and, depending on the tuition charge at his selected college, ?4,000 to $9,000. is worth from Rebekohs Have Social Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 held heir monthly social Monday evening at the Lodge Hall. Movies were shown and games played with prizes award ed to Mrs. J. B. Cunningham, Mrs. John Shinault, Mrs. Dick Fullerton, Mrs. Delores Ward, Mrs. Grace Morphew and Mrs. Virgil Hill. Secret pals honored were Mrs. Paul Coggin and Mrs. Lois Benefield. Assorted party foods and iced drinks were served from a ta)le overlaid with a red linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of spring flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. C. S. Birmingham and Mrs. Hill. Kindergarten Has Program Kindergarten pupils Of Mrs. Ralph Nichols presented a musical program yesterday at the First Christian Church. Songs which the children hac learned during the year were sung including special songs taken from "Wizard of Oz," "Mary Poppins," "Cinderella," and "The Sound of Mvisic." Mrs. Charles Coalter is assistant teacher. Accompanisl was Mrs. Eddie Saliba. Concluding activities of t h e year will-be a party given by the teachers on Monday and a picnic at Walker Park scheduled for Wednesday. Diplomas will be presented to Cheerleaders Plan Supper Dell High School cheerleaders will sponsor a hamburger supper tonight between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Proceeds from the supper will go toward financing a trip to Jonesboro this summer where the girls will attend a cheerleading clinic at Arkansas State College. Admission is 60 cents for adults and 35 cents for children. iTTEHTIOH GRADUATES! •WRIGHT SHOES GIFT FOR YOU! ««•««•*««••*••««« J This Coupon • Wbrth ..CLIP THIS COUPON *•«•«••«««••••«••• t*<>> This Coupon I !$ 2 Thl( coupon food for 12.00 OFF Regular Price of any Style of Jaraum Shoes for Men. Limit One (1) Coupon per person. Offer expires May Jli 19M. "1ft- nan Shoes For Men.' 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I PRICESI STANLEY KRAMER "IT'S A "MAD, MAD, MAD, Man MNHISIOr !« M ' UNITED MTISIS Plus "The Truth About Spring" Hayley Millr 7:15 — 9:00 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. FRIDAY & SATURDAY JAMES \ MAUREEN STEWART \ OHARA BRIAN KEITH RARE BREED TECHHICOUHT I PANAVISIGN' A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Sun. * Mon. * Tues. * Wed. MATT HELM SHOOTS THE WORKS! He's that playboy trouble-shooter •*. wfio always \\ knocks 'em "* dead' COVING WON 10 THB BITS A THOUSAND CLOWNS - *»»•» *•»»*•. *• MADAME X - WHh Una Turner * John Forsytne PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYtE - With Elvis PresUy

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