The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 24, 1966
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Page Four - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier N«w« - Tuesday, M»y M, MM — Society News — .. I* • «!.___. O/"\ O Glenna Lambert, Society Editor TOP GRADUATES - Peggy Louise Aycock (left) is vale- .dictorian and Judith Lynch Porter is salutatorian of the 1966 Blytheville High School graduating class. Graduates to be Recognized Ten honor graduates will be recognized at Blytheville High School graduation exercise Friday::evening, D. B. Me a dor, principal, announced today. Peggy Louise Aycock, daughter-of Mrs. Sarah R. Aycock, is valedictorian, and Judith Lynch Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.iR. A. Porter, is salutato- ria'm Other honor graduates who wilFbe recognized are Pamela Ann Fowler, Martha Huffman, Clemit Wallace Liles, Nancy Jane Poole, Mauri Denise Port- ei Susan Reed, Barbara Jane PEO Sisterhood Molds Luncheon JThe Country Club was the setting Friday when Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood met for a Scrape and Sherry Darlene Walters. The graduation exercise will be held in the Health and Physical Education Building with 230 seniors expected to receive diplomas. Phone PO 3-4461 Graduate Is Honored Miss Sharon Dianne Baguley, graduate - elect and daughter of Major and Mrs. Sidney Baguley, Jr., was entertained Saturday evening with a theater party followed by a dinner at The'Sullivan House in Memphis. Entertaining was her grandmother, Mrs. 0. C. Johnson, of Houston, Tex. Miss Baguley was presented witli a corsage and a gift of jewelry. She will enter the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas this fall. luncheon, flostesses were Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. E. M. Regenold. •Mrs. Robert Willis presented iBits of Newsl | i I // /I I moMy personal | llliiiiililiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiinsiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiuiiiiiiiininii Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and C. L. Smith and daughter, Miss Frances Smith, were guests Saturday afternoon at a party given in Wilson for the International Club of Memphis at which Mrs. J. K. Hampson and Mrs. Dixie Durham served as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyer were in Nashville over the week end to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Coul- Area Students To Graduate From ASC Several students from Blytheville and the surrounding area will be among the 459 candidates for degrees in commencement exercises Saturday at Arkansas State College. Coy M. Boyd of Manila, Julia Carter of Leachville and Robert W. Thompson, Jr., of Blytheville will be among the 22 receiving master of science in education degrees. icp." ;This was until fall. the final meeting the program on "Music in Mex-1 ter. The Coulters' older sons, jNate and Rob, returned home with their grandparents for a visit. Mrs. Johnny Nutt and Mrs. Arden Collier and children have 'arrived from Pontiac, Mich., to visit Mrs. Everett Collier and family. They came especially Celebrates Birthday Saturday afternoon in honor of Terry Denise Coalter at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coalter. /The honoree was nine years eld. 'Following lunch which consisted of hamburgers, chips and cold drinks, the children went to a movie. /After the movie, the guests returned to the Coa.lter home where they were served ice cream and cake. A special guest was the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Torjusen. ALAuilixiary HI as Meeting American Legion Auxiliary night with Mrs. Wilburn Van Cleve presiding in the absence of the president. Mrs. Van Cleve led the group in' the Pledge of Allegiance and Mrs. S. D. Bray led the Preamble. Invocation was given by Mrs. M. W. Lewis. Mrs. Van Cleve discussed the membership drive and announced that she will organize an American Legion Auxiliary unit in Lake City on May 2. Mrs. Ken Overman gave a financial report and also informed the members of poppy day sales to be held Saturday. Junior members and girls staters will assist in the sale. All members were urged to wear a poppy on Poppy Day. Announcement was made that the Unit will join the American Legion in holding services at the Court House lawn on Memorial Day. The department convention will be held in Little Rock on June 24, 25 and K. Delegates fofcthe convention will be appointed at the next meeting. Mrs. Leon Muliins collected funds to be sent to the Phili- pines project. Pennies for Tools and Seeds." New officers of the coming year will be installed at the June 13 meeting. The meeting closed with the benediction given by Mn. Lew- Is.- Hostesses during the social hoW wets Mrs. Van Cleve »nd Mn. Loii BenefleL i ..Van Parker, son of Dr. and Mrs. Orlie Parker, has been chosen to join three honorary scholastic organizations at the University of Arkansas. They include Cardinal XX, Phi Eta Sigma and Theta Tau Engineering fraternity. Michael Coleman of Blytheville was presented the Merch Index Chemistry Award at the Honors Day, ceremonies held recently at the University of Arkansas. HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS — Thirty-six students were elected to membership in Blytheville High School's chapter of the National Honor Society by the school's faculty. Officers are Wally Liles, president; Danny Lane, vice president; Joanne McHaney, secretary; Suann Saliba, treasurer; Sharon Bagulcy, historian, and Susan Reed, reporter. (Courier News Photo) Air Force Family Scene Mrs. Chester Smith, l£ 2-5592 Cub Scout Pack 97 met May I awarded a certificate of thanks 19 al 7-.30 in the chapel annex 1 , by the Pack for her work as a with Airman Long calling the meeting to order. The flag ceremony -was led by Den 4 after which a song was led by song leader Pat Me- Gough. Inspection was held with Sgt. Bazemore, Sgt. James Parker and Sgt. William Langley on the inspection team. The only 100 per cent Cub was Chuckie Crow of Den 7. A playlet was led by the Web- elos. Wayne Sipes,' Jr., of Wilson i R°" call was held with Den 6 winning the attendance award will receive a bachelor of arts degree. Wendell P. Chitmon, Alton Christopher, Gary J. Gibson, William R. Shelton and Terry L. Wicker, all of Blytheville, and Jerry L. Wells of Osceola will receive bachelor of science degrees. Receiving bachelor of science degrees in agriculture will be Elvis W. Morris and Ralph J. Robinson of Blytheville, Harry Cook of Dell, Sammy C. Flagg of Manila and Leon M. Swihart of Leachville. Candidates for bachelor of science in education degrees are Sarah E. Biakemore, John W. Caldwell, Jr., Larry P. Cassidy, Kaye M. Chitmon, Catherine J. Dallas, Marietta G. Jerome, Ethel Jean Elledge, Charles W. Mace, William McClanahan, Robert S. McHaffey, al of Blytheville; Linda Atkeison of Leachville, Rena D. Dean, Laura L. Kendrick, Hugh A. Pace and Trudy | Pace, all of Osceola, Sandra Jo i Rose of Burdette and Elizabeth H. Smith of Luxora. Marietta G. Jerome, and Kaye Chitmon, both of Blytheville, Linda Atkeison of Leachville, and Laura L. Kendrick of Osceola were among the 53 listed as students of distinction in the graduating class at Arkansas State. Elvis Morris of Blytheville was listed among the 15 students of special distinction at Arkansas State. Mrs. Dona Douthitt was Miss Gamble Complimented Miss Genice Gamble, bride- elect of Larry Payne, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bobby Payne. Co-hostesses were Miss Sandy Harris and Miss Paula Melvin. The refreshment table was overlaid with a, pink cloth ac- ^ ^^ ^^ ^ _ _ _ __ cented with red roses and wasj Mark charter of Den 3 who re- centered by a punch bowl. Ar- j ce j ve( j f our rangements of red roses were seen throughout the home. A special guest was Mrs. Claude Payne, mother of the prospective groom. The honoree wore a green knit sheath complemented with a white carnation corsage, a gift from the hostesses. The couple will be married May 25. den mother. The four corners was by Den 4. Advancements and awards were presented by Airman Long and Sgt. Cooke. Those inducted into the Bobcat were Mike Marro of Den 4 and William Vogle of Den 7. Wolf — Stephen Curran and Gerald Freeman of Den 3 and Phillip Hill of Den 4. Bear — Mark Marro of Den 4. Lion — Phillips Douthitt of Den 6 and Raymond Lavallee of Den 3. Webelos — Michael Adair and John Hill of Pack 3 97, Barrett Clay of Pack 4 97, and Melvin McNally of Pack 79. Gold arrow points under the Wolf rank — Stephen Curran and Gerald Freeman of Den 3. Gold arrow point under tha Lion — Raymond Lavalee of Den 3. Silver arrow points under the Wolf — Richard McGough of Den 4 received 2; Bruce Ingersol and Stephen Schrock of Den 4. Mike Cooke of Den 7 and Miss Poole Miss Poole Recipient Of Scholarships Miss Nancy Poole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Poole, has been selected as this year's winner of the Blytheville Jaycettes Scholarship Award and 'the National Association of Letter Carriers' Auxiliary Scholarship. Miss Poole is a senior at Blytheville High School where she is a member of (he Future witb Mrs. Bob Kirshner. Cohost- ess will be Mrs. Mary Kay Robbins. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union will meat at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Officer's Duplicate Bridge League will meet at 7 p.m. at Hie Officer's Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LE 2-5928. Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes will meet,. in the Jaycee Clubroom. Coming Events Tuesday Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for luncheon at 12 o'clock preceded by golf. Officers Wives Club will hold a newcomer's coffee at 10:00 a.m. IOOF Lodge will meet at the IOOF Hall at 8 p.m. NCO Wives Club will hold a social meeting at 1 in the NCO Club. Chapter 279, Order of Eastern Star, will meet at the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Business and Professional Women's Club will hold a business meeting at 7 p.m. Armorelettes EH Club will meet. Wednesday Club Holiday will meet at the Country Club with Mrs. Jim Tompkins as hostess. Down One Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. Murphy Taylor. Post 481 will meet at the Army Reserve Training Center] Homemakers, Future Teachers,, Lo(J m t gt Student Council and serves asl-~ president of the Beta Club. She plans to attend Arkansas State College in the fall. Woman's Society Holds Program Christ Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service held a regular meeting last night in the home of Mrs. Glen Lynch. After the meeting was opened with prayer led by Mrs. B. F. Gay, a program entitled, 'Dreams and Realities," was presented by Mrs. Lynch. Assisting on the program were Mrs. J. E. Groner, Mrs. C. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Mrs. Ernest Baker read the scripture lesson. During the social hour, strawberry ice cream and cookies were served by the hostess. The meeting dismissed with group prayer. Fresh coriander is usually available in Chinese and Spanish food markets. It is also called Chinese parsley and cilantro. HERMON JONES BpSINUb MEN'S . AM OXANCI 0». Aft fell for Pn» CouuiutiM innunnee foi 1*ttU> PUnal&c Key Mun 'nrtntnhlb tn oar- porttlna Ornup PenMuD lUtlrp oust tad Hmpiullmtlon Jack Hale Has Birthday Larry Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale, celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday afternoon with 16 friends attending a skating party at the Roller Drome. Winners in the skating contests were Bill Geeslin, Dave Williams, Greg Crim and Charles Afflick. Ice cream and cupcakes were served following games. FHA Installs New Officers New officers of n .isnell Future Homemakers Chapter were installed in a ceremony Friday evening, May 15. The theme of the ceremony was centered around the FHA colors of red and white Each officers was presented a red rose as she accepted the duties of office. Presentation of gifts was made to the advisor, Mrs. Peggy Hall, and chapter mothers, Mrs. Meacham and Mrs Davis. New officers are Jenny Davis, president; Shelly Finch, first vice president; Kathy Lafarlette, second vice president; Linda Moore, third vice president; Donna Meacham, secretary; Linda Gray, treasurer; Rheta Cotton, reporter; Nancy Walters, historian; Lee Presley, student council representative, and Brenda Wai! ^r, song leader. Silver arrow points under the Lion — Raymond Lavallee of Den 3. One-year service pins went to James Marsh and Carl Webster of Den 6, Stephnn Schrock, Jerry NeSmith and Mark Marro of Den 4. Denner bars were awarded to Richard McGough, denner, and Phillip Hill, assistant of Den 4; Carl Webster, denner, and Michael Hill, assistant, of Den 6; Mike Cooke, denner, and Chuck Hoffman, assistant, of Den 7. Announcements were made by Airman Long and a film entitled, "Old Glory" was shown by Airman Crow. Refreshments were served by Dens 3 and 7. Sgt. and Mrs. Gene Hewett were called to Clairmore, Okla., over the weekend to be with their son, Pat, who was injured in a car accident Friday evening, May 20. Serjeant Hewett returned to Blytheville Sunday evening. They plan to return to Clairmore May 2 to attend Pat's graduation from the military academy. Sergeant Hewett will then go to his new assignment in Viet Nam. MURRELIAS A large head of Boston lettuce and half a head of watercress will make enough greens for a tossed salad to serve eight. Richard Gilmore ROCKETS! ROCKETS! ROCKETS! Yes Sir, I have a rocket that "Ml fit your pocket. Come select rockei and terms today. your OLDS GMC TRUCKS SAM BLACK Motor Company 317 E. Main Ph. PO 2-2056 at 7 p.m. Kiwanis Club will meet at Goff Hotel at ,12:00. Great Books Club' will meet with Mrs. Chester Caldwell at 9:30 a.m. Past Noble Grand UIUD of Re- E.H.C. MEETING NOTES 7:30 p.m. Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club will meet. Clear Lake Baptist WMU will meet. Chapter D, PEO, will meet Gosnell EH Club held its regular meeting last night in the home of Mrs. Jimmy Meacham. Eight members and a guest, Miss Pat Cole, attended. After the meeting opened with a group song, roll call was answered by members telling their favorite color and how it is used in the home. Mrs. Meacham displayed eye openers of a wall plaque and a nylon net poodle. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Christine Gentry and Mrs. Charlie George gave a report on the visit to the nursing home. A leader's report on 'Fire Safety and Prevention" was heard from Mrs. Georgia Lee Curtiss. During the business meeting, members voted to. hold a grab bag sale at the next meeting. Mrs. Cole showed a film en- Find Out About titled, "Five Thousand Years of Cotton." The meeting adjourned following the EH Creed. During the social hour, the hostess served strawberry shortcake and cold drinks. The door prize was Won by- Mrs. Leon Davis. Mrs. John Larfarlette will host the next meeting on June 27. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AT SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Ncwi BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 73316 Harry W. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts BIytheviUe, Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blythevllle and towns In the Blythevllle trade territory Dally 30c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IX ADVANCE Within 50 miles ot Blythevllle S7.00 per year More than 50 mtles from Blythevllle $15.60 per year "Cowpoke" WESTERN SHOP SEE US ... For Nocona Boots, Saddles, Tuck, Grooming Supplies, & Clothing, Driftwood Arrangements Sale South of Blytheville on Hwy. 61 GYM-DANDY Play Ground Equipment • SWINGS • SLIDES • CLIMBING TOWERS • MERRY-GO- ROUND AT LAD & LASSIE EAST MAIN ST. THE CMC MAY 24, 1966 „ OF ARKANSAS'FINEST THEATERS THEATRE Vour Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA -Lost Time Today* "MADAME X" Lana Turner WED. THUR. FRI. SAT. • »•!••••—--... DEAN OF OEVILTRYlJ I MARTINI Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••••*••••••••*•••••••• -Last Time Today"DIE, DIE, MY DARLING" 'BLACK SPURS" SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY . . DOUBLE FEATURE MAD MAD WORLD — Milton Berle, Spencer Tracy TRUTH ABOUT SPRING — Hayley Mills 7:30 - 9:20 WED. & THURS. CARLOAD FOR $1.00 [JOME. UK FlNMfc AND THE MAGIC WEAVER KALAHAR mwm WED. - THURS. Double Feature OlfB! E> MY DARLING! FIRST FEATURE 7:30 SECOND FEATURE 9:20 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. MON. • TUES. • WED. MATT HELM SHOOTS THE WORKS! UMMTVKIHH .DEAN MARTIN hnniWinSOl wuwuinuv COLUMBIACOUXI • »u Km »Kti(i| COMING SOON 10 THE RITZ A THOUSAND CLOWNS - JMOII Rnbirdi. Jr. MADAME X - With Una Turner A jDlin For .vine PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE — With Elvlt Pleslay

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