The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 27, 1966
Page 3
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Blythtvllle (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, May 27, 1«M- Tigt TIir«t MA MM A MCVA/C f V \r^ INI L/A 1 N L V V .j tiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit • » 1* » I ^ I ••* » 1 ^ M ™ T %^ IUIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!ll!ll!l!IH!ll!illllllllllllll!lllllll|!ll|l|||||»|||||||||!|||||||||||||||||||!|!N!|||||n^ W. M. DAVIDSON Among those from out of own attending the funeral of Bert Ashabranner last Monday vere Mr. and Mrs. Verlpn Jackon of Oak Lawn, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wycoff of Mar- naduke, Mrs. Edwin Luckemey- r of Corona, Calif., Sp. 6 and Mrs, Jesse C. Tilghman and ,on of San Antonio; Mrs. Nettie Gold»n and Leo- lard Hodges of Paragould, Mrs. Sdith Palmer and Mrs. Dora Robertson of Nettleton, Tearnest 3edwell, Jr., of Pontiac, Mich., Mrs. Thomas Kapp, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Golden and Mrs. Resie Stoklcy of St. Louis; Henry Golden of Manchester, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams ind son Ronnie of Campbell, rto., Mr. and Mrs. Ray White f Dexter, Bobby Davis of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest iolden and Mr. and Mrs. John 'eeter of Maiden; Mrs. Mamie Griffin of Dell, rtr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gamill f West Plains, Mo., Mr. and ilrs. Reed Threlkeld of Piggott, Ir. and Mrs. Carl Threlkeld of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. W. Smith. Sr. Deaton. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tate and Mr. and Mrs. Lockard Benson attended the Blytheville - Jonesboro baseball game in Blythe- Mrs. Gene Holt and daughters attended commencement ex ercises in Leachville Thursday evening. Mrs. Carl Tipton and daueh- ville Sunday, jter Carla of Blytheville were Mrs. Gerald Wallace, Mrs. L. I guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mobley, Mrs. Be.t Williams and Mrs. Joe Hutton spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff attended comencement exercises at the Leachville High School Thursday evening. Woodrow Hutton, Mrs. W. A. Thieme and Mrs. Herman Alston visited Mr. and Mrs. John Estes in Hornersville Friday. A shower honoring Mrs. Sammie Ashabranner, a recent bride, was held in the recreational hall o fFirst Methodist Church Thursday evening. Forty-two guests attended with special guests being mothers of the couple, Mrs. Raymond Craine of Lost Cane and Mrs. Haywood Ashabranner. 'aragould, Mrs. Letha and Joe ' Tne honoree was presented a mith of Hornersvile, Mrs. Ter- mith to Hornersvile, Mrs. Ter- white mum corsage. Gifts were displayed on a ta- y Bill of Memphis, Mrs. Perry b!e covered with a white linen >ixon of Dell and Mrs. Lloyd ibb of Monette. Mrs. Joe Hutton, Mrs. Bert cloth and centered with an arrangement of yellow iris. Mrs. Ruth Williams and Mrs. Veda Vassar led in games Cilliams and Mrs. Gerald Wai- _ w _ lUl P rlzes bein g awarded to ace spent last Wednesday in enton, Tenn., visiting their unt, Mrs. W. P. Jones, ad :her relatives. Manila Garden Club met May 6 at the home of Mrs. Ferrell arris at Lost Cane with 12 [embers present. Mrs. Leo Donner opened the leeting with the group repeat- g the club prayer. Miss Clola McCormick, read le minutes and gave the treas- Mrs. Gerald Wallace and Mrs. Sam Moore. An assortment of gifts were presented the honoree by Mary Jon Williams. Judy Alexander assisted in opening them and they were registered by Judy Ellis. The refreshment table was covered with a white linen cloth centered with an arrangement of pink ross. Becky Fowler served the cake and Donita Brady presided at Jack Tipton. The home of Mrs. Dewey Rice was tile scene of a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening honoring Mrs. Tommy Baker, a recent bride. Thirty guests attended. Special guests were mother of the couple, Mrs. Kenneth Short of Leachville and Mrs. Lee Baker of Manila. The honoree was presented a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. George Davis led in games arid prizes were awarded Mrs. Tommy Towles and Mrs. John Smith. Ivarena McMieiiael won the door prize. Mrs. John Smith presented the honoree with an assortment of gifts. She was assisted i n opening them by Marsha Baker. Jeanice Matthews registered them. The refreshment table was covered with a white lace cloft over gold centered with an arrangement of summer flowers. Individual cakes and punch were served. Presiding at the punch service were Janice Matthews and Marsha Baker. Co-hostesses were Mrs. John Smith Mrs Harmon Goodson and Mrs. Milton Towles. Out of town guests were from Leachville. Ann Miles, bride-elect of Roland Wells, was honored with a lingerie shower at the home of Nanci Fanner Tuesday evening. Co-hostesses were Ann Bacon, urer's report. A report was also made on the flower show. A motion was approved that the punch bowl. Mrs. Susie Ashabranner left Kay Farrell of Osceoli. Guests of Mrs. Ruth Smith during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stoner, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Lera Cole of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith, Jr., and daughter of Independence, Mo., and Marylyn Belcher of North' Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Baker and children of Trumann were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Baker. Robert Farmer returned last Friday from Formosa where he had 15 months of Air Force duty Mrs. George Farmer, spent several days last week in, St. Louis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Vanzant. Woman's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church entertained the senior class of Manila High School and the class sponsors with a tea in Fellowship Hall of the church Mowing baccalaureate services Sunday afternoon. Forming the background for r or the refreshment table were two screens covered with red roses. The table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and By J. C. TILLMAN Associated Press Writer Circuit Judge Charles .V Light is a man who believes that jury duty is an honor and a duty. But he tempers this stern belief with an understanding of human frailties. Consider the case of one prospective juror facing Light at Harrisburg: He had looked forward for four years to attending commencement exercises in Texas, where his daughter was finishing college, he told Light. Pondering the plea a moment, Light commented: "Oh, I see. You want to see how the club discontinue meetings j Sunday for Corona, Calif, for en t. during July and August. New officers were elected. Joann Redman and Lavella Pol- j ston. Seventeen centered with an arrangement of red roses. Favors were miniature graduation caps and diplomas which were made by Mrs. Betty Sam)les, secretary of campus ministry Of the WSCS. Assorted cookies, toasted nuts, mints and punch were served by Jeanice Matthews, Ann Downing and Alice Jo Mace, members of :he senior class. Mrs. Maudean Vermillion was honored with a surprise birthday party Sunday at her home. A special gift was an orchid corsage and a birthday cake. Those attending were her hus- and, Bill Vermillion; a daugh- er, Mrs. Paul Porter and son f Selma, Ala.; her father, jharlie Meacham of Manila, your investment turned out." The man was excused. Editor Esther Bindursky of the Lepanto News-Record faced Light and pleaded for time off during press days of her weekly newspaper. "I," said Light, "am like Will Rogers. All I know is what I read in the newspaper. You are excused." You always read the cute mis-definitions children of other parents give their teachers, but you never expect them from your own. Found folded away In a school satchel: —Tributary—a collection for the Door. J —Peninsula: a island that is connected by land. Hemisphere really confused her. She left it blank. But, up with the modern world, she knew about delta. That, she wrote, is "a all around the world plane." In college days, an irritating gimmick was to shout at somebody obviously hurrying somewhere and just out of earshot, "Hey, I hear 'they've changed an extended visit with her I daughter, Mrs. Edwin Luekeme- Mrs. Raymond Scott gave hints on the care of tulips, peonies and roses. Mrs. Howard Perkins closed with the reading of a prayer. The hostess served jello topped with whipped cream. Jack Tice and Dicky Jolliff left Friday for Elktpn, Ky. Mrs. Flora Johnston spent the weekend in Holly Grove visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill, j Sunday. yer. Mrs. Mamie Griffin of Dell visited Mrs. Myrtle Brown Mon- dav Mr. and Mrs. W. W: Call and son of Memphis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCullough and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer and Mrs. Dickie Jolliff and. children visited relatives in Batesville Greene County has two unique students, Charles Okem of East Nigeria and Conrado Limbawan of the Phillipines. Okem is a tall fellow with a British stands accent; five feet Limbawan tall in his shoes. Library Memorials In memory of W. E. (Mike) Buchanan — The Last Battle, Mr., Mrs. Bill Williams. In memory of J. R. (Joiinny) j s °n> — Mission with LeMay, Marr, Jr. — The Five Great | Mr -. Mrs. F. E. Black. "; Rules of Selling, Col., Mrs. Tho-1 In memory of Mrs. JoesOi Trieschman - Joyful Poems-far Children, and Charlotte's Web, Mrs. Jo Ann Trieschman Wall. In memory of Hugh Wheat — The World Book Science Annual, 1986, Mr., Mrs. Bill Williams. In memory of Baker L. mas G. Williams. In memory of J. R. (Johnny) _ , , . , Marr, Jr. — Papa Hemingway, Each is broke, but eager for Ray Worthington. Further education. Their interest In an education at the American work-study school is simple. Oken, 20, has a brother who graduated from college in the United States and s now a doctor. Limbawan's brother, also an American col- ege graduate, is a high school principal. In memory of J. R. (Johnny) Marr, Jr. — Education and the Worship of God, Mr., Mrs. Mel- viri Halsell. WALKER PARK ^ Miniature Go| Weekdays t-lt p.m. L: Sat. and Sun. MO p.m. v? Giant panda bears, despite heir gentle appearance, don't 'lourish in captivity. Only eight are known to live in zoos scat- ered around the globe — four in England, one in Russia and ;wo in Korea. HEADACHE? Get Triple Aid Relief for Pain, Fever, Headachy Tension ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN END FEAR of doctor anil hospital tills. Mutual of Omaha hospital, surgical, medical expense and income protection plan pay bis benefits fast and. the cost Is: low. Give yourself and family biff protection, new peace of mind. Call or write — Frank King, Agent P.O. Box 866 — Blytheville Phone PO 2-2000 Representing Mutual of Omaha THOSE HORRID AGE SPOTS* FADE THEM OUT •Weathered brown spots on the surface of your hands and face tell the world you're getting old—perhaps before you really are. Fade them away with new ESOTERICA, that medicated cream that breaks . up masses of pigment on the skin, makes hands look white " and young again. Equally effective on the face, necK and •' arms. Not a cover-up. Acts in the skin—not oh it Fra-' grant, greaseless base for softening, lubricating sWn as it; clears up those blemishes. At leading drug and toiletry-: counters and beauty shops. H you have these age-revialihg brown spots, blotches, or if you want dearer, lighter skin, begin using ESOTERICA today. ESOTERICA SOAP softens skin, helps clear surface blemishes. Combats drynesfc Plaza Drugs CENTER Sandra Downing of Memphis spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Rose Downing. Sunday guesls of Mrs. Downing were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Simpson and sons of Paragould. Marie and Kathy Willmuth of Memphis were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Willmuth. Georgia Lee Stuau and Mrs. Madge Brown spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Deaton of Osceola were Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hornberger were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jinks in Piggott. Mrs. J. 0. Rook spent the weekend in Pineville, La., visiting her brother, Hughey Amason. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mathis and daughter, Vicki Lynn, of Memphis were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Dora Walker. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith, Jr., and daughter of Independence, Mo., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shop Dreifus Jewelers FOR HIS Graduation Watch H* will always be on time when he weirs a longines, honored the world over for excellence and elegance. Assure him accurate, LONGINES W^o,r !<eepingbo ' hon THE WORLD'S MOST HONORED SHOWN: lefr-Gold.fHI«J,dekj!re WATCH mesh bracelet... I1M right-Automatic, Calendar, All-Proof*, sweep-second, .gpld-Wltd, bracelet...! 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