The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 28, 1966
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Page T*t> - Blythevllle (Art.) Courier New» - Saturday, May M, 1M» ; — Society News — •• Glenna Lambert* Society Editor BRIDE-TO-BE Miss Cynthia Ann Edgar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H.' Edgar, and Joseph E. Vogt of Blytheville Air Force Base are planning an early July wedding. Miss Edgar To Become Bride Of Joseph E. Vogt in July •Announcement was made to- 11 day by Mr. and Mrs. James H. Edgar'. of the ' engaement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Ann, to Joseph E. Vogt. Parents of Mr. Vogt are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vogt of St. Louis. :The bride - elect is a senior at- Gosneil High School. -. The prospective bridegroom, a graduate of Corpus Christ! High School, -is now stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. • A July wedding is planned. Kindergarten Has Program •First Baptist Kindergarten field its close - of - school program Friday evening at the church. Theme of the program was "Songs and Poems for Kinder- olds p.'TtiCipat- garten." Four - year Ing were Connie Caldwell, Gaye Ann Childress, Kendall Craft, Steven Eaaon; |Bits of News tlu personal moi liiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitsiiiiBuiHiiiiiiiiriiaiii Dr. C. R. Branson and sons, Bob and Scott, and' daughter, Lynn, arrived this morning from Hobbs, N. M., to -visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S Branson, and with Mrs. C. F Tucker at Promised Land. Mrs. Jim Smotherroon Is recuperating at her home after being dismissed from' Doctor's Hospital. Butch Smotherman will return to the Universjtjr-*f Arkansas tomorrow after spending severa' days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smothermon. Arvil E. McCulley of Manila is among the 33 University o] Arkansas students wbo will be commissioned second lieutenants in the United States Army and Air Force June 4. Mary Margaret Groves,. Paige Mr. and Mrs, J. Henry Smith Hawks, Keith Kenson, Joe HOr- ner, Scott Morgan, Tina Quarles Bruce Setterberg, Cathy Williams, Rick Shelton and Mark Lansdale. Included in the five. -.year old group were Terri Carr, Mark Dillow, Jeff Gilbow, Melissa Haynes, Teresa Henderson; Brenda Hinson, Jimmy Hyde, George James, Mark Johnson, David Landers, Rusty McMahan Randy Parmenter, Sam Pittman, Kim Reams, Mike Shelr den, Timothy Slaughter; David Tawater, Kathy Taylor, Mark Wilf and Tony Wyatt. Highlights of the kindergarten program during the year were a picnic and the movie, "Bambi," which the group saw in Memphis. . •; . ... The five - year - old 'group also visited school where. they bad lunch with the students. Director of the kindergarten was Mrs. James Johnson, assisted by teachers, Mrs. Charles Hinson and Mrs. Tracy Sandow. Ever add slivered candied or syrup-preserved ginger to mayonnaise or sour-cream dressing to service with a fruit salad? Nice for & ladies lunch. and daughters Sandra and She! la of Dallas have returned home after visiting his mother, Mrs J. F. Smith, and his brother Wallace Smith, and family. Also visiting Mrs. Smith was a daughter, Mrs. Sam Sikes of Hum boult, Tenn. Mrs. Lois Estes and daughters, Mrs. Jack Burnham ant Mrs. George Turnage of Los Angeles and Mrs. Myrtle Tern pie of Kennett were guests of Mrs. Ann Maxwell Tuesday. Rebekdhs Elect Officers New officers were elected at a district meeting Monday evening of Joy Rebekah Lodge 57. Announcement was made thai the installation of officers will be held in June. After the business meeting, movies were shown and refreshments served. Corning and Tyronza Lodges were represented at the meeting. Read Courier News Classifieds MURRELIAS THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••• Lost Time Today the Silencers The Magic Weaver Sun. Mon. Tues. i WOOD Last Time Today House of Horrors The Outlaws Is Coming Sun. Mon. Tues. Phone PO 8-4461_ Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Stevens Continuing parties for Miss Mary Kay Stevens of Dell was a party Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. John Miles Miller. Co - hostesses were Mrs. E. W. Noland, Mrs. Bill Keroer, Mrs Jack Tidwell and Mrs.-Miller. Miss Stevens and her fiance, lit. Ronald Allen Robinson ol Little Rock, will be married JuneU. Approximately 60 guests called between the hours of 10 and 11:30 o'clock and were' greeted jy Mrs. Jerry Edwards. The honoree chose for the occasion an aqua blue ensemble with matching accessoreis complemented by a corsage of fleurs d'amour. A special guest was Mrs. John Stevens, the bride - elect's mother:who received a corsage of pink asters. A bouquet of pink roses, snapdragons and daisies was used on the serving table and arrangements of roses were seen throughout the living room. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Hunter Williams and Mrs Russell Greenway. -The.hostesses' gift was a silver casserole. . Cub. Boy. SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 133 sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church was entertained with a picnic Thursday evening at Walker Park. . This was the final meeting of the leAton. Awards wire maw-by Cub- master JStt kffltbrew to the fol- lowingvi ' -, ' Bobcat — Oanny -young. : Wolf - Keith DeCuir, Gregory Parrish, Bill Myers and Mike Spencer. Bear ~ Chip DeCuir. Lion.— Randy xRowland and Randy Simers. Receiving arrow points were David Greene, one silver; Terry McMulin, Randy Strickland and Mike Stone, one gold and one silver, and Mike Spencer and MiKe Kirkland, one gold. . Denner stripe* went to Walter Riner. The attendance banner was won by Den 6. Cub Scout Pack 223 held its pinewood derby at Walker Park Sunday afternoon. A picnic luncheon was served at noon followed by the presentation of awards by Cubmaster J. C. Gowen. Awards presented are as folr lows: Terry . Harshbarger, Bear badge; Rickey Birdwell and Dell Schmidt, Wolf badge; Silver arrow points to Randy Dunn and Keith McKce for Wolf rank; Tony Smith for Bear rank; Assistant denner to Mark Ertel and denner to Terry John son. Winners of the pinewood derby were Steve Gowen, first; Mark Overman, second, anc Randy Baker, third. The pack extended their appreciation to committeemen anc parents for their assistance in the derby. GIRLS' STATERS — Looking forward to the week of June 12-18, when they will be Blytheville High School 'delegates to Girls' State in Little Rock are Marilee Richardson, Emmelyn Sims, Cindy Dillahunty, Susan Griggsby, June Robinson, Melinda Guard, Ginger Harpole, and Sheila Baguley. The girls, who will be seniors next year, are sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary of Dud Cason Post 24. (Courier News Photo) GRADUATE-Cadet Jerome G. Edwards, son o! Mr. and Mrs. Jer6me 0. Edwards of Leaehville . is scheduled to graduate from the U.S. Mili.. tary. Academy at West Point, June 8. He will be commissioned, as a second lieutenant and will receive a bachelor Of science degree. 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health IIIIIIIIIIIIN'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHINIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIBIIIINII Shamrock 4-H Club met recently at the Blytheville Air Force Base Youth Center. Joni Downes, president, called file meeting to order and Gina Rigsby led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. The 4 - H Club pledge was led by Sheila Ingram. Cathy Downes led the group in a song in honor of Mrs. Slater.Jeader, who will be leaving soon for Plattsburg, N. Y. Mrs. Slater was presented gift from the club members. Refreshments of cake and cold drinks were served during the social hour. The next meeting will be held June 9. Coming Events Monday Rebekah Lodge 18 will meet at the IOOP Hall at 8 p.m Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 will meet at 2148 Edwards at 7:30 p.m Dell Baptist Woman's Missionary Society will meet. First Methodist Woman's Society executive committee will meet at the church at 1:30 p.m Explorer Post 104 will meet at First Methodist Church at 7 p.m Boy Scout Troop 104 will meet at 7:30 p.m. at First Methodist Church. .Tuesday Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for luncheon at 12 o'clock preceded by golf. Officer's Wives Club will meet for all-day games day at the club. • . IOOF Lodge will meet at 8 p.m. at the Lodge Hall. Wednesday Officer's Duplicate Bridge League will meet at 7 o'clock at the Officer's Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LE 2-5928. Post 481 will m^et at Army Reserve Training Center at 7 p.m. Kiwanis Club will meet at Goff Hotel at noon. Blytheville Garden Club will meet at the Woman's Club Building. 340th Bomb Squadron will hold .a coffee at the Officer's Club. Thursday Culbertson EH Club will meet. Town and Country EH Club will meet. Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes for regular bridge games. Base Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. at Kingslcy Hall. " Altrusa Club will hold a meeting of the executive board at 7 p.m. Silver Spurs Saddle Club will meet at 8 p.m at the REA of First Baptist Church meet for covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Dell EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. Building. Friday You can stretch that chile con carne and give it an interesting garnish, too, by sprinkling the meat-and-bean • mixture with chopped hard-cooked egg. Use an egg for each serving and coarsley chop it. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER ' " " ' 87 Mis. Buddj Howard attention centers it the shrine of the Unknown Soldier's tomb in Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day. Sentimentalist or not, if you ever saw or see the traditional service, you would have or see moist eyes, quivering lip's, a tightening of the throat in reverent silence. And, with •humility before God, to it should be. The story behind the .story of the Unknown Soldier is drama without equal on any stage. The drama starts first : wlth New York Congressman Hamilton Fish introducing * House Joint Resolution to have an unidentified, killed In action American Soldier returned from France for reinter- ment at Arlington. The drama continues with Admiral Dewey'i famous Flagihip "Qlympla" commissioned to re' turn the body to America with Marine Corp escort. In story book manner, the drama relates the care with which anonymity was made certain of: how the selection was made; how tn ordinary American, a Chicago orphan, as a Sergeant in France wag chosen and ordered to walk into a room and place •'.a bouquet of roses on one of four unidentified caskets; how Berte'ant Younker placed the bouquet and thus made * MUctlon which h* later described as God's choice. '••The tomb of the Unknown Soldier Is more than a symbol of sentiment. It Iran American voice which gives thanks •to th« glory 'Of Ood that we as Americans, can and do re- sptct tin honor and memory of our departed onti, soldiers • and civilians alike . . . MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOMt, BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild will meet at the chapel annex. National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet. Deborah Sunday School class *••••••••••••••••••••* E.H.C MEETING NOTES Flat Lake EH Club conducted a white elephant sale at their luncheon meeting Thursday at the clubhouse. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Donner and Mrs. C. T. Davis. Mrs. Raymond Zachry brought the devotional. Miss Pat Cole, EH agent, showed a film entitled, "Five Thousand Years of Cotton," after which a leader's report on "Human Relations" was given by Mrs. 0. J. Rodgers. Mrs. C. M. Abbott won the| door prize. i Guests attending were Mrs. | Randall Hawks and Miss Denise' Donner. Eye openers displayed were antique novelty boxes and novelty pin cushions. this' Court within thirty dayi and answer the coinolaint of the plaintiff, Vernicc Odle, and upon hi; failure to do so, said complaint' will be taken as confessed. WITNESS riy 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 L1STON, Clerk • By Betty Coats, D.C. REID, BURGE & PREVALLET Attorneys for Plaintiff LEON BURROW Attorney ad litem 5-14, 21, 28, 8-3 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 Baptist Church Blytheville, Ark. Sunday, May 21 MORNING WORSHIP 10:50 EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 .Rev. A. B. Carpei.fer Pastor Golden Age Club Meets Mrs. Callie Cole was hostess Thursday to members of Golden Age Club. Eleven members attended. | Mrs. Emily Conley presided over the meeting which was opened by prayer. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The group was entertained with songs and several readings by members. The next meeting will be June 9 at the nursing home. After .the meeting dismissed with the theme song, the hostess served refreshments. Saved Steps Stop Scowls Ease daily tension by organizing routine activities. The woman who collects all of her housecleaning materials saves steps to other rooms that interrupt her work. There is nothing more irritating than to be in the middle of a recipe and have to hunt for a missing condiment Such a frustration helps put scowl marks in a harried housewife's face. Give Skin Chance to Breathe A woman who specializes in facial exercises for movie actors and actresses urges women to use less make-up. "Give your skin a chance t n breathe," says Joyce Lee. She also points out that too heavy application of foundation and powder emphasizes deep wrinkles. Relief From pry Scalp Excessive, drying heat in the home, coupled with hair kept under a warm hat or scarf, tends to cause dry scalp problems during winter. The hair may look dull and listless. To restore it to a healthful, shining appearance, use a cream conditioner following each shampoo. BILL OF FARE Sunday, May 29th ENTREES Lump Crab Newbury W/Sherry Roast Long Island Duck Hungarian Style Pork Chops Broiled Chicken Almondine Boneless Breast of Chicken Epecurian W/Sauce Supreme Served with Appetizer, Salad, Vegetables, Drink & Dessert We Speeia/fre In Fin* Steaks • Sea Foods - Prime Rib Phone PO 3-8168 For Reservations Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ,1020 S, Division ,. , . , PO 3-8168 Blythevilles Newest and Finest , Restaurant SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••i LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature SANDS OF KALAHARI — Stuart Whitman VON RYAN'S EXPRESS — Frank Sinatra SUN. • MON. • TUES. ATTRACTION OF W.TIME sncuinnuipncQ! Color by Orijm. STARTS AT 7:30 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. •••••••••••••••••••••«••••••••••»••••••••*••• LAST TIME TODAY HEROES OF TELE MARK — Kirk Douglas and Richard Harm Sun. -Mon. - Tues. - Weds. MADAME X - WHb Uiw Tnnrar * John Fonjth* PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE - With Elvl. Frail*} COHING SOON 1O THE MI'S

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