The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 30, 1966
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?•;;•• : ' •. ••-• • • ' • • • • .-. •• •-, . Page Four - Blyihtvffl* (Art.) Courter News - MonJiy. Mty », MM _' '3^ •' ; — Society News — ICflenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Winners of Awards, Scholarships Listed the presentation of various awards and scholarships was made by D. B. Meador, princi- nal,: at the annual awards assembly at Blylheville High Scjifal. . . Recipents of Egyptian Art and. Music Camp Scholarships in-June ware as follows: kjwanis Club Music ^Scholarship's—Susan Kay Callihan and George Hubbard 111. Lions Club -Music -Scholarship —Ronald Louis Wilson. Orpheus Music' Club Music Music Scholarships-Terry Lee Henson. Wpman's Club Music Scholar- shiftfjohnnie Fay Bunch.. Woman's Club Band Scholarship— Stephan Elwood Deen. Woman's Club Art Scholarship —Becky Dee Wallers. ' Forrest : City District of Federated Woman's Clubs Art Scholarship — Brenda Bunn. Joyce Scholarship grants for college training to graduates from lofcal'organizations were: Jimmy Wayne Connell and Susan Reed, Oct.; Frederick Wilson Edwards and Sandra Kay Berry, Nov.; Clemit Wallace Liles, Jr. and Linda Lou Lipscomb, Pec.; Virgil Daniel Keeley, Jr., and Celia Jean Watson, Jan.; Charles Wesley Plunkett and Mary Elizabeth Brown, Feb.; William Douglas White and Julia Ann Swain, March; . Larry Bruce Bateman and Judith Lynch Porter, April: Walter Lee Hampton and Martha Huffman, May. Citizens of the Year were Douglas Mark Smith and Susan Reed. Latin Achievement Awards citations in the Caesar Contest of the Latin Tournament in Mid- South Division at Memphis State University were awarded to the following: Certificate of Merit—George G. Hubbard III. Honorable Mention—Patricia .Ann Salmons, Brenda Joyce I Bunn, William H. Fisher, Deb- jAltrusa Girl of the Year Scho-j or g h Lyn n Rowland, Charlotte ' ' ' Bowen, Johnnie Fay Bunch and laphip Award: Martha Huffman.' Ladies Auxiliary of the National Association of Letter Carriers s Educational Award—Nancy. Jane Pople. Beta Sigma Phi Educational Grant—Sandra Kay Berry. ^Business ant'. Professional Women's 'Club Scholarship—Mer- ri.bee Dodson. ilaycettes' Scholarship Award -;Nancy Jane Poole. Dud Cason Unit of American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship Award—Martha Ann Burks. JKiwanis Club Educational Grant-Phillip Clayton Wade. 'American Legion Educational Fluid, Dud Cason Post 24—Sherry Darlene Walters. Woman's Club 'Scholarship— Patsy Karen Priest. Zeta Chapter of Delta. Kappa Gamma, Luna Wilhelm Mem- or'iatScholarship—Charlotte Ann Tolley. Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, Mrs. C. L. Moore Teacher Training Scholarship—Linda Kay Cockrell. -. •- ' i Beta Sigma Phi Arizona Norman Memorial Scholarship- Peggy Louise Aycock. Blytheville Air Force Base Officers Wives Scholarship — Mauri Denise Porter. National Foundation - March of Dimes Health Carers Award —Suann Saliba. Scholarship grants from colleges and universities for academic, athletic and special talents - .aptitudes and achieve- Robert Taylor Elliott. Distinguished Certificate of Award — Patricia Ann Thorn, Louis Herman Katz, Corlea Jeanne Sims, Donna Patricia Webb, Lilli Ann Dann, Alice Margo Coppedge and James Wallace Boren. Winners in the Latin' contest were Susan Ann Geiser and Robert Alton Porter, Jr., first; Patrick Shirley, second, and Neoiria Ruth Bargett, third. Blytheville Courier News Latin Achievement Award—Susan Ann Geiser and Robert Alton Porter, Jr. Winners of the Distributive Education Clubs of America arid Vocational Clubs of America state convention contests in Little Rock were: Third place in Window Display of DECA contest—Steve Creighton Lewis. Second Place in Nursing of VICA contest—Carla Ann Gal- latly. Second Place in Showcard- Writing of DECA contest — James Charles Brown. First Place in Showcard Writing of DECA contest — James Ross Branscum. Sophomore Choir Achievement Award—Terry Sue Henson and Kenneth Ray Gipson. Junior Senior Choir Achievement Award—Linda Marie Austin and Peter Keith Shirley. Outstanding members of sophomore choir—Jane Ellen Frank. Outstanding member of junior senior choir — Clemit Wallace Liles, Jr. All-State Choir - George G. Hubbard III. Other awards were: Rockie Smith Senior Dance Award—Mary Elizabeth Brown, Patricia Lyn Burks, Carolyn Sue Johnson and Paula Suzette Turner i Danforth Foundation "I Dare You" • Leadership Awards ••—• Douglas Mark Smith and Martha Huffman. Betty Crocker Search for the Future Homemaker of Tomorrow BHS Award—Peggy Louise Aycock. Crisco Awara tor Outstanding Student in Home Economics — Julia Ann Swain. Dekalb Agriculture Accomplishment Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Leadership and Supervised Programs in Agriculture—Gary Wayne Walker. 'Key Club Service Award •— Robert Benjamin Henderson. Clara P. Martin Altrusa Club Service Award — Julia Ann Swain. The Arrow—BHS School Paper Best Staffer Award — _Jack William Wagnon. " -- BRIDE-ELECT -Miss Mary Joyce Odom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Odom, and A1C Basil Edward Arthur, Jr., will be married Saturday in Immaculate Conception Church, Miss Odom To Become Bride of A1C Basil Edward Arthur^ Jr. Miss Mary Joyce Odom and| Rev. Joseph Doyle will per- A1C Basil Edward Arthur, Jr., both of Blytheville, will be married Saturday, June 4, in Immaculate Conception Church. Announcement of the engagement was made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Odom, of Blytheville, Airman Arthur is the son of Mr. and Mrs-. Basil Edward Arthur of Webster Springs, W. Va. Duplicate Winners Told Results of Saturday's bridge games played by D u p 1 i c a t e Bridge League have been an- Thespian Speech for Use ners nounced. Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune were first place win- The following were presented majorette and band awards: District clinic band placement on competitive basis—Mitchell George Saliba, Nellie May Adams, Suann Saliba, Gary De- ments to graduates were: Pastor's Scholarship to Sou-i urn. them Baptist College in Walnut Ridge—Mary Ann Hart. Wayne Robertson, Michael Earl Davis and Gregory Allen Ketch- Award—Marilee Richardson and Haskel Earl Blankenship. Best Actor and Actress for Role in Bye Bye Birdie—Robert Benjamin Henderson and Martha Huffman. BHS Key Club Oratorical Contest Winner — Jerry Wayne Fletcher. Oscar Fendler Public Speaking Award—Martha Huffman. BHS Mathematics Achievement Award—Pamela Ann Fowler and Clemit Wallace Liles, Jr. Distributive Education Clubs of America Achievement Award —Leona Jewel Burks. Future Business Leaders of America Bookkeeping Award- Nancy Jane Poole. Dr. Gregg Memorial Award for Excellence in Gregg Shorthand—Patsy Karen Priest. Future Business Leaders Typewriting Award—Susan Ann Sellers. . • • ' Clarence E. Johnson Commercial Education Departmental form the ceremony. Others included second, Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. J. R. Stevenson; third, Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. W. Afflick and fourth, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Master point games will be played Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon at Shamrock Lanes. Robert Alan Shaver. National Merit Scholarship Program Certificate of Merit for Distinguished Performance as finalist in the National .Merit i Scholarship Program — Martha Huffman. , • -Chapter -N, -PEG Educational Award of .$100 for Senior Girl for highest scholastic achievement for four years in high school—Peggy Louise Aycock. Salutatori'an — Judith Lynch Porter. Valedictorian—Peggy Louise Aycock. . . Miss Halsell Compliments Hostesses Mrs. Melvin Halsell and daughter, Miss Diane Halsell, entertained with a hostess party Saturday morning in their home The bride-elect greeted guests wearing a lime and fushia cotton ensemble with matching ac cssories. Party foods were served o the sun porch from a glass to table centered with a hurr cane lamp accented with green ery and white flowers. Roses, snapdragons and swee peas were used in decoratin tile entertaining rooms wher wedding gifts were displayed. Miss Halsell and Richarc Ritchey will be married Thursday evening at 7 o'clock in First Baptist Church. Party Honors Recent Bride The home of Mrs. Robert L. Frame was the setting of a bridal shower Saturday evening honoring Mrs. Joe Lee Burns, the former Miss Mary Donnelly. Co-hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Jack Vowell, Mrs. Leroy Ross, Mrs. L. J. Zelier and Mrs. Alvin Lane. Mrs. Burns chose for the occasion a baby blue sheath with matching accessories. She received a pink carnation corsage from her hostesses. Special guests were Mrs. Leon Burns, mother of the groom, and Mrs. Hattie Ruttledge, the groom's grandmother, who also received pink carnation corsages. The serving table, overlaid with a hand - crocheted cloth, held an arrangement of pink carnations in a crystal bowl. Other arrangements used throughout the home were ofi sweet peas and mixed roses. Presiding at the punch bowl was Miss Nancy Farmer, who was presented a corsage by the hostesses. The hostesses' gift w a s an electric mixer. Be u Individualist Why not be the young individualist in your crowd. Team "scivy" shirts In neon itrlpet »r solids with duck and linen pants. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. MOM. •TUBS. SPECIAL NNUI fllff!! Color by IM.UI STARTS AT 7:30 Principal's Scholarship to Southern Baptist College in Walnut Ridge—Shirley Ann Calvin. Arkansas State College General academic scholarships—Peggy Louise Aycock, Sandra Kay Berry, Pamela Ann Fowler, Dennis Bolt Hill, Clemit Wallace Liles, Jr., Nancy Jane Solo and ensemble first ^Achievement Award-Kathy Nell vision medals in State of Arkan- Beard - sas Band Contest — Mitchell George Saliba, Charles Wesley Plunkett, Paul Goetz, Michael Earl Davis, Roger Oldham and David Fisher. All-State Band (First Band)Nellie May Adams. First place medal at District Band Contest—Lana Sue Ander- Guard's Jewelry Spanish Achievement Award — Peggy Louice Aycock. BHS Spanish Club Achievement Award — Sharon Dianne Poole, Judith Lynch Porter,, Unda Lou Li mb and Susan Reed, Barbara Jane Scrape. Arkansas State College Band Scholarship — Mitchell George Saliba. Arkansas State College athletic assistance scholarship grant —Larry Bruce'Bateman. Southeast Missouri State College athletic assistance scholarship grant—Douglas Mark Smith. . University of Mississippi Summer Music Drama Workshop Scholarship for June, July — Cathy Lynn Hollingsworth. College of the Ozarks Honor Scholarship, Clarksville—Donna Kay Quinton. Mississippi Slate University regional scholarship — Jack Thomas Hale, Jr. Citizens of the month were recognized as follows: Douglas Mark Smith and Martha Jane Ellis, Sept; Marilee Richardson. Best strutter trophy at Jacksonville, Ark., Twirling Contest —Judith Ann Davis. Runnerup to advanced twirler at Arkansas.State Twirling Clinic—Marilee Richardson. at Ark. State summer twirling clinic—Mary Elizabeth Brown, Judith 'Ann Davis, Linda Lou Lipscomb, Paula Suzette Turn- Science Achievement Award—Clemit Wallace Liles, Jr. and John .Richard Lowe. Woodmen of World American History Award — Stephen Elwood been and John Allen Lee. DAR American History Award —Emmalyn Sims. Charlevoix Chapter, DAR Good Citizenship Award — Julia Ann Swain. Max B. Reid Memorial Sen- Winning majorette ensemble j or English Award-Peggy Louise Aycock. General Federation of Woman's Clubs High School Hallmark Art Talent Contest—State er, Mary Lou Osborne and Mar- ] Winner - Carolyn Sue Johnson. - -- - • Certificate Commemorating Finalist of 17th International ilee Richardson. Award of a place in Ark. State College band majorette ensemble for 1966-67 on the basis of statewide competition—Linda Lou Lipscomb. Third place state land trophy Science Fair—Robert Alan Shaver. . American Institute of Mining, Mettalurgical and Petroleum Award of Excellence in Field of NOTICE Enjoy Th« Advantage of the Powerful New 2'/ Z H. f. Vacuum CENTRAL CLEANING SYSTEM Mad, by "Black and D*ck*r" Built Into Your Present Home CALL: HENRY WOODS Science Fair International — at -Ark-, State College Contest j Earth Sciences^ at National presented to Benny Henderson. First place Marching Band Trophy at Osceola. Christmas Parade presented to Van Ender- Coming Events Tuesday Women golfers of Blytheville Church Group Entertained The Junior Fellowship of Firs Methodist Church was enter tained Thursday night with a hayride and weiner roast. Approimately 70 juniors en joyed a picnic supper of ho dogs, potato chips, cold drinks and ice cream In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Don Peterson an< Mrs. James Ross. Others assisting were Mr. am Mrs. Norval Kv n e p p e r, Mrs James C. Guard, Don Peterson and Mrs. Richard Rose. 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 ( p.m. at the Lodge hall. MURRELIAS THEATRE Drive-in Theatre your F riend/y Theatn * Mile So - Hwy - 61 OSCEOLA Man. Tues. OSCEOLA Man. Tues. NATALIE WOOD * *" mm* DAISY ! 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Mr. and Mrs. Lawshe were in St. Petersburg to attend the graduation. • Mr. and Mrs. George Connell of Harrison, former teachers at Blytheville High School,' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson last night.- Mr. and Mrs, R. A. .Friend of Atlanta are parents of a son, John Cory, born May 10. The couple have three other sons and two daughters. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Henry; of Canton, Miss. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. *•••••••••• Look for Ont of That Symbols in Rcftrtnct to Each Pictiirt AT RITZ THEATRE MON. - TUES. - WED. "WILDLY COMIC! YOU SHOULD CERTAINLY SEE IT!" -N.Y. lints COMING SOON IO THE RITZ MADAME X — With Lana Turner & John Forsj-the FARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE — With Elvis Prcslay [LOOK! 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