The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1966 · Page 5
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NIBCO Sifts Employes For Future Leaders BlyfhevfTle (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, June K, MM- Paf* flirt GIVING ADVICE — Melvin Glendening, NIBCO training director, offers counseling service, as well as directnig the ,..NIBCO educational program. _____ By Sylvia Spencer Staff Writer 'We want to heip each NIBCO worker to develop, stimulate his desire to learn," explained Melvin Glendening, NIBCO training director. With this in mind NIBCO is developing a company education program in Blytheville and their four other plants in the United States. Employees can take apprentice training classes to improve their on-the-job production skills and they can train for supervisory positions or learn about self-improvement or special interests. The program is designed to reach shop employees as well as supervisory and management people. 'We don't know who among our employees is a future leader. He may he on a drill press but would make a splendid foreman or department head," Glendening stated. "Many of our top executives started on production or clerical jobs and worked their way up." In the past, formal courses on Job training have been mostly at the supervisory level, but evening classes, such as public speaking, have been open to every NIBCO employee. When ! public speaking class was offered last fall at the Elkhart plant, more than 100 employees IN AND AROUND ....... BlYTHEVILLE.... F. Gay, Sr., of Half Moon. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hardesty over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip McDonald and children of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. ,. . James Dcichman of Springfield, {tending. " ' J ' 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Assisting • Mrs. Hannaford In g et j a an( j children of Hamp- •? Kenny and Mark Hannaford celebrated their birthdays with '• party Sunday afternoon at the home of their parents, Mr. 'jnd Mrs. Blackburn Hannaford. ...:Cake, ice cream and punch ,Were served to,the 14 gueesls at- !|erving were Misses Donna Kay :and Kathy Tucker. '•• Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tucker of .Fort Sill, Okla., are visiting this 'week with his, mother, M r s. Viola Tucker, at Gosneell and brother and sister-in-law, M r. and Mrs. Carl Tucker and farn- j]y at Half Moon. ton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bond, Mrs. Donald Sanlell and daughter Cindy of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Gilmore and children of Paragould visited recently with Mrs. Sam Alford at Blytheville. Mrs. Homer Mosley of Jackson, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mrs. Walter Price of Calumet 1 Clark and children of St. Louis, Visited Tuesday with Mrs. Ethel visited recently with Mr. _and Brittain at Blytheville. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Byrum June 3 in Osceola Memorial Hospital. The couple's first child, he has been .named Michael Jerome. Mrs Mrs. Tommy ' Hemphill. They spent Sunday at Salem, Ark., visiting Leman Cambeell. Mrs. Claude Duncan and Ted and Claudia Leggett, Donna Duncan, Mrs. Leroy ^ __ ._.., Wadkins Byrum is'theformer Miss Judy I and son Henry of Half Moon Roach Grandparents are Mr. | visited in Dallas and Wichita .«nd Mrs. L: B. Byrum of Lux-j Falls, Tex., last week. . era and Mrs. Jean Connell. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yankee f Orviile Ray of Inglewood, | and family and Judge Ray of Calif., will arrive tomorrow for j Half Moon spent thee weekend a visit with his mother, Mrs. in Jonesboro with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ray, and his brother-in-! Melvin Estep. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. | Leroy Wadkins of Nashville Woodroe Alexander. I was in Blytheville recently to Mr. and Mrs. Bill White and j attend graduation exercises of family visited in Capendale, 111., '' '" '---"-- " *«-•"•— .recently with their "son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and.Mrs. Kenny White, Ben Green-of Blytheville was transferred Thursday from .Chickasawba Hospital to Wyche- niere Nursing Home in Mem- .phis. He was accompanied to : Memphis by his sister, Mrs. B. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LOUIS IVERSON RICE, DECEASED. NO. 4385 NOTICE Last known address of decedent: 1062 Holly Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: June 10, IMS The undersigned was appoint ed Administrator of the Estate of the above-named decedent on the 17th day of June, 1966. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibi them, duly verified, to the un derground within six months from the date of, the first publi cation of this Notice or the; shall be forever barred anc precluded from any benefit in the estate. This Notice first publishet 20th day of June, 1968. Donald E. Rice, Administrator c/o H. G. Partlow, Jr. Attorney at Law P. 0. Box 406 Blytheville, Arkansas 6-20, V his brother, Henry Wadkins. He also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wadkins, at Half Moon. One of the longest stretches of undeveloped beach remaining on the Atlantic seaboard has been turned into Cape Lookout National Seashore. IN THE CHANCERY COURT 'OR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN TY, ARKANSAS ALMA. JEAN JACKSON PLAINTIFF vs. No. 16799 WILLIAM S. JACKSON DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The defendant, William S Jackson, is hereby warned t( appear in this court within 3 days and answer the Complain of the plaintiff, Alma Jean Jack son, and upon his failure to d so, said Complaint will be tak en as confessed. WITNESS my hand a Clerk of the Chancery Court for tji Chickasawba District of Mis sissippi , County, Arkansas, aw the Seal of said court this 26tl day of May, 1966. GERALDINE LISTON, Cler! By Donna DiCicco, D.C. (SEAL) H. G. Partlow, Jr. Atty. for PU. 5-30 6-6, 13, AT HAYS nrolled. There were too many or one class, so the class will be repeated and those will be ad anced work for those who wish o continue. Supervisors have been en- oiled in classes on safety edu- ation, constructive discipline, ffective interviewing, leader- hip training, methods improvement, cost reduction and con- rol, on-the-job instruction meth> Dds and basic skills in commu- ication. The Blytheville plant as an eight-week communica- ons course now in progress They plan to offer a safety in (ruction course and an incen- ve and motivation course soon Glendening teaches the lasses during working hours. Employes lose no pay for at ending the sessions once a week or 12 to 16 weeks. However hey are committed to about 1% ours study time at home per week. Last week Glendening, who as his headquarters at Elk- art, was at the Blytheville ilant. He taught a special week- ong course in constructive dis- ipline. Formal classes are only a oart of the 'NIBCO education rogram. All employes are en- ouraged to take adult or ex- ension courses. For a course) which contributes to the em- ploye's job or helps him pre- jare for a better one, NIBCO will reimburse up to 75 percent of the cost of the course. Another facet of the education program is the scholarship fund ipen to the children of NIBCO mployes. Under this plan, each applicant who is accepted is granted a maximum loan of 11,000 a year. Interest charges do not start until after gradua- on. ... Glendening sums up the program: "If the plan is good for WBCO workers, it Is good for VIBCO as a whole." BONUS SPECIALS Just in time for July 4th fun ONE URGE GROUP Kept Busy In his lifetime, the average American male spends a full year telephoning, five years shaving and dressing, 20 years working, 16 years of recreation and three years of just waiting. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy A Good Selection From Our Regular Stock Of Nationally Advertised Brands In Juniors And Regular Sizes. When You Buy A Skirt Or Pants At Regular Price, You Get The Special Free Bonus Listed At Right FREE BONUS A MATCHING TOP OF EQUAL PRICE! You'll Want Several Of These! Shop Early Eor Best Selections All Sales Final No Exchanges Ho Refunds Alterations Extra EXCLUSIVE SUMMER FASHIONS BY PLAY PET m So SwishS ORATORICAL WINNER - Paula Jones, daughter of Mrs. E Jones of Blytheville won first place in the oratorical contest which was sponsored by the Arkansas State B. T. U. and Usher Board convention. Paula was awarded an all expense trip to the youth convention at Little Rock where she will on ''Generation, Where Headed," July 29. (Courier WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Kenneth Paul Flowers, Plaintiff, vs. No. 16816 Sharon Kay Flowers, Defendant. The defendant, Sharon Kay Flowers, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Kenneth Paul Flowers. Dated this 10th day of June, 1966 at 1:50 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk Leon Burrow, Attorney Dan M. Burge, Atty Ad Litem 6-13, 20, 27, 7-4 for fhe lass who <^! enjoys being a girl I JAMAICA SETS Our "Sweater Look" features waffle knit accented with puff flow*™, fringe over Whipflex Jamaica*. Our fussy look feature* "Granny" eyelet lace ruffled trim and collar with pert bow accent. Dacron/ootton. Both outfits entirely washable. Tumble dry to ahun iron. For 7 to 14 girls. jkfc 9* Stunning Shifts in curtain call colors Sophisticated shifts in a bevy of styles . : ; each enchanting ... each feminine and flattering . . . each sudsable, needing so little care; We selected the Mondrian look in Dacron/ cotton and the Fair Lady look in Chambray. You may select from our gala collection of many styles and colors for girls 3 to 6X and 7 to 14. 198 The star Miri it famous for its light changes. It expands and contracts every 130 days. 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