The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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fig* Four - Blythevflle (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday. June «, 1M» _ — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phon« PO 34461 Mrs. Spaeth AL Auxiliary Elects Officers Mrs. E. B. Spaeth is the newly ejected president of American Legion Auxiliary. Other officers serving with her during the coming year will be Mrs. S. D. Bray, first vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Overman, second vice president; ; "Miss Brenda Ferguson, secretary; Mrs. Dennis Carmon ; treasurer; Mrs. Tyson Clanton historian; 'Mrs. M. W. Lewis, chaplain and Mrs. Francis Woods, geant - at - arms. ser- tlocal Members Install AL ficers Mrs. Madelyrine Van Cleve, fifth district president of American Legion Auxiliary, installed officers at the Carpenter - Williams, Post 240, American Legion Auxiliary Unit Tuesday evening. •iiMrs. Van Cleve was assisted by' Mrs. Dennis Carmon, local unit president, and Mrs. Kenneth Mullins, past president. -New officers are Mrs. Made- 1 fine - Neuton, president; Mrs. Lucy Barrow, vice president; Mrs. Shirley DeSpain, secretary; "•'Mrs. Georgia Hagganmacher, treasurer; Mrs. Lavelle Alumbaugh, chaplain; Beatrice Nolan, historian, and Mrs. Juanita Shores, sergeant at arms. : ;,The unit, composed of V\rs. McAdams . Hosts Esther Ilass Meeting A monthly meeting of Esther Olass of Calvary Baptist Church vas held Tuesday evening at the lome of Mrs. Louella McAdams. Mrs. Jean Lowe, class president, had charge of the business session. Opening prayer was led by Opal Ayers, who also brought the devotional on "Love and friendship." Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Joe Brooks. Cake and iced drinks were served by the hostess during the social hour. Six members attended. Mrs. Hay Hosts Circle The home o£ Mrs. Mack Hay was the meeting place of Mildred Matthew Circle of Trinity Baptist Church this week. Guests attending were Mrs. Curtis Freeman and Mrs. Gerald Synder. After the business session was conducted by Mrs. Hay, Mrs. Bob Butler led the call to prayer. The program, "Family Witnessing in the Community," was presented by Mrs. Hay, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Solon Lott and Mrs. Billy Hyde. After dismissal prayer was I iMMii^^ 5= Bits of News mostly fifrional j Mrs. Carl Barnhill and daughter Ann Carol of Paragould were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Harris and daughter Ruth ilia, Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Hall, Tenn., and their granddaughter, Mrs. Pete Barker, and children of Jackson, Tenn., were guests of Mr. Wright's sister, Mrs. Lillie Sisk, Tuesday. They came especially to visit Mr. Wright's brother, George Wright led by Mrs. Freeman, the hostess served refreshments. 13 , members, was the second to be organized 'year. in the district this Charles Abel Speaker At Guild Meet ing Charles Abel, coordinator of Distributive Education at Blytheville High School, was guest speaker when Wesleyan Service Guild held a business and program meeting Monday evening. Mr. Abel discussed "Automation and Leisure." -Miss Mary Hubler, program chairman, brought the devotional. • ' ' A new member, Mrs. Jerry Beam, and guests, Mrs. Carl Barnhill of Paragould. and Mrs. Lillian Frank, were welcomed by the group. Hostesses during the social hour were Mrs. Thomas Ivy, Mrs. Ralph Berryman and Miss Annie Lou Lovett. NEW PRESIDENT - Mrs. Dennis Cannon was installed as president of Business and Professional Women's Club at a dinner meeting last Monday. Outgoing president was Mrs. Sam Godwin. Dell WMS Has Program Dell Baptist Woman's Mission, ary Society met Monday at the home of Mrs. J. T. Tate. • Following group songs, Mrs. J. T. Tate led in opening prayer and a short business session was conducted by Mrs. Ed Hardin. Call to prayer leader was Mrs Carl Lee Russell. The program, "My Family Witnessing in the Community was presented by Mrs. Doyle Houston, Mrs. Clinton Smith Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. J. C. Smith and Mrs. E. H. Pruitt. After dismissal prayer, meeting adjourned. who is a Hospital. Richard made the Air F Force y Scene m i Mrs. Chester Smith, LE 2-5592 Blytheville AFB softball team got underway Saturday in the 111. gui uuueiway oaiuiuo; m «"> first game of the season playing Mrs. Thomas Via, Mrs. patient in Doctor's O'Neal Jones has dean's list for the spring semester at Oklahoma State University. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Jones. Richard Wyatt of Blythevillej is among eight students in the University of Arkansas' College of Business Administration who earned perfect mark during the spring semester. Others,listed on the honor roll during the spring semester were Peggye June Jarrett and Tann- da Langston. Van Parker of Blytheville was listed on the spring semester honor roll at the University of Arkansas, College of Engineering. Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Still II .will arrive tomorrow from Little Rock to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still. a team from Caraway. The next game will be Saturday at 6:30 against the MMS Squadron. Girls on the team are Betty Moore, Mary Ellen Ervin, Jane Byerly, Jane Fish, Virginia Stoll; . Betty Davis, Mercey Tail, Ann Davis, Mary Glover, Jill Elston; Bessie Joe Samuels, Vera Wittenbrink, Joy Witlenbrink, Irma Mann; man Shields, Mrs. Donnie Wright and Mrs. Chester Smith attended a gospel quartet singing Saturday evening at auditorium in Memphis. Elli Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas Best have returned from a vacation in LaJunta, Colo., where they visited Sgt. Best's father. Word was received last week of the death of Dr. A. W. Matera the Mrs. Muir Honored On 90th,Birthday Mrs. Lenore Muir of Caruthersville and Mrs. Virginia Capps of -Evansville, Ind., entertained with an open house for their mother, Mrs. M. B. Crider, Wednesday, in honor of her 90th birthday at her home in Caruthersville. . The house was decorated with flower arrangements, many of which were gifts to Mrs..Crider. Yellow roses, her favorite flower predominated. First Baptist WMS Circles Hold Meetings "Witnessing in the Community" was the program topic presented at circle meetings Monday of Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church. Mrs. R. 0 Belknap was hostess to seven members of Circle I at her home. Call to prayer was led by Dr. Edna Nies and the program was presented by Mrs. Quincy, Alexander, Mrs. Raymond Zachry, Dr. Nies and Mrs. C. L". Evans Mrs. Hays Sullivan led in dis missal prayer:: SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ((••«••••*•«*»•»••••»••»••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature DO NOT DISTURB — Doris Day & Rod Taylor RICE GIRL — lisa Martinelli The dining table, covered with a lace clo&, was centered with an arrangement of magnolias and a birthday cake and crystal punch service at either end. Cookies, nuts and mints were served by Mrs. Denver Pike. One of the highlights of the day was the gift of a miniature telephone from her grandson, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7:30 Bed take on anyone, at anything, anytime Double Feature 9:20 ONCE IT WAS TOP-SECRET! Come by 10 PM on Situidij Night, »n4 you c*n always we AU, 'of Ihe last feature. The re»t of the week conw by 9:30, and you can •ee ALL of the last feature. Circle II met with Mrs. Jerry Nail with seven members sent. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer led call to prayer and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt had charge of the program Closing prayer was given by Mrs. Roland Davis. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, Mrs. D. L. Boyd and Mrs. W. J. Forrest had charge of the program when Circle III assembled at the home of Mrs. Forrest. Prayer was led by Mrs. Billy Bowen. The group dismissed with I ved as flight surgeon before leaving the Air Force. Sgt. and Mrs. Velton Smith and sons left this week for their new assignment AFB, La. at Barksdale Mae Darst, Jean Pacee, Millie which resulted from a private Bland, Gladys Malloy; , plane crash between Kansas and Rose Cade, Aura Long, Grit]Oklahoma. Witt and coach, Nita Parks. I Dr. Matera was a captain j stationed at Blytheville and ser ?7th Field Maintenance Squadron Wives will meet Monday evening, at 7:30 p.m. in the 97th FM Barrack Day Room. All Squadron wives are invited to attend. Sgt. and Mrs. Russell Whitner and children Toni and Paul have just returned from a vacation in Pennsylvania where they visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Copak and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Weatherholtz. Sgt. Whitmer was pleased to Hear the news of being promoted to master sergeant when they returned to Blytheville. Hospital personnel and their dependents enjoyed a picnic Saturday at the base picnic area. Rebekahs Entertained With Social Approximately 29 members and guests were entertained at the social meeting of Rebkah Lodge 18 Monday evening. After the flag ceremony, the group was led in the Pledge of Allegiance by Miss Lou Ann Hancock. Invocation was given Special guests were Sgt. and by Mrs. Gerald Hancock. Mrs. Billy Vaughn of Scott, AFB WINS SCHOLARSHIP Miss Gwendolyn Sue Laster, a recent graduate of Blytheville High School, has been awarded an academic scholarship to Blue Mountain College in Blue Mountain, Miss. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Laster, former residents, who are now residing in Pontotoc, Miss. The lodge hall was decoratec with an arch of greenery and red roses flanked by floor baskets of summer flowers and candelabra. Participating on the program were Mrs. James Oxford, Mrs Cora Stone, Mrs. Ruby Brent Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Mrs. Lloyt Cates, Mrs. Gerald Hancock Miss Lou Ann Hancock, Mrs Garnet Goff, Mrs. Harvey Bald ridge, Mrs. Everett Tilley, Mrs. Burlie Anderson and Mrs. Marie McClanahan. Cake and punch were served by .Mrs. Oxford and Mrs. Goff. Others assisting' were Mrs, Helen Estes,.Mrs. iola Oakley snd Mrs. Johnson. Attending as candidates were Mrs. Leona' Mullins and Mrs. Herbert Batey. The next meeting will be an Hawaiian luau. ^^p.. u ..v, .,«.., ..~. 6 .u,.u UU .,, ,j.| ]p g rou p dismissed witn Joe Muir of New York City, who; prayer ] e( j by Mrs. Outlaw. Four A new member, Mrs. George flew here for the occasion. She members attended. Severs, attended the meeting of was born the year the telephone was invented. Mrs. Crider's family consists of Mrs. Muir, with whom she makes her home, Mrs. Capps and a grandson, Joe Muir. She was born in Caruthersville on June 15, 1876, the daughter of Kie late Mr. and Mrs. James White Faris, was a member of the first graduating class of Caruthersville High School in 1897. Mrs. Crider attended Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., Sy- nodical at Fulton, Mo., and Hardin College in Mexico. She married Dr. Joseph G. Crider of Caruthersville in 1901. Mrs. Crider was recently honored by Carulhersville Chapter 465, Order of Eastern Star, when they had "M. B. Crider Night," She is one of the oldest members of the chapter, having been initiated into, the Hayti Chapter 50 years ago and becoming affiliated with the Caruthersville members attended. Six members attended the meeting of Circle IV at the home of Mrs. Russell Marr. Prayers were given by Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer followed by the program with Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Garrott Abbott in charge. Mrs. Max Hill dismissed the meeting with prayer. Circle V met with Mrs. A. R, Peek with nine members in attendance. Mrs. Kendall Berry served as program chairman. She was assisted by Mrs. Jerry Hodge and Circle IX at the home of Mrs. Ronald Rexroad. Call to prayer was given by Mrs. James Parker. Mrs. Pat Sullivan served as program leader. Mrs. Paul Westbrook dismissed the meeting with prayer. chapter in 1939. The chapter presented her witb a china coffee pot bearing the Eastern Star emblem. You Are Invited To Attend A GOSPEL MEETING June 26 through July 3 Each Evening At 7:30 Sunday 9:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Preaching by Edgar Dye el Orange, Ctlifotnit EASTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 300 N. Ruddle Read Blytheville, Ark. Mrs. Lillie Johnson. Closing prayer was led Mrs. E. E. Alexander. by more facial color. blush-ons to contour eheeii*. Stark white of wedding gown i. hairstyle simple and feminine; wedding gown and bo* quet the same. Some cooks like to add a teaspoon of lemon juice to raspberry, flavored gelatin (four- serving size) when they are making up the gelatin with water as the package directs. As for topping for apple pie, you can melt processed Cheddar cheese in a little milk. Serve this topping hot. The pie will probably also benefit from being served hot. PRIVILEGES »lnnnBI«D at SECOND CLASS MAIL BIjtheTlUe Courier N«n BLYTHEVIU.I. ABK. Of • 1231C Out; W Bilaci, Px 3rd at Wilaot Stt BlythertUt. Ark. Published dull; except iuO«l«I Second class pMtwt pud at Kj- thevllle. Ark. HOME DEUVEBt fUTKS In Blyth««lu» >ad tows* la «ht BlytlMTlUt ttadt territory ' : Dally . 30o '°M *Mk BY MAIL RATABLE IN ADVANCE WltblB 50 miles of BlrthiTlllt 17.00 pei rest . • bfor* tbfca 50 miles from Vljth«vlU* il5.80 m; »•*! Coming Eventi Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes will meet j in the Jaycee Clubroom. | Golden Age Club will meet Junior members of Dud Cason Unit, AL Auxiliary will meet 7 p.m., Little Hut. Duplicate Bridge League meet j at Shamrock Lanes. , Lutheran Women's Missionary League will hold a Christian Growth meeting in educational building, 9:30 a.m. 97th CDS Wives will meet at 1 p.m. coffee at Service Club. Friday 65th Munitions Maintenance Squadron Wives will meet at Kingley Hall, 1 p.m. Now Open!! Ole Tom's CURB MARKET Vine Ripe Tomatoes Beans - Peas - Squash Okra - Corn - Cucumbers Peppers, Etc. Harvested Daily THE Red Barn S. Hwy. 61 The home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons was the meeting place of Circle VI members. Five members were led in call to prayer by Mrs. J. W. Rayder. The program and closing prayer were led by Mrs. Ted Brown. Eight members were present for the meeting of Circle VII with Mrs. Max Logan. After prayers were led by Mrs. Hoyt Brown and Mrs. M. W. Lewis, Mrs. Frank Huffman gave the program. Mrs. Logan dismissed the meeting with prayer. A guest, Mrs. Orville Hamilton, was welcomed when Circle V11I met with Mrs, Bob Counterman. Six members attended. Mrs. Byron Moore led call to prayer and Mrs. Harry Churchwell had charge of the program. .Assisting on the program wai Mrs Newman Conyers, Mrs. fJobert Hal! and Mrs. K. D, Marr. Mn. Hamilton gave doling Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. -Thurs.-Fri. For Mature Young People , is a 'conversation - piece! ICOUHMKIimiMli Wiilltn to Hit jcittn and Directed by 6fi»H FOffitS COMING SOON TO THE RITZ BLINDFOLD - Witb Rock Hudwn * ClaudU Cardinal* MONKEY 1 * UNCLE - With Tommy Kbk THREE ON A COUCH - With itnj tewli MY FAIR LADY - Witb Audit? Heptmrn ft Res RarrlHO HOY, DID I GET A WRONG NUMBER - Witb Bob Hap* DR. GOLDFOOT & BIKINI MACHINE - With maUe Avtlon TMI SINGING NUN - With DibWe teynoldi THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••ft* - Thurs. - Fri.-Sat. Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA TKCHNICOLOR A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Last Time Today Carload For $1.00 "MAJOR DUNDEE" Charleston Heston FRI. & SAT. Double Feature "Dinosaurus" Ward Ramsey And Kristina Hanson PLUS it CREEPS! it CRAWLS! "THE BLOB" SUN. - MON. > TUIS. "The Pleosur* Seekers" Plus "I'll Take Sweden"

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