The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1966 · Page 2
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Page Two - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier Newi - Friday, Jun* M. 19M — Society News — "Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 'Principal R eceives Degree Dale B. Meador, principal of Blytheville High School, has re- celved the Diploma of Advanced J _ ... Study in Educational Adininis-1 jyl'lS$ tration from the University of' Arkansas. His thesis was written on "A Bridal Parties Continue For (Bits of News! I moittu Dale B. Meador Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Elect New Officers Osceola - Blytheville Pi Beta PJii Alumnae Club recently held an election of officers for the coming year. Elected to serve •with Mrs. Jack Hale, president, are Mrs, Charles Crigger III, vice president; Mrs. Wilbur Wildy of Osceola, corresponding secretary; Mrs. D. E. Newberry, treafr urer; Mrs. Jim F. Tompkins, recommendations chairman for Blytheville; Mrs. Dan Fergus, Comparative Survey of the AAA High Schools in Arkansas." Meador received his B.S.E. degree from Henderson State Teachers College and M.S. degree from East Texas State College. He came to Blytheville as high school principal in 1963. Prior to that, he was superintended at Willisville, Ark. He serves as president of the Class AAA Athletic Association, which governs the athletic pro gram of the larger school districts. ' He is also a member of the ^National Education Association tion, Arkansas Association o School Administrators, Nations! Association of Secondary Schoo' Principals and the Blytheville Rotary Club. recommendations chairman for Osceola; Mrs. Jettie Driver of Osceola, program chairman; Mrs. Mac Williams, Jr., yearbook chairman, and Miss Marge Hale, centennial chairman. Next year, Pi Beta Phi will celebrate its 100th birthday. Founder at Monmouth College in 1867, me organization now has 111 active chapters in the United States and Canada, and 335.alumna clubs with a total membership of 79,669. The centennial project is enlargement of the Pi Beta Phi Arts and Crafts Center at Gatlinburg, Tenn. This is an extension of Pi Beta Phi's major philanthropy — the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School at Gatlinburg Since the school was started in 1910, it has been the main iource of education and livli- hood for thousands of Tennessee mountain people. As the area becatte more prosperous and able to finance Its own schools, the organization decided to emphasize the crafts irogram. The 22nd session workshop will be held this summer. Students come from all over he country and return to their ocal cornmunities to help in re- labilitation hospitals, schools for handicapped children, and to each handicapped people of all ages to be self supporting. Continuing parties for bride- elect Miss Lalla Ann Callis was a bridal luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs. Charles Thomas in Luxora. Entertaining for the affair were Mrs. T. D. Wilkine, Mrs. Randal fjichols and Mrs. Thomas. A pink and white color scheme was carried out with sprays of pink babies' breath tied with pink velvet ribbon to form napkin rings, and in the centerpiece on the serving table. A gardenia corsage was presented to Miss Calljs and her mother, Mrs. Tom Callis, received a carnation corsage. Miss Callis chose a floral printed voile dress for the OC' casion. The hostesses'.gifts to the bride-elect were Of china in her chosen pattern. Miss Judy Anderson and her mother, Mrs. Carl Anderson of Osceola, entertained Miss Callis with a linen shower Wednesday evening. A miniature bride and groom in an arrangement of apricot colored carnations and babies' breath were used to decorate the living room of the Anderson home. Gifts which were placed on the dining table were registered by Miss Anderson as they were opened. Miss Callis chose a white and black dress, designed with large 3ell sleeves, and white and jlack accessories. Corsages were presented to he hofioree and Mrs. Tom Callis. her mother, CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere appreciation to our friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers, cards, food, kindnesses and words of sympathy shown us following the death of our beloved sister, Beatrice Hargett. Special thanks to Rev. Alvis Carpenter of First Baptist Church, Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt and Miss Martha Huffman for the special music. Belva Hargett Lori tie Calvin Miss Anderson and Miss Callis were classmates at William Woods College. Lime floats and fudge cake were served by the hostesses. Miss Callis will be wed to Robert Edgar Kapp on July 10. Coming Events Friday 65th Munitions Maintenance Squadron Wives will meet at Kingley Hall, 1 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes, 1:15 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris of Dumas, formerly of Blytheville, announce the birth of twin sons, Bruce and Bob, on Junu 23. The couple are parents of two other sons. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Harris of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hockings of Dumas. Mrs. Bradley Coleman, Mrs. Lowell Maxwell and Mrs. Troy House w ere in Morrilton, Wednesday to attend funeral services for their uncle, J. Ralph Long. Mrs. Troy House left Thursday for her home in Montclair, Calif., after a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Collins, and other relatives. Mrs. B. W. Stires of Irving, Tex., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A Dougherty of Blytheville, will be a contestant on the CBS Quiz Show, "The Face is Familiar," Saturday night on Channel 3 at 8:30. She is the former Marilyn Dougherty. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Colston have returned after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. C&lston. Mr. Colston left for Great Lakes, 111., where he has been assigned to the RDA Naval School. Mrs. Colston resides in Rogers, Ark. Mrs. William Hutson 6f Miami, Fla., is a guest of her mother, Mrs. P. D. Foster. • Mrs. Gladys Baker left Memphis by plane this morning for San Francisco to attend t h e wedding of her son, Larry Baker to Miss Ann Perkins. The wedding will be at 4 o'clock Saturday in Lasgatos, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hartigan of West Hartford, Conn., will arrive today to visit Mrs. Hartigan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. J. T. Westbrdok is, now at home after having been dismissed yesterday from Chicka- Air Force Family Scene Mr*. Chtiler Smith, LE W5« The stork has been busy it the base hospital this month. On June 7, a son, Stephen Louis, was born to Airman and Mrs. Louis Meredith. The Merediths have a daughter, Traci, who is three years old. Ronald, 3 years of age. Cheryl Alisa was the name chosen for the daughter born i June 11 to Sgt. and Mrs. Wallace Norman. They have two other children, Kim and Michael. Airman and Mrs. Jimmie Bolding announce the daughter on June birth of a 7. They've sawba Hospital. Visiting with Mrs. A. t\ Dietrich are her daughter, M r s. Joe Beasley fo Bloomington, 111., and her' sister, Mrs. John Buckmiller of St. Louis. Mrs. Beasley is visiting here while her son, John Edward, is at Camp Laney in Alabama. Miss Pat Widner and Miss Pat Seymore will arrive this afternoon to be weekend guests of Miss Widner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Widner. Clarence Johnson was dismissed this morning frorn, Chickasawba Hospital. Visiting here with Mr. an Mrs. J. P. White and other relatives are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emmert of Concord, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Emery of Louisville, Ky., have returned home after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emery. Another son, Jackie Emery, is home on a 15-day leave after completing basic t r a i n i n g at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. His new assignement will be Marquette AFB. Mich. chosen the name Kirhberly Dawn (or her. Mrs. Holding is the former Barbara Albritton, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Albritton of Blytheville. Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher ol Springfield, Mo. A son was born June 8 to Lt and Mrs. Charles Grimes and was named Rodney Maurice. The Grimes have another son, Loco I Students Enrolled At Memphis State Forty • three Mississippi County students have enrolled for the first term of the summer session at Memphis State University. Blytheville students are,James Lynn Tyrone, Glynn Allen West, Carol Coppedge, James Eugene Nowlin, Dottie Jean Reagan Danley; Evanda Lee Walls, Carolyn Sue Johnson, Reuben, Chandler, Jr., Mary Gray Moody, Danny Charles Smith; Long, Joseph Lee E.H.C MEETING NOTES Pamela Sue Campbell, Joe Charley Carroll, Jr., Sheila Carroll Bufford, Donald Cherepski, Janice Rebecca Buck, Carolyn Marshall; Jane Burnett, Harry Warren Whitls, Clara Massey Thompson, Ben McArthur White, Molly Guard, Pat Widner, Sue Ann Fisher; Mary Jo Punske, Nancy Milligan Moore, Clifford C. Councille, Tommy Allen Smith, Mary Tom Stephenson and Ronald E. Miller. Osceola students are Louise Shearon Taylor and Rhebon Kyle Taylor. Also registered are Paul Haberstroh of Lepanto, Effie Williams and Williee Matthews of Dyess, John Allen Dresbach of Wilson; Gary Dale Banners and Dennis Glen Metheny 6f Leachville, Capt. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Welborn announce the birth of a son, Sammye, born June 11. The Welborns also have twb other children, Tracy and Todd. Also on June 11, a son, Gregory Alan, was born to Sgt, and Mrs. Frank Coleman. The Colemans also have a daughter, Melissa. Airman and Mrs. Larry Barnhill announce the birth of their first child on June 12. The baby is a boy and was named Tracy Hunt. On June 17, a daughter, Christina, was born to Airman and Mrs. Rodolfo Robles. This was their first child. Airman and Mrs. James Wolverton announce the birth of a daughter, Anna Ruth, on June The Wolvertons also have two sons, ftipley James and Steven Lee. Mrs. Effie Pinter, mother of Mtt, Wolverton, Is visiting here from Walnut Grove, Miss. , Captain and Mrs. Arthur Hood announce the birth of a daughter on June 19. They've chosen the name Susan Elizabeth for her. They hive another daughter, Linda, arid a son, Billy. Mrs. Hood's mother, Mrs. William Dougherty of Erie, Pa., ts hire Visiting. Sgt. and Mrs. James Ishmael are parents of a son born June 22. He's have been given the name James Richard. The Ish- maels have four other children. Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. George Ishmael of Jones- born, •• SECOND CLASS MAIL Ulytneilllt Vourjei Newi BLYTHKVILI.E MtK aip • ram •irrj IV Hiln«, Puollsnet Irtf it Wilaul sti Blylhivlllt Ark. Pubinned doll; except aundaj Second claw DMtag* pato *t Bly» ttinllle Ark. HOME DELIVERY KATES In Blythetille ind townr in th« BH'thevllH tridi territory Drily . 3Dc on nek BY MAIL PAYABLE IN AUVANCt Within 50 miles of Blythnvlllt $7.00 per yeal Unrt than 50 miles rrom BIjihtTllli 115.60 per rear Duplicate Winners Told Winners of last night's bridge games played by D u p 1 i c a t e Bridge League were first, M. M. Handle and Harry W. Haines second, Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. John Cherry; third, Mrs. King Tetley ind Mrs. Jesse White, and fourth, Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs. Georgia Bailey. Results of last Saturday's games were tied for first, Bill McMatn, B6b Valentine, Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. W. C. Roddey; third, Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. J. R. Stevenson, and fourth Mrs. C. D. Afflick and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Regular games are scheduled beginning at 1:15 tomorrow. Puree thawed frozen swee ened raspberries in an electri blender and strain through very fine-mesh sieve to remov the seeds. Serve this raspberry puree over canned pears. Rub a leg of lamb befor roasting with salt, pepper, pap rika, crushed rosemary and gar lie. Another time try rubbin 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 Mary Jane Brock arid E116 n •, the leg with salt, pepper an< Boyce McCann of Manila, arid James Lester Gill, Henry Noble Gill and Sharon Dianni Loveless of Dell. curry powder. Remember Pay Ysur Paper Boy II EE-I ladl 5E ONLY $2.95 This Includes Insurance Protection Up To 150 00 When we return your winter wardrobe In the fan INSPECT IT CAREFULLY. U you can't say it looks better than It would have U you ha stored it In the closet, we will cheerfully REFUND THE STORAG1 CHARGE. ™ Box Storage Is BEST! Our flant hamper jlvei top convenience for bulky winter woolens. Jutt drop them into our hamper, return to as and your itorafe rorriei are over. We (tore everything at one low price ...nothinc to pay tU Fall. LAUNDRY-CLEANERS "Appearance At It'i Beit" Phone PO 3-4343 Nine members answered roll call at the June meeting of ?lat Lake EH Club held recently at the clubhouse. The devotional was brought by Miss Pearl Lee. Mrs. C. T. Davis reported on the leaders training meeting on crafts. Mrs. A. R. Peek and Mrs Davis had charge of the program. Mrs. Raymond Zachry, craft leader, announced plans for a workshop to be held June 28 at the clubhouse. Members wore requested fo bring sack lunches. The club project report was heard from Mrs. Barney Cozart. Hostesses, Mrs. Peek and Miss Lee, displayed eye openers and later served refresh- mnts during the social hour. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •••••••••••••••»»*••«•••••••«•,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature 7:30 He'd take on anypna at anything, anytime ... H M«W Only m matter oftvfio aorno first t ANN' Eye Pads Reduce PuHiness Wonderful pick-me-ups at the) end of the day are herbal eye pads. They are more refreshing put in the refrigerator and applied to the eyes cold. Resting with the saturated pads on the eyes for fiye minutes or longer reduces puffiness and relieves lines caused by tension and fatigue. Do you know you can pan-fry Chinese cabbage? Shred the vegetable and cook it in a large tightly covered skillet In a couple tablespoons each of salad oil and water. Season with salt and white pepper. McQUEEN-ROBINSON-MARGREF |i«tMALDEN : iBMrWElD ONCE1I WASTOP-SECREI! • «_ i uu nm nuucm «U| |gm m mn.iuSmH.jMi.wt nTTM IKNH MflMV MM •!•* Come by U PM an Saturday Nifht, ind you can alwayt Me ALL of the last feature. The rest of the week come by 9:30, and you can tee ALI, of the last feature. SUN. • MON. 7:30 • TUES. 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