The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1966 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
Page 9
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lljflievflte Writ.)Cwrler Newt -ffiurctoy. June», 1*1 - ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••fc W/LSON NEWS ,.....•1 ...... ....••• MRS. W. A. HOGAN, Jr. University spent (he weekend wlili his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom. They were joined [or Hie weekend by Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Regenold of Kennett. Mrs. H. P. Cash Sr. and granddaughter, Cheryl, have fust returned from a three-week yisH in Dallas with her brolher, (V. D. Monre and family. Gene Musick of Joiner and E. D. Bcall spont last week at Camp C o u c lul a I c near Hot Springs where they attended a workshop for Vo-Ag teachers dt Arkansas. Carolyn Nicholson of Sweet Briar, Va., is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nicholson. She will go to Lafayette, Ind., next week for a two-week seminar at Purdue University and will return to spend the rest ot the summer here. Mrs. Mclvln Shannon is a patient in the Osceola Memorial Hospital. Week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis were Mrs. Bill Yarhrougii and sons, Larry, David and Danny of Corpus Chrlsli, Tex. M r s. Lewis and Mrs, Yarbrough were childhood friends in Memphis. Mrs. Yarbrough and children are living in Corpus Christ! while Major Yarbrough is on a tour of duty in Saigon, Mrs. Bill Tucker, Mrs. A. H. Williams, Mrs. T. J. McAfee. Jr., Mrs. Donnie McDaniel and Mrs. E. D. Beall were special guests when Mrs. Charles Ford entertained her bridge club Tuesday njght at her home. Preceding games homemade Ice cream and lemon cake were served. In games Mrs. Beall was guest high scorer; Mrs. Ralph Robinson club high scorer; Mrs. Wallace Thompson second high scorer and Mrs. Williams was bridgo winner. Reggie Cullom of VanderbiH Mrs. Garland Trammel entertained Club 10 Canasta members last week at her home. Preceding games she served a salad plate. In games Mrs. Russell Nash was high scorer; Mrs, Lev! Cissell .second high and Mrs. Harry Butkin was third high. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry of Memphis were guests of his brother, Russie Perry and family over the weekend. Wednesday night dinner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Russie Perry were her brolher and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Craig and her sister, Mrs. W. G. Tracy of Munford, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wayne Wiley and children, Janet and Sieve, of West Helena spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Cheryl and Johnny spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Gladys Graflon at Vanndale. Cheryl remained for a visit with her grandmother. Mary Snipes entertained with a party last week at her home. Special guests were her houseguest, Cydney Elslander of Heher Springs and Lois Kincaid of Richmond, Mo. Other guests included Barbara Goble, Jackie Trammel, Pam Davis, Calhey Blaylock, Kay Hogan, Terry Joe Jones, Freddie Parnell, Billy Denton, Joe, Lex and Gigi Goble, Larry Stewart,- David Slaton and David Lewis. Decorated party sandwiches, cockles, assorted dips and chip! were served. Houseguest over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullbm Jr. was Miss Terry Mitchell of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dickson III of Memphis are the Barents of a second son born June 18, at the Baptist Hospital. He has been named Marcus Wren Dickson. Maternal grandparents »re Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Wren of Wilson and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dickson Jr. of Fort Smith. Their other son, Scott, age 3, spent last week with his grandparents here. Mr. and Mrs, John Elkins ef Memphis announce the arrival of a new daughter, born June 20 at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. She has been named Phyllis Elkins. Mr. Elkins' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elkins of Wil : son and Mrs. Elkins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson of Osceola. The Elkins have another child, Charlie Elkins, age 3, who Alexander, Connie Cash, V|cki CMles, Martha Viugha, Genia Bowie, Steele and Jack Catching, Janelle Floyd, Larry Stewart, Billy Bussey, Dick T»te, Bobby Wilson, Gary, Joe and Lex Goble, Terry Jones, Freddie Parnell, Mike Hays, and David Slaton. Chaperones were Mr. and Mr* Jack Tramrrt*! and Mrs. W. J. Denton. Mr. and- Mrs. diaries Griffin spent the last two weeks al Kentucky Lake 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Parker at Lexington, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Owens Sadler and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Getchell of Pine Bluff, were in Memphis Wednesday to see the "Sound of Music." They also made a trip to Ripley, Tenn., on Wednesday. Guests last Thursday ef Mrs. Reba Briganee were Mrs. C. f. Nau (formerly Mrs, Bessie Full er) and daughters, Pat and Peggy Fuller of Portsmouth, Va., Mrs. Nau .and daughters are former Wilson residents. Mrs. 0. C. Weaver and children of Fort Campbell, Ky., spent last Wednesday in the has spent the last week with home of Mrs. Reba Briganee. his grandparents here. " '-'~ "" : " T " °— Mrs. Donnie McDanie! and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel attended a luncheon at the Summit Club in Memphis last Tuesday honoring Miss Carolyn Knight, bride- elect of Bill Williams of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gentry of Little Rock spent the last two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel. Mary Jane Parish of Memphis spent a few days last week in the home of her aunt, Mrs. K, W. Snipes and family. Biiiy Denton entertained with a swimming party Tuesday night. Guests included Mary Snipes, Kay Hogan, Lois Kincaid, Barbara Goble, Jackie Mrs. John Crain Jr. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bobbins of Memphis to Cambridge, Ohio for the wedding of Adele Jamail and Dr. William Elias on Wednesday. They returned home Thursday. Mrs. June Chiles was hostess to Sie South Mississippi County Bridge Club at her home Friday afternoon. Special guests were Mrs. Roy Cox and Mrs. A. H. Williams. Preceding games cake and chocolate parfait were served. Later in the afternoon she served bite-size sandwiches and coffee. Mrs. Joe Cullom was high scorer at bridge; Mrs. Sam Moore second high and Mrs. Chilei was bridge winner.'" Mrs. Clyde Barnttt of Reiser, Mrs. Fred Denton, Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. T, J. McAfee Jr. were special guests when Mrs, Bill Tucker enter- lained the Tally Bridge Club Thursday night at her home. A dessert course was served prior to bridge games. High scorer for club members was Mrs. Dbnni* McDaniel, guest high was Mrs. Thompson and bridgo winner was Mr. Arch Catching. Leaving for a European tour on Sunday was Miss Judy Crain. She will accompany a group of girls from the Mid-South on a 44-day tour of France, England, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece and Egypt. Terry Joe Jones left Tuesday on a Boy Scout Tour to Cimmaron, N. M. He accompanied a group of scouts from the Jonesboro District on the 18-day tour by chartered bus, staying at air force bases in Kansas City, Houston, Little Rock, and the Air Fore* Academy. Ralph Robinson Wilson Postmaster made a hole-in-one Sun< day afternoon on bole No, 9, a par 3, 121 yard hole, at Wilson Golf Club. It was the first hole- in-one in the history of the Wil son Golf Course. Mr. Robinson was pitying with C. A. Lewis, GUI Hegan, Tom Tate, Joe Gwyn and Paul Annibl*. Major end Mrs. John Tiptan and tons, Charlie, John, and Horac* of Detroit Ire spending two weeks with Mrs. Tipton's mother, Mrs, Horace Moore ,at Corona. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moore entertained with a family barbecue Sunday nigbt honoring the tip- tons. Twenty-two guests attended the affair. Joe CuUom Jr. and H. A. Nicholson attended a fish fry at Sunflower, Miss., Sunday. 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