The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 13, 1967
Page 4
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Four - Blythevffl* (Art.) Courier News — Monday, November W, tSCT W/LSON NEWS 1 MRS. W. A. HOGAN, Jr. Members of Explorer Post 33,; tending Mississippi Slate Col- Boy Scouts o( America, camped |lege tor Women at Columbus, last weekend at the El-Rancho : Miss., spent the weekend with . Rio Lodge grounds located on i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn Tranum was bridgo win- bridge club met last week with Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck at her home at B'renchman Bayou. Preceding games lemon ice box pie and coffee were served. Later in the afternoon she served sandwiches and cokes. Winners at bridge were Mrs. E. D. Beall high, Mrs. 0. W. Speck second high and Mrs. Current" River near Doni-1B. Gwyn. the phan, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Furman The El-Rancho Rio is owned ! and daughter, Mary Jane spent ' Post 33. Mrs. J. J. Burns is a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Her room number is 904-E. Mrs. L. B. Davis of Fulton, Miss., returned home Monday after spending a few days tiie'p'ic-:Thompson last weekend were! with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. bv Denver M. Wright of St Sunday in Jackson, Tenn., Louis. Mr. Wright is a relative where they visited their daugh- of Gaines Smith, an advisor for ier, Barbara, who is a student at Lambuth College. The Explorers toured several; House guests of Mrs. Wallace ' '. , , ,,. - -:- ^Thnmncnn last ivppkpnr] wprp ner. and Mrs. Elwooti Thomp' and Mrs. Ed trophies which Mr. Wright has son of Oran Mo and 1 collected on numebrous hunt- j Williams of Blythevrtle. ing expeditions to many parts i Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams of Hie world. The Explorers al- : spent the weekend in Fayette- so enjoyed hunting, fishing, shut-' ville where they visited with tiviiies and the Arkansas - Tex- fleboard, ping pong and target'their son, Andy who is a stu-jas A&M game on Saturday. Hogan, and her family. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Cullorn land son Jerry spent the weekend in Fayetteville where they attended homecoming fes- shooting. | dent at the University. They at- |They visited with Peggy Jo Cul- Those making the trip were [tended homecoming festivities Bill Stoffle, Don Slaton, Ken-j during the weekend and saw neth Miller, Terry Williams,;the Arkansas John Melvin, Charles Williams i game. Texai A&M lom who is a student at the university. Mrs. C. A. Lewis and son, parents.Mr. and Mrs. Larry | greeting at the skelton bedecked door. The living room and refreshment room were decorated in the traditional orange and black Halloween decor. The group played games under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. The highlight of the evening was the reading of a ghost story in a darkened room by Mrs. Williams. Miss Sherry Hayden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl Hayden, entertained with a drop-in Friday night following the Osceola - Wilson football game. Mrs. Wallace Thompson and Mrs. Ed Williams of Blytheville Bishop Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Whiteside and sons of Pleasant Plains, Ark., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whileside. They were joined by Miss Victoria Whiteside from Arkansas State University. Mr. and Mrs Donnie McDan- iei spent Friday night in Fayetteville with her brother, Tru Smith and his family. They attended the Arkansas - Texas A&M game Saturday afternoon, and drove to Paris for Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Smith Sr. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Thompson and children, Cheryl and Johnny, spent Wednesday and Thursday night with Mr. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson in Stuttgart. Tim Hogan accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson drove to Little Rock for the Arkansas Education Association meeting. Mr. and Mrs Albert Greenwell attended the Arkansas-Tex-.. - 'David, spent Tuesday in Jack-las A&M game in Fayetteville Bdwhr'Flemine, Eldon Alex-1 Mrs. George Goodson is ajson, Tenn., where they visited I Saturday and .visited with their ander, Jerry Smith, Ed Perry,! patient in the Baptist Hospital with Marilyn Lewis, who is a|son, Lynn, who is a student at James Reed, Danny Wallace in Memphis. [student at Lambuth College. " — ! "" and guest, Rannie Lovens ofj Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Vestal of I They also visited with Mrs. Blytheville. Advisors were Mel- ] Knoxville returned home Tues- vin Shannon, Maurice Melvin!day after spending a few days Jr., Gaines Smith and Fred Den-[with their daughter and her ton. family, Mr. and Mrs John El- Miss Jenny Gwyn who is at- lis. The Wednesday afternoon John Hartman, wife of the Mem phis Methodist Conference director of youth work. Miss Mary Bishop, student at State College of Arkansas, spent the weekend at home with her the university. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams entertained with a Halloween dressed in Halloween costumes attending were given an eerie WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District Mississippi County, Arkansas. Mary E. Ashabranner, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17418 Kenneth H. Ashabranner, Defendant. The defendant, Kenneth A. Ashabranner, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mary E. Ashabanner. Dated this 3rd day of November, 1967 at 4:00 o'clock p.m. Men Out of It BENTON, Iowa (AP) - The city tattlers of Benton are moth- Tariffs Bog Trad* POINT CLEAR,' Au. (AP) The Argentine ambassador to the United States says trade be- Women have held every mu-1 tween Argentina and the United nicipal post since 1961 when a [States could be greatly expand- female uprising ousted the in-, ed if protective tariffs were decumbent mayor and five coun- creased. But Alvaro C. Alsogaray not- GERALDINE LISTUN, Clerk 17™' T3i, DPTTV fVi-ifc H f 1 Ut V' oilmen and went on to seat a lady clerk, treasurer and postmistress. Now, the chances of a man winning office in Benton—population 54—are practically nil, say the ladies, who weren't challenged for re-election Tues- ed instead that new protective tariffs are being proposed to Congress. He was guest speaker Friday at the fifth annual meeting of the Alabama Export Council. The ambassador said Argentina buys $170 million more goods day. ternoon. two days last week in )his. While there they at- i the Liberace show at .iditorium. . T. J. McAfee and chil- Todd and Allison, spent y through Sunday with her ts, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. , in Memphis. Mr. McAfee them on Saturday and led home with them Sun- ry Burns of Merritt Island, spent Saturday night with and Mrs. Bob Cummings lent Sunday in Memphis his mother, Mrs. J. J. , at the Baptist Hospital lew home Sunday night. and Mrs. W. D. Brown ons of Kennett, Mo., visit- ith her parents, Mr. and Curtis Miller, Sunday a£>n. By. BETTY Coats, D. C. Gardner & Steinsiek, Attorney Leon Burrow, Ally Ad Litem Organization for Sure PENNSAUKEN.N.J. (AP) It didn't take owner Horst Bentz long to pull open a drawer at his Melitta, Inc., plant here and find what he was looking for. That's because the businessman from Minden, Germany, has ordered that all 36 drawers of any office desk in his 11 plants around the world be identical. "Organization is my hobby," he explained on a recent tour here. The firm produces chocolate. cigars, coffee filter papers and coffee-makers in addition to fine-ground coffee. "The men spent the money but we never saw improvement in the town," says Councilwoman Rebecca Bumgarner. "Women are keeping the town looking halfway decent." each year from the Unit States than it sells. "In the pa decade, this difference total $1.7 billion," he said. 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