The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1967 · Page 9
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(Ait.J O>nrt«f K«wg - Mbnfty, — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 8-4461 Blytbeville Junior High Announces Honor Roll Those making the honor roll]Smith, Rhonda Sigmin, Diana for the first nine weeks at Ely-1 Stribling; theville Junior High School are: Arlene Thompson, Terry Tri- Seventh grade: Teresa Blas-i nue Nichie Veach, Melinda ingame, George Brents, Denicejvowell, Janet Walker, Melanie Byrum, Melanie Christie, James j Watson, Mike Watson; Crocker, George Crook; i Terri Wheat, Tony Whittle, Sarah Day, Melia Derrick, Karen Eagan, Debra Ertel, Pamela Flagg, Patrice Gurley, Scott Gurley; Reginia Wiles, Margie' Williams, Chiquita \Vy and Rick Ziegler. Ninth Grade: Debbie Abbott, Vanessa Allen, Stan Ball, Lin- Steve Griffith, Nancy Harri-l^-es, Dale^Battcn, Terry son, Dennis Hay, Linda Hogan, Ellis Homer, Mark Hughes, Susan Knipple; ^ ^^ ^^ Terry Virginia Johnson, Pam Lon- Hanlbey Bob Harris, Tommy don, Risa Martin, Zoe McBride, i Haynes . Kim Nicholson, Brenda North- ; Rebecca Mwgan Deborah cutt, Laurie Partlow, DebbIB| M „ Nebhut Petterson, Rose Presnell, David Rinehart, Chuck Robbins; Pam Shirley, Bill Steinsjek, Donna Parrish, Patricia Parrish, Liz Rainwater, Virginia Pam Shirley, Bill Stemsjek, Rayburn Diane Rhinehart, Rita Susan Stone, Robert T a y 1 o r, j RobertSi Joe RosS| L i n d a Sage; Cynthia Tegethoff, Grace Susan Scrape , Donna Seibert Thompson, Steve Thompkins; Beth White, Joan Winkler and Gale Ziegenbein. Eighth grade are Frank Ashby, Bill Bracey, Karen Braden, Lou Branscum, John B y f o r d, Dennis Caldwell, Carolyn Coleman; Charles Crigger, Teresa) Crowe, Rodney Curry, Teresa Denton, Brenda Eaves, Cathy Ellis, Ramona.Elmore;. Diniese. England, Janice Finch, Donald Foley, Randy Garrett, Janice Graham, Becky Go, Harriett Haines, Leslie Haft Susan Scrape, Donna Seibert, Candy Smith, Patricia Stone, Deena Sutton and Tommy Westbrook. In And Around Blytheville Zal Harrison; Susan Henderson, Pamela Henson, Terry Holt, Ben Hub' bard, Craig Hughes, Valerie Jackson, Lauren Jamison; Bob Johnson, Sharon Jones, Teena Knepper, Susan Koury, Robert Kuykendall; Roger Lee, Sally Lipscomb, Larry Long, Melvin Marrow, Martha Nunn, Kerri McLeod, Anne McSpadden, Kay Parrish; .Susan Peterson, Marsha Petty Linda Pike, Don Pipkin, Theresa Pipkin, Sue Posey, Josephe Ross, Joe T. Robinson; Pam Royer, Dawn Teale, Deb Louie Van Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rhodes, left Wednesday en route to Viet- am. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes were honored Tuesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rhodes with a dinner. Fifteen guests were present. Mrs. Melvin Estep of Jonesboro visited Friday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. D. Yan- She was accompanied home by Mrs. Yankee. Mrs. Kthel Warrington has returned from Springfield, HI., where she was visiting her sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Riggs Jr. and family visited Sunday with her father, Joe Chapin, in Egypt 1 Ark. Mrs. Barbara Gilmore and children, all of Paragould, visited recently with Mrs. Ethel Alfrd. Mrs. Altha Dugger and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bell of Newport, Ark., visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Riggs and family and Mrs. Walter Lindsey. M. and Mrs. Henry Dulaney her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard and their family at Lone Oak. They also visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kilpatrick and daughter, Dorinda, of Cherokee, Ala., and Jerry Hud- I son of luka, Miss.,' visited Fri!day and Saturday night with [her- sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard, and their family of Lone Oak. I B. F. Gay Jr. of Memphis ! visited Sunday with his mother, 'Mrs.' B. F. Gay Sr., and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Poff and children have moved from Gosnell to St. Louis where Mr. Poff is employed. Oscar Floyd and son W. M. Floyd of Nimmons, Ark., spen Saturday with Mr. and Mrs Jacky Webster and children. Evelyn Webster of Memphis spent the weekend with Mr. anc Mrs. Obie Webster. Mrs. Mable Sherman o Haynesville, La., arrived Thurs day for a visit with her par enis, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kennedy. Mrs. Bill Estes visited Monday with her daughter,, Mrs. George Beasley, and her family of West Memphis. Mrs. John C. Downing and daughter returned to their home in Madison, Fla., after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wadkins Sr. Birthday Celebrated Mike Wise celebrated Ms ninth birthday with a skating party Saturday, Nov. 11, at Walker Park Roller Drome. Nineteen guests attended and jame winners wore Leonda tfeador and Cindy Myers. Mike Is ttie son of Charles ,nd Melba Wise. Society Has Meeting Thursday Zcta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society met Nov. 9 for j dinner at the Dixie Pig followed i by an initiation and program i meeting at Central Elementary School Cafetorium. Mrs. Russell Moslcy, inia- tion chairman, presented Mrs. P. Pride. Mrs. D. B. Meador, Mrs. Bill Long and Mrs. Tiiomas H. Hopper for membership. The initiation ritual was led by Mrs. Harold Anderson, chao- ler president. She was assisted ay Mrs. Ila Blackwell, Miss Mary Hubler, Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Mrs. Robert Turner. Mrs. Marvin Hart and Airs. Rex : WirMI). Miss Alice Marl* Ross served Grelg of Van Buren. Others participating on the as narrator of the program "A i program were Miss Terrell, Tribute to Our Founders," an ] Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Blackwell original script prepared by the I and Mrs. William Shaneyfelt. state vice-president, Mrs. Elsie I In the business meeting, it W, IWf — Hg» Wne was announced Hiat Christmas lifts for childrtn living In the ,,omes will be brought to the Dec. 7 meeting. This is the annual project for the society. 43-POUND WEIGHT loser and lecturer . checks weight of a member. Before. each meeting of Weight Watchers, every member is weighed privately, with weight loss or gain recorded on their i card. Group therapy dls- ! cussions help members to i help each other. Your Paper Boy Remember Pay Canned apricots, beated in -a I little of their own syrup in a skil- i let, make an excellent accompaniment to a platter of sliced baked ham. Use a slotted spoon to remove the apricots from the skillet when you are ready to add the fruit to your platter. QUICK QUIZ Q—why did the National Gallery of Art frame Leonardo da Vinci's painting "Ginevra de' Bend" front and back? A—The reason is that Leonardo put a painting on the back of the portrait, too. The Ginevra is the only portrait—indeed, the only painting—ever turned! out by Da Vinci with a second • painting by him on the reverse' side of the canvas. Q—Which apes have no tails? | A—The gorilla, the chimpan-! zee, the gibbon and the orangutan. Q—In Christian art, what does the club symbolize? A—Martyrdom. REVIVAL CARROLL EVANS EVANGELIST P u B L I C I N V I T E D RED JOHNSON SONG LEADER NOVEMBER 13th THROUGH 19th Services Doily at: 9:30 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. GOSNELL BAPTIST CHURCH bie Shaneyfelt, Bob Smith,' Carl son and Mrs. Ann Deroe and Try before you buy! SKIDMORE PIANO CO. Baldwin-built Pfmt for as little« J10» moot* 101 E. 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