The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1966 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 11, 1966
Page 5
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Hythtvffle (Ark.) Courier News - Mondiy, July 11, MM- Pan Social and Personal Notes ;>, ,>Mr«.;w. J. Pollard and Mrs. Sdiorge, Pyles will be "leaving "tomorrow for Bilbxi, Miss., where they spend several days. Mrs. John R. Stovall and sons Michael and Robbie, of Huntsville, Ala., are spending two weeks with their parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Irby Hodge and Mr. ' and Mrs. Jim Stovall. Mr. Stovall. will attend Army Reserve I'Camp at Fort Chaffee for two weeks. Miss Lalla Ann Callis, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Thomas H. /Callis of Luxora, was .named to ' the achievement list at William Woods College in Fulton, Mo., for the last term. Miss Callis •will be a jumdr next year. \, Miss Tannda Razer is reported to be improving following ••surgery in Chickasawba Hospital. Miss Razer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Razer, is permitted to have visitors, Mrs. James Oxford had as guests in her home last week her daughter, Mrs. Otis Densley, Mr. Densley and children Michael, Keith, Jimmy and Melanie. While here they also visited Mrs. Densley's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Oxford, and children, Jerry, Wayne and Billy. Miss Virginia Ann Heath of Rlytheville has been placed CD the University of Oklahoma honor roll for the spring semester. Miss Nancy : Newcomb has returned from a trip .to; Germany where she visited her aunt, Mrs. Edward Arnold, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Skidmore and children h a v e returned after vacationing in New Orleans and Pensacola, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell Branson are in Denver where Mr. Bran- Altrusas Welcome New Member Altrusa Club of Blytheville met at the Goff Hotel recently for a dinner meeting and installation of hew officers. The meeting was opened by repeating the . Altrusa blessing led by president, Mrs. Mabel Lunsford. A new member, Mrs. Wilma Wimberly,.was initiated into the organization. Miss Georgia Lee Stuart, Information committee ; chairman assisted by Mrs. Irene Tyrone, sponsor of the new member, Mrs. Cecelia Tegethog and Miss. J«wefl LM, hit charge of the initiation. New officers are Mrs. Lunsford,' president; Nbla Howard, vice president; Miss Lee, secretary; Mrs. Tyrone, corresponding-secretary and Helen Cotner, treasurer. The meeting adjourned with the Altrusa benediction/The next meeting will be Sept. 12. E.H.C MEETING NOTES son is attending meetings of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and the American Institute of Architects. Mrs; Floyd Ask is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, room B-30. She can have visitors. i >*.«>. MOTHPROOFING M/LDEWPKOOFING ODOJtPROOFING 'FREE! Mft oar Njovfar dtydeoaing stnto • NOW.». in addition to the finest of drycfcaning services, we offer yon 3 "PLUS" values—at no extra charge: Complete protection against Moths, Mildew and G.P.O. (Ga* tnent Perspiration Odor). Now, your wardrobe wiH have additional freshness and protection, at no exita cost to yow. t UDNOHV-CLWNSRS SOO SO. DIVISION PO 3-4343 Town and Country EH Club held its regular meeting Thursday with Mrs. Jerry Hearn. Ten members, a guest, Mrs. D. C. Pafford, and county agent, Miss Pat Cole, attended. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson presided in the absence of the president. After the meeting was opened with group songs, the devotional entitled, "The Healthy Heart," was brought by Mrs. T. B. Richardson. Miss Cole gave a talk on "Tidying Up Family Life." During the business session, plans were made for the club's annual family picnic. The hostess' eye opener was a decorated pillow made from washcloths. During the social hour, game prize was won by Mrs. Nora Lawson. In And Around Blytheville Mrs. Betty Craine and children of Deer Park, Tex., are here for a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Higgins and famiy at Sandy Ridge. Also visiting .the Higgins over the weekend were their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Prince, and children of Little Rock and Buster Higgins and Miss Carol Rosenburg of Baltimore. ,'3'lit. SHOP KROGER in Blytheville for Double Savings- Top Values Plus Top Value Stamp. U.S. Choice Tenderay ...... FRESH PICNICS ChUCk RoaSt PORK & BEANS — LB. 43 Kroger Mel-o-Soft Bread BBQ SAUCE "± FROZEN DINNERS KANDU "•* J~QQc MAYONNAISES /• Loaves ^\^\ mA/U^CDf Kroger H 1 Uw CRACKERS «.. AH Brands ICE JEA —' Fresh Milk PORK & BEANS , ... 39< 3-M.OO 7 t.M.00 Gal. Coupon 9 c COOKIES cans 14-02. FIG BARS Cc """ Oven U.S. No. 1 Red Potatoes 49 Vine .. Ripe TOMATOES CANTALOUPES BANANAS^ Western Grown ., 2> b ,Wt 6 * 49< 3 -1.00 STORE HOURS Mon.-Thur. 8to7 Fri. - Sat. 8*09 MILK \ GAL 9c with this coupon and $5 additional purchase, excluding tobacco. Good thru Wed. July 13. with $3.00 additional purchase. Good through Wed. July 13. 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