The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1967 · Page 5
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Wyffiwffl* '(M'J Coin-tor Wetfs — Tuesday, November 28, 1967 — Paga Flv« WHO'S ODD?--Mike Ray and Louis Katz have the male leads (and Becky Waiters and Bekke Westbrook the only female voles) in "The Odd Couple," one of the most successful comedies to come off Broadway in years. This produc- ;^^^5^T3^f- ti a;^^-T : • .y^-;^^^^ u- tion will be Friday and Saturday at BIytheville High School auditorium at 8 p.m. under the direction of the Thespian Society's sponsor, Terry Huckabee. (Courier News Photo) IN AND AROUND BLYTHEVILLE — Mrs. Myrtle Morrow visited her son and family last week, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Morrow in West Memphis. She also visited her grand- boro underwent surgery at Doctor's Hospital Monday. Mrs. Gene Hardesty will enter Doctor's Hospital for tests Sunday. daughter Mrs. Joe Burns, and I Mrs - Jessie Nicholas, Mrs. Jo family of Memphis. Ella Lineberry and Bud Nichol- Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Shaw son of Steele were dinner guests and children, who have just re- ° turned from three years in Yokota, Japan, are visiting her mother, "Mrs. Rufus Jackson, before going to Columbus, Miss, where they will be stationed. Mrs. Rufus Jackson and Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Shaw and children spent Thanksgiving in Memphis with their son and Monday. Mrs. Corda Turnbo of Steele spent the weekend with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Hatley and daughter. Mrs. Ethel Webb has returned to Cadillac Mich,, after visiting her cousin, Mrs. Anna Ashabran- brother, Earnest Jackson, Mrs. i ner Jackson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Edelen and children of St. Louis arrived Thursday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Wilson and son Ricky of Bald Knob visited his sister, Mrs. Anna Ashabranner of Dell over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bunn and daughter Sandra were in Memphis Tuesday where Mr. Bunn went to Campbell's Clinic for a Mrs. J. N. Welborn of BIythe- ville is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. R. W. Warren was admitted to Doctor's Hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Stephenson and family of Tigrett, Term, spent Wednesday with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pulley, and Thursday with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tally Canes. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pulley and children spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l and [-^erionat I jotci tist Hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Burley Joe White of Leachville, Mrs. Jack Eeed and daughters Cathy and Pam, Mr. and Mrs. John. Hannon and daughter, Vickie, M. F. Poff, Mrs. Bobby Garner, Mrs. John Sharp and Mrs. Fred Porter were dinner guests of M. and Mrs. Burl White Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Burl White and M. F. Poff spent Thanksgiving in Batesville with relatives. Mrs. Ethel Alford has recently been dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Fletcher Higgins and granddaughter Billie Jo Page spent the holidays in Paragould and Jonesboro visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Minyard and daughters Judy and Brenda spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Neil Minyard of Wardell. Mrs. Melvin Estep of Jones- MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA check-up, he will enter the Bap- Homer Forrest ot Portageville. John Charles Gear and Bruce James of Crowley's Ridge Academy were guests, Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Button and family. Loyd Poff celebrated his birthday with a supper at his home Nov. 20. Special guests were his father, M. F. Poff, and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Burl White. Mrs. Bill Estes returned home Friday after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Alva Brinkley, at Tuckerman. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Huddleston are in Fort Wayne, Ind., visiting tiieir daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ternet, who are parents of their first child, a son born Nov. 17. He has been named Christopher Michael. Mrs. Ternet is the former Miss Martha Huddleston. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilson and son Ron spent Thanksgiving with their daughter and sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Headrick, and Billy of Yates Center, Kan. They were joined mere by Cadet Capt. Wayne Douglas Wilson from the Air Force Academy, Colo., .and his fiance, Miss Patty Orell, from Colorado State University. Mrs. B. A. Lynch returned yesterday from St. Louis where she spent Kie Thanksgiving holidays with her son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch Jr. Miss Minnie Lee Jones returned yesterday from Ripley, Tenn. where she was called Saturday night due to the death of her half brother, Albert Jones, who died Saturday. Also attending | the funeral services were Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Porter and Larry Davis. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune had as their guests over the holidays tiieir son and family, Mr. and Last Time Today "TWO For The ROAD" with Audrey Hepburn WED. - THURS. - FR1. And • SAT. tteydorttmake Vfestcmslike they used to? Mrs. Sam Tune, and children, Sam Jr. Paige Leigh, of Oklahoma City, and son Ryall of the University of Arkansas and Miss Jane Marble of Vicksburg, Miss. Rev. Eugene Hall, who has beeen a patient in Chickasawba Hospital is being transferred to Baptist Hospital in Memphis for further tests and observations. Mrs. John Logan has returned from Amarillo, Tex., where she attended the wedding of her brother, Lt. Lawrence Brumm, to Miss Donna Hendrickson, of Amarillo, Saturday. Miss Emily Jo Ray spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ray. Miss Ray is a sophomore at Ouachita Baptist University. Earnest Ray is a patient in Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. He is in Room 988, Union East. S o c I E T Y Phyllis Reed Society Editor PO 34461 N E W S Tour and Tea Is Dec. 10 A "Holiday Homes Tour" and 'Christmas Tea" sponsored by the Portageville Garden Club will he Dec. 1 from 2 until 5 p.m. in Portageville. Homes to be toured are, Mr. Gene Rone, South Highway 61, Mrs. Joseph E. McCrate, 407 W. Main; Mrs. J. H. Workman Sr., 101 E. Fifth and Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Butler, 500 DeLisle. The tea will be in the New Madrid County Library on Main Street. Visitors may go to the homes and tea in any order they may desire. Tickets may be obtained on tour day from the library or any of the homes for ?1. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL BIytheville Courier News BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72315 Harry W. Halnes, publisher 3rd at Walnut St. BIytheville, Arb. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at BIy- theville, Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In BIytheville and towns in the BIytheville trade territory. Daily 35C per week BX MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of BIytheville S8.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blythevflle 518.00 per year iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuininnniiKsiininii 1 Coming Events Tuesday Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club B&PW Club. Armorel-ettes E. H. Club Orpheus Music Club Officers Wives Club Parkside Garden Club Wednesday Down One Bridge Club TOPS Club First National Bank Thursday Thursday Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge League Friday Friday Bridge Club. Saturday (Duplicate Bridge League Class Meets Recently Esther Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church met recently in the home of Mrs. Mae Jones for their, monthly meeting. Mrs. Frances Canada, president, presided over the business meeting. Seven members and .three honorary members were present. The group carried a Thanksgiving basket to Parkview Nursing home and visited with .the patients. Mrs. James Rambo gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Luella McAdams gave the devotional. Mrs. Jones served refreshments of cake, coffee and cold drinks. Mrs. Guy Rounsaville. closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Hester Hosts Class Esther Sunday School Class of Memorial Baptist Church met Monday night with Mrs. Jeff Hester. Eight members and two guests were present. Mrs. W. E. Gillispie opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. A. L. Richardson, class teacher, gave a devotional using "The Christmas Story" for her theme. Mrs. Hester gave prayer following the devotional. Mrs. E. G. Lovell, president, conducted the business meeting, roducted the business meeting. Plans for a'Christmas social to be held Tuesday Dec. 19 were made. A pot luck dinner will be served in the nursery building and the Men's Bible Class of the church will be special guests. Gifts will be exchanged at this time. The class voted to buy flowers for the church for Christmas and prepare a basket for a needy family. Mrs. Lovell and Mrs. Nelson Betts were appointed to the committee to select the family. Mrs. Hester served refreshments assisted by Mrs. Elsie Fulgam. Lodge 57 Has Meeting Joy Rebekah Lodge Number 57 held its monthly social Monday night at the Lodge Hall. A Thanksgiving theme was used to decorate the hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Chester Renfro, Mrs. John Shinault and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Secret pals honored were Mrs. Virgil Hill. Mrs. John Shinault, Mrs. W. J. Willingham and Mrs. Sadie Minton. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Birmingham, Mrs. Jack May, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Shinault, Mrs. Willingham and Mrs. Paul Coggin. Refreshments of assorted party and iced drinks were served by the hostesses from a table overlaid with a gold cloth centered with a gold cornucopia filled with fruit. Olympic Games The Olympic games were started by the ancient Greeks. They arc named after the city of Olympia in Greece, where the first games look place. The events lasted for five days and were held every fourth year. GO CLASSIFIED TOPS Club To Meet TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club will meet Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank. Anyone interested in the club lias been invited to attend. The United States has three million mohair - bearing Angora goats. HUFFMAN LUMBER COMPANY PRESENTS Maxsnes Arts of Memphis ONE OF A KIND WALL ACCESSORIES! Ladies. . -you will have to see this most unusual display of WALL ACCESSORIES. These items will make an excellent Christmas gift for that hard to please person on your list. You won't behove your eyes when you see this display. On Display at HUFFMAN LUMBER COMPANY 812 N. 6th Street Under New Ownership ANOE Cologne Imported from France. The famous CANOE. Citrus crisp, jight and lasting. To be splashed on after shave or shower. $5, $8.50, and $14,00. 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