The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1966 · Page 5
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Blyfhevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, August 4,1IM- P«g« flv« — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor <^">» ..... •»»•••' •f~*rv*S* •"*"*v\*VH'*Js^/WN-i-v'vf.••MSJNJI,. Air Force Family Scene By Mrs. Jean Williams Sgt. and Mrs. James Massey i Mrs. Dugard's husband was and children visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Massey, of Bay Village over the weekend. Their son, Tommy, spent two weeks with his grandparents. A family reunion was held in honor of Sgt. Massey's sister and family who will soon leave for Germany to join her husband. ' : .Sgt. and Mrs. S. D. Simer spent the weekend in Bolivar, Tenn. visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Perkins and Mrs. W. H. Simer. Denise and Buddy Duehemiro - have returned home after spend ing a month with their grandparents in Illinois. The 65th MMS Wives Club will hold their next meeting Aug. 12 at the Service Club at 1 p.m. Mrs. Midge Miller will be the hostess. FMS Wives Club recently held their meeting in the home Cf Mrs. Sue Rastatter. There were six members pres- jHit. Mrs. Rene Massey was welcomed as a new member. The Wives Club presented Mrs. W. T. Dugard a farewell gift, an engraved silver tray. Commander of the FMS. Beginning in August, the FMS Wives Club will meet at the Service Club, the fourth Tuesday of each month. All wives will be contacted later. You Are Invited To Hear Franklin T. Puckett, Evangelist Church of Christ Dyersburg, Tenn. In a series of Bible Lessons. Aug. 1-7,1966 Time . ...-.,.. 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ Main at Thirteenth Blytheville, Arkansas Miss Ford Honored By Mrs. Kenner A lingerie shower in honor of Miss Elaine Ford, bride-elect of Ronnie Goff was held at the home of Mrs. I.:ike Kenner Tuesday night. Special guests were Mrs. Eddie Ford, mother of toe bride- elect, and Mrs. Preston Goff, mother of the prospective groom. They were presented white carnation corsages. The honoree, dressed in a navy linen dress, accented with white accessories, was also presented a white carnation corsage. Winners in games conducted were Miss Peggye June Jarett and Mrs. Kenner. The prizes were presented to the honoree. The refreshment table was covered with an imported beige lace clothe, which was centered with a large bride doll. Mrs! Milton Snow assisted Mrs. Kenner in serving cake, ice drinks, coffee, mints and nuts. Miss Ford will wed Mr. Goff Saturday, Aug. 13. Garden Club ! Places Book East Side Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Bertie iawks Monday. Mrs. Mae Douglass was co-hostess. A poem from the yearbook was read by the president. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Henry Young. It was decided that a memorial book will be placed in the library for W. S. Allen. Members reported on experi- Club Scout Pack 97 held the July meeting at the base picnic area. Games and songs were enjoyed by everyone. Welcomed to the pack was \like James, who received his Sobcat pin. Mike Howard and Melvin Mac- Anally are the new den chiefs. Joey Duclos was awarded the Webelos Badge and graduated to Boy Scouts. Robert Sider received his Bear Badge. A gold arrow was awarded to George Champion, Den 3. Receiving silver arrows were •eorge Champion, Marc Charter, Stephen Curran, James Marsh and Tony Harrington. New Denners are George Champion and assistant denner Marc Charter from Den 3, and Roger Sider from Den 6. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Jay Sevier had as houseguests their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sevier and son, Scott, from Memphis Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Sevier also spent some time visiting her mother and family, Mrs. Leroy Taylor. Sgt. Taylor is away at school. The monthly meeting of the SACettes E.H. Club will be held this Monday in the home of Mrs. Jean Williams. Roll call for this month is "My Favorite Vacation." C-Msgt. and Mrs. Dale Taysom had an overflow of company recently. His brother and family,-Mr. and Mrs. Clint Taysom, and daughters, Diane and Donnie, from Idaho Falls, Idaho spent several days visiting. Before their departure, T-Sgt. and Mrs. John Oschep and sons, Kent and Ricky, arrived to .spend several days enroute to Duluth, Minn. Sgt. Taysom and Sgt. Aschep were stationed together in Tac- hikawa, Japan. Mrs. Dorothy Rhea and children, Chuck, Rhonda and Jeff, from Shreveport, La., are visiting friends on the Base. Mrs. Rhea and children are living in Shreveport while Sgt. Rhea is on an assignment in Alaska. The Rheas were stationed at Blytheville AFB for six years. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA THURS. FRI. SAT. SIGECQACH SAT. LATE SHOW 10:30 THE HEW HEIGHTS FRIGHT! ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY CARLOAD FOR $1.00 7 FACES OF DR. LAO' FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE If you flipped for Flippefi you'll roar with... PLUS mentil seed plintcd this spring. Program leader, Mrs. Howard Boweh gave a program on "Native and .Wild Flowers." . Mrs. W. L. Boren won the contest on the naming of native flowers. A poem, "The World Is Mine" was read by Mrs. M. H. Rogers. Hostesses served cake and punch. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Dave Abbott, with Mrs. C. C. Elliott and Mrs. Mike Meroney serving as co-hostesses. Coming Etents Thursday The Town and Country EH Club will hold its annual picnic in Walker Park at 6 this evening. Altrusa Club will hold a'board meeting at the Goff Hotel at 7 p.m. Base Garden Club will meet at Kingsley Hall at 1 p.m. Dixie Supper Club will meet at the American Legion Hut at 8:30 p.m. Town and Country EH Club will meet. Culbertson EH Club will meet. Friday Deborah Sunday School Class Of First Baptist Church will meet at 6:30 to ra covered dish supper. Dell EH Club will meet,iit 1:30 p.m. ^ • BAFB Catholic Ladies GuiJd will meet at the chapel annex. 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