The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1968 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 25, 1968
Page 2
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Four - Blythevffl* (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, Mirth », I9t» — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Banquet Honors Senior Class A banquet honoring the Senior Class of 19GB was given by (he Blylheville High School Par- eiU ./Teacher Association as-| sisttd by the Junior Class,; !u. .v i ';'', at the Junior High \ cafetorium. Bill Hnbbard. president of the junior class, was master of ceremonies, i -He introduced honored Riiesls,, J. K. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. j D. B. Meador, Mr. and Mrs. L. I D.--Harris, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. i ^OCd.vard, Miss Effie Lee Ter- to'.l. 'Mrs. liutli Lami. Miss Ann* Howcrlon, Don Hawk'cw ailjj James Raby. Richard Council, .president 'ftt, the-senior class, gave the invo- cation. Bill Caudill, at the electric organ, provided music. A graduation theme was used in decorations. Silhouettes of graduates, and programs tied as diplomas with maroon ribbon, were used on the tables. The head table was centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums, carnations and gladiola and graduate silhouettes. A skit depicting the senior • class members entitled "Slash, In" was presented by Bill Hubbard, Clark Long, Grace White, Ginny Games, Vivian McAdoo, Nancy Burks, Phyllis Easley, Lou Elchicson, Deborah Gilbert Linda Allcnsworth and Elizabeth Haincs. Junior girls who served were: Nancy Burks, Sheila Blasingame, Judith Edwards, Carol Griffin, Sara Hoke, Nell Smart; Vickie Bunch, Diane Strickland, Vivian McAdoo, Deborah Gilbert, Debbie Rhinehart, Teresa Greene, Terry Modinger, Teresa Briley; Teresa Mantz, Grace White Suella Turner, Debbie McCanless, Lou Etcliieson, Luanne Thornbrough, Elizabeth Haines and Becky Green. Mrs. Johnny White and Mrs. Harry A. Haines wens co-cbair- men for the arrangements. Social and Personal Notes iiave .as tlieir guests, their daughter, Niki, and Chori Kohler of Little Rock, both arc students at the University o! Arkansas. Melinda Guard, a student at William Wood College in Fulton, Mo., is spending the spring holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs, James C. Guard Jr. Dot Germain returned yesterday to Southern Illinois University in Carbondale after spend ing the spring break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Germain. Pat Adams, a student at the University of Arkansas, is spending the spring holidays with her mother, Mrs. Nellie Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Lowe are parents of their first child, (1 a u g h t e r, born today at Evanston Hospital in Evanston, 111. The baby has been named [.aura Michelle. Mrs. Lowe is in Room 2107. She is the former Miss JaNoel Smith. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe of Bly- Ihevilie and Mrs. W. Leon Smith of Chicago, formerly of Blylheville. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson had as tlieir week-end guusts tlieir daughter, Ann, of Tallahassee, Fla., Kelley Biles of Forrest City and their daughter, Susie, of the University of Arkansas. Roger Oldham of the University of Arkansas is spending the spring holidays with his Mrs. Lyle Wacaser, mother mother, Mrs. Leonard Oldham. I of Gary Elliott of Blytheville, IN AND AROUND ••••BLYTHEVILLE"" PTA Reports Central Parent - Teacher Association met Wednesday, March 20, with Mrs. Allen Bush, presiding. The Pledge of Allegiance was „,„ „ ,„.„.„. „ ,.-. led by Den One, Troop 104, of T~" H rrfixlv ' !en(s > Mr - and Mrs ' Fletcher | the Cub Scouts. Fifteen guests were present Higgins. _ i Mrs.. Driver Godley read the Billy Kelly, son of Mr. and | Mrs. R. W. Warren. Mrs. Leon Kelly, celebrated his 1 third birthday Saturday ttith a Mr. and Mrs. David Prince and children of Little Rock Dirnoav aaiuruay wim » — — -- , ... , at the W of Mr, E, spent the weekend wth er pa arid they were given favors of hat?, balloons and whistles. (feme winners were Brett RJchardson and Theresa Hardesly. Birthday cake, ice cream and punch were served by Miss Louise Hardesty and Mrs. Kel- ilr. and Mrs. Lester McGuffey and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alford McMager and family arid Miss Donna Duvall, all of Batesville, were the guests last weekend o£ Mr. and Mrs. Burl While. Mr. and Mrs. Burley Joe White are in Washington where they are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenny While and family. ^J. W. Walters was dismissed Wednesday from Chickasawba Hospital. rMrs. Claud Duncan was dis- ijiissed Tuesday from Doctors Hospital. •;''L. D. Wade is a patient in Doctors Hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. Olis Scratt re- {urned home Thursday from Henderson, Tcnn., where they Visited relatives. T. Lee Richardson was admitted Kenny and Melissa Prince; stayed for a longer visit with' their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Humble spent the weekend with her parents in Oklahoma. Mrs. Edna Davis celebrated her birthday with a dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hudson. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudson and daughter, Jan, Mr, and Mrs. minutes of the previous meeting and Mrs. Jan Rayder gave the treasurer's report. The president's message and the devotional Was presented by Mrs. William Shaneyfelt, third grade teacher. Mrs. Max Logan announced the report of the nominating committee for 1969 officers. They are: president, Mrs. Allen Bush; vice-president, Mrs. Ran- is with her daughter, Mrs. Ed-j die Wilbanks Jr., who is a patient in a Memphis Hospital. Stephen Deen is spending the spring holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elwoad Deen. He is a student at the University of Arkansas. Miss Alice Hudson spent last Ricky and Cathy Eoff have i week with her parents, Mr. and returned to Arkansas State Un-JMrs. Charles T. Hudson, iversity after spending the] She returned Salurday to spring holidays with their moth, er, Mrs. Ben Eoff of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke Enid, Okla., where she is enrolled as a freshman at Phillips University. Area Captions Named For Cancer Crusade aaugmer. Jan, Mr, ana Mrs. ,,,',,,' ,„,„ Wallace Hudson and daughter. *•» '' awks >. SeCre ^' Carolyn, Mrs. Guy Samples! " m it™™*™" »>* U Mrs. Joyce Malone and Mrs. Cletus Hudson and daughters. Mrs. Stella Howard is a patient in Doctors Hospital. .niiiiiniiiiiiBiiiifiBiiiiiiiiinmiiimminiiiiiiissffliiiiiiiiiiiiHi 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health qniiMiii'wniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiniiniiii Worthinglon, 'assistant county agent, were special guests to Chickasawba Hospilal Sun-; w | len ' Lucky Clover 4-H Club day. | observed Good Nutrition Week with a breakfast at the Rustic Inn, Saturday morning. Other guests and leaders present were Linda Stilton, Mrs. Preston Ramey, Mrs. Jim Tom Weathers, Mrs. Jim Burks, and Mrs. Haskin Mitchell. The 28 persons who attended were registered by R e t h a Weathers, who used various fruits made from construction " Thelmer Ray returned home Sunday afler a visit with Mr; find Mrs. Mclvin Eslep in Jonesboro. .', Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms and daughter, Janelte, spent the weekend in Charleston, Mo. Jilh his sister, Mrs. O'llie Mc•Tigue, and Mrs. Ozella Scott and daughter, Carol Sue. •• Mrs. Lee Hawkins is visil/g Jim Tbompkins; and treasurer, Mrs. Jan Rayder. The program chairman, Mrs. Alvis Carpenter, introduced Major Caldwell, director of the Blytheville YMCA. His subject was "Physical and Mental Health." , Principal Bill Livingston announced that Central School won the PTA Founder's Night Prize, a check for $25. The room count was won by Mrs. Lipscomb and Mrs. Shaneyfelt in the primary grades and Mrs. Simon and Mrs. Simpson in the intermediate grade. Hostesses to the group was the third grade mothers. the Good Nutrition theme, Susan Ramey served as mistress of ceremonies. The welcome was given by Pain McHaffey and pledges were led by Dee Ann Weathers and Jim Tom Weathers. Nancy Burks brought the devotional and Philip Sutlon gave the invocation. Mrs. Tommy Young, North ] Mississippi County Cancer Cru-' sade Director, announced that the kick-off meeting for the Cancer Crusade will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative Building. Area captains are: Blytheville residential, Mrs. Erich Lehmann Jr.; Business, Mrs. Randall Hawks; Promised Land, Mrs. J. E. Beasley; Clear Lake, Mrs. Bob Jackson; Dell, Mrs. Braxton Gill; Yarbro, Mrs. John Johnson; Burdette, Mrs. Bill Sullivan; Armorel, Mrs. James Thomas; Barfield, Mrs. A. B. Stinnett; Half Moon and Lone Oak,- Mrs. Claude Duncan and Mrs. Max Riggs; Gosnell,' Mrs. James SouUiard, Manila, Mrs. Madge Brown and Mrs. J. D. Cheadle; Whistleville and Roseland, Mrs. William H. Knight; Number Nine, Mrs. Reece Moore; Leachville, Mrs. Margaret Gillespie; Cole Ridge, Mrs. V. A. Brothers; Huffman and Hickman, Mrs. J. A. Seivert; Tomato, Mrs. Lorene Mitchusson; New Liberty, Mrs. Ed Bunch and Mrs. R. D. Nash; and Flat Lake, Mrs. Bill Stovall Jr. Lost Cane, Sandy Ridge and Dogwood chairmen will be announced later. Education chairman is Mrs. Joseph McHaney, special service chairman is Mrs. Leroy Ross and memorial chairman is Mrs. Frank Harshman, Mrs. Forrest Moore is-president of the North Mississippi Unit. - .;. . lUla. U<;t ll« la 'lon«i(, HUIlS llltKIC lIUlll CUIIbll UUUUII in Tennessee with her son andip a p er f or name tags and told flaughler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. -T. C. Hawkins. ' Mrs. Loyd Poff is a patient in Doctors Hospital where she underwent major surgory recently. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Edelen isnd children returned to their each person's "fortune" by their choice of fruit. The program covers were designed to represent large red apples and were made by Deena Sutton and Debbie Goff. The tables were decorated by Brenda Brothers and Pain Mchome in St. Louis, Mo., after jHaffcy who used arrangements visiting her parents, Mr. and, of artificial fruits to carry out B&PW Has Recent Safety Program at the Rustic Inn HONORED — Richard Hipp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Hipp of Blytheville, recently was named Arkansas' Outstanding Young Man of 1967 by the Arkansas Jaycees. Hipp was one of three men so honored from a field of 33 nominees. Jan. 22 Hipp also received the Fayetteville JC's top award when he became the recipient of the club's distinguished service award. Miss Tannda Langston Is Honored with Tea Saturday A tea honored Miss Tannda Langston, bride-elect of Gary Wayne Elliott, Saturday afternoon from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. at Blytheville Country Club. Hostesses were Miss Barbara Dukes of Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs G. 0. Poetz and Mrs. Louis McWaters of Blytheville. Out - of • town guests attending were from Memphis, Corning, Jonesboro, Brinkley and Osceola, Special guests were^Mrs. Sam Manatt Sr., aunt of the groom of Corning,: Mrs.. Sam .Manatt Jr. and Mrs. F. B. Manatt, cousins of the groom of Corning and Mrs. J. A. Wroten of Brinkley/ Ark. Miss Langston was attired in a teal blue princess-styled dress with rhatciiirig accessories. The waist of the dress was caught with a rhinestone buckle. Mrs. Charles C. Langston, mother of the bride-elect, wore a tangerine crepe d r e s s by Werle, with matching accessories. . • • They were presented white orchid corsages. A spring bouquet of flowers in a cherub holder formed th« : centerpiece. Pink tapers in' a cherub candelabra complemented the pink in the arrangement. ' •• •-• : Assorted party foods and "punch were served. Miss Margaret Wroten Me- Waters was in charge of "the guest book. : . , ! ; 'iiiose assisting ' in serving were Mrs. Dan Caldwell, • Mrs. Charles C. Langston Jr., 'Mrs.- Randolph Fussell and Mrs. Oliver Coppedge Jr. • Miss Lan"ston was presented a place setting in her chosen c ba by t.:e hostesses. Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club met last week at the Rustic Inn with Mrs, Madelynne Vancleve, president, presiding. Mrs. Pauline Carmon gave the club collect. Mrs. Virginia Austin, special chairman for the Safe Woman Driver Committee, presented <* program on safety. ' Those assisting on the pro- i Tables were decorated in * ' St. Patrick's Day Theme and Mrs. Austin won the door prize. New members of the club are Mrs. Sue Harding and Mrs. Cora Mae Johnsen. Mrs. Carmon, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Winnie King and Mrs. Beulah Moore were hostesses. Following breakfast, guests' gram were Miss'Pearl Lee, Mrs were led in group singing by g VH Ciller and Mrs. Emma Lou Anderson. Mrs. Austin introduced Sgt. Calvin McNair of the Blytheville Police Force who was in charge, of selecting a recipient nf l.-.c city's safe driving award. This year's .winner is Mrs. Carolyn Hill. Mrs. Austin presented Mrs. Hill with the award. WUI C HAI J'l £)' UUp 01115IIif-, uj Shirley Weathers and S h e r i Brown. Senior Sweepstakes winner was Susan Ramey and Junior Sweepstakes winner was Jim Tom Weathers. Remember Fray Your Paper Boy BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DRIVE-IN SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY LADIES & MEN'S PLAIN SUITS and DRESSES OR 3 K> R $ 2" ea. BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED & PRESSED SHIRTS5'o' $ 1 OR25c EACH ON HANGERS OR FOLDED W« Alto Do Khaki and Othtr Work Cloth.* If Hollandaise Sauce separates, you may be able to revive it by beating a little cream into it. A 1 3-4 ounce jar of red cinnamon candies makes about 1-4 cup. The candies are good to use with apples — baked, coddled or steamed. Usually the candies are melted in the.sugar syrup to be used with the apples. Coming Events Monday Gosnell Extension Homemakers Club Christ Methodist W.S.C.S. Homemakers Extension Homemakers Club First Christian Church Men's Fellowship meeting. First Christian Church General CWF Luncheon and Program Beacon Baptist W.M.A. American Legion Auxiliary Rebekah Lodge 18 Tops Razorback Trimettes Club Dell Baptist W.M.U. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 Tuesday Orpheus Music Club Parkside Garden Club Dell Kiwanis Club Officers' Wives' Club New- coiners' Coffee Mary Martha Sunday School class of Memorial Baptist Church Eastern S t a r Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern Star Business and Professional Women's-Club '••'.,,. Tuesday Dessert;.Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association Kickoff Luncheon, 12:30 Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. LangePTA Great Books Club Town and Country Extension Homemakers-Club Wednesday Bridge Club Armorel Baptist W.M.U. Down One bridge Club Chapter D. P.E.O. Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League Altrusa Club of Boytheville Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Duplicate Bridge League Sand's Motel Thursday Club Kibitzer Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Sand's Motel Class Has Meeting i Willing Workers Class of! First Bartist Cliurch met last week in the home of Maj. and Mrs. Charles L. Lansdale. . Jimmie Frances Conley gave the opening prayer. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, class teacher, gave the devotional. Those attending the meeting were Cindy French, PamXans- dale, Peggy Collier, :R6se Ann Roberts, Jimmie Frances Con : ley and Donna Westbrook. Refresl.ments of cupcakei and iced drinks were in keep* ing with a St. Patrick's Da j theme.. , Mrs. Outlaw gave the closing prayer. DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National) Holidays & Advance Admission Prices.) Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c — Children -35B."M6n; thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. K--u!ar admission 9flc & 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continuous from 2 p.m. 90c & Xto- MONDAY AND TUESDAY (GA) Police want him dead... ""'"'GEORGE HAMILTON JACK OF DIAMONDS COMING SOON TO THE RITZ BALLAD OF JOSIE — with Doris Day & Peter Gravel BERSERK _ With Joan Crawford & Ty Hatdin U. ROBINSON CRUSOE — With Dick Van Dyke THE HAPPIST MILLIONAIRE — With Fred MacMurraf ENTER LAUGHING — With Shelley Winters BAXLEY SHOES FORMERLY WHITE'S SHOES Change of Ownership SALE Boxley Shoes will be closed MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY in preparation of the final cleanup of existing shoes. Watch Wednesday's Courier News for details SALE BEGINS 9 A.M. THURS, MAR. 28 A Health Reminder YOUR BODY OFTEN NEEDS HELP If your body has a problem. It tries to can Hself. The blood sends white corpuscles to ffffct »ny invading term. For some ailments the' body form* an antibody which usually conquers. But •ften the problem cannot be solved by the body alone. It needs outside help. If distreu symptoms persist, If home remedies do not soon help you need a physician who will treat the cause and the odds are relief will come soon. He can prescribe the druf he think* will help you molt, from the thousands of prescription medicines we stock In our prescription laboratory.' - : youa DOCTOR CAN PHONE us when you attd a medicine. Pick up your prescription It thopplnc; nearby, or we will deliver promptly without eitra eharte. A treat many people entrust as with their prescriptions. May we compound an* UspeiiM yours? Plaza W A A SV EN Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Ph. PO 3-4507 Blythevllto

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