The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1968 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 8, 1968
Page 9
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MyAwflh (Art.) Courier We*» - Mtm%, April », 10*8 - Psg« lf»»t TO PERFORM - Blylheville Senior High School Concert Band, under the : at 3 p.m,preceeded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m., will be held direction of Bob.Lipscomb, Will present the program at the meeting of Blythe- .in the high school auditorium, ville Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday. The meeting. . . .-. . " ^ IN AND AROUND •••*•••« BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. Linda Gee of Blytheville is a patient to Chickasawba Hos 1 pital. ;•'-• Miss Kathy :Skelton, ; -..daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Skelton, was admitted Wednesday, to-Doctors Hospital. ; R.' E." Davis' 'is a patient in CMckasaWa' Hospital. • : ';." ' Mr; and Mrs. Arthur Henson of Alabama are now making their home at Half Moon. Mrs. Bill Estes is Visiting'.her mother, Mrs, Alva Brinkley at Tuckerman this week. ••••Mrs. Grant Varnes of St. Charles, Mo., and Mrs. Bertie Staples of Charleston, Mo., are to arrive this weekend to visit their sister, Ruth McClanahan and their niece, Mrs. Howard Haynes, to Doctors Hospital where she underwent major surgery Tuesday. . Mrs. LoU Ella McFalj is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital Room B-34. Luxora News By Mrs. A. J. Hill Chickasaw Saddlers Club Sees Arabian Horse Film The film "Introduction to thei Arabian Horse" was shown Saturday 'night 1 when members of the Chickasaw Saddlers Club met for their regular monthly meeting at Dogwood Clubhouse. The film and accompanying literature, which was distributed to members/ was from the | International Arabian Horse Association. ' : . Betty Newcomb gave the secretary's report 'and Mrs. Dan- ny Smothers gave the treasurer's report. • . . : . Leon Franks; president, presided over the business meeting. o E T y Phyili* Reed Society Editor 30 Attend Gloss Reunion T!ie second class reunion of he . 1927 and .1928 .graduating classes of Cooler High School was held Saturday, March 30, in Mrs. Humphrey's Dining Boom in Blytheville at 7:30 p.m. Members of the 1923, 1924, 1925 and 1926 graduating class of Cooler were invited to attend. Thirty guests were present. A reunion has been scheduled again for next year. A fellowship supper was held Wednesday night at the First Baptist Church 'In-Luxora. Seven members of the First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union attended the 79th annual W.M.U. meeting recently in West «j»^» iy in weal memi/ms. Mr,:and. Mrs. Cecil Poff and| Mr., and Mrs. William Kelch and family were guests, of Mr. " ' children of St. Louis spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Poff. Mrs. B. F. Gay Sr. of Half Moon is visiting in Memphis With her Son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay Jr. Mrs. Wesley Morris of Tempi^ Tex., spent last weekend with her sisters, Mrs. Lucille Painter of Blytheviile and Mrs. Louise. Bynum of Luxora. Mrs. Pearl Thomas was dismissed Wednesday from Chickasawba, Hospital.. : 'Sgt. and Mrs. Donald R'; West and son of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., recently spent a week with their parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Stanley West of Blytheville and 'Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tucker of Dell. World Affairs Program At B&PW Meeting 'Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club will meet Tuesday night at the Rustic Inn at 7. Hostesses Irene Hubener, and Mrs. Claud Henderson in j Maud Godwin and Katherine Osceola, Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Thweatt visited in Memphis Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Sandra McManis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanford of Bixby, Okla., and Harry Stanford visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hardin and Mrs. A. E. Beasley in Lexington, Tenn., Sunday. '.•'.. The W.M.S. met Monday In the home of Mrs. Walter Wood with 10. members attending. . Mrs. Bliott Bryeans was leader of the Royal Service program. • • . Mrs. Wood served refreshments of pie and cake. Mr. and.Mrs. Frank Shep\, A »»• if •*.,» T „„» person and children of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Love- ^ M Mr and Mrs Frank Shepperson over the weekend. ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callis Sr. less are parents of a daughter born March 19 at Doctors Hospital. She has been named Dana Kay. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Estes and Mrs. Bertha Loveless, all of Blytheville. Mrs. Bill Estes and granddaughter, Teresa Davis, spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. George Beasley at West Memphis. Mrs. Ethel • Storey is a patient in Millington Naval Base Hospital, Tenn. where she underwent major surgery recently. Mrs. Joann Williams' ef Blytheville Air Force Base was dismissed Monday from Scott Air Force Base Hospital, HI., where she underwent recent- major surgery. ,.'',, Mrs. Viola Tucker and : son, Danny, are now making their home in Chicago, • : ••'• Mrs. Maggie Quarles a n d daughter, :Shirley, returned home Saturday after a two-week visit with their son and brother, Jesse Quarles, and Mrs. Quarles. Mrs. Mollie Webb is a patient Mann, may be contacted for reservations. Helen Abelhouzen will be in charge of the program on world affairs. Firm Support If you need a string yet lightweight support for ankles, wrists or knees during hectic summertime activities, try a-new shortie elastic bandage. It's only three yards stretched and provides firm support with less bulk than regular elastic bandages, making you cooler and more comfortable while, you play. attended an R.E.A. state board meeting in Little Rock Tuesday and Wednesday. While there, they attended the "Olde W e's t Dinner Theatre production of "Two for the See -Saw,"- THOSE HORRID AGE SPOTS 4 J^^MttlS f^.g^sr*^ s&^&W&s SSjfSdteOewJoSt.r.P* norms* *>*»#»!««** Plaza Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING „,. CENTER ........ It's Dress Up TIME FOR EASTER Cinderella has a ball Just bubbling about Iwr Soring ihirHing wtth H» flefiwr pew.r btltl In finwlika 100% rayen, wHfc fly-front, low ptfaittfld daliy b«lt~jwt biwting wife JMhiM powi hi puM efok W, id yellow. Sim 7-14 A cook-out to be-held'this month and a trip to the West Memphis Saddle Club were dis-j cussed. :. - • i It was announced that match- ng shirts for all members' of he club have been Ordered. New members of the club are ilr. and Mrs. Raymond Riggs and family; " • • Mr. and'Mrs. Wally Hatfield attended as" prospective rnem- >ers and Diana Babbs attended as a guest. ! The Danny Smothers Family were "hosts for the social hour. At next month's meeting, a slide lecture on the pinto horse and films of the club's recent cattle drive will be,shown., Ninth Birthday Is Celebrated Tim Ray celebrated his ninth birthday with a skating party Thursday at Walker Park Roller Drome. Bobby Halsell, Leigh Westbrook and Jesse Westbrook were game winners. Twenty guests attended. Miss Emily Jo Ray was host- PO 3-4461 1 ess, 200 EAST MA IN 5T. AT&IXTH£VIU* Tim ; is the ..son .of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ray. N E W s Ever combine mashed pota toes with mashed white tiir nips? You can use potatoes that are "instant" from a pack age, .but -you'Jl have to cook and mash the turnips. , Durable Linen Lineni one of the oldest apparel fabrics, has always been prized for its durability and washabiiity. It is now slated to offer stil another serviceability feature — a durable press finish so that linen garments will require little or no ironing after laundering, improperly dried in an automatic dryer. Honor Students Named At Leachville •~ •. • ••• .. • • *£% Joe Sharp has been named', valedictorian and Patricia Rose i has been named salutatorian of | lac 1968 graduating class, of Leachville High School. Mr. Sharp is the son of and Mrs. J. W. Sharp and jj/OJj Rose is the daughter of • and Mrs. Ralph Rose. A member of the basketball' earn, Mr. Sharp has a 3.89; grade point average and Miss i Rose has a 3.68 grade poiriiU. ; •She has been a menibecJiE < the student council for years. • : ' Hottest Fabric 3g Fashion reporters are calling : polyester/cotton voile tlie 3JBS test fabric in the market. B||jf .solid' colors and prints are belli widely-used for dresses, blqppg and children's wear. This sljeef fabric is popular because it "flew forms well, is. crease-resispjn| launders easily, dries quickies HOLY WEEK SERVICES APRIL 7tlvl2th — 7:30 P.M. LAKE STREET METHODIST Rev. 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