The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 19, 1968
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four- Blythevfflt {Arfc.y Courier lfaw» - M<«y, AptB 1», ft* — Society News — Ph. PO 3-4461 s, PLAY TONIGHT—The senior class of Ma- price is 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for i'pila High School wUl present "(Suit Your Kid- children, idling" tonight at 8 at the school. Admission f>TA Reports i? sBlythevffle Junior High School Parent - Teacher Association nVet in the school cafetorium at; 3 p.m. Tuesday preceeded b£ an executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. President, Mrs. Kenneth Gip- sjbh called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of 41- legiance. 3nrs. Wayne Friday gave the devotional from the 24th chapter of Luke, verses one through $. ' JThe president's message was by Mrs. Bob Payne. ^Mrs. Sam Haynes introduced Mfs. J. K. Williams, who presented the program "Are We fibbing Our ChUdren to the Social World?" ;^During a short business meeting, the nominating committee presented the new slate of officers. --They were voted on and elected. Installation of officers will be May 21. -Officers are: president, Mrs. Arthur Harrison; vice-president, Mrs. John Ed Regenold; treas- Ufer, Mrs. Bill Bracey; and see- rsjary, Mrs. Peggy Godley. •Mrs. Betty McHaney won the room count. : C. C. Dulaney reported that the'shrubs the PTA purchased, Have been planted. •VMrs. Gipson announced the state convention will be in Littie Rock April 2B and 29 and Mrs. Herbert Hardin announced tjj'at the city council meeting would be April 26 beginning at S;30 a.m. in the Mississippi County Electric Co-operative, Sic. building. ^Refreshments were served by the executive board. :: Gosnell Parent - Teachers Association elected officers for the 1968-69 school year Monday. ('•Lt. Col. George E. Funk was elected president. : .'Other officers selected by the membership were: Maj. Charles E. Edwards, vice-president; Mrs. A. G. Pianalto, secretary; Mrs. Charles R. Massey, treasurer; and Oscar Ford, parliamentarian. ; The new officers will take office at the final meeting of the present school year. i : Eight Attend I Class Meeting ^Deborah Sunday School Class <if First Baptist Church mel Tuesday night in the home ol Mrs. J. P. Friend, with eight members present. KMrs. Russell Wert, president, presided over the meeting. ;-Opening prayer was by Mrs. fibrdon Harris. J-.Mrs. Bill Woods read the mingles of the previous meeting ii the absence of the secretary and gave the treasurer's report. T^Mrs. Addie Halstead gave the devotional "The Scriptures" am Mrs. Harris gave the devotional «Wayside Witness." *• Closing prayer was by Mrs Pen Rushing, class teacher. •':; Refreshment* were served. fc'Wten you are barbecuing gpare ribs in the oven, ar- ftnge tie ribs in * tingle layer in the pan so they can get ten benefit of tht Miiet ind code and brown evenly. Mrs. Carl Gentry was honored with a layette shower Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. 'aul Goodman at Gosnell, Hostesses were Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. James Daniels. Twenty guests and two spec- al' guests, Mrs. Joe B. Evans, mother of the honoree, and Mrs Violet Show Discussed At Meeting African Violet Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. W. L. Boren. Mrs. J. A. Breysacher, president, opened the meeting by reading a poem from the year- jook. Mrs. Boren led in prayer. Seven members and one guest, Mrs. Edna Keltner, at;ended. A round table discussion on tips for African Violets was held. Mrs. M. H. Rodgers, leader, discussed the violet show to be leld April 28 in Memphis. Coffee, cold drinks, cake and cookies were served by the hostess. Mrs. Bertie Hawks will be lostess for the May Zl meeting with Mrs. Russell Wert as co- aostess. Layette Sbower Honors Mrs. Gentry Tuesday ! Molly 'Channell, grandmother of Mr. Gentry, attended. Mrs. Gentry was presented a novelty corsage. Refreshments of cake, shaped like a baby bootie, and coffee were served. Mrs. Pauline LaFarlette, Mrs Alex Daniels and Mrs. Charley George were game winners. Mrs. Berryman To Appear On TV Show Mrs. Robert Berryman of Brooklyn, N. Y., daughter-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman of Blytheville, will appear on the television Show "Eye Guess" April 30. The show will be telecast Tuesday, April 30, at 11:30 a.m. on Channel 5. Bridge Winners Announced For City Tournament Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League met 'Wednesday apd Thursday nights at the Razorback Restaurant for the Blytheville City Bridge Tournament. Players from Blytheville, Osceola and Jonesboro participated • ,. , Overall winners were: first, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Jesse White; a tie for second and third, Dave Vasvurg and Mrs. Bill Nash, both of Jonesboro, and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Frank Grigsby; Fourth, Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. S. E. Tune; and fifth, Stanley Cox and BUI Cox, both o£ Jonesboro. In .the first session Wednesday night, north and south winners were first, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. Bill Afflick; second, Mrs. Charles Larigston and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele; third, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Foy Etchieson; and fourth, Mrs. King Tetley and Bill Nash of Jonesboro. East and West winners were first, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Jesse White; second. Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. E. B. Gee; third; Dave Vosvurg and Mrs. Bill Nash, both of.Jones- boro; and fourth,. Mrs. Forest Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller. In the second session Thursday night, north and south winners were: first, Bill McMath of Osceola and M. M. Handle; second, "Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Foy Etchieson; third, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Jesse White; and fourth, Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. East and West winners were: first, Stanley Cox and BUI Cox; tie for second and third, Cliff Lardinois and Mrs. Jerry Reed and Dave Vosvurg and Bill Nash; and fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Jinx Herbert. Cold drinks and pie were served each night. Saturday, the Women's Championship Games will be played in two sessions, morning and afternoon, beginning at 9 a.m. at the Razorback. The league will play each Thursday night at 7:30 and each Saturday at 1:15 p.m. All games will be at the Razorback. Mrs. Roberts Will Be Honored Sunday Mrs. Willie Roberts will be honored on her 95th birthday with a drop-in party Sunday, April 21. The drop-in will be in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Juna Watson, 400 S. Ruddle. Cake and punch will be served. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••..»•••••*•••«••< • Friday • Saturday "PROMISE HER ANYTHING" With Warren Bealty and Leslie Caron Relax: Go to a Movie! • Sun. • Men. • Tues. And • Wed. ashaM-slevailptstiCtiai; rotetuapr , raquei welch ' ELIAS Drive-In Theatre I Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA FRI. And SAT. LOOK INSIDE THE. HOUSE OF 1000 DOLLS COLORSCQPE «UU MMfen MMMtiMIl PicMm Plus •APACHE UPRISING" • Sun. • Mon. • Tues. Gordon Eastman's "HIGH WILD AND FREE" — Plus THUNDER ALIEY Beta Sigma Phi Elects City Council Officers The Blytheville Beta Sigma Phi City Council met'recently for their April meeting at the Razorback Restaurant. Thirteen members attended. Mrs. Quincy Hodge, president, presided over the meeting which was opened by repeating the opening ritual. The announcement was wade that a state convention wUl be held in El Dorado on May 17, 18 and 19, and that there will be a chartered bus going from Jonesboro to the convention. Founder's Day program will be held Tuesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. The four chapters' "Girls, of the Year" will be honored at this time. Mrs. Henry Burke is chairman for Founder's Day. Mrs. Roland Steward, chairman of the Woman of the Year Tea, announced final plans for the tea to be held, April 21 in the.home of.Mrs. W..A. Hart. The following officers were elected to serve for 1968-69: president, Mrs. John Kersnicfc; vice-president, Mrs. Raymond Miller; secretary, Mrs. Roland Steward; and treasurer, Mrs. Leon Meador. The meeting was closed by repeating the closing ritual. •. The next meeting will be May 14 at the Razorback. Dance Classes Will Begin; Saturday The Blytheville Air- Force Base "Gliders" Round Dance Club announced that new classes will begin Saturday at 7:30 p.m. There will be no charge for classes which will be held every other Saturday through June. The classes will be at Kingsley Hall Service Club. Round dancing is a ball room type dancing with specific patterns, according to a club spokesman. Dance instructors will be Ed and Arline Carter. Couples and interested persons have been invited to attend. Mrs. Wildy Gives Study "That I Might Live Unto God,"': based, on the book, of 'Galations, vw'as the Bible, stu'dy presented Tuesday by Mrs. Charles Wildy at the Christian Growth meeting of Lutheran Women's Guild. The hymn was "Chief of Sinners Though I Be," with Mrs. Narsh Benson at the organ. Mrs. Don Prevallet presented the topic, "Second and Third Journeys of Jesus", carrying out the theme, "So Walk with Him." The Lutheran Women's Missionary League Zone Rally will be Thursday, April 25, in Corning, Ark.. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark, LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE 'THE BLUE MAX" — with George Peppard 'WEEKEND AT DUNKIRK" — with Jean Paul Belmondo SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE Shootin' his way through hell to FORT RAH PLUS CARTOON SUN. • DOUBLE FEATURE MOM. • TUES. Pjjm MARTIN I ROUONNIQHT IN JERICHO E.H.C Meeting Notes The Extension Homemakers County Council meeting will be Tuesday at the Mississippi County Electric Co-operative Inc. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Forrest Moore will speak on cancer and show slides. A demonstration oh decorative pillows will be shown and crafts will be shown by different club members. The state-wide E. H. Club project on the history of cemeteries will be discussed and projects for E. H. Club Week will also be planned. Gosnell and Armorel - ettes E. H. Clubs will be hostesses. Classes Meet For Supper Golden Rule and Men's Bible Class of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pruitt for their monthly meeting and po.t luck supper. Twenty-three members attended. The meeting was opened with prayer by Jim Friscke; The business meeting was presided over by Mr. Pruitt. Gene Carico gave the devotional entitled "Worthiness." The next meeting will be in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Lee. Mrs. M. L. Jestus gavt the dismissal prayer. Mrs. Taylor Hosts Club Wednesday Bridge Club met in the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Prize winners were Mrs. Sam Black and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. t Mrs. Henry Humphreys attended as a guest. Mrs. Louis McWaters will be hostess for next week's meeting. Cub. Boj, tighter SCOUT NEWS Boy Scout Pack 478 will have an awards meeting tonight at the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company; at 7:30. Parents have been urged to attend with their sons. Bridge Club Meets Tuesday Mrs. E. M. Regenold was hostesses Tuesday for Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Ralph Robinson of Wilson attended as a guest. Mrs. Jesse Taylor won high, Mrs. Riley Jones •• won second high and Mrs. Doyle Henderson won bridgo. Mrs. Taylor will be hostess for next week's meeting. WHS Choir To Present Music Program,, The Wilson High School Bulldog Choir will present a special musical program, "Country and Western Jubilee," tonight and Saturday night, April 19 and 20, at 7:30 in the Wilson High School Cafetorium. The program will consist of several of the tunes associated with country and western music such as "Oh, Lonesome Me," "Tumbling Tumbleiweds," "San Antonio Rose," "I can't Stop Loving You," and "Wagon Wheels." There will be a drama spoofing the typical country and western television show and a salute to Hank Williams with such favorites as "Your Cheating Heart" and "Jambalaya." • Tickets are on sale and may be purchased from any choir member, and they will be sold at the door. Admission is $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. Card Of Thanks We would like to take this opportunity to thank our many friends and neighbors for food, flowers, cards and words of sympathy during the death of our husband and daddy, Mr. Edward E- Ash. Special thanks to Dr. Sims, the staff at Doctors Hospital, and to Mr. Joe Osipuk. 7k* Minnit Ash family NOW SHOWING 5 Academy Awards Nominations Won Nomination For Best Directed Picture 'ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!" JOSEPH E LEW* MIKE NICHOLS- LAWRENCE TURMAN "DONT MISS ITI" -NSC-TV This is Benjamin, He's a little worried about his future. TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION* «"«>SS'"Ctu«Isuuic : • THF RnAnilATr I Ilk HllfllCVnik (A)— Suggested For Mature Audiences Shows at 2, 4, 6, 8 P.M. (Last Show at 9:15) ADMISSION: ADULTS 1.50 CHILDREN 75c Enjoy This Wonderful Picture In Our New Rocking Seats! COMING SOO!>» TO THE RITZ TO SIB WITH LOVE — With.Sidney Poitier JUNGLE BOOK — Walt'Disney Cartoon Feature . DID YOU HEAR ABOUT TRAVELING SALESLADY — Pny> " S Ho'w TO SAVE A MARRIAGE — Dean Martin & Stella Stevem GOOD, BAD & THE UGLY - Clint Eastwood = WHERE ANGELS GO — Rosalind Rnsseli & Stella SUveni IN LAS VEGAS MR. & MRS. BOB McFARLAND Mr. and Mrs. Bob McFarland would like to extend their personal thanks to all Mr. McFarlahd's customers and friends for making this trip possible. The trip was presented to Bob and wife for his outstanding Mercury sales record for the month of March. While in Las Vegas ttiey will attend th« Las Vegas Invitational Golf Tournament and be a guest of Arnold Palmer. They left on the trip today and will return April 22. In the same contest Mr. Bob Littrell, General Manager of Littrell- O&ier Ford Sales, won a Deep Sea Fishing trip to Biloxi, Mississippi. LITTRELl-OZIER FORD SALES BLYTHEVILLE

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