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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 20, 1968
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Blythcvflle (Arit.) Courier Hews — Saturday, April SO, MW - Pap Fh»,. AS THE TWIG IS BENT - For the first year In its history, all elementary grades at Gosnell are participating m regularly-scheduled physical education (PE) classes Keeping their noses to the grindstone are the boys sixth grade class of Mrs Sandra Goodwin and the girls taught by Mrs Carolyn Grooms Exercises (as shown) and/or relay races make up the PE period, according to Mrs. Grooms. (Courier News Photo) WILSON NEWS ••••••••••••••••••••• MRS. W. ••••••••••••*•*••••••••••••••••••• 'Mr and Mrs 0 E Sadler were hosts to the Couples Bridge Club last Tuesday night at their home. During games lemon ice box pie and coffee were served Winners at bridge were Mr J G Perry and Mrs. E. D. Beall. Mrs Donme McDaniel entertained her bridge club last Thursday night at her home with all members present. ''Winners at bridge were Mrs John Cram, high, Mrs W A Hogan second high and Mrs McDaniel was bridgo winner. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Tram. mel of Columbia, Mo., spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs Jack Trammel and Jackie last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beal had as their dinner guests last .Friday,.night Mr. and Mrs. John Bower! and "Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes of Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. "Robert Walker, o'f Marked Tree. •••'-• in the bridge games that followed Mrs. Boweh and ''Mr. Stokes were high scorers. The Walkers, who were recently married, were presented a gift by the hosts. Mrs': Walker is the former Mrs. Otis Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Trammel of Columbia, Mo., Miss Jackie Trammel and Miss Kay Hogan were in Jonesboro .last Wednesday night. Kay and Jackie went especially to see "The Lettermen" concert. Wilson High School has two library clubs .this year — junior and senior. The Junior Library .Club members meet every week. They have programs for the holidays; such as, Halloween, .Thanksgiving, Christmas and . St. Patrick's Day. They are. now giving:-book reports, about books,which they like, to help members to know good books. trict meetings ville and Leach The junior clu school annual fi and have donate books, "The Ra Bible Stones" for Teens " The Senior Lil been busy with Ed Perry, presi dent of District Student Librarians for this year John F. Bearden, mentarian. family. eon at 12:15. . Hostesses vs Grain Jr.; Mr T. J. McAfee Jr.; Wilson III,; Mrs. J. Mrs. C. L. D J. C. Perry. Hostesses were for the meats, i with members presided over Gwyn, president, dances which ••••••••' i for April 12 and 13 were post- 1 poned until May 17 and 18 I Mike Wilson, who spent a OGAM. it. •••••**•• *nded the dis- at Crawfords- 'ille D bought a r the library, i two religious inbow Book of and "Devotion rary Club has district work. dent, is presi- s Association meeting in arch 28, 1968, n, Jr, Leach- principal, was the program. . eighth ,;grade ind a ,| vocalist High School en- car selections; t 196&69 school i and installed. rom the Wilson jelected parlia- iSiini; ' '•• _L' imings ;spent Me Rock with Cummings and operative Club 1 meeting last le Club House. ed for a lunch- e Mrs. John Joe Elkin; Mr ; Mrs. R. E. L. J. E. Morgan; n Jr.; and Mrs E responsible inks and bread bringing vege- i desserts. Ceng table was an spring 'flowers'. seated at .card year in Korea with the U S Army, showed slides on Korea and displayed articles of interest which he purchased while there. The group enjoyed a style show with some of the members modeling fashions from Wilson Toggery Alodels were Mrs. Hudson Wren, Mrs. Blythe Clark', Mrs. Sudie Cecil, Mrs. J. D Rankm, Mrs Gilbert Wiley; Mrs. W. J. Alexander, Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Mrs Albert Greenwell and Mrs. Levi Cissell. Door prizes were won by Mrs J D. Rankm, Mrs J. G Gwyn Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and Mrs Bill Powell. One' of the prizes was donated by; The Toggery and Mrs M Sano donated three bottles of soy sauce. Spec. 4 Ronnie Stanrod ar- rived.home last Thursday for a 3(Way> leave with his wife and two-mbnth-old daughter. He has just returned from-a tour of duty in Ankara, Turkey, and will go to Sinop, Turkey, when his leave expires. -He is visiting with his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. M: L. Stanrod and his .mother and father-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles . Vaughn. '•-.-•• Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lovett of Rideville, Miss., were weekend guests of his brother, J. B. Lovett and Mrs. Lovett. • The choir of the First Baptist Church presented an E'aster Contata ,last Sunday morning at H ; under the direction of John Dresbach. Rev. Ralph Stockemer acted as narrator, Mrs. C. E. Leftwich is the organist and Miss .Glenda Medlin is the pianist. Soloists were Bob Yates, Jdnie Miller arid John Dresbach. ' . _- — The annual Mother - Daughter Banquet of Wilson High School Future Homemakers of America was held Monday night, April 18, in the School ith white cloths Cafetorium. h jonquils. :ss. session fol- eon which was y Mrs. J. B! . Teen - age fere scheduled An evening . in Venice was the theme carried out in decorations. The Invocation was given by Christine Ezekiel, 1st vice-president. Dinner music was provid- ed by John Dresbach, who also accompanied songs by Jo Ray Anderson and Jame Miller The welcome was given by Kay Hogan, president, who presided over the meeting. Speaker for the evening was Jack-Sugg, head of the Physical Education Department of the school. The following officers were installed for 1968-69. President • Kathy Fleming; first vice-president - Frances Brower, second vice-president Paula Pierce, third vice president -Kathy Barnes; secretary Nan Hogan; treasurer - Jo Ann Hodge; historian - Judy Pemberton; reporter - Connie Cash; song leader - Margie Cash; pianist - Glenda Medlin. Advisor for this year is Miss Angle Emery. Chapter degrees were present ed to Paula Pierce, Fay Mauppins and Linda Yerby.. Those receiving junior homemaker degrees were Donna Beth Lawrence, Sherry Marmon, Nan Hogan, Linda Parker, Linda Newson and Kathy Barnes. Jack Catching, F. H. A. Beau for 1968, was recognized and given a gift from the chapter. Gifts were also presented t o JACOBY ON BRIDGE Ja c . On Beg. Sat. April 20 East mighty proud of himself as he entered 200 points on his side of the ledger. He had won the. first club, and led. a second cjubr-for South to ruff. South had led a diamond to dummy's king and played tha five of hearts. East had gone up with the ace and forced South with another club. South entered dummy with the ace of diamonds and led a heart to his king. This play was made to guard against- -the: unlikely chance. that East had started with the' singleton ace of hearts. 1 This was unlikely because West's two no-trump call h a d been the unusual no-trump to NORTH 20 AJ106 V J75 . +AK2 •*8654 WEST (D) EAST • ; *Void *Q9753 VQ83 VA6 A £1 T R ? 4 A 1 n £ 9 T *q! J o / * vlUuo • I&KQJ102 «|k A'9 3 SOUTH 4t AK8 4 2 VK 10 9 4.2 »96 • *7 . . North-South Vulnerable West North' East. South . Pass Pass Pass '.1 A 2N.T. 3* Dble Pass • PBSS Fa'sS' ' Opening lead— t K ask for minor suits . and he , • . • . . would not have made that more if you had just bid four with four hearts in his hand. Anyway, S o u t h did 1 e a d hearts and rose with his king. That gave him five tricks in, and he still made three more trumps to go down one. As we said before, East was mighty proud of himself. He chortled and said, "It -to ok real courage to double three spades after you had shown a minor suit had, and I sure defended the hand to the hilt." South said nothing, but West came to life with a few choice comments. He started with: "There is a close line between courage and bravado. You did double three spades and you did set them one trick. On the other hand you might well have doubled them into game. Further- clubs, the bidding would have been passed around to North. He would probably have doubled. If South left the double in,, you might well have made your contract. In any event you would not have gone down more than one trick, but the chances are that South would not have stood for the double. He woulc have gone on to four spades and you could have doubled thai and shown a real profit," "Furthermore," South added "There was no hurry a b o u 1 taking your ace of hearts. II wasn't going. to get away from you. If you had just ducked, the chances are that South would have played his 10 and yot would have collected 500 instead of 200." CONTESTANTS-A total of 28 youngster! participated.In this year's Mis-, iissippi County Spelling Bee, April 17. ; ; Winner is Louto Mayor Jr. of Gosnell, who will participate in. the Mld-South Spelling Bee in Memphis, April 26. Pictured are Ifront row, from the left): Oroeite -Gray, Sman Burton, 'Melody > Bryeans, Blan'Newcomb, Darlene Proffitt, Raphael Saliba, Gayle Welch and ftta Morse. Second row, from the lefts John peUnoo, Melank Flannigan, Gale.Chafin, Donna Dresbach, Vernice Black, Lula Hill arid Dana Marshall, third row, from the left: Juanita Jones, David'Weatherford, Flora Day, Cheryl Kellenw, Zenoblla Webster and the champion, Louis Mayo Jr, Par- •tieipating but not pictured are Cordelia Webster, Libby'Ellis, Sherry .Jones, ' KarenGryh'er, Sandra'SpeiiceV'Jackie Mixon flnd'Martlym Habey; (Courier Mem Photo) Mr. Dresbach, Miss Emery and Mr. Sugg. Mr. and Mrs. ..iickey Cissell and children of Joriesboro and tfr. and Mrs. Howard Cissell and children of Wynne spent ;he weekend with their parents, Mr: and Mrs, Levi Cissell. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bishop spent the weekend in Jonesboro with their daughter, Mrs, Donald and Mr. Patterson, and with Mrs. Bishop's mother, Mrs, Flora Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cummings and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Driver spent Sunday at. Hardy. Remember fay Your Paper Boy WJfllO SUNDAY, APRIL 81 12:45 THE BOSTON SYMPHO. NY ORCHESTRA Wagner's "Siegfried Idyll" and Beethoven's "Symphony No. 9." Erich Leinsdorf conducts. 2:30 ANTIQUES Steinware. A display of early German pottery. 3:00 N.E.T. PLAYHOUSE Olive Latimer's Husband. An Edwardian murder mystery about a beautiful woman who hastens the death of her rich husband so that she will be free to marry again. 4-15 TO BE ANNOUNCED 5:00 N.E.T. FESTIVAL The World of Kurt Weil!. Repeat. Lotte Lenya, Weill's widow, is joined by actor George Voskovec, to pay tribute in word and song to the great musician. 6:00 AWARD SERIES Fence Around The Amish. This sensitive and penetrating documentary focuses on the Amish community of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The story is told in paint and charcoal the "unwelcome camera." 6:30 BRIEF To Be Announced. 6.40 PROFILES IN COURAGE Hamilton Fish. As Secretary of State, Fish stands alone in counseling for a peaceful solution to the Cuban crisis of 1869.. 7:30 PBL timely and informative. Live and in color. MONDAY, APRIL K 2:30 ALL ABOARD >.. Daisy, iDaisy, Give Me Your Answer'True. 3:00 JOURNEY .the Hawaiian Way.. 3:30 THE BIG PICTURE Weekly Re.port. The U. S. . Army in action .around the world. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW The Adventures of Tom Sags yer continues. zs£ 4:30 AUTO MECHANICS Engine Tune Up' 1. test equipment,' Mr. Pine gives the engine a "complefii;J physical." 5:00 FOLK GUITAR Program JO. Laura fevie^j the arpeggio strum and : new'songs. 5:30 ECONOMICS The -Relative "Land of portunity." Arkansas econon|g ic development. - s5 6:00 ON HEARING MUSIC Js2 Easter Cantata. Americar2 composer Daniel Pink performs and comments the creative techniques aims of the composer. ^~. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW. •£?*: The Adventures of Tom Sa|§~ yer continues. ~5-: 7:00 ALL ABOARD ISD Daisy, Daisy, Give Me Your'T Answer True. ,, i 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Thi Hawaiian Way. 8:00 SHOWCASE . To Be Announced. 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF : Roast Leg of Lamb stuffed and coated with herbal mustard before roasting. 9:00 N.E.T. JOURNAL My Name Is Children. A documentary concentrating on a group of elementary school children and the educational stimuli "o f understanding; teachers and an environment;.' of freedom. ; „•;.-. a to to Be a year to have lived Do you remember- (maybe)??? • when Israel smashed the Arab armies inaoneweeKiSart?? „, « when SaltmfgaVe the moon program its biggest lift??? • when the Boston Red Sox almost did the impossible but finally yielded the World Series to the Cards? 2 ? • when Stalin's daughter provided the surprise and the literary sensation .of the year by fleeing to the United States and writing her memoirs? ? ? Yes , , . yoil probably do remember, right now. But memories of these and a thousand other events large and small will fade taster than you think unless you have prepared for the readers of this newspaper by Tto Associated Press, world's larjut news gathering organization, to bfefwUrn iertr, wWi! half agilrtt many color TiV THP WORLD IN 1967 '* BLYTHEVILLE, ARK., COURIER NEWS J'f BOX 66, POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. 12600 ± Enclosed is $.....„.;.: Please send ... copie« ^ of The World in 1967 at ?3.60 each to ; ; 1 Name .. Address City State Send gift certificate to same ... 11 a Zip.«•«•• If still available also send World in 1965 ($S) „_. ,„, World in 1966 (53)........ Lightning Out ofjsrael . <*2) The Torch Is Passed (f 2) Warren ' Report $1.50) —. ; -

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