The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1968 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, April 22, 1968
Page 3
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(At*.). Courier N«w-Mwiday, April g, MM — Pay tteM Union Mission Memorials The following list of Memorial contributions was recently received from Mississippi Coufr ty Union Misson. Ill memory of Mrs. Vcrna Craig from Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sticknwn, ' . In memory of Marcus Evrard from Mr. and Mrs. r- --'» s C. In memory of <r rard Langston. . In memory of Mi s. I. R. Johnson from Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Langston, Mrs. Sieg- hert Jiedel, Mrs. John F Lenti and Dr. and Mrs. Jarnes C. Guard. In memory of Mose Barko- vieh from Mr. and Mrs. 'Doyle Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch,-'Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Jefferies, Mr. and Mrs Jim Crafton, Mrs. Louise Stracke and Mrs B. F. Gay.- , In memory of Jesse Seeman from Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. < In memory of Ted Wah! from Mr. and Mrs. Shleburne Brewer. In memory of Mrs. J. A. Luckett from- Mr. and Mrs. Shleburne -Brewer. In memory of Mrs. -R. N. .Hill! from Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. In 1 memory; of ;L. A. "Doc" Rradsher , frpm Mr. and Mrs. Hugh WWtsitt ' ,..,;-. In memory of Ira ,Gray from Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, and Dr. and Mrs. F. ix»n Smithi 'Iri memory of Mrs. ,R. A. Pickens from Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith In memory of Mrs. Christine Little from Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith. In memory of Joe .Llntzenjck from Mr. and Mrs. Denny Hammond, Mrs. Tom Little ST., Mrs Sarah <Lunsford, Mr. and Mrs. H. A Haines,, Mrs Ernest Parker and Huffman Wholesale Supply - Employees. In memory of "Grandma Mill er" from Mr. and Mrs. Denny Hammnd. In memory of M. R. Golden from Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Golden In memory of Ruel Hatley I from Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hart, In memory of Mrs. Gertrude Warford from Mrs C. S. Smith. In memory of Rodney Banister from Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mrs. Tom A. Little Sr., Mr. and Mrs James V Gates and Mr.-ond Mrs George M Lee. •In memory of P. I. Secoy from Mrs. Siegbert Jiedel. Ron- nis Poet and Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Langston i In memory of Mrs Gewge 6 Yates. .from Mr .and 'Mrs Shau Vley wet of Hue, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell. In, memory of Rev, Frank 0. Anders from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anders. In memory of. Mrs. Nellie Maude Anders from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anders. In memory of F. Rowland Anders from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anders. Iri memory of John Cobpwood from Mr. Hugh Whitsitt. In memory of Marvin' Dilldirie from Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T. Elliott Jr. and Mrs. J, L Nabors In memory of 0. E. Quell- mal from Mrs. Lucille Quell- mal and Mrs. Elma Armstrong In memory of Russell Gaines frpm Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koonce and Mrs.'Ross Stevens. In memory of Riley Jones from Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Langston.. In memory of R: B. Stout from Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell S. Branson! In memory of R. . Stout from Mr. and Mrs. Uell S. Branson. In appreciation of Mr J. K. Williams and Family, Mr L. D. Harris and Family, Mr D." B Meador and Family and Mrs S. E. Harditt from Mrs. luelle Quelimal and Mrs. Elnia Armstrong. ' ; •NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on the llth day of March, 1968, by order of the County Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, the Town of Gosnell, Arkansas, was organized and incorporated in all respects according to law; and an election will be held on .the 28th day of May, 1968, at Gosnell High School at Gosnell, Arkansas, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock A.M. and 7:30 o'clock P.M. for the purpose of electing one (1) Mayor* one (1) Recorder and five (5) Aldermen to govern and manage the business affairs of said town from the date of said election until the next regular election of officers and until their successors shall have been elected arid qualified. All qualified electors within the boundaries and corporate limits of said town will be entitled to vote at said election. GIVEN this 19th day of April, 1968. ANDY BEVILL, Agent 4-22 Mecca, Medina, Fez and Al- lahabad are sacred cities to Moslems. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Joe Lester Mrs. Flossie'W i 1 s o n is at: home after- spending .several months in Memphis with her son and family," Mr. and Mrs, William Wilson. She also visited with her daughter and family, Mr. and''Mrs. Paul Casey of Paducah, Ky. The Caseys brought her home this week. Mrs. Will Ellis is a patient in Hayti Memorial Hospital, undergoing a series of tests and x-rays. Mrs. Gertie Ladd and Mrs. Maude Lahue visited with her Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Woody Howeren have gone to Baton Rouge, La., to make their home/ Their son Brent is-'remaining here until school is out. His grandmother, Mrs. ,Mollie Atkinson of Cooler, is staying here .with him. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert. Archer have moved back here after, working in Aurora, HI., for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Avis attended the funeral services Monday afternoon of Fred Glasscock, in Hayti, Mo. Mr. and ; Mrs. S. L. Lester and twin sons Jim and .Sam of Memphis,'and Mrs. Joe.Lester, were over-night" • guests in' the home of'their daughter and sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe D.. Samford of Marion, HI., Wednedsay. They.returned home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Crawford and son Marshall of Aurora, -01., spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. White L. Neal, and sons'Mich- ael and Charles.' Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCrary and son Kieth of-Marietta, Ga., spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson, his mother, Mrs. A., W. McCrary, and daughter Pam. Mrs. Johnny 'McCrary and son Kevin of St.,--Louta, joined them here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Culp. Mrs. Helen Bray and daughters Millie and Kathy and -Mrs % Jessie Walseh of Hayti, Mr. and Mrs..Elmer Davis and daughters, Vicki and Jeanie, Mrs. Grade' Culp, Mrs. Elsie Wamack .andi.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester«-w?re all guests Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Nat Nunnery took her husband to Doctors Hospital in Blytheville Friday. Sunday; the A. W. McCrary family of St. Louis visited with Mr. and Mrs.: Bill McCrary of Hayti,' Mo. Mrs. Johnny McCrary and son, Kevuij arid Pam McCrary of St. Louis, were overnight guests in the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester, Saturday night. Mrs. Pete Jordon and so'n Chuck of Eupora, Miss., spent Thursday through Saturday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Allie Hicks. They were dinner guests Friday of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Samford. Mrs. Doris Benard and daughter Diome of Steele were also dinner guests. Saturday afternoon the Jordans drove to Memphis and spent the night with, her.sister and husband, Mr. and' Mrs. Charles' Wattu'm, and drove on home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lester Wilferd" returned to her home -Thursday, after undergoing, surgery at Chickasawba Hospital "in Blytheville two" weeks 'ago. -':*.•*.* Miss Debra Threet of Arkansas State University spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Threet, and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Copeland recently moved here from Melbourn, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin Jr., Frank Copeland and Mrs. I. M. Trowbridge drove to Memphis Sunday to visit their brother and son, Russell Copeland, who is a patient at Bap list Hospital. 1 He- underwent surgery last week. Mr: and Mrs., J. E. Hicks and family of St. Louis spent last week -visiting in the homes of Mr. and'Mrs. I. M. Trowbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Atkins and Mr.-and Mrs. William Biggs and their families. ORE MORE MORE Mrs'. Mamie.Burress of Gadsen, Tennl, spent the week with her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Burress. Their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Massey of Rolla, Mo., spent the weekend with them. Mrs. A. W. McCrary and daughter Pam, Mrs. Johnny McCrary and son Kevin of St. Louis, visited with Mr. and Mrs. James McCrary of Hayti on their way back home Sunday afteroon. Mrs. Eula May, Haines of Miami, Fla., arrived in Memphis last Saturday ; :by plane for a two-week visit with her mother, Mrs. Vera Mosley, and other relatives. Her mother and her sister, 1 Mrs. Delofis Jarbro of Steele, drove down to pick her up. *• -.* * Mrs. Jerry King and son Gayland of Memphis spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Irene' Neeley," and. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blackley. Kim Lester of West Plains, Mb., was-a dinner guest Sunday of his grandmother, Mrs. Joe Lester. Mr.- and Mrs. James Culp Blytheville, were dinner guests Sunday.of her parents, ; Mr. and Mrs. Bill McArthur. Frank Copeland- was a patient .in Doctor's Hospital in Blytheville overnight Wednesday. The Ladies Bible study class met Wednesday afternoon at the church of Christ for their regular meeting. The c I a s s is taught by Dan Tonilinson, pastor of the church. Mrs. Emma G. Hunt and children, Doug and Karen, of Norvell Gulp of St. Louis, spent the weekend with Mrs. Willie Culp. They also visited the Alex and family and Mr. and Mrs. Culps. «*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• j WILSON NEWS I >•••••••••••••••••••• MRS. H. A, UOGAN, Jt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fender- grass and children of Corpus Christi, Tex., spent a few days last' week with Mrs. Pendergrass' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McAfee Sr. The McAfee family gathered on last Sunday for a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilson at Reiser. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson spent last weekend in Memphis with their son, Terry Robinson, Mrs. Robinson and children. They were there especially to celebrate Mrs. Ralph Robinson birthday with a dinner on Friday night. :'. '. Mrs. David Richardson, who has spent the last several months in Tampa, Fla., with tier daughter, Mrs. Jim Hunt, Mr. Hunt and children, returned home last week. Mrs. Hunt and daughter, Connie, accompanied her for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis and family. Miss Marilyn Lewis of Lambuth College returned to Jackson, Tenn., Monday after spending spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis. Jenny Gwyn arrived home last Tuesday from Mississippi State College for Women for spring break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gwyn. State College of Arkansas students home for Easter were Miss Bonnie Lawrence with her parents, Mr: and Mrs.'John Mooring; Cathy Whitaker with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whitaker; Handy Brigance with his mother; Mrs. Reba Brigance; and Miss Mary Flo Lindsay with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. W. A. Lindsay. An Easter theme was carried out in decorations when Mrs. J. C. Perry entertained her bridge club Tuesday night at her home. Centering the bridge tables were pink candles in silver holders surrounded-by miniature chickens and eggs. Individual cups holding assorted nuts further carried out the Easter motif. Spring flowers were also used in decorating. Winners at bridge were Mrs. John Crain high, Mrs. Ralph Robinson second high and Mrs. Elinor Thompson was bridgo winner. Miss Barbara Furman returned to Lambuth College this week after spending spring break with her mother, Mrs. Harvard Furman. Mr. Furman joined them for the weekend. •a and David spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cate, at Lonoke arid with her sister and 'amily, Mr, and Mrs. James Swaffer of Heber Springs. Alpha Zeta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met last Saturday afternoon in the Merrill Room of Wilson Cafe with 16 members present. Three new members were initiated into the chapter — they were Mrs. Janet Sugg, Mrs. Sammie Byford and, Mrs. Sarah Chandler. The following officers were installed for the'1968-70 period. President, Miss Norma An- lersori; vice - president, Miss tnez Kincaid; secretary, Mrs. Beverly Thompson, treasurer; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Elizabeth Perry. Mrs. Ralph Robinson spent a few days this week with her sister, Mrs. Eddie Regenold at Armorel. On Wednesday Mrs, Robinson and Mrs. Regenold drove" to Osceola to help their mother, Mrs. Callie Moore, celebrate her birthday. Reggie Cullom of Ole Miss is spending his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Cullom. They were joined for the weekend by Peggy Jo lullom from the University oi Arkansas, and by Mrs. Cullom's parents, Mr.. and . Mrs.. S. A. Regenold of Kerinett, Mo; Mr. arid Mrs. A. H. .Williams returned last Thursday from Bells, Tex.; where they were called because of the death of Mr. Williams' sister, Mrs. Son Whiting. •-'. . . v Nineteen members of the Young Adult Training Union Class of the First .Baptist Church drove to ;BIytheville last Tuesday night for a fish dinner at the Arcadia. Cafe. Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr. was hostess to the South Mississippi County Bridge Club for a dessert bridge last Friday. An Easter theme'was used in decorating. Centering the dining table was an Easter' arrange ment-of chicken and eggs ii greenery. Red:and white place mats,were used. Miss Debby Nelson of Ole Miss is home for a spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moon, Lau- pw* «?! GREAT FUTURES .N HEALTH CAREERS! IN ARKANSAS ALONE—this is the great opportunity awaiting the enterprising j-oung citizen who seeks a. rewarding future ... rewarding not only because of higher earnings and benefits, but also offering challenging positions of prestige in the Health Care Field. These opportunities are not predictions—but realities here and now—in nursing, X-Ray, laboratory, •-.'•; research, hospital business administration, planning and design. Full Information is available free of charge for those interested in a rewarding future. ,7&J fnwv n no thafgt or ounyuftun iiWyafuabf* tomr wafum. -. HEALTH CAREERS P. O. Box 3381 . IWlsRoek, Arkansas 72203 PledM tend me 10,000 HEALTH CAREERS Information. -Age. Of- Sefutal NOTB TO PARENTS AND EDUCATORS: ReqvMt HEALTH CAREERS information to b* «Md M filaane* for your cUHrm-lor jronr pnplk. Winners at bridge were Mrs. Hudson Wren high. Mrs. N. B. Jllis second high and Mrs. F. S. Reese was bridgo winner.. Mrs. John Crain Jr. and John Ellis were high scorers at bridge Friday night when Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan were hosts to their bridge club: Spending the Easter holidays with Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Halom were Mrs. Haltom's mother, Mrs. George Barrett; her. irother, George Barrett; sister, May Barrett; and Miss Cindy Reed of Houston, Tex. They were joined on Sunday by Rev. laltom's sister and brother-in- aw, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Grifin of Jonesboro. M. and Mrs. C. T. Lynch had their children with them over the Easter weekend They were Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Lynch of Wynne, Mr. and Mrs. Bill leblett and children and Mr. and Mrs. Skippy Pittman of Memphis Mrs Robert Nelson entertained the Wednesday afternoon iridge club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Earl Morgan. A desert of Tropical Parfait Pie was served'at the dining table which was centered with an arrangement of tulips. Easter lilies and a pot of hydrangeas were used in the entrance hall and living room. Guests were Mrs. Hudson Wren and Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr. High scores were made by Mrs. 0. W. Speck and Mrs. 0. E. Sadler. Bridgo prize went'to Mrs. Chiles,, iL Club Ten Canasta members] met Monday night with Mrs. R./ H. Cummings. ' , ; Mrs. Mack, Davison was aj special guest. ,; During games snacks w«r« served. ; Winners at games were Mrs.-! Russell.Nash high, Mrs. Levf Perry third. ; The senior class of Wilson High School will present the play, "Deadly Ernest," a comedy in three acts by Donald Pay ton, oh Thursday nl-ght, April U at 8 in the school cafetorium. s '•<< Characters are: Henry Gilcrest - Billy Wayne Bussfeyf Aunt Ethel - Debby Smith; Mar gie - Mapra Alexander; Pimp- kin - Delia Sadler ;Jill - Ja Ray Anderson; Gladys - Gayla Cecil; Aunt Stella - Pat Caiiseyf Clarisa - Helen Davis; Eri nestine - Jackie Byford; Ernie Jack Catching; Mr. Bumpirisri David Slaton; Sleepy • Mike Hays; C. E. Grimm • Danny Cissell; and Dr. Ernest - Lex- Goble. ""•' The directors of the play are the class sponsors: Mrs. Fonda Bell, Mrs. Sammy Byford and Jerry Cash. •'• '••'•'• The sundial was used in Babylon as early as 3)00 B.C. arid the Dial of Ahaz is mentioned in the Book of Kings. ; The first dental school in tha United States opened in Bainbridge, Ohio, in 1825. 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