The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 22, 1968
Page 4
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ftgt Four — Blythwlllt (Ark.) Ceurlw Ntwi — t AprB B, Miss Dorothy Nell Boone Tommy Jay Rasico to Wed 'Miss Dorothy Nell Boone Mr. and Mrs. William Oresta Boone of Blytheville, announce the engagement of their daughter,; Dorothy Nell, to Tommy - Jay-Rasico son of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Wood Rasico of. West Memphis. Miss Boone is the granddaughter iof Mamie Elliott Cloys of Mayjield, Ky., and the late Acyi Gray Morris and the late Oresta Bradford Boone and Annie i Joyce Boone of Oxford, Miss. Mr. Rasico is the grandson of Clara Abel Schauf of Wilmington, Calif., and the late William McKinley Schauf and Duffy Andrew Rasico and Clara Estella Rasice of Milpitas, Calif Tfie bride - elect graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a cheerleader, a merfiber of the homecoming royalty, Who's Who and Sweetheart of Blytheville High School. Sije attended Murray State University in Murray, Ky., wheje she was a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, professional a member of the a. capella Miss Boone is employed at the University of Tennessee School of Dentistry in Memphis. She is a member of the Memphis Dental Assistant's Associa- music fraternity for women and i He will graduate from Allie( choir. tion. The prospective groom is a graduate of West Memphis High School and attended Aransas State University and Memphis State University. Wives'Club Will Have Coffee Tuesday Field Maintenance Squadron monthly social and coffee Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Charles W. Binyon, 1454-A Cottonwood Drive, Blytheville Air Force Base. The coffee will-begin at.7:30 p.m. and all FMS wives have been invited to attend. Technical Institute of Radi and Television in July and re turn to Memphis State in tht [all to receive a degree in radio and television. '...-,. . , Mr. Rasico is employed by Roman Production : Recordinj in Memphis as aa writer an< singer and employed by thf Lowery Talent Agency of At lanta, Ga. For the past five years, Mr Rasico has been leader ^of a musical group, and the Escorts. — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 8-4461 Bridge Winner\AreAnnotinced •;•• O •":.' •'•.' : ••"•'•: •-.•• ,.'.••' •".••• The Women's Championship ames of Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League were played Saturday at the Razorback Res- aurant in two sessions, morning and afternoon. . . Overall winners were: first, Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. 3. E. Dick; second, Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller; third, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Jesse M. White; . - •;•'Fourth, Mrs. P; D. Foster Sr. and Mrs. M.. M. Handle; and fifth, Mrs. Charles Langston Sr. and Mrs. Frank .Grigsby. Morning winners, north :and south, were:, first, Mrs: P. D. Foster Sr, and Mrs. M. M; Handle; second* Mrs. R.-B: Logan Sr. arid : Mrs. Leslie Fox, of Charleston,-Mo.; ' . Third, 1 Mrs. Edwin Herbert and UTS. Merlin Reed; fourth, Mrs/Charles Langston Sr. and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. ' East and West winners were: first, Mrs.'Forrest Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller; tie for second and third, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and. Mrs.; Jesse M. White and Mrs.!'J., E.. Dick arid Mrs. John' Cherry;' Fourth, .Mrs. W. A. Afflcik and Mrs,.'P.:t>. Foster. Jr. ." Afternoon .north: and; south winners were:, first, Mrs. John Cherry and 'Mrs." J. '&. : Dick; second,- Mrs ; Charles Langston Sr. arid Mrs. Frank '«•'«»•»•• Honor Roll Announced At Luxora, School Students of Luxora School making the honor roll for the fifth six weeks' are: : Seventh Grade Jimbo Stevens, Mike Gurley, Martin Conner, Charlie .Taylor, Judy Bynum, Ella Smith, Roy Lynn Pitts and Norraine Williams. , Eighth Grade Sarah Ellison, Gale Chafin, Sandra .Seaton, Robert Rowell, Jerry Pay and Jerry Chafin. . Ninth Grade Judy George, Rose 'Ann Williams, Mary Trucks, Stella Savage, Linda Jamerson, Grover Stracener, Lillie Chew, Larry Stracener; . •• Randy Vernon, Kenneth Wai- ker, Jimmy Raper and Ervin Triplett. •>'•':.• Tenth Grade Carolyn Fardeecy, Donna and Lillie Thomas. Twelfth Grade Ora Belle Taylor, Barbara Raper, Magalene Harris and Don George. Chun, Elnora Davis, Gary Pick- Third: Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. J. F. Etchieson; and fourth, Mrs. Audranell Freeman and Mrs. Ross. Moore. Afternoon east and west winners were: Mrs. P. D. Foster Jr. and Mrs; W. A. Afflick; second, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Jesse-M. White; . ;. Third, Mrs. E. Coons and Mrs. P. Beasley, both of Charleston; and fourth, Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Arnold Miller. Players were from Charles ton, Mo., Jbnesboro, Osceola 'and Blytheyille..... ,. . . Regular games will' be g i n Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 1-15 p.m. at the Razorback. . . '.'.... Chapter 279 Will Have Dinner Tuesday Blytheville Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern -Star, will honor their past matrons and past patrons Tuesday night at the Masonic Temple. A pot luck supper will be held at 6:30 p.m., after which a program will be dedicated to the past matrons and patrons. . All members have been urged to attend. Cindy Price Has Birthday Cindy Price celebrated her Hth birthday with a party Friday at Walker Park Roller Drome. . Fifteen guests attended. Sheri McMullin, Vanessa Taylor and Janet Smith were game winners,^ ... Cindy is the daughter of Mrs. Bill Powell. "- ; Social and Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Burks recently returned from an extended visit to the west coast, which included visits to Los Angeles., Mexico, Hoover Dam, Death Valley and Las Vegas. 'In Las Vegas they visited Ninth Birthday Is Celebrated Craig McSpadden celebrated his ninth birthday with a party Saturday morning at Walker Park Roller Drome. • Seventeen guests attended and game winners were Steve Sifford, Chris Carver and Larry Stabbs. . . • Craig is the son of Mr: and Mrs. L. T. McSpadden: their nephews, Bobby Ash by and Mrs. Ashby .and Rick y Ashby. They also met members of their band "The Burgandy Blues!" The.Ashby's are also nephews of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby of Blytheville. Louie Issacs is recuperating from a broken foot at his home,i 514 Walnut Street. Line a square pan with pastry , and fill with apples prepared as for apple pie. Cover with a top crust and bake. Frost with confectioners sugar. Call this dessert Covered Apple Square. You may want to add a litll* almond extract to'a confectioners sugar frosting that is go* ing to cover an angelfood caks. 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