The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1968 · Page 3
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1 Miss Pamela Sue Campbell Lewis Neblett To Wed Miss Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Campbell of Blytheville announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Pamela Sue Campbell, to Lewis Michael Neblett. . His parents are Dr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Neblett of Staten Island, N. Y.. The bride-elect is a graduate of Steele -High School, Steele, Mo., and attended the University of Missouri and Memphis Stale.University^ ' She will graduate from the University of Tennessee, Medical Units, receiving a certificate in Cyto-technology in June. The prospective groom is a graduate of Tottenville High School, New York City and received his AB degree from Duke University in Durham, N C. He will receive his MD degree this June from the University of Tennessee. Miss Campbell is the grand- DAR Meets Tuesday For Luncheon Charlevoix Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will meet Tuesday at Blytheville Covmtry Club for a' luncheon. The meeting time has been changed from 1 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. daughter of Mrs. Dixie Warth of Blytheville : and the late Mitchell Warth and Mrs. Eula Chipman of Dyer'sburg, Tenn.y anti the late Je'ssie Campbell. Mr. Neblett is the grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Neblett of Ciarksville, Term., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael John of New York, N. Y. The wedding will be June 8 in Wesley Memorial Methodist Church at Steele. s o C I E T y Phyllis Reeu Society Editor PO 3-4461 N E W S Coming Events Monday RECIPIENT — Miss Marilyn Jane Fong is the recipient of the $100. scholarship from the American Legion Auxiliary. First alternate is Patricia Salmons and second alternate is Deborah Rowland. MURK Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA • Sat. • Sun. • Man. WALT DISNEY prmnts STARTS TUESDAY _JHE BRIDES OF FUM/WHU COLOR H»i«ht«»<«.. . . ftefax; Go Out To A Movfe Tonight! ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA ••««••••«•«««»•»«••«*< LAST TIME TODAY "THE ROAD HUSTLER" "C'MON LET'S LIVE A LITTLE" Sun. • Mon. • Tues. Miss Cox Engaged To Edward McCullough Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cox of Blytheville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their" daughter, Miss Mae Cox, to Edward Francis McCullough. Miss Cox is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John : H. Cox of. Blytheville and Mr. -and Mrs. Dovie Smith of .Myrtle, Miss. •••-.'.. • • The bride-elect is a senior at Blytheville High School. Mr. McCullough is the son of Mr. and.Mrs. Edward Francis McCullough of Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, Calif. .He is a graduate of Gosnell High School. : A June wedding is being planned by the couple, and they will make their home in California. Rythevme (Aric.) Courier News - Saturday, May 4, 1M8 - Page Three.* were presented by Col. Euge Minietta, wing commande Mrs. Merlin Purvey was preg senied the Volunteer of the Yea'iS Award; 'Mrs. John Rupp was;-; presented the Volunteer of Siif Months Award; i|? Mrs. William.. Blarney wa«» presented the Nine Year Strip*-; and 3000 Hour Guard; and Mr», Louis Obus was presented tiir. Air Force Time Recognition" Certificate as a member in the. 1000 Hour Club. Z£ Biytheville Garden Club Has Luncheon and Tour First Baptist Women's Mis sionary Society, general meeting at the church. Dell Methodist Women Society of Christian Service, 7:30 p.m. at the church. First Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service, 1 p.m. luncheon and p r o g r a m meeting at the church. Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service, at the church. First Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild, 7:30 Group One with Mrs. T. R. Ivy; Group Two with Mrs. W. R. Summerville; and Group Three with Mrs. E. B. Spaeth. Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Altar and Rosary Society. Dell Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 at ihurch. I Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Tops Razorback Trimettes ^lub, 7:30 p.m. Hospitality Room, First National Bank. Rebekah Lodge 18, 8 p.m. IOOF Hall. Tuesday Blytheville Country Club Women's Golf Association, 9:30 a.m., 9 and 18 holers. Charlevoix Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Blytheville Country Club, 12:30 p.m. Xi Xi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi home of Mrs. Roy Kirksey. Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi home of Mrs. Rex Metzger. Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi home of Mrs. Johnny Buchanan. Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi home of Mrs. Adam Taylor. Yarbro Baptist Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 p.m. at church. Eastside Garden Club, meets at home'of Mrs. B. A. Bugg at 8 a.m. for trip to Ozarks. Broadmoor Garden Club. Tuesday Bridge Club 1 p.m. Dell Kiwanis Club 7:30 p.m. in cafetorium. Contract Club. Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club home of Mrs. G. 0. Poetz. Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club. Clear Lake Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Chapter D, P.E.O. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club luncheon in the home of Mrs. Weldon McCann. Armorel Baptist Womert's Missionary Union 7:30 p.m. at the church. Down One Bridge Club. Great Books Club 9:30 a.m. home of Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge Jr. Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom. Club 28 at Blytheville Country Club. Altrusa Club of Blytheville. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, 7:30- p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Thursday Club. ' ; Lutheran Women's Guild, 1 p.m. at the church. Friday Friday Bridge Club. Blytheville Garden • Club met Wednesday in the Woman's Club building for a May Day luncheon and garden tour. Thirteen members, one new member; Mrs. Bailey Jones, and one guest, .Miss Frances Smith, attended. Hostesses were Mrs. James B. Tully.'Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mrs. J. A. Saliba, Mrs. Lee Stiles, Mrs. D. C. Pafford and Mrs. Jerry Hearn: Winners to the spring daffodil show were announced. They are Mrs. Pafford, first in tri-color, and Mrs. B. A. Bugg, first in the "April Love" division and 'Over the Rainbow" division. The following officers were installed for the coming year. They are: president, Mrs. James B. Tully; first vice-president, Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb; . second vice-president, Mrs. C. M. Abbott; .Secretary, Mrs.. F. G. Rei- cliel; treasurer, Mrs. Robert Hall; historian and scrapbook chairman, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer; and parliamentarian, Mrs. James B. Gates. A short business meeting was held. Following the meeting, a tour was made of the gardens of Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, Mr and Mrs. Harvey Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. The next meeting will be Sept. 4. Alpha Alpha Chapter Has Potluck Dinner Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta, Sigma Phi met recently for a potluck dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Cook. Special guests were husbands of sorority members. Before dinner, punch and hors d'oeuvres were served. Mrs. Raymond Miller, president, in charge of the business meeting, welcomed guests. A buffet dinner was s e r v e d from .& table covered with a yellow cloth overlaid with a white lace cloth. The centerpiece was an arrangement of yellow roses, flanked on each side by. white tapers. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, 1:15 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Variety Club 9p.m. Women's Exhibit Building, Walker Park. BAFB Gliders Round Dance Club, 7:30 p.m. Kingsley Hall. ... - . . if,. . Individual tables were covered with white cloths and centered with milk glass bud vases holding single yellow roses, the sorority flower. Following dinner, the evening was spent playing bunco. Mrs. Cleo Pope won high, Mrs. Bill Hyde won low and Bill Hyde won bunco. Guests, attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Pope, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts; Mr. and Mrs. James Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Westbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Taylor. Miss Mae Cox Rememtjei i-ay Vour Paper Boy 251 Persons Attend Briefing A total of 25i persons attended the April 24 Family Service its of News Organization personal affairs briefing. The attendance trophy was awarded to Munitions Maintenance Squadron (MMS) for having the largest percent of their adult dependents present. The following special awards Mr. Sudden Service Says: We have CUT the price of FASCO CHEM-PLEX LIQUID FERTILIZER Sec us for your lower price Sold By FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. "THE HOME OP SUDDEN SERVICE" Bly. Phone PO 3-8191 Capt. David Burnett is visiting His parents, Mr. and Mrs! John Burnett, prior to report-j ing for duty in Vietnam. Miss Jane Burnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, has recently been elected a senator to the Student Government Association ', at Memphis State University. Miss Burnett, a senior, will be representing the College of Art and Science. Manila, Monette and Blytlie- ville High Schools will participate today in Arkansas Tech's annual Madrigal clinic and contest, according to Walter Michels, vocal music director at the college. IN AND AROUND BLYIHEVILLE — Mrs. Opal Blackard was called to Fort Smith recently due to the death of her brother, Elton Barne'tt. Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Walters and daughter, Teresa spent Sunday with their daughter and son-in-law,' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conrad, in Conway. Mrs. Betty Elam and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elam, and Mrs. Elbert Elam of Union City, Tenn., visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones. Those from out of town here for the funeral of Gaston Bell were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Telsey, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gee and son Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Bell and Mr and Mrs. J. W. Morton an\ daughter, all of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. George Alton Klisler and family of Ripley, Tenn., Mrs. Gracy Bell of Steele and James Riley of Baton Rouge, La. Mr. and Mrs. Lecil Gee visited Mrs. Gracy Bell in Steele, Sunday. Elliott Johns was admitted to Chickasawba Hospital recently. Mrs. Bobby Gee was dismissed from Chickasawba Hospital Sunday' after undergoing major surgery. , ; . .. •: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ellis and daughter, Mrs. Thelma Freeman and' Miss' Martha Clark, all of Memphis, visited Mrs. R. C. Colemari and other friends in Blytheville, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Burl White visited recently, with Mr. and Mrs Shorty Jeffers in Poplar Bluff, Mo. . '• , v :.:'.': Coffee and Tea Staini To remove coffee and tea staini from dishes, immerse dishes in tt-cup of bleach for one minute and be sura to rinse thoroughly. These directions also apply to colored plastic dishes. They visited in Jonesboro Saturday and Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Eulas Fletcher, all of Bay, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fletcher of ,ake City and Doyle Fletcher of Jonesboro, visited their mother, Mrs. Eliya Fletcher, Sunday. She is a patient in Doctors Hospital. George Beasley and children, Deana and Terry of West Memphis, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Estes. Tom Crim was admitted Thursday to the Veterans' Hospital in Little Rock. Mrs. Bill Estes left Thursday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Alva Brinkley, at Tuckerman. GIRL OF THE YEAR Joyce Cockrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cockrell, has been elected Blytheville Future Homemakers of America Girl of the Year. Miss Cockrell, a senior at Blytheville High School, is president of the Blytheville FHA. Plaza WALGKEEN AGENCY Drugs Plaza Shopping Center — PO 3-4507 MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL! VEG-0-MATIC $ T77 Cosmetics Jewelry Candy Home Gifts Free Gift Wrapping ••«••••»••§»»••»«•«•••••••••••••••••••••* We Are Now Exclusive Dealers of ALOE COSMETICS They Cost A Little More But They Do So Much More. SAT. • SUN. (A-MY) MON. COLUMBIA PICTURES Presenls SIDNEY POITIER "•OWE" TECHNICOLOR" ADMISSION: ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN 50e COMING SOON TO THE BITZ JUNGLE BOOK—Walt Disney Cartoon Feature—Coming May H DID YOU HEAR ABOUT TRAVELING SALESLADI — I'liyl- lls Dlller HOW TO SAVE A MARRIAGE — Dean Martin & Stell* Slovens GOOD, BAD & THE UGLY — Clint Eastwood WHERE ANGELS GO — Rosaline! Russell & Stella Stevens Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. SATURDAY ONLY TRIPLE FEATURE First Feature "The Nutty Professor" With Jerry Lewis Last Feature "Island of Terror" With Peter dishing Second Feature ey let him WACO SUN • MON. • DOUBLE FEATURE TUES. COLOR by D«Lu»« MM M UNITED ARTISTS HOW TO PLUS CARTOON

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