The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1968 · Page 3
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Blythevlll* (Art,) Courier News - Saturday, May 11, 1M8 - Page Him „ TOM McDONALD. OF Jonesboro won. two trophies in the Arkansas Professional Photographers Association Convention recently and here is seen with Mrs. McDonald (the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGuire of Blytheville) and his prize winning picture. . Four Guests Attend Jaycette Meeting Thursday Blytheville Jaycettes met Thursday night in the Jaycee Clubroom for their monthly business meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Curtis Corder. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Ray GUI. Mrs. Corder led the Jaycette Creed and then welcomed.the following guests: Mrs..'Michael Rose, Mrs. .Richard Farmer, Mrs. Don Christon and Mrs. Ron Weaver. Roll call and uiwutes were read by Mrs, Frank Sparks, the treasurer's report was by Mrs. Wayne Friday and correspondence was read by Mrs. Gill. Reports,'jfrdm; standing committees' were: ways and means, Mrs. Sparks; hospital, Jaycette Bulletin and .membership, Mrs. Bob White; hostess list and publicity, Mrs. 'Wayne Sanders: and stepladder, Mrs. Gill. Mrs. Gill spoke to the group on "What Our Club Does." Reports on the Miss Blytheville Contest was given by Mrs. White.. ... , . . She also announced that the Little Miss Blytheville Contest had 2i entries and the Mr. Jaycee President of 1988 contest had nine contestants. The pageant will begin at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the Blytheville High School auditorium. It was announced that 'an in stallation banquet will be held at the clubhouse May Mrs. Corder, out-going president, and Mrs. Frank Sparks, incoming president, spoke to the group. Coming Events • Monday American Legion Auxiliary, 8 p.m. American Legion Hut. Blytheville Haridressers Association, Hospitality Room, first National Bank. Christian Women's Fellowship Circles of First Christian Church. Ridgecrest Baptist Women's Missionary Union meets at the church. Lake Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, will meet at the church. Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union Circles, Sue McDonald Circle, 1:30 p.m. home of Mrs. Bobby Nowlin; Elsie Wooten Circle, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Maud Cassidy. Tops Razorback Trimeltes Club, 7:30 p. m., Hospitality Room First National Bank. Joy Rebekah Lodge, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 18 8 p.m. IOOF Hall. Beacon Baptist Women's Missionary Association Circles will meet in the home of Mrs. Pearl Jones. Tuesday Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Women's Missionary Union, 8 a.m. home of Mrs. Lehman Rapert. Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association Invitational, 9 a.m. Beta Sigma Phi City Council Meeting, Razorback Restaurant. Dell Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m., school cafetorium. Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club Eastern Star Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Business and Professional Women's Club, dinner and program meeting, 7 p.m. Yarbro Extension Homemakers Club at clubhouse. — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 34461 Four BHS Students Give Talks With "Americanism" as the general theme, members of Charlevoix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, heard four Blytheville High School students give talks for which they received honors in recent competition. The meeting, at Blytheville Country C.'.ub Tuesday, followed a buffet luncheon. Miss Becky Walters, daughter Second place local w i n n e r, | The National Society Silver Jill Fisher, son of Mr. and M George Fisher, spoke "Crime in America." Greg Simon, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Mike Simon, gave his Bill Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Honor Roll award was anon; nounced by Mrs. Conner Taylor, chairman, and the certifi third place winning essay, "The ] scrap book. Beautiful American." ' Thp Natii Miss Teresa Mantz, daugiiter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mantz, another of the five local finalists, spoke on "The Ingratitude cate was displayed before being preserved in the chapter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walters, i of America Today." gave her talk on "Three Dan-! Miss Martha Farrell, regent, ger Signals" which won first in | announced two new members, tiie Blytheville High School com-' Mrs. Helen Uzzelle Farrell of I petition, first in the district,! Memphis, her mother, and Miss first in the area, and fourth Ann Newton White, daughter of place in the state contest. I Mr. and Mrs. James N. White, bu Orpheus Club Presents Woman s Club Program Blytheville Woman's Club met Friday afternoon at the Woman's Club building for a luncheon and program meeting. The Orpheus Music Club presented the following program in observance of National Music week: Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich on the and Stripes Forever" by Sousa. sic Clubs Mrs. Robert Swan, soprano, "Sure on the Shining | Varjous The National DAR now has an all-time high membership of 187,309 members with a net gain during the past year, it was announced by Mrs. J. J. Morgan who read the President General's letter. Mrs. Lloyd Whittaker, for the National Defense message, told of the controversial National Council of Churches building in New York City. Seven Attend Convention The 44th annual convention of the Arkansas Federation of Mu- met in Jonesboro 125 Attend Skating Party Armorel second through sixth grade students held a skating party Tuesday afternoon at Walker Park Roller drome with 125 guests attending. Game winnere were Dorothy Taylor, Robert Hall, Glen Lawrence and Ricky Cole. Teachers were Mrs. James Wagster, Mrs. Richard Ford, Mrs. Roy Park, Mrs. J.S. Hawley and Mrs. J.C. Droke. Seventh Grade Has Party ; 3 Wednesday evening, 41 members of the Armorel Seventh Grade attended a skating party at Walker Park RollerV? Drome. : '" Tim Stout and Linda P a y ri e^ were game winners. !f ~ g Host was B. Musgrove. : ; -:h sang Night" by Barber and "The Sleep That Flits on Baby's Eyes" by Carpenter, accompanied by Mrs. Sherry Dreyfus. A large red and white rose violin accompanied by Mrs. Joe I arrangement centered the buf- Whisenhunt, presented "Adora-jfet table. Sweet Williams in red tion" by Borowaski. "Will 0' Wisp" by Spross and "Summertime" by Gershwin were sung by soprano, Mamie Harrison, accompanied by Mrs. Whisenhunt. The club ensemble, with Mrs. Whisenhunt as director and ac- rf Card Of Thanks The family of Buvnell Williams, Junior gratefully ac-vf knowledges the many cards, telegrams, Iloral arrangements;.-,and condolences of sympathy and wish to express heart-... felt thanks to their many friends for the numerous kind-. . nesses shown them in the loss of their loved one. A very special thanks to Blytheville Air Force Base, Police Department, Harrison High School Faculty, Choir, and Student Body, and Home Funeral Home. The Jackson, Williams & : McClatchey Families - Armorel - ettes Extension. companist, sang "Autumn [Mrs. A. B. Stinett, Leaves" by Kosma and "AT/ Mrs. Corder was presented a Officers Wives' Club luncheon; old-fashioned Garden" by Por- centerpiece . from the club for j at Officers' Club, her.year's work.as president.. ~ Hostess was Mrs. Corder and Mrs. Sanders won the door prize. Blytheville Jaycettes met with the Jaycees Monda.y night in the clubroom. Jaycettes served refreshments. To Mrs. Ketiner Hostess Alpha Delta Chapter Down One Bridge Club. Wednesday Bridge Club Thursday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, 7:30 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Thursday Club. Thursday Supper Club, 9 p.m. American Legion Hut. Golden Age Club, home of Mrs. J. W. Portlbcfc, 409 E. Davis. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club at the clubhouse. Friday Friday Bridge Club Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta licity, Mrs. Corder; historian, Sigma Phi- met May 7 in the Mrs. Jesse Coalter; program, home of Mrs. Mike Kenner for Mrs. Kenner and Mrs. Chap- their regular monthly meeting, man; Opening ritual'was repeated Telephone, Mrs. Ward and by the 12 members attending. Mrs. Warrington; yearbook, Mrs Roland Steward present- Mrs. Jesse Coalter, Mrs. Cored the program on "The Art of der and Mrs.. Smith, ways and cu uic piu & „,„„„,, Mro Harr <: Mrs .IfiS- Living." means, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Jes- Mrs. Steward, president, presided over the business ing. Mrs. Bill . Mrs . Harris, Mrs. Kenner , , . 'and Mrs. Chapman; parliamen- Mrs. Bill Ward read chapter ta . Mrg Buchanan . and se . and city council minutes and j sisto ^^^^ ms _ S t ew . Mrs. Charles Coalter gave the I , treasurer's report. • A thank-you note was read from Mrs. Jim Thompkins, Beta Sigma Phi Woman of the Year. Mrs. Steward thanked all members for the party honoring her as the chapter's Girl of the year. ; Mrs. Curtis Corder and Mrs. Kenner were appointed to serve on the audit committee. Mrs. Steward gave a summary of "What Is Beta Sigma Phi." ; Officers for the coming year are: president, Mrs. Steward, vice - president, Mrs. Mike Kenner; recording secretary, Mrs. Bill Ward; treasurer, Mrs. Alvis Harris Sr.; city council representative, Mrs. Curtis Corder; and city council alternate, Mrs. Charles Coalter. Mrs. Steward announced the following committees:; membership, Mrs. Kenner, Mrs. Johnny Buchanan and Mrs. Roland Warrington; service and flowers, Mrs. Coalter and Mrs. Homer Smith; Social, Mrs. Warrington, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Buchanan; pub- Mrs. Whisenhunt presented a fuss, Mrs. Tracy Sandow, Mrs, piano duet of "Theme from!Ju-dy Pullu'm, Mrs. Robert Exodus" by Gold and "Stars'Swan. ter. Mrs. Bill D. Jackson and vention were attended by seven members of Blytheville Orpheus Music Club. Those attending were Mrs. W. J. Tomlinson, Mrs. C.G. Red„.„ . -man, Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs. and white were on the mantel. | Ellis Stanford, Mrs. F.L. Reed "Treble clef" vases holding] ,.,»... ,.,,-, T, ,.-. roses were on the banquet table j and wrought iron plaques in the | shape of musical instruments : ville was installed as new state were. placed • at points around president, the wall. Mrs. Jack Simers, Mrs. Gene Brown and Mrs. Bailey Jones are new members of the club. Guests attending were Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt, Mrs. W. ,J. Wunderlich, Mrs. Sherry Drey- CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M. = , • »•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•• i* • SAT. • SUN. •MON. (GA) ^. Mrs. J. F. Stewart of Dan- JBits of News I moitlu perionat Mrs. R. A. Saturday Saturday Duplicate League, 1:15 p.m. Razorback Restaurant; Diana McKinney of Kennett has been elected vice-president o , „. _ p j nationa l fra- - h ° me ^IteiTIrkLs State Un, versity for leading students in nisiness administration. Danny Bassett of Manila has ..... and Bridge jeen .elected president Mike Billiard of Reiser Chanel in Dictionary For years, fashion pages have been filled with coats and,suits that are described as Chanel style. The straight, tailored clothes described are variations on a theme set by Gabrielle Chanel, a French fashion designer, whose classic, ageless styles are popular for both city and suburbs. Chanel has become so famous that she's not mentioned in a new dictionary of the English language. jeen elected secretary of Alpha iappa Psi, national professional fraternity at Arkansas State University for outstanding students in business and accounting. Highway 61 South Blyrherille, Ark. • • "*• SATURDAY ONLY TRIPLE FEATURE 1st Feature 2nd Feature ROD ERNEST JOHN Troduction • JfWAMOUNT Picture Third Feature Plus Cartoon has Commencement exercises for Arkansas Tech's 296 candidates for graduation will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, May 24. Local candidates include Lionel Robinson and George Ramey of Blytheville and Margaret Bagget of Joiner. Receiving a BA degree in biology from Memphis State University in May will be Patty Sue Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris of Blytheville. Receiving a BS degree in speech from Memphis State University will be Loy Lee s o n of Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Lee, also of Blytheville. Rosa Schuneritsch is recuperating , at her home following injuries received in an accident at Tenth and Chickasawba Sunday afternoon. She was treated at Chickasawba Hospital, b u t transferred to her home later Sunday. Open House Is Monday Open House at Gosnell school will be Monday from 3 p. until 3:30 p.m. First buses will run at 2:45 and second buses will run a p.m. ^^••i R Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So- Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA • Sun. • Man. GHOST „«»»«<». TECHNICOLOR* LARGE RED STRAWBERRIES FRESH PICKED Call or Come By For Your Needs LouUd near tbe Flint uroii itmt from Ctntnl Mttal* Hut - Mttito M«nu. Ph. PO 3-0091 :,KI.I,KV SANDERS SUN • MON. • TUBS. DOUBLE FEATURE lA/UO ADVENTURE .TIHAIATIONflL INTHIGULl. STARTS TUBS. 5 BIG DAYS! LAST TIME TODAY "THE DEADLY BEES" "AFRICA TEXAS STYLE" • Sun. *Mon. «Tue. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy A SWINGING SAFARI OF LAUGHS I Wait Disneyp h ADMISSION: CHILDREN 50c — ADULTS ?1.00 COMING SOON TO THE RITZ DID YOU HEAR ABOUT TRAVELING SALESLADY HOW TO SAVE A MARRIAGE — Dean Martin & Stoll» Stevens. GOOD, BAD & THE UGLY — Clint Eastwood -.---. WHERE ANGELS GO — Rosalind Russell & Stella Steveni..,. Show Mom how much you appreciate her, with dinner out on Mother's Day. She'll enjoy our gourmet meals and relaxing atmosphere. It's her day to be served. Reserve a table nowl -Our Mother's Day Menu- Combination Salad - Your Choice of Dressing CHOICE OF ENTREE Roast Pork With Dressing Breaded Veal Cutlet Country Fried Steak Southern Fried Chicken Chicken and Dumplings CHOICE OF VEGETABLES CHOICE OF DESSERTS Apple Cobbler Banana Pudding Snowflake Potatoes Sweet Peas " v ' Green Beans Almondine Diced Carrots Corn O'Brl juijiei $ 1 Catfish All You Can Eat Fr. Fries & Slaw Hushpupplei $<*00 6 oz. Fr. Fries Salad Filet '1 95 Prime Rib Luncheon Cut Salad Fr. Fries DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIAL! Entree, Salad & Vegetable . The Drummer Boy South Highway 61—Ph. PO 3-8168

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