The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1968 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 1, 1968
Page 3
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'BIytheyUle (Art.) Courier News - Saturday, June _!, ttfl' j- .Bits of News mo oitly MORE THAN 200 Blytheville High School students graduated in commencement exercises at Blytheville High School gymnasium last night. Above photo was made during baccalaureate services. Coming Events '. Monday • First Methodist Church Wesleyan Service Guild Study Groups, 7:30 p.m. Group One, Mrs. E. J. Browne; Group Two, Miss Janet Taylor; and Group •Three, Mrs. James Martin. Women's Society of Christian Service of< •' First Methodist Church, 1 p.m. at the church for luncheon and program meeting. First Baptist Night Women s Missionary Society, 7 p.m. at the church for covered dish supper and Royal Service Program. Dell First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union'at the church. Dell Methodist Women's Society, of Christian Service, 7:30 p.m. at the church. Altar and Rosary Society of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Tcps Razorback Trimettes Club, 7:30 p.m. Hospitality Room, First National Bank. Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 18 8 p.m. IOOF Hall. Tuesday Daughters of the American Cooks Are Honored With Recent Party Revolution, 12:30 p.m. Blytheville Country Club. Dell Community honored Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook with a drop-in Saturday--night-at Dell School Cafetorium. Mr. and Mrs.'Cook are moving to Marks, Miss. Mrs. Cook, who has been a member of Dell faculty for 21 years, chose for the occasion, a mauve green linen sheath and a complementing sweater trimmed with mauve green lin- ii.''She was presented a pink rosebud corsage. The Cooks were presented a complete silver service. ' The.guest register table, was covered with a royal blue cloth, representing the school colors. A silver toy typewriter trimmed in royal blue held an arrangement of white daisies and blue candles. Presiding at the guest book were Mrs. Russell Payne, Miss Judy Brownlee -and Mrs. Charles Cofield. The serving table, covered with a beigi cutwork cloth Mrs. Cleo Pope, Mrs. Jimmy Smith, Mrs. Robert Payne, Mrs. Charles Cofield, Miss Cathy Ebff, Miss Jo Ella Tbdd,.Mrs. lonald Robinson and'Miss Lois Ann Tusing. General, chairman was Mrs. Billy Griggs. Assisting' Mrs., Griggs. w!i t_b Blytheville Rainbow Assembly Number 38, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Temple. Tuesday Bridge Club. Dell Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m. Dell Public Cafetorium. Eastside Garden Club, home of .Mrs. Taft Metzger. • Yarbro Baptist Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 p.m. at the church. Contract Club. ' Wednesday Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club, workshop at the clubhouse. . Blytheville Garden Glub, 1 p.m. Woman's Building. :• Nazarene World Mission So ciety, 7:30 p.m. at the church Hannah- Sunday School Clas of First Baptist Church. Down One Bridge Club, 1 p.m .'.-' Wednesday Bridge Club. -..-.• Thursday : Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club, worship at the ,-clubhouse. ,- Omicron Chapter, Alpha Delta Kappa. ,- Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society. . : Thursday Club. Blytheville Duplicate .Bridge League, Razorback Restaurant, 7:30 p.m. ' Friday . Chapter N, P.E.O. ,. Friday Bridge Club. NEWS OF THE was centered with an arrange ment of mixed summer roses in a crystal bowl. Presiding at the table was . arrangements were Mrs. Ed Sardin, Mrs. John Stevens, Mrs harles Armstrong, Mrs. C. A. Smith,' Mrs.' Max Riggs, Mrs. Russell-Simpson and Mrs. Braxton Gill., . " The women faculty members of Dell School entertained Mrs. Harry Cook with a luncheon Wednesday in the home of Mrs. J. B. Riggs. Mrs. Cook, a Dell faculty member, will be moving to Marks, Miss. Mrs. Cook was attired in a yellow linen sheath and was presented a red rosebud corsage. ', The head table, covered with a white cloth was centered with a large bouquet of daisies. Individual tables, also-covered in white, Were centered with daisies in bud vases. Mrs. Cook was presented a silver casserole. ..- : !llll!ll!lllllllll!lllllll < .llllll!!ll!ll»llilll!>!>IIIIIHIIIIIIIini!lllllll Girl Scout Troop 140 held campout -May 24, north' of Ely thevffle... .'•••,''-... Twenty-two Girl Scouts atten ed. ' Troop leaders-are. Mrs. J. 1 Ross and Mrs. N. White wer assisted by Mrs. Ernest De Lorie, Yvonne Gonzales an Rosemary Hughes. - Thursday morning, Brown Troop 105 was entertained wi a- skating party at Walker Par George Wright is a patient in octors Hospital suffering from juries substained in a fall at e home of his sister, Mrs. Lile Sisk. He is in Room 211. Sqra Saliba Celebrates Birthday Sara Jo Saliba celebrated her ihth birthday Wednesday after- oon with 36 guests attending - kating party at Walker Park ibller Drome. David Peters and Lizabeth WcKenzie were game winners. Sara Jo is the daughter of Ir.' and Mrs. Eddie Saliba. STEVE BAUCHERj a junior at Manila High School, has been selected to participate in the 1968 summer mathematics program at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kan. This is sponsored by.the National Science Foundation, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Baugher of Lost Cane. W&G& Elects 196849 Officers Class Has Dinner Thursday Willing Workers Training Unon Class of Memorial Baptist Dhapel met last Thursday nig'nt it the church for a pot luck Inner and social. Fourteen members and one ;u'est attended. Rev. Raymond Jbhnson-offer- ed prayer. :.; The group sang songs, accompanied on the piano by ,eon Jbhnson. Mrs. Metzger Will Host Club Tuesday Eastside Garden Club wil meet Tuesday afternoon in thi home of Mrs. Taft Metzger. Mrs. Metzger will be in charge of the program on daj lillies and color slides will b shown on this subject. Roller'Drome. Twenty girls attended. Game winners were Le White, Mary Lee Tompkins an Paula McDonald. Leader, Mrs. Nancy Daviso was assisted by Gean Rhodenbaugh and Katheryn White. Perfect Attendance Is Announced Students of Promised Land | chool with perfect attendance or the past semester are: First Grade, Alma Jean Guny, Ricky Lynn Kirby and Sharks Edward. Second Grade, Joey Gunby, ;essie Mosley, Kevin Robinson, Shirley Crain, Mary Crain and Jarbara Sherman. Fourth Grade, Randy Robinon Ronnie Robinson,. James iogers,.Joseph Sherman, Doris lorts, Earnest Knight and Simon Langston. Fifth Grade, Yunna Robinson, Brenda Lee, Ruthie Clifton, Ka- ,hy Kirby, Sandra Kay Shields and Terrie Harris. Sixth Grade, Charles Debose Eddie Moore, Harriet Vauzant Sharion Robinson, Terry Gean Rogers, James Fort and Leonard Thompson. Social Honors Mr. Livingston Faculty members of Lang •Elementary School entertaine with a social Wednesday • after noon at the school honoring Bi Livingston, school principal. Mr. Livingston has accejite a teaching position in Ho Springs. Refreshments were served. Mr. Livingston was presented a polaroid 220 camera, by the faculty. Christ Methodist Women's So-1 ciety 'of Christian Service.met, at the church May 27 with- nine members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs; J. E. Johnston. The annual pledge service entitled, "Called from Worship Unto Service," was led by Mrs. Earl Baker assisted by Mrs. B. F. Gay, Mrs. Glen Lynch and Mrs. Ernest Baker. Individual pledges for the coming year were placed at the base of a cross. The program closed by unison prayer. The business session followed presided over by Mrs. Clyde Gilliland, president. Mrs. Lynch, treasurer, reported that the final, payment of pledges had been mailed to the district office; Following is the'list of officers elected for 1968-69: president, Mrs. Earl Baker; vice- president, Mrs. H. C. Buck; re- i cording secretary, Mrs.' Ernest aker; -. '. . Treasurer, Mrs. Glen Lynch; lairman of program areas:- hristian social relations, Mrs. J. E. Gromer; 'spiritual, growth^ Mrs. P. M, Mitchell; 'and mis-!" sionary education, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and; . ' „„! Secretary of committees for nominating, Mrs. Clyde Gilliland, A gift of appreciation was.prar sented to Mrs. Gilliland for her" service as president during 1967; "!. . ;Vi The meeting closed with lint . son prayer. '.,'.-. Bible School ;.. Will Begin Monday Gosnell Baptist.:Church Va-' cation Bible School Will begin" Monday, June 3 .through June 1 14. . School will begin at 8 a.m., until: 11 a.m. Mrs. Eva Bullard will be, principal of the school. Rev. James H. Fitzgerald 1* pastor o£ the church. Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. , •••••••«•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*• LAST TIME TODAY "THE WAY WEST" — with Kirk Doug/as and Richard Widmark "BEACH RED" — with Cornel Wilde SUN. • MON. • TUES. AND •WED. .WINNER OF B ACADEMY AWARDS I MEIRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER ACARLOI'ONTIPRODIOON DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS PASFERNAKS DOCTOR /miA<;o Mrs. Lynch Honored At Newcomer's Coffee Blytheville Air Force Base Officers' Wives Club held their Newcomer's 'Coffee Tuesday at the Officers' Club honoring Mrs. Marvin Lynch, wife of the base commander. ; Individual tables were covered with red cloths and centered with various colored gardening hats .that were given as door prizes. Newcomers welcomed were Mrs. Ted . Rose, Mrs. . Jay Younger, Mrs. John Ward; Mrs. ;• Saturday Variety Club, 'Women's Exhibit Building, 9 p.m. Walker Park. • V ••-' •-. ElytheVille.-Duplicate: 'Bridge League, 1:15 p.m. Razorback Restaurant: ' Blytheville Air Force 3 a s e Gliders :Round Dance -Club, 7,:30 p.m. Kirigsley Hall Service Club. ' .':•.•••''.-.• tanley. France and. Mrs. Har- Id Breamer. Farewells were said to Mrs. Sill Lawrence, Mrs. Frank curlock and Mrs. George Maon. 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