The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1966 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
Page 5
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Blythevlll* (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, September 22, 19<6~ — Society News — I Donna Smith, Society Editor ..Phone PO 8-4461 WMethodists Honor Teachers ' ' Banquet at Church Teachers and officers in the Church School of First Methodist Church were honored with an appreciation banquet Tuesday evening in the fellowship hall of the church when 94 guests gathered for this occasion, an event observed during ..the church's observance of Christian Education Month. The theme of the banquet was "Stars In My Crown" with this idea being carried out in the table decorations with golden crowns covered with jewels placed at intervals along the tables between golden hurricane lamps in which were burning aqua candles. The tables were covered in gold striped cloths with the cen- 'Mrs. Douglas Hosts African Violet Club The Violet Club met in the home of Mrs. May Douglas with Mrs. Lee Stiles as cohostess. Mrs. Florence Breysacher, president, opened the meeting by reading the poem from the - year book. " ". Mrs. Wi L. Boren led the group in prayer and Mrs. Mike Meroney gave an interesting discussion on mites. It was voted by the club to buy a microlight to be used by the members to find mites on their violets. Cake, punch and coffee were »erved by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Henry Young. Bridge Lessons To Begin Y.M.C.A. annual fall course in beginner's bridge is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. at the "Y," it was announced this morning by "Y" officials. The 10-week course is to be taught by Ann Wright, who has instructed the "Y" classes for the past two years. Class enrollment is limited to 12 members, and class sesion are two hour. Candidates for this course may secure additional information by calling the instructor at PO 3-8421 or the Y.M.C.A. ter piece at the speaker's table being a large crown filled with golden and white chrysanthemums. Alfred Williams, church school superintendent and chairman of the event, served as master of ceremonies, with the invocation being given by Gene Brown, chairman of the Commission on Education. William H. Wyatt, chairman of the official board, expressed appreciation to the guests for ther service in the c h u r c h school. Special recognition was given to the teachers for their various years of service and among veteran teachers with an outstanding number of years of service were P. E. Cooley, Uzzell S. Branson, Harvey Morris, Mrs. E., E. Hardin, Mrs. A.C. Haley, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, all having served over 20 years and some as many as 44 years. During the evening the pastor Rev. Virgil Keeley, and Mrs. Keeley showed slides and gave a travel talk on their recent foreign tour. The slides were shown on their trip to Egypt. The decorations committee was composed of Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. Blan Heath and Mrs. Robert A. Warren. The invitation committee was composed of Mrs. Robert L. Gardner Jr., and Mrs. Ray Harrison. Mrs. F. E. Scott, Mrs. James T. Peterson Jr., Mrs. Norval Knepper and Mrs. Fred Bean assisted in serving the dinner. Air Force Family Scene By Mn. Jean Willluni JPJ^LE^ Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Williams had as their guest last week Sgt. Williams' mother, Mrs. Frank Remter from Gregory, S. D. Sgt. and Mrs. S. D. Simer had as week-end guests his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Simer from Bolivar, Tenn. Mrs. Mary House has beet transfered from the US Naval Hospital at Millington to Blytheville Air Force Base Hospital and is in room 48. Randy Frye, son of Maj. anc Mrs. Frye has been a patient at BAFB Hospital. Cathy Welling underwent surgery at BAFB Hospital recently and is recuperating at her home Mrs. Jean Williams has been i patient in AFB Hospital bul is now at home. Mrs. C. H. Easom underwent surgery Monday at BAFB Hos pital and will be a patient for several more days. R. L. Gardner Jr., superintend ent of membership' cultivation. Out-of-town guests present were Dr. and Mrs. John Allison of Chicago, brother and sister- in-law of Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Members of the -Lucky Clover 4-H Club met Monday night a the Dogwood Clubhouse with 25 members present. Nancy Burks, vice - presi The benediction was given by ! dent, presided over the meeting " " Lodge 18 To Have Party Rebekah 18 Lodge met last night in the home of Mrs. Ernest Johnson. The members planned their annual harvest party to be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. are committee members and Mrs. James Oxford and Mrs. Harold McClanahan. The party will be in the theme of the county fair with a varie- SEE THE Deena Button opened the meeting with a song and pledge; were led by Patte Blackard anc Karen Hatley. Brenda Brothers, secretary read the roll call and the min utes. The treasurer's repor was given by Susan Ramey. . New members are Dian Strombaugh, Mary Ward an Juliana Mahan. June Craig gave the devotion al. During the business session nominating. committee wa elected to present a slate of o: ficers for the coming year They are Susan Ramey, Sandy Stalcup and Brenda Brothers. The group plans to attend th Mid-South Fair on 4-H Da which is Saturday, Sept. 24. During the social hour, game were led by Sandy Stalcup an Susie Scrape. Refreshments Were served by; Brenda Brothers, Nancy Burk and Pam McHaffey. HOT ONES for "" "' GREAT CARS ™ as TOO! Camaro: stpi. 29th Bob Sullivan Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. 301 W. Walnut Ph. PO 3-4578 No reason why you shouldn heat canned pork and beans o the outdoor grill! But you ma want to "doctor" them up wit mustard, molasses and onion. Mince seafood — any kind — fine and mix with celery, mayonnaise and other seasonings. Use as a filling for stuffed celery. his week. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Bailey. Linda Samford, daughter of he late Betty and Claude Sam- ord is a freshman at Arkansas State this year. Mrs. R. R. S k r y m e s and daughter Sherri of Little Rock spent the weekend with her irolher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Bailey. They went Memphis Monday morning where Sherri began her freshman year at Memphis State. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Burress took their daughter Joan Kathryn Himmelberger who won Hess's Teen-Trip of a Lifetime to Paris for an essay she wrote on teen-age grooming essentials sees what styles can be found In both the high- fashion and junior boutiques in the French capital. She m o d e 1 s a white wool two- piecer, teamed with plum'glitter knit at Christian Dior (left). Together with French youngsters of her own age she goes through the junior lines at La Gaminerie a small shop on Boulevard St. Germain (right). HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Joe Lester Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Norman and daughter Alisa of Southeast Missouri State Teachers College Cape Girardeau, Mo., visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson were called to Flint, Mich., Monday due to the death of her mother. Mrs. Henry Jackson returned to her home Sunday after visiting in Kansas City with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gregerson. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers attended, the New Madrid Baptist associational meeting at the Second Baptist Church in Caru- thersville Sept. 12. Hershall Ballard returned here Monday to drive his wife and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Ward, back to their home in Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Ward will stay with her daughter and husband until she has recuperated from a recent operation.. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Gertie Ladd was Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jenkins of Blytheville. In the afternoon they visited with Marshall Merrick, Mrs., Vera Hatley at the Hayti Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cain and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edwards of St. Louis spent the weekend Beta Sigma Phi Entertains With Fall Rush Parties enrolled there at Southern Bap- list as a freshman this year. Mrs. Joe B. Holl> H enter- , tained her daughter Tracey'.wjth a birthday party on the lawn of their home Sept. 13. Mrs. Markus Harris and Mrs. Willadean Ashcraft assisted Mrs Holly with the serving refreshments of birthday cake and punch. Mrs. Jim Binkley of West Memphis spent Wednesday 1 and Thursday in the home of her sister and husband, Mr. and to Walnut Ridge, Sept. 1. Joan is I Mrs. Arthur Keliey. Gamma Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday night for a rush party in the home of Mrs. Leland Riggs with Mrs. Finis Hardy and Mrs. Ed Ertel assisting. New pledges are Mrs. Marvin Lipford, Mrs. Ernest Allen, Mrs. Steve Eatmon, Mrs. Rex Metzger and Mrs. Jimmy Dean Greer. One of the rushees, Mrs. Bob White, was unable to attend the meeting. The theme was "Jewel The Phi." Party games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Joe Beckman and Mrs. Eatmon. A cake, bearing the Beta Sigma Phi symbol, ice cream and coffee were served by the hostess. The next meeting \yill be a model meeting for rushees and will • be in the home of M r s. Quincy Hodge Oct. 4. ty of games. Members are asked to attend and bring their families and guests. Mrs. Billy Oxford was a guest. Refreshments of cake, donuts and coffee were served by the hostess. Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained rushees with a progressive supper Tuesday evening. The appetizer and salad were served at the home of Mrs. Johnny Buchannon with Mrs. A* impifing etaie* of advance tWgw combined wfth glamoron Marquit* Git diamond baauty; riogi tHat always stay, MVW stray ... for maximum wearily. Engagamant and wadding rings ara interlocked, cannot foist apart or turn, b I4K wMt geld. QKN AN ACCOUNT IASY MONTHLY TUMI 3 WAYS TO BUY: • CASH • CHARGE • LAYAWAY Lucian Gaines assisting; the main dish was served at the home of Mrs. Billy Bowen and dessert and bridge was in the home of Mrs. Curtis Corder. . Rushees were Mrs. Charles Coalter, Mrs. Alvis Harris Jr., Mrs. Alvis Harris Sr., Mrs. Richard Suhr and Mrs. Delores Rodgers. High in with his sister, Mrs. Sadie Crews. Gene Morgan and son Skip oi Blytheville were supper guests Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Ciovis Perkins and daughters of Elaine, Ark., were guests Thursday through Saturday in the home of his un:le and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keliey and grandson Wayne Holt of Blytheville spent five days at Wappapello fishing. Mrs. Myrtle Lester moved from Denton to Steele in the lome she recently bought and remodeled. Mrs. Joe Lester and Mr. and Mrs. James McCrary of Hayti attended the funeral services of their aunt, Mrs. Susie Shine at the First Baptist Church in Kennett. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keliey last week were Mr- and Mrs. W. E. Hastings and son Ronnie of Marietta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. i Dudley Byrd of Pocahontas, Uric. Mrs. Ludie 'Kenley of Memphis visited Mrs. Flossie Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kenley and Mrs. Maude Lahue last week. Martha Bailey enrolled at Arkansas State for her junior year canasta was Mrs. Buchannon, high in bridge was Mrs. Alvis Harris Jr. and bridgo went to Mrs. Alvis Harris Sr. After refreshments of pie and coffee, Mrs. Gaines presented favors to those present. The next meeting will be a model meeting Oct. 4 in the home of Mrs. Buchannon. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor't prescription, our product called Gal- axon You must lose ugly fat or your money back. Galaxon is a tablet and easily swallowed Get rid of excess fat and live longer. GalaxoD costs S3.00 and Is sold on this ?uarartee: If not satisfied for any reason, just return tlie package to your druggist and get your full money back. No question asked. Galaxon Is sold with this guarantee by: Stewart's Drug Store—200 E. Main Mail Orders Filled THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA THURS. - FRI. & SAT. 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