The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 18, 1966
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Page Two - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier New» - tuetday, October It, MM BEFORE THE BATTLE, armored personnel carriers weave a pattern on the sea as they head for beaches just south of the demilitarized zone in Viet Nam. The operation landed over 1.200 men of the 1st Battalion, 26th Marines, for an assault on Communist positions. ?MANILA NEWS 'lllll!ll!llll«llll!lllllll!lill!ll!llil!llllll!l!lllll!lll!ilinill!ll MRS. W. M. DAVIDSON Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner I tient at Rodman Hospital in of Pensacola, : Fla., were weekend guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Hulen Faulkner. They attended the Arkansas State Louisiana Tech football game In Jonesboro Saturday night. , Mr. and Mrs. Jirri David, Mrs. Ruth Isaacs and Mrs. Li Hie Grain are spending a few days this week at Norfork. Mrs. Richard Gates spent Thursday in Monette visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Darr, and family. Spec. 5 David Garner, who has spent several weeks in training at Fort McClellan, Ala., spent the weekend with Mrs. Garner and other relatives. Mrs. Garner accompanied him to his base at Fort Leonardwood, Mo., Sunday. Mrs. Bob Misner and son, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hamilton for. jwo weeks, .left Sunday for Dayton, Ohio, where they will maie.their home. Mrs. Earl McMann Is a pa- Leachville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Hornberger of Fort Walters, Tex., spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hornberger and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Caudill Jr., and their families. Miss Marie Wilmuth of Memphis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Wilmuth. Her sister, Kathy, returned to Memphis with her. Miss Sandra Downing of Memphis spent the weekenc with her mother, Mrs. Rose Downing. Other weekend guests of Mrs. Downing were her .daughter - in - law Mrs. Jerry Simpson and sons of Paragould. Mrs. Joy Flagg of Poplar Bluff, Mo. was Wednesday night guest of Mrs. Rutii Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker of Walnut Ridge spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Baker, and family.. Buren Flannigan is a patient at Shaneyfelt.Hospital in.Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McMasters and Mrs. Pete Ballard spent Sunday afternoon in Hardy, Ark. Mrs. Dial Ballard, Mrs. Dan White and Mrs. Cly Farmer visited Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Counts in Caloma, Mich., last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Shaver who bave spent several months with Mrs. Farmer returned with them to.Benton Harber, Mich., to make their home. Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn, accompanied by her. daughter, Mrs. Ranee Perkins of Catron, Mo., oft Saturday for Hot Springs to Mrs. Tom Bartholomew anc Mrs. Bud Jolliff visited last Monday.afternoon with Mr. anc Mrs, Clyde Martin and children in .Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Hershall Johnston of Los Angeles are visiting her sister and brother - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wayne Fleeman, and other relatives. While on vacation last week, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rayder attended tiie Silver Dollar City Festival and the presentation of "Shepherd of the Hills" at Bran- be with Mrs. Lawhorn's brother,! son, Mo. They spent Saturday Eugene Matthews, who is re-Jin Paris, Tex., with her sister and brother - in - law, Mr. and ported to be critically ill. Mrs. Bert Asiiabrammer has returned from Chronia, Calif., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Lukemeyer, and children. . Dennis Farmer, Carl Looney Jr. and Bobby Northington spent the weekend with Robert Fanner at Fayetteville and attended the Arkansas football gam. Baylor Mrs. Bill McNorton of Gary, Ind., and Mrs! Kelley Glover of Chicago spent several days last week With tiieir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffin. Mrs. George Dillion is spending two weeks visiting Mr. Dilon and other relatives in Gary, Ind. Mrs. Pat Wilson. They returned home Sunday by way of Eureka Springs where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Millat. Mrs. Mildred Milton of Memphis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Tate and family spent Friday night at Lafe with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ledford and son of Greenwood, Fla., former residents of Manila, spent ast week visiting Mrs, Betty Durham and Mrs. George Fox and other friends. Miss Rosann Holt spent the weekend with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill David- son, and family in Jonesboro. Mrs. Tommy. Branum and daughter Stacy left last Monday for Bainbridge, Md., where she joined Mr. Branum who is stationed at tiie Naval Base there. Her mother, Mrs. W. E. Shelton, accompanied her and returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson spent last week in Little Rock- visiting Rev. and Mrs. Morris Steele and family. Mr. Howard Pierce of Flint, Mich., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Louise Ashabrammer, and his brother, A. T. Pierce and Mrs. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tipton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.,McCoy Wilbanks and family in Blytheville. Larry Isaacs of Memphis spent Saturday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Isaacs, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim David. Mrs. Leo Donner visited her daughter and son - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Capehart, and children in Holland Saturday. Mrs. Wayne McCullough, Mrs. George Farmer and Mrs. Eddie Ashabranner spent last Monday in Osceola. Mrs. Pauline Shanks Of Blythe ville, visited last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff. Mrs. Arlene Robinson is spend ing a few days in Memphis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brock. Joe Ballinger is a patient in Shaneyfelt Hospital in Manila. Danny Ray Allen of Jacksonville, Ark., spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jolliff and sons of Osceola visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jolliff Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Griffin visited friends in Kennett and Hornersville, Sunday. Dennis Farmer left Wednesday for Travis Air Force Base, Calif., where he will be assigned on an overseas flight to join his squadron aboard the U.S.S. Franklin p. Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bourland, students at Ole Miss, spent last day of Miss Georgia Lee Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith of Memphis' spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Ruth Smith. They were joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. James Wortham Mr. Jim Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tipton, and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Davidson attended the Arkansas State - Louisiana Tech football game in Jonesboro Saturday night. Miss Faye Holt was a weekend guest of Miss Hazel West in Forrest City. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and son Gregory spent the week end in Belzoni, Miss., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan are visiting their son and saugh- ter - in - law, Dr. and Mrs. Monty Milligan, and family in Lttle Rock. Mrs. Franklin Heeb and Mrs. Paul Marshall of Harrisburg visited Mrs. Myrtle Pearson Friday afternoon. Mrs. Pearson accompanied them to Harrisburg and spent the night with Mrs. Mary Mills. Saturday Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Heeb went to Horse Shoe Bend Estate for the weekend. Dr. and Mrs. Fred 0. Wagner ; and children of Blytheville visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Wagner, Thursday evening. The Big Lake Country Club Ladies Golf Association met Wed nesday, Oct. 5, with the president, Mrs. Doris Shelton, presiding. The secretary, Mrs. B. J. Schrader, read the minutes of the previous meeting. A report was given on the Ladies' Championship tournament. The fellowship party and awarding of trophies will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mitchell Wednesday, Oct. 12. Mrs. Sally Bryant was elected to serve as secretary and treasurer for the remainder of the year following the resignation of Mrs. Schrader/ A Ladies' Ringer Tournament weekend with their parents. Mr. ! will be played during October and Mrs. Merrill Bourland and and November. VIr. and Mrs. Eddie Ashabram- Refreshments of cookies and mer. coffee were served. Mrs. Harvey Durham is a pa- ! The Manila Business and Pro- lent at the Baptist Hospital in i fessional Women's Club met at Memphis.- j the home of Mrs. P. G. Ballard Mrs. J. D. Brady and Mrs. j Monday evening with Mrs. Ed !ddie Ashabranner. accompan- McMasters as co - hostess, ed by Mrs. Bob Veach of Ely- ! Plans were completed for the heville, attended a nursing ( observance of National Business :iome workshop in Forrest City Wednesday. Women's Week, Oct. 16-22. Sunday, the group will attend kick of {breakfast at the home of Mrs. B.'A. McCann; Tuesday night, a pot luck supper at the home of Mrs. Doyle Brewer in Blytheville; Wednesday; a noon luncheon with Mrs. Madge Brown as hostess; Thursday Morning, a coffee in the home of Mrs. Ed McMasters; Friday night, a Mexican supper at the home of Mrs. Joe Hornberger; and Saturday night the group with spend at the Ark-Mo camp in Kiilovista with Mrs. Pete Stanford as hostess. The Lydia Circle of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11, at he home of Mrs. Erma Stallion with 16 members and two new members present. Mrs. Blythe Childress opened he meeting with a prayer for their missionaries and Mrs. J. |H. Griffin read the minutes of j the prevous meeting which were ' approved. The following officers were elected to serve the circle for the year. Co - chairman, Mrs. Johnny Homer; secretary - treasurer and reporter, Miss I v a r e n a McMichael, mission study leader, Mrs. Childress; community mission chairman, Mrs. Nina Morris; program chairman, Mrs. Anna Lee Lane and social chairman, Mrs. J. H. Griffin. Following the reports of the officers, new business was discussed. The program, which was a question and answer session on "Baptists In Appalachia," was led by Mrs. Griffin. Mrs. Dollie Nooman closed the meeting with prayer and the hostess served cake, ice cream and drinks during the social hour. New members were Mrs. Mary Snyder and Mrs. Anna Lee Lane. Among those from out of town attending the funeral of Fred Davis were Mrs. Gilbert Lott of Hardy; E. H. Prewilt and W. L. Dyer of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Davis of Norfork, Va., Ralph Davis and Larry Davis of Santa Cruz, Calif.: Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ellis Jr. of Monette, Terry Hanner of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight, all of Elaine, Ark., and Mrs. M. J. Rouse Jr. of Piggott. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Adams of church services at the First Iquality, 111., were guests Sun- Methodist Church; Monday, a | Mineral springs, first discovered in 1326, made the town of Spa in Belgium, a fashionable 18th century resort, and created a name for health fonts the world over. OFFSHORE office building is about to rise in the Hudson River 200 feet out from the shore at Jersey City, N.J. The structure will lest feasibility of putting under, water acreage to use to offset the dwindling supply of land available for new urban construction. Read Courier News Classifieds * NEW STORE *NEW IDEAS *NEW MERCHANDISE AND * GIFTS For the men and women who havt everything! 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