The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1966 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 18, 1966
Page 10
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P»ge Fourteen - Blythevlfle (Ark.) Courier Vvm — Friday, Worember !», *••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••'••• W/LSON NEWS >»••••••••••••••••••• MRS. ff. A. HOGAN, Jr. • ••«•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••"••* J. R. Cullom Jr. and H. A. fee. Later in the afternoon she Nicholson spent the weekend in Fayetteville. While there they attended the Arkansas • SMU game on Saturday and the homecoming festivities. They visited with their sons, J. R. Cullom III and Bill Nicholson, who are students at the University. Their niece, Peggy Jo Cullom, served as one of the maids in the homecoming court Mrs. E. A. Regenold of Oklahoma City arrived last Tuesday for a visit in the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Jerry Cullom, and family. Reggie Cullom joined them for a few hours Sunday afternoon en route from Little Rock to Nash ville. He represented Vanderbilt University at a Science Seminar in Little Rock over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Billy White and children, Melissa and Bill, returned home to Fulton, Miss., Sunday afternoon after the weekend with Mrs. White's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan. Bettye Haynes, also of Fulton, accompanied them. Mrs. R. H. Nelson was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Special guests were Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr., Mrs. F. S. Reese and Mrs. Ralph Robinson. Preceding games karo-pecan pie and coffee were served. In games Mrs. A. H. Williams was high scorer, Mrs. Reese second high and Mrs. Chiles was bridgo winner. The South Mississippi County Bridge Club met with Mrs. Sam Moore at her home at Corona Friday for a luncheon preceding games. Mrs. L. S. Jackson Jr. of Memphis was a special guest. Centering her luncheon table •were two china turkeys filled with yellow and white pom pom chrysanthemums surrounded by miniature pumpkins and fruit. She served roasted pork tenderloin, wild rice dressing, brandied sweet potatoes, cranberry conserve, hot biscuits and cof- served home-made candies. A Thanksgiving theme was carried out further with turkey tallies. An arrangement of yellow and white chrysanthemums in a silver bow) was used in the living room. In games Mrs. E. B. Chiles, Jr. was high, Mrs. Lynn Tranum second and Mrs. Moore was bridgo winner. Mr. and Mrs. Howell Nicholson Jr. of Memphis spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. H. A. Nicholson Sr. Rev. Bill Douglas and family of Marion were Friday night guests of his sister, Mrs. L. W. Bishop and Mr. Bishop. All members were present last Monday night when Mrs. L. W. Bishop entertained Club 10 Canasta members. During games she served a salad plate. j Mrs. J. T. Driver, Mrs. Harry Bufkin and Mrs. Levi Cissell were winners in games. Mrs. A, H. Williams and Mrs. Hudson Wren were special guests Tuesday when Mrs. W. A. Hogan bridge club. In games Mrs. Hogan was high scorer, Mrs. Wallace Thompson second high and Mrs. Wren was winner at bridgo. at th« Mississippi County Library In Osceola Nov. 3-Nov. 19. Fourteen members of the club attended the Crittenden - Mississippi Library Assistants meeting at Manila Thursday evening, November 10. Guest speaker was Mr. Bill Hansard of the Arkansas State Library Staff, who spoke on "Library Technology." Another speaker on the program was Miss Linda Heath of Nettleton, Ark., who is treasurer of the Arkansas State Library Association. Entertainment was furnished by a vocal quartet and members of a band from Manila High School. Refreshments of soft drinks and cookies were served dur- ing the social hour. Friday night preceding th Wilson-Hughes ball game Patti Sano entertained with a Japa nese dinner at her home Guests were Sherry Harmon Donna Lawrence, Nan Hogan Jeanne and Julia Alexander Margie Cash, Judy Pemberton and Nancy Sadler. Margie, Judy, and Nancy re mained for a slumber party after the game, and Saturda; afternoon they visited with Con nie Cash. Dee Jones of Kiowa, Okla hbma, spent the weekend will his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V Jones. Read Courier News Classified^ Alpha Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met in the Wilson High School Cafetorwrn last Tuesday night for a pot :uck dinner. Each member brought a guest and Wilson members served as hostesses. Norma Anderson served as mistress of ceremonies and in- roduced Mr. Mazine Jones, VIerle Norman Representative :rom Osceola, who gave a demonstration on make-up selections and application. The Library Club at Wilson High School held its regular meeting in October. Members voted to buy a copy of the school annual as a gift to the library for one of their projects The president urged all of the group to attend the Book Fair C5W SHIRTS, SHIRTS SHIRTS "We guarantee the finest looking shirt in town at lowest prices." 19 m. or i lor $1.00 • No other charges • On hangers or folded • Delivered or at our plant or branch on Airbase Hwy. Charge Accounts Welcome! LAUNDRY-CLEANERS "Appearance At Its Best" Ph. PO 3-4343 K. JJ. Cc tattersall with.a "beefy" twill weave Historic old England lends its classic tattersalls to Enro for translation into this season's favorite traditional shirt. The texture is twill... a diagonal, fine cotton weave... quite "beefy" to the touch. The checks are tattersall... on white ground... lined colorfully with blue, flax or maize Select your favorites. All are superbly tailored in traditional button down collar with tapered body and authentic styling features. ompanu I (/ we extend ourselves to Mr. A EXTRA SLEEVE LENGTH EXTRA BODY LENGTH SPORTSHIRTS Your requirements are not forgotten in a very special collection of handsome sport- shirts. Precise tailoring includes extra sleeve and body length for perfect fit. Slylings you'll like, plus many interesting and distinctive patterns. Select now from a complete assortment. Many Other Styles To Choose From OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 8 ompanu Fint Apparel For Men and Boys Mason Day BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS With THE SUDDARDS and Evangelist WALTER AYER5 THE SUDDARDS The Famous Suddards are Masters of many instruments, and will present a 30 minute Musical Concert at each service. Evangelist Walter Ayers Evangelist Walter Ayers is one of America's most famous evangelists. Ex golden gloves boxing champion ... Exall state fullback at Arkansas State Teachers College ... Ex-Razorback football player -. - chosen by the national champion Razorbacks as Chaplain. Frank Broyles says: "Walter has a gripping message for everyone," He is at present staff evangelist of the First Baptist Church of Little Rock- Dr. Roy Fish, professor of Evangelism S. AV. Seminary Texas says: "Don't fail to hear this man, I have used him two times and plan to use him again." Saturday.. Nov. 19, 7:30 PM Yarbro Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. 20, 10:45 AM Manila First Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. 20, 2:15 PM At the Mission Sunday, Nov. 20, 7:30 PM Hayti First Baptist Church Monday, Nov. 21, 7:15 PM At the Mission Tuesday, Nov. 22, 7:15 PM At the Mission Wednesday, Nov. 23,7:30 PM First Baptist Church, Curve, Tenn. Thursday, Nov. 24, 7:15 PM Thanksgiving Service at Mission Friday, Nov, 25, 7:15 PM At the Mission Saturday, Nov. 26,7:30 PM Straw Floor Baptist Church, Jonesboro Sunday, Nov. 27,11:00 AM Wilson Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. 27, 2:15 PM At the Mission Sunday, Nov. 27 f 7:30 PM Ingram Boulevard Baptist Church, West Memphis Presented Under Auspices of the Mississippi County Union Mission Support Your Mississippi County Union Mission 'The Downtown Arm of Every Church"

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