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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 17, 1967
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Ptge Four - Blythevffl* (Ark.) Courier New* - 1H»iday. J«mury ». — Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 ientral School Announces Perfect Attendance Students Those students having perfect ttendance for the first semester at Central Elementary School are, first grade: Ken Brooks, Charlie Peterson, Bill Terry, Lynne Johnson, Angela rtaynard, Laura Murphy; .ayudju, jjoui" 4.*u.|"v, ••• - - _ Elizabeth Partlow, Laurie j Sarah Westbrook, Dons Jean Schwarz, Timmy Braden, Rick Cole, Judy Davis, Bart Dixon; Jeff Gilbow, Troy Harper Stacy Jones, Kattiy Rockrock, Jessie Westbrook III, Cheryl INSTALLED — Miss Janet Cornell, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Homer Connell, was in- .stalled last night as worthy advisor for Order of Rainbow .-for Girls. She is a senior at . Blytheville High School this year where she :s an active Jnember of various clubs. Patty Siems To Wed Don West Mr. ^ndMrs. Herman N Siems announce the forthcoming ; n»rriage of their daughter, Pat- fe Siems, to Donald G. West the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitch A\ West formerly of Blytheville ™ : JThe bride received her B.S.B -Degree in Home Economics 'from Arkansas State Teachers ^College. She is employed as die tttian for the Stuttgart Memor |ai Hospital. -~iThe bridegroom received Ms TEA degree from Arkansas -State in Agronomy. He is em ployed with the cotton division of the United State Departmen* of Agriculture. The Emanuel Lutheran Church is the setting for the mid-February wedding. Mrs. Commer Is Honored The First Assembly of Ood church recently honored Mrs. Nathan Lovins, Harper, Robert Kenneth Dale Lee Schwarz Dan Henry Waters, Mark Ed ward Williams', John Stanley Wilson, Vickii Yvonne Dodson, Kathy Marif McClure Jenny Lou Weedman Woodall; Betty Joyce Perkins, Kathy Melvin Commer with shower. stork for games. A bassinette Mrs. Judy Lee won the door prize, with Mrs. Marvin Haley and Phillis Ford winning prizes „ „„„„ was decorated with streamers from the basket to the floor with many gifts laying inside. The table decorations held a baby doll for a centerpiece and the cake was decorated with blue and pink. Jean Taylor, Larry Stok*s. Second Grade: Tim Lum, John Matthews Frank Wimb- ey, Ray Edwards, Collette Minton, Dawn Taylor; Carla Schwarz, Rita Williamson, Charles Dixon, Ashley Farmer, Duane Roberts Herman Strickland; Tommy Harrington, Beth Carpenter, Donna Fleming, Mae Ellen Jackson, Susan Mintbn, Bill Geeslin; James Robert Hensley, Albert Perkins Kevin McReynolds, Catherine Caldwell, Nils Neal, Leva Sloan; Lawana Smallridge, Susan Strickland, Mary Lee Tompkins. Third grade: Charles Afflick, Sheila Buford, John Harshman, Kim Holstead David Johnson, Judy Minyard; Billy Perkins, James Turnage Susan Wilbanks, Charles Campbell, Christopher Deen, Elbert Johnson; Randy Quincey, Grover Walker, Lee Ann Rotlirock, Teresa Tegettioff Denise Treat, Jean Westbrook; Charles Leggett, Max Logan, Pat Phillips, Micsael White, Paul Wood, Margaret Haines, Naoma Stokes, Shannon Swan. Fourth grade: David Cain Grover Canada, Lee Godley, Robert Lee, Robert Little, Benny Matthews; Ricky Meador, John Parnell, James Rose, Patrick Schmidt Vicky Davis, Laura Hard; Vickie Jackson, Mona Jordan, Jerry Wayne Ashmore, Mark Falkoff, Steven Jackson, Willie Stokes; Steven Weslbrook David Wilkinson, Janice Brooks, Charlotte Chapman, Toni Jennings, Donna Mosley; Cynthia Ross, Linda Tdmlin- son, Jenny Weedman, Emily White Margaret Whitis, Terry Dwayne Culp; Woodall. Fifth grade: Mike Cameron David Halsell, Dwight Knight Kim Marsh, Russell Phillips Elandy Rowland; Danny Thomas, Harriett Bra cey Sara Shouse, Martha Kate Tarpley, Crystal Zeigler, Juli Zeigenbein, Steven Daniels; David Greene, Billy Johnson Kelvin Killett, Richard Oldham, Edward RegenoW Tim White; LaDonna Brinn, Cathy Brock, Laurie Miles, Julia Weedman, Anthony Ray Bell, Beverly Ann Harper; Pam Yvonnie Moore, Max Banon Owens, Dennis Dale Rinehart JimmyCharJes Rutledge, Patricia Ann Cash, Patricia Ann Chesteen, Gary Winston Mitchell, Freddie Lee sharp. Sixth VLT Group Holds Meeting Blytheville's Very Little Theater held their monthly business and program meeting at the Y.M.C.A. last week. During the business session, the by-laws were made up and David Burnett, the group's lawyer, read the papers he had drawn up to make the organization a corporation. They were approved by the group. Francis Nordeen was in charge of the program. He played a tape recording he had made of the first production. Mr. Nordeen also spoke to members of the Rotary Club about the organization last week It was announced that membership is open to anyone interested in acting or various other aspects that make up a play production. Membership fee is $3 in advance and meetings are scheduled on the second Monday in each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A. Officers for the year are pres- dent, Robert Annand; vice president, Ed Ertel; secretary Donna Smith Bill Tomme. „ grade: Scott Gurley, John Hard, Johnny Moore, Matt Stallings Alex Williams, Kimberlee Beshares; Janice Bledsoe, Janet Curry, Sarah Day, Virginia Johnson, 'amela Shirley, Gale Ziegen- lein; James Thatcher, Kathye Eoone Cynthia Geurin, Reagan McGovern, Calaria Parker, Reesie Sinclair; Willie Chrisco, Jr., Ellis Homer, Jr., Jim McMiller Mark Allen Mosley, Thomas Schmidt, James W. Steinslek, III; Kenneth Paul Walker, Carol Hinton Deborah L. Peterson tosan Roberts, Roxanne Lea Thomas, Luann Tomlinson, Vickie Shook. Special education: Carole Mayfield, Calvin Mayfield, John Stokes, Shirley Coleman. Randy Cartton Haag, William BOY Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week and treasurer Lutheran Guild Meets Mrs. Richard Grammes wa recently installed as presiden of Lutheran Women's Guild a a ceremony in th« Lutheran Church sanctuary. Also installed as officers b> Rev. Sidney J. Ponseti wer Mrs. L. J. Zeller, vice presi dent; Mrs. James Fogg, secre tary and Mrs. Harold Knap treasurer. The meeting of the guili which followed was held in th education building, and wa opened with a devotion on Ps 168, "Keeping God in Firs Place," by Mrs. Fred V. De Cuir. Mrs. E. S. Wildy dedicate the Mite Box offerings, and Mr Grammes presided over th business session. Mrs. Robert Moore was hos ess. \ Coming Events Tuetdiy Chapters of B«t» Sigmt Phi Lone Oak Extension Homema- ers Club African Violet Club Broadmoor Garden Club Orpheus Club Junior High P.T.A. 3 p.m. Blytheville Hairdressers Unit Daughters of American Col- nists 11 a.m. at Blytheville Ounty Club Wednesday Fairview P.T.A. 3 p.m. exe- utive board at 2:30 p.m. Great Books Club with Mrs. liver Coppedge at 9:30 a.m. 97th ARS Wives Club Central P.Ta. 3 p.m. Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club Thursday Protestant Women of the hapel 1:15 p.m. in Chapel Anex. W.M.U. Mississippi County iaptist Association 10 a.m. at Calvary Baptist Church. Blytheville AFB Chapel Wolen Flat Lake Extension Homema ters Club Thursday Supper Club Woodmen of the Wood Friday Cotton Boll Small Car Club Central Motors at 8 p.m. Chapter N of P.E.O. Sister lood LAST TIME TODAY "ARRIVEDERCI BABV—witri Tony Curtis (Not Classified) WEDNESDAY ONLY (A-MY) He's no secret agent... he's a crook/ Bridge Winners Announced Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Club held a two session Woman's Pair Championship Saturday at Shamrock Lanes. Winners in the first session held Saturday morning were First, Mrs. Inez Bragg and Mrs. Nancy Lou Gillespie, Osceola; Second, Ms. F. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune; Third, Mrs. King Tetley and Mrs. Douglas Donoho; and fourth Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Winners in the afternoon session were: Mrs. Everett Gee and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, first; Mrs. King Tetley a no Mrs. Douglas Donoho, second and a tie for third and fourth, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Overall winners of the two sessions were Mrs. F. B. Black and Mrs. S. E.'Tune, first; Mrs. Inez Bragg and Mrs. Nancy Lou Gilespie, Osceola, second; Mrs. King Tetley 1 and Mrs. Douglas Oonoho, third; Mrs. Everett Gee and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, fourth; Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. John Cherry fifth and Mrs. J. Foy Etchieton and Mrs. W. A, Afflick. Dinner Honors Hardestys A farewell dinner was give in the home of Mr. and Mr, KennetSi Hardesty in honor i the Woodrow Hardesty family. They will be leaving for Ch cago where Mr. Hardesty wi attend the American Institute Baking. At present, Mr. Hardesty the production superintendent of Meyers Bakery in Blytheville. The family will reside in Chicago for five months. Guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis and family. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiNiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiii iits of News moilly pgrtonal Sammuel Norris Is Speaker At Woman's Club Luncheon Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb we n Memphis attending a three- day Girl Scout Personael Services Institute at the Sheraton- 'eabody Hotel. Louis Gwen and Juliana May han, accompanied by their fath- >r, E. B. Mayhan visited in New Albany, Miss., over the weekend with Mr. Mayhan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. tfayhan and their great grandmother, Mrs. Henry Martin. Pvt. Louis Gwen Mayhan will eave Memphis Friday by plane 'or a 14-month tour of duty as a medic in Korea with the U.S. Army. Lanier Dunndam of Blytheville is attending the annual Tractor Supply Company meeting in Chicago. The Blytheville Woman's Club met Friday at the clubhouse for leir regular monthly luncheon nd program meeting. Decorations featured wintery reens and snowmen. Art was the theme for the ay and replicas of artists' pal- etts were displayed around the main room. Mrs. Marcus Gaines presided ( ver the meeting and gave the | evotional. Special music was provided y the Treble Clefs, a group of Miss Ferguson Reveals Plans Miss Barbara Sue Ferguson of DeWitt and U. W. Mullins, Jr. of Blytheville have completed their wedding plans for Jan. 20, 7 p.m. ceremony. The ceremony will be per- W.M.U. Meets Thursday The Woman's Missionary Unon of Mississippi County Bap- ist Association will meet Thur- day at the Calvary Baptist Church in Blytheville. A mission study institute will be conducted. Adults will study 'Forest trails to Urban Jungles," the young people' will study, "A Saga Told" and the G.A.s will study "Safari North" and "A Bugler for Salleteesha." The Sunbeans will study "A Church For Debbie and Dan." The pastor's conference and executive board will also meet at this time. formed at First Baptist Church by Rev. Homer A. Bradley. Mrs. Wayne Dillion of DeWit will be organist and John Erwin of Mountain Home will be vocalist. Miss Deborah Jan Ferguson sister of the bride, will be maid of honor. Mrs. Larry Dale Fer- >uson will serve as matron of Stork Shpwer Is Given For Mrs. Mayo A stork shower honoring Mrs. S. M. Mayo was held last week in the Gosnell Baptist Church: Over 30 guests attended the affair. Games were played and refreshments of cake, coffee and punch were served. The refreshment table was decorated with a stork carrying a miniature doll. Each guest was presented with miniature shirts and dia pers filled with nuts and mints The Ruth Class of the church was hostesses. wnor. Jo Ann Norman of Senath. ilo., Sharon McGahhey Judj Muller and Mrs. Eddie Fitz lugh will be bridesmaids. Flow er girl will be Lesley Jan Pry or of Jonesboro. Vaughn Jerome of Blythevilli will be best man. Groomsmen will be Dave Ve lander of Parsons, Kan., Jim Fowler of Jonesboro, Ross Bee of Texarkana, Larry Fergusor of DeWitt, and Eddie Fitziiug' of DeWitt. Hal Ferguson and Michae Meins will light the candles. A reception is planned follow ing the ceremony at the horn of the bride. Rice bags will be distribute by Becca Jane Rasco, Lyn Pry or and Dana Staggs. The couple's parents are Mr and Mrs. H. C. Ferguson Jr of DeWitt and Mr. and Mrs U. W. Mullins Sr. of Blytheville If you are planning to us part of a chicken salad as sandwich filling, dice the chick en fairly fine. If the salad com bination was made with Frenc dressng, you may want to ad a little mayonnaise when yo use it for the sandwich filling. Mr. Norris gave a demon, stration of the beginning of a painting in oils. His subject wai a still live arrangement of fruit, a colorful vase bushes in a mug and tubes of paint. Guests attending the luncheo» were Mrs. Samuel Norris, Mrs, Walter Jenkins, Mrs. H. B. Churchwell, Mrs. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. Janet Weige; Mrs. Marguerite Patrick, Mn Robb F. Klugg, Mrs. C. W. Can rigan Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mrs. C. E. Roush, Mrs/.'Hays Sulli- V me neuie weio, A giuup ui -• — • ~. - Kicers wives from Blytheville! van and Mrs. Roy Nankivel. tir Force Base. I Mrs. J. W. Rayder received Mrs. Roger Pearson is direc- the.hostess prize, or of the group and they were ccompanied by Mrs. James tfulhern. Members of Hie group include Mrs. Richard Johnson, Mrs. lobert Swan, Mrs. John Miller, klrs. Warren Kesner, Mrs. Robert Leach Mrs. Ivan Bals, Mrs. 'hornas Taylor; Mrs. Tom •eacock, Mrs. Terry Gettleman and Mrs. Donald Setterberg. Their selections began with a nursery rhyme, "One Misty, Moisty Morning" and continued with a folk tune of England, 'Greensleeves." The final num- jer was the "Czechoslovakia Dance Song." Special guest and speaker was Samuel F. Norris, artist and instructor of Norris School of Art. He w a s introduced to the group by Mrs. Allen Bush jrogram chairman. The next meeting will be Feb. 10. Students Have Perfect Attendance Those having perfect attendance at Yarbro Elementary School for the first semester are the first grade: Joyce Shelton, Lisa Hawkins, Arona Barton and Vickie Patterson. Second grade, McNeil Tyree, Kerry Stribling ana Stacy Julin. Third grade students with ppr- feet attendance are Jimmy Barton, Shelia Campbell, Sherri Dowdy, David Mantz David Shelton, Deborah Stribling, Jeffery Whittle and Kenneth WdiU tie. Fourth grade students include Gordon Akin, Kevin Shelton and Jaynell Whittle. Dell W.M.U. Has Program Dell W.M.U. met this week at the church for a royal service program with 11 members present. Mrs. Carl E. Russell was in :harge of the business meeting. Mrs. Doyle Houston gave the Bible study and presented the program. . The meeting was opened with group singing. Those participating on t!ie | program were Mrs. Robert| ,.„„,„„„„ —...,. —,. -Payne, Mrs. C. A. Smith and j second class postage paid at Canned tomato sauce is wonderfully convenient to have on hand to use in or with many dishes. If fresh parsley also happens to be on hand when you are using the tomato sauce, you'll find that adding minced parsley to the sauce yields refreshing flavor., Mrs. Curtis Bryant. Mrs. Ed Hardin read the. calendar of prayer and closed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were .served by Mrs. Clinton Smith SECOND CLASS MAIL CIllvaEGBS 40'1'HOIUZED *» BlytfeevlUe Courier NeW» BLYTHEVILLE, ARE. ZIP - 78316 Barry W Haines, e ubllshet 3rd at Walnut Sts BlytheviUe. Ark. Published dally except Sunday "HOME DELIVERY BATES In Blythevllle and towns In the Blythevllle trade territory ^ ^^ ^"Vui. 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