The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1967 · Page 5
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Blythcville (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, January SO, !967 — Pag* Five — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO S-4461 MlM Batten Chafin Barbara Chafin Good Citizen Barbara Chafin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chafin of Luxora, and a Luxora High School senior has been named "Good Citizenship Girl" of the ichool. The project is sponsored by ihe Reuben Massey Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Miss Chafin was selected by t faculty committee using the 'following criterion: talents, •wards, honors, dependability, lervice, leadership and patriotism. Barbara is an honor student, sctive in school, church, and community affairs. She is the organist for the .First Baptist Church.in Luxora and is also an accomplished pianist and.vocal soloist. She has played girls' basketball for two years and been cheerleader for two years, being co-captain of the cheerleaders this year. She was elected federation secretary of the F.H.A. and served as duchess at the Cotton Carnival last spring. Barbara has been a homecoming maid each year in high school and was elected the homecoming queen this fall. She was feature editor of the Luxora annual, The Panther. Armorel WMS Give Program Armore! WMS met last week for circle program entitled, "Literacy Missions in Alaska." Mrs. Marion Dyer, president, . opened the meeting. The prayer and the calendar •f prayer were led by Mrs. Guin Renshaw. Mrs. C. C. Elliott was in charge of the program. Those participating in the pro, gram were Mrs. Robert Lawrence, Mrs. James Thomas, . Mrs. Kenneth Bassett, Mrs. An. drew Richardson and Mrs. Ren• shaw. ! The Meeting was dismissed ; with prayer by Mrs. C. C. Elliott. Dance Course To Begin The annual Y.M.C.A. spring course in ballroom dancing is scheduled to begin on Feb. 2, it was revealed this morning by .Juanita Horstman, the instructor. The course consists of eight weekly two-hour sessions, meeting regularly on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A. Instruction will include a variety of dance steps. Further information regarding the course may bs secured from the instructor, PO 3-1826 or the Y.M.C.A. PO 34479. B&PWClub Has Meeting The Business and Professional Women's Club met last week for a business meeting which was presided over by the president, Pauline Cannon. There will be a district board meeting April 2 in Jonesboro at the Hotel Noble. A letter was read from the YMCA thanking the club for the membership that they received, and a card was read from the participating member who benefited from the membership. Members were urged to write to Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller requesting the elevation of Fanny Hardy, a BPW member, to the position of commissioner of insurance, which has been vacated by resignation. At the present time Miss Hardy is deputy commissioner. After the order of business, reports on the January conference were made by Juanita Davis, Ann Lombard!, Madalynne Van Cleve and Pauline Carmon. The next meeting will be a dinner meeting on Feb. 14. Sorority Has Bingo Party Alpha Alpha chapter el Beta Sigma Phi met this week in the home of Mrs. Harmon Cook tor a bingo party. Then were seven members present. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Cleo Pope, Mrs. Raymond Miller, Miss Claudia Klene, Mrs. Dickie Nokes and Mrs. S u* a n Roberts. Mrs. Robert* also won flw door prize. A program on "Musie Into Drama and Dance" wan presented to the group after which the hostess served refreshments PTA Reports Lange PTA met last week with Mrs. Max Harrison, president, presiding. The pledge of allegiance was given by Mrs. John Lamb, who also gave the devotional. Mrs. Eddie Pharo and Miss Alice Marie Ross presented their first grade classes in several vocal selections. Mrs. Pharo introduced the children and Miss Ross accompanied them at the piano. Mr. Livingston, principal, introduced two new teachers, Mrs. Mary Langley and Miss Ann Osborne. It was announced that Founders Day would be Feb. IS. The fourth grade mothers were hostesses. Esther Class Has Program The Esther Class of Calvary Baptist Church met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ed Smith with seven members and two honorary members present. Mrs. Gibb Robinson led the group in prayer and Mrs. Ger trude Rambo gav« the devotional for h'v« members of the body. Mrs. Opal Ayers dosed file meeting with prayer. A social hour f o 11 o we id in which the hostess served refreshments. Auxiliary To Buy Hymnals The Woman's Auxiliary of Full Gospel Church met recently for 'their regular business and social meeting in the education room of the church. The meeting was opened with prayer. Mrs. Virginia Austin read the minutes of the previous meeting and gave the treasurer's report. The devotional was given by Mrs. Mildred Wicker. It was voted by tti« group to buy new hymnals for the church as a special project. Bridge Club Has Meeting Down One Bridge Club me this week with Mrs. Jim Parminter. Mrs. Pete Hughes and Mrs Roy Bray attended as guests. Game winners were Mrs. Harry Cliurchwell, Mrs. Kenneth Swan, Mrs. Bray and Mrs. Jack Rhinehart. The w:b will meet next week with Mr*. Bert Phillips. Fun In the Sun For All the Family! Swimming - Boating - Horseback Riding— Tennis-GoH-Archery-Hunting-Fishing In the Beautiful Hills of the Oxarks Horseshoe Bend Estates Franklin Ark. Alpha Delta Makes Plans Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met in the home of Mrs. Bill Chapman for their monthly social. Mrs. Alvin Harris Sr. won high in bridge and bridgo was won by Mrs. Curtis Corder. Delores Rodgers won in canasta Attending as guests were Mrs. Homer Smith, Mrs. D. J. McLeod and Mrs. H. C. Weath- rs. Chosen as the chapter* Valentine sweetheart is Mrs. Billy Bowen. Mrs. Bowen announced that the Valentine Dance will be held Feb. 11 at the Holiday Inn at 7:30 p.m. There will be a pledge meeting in the home of Mrs. Corder Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. and the next business meeting will be Feb. T in the horn* of Mrs. Corder. Winner of the tackiest costume was Mrs. Charles Coalter. After the games were played, the hostess served refeshments of pie and coffee. Debby Nelson Wins Award Miss Debby Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson of Wilson, is the winner of the 1967 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award. Miss Nelson is now eligible for possible state and national scholarship awards. She was also awarded a specially designed. silver charm from General I meeting. Dell Reveals W/io's W/io The Dell Junior High School Beta Club sponsored a Who's Who contest recently. Winners are as follows: Miss Dell Junior High School Tonya Riggs and Mr. Dell Junior High School Doyle Houston Jr. Best all around girl Beverly Riggs; best all around boy Doyle Houston Jr. Most studious girl Sheba Lorren most studious boy Bob fusing. Boy most likely to succeed Bob Tusing; girls most likely to succeed Bev Riggs and Suzanne Todd. Friendliest girl Sandra Daniels; friendliest; boy Doyle Houston Jr. Best girl athlete Kathy Miller; best boy athlete Gerald Edwards. Most school spirit girl Bev Riggs; most school spirit boy Mike Healey. Cutest girl Regina James; cutest boy Doyle Houston Jr. Wittiest girl Kathy Miller; wittiest boy Tommy Long. Most talented girl Bev Riggs; most talented boy Mike Healey. Cutest figure Sheba Lorren and best physique Russ Greenway. Guild Has Study The Lutheran Women's Guild met for a Christian growth program Thursday morning at the educational building with Mrs. Don Prevallet conducting the Mills, sponsors of the contest. The winner was selected on the basis of a wrtitne examination based on homemaking knowledge. The test is given to j all senior girls. A state Homemaker of Tomorrow and runner-up will be selected from the winners of all schools in the state with the former receiving a $1,500 college scholarship. Her school will be given a complete set of En- cyclopaedia Britannica and the runner-up will receive a $500 educational grant. Miss Nelson is a senior at Wilson High school and is the niece of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater of Blytheville. The Bible study was led by Mrs. Bill Williams and hostess was Mrs. E. S. Wildy. Mrs. Hoke Is Hoslress Members of the Friday Bridge Club met at the Blytheville Country Club with Mrs. Wallace Hoke as hostess. Attending as guests were Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Winners were Mrs. Logan, first; Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, second and Mrs. F. Don Smith, bridgo. NOTICE To All Leachville Residents! Purchase Your 1967 City Vehicle License Before Deadline: Tue., Jan. 31,1967 Office Open 'Til 5 p.m. Daily Purchasers After That Date Will Pay a Penalty. —City of Leachville Why RBI Around.. W«B Hated Ch» Pat i draft; Cat at the temmratnze oerixed, day Wit** Js^L ^BBSBBMWI wny HR •nvno tad to those dull? Just set •IUD* 0OTr JW» ••••• iipv""" «» «» ii III^IIM • «• ^•»».»'*"» —-y or Bight-end retost Yonr famfy vrSSL be safe, snug and warm, tfaaab to tb» oven flow of wsisome mmta throughout the So why ft* awoad *r *» •Beatta to yarn heating pro* Hem. Call OB today te a free estimate OB installing Natural Oee> and end Jow winter bes*taf wosriM te aodem w»j Ait-Mo taw Co. Both Hays Super Markets in Blytheville Open 8 A.M. Until Midnight Every Day - Monclay Thru Saturday Large Stalk CELERY lOc Frosty Acre, 6 oz. Freozen ORANGE JUICE 13c Campbell's 16 Oz. PORK & BEANS lOc Regular Size MR. CLEAN 250 1 Lb. ello Great Northern BEANS 100 Wilderness No. 2 Can PIE FILLING 3 SI 15'/z Oz. Can CHILI 190 Red Ripe TOMATOES Lb 190 10 Lb. Kraft Bag RED POTATOES 350 300 Count Pkg. Notebook FILLER PAPER 390 Lipton 6 Oz. INSTANT TEA 990 Charmin 60 Count White NAPKINS :.„ 100 Blue Plate, 18 Oz. Strawberry PRESERVES 390 Swift's 12 Oz. Tin PREM 2*0,890 Del Monte, 6'/ 2 Oz. CHUNK TUNA 290 26 Oz. Box MORTON SALT.... 100 Kellogg's Cereal VARIETY PAK .. 390 WE, 2 Lb. Bag PANCAKE MIX ..290 Garden Club, Full Qt. PANCAKESYRUP 390 Garden Club 6 Oz. MUSTARD 80 Hays, 6 Oz. INSTANT COFFEE 590 Bacon Houser Valley Sliced LB. 49 BISCUITS Home Made 8-oz. Cans 3 Cornbread Cracklins ib. Minute SteakS Cubed ». 99< Beef Patties 2-Oz. Size 12 „ '1 BACON Slices And Pieces Swiffs 5 Lb. Box Hays Choice Hays Choice Heavy Calves Hays Choice Heavy Calves, T Bone or SIRLOIN STEAK i 89ji Hays Choice Heavy Calves CLUB STEAK ,690 Hays Choice Heavy Calves Boneless ROLLED RUMP u 790 Hays Choice Heavy Calves BEEF RIB STEW u 49* Fresh Sliced CALVES LIVER 49(i Farm Fresh FRYER PARTS Farm Fresh FRYER BREASTS Lb .370 Farm Fresh LEGS OR THIGHS , 35<i Farm Fresh FRYER BACKS Lb.150 Farm Fresh SPLIT BROILERS ,270 Farm Fresh FRYERLIVERS u .690 Ground Chuck : S69 C New Store Hourst Open Monday thru Saturday, Sa.m.tilMidnite We Reserve The Right To Limit Purchases None Sold For Resale Prices Good thru Wednesday Convenient Locations 200 East Main St. 421 South 21*4 St.

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