The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 25, 1967
Page 2
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Page Two - Blylhevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, March 25, — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Guild Meets The Wesleyan Service Guilds Of First Methodist Church met recently with Mrs. L. D. Hams presiding over the business meeting. Mrs. Ira Gray presented the pro' /:, "Compulsive Conformity and Christian Values." Mrs! U:iy Harrison sang a song for the .group, accompanied 0:1 the piano by Mrs. F. L. fairick. Films were also shown to the group. OUiOT bartlsipaling on the program wsw Mrs. H. B. Jackson. Mrs. Harris, Mrs. C. A. Vincent and Mrs. Jerry Hearn. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. J. M. Taylor, Miss Janet Tyalor and Mrs. W. R SummervUle. Phone PO 3-4461 Kindergarten Has Egg Hunt The kindergarten classes of Mrs. Ralph Nichols kindergar- (en recently enjoyed Easter egg hunts. The morning class was entertained by Rendy Osipuk at his grandmother's home, Lucille Campbell with his mother, Mrs, Joe Osipuk, assisting. Winners of the egg hunt were Ellen Godley, for finding the most eggs and Scott Hancock for finding the golden egg. Following the hunt, the chil dren were served refreshment: of decorated cupcakes and icec drinks. The afternoon classes belt their egg hunt in the park en Division Street. Winners of the hunt in this group were Dwight Bird am Scott McPherson. Refreshments were served to the children. GIRLS OF THE MONTH — Miss Yvonne Gonzales (left) lias been chosen Junior High School girl of the monlli by the Blytheville Chapter of Future Homemakers of America. B.H.S. girl of the month, chosen by -the chapter, is Miss Shirley Priddy who is a senior this year. Both girls serve their chapter as officers. They were chosen for the month of February. Airmen's Wives Club Has Regular Meetings Members of the Airmen's Wives Club met this week for their social meeting at Kingsley Hall. Deputy base fire chief, W. H. Woods, gave a talk on fire prevention. Highlights of his discussion were careless smoking habits and kitchen fires. There were 14 members present. Attending the meeting as guests were Mrs. Thomas Shick, Mrs. Jerry Shipley and Mrs. Wallace Stevens. The club presented a baby gift to Mrs. Michael Castro. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Game prize winners were Mrs Ronald Smith, Mrs. Richard Phillips and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. David Cook won door prize. E.H.C. MEETING NOTES Members of the Extension ilomemakers Club met this ivcek in the home of Mrs. 0. M. Mitchell for an all-day meet- ng. Mrs. Ethel Wadkins presided over the meeting with 10 mem bers and two guests, Mrs. B. F. Gay and Mrs. India Sanders, present. Mrs. Mitchell was welcomed as a new member. The devotional was given by Mrs. Mitchell. A pot luck luncheon wss served at noon. Mrs. Tassie Robinson displayed the eye opener which was a pin cushion. Roll call was by Joyc* Riggs and each member answered by telling what they look for in buying materials. Mrs. Riggs also gave » discussion on selecting patterns. Secret friends received, gifts and Marjorie Tweet presented each member with * pot holder. Airmen's Wives Club hel their semi-annual election din ner recently for members and their husbands. There were 23 persons present. White corsages were presented to the new officers. The dinner table was centered with Easter baskets and a large Easter egg. Attending as a special guest Egg Hunt Is Planned STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri—7:30 P.M. Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous ; Showing From 2 P.M. Special Easter morning services of the First Assembly of God Church at Seventh and Ash streets will feature an Easier egg hunt for the children and every child attending will be given a pet. Hie egg hunt will be sometime after 9:45, when the service is scheduled to begin. The pels will be distributed after servcies. was the club's honorary advisor, Mrs. B. F. DeHann. Installed as new officers were president, Mrs. David Kock; vice president, Mrs. lion Canham; secretary, Mrs. * e Ralph Fortune; treasurer, Mrs. Richard Gresham; member al large, Mrs. Richard Phillips am parliamentarian, Mrs. Castro. Out-going officers were president, Mrs. Castro; vice presi- LAST TIME TODAY dent, Mrs. Robert Scallan; secretary, Mrs. Ronald Smith; treasurer Mrs. Dennis Koch anc Mrs. Milton Canham, parliamen tarian. The next meeting will be a business meeting April 4 ai Kingsley Hall at 7:30 p.m. Airmen's wives interested in the club are asked to call Mrs David Koch at PO 3-72SO for in formation. A U N I VCR 9 SUN. • MON. • TUES. MICHAEL CAINE us* AlfiEl RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES A PARAMOUNT PICTURE^TECHNICOLOR* A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By MM. Buddy Howard Victory vs. defeat. Victory is not alwiys eommend»ble. And surely, defeat need not be disgraceful. In human experience, there are levels in both victory and defeat. For example, when we see a bewildered man defeated because he lacked the courage to win, we pity his pathetic picture. But, when we see a courageous man going down to defeat after trying his best to win, we glory him in defeat, and at times it is even tragic defeat. This is especially true If a principle of justice, integrity, fair play or personal honor is involved. None of us can win every time. How we lose is often more important than how we win. To succumb, or be subdued because we lack the courage for the struggle to win is the only time disgrace can be linked to defeat. Yes, it is possible to win when one loses. MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club met Wednesday at the clubhouse for a workshop meeting with Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mrs. R. L. Adkiason as hostesses. There were 13 members and seven guests attending. Guests were Mrs. D. R. Garner, of Ft. Pierce, Fla., Geni« Vonhofe of Memphis, Mr«. Robert Schmalz, Mrs. R6y:Gaines, Mrs. John Garner, Mrs. Jim 3urks and Miss Pat Cole. Mrs. Burks gave a demonstration on grape clusters and Mrs. Newman Conyers gave a discussion on artificial flowers. Mrs. Hearn reported on taking her kindegrarten to the Nursing Home. The next meeting will be In April with Mrs. Woodrow Nutt. Luncheon Honors Miss Bazar Miss Sandra Baznr, bride- elect of Bud Rbbinson, was honored Thursday with a luncheon at the Blytheville Country Club. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs, Kendall Berry, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcbmb and Mds. Louis McWaters. Special guests were Mrs. C. F. Bazar and Mrs. B. L. Robinson, mothers of the couple. They were presented with pink carnation corsages and the honoree w»s presented with » white glamleia corsages by the hostesses. The luncheon table was centered with an arrangement of iris, snap dragons and spring flowers. For the occasion, Miss Bazar chose a blue sheath dress with white lace trimmed yoke collar and yellow accessories. An out - of - town guest was Mrs. C. P. Vickery «f Temple, Tex., grandmother of the bride- elect. Miss Bazar and Mr. Robinson were married last night in a ceremony p e r i o r m e d at the Mrs. Elliott Gives Program gram, "Are Home Missionaries deeded?" The meeting was opened with tie calendar of prayer followed >y prayer by Mrs. J. L. Bassetl. Mrs. C. C. Elliott, program leader, introduced and concluded the program. Taking parts on the program were Mrs. N. C. Patterson, Mrs. Weldon McCann, Mrs. Preston Lawrence, and Mrs. Andrew Richardson, who dismissed the group with prayer. • Miss Brown First Baptist Church. pits of News| '•ay. uerAOnai | Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mary Brown Is Chosen. Miss Miry Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Brown of Steele has been selected as one of the 20 outr standing freshman girls at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Selection is based upon the qualities of leadership, grades, personality and appearance. The girls have special uhi- forms and pins and assist at school elections and usher at all school wide functions during their sophomore year. The organization is known as Chimes. Miss Brown is also a major- Rose lette for the Marching Razor- MODEL — Miss Karen Jol- iey, former Blytheville resident, is now a fashion model in St. Louis. She recently earned the title of Most Promising Model of M. Miss Jolley is a seni&r in I St, Louis high school. Violet Club Has Meeting Mrs. Lucy Thompson «nd Mrs. J. A. Braysacher were hostesses to members of the African Violet Club when they met for their regular meeting Tuesday with 17 members present. Attending as guests, were Mrs. John Walker and Mrs. Roy Mitchell. Mrs. Breysacher, president, opened the meeting by reading a poem from the yearbook. Mrs. W. E. Buchanan led the group in prayer. Violets for the yearly project were discussed and the club decided that Mrs. Breysacher would order what she thinks the club will like. The program, "The Cause of Roots and Stem Crown Rod, Symptom and Treatment," was presented by Mrs. M. H. Rogers Following the meeting coffee of Fayettevllle are spending the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cuadra. Dr. and Mrs. Howard R. Bailey and son Kevin of Mitchell, S. D., are Easter guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey Sr. Dr. Bailey, former associate pastor of the First Methodist Church here, is now associate professor of religious philosophy at Dakota Wesleyan University. Miss Dorothy Boone has been accepted into the Memphis Dental Society of American Dental Assistants Association. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Boone Of Blythevilie and is spending the Easter weekend with her family. Billy Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller, will undergo major surgery Tuesday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. He is in room 851-E. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Enderson and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Woody Enderson, spent last week in New Orleans attending a Life & Casualty Insurance Company convention. Over, the weekend they visited Naval Avi. ation Candidate Woody Enderson, who is attending officers school at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols are in Jonesboro to attend the funeral of her uncle, W. M. Freeze. PTA Reports Members of Yarbro PTA will not have a meeting this week, The next meeting will b* April 3. back Band. Armorel ;his week Baptist for the WMS circle met pro- Girls Have Birthdays Miss Sandy Jarrctt and Misl Susan Sims were honored on their birthdays with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome this week. Sandy was 9 years old arid Susan was 6 years old. There were 24 guests attending and game winners were Susan Sims and Cindy Sims. Parents of the girls are Mr. and Mrs. Arling Sims and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jarrelt, both tit Reiser. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••t******•••••••••• SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM NCO Wives Turn Models Members of the NCO Wives Club recently presented spring fashion show with fashions from Jiedels Fashion Center. Models were Mrs. Henry Britt Mrs. Joe Garcia, Mrs. John Hays, Mrs. Francis Huffman, Mrs. James Robinson, M r-s> Wilbur Rastatter, Mrs. John Rupp, Mrs. Calvin. Schooley and Mrs. David Thewes. Back stage co-orainator for the show was Mrs. Jesse Dyer. Narrorator was Mrs. John Orr. Ruth Shearin of Jiedels presented door prizes of gift certificates for $10, $5, and $2.50. The jewelry worn by the models was by Sarah Coventry. The style show was followed by dancing. NCO Wives will have : a card and games day with prizes awarded for high score Tuesday, March 28. All members wives are invited to attend any activity sponsored by the club. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy and cake was served. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg with Mrs. H»wks as co-hostess, PRIVIIEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL BlTtheTiHe courier Newl BLVTHEVILLE, ABK. ZIP - 72315 Bun W. Hilnei, Publlihn . 3rd at Walnut Stl. BlTtherllle. Ark. . **iir>nir>*fl dally except Sunday Second Class postage paid at Bly- thevllie. Ark HOME DELIVER? RATES 11 BlythjTille and towni in Ue Blythevill* trade territory. Datiy 33o per week B5T MAIL PAIABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blythevllle J8.00 per year Unre than SO miles from Blytheville •lt.00 pel J«« MAKE IT A 'SPECIAL' HOLIDAY COME IN FOR EASTER SUNDAY MENU Treat the family to our special Easter dinner . . . superbly prepared, generous portions of savory food, graciously served in congenial surroundings. In Plaza Shopping Center Set ring from 11 AM - 2 PM Sunday Claudine Pierce, Mgr. PLAZA CAFETERIA TURKEY & DRESSING .... 75c CHOPPED SIRLOIN 90c HAM W/SAUCE 75c SPECIAL! Southern Fried Chicken Served with 2 Vegetables .... 75c VEGETABLES Snowflake Potatoes Green Peas a la Mushrooms Buttered Squash Whole Buttered Potatoes Yams \V/Marshmallowg Macaroni W/Cheeat Large Variety of Salads Beverages & Desserts a- fe Dine Out— \Easter Sunday DRUMMER BOY MENU • Beef Grenadins w/ curry rice • Southern Frtaf Cfiiefctn w/coiirttry gravy • B»»f Stroganoft w/tgg noodltt • Roast Prim* Rib Au Jus CaulHlowir Av Gratin Snowflakt PotattMt Marly Jun* Ptai Baby Lima Beans SERVING ALL DAY Drummer Boy MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division DEAN ANN- MARTIN MARGRET KARL MAIDEN t»w tjgblUMBW PICtirBES RELEASE —PLUS CARTOON— Opens at 6:30— Show Starts at Dusk During March, the Drive-In Will Be Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays Only. Starting April 1st, Open Full Tirne Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily front 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SATURDAY ONLY (GA) , That'Man OfThe West" ^ot-OR by Deluxe • SUN. •MON. •TUES. *WED. (GA).. GEORGE STEVENS;; ; THE : y- STORY EVER"- Because of the-anticipated heavy demand, we suggest you buy your admission tickets in advance to guarantee you a seat at the performance of^ your choice. Fllmtd In ULTRA PANAVISION® TECHNICOLOR® Rtltiud by UNITED ARTISTS FEATURES AT: 2:00 P.M. 5:15 P>M, 8:30 P.M. Admission: Adults $1.00 • Children 50e COMING SOON TO THE Rill EASf COME EAST 00—With Elvll tntuj THE VENETIAN AFFAIR — With Robert Vmif bn * Elk* SftffllMf FUNNT THING HAPPENED ON WAY TO FORUM — With Phil Silver* AI.FIE — With Michael Ciilne A Shell? Winters PENELOPE — With NnUllo Wood A Kick Sluwn

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