The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 8, 1967
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Page Two - Blvthevllle '(Art.) Courier News - Saturday, April 8, 1967 — Society News — ra .Smith, Society tdilur Phone PO 3-4461 JBits of Newsl Garden Club Announce Flower Show Winners s HiuJ ifn Johnjon .... , , Ar!;Ki)i!is \rtists exhibition lii'- W;a; .-iris Center ; lc.rU'3 in Little Rock April I; ,V-y !4. bill Miller, who has been critical condition for several week= in Methodist Hos pita! In Memphis, is reported improved. He is in Room 837E. -ncnoll Mrs. Robert Hall was pre-j able mention, in Class a. Dented the award of merit (or j The bird posters, along with having the best daffodils in the j the winning ribbons and special Garden Club's an-1 awards from the Arkansas Feda ; : Blytheville : Winners ,n the daffodil divi-, Blytheville *rea. were displayed jsionn-erel-A Mrs. \V. S. Allen,! by «'« Mon ' a Hu S hes > blrd ,";'-;;:'Second place, and Mrs. Robert poster chairman. ,£ ! ; Hall, third place; 1-C. M in! Mrs. C. G. Judging the entries were Mrs. George Hazel of Monette and Cut), Bo;, Exflant SCOUT NEWS .Pack 22, Den Two, visited the Blytheville Air Force Base this I M". Curtis Tapp of Leachviile. | , Hostesses for the show were j Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mrs James I fully. Mrs. Herman Huffman week. Tiie sentry dogs were pre- j ont ) place in division 2-C. sented in action and the group j Division 3-A was won by Mrs. was shown how the dogs were j Bugg; division 3-B was won by trained for their duties. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy PRIVILEGES ACTHOB1ZED HI SECOND CLASS MAIL BlytlH-vHle Courier \ewi BLVTIIEVILLE. ARK. ZIP - 72315 Hinr IV. names, publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts. Blvttievllle. • Ark. ^bllshPd daily except Sunday 6«cond CUBE postage paid »t Bly- thevt!!?, Ark. , HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blytheville and towns In the Blythevllle trade territory Dally 35c Der week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blythevllle £3.00 per year Mf>re than 50 miles irom Blythevlll* $18.00 per year THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. — 2:30 - 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. LAST TIME TODAY UNBELIEVABLE SECRET AGENT' jmSJWH THE LIQUIDATOR' fHHf/f. O SUN. • MON. • TUES. Abbott, first; Mrs. F. Reichel, second, and Mrs. B. A. Bugg. third; 1-D division was won by Mrs C. M. Abbott. were Mrs. Abbott, second; Mrs.. Bugs third and Mrs. Erich; Refreshments were served Lehmann, honorable mention, j from a table centered wifh an Division 2-B winners were Mrs. arrangement of spring flowers flanked by silver candlelabras holding yellow tapers. Mrs. W. S. Allen, president of the garden club, poured punch. Show chairman was Mrs. W. T. Metzger, Mrs. D. C. Pafford was in charge of decorations •md Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. James Dates were horticulture chairmen. Door p r i ? e s were won by Norvel Knepper, Mrs. Aubrey Boyd and Mrs. Pafford. Abbott, first, Mrs. James Gates second, and Mrs. Reichel, third. Mrs. Harvy Morris won first place and Mrs. Bugg wan sec- Mrs. Abbott. Mrs. W. r. Metzger won first and Mrs. Aobott won second in ;he 3-C division. In the division 4 doubles, small white winners were Mrs. first, and Mrs. Gates, second.. Small yellow winners were Mrs. Allen, first; Mrs. Reichel, second, and Mrs. Bugg third. Large double winners were Mrs. Hall, first; Mrs. Bugg, second, and Mrs. Abbott, third. Mrs. Allen placed first in the special class. Division 5-A winners were Mrs. Allen, first; Mrs. W. T. Metzger, second; and Mrs. Hall, third. Mrs. C, D. Pafford won first; Mrs. Gates second and M r s. Reichel won third in the 5-B division. Mrs. Abbott, second, was 6-A division winner. Winners in division 8 were Mrs. Hall, first; Mrs. Gates, second, and Mrs. Reichel, third. Division 9 was won by Mrs. Hall who placed first. Mrs. Pafford won first place and Mrs. Gates won third place in division II). In the collection of spring blossoms, Mrs. Cecil Graves won first place; Mrs. Reichel, second, and Mrs. Lee Stiles, third. Blue ribbon winners in the shrub specimens were Mrs. Har vey Morris, Mrs. Bugg, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Stiles. Second place winners were Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Allen and third place went to Mrs. Gates, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Bugg. Mrs. Stiles won the award of merit in this class and in the horticulture division. Sweepstakes was won by Mrs. Allen. Sweepstakes winner in the artistic division was Mrs. Pat- ford. Winners in the artistic division were as follows: Class 1, Mrs. Pafford, first; Mrs. Metzger, second, Mrs. Allen third, and Mrs. Bugg, honorable men- lion. Class 1 winners were Mrs. Metzger, first; Mrs. Pafford Won second and tri color award, Mrs. Bugg, third, and Mrs. Stiles, honorable mention. Winners of Class 3 were Mrs. Bugg, first; Mrs. Allen, second; Mrs. Pafford, third, and Mrs. Metzger, honorable mention. Class 4 winners were first, Mrs. Pafford who also won the creativity award; second, Mrs. Stiles; third, Mrs. Allen, and honorable mention, Mrs. Metzger. Mrs. Allen won first place, Mrs. Stiles, second; Mrs. Bugg, Ihird, and Mrs. Pafford, honor- Masterpoint Winners Told Masterpoint bridge winners this week are north-south. Mrs. King Tetley and Bill Nash of Jonesboro, first; Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Foy Etchiespn second; and Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Charles Langston Sr,, third. East-west winners were Mrs. Frank Grigsby, first; Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Ross Moore, second; and Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen, third. Shirley Webb Pledges Vows Miss Shirley Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Webb Jr. Michael Adams, son Of Mr and Mrs. Charles Adams of Manila recently were married at the Manila. Rev. Thurlo Lee, past6r of the church, performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. The couple are making their home in Leachville. Eastside Club Attends Show Members of the Eastside Garden Club spent their meeting day in Memphis on their annual tour. They show. attended the daffodil BASKETBALL ROYALTY - Miss Regin* James (center) was recently crowned Dell Junior Basketball homecoming queen. First alternate is Miss Beverly Riggs, left, and Miss Tonya Riggs, second alternate. Mist Jamei Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny James and Miss Beverly Riggs and Miss Tonya Riggs are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Max Riggs. .Ue een \-jt •oinel By 'Jonna Meacham iiiillliniiiiiiniiiuiniiniiiiriiii ..... iiiiniMiii Boys lettering in football this year from Gosnell High School are seniors, Eugene Lee, Butch Koons, Mike Ward, Jim Kesner, Mike Gray, Randy Frye and Mack Warner. Juniors include Corky Parrott, Curry Barnett, David Prince, Dale Crisley, Rob Ryenolds and Mike McKee. Sophoniore boys earning letters are Craig Pierce, Chick Gentry, Robert Neighbors, Don Meacham and Bill Taylor. Basketball letters were presented to Steve Dorris, Randy Frye, Dale Lewelling, Mike Little, Gary Luzader, Richard Mullins, Cliff Parrott, Craig Pierce, Mike Roberts, Dennis Travis, John Watson and Eddie Williams. The Gosnell chapter of Future Homemakers of America recently selected 17 girls to represent Gosnell at the state convention being held in Little Rock this weekend. The girls were selected on the basis of their work in F.H.A Attending the convention are Nola White, Brenda Loyd, Bev Hornbuckle, Kathy Sanders, Londa Gray, Gail Brown,_ Kathy LaFarlette; . Jenny Davis, Rheta Cotton, Cheryl Stovall, Vicki V o g 1 e, Connie Mower, Pam Power, Kay Cooper, Debbie Ross, Dian Galherie; Kalhy Holloway and Kathy Horrigan. The girls were accompanied by their sponsor, Miss T o n i Courtney, Miss Jane Starnes and chapter mothers, Mrs. Jimmy Meacham and Mrs. Leon Davis. The east of the Junior-Senior play recently presented an assembly composed of scenes Bunco Club Has Meeting The T & C Bunco Club met Wednesday with Patsy Hopper. Game winners were Barbara Poteet. high; Betty Richardson, big buncos; Delores Gifford, travelling and Dorris White, low. Refreshment! were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be May 3 in the home of Ozella Minnick. Calumet News TV Personality Will Be Guest Organist The Hammond Organ Society will meet Monday, April 10th, at~7:30 p.m. at the Bill Hurst Studios in Plaza Shopping Center. Jesalyn Payne Hudson, who appears on the Morning Show from Memphis, will he featured as guest organist. The public has been invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Bishop of Henderson, Tenn., were recent guests of his aunt, Mrs. Emma Larue. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Snodgrass and children of Elmhurst, 111., spent the Easter holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Marcus of Des Plaines, HI., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Jack Henderson, Mr, Henderson and family of West Memphis Sunday. Gary Burris of Ark ansas State University was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Burris. from their play, "Headin For a Weddin." Mistress of ceremonies, Mary Hays, announced the winners of the poster contest advertising the play. They were Rheta Cotton, first Michele Johnson, second, and Vicki Anderson, third. Students from the junior class selected to attend Boys State and Girls State are Donna Meacham, Pam Power, Sandi Hains, David Prince, R ob e rt Rogers and Ethan Azeltine. Study Book Is Reviewed The NWMS of First Church of the Nazarene met this week at the church with Mrs. Harold Thompson presiding and giving the devotional. Mrs. Norwood Cortney opened the meeting with prayer. The chapter of the study book was given by Charlotte Mitchell and closing prayer was by Mary Cameron. Beauty Briefs 'Facial' Enhances Hands Part of the beauty routine for hands should be a "facial" at least once a week. Just before retiring, bathe them thoroughly in lukewarm water, spread on cream and work smoothly into the skin. Give those cuticles a fair going over, too. Lashes Dramatizes Eyes Many beauty - fashion minded \vomen have already discovered tnat artificial eyelashes do more to accent, enhance and emphasize the beauty of their eyes than any other single type of make-up. These impart every from filling in sparse or short lashes to dramatizing the eyes in exciting new ways. Dine Out- CARD OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Geneva Haraway wishes to express sincere thanks for acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during our r«cent bereavement. Mrs. Hortna R. McCowan Mrs. Lynn LaGrone and Mrs. Dorothy Lawrence, Daughters Mrs. Marilyn Amarali and Miss Tania LaGrone, Grandchildren Bessie P. Ivy, Sister C. C. Haraway, Brother-in-law SUNDAY MENU Treat the family to our special dinner each Sunday . . . superbly prepared, generous portions of savory food, graciously served in congenial surroundings. In Plaza Shopping Center Serving From 11 am - 2 pm Sun. f-^t aza eria V* Southern Fried Chicken. . 55c Turkey & Dressing 75e Roasr Beef 70c Chopped Sirloin 90c VEGETABLES Creamed Potatoes Green Beans Fresh Fried Squash Candied Apples Macaroni & Cheese Whole Potatoes Assorted Salads & Pies REVIVAL NOW IN PROGRESS Bill Cardwell, Pastor-Evangelist J. A. Haynes, Song Leader APRIL 2nd-9th — 7:30 P.M. NIGHTLY Come & Bring a Friend NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH RT. 1, BLYTHEVILLE SPECIALS! Mon. • Tue. Wed. - Thurs. April 10-12-12-13 n i "/* ^7 / " Jfntroaucintf L-uitom texture Custom Texture is something new In dry eleaninj. It will briny that new garment /eel »nd look back lo your old garments. Try It now. . .during these dry cleaning specials. PANTS SKIRTS (Plain) SWEATERS SPORT COATS SHIRTS LAUNDERED AT THEIR BEST! Ladies' & Men's SUITS """*. far Good At Both Locations Downtown and Plaza Shopping Center A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mrs. Buddy Howard "For Every Right There Is A Obligation" ,If you kept telling a child about his rights and never about his duties, you'd soon have a spoiled brat on your hands. We're doing the same thing in this country but on a vastly more dangerous scale. The "right" of unions to strike lor more pay but no obligation to earn it. The "rights" of hew nations to independence but no obligation to prove they deserve it, no obligation to u«e freedom for the good of mankind. The "right" of young people to education but no obligation to pay their own way to get it. The "rights" of criminals and communists to flout the laws of our land, without any obligation to contribute to itj worth and its freedom. Spoiled children grow into adult criminals, who have to be punished by the decent society they defy. Why waitt .MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) "GHOST IN INVISIBLE BIKINI"—with Tommy Kirk & Deborah W alley "INDIAN PAINT" — with Johnny Crawford and Jay Silverheels SUN. • MOM. (A-JYIY) TUES. Something for Everyone! • ZERDMOSTeL PHILSILVERS JACKG1LFORP rau _ BUSTeRKEATDN JKif/\\ n 4 MELVIfJ FRANK Ptcduci "AFUNNYTrilNG HAPPENED ON THE WAYTOTHE FORUM" COLOfl by Datuw LriaMifc. UNITED ARTtSfS COMING SOON TO THE ALFIE — With Micnael Caine & Shelly Winters PENELOPE — With Natalie Wood & Dick Shawn SATURDAY ONLY TRIPLE FEATURE (1st Feature) (2nd Feature) THEiR JUSTICE WAS THE, ARROW., jr. cult.- : Minim y^Vaoai 'ROlERTSON-HYERj^COREY Come by 7, see 3 features. Come by 8:30, see 2. Comi by 9:30 see one. SUN. • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE You've neverheatif faster beats or seen wilderfun! M-G'M warn OPENS AT 6:30 SHOW STARTS AT DUSK

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