The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1967 · Page 2
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Page Two ~Blyffiertll«TArK.) Courier News - Saturday, April 18, 1967 — Society News — Dunna Smith, Society Editur Phone PO 3-4461 Mr. Brashier Presents Program i,j;ii!!»'!::''::'!;'ii;''i!i:':'i'i i-iii'll!' 1 ] iBirs of Newsl /! l; r- The Home and School Society j = of Immaculate Conception | ~ Chiiivb m»! Tuesday at the j M[ . s ^.^ Fra2Jcr of S(uarti •chu: vjaic.ena. j visiting her sister, Mrs. A nnmii'viing committee was r "*-' J. Louis Cherry and Mr. Cherry Mrs. E. E. Martin and Mrs. I. R. Colcman of Memphis formerly of Blytheville. were here yesterday to visit friends. ,..„ .... ..- - -I Mrs - Ross D - Hughes has re- Mrs. Smith, social chairman, | turned from Witchala Falls, Tex. announced that a skating party She was accompanied home would be April 23 and the school ' "— '— " n "-' api.-oinleri to select officers .for the coming year. They are Mr. ,1/ie Hamby, Mrs. Wallace Smith JV V .. Pnl 'Birch and Mrs. Kay Cohimbu... Officers will be e- Jeeted at the next meeting. picnic will be April 24 with Mrs. Jean Layton in charge. by her mother, Mrs. A. D. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. John Logan and Bob Brashier presented the j daughter Kitty, have returned program which was composed j to their home in Little Rock af- Q[ taped speeches made at the i ter visiting Mr. Logan's parents, n n fo,-« ninh nn the snhiect. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan. Rotary Club on the subject, '.'Youth of Our Times." Speech- Texarkana attorney; Jerry Fletcher, BHS student council president; J. K. Williams, Superin- telidant and Mr. Brashier, stu-1 Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Goodin es. were by Richard Arnold, a am i daughter, Gaye, of Russellville, are guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Snow. Mrs. Ranfly Fussell and son, dent counsellor. j R ' a ' ntiy j fr O f "whitehaven, Tenn., The last meeting of the year are t ne weekend guests of her will be held May 9. Boys Honored • • With Party John Pace and Teddy Catt celebrated their ninth birthdays Wednesday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. -There were 24 guests attending and game winners were Patty Scissell and Lynne Watson, John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pace and Teddy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Catt, all of Keiser. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McWaters. Dale Smith Has Brithday Walker Park Roller Drome was the setting for a skating party honoring Dale Smith on his ninth birthday. There were thirty guests pre- j sent. Game winners were Mike Hopper and Randy Simers. Dale is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith. Card Of Thanks The family of Mrs. Martha Bartholomew "wishes to express sincere thanks for acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during', our r-s- ; cent bereavement. The Family of Mrs. Martha Bartholomew Peerless Cleaners 416 South Franklin SPECIALS! APRIL 17-18-19-20 •PANTS 3FOR •SWEATERS •SKIRTS MEN'S OR LADIES' SUITS . . . $ 1 00 Prices Good At Our Plant April 17-18-19-20 Let Us Clean All Your Woolen Blankets Cold Storage of Furs & Woolens A PENSIVE MOOD strikes the rage of the European fashion world as TwiggJ looks over one of the hundreds of dresses she is modeling while visiting the United States. The shingle- shaped youngster poses for ?120 an hour for fashion magazines and ads during her six-week stay. PTA Reports Dell PTA members met Wednesday in the school cafeteria for the last meeting of the school Miss Sandra Olivia Thweatt Santo Thweatt To Wed Samuel Wilson McManis The engagement of Miss Sandra Olivia Thweatt to Samuel Wilson McManis was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thweatt of' Luxora, at a tea given by Mrs. Thomas H. Callis, Mrs. T. L. Stanford, Mrs. C. B. Thomas and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins. Mr. McManis is the son of Rev. and Mrs. L. W. McManis She received an associate of arts degree from William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., where she was on the dean's list, treasurer of Phi Theta Kappa, national' honor fraternity and a member of the Jameson Singers, the college choir. Miss Thweatt received a bachelor of arts degree from Southwestern in Memphis where she of Greenwich, Conn. Iwas a member of Kappa Delta The bride-elect is the grand-1 sorority and the Southwestern Singers. She graduated from the Uni- ooga, Tenn., and the late Dr. versity of Tennessee in Decem- and Mrs. 0. Howton of Luxora. ber, receiving a cytology cer- Grandparents of the groom- tificate. At present she is a cy- elect are Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Itologist and histologist at the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Thweatt of Chattan- McManis of Lawrence, Kan., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rowland, also of Lawyear, jrence, Kan. The meeting was called to or-j Miss'Thweatt was graduated der by the president. • Rev. Jess Bruner, minister of Dell Methodist Church, gave the devotional. I from Luxora'High School where she was valedictorian, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Girl, cheerleader, football homecoming The president's message was! queen, duchess, in the Memphis read by Mrs. Jack L. Lewis, j Cotton Carnival and delegate Mrs. Bill West, high school to Girl's Stale. librarian, presented the pro-1 gram entitled, "What We See, Hear and Read." The business session was presided over by Mrs. Joe Dildine. Officers for the coming school year were installed by Oral Hunnicutt. They are president, Mrs. Joe Dildine; vice presi dent, Mrs. Arthur Tussing; Secretary Mrs. Oral Hunnicutt; and treasurer, Mrs. Russell Simpson. Room count was won by the seventh grade with the ninth grade winning second place. Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Lewis and Mrs. Dubb Healey. for the meeting Max Riggs, Mrs. The final meeting of the year of Sudbury P.T.A. was held Wednesday in the school auditorium. Mrs. John Fraser, president, opened the meeting with the pledge of allegiance. The devotional was given by Mrs. Ernest McKenzie who also introduced, the guest speaker, Mrs. Jerry Nail, who spoke on "The School Lunch Programs." Mrs. Forrest Crawfard read the president's message. Room count was won by Mrs. i Willie Moore and Mrs. Steve Eatmon. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Crawford, secretary, and the Birthday Is Today John Phillip Bates will celebrate his sixth birthday today with a party in his home. The guests will include Lana Bledsoe, Jerry Hacison, Ray Rayburn, John Sloan, Mike Bynum, Mona Bynum, Donna Kay Gray, Larry Powell, Troy Lambert, Jim Wilson, Rebecca McClean, Lisa Thomas and Glenda Williams. Assisting Mrs. Bates with the party will be Mr. Tony Gray, Charlotte Bales and Debbie Powell. Mrs. James Martin. All sixth grade mothers were recognized. Mrs. Fraser and Mrs. Woody Harshbarger, sixth grade mothers, were recognized for their outstanding work In the Sudbury P.T.A. program. New officers installed by Mrs. Jeanne Osipuk were president, Mrs. Ernest McKenzie; vice president, Mrs. Jimmy Goforth; secretary, Mrs. Forrest Crawford, and treasurer, Mrs. James Martin. It was announced that the state convention would be held in Little Rock April 26 and 27. Hostesses for the meeting were treasurer's report was given by j the first grade mothers. \Jiit -Jl uA Serving from 11 am - 2 pm SUNDAY ^ IN PLAZA T ^^ J| SHOPPING Cl.-iuflc.in Pierce, Mgr. laza CEN I ER eria SUNDAY MENU Turkey & Dressing . 75e Grilled Steak 55e (Smothered In Onion) Beef Liver 65e Southern Fried Chicken 55c VEGETABLES Cream Potatoes Fried Squash Swee' Potatoes w/Marshmallows Whole Kernel Corn Macaroni & Cheese June Peas a la Mushrooms (Choice of Vegetables, lac ea.) Assorted Salads & Pies Naval Hospital in Millington, Tenn. The prospective bridegroom was graduated from Greenwich High School and attended Alabama College in Monteallo, Ala. He is presently stationed at the Naval Air Station in Millington. The wedding will be solemnized June 30 at the First Baptist Church in Luxora. District To Meet The American Legion Auxiliary will have their District Five meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Legion Hut. All members have been urged to attend. Club To Meet The African Violet Club will meet Tuesday for their regular meeting at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. Bertie Hawks will be co- MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Coming Events Monday Day circles of First Baptist Church meet in the following homes: , Circle No. 1 — Mrs. Alvis Carpenter, 1009 Montclair Circle No. 2 — Mrs. Thomas Bogun, Rt. 3, Box 607 Circle No. 3 — Mrs. Frank Huffman, 1304 W. Walnut Circle No. 4 — Mrs. Garrett Abbott, ftt. 1, Box 17 Circle No. 5 - Mrs. Jay Romine, 817 Robind»l« Circle No. « — Mrs. Hoyt Brown, 333 Walter Circle No. 7 - Mrs. H. R. Crawford, 910 Hardin Circle No. 8 — Mrs. Chris Tomkins, Burdett* Circle No. 9 — Mrs. C. F. Bazar, 1621 Holly. Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church will have circle meetings in the following homes: 2:00 P.M. Woman's Society of Christian Service Circles meeting in homes Circle No. 1 — Mrs. Harvey Morris, 1138 West Hearn Circle No. 2 — Mrs. Clifford Councille, 117 Terry Lane Circle No. 3 — Mrs. J. W. Adams, 1140 West Hearn Circle No. 4 — Mrs. James T. Peterson, Jr., 200 North 21st Street/ Circle No. 5 — Mrs. Henry Humphreys, 819 West Main Circle No. 6 — Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, 606 Chickasawba. 8:00 P.M. Circles No. 7 — Mrs. W. T. Fincher, Jr., 312 Scott. Ridgecrest Baptist WMU regular meeting with Mrs. Martha Frank, 119 W. Moultrie, 7:30 p.m. Dell Methodist WSCS Trinity Baptist WMU Masonic Wives Club" Burdette PTA .Episcopal Churchwomen Very Little Theatre play practice City Hall 7 p.m. Tuesday Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority New Liberty Baptist WMS Airmen's Wives Club Lone Oak Extension, Homemakers Club Rainbow Girls Masonic Temple : African Violet Club 2 p.m. Broadmoor Garden Club Orpheus Club Blytheville Junibr High School P. T. A. 3 p.m. executive board 2:30 p.m Wednesday Great Books Club hostess and all members have been urged to attend. 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 WftTUKClSTEK LEEMtRVIN-IOIEBTIVtn JUIPAUKCE-ULHUIUMT SUN. MON. TUES. The Screen's Supreme Achievement "TOBRUK" with Rock Hudson and George Peppard In Technicolor PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 11 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Newl BLYTHEVILLE, ARK- ZIP - 72315 Harry W Haines, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Stt. BlvtlKWille. Ark. PubHshfd dally ezcept Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DKLfVEkT RAXES In Blythevllle and towns In tfcr Blythevlllft trade territory Daily 33 ° 0" wert BY MAtL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Wltriln 50 miles of BlythevllH S8.00 per year Mnre than SO miles from Blyta«vlU« $18.00 per year , ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE WAR, DADDY" PLUS "B/LL/f" SUN. MON. TUES. WED. DOUBLE FEATURE ROCK CLAUDIA HUDSON CARDINALE "BLINDFOLD PLUS A SURFI SNOW ..•: BALLI GARY CLARKE • CHRIS NOEL A UMVEMM. MIMK Thursday Woman's Missionary Union of Mississippi County Baptist Association 10 a.m. New Liberty Baptist Church. Duplicate Bridge League Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club Women of BAFB Chapel Flat Lake Extension Horn*makers Club Friday Chapter N, P.E.O. Sisterhood Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes SATURDAY ONLY TRIPLE FEATURE First Feature 3rd Feature monster with the power *o turn living screaming flesh into stone' Second Feature I'WWJULNii r n.iunr;*H lf •;' l APACHE UPRISING ;•, A.C.IVIES mtt.'.<?< . TECHNICOLOR TECHHISCOPE • Come by 7 P.M. See All 3 Features • Come by 8:30 P.M. See Two Features • Come by 9:30 P.M. See One Feautre . ACOtpeiA PICTURES BOBSf SUN. •MON. •TUES. DOUBLE xFEATURE A UH am-BEgl FffflS FiffliiCIBI DORIS DAY RODTAYUOR ARTHUR GODFREY INNmrANDHEKOCOLOR! Come by 7 See Two Features Come by 9 See One Feature . Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE (A-MY) Bloodthirsty Vampire Lives Againl DM PRINCE OF DARKNESS COLOR ir/ DE Only lite lord Of The Dead Could Unleash Them! „ SEVEN ARTS HM.1MER PRODUCTIO'<S RELEASED 61 SUN.* MON.« TUES.t WED. (A) (KCMMENKO FOR DATUM AUDIENCES) MICHAELCAINEsAiFlE MUICENT MARTIN -JUIIA FOSTER.' 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