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May 5, 1967

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Page Two -gytfavffla (Art.) Cfrirler News - Friday, May '», I96T — Society News — Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Ht'll'llUllllllI'llllltl'lllll"! 1 ! , M of News! Honor Society Is Elected /H'Moini DAR Announces)! Lineage Worshop Plans ^ muj The Churl ;voix c h a p t c r of i iiuiniiiiiiiun u»u iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiui , Daughters uf American Revo-i MrSf Aubrey C onway was re- »'°n in 'he Study Center May lui'ion held their regular month-, turned , 0 hcr homc y cs t c rday 24 ' h n:......ri .'tl'ie Drummer Boy : from , he Baptist Hospital in; Following the meeting -"• / a i The Blythevilla High School i I chapter of the National Honor Society held its formal initia- licilauranl. Tlie meeting was pi-t:eeded by luncheon. Mrs. E. L, Hale, chaplain, in .lulled the officers for t h e cumin? year who are regent, Mi:... .'-lai-iiia Ferrell: vice regent, iV.r.1. Curtiss Anderson; chaiv-:. , . irs. J. Louis Cherry; rccorJin:: secretary, Mrs. S. S. Corvcsi-oiding secretary, Mrs Memphis offi- '<*« for the year were elected. Visiting in the home ef Mr. .They are: Steplian Deen, presi- and Mrs P E Cooley is Mrs. dent; David Jones, vice-presi- Cooley's sister, Mrs. Fr a nk ; dent; Melinda Guard, secretary Beech of St. Louis. Shiela Baguley, treasurer; and Leonard Rocfielle and Vernie shar °" Edwards, historian Reynolds of Chicago were the! Dura* the formal initiation, weekend guests of Mrs. R. F.I which every year by tradition Banks and Ruby of New Lib- er y ' j .. 'adviser presided. J. A. Loyd of Memphis was r Mrs. Graham Partlow Jr.; historian, Mrs. George Pollock Jr. and librarian, Mrs. J. C. Ellis. The meeting was presided ovei) by the regent, Mrs. Lloyd the recent guest of his mother, Mrs. Reba Loyd of New Liberty. Speeches were made by different members of the faculty CONCERT IS TONIGHT - The Blythevllle High School and Junior High School band departments will present their annual spring concert, "Bands in Revue," tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the BHS auditorium. Tickets may be bought from any band member and will be on sale at the door. Prices are 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students. -(Unction of David Emery and Robert A. school band. dnector Patsy Gifford Has Birthday Walker Park Roller Drome was the setting Tuesday for a surprise skating party in honor kansas State University where she is a sophomore. Whiitaker who opened with the ritual. The president general's message was read by Mrs. 0. W. Miss Ann Pride has been Coppedge and the National De-, named assistant campus fense report presented by Mrs. 'editor for the Traveler, s Miss^^la^ston^gh^n the importance and purpose ^E Pa£ G&' ^.as {" °? lr - afnd BMhevme rleS ha C s ^"ffffctari^B. celebrating her 20th birthday. Laneston of Blytnevuie, nas > *• hwr, elected to serve as cheer- IAbel - TelT >' L - Huckabee and S; 1 ^^ IndUnfat A^^.Russ^l,, described the Mrs. individuals ive to be elected. Freeman Robinson ex- the parts of the club and Mrs. Lloyd Stick; , , ^ competed ^ the | Arka sas^ She is ,e daughter - Near the^of the in , lineage workshop which will be of Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride of . held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church June 6. Coffee and reg- Blytheville. Local students receiving grad- club pin. istration will be at 9a.m., work-Juate assistantships for furteri . After the meeting a reception shop is from 10 to 12 followed | study at Arkansas State Uni- jwas held in the home economics by lunch and the afternoon vers j tv for the summer and fall!™ om - Hostesses were Mrs. will be from 1 to 3 semesters are Miss Jackie James C. Guard and Mrs. Mary workshop p.m. jVowell, Miss Lana Greene, Miss All interested non members Eva Graves, Miss Marietta Ann of DAR have been invited to at- Lucas. Henry Robinson and Jim- Alexander. Members of the 1967 National Honor Society elected by the O! onn. nave uccn IUVILCU tu "i tju^nu. ..^....j ^.u......... « tend. Registration fee is $1 and my Nelson, all of Blytheville. |». £*, P« Adams H r the workshop will be conducted I Arnold Lee Steward, former j by.Mrs. E. M. Standefer of Blytheville sluden t and Blythe- Memphis. ''' et A ander * nnie . Ander- The program was presented by Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr. She reviewed the book, "Miracle at Philadelphia," by Kath- crine Drinker Bowen. Garden Club Has Meeting The Eastside Garden Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg with Mrs. W. T. Boren, Mrs. J. A. Breysacher and Mrs. W. J. Fitzmaurice serving as co-hostesses Mrs. Bradberry opened the meeting with prayer. Group leader was Mrs. John "Roses ville Courier News carrier, has been accepted for membership in the National Honor Society. He is. the grandson of Mrs. H. E. Smith of Blytheville and is a junior at Del Valley High School, Austin, Tex. Mrs. Tom Callis, Mrs. T. L. Stanford of Luxora and Mrs. Hart Brown of Blytheville have returned from a historical pilgrimage through Holly Springs, and Natchez, Miss., and Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. George McLeod is a patient in Doctors Hospital following an accident. She is in room 216 and may have visitors. Roger Dale Massey recently broke his left arm while play- Carter Berry, Vance Blackwell, Kay Bolton, Pat Burrow; Jane Copeland, Stephan Deen, Dindy Dillahunty, Wilma Dudey, Sharon Edwards, Marjorie Germain, Mamie Go, Susan Srigsby, Melinda Guard; Walt. Hampton, Ernest Hardesty, Ginger Harpole, Shirley Jones, Penny Knipple, Jerry Lucas; Deborah McHaffey, Jeri Parrish, Kathy Pollard, Marilee Sichardson, Susie Robinson, Peter Shirley, Emmalyn Sims and Ron Wilson. Clouse, who spoke on "Roses jng a( kindergarten. He is the and Irises." | son a f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. W. E. Buchannon spoke i Rojer Massey. on irises and Mrs. Bugg read a poem entitled "A Seeds." Package of Bunco Club Meets In Minnick Home Members of the T t, C Bun- .co Club met this week in the „ , . , t n , jjhome of Ozella Minnick. Refreshments of coffee and . .. cookies were served. Winners were Dons White, high; Carla Williams, big bun- cos and traveling and Nadine A-discussion on free style arrangements was given by Mrs. Ray. Attending as guests were Mrs. Knix. Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Jones, ail from Illinois and Mrs. Kelt- ncr. -"; Mrs. Brooks Hosts Meeting The Joy Sunday School Class ef Calvary Baptist Church met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Joe Brooks with six members attending. Mrs. Gertrude Rambo was welcomed as a guest. The meeting was opened with the devotional given by Mrs. Melba Wilson. The community mission month project will be Parkview Manor Nursing Home. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. MURR THEATRE Your friendly Thtatrt OSCEOLA •••••••••••t STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 • 7:30 p.m. Crenshaw, low. The next meeting will be June 7 with Sara Goforth as hostess. FRIDAY & SATURDAY "iDTRODS TO HELL IMgOU IOCD10K Birthday Is Celebrated Patrick Phillips celebrated his 9th birthday Tuesday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 20 guests attending. Game winners were Pat Phillips and Mike Rose. Patrick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips Jr. of Blytheville. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA Bridge Winners Announced Members of Pown One Bridge Club met Wednesday in t h e home of Mrs. Harry Churchwell. Game winners were Mrs. Burt Phillips, Mrs. Pete Hughes and Game winners were Pat Mor- Connie Gifford and Arlie ns, Scriuner. Patsy is the daughter of Mr. Class Has Dinner Meeting The Willing Workers Sunday School Class of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday njght for their monthly potluck supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker. There were 14 members present. Drew Hughey, president of :he class, presided over the Dusiness session. Prayer was led by Doward Tatum and Gene Carrico gave the devotional, his subject being "Unbelief." Dismissal prayer was offered by Richard Wiles, pastor of the church. Miss Cockrell Miss Cockrell Is Winner Miss Joyce Ann Cockrell, a junior in Blytheville High School, is the winner of the Crisco Award for the outstanding student in Home Economics for Blytheville High School. This award is based on a knowledge and attitudes homemaking test, scholastic achievement in home economics, leadership, and service- in the Future Homemakers of America. Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cockrell, of Blytheville. She has served as Future Homeakers of America presi- Mrs. Jack Rinehart. dent lhis . and is the pres i. The club will play next! dent elect for nex t year. She is week in the home of Mrs. j Future Homemakers ef Amer- Hughes. It's an oldtime trick, and still good! To decorate a sponge cake, place a paper doily (with a simple pattern) over the top of the cake and sift confectioners sugar through the holes 'n the pattern. Remove the doily with extreme care. ica Federation IX reporter, served as F. H. A. reporter and as recording secretary in Blytheville Junior High School. She also serves as treasurer of Teenage Republicans and is an active member in the Stu. dent Council, Beta Club, and Future Business Leaders of America. FRIDAY & SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE "Johnny Tiger" with Robert Taylor PLUS "Gunpoint" with Awlie -Murphy WE'RE MOVING! SALES & SERVICE CLOSED SAT., MAY 6th REOPEN HON., MAY 8th AT OUR NEW LOCATION BOB SULLIVAN Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. 1401 So. Division (So. 61 Hi-way) Phone PO 3-4578 COME SEE US! Fine dry macaroon crumbs are good to add to a part of Seven - Minute Frosting that is being used as a cake filling. Let the macaroons dry thoroughly before trying to crush them into fine crumbs. Party Honors Becky Fleming Becky Fleming was honored n her 9th birthday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 15 guests attending and game winners were Rita Branscum, Kim Halstead and Elizabeth Royer. Becky is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fleming. Wilma Cole Is Honored Mrs. Marjorie Wright entertained the nurses and office staff members of Doctor's Hospital and their husbands with a cookout at her home Tuesday. The affair was in honor of Wilma Cole who will be leaving soon to make her home in Texas. There were 24 guests attending. 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Ark HOME DELIVERY RATES In Blytheville and towns in thi _ , „ _- . , , r , i BlythevlllB trad, territory Ranclell Cartwnght and John | Daily 350 per mat BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within SD inilea p! Blyth.vlU* S8.0D per year Vora than 50 miles from Blythevlllt S18.00 oer year Stacy Gee Has Birthday Stacy Gee celebrated her 9th birthday with a party Saturday at Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 22 guests attend- ng and game winners were Owens. Stacy is- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gee. LAST TIME TODAY "HARUM SCARUM" — wlilvis Presley MASQUERADE" — with Cliff Robertson OPENS AT 7:45 — SHOW STARTS AT DUSK SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE leen-Agers ^oom 2a To Supersize And *xr Terronze A Town! hH.B.WtOS An Ditej- Betas Ritee , COLOR OPENS AT 7:45 *3HOW STARTS AT DUSK SUN. NOMINATED FOR 5 AWARDS! TUE. First Showing in BlytheYille! DRIVE-IN OPENS AT 7:45 — SHOW STARTS AT DUSK) Box Off ice. Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY (A-MY) "THE QUILLER MEMORANDUM" — with George Segal & Senta Berger SATURDAY ONLY (A-MY) SEVEN again... MAGNIFICENTagain! "Return of the Seven • T K K A T H I • SUN. •MON. «TUE. (A-MY) FROM ONI HOT-SCO OF INTRIGUE TO ANOTHER! £v nut/ iniLUh M.LVUI\nuiinliUulLLuI.UUIIIl. ^ THE LIQUIDATOR -MRQCOlflR OuMING BOON TO THE HlTZ HOTEL — With Rod Taylor A Catherine Spuk IN LIKE FLINT — With James Coburn A Let J. Cobb DOCTOR VOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING — With S«ndrt !>• Gearge Ilamlllton

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