The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1967 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 15, 1967
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WyflwvBU (Ark.) Courier News - Msntoj.! Mr*. Wallace Thomspon was hostess to her bridge club last Honday night at her home. Mrs iue Bilbe of Reiser and Mrs. Jill Joe Denton was s p e c I a 1 luests. Preceding games * chicken ; ca id was the setting Saturday salad plate was served with! morning for the annual coffee snacks being served later In thej g j ven by Alpha Zeta Chapter of evening. Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority The house was d « e o r s t e d, honoring the senior girls from :hroughout with arrangements jShawnee, Reiser and Wilson THE too MILLIONTH vrtlele iroduetd In the United States by General Moten rolled 05 the assembly line it the JanesvlUe, Wis n plant Wtently. The production total Includes all can *Hd trucks, and a number of other vehicles originally produced by the company but no longer in production. The figure was compiled for the 58 li years sine* GtneraJ Motors was organized. . A FRIGHTENED CRY goes up from a little Vietnamese girl, who can't understand that Airman Second Class David Prieto, 21, of San Antonio, Tex., volunteered his time to inoculate her against disease, not to hurt her. The scene was at a 102-member children's orphanage In Bien Hoa. South Vietnam. W/LSON NEWS ,..,. «••••• MM. W. A. HOOAN, Jr. »*t••»•••••••••••'***•**'******************' bit ((tended Vanderbllt Chapter Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance at the Noel Hotel as guest of Reggie Cullom. Air Force Base Expk>r-,durlaf Saturday nifhl. The beyTWM Advli»r frtd Dtqtoa, who Encampment. They joined attended the Explorer Ball spent the entlrei tte»« th«fe, a»d 1MT * Pig* about 200 Explorer Scouts from Saturday night with |untl from •ortheast Arkansas, northwest i Blylheville and the Air F o r o e Tennessee and wuttiwit Ml*- Ba «' souri for a tour ol tiie air base, Explorer! attending different demonstration!, a tour of B-52 bombers and tankers w«re Saturday with them. Transpor- UUon w«s {mulshed by Mapra Alexander and James Rejtrs. Mlu Judy Craln li home Freddie Parn»II, M«fvin Shan-| from thl university thli week H. A. Gilbert of Dallas Jolat4 Mi wife and son last .week for,«_. visit to ft* homi ol Ms wlM'§ : pariftts, Mr. and Mr» If. ^ .. . ._ ...... . . andis'participat!n|'ln'cottonJNichols.on. Mrs. Gilbert and son- which refuel bombers in mid- Charles Williams, Dale Slaton, Carnival activities in which slielreturned home with him Mon- '„....,. „,....,_-»,.. ,...„,-—.1 . .. _ -. . _ . day after spending several weefts with W parents. /-;.• non Jr., Wayne Andrews, ; Edwin Fleming, Bill Stoffle and ^ (t, e Tennessee Club Princess. The group donned parachutes:David Little from Joiner. The home of Miss Inez Kin- for a 15-minule ride in a C-511 Boy ScouU making the trip transport plane. Survival tram- were Mike Bngance, Larry ing was added to the encamp ment by 40-mile an hour winds and 2'/4 to 3 inches of rainfall of iris, peonies, ros«s and Pitter spring flowers. In games, Mrs. Jerry Culloro was high scorer, Mil, W. A. Hogan second high and MM. Thompson was brtdgo winner. Among those from Wilson at? tending the funeral of Mr. Al Lindsay, father of W, A. Lindsay last Tuesday in Newport were A. H. Williams, Guj Hegan, Mrs. Albert Greenwell and MM. Harvard Furman. Miss Ruth Cundiss and Mrs. Marie Hefner of Dallas were overnight guests of Mrs. 0, E. Sadler and family last Tuesday. Melissa Moore, daughter of Mr, and Mr». Sam Moore, eel* brated her birthday last Wednesday with a party at her class at Mrs. Sara Eaton's Kindergarten in West Memphis. That afternoon after school a group gathered at her home on Corona Lake for games, riding ponies and birthday cake and punch. Melissa decorated her own cake which was topped with a stagecoach, cowboys and Indians. Guests included Gwen Ford, Connie Thompson, Kim Hollis, LuAnne Speck of Frenchman Bayou, Sallie B. and Elizabeth Moore o£ Corona. Mrs. R. H. Nelson and daughter' Debbie and Mrs. Charles Bowles spent the weekend in Nashville as house guests of Mr and Mrs. Wilburn Smith. Deb- schools, Also attending were the emale teachers, school personnel and wives of the male faeuj- y members from the three schools. Mrs. J. C. Perry of Wilson jreeted the guests at the door. »!rs. Charles Oliver of Reiser served coffee and Mrs. Joe Hiliard, also of Reiser, served with an arrangement of pin roses. Spring fjowers were used n decorating at focal points Jiroughout the home. Highlight of, the morning was the awarding of the chapter scholarship of $100 to Miss Linda McDonald of Reiser to the college of her choice. Around 75 guests attended the affair. Mr. and MrT~T. J. MeAee Jr. were hosts to their bridge d«b Friday night with all members present. Preceding games strawberry served with assorted nuts being served later in the evening. Red roses and daisies were used in decorating. In games .Mrs. John Ellis and Mr. McAfee .were high scorers. The. analysis showed that no motive could be found for about half the suicides. However, 6,344 persons were reported to have committed suicide because of chronic diseases. Quarrels with parents caused 2,554 suicides and domestic arguments accounted for 1,822, with women making up 1,159 of this total. Hays, Jerry Williams, Eld on Alexander and Leroy Tippy. Accompanying the group were (She and her mother, Mrs, John Craln Sr,, Mr. and Mri- John Grain Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ballon, Jr. and Mrs, Glenn Railback of Pine Blulf and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rose of Blytlrt- First population census M. . Massachusetts was taken in 176Ji,'. 15 years before the Commoji- wealth was officially established. Mrs. Henry Williamson and sons Andy and Timmy of Tjp- tonville, Tenn., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crutcher, at Frenchman Bayou. Mrs. Harry Bitffin yas hostess to Club 10 Canasta members last Monday night in the Merrill Room of Wilson Cafe. Preceding games pie and cot fee were served. In games Mrs. Russell Nash was high scorer, Mrs. Russie Perry second high and Mrs. R. H. Cummings third. The parents of Head Start children invite persons who would like to work with the County Head Start Program to submit applications for the following positional APPLY TO: Director, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Economic Opportunity Commission, Inc., 215 Chickasawba, Blytheville, Arkansas. 3 Teachers 1 DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION 1 DIRECTOR OP NUTRITION 1 DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES 11 SOCIAL WORKER AIDS 2 REGISTERED NURSES Submit applications to Mr. Chris Tompkins, Jr. BURDETTE 1 Secretary 2 Bus Driver-Janitors 2 Cooks 3 Teacher's Aids Submit applications to Mr. Mack Todd DELL 3 Teachers 3 Teacher's Aids 1 Secretary 2 Bus Driver-Janitors 2 Cooks Mrs. Jewell Long Submit applications to DYESS 2 Teachers *2 Teacher's Aids 1 Cook I Bus Driver-Janitor Submit applications to Mr. V. J. Ashley (Rt. 2, Box 293) KEISER 3 Teachers 3 Teacher's Aids 1 Secretary 2 Bus Driver-Janitors 2 Cooks Submit applications to . Mr. Andrew Garrison '(Leachvillt Schools) ' • LEACHVILLE . 3 Tccahers *3 Teacher's Aids 2 Cooks 2 Bus Driver-Janitor* Submit applications to Mr. Carroll King LUXORA 6 Teachers 6 Teacher's Aids . 3 Cooks 1 Secretary 5 Bus Driver-Janitors Submit applications to Mr. R. H. Wilmoth, Jr. (Etowah, Ark.) MISSCO 1 Teacher 2 Teacher's Aid 1 Cook 1 Bus Driver-Janitor Submit applications to M. T. A. Woodyard (P.O. Box 1163) BLYTHEVILLE 23 Teachers 23 Teacher's Aids 3 Secretaries 8 Cooks Submit applications to Mrs. Bonnie Smith MANILA 6 Teachers 6 Teacher's Aid 3 Cooks 1 Secretray 5 Bus Drivers-Janitors * Part-time secretary'and/or part-time cook Applications must be in mail by Mon., May 15 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. Russie'Perry attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arthur in Munford, Tenn., last Sunday. Around 200 attended tha affair whidi was held at the Masonic Hall in Munford, Mrs., Arthur is Mrs. Perry's sister and Mrs. Wiley's aunt. Miss Teddy Mitchell of Mamphis was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr. over the weekend. Mrs. Ralph Robinson spent two days last week with her sister at Armorel. N. B. Ellis of Murray, Ky., spent a few days last week with visited numerous friends in Wilson. Mrs. J. R. Cullom Jr. will attend a luncheon Thursday at the Memphis Club Room given by Mrs. Thomas Moore. Members of Explorer Post No. 33 and Senior Boy Scouts of Wilson left at 9 a.m. Saturday to attend the annual Ely- ATTENTION AH Retail Merchants! All Sales Personnel! National Cotton Week Is May 15 to May 20! WATCH FOR !Ht MYSTERY SHOPPER A "Mystery" shopper vnll be in Blytheyille, Leachville and Manila all next week, shopping all stores ... and if you talk up COTTON and promote COTTON you will receive a crisp, new $1 bill from the mystery buyer. No one knows who the mystery shopper is so sell cotton to every customer, every day during NATIONAL COTTON WEEK, May 15 thru May 20. NORTH MISSISSIPPI COUNTY COTTON PROMOTION COMMITTEE PUT TBM AWAY drtptog M to waMog fcr to MM...W cNpptap at MUam k» tett fraun too* Ark-Mo Power Co.

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