The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 16, 1967
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Page four - Blythtvfll* (Ark.) Courier News - TuwUy. M«y H Mr. and Mrs. John Germain ill attend commencement ex- rcises at Monticello College in jodfrey, 111., next week. Their aughter, Miss Dorothy Germain, is a candidate for graduation. Lawrence M. Gambrell of Bly- heville, has been selected by Continental Oil Company to par- icipate in a six-week management program offered by the University of Virginia in Ciiar- ottes"ille. Mr. G a m b r e 1 1 is lant manager of AGRICO Chemical Company's ammonia ilant here. GOSNEIA ELECTS — Student council officers at. Goshell High School for the 1967-68 term are, standing, from left, Vickie Anderson, vice-president; Donna Meacham, reporter; Donna McAnulty, treasurer; Beverly Hornbuckle, secretary; and Ethan Azeltine, parliamentarian. Seated is Rheta Cotton, president. (Courier News Photo) Mrs. Scott Installs New Officers The Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church met last night with 28 present. Mrs. L. D. Harris presided over the business session. Life membership pins were presented to Mrs. Gus Ebert and Mrs. James N. White. Mrs. F. E. Scott, conference recording secretary for the Woman's Society of Christian Service, installed officers for the coming year. Three new study groups were named by the chairmen, Miss Delsie Stewart, Miss Mont a Hughes and Mrs. White. Miss Mary Evelyn Featherston presented the pledge service. She was assisted by Mrs. H. D. Jackson. Attending the meeting as guests were Mrs. Scott anc Mrs. C. A. Vinson of Wesl Memphis, a former member ol the guild. Hostesses for the social hour were Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs Ralph Berryman, Mrs. Wilbur Wahl, Mrs. George Wiggs and Mrs. Rex Warren. The refreshment table wa: decorated in the guild colors o gold and blue and centered with an arrangement of spring flow' Noal Short Awarded Scholarship Jess Galloway, division man ager of National Food Stores announced that Noal S. Shor of Blytheville has been selectet as a winner in the company's college scholarship program. Noal is a part-time employe of the local Big "D" Food Store and is among 122 compa ny-wide winners who will be awarded a total of $67,700 in scholarships. The winners were selected on the basis of their achievements such as the results of scholastic aptitude tests, academic records, extra curricular activities, school recommendations and statements from the students. Lutheran Women Meet Mrs. Richard Grammes pre- ided at the Thursday afternoon meeting of Lutheran Women's Guild in the education building f the church. Mrs. Narsh Benson accompanied the hymn, "0 Jesus, King Most Wonderful." The devotion, "The Safe Pavilion," was based on Psalm 27.5. Offerings were dedicated with a prayer by Mrs. Harold Knop. Final plans for Vacation Bible 1 School were discussed, and Rev. iidney Ponseti announced there will be a meeting of the VBS staff on Saturday, May 27, at ) a.m. Mrs. Knop, Mrs. Grammes and Mrs. Benson are members of the committee which will take care of arrangements for the congregational picnic on May 27. The picnic will be held at the Blytheville Air Force picnic area, rather than in Walker Park. The Guild will again sponsor a booth at the Northeast Arkansas District Fair. A silver tea will be held in place of the July business meeting, to comemorate the 25th anniversary of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Mrs. Joseph Beckman serve: a dessert course prior to the meeting. Third Grade Has Party The third grades of Fairview and Central Elementary Schoo were entertained last week with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Game winners were Mark Overmen, Kim Holstead, Rebecca Fleming and Mike Hardy. Teachers were Mrs. Lounelle McNair and Mrs. Louise Rob inson. Coming Events Tuesday Blytheville Junior Auxiliary 9 .m. African Violet Club 2 p.m. Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi orority New Liberty Baptist WMS Airmen's Wives Club Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Daughters of the American Colonists. Wednesday 97th ARS Wives Club Thursday Women o£ the Chapel Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club C & N Club :45 p.m. with Mrs. Ruth Shearin Friday Chapter N P.E.O. Sisterhood Tea Honors Miss Grigsby Mrs. Arnold Miller was hostess at a tea in her home yesterday, in honor of Miss Susan Grigsby, who will graduate from Blytheville High School soon and who also was celebrating her birthday. Attending were 35 of the honoree's classmates. The entertaining rooms of ttie home were decorated in a pink and white theme. The refreshment table was centered 'with an arrangement of pink roses. Attending as special guests was' Mrs. Frank Grigsby, mother of the honoree and Mrs. J. W. Fields, grandmother of the honoree. E.H.C MEETING NOTES Cheerleaders Entertained Miss Fay Bunch, Miss Charotte Bowen and Miss Donna Webb, junior cheerleader;, en- ertained Miss Susie Robinson, Hiss Cindy Dillahunty, Miss Vlelinda Guard, Miss Ginger larpole, Miss Judy Ball and VHss Lee Driver, graduating Blytheville High School cheer- eaders, with a dinner last week in the home of Miss Webb. Gifts of maroon and white pillows with the girls' names on :hem were presented to lonorees. A special guest was Mrs. Russell Mosley, sponsor of the cheerleaders, who was presented with a gift from the girls and a corsage. She also presented the girls with gifts. The Homemakers Extension Club met recently in the home if Mrs. Basil Burns with Mrs. W. B. Harshbarger presiding over the meeting. The 10 members answered roll call by telling the problems hey have with make up. Mrs. Wendall Benett and Mrs. Harrell Hampton led the group m Kie club creed. Leader reports were given by Mrs. Steve Eatmon and Mrs. Burns. Mrs. F. B. Riggs showed the eye opener. The program was presentee by Pauline Shanks, L u z i e r makeup consultant. It was decided that a picnic for club members and their families would be held in June Mrs. Leroy Ross was co-hosl ess for the social hour which followed the meeting. The Women of the Chapel of Blytheville Air Force Base will meet Thursday, May 18, at 1:15 j.m. In the chapel annex. The afternoon will begin with a salad luncheon. Special music will be furnished by Mrs. Rhoda Jones. Highlight of the meeting will the installation of new officers. All members have been urged to attend. Class Members Entertained Walker Park Roller Drome was the setting Friday for a skating party for the fourth grade of Immaculate Concep tion School. Game winners were Jo Ann Bals, Libby Kittany, Toni Hugh es, Randy Garner and Matt hew Rodriguez. Mrs. Howard Carney is the teacher. Debbie Barnes Has Birthday Miss Debbie Rene Barnes was honored recently with a birth day party celebrating her 2nd birthday. There were 18 guests attending. Refreshments o f birthday cake and ice cream were served and pictures were taken of the group. COSMETICS The perfect combination for beauty and loveliness... See & feel the Difference! Complimentary Demonstration By Appointment Phone PO 3-3866 TINA WHEELER, Distributor Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (A-MY) Warner Bros, unlocks all the doors of the sensation-filled best seller. Written for the Screen and Produced by WENDELL MAYES I Directed by fflCHARD QUINS TECHNICOLOR* FROM WARNER BROS. I COMING SOON TO THE IUTZ D) LIKE FLINT — With James Colrarn t Let 3. Oobb DOCTOB TOITVE GOT TO BE KIDDING — With Sandr* Det ft Gnrft Hunllltoo HOW TO SECCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING — With Robert Morse & Mlchelo Lee DOUBLE TROUBLE — With Elvis Presley EIGHT ON THE tAM — With Bob Hope A Phyllis Dlller THE CORRUPT ONES — With Robert Stack & Elke Sommer BOJPT MAKE WAVES - With Tony Curtis £ Claudia Cardinal* HOMBRE — With Paul Newman [Bits of News I ,/ / i moMy personal M Donna Smith, Society Editor Methodist Circles Have Meetings The First Methodist Church Woman's Society of Christian day in the following homes: Circle One met in the home of Mrs. John Caudill. Mrs. Ray Harrison is chairman. Devotional leader was M r s. Harvey Morris and study leader was Mrs. Tommy Young. Mrs. J. M. Jontz was hostess to members of Circle Two of w^ic.i Mrs. Kic'ard Burrow serves as chairman. Mrs. Earl Buckley was devotional leader and Mrs. Jack Robinson study leader. Welcomed as a new member was Mrs. M. L. Rasche. Chapel Women Meet Thursday — Society News — Phone PO 8 1461 The home of Mrs. A. H. Webb was the setting for the meeting of Circle Three. Mrs. C. E. Campbell is chairman. Devotional leader was Mrs. John Ed Regenold and study leader was Mrs. George Hubbard. Circle Six met in the home t h e : of Mrs. Ann Husband with Mrs. Fisiier as co-hostess. Mrs. James Tully is chairman. The devotional leader was Mrs. Curtiss Anderson and the study leader was Mrs. Marcus Gaines. Attending as guests were Mrs. Virgil Keeley, . Mrs. Hilldred Bunch and Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Dan Dennis was hostess to 16 members of Circle Seven. Chairman is Mrs. Gene Brown. Study leader was Mrs. Robert Stiles. • Attending as guests were Mrs. Charles Carter, Mrs. Bill Jackson and Mrs. Ed Foard. It was announced that the meeting time has been -changed to 7:30 p.m. and the next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Gerald Kelly. • TUES. €>WED. • THURS. DOUBLE FEATURE MELINA JULES MERCOURI DASSIN NEVER ON SUNDAY i&iLwatwcTWEScotr-. DRIVE-IN OPENS AT 7:45-SHOW STARTS AT DUSK THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Won. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 - 7:30 p.m LAST TIME TODAY "FIRST TO FIGHT" with Chad Everett WED. THUtlS. FRI. AND SAT. MAX ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA ••••••••••*•*••••••*•• LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "BIG HAND FOR A LITTLE LADY" with Henry Fonda & Joanne Woodward — AND — "SPY /N YOUR BYE" WED. AND THURS. COMMENCEMENT TONIGHT — Sharon Kay Dyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dyer of Armorel, has been selected valedictorian for tonight's commencement exercises at the Armorel gymnasium. Salutatorian is Charles D. ; Hardesty, son of Mr. and Mrs. John. Hardesty of Chicago, formerly of Armorel. Exercises begin at 8 p.m. ^ Bridal Party Honors Linda Dyess Another in a series of parties honoring Miss Linda Sue Dyess, who will wed James Wheeler Gracy Friday night at Lake Street Methodist Church, was an old fashioned pounding given in the home of Mrs. Sam-' my Shields May 10. Hostesses were'Mrs. Norman Shields, Mrs. Jinx Scrape and Mrs. Sammy Shields. Mrs. Sue Campbell and Mrs. G. T. Gracy, mothers of the prospective bride and groom were special guests and were presented with daisy corsages. Prize winners of the conducted by Mrs. Sammy Shields were Mrs. Tom Halstead and Mrs. Opal McHaffey. Refreshments of cake and punch were served. For the occasion Miss < Dyess chose a turquoise knit sheath dress with matching accessi* ries. She was presented with a daisy corsage and a polished aluminum canister set, .a gift from,the hostesses. games blend, For a party spread, blend a quarter pound of blue, cheese with a pound of cream cheese and a few tablespoons of brandy. 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