The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1967 · Page 3
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Wythevffl* (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, May 19, 19«7 - Pag* Flvt — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phon* FO 8-4461 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS — Miss Paulette Jones, (left) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Jones has been named winner of the $100 Beta Sigma Phi educational grant. Alternate is Wilma Dudley. Miss Charlotte Kay Bolton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bolton, has been named winner of the 1250 Beta Sigma Phi Arizona Norman memorial scholarship. Alternate is Miss Patricia Adams. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. JIM Lester Mrs. Arthur Kelley's grandson Wayne Holt who.is a student at the Blytheville Junior High School won first place for his drawing in art. The ladies of tht Confederate Club of Little Rock were the judges. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Little were dinner guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Edd Hampton and daughter Toni Rose of Memphis. En route home they went by Monette and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCoy and family- Visitors in tile home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Galbraith and family of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mrs. Pete Jordon of Euoora, Miss., and Mrs. Helen Wattbm of Memphis visited their moth- through Tuesday. They were all dinner guests Tuesday of their sister and her family, Mr. . gnd Mrs. F. H. Samford. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Waldrop entertained with a birSiday supper May 11 at then- home, honoring his sister, Mrs. Jeff North ern. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nixs and daughter Leda Beth of Memphis and Jeff Northern. Mrs. Sybil Pfiillips and Mrs. Beth Johnson of Memphis visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson Thursday through Sunday. Mrs. Otto Childers entered Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville Sunday afternoon and underwent major surgery Thursday morning. 'HUM Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkins and Mrs. John Atkins spent the Patio Party Honors Miss Osborne Miss Mary Lou Osborne, BHS graduating senior, was honored Wednesday with a coke party given by Mrs. M. J. Osborne. Attending as a special guest was Mrs. Richard Osborne mother of the honoree. Miss Osborne as presented a novelty daisy corsage with a graduate on it. The party was held on the patio of the Osborne home •where the refreshment table, from which a wide assortment of party foods was served, was centered with a large basket holding an arrangement of white daisies. Other flower arrangements in colored basRets were also placed around the patio. Games were played and prizes awarded to Miss Susie Robinson Miss Lynette Mann, Miss Sharon Bowen Miss Barbara Bennett, Miss Pat Burrows and Miss Sharon Edwards. BHS Seniors Are Honored Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., Mrs. Jim Smart and Mrs. Harry A Haines honored Miss Niki Hoke and Miss Sha Carson, graduating seniors, with a luncheon at the BlytheviUt Country Club yesterday. The luncheon table was centered with IB elaborate arrangement of magnolias and the honor«s wer« presented engraved silver discs for their charm bra- celeti by the hastesces. Special guests were Mrs. John Watson and Mrs. Wallace Hoke, mothers of *• honorees. weekend with then- children and Tommy Davis, in Clinton, Okla. Tommy is in the Air Force and Sandra works at a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester spent the weekend with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green of Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Kenley and children Roger, Susan and Tammy of Poplar Bluff spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers. Mrs. Perry Taylor, Brenda Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. James Norman of Caruthersville were guests Saturday night of Mrs. Taylor's brother, Clint Ballinger of Camden, Tenn. Mrs. Bobby Moser and Mrs. Onita Smith of West Memphis were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilfred Sunday afternoon. Mrs H. D. Raines is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital in Blytheville. Glenn Ladd of Reading, Penn., has returned to his home after spending three days with fn's mother, Mrs. Gertie Ladd. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nunnery over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Nunnery and Obau Allen of Van Buren, Mo. Mrs. Mary Slaten of Cape Girardeau, Mo., is visiting in the home of her granddaughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Slaten is a former Holland resident. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wattom and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gestring and family of Memphis and Mrs. Florence Inson of Blackpool, England, spent last weekend with Mrs. Allie Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers went to Lexington, Tenn,, Monday and visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith. Twiggy In Miss USA Contest? By KAY BARLETT MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Twiggy's boyish figure would be lost among the 51 curvaceous beauties at the Miss USA pageant. And the girls here have some definite ideas on how the super- model would fare as a centest- ant. "She wouldn't quite make it here," snapped Judianne Magnusson o! Phoenix, Arizona's contestant, "Why, she has no Turned up nosei and cries of, "She's too skinny" accompanied the mere mention of the big- eyed Briton's name. None of the girls here would trade in their looks for the more famous — and more profitable — looks of Twiggy. Would Twiggy make it to the finals Saturday? "Never!" was the solemn judgment of Jean Galata, New Jersey's entry in the 16th annual Miss USA contest, "I think a woman should look like a women." "She looks just like a boy," said 36-24-36 Kathleen Solt of Jefferson, Iowa. "She's just not womanly," threw in Sandra Baldwin of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Even the dream of a top modeling career couldn't sway the lasses from their staunch disapproval. Some were willing to make minor concessions. "She's got a cute face," said Nancy Giuliano of Woonsocket, R.I. "But she looks unnatural." "I'd like to have her eyes," said Miss Massachusetts, Pamela Procter of Marblehead. "And I like her nose," offered Ohio's 36-23-35 blonde, Phyllis Smith of Caldwell. New York's Wendy Cox, who was recently forced to drop out of her prelaw studies at the University of Miami because of a skiing accident, said she has heard that the photographers in New York don't think Twiggy is so hot either. "I was in one photographer's studio in New York where they had darts thrown into her picture," the slender blonde said. If your sponge cake isn't quite so tender as you would like, try wrapping it tightly in W//.SON NEWS • •••••••••••••••••••I MRS. W. A. HOGAN, Jr. ,,«•••••••••••••••••••••*•••••>«•*•*•*•••*•> Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lampkin of Holland, Mich., visited a few hours last Friday with Mrs. H. G. Yates and daughter Mrs. Nancy Koch. They were en rout to West Memphis where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lamar McDaniel for the weekend. Mrs. Lampkin is a sister of Mr. McDaniel, former resident of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom were hosts to their bridge club Tuesday night at their home. During games strawberry shortcake and ice cream were served. Arrangements of roses were; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wayne Wiley and children Janet and Steve of West Helena, spent the weekend witfi their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley. Also enjoying the weekend with them was their daughter, Miss Mary Lou Wiley, who came home from Arkansas State University Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sugg and daughter Susan of Jonesbbro spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. R. E. Westbrook, and Mr. Westbrook. Miss Victoria Wiiiteside of Arkansas State University was home for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom High winners at bridge werejj 1 ^ * eir , so , n ' ***&' hon ) e ,.° . „ T, -_j A i7 I from Vanderbilt for the week- used in decorating. Mrs. J. C. Perry and 0. E. Sadler. Mrs. A. H. Williams entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Playing as special guests were Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr. and Mrs. end. Mrs. J. R. Cullom Jr. entertained the South Mississippi County Bridge Club Friday afternoon at her home. Playing as special guests were Mrs. Gus Hogan. '•••Ralph Robinson, Mrs. Gus Ho- During games banana cake and ice cream were served. In games Mrs. 0. E. Sadler was high scorer, Mrs. Chiles second high and Mrs. 0. W. Speck was bridgo winner. Cindy Grain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Grain Jr. celebrated her 10th birthday Friday. She invited seven friends for a bunking party that night at her home. After supper at Wilson Cafe, the girls chatted and listened to records. Cindy's grandmother, Mrs. Earl Robbins of Osceola, ipent the night with the group while her parents were in Memphis for a Cotton Carnival party. Guests included Libby Ellis, Cheryl Cash, Cheryl Griffin, Connie Davison, Rebecca Balton, Mary Jane Furman and Judy Pemberton. Around 35 members of the Junior high school group gathered at the home of Nan Hogan Friday night for a party. Refreshments of chips, dips, cookies, soft drinks and punch were served. The evening was spent dancing on the porch and listening to records. Miss Mary Flo Lindsay, student at State College of Arkansas, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lindsay. gan and Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck of Frenchman Bayou. Upon arrival guests were seated at the dining room table for a dessert of sherry macaroon parfait. Centering the table was an arrangement of dark red roses in a silver bowl. During the afternoon Mrs. Cullom served marinated hearts of palm, cucumber sandwiches, avacado dip, lobster mold and assorted party crackers. An arrangement .of. coreopsis, yellow roses, daisies and white iris, along with an arrangement of lavender iris, was used in the den. In the entrance hall tangerine roses and Gerbera transparent plastic film and allowing it to stand for a day or so before serving it. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to our many friends at the Blytheville Air Force Base, Blytheville, Harrisburg and Evening Shade for the kindness and sympathy shown to us in the death of our husband, father, son and brother, TSGT. David M. Harrison. We especially want to thank Brother Goff for his Knd words and all friends for the many flowers and food. Mrs. David Harrison and Family Mr. and Mrs. John McCulley & Family THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FARM BUREAU Wishes to thank the following committee for their work in Promoting Cotton. James Martin Mrs. James Thomas Bill Tomlinson Mrs. George Dillahunty Russell Phillips, Jr. Mrs. Jack Robinson Keith Bilbrey Harold Sudbury Foy Etchieson Curtis Duncan Miss Pat Cole James Vannoy Mrs. Jim Tompkins Louis TWnsend Ted Johnston P. D. Foster Mrs. Jim Burks Jim Tompkins Paul Human' Curtis Loveless A Special Thanks to Scott Alley Signs and Ark-Mo Power Co. NORTH MISSISSIPPI COUNTY COTTON PROMOTION COMMITTEE Margtry Hah, Chairman daisies were used in decorating. In games Mrs. Lynn Tranum was high scorer, Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr. second high and Mrs. Cullom was bridgo winner. Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Denion were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ocsody of St. Louis. The junior and senior choruses of Wilson High School pre- sented their Spring Choral Concert last Thursday night in the Wilson School Cafetorium. Numbers by the junior high chorus included "Hava Nagila" with the "Hora" danced by Connie Cash,' Sherry Harmon, Nan Hogan, Lou Lindsay, Patti Sano, Don Bussey, Phillip E 1 k i n s, Larry Hays, Mitch Price and Jerry Stewart. Fifth and sixth grade students paraded state name pla- cards during "Fifty Nifty United States." The senior chorus sang 11 numbers, which included three a capella numbers, "I Walk the Unfrequented Road,' 1 "0 Savior Sweet" and "Heavenly Light." Jo Raye Anderson .was the soloist in "The Lone, Wild Bird." Director of the junior chorus is Mrs. Fred Denton and the senior chorus is under the direction of John Dresbach. TO FRIENDS OF MR.& MRS. L. H. AUTRY Burdette Community Club And Burdette P.T.A. Request the honor of your presence at a drop-in for Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Autry honoring them for their many years of community service, Sunday, the twenty-first day of May, nineteen hundred and sixty-seven from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. (No Gifts Please) Burdette Cafeteria Burdette, Ark. 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