The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1968 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 7, 1968
Page 4
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Few >-• Btyttievflto (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, 3m» T, Wt leantaker-Bratton • ' Said May 16 Miss Kathryn Ann Sleamaker, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Rev. Alvis Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Thofnas Walter Sleamaker of j performed the ceremony, Blytheville, became the bride of 4ert Randolph Bratton Thursday} May 16, in the home of the bride's parents with only members of the immediate families attsiding. MJ. Bratton is the son of Mr. andt Mrs. Bert L. Bratton of Shreveport, LA. " » —— ^Counteract Sleepy Look For DROQP.Y eyes counteract Uhe sleepy appearance by making eyeliner as thin as possibly at the inner corners, then gradually widening it at the outer corners. Mascara outer lashes. JMake sure your accent shadow sweeps upward toward the' outer end of the brow. The couple exchanged vows in a setting of mixed spring flowers and Candelabra entwined with garlands of boxwood holding white tapers. The bride wore a , street- length, blue, three - piece suit of silk linen with matching accessories and carried a nosegay of white sweetheart roses and baby breaths. Mr. and Mrs. Bratton ara making their home in Shreveport and will be living in Near Orleans in 1 the fall where they will continue their studies. . Mr. Bratton will be entering the freshman class of Louisiana State University Medical School. Mrs. Bert Randolph Bratton » \ Guard Home Setting . I For Bridesmaid Luncheon The home of Mrs. James C. Guard was the setting. for a bridesmaid luncheon jor. attendants in the wedding of Miss Judy Ramey and Dave Renn. Hostesses were Mrs. Guard, Mrs;. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. JarAes E..Ross. Miss Ramey presented her attendants, Mrs. N. C. Patterson; Jr. of Memphis, Miss Judy Alten of Pine Bluff and Miss Janet DeBons of Paragould, witli miniature brandy sniffers. The hostesses' presented the honoree with a gift of her chosen phina. Ai wedding slipper theme was used throughout the home in decorations and each guest's place was marked with a miniature glass shoe filled with white mints. • The dining table held a bridal arrangement of white stock carnations and mums. Mrs. Lark Anderson of Dallas and Mrs. Patterson assisted the hostesses. Special guest was' Mrs. W. R. Oenning, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Oenning and the honoree were presented corsages. Out of town guests were. Miss Karen Norton and Miss Susan Christian, both of -Arkansas State University.. *.. Miss 'Ramey and Mr. Renn were married Sunday at the First Baptist Church. | Perfect jAttendance Announced Students of Lange Elementary School with perfect attendance for .the 1967-68 school year are: : Second Grade Lillian Coleman, Robert Thompson, Tracy Epperson, John Carner and Barrel' Sanders. " Third Grade Jkmes Yankee, David Maynard and Eddie Truelove. Fourth Grade Timothy Nokes, Anthony Stubbs, Deborah Beck, Cathey Reed; Karen Thompson, Benton Can- trelj, Tray Dudley, Charles Fowler; Brenda Best, Mary Elizabeth Thomas and Glenda Williams. • Sixth Grade Karl Brown, Edgar Castillo OtiSj Rhoads, Ronnie Smith; Dennis Wadkins, Kathy Baker, [Gloria Gardner; Rita Marr, Trudie Snider, Frances Thompson and Arthur Harrison. Lange Elementary School students wilh perfect attendance for ,the second semester of the 1967-68 school year are: ; First Grade Danny Crawford and Brenda Sue; Doyle. : Second Grade Joseph Bailey, Jesse Danie! Has'tings, Edwin Spaeth III, C,iar!es White; Lillian Coleman, John Carner- Tracy Epperson, Bobby Lloyd; Darrel Sanders, Robert \ GREEN ACRES MOBILE HOMES, INC. INTRODUCES NEW MANAGER SAM ASHABRANNER We' are trying to Improve our icrvlce aad tila, Mr. Aihtbrtn- neiMi a lutlv* Atkinun from ManU*. Be will be f ltd to dbotiM Witt you jonr aobllt home and. Ph«fle No. UQt-UM. Thompson, Rocky Wallace and Tammy Wadkins. Third Gratfe:.,;; ; ,„ ; . Richard Lee iMdtiJl'Chairies Grimes, Tommy Kincaid, Timothy Owsley, Melody Reese;. Shelly Reinhardt, Homer Larrow, Larry Powell, Dale Romero and Tana Johnson. Fourth Graae Timothy Nokes, Scott Sheets, Anthony Stubbs, Deborah Beck; Barbara Marr, Barbara Grimes, Cathey Reed, Karen Thompson; Benton Cantrell, Tray Dudley, Charles Fowler; •Brenda Best, Mary Elizabeth Thomas and Glenda Williams. Fifth Grade Robert Brehm, Ronald Walker, Karen Fannin; Deborah Sacrider, Randy Romero, Betty Anderson and Dorothy Price. Sixth Grade Karl Brown, Edgar Castillo, Jill McHaney; Otis Rhoads, Ronnie Smith, Dennis Wadkins, Kathy Baker; -Gloria Gardener, Rita Marr, Trudie Snider, Frances Thompson, Arthur Harrison and Nita Mays. iits of Newsl ! mostly perdonat | Mr. arid Mrs. Roland Davis and sons, James and Warren of Idabel, Okla., were guests last weekend of her sister, Mrs. Eddie ¥/. Ford, and son, Eddie Jr. -.They were here especially for the graduation of Eddie Ford Jr. from Blytheville High School.. . .. . Mrs. Sadie Minton. and. sons, Danny and Bobby Joe, of Fayetteville, N. C., were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. They were here especially for the funeral of Melba Fuller-ton. Third Birthdays Celebrated Gina Woods, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Glen Woods, and Tammy Jean McMinn,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L." McMinn, were honored on then- third birthdays with a party Tuesday at Walker Park. The 12 guests attending were served cold drinks and birthday cake. Game winners were Connie Bray and Karen Richardson. Guests were given favors of balloons, flags and umbrellas. Variety Club Dance Is Saturday Variety Club will meet tomorrow night at 9 in the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Neal McCormick and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Slaughter. : Charlie Nichols will provide dance music. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRI. AND SAT. METROGOUMN-MAYER Id WKX MNAVmoiCAKD MIMCOU*. Sunday • Monday TOraCORrWL ftt/ox Go To A Movi» Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Sunday • Monday I tsimunntmumust — PLUS — "COAST OF SKELETONS" Friday and Saturday Breakfast Honors Five Seniors A "come as you are" breakfast honoring Miss • Kathy La- Farlette f Miss • Annette Dorris, Miss Donna Meacham, Miss Susan Funk and Miss Rheta Cotton, all 1968 graduates of I Gosnell High School, was held recently in ..the home of Mrs. Jimmy Meacham. Special guests were Miss Jenny Davis and Miss Darlene Davis of Washington, D. C. The honorees'were presented small trophies by Mrs. Meacham with each girl's name and graduation date inscribed on them. ':'..- . Noon Luncheon Precedes Ramey-Renn Wedding Out- of - town guests, family and members of the Judy Ramey - Dave Renn wedding party were" entertained with a luncheon Sunday at noon in the home of the Melvin Halselis. Hostesses were Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. Dick Ritchey, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, and Mrs. Buddy Halsell. . Assisting .the. hostesses. were Mrs. J. M. Williams and Mrs, Oscar Elliott. .'Miss Susan" Halsell was In charge of the guest book. ' •The dining table was'center- ed with an arrangement of pink stock, pink - tinted:pom poms and baby breath in a tainer. ........ ' Gladiolus, ' white- ; niuiris and roses were used throughout the entertaining rooms. - ; .Miss Ramey and Mr, Renn were married at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. Bridge League Has Master Point Games Blythevi'lie Duplicate ".' Bridge League met for master point games Thursday night at the Razorback Restaurant, =. Mrs. King-Tetley and Bill McMath won first, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. W. A. Afflick won second.; :. .: Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Foy Etchieson won third, Mrs. Merlin Reed and Mrs. John Cherry won fourth; and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Jesse White won fifth. Regular games will be played Saturday at 1:15 p.m. at the RazorbacL— -••- Lisa Hill Has Recent Birthday Party Lisa Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..Max Hill, celebrated her ninth birthday recently with an overnight party in the home Of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Guests attending were Lori Campbell, Donna Fleming, Becky Jenkins, Lou Ann Little, Donna Malone, Brenda Metzger, Sara Saliba, Sherry Lutes, cousin of the honoree, and Michael and Taryn Hill, brother and sister of the honoree. The children helped to make homemade ice cream which was served with a birthday cake'decorated in red and white. Mr. and Mrs. Hill were assisted by Mrs. Deenya Lutes of Memphis and Mrs. John Tyrone, aunts of the honoree, and Mrs. Arm Smith. . Favors were given each child. Suzie Cole Celebrates Birthday 'Suzie Cole - celebrated her seventh birthday Monday afternoon with, a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Twenty - five guests attended and game winners were Joe Gilbow,..Robin .McHaney and Ran Hart. • " Suzie is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Cole. Luxora News By Mrs. A. J. Hill Miss Patricia Rogers of Ash Flat, Ark.,- was the week-end guest of Mrs. Gerald Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, formerly of Malvern, Ark., are now making their home in Luxora. • Mr. Campbell will be coach at Luxora High School. Miss Audrey Bryeans was honored with a 'bridal shower in the Luxora School Cafetor- ium Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Hostesses were Mrs. Fannie Green, Mrs. Gale Hannah and MISS NANCY SHANKS, a recent graduate of Southern Baptist. College, has been selected -as a member of the Phi Mu Alpha Sirfonia Sweetheart Club at Memphis State University. She is the"daughter, of Mrs. Paulean Shanks of Blytheville. Mrs. Lola Garter. • • Thirty - six guests attended. Mrs. Paul Barch and Mrs. .Joe Barch served cake, and punch. .. Mrs. Walter Wood was in Memphis recently visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lei and Maxwell. Mrs. Doris Shewmaker of Paragould was the week' - end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Groves. . . Mrs. Frazier^Morrow, .has returned home after visiting relatives in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs.. Larry Lolande and children of Iberville, La., have returned home after visiting her -parents, Mr, and Mrs. William Kelch. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tucker i were guests of relatives in Selmar, Tenn., Sunday. Mr! and Mrs. William Kelch attended the commencement ex r ercises at Arkansas State University Thursday where their daughter, Miss Peggy Kelch, graduated. Young people need help in Mtting the mart * Spiritual perception to see the real purpose of life snd moral strength to reach it — this is the help they need. . (One of the words for sin in the early Bible meant "to miss the mark") Young people gain a more accurate aim in life through a. better understanding of God and man. They'll be welcome at the * Christian Science Sunday School •* pupils m> to the ace of JO Starts 0:30 a.m. Church Services 11:00 a.m. The Christian Scienct Society of Blyllievillc meets at the Women's Club Building, 141* Wc«l Main Street, Blytheville, Ark. We/comt Everyone • AIR BASE HIGHWAY • 306 EAST MAIN ST. Open Sundays 12 Noon to 6 PM Ladies CARRY-AIL BAGS $1.94 Ladies To Match STRAW HUTS ..... 970 Reg. 15c , ASPIRIN TABLETS 2 b oxes 25# Reg. 15c ROLASD5 2 25fi Reg. lOc CANDY 2 f o r 160 Shampoo and CREME RINSE .. 590 FREE NYLON HOSE One Pair.Ladies Nylon Hose Free With Every $5.00 Purchase. Reg. $1.00 SUAVESET 590 Reg. $1.00 Copperlon SUMTANOIL ......490 Reg. $1.49 Coppertone SUNTANOIL 88(! Coming Events : Friday : Chapter N, P.E.O. Friday Bridge Club. ::•'••; Saturday '•• Variety Club, Women's Ex- hibit -Building,' • p:in. Wallcer.l Park. I BJytbeville Duplicate Bridge $ Lwg|ie, > v ljl5^ p.m. ..Razor back sj Rcstaui'a'nt",'•;''',"'*!'•. - : §i Blytlieviije. 'Air .Force.^ B a s e »{ Glidecs .Hound Dance.';;C 1 u b, 'f 7:30 ; p.rri., Kingsley?HalBServic« $ Club:' '•-• : ' < •'• * ANTIQUE AUCTION June 12, 1968 10:30 a.m. SMITH AUCTION i «'• c e «•«•»••••••••• Cottonwood Corner 4 miles west of Osceola, Arkansas on Highway 140 and Interstate 55 across from Osceola Speedway. Lots of good furniture, Crystal Glass, Brass,Chari- deliers, Piano Stbols, Dinner .Bell, China Cabinets, Beds, Round Top Trunks, Lots, of other merchandise too numerous to mention. '•'-•• . Melvin Smith Owner. Terms of Sale - Cash Auction Every Sat. Night—8 p.m. & Sunday—1 p.m. Blythevillt, Ark. | §••»«••«««••••••••••«•«••••••••••••••••••«••• 4, Highway 61 South •«««•••••••• FRIDAY ©SATURDAY Truman Capote's INCOLD c BLOOD Written for the Screen arjd Directed by Richard Brooks Music b, QUINCY JONES' A Cnjumbn Pic,,™ R C I M « In P JnJ v, !im « Fwtntfy no on* under 16 admitted unless aocompamri by j parent or guttdnn. 5*3 4ft SUNDAY ©MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE -\ " '•• • •-' '•"• give you the do's and do'n'ts for the man with a roving eye and the urge to stray! CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 FRIDAY @ SATURDAY (A-MY) DOUBLE FEATURE (A-MY) .SAVAISE HELL BREAKS LOOSE ! THE SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. (A-MY) BtXJ STEIGER-LEE REMCK -GEORGE SEGAL BEST ACTOR- NO • t; , WflYTO ^/ TREAT : *° *aA LADY EiLEE'NHECKAIfT-hiUliRAVHAHII.ION-MICHAELOUNN-SOLC.SIEGEL-JACKSHIGfll i.;.,.WINOAY.fc-.—hv.uMto.o~.-i ^^ COMING SOON TO THE gfCRET WAR OF HAHRV FRIGO — 'Pnt'l Newman BtACKBEARD'S OUOST - Deia Jones * Svianne PlcshctU

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