The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1968 · Page 3
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jHyfhevffle (Ark.V Courier News — Saturday. June ». 19M — Page Thret Couple Is Wed May 30 Miss Barbara Jane Scrape and Robert Ernest Phillips exchanged wedding vows in a 2 p.m. ceremony May 30 at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Rev. Dennis Turner, pastor of the Union Baptist Church of Sardis, Miss., officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Phillips of Springdale, Ark. Vows were said before an altar with an arch of candles forming the background for a large sunburst arrangement of white gladiolus and stock. three - branched brass candelabra holding white tapers and floor baskets of white gladiolus and stock were placed on either side of the vocal point. Miss Cathy Hollingsworth, vocalist, sang "More" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Baba DiaMatti, organist. Both wore white carnation corsages. Miss Susan Scrape attended her sister as maid of honor. . Miss Linde Tomlinson was junior bridesmaid and attendants were Mrs. Jacky Garrett and Mrs. Alfred Lee Searcy. They wore identical floor- length gowns of pink linen and lace. The empire lines and bell- shaped sleeves were accented with wide bands of lace. The gowns featured a de- Mrs. Robert Ernest Phillips peau - de sole and Aleneon lace. The empire bodice of lace featured a scalloped neckline trimmed with seed pearls and bell- shaped sleeves. The detachable train of scalloped lace was attached at the shoulder by a large bow of lace She wore a fingertip veil of white silk illusion attached to a butterfly - shaped crown of seed pearls and sequins ending in petal points. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of white butterfly roses interspersed with seed pearls. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant necklace, a gift tachable train edged in 1 a c e i of fte S room and attached with a bow at the! Payton R e n a r d waist. Headpieces were Dior bows of pink centered with daisies. The maid of honor and bridesmaids carried cascade arrangements of pink majestic daisies and the junior bridesmaid carried a nosegay of pink majestic daisies and sweetheart roses. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Phillips served his brother, as best man. Ushers and groomsmen were Stephen Lockhart of Augusta, Ark., and Stephen Nemeth Jr. of Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Scrape, mother of the bride, wore a dress of pink imported Italian silk . linen with hot pink accessories and a white twin - cymbidium orchid cor- Mrs. Phillips, mother of the groom, was attired in a dress of blue lace featuring a matching jacket and blue accessories. , She wore a corsage of purple - throated orchids. Mrs. Dennis Turner of Sardis, Miss., presided at the guest book. She wore a corsage of white carnations. Out - of - town guests were Mr. and Mrs.' H. P. Phillips Jr. of Huntsville, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. E: A. Payton of West Fork, Ark.,.and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore, Miss Julia Moore and Miss Deborah Moore, all of Osceola. After a brief wedding trip, the couple are now at home at 1509, Burnett Street, Apartment 4,' Wichita Falls, Tex., where Mr. Phillips is stationed with the United States Ah- Force at Sheppard Air Force Base. For traveling, the bride chose a costume suit of hot pink bonded crepe with light pink accessories and a' white cymbidium orchid corsage. MissLtingstonHonored Thursday Approximately 80 guests attended a drop-in Thursday from 10:30 a.m. until 12 noon in the home of Mrs. Melvin Halsell honoring Miss Tannda tangs- ton, bride-elect of Gary Elliott. Hostesses were Mrs. Halsell, Mrs. Tom Ward, Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. John Burnett. Guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Halsell. ccssorles, Miss Langslon w a s | baby breath and Queen Anne's presented a corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Langston was presented a phalionopsis orchid corsage. Miss Jane Burnett was i n charge of the guestbook which was placed on the game table in the den. The table was centered with a bridal arrangement and a lace. Pink - tinted gardenias andgreenery were in the bottom of the epergne. A large silver tray surrounded by ivy and pink carnations, held a silver bowl from which iced drinks were served. Silver appointments were us ed on the table. A large bride doll was placed on the buffet. In the entrance hall, where i brass coffee urn, a gift to Miss there was a large arrangement Langston from the hostesses, i Presiding at the dining table of w h i t e gladiolus and yellow fugi mums, Miss tangston and her mother, Mrs. Charles Langston Sr. received guests. Attired in a powder blue linen empire dress with matching ac- An arrangement of tropicana was Mrs. Oliver Coppedge Jr. roses and a copper container of I Reception assistants coropsis were placed in the den. On the dining table, a silver Mrs. Dick Ritchey, Miss Jane Burnett, Miss Susan Ward, espergne held an arrangement j Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, Mrs. Lynn of pink roses, Bells of Ireland, [ Hughes and Mrs. Oscar Elliott. Drop-In Honors Couples Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whltis and son, Warren Whitis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes and son, Mel Hughes,', entertained with a drop-in honoring two couples, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stevenson HI, who were married June 2, and Miss Tann- da Langston and Gary Elliott, whose wedding will be June 18. Mrs. Stevenson, is ' the former Hiss Sharyn Cohoon. ."' The Hughes home was. setting for the May 31 affair when 75 friends of the couple called from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. Mrs., Stevenson, and Miss Langston were presented cymbidium orchid corsages. Gene Hopper of Holland, par-1 and white snapdragons was on ents of Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Langston Sr. parents of. Miss Langston, Dr. .John Elliott, n- cle of Mr. Elliott; Mrs. Frank Tarner, grandmother of Mr. Stevenson of Shreveport, La., and Mr. and Mrs. James Tarner and children, Alexa and Joy, of Ruston, La. Mothers of the couples and Mrs. Tanner wer* presented white carnation corsages. The dining table, covered with a linen cutwork cloth, was centered with an arrangement of pink stock, pink mums and ba- Special guests were: Mr. and by breaths and a silver. cande- Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Jr. of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. labra holding pink candles. An arrangement of pink roses the piano. The entrance hall featured an arrangement of yellow and white gladiolus. A mixed bouquet of yellow, white and orange flowers and a bowl of pansies were in the den. Punch was served by Miss Jane Burnett, Mrs. Russell Sweat, Miss Susan Ward and Miss Susan Wood. They wore white carnation corsages. Other reception assistants wtre Mrs. Elva Lois Greene, Mrs. John Lenti, Mrs. Tom Ward and Mrs. Melvin Halsell The couples were presents silver trays by the hosts. wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiniiiiBiiiiiiiiiiii NEWS OF THE iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiniuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinBiiiniiHininiiii IN AND AROUND •- BLYTHEVILLE •••• Mrs. Mamie Overpermous has returned from a three-week Girl Scout Trop 108 of Blythe-) vacation in New Mexico and ville Air Force Base was en-(Texas. Coming Events Saturday Airmen's Dance, 8 p.m. Kingsley Hall Service Club. Monday Rebekah Lodge 18, IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. . Tops Razorback Trimettes Club, 7:30 p. m. Hospitality Room, First National Bank. i Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 JEdwards, 7:30 p.m. i Dell Baptist Women's Union, 7:30 p.m. at the church. 1 Beadon Baptist Women's Mis- 'gionary Association. ;' Christian Women's Fellowship Circles of the First Christian iChurch. •- American Legion Auxiliary, 8 ,p.m. Little Hut. ; Lake Street Methodist Worn•en's Society of Christian Ser!vice. Blytheville Hairdressers. Ridgecrest Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Tuesday Blytheville Junior Auxiliary, Auxiliary building, Moultrie Drive, 9:30 a.m. Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association Blind Bogey and Western Medal, 9 a.m. Armorel - ettes Extension Homemakers Club. Eastern Star Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. Rebekah Class 1 of G o s n e 11 Baptist Church. j Yarbro Extension Homemak-1 ers Club at the clubhouse. Business and Professions' Women's Cluba dinner meeting and program 7 p.m. Tuesday Bridge Club. Dell Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m. school cafeteria. Contract Club. _, Wednesday iMURR ' Your Friendly Theatre \ OSCEOLA i «•••••••••«••••••••••• j LAST TIME TODAY I "GRAND PRIX" Sunday • Monday TUES. &WED. At/ox Go To A Merit ELMS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA * LAST* TIME* TO DAY 'You're a Big Boy Now' 'Coast of Skeletons' STARTS SUNDAY 7 BIG DAYS! DOUBLE FEATURE "BONNIE & CLYDE" with Warren Beany and Faye Dunaway PLUS "THE CORRUPT ONES" with Robert Stack Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club. ' ; Clear Lake Baptist Women's Missionary Union. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club, luncheon in the home of Mrs'. C. C. Elliott. Down One Bridge Club. Chapter D, P.E.O. Armorel Baptist Women's Missionary Union, 7:30 p.m. at the church. Thursday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Leage, 7:30 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Thursday Club. . AltrusaClub of Blytheville. Blytheville Jaycettes in :Jaycee Cubroom. Club 28, Blytheville Country Club. Lutheran Women's Guild, i tertained with a skating party Tuesday afternoon at W a 1 k e r Park Roller Drome. Nineteen guests attended. Lisa White, Celia Plack and Sharon Wilson were game winners. Leaders are Mrs. Leslie M. White and Mrs. C. T. Birch. Evening Wear 'Glows' This fall's night lights will owe nothing to Thomas Edison and his electric illumination. The glow that will be lighting up evening wear will be coming from metallic threads, bead glittering sequins, jewels or the built-in shine that comes with fabrics like' lame and the glittery knits. For the mod, glitter »mes from silver nailheads studded against a background of black wool. p.m. Friday Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Blytheville Duplicate League, 1:15 p.m. Restaurant. Bridge Mrs. Kay Pulley was admitted Monday to Doctors. Hospital Mrs. George Apkins of Memphis spent Sunday night with Mrs. Glin Alexander. Mrs. Lois Brock, Mrs. Ocelle Eakin and Mrs. Wesley Green and children have returned to their home in Temple, Tex., after a week-end visit with Mrs. Lucille Painter of Blytheville and Mrs. L. V. Bynum o- Luxora. They were here especially for the graduation of Bobby Bynum from Luxora High School. 'Mr. and Mrs. George Henson and children and Mrs. Ollie MeTigue of Charleston, Mo., visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helms and family. Mr. and Mrs. Monore Forshee and daughters, Shelia, Janis Ann and Laura of Jonesboro, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dottie Forshee and Mrs. Myrtle Ledford. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones of North Brooks, 111., will arrive Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones. Mrs. Tassie Robertson am Mrs. Margie Thweatt visited recently in Osceola with Mrs Grace Maxwell and Mrs. Tom my Mahin. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Wil son of Bald Knob returned home Wednesday after a visit with Mrs. Annie Ashabranner. Mrs. V. E. Tomlinson and da ughters, Anna and Mamie, anc Mrs. Claude Duncan spent the weekend in Magnolia, Ark., with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clevenger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Max Layne and daughters, Phyllis and Pamela, spent Sunday with his brother, Eugene Layne and Mrs. Layne in Maiden, Mo. They went especially to visit Mr. Layne's sister, Mrs. Effie Joforth of Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd L. and family of Wichita Park Fall, Tex., left Thursday after a visit with thtir son and daughter- n-law, SSgt. and Mrs. Loyd 'ark of Blytheville Air Force Base. Razorback ION MOTHERS [3 DAYS I ONLY BIG 11x14 PORTRAIT $1.00 1 REQ. $8.00 VALUE, ONLY Black and White Plus 50c Handling Charge • No appointment nwvmry • Full wtection of pow Photo. Hre. • No age limit 10-1 « AH work guaranteed 2-5 FABRIC CENTER 123 W. Main—Across from Sterlings Blytheville, Ark. June 11-13 Ltrnft— One p«r Subjirt—2 P«r Family Each Additional Subject »3.95 •EATING OUT IS FUN! DRUMMER BOY SUNDAY MENU YOUR $<35 CHOICE I APPETIZERS Homemade Vegetable Beef Soup, Tomato Soup or Combination Salad ENTREES French Meat Loaf Bar-B-Q Ribs Southern Pried Chicken Breaded Veal Steaks VEGETABLES Butter'Parsley Potatoes Baby Lima Beans Spiced Beets Butter Com June Peas DESSERT • Apple Cobbler ANTIQUE AUCTION June 12, 1968 10:30 a.m. .••*•••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••§• SMITH AUCTION — 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 Chandeliers, Piano Stools, Dinner Bell, China Cabinets, Beds, Round Top Trunks, Lots of other merchan- dise'too numerous to mention. Melvin Smith I Auction Every Owner Sat Night—8 p.m. Terms of Sale - Cash I & Sunday—1 p.m. Annual ART SHOW SundayAfternoon From 2:30Til 5 O'CIock Featuring Paintings of The 1968 Study Group Taught by Samuel F. Morris Exhibit In Auditorium of Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. REFRESHMENTS SERVED—PUBLIC INVITED CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M. LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "SGf. RYKER" — with Lee Marvin — (A-MY) "RIDE TO HANGMANS TRiE"-^(A-MY) SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. (A-MY) 6-Oz. FILET French Fries & Salad. 1.95 Luncheon Prime Rib $2.00 All You Can Eat CATFISH $2.00 Try Our Businessman's Lunch Daily Special 85c THE Drummer Boy South Highway 61 — Ph. PO 3-8188 COlttJNG SOON TO THE RITZ SECBET WAR OF HARRY FRIGG — Paul Nuwman BLACKBEARD'S GHOST — Dean Jones & Suzanne Pleshelte Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark, LAST TIME TODAY "/N COLD BLOOD" — wit* Robert Blake and Scott Wilson SUNDAY •MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE AUDREY HEPBURN ALBERT F1NNEY 4 'SIAMiV I OOKNS I TWOHIROAD ' .PomvMon'Colw by Mtm FoummFimous swingers give you the do's and don'ts for the man with a roving eye and the urge to stray!

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