The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1966 · Page 2
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- Blythevill* (Ark.) Courier Kewi — Society News — Glenna JJhoneJPO S-4461_ Brunch Honors Bride-elect) Bridesmaids Mrs. Jim Smotherman and Mrs. Milford Estes ot Sikeston, rfo., entertained Miss Carolyn 3oyd and her bridesmaid with a brunch Saturday morning at the Country Club prior to her wedding Sunday afternoon in Irst Methodist Church. A centerpiece of blue daisies, Dutch iris and babies' breath and a mirror accented with love birds and ribbon bearing the names of the engaged couple were used in decorating the :lub. For the occasion, Miss Boyd chose a pink linen sheath com- ; Mr. and MM. Larry Curtiss Anderson Miss Boyd, Larry Anderson Say Vows in Ceremony Here Miss Carolyn Boyd, daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. Virgil D. Boyd of BIytheville. became the bride of Larry Curtiss Anderson in a ceremony Sunday afternoon in First Methodist Church by the Rev. Virgil D. Keeley, pastor. : Parents of Mr. Anderson are Mr. .and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson of BIytheville. The church was decorated with large, fan-shaped arrangements of white stock banked on the altar with candletrees placed or either side before a background of woodwardia trees and baskets of white stock. .^Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt, organist,, ' Mrs. James Tyrone of Memphis served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Rhonda Rinehart of Houston and Miss Lana Anderson, sister of the groom. : The attendants' gowns were of pale blue crepe designed with empire waistlines and trains of blue lace. They carried crescent bouquets of gardenias and yellow, roses. : The bride, given in marriage byl-Jer father, chose a gown of ivory peau de soie. The A - line skirt overlaid in Alencon lace fell from a bodice designed with a portrait neckline bordered in lace and long sleeves. A scalloped train extended from her shoulders and was overlaid with Alencon lace. Her bouffant veil was secured to a crown of Alencon lace roses and. seed pearls. She carried a crescent bouquet of white cat- tleya orchids on a background of lace lilies. Best man was Lark Anderson, brother of the groom. "Serving as ushers were Bob Parks of Dallas, Lewis Burgess of Monticello, 111., Jim Fortner piemen ted a white daisy Corsage presented by her hostesses. Special guests included Mrs. Myrtle Boyd and Mrs. C. M. Alexander, grandmothers of the gift was of couple. The hostesses' lingerie. of Dallas, Steve Cantrell of Dal las, Mike Boyd of Memphis brother of the bride, and Jim Killett of Sikeston. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Boyd chose a pink sill shantung sheath with matchini jacket complemented with pin! white orchid. The groom's mother wora a blue silk suit with white accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd entertained at a reception at the Holiday Inn. The bride's table overlaid with a white satin cloth held an arrangement of white stock and yellow snapdragons in a cherub vase. Assisting at the reception were Mrs.. Earl Smith, Miss Barbara Davidson, Mrs. Joel Reisman and Mrs. Mi c h a e 1 Boyd. The couple left on a wedding trip to Colorado. For traveling the bride chose a blue linen dress designed with an A - line skirt and matching jacket. Following their honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will make their home at 713 Illinois. Out of town guesls attending the wedding were Mrs. Myrtle Boyd of Tampa, Fla., grand|mother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Alexander of Clifton , Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson of Urbana, Mo., grandparents of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gatliff of Urbana, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Anderson of St. Louis, Mr. and Chapter Honors Residents . Mrs. Robert Schwarz and Mrs. Kenneth Swan representing Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained residents fo the nursing home yesterday with a birthday party. Honored at the party were those having birthdays in February and March. Receiving gifts from the chapter were Mrs. Bond, Mr. Fry, Mrs. Pollard, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Kerbough and Mr. Harris. The hostesses served decorated cupcakes and ice cream. WINS AWARD - Joe Pride a ninth-grade student at BIy- theville Junior High, won first place in the physics division at the State Science Fair held in Little Rock last week. He also won the sweepstakes award, a library of Popular Science books, in competition against first place winners in all fields of the junior division. Mission Program Presented At DellWMSMeet Mrs. Robert Payne presented the program, 'New Foreign Missi6n Fields," when Woman's Missionary Society of Dell Baptist Church met at the church Monday evening. The meeting opened with group songs and the WMU Wat chword. Ten meflttjws were present. Mrs. Carl Lee Russell gave the calendar of prayer for missionaries. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Ed Hardin, who also gave the devotional. Prayer led by Mrs. Doyle Houston opened the program with Mrs. Russell, Mrs. J. C. Smith, Mrs. J. T. Tate,. Mrs Houston and Mrs Clinton Smith participating Mrs. J. C. Smith dismissed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Ellis Dedicates DAC Plaque Mrs. J. C. Ellis, state regent, and other members of the Daughters of American Colonists in Arkansas dedicated a bronze plaque which was donated by the DAC in a ceremony on Sunday, March 13, at Washington, Ark., pioneer capital of the state. The pl»qu« marked the home- site of Dr. Issac Newton Jones, prominent pioneer and friend of Davy Crockett and Sam Houston, Dr. Jones' son, Daniel Webster Jones, who was governor of Arkansas from 1897 to 1901, and James Black, maker of the Bowie knife. Officiating were Dr. John Ferguson, executive secretary of the Arkansas History Commission, who gave the dedicatory address; William J. Smith, great grandson of Daniel Webster Jones, master of ceremonies. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Esther Tyson, state historian of the society. Miss Leonora Jones, granddaughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Littlejohn Jones, was the guest of honftr and was presented an orchid by Mrs. Ellis. Approximately 125 descendants, members of the Board of the Washington Restoration and guests attended a luncheon in the old school. Other DAC members attending were Miss Josephine Browp of Little Rock, Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr. of BIytheville. Mrs. Boggs Bid Farewell Mrs. E. L. Boggs was bid farewell this week at a buffet dinner given by members of Vendredi Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. Tommy Sylvester. During evening bridge games, winners were Mrs. Billy Joe Gean, high; Mrs. Utho Barnes, second, and Mrs. Wallace Smith, bridgo. Mrs. Boggs was presented a gift from the club. Mrs. Vernon Anderson of Sikeston, Mr and Mrs. Dale Smith of Moberly, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Russell of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Milford Estes of Sikeston, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spring, Mr and Mrs Dervint Zaricas, Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Dement, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rowe.Jr., all of Sikeston; THEATRE Your Friendly Tfieofre OSCEOLA •••*••••••••••*••••••» - FRI. - SAT. SUN. - MON. - TUES. j ELVIS PRESLEY I And CONN A DOUGLAS 5 In "FRANKIE & JOHNNY" Services Set At Wilson Sunrise services for Wilson churches will be conducted at the Nodena Baptist Church at 6:00 A. M. Easter morning with Rev. Waymon Hollis, pastor of the Wilson Methodist Church as speaker. A combined choir from the First Baptist Church, Nodena Baptist Church and Wilson , _ . . .. , n _ Baptist uiurcn ana w 1 Mrs. Mike Bombaleski of De*- ^ church bg ._ *r_ 4 nr_« JTVw, Pa^an ter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ledbetter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barlow, Michael Vandergrift, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tyrone, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reisman, Miss Barbara Davidson, all of Memphis; Mrs. Frankie Hill of West Memphis, Mrs. Wayne Lovelace of Jackson, Miss.; Miss Jo Ann Holden of Paris, Tenn,, Loyd Hise of Clinton, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hodge of Steele, Jerry Hamra of Steele, Verna Austin of Memphis and Bill McHaney of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson entertained at a rehearsal dinner Saturday evening. Approximately 30 guests attended including members of | the wedding party. Rev. and) Mrs. Virgil Keeley, and parents and grandparents of the bride and groom; Kathy Benef iel Has Birthday Kattiy Benefiel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Benefield, was honored an h«r ninth birthday recently with a party at the Roller Drome. Game winners were Terry Bowling, Karen Batton and Melissa and Mike Geiser. Refreshments of punch and cupcakes were served and party favors presented to the 16 guests attending. the direction of John Dresbach, music director of First Baptist, and Mrs. Fred Denton, music director of Wilson Methodist Church. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Children Free Only If Admission: Adults 75c; Accompanied By Parents. FRIDAY •SATURDAY Double Feature rwjwKjvni rf, iunca tmuot JOHMlMmiE IMARTDI *HUB bWant Continuous Showing Daily front 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. •• •••••••••• FRI • SAT • SUN • MON COMING BOON TO THE UT2 THE GREAT RACE - All Star Cart • April Utb OUR MAN FLINT - Jam* Colburn * U« J. Cobb 01965 AmerfcM Inltmil COME BY 7:15 SEE BOTH FEATURES •••••••••*•••• COME BY 8:30 SEE ONE FEATURE ONLY ••***••*•••••• SUN-MON-TUES- Double Feature 7:00 — 8:30 MNAVOIOMMtCHNlCOIjOK' AC«l>iinbliPldur» A seent-eo-ordiiuted set of toiletries It geared for teenage use. Liquid foam hath comes in sophisticated champagne splits. 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