The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 26, 1966
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Page 1*0 - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, April 26, K» — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Bridal Parties liment 'April Showers' Theme of Ladies' Auxiliary Luncheon Miss Stevens Another in a series of prenuptial parties honoring Miss Mary Kay Stevens of Dell, bride-elect of Lt. Ronald Allen Kobinson of Little ftock, was a tea given Saturday afternoon from 2 until 5 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Brsxton Gill. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Gill, Mrs, Ed Hirdin and Mrs. James Tidwell, Jr. Miss Stevens, who formed * receiving line with her mother, Jirs7 John Stevens, and th* prospective groom's mother, M?s. E. F. Robinson of Little Rock, greeted guest wearing • navy and white ensemble complemented with white accesso- rits. 'The honoree was presented * white glamelia corsage from her hostesses. •Mrs. Stevens chose for the occasion a bright pink ensemble. Mrs. Robinson wore 8 mauve sheath with complement- ling jacket. Both received yellow Dutch iris corsages. ^Guests were registered tt a felble marked by a lace wedding bell raderneath which was placed a bride doll surrounded by greenery and rosebuds. A white memory candle burned en the table. £The tea table h.eld an arrangement of purple Dutch iris and yellow daisies flanked by yellow tapers in brass candelabra. 'Presiding at the table wag Sjrs. Russell Simpson, Mrs. .James Peterson, Jr., Mrs. Bob Cooper, Mrs. Poyle Houston, Mrs. Hunter Williams and Mrs. Koehler Blankenship. ! Assisting in the entertaining rooms was Mrs. H. R. Craw. ford. "The hostesses' gift was a black wrought iron candelabra. ;. Out of town guests were from Little Rock and Memphis. A miscellaneous shower honored Miss Stevens Thursday evening in Fellowship Hall of Dell Methodist Church. ' Hostesses for the event were Mrs. 0. E. Hunnicutt, Mrs. Roy Littlefield, Mrs. Emma Greenway, Mrs. Mildred Blankenship, Mrs. Koehler Blankenship, Mrs. Ernest DeCicco, Mrs. Noble pixon, Mrs. Charles Armstrong and Mrs. Hunter Williams. ; For the occasion, Miss Stevens chose a pastel blue and white frock with matching sweater, complemented by a white cymbidiurn orchid corsage, received from her hostesses. ;;. Special guests were mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Robinson, who were also presented corsages of white carnations. The refreshment tabl«, overlaid with white net and taffeta, held a centerpiece of pink tulips and pompons in a crystal and silver epergne and flanked by "April Showers" was the| theme created at Blytheville Country Club Thursday when Ladies of Blytheville Country Club and their guests were entertained at a monthly luncheon. Mrs. Charles Langston, general chairman, Mrs. John Kersnick, Mrs. M. J. 6sbOrne, Mrs. H. H. H0w»rd, Mrs. Paul Wood, Mrs. 6 6 u g 1 a s Donoho, Mrs. Sing Tetley and Mrs. J. N. Smothermon had charge of arrangements. A tea cart of red roses along with umbrellas filled with spring flowers marked the entranceway of the club. Miss Studdard Receives Assistantship Miss Mary Lou Studdard of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Studdard of Mountain Home, has been granted a graduate assistantship at Arkansas State College. Miss Studdard received her BSE degree in business education from Arkansas State where she was graduated as a student of distinction in 1961. She then began teaching in the business education department of Blytheville High School where she presently serves as chairman of that department. While teaching, Miss Studdard has served as director of the District II Arkansas Business Education Teachers Association in 19*4-65. Miss Studdard will enroll for the 1966-67 .school year and will obtain her MSB degree in business education. Her duties as a graduate assistant will consist of counseling with young women living in the Kays Residence Hall. Umbrellas Of various sizes with bouquets of flowers were used throughout the club in car- •ying out the theme. Miniature squares covered with grass and holding tiny umbrellas and flowers COmplet ed the table decorations. Featured on the program Was Miss Susie Scrape, student at Burdette High School, who presented a modern jazz dance. The Boy's Quartet under the direction of Miss Mollie Autry, Blytheville High School choir director, sang several selections The group was composed o! Dennis Hill, Peter Shirley, Ran Wilson and Wally Liles. An art exhibit of paintings done by Samuel F. Norris, loca artist, and his students was viewed. Mr. and Mrs. florris in terpreted the various paintings for the members. At the close of the program Mrs. King Tetley and Mrs Douglas Donoho presided over a session of Duplicate Bridge fo: beginners. The next luncheon will b held on a Friday during May Mrs. Harold Doyle will serve as general chairman. Luxora FFA Holds Banquet Luxora High School was ttv setting Friday evening, April 15 when Future Farmers of Amer ica and their guests held their annual FFA F a t h e r and Son banquet. Approximately 50 attended. Following dinner scholarshi; awards were presented to Clil ford Yarbrough, Clayton Vernor and Donald Tramel. Larry Permenter received the Chapter Star Farmer Award, and Clifford Yarbrough, the Star Green Hand Award. Master of ceremonies was FFA president, Clayton Vernprt. Special guests attending were Miss Barbara Chafin, FFA Sweetheart, and her father, Gerald Chafin. Miss Chafin entertained the group by presenting several vocal selections. She was accompanied at the piano by Miss Donna Baker, elementary music teacher at Luxora. The speaker's table was decorated with an arrangement of Dutch iris and asters in blue and gold, colors of the chapter. Miss Chafin was presented a corsage of Dutch iris. silver candelabra holding white tapers. Mrs. Koehler Blankenship presided at the table. The hostesses' gift was a card table with matching chairs. EXCHANGE VOWS A candelight ceremony in Second Baptist Church in Caruthersville, April IS, united In marriage Miss Jeanette Barnett and Larry Griffin, both of Caruthersville. Miss Barnett, Larry Griffin Are Wed in Caruthersville Miss Jeane.te Barnette became the bride of Larry Griffin Saturday, April 18, in a candlelight ceremony at Second Baptist Church in Caruthersville. The Rev. Howard Ray, pastor of First Baptist Church, read the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with tall baskets of white gladiolus enhanced wi.h white satin bows holding white tapers. Mrs. Bill Cardwell presented traditional wedding music and accompanied Mrs. Kyle Lawler of Steele, vocalist. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jordan of Caruthersville, was given in marriage by her father. Her floor - length gOwn was of white .peau de sole with a chapel train. Her lace trimmed veil fell from a pearl encrusted queen's crown and she carried a white Bible covered with stock and centered with a white orchid. Mrs. John Dugger, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a ballerina - length gown of pink cotton and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Griffin of Essex, Mo., was attended by his brother, Charles Griffin, as best man. Groomsmen and candlelighters were Danny Griffin, brother of the groom, and Dewayne Humes, both of Essex. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Jordan chose a pink knit ensemble complimented by pink accessories. Mrs. Griffin, mothe rOf the groom, was attired in a floral design silk dress with black accessories. Both had orchid cor- sages. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church dining room. The bride's table covered with a pink linen cloth overlaid with lace, held a three - tiered cake and crystal punch service. Serving were Miss R y t h a Benthal, Miss Cathy Griffin, sis- .er of the groom, and Mrs. Rex Tucker, sister 6f th« bride. Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Charles Griffin presided at the guest book. The couple left on a honey' moon to Lake Wappapello. They are now at home at 209 E. 5th Street in Caruthersville where Mr. Griffin is employed by the Colson Corporation and Mrs. Griffin at Ark-Mo Power Co. LECTURE PROGRAM April 25th - May 1st Time — 7:30 p.m. Topics and Speakers MONDAY — PRASES , „ „ , (J. B. Shofee, matfe InltruMor it Artintaa St»te College) TUESDAY — HARD SAYINGS OF CHRIST (Jesse Fleming, employee of Blytheville Iron and Metal) WEDNESDAY - WHY SOME REJECT THE TRUTH (Nelson Edens, employee of Shelton Construction and Floor Service) THURSDAY — CHOO8! YOU THJS DAY (Rtr Smtllrldfo, T. Sgt at BAFBj FRIDAY - A GOD FEARING ATTITUDE (Charirt Tin, »»'h tattruetor in Kennett Ri(h School) SATURDAY — THE SIMPLICITY OF THE GOSPEL (Cloyce Sutton, employe* of Ark-Mo Power Co.) SUNDAY — (Both raornlnr and evening lewon by Ross Saunders, evangelist for Second and Walnut, Church of Christ, FaraeouU, Ark.) CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at 13th Blytheville, Arkansas Lawn Mowers & Small Engine Repairs AUTO TRUCK and TRACTOR PARTS CO. SERVICE SHOP PO 3-4511 316 North Broadway your Authorized Briggt and Stratton Distributor for Mississippi County. ENGINES •Wf. .....,•• . . • PARTS SERVICES Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. !•• *•••••••••••••>••••*••••••••••*••••••••»••• • TUES. * WED. B»ck hoME she coutdVi qrr rheswwqof ii...bur IN PARIS she WAS AN OvERNiqhr S£NSAT!ON! ii-MARGREM ... - EOIE ADAMS • CHAD EVERETT5SJOHN mm COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THOSE CALLOWAYS — Bryan Keith and Vera Miles TROUBLE WITH ANGELS — Hayley Mllli PROMISE HER ANYTHING — Leslie Caron * Warren Betty HARFER — Paul Newman & Lauren Baeall A MAN COULD GET KILLED — James Garner THE RARE BREED — Janei Stewart & Maureen O'Ran Brand New- Heavy Duty 12 ft. FISHING BOATS. • 14 Ft. FISHING BOATS ..........."^»^!iIi»3S • BOAT TRAILERS MO.M • NEW II Ft FDREOU88 RUN-A-BOUT BOAT..... ,»4M Open 'Til 9 p.m. Daily—12:00 Neon Sunday FREE PARKING IN REAR Byrum Hardware And Seed 116 E. Main — Ph. PO 3-4404 or 3-SRM Soften Eye Shadows What to use with eye shadows in the blue, aquamarine and green family for spring? Use a liner softer in tone, such as a brown or gray, instead of black. Soften it at the edges. Rev. Carpenter Speaker At WMU Meeting Woman's Missionary Union «f Mississippi County Baptist Association met Thursday at Cosnell Baptist Church. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, ptesidertt, presided. After the devotional by Mrs. Boy Wood, Mrs. Roland Reinhardt led in call 16 prayer. Conferences were conducted by chairmen and directors. Reports were heard fr6m Mrs. R. D. White and Mrs. Wayne Friday after which playlets • on witnessing in th« hime were presented by Mrs. Ted King, Mrs. David Killian, Mrs. Paul Westbrook and Mrs. Bill Sullivan. Special music was presented by Mrs. Alvis ft. Carpenter. Speaker at the meeting was Rev. Alvis B. Carpenter, pastor of First Baptist Church, who poke on "Christian Home Witness." R«ports on the WMU state convention recently held in Pine Bluff were given by Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. Wayne Friday and Mrs. Orville Hamilton. Attendance pin was awarded to the Joiner Baptist Church. Announcement was made that the GA Council will meet April 30 at the Clear Lake Baptist Church. E.H.C. MEETING NOTES lllllllllllllll Mr. and Mrs. B. Rule Stout will arrive tomorrow from Knoxville to visit in Blytheville as [Ouse guests Of Mr. and Mrs. H. j. Bush. Mrs. Bush, who has been visiting with her parent* in KnOxville, wil Ireturn with them, Patricia Ann Widner, daughter Of Mr. and MrS. J. D. Wid- nfcr, has been elected president 6f th* spring pledge class of Pi Beta Phi sOrofit" at Memphis State University. Mis* Widner, a freihrnan, it majoring in English. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich returned Sunday from Houston where Mr. Wunderlich attended an Allied Van Lilies convention. Mrs. Lewis Woodard and daughter Mary Janet of St. Louis spent Saturday in Blytheville visiting her sister, Mri. lona Mallory, and other relatives. Also visiting Mrs. Mai- lOry over the weekend were another sister, Mrs. Gaston BrOwn, and Mr. Brown of Risco, Mo. Anna Neile Cure, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Cure of Irving, Tex., is Spending two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mr*. J. P. Friend is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Mem- Approximately 40 members of the Extension Homemakers Clubs of North Mississippi County made a pilgrimage to Holly Springs Miss., Friday, in observance of National EH Club Week. The group toured ten historical homes under the guidance Of Holly Springs Garden Club and also toured the Kate Fr- man Clark Private Art Gallery. During May, each club in this area will plan a special activity to celebrate EH Club Week. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •»••*•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY—Double Feature SEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL—Tony Curtis GET YOURSELF A COLLEGE GIRL— 7:15-9:00 Mary Ann Mobley TUES-WED-THURS Double Feature 1st Feature BL°OD 1aa Starts At 7:15 2nd Feature Starts At 9:00 WATCH FOB THESE ACADEMY AWARD WINNING PICTURES coming to STARVTJE DRIVE IN. DARLING, with Julie Chrlitle, for this part ih« w»n th« BEST ACTRESS OF THE YEAR. Playing M Run at Drivt-In. AIM coming toon — SHIP OF FOOL* and THE COLLECTOR, Air Conditioner Check Let th* Experts Check Your Auio Air Conditioner Before th* Heat G*ta H«r«. $C99 ParU Chickasaw Pontiac Go. PhOM PO MBIT AUTHORIZED A* •ECOTO CMM MAIL BLYTHHVILII 4M BmntTlll* CnarlM Ncwi ZIP - 521H Bu<7 W. Hunts rnkUihn Ird it Walnut IU Blylhe»llle Ark Publti&td dan; except eundt? Second clu* p«t»g« paid M BIT- erliit. Ark HOME nCLlVERI KATXf IB Blythtrlllt «&d towoi to t&i Blytbt?iU« t«d« terrlwrj: Dallr . 35a pti we«ft »T MAIL PATABLE Rt ADVANCk Wlthlo 90 mlln of Blyth.YllH M.M pet re» M*rt IBu SO mlln Ma BlTtn«»llli phis. She la In Room 10M. VI* ing Mrs. Friend Sunday was her m6thcr, Mrs, W. R. Brown, who was celebrating her 85th birthday. Yeast dough is kneaded «• nough wlicn it becomes smooth and elastic, BE SAFE LEt US PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS FURS AND WOOLENS IN OUR BONDED STORAGE VAULTS. BESTWAY Laundry CUanm PICK-UP * OCUVERT PO 2012 W. j.2408 t-H3!HP!E5&* Main MIMBK* T.V. Clinic Airbate Highway Now Open Fulltime Under the New Management of J. D. BEAL 75 Years Experience /n Radio • Television Repairs Black & White • Color All Work Guaranteed Mike Warren Serviceman CALL LE 2-1.632 CARDS OF THANKS We wish to tak* this meant to express our appreciation t« Our friends for the flowers, curds and other expressions, ot sympathy during the illness and death of our mother, Mary Elizabeth Lee. . We especially want to thanx the Oddfellows Lodge, Re-' bekah IXMlge, Gateway Tabermcle Church and The First Assembly of God Church for the food they prepared. We extend special (hanks to Brother A. J. Frank for his words o£ comfort and other services. The Lee Family THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••*••••••••••»••••••• Lost Time Today Sophia Loren "JUDITH" WED: & THURS. FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE PLUS '*>eo^4 QrtikneAA Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 Last Time Today IT'S A MAD WORLD" Also "SKI PARTY" WED. & THURS. CARLOAD FOR $1.00 SURT LANCASTER T! 'lEE REMICK-JIM MUTTON — . PAMELA TIFFIN • DONMD PI^SENCE. B5I.A.N KEITH ', TECHNICOLOR • * "ffiii 1 "'" j FRliDATTsAfT l'Lu8 THU » HtweGw CONOCO SERVICE AM»B " •••—L» G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. F...CONOCO!

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