The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
Page 4
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Plge Four - Biytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Biurcdsy, April «, 19M — Society News — • Glenna La|nbert,^Sodety Jjditor Phone PO 3-4461_ bows were headpieces. Ronald Branum, brother-in- law of the groom, served as best man. WED — Miss Groomsmen were Kieth Hutchison, Danny Richardson and Barbara Jaco, M j|; e wells. rtauehter of Mr Usners were clarence Killia " daughter of Mr. ^ ^^ Q ^ ^^ Q( the and Mrs. George groom. Stephen Keating and Greg Freeman, nephews of the Jaco of Homers- bride> served resp ectivly a s ville and Gerald ring bearer and registrar. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Jaco chose an aqua knit dress with white accessories. The groom's mother wore a navy blue knit three piece suit with white accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of white carnations. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the church din-! ing room. The bride's table, covered with pink satin overlaid with lace, was centered with a three Phillip Davis of Cardwell were married Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Hornersville. BRIDE-TO-BE Miss Judy Young, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Ausie Young of Blytheville, and Billy Gene Sanders will be married July 15 in Cole Ridge Baptist Church. Auxiliary To Honor Officers, New Members At Luncheon A July Wedding Is Planned By Judy Young, Mr. Sanders Announcement was made to-| The bride - elect was grad- Blytlicville Junior Auxiliary will stage a luncheon and mock fashion show at Blylheville Country Club this afternoon in honor of newly-elected officers and new members. Among those attending will be active and associate members of the Auxilliary. Officers are Mrs. Glen Horner, president; Mrs. Jim Tomp kins, vice president; Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, treasurer, am Mrs. Richard Reid, secretary. New members who will be in troduced to the group include Mrs. Jack Rinehart, Mrs. Max Hill, Mrs. Robert M. Childress Mrs. Fred DeCuir, Mrs. C. R Cole and Mrs. Leon Burrow. Immediately following tin luncheon, a mock fashion show Miss Jaco Becomes Bride Of Gerald P. Davis of Cardwell .The First Baptist Church of Hornersville was the setting Sun day afternoon at 2 o'clock for the candlelight wedding of Miss Barbara Jaco, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jaco of Hornersville, and Gerald Phillip Davas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ejavis of CardweU. :Rev. James Marlar, pastor, officiated at the ceremony. | Mrs. E. D. Barrett, organist, Miss Jetta Wilkins and Miss Anita Garner presented the nuptial music. , :The sanctuary of the church was decorated with an arch- ^tay entwined with lacework •find holding pale blue and laven- <Jer candles. Large baskets of purple iris and white dogwood LOUIS HARDIN See Me for Complete Details on How to Get Your VACATION MONEY PHILLIPS FORD SALES 300 N. Broadway Phone PO 3-4453 were at either side and the pews were marked with white satin bows. MissJaney Kennett and Miss Rebecca Jaco, sister of the bride, were candlelighters. They wore lavender dresses with short sleeves, rounded necklines bowed waists ar.d bell skirts. Their headpieces were of lavender ribbon fashioned as a flower with petals of tulle and they wore wrist corsages of white tipped orchids and carnations. tiered wedding cake, decorated I d av by Mr. and Mrs. Ausie with pink ross and tipped with j y 0 ' un g of Blytheville of the en. _=.., u. :J . —, gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Judy Young, to Billy Gene Sanders of Blytheville. Parents oi Mr. Sanders are Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders of Blytheville. a miniature bride and groom. The refreshment table was also covered with lace over pink and was centered with a large arrangement of white gladiolus. Misses Judy L o o m b e s and Nancy Wilkins served. After a wedding trip to St. Louis, the couple will return to Hornersville where the bride will complete her studies at S e n a t h - Hornersville High School as a senior. The groom will leave within two weeks for Tokyo, Japan, where he will serve with the U. S. Navy. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman of Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Branum of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Terlie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McLeaa • and Mr. and Mrs. K. D. McLead, The bride, given in marriage ] a u O f Imboden, Ark.; by her father, wore a gown of' white satin with a rounded neckline and long sleeves accented with pearl buttons. Lace, appliqued to the fitted bodice, came to the center of the front at the waisline and fell to the floor in A-line over a large pleat. Her veil was a fingertip mantilla of white imported scalloped satin crown. Her only jewelry was a single strand of white pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of white gladiolus. Mrs. Shirley Branum of St. ! Louis, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She chose a mint green lace suit with match ing crown under tulle as a headpiece. She carried a bouquet of mint green carnations, tions. The bridesmaids, Misses Carol Wilkins, Lorena Hatch and Vicki Branum wore short length dresses featuring empire waists, scooped necklines and long sleeves. They wore matching headpieces of lace crowns u n de r tulle and carried bouquets of carnations. Fiower girls were Misses Leslie Freeman, niece of the bride, and Jerry Lynn Keating. They wore sleeveless, low waisted dresses of pale yellow lace with organza sashes. White organza Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sikes and Connie and Brenda Sikes of Childress, Ark., Misses Brenda Forsylhe and Alice Frie of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Tancil Caldwell and Sonny Caldwell of Leachville, Mrs. Bonda Young, of San Juan, Puerto Rico; Mrs. Jessie Archer, Jerry D. George, Mrs. Connie Kilian, Mrs. Arlene Blansett, M r s. Hattie Hosman, Mrs. Helen Wells; Billie Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Killian, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Killian, all of Cardwell. uated from Dell High School where she was a cheerleader and member of the Beta Club. She attended Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. She is presently employed at Southwestrn Bell Telephone Co. The prospective bridegroom j was graduated from Dell High Miss Johnson Honored Miss Young is the granddaugh School where he served as chap• -- " • • ter president of Future Farmers Mrs. H. L. King'of Sikeston, and Mrs. Lucy Young and the late Bob Young of Blytheville. NEWS OF THE illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllliMllllllBnniimiilBBlli Girl Scout Troop 180 held its Court of Awards, Tuesday afternoon, at the First Presbyterian Church. Special guests attending were mothers of the Scouts. Mrs. Edwin Weedman and Eastside Club Plans Trip Easlside Garden Club will make a pilgrimage to Memphis Saturday. Members desiring to make the trip should meet at 9 a.m. at the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg. The club will attend the African Violet Show and tour th e exhibit in Audubon Park. Mrs. Lewis Raleigh, troop leaders, presented verious badges to the following girls: Julia Weedman, Pam Gambrell, Kim Hodge, Peggy Partlow, Deborah Raleigh, Kathleen Geeslin; Cathy BrocX, Sara S h o u s e, Sherri Sandow, Candy Warren, Jan Wood, Kathy McCaughey, Michele England; Crystal Zeigler, Sheila Garner, Maria Gann, Laura Miles, Martha Carol Flagg and Jamie Wells. In addition, each girl received the Sign of the Star badge and a membership star signifying the completion of a year in Scouting. A candlelight ceremony of America and was a member of the basketball and track teams. He is now manager of Central Cash and Carry. Grandparents of Mr. Sanders are Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders of Harrisburg and L. T. Tims and the late Mrs. Tims of Blytheville. Plans are being made for a July 15 wedding in Cole Ridge Baptist Church. A bridal shower honoring Miss Annabeth Johnson was given Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Alvis Harris, Jr. Hostesses were Mrs. Alvis Harris, Sr., Mrs. Roland Warrington and Mrs. Alvis Harris, Jr. The honoree wearing a printed cotton dress with yellow accessories was presented a pink orchid corsage. Mrs. Thelma Johnson, mother of Miss Johnson, and Mrs. Leslie Hooper, grandmother of the groom-elect, were also given white orchid corsages. Miss Johnson will be married Sunday at Trinity Baptist Church to J. P. Newell III of Fairfax, Va. Social and Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ca-iwas a former county agent of followed the p re s e n t a t i o n of awards. Mrs. Weedman announced that Mrs. David Miles and Mrs. Tracy Sandow will be troop leaders next year. Refreshments of coffee, punch and cookies were enjoyed by those attending. tron have returned home from a two-week tour through the western states. During their trip, they visited in Kennewick, Wash., with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Trout and family in Scottsdale, Ariz. Mrs. Emma Gibbons and family and Calvin Simpson of Newburn, Tenn., were Sunday guests of Mrs. Gibbon's mother, Mrs. R. F. Banks on Sunday. Visiting Mrs. R. F. Banks yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Banks of Texarkana. Mrs. P. E. Eubanks has returned home after visiting Mr. |and Mrs. Clayton Eubanks in West Memphis and Mr. and Mrs Rayford Eubanks in Joiner. Mississippi County. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today "THE PUMPKIN EATER" FRI. & SAT, DOUBLE FEATURE Drive-In Theatre OSCEOLA 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 ••••••••««•••••••••*•• Last Time Today CARLOAD FOR $1.00 "THE HALLELUJAH TRAIL" FRI DAY & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE Champagne- Time Stocking Sale "once a year sale" The stockings Hurt fit you CLAUSSNER like (tender blush CANTRECE! 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