The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1966
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Page Two - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, May », 1M8 — Society News — Glenna Lambert, SodetyEditor SAY VOWS Miss Anna Eliz abeth Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Thelma Johnson and J. P. Newell III of Fairfax, Va., were married Sunday at 2 o'clock at Trinity Baptist Church. Miss Johnsot^ / P. Newell Are Wed at Trinity Baptist Trinity Baptist Church, was | bride's only attendant wearing the setting Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock for, the wedding of Miss Anna Elizabeth Johnson to J. P. Newell III of Fairfax, Va., with Dr. Myron Dillow officiating. o- ^"-J, *"•) »' The bride is the daughter of Peotone, 111. a pink silk suit. She carried a nosegay of pink carnations. Best man was Leslie Newell, brother of the groom. Ushers were Gary Trobaugh of Granite City, HI., and Robert Welsh of Mrs. Thelma Johnson of Blytheville and the groom is the son of Mrs. Lois Newell and the late J. P. Newell, Jr., of Fairfax..- Large baskets of white gladiolus decorated the church. Nup- tiar music was presented by MrS John Hyde, soloist, and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, organist. | The bride wearing a white j linen dress with a deep lace yoke was given in marriage by her. brother, Michael R. Johnson'. : . Her only jewelry was a wedding bell necklace, a gift of the groom. She carried a nosegay of white roses and stephanotis. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Johnson chose a turquoise suit of double knit complemented by a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Newell wore a black printed crepe ensemble and her corsage was of yellow roses. Immdiately following the ceremony, the bride's mother and Miss Mabel Hogan entertained with a reception at the Holiday Inn. The bride's table overlaid with net held a centerpiece of yellow and pink carnations and white stock. The cake decorated with yellow roses was served by Miss Carol Johnson of Peotone, 111., and Miss Donna Wakefield Mrs. Terry Beavers was the [ of Fort Smith served at the : SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 ^Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If ^Accompanied By Parents. Last Time Today — Double Feature BiACH BALI."— Ed Byrnes & Chris Noel NEVER TOO LATE"— Connie Stevens & :" 7:15 - 9:00 Jim Mutton WED-THURS DOUBLE FEATURE 7:15-9:00 ;= Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. -; Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. •»•••««••••••••••••••*•••••••••••••••••••»••• -TUES.-WED 1 . COMING SOON TO THE RITZ j PROMISE HER ANYTHING - UtUe Cum A Wurra BMty •HARPER - Fiul Newman & Uuftn Bacill A MAN COUI.D GET KILLED - Junei Garner THE RARE BREED — Jamti Stewart * Maureen O'Hui ^Phone PO 3-4461 Parties Compliment Miss Moore Another in a series of prenuptial parlies complimenting Miss Sandra Elaine Moore was a coffee Saturday morning al 10 o'clock in the home of Mrs. ByrOn Moore, Sr. Co-hostess was Mrs. Syr on Moore, Jr. For the occasion, Miss Moore chose a pink sheath with complementing accessories. Special guests were her moth er, Mrs. Forrest Moore, anc her grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Ivy Seay. i •» .-• A spring flower arrangement] Jylicc centered the serving table. Pre- -** JJ siding at the silver coffee service was Mrs. Randall Hawks. BRIDE-ELECT — Miss Lynda Gurien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gurien of Blytheville, is engaged to Larry Hillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Hillis. The hostesses presented honoree with a cookbook. the The home of Mrs. Curtiss Anderson was the setting Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, for a bridge luncheon honoring Miss Moore with Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Bailey Tarpley as co-hostesses. The bride-elect greeted guests wearing a pastel striped cotton ensemble with white accessories complimented by a novelty corsage presented by the hostesses. Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. T. I. Seay were special guests. In afternoon games of bridge, winners were Mrs. Boyce Moore Mrs. James Peterson, Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs: John Miles Miller. The individual tables held arrangements of spring flowers with placecards accented with a bridal bouquets. An arrangement of lilies of the valley was seen on the buffet table. The hostesses' gift to Miss Moore was bathroom scales. Is Betrothed Announcement was made today by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gurien of Blytheville of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lynda, to Larry Hillis. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Hillis of Blytheville. 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Alumni Attend Pi Beta Phi Celebration Among those from Blytheville attending the Founder's Day celebration of Pi Beta Phi sorority in Memphis Saturday jjjj r , were Miss Marge Hall, Mr*. Da Charles Crigger III, Mrs. Jack " y Shamrock 4-H Club met April 14 at the Youth Center on Blytheville Air Force Base. Joni Downes, president, called the meeting to order and Carso Greenway led the Pledge of Allegiance. The 4-H Pledge was led by Linda Pettie followed by a song under the direction of Cathy Downes. Special guests at the meeting were Jim Wallace, assistant county agent, and Miss Pat Cole EH agent, who discussed the talent show. Members were requested to bring their parents to the next meeting, May 12. Announcment was also made that the group will meet April 23 at 2. o'clock at the home of Slater to make Mother's Hale, Mrs. Jim F. Tompkins and Mrs. D. E. Newberry. A lunehebn was held at the Rivermont with the Tennessee Gamma Chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Memphis State serving as host chapter. Miss Ann Robinson of Blytheville is president of the chapter. She presented awards to tbe senior outstanding members Others from Blytheville on the program were Miss Molly Guard and Miss Jane Burnett who sang with the H Beta Phi Chorale. Mrs. McWherter Hosts Club Mrs. David McWherter was hostess to members of Down One Bridge Club at her home Wednesday. Winners of afternoon games were Mrs. William Benton, high, Mrs. Bert Phillips, second, and Mrs. Murphy Taylor, bridgo. Mrs. Phillips will tost the club next week. Confer Degrees Blytheville Chapter No. 117, Royal Arch Masons, will confer the Royal Arch degree in full form, Wednesday night, at the Masonic Temple, at Davis and Franklin. The meeting will begin at 6:30. cutglass punch bowl. Also serving were Miss Jeanne Hood at the memory book, Mrs. Bob Welsh and Miss Melanie Trobaugh of Granite City, 111. Among out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newell and Mrs. J. P. Newell, Sr., of Kingsport, Tenn., Mr. and Mri. Lee Johnson of Peotone, 111., Mrs. R. W. Trobaugh and son Kevin of Granite City, 111., Mrs. Eve Wells of Kennett and Miss Janice Wells o! Memphis, For traveling, the bride wore _ navy suit with a yellow over- blouse and black patent accessories. After a short wedding trip through th« Smoky Mountains, the couple will be at home at 3513 Leesburg Court, Bailey's Crossroads, FaJJi Church, Va. Clubs Attend Violet Show Eastside Garden Club and African Violet Club toured in Memphis Saturday. The members attended the Af rican Violet Show and toured Audubon Gardens. Hostesses were Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs. Otto Bradbury and Mrs. W. S. Allen of Eastside Club and Mrs. B. A. Bugg, African Violet Club. The bride-elect is a senior at Blytheville High School. Mr. Hillis is stationed with the United States Army at Fort Carson, Col. Missionary Speaks Tonight Jack Bateman, missionary to Formosa, will speak at Beacon Baptist Church, 20th and Ash tonight at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Bateman and family have been missionaries to Formosa for several years and they are now home on leave. The missionary will tell of his experiences in the mission field. JBits of Newsl I mojlfif personal | liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiBDininiiiiiP George Muir is at his home after being dismissed from Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Harry Kirby is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Kirby underwent surgery Friday. Miss Kay Parks, daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. Mike Parks, was I recently elected as next year's I senior advisor of Alpha Lambda | Delta, women's honorary organization, at Arkansas State College. Miss Parks served as. vice president during the past) year. Gregory Cassidy, Beatrice Gifford, Norma Sue House, Rebecca Lamb, Sue R h o a d e s, Gary Robinson and Lynn White, ail members of the senior class at Armorel High School, spent I the weekend at Alley Springs, | Mo. They were accompanied by j Mr. and Mrs. Estes White and j son, Milton. I Among those attending a I spring district meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary in West Memphis Sunday were Mrs. Dennis Carmon, Mrs. Ben May.s Mrs. E. B. Spaeth, Mrs. Wilbur Van Cleve and Mrs. Bill Wood. Mrs. Van Cleve, district president, presided it the meeting. Among those attending funeral services for Baker Wilson in Somerville, Tcnn., Saturday Coming Events Tuesday Officers Wives Club will meet were Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey for games day at 1:30. Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Farris Me-1 IOOF Lodge will meet at tht Caila, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ran-!IOOF Hall at 8 p.m. die, Mrs. Mahan Bell and Mr. | NCO Wives Club will meet at and Mrs. Charles Rose, Sr. |1 p.m. at the NCO Club. 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