The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 23, 1966
Page 4
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Tear - Blythtvlllt (Art.) Courter Km - Montoy. Miy «, 1 — Society News — ; Citenna Lambert, Society Editor I C. Miss Fiance Are Honored jMjss ' Sandra Moore and her ic'e, Jimmy Johnson of Mem, were guests of honor at a party Friday evening at , home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred rson. ts and hostesses were Mr. Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams, Mr. and ffis. J, D. Davis and Mr. and James Drane Adams of nesboro. e barbecue dinner was sd buffet style from tables nted with hurricane lamps. ^•for the occasion, the bride- eSct chose a nautical blue and ig|te ensemble with comple- accessories. 23fhe couple were presented an elSsctric mixer. rs. Joyner Farewell Seniors Entertained A number of senior g i r U were entertained with an outing over the weekend given by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., in. honor of their daughter, Janie, The girls enjoyed a weekend of swimming, skiing and other games at the Antioch Harbor sn Kentucky Lake. They were treated to a steak dinner on Saturday and chicken and shrimp dinners on Sun day. Among the girls attending were Mary Elizabeth Brown and her guest, Prissy Petty of North Little Rock, Judy Porter, Pat Burks, Jane Marble, Mary Kay Bevill, Lana Anderson, Ona Lee Mullins, Celia Watson, Suann Saliba, Paula Crews, Joanne McHaney, Judy Davis, Angie Smith and Cynthia Cox. Sine home of Mrs. T. C. Razer «is the setting Friday evening fjJE a farewell party honoring yfa. Bill Jbyner. SMrs. Jbyner and family will {8s leaving soon to make their home in Florida. -"Hostesses for the affair were MJI. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. El-1 roer Stone and Mrs. Razer. 3The hostesses presented Mrs. jS§ner with a charm. and cold drinks were ved to those attending. piiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiraiinMifliiiitinniiiiiiiiniiiiiiinil [Bits of News" psfionaf 1 licate Winners Told |jtfrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. B|fss Moore were first place flSiners in bridge games played Saturday by Duplicate Bridge isiague at Shamrock Lanes. Spther winners were second, McM- Handle and Mrs. C. S. JiJBick; third, Mrs. Russell fifillips and Mrs. S. E. Tune, a£i fourth, Mrs. John Cherry | visiting Rev. and Mrs. James flillBllllllllllliaillilllllillilliilliiililliiliiiiiilliliiiBBHiiiliilii Mrs. Fred Bean is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wilson «f Dexter and their daughter Miss Sandra Wilson of Washington, D. C., were weekend guests of Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. C. W. Forrest. Jan and Judy Barger of Gosnell High School will serve as mail clerks at the 29th session of Dixie Music Camp to be held June 12 through July 2 at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Quails and daughter Katrina, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Quails spent the weekend in Chauncey, 111., ami Mrs. Ed Dicks. SJiSmbers will be entertained at^party Thursday evening at Holiday Inn honoring Mrs. S. E. Tune, life master. Quails and sons Lanny and Lyndall. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy ; SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 • Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If ; Accompanied By Parents. '••••»»»••»•••*•••••••••••••••»•••••••••••»••• j MON. - TUES. ! Double Feature CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES) POPULAR PRICES! : Plus BUM PMUnr llEBMTISIS MAD, j MAD, MAO, MAD WORLD' "The Truth About Spring' Hayley Mills 7:30 - 9:20 MURRELIAS \ THEATRE Drive-In Theatre ! Your Friendly Theatre * Mile So - Hw y- 61 ; OSCEOLA OSCEOLA Phoiw PO 3-4461^ Party Honors Graduates Approximately 53 senior girls were guests last night at a patic supper given immediately fol lowing baccalaureate services The party honored Miss Joanne MeHaney. Entertaining were the hon oree's grandmothers, Mrs. John C. McHaney and Mrs. E. R Jackson, and an aunt, Mrs. B F. Brogdon, at the McHane; home. Special guests were Mrs. Vena Henley of Dallas, Mrs. Fred Alexander of Leachville and Miss McHaney's sister, Jill. Mrs. Hill Honored At Layette Shower A layette ' shower «s given lor Mrs. Jerry Hill Thursday evening at the Goff Hotel by Mrs. Shannon Gallagher, Mrs. Robert Bucklin and Mrs. Paul Coggin. Games were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Bobby ««r» Tric«y Lynn Fair «nd £^F GrOUD Danny Trimue. ; Alternates which were n o t previously announced are as follows: Little Miss Blytheville - Laurie Ann Schwarz, first; Lisa Daniels, second; Mary Marga- Jackson and Mrs. Hill. ret Graves, third, and Lydee Beth Long, fourth. Little Mr. Jaycee President Russell Sherwin McMahon, first, Spencer Rodgers, second; Wayne Metgzer, third, and Gifts were displayed on a U- Mark Randall Zachry, fourth, ble overlaid with a white linen cloth with a stork overlooking them. Aft the opening of gifts, pie and punch were s e r v e d the guests. Special guests were Mrs. Virgil Hill and Mrs. Richard Haynes. • A white carnation corsage was presented Mrs. Hill by the hostesses. Eastside Garden Club will hold its monthly meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs. W. J. Fitzmaurice in Tyler, Mo. Mrs. Owens Honored On Birthday Mrs. A. C. Owens was honored with a surprise birthday dinner yesterday at her home sons on South Highway 61. Entertaining were her The meeting wac originally i and daug hters, Mr. and Mrs. scheduled for June 7. i Claude Deason of Sikeston, Mr. Members will meet at the home of Mrs. C M Abbott at da , e Migs . 1:45 to motor to Mrs. Fitzmaurice's home in Tyler where the group will tour her rose garden. She will also serve as hostess for the meeting. Mrs. J. A. Breysacher will have charge of the program. Sun-jamas Make the Fashion Scene Sun - jamas inspired by fashion.- minded Hawaiians is the latest contribution from our 50th state. .Every sunflower in the family will want a pair in surf season. They are flower - printed knee - length 'jamas with a ruffle around the knees. Drawstring tie fits at the waist. These go over bikinis and come in women's and children's sizes. Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Ferguson of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Owens of Clarksdale; Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Max Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wahl and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gee, all of Blytheville. Special guest was the honoree's mother, Mrs. E. B. Bbur- land of Manila. Approximately 42 attended. Alternates Are Named Winners of the Little Miss Blytheville and Little Mr. Jaycee President contests sponsored by the Blytheville Jaycettes Graduation Gift Special Sophisticated tout / dainty... by OURAING- • Magnificent lingerie for the woman who wants to _ * feel beautifully dressed \ A . . . then these exquisite *• \ slips by Lorraine are all that you could ask for. fp .«y j\v-.i..\n ^,. s V * ., ( THE SLIP B in easy care Antron Nylon. The entire bodice front is of Aleneon type lace lined in sheer, and wide matching lace etretot *e hem. White, Rosebud Pink, fee Blue, Black, Chim- pagne. 32-40. $6.00 THE PETTICOAT of An- iron Nylon is lavishly bordered in Aleneon lace. A handout applique tops the lined lace n«m. White, Rosebud Pink, Ice Blue, Black. Champagne, S-M-L. $4.00 Matrkint Ifte trimmed kritf also available. Free Gift Wrapping Visits Home; Holds Party Several members of Hope Group of the Christian Women's Church visited residents at the Parkview nursing home 1 a st week. Each resident was presented a bag of treats from the CWF group. Afterward, Hope Group mem- bers assembled at the home of Mrs. Bob Mitchell to bid farewell to Mrs. Tony Wyalt. Mrs. Wyatt and family are moving to Montana. She was presented an engraved charm of the state of Arkansas with a ruby marking Blytheville's location. Cake, coffee and iced drinks were served by the hostess. . 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