The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1966 · Page 2
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Page Two - BiytMviii* (Ark.) courier newt - Tuesday. M«y M, !»• — Society News — Clenna Lambert. Society Editor WED — Miss Teresa Beckman of Dell and Victor Carl Byrd of Manila were married May 21 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin at Dell. Miss Beckman, Victor C Byrd Say Vows in Ceremony at Dell Miss Teresa Beckman of Dell became the bride of Victor Carl Byrd, Saturday May 21, in a candlelight ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hard- Art Exhibit Displayed At Lepanto Oil paintings of a number of Mississippi County artists were exhibited at the first Art Festivals sponsored by the Lepanto Aft Club Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pqrtis. 'Other visitors from this area wjio attended the festival, open toijthe public, were from Memphis, Jonesboro and Wynne. Samuel F. Norris, Blytheville artist and instructor, and Mrs. Okie Durham, artist at Wilson, were among the four professional artists invited to exhibit samples of their work. These were shown on the rear terrace of the Pbrtis home nestled in a large wooded area in. Lepanto. pther artists showing were Dr'. Moyers and Dan Howard of: Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Among the amateur painters exhibiting were Mrs. Charles Wildy and daughter, Ann of Eto- watv; Mrs. Jack Lewis, Jr., of Delf, Mrs. Frank Edrirjgton of O^oeola, Mrs. W. T. Crews and Mnl J. M. Bradford of Lepanto;; in-at Dell. Vows were exchanged before members of the immediate fam ilies and several close friends. Rev. J. C. Smith, pastor of Dell Baptist Church, performed the ceremony. Miss Beckman is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Baker of Dell and Mr. Byrd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Byrd of Manila. Tall candelabra entwined with greenery and accented with white satin bows were placed on either side of the fireplac and a large arrangement of white mums decorated the mantle forming a background for the wedding party. The bride chose a pink lace over taffeta dress designed with elbow length sleeveV. and tiny covered buttons extending down the front. Her brief veil was secured to a tiny satin pillbox and she carried a cascade arrangement of white carnations atop a white Bible. ' . . . / Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the dining room of the Hardin home. The bride's table, 'overlaid with a white lace cloth, held an arrangement of white rises in a silver footed bowl flanked by silver candelebra. Presiding at the punch bOwl was Mrs. J. C. Smith. The couple left on a short wedding trip. Out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Byrd and son Johnny of Manila. Phone PO 3-4461 Students Cited For Perfect- Attendance Students having perfect attendance for the second semester at Central Elementary School have been announced: First Grade Brenda Kay Brittain, Leva Sloan, Susan Strickland, Charles Dixon, Dwayne Frederic, Cindy Brinn, Kim Moerbe. Second Charles Afflick, Jim Smart, Lee Ann Rothrock, Naoma Stokes, Ronnie Lee Moody, Jean Westbrook.. Elbert Johnson, Grover Walker, Shelly Bass, Anita Smith; Third Alan Brittain, Mark Falkoff Terry McMullin, Mark Williams Steve Westbrook; Doris Woodall, Cynthia Ross, Vickey Dodson, Kenneth L ins, Stanley Wakefield; David Cain, David Stokes, Donna Marie Mosley, Jane Horner. Fourth While oil paintings predomi- nat|d, there were varied works ofr ^sculpture, metal, working, eijrjjl embroidery, quilting, wa-iii D . ,. • ter'(colors among those forms|rlCIS Birthday oEiine arts'.- . .' •".... Visitors were received by Mr. Dawn Taylor and; Mrs;. Portis and other members of the Lepanto Art Group, fathers from Blytheville included Mrs. C. E. Crigger,,Mrs. J.-W. Adams, Margaret Haines, Mrs. Harry.W. .Hairies;:. .Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry and daughter, Mary; Miss Leila Beck, Mrs. W. C. Cites, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Grieshamma; Miss Kim Lewis of Dell, Mrs. J.i K. Wilson and Charles Wildy 06 Etowaii. 'Following the exhibit, Mr. and Mrs. Norris were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Field, who formerly, lived.to Blythe- vaie. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Taylor entertained their daughter.Dawn with a birthday party Saturday at the Roller Drome. The 25 guests were served cake, ice cream and iced drinks Assisting in serving were Mrs J. C. Underwood, aunt of the honoree, Mrs. Tom Popham, Mrs. Pete Brackin, Sandra Hrabovsky and Eddie Carner, uncle of the honoree. Winners of prizes in skating games were Pam Underwood and Lee Ann and Kathy Rothrock. Favors of bats, balls and candy sticks were presented to each guest. . Remember., P.ay Your Paper Boy David Halsell, Danny Thomas, Mitzi Nebhut, David Burger, David Greene; Pat Kinselta, Kim March, Charlie Partlow, John Adams, Steven Daniels; Bill Johnson, Jeff Kemper, Kevin Killett, Dwtght Knight. Fifth Kathy Boone, Anatla Doss, Sue Eagan, Scott Gurley, Mark Moseley; Pam Shirley, Cindy Tegethoff, Steve Johns, Kim Nicholson, Kim Walker; Sam White, Ellis Homer, Robert Lipscomb, Teresa Blasingame; Janice Bledsoe; Janice Billiard, Deborah Peterson f LuAnn Tomlinspn, Zina Ziegenbein, Dona Smaliridge; Virginia Johnson, David Rinehart, William Steinsiek, Louis Turnage, Sarah Day; Monty Taylor, James Thatcher, Roxanne Thomas, Alex Williams, Willie ChriscO. Sixth ;Greg Haag, Dan White, Sally Lipscomb, Sherry Edwards, Teena Knepper; Susan Peterson, Terry Jo Beatty, Linda Brittain, Bill Green, Becky Osborne; Scott Robinson, Ben Hubbard, Kim Killett, Ronnie R a p e r t, Cathy Ellis; Linda .Crews, Donna Evans, Valerie Jackson, Joel Johnson; Cindy Reed, Johnny White, Michael Wilbanks, Teresa Wilson, .Tommy wyatt. Special Education Johnny Stokes, Charles Hutchr erson. Students at Fairview Elementary School with perfect attendance during the second semester are: Gary DeWayne Lollar, Roger Dale Swain, Johnny Cohoon, Julia Reed, Glenn Payne; Bobby J. Goodman, Eileen Dunn, Alan Bobbins, Ronald Edwards, Thomas Dunn; Julia Carol Harlan, Mark Edward Ertel, James Gordon Bete, Martin Phillips, Dennis Goodman; Roxane Millican, Sharon Balentine, Orean DeCuir, Brian Reed, Randy Simers; Danny Bennett, Pamela King, Bell Nester, Yvonne Pearson, BRIDE- TO-BE Miss Carol Ann Frankum and Billy E. Ross, both of Blytheville, are planning an August wedding in Cos nell Baptist Church. Bits of News moAtt August Wedding Is Planned By Miss Frankum, Bill Ross Announcement was made today of the engagement and approaching marriage of Carol Ann Frankum of Blytheville to Billy E. Eoss, also of Blytheville. High School Honor Roll Announced Blytheville High School honor roll for the second semester has seen announced by D. B. Meador, principal. Students cited for attaining all A's were as follows: Peggy Aycock, Martha Huffman, Wally Liles, Nancy Pbole and Judy' Porter, twelfth grade; Mamie Go, Melinda Guard, Ginger Harpole, David Jones and Ron Wilson, eleventh; Susan Ann Geiser, Robert A. Porter, Jr., and Patrick George Shu-ley, tenth. Miss Frankum is the daughter of Jerry M. Frankum and the late Mrs. Betty Frankum of Blytheville. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Ross, formerly of Blytheville. The bride-elect was graduated from Gosnell High School and will receive a B.S. degeree June 4 from the University of Arkansas. At the University, she is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, the Civic Club and ACE. She also served as secretary of Gaebale. Mr. Ross, a graduate of Ely. theville High School, attends the University of Arkansas Law School. He is a member of Blue Key, serves as social chairman 6f Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, and is president of the Civic Club and Marketing Club. Mr. Ross was listed among [Who's Who in American Col- Usted to the honor tW^^'jffi^ m™ Twelfth Nellie Adams, Sharon Baguley, Carol Ann Ball, Carolyn Banks, Kathy Nell Beard; ' Sandra Berry, James Ross J r a n s.c u m, Mary Elizabeth 3rown, Sherry Brown, Leon a Burks, Shirley Calvin; Linda Joyce Cannon, Rickey Carson, Linda Cockrell, Merri Lee Dodson, Pamela Ann Fow- :r; Betty Jo Gurno, Mary Ann Hart, Patricia Henegar, Dennis Hill, David Holland; Mary Alice Johnson, Danny Keeley, Danny Lane, Linda Lips, comb, Anna Long; John Lowe, Yvonne Manning, foanne McHaney, Patsy Priest: Donna Quinton, Susan Reed, Sarbara Scrape, Mary Ann Sei- iert, Susan Sellers; Janet Shetler, Carolyn Ruth !mith, Ann Tomlinson, Suzette burner, Robbie Lee Wade, Margie Wagnon; Sandra Wahl, Sherry Walters, Celia Watson, David "Wells, Kay Vilson, Sandra Wilson and Dan Wy. Eleventh Pat Adams, Harriet Alexander, Carter Berry, Jane Cope- and, Stephen Deen, Cindy Dil- ahunty; Margie Germain, Walter Hampton, Ernest Hardesty, Penny Knipple, John Lee; Jerry Lucas, Deborah McHaf- Terry Long, Sephen Bolin; -I fey, Mary Lou Osborne, Marilee The couple will exchange vows in August at Gosnell Baptist Church. Coming Events Wednesday Officer's Duplicate Bridge League will meet at 7 o'clock at the Officer's Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LE 2-5928. Post 481 will m;et at Army Reserve Training Center at 7 p.m. Kiwanis. Club will meet at Goff Hotel at noon. Blytheville Garden Club will meet at the Woman's Club Building.- 340th Bomb Squadron will hold a coffee at the Officer's Club: Thursday Culbertson EH Club will meet. Town and Country EH Club will meet. Base Garden Club will meet at I p.m. at Kingslcy Hall. Paula Denis* Brooks, dauglv ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Brooks, was graduated Sunday from Texas Woman's University at Denton, Tex., with * major in home economics. Cadet Geoffrey R. Y6ung of Blytheville was awarded an ROTC medal for demonstrating the highest proficiency in excellence in the Corps of Cadets at the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Va., Monday. A daughter, Lea Diane, w»s born May 29 at Chickaslwba Hospital to Mr. »nd Mrs. Jo« Dennis of Blytheville. Mrs. Dennis is the former Glenda McDade.. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Mcbade of Blytheville and Mrs. Helen Dennis of El Dorado Springs, Mo. Mrs. Ed Stewart of Atlanta is a guest in fre home Of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell. Mrs. Stewart came especially to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss Diane Halsell, Thursday evening in First Baptist Church. Several area students will be among the 950 seniors who will receive degrees at the 92nd annual spring commncement ceremonies on the University of Arkansas campus at Fayetteville, Saturday. Among those are Ken R. Baugher of Manila and Roberta Harjer Smith, bachelor of arts; Ronald Oscar Fowler of Ely- :heville, bachelor of science; Carol Ann Frankum, Margaret Wroten McWaters and Frances Ann Logan, of Blytheville, bachelor of science in education; Carol Jane Heathman and Arvil- E. McCuley of- Manila, jachelor of science in business administration;. John Sandefur Cherry, Jr., John Berton Mayes and Boyce freeman Moore of Blytheville, bachelor of laws; Irvin E. Ashley Jr. of Osceola and Rose Joyce Ingrum of Blytheville, master of education; Cecil E. Aycock, of Blytheville master of science in civil angi- neering, and Dale B, Meador, of BlytSieville, Diploma of Advanced Study. Eugene F. Still, II, son of Mr and Mrs. E. F. Still, was presented an award for high scholastic attainment in the School of Medicine at the annual Spring -tonors Convocation at the University Of Arkansas Friday. Air Force Family Scene Mn. Cheiler Smith, LE Z-55W British Wivei Club met for a dinner social at the Drummer Boy Restaurant on May 17. The next meeting is to be a business meeting On June 7 at WINS SCHOLARSHIP Miss Patsy Priest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Priest, has been selected as this year's recipient of the Blytheville Woman's Club Scholarship. Miss Priest plans to attend Arkansas State College in the fall. graduates Honored Mr. and Mrs. John Krutx en ertained at a barbecue Supper Thursday evening in honor of heir nephews, Larry and Gary Srutz. Both were members of the ;raduating class at Blytheville High School. Special guest* were the hon- iree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Krutz. Vickl Gilless, Kent Raspberry, Robert Veach, Regenold Craig, Madison Sellings; James Davis, Woodrow Thomas, Susan Stone, Patricia Batton, Greg King; Tony Whittle, Mike Perry, Alan Goff, Kerrie McLeod, Roy Pearson; Jeff Emmert, Jesse Miles, Diana. Stribling, Kent. Thompson, Richardson and Emmalyn Sims. Tenth Nebma Ruth Bargett, Bruce Bennett, Joyce Ann Cockrell, Don 1 Eaton; Janice Rose Henson, Dwana Sue Johnston, Ronald Keith Liles, John Newman; Woodrow W. Sigmari, William H. Stovall III, Ricky Allen Stubbs, Wendy Lea Tetley and Nickie Veach, Mieheal Williams. Larry David Webb. MURRELIAS THEATRE Drive-in Theatre four Friendly T heat ft 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA OSCEOLA : Last Tim* Today • "INSIDE DAISY 5 CLOVER" I Natalie Wood WED. & THURS. Last Timt Today "MOVE OVER DARLING" "SWINGING ALONG" WED. & THURS. CARLOAD FOR $1.00 PJOHN FORDS SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •••••••••••••••••••••••••t•••••••••••••*••••• LAST TIME TODAY CLEOPATRA—Elixabeth Taylor, Richard Button Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. - Double Feature 7:30 16TOPINTEMMTHNULACTS 9:20 9090, "MANIA.' OlMi AiMricin imniiMiM Mcium BjNGiO OlMi AiMticM KiUrMml rttwo Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. SUGGESTED Look for Out of HUM Syinbtb • Ktftnuu to tack rkturt AT RITZ THEATRE Tuesday & Wednesday "WILDLY COMICI YOU SHOULD CRTMNir KEN* \marn '**""" COHTOO SOON tO THE UTS MADAME X — With Un» Turner A Mm FABADMI HAWAIIAN STTU - With tWi Prwbr Rebekahs Confer Degrees Rebekah Lodge IS conferred degrees on three candidates at the Monday night meeting at the IOOF Hall. New members of the Lodge are Mrs. Cecelia Harris, Mrs. Jimmy Nash and Mrs. Lola Oakley. The degree staff was directed by Mrs. Ernest Johnson. During the business session presided over by Mrs. Earl McGregor, ' noble grand, the Lodge voted to send a donation to the Public Library, t Reports of the Jubilee activities were heard from Mrs. 0. C. Stone, float chairman, and Mrs. Johnson, general chairman Members also .decided to visit the Steele Rebekah Lodge'next month. Eighteen members were present at the potluck supper. Mrs. Johnson led the-invocation. 7:30 at Kingsley Hall. Cub Scout Pack 597 with ^,_L F. Tucker as Cubmaster K*tt! its final meeting, a picnic 1 *; Walker Park Saturday. •<•'•;! Advancements and awarof! were presented to the following; boys: S Bobcat - Kevin Lee Gray/ ^ Wolf - Waiter Harrison, J|Hj Jeffrey Hudson and Jerry Harrfo son. : J Gold and silver arrow polntoj under the Wolf - Jerry Elkini t j Bear - Mike Tate, Mark} Blount and Mike Hays. J GOld and Silver arrow pointti under th< Bear - Randy Tucfert er ; '» , , , , -•{*! The Scouts expressed their ip-i preciation to Sgt. Walter Hart*,! son for assisting with picnic arw rangements. : ?l A surprise farewell party wiii* held Sunday evening after church in the home of Miss Wanda Drake in honor of Miw Jacquie Bentley, daughter .of Sgt. and Mrs. Orin Bentley. Sgt. Bentley will retire fronv the Air Force this month *nd will move with the family to Snyder, Tex. 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