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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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' t »age Pour - Blythtvfflt (Ark.) Courier Km - ThurUiy, JliM I, MM — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 WED — Second Baptist Church in Caruthersville was the setting May 20 for the wedding of Miss Patricia Ann Spencer and Danny Lee Shelton, both of Blytheville. Miss Patricia Ann Spencer y Danny 'Sbelton Are Married Miss Patricia Ann. Spencer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spencer, Jr., of Blytheville be- cafne the bride of Danny Lee Shelton, also of Blytheville, in a 5 o'clock ceremony Friday evening, May 20, in Second! Baptist Church in Caruthers- yille. : Mr. Shelton is the son of Fairview School (Lists Students ifhe following is.a completed list of students at F a i r v i e w School who were cited for perfect attendance during the second semester: ': Phillip Clark Morris, Mary Beth Haynes, William Wade Carlisle, Larry Dean Morris, Rickie Lee Bobbins; : Penny Kay Dickinson, Judith Ann Conner, William Franklin Bolin, Danita Lynn Richardson; '• Terry Kevin Walters, Royace Alan Alford, Michael Finis Hardy, Kimberly Ann Kelly, Sherry Lee Killebrew; \ William. Morgan, Russell Ray Roark, Teresa Mae Carson, Carolyn Lydia Elliott, Milton Earl Rust; • Kevin Michael Carner, Stephen Charles Stubbletield, Steven Lewis Brown, Stephanie Darnell Catherine Hardin; ; JoNoel Lott, Roland Dean Peter Leslie Winkler, Debra Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shelton also of Blytheville. Rev. Richard Adams, pastor, performed the ceremony. Honor attendant- to the bride was Miss Danna Quinton who wore a pink emobssed cotton sheath with white accessories. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The bride chose a white cotton brocade dress designed along princess lines with a round neckline, outlined with a scalloped collar with buttons extending down the front, and full voile sleeves. Her veil was secured to a white lace pillbox and she carried a nosegay of feathered carnations centered with a white orchid. Tommy Shelton, brother of the groom, served as best man. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Shelton chose a pastel blue cotton eyelet dress with white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a beige silk sheath with blai: . cessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. Immediately following the ceremony the bride's parents were hosts to a reception in the Martin Room of Goff Hotel. The bride's table was covered with a blue linen cloth overlaid with white net and held an arrangement of white stock. Assisting at the reception rish; ; Joe Thomas .Robinson, Randall David Bray; Leonda Lynn Meador, Terri Rochelle Reams, Sonja Denise Riner; . Dennis Rust, Betty D a n e c a Lipford, Teresa Gail Swain; Edgar Castillo, Joan Louise Elliott, Barry Katz, Yvetta Ann Myers, Deborah Jean Strasters, Joan Margaret Winkler; • Charles Mark Williams, Danny Keith Walters, Sandra Ruth Taylor, Kenneth Joe Carpenter; . Steven Wayne Bennett, Marcus Lee Hodges, Martha Diana West, Richard R. Simpson, Dianne Marie Riner; I Mary Beth Bremser, Martin Allen Christie, Deborah Lynn Haynes, Annabeth Kellems, Katherine Powell; .' Charles Wesley Taylor, Brenda Gay Eaves, Grace Marie Elliott, Mary Jean Lendennie, Janet , Marie Walker and Rhonda Joy Siginin. j Quinton. Miss Brenda Webb presided at the guest book. Among out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spencer of Paragould, Mr. and ' Mrs. Frank Alford of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Max Shelton and son Rickey of Memphis,' Mrs. Jeff Northern, Mrs. Clell Waldrop and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nunnery, all of Holland. • The couple left Saturday for Los Angeles where they plan to make their home. The groom is employed at the Santa Fe Drilling Company and will attend Los Angeles City College in the fall. For traveing, the bride wore a pink and white suit and matching accessories. IN JUST 15 MINUTES IF YOU HAVE TO SCRATCH YOUR ITCH, Your 48c back at any druf store, Quick-drying ITCH-ME-ls'OT deadens the itch. Antiseptic «ctlon hills |«rms to speed healing. Fine for eczema, insect bites, foot itch, other surface rashes. NOW at Stewart Drug Store. HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CM. 1420 Onion At* •bone 274-MW Urmpbln i. TuawM Oall tor Pre* couultttlOB (nsuraact (01 tiut« PlannUit Man, 'srtnenhlp «o oot- ttaa Qtmip. Pcanoa, RMIM. meat aad RmplulUttlon Coming Events Thursday Town and Country EH Club will hold a regular meeting with Mrs. H. D. Jackson. Culbertson EH Club will meet. Ritcheys Host Dinner For Couple Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ritchey entertained last night with a rehearsal dinner honoring their son, Richard Knight Ritchey, and his fiancee, Miss Betty Di-1 Bob Harris, Melanie Harrison, ane Halsell I Tommy Haynes, Billy Huddles- The dinner was held in the'-' 00 -, Kath >' Human ' Tommy Junior High Honor Rolls Announced Honor rolls (or the final nine weeks period and the semester have been released by Blytheville Junior High School. Students listed on the honor roll of the last nine weeks period were: Seventh Grade Vanessa Allen, Lou Allison, Stewart Baguley, Lavonda Batley, David B e c k m a n, Ray Bunch; Therral Clark, Curtis Collier, Linda Byrd, Rebecca Cartwright, Debra Estes, M a r t a Halsell; Walnut Room of the Dixie Pig. Among the guests were parents of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell; her aunt, Mrs, Ed Stewart of Atlanta; the future bridegroom's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. snd Mrs. Kent Ritchey of Memphis; Mr.an.d Mrs. Jerry Ryan of St. Louis, Miss Marsha Johnson of Helena, Bruce Dietchy of Hardy and Gerald Jumper of Dexter. An arrangement of larkspur, pompon mums, leatherleaf and gypsophilia was used as a centerpiece on the T-shaped table Jacks; Ricky Johnson, Sally Johnson, Dusty Kennemore, Sarnie Koury, Anna Lewis, Bobby Long; Christine McGhee, Kenneth Gerald Miller, Donna Kay Moody, Becky Morgan, Deborah Ann Morse, Janice Murphy; Molly Nebhut, Roy Nichols, Terry Payton, Rhonda Rhoads, Diane Rinehart, Joe Ross; Peggy Sipes, Karen South, Deena Stitton, Vickie Tims; Pamela Trotter, John Utterback, Cynthia Westbrook, Tommy Westbrook. and was flanked by silver can- Eighth Grade delabra entwined with pompons Janet Baker, Richard Bass, and gypsophilia. | Patricia Blackard, Vickie Bray, Silver compotes, pink tapers | Dan Burks, Deborah Burlson; and greenery were placed at i Gladius Carroll, Mattie Cash, intervals along the tables. Ronald Churchwell, June Craig, Individual places were marked Ann Crigger, Becky Crowe; with placecards decorated with) Gerry Dean, Kimberly Dean, pink and green flowers. . Stanley Deen, Thomas Denton, Mr. Ritchey presented gifts to each of his attendants and gifts were exchanged between the couple. The couple will be married at 7 o'clock tonight at First Baptist Church.- Luncheon' Honors Two Seniors Mrs. J. C. Ellis was hostess yesterday at noon to a luncheon at the Drummer Boy honoring her granddaughter, Miss Janie Ellis, and an out-of-town guest, Miss Lyn Branson of Hobbs, N. M. Both are seniors this year. Miss Branson is visiting in Blytheville with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Twelve senior guests were invited. The serving table held a centerpiece of pink gladioli and placecards for the guests were marked with miniature grad- Cile Dillahunty, Paul Douthitt; Hulon Dunlap, Ann Easley, Dennis England, Colette Finch, Donna Finley, John Germain; Yvonne Gonzales, Jackie Green, Sally Hale, LoNell Harrison, Karen Hefley; Janet Henderson, Gloria Hill, Kelton Henson, Lenora L v y, Randy Johnson, Robert McHaney; Joyce Morring, Ann Oldham, Deborah Kay Osborne, Patricia Parker, Rebecca Peterson, Patricia. Purtle; Freddie Ramey, Joseph Ramey, Patricia Rawson, Brenda Ray, Howard Ray, William Reed; Mary Reeves, Billy Rinehart, Bera Rogers, James Ross, Trent Rovve, Maureen Scott; Debrah Sigmin, Tommy Tompkins, Billy Trotter. Patsy Sipes, Liana Smith, Sharon Spaeth; Donna Staples, Jean Terry, Linda Thompson, Lesa Tomlinson, Laura Trotter, Croalie Usrey; Sue Waddell, Steve West, Joyce R. White, Sharon Whittle, Michael Widner, Darlene j Woods, Jeanne Wy. uate caps and pink rosebuds. Ninth Grade Donna Adams, Carter Afflick, Lina Aiken, Donna Anderson, Berry. Bishop, Sheila Blassingame; Cathy Boman, Ray B o r e n, Miss Ullls was preseniea anj Teressa p^ ^ orchid corsage and Miss Bran- N B , „ non received a jewelry case' from the hostess. A special guest was Miss Ellis' mother, Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Attending were Mary Kay Bevill, Mary Elizabeth Brown, Julia Swain, Judy Porter, Paula Crews, Judy Davis, Cynthia Cox Joanne McHaney, Pat Burks, Jane Marble, Carolyn Johnson and Suann Saliba. Base Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. at Kingslcy Hall. Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes for regular bridge games. Altrusa Club will hold a meet- Nancy Burks, Glenda Carroll; Bill Caudill, Sandra Daniels, Chad Deal, Phyllis Easley, Judith Edwards, David Fisher; Patricia -French. . Ginny Gaiiies, Patsy Gann, Jeff Gardner, Terry Gurey, Elizabeth Haines; Judy.Halsell, Virginia Hampton, Paul Henson, Joe Hester, John Hickerson, CarolAnn Hill; Bill Hubbard, Betty Hughes, Jeanette Johnson, Jana May, Barbara Mayo, Beverly Milchell,; Terri Modinger, Deborah McCandless, Sharon Lynn, Larry Newman, Sharon Nettles, Sharon Kay Patterson; ing of the executive board rtj Pamela Perry, Lola Phillips, ' Joe Pride, David Routh, Ronny 7 p.m. Silver Spurs Saddle Club will meet at 8 p.m at the REA Building. Friday BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild will meet at the chapel annex. National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: • Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••••••••»•»«*»*»»•••*••«»«•**•»••»••••*•••••• Thurs.-Fri. - Double Feature 7:30 - 9:20 16TOPINTERNATIOMUCTS BiNGO MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Lost Time Today "THAT MAN in ISTANBUL" FRI. & SAT. Rowland, Gaylt Nayie; Greg Simon, .Linda Taylor, Susan Taylor, Clara Thompson, Chris Tompkins, Sue Turner; Max Usrey, Linda Wahl, Given Weathers, .Audrey Wisdom. On the semester honor roll were: Seventh Grade Vanessa Allen, Stewart Baguley, Dale Baton, David Beckman, Terry Bennett, Steve Britton; Scott Bull, Ray Bunch, Curtis Collier, Frances Fendler, Kathy Eubanks, Marta Halsell; Bob Harris, Melanie Harrison, Tommy Haynes, Jeanie Holder, Kathy Human, Tommy Jacks; Rick Johnson, Sally Johnson, Dusty Kennemore, Samia Koury, Anna Lewis, Bobby Long; Christine McGhee, Kenneth Moody, Becky Morgan, Deborah Ann Morse, Janice Murphy; Molly Nebhut, Roy Nichols, Rhonda Rhoads, Diane Rinehart; Rita hoberts, Joe Ross, Faith Schmidt, Peggy Sipes, Karen South, Denna Button; Vickie Tims, John Utterback, John Veazy, Cynthia Westbrook, Tommy Westbrook. Eighth Grade Janet Baker, Richard Bass, Patricia Lee Blackard, Vickie Bray, Glenda Brooks, Dan Allen Burks; Deborah Burlson, Gladius Carroll, Mattie Cash, June Craig, Ann Criger, Becky Crowe; Warren Davis, Gerry Dean, Kimberly Dean, Stanley Deen, Thomas Denton, Cile Dillahunty; . Paul Douthitt, Norma Dudley, Ann Easley, Dennis England, Colette Finch. Donna Finley; John Germain, Sally Hale, LoNell Harrison, Karen Hatley, Jimmy Hefley, Janet Henderson; Gloria Hill, Kelton Henson, Dee Human, Bill Inmon, Lenora Lvy, Bruce Johnson; Nancy Long, Robert McHaney, Ann Oldham, Deborah Kay Osborne, Patricia Parker, Michael Pate; Rebecca Peterson, Patricia Purtle, Joseph Ramey, Patricia Rawson, Howard Ray, William Reed; Mary Reeves, Billy Rinehart, Bera Rogers, John Rose, James Ross, Trent Rowe; Brenda Salmons, Maureen Scott, Marvin Smith, Tommy Tompkins, Billy Trotter, Patsy Sipes; Kathy Skelton, Liana Smith, Sharon Spaeth, Jean Terry, Lesa Tomlinson, Laura Trotter; Coralie Usrey, Sue Waddell, Steve West, Ellen White; Joyce R .White, Sharon Whittle, Michael Widner, Darlene Woods, Jeannie Wy. Ninth Grade Donna Adams, Linda Aiken, Donna Anderson, Berry Bishop, Sheila Blassingame, Cathy Boman; Ray Bpren, Teressa Briley, Nancy Burks, Glenda Carroll, Bill Caudill, Sandra Daniels; Chad Deal, Phyllis Easley, Judith -Edwards, David Fisher, Patricia French, Ginny Gaines; Patsy Gann, Jeff Gardner, Vickie Gee, Tina Geiser, Donna Gurien, Terry Gurley; Elizabeth Haines, Judy Halsell, Virginia Hampton, Paul Henson, Joe Hester, John Hickerson; Carol Ann Hill, Bill Hubbard, Jeanette Johnson, Sharon Lynn, PRIVILEGES "AUTKOKIZED AI SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytnevllle Courier Newi BtYTHEVlLLE, ARK. ZIP - J2316 Harry IV. Haines, publishtr 3rd at Walnut sts BlythertUe, Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid «t Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVER? RATES In BIytluTUlc and towns in tn« Blythevllle trade territory Dally 30c per *eo« BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles ol Blytheville J7.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blythevlll* 115.80 per year MHH1HHHMHI ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA BETROTHED — Miss Gail Willoughby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Willoughby of Blytheville and Kenneth Lee Pike of Steele are planning a September wedding. Miss Willoughby Will Wed Kenneth Pike in September Announcement has been made i uated from Steele High School by Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Wil- i and is presently employed at loughby of Blytheville of the I Co.tner-Bevington Division, engagement and approaching | The prospective groom, a grad- marriage of their daughter, i uale of Steele High School, is Brenda Gail, to Kenneth Lee Pike of Steele. Mr. Pike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pike of Steele. The bride - elect was grad-' employed at the E. R. Moore Company in Osceola. The couple will exchange vows in September at First Lutheran Church. Social and Personal Notes Shelburne Brewer returned | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lawrence, home yesterday after being. a | Mr. and Mrs. Darrell True- patient in Baptist Memorial Hos-', love and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. pital for the past 12 days. He | Massey will leave Sunday for will return for further surgery Gulf Hills, Miss., wiiere they' June 10. will be guests-at the Gulf Hills Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marble Dude Ranch and Country Club. and children Jane and Waiter, Jr., will be leaving Friday to make their home in Vicksburg, These employees of the Singer Company won the expense paid trip during a 15-week sales pro- Miss. During July, Mr. and;motion. Mrs. Marble and daughter Jane j Gary Walker or Blytheville will leave for Europe where I will be among the contestants they will visit their daughter and family, Lt. and Mrs. John in the parliamentary procedure contest to be held during the McDowell, who are stationed in j Future Farmers of America an- Germany. \-\us\ convention "ai Arkansas Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bolin, Tech, June 2 and 3. 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