The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 3, 1966
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Page Two - Blythevllle (Art.) Courier Newg - Friday, June 8, I — Society News — : Olenna Lambert, Society Editor DATE SET- An August 5 wedding in First Assembly of God Church is planned by Miss Deborah Pennington and A2C Wayne Kenneth Ladd, both of Blytheville. Miss Pennington Is Engaged Wayne Kenneth Ladd To Mr. and Mrs. James C. Pen- n'irigton announce the engagement and approaching marriage o£ their daughter, Deborah Kay, to A2C Wayne Kenneth Ladd. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ladd of B'afii, Me., and the grandson of Mrs. Elsie Stairs of Milo, Me., and Mrs. Ether Ladd of Dover Foxcroft, Me. The bride -. elect is the granddaughter ..of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis God Church R. Pennington and Mrs. Elsie Riddle, all of Blytheville. Miss Pennington is a member of this year's graduating class of Blytheville High School. Mr. Ladd was graduated from Morse High School and is presently serving wilh the United Slates Air Force stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. The wedding is planned for August 5 at First Assembly of Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Stevens Entertains At Hostess Party Mrs. John M. Stevens, Jr. and daughter, Miss Mary Kay j Stevens, entertained Tuesday morning with a hostess part) at their home in Dell. Miss Stevens greeted the ap proximately 40 guests who call ed between 10 and 11:30 o'clock wearing a blue and white check ed two-piece ensemble with complementing accessories. The dining table, overlak with a pink linen cloth edged with white lace, held a center piece of pink and white carna tions interspersed with green ery. Other rooms of the h o m where the wedding gifts were displayed were decorated with arrangements of roses, -sweet peas and magnolia blossoms. i Assorted party foods were served. Out of town guests attending were from Blythevllle Osceola, Memphis and Hornersville. Miss Stevens and Lt. Ronald Allen Robinson of Little Rock will be married Jun~ 11. -Westsid* Baptist Church In ManUt will b* the letting Jun* 17 'f 6r tht wed- dint of Mill Judy Whit* and Tyron* Craig Berry of Walnut Ridge. -Bits of News I mostly ft RwuuiiuiHiiuniiiiuiii Major Ron, who vi en route to an Army assignment in Hawaii, are visiting In Blythevllle with Major Ross 1 brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. James Ross. Mrs. W. J. WunderUch wa» in Memphis Wednesday evening to attend the Noel Gilbert Memphis State University Campus Miss Judy White of Manila Is Planning a June Wedding Announcement was made 16- THEATRE Your friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRl. & SAT. ^'SITUATION HOPELESS gBut Hot Serious ALEC GUINNESS Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Debby Burge Has Birthday Debby Burge, daughter of Mr. md Mrs. Dan Burge, celebrated her ninth birthday yesterdav vith a party given at the Roller Drome. Seventeen guests were invited. Among them were Kay and Patti Ross, daughte/s of Major and Mrs. Robert E. Ross, who are visiting in Blytheville. A Batman theme was carried out in decorations. Game winners were Glenn Fisher, Laura Hard, John Hard and Ronnie Sweat.. Cupcakes and cold drinks were served after games. DOUBLE FEATURE FR1. &SAT. "THE QUICK GUN" PLUS "7 SLAVES AGAINST Miss Odom Honored With Jnen Shower The home of Mrs. Herbert Batey was the setting Sunday afternoon for a .linen shower honoring Miss Mary Jayne Odom bride-elect of Basil Edward Arthur, Jr. Fifteen guests attended. A special guest was the honoree's mother, Mrs. C. E. Odom An arrangement of snapdragons centered the serving table aiiniiiiainnn and Mrs. Robert E. School string class recital in which her grandson, R. C. Allen III, played the violin. Miss Mary Virginia Kerner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bil Kerner M Dell, has completed the 33-month diploma program t Methodist Hospital of Nursing in Memphis. She will receive her diploma and pin during cer emonies to be held at 8 p.m Thursday at Madison Heights Mrs. Don Worrell and chil dren, Donna, Denise and David of Monticello, and A1C and Mrs Edwin A. Keeney of 0 m a h a, Neb., are visiting in the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reeves. Mrs. R. M. Beck will leave this afternoon for Lacenter, Ky. E.H.C MEETING NOTES •••••••••••••«•••••••* Mrs. H. D. Jackson was hostess Thursday to nine members and one guest, Mrs. C. A. Vincent, of T6v»n and C6untry EH Club. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. John O'Neal repeating the Thought of the Day. After group songs, the devotional entitled, "God's Quietness," w»s brought by Mrs. T, , B. Richardson. Describe Your Wedding Dress" was the answer (0 roll c*. «•»• SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 22 met May 27 at the UEA Building for llieir monthly meeting. After the opening cerenwny, playlet was presented under the direction of Mrs. Gene Penninger and Mrs. Bob Coleman. Awards were presented to Michael Hardy, Bill Neslcr, Mik» Nester, Martin Phillips, Merton Phillips and Dan Waters. On behalf of the Cub Scouts;and their parent's, Mrs. Finis Hardy presented Mrs. Penninger a silver charm bracelet for her . R. L. Adkisson gave a report I Each _ . **..,,_!* :tl. * the pack this charm was* ort the recent general meeting which listed crafts lor family enjoyment. During the business session, plans were made for the annual family picnic. „ .......... . with each Scout with his nam* engraved. Mrs. Penninger and family will be leaving soon for MicluV gan to make their home. Mrs. Penninger led the Scout! day by Mr. and Mrs. R. D White of Manila of the engage- lma Olv ^...» ment and approaching marriag to attend the 26th reunion of of their daughter, Judy, to Ty-| her classmates. ,-i • __ n _«_ nf Hflt« *>{__ flAtti I rone Craig Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robie Berry of Walnut Ridge. The bride - elect was graduated from Manila High School and Southern Baptist College. Mr. Berry is a graduate of Walnut Ridge High School and Southern Baptist College. The couple will exchange vows June 17 at 8 o'clock at Westside Baptist Church in Manila with Rev. Thurlo Lee officiating. Miss Patti Pettit of Springfield, Mo., is a houseguest of Miss Sara Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown. Miss Pettit and Miss Brown are Pi Beta Phi sorority sisters at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. W. E Arnold, Jr., and son Ellis of Little Rock will be visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burge over the weekend. They are coming especially for the Shriners Convention tomor- Oils tclllclcu me octxiug «iuiv which was overlaid with a beige Vf)Uth GfOUD linen cloth. Other arrangements ' , .... r used throughout the home were of red roses. Assisting the hostess in serving were Mrs. Donna Ivy and Miss Susan Odom. Miss Odom will be married Class Reunion Is Saturday The 1956 Blytheville High School graduating class will hold a 10-year reunion Saturday, June 4, at the American Legion Hut. All members who have not made reservations are urged to contact Mrs. Ernest Allen at PO 3-0970 prior to Saturday night. Time is 7 p.m. and dress will be informal. $i;f5)T.$£lE$^ Smi' s i^W l ;^r^^' l ^|^;i i :i:^ ? y;:i^'' 1 ^.-'l ,u'\' •;':,]'• '••.-'• l .';'•'! >v, ; \ E.CT AND ,CL.EA^N:'(Wi(h ^JXiriiiiar^-?^ Iniloii! :il is sio 'S 1 ;; 1 t?' : V''Srcv^tAK^ Al - L K EpA JR. s ? v ?ft.^^ ; S-'^;S5' r 'X' ; ''ilT'p;;'RE^r',URN' '-iwiry.^'^''^-^™^ _ CHARGE. "ONLY $2.95 Tliis Includes Insurance Protection Up To When we return your winter wardrobe in the fall INSPECT IT CAREFULLY If you can't say it looks better than it would have if you hai stored it in the closet, we will cheerfully REFUND THE STORAGE $ 150 00 Box Storage Is BEST! Our ?iant hamper gives lop convenience for balky winter woolens, lust drop then) into our hamper, return to us and your storage worries are over. We store everything tt on* low price ...nothing to pay til Pull. LAUNDRY-CLEANERS "Appearance At Ift Beit" Phone PO 3-4343 aturday in Immaculate Con- eption Church. students Cited : or Perfect Attendance Students with perfect attendance have been announced by ,ange and Central Elementary Schools. Recognized for perfect attendance all year at Lange School were: Harold Harper, U. W. Moore, 3ebra Breeden, Terry Lee Ford Laura Mason M gan; Deborah Sacrider, Vickie Ausin, Thomas Sellers, Ronald Valker, Larry Darnell; Arthur Harrison, Kelvin Breeden, Steven Earl Johnson, Terry Marie Murley, Helen Mae Smith; Donald E. Copeiand, Donald Breeden, Susan Knipple, Michael Johnson and Margie Ann Williams. Having perfect attendance dur ng second semester at Lange were: James Thomas Kineajd, Denny Fay Green, Terry Estes, Ramona Angel, Debra Lee Pough; Brenda Kay Best, Joel Sparks, Teresa Thickson, Betty Anderson, Anita Dalton, Dorothy Smith; Vickie Warren, David Gilmore Nital Mays, Rodger Dean Ray, Susan Fowler, Dennie Henson and Doretta L. Mitchell.- Elect New Officers New officers for the coming year were elected when Northeast Arkansas Methodist Youth Fellowship held a sub - district meeting May 29 at Dell Methodist. Church. Elected were Lois Ann Tusing of Dell Methodist; president; Melinda Guard Of First Methodist, vice president; . Duncan of Dell Meth Jackson's eye opener Jin the closing ceremony. stool made for h e r Individual cakes, coffee and punch were served at the clos« of the meeting. Mrs. was a grandson and used to elevate a chair. In the social hour, game prize went to Mrs. Frank Coates. A tdur was made of the hostess' garden and flower plants were presented to each member by the hostess. Workshop will be June 16 in the Hardesty Building with Mrs. Frank Coates as hostess. dist, secretary; Bill Kirkland f Lake Street Methodist, treas- rer, and Stephen Deen of First Methodist, coordinator. Announcement was made that he sub-district council will meet June 12 at Lake Street Methodist. Lois Tusing and Stephen Deen /ill represent the sub-district at youth Assembly at Hendrix Oil- ege in Conway on June 6-10. Coming Friday BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild will meet at the chapel annex. National Association of Letter Jarriers Auxiliary will meet. Achieving perfect attendance all year at Sudbury School were: Allen Davis, Eddy Pratt, Valerie Grisson, Drew By ford, James Davis, Susie Hopper; Diana Richardson, Teresa Brown, Darrell Lee Holifleld, Susan Gaskins, Kathleene McKenzie; Sheila Kreamer, Kathy Ellison, Gerry Churchwell, Pam Moore, David Grisson, Jimy Truelove, Ronnie Morgan, Don aid Hopper; Kay Bratton, Calvin Isabell Terry Lilly, Kim Besharse Sheryl Gee, Debra Moore; Dennis Wayne Hay, Sandra Weaver, Patricia Benson, John Byford, Jr., Dennis Garner Robert Johnso:i and Carla Coch ran. Students with perfect attend ance for second semester were: Becky Lynn Philbrook, Tom my Mathis, James Mathis, Jo Nell Cochran, CynthU Gee; Linda Mick, Patricia Pratt Connie Hogan, Michael McGru der,. Barbra Anne Crow, Ricky Brock; Judy Shinault, Jerri Ellis James Anderson, Mitchell Gris son, Jerry Mitchel'; Wesley Reeves, Charles Wis dom, TeriM Dcnton, Becky Go, Katherine Henry and Marily McAdoo. row. A houseguest of Miss Pat Widner this week has been her roommate at Memphis State, Miss Merry Jernigan of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Miss Widner and Miss Jernigan left yesterday for Colorado Springs where they will attend June Week activities at the Air Force Academy. Miss Widner will be escorted during the week by Cadet Doug Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wilson of Blytheville. Cut Decorating Costs A home handyman can eliminate a costly redecorating problem by covering the walls in the youngster's bedroom with new plastic - surfaced hardboard planks, which are applied right to the old surface with special metal clips and wallboard adhesive. They never need refinishing, and can be kept clean with a damp cloth. Duplicate Winners Told Winners of last night's nine- table master point game played by Duplicate Bridge League were announced this morning. North-South winners included first, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E. Black; second, Tom Nash and Tom Wells «f Jonesboro; third, Mrs. M. M. Handle'and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr., and fourth, Bill Cox and Howell Kaffka of Jonesboro. East west winners were first, Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. W. C. Roddey; second. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines; third, Mrs. P. D. Foster, .Jr., anol Mrs. Everett Gee, and fourth, Dr. Goodman and Mrs. Bill Nash of Jonesboro. A master point game will also he played tomorrow afternoon at Shamrock Lanes. Card Of Thanks The family of Walter Lee Gatlin wishes to thank their kind friends and neighbors for their thoughtfulness during our sorrow in the loss of our father. Special thanks to Rev. Wayman Holt and to the members of the Miligan Ridge Baptist Church. The Family of Walter Lee Gatlin PRIVILEGES AUTHOKrZJD M SECOND CLASS MAIL BlytheTitle courier Newi BLVTI1EV1I.LE. ABK. ZIP - 12316 Hirry W. 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