The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1966 · Page 2
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Page Two — Blythevifle (Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, June 4, IBM — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Party Honors Miss Marble Miss Jane Marble was honor eel by several of her friends Thursday afl6rnoon with a swimming party at the Sands Motel. Twelve girls were Invited. Hostesses were Mary Eliza- Hostesses were Miss Mary (belli Brown, Pat Burks. Paula Lou Osborne, Miss Marilee. Crews, Suann Saliba and Judy Dinner Party Compliments Majorettes Senior majorettes of fclythe- ville High School were entertained Monday evening with a dinner parly at the home Mrs. Richard Osborne. of Richardson and Miss Lucy Wheeler. Senior majorities include Mary Elizabeth Brown, Suzette Turner, Judy Davis, Lana Anderson, "Mary Kay Bevill, Margaret Lunsford and Linda Lou Lipscomb. The serving table held a centerpiece of a girl graduate and miniature majorette dolls were placed at intervals along the table. Other majorette dolls were used throughout the room. Each senior was presented a maroon pillow accented with a large "B" and the letters "1966" Davis, Miss Marble left yesterday with her family for Vicksburg, Miss., where they their home. make When a recipe calls for a small amount of white wine and there's no open bottle of the wine on hand, try using dry vermouth. spelled out in white felt letters. Mothers of the majorettes who assisted in serving were Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. Lee Richardson and Mrs. Gerald Wheeler. BlytheTilles Newest and Finest Restaurant BILL OF FARE Sunday, June 5th ENTREES George's Own Special Phiroh Quail with Wild Bice Crab Newberf with Sherry Smothered Duck with Galantine Drummer's Special Roast Beef Broiled Fresh Red Snapper Shrimp Arnaud A large selection of entrees will b« attached to our Ala Carte menu. Served with Appetizer, Salad, Vegetables, Drink & Dessert We Specialize In Fine Steaks • Sea Foods - Prime Rib Phone PO 3-8168 For Reservations Private Dining Rooms for Banquets and Parties DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••••••••I* Last 1 Time Today "PINOCCHIO IN OUTER SPACE" "SITUATION "HOPELESS" SUN. • MON. • TUES. Drive-ln Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today "THE QUICK GUN" PLUS "7 SLAVES AGAINST THE WORLD" SUN. • MON. • TUES. "The Leather Boys" PLUS ELVIS PRESLEY "Tickle Me" A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER • By Mrs. Buddy Howard People and nations hive known good times and bad. No matter what the soda], economic or physical status is or will be, a crisis or confusion will always exist somewhere for some people. , A crisis ind confusion is a part of living. Each 61 us must face come sort of crisis or confusion sooner or later. To face a crisis require! courage • and courage is t, personal matter. Courage c«n not be leased, harrowed or bought. It must be drawn from one's self, for one's self. And when courage Is shown, it often draws out the courage in others. When courage is shown, confusion can and often does disappear. . • . Ever since time btgin, the greatest source for courage has been traced to * foundation on a faith. Faith creates .hope. Without faith and hope, courage is difficult to come by. In spite of dark clouds, filth, hope snd courage will always be the means to let us set the rays of sunshine again ... MRS. BUDUY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. Phone PO 3-4461 Rehearsal Dinner Honors Couple The Drummer Boy Restaurant was the setting last night for a rehearsal dinner honoring Miss Sandra Moore and her fiance, Jimmy Warren Johnson, at Memphis. Entertaining were the prospective groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Johnson of Tchula, Miss. Among the guests were parents of the bride • to - be, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore, Rev. and Mrs. Alvis B. Carpenter, Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt, Thomas P. Lane of Memphis and the [room's sister, Mrs. John Edgar Hays of Tehula. Attending as members of the wedding party were Miss Gay Hoody of Mary Esther, Fla., Hiss Billie Casey of Memphis, Miss Donna Hays of Tchula, jarry Tale, Arthur Dawson, Wayne Hart, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilson Roberts, Jr., all of Memphis, and Randy Hawks, cousin of bride. An arrangement of white snap dragons and pink daisies centered the table. For the occasion, Miss Moore chose a pink sheath dress complemented by a corsage of pink roses. The couple presented each of their attendants with a gift and gifts were exchanged between the future bride and groom. Miss Moore and Mr. Johnson will be married at 5 o'clock this Mrs. Richard Knight Ritchey Photn B; Mills™ Studio Miss Diane Halsell Becomes Bride of Richard K. Ritchey The marriage of Miss Betty Diane Halsell, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Melvin Halsell, and Richard Knight Ritchey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Coleman evening at First Baptist Church. Ritchey, was solemnized Thurs- E.H.C. MEETING NOTES Dogwood EH Club met Wednesday at the clubhouse with Mrs. W. S. Allen presiding over the meeting in the absence of jresident, Mrs. Harry Lutes. Miss Pat Cole, EH- agent, opened the meeting with a film, Five Thousand Years of Cot- ion." The devotional was brought by Mrs. P. B. Jarrett and Mrs. Mae Dale Hipp led in prayer. Eye openers displayed were a cross - stitched quilt by Mrs. Otis Seratt and a pair of shoes by Mrs. Ben Craig. Members answered roll call by telling their favorite color and how it is used in the home. VIrs. Allen had charge of the irogram. The meeting was closed with the club creed. Refreshments were served by rtrs. Craig Howe. and Mrs. Myrtle Air Force Family Scene MRS. CHESTER SMITH LE 2-5592 A CHAP meeting will be held lesdsy evening, June 7, in the -hapel annex. The film will be on "Locope- ies" and all parents are in- ited to attend. Family Servrjs offee will be Thursday, June 9, at 1:30 in (ingsley Hall. This month will be a combi- ation coffee and a business meeting. All volunteers are urged to ttend. day evening at First Baptist Church. The 7 o'clock ceremony was performed by Rev. Alvis B. Carpenter, pastor, before gathering which included many out of town guests. Embankments of woodwardia fern and wrought iron candle trees formed the setting for the wedding and Sie bridal aisle was marked with wrought iron hurricane lamps centering clusters of ivy and white satin bows. The chancel rail was studded with fern and a sunburst arrangement of white stock completed the background for the prie-dieu, adorned by the bride's sorority wedding pillow. Music was presented by Mrs. C. Murray Smart, organist, and Miss Marsha Johnson of Helena, vocalist. Bridesmaids were Miss Marti Cuadra and Miss Judy Ramey and junior bridesmaids Miss Susan Halsell, sister of the bride, and Miss Brenda Ritchey, the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Jerry Ryan of St. Louis served as matron of honor. The feminine attendants wore mint green floor length dresses. Fashioned inempire style, they featured a fitted bodice of shan- tastic with a scooped neckline and elbow length sleeves. A full length back panel gave fullness to the controlled sheath skirt of crepe de Ciiine. Their head pieces were a large single green rose enhanced with pearls and a bouffant veil and they carried cascade bouquets of white gardenias and pink sweetheart roses. The brida was given la mar riage by her father. Her floor length gown of white Chantilly lace and silk organza was designed in the empire style. The fitted bodice featured neckline and long sleeves. A narrow pleated organza band al the waist line created a jacket effect. The watteau back, with cover ed buttons, developed into a chapfil train trimmed with lace inserts. The tiered veil of illusion was trimmed with a crown of double lace petals and roses dotted with pearls and crystals. An antique gold pin, belonging to the bride's great, great grand mother and worn by the bride's mother at her wedding, secured the veil. The bride carried a bouqut of white roses, stephanotis and ivy surrounding a white orchid. The bridegroom's father served as best man for his son. Groomsmen were Kent Ritchey of Memphis and Danny Ritchey, his brothers, and John Stickmon and Gerald Jumper of Dexter, Mo. Usiiers were Bruce Dietsche of Hardy and Chuck McFall. For her daughter's wedding, VIrs. Halsell's dress was of pink ace design With a brief jacket effect and a bow of crepe de Chine at the waistline. She wore matching head piece and a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Ritchey's dress of cham- pagne lact over green was fash' ioned wiHi a green cummerbund. She wore a head piece of chanv pagne lace and a green orchid corsage. A reception at Blytheville Country Club followed the wedding. Entrance to the ball room was marked by a wrought iron arch studded with garlands of boxwood and from which a pair of lace trimmed bells were suspended. The receiving line stood before a background of merald jade greenery. A pink and white meme was emphasized in the decorations and refreshment tables. The white tulle cloth of the cake table was appliqued with lace wedding bells and banded in wide satin ribbon. The tiered cake was surrounded by greenery and gardenias. Flanking this were two silver candelabra arrangements entwined with smilax and pink roses. Centerpiece of the punch table witti its cloth of white tulle over pink, was a stacked candelabra flanked by clusters of pink roses and white snapdragons and slock. Both tables were encircled with garlands of smilax. Guests were received by Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and Mrs. Lillian Frank. A memory candle surrounded by roses, stephonotis and greenery marked the center of the gust register table which was covered with a white tulle cloth caught at Kie corners by roses and Btephanotis. Presiding at the register was Mrs. Lowell Williams of Memphis. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., and Mrs. James Pardew of Jonesboro presided at the cake table and punch was served by Miss Sara Brown, Mrs. Kent Ritchey of Memphis, Miss Becky Henderson and Miss Sandra Saliba. Assisting were Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. Mike O'Keefe, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. Ben M. White, Mrs. Oscar Elliott; Mrs. J. L. Nabers, Miss Ann Robinson, Miss Lana Green, Miss Joyce Crawford, Mrs. Vaughn Jerome, Mrs. Newell Jerome, Mrs. Jack Webb, Mrs. Bryan Miley of Sheffield, Ala., Mrs. Frank Edrington of Osceola. and Miss Rochelle Hayden of Little Rock. Rice bags were distributed by Mary Lee Tompkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tompkins, and Emily White, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Johnny White. When the bride and her husband lett for a wedding trip to the Gulf Coast and New Orleans she wore a three - piece suit of white linen with a moss green over blouse. Matching accesso- ris and an orchid corsage completed her costume. DRESSES Reg. 3.98 to 6.98—500 to Choose From s l 88 and S 2 88 DON'T FORGET - OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON 'TIL 6 PM TWO LOCATIONS Alrha§» Highway • Franklin A Cherry Continuous Showing Daily from Z p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. SUGGESTED Uok for Ont of TlMM Symboli h hfennct to Cad Fkhiw AT RITZ THEATRE SATURDAY - Double Feature A DAZZLING MUSICAL BONANZA! Th» swingin'tit ever! Col Go! Sun. • Mon. * Tues. * Wed. icture for women to see with their hearts! TECHNICOLOR* „ JOHN FORSYTHE,. KEIR DULLDU,, A Ftotf HunttrUlM-UiWlHl Ptttutt LOEFSI BAflBQ SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. Sgt. and Mrs. Michael Curran and family left this week on vacation to New York where they will visit Mrs. Curran's sister. Sgt. and Mrs. Holderby were guests in the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Francis League a few days before departing Blytheville Ar Force Base A layette shower was held May 25 in the home of Mrs. Sue Rastatter honoring Mrs. Peg Murray. Co-hostess was Mrs. Faye ^rake. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Mary Lou Miller, Mrs. Jan Hill, Mrs. Jean • Williams, Joe Gordon, Mrs. Bill Gord- :i, Mrs, Mildred Henick, Mrs, Ann Davis, Mrs. Bertha Petty, Mrs. Joyce Glascock, Mrs. Jo Ann Williams, Mrs. Opal C rider, Mrs. Evelyn Minor, Mrs. Mary Taysom, the hjsless and the honoree. SATURDAY - Triple Feature 1st. Show 1st feature 7:30 2nd Feature 8:30 3rd Feature 9:30 2nd. Show BURTLANCASTER THL- 7/iAtiV "WHMIBMIBB 3rd. 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