The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1966 · Page 4
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June 7, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Four - Blythtvffl* (Ark.) Courier W«wg - Tuegdiy, 3a» t, .*• — Society News — ;| Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 ailllllllllllllllllllllMimiiwnram'iifflllllHIliiiWillllll Bits of News onal honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Re- RECENT BH1DK Miss Jennifer Ilene Barrett of Springdale and Arvil E). McCulley of Manila exchanged nupital vows Friday becca Kissee of Sparta, Mo., cousin of the bride; Miss Martha Jane McCulley of Manila sister of the groom; Miss Marjel Lane of Springdale and Miss Judith Russell of Little Rock Feminine attendants wove dresses of yellow embossed cot Ion designed with sleeveless bodices and A-line skirts. Their headpieces were of yel low tulle trimmed with daisies and they carried bouquets of white daisies. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of white peau de a I mo evening at First so j e appliqued with A 1 e n c o n Baptist Church in Springdale. lace reembroidered with pearls and sequins. The fitted bodice featured a scalloped neckline and tapered sleeves extending in points at the wrists and fastened with tiny covered buttons. A court Carl Watson is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital in Room B25, He is allowed visitors. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Woodyard had as weekend guusts Mrs. Woodyard's mother, Mrs. Mable Reynolds ot Batesviilc; their nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kelly of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of Hillsdale, Okla., and son A1C Roger Smith of Pope Air Force Base, N. C. Deenie: Kittany, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Kittany, made the dean's list at Siena College in Memphis for the second semester. She was also elected secretary of the governing body for the next school year . Capt. and Mrs. George Kamp of Little Rock announce the birth of a son, David Andrew, Monday at the United States Army Hospital at Fort Dix, N. J. Mrs. Kamp is the former Arvil McCulley Claims Bruk> Barrett of Springdale J First Baptist Church in Spring- 1 and Mrs. Arvil E. McCulley of Sale was the setting Friday [Manila, evening at 4 o'clock for the j white gladioli, pompons, ma- wedding of Miss Jennifer Ilene' Barrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy H. Barrett of Spring- flale, to .Arvil Eugene McCulley, Jr., of Manila. •• Rev. Burton A. Miley performed the ceremony. • Parents of the groom are Mr. jestic daisies and Boston fern with brass candelabra formed the background for the wedding. Music was presented by Miss Jean Anne Loyd, organist, and Miss Amelia Carter, vocalist. Miss Jeanine Barrett, sister to the bride, served as maid of ^THEATRE iYour Friendly Theatre i ,- OSCEOLA •«««.«««••«•«*«•««•<•. I '~La$t Time Today •"LORD LOVE A DUCK" WED. & THURS. mam mm Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA **«««««««>*««•«•*««••« Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "THE LEATHER BOYS" "TICKLE ME" witK ELVIS PRESLEY PLUS RICHARD COKTE • FRANCESC* ANNIS WED. & THURS. Carload For $1.00 "Lord Jim" Peter O'Toole by a crown of pearls and rhinestones. She carried an English land bouquet of white daisies. Her only jewelry was a gold necklace with a cross set with ;arnets, a gift of the groom. Flower girl was Tamara Todd jf Sparta, Mo., and Tracy Todd of Sparta served as ringbearer. Joth are cousins of the bride. John McDaniel of F o r r e s t City served as best man. Groomsmen were Rudy Wiliams, Gene Martin, Douglas Lo>erg and Morris Crandall. James Robertson, Robert Ireenberg. William Shadwick and Imants Krievans were ushers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Barrett's two-piece dress was of beige cotton lace and jhe wore matching accessories. Her corsage was a green cymbidium orchid. The groom's mother chose an embroidered green linen dress with beige accessories. She wore a corsage of yellow roses. A rception in Fellowship Hall of the church was held immediately following the ceremony. The bride's table, overlaid with a white lace cloth, held the wedding cake which was flanked by tapers. Table appointments were of silver and crystal. Miss Debbie Satterfield of Oklahoma City registered guests. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Clyde Neil, Mrs. Gus Sanders, Mrs. Mildred Lane, Miss Mary Frances Jones, all of Springdale; Miss Joanne Jenkins of Sparta and Melinda and Cendy Jenkins of Springfield. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Don Barrett and son Mike and Glen Burnine of Maryland, Don Caplinger of Harrisburg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Castleberry and Crata Lee of Jonesboro, Mrs. C, V. Summers of Berryville, Mrs. R. E. Buck and daughter Lois of Bentonville: Mrs. Grace Jenkins, Mrs. Knial Kissee and son Gary, and Mrs. Charles Todd and Tana, all of Sparta, Mo., Mrs. Ray Cunningham, Mrs. Anne Peterson and Miss Lisa Jenkins, of UUy CUVCLCU UUIAUIIO. " —"-• - J_ l\lrS. I\(HUp ,13 LUC IUI ulcl train extended. from the back carol Ann Bailey, daughter of waistline. . . Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey of .Her veil was held in place Blyttieville. Capt. Kamp is presently stationed in Viet Nam serving with the Army Medical Corp. The couple are parents j of two other children, Peter and j Lisa. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wyatt were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Yarrington of Tulsa, .Mrs. David Paul Burton and Mrs. Jimmy Burton, both of Newport; their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hill Wyatt of Bartlett, Okla., and their daughter, Mrs., Larry Elledge, and Mr. Elledge j RECEIVE AWARDS — When Ray Mann, Jr. Memorial Awards were presented recently at Osceola, Searcy Meara and Phillip Wright were named co-winners. The awards are given in memory of the late son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mann in recognition of outstanding leadership, scholarship and athletic contributions at Osceola High School. Mr. Mears was an all-conference football player and headed his student body as president. Mr. Wright was president of the senior class, was voted best all around boy, and was all conference in football. (Courier News Photo) and children Kenneth, Richard | be held tonight at 6 p.m. in the • - • • • - —' J and Debra Jean have returned to the University of Arkansas after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt and Mr. and Mrs, Walter Hampton, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs." Dan Atkins of Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt Springdale; Mrs. Gene Martin, Miss Patricia Hull, Jan M. H a y d e n, Linda Gershea, Jim Roberds, Glenn Yandell, Paul Gant, Jack Robertson and Larry Withers, all of Fayetteville. When the bride and groom left on wedding trip, she wore a blue linen dress accented with lace and white accessories. The couple will be at home in Mather Lodge at Petit Jean State Park in Momlton for the summer where they will be employed. Mr. McCulley will report for active duty in the United States Army. October 1, as a second lieutenant. Farmers Bank Building. Classes which will be offered are shorthand, bookkeeping, typ ing and office machines. Variety Dance Is Saturday nish. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stc- vall and sons Mike and Rob of Huntsville, Ala., returned Home yesterday after spending a week's vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. Irby Hodge. John Caudill, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, was graduated cum laude in commencement exercises Sunday afternoon at Vanderbilt Uinversity. Registration Is Tonight Registration for night classes during the summer months at Blytheville Business College will Variety Club monthly dance will hold its Saturday eve ning at the Holiday Inn. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape anc Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gunter. Music will be by the Charlie Nichols Band of Memphis. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED *T SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytnertlle Courier Newi BLVTHEVlLLt. ARK. U¥ - 72316 Harry W Raines, Publlsncr Jrd at Walnut sts Blythuvllle. Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Sly- tnevtlle. 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