The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1966 · Page 4
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" r -~Wge Four - Blythevllte (Ark.) Courier New - Thursdiy, June t, — Society News -A- Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 34461 BRIDE ELECT Miss Frances Elaine Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie \V. Ford, will become the bride of Honny Gunter Goff, August 13, in First Baptist Church. Miss Elaine Ford Will Wed Ronny Gunter Goff in August M*. and Mrs. Eddie W. Ford of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Frances Elaine, to Ronny Gunter Goff. ? He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. treston E. Goff of Blytheville. ! Miss Ford is the granddaughter of E. H. Ford and the late Mrs. Ford and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Milhorn of Blytheville. • Mr. Goff is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. S. Goff and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gunter, all of elect graduated Blytheville. i The bride Max Logan Real Estate. Mr. Goff graduated from Blytheville High School where he was a delegate to Boy's State. He attended Arkansas State College and is now employed at Huffman Wholesale Supply. The couple will be married August 13 in First Baptist Church. Deborah Class Has Supper Tbeborah Class of First Baptist Church met for a potluck -^supper Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Dessie Walls and Mrs. Myrtle Mason. 'Twelve members and two giests were hi attendance. Guests were Mrs. Burlison, mother of the hostesses, and Mrs. F. G. Reichel. After the meeting was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Allen Rushing, class teacher, Miss , conducted the business session. Bits of News) i moJ/4 pirional j from Blytheville High School where she was a member of Future Teachers, Masque and Gavel, Red Pepper, band, and was a majorette. She attended Arkansas State'{all. College and is no* employed at j^ rs _ j A. Wroten of Pine Mrs. Robert L.. Smith and children of Memphis are visiting her mother, Mrs. Mahan Bell. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still will be in Little Rock this weekend to attend commencement exercises at the University of Ar kansas Medical School where their son, Eugene F. Still, II, will be graduating. They will be joined in Little Rock by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Green of Baton Rouge. Also attending the commencement exercises will be Mrs. Still's mother, Mrs. C. S. Stevens, and her brother, C. S. Stevens of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters were in Fayetteville Saturday afternoon to attend graduation excercises of their daughter, Margaret Wroten McWaters, from the University of Arkansas. Miss McWaters received a bachelor of science degree in education and Will begin teaching at the elementary school in Fort Leavenworth, Kans., this Lt. and Mrs. Allen Monroe Celebrates Birthday The hpme of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown carried out a cowboy theme Sunday afternoon when they entertained their son, Stacy, with a western party on his fifth birthday. Thirty guests were invited and participated in cowboy games. Favors were marshal badges for. the boy guests and brace? lets for the girls. A birthday cake topped with N^/j cowboys, and punch and i c e | , , rparn were served. 'VI Bluff and her daughter, Mrs. Charles Russell of Sarasota, Fla., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters. Mrs. Dula Morris is reported to be improving after being confined at her home for several days due to illness. Cadet Wayne Douglas Wilson has made the dean's list for the fourth consecutive semester at the Air Force Academy, Colorado, where he majors in math Owen Harrison, son of William Harrison of 1054 Highland, received his master's degree in business administration from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville during. com ; mencement exercises Sunday. Mrs. A. C. Leach of Corpus Christ!, Tex., is visiting her sister-in-law, . Mrs. Charles Dunn, for a week. Violet Club cream were served. Special guests were his grand- Mr, and Mrs. Gene __id Mrs. Frank Kindred Reicherpresented a short of Caruthersville. """" "" " " ~ Attending from out of town were heard from Mrs. talk on "What Memorial Day Means to Me. '•Mrs. Alvin Hardy brought the devotional entitled, "The Inward Look." ^Dismissal prayer wai given bj> Dr. Edna Nies. were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kindred and Mike and Wanda of Deering, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mrs. Bob Morgan and children, all of Caruthersville. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. SUGGESTED ADULT WTHTAIHWIHT' ADULT AND UATUM TOUNC MOUt COOO ENTUTAINMINT K* AU. Look for On« of Then Symbols in Rtftnnct to End) Picture AT RITZ THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - Sun. - Mon. HIS NEWEST! HIS BIGGEST! :»_SWA«« UIGH/J«fS SKn/W/HH lummONH/n UMUom j* xi-v>rll«M3iii4M*»yl»tmi/,w«MM*!« THIS IS A NEW RELEASE NOT YET CLASS!FIED. IT IS THE THEATRE MANAGEMENT'S tfPlNION THAT THIS MOVIE IS GOOD ENTERTAIN- JIIENT FOR ALL. The home of Mrs. W. L. Bfiren will be the meeting African Violet Club Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Co - hostess will be M r s. George Mrs. M. H. Rodgers will have Vows Pledged In Ceremony At Helena Mr. and Mis. Milton Dallas of Helena, formerly of Blytheville, announce the marriage of Kieir daughter, Cathy, to Lt. Allen Monroe of Pensacola, Fla. The wedding was solemnized May 28 in the Little Chape! of the First Methodist Church. Rev. William A. Stewart officiated. A reception followed immediately at the Green Gables in Helena. Lt. and Mrs. Monroe, both graduates of Arkansas State College, are now at home in Pensacola, Fla., where he is attending Naval Air School and she will'be a teacher of physical education. Honored On Birthday Kimberly Ray was honored on her third birthday with a party Wednesday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lott, Sr., of Gosnell. Kimberly is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Ray. Attending were Lisa Southard and Debbie' Southard, Carol Lafarlette and Suzanne Ray. Shower Honors Bride-elect Miss Shiela Ashabranner, bride-elect of Larry Bourland, was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs J. D. Brady Friday evening. Special guests were mothers of the couple, Mrs. M e r r i 11 Bourland and Mrs. Eddie Ashabranner, who were presented white carnation corsages. Miss Ashabranner wore a blue cotton dress featuring a hand smocked yoke and full skirt. She was presented a white carnation corsage. The refreshment table was covered with a white net cloth with lace cutout appliques over deep pink. A large crystal bowl filled with pink and red phlox surrounding a pink heart was used as a centerpiece flanked on either side by smaller bouquets of phlox. Refreshments of individual cakes and punch were served by Mrs. Dennis Downing of Jonesboro, Mrs. John Ellis and Miss Ann White. The gifts were displayed on a table covered with a deep pink- cloth with white ribbon bows and wedding bells at each corner. Mrs. Tommy Brannum directed the group in a game and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Rose Downing and Mrs. Gerald Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Pippins A miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Elaine Pippins bride elect of A2C Mark Pies, was given Monday night by Miss Patty Lewis and Miss Barbara Scrape in the home of Miss Scrape. For the occasion, Miss Pippins wore a two-piece white cotton and silk ensemble trimmed in gold. A white gardenia corsage was presented to her by the hostesses. A special guest for the affair was Mrs. Junior Pippins, mother of the bride-to-be, who also received a corsage of white carnations. Refreshments were served buffet style from a table decorated in white lace and white wedding bells around a pink floral centerpiece. Cake and punch were served. Game winners for the evening were Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Miss Nancy Poole. The hostesses' gift was of lingerie. Donner. _. . , , , Mrs. Bradv presented t h e The guests were presented fa- honoree wit}] a large assorlm ent vors of hats and horns. . {( ^ , h t . § • * Birthday cake, K e cream and , cod drinks were served by Mrs. isteed by Mrs Downing . Lott assisted by Mrs Carolyn, Aaristln jjiss Ashabranner In Ray and Mrs. Palsy Southard. . ope|)ing Plastic Boots for Gardeners It's rolling around to muddy shoe - time again. You can protect your shoes and keep your feet dry, too, while working in your garden, by wearing weatherproof garden boots. They are complelely washable, made of clear plastic and can be worn with or without shoes. gif(s were Mrs ** MalUieWS and Out of town guests were from Blytheville, Jonesboro and Memphis. Color It Sills ChUton Sheer elegance and extremely soft. Color it silk chiffon ... it couldn't be more so. H moves with the times in drifts that make every gesture, every step, a study in grace. 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