The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1966 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
Page 5
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BIythevlll* (Ark.) Court** New* - Thursday, Jun* », M6I- Ptfa — Society News — Phone PO 3-4461 Afternoon Tea Given For Miss Gibson The home of Mrs. Howard Perkins was the setting for a tea Sunday afternoon to honor Miss Diane Gibson, bride-elect of Dewey Wade Roddey, both of Monette. Sixty guests called between the hours of 2 until 5 o'clock. Special guests were parents of the couple, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook and Mr. and Mrs. Verlon Darr, all of Monette, The honoree and the mothers were presented white rose cor- sags. Receiving with Mrs. Pr- kins were the bride and groom- elect, and Mrs. Darr and Mrs. Zook. The refreshment table was covered with a white embroidered organdy and linen cloth centered with an arrangement of 'yellow roses, daisies and columbine flanked by silver candelabra holding white tapers. Assorted tea cakes were served with punch and coffee. Presiding at the silver punch bowl and coffee service were Mrs. Ranee Perkins of Catron, Mo., Mrs. Jim Cheadle, Mrs. Glenn Homer and Mrs. Max Schrader. Others assisting were Mrs. Joe Clark, aunt of the groom- elect, of Cardwell, and Mrs. E. C. Fieeman. Out of town guests were from Monette, Leachville, Jonesboro Blyfteville, Lake City, Cardwell, Catron, and Los Angeles. DAR Hosts Luncheon Charlevoix Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution, met Tuesday at 1 o'clock for a luncheon at the Holiday Inn. Mrs. F. W. Whitner, Mrs. Au brey Conway and Mrs. James N. White were hostesses. Mrs. W. Loyd Wiiittaker, re- RECEIVES DEGREE — Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Austin were graduated from the University of Arkansas in commencement exercises June 4. Mr. Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Austin, received a bachelor of science degree with a major in mathematics. He will attend medical school this fall at the University Medical Center. Mrs. Austin received a bachelor of science degree in education and will begin teaching this fall in Little Rock. Air Force Family Scene Mrs. Chester Smith, LE 2-5592 Base Garden Club met May 28 in Kingsley Hall with 19 members present. The affair for the day was the selection of new officers for the next six months. Newly elected officers are president, Mrs. Melba McDaniel; vice president, Mrs. Janet gent, reported on the state board management meeting which she attended with Mrs. Graham Partlow in Little Rock recently. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry gave the National Defense report. The program, "Our Flag Always Flies," was presented by Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Hill; secretary, Mrs. Marcella Snow, and treasurer, Mrs. Laverne Martin. Mrs. McDaniel appointed the following committees: Publicity, Mrs. Jean Williams, program, Mrs. Judy Bone, and assistant, Mrs. Dolly Hein, and telephone, Mrs. Dot Lavalee aud Mrs. Faye Drake. Outgoing officers were president, Mrs .Janet Hill; vice-president, Mrs. Laverne Martin; secretary and treasurer, Mrs Jean May; program, Mrs. Melba MeDaniel; publicity, *rs. Jean Williams, and telephone, Mrs. Jean Williams and Mrs, Carolyn Fur i. After the business meeting the idles were shown two movies. Two new members welcomed to the club were Mrs. Pat Si* mer and Mrs, Jo»nn Williams. Winners of the door prizes were Mrs. Mary Tayson and Mrs. Marcelia Snow. Cookies and ten cakes s servied by the hostesses, Mrs. Peg Murray, Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Evelyn Minor. There will not be a meeting in June but regular meetings will resume July 7, at which time a workshop is being planned and all members Witt be contacted at a laier date. Hostesses f«r July will be Mrs Hill, Mrs. Bone and Mrs. Jo Ann Williams. The club is op - to all mill' tary wives and free nursery is provided at the base nursery, Anyone desiring information should call Mrs. McDaniel at LE 2-5232 or Mrs. Hill at LE 25742. Mrs. Chester Smith and children visited last week in Stigler, Okla., with '.ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. PerryhoLse. Sgt. and Mrs. BUI Williams and children Gary, Susan and Nancy spent the Memorial Day weekend visiting her parents in Evansville, Ind. They will leave soon for a visit to Sgt. William's mother in Gregory, S. D., and a stop over in Lincoln, Neb., to visit friends. Sgt. and Mrs. Jim iJartin and family visited Memorial Day weekend with his parents, Mr.v and Mrs. Fred Martin ol Waynesboro, Tenn. Sgt. and Mrs. S. p. Simer spent the holiday weekend in Jackson, Tenn., visiting Mrs. Simer's mother, ' Ola Perkins. Mrs. Sis League honored Mrs. Jo Ann Holderby with a '~ewcll party :..r home May 23. Mrs. Holderby and f?~ = 'y wil! live in Ohio while her husband, Sgt. Danny Holderby, is on tour of duty i" Viet Nam. Those attending were Mrs. Joe Goods;, .jed Mrs. Jean Williams, Mrs. Jan T ' ; l'. Mrs. Jean Gorrie, Wrs. Carolyi. "odgson Mrs. Peggy Murray, Mrs. Mousie Termin, Mrs. Ann. Dav : ; and the Hostess and honoree. Mrs. Holderby was presented a gift of jewelry. BlythevilU f.'.t " *ee Bau Hospital. Mrs. Bobby Counterman and daughters spent Memorial weekend in Henryette, Okla.. visiting ier pa refit I, Mr. and Mrs. Evans, and M-. and Mrs. Howard Cou- f.Mt. Remember Pay Your taper Boy Class Has Reunion Blytheville High School Class of 1956 held a reunion Saturday at the American Legion Hut. After a buffet dinner, Jerry Hodge was master of ceremonies during the program, which included the reading of the class prophecy and letters from for- mer classmates. Out of town guests were from Huntsville; Ala., Baytown, Tex., Batesville, Memphis, Osceola and Poplar Bluff, Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. Embry Wilson, Miss Effie Lee Terrell and Mr. and Mrs, Bob White. Approximately SO attended. Coming Events ThurMiy Club 28 meet! at Blythevill* Country Club. Lutheran Woman's Missionary League meets in the education, at building at 1:30 p.m. for a business meeting. 3 Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. MID- SEASON SHOE SALE -Special Purchase LADIES' DRESS SHOES Widths 4A's To B's Small Sizes — Narrow Widths Reg. 6.99 to 13.99 $398, 0 $g98 - Regular Stock LADIES' SHOES Whites - Bones • Colors Dress Heels — Casuals Reg. 4.99 to 12.99 All Matching Bags. Now REDUCED! MISSES DRESS SHOES Several Styles White, White Patent, Celery Sizes 3 to 4 Misses $3. $4. $5 Special Purchase! 213 PAIR Women's Spring And Summer Fashion Shoes "Sorry—No Refunds at These: Low Prices Ph. PO 3-3549 311 W. Main Sgt. Roy Muir L a patient la A, "V" neck popover in ribbed knit of 100% eotton, S-M-L, Hip hanging Bermuda walkers. 75% rayon — 25% cotton Nassau weave, 5-15, B> Ribbed slipover, 1OO% .totton, 34-40, " Hip hanger pants in Nassau weave o rayon — 25% eottott, fi-15, 0. Striped, sleeveless shell, 90% Antrnn* nylon —10% Orion* acrylic, 30-40, Hip hanging Bermuda waiters, 75% rayon — 25% cotton Nassau weave, 5-15.- ' 0. Popovtr with sleeve strip**, 60% cotton — 40% Antron* nylon, Cigarette leg hip hanger pants, 75% rayon—25% cotton Nassau weave, 5-15, E. Bare midriff top with ruffle trim, 100% Antron" nylon, 34-40, Hip hanger fly-front pants, Nassau weavt of 75% rayon -25% astton, 5-15, • OuPent trtdoume (or iu potyttttr tlbtr the many Nassau looks of «umm*r «<«•!••»... tfN* Ma r!d«ri, sharp top* aN sfcapt up «fe«ty hovwer you

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