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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 10, 1966
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- BlythCTMe (Art,) Courier Nm - Friday, June 10, 19M — Society News — ^Glenna Lambert, Society Editor MARRIED Immaculate Conception Church was the setting May 21 for the wedding of Miss Joyce Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Cox, Jr., to Cecil Reynaldo de Leon, Jr. (Photo by Jean's Studio) Miss Cox Becomes Bride Of Cecil Reynaldo deLeon iMiss Joyce Lynn Cox, daugh- tfr of Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Cox, Jr., became the bride of Cecil Reynaldo deLeon, Jr., of Blytheville in a 4 o'clock ceremony, May 21, in Imaculate Conception Church. ; He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reynaldo deLeon of San Antonio, Tex. i : Rev. Joseph N. Doyle officiat- ef. iThe couple exchanged vows t«fore an altar decorated with ^hite stock and tall candelabra. HNuptial music was provided tjj? Sister Delores. -"Matron of honor was Mrs. Es- tfl'ai D. Trevinb who wore a blue lace dress with matching accessories. ^Bridesmaids, Miss Shirley Somers and Miss Elaine Bebout, wore dresses of blue and pink lace, respectively, with complementing accessories. iThe attendants' flowers were white orchids trimmed with tilue. -Flower girl was Miss Cheryl Woodall who carried a white lace basket of pink roses. ::The bride, given in marriage By her father, wore a floor- length gown of white chantilly lace designed with a sweetheart jjeckline and long sleeves. : ' ; Her veil was secured to a tiny satin pillbox and she carried a bouquet of white satin roses. -Best man was Louis D. Tre- yino, of San Antonio, Tex., brother-in-law of the groom. Ushers were Bob Edwards and Dennis Paquette. i: Johnny Smith served as ring- Phone PO 3-4461 Bransons Host Dinner Danca Of Club 28 Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson were hosts last night to mem bers and guests of Club 28 when they met at the Country Club for a monthly dinner dance. Approimately 75 attended. A centerpiece of pink gladioli white stock, rose pink carna tions and gypsophila graced th buffet table. Guests attending were Mr and Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mr and Mrs. Murray Smart, Jr. Music was provided by Bo McCoy. bearer. Mrs. Cox chose for her daughter's wedding a beige lace en semble with harmonizing acces sories. Her corsage was a white orchid. ' The groom's mother wore a blue lace dress with matching accessories complemented by a white orchid corsage. A reception followed in t h e Catholic School hall with the bride's parents as hosts. A white .satin and lace cloth which held a centerpiece of pink and blue majestic daisies, gyp- sophilia, pompons and leathers- leaf. Assisting at the reception were Miss Carol Wheat, Miss Brenda Jarrett and Mrs. Robert Becker. Miss Doris Woodall presided at the guest register. Attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cox of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dedman of Hiekman, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Danny Smiley of Mayfield, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Becker and son of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Calbert of Lilbourn, Mo., and Mrs. Grover Cox of Helena. After a short wedding trip to Memphis, the couple are now at home in Gosnell. For traveling, the bride wore a white lace suit with matching accessories. Band Program Begins Monday The summer band program a Blytheville High School is ached uled to begin Monday at 8:3(1 a.m. All students who have register ed or plan to attend classe should report to the band build ing on North Tenth. The six-week program will b under the direction of Bob Lip scomb and David Emery. Mr. Lipscomb commente< that students who will be ou of town at any time during th six weeks period are still en couraged to report for Monday' meeting. Conflict, with o t h e summer activities wil Ibe elim inated ii possible. Wilson Youth fb Compete In Contest musical acts from Wilson competed in the American Dairy Association of Arkansas T.een. Jamboree contest Thursday night, June 2, in Jonesboro. ^The acts were "The Chora leers" composed of Barbara Furman, Jenny Gwen, Gail Left wich, Cathy Whittaker, Larry gussey, Terry Jones and Bill McNabb; Cathy Whittaker, and ^The Razorback Trio" com' posed of Billy Bussey, Jack Catching and Terry Jones. E Thirty - three acts from over northeast Arkansas competed for the right to appear in the Jtate contest in Little Rock. £ Of the five acts selected two Vere from Wilson. These were the "Razorback Trio" and Cathy Whittaker. . '- They will compete with 23 ftther acts Saturday morning in preliminary judging. I: The top 10 winners will appear on . state wide television and will have a chance to win the first prize of $300. J Their accomMnist' is John Dresbaeh of Wilson. ••• PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED »T ." HECONn CLASS MAIL « Bhtlitrilli Courier Newi i} •LVTHCVII.W. IlltK. 5 at • I2H6 J Rirr; W Ihltiei, PublllBer •' „ Hi « Walnut «ti E : BlythefHli. Ark. r ftjtiliKhed dolly except Sunday Second cl»M Txwtnge pfcld *t Bty- Uii-vllle Ark H HOME OCLIVMY BATES • B la Biythclllt : tnd'towni In tfc« fcinfi««tlle trwU urmory K»II ; . 30c pel WM» fev MAIL PAVABLC IN AOVANCI "..within 90 Bll« M BlytBnlll* 17.00 net ye«r uatt (fiu SO mliM from ' lUJO pec FMT RECEIVES DEGREE Frank Jackson Huffman, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Huffman, received a bache lor of arts degree from Duke University in commencemen exercises held recently in Duke Stadium at Durham, N C. He was among the 1,40( students receiving degrees. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature "WHAT A WAY TO GO"— Shirley Machine & Paul Newman "SYLVIA"— Carol Baker & George Maharis PLEDGE VOWS - Miss Mary Martha Klipfel and Charles K. Grojean, Jr., exchanged vows Saturday morning at 11 o'clock in the St. Eustachius Catholic Church in Portageville. (Photo by Yeager) Miss Klip/el Charles Grojean Are Married in Portagevilk St. Eustachius Catholic Church n Portageville was the setting Saturday morning at 11 for the wedding of Miss Mary Martha Klipfel and Charles K. Grojean, Jr. The ceremony was performed )y Rev. Edward M. Eftink, a cousin of the bride. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Mary E. Klipfel and the late Noah J. Klipfel of Portageville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. •rojean of Chaffee, Mo. Baskets of ferns and twin Baskets of white gladiolius decorated the church altar, and a white satin covered prie dieu added to the decorations. Wedding music was presented by Miss Diane DeLisle, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, John N. Klipfle. She wore a floor length gown of imported white silk organza over taffeta. The gown was trimmed with English net overlaid with re-embroider- ied Alencon lace. The empire waist encircled with a bias band of self fabric was overlaid with lace. Lace motifs enhanced the bottom of the A-line skirt and formed scallops around the hem The detachable train was trimmed with lace motifs and swept to a cathedral length: Her headdress was a finger length mantilla, edged with Alencon lace with appliqued center on a pill box mounting. She carried a bouquet of lillies of the valley centered with a white orchid. Miss Jane E. Klipfel attended her sister as maid of honor. Miss Patricia KlipJel, sister of the bride, and Miss Patricia Grojean, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. They wore floor length gowns of aqua blue chalk crepe. The slim skirts were of crepe and the bodices were accented by scooped necklines and elbow length sleeves which were trimmed with fagoting Irish trim. Watteau trains graced t h e back of the gowns and were attached at the neckline with a tailored bow. They wore a florelette head dress with rose tip veils of silk maline in matching color. They carried one happiness rose. Miss Lisa Grojean, sister of the groom, was flower girl. She wore a floor length dress of aqua blue crepe and carried a basket of rose petals. Michael Grojean attended his brother as best man. Ushers were Martin A. Priggel of Oran, Mo., cousin of the bride, and Kenny Paylor, of Sikeston, cousin of the groom. Ring bearer was Kenneth J. Eftink of Oran, Mo., cousin of the bride. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Klipfel wore a blue lace dress of acetate and nylon, complemented by a blue lace hat, white accessories and a corsage of white roses. Mrs. Grojean, mother of the groom, wore a three-piece suit dress of bonded blue lace, blue lace hat, white accessories and a corsage of white roses. Following the ceremony a reception and dinner was held in the Armory building. Miss Betty Priggel of Meni- 7:30 9:20 SAT. - TRIPLE FEATURE 1ST SHOW FEATURES AT 7:30, 8:30, 9:30 MetroCOlOR 3RD SHOW 2ND SHOW A UNIVERSAL PCTUfiE I SUN, - MON. - TUES. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT 7:30 "A MOVIE THAT YOU' SHOULD NOT MISS! -JUDITH CRIST, on NBC-W "TODAY" fhovi 'JOT61EM The Motion Picture That Won the Academy Award's Best Actress 1966 for Julie Christie. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. • ••»«f»*».»* * »o%ft»*»«»«««»»»«t ••••*•••••••••••! SUGGESTED Look for One of These Symbols in Reference to Each Picture AT RITZ THEATRE - Fri. - Sat - Sun. - Man. HIS NEWEST! HIS BIGGESTI Hawaiian Style HALWAUIS »,,.,SU»lim LEIGH/JUKES SHIGEM/OOKM llimimTH/ niU i,!kM Mm mm.. N Jlta »na Ml tnlhoi) Liwmi /.-.,, Man *oi, -^ THIS IS A NEW RELEASE NOT YET CLASSI- W FIED. IT IS THE THEATRE MANAGEMENT'S OPINION THAT THIS MOVIE IS GOOD ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ BLINDFOLD — With Rock HudMn * Claudia Cardinal MONKEY'S UNCLE — With Tommy Kirk THREE ON A COUCH — With Jerry Lewis MY FAIR LADY — With Audrey Hepburn * Res Harrlwn Social and Personal Notes Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Foy Etchieson have returned from St. Louis \riiere they attended a bridge tournament. Others still in St. Louis at the tournament are Mrs. Clay Roddey and Mrs, King Tetley. Mr. and Mrs. Bill M. Webb announce the birth of a son, Brian Mallory, June 7 at Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. Webb is the former Elizabeth Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haynes of Clear Lake. Mrs. John Cherry, Mrs. Sam Black and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty are in Batesville this week attending a Synodical Training Conference are representatives First Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpble and daughter Ginger will be in Little Rock over the weekend to attend graduation of their son, Ben Harpole, from the University of Arkansas Medical Center. They will be joined in Little Rock by Mrs. Harpole's mother, Mrs. L. C. Lemond, and her sister, Mrs. William Rhea Blake, and Mr. Blake who will also attend the exercises Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tune and children of Oklahoma City will be arriving this weekend to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bearden of Trinidad, Colo., returned yesterday after spending several days in Blytheville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tune. Russell Phillips will return home tomorrow from Baptist Memorial Hospital after having undergone surgery. Mrs. Carroll Blakemore and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilkinson and children were in Jonesboro recently to attend graduation exercises of Mrs. Blakemore's daughter, Sarah Blakemore, who received a bachelor of science degree in education from Arkansas State College. Miss Blakemore will begin teaching at the elementary school in Fort Leavenworth, Kans., this fall. Keith Bilbrey is a patient in Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. He. is in Room 1010 East and will undergo major surgery. A daughter .was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neai of Blytlie- ville Tuesday in St. Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro. The mother is the former Peggy Fisher. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher and Mr. and Mrs Henry Neal. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Mrs. Brown Hosts Guild Study Group Mrs. 15. J, Brown was hosfc ess Monday evening to Study Group 1 of the Wcslcyan Service Guild of First Mclliodisl Cliiircli. Eight members were present. After opening prayer followed by a short business session, Mrs L. D. Harris gave tl\e study. . Members included in eachi study group were announced for.'; the coming year. •' '•> Refreshments were served .M during the social hour. r [LIAS Drive-In Theatre: 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 ,'„' OSCEOLA •••*••••«•••••••••••••: Fri. 'Sat. * DOUBLE FEATURE HOWS mis Meet Postponed Mrs. B. A. Bugg, president, announced this morning that Tuesday's meeting of Eastside Garden Club has been postponed. Meeting date and time will be announced later. phis, a cousin of the bride, was at the guest book. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Grojean will be at home on Route 1, Chaffee, Mo. For traveling, the bride wore a pink whipped cream dress with white accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. PLUS SUN. • MON. • TUES. COMING SOON ELVIS PRESLEY IN "PARADISE, HAWAIIAN STYLE' IN COLOR FRI. & SAT. FERUN HUSKY M8NSFI6LO PLUS MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH" SUN. & MON. THE MAN WITH A GUN IS PLUS "STRANGE BEDFELLOWS" When we return your winter wardrobe In the fall INSPECT IT CASE- FULLY. If you can't say it looks better than It would have if you h«d itored it in the clout, we will cheerfully REFUND THE STORAGE ONLY $2.95 This Includes Insurance Protection Up To CHARGE S ISO 00 Box Storage Is BEST! Our >rlant hamper elves top lonven lence tor bulky winter woolens Jml drop them .Into our hamper, return to m and your storage rorriea are over We atore everything at ont tow ftict ...nothlnt W par til FalL LAUNDRY-CLEANERS "Appearance At It's But" Phont PO 3-4343

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