The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 13, 1966
Page 4
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four.- «ytl*yffl« (Arfc.) Ceatttt Km - Mondiy, Jam ». MM — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 34461 JUNE BRIDE- Miss Donna Ann Wakefield of Fort Smith became the bride of Michael Raymond Johnson of Blytheville, Saturday morning, in Immanuel Baptist Church in Fort Smith. Michael Johnson Claims Bride, Miss Wakefield of Fort Smith Immanuel Baptist Church in Fort Smith was the setting Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Donna Ann Wakefield and Michael Raymond Johnson. The bride is the daughter of Mi^and Mrs. Jerry Wakefield of Fort Smith and the groom is the son of Mrs. Thelma Johnson of Blytheville and Raymond Johnson of Houston. •Dr. S. W. Eubanks of Southern" Baptist College at Walnut Ridge performed Sie double ring ceremony. ;A bridal arch entwined with huckleberry leaves and white cushioned mums flanked by bas- kets'of white gladioli and babies breath formed a background for tje-wedding party. '•Mrs. Pat Bateman, organist, played traditional wedding music." ;Th'e bride, given in marriage by;:'[her father, wore a floor- length gown of white peau de sole',fashioned with a fitted bodice of Chantilly lace and long- tapered sleeves extending in'jjibints at the.wrists. :The bell - shaped skirt was given back interest by a detachable chapel length train attached at the waistline. i;HSr veil of illusion was secured to a coronet. She carried a white orchid atop a white BiWe. -Miss Carolyn Wakefield, sister '.of the bride, was maid of hiqnbr. She wore a street length dress of powder blue peau de soie; designed with a lace over- blouse. Her headpiece was a coronet and she carried a nosegay of white cushioned mums. iiBest man was Nathan Austin of; Blytheville. Ushers were Ro- land Warrington and John Holland, both of Blytheville. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlor. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Ernest Wakefield, Mrs. Carl Voss, Miss Barbara Angelleti and Miss Connie Patty. Miss Judy Robinson presided at the guest register. Among out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson of Peotone, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Wakefield of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Lunceford for Memphis; Miss Jan Wells of Memphis, Miss Judy Simms of Pine Bluff, Miss Ann Trimble of Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Gray Wakefield of Houston. After a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Blytheville for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will return to Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway in the fall where they will both be seniors. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre I OSCEOLA e"eeee**eeeee»eeeeee*ee • MON. • TUES. B&PWPIan Installation New officers will be installed when Business and Professional Women's 'Club meets tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. at the Razorback. Lucille Pickens of Jonesboro, district director, will serve as installing officer. Hostesses for the dinner meeting will be Katherine Glass, Laurie Mullins and Deebie Saliba. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •*••••••••••••••••• MON. • TUES. Double Ftature THK MAN WITH A ttUN IS COMING SOOh ! ELVIS PRESLEY IN i;; "PARADISE, HAWAIIAN STYLE" I'!' IN COLOR PLUS ROCK HUDSON GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA "Strange Bed- Fellows" Guests Attend Variety Dance Holiday Inn was the setting of Variety Club's menthly dance, Saturday evening, at which a number of guests attended. Symbolic red, white and blue with miniature flags was the theme carried out in decorations. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gunter. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Rheams, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Eatmon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Carlyde, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adkisson, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Webb; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Quarles, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Don Quarles; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Edings, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Whitener, Linda Dyess and Wheeler Gracey, Mrs. H. P. Paris; Mr. and Mrs. Lumie Blankenship, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Humphreys; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Crosskno, Mrs. Blanche Humphrey, Mr. and-Mrs. Raymond Zachry and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kouri. Music was provided by the Charles Nichols band of Memphis. DELEGATES—Sandra Lambert (left) 'and Barbara Gipson, member of the Blytheville High chapter of Future Business Leaders of America, will leave June 11 for New Orleans to attend the 15th annual convention fo FBLA. Approximately 1,500 high school and college students over the United States Will attend. '.'•:: GRADUATES — Miss Fran- san Logan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, was graduated from the University of Arkansas in commencement exercises June 4. Miss Logan received a bachelor degree in education and will begin teaching this fall in Houston. Club Meets For Bridge Newcomers Bridge Club met Friday at the Razorback. A guest was Mrs. Murphy Taylor. Winners in games were Mrs. Scott Jay and Mrs. Tom Buckley. Hostess next month at the Razorback will be Mrs. Clarence Long and Mrs. Kenneth Swan. Honor Student Miss Dianne Sals, daughter of Major and Mrs. Ivan C. Bals, was recently named valedictorian of her graduating class at Ursuline Academy in Arcadia, Mo. Miss Bals was also recipient of the Bausch and Lomb honorary «ei«nce award. She plans to attend Siena Col' leg* at Memphis in the fall MOTHPKOOfING MILVfWPROOfING ODORPROOFfNG 'FREE! ^Ww ^^f lw^^^&_ QF JwVVVWy •flrWCv • NOW... in addition to the fintct of drydeaning services, we oner yw 3 "PLUS" values-at no extra charges Cora* plete protectiea aiaipt* Moths, Mildew and G.P.O. (Cku* taent Perspiration Odor). Now, your wardrobe win have additional fwehnes* and protection, at no extra coat to you. 800 SO. DIVISION PO J-4J43 iBits of News] = = 1 ./ /I | muAiltj personal | MSgt. and Mrs. C. E. Litten and children of Pope Air Force Base, Alabama, who have just returned from a three-year tour in Hawaii, are visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Damon. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie King and children and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McCall of Steele spent yesterday at Reelfoot Lake. Gregory, Pamela and Leah King spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maclin of Steele. John Gregory, son of Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Gregory of Glasgow, Montana, was a guest of Ron Wilson Saturday night. The boys were classmates in Glasglow. Accompanying Mr. Greg- cry to Blytheville was his grandfather* Dr. David Gregory of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rapier of Bessemer, Ala., announce the birth of twins, Robert Russell and Kara Lee, June 12 in the South Highland Infirmary. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mosley of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rapier of Dumas, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Quarles and daughter Katrina iiave returned after visiting in Shawnee, Okla., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Lindley and daughters. During this trip they also toured the "Six Flags Over Texas" in Dallas. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Mrs. Overman Recipient Of Spoke Award Mrs. Kenneth Overman was awarded the Spoke Award by Blytheville Jaycettes at t b e i r regular meeting Thursday evening at the Jaycee clubroom. The award is presented to an outstanding Jaycette with membership in the organization for less than a year. Mrs. Ray Gill led in opening prayer and correspondence was read from the Capitol City Jay- cettes in Montgomery, Ala., who requested three recipes from the local club. Welcomed as a new member was Mrs. Ray Peterson, i Mrs. Gill, hospital chairman, reported that boats filled with candy were given to the children in the hospitals on Memorial Day. Final reports were heard on the box supper and concession stand sponsored by file Jay- cettes during Diamond Jubilee week. Mrs. Curtis Corder expressed appreciation to the club as outgoing president. New president, Mrs. Buell Carter, announced her committee chairman for the coming year. The ways and means project and a white elephant sale was discussed by Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Don Morris. Final plans will be announced later. All Jaycettes were invited to attend a barbecue supper June 13 at 7:30 in the Jaycee Club- roorn. This will be the kickoff supper of the National Cotton BOTTOMS UP BY BILL FOSTER •The difference between progress and congress is pro and con . . . * * + A sponge may be full of holes but it still holds water. * * * Being positive is really just being mistaken in a loud voice . . . * * * That snappy dresser has 100 suits . . . and they're all pending . . . * + * The way to get your wife's attention is to look comfortable! aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei JYoull feel at cut t- j j bout the beverages you! J serve at home when* Jyou favor Foster's} •Liquor Store. S • e teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeev rose's LIQOOR STORE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTEI Phone PO t-ttet * - CeavtMent fcear OB life St. Tht Onl.T Complete Llquiw «lpre I* Tom* Masons To Confer Degrees Chickasawba Lodge 134, Free Duplicate Winners Told Results from regular games played, Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon have been announced by Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League. Winners from Thursday were first, Mrs. Charles Langston and Mrs. Douglas Donoho; second, M. M. Handle and Harry W. Haines; third, Mrs. Ira Foster and Mrs. M. M. Handle and fourth, Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Bill McMath. First place in Saturday afternoon games were Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Iva Foster. Other winners were tieing for second, Mrs. Ed Dicks and Mrs. John Cherry, and Mrs. Charles Langston and Mrs. Douglas Don oho. Tied for fourth were Jim Roleson and Bill McMath and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Picking Contest. Mrs. Phillip Lanning, nursing home chairman, informed the group that a certificate will be placed at the nursing home in appreciation of the vapor lights. Hostess during the social hour was Mrs. Carter who served strawberry shortcake and ice cream. Door prize was awarded to Mrs. Gill. The next social meeting, June 23, will be hosted by Mrs. Carl Ray and Mrs. Dick Hefner. ELECTED — Richard Gaines, son of Mr. and'Mrs. Marcus Gaines, has been selected to serve as High Kappa of Iota Theta Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha at Arkansas State College. Mr. Gaines is a junior at Arkansas State majoring in business administration. and Accepted Masons, will meet Thursday evening at the Masonic Temple, corner of Davis and Franklin Streets, to confer degrees. The meeting begins at T:3t and work will be in Fellow Craft degrees. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. ••••••••••«t••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••e MON. - TUES. ADULT 7:30 ENTERTAINMENT A MOVIE THAT YOU" SHOULD NOT MISS! -JUDITH CRIST, on NBC-TV "TODAY" show Tht Motion Picture That Won the Academy Award's Best Actress 7966 for Julio Christie. First Blytheville Showing Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY 'PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE"—Elvis Pres/ey For General Audience Tues. * Wed. For: Adults and Mature Young People BUNNKUIKE E MISSING ANOTFOPReMINSEf? FILM COMING SOON TO THE RITZ BLINDFOLD — With Rock Hudson & CliudU C»rdin»lt MONKEY'S UNCLE — With Tommy Kirk THREE ON A COUCH — With Jerry Lewis MX FAIR LADY — With Audrey Hepburn & KM lUrriion Smart Summer Togs By Play Pet FOR LITTLE ADMIRALS! Henley Short Sets Handtoae Henley ttyM tbirt* in cool, tod* abb knita or MKMckar with wlid poplin •hart*. Nifty nautical Mtt in Red or Navy for S to 7 Milan, Blu« er brown for 2 to 3X boy*. A colorful collection. They're all completely WMbtbk, too. ]98 The look They Love Sassie Sets SUihed ride vents, tassy peek-a-boo length cheesecake short* or bloomers . . . imooth sophisticated shift* for the 3 to 6X and 7 to 14 •kinuner tat. No wonder theee tr* the rat* with the .youngtr «et! Accented with enff flower*, pert bow* or fanciful applique*. Bhi* Chambray *et for 7 to 14 gir.l*. Seersucker nautical let in Maize or Turquoite for t to 3lo6X OpenMon.-Tues.*Wed. ti! 7- Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. til 9

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