The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1966 · Page 4
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roar - Biyttevflle (Art.) Courier Newi - ttmfty, 3to« U. 1*» . _ — Society News — Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 MARRIED Miss Ann Miles and Rowland Wells, both of Manila, were married May 31 in First Methodist Church in Manila. The couple will make their home in Turrell. Miss Ann Miles Becomes *•= Bride of Rowland Wells •>j' j In; a double-ring ceremony solemnized May 31 in First Methodist Church in Manila, Mis> : Ann Miles, daughter of Mrt; and Mrs. Hugh Miles, became the bride of Rowland Wells, son of Mr. and Mrs. Till- maff Wells, all of Manila. Ke'v. Jack Glass, pastor, per- formed the ceremony. Baskets of white stock and gladioli interspersed with fern and candelabra holding white tapers were placed on either side of the altar. Mrs. Wayne Ashabranner, organist, and Mrs. Jerry Dudley, vocalist, presented nuptial We have it... the flolf shoe you've always wanted. Lightweight, flexible and in many different colors! White's Shoes 313 W. Main St. Telephone PO 2-2741 music. Miss Ann Bacon served as honor attendant wearing a street • length dress o! pale yellow voile designed with an empire waistline accented with inserts of lace on the bodice. Her headpiece was a circlet of yellow net secured to a large bow. She carried a bouquet of blue and white carnations. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white brocade cotton dress fashioned with an empire marked bodice and long tapered sleeves. A large tailored bow secured her veil which was appliqued with designs o£ her dress. She carried a white orchid atop a white Bible. Best man was Gary Wells, brother of the groom. Joe Hornberger, uncle of the bride and David Joe Wright were ushers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Miles chose a beige lace dress with matching accessories. Mrs. Wells wore a blue voile ensemble with white accessories Both had green cymbidium orchid corsags. Mr. and Mrs. Miles were hosts to the reception in t h e Fellowship Hall of the church immediately followed the ceremony. The bride's table was covered with a white net cloth bound with satin ribbon with white lace cutouts appliqued over pink satin and held a centerpiece of pink and white carnations flanked by crystal candelabra. The wedding cake was decorated with pink roses and white wedding bells and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Miss Nanci Farmer served the cake and Miss Joanne Redmond presided at the crystal punch howl. Miss Lavella Polston presided at the guest book. When the couple left on a wedding trip, the bride wore a pink dotted whipped cream dress with pink accessories. They will reside in Turrell where Mr. Wells is employed as coach in Turrell schools. Out of town guests were from Blytheville, Paragould, Conway Dewitt, Marble Hill, Mo., and Shreveport. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hornberger were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at their home Monday evening. Pink and white carnations in a crystal bowl were used as a centerpiece on the dining table and pink tapers in crystal candelabra graced the buffet. Miss Miles was presented a white carnation corsage. Attending with the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Wells, Ann Bacon, Gary Wells, David Joe Wright, Mrs. Wayne Ashabranner, Mrs. Jerry Dudley, Rev. and Mrs. Jack Glass, Mrs. Joe Keith Hornberger and Miss Sandra Wells. Members of the bridal party were presented gifts by Miss Miles and Mr. Wells. Remember Pay Your Faper Boy BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST THE "CASTAWAY" OLD HIGHWAY 18 WEST (Old Delta Club) OPENING WEDNESDAY JUNE 15th MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Live Entertainment featuring The Paul Lovelace Combo FOR RESERVATIONS - PHONE PO 3-9784 ON HONEYMOON-Mr. and Mrs. Wray Williams, Jr., are in Nassau on a wedding trip following their marriage June 3 ' in St. Luke Methodist Church in Memphis. The bride is the former Miss Ann Brownlee. Miss Brownlee, Mr. Williams Are Wed in Ceremony June 3 St. Luke's Methodist Church in Memphis was the setting Friday evening, June 3, for the marriage of Miss Ann Brownlee and Wray Williams, Jr., both of Memphis. The bride is tne daughter of Mrs. Hazel Brownlee of Mem- Altrusa Club Plans Programs Altrusa Club of Blytheville held a dinner and business meeting at the Goff Hotel last night. After members were led in the Altrusa blessing, Mrs. Ma'ble Lunsford had charge of the business session. The Blytheville club was invited to attend a meeting of the Jonesboro Altrusa Club when the guest speaker will be Mrs. Ella Dawson, Altrusa district governor. All'members were urged to attend. Program, plans for the coming year were completed. The next meeting will be June 27 at which time new officers will be installed. . Presbyterian WOC Circles Meet for Study Women of the Church circles of First Presbyterian Church as sembled in homes of members yesterday for the study, "An Expanding Church," with the emphasis placed on "General Gund Agencies." Circle I met at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. George Dillahunty. Seven members attended. The home of Mrs. H. H. Houchins was the meeting place, of Circle II members with Mrs. Sam Norris as co-hostess. The Bible lesson was brought by Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. Merle Osborne presented the emphasis. Ten members were present. Mrs. Jack Webb was hostess to ten members and one guest of Circle 3. Mrs. Ernest McKenzie had charge of the lesson. Eleven members were present :or the meeting of Circle IV at the home of Mrs. George Wilson. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty was leader of the Bible study and Mrs. Fred Western gave the emphasis. Circle V had five members present for the meeting at the home of Mrs. Finis Hardy. Mrs. Martin Wilkinson led the study and Mrs. Jim Loehr gave the emphasis. Circle VI met with Mrs. Frank Grigsby. Co-hostesses were Mrs. J. W. Fields and Miss Loi» Field. Mr. Mae Dixon gave the Bible lesson and Mrs. Mary Alexander brought the emphasis. phis and Earl Wesley Brownlee of Blytheville. Mr. Williams is the son of Mrs. Persis Buck Wiliams and Wray Williams, Sr., of Memphis. Rev. William Potts, pastor, officiated at the 8 o'clock ceremony. Following the ceremony, the bride and groom left on a wed- Bits of News! mMtt ptriona iiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiaiiiiiinni Mrs. H. C. Bush is recuperating at her home after having undergone surgery at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry last, week were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Berry and children Paige, Lana and Kendall Wood of Nash ville. Mr. and Mrs. • Marion Gatlin have returned home after spend ing the weekend in Indianapolis visiting their daughter, Mrs. Otis Brake, and Mr. Brake, and their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Gatlin and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gatlin They went especially to attend graduation of their granddaughter, Miss Diane Brake, from the Marion County General Hospital School of Nursing. Miss Kay Brake, returned home with her grandparents to visit for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis have returned from Jackson, Miss., where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy James and son Douglas. They went especially to attend graduation of Douglas James, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis. Samuel E. Tillett, son of Major and Mrs. F. R. Tillett, Jr., of Blytheville Air Force Base, U11UQ auu £iuuiti t^iw wu » "%•%*ding trip to Nassau. was among the 68 students of The couple will make their ?^ern State College on the J. A. Pomeroy, both of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone at Kentucky Lake over the weekend. Miss MinnU Lee JOHN and Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Bounds and daugbtr Sherrl ipnt yefr terday in MemphH. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY —Adult Entertainment "DARLING" — Julie Christ* 7:30 Memphis where the groom is president of the Wray Williams Blueprint Company. Mrs. Webb Hosts Class Fidelis Class of Trinity Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. E. H. Webb. Eight members attended. After the meeting was opened with prayer led by .Mrs. Curtis Freeman, class teacher, a short business session was conducted. The group made plans for a visitation program. A potluck supper was, scheduled for next month's meeting. Dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. C. E. Adkisson. A social hour followed the meeting. sented by Mrs. Don Garrett on the accordian and by Gale and Connie Page, who will sing. Following luncheon, newly elected officers will be installed by Chaplain William Page. All prospective members are invited to attend. . Everett Lott, Charless Leggett Bill Hrabovsfcy, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green and Mr. and Mrs. I Ernest Baker attended a meet- ling of the Arkansas Letter Carriers Association in Fort Smith over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allred and children of Pahokee, Fla., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frankie King and family and Mr. and Mrs, George Slaughter and family. Ann Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, is. on the dean's list, at Memphis State University. She also has been elected as an officer in Tassel, women's honorary, organization. : Among those from Blytheville who left Sunday morning for Girls State were Marilee Richardson, Emmalyn Sims, Cindy Dillahunty, Susan Grigsby, Susie Robinson, Melinda Guard, Ginger Harpole and Sheila Baguley. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and family and Mr. and Mrs CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere appreciation to. our friends for the beautiful flowers, food and many kindnesses shown us following the death of Richard Garrett. Special thanks to Rev. P. H. Jernigan and Rev. Glenn Johnson. Mr. anil Mrs. Herman May Mrs. Dessie Garrett Mrs. Bonnie Cathey Mr. and Mrs. John Sikes Chapel Women Meet Thursday Protestant Women of the Chapel will meet at 1 o'clock Thuif- day at the bale chapel injwx for a potluck salad luncheon. Hostesses who will provide dessert and coffee will be Mrs. N. C. Mower and Mrs. R. B. Pierce. ' Members are invited to bring »«lr daughters ai fimts. Special rniuie will k» p» MURR THEATRE Your OSCEOLA Lair Timi Today "FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX" W«d.-Thurt. - Fri. - Sat. ^m^mmi^m^^m^** ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA *••••••••••••••••••••• Last Time Today "TAGGART" "STRANGE BEDFELLOWS" WED. & THURS. 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