The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 17, 1966
Page 4
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fag> Four - BlythevOl* (Arfc.) Courier Newi - Ttitoy, JUnt 17,1M8 — — Society News — Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor WED — Miss Deborah Me- Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Me- Williams of Manila, and Polston were A1C Lowell married in a June 6 cere- Phone PO 84461 carried a white basket filled with flower petals. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown o: Chantilly lace and satin styled along empire lines. The lace bodice featured a rounded neckline and taperet sleeves. A bow marked the back of the gown which develop ed into a fan-shaped train. Her veil fell from a crown o pearls and crystals. She carried a white orchk nestled in tulle atop a praye book. Trumann Reams served a best man. Ushers were Dale Poog, Jim my Wagner and Ricky Rice. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. McWilliams' gown was o beige lace and cotton and sh Miss Ramsey, James George Are Married mony in Manila wore blue accessories. First Baptist Church. Mrs. Polston wore a two-piec pink linen dress with matching accessories. Their asters. corsages were orchid Manila Couple Recites Vows . First Baptist Church in Manila Was the setting June 6 for the' wedding of Miss Deborah McWilliams, daughter of Mr. anfl Mrs. Morris McWilliams, and A1C Lowell Polston, son of Mr?-a"nd. Mrs. Ozzie Polston, al of'Mania. Rev. Carrol Evans, pastor, performed the ceremony before a setting marked with baskets of \yhite gladioli, larkspur and fern flanked by candelabra. Mrs. Paul Wayne Fleeman vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. George Davis, organist, presented music. Candlelighters were Miss Sandy Walker and Miss Loretfa Polston. Miss Katrinka Storey was bridesmaid. Thejr dresses were of mint green voile styled along empiree lines. A small bow marked the back of the gown which extended into a train. Their headpieces were mint green bows worn in front of a brief veil. Mrs. Jerry Bibbs served a matron of honor. Her dress of mint green voile was fashioned with an empire waistline, rounded neckline and long pointed sleeves. Her accessories were identical to those worn by the bridesmaid and candlelighters. The feminine attendants carried nosegays of yellow roses and gypsophilia. Paula Fleeman as flower girl wore a dress of mint green batiste designed with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. She A reception in the dining room of the church was held immediately following the ceremony. Guests were registered at a trable covered with a white lace cloth and holding a miniature bride and groom. Miss Junie Walker presided at the guest book. An arrangement of white ear- In a double-ring ceremony solemnized Friday evening in Community Methodist Church Miss Patricia Ann Ramsey daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil burn Ramsey, became th bride of James F. George, Jr. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. James F. George o Manila. Two baskets of white gladiol and white larkspur adorned th altar. Miss Ruth Ann Decker pre sented nuptial music. Mrs. Stella Edge of Blythe ville, sister of the groom, wa matron of honor and wore a tw piece ensemble of blue linen. Bridesmaids were Miss Jea Ramsey and Miss Sharon Ram sey, both sisters of the bride They wore dresses of blue cotton lace. The attendants carried nosegays of yellow roses and gypso- philia nestled in tulle. Nasetra Eldricige and Charlotte Wilson served as flower girls and Faye Boling was train bearer. They wore blue organdy dresses and carried bouquets of blue flowers tied with satin ribbon. William Barnhart was best man. Miss Callis Complimented Miss Lalla Ann Callis, bride- elect of Robert Edgar Kapp, was complimented Thursday evening with a miscellaneous bridal shower. The affair was held at the home of Mrs. Earl Jones, Jr. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Doug' las Cotham Childers. and Mrs. James Miss Callis chose a pink printed voile sheath with matching accessories for the occasion The hostesses presented both the bride-elect and her mother, Mrs. Tom Callis, with carnation corsages. Gifts were registered by Mrs Cotham. Party games were played throughout the evening A miniature bride doll in ai arbor of yellow roses was usec as a centerpiece on the serving table. Party foods and punci were served to the 20 guests A July wedding is planned by the couple. an arrangement or wmie uai- . . nations and leathersleaf fern .The bride was given in mar- was used as a centerpiece on the refreshment table which was overlaid with white lace. Crytal candleholders were placed n either side of the center ar- angement. The wedding cake, decorated with roses and wedding bells, vmu luaes auu weuumg ueua, j ., : ,, , .- c was topped with a miniature Her veil fell from a tiara of pearls and she carried a nose- iride and groom. Mrs. E. W. Hobertson served be cake and Mrs. Douglas Valker presided at the crystal punch service. After the bride changed into In Plaza Shopping Center STORE HOURS: Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday Open 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. Thursday - Friday - Saturday Open 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. white accessories, the c o u p 1 e eft for a wedding trip to New Orleans. Out of town guests attending he wedding were from Leachville and Caraway. &PW Honors Past Residents Past presidents of the club were guests of honor when Business and Professional Women's -_r i(1 «i a t the nunch Club held an installation and din- (Eldridge presided at the punch ner meeting Tueesday evening servlce the Razorback. l The newlyweds are residing in Manila. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bennett and son Bruce and Mr. and Mrs Dennis Ellis and son Todd of Blytheville. . THEATRE YoHf Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••*••••••••••••••• - FRI. - SAT. Girls! - EUflSPR&EY SUN. . MON. - TUES. AS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today Carload for $1.00 "SUSIE WONG" FRI. & SAT. "Arkansas Country Folks" PLUS WBTO!" COMING SOQN "CAT BALLOU" "PARDNBRS" "MAJOR DUNDEE" riage by her father. Her gown of white satin was styled with a rounded neckline, fitted bodice and tapered sleeves. Lace appliques accented the gown which featured a train neckline and semline of the marked with a bow at the back. gay of white roses nestled in tulle. Mrs. Ramsey, mother of the bride, chose a costume suit of Duplicate Results Told Results of Thursday nigh games have been announced by Duplicate Bridge League. Winners of north-south were Bernard Gooch and King Tetley, first; Mrs. L. C. Burcham and Mrs. J. R. Stevenson, second, and Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Frank Grigsby, third. Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. Charles Langton were East-West winners. Others included Mrs. Ruth Edwards and Mrs. Arnold Miller, second, and Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. W. A. Afflick, third. Regular games will be played beginning at 1:15 Saturday at Shamrock Lanes. Keith Bilbrey is a patient In Baptist Hospital, Room 1010, where he is recovering from surgery. He may return home late next week. TSgt. and Mrs. Rex G. Lovell have returned to their home al Ellsworth Air Force Base, S. D. after visiting in Blytheville for several days. Bobby Jo Cunningham, si* year-old son of Mr. and Mrs J. B. Cunningham, underwent surgery yesterday at the Sam Houston Hospital in San Antonio Mrs. Cunningham is with him. Mrs. June Brackin is a pa tient at Chiekasawba Hospital She is in Room B17 and is allowed visitors. Molly E. Guard, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James G. Guard, was among the 286 students at Memphis State who were named j to the dean's list for the spring semester. WMS Holds Combined Meeting Woman's Missionary Society jircles of Trinity Baptist held a combined meeting Monday to conduct a Royal Service program. Mrs. Bob Butler, Mrs, Mae Hay and Mrs. Loyce McDermott presented the program en titled, "B«ptiil* In fpJn «no Portugal;" Prayer wu led by MB. D. C. Freeman who ilw conducted the business M»ion. Mrs. J. D. Ettmon five dismissal prayer. Seventeen members attended. The tan gin wiii took bett in princess styles, flared or wrapped coats , blouson dresses and beautifully draped and shaped knits. ter e re cange no mint green sheath dress and^s for her daughter sweddng. Mrs. George, the groom's mother, wore a blue cotton sheath. Both had corsages of white carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey were co-hostess, Violet Club Has Meeting African Violet Club members were entertained Tuesday at the home of Mrs. W. L. Boren with Mrs. George McLeod acting as hosts to a reception in the din ing room of the church immediately following the ceremony. The bride's table, covered with white cloth trimmed with gold, held a center arrangement of blue and orange summer flow-rs. Mrs. Morris McWilliams served the tiered wedding cake and Barbara 4-H Head - Heart Hands - Health Two charter members of the original B & PW Club, Mrs. Marie Harnish and Mrs. Gerlude Barnes, also were honored guests. Former presidents of the club are Mrs. Mary Alice Schmalz, Miss Juanita Davis, Mrs. Billy Marshal, Mrs. Willene Kirfcland Mrs. Dennis CarmOn and Mrs. Maude Godwin. Mrs. Lucille Pickens of Jonesboro, district director, installed the following officers: Mrs. Pauline Carmon, president; Mrs. Viola Bennett, first vice president; Mrs. Madellyne Van Cleve, second vice presi dent; Mrs. Laurie Mullins, third vice president; Mrs. Wilma Wimberly, recording secretary; Mrs. Irene Tyrone, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Katherine Quackenbush, treasurer. Following the ceremony, Mrs, Schmalz, first president of the present B & PW Club, presented a past president's pin to Mrs. Maude Godwin, outgoing president. Hostesses were Miss Deebie Saliba, Miss Mullins and Mrs. Katherine Glass. Eleven members and t w o guests, Mrs. David Keltner and j Mrs. Rodgers, attending. Mrs. J. A. Breysacher, president, opened the meeting by reading a poem taken from the yearbook. The program on "Watering and Fertilizing," was given by Mrs. M. H. Rodgers. The hostess served cake and coffee during the social hour. OES to Host Joint Meet ing Mrs. Ruby Caplinger, worthy grand matron of Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star of Shamrock 4-H Club winners of Project Day displays held June 8 at the Service Club have been announced. Winners in the senior division were Linda Smith, Dona Staples, Donna McAnulty and Harold Staples. In the junior division, winners included Gina Rigsby, Karen Yeater, Sheila Ingram and Linda Pettit. New officers were elected at the final club meeting, June 9, at the BAFB Youth Center. 4-H girls began work on their articles for the dress revue at a workshop meeting June 11 at the, home of Mrs. R. A. Stevens. | A workshop was held June 3j to construct leather key chains • and ribbons for the awards day winners. The next meeting will be a workshop on July 14. Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. ••»•*••.....«.».«..•.•••••»••••»••••••••»•• LAST TIME TODAY — For Adults and Mature Young People "7 WOMfN" — Ann Bancroft & Sue lyon SATURDAY Double Feature Adults & Mature Young General People Audience TEEN-AGERS ZOOM TO SUPERSIZE _ AND TERRORIZE ATOM SUN. MON. TUES. Double Feature For Adult Entertainment AND ... # Mid ti&kstetof endless __, \inthe EASTHAWOIOR • PJHOIWMIC WIDt-SCPKN '"" Arkansas, will make an official visit to Osceola Chapter 425, Wilson Chapter 432 and Blytheville 279 in a joint meeting Saturday evening. The 8 o'clock meeting will be held at Blytheville Masonic Temple. Sharing honors with Mrs. Caplinger will be worthy grand patron, Harvey Eaves. f f r ^± g wm T'lefveVi n BOY, DID i GET A WRONG NUMBER - with BO* Hop. fet supper will be served '« | DR kotDFOOT & BIKINI MACHINE - With Rankle-Awlon the Temple dining room at: TH£ SiNG i NG JJ UN _ with Debbie Reynolds 6:30 p.m. ' COMING SOON TO THE RITZ BLINDFOLD — With Rock Hudson it Claudia Cirdlnale MONKEY'S UNCLE — With Tommy Kirk THREE ON A COUCH — With Jerry Lewl« MY FAIR LADY — With Audrey Hepburn it Rex Harrlion SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only tt Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature 7:30 - 9:20 WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT— Peter Sellers & Peter O'Toofe LORD LOVE A DUCK— Roddy McDowell & Tuesday Weld Sat. 7:30 Class Honors Katie Brock Katie Brock was honored with a birthday supper when Willing Workers Class of First Baptist met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Alvin Lane. Janie Lane led in opening prayer. The devotional was brought by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. The meeting dismissed with prayer led by Sheryl Brown. Woman's Club Receives Award Blytheville Woman's Club has received an award from the General Fedeeration of Woman's Clubs. The award was presenteed to the local club for the largest gain in membership in the state during 19M-6S. Triple Feature Relax At The DRIVE-IN Come As You Are 8:30 THE MAN WITH A BUN IS TAGGA1 TONY S ?MN YOUNG/DURYEA COM Sun. - Mon. - Double Eeature 7:30 \V\ITBIS\ns sovmm WHFART 9:30 T!SM« v'*'• r>$i*mgf*& M-V't w w -Bi ? eu^; ; ; •»%«&'« wwst wii v. ••;•*•& .?^W'm*w> ONLY $2.95 This Includes Insurance Protection Up To $ 150 00 When we return your winter warlrobe In the felt INSPECT It CM* FULLY. If you can't say It looks better than It' would have It you bai itored it in the closet, we will chetrfully BEFUND THE STOBAGl Box Storage Is BEST! Our ytant hamper (ivep top tonven lence (or bulky winter woolen?. 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