The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1966 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 20, 1966
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Page Four - Blythevllle (Art.) Courier New» - Monday, June 30,19M I — Society News — Glenn* Lambert, Society Editor PLEDGE . VOWS-Miss Patricia Lynn Rogers and Belton Eugene Tracker exchanged vows Friday evening, June 10, in First Baptist Church. Miss Rogers Becomes Bride of Belton Eugene Thacker Phone PO 3-4461 %*.t t ^^»»*'*<'wi>*s^*A<'h"w«*v^**** _ Miss Davis Honored Miss Catherine Davis, bride- elect of Robby Robinson, was honored Tuesday evening with a lingerie shower at the home of Miss Donna Meacham. Co-hostesses for the affair were Miss Jo Ella Todd and Miss April ffaldheim. Miss Davis chose for the occasion a black and white sheath dress with white accessories and was presented a pink carnation corsage. A special guest, Mrs. Leon Davis, the honoree's mother, also received a pink carnation corsage. Games conducted by Miss Waldheim provided entertainment during the evening. Prizes were won by Miss Linda Todd Mrs. Donna Sellers and Miss Trudy Weirs. Gifts were displayed on a table covered with a white cloth and centered with an overnight case. Refreshments of chiffon cake and punch were served to th 15 guests attending. I.' First Baptist Church was the •setting Friday evening, June 10 .for the wedding of Miss Patricia :Lynn Rogers, daughter of Don• ald A. Rogers and the late Mrs. Rogers, and Belton Eugene ........ . son of Mr. and Mrs. Belton Thacker of Blythe- Thacker. He is the pink snapdragons, white stock and . Rev. Alvis Carpenter, pastor performed the ceremony. A sunburst arrangement of gladioli, ............. — pink sweetheart roses interspersed with -.tapers decorated the sanctuary '•of.' the church. A satin-covered prie-dieu flanked by candletrees holding white tapers completed was provided ;the setting. Nuptial music ENGAGED- Miss Maureen Joyce Ikner and Larry Gene Stout, both of Bly'.heville, are planning an August 20 wedding in Calvary Baptist Church. August 20 Is Date Set By Miss Ikner, Larry Stout by Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt, ganist, and Miss Mickey len, vocalist. Honor attendant to the bride was her sister, Miss Nina Marie Rogers. She wore a yellow linen sheath with white accessories and carried a bouquet of yellow marguerite daisies. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a white cotton sheath dress. Her bouquet was a cascade arrangement of white roses and ivy centered with bettertimes roses of deep pink. . • . Best man was Bobby Chandler. A reception followed in the social hall of the church. Assisting in serving were Miss Mickey Allen and Miss Billie Farewell Party Honors Couple A farewell party honored Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Haley Friday evening at the Officer's Club. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jennings. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. ,'inis Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Riddell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adkisson, Mr. and Mrs. David McWherter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Capooth and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Littrell. Mr. and Mrs. Haley will be having soon for Detroit. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75C; Children Free Only H Accompanied By Parents. »•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY—Double Feature SO DEAR TO MY HEART—Bobby DriscoH LITTLE NUNS—Catherine Spook Tues.-Wed.-Thurs, Double Feature 7:30 9:20 ft CINtUKT.fOX ptlttMt '. ,2cx W)UISHAY ! 1101) 1MLORj DONOT ! DISTURB i EISA MMNVELLi w Mr. and Mrs. Boyce G. Ikner of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Maureen Joyce, to Larry Gene Stout of Blytheville. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stout, Jr., of Blytheville. The bride-elect is a senior at Blytheville High School. Miss Ikner is the granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ferdinand Karl of Hicksville, Long Island, New York and Mrs, C. H. Stafford and the. late George G. Ikner of Atoiore, Alabama. Grandparents of Mr. Stout are the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stout of Blytheville and Arnold Hill and the late Mrs. Hill of Tupelo, Miss. The prospective bridegroom is presently employed at Automotive Parts.Company. . August iO is the date set for the wedding at Calvary Baptist Church. 5Bits of News mostly ptrtonal i|llliy|i||[|yuU|k|MUUl|Ul|l|l||iy|||l|lM||M'Uy|l^'t|f Blytheville people who attended funeral services yesterday In Ridgeley, Tenn., for Mrs, Clata Semmes Alexander were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander, Jr., and son Raphael Semmes Alexander, Mrs. Carey Woodburn, Mrs. Samuel F, Norris, Robert Brashier, Paul Lawrence and Earl Knipple. Among others from out of town who attended the services at the Ridgeley Methodist Ihurch were Mr. and Mrs. J. J; Droke of Nashville and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coston of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville. Claude Earl Lynch, son o! Mr. and Mrs. C. .£. (Stormy) Lynch of Osceola, was home for the Father's Day weekend, fe's attending summer school at Ouachita. Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Donaldson were in Blytheville last week visiting friends and relatives. Recent guests of Mrs. Lee Stiles were her daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Nichols of Tucson, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bunt- Ing and Cliff, Jr., of West >y a game of golf. NCO Wives to hold newcomer's coffee, 1 p.m., NCO Club. 'Paradise of Fashions' to Be Theme of BSP Fashion Show Beta Sigma Phi City Council | Raymond Miller; Memphis. Kathy Dodson, daughter of Gamma Alpha, Alpha Delta, Xi Xi and Alpha Alpha Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi to mert. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MON. - TUES. WED. - THURS. - FRI. & SAT. "The Ghost And Mr. Chicken" PLUS 'Casey At The Mets" Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So, Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA MON. - TUES. funny movie? you bet It Is! PLUS D.MARTIN - J.LEWIS Pardners" has announced August 16 as the date of the annual fashion show which will carry the theme, 'Paradise in Fashion." The showing will be held at Holiday Inn beginning at 8 p.m. This year's general chairman is Mrs. David McWhertcr with Mrs. Mickie Shelton serving as co-chairman. Other chairmen and co-chairmen are as follows: Tickets, Mrs. Leland Riddell and Mrs. Johnny Buchanan; Ads, Mrs. Roland Steward; Publicity, Mrs. R. E. Zachry and Mrs. Curtis Corder; Program books, Mrs. Billy Bowen and Mrs. Mike Kenner; Merchants and models, Mrs. BRIDE-ELECT — Miss Kim Jun of Anjongni, Korea, and Pvt. 1C Jesse L. Quarles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Quarles, will be married in early.fall. Pvt. Quarles is serving with the U. S. Army stationed in South Korea. Sue Burks. The bride's table, overlaid with white lace cloth, held a centerpiece of pink gladioli, pompons and babies' breath flanked by silver candelabra. The couple are now at home in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Dodson, is visiting relatives in Tupelo and Fulton. Miss. Visiting Mrs. Marie Harnish this week are her nephew, Hughes Atkins and Mrs. Atkins niece, Mrs. James R. Keller and of Belle Garden, Calif., and a son Richard of Elgin, 111. Another nephew, Gregory Atkins of| Tulsa, will arrive today to visit i Mrs. Harnish and other guests this week. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Landrum and children of Bakersville, Calif., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Landrum. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Handley and daughter Doris over the weekend were "j""v"- '""''•" Doris over the weekend were Commentary, Mrs. Finis Har-[ Mr and Mrs James Walker, ii nn<4 -Mro William- Shanpv- , * *. n .__!• T^- • i dy and Mrs. William Shaneyfelt; Door prizes, Mrs. Cleo Pope; Decorations, Mrs. Joe Beckman and Mrs. Joseph Loop: Door chairmen, Mrs. Quincy Hodge and Mrs. Johnny Buchanan; •-••••• Entertainment, Mrs. Roy Kirksey; PA and intercom, Mrs. Roy Kirksey. Participating merchants include Jiedel's, Penneys, Westbrook's Fashions, Martin's Men Store, Hays Store, Montgomery Ward, West Department Store and the New York Store. Air Force Family Scene Mrs. Chester Smith, LE 2-5592 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. MON. - TUES. Double Feature For Adult Entertainment COMING SOON TO THE RtTZ BLINDFOLD — Witb Rock HndMti It Claudia Cardinal* : MONKirS UNCLE - With Tommy Kirk ' THRC1 ON A COUCH - With Jerry Lewi! . MI FAII LADY — With Audrey Hepburn * lex Hairboa BOY, DID I OPT A WRONG NUMBER — With Bob Hope ' I>». OOI.DFOOT fi BIKINI MACHINE - With Fraakle Av»lo« "THE SIMilSG NWN—Wllh Debbie RtynoMt PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AX SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier Newn BLYTHEVILLE:. ARK. •Ot - 12316 Harry W. Raines, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts Blytheville. Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES In Biytheville and towns in tnc Blytlievtlle trade territory Daily .. 30c oer week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN AOVANCE Within 50 miles of Blytheville J7.QO per year More than 50 miles from Slytnevllle $15.60 per year 65th Munitions Maintenance Squadron met Friday at the home of Mrs. Jackie Thompson with nine members present. Mrs. James Davis served as co-hostess. • During the business meeting Mrs. Willie Shearouse was elected new chairman to succeed Mrs. Olen Thomas. Goodbyes were said and silver plates presented to Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Joseph Stevens and Mrs. Wobdrow Shaw. Bingo was played with prizes going to Mrs. Kenneth Eichorn, Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. Jack Counts. Door prize was won by Mrs. Eichorn. The next meeting will be July 8 at 1 p.m. at Kingsley Han with Mrs. Thomas Dawson as hostess. Wafc/i For Smoke and Water Damage SALE BIG SAVINGS ON ENTIRE STOCK Treasure Jewelry 114 W. MAIN STRKT Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Harvison, of Union City, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. Sam Tune, who j were visiting here from Okla-i homa City, attended a Gulf Oil convention Thursday, Friday and Saturday in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tune and j children Samuel III and Paige j returned to their home in Okla ' homa City yesterday. Coming Events Tuesday Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club will meet for luncheon at 12 o'clock preceded 117 WEST MAIN Watch For i Opening of New Branch In Plata Shopping Center Save On Your Dry Cleaning & Ask About Our FREE BOX STORAGE SPECIAL! Tue.-Wed.-Thurs. June 21-22-23 PANTS SKIRTS SWEATERS (PLAIN) SUITS DRESSES Shirts Beautifully laundered • Fold«« or H*&I*> 117 WEST MAIN All wives of the squadron we invited to attend. Sgt. and Mrs- Walter Harri son afld son Speedy visited recently with Mrs. Harrison's mother, Mrs. Ike Clark, and Mr. Clark of Des Arc. They also visited Sgt. Harrison's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harrison of Pine Bluff, and his mother, Mrs. Molly Harrison of Rison. Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis Bone have had as recent houseguests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Morris of Bonneterre, Mo. They went from here to Peoria, HI., for a visit. Mrs. J. E. Krech of Gosnell is visiting her daughter and family, Sgt and Mrs. Bill Phillips of Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. Phillips and children will accompany Mrs. Krech honw this week for a visit. Among the new personnel arriving at Biytheville Air Force Base this month wtre Sgt and Mrs. Tom Gilford and family who have just completed a tour of duty in Guam and Sgt and Mrs. Paul Morris and tons who have been stationed in Omaha. Both families wert previously stationed here. Watch For Opening Of New Branch In Plaza Shopping Center FREE 117 W. Main Masons To Confer Degrees Chickasawba Lodge 1M, Free and Accepted Masons, will have a special meeting Wednesday evening as the Masonic Temple, corner of Davis and Franklin Sts. Th« felloweratt defmt nM be conferred. The meeting begins at 7:30 ' ' BOX STORAGE When You Store Your Winter Clothes With Us All We Charge Is For The Cleaning of the Clothes that You Store, Payable Next Eall! One Hour Features: * Insured Against Fire & Theft * Guaranteed Against Moths and Mildew if Clothes Are Cleaned Immediately And Freshly Pressed Next Fall * All Minor Repairs And Buttons Replaced Free

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