The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1966 · Page 4
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Four - BIythwni* (At*.) Courier Newg - Monday, June ff, MM — Society News — Sienna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Jaggers ll'liuto by Bolrs of Fayctteville) Mugmt Wedding Is Planned By Miss Sandra Kay Jaggers Recent Bride Complimented A recent bride, Mrs. Eugene Thacker, was complimented Thursday evening with a miscellaneous shower in the Martin Room of Goff Hotel. Mrs. Thacker is the former Miss Patricia Lynn Rogers. Co-hostesses for the affair were Mrs. T. H. Chapman, Mrs. Raymond Zachry, Mrs. Eddie Ford, Mrs Jack Vowell, Mrs Giiy Burks Jr., Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and Miss Mickey Allen. For the occasion the honoree chose a blue two-piece ensemble and was presented a red and white carnation corsage by the hostesses. Special guests attending were Mrs. Thacker's mother-in-law, Mrs. Belton Thacker. and Mis. Perkins, grandmother of groom. Gifts were displayed on a table marked with a pink satin umbrella accented with apple blossoms. Miss Allen registered the gifts. The 60 guests were served punch and cookies from a table overlaid with a linen eutsvovk cloth and holding a center arrangement of spring flowers. Mrs. Jeannie Gulp presided at the punch service. The hostesses' gift was a set of dinnerware. .Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Jaggers of Blytheville announce the engagement and approaching marWage of their daughter Sandra Kay, to Don Rich Han- kinsj III. Mi'. Hankins is the son of Mr. and;Mrs. Don Rich Hankins, Jr., of Crossett, and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Don Rich Hankins, Sr., of Monticello, and the ilate Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forrest Stoker of Warren. Miss Jaggers is the granddaughter of Mrs. James J. Jag r gers and the late Mr. Jaggers of Blytheville, and Mrs. Arthur H. Edwards and the late William 0. Simms of Mohawk, N. Y..; The bride-elect was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was a cheerleader, a member of Red Peppers, Latin/Club, Thespian Society and Future Business Leaders of America. She was a maid on the Valentine Court and attended Arkansas Girls State. She was also the 1965 Mississippi County Forestry Queen. Mr. Hankins was graduated from Crossett High School where he was active in sports and attended Arkansas Boys State. Both are students at the University of Arkansas. Miss Jaggers is a junior in the college of business administration. She serves as rush chairman, of her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega, and was also a representative on the AWS Queens Committee, Mr. Hankins is a senior with a major in insurance and real estate and accounting. His fraternity is Lambda Chi Alpha of which he is past social chairman. He is also a member of H E A T R E Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •;, MON. Cavalry :i vs. Apache SjSB TROV SUZANNE OH-PlESHEHE-McBJIlN ; JAMES GREGORY-rECHN,co..o R HkNAVISION FHOMWARHER BROS. TUES. & WED. CLOSED FOR REPAIRS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA MON. - TUES. •f- A » t 2a<—,~,—. TH/3 . ,&SiK It, Plus Methodist Men Elect The following new officers and directors have been elected at First Methodist Church by the Methodist Men: Toler Buchanan, president; Cecil E. Graves, vice-president; Robert Stiles, secretary, and Cleo W. Pope, treasurer. Directors for one-year term are Toler Buchanan, Marcus Gaines, Bill D. Jackson, Cleo W. Pope, Bailey Tarpley and Newton Whitis. Elected to serve for two years are Gene Brown, Hugh" Caff ey, Cecil E. Graves, Bill Hardy, Ralph Todd and Alfred Wil. liams. Associate directors are Leonard Johnson, Marion Gatlin and Virgil D. Keeley. AT RECEPTION — Mayor and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards (left) are shown as they were greeted Saturday night by Col. and Mrs. George H. McKee. A reception was held honoring the new 97th Bomb Wing Commander in Blytheville Air Force Base Officers Club. (USAF Photo) Bits of News mos a tly pers onal Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Caldwell of Hot Springs were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mrs. Henderson Hall and daughter, Mrs. Clyde Fowler, and son Woodrow Hall of Memphis, attended funeral services Jaycettes Hold Meeting Blytheville Jaycettes conducted a short business meeting Thursday evening at the Jaycee Clubroom with eight members in attendance. Mrs. Carl Ray was appointed ad chairman for the club's fish fry July 14. Mrs. Dick Hefner was appointed to assist Jaycees with delivering tickets for the National Cotton Picking Contest. The group voted to reschedule of Mrs. Hall's nephew, Lee Cun-1 the next business me teing to ningham, in Caruthersville yes- Ju]y • • terday afternoon. Hostesses during the social Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wayne hour were Mrs Hefner and Mrs Hill announce the birth of their ] Ray Duplicate Results Told Results of Saturday games played by Duplicate Bridge League at Shamrock Lanes were announced this morning Winners were first, Mrs. W. C. Roddey and Mrs. S. E. Tune; second, Bill McMath and Mrs W. A. Afflick; and third, Mrs. King Tetley and Mrs. Jesse M. White. Regular games are scheduled for Thursday evening but Saturday games have been cancelled due to a bridge tournament to be held in Memphis. The group will play master point games the following Thurs day, July 7, and Saturday, July 9. Eastside Club To Tour Garden Eastside Garden Club will hold its regular meeting tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. W. T. Melzger at Hickman. The group will tour her daylily garden. The meeting begins at 2 o'clock. the Young Democrats Club and the Marketing Club. The couple will exchange vows August 28 at the First Methodist Church in Blytheville. MOTHPROOFING MILDEWPROOFING ODOKPKOOfING WHF/, iwrt ow regular trytkaoiog wwc« • NOW.,. in addition to the finest of drycleaning services, we offer you 3 "PLUS" values-at no extra charge: Complete protection against Moths, Mildew and G.P.O. (Gaif ment Perspiration Odor). Now, your wardrobe will haw additional freshness and protection, at no extra cost to yow. . IMjNDRY'UfANERS 300 SO. DIVISION PO 3-4343 first child, a son, horn June 19 at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Stephen Wayne. The mother is the former Margie Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haynes. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landrum o£ Paragould, former Blytheville residents, visited friends in Blytheville yesterday. Mrs. R. G. Hunt is reported seriously ill in Doctor's Hospital. .Approximately, 35 young people of First Baptist Church were in Memphis Friday to see "The Sound of Music" at the Paramount. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lauman and children of Bristol, Va. arrived Saturday to be guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Connie Mod- inger. While here, they will also visit her sister, Mrs. R. W. Vrs- ka, Mr Vrska and family of Memphis. Miss. Winnie Virgil Turner of Newbern, Tenn., spent the week end here as a guest of Mrs. C. 'A. Cunningham. Attending a seminar for life underwriters from Arkansas and West Tennessee at Arkansas State.'College in Jonesboro are Jim Srnothermon, John A Fraser, Herman Etheridge, Eddie Saliba, William C. Goodman and Charles L. May. Mr. and Mrs. Norval E Knepper and daughter Teena Lynn have returned from St. Louis where they attended a Cardinal baseball game and visited her mother. Mrs. Stella Wolf. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller are her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Berry and daughter Janan of Pine Bluff, and her sister, Mrs. Willis Whisenhunt, of Hot Springs. Ulmont Jones, nephew of Mrs. B. A. Bugg, left by plane from Memphis yesterday to return to his home in Detroit, Mich. Mr. Jones came to be with Mrs. Bugg following the death of her husband, B. A. Bugg. Ben K. Young returned to Memphis yesterday after spending a week with his mother, Mrs. Lois Young, and his grand' mother, Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mr. and Mrs Dick Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mann and daughter, Lynette, and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Johnson and family vacationed last week on varre Beach at Santa Rosa Island, Fla. Mrs. Stella Adams is a pa- lient in John Gaston Hospital in Memphis suffering from injuries sustained from a fall. Mrs. Grace Gillian) of Little Rock, a former resident, is a mtient in Memorial Hospital in Vorth Little Rock. She is in loom 305. Mr. and Mrs. William C. VfcDade of Concord, Calif., are visiting with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. Dewitt McDade. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe has re- urned home after spending four Party foods, cake and iced drinks were served following games. Lynn Woods Has Birthday Lynn Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Woods, celebrated his fourth birthday Friday with a party at Walker Park. Twenty - one guests attended and were served birthday cake, ice cream and iced drinks. Games were played during the afternoon. A special guest was the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Henry Richardson. Favors presented to She children were balloons, coloring books and pinwheels. Coming Events Tuesday Women golfers of Blytheville Country Club wil meet for UNIVERSITY MAJORETTES — Miss Judith Ann Davis (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Davis, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of Steele, have been selected as majorettes, to march with the University of Arkansas Marching Razorbacks. The two graduates of Blytheville High School will report to the University Sept. 18. weeks in Detroit and Chicago. In Detroit, she visited with her son, Dr. James C. Lowe, Mrs. Lowe and children Cynthia and James Robert, at their home in Bloomfield Hills for three weeks. Another son, Jerry M. Lowe, and Mrs. Lowe met her in Detroit and accompanied her to their home in Evanston, 111. She returned to Memphis yesterday by plane when she was met by Mr. Lowe. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier New* BLYTHEVILLE ARK ilP - 12316 Harry W Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Stl BlythevUle. Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage palfl it Bly- tbevllle. Ari. ROME DELIVERY RATES In Blytnevllle and towns to the Blythevilia trade territory Dally 300 oer weei BV MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles ol BljtfeevUle $7.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blytbevlllr £15.60 per year Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. Saturday continuous from 1:00 p.m. MON. - TUES. WED. Gen. Aud. luncheon at 12 o'clock preceded by golf at 9:30. Armorel - ettes Extension Homemakers Club will meet. Business and Professional Women's Club will hold a business meeting at 7 p.m. NCO Wives Club will meet at the NCO Club, 1 p.m., for social meeting. Officers Wives Club will meet at Officers Club, 10:00 o'clock for newcomers coffeee. IOOF Lodge meets at the IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. Wednesday Officers Duplicate Bridge League will meet at 7 p.m., Officers Club. Reservations may be obtained by calling Mrs. J. R. Stevenson at LE 2-5928. Post 481 meet at Army Reserve Training Center, 7 p.m. Kiwanis Club meet at Goff Hotel, 12:00. Tbundiy Duplicate Bridge League will meet at Shamrock Lanes. Friday BAFB Catholic Ladles Guild meets at chapel annex at 9 a.m. Cottn Bowl Small Car Club at 8 p.m., Central Motors. National Association of Letter Carriers Auxiliary will meet. Deborah Sunday School Clasl of First Baptist Church will, meet for covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Dell EH Club will meet a», 1:30 p.m. Saturday '•'; Dubplicate Bridge League meets at 1:15, Shamrock Lanes:, Remember Pay Your 1-aper Boy SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. 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