Page Four- Blytheville (Art.) Courltr News - Tuesday, June », 19M — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO S-4461 AT HOME IN JONESBORO Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyd are now residing in Jonesboro following their marriage June 10 in Brown Chapel Baptist Church in Manila. The bride is the former Brenda Routon. Manila Couple Recite Vows In June Church Ceremony Brown Chapel Baptist Church of Manila was the setting June '10 for the wedding of Miss Bren- da'Routon, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Routon, to Charles Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Boyd, all of Manila. • Rev. John D. Gearing of Blytheville, performed the candlelight ceremony. : The couple exchanged vows before an altar of wrought iron candelabra decorated with 'orange blossoms, yellow wedding bells and ivy. Hanging from the arch were three silver bells seBured by a yellow bow. Baskets of white gladioli and fern with large yellow bows adorned each side of the altar. Magnolia leaves and C a n d 1 e s were used throughout the church. -rfruptial music was ; ,resented BjrMiss Gayla Goodson of Black Oak and Miss Anne Bacon, vo- ^cafist. y/The couple knelt on a wrought Iron prie dieu which was decorated with ivy and orange blossoms. "^Candlelighters were Debbie 'Boyd, sister of the groom, and Raymond Routon, brother of the bride. ^•Bridesmaids were Mrs. Judy 'Harris of Jonesboro and Miss •Elizabeth Towles of Manila. "Mrs. Virginia Hays, aunt of the bride, served as matron of hon•«."' *!,1.The feminine attendants wore yellow dotted swiss floor length .^dresses designed with a sleeve- 'Jfiss bodice and A-line skirts. 'Their headpieces were yellow 'tiililheld in place by a band of •yellow dotted swiss; ;.£,The bridesmaids carried nosegays of large yellow mums nest"led'" in white tulle with white , streamers and ivy. ~The honor attendant's bouquet ief.'lwhite mums nestled in yellow tulle with streamers of yellow ribbon and ivy. ,.;;*The flower girl, Shelly Boyd, niece of the groom, carried a ,liny white basket adorned with bride, was ring bearer. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown designed and made by her mother. The gown of appliqued with Chantilly lace and reembroidered seed pearls. The fitted bodice was fashioned with tapered sleeves which came to points at the wrists and were fastened with tiny lace buttons. The scooped neckline was encircled with lace cutouts and seed pearls. Lace motifs also enhanced the A-line skirt and formed a scalloped hemline. The silk organza train fell from her shoulders and was encircled with festoons of lace. A band of lace and pearls surrounded by lace motifs secured her veil of silk organza. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, lilies of the valley and ivy centered with a white cattleya orchid atop a white prayer book. Coy Boyd served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Johnny Mac Boyd, brothers of the groom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Routon chose a two-piece apricot knit dress with beige accessories. She wore a bronze mum corsage. Mrs. Boyd's ensemble was a three-piece knit suit with white \~cessories. Her corsage was a large mum. The bride's parents were hosts to a reception following the ceremony. Miss Sandra Snider, cousin of the bride, presided at the guest register. The guest table was decorated with magnolia leaves and centered with white maline around a tall white candle. The bride's table, draped in white net, held a traditional wedding cake which was topped with a miniature bride and groom nestled in leatherleaf fern and yellow mums. Serving the cake was Mrs. Slwwer Honors Recent Bride A recent bride, Mrs. Victor Byrd, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower Friday night in the reception hall of Dell Baptist Church. Mrs. Byrd is the former Miss Teresa Beckman of Dell. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Cliiv ton Smith, Mrs. J. T. Tate, Mrs. B. T. Ladner, Mrs. Cecil Austin, Mrs. Bob Hardin, Mrs. Clara Walters, Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. Earl Sigmin and Mrs. C. A. Smith. For the occasion, the honoree chose a red and white whipped cream sheath and matching accessories. She was presented a red and white carnation corsage centered with a wedding ring by the hostesses. A special guest, Mrs. E. 0. Baker, grandmother of the honoree, also received a yellow daisy corsage. A pink and white color scheme was carried throughout the hall in decorating. The gift table, overlaid in white lace over pink, held a miniature bride doll and wedding bells. Assisting Mrs. Byrd in opening gifts were Miss Brenda Wilbanks and Miss Sandra Duncan. The refreshment table was covered in white net over pink and caught at the corners by tiny pink bows and babies' breath. The centerpiece on the table was an arrangement of pink roses and babies' breath in a silver-footed compote flanked by pink candelabra. Miss Sherry Hardin and Miss Judy Young served the punch and cake. The 50 guests attending were from Dell, Blytheville and Manila. er. After a short wedding trip, tbe couple are now at home in Jonesboro. . For traveling, the bride wore a two-piece yellow suit complemented by the orchid from her bridal bouquet. JUNE WEDDING Holland Methodist Church was the setting June 18 for the candle- light ceremony uniting in marri- age Miss Judith Jenkins and John Clifton Cohoon, both of Holland. Miss Jenkins Becomes Bride Of John Cohoon of Holland In a candlelight ceremony June 18 at Holland Methodist Church, Miss Judith L y m i r a Jenkins became the bride of John Clifton Cohoon. Rev. Marvin Niblack of Caruthersville officiated at the 8 o'clock ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Andrew Jenkins and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Co noon, all of Holland The church sanctuary was lighted by branched candelabra centered by a - tall basket of pink and white gladioli interspersed with gypsophilia. Nuptial music was presented by James Keifer, organist, and Miss Paulette Jones, soloist of West Memphis, cousin of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original gown of peau de soie and Alen- con lace. The bodice was fashioned with a scooped neckline accented with lace and long sleeves which closed with tiny self - covered buttons and tapered to points over the hands. The A-line skirt was appli- qued in lace motifs and featured a detachable train held in place at the center back. The square train trimmed in lace was chapel length. Her veil cascaded from a headpiece of peau de soie and lace ecrusted with pearls. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and valley lillies centered with a white orchid. Maid of honor was Miss Martha Jean Bailey of Holland and bridesmaids were Mrs, James E. Carr, Jr. of Atlanta, sister the groom, and Mrs. Quentin Wayne Still of Steele. The bride's attendants wore full - length dresses of cerese linen. The empire bodices featured short sleeves and rounded necklines, and flowing lace edged panels caught at the back waistline with a small bow. Their headpieces were of net. They carried bouquets of pink carnations. Loyd Pruiett of Forrest City. brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man. Ushers were James E. Carr, Jr., of Atlanta, brother-in-law of the groom, and Robert E. Jor.es of West Memphis uncle of the bride. Mrs. Jenkins, mother of the bride, wore a shell pink linen sheath dress. Her Corsage was lavender cymbidium orchid. The bridegroom's mother chose a blue silk shantung SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. LAST TIME TODAY — Double Feature THE SANDPIPER—Richard Burton & Liz Toy/or YELLOW ROLLS RQYCE—Shirley MacClaine 7:30 — 9:20 yellow ribbon and babies' breath I Beth Edmondson of Memphis, anol filled with rose petals. She "•'-- ""-'-• rv --' =J - J -' •' wo're a floor-length white dotted ; swiss dress with a yellow sash. -ZTimmy Hays, cousin of the Miss Micky Decker presided at the crystal punch bowl. Others assisting were Mrs. Mary Lou Deaton and Mrs. Dorothy Deck- WED. - THURS. Double Feature Adult Entertainment "A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME" Robert Taylor & Shelly Winters 7:30 — 9:20 •heath Her corsage wn • pink 1 cymbidium orchid. A reception was held at the church with Mrs. Val Umbach of Blytheville in charge., Reception assistants were Mrs Robert L. Winstead of Arlington, Tex., and Mrs. James A. Bunte of St. Louis. The bride's table held a centerpiece of branched candelabra with white tapers and entwined with white orange blossoms and greenery. The wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom, and the punch bowl were placed at each end. Mrs. Joan Kinley of S t e e 1 e served the cake and Mrs. Robert E. Jones, aunt of the bride, presided at the punch bowl. Miss Paulette Jones distributed rice bags to the guests. Mrs. Loyd Pruiett of Forrest City, sister of the groom, was at the guest book which was lighted by a single white taper in a tall silver holder encircled with orange lossoms and ma- line. For the wedding trip to New Orleans and Biloxi, the bride .changed.into a suit of burgundy voile. A rehearsal dinner was given at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Cohoon, parents of the bridegroom, Friday evening fur members of the wedding party and out of town guests. Mrs. Loyd Pruiett of Forrest City served as co-hostess for the affair. The dinner was served buffet style on the patio which was decorated with summer flowers. Following dinner the couple presented gifts to fheir attendants. Saturday morning, Mrs. Val I Umbach was hostess for the bridesmaids brunch held at the Rustic Inn. The table was centered with a crystal epergne holding white hydrangeas and yellow tapers. The honoree chose for the occasion a blue embroidered cotton tunic dress and was presented a daisy corsage. The hostess' 1ft was a silver frame holding a Bedding invitation. Party Given For Couple Mrs. Charles Moore and Mrs. Leonard Ellison were hostesses for a swimming party Friday at the Holiday Inn honoring an engaged couple, Misss Lalla Ann Callis and Robert Kapp. The couple will be married July 10. During the afternoon, guests were served parfait and iced tea. The hostesses' gift to the couple was a wedgevvood teapot in her chosen pattern. 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