The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1967 · Page 4
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Page Four - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, Nov«mb«r 1,1WT Mrs. Danny Williami .Wild am6 u xcnanae* d J Miss Barbara Kay Parish he- came the bride of Danny Williams in a double-ring ceremony Oct. 7 at the Pioneer Baptist Church in Mesquite, Tex. Rev. George Merriman officiated. ; Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Parish of Mes- .quite and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Williams of-Blytheville.: The altar .was flanked with greenery, interwoven wiSi candles. Candlelighters were Mark Williams, brother of the bridegroom, and Jerome Merriman of Mesquite. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. George Merriman, organist. Vocalist was Miss Carla Walters of Blytheville, a cousin of the bride. She was accompanied by Miss Donna Duncan of Blytheville, a cousin of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a Paris original gown of snow peau de seau, featuring round neck line, long tapered sleeves and cathedral train. Seed pearls and Chantilly lace covered the dress. Her veil of bridal illusion and chiffon was held by a large bow. Her bridal bouquet was attached to a white Bible, a gift of her parents. Her only accessory was a pearl necklace. Maid of honor was Miss Mary Lou Parish of Mesquite, sister of the bride. She wore a | floor-length yellow peau de seau dress, featuring Empire lines. Her headpiece was designed by the bride. It was made of yellow tulle, featuring a tiny yellow rose at the crown of the veil. She carried a hand bouquet of yellow baby mums. , Bridesmaids were Mrs. Pat Downey of Mesquite, Miss Cathy Graves of Dennison and Miss Claudia Leggett of Blytheville, cousin of the bride. They wore yellow peau de seau floor length A-line dresses accented at tSie shoulder with bows. Then- headpieces and bouquets were identical to the maid of honor. Miss Jan Williams, sister of the bridegroom, was flower girl. She wore a yellow dress, floor length, of peau de seau,. featuring short sleeves and a bow at the back of the waist. Mr. Williams served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Stan Williams, brotSier of the bridegroom, Steve Edwards and Russ Fullerton, both of Henderson State College, Arkadelpbia, Ark. Ushers were Max Briley of Blytheville and Teal Lambert of Henderson State College. Mrs. Hugh Parish chose a tulip pink A-line dress with matching hat. Her accessories were black patent. Mrs. Dwight Williams wore a moss green suit with matching hat and shoes. Both were presented white corsages. Mrs. Claud Duncan of Blytheville, grandmother of the bride, was also presented a white corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Parish entertained with a reception at the Rattan Room in Mesquite following ttie ceremony. The bride's ch o s e n color scheme of yellow was used throughout the room. The serving table was covered with a damask linen cloth, featuring crystal vases holding a si n g 1 e yellow rose bud at each end of the table. Guests were registered by Miss Shirley Parish, sister of the bride. Assisting in serving were Miss Rebecca Parish, sister of the bride, Bryson Drynor and Sheryl Swindel. The bride's goin'g-away dress was a royal heather blue coatdress with black patent acces- owb sories. She also wore a white orchid corsage. y-> • News — / Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Engagement Announced Mr, and Mrs. Luther Hodges ot Elytheville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their.daughter, Shelva Gibson, to Tilsey R. Byram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murel Byram of Parks, Arkansas. Mrs. Gibson is a graduate of Fayetteville High School, Fayetteville, Ark. and Mr. Byram is a graduate'of Waldron High School, Waldron, Ark. Mrs. Gibson is presently employed as Medical Record Librarian at Doctors Hospital and Mr. Byram is serving with the U. S. Air Force at Blytfieville Air Force Base. Vows will be solemnized Friday, Nov. 24, at First Baptist Church, Holland. Miss Harnish Hosts Class Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met in the home of Miss Marie Harnish Friday night. Eleven members were present. Dr. Edna Nies opened the meeting with prayer and presided over the business session. Mrs. Louise Warpole gave the devotional. Mrs. Allen Rushing dismissed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Zula Morris co-hostess. the couple will make their home in Arkadelphia, Ark., where the bridegroom is a junior at Henderson State College. Oul-of-town guests Were from Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma Following a trip to Texarkana | and Denison, and Missouri. Coming Events Monday Del! Methodist W.S.C.S., 7:30 p.m. Trinity Baptist W.M.U. First Methodist Church W.S.- C.S. First Baptist W.M.S. First Methodist Wesleyan Guild. .Dell Baptist W.M.U. Tops Club. Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge, Club . Broadmoor Garden Club Band Parents, 7:30 p.m., Band Building Yarbro Baptist D.M.U., 7:30 p.m. Eastside Garden Club Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. ' Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma-Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. : Lone Oak E. H. Club. Airmen's Wives Club, 7:30 p.m., Service Club Wednesday Town and Country E.H. Club Armorel W.M.U., 7:30 p.m. Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Dell P.T.A., 3 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A., 3 p.m. Dogwood E. H. Club. Nazarene World Wission Society, 7:30 p.m., at church. Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League, Shamrock Lanes Thursday Club Club 28, Blytheville Country Club Family Service Coffee, Kings- Ph. PO 3-4461 ley Hall, 1:30 p.m. Blytheville Jayceltes. Lutheran Women's Guild. Junior members of Dud Cason, 7 p.m. Golden Age Club, 7:30 p.m. Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League, Shamrock Lanes, 1:15 p.m. Cook rice in half water, half range juice; top the cooked rice with grated orange rind and serve with roast duck. : Nice luncheon dish: .Creamed spinach topped with poached eggs and buttered croutons. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA MON. & TUES. MITT flOSUHO EKIAND-BRAZZl-CEU _*,,, MID isaiwnz-£K t««,»!UBITKASMB«Jffl. TECHNICOLOR-FROM WMNBJ BROS. Social ana [-'erionat Mrs. Ed Hardin of Dell is a i Mrs. Jolin W, Wilkin, is a mem- patient'in Chickasawba Hospi- her of the 280-voice Kansas Un-; tai. iveraty chorus. Mr. Wilkin is Mrs. Adani Taylor is a patient a freshman, in Chickasawba Hospital. She |, Deenie Kittany, daughter p! > is in Room F-5 and is allowed!Mr. and Mrs James Kittany, -?" has been named to "Who's Who visitors. Jerry Austin, son.of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Austin of Dell, has been awarded a full scholarship to State College of Arkansas in Conway. John Wilkin, son of Mr. and in American Colleges and Universities." Miss Kittany is a' 1 ' junior at Sienna College in Memphis and is serving as vice- ' president of the student government this year. MON. • TUES. • WED. (GA) MMt MonUral J Muter of fce*-S««H*t«, Mon., Tues., Wed. — Contiiwms Showing From 1 Admission To 4"p.m. 75c & ,S5c Admission From 4 p.m. 90c & 35e COMING SOON TO THE BTTZ IT COMES UP MURDER — With Susan Hayward & Rex HatlUon ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO — With Dean Martin & Jean Simmons . •• , WATER1IOLE NO. 3 — With James Coburn & Joan Blondell THANK YOU.... We want to express our heartfelt thank;? to all the wonderful individuals and organizations who were so kind and generous to our family when we lost our home, due to fire, recently. The Tanksley Huito Family WINTE FROM HAYS! 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