The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1966 · Page 2
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Page Tire - BlythevUlf (Ark.) Courier Nm - gituraay. My n, nti _ ,.,j, • • •• ........ . . . , . •'•-..-., — Society News'«- ... Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone P0>4461 VOWS EXCHANGED —Mr. and Mrs. James Milforc Garrett, Jr., exchanged Sunday at the First Baptist Church. vow : Miss Betty Carol Burks : Weds James Milford Garrett Miss Betty Carol Burks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Burks, .1410 West Ash Street, became the bride of James Milford Garrett Jr., son of Mr. and? Mrs. James Milford Garrett ST., of Six Mile, South Carolina, in a candlelite ceremony, Sunday, June 26, at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Alvis Carpenter performed the ceremony. : The couple exchanged vows before an altar of wrought iron candelabra, which was decorated on both sides with baskets of white gladiola, centered with pink carnations and baby breath Centered between the candelabra was a sun burst of, white gladiola, mums, and baby breath. •/.-'• Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Jce Whisenhunt, organist, and John Porter of Halls, Tenn., was soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original gown of white Peau-de-soie and alenceon lace. The empire lace bodice was fashioned with a scooped neckline and long sleeves which closed with tiny buttons, and tapered to a point over, the hand..The A-line skirt was appliqued in lace motif and seed pearls. The train caught jt the bodice with a small bow fashioned with lace motifs and seed pearls. Her veil cascaded from a crown of crystal and seed pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid and lily of the valley. She wore a pearl necklace, which was a gift of the groom. Martha Ann Buries .was maid of honor. Judy Lynn Burks and Sandi McFaJl were bridesmaids. The attendants wore deep rose Peau-de-soie floor length dresses with empire bodice and A-Iine skirts. Their head pieces of dark green velvet ribbon with long streamers to match the ribbon on the dresses. They carried a long stem red rose accented with baby breath and red streamers. Candles were lit by Paul A. Burks Jr., and Allen Burks, brothers of the bride. Ushers were Don Garrett, brother of the groom, and Charles Plunkett, cousin of the bride. They also served as groomsmen. * * * For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Burks chose a mint green silk dresses accented with bone aseccsories. Her corsage was of yellow carnations. Mrs. Garrett, mother of the groom, wore an aqua lace dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Out of town guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. James M. Garrett Sr., parents of the groom and his sister, Dale and brother, Allen, of Six Mile; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rea of Galena. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. James Pitzer of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houle and children of Orange Park, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cole and children of San Antonio, Tex,; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole, and children from Beaumont, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Cole, West Memphis; Mrs. Eupla Sa- crilier, Corning; Jerry Chilcutt, Rector; Vilas Elder, Piggott; Misses Bonnie and Sybil Bledsoe and Mrs. Laster Blesoe of Wynne; Miss Judy Cole,.Salem, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cole am Mrs. Cora Malone of Jonesboro Mrs. Silvia Butler and daughter Linda of Buena Vista, Tenn and Floyd Kee of Buena Vista The reception, which was he] in the Fellowship Hall of th Church, was hosted by Mr. an Mrs. Jame Pitzer of Indianapo lis. Bits of News moAtty p^rional lm\\mmmmmmmmmmmnm Izola Payne, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Pnyne. returned home yesterday afte being a patient in the Methodis Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, Russell -Phil lips, Sr., Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E. Black return* last night from two weeks spen at Lake Louise and Bannf. E.H.C MEETING NOTES Here we go again with those flirty -eyes. Specially good for summer wear are the permanently curled synthetic eyelashes. The bride's table held a cen terpiece of gladiola, spide mums and white baby mum and baby breath, and silve candelabras holding pink tapers The wedding cake, topped witl a miniature bride and groom and the punch bowl were place at each end of the table. Table covered w'th pink satin over laid with white net carried ou the color theme. Mrs. Pitzer served the cake assisted by Mrs. J. L. Westbrook Sr. Mrs. Shelbnrne Brewer servet the punch, assisted by Mis Cynthia Noro'sn. Miss Betty Eastwood served the coffee Kaye Brown was at the guesi book. For the wedding trip to the Smokey Mountains, the bride changed into a printed cotton of green voil, accented with an orchid from her bridal bouquet. No Duplicate On Saturday Winners at duplicate bridge played at Shamrock Lanes Thursday night were first place Bill McMath and Mrs. John Cherry; second place, Mrs. J.R. Stevenson and Lloyd Burcham; and third place, «' M. itandle and Mrs. S. E. Tune. There will not be a game Saturday. Master games will be played next Thursday and Saturday. | The Dogwood E.H. Club meet- ng of June 29 was called to or- ter by Mrs. Harry Lutes, president. Mrs. Robert McHaffey led the tate song. Devotional, "Grow- ng Toward God," was given by .Irs. J. Q. Hipp and prayer 'as led by Mrs... McHaffey. Roll call was answered by ie eight members describing their wedding dresses. A report on home furnishing ghting in the home was given y Mrs. Ira Koonce. Renting the club house and ie safety meeting at Hot prings on July 20-21; were the spies of business discussion. Eye openers were displayed. pillow made by Mrs. Lutes nd a serving kit and beach ag, made by, Mrs. McHaffey ere displayed. The door prize was won. by !rs. Mary Scrape. Mrs. Hipp and Mrs. McHaffey erved home made Cookies and :ed drinks. The meeting was djourned with the reading of [ie Club Creed. The Gosnell E. H. club met onday night, at the home of Irs. John Lariarlette. Fifteen members, a visitor, 'rs. Patsy Southpaw, and a new member, Mrs. A. P. Ford, were resent, Mrs. Christine Gentry opened e meeting with the Thought of e Month. . Mrs. Bula Moody led the grou song Mrs. Moody also ac- impanied the singing group on e piano. Mrs. P. H. Drew led the de- otional. Mrs. Talley Karnes led the ruup in prayer. Several eye openers were printed. Mrs. Leona Meehaum splayed a novelty gift wrap ir men. Mrs. Bess Grimes lowed an unusual toy poodle e made herself. Mrs. Larfarlette displayed atch stick plaque she made. Roll call was answered by each woman describing her wedding dress. Mrs. Mechaurn and Mrs Christine Gentry gave a repori on the LEhigh open house al which the ladies served the re freshments. They served over 590 people. Plans for an August picnic were discussed. They will be ENGAGED Mini Pitrici* AnA Newton ii engaged to Jerry Allen Whit*. They will bt be married Sept. 4. Miss Newton to Wed Jerry White September 4 The betrothal of Miss Patricia ,nn Newton to Jerry .Allen White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vlayo White, Little Rock, was nnounced by her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Harold C. Newton of iot Springs. ., .. Miss Newton is a junior in Air family Force Scene MRS. CHESTER SMITH LE 2-5592 N.C.O. Wives met Tuesday a irnoon, in the N.C.O. Clu with 12 members present f obo Day. Mrs. Lupe Rodriquez won th oor prize. Mrs. Odessa Tun all wor. the prize for bes ressed hobo and Mrs. Mar urrie was the worst dresset hobo. , ..--.. A business meeting will held next Tuesday and electio will be held. All members ar urged, to attend. Business Administration at the University of Arkansas, majoring in accounting. Mr. White is a senior In Busk ness Administration, majoring in finance at the University of Arkansas. Miss Newton is the granddaughter of Mrs. Connie Williamson and the late Mr. Henry Presnell. The wedding will take place on Sunday, Sept 4 at 2:30 in the afternoon. PLANS BEING MADE - Preparation is already underway for the Beta Sigma Phi fashion show which will be in August. Mrs. R. B. Zachry. publicity,, chairman; Mrs. Wil- liam Shaneyfelt, merchants and models chair.' man; Mrs. Billy Bowen, program chairman and Mrs. Clw Pope, door prize chairman, hertrgo over plans. (Courier News Photo) 1 NOTICE BlythevUle School District No. Board of Education hereby asks for sealed bid proposals to purchase the following proprty: A tract of land situated in the WH of NEtt of Section 28, Town- hip 16 North, Range 12 East, escribed as follows: Starting it the northeast corner of said ection, and run thence due South 1445.3 feet; thence West 727.9 feet to a point on thi orth boundary of a graded road which is hereby taken as point f beginning; thence North 79 _ «es 55' West a distance of 227 feet; thence South 10 de- grees West 210 feet; thence South 79 degrees 55' East 227 feet; thence North 10 degrees East 210 feet-to point of beginning, containing 1.C9 acres, more or less, on which the No. 9 school building and teacher- age are located. : Bids may be submitted in either, of three ways for all or part of the property: 1. For one building alone with a provision in it that it be removed from the property by some agreed on date; 2. For land alone; 3. Or for both building without land; 4. For both buildings and land. All bids are due in the Superintendent's Office, 614 Chickasawba, on or before the llth day of July, 19M. ""'-: The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information contact J. K. Williams, Superintendent of Schools. 7-2, 9 Mix flaked crabmeat with a little mayonnaise; pils on round crackers and top KS 01 ffith grated cheese. Place under the broiler until the cheese melts and serve to company with tomato juice cocktail as a first course. The crackers will re-crisp between the time you arrange the can- apes on a serving plate and Mng them to your guests. finalized at the next meeting. Elections were held to fill vacancies of two offices. Mrs. Lafarlette was Arts and Crfats Leader and Mrs. Moody was elected Discussion Leader. The meeting closed with the H. D. Creed being said after which the hostess served punch and cookies. The next meeting is July 25 at the home of Mrs. Paul Goodman. Mrs. Chester Smith honbn her son Michael with a par June 29, on his ninth birthda; Game prizes were won by Cint Byerly and Ricky Franklin. Special guest were Kay Bill and Tanya Phillips of Cm ha, Neb. . Cake, ice cream and favor were served the guests presen Sgt. and Mrs. Olin Thoma had as house guest, Sgt. an Mrs. George DeFore and fam ily. The Defores have just returned from a tour in England. They left here to visit thei family in San Antonio, Tex They will be stationed at Kees ler AFB, Miss. Sgt. and Mrs. Bill William have spent a month travelin through 12 states and visitin M-Sgt. and Mrs. Maynard Peea of Goldsboro, S. C. and the; parents in Evansville, Ind., an Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rener Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Jones. Sgt. and Mrs. James Marsh and family have been on a two. week vacation, visiting thei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sand ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Marsh in Fort Worth, Tex. Sgt. and Mrs. Lynn Franklin have just returned from a two week leave visiting their fami lies in Florence, Ala., Mrs. Este Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Franklin. Mrs. Dave Burch and children have returned home after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Floy Gwaltney ol Crain, Mo. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Snow spent two weeks in Newington, Va., visiting Sgt. Snow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Snow and Worcester, Mass., visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Nina Miller. Particularly effective to protect your hair from summer grime It this cool yellow silk wrap-up high- 'ighted.by softly draped tuck framing the face and back tic. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED M SECOND CLASS MAIL BlytHefllle courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. AM. 'If • 12316 Hirry W dalnei, PubUlhw 3rd at Walnut sti BljthewlJe. Ark. Published dally except aundu Second clan pan v , paid it Bly. thevllle. Ark. ROMS OtLtVEltT RATES In Blythtrllle tad ftowai la tbi Slythevllle trtdt territory O««T 300 o«r wttk BT MAIL FAYABU IN ADVANCB Within SO mllM or Binritrllle 17.00 per rear Mnre than SO miles from Bljtneftlu I19.M per yew C DRESS It's that time of year again .. .The Biggest Dress Sale in this Entire Area! Right at the beginning of the Summer Wearing Season Hays offers their entire stock of Spring and Summer Dresses (none witheld). Truly the finest selection of Ladies & Children's Dresses —All Nationally Advertised Lines in Girls, Junior Retires, Junior, Regular and Half Sizes. ••••••••••••••••••«•*•«•*•••••••**••••••••••••**•*•• Buy One At Regular Price—Get Another of Equal Price For Only •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••*«•••**•••••••••• Sale Starts Promptly At 8 A.M. Tuesday, July 5 Now Is The Time To Stock Your Dress Wardrobe At All Sales Final! No Refunds No Exchanges Alterations Extra

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