The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1966 · Page 2
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"(IA 31 Page Two - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier Newi - Thursday, July T, 1961 ; ^ — Society News — '"'Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Robinson \Miss- Mary Kay Stevens Ronald Robinson giiRpss Mary K»y Steven idalighter of Mr. arid Mrs. Joh JjJkjijStevens, Jr., of Dell, and L 1 "- J -'-' Allen Robinson, son c nd Mrs. E. F. Robinson c jijiwB Rock, were married : (the i First Methodist Church o Jiejljat three o'clock Saturda afternoon, June 11. E JiiffiB Wedding party had as th SitUng a background of WOCK Sraiidja, ferns, brass c a n d 1 """•" i, seven branche cane and brass candletree arrangements of whit -,.„.->- The white satin covered ipfl-Oieu garlanded with smilax jhjeldj an arrangement of elegance carnations and stephanot iliiir jptial music was presentee ••s. M. R. Griffin of Dell yy Wi f irs. Charles P. Kennett of rBornersville, Missouri, organ 3s(s;and Miss Jo Ella Todd of $iejl? soloist. Reverend William aJii!J^)gleman, pastor of the Sec- SjjSI Presbyterian Church in Lit- aeiijHocfc officiated at the dou- §>IKjting ceremony. ! bride, given ia marriage r father, wore a traditional g gown of silk peau and -,,,—-— lace. The fitted bodice featured a scooped neckline an 4ik(g; sleeves. A large laqe motif astiairste with pearls enhanced 3ft!Bi bodice as well as the'front .flfiilfhe bouffant, sheath skirt. A .3Elatj!bow topped the full length "cKa'p'el train. . Jcrown of pearls, lace and ...Kyjstals secured her triple 3feed veil of imported illusion, 'saiid ishe carried a cascade bou- ;3ejuefcof phaleanopsis orchids and stephanotis. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant, a gift of the groom. Miss Carolyn Hall of Monette, Mo., wa,-> Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Poliy Abbott and Miss Donna Kay 'Sanders of Blytheville, Miss Janice Russell of" Dell, and Miss Suzle Mosley of Mena. Junior Bridesmaid was Miss Suzan Scott of Memphis, cousin of the bride. The attendants wore identical floor length dresses of pink linen textured rayon faille fashioned vith a multi-colored empire >and and back panel of printed silk over the controlled straight kirt. The fitted bodice featured a scooped neckline and kabuki leeves. Their headpieces were circlets of matching pink fabric and featuring a short veil. They arried lavender cattleya or- hids styled with a background f moss velvet. The flower girl, Amber Ed- Wards of Kansas City, Mo., ousin of the bride, wore a *ite floor length organza dress ver soft green taffeta. She car- led a nose gay of white minja- ure carnations and baby's reath. E. F. Robinson served his son s best man. Groomsmen were red Favor of Washington, D. . Steve Pelphrey of Philadel- hia, Penn., Ken Matthews of onesboro and Dallas, Texas, Taylor Eubands of Big irings, Texas, Lt. Bill Eager Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, a. Ushers were Steve Stevens |f H E A T R E itf'pur Friendly Theatre IV'. OSCEOLA Phone PO 8-4461 ind BOb Stevens, brothers o the bride, Mr. Foster Merk o Fdrt Smith, and Lt. Taylor Bu banks. The mother of th« bride wore a two piece sea foam grten pure silk princess dress with Georgette cutwork outlining the sweetheart neckline of'the dress and jacket by Peggy Hunt originals of California with match' ing accessories. Her corsage was « cattleya orchid. The mother of the groom wore an Emma DOmb original of beige pure silk with a fitted jacket and three quarter length sleeves, accented with matching accessories. Her corsage was of yellow cymbidium orchids. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents which was decorated with bridal flower arrangements. White satin covered with ma- line and garlands of smilax caught up with gardenias formed the setting for the guest book table, presided over by Kay Jaggers and Carolyn Smith | of Blytheville. The bride's table cloth was' of white satin overlaid with maline. The table was centered with an arrangement of white snapdragons, roses, elegance carnations, and gypsophelia. Garlands of smilax were caught up with gardenias. The five tiered cake was topped with white, satin bells and was encircled with smilax and gardenias. Directly behind the table were matching five branch porcelain garlanded .with smilax .and gardenias. . Reception assistants were Mrs B. F. Scott of Memphis, Mrs. Lester Gil! of Osceola, Mrs. E. J. Edwards of Kansas City. Mrs. Noble Gill, Mrs. Russel Simpson, Mrs. Boyce Russell Mrs. Roy L i 111 e f i e 1 d, Mrs Charles Armstrong, Mrs. 0. E Hunnicutt, Mrs. R. G. Edwards Mrs. M. R. Griffin, Miss Debbie Russell, Miss Susan Littlefield, Miss Linda Loveless, Miss Ginny Kerner, Miss Winifred Welborn, Miss Sharon Loveless, Miss Linda Armstrong, and Miss Diane Armstrong. ''••'Alan Scott, John Edwards, Chris Scott, cousins of the couple, distributed rice bags to the guests. After a wedding trip along the Gulf coast, Lt. and Mrs. Robinson will be at home in Montgomery, Ala. at 3435 Audubon Road, where the groom is stationed with the Air Force ROTC National Headquarters. Out of town guests were from Tulsa, Okla.; Atlanta, Georgia; Philadelphia, Penn.; Washing- North Carolina; South Carolina; Little Rock; Fort Smith; Missouri; Tennessee; Alabama; Mississippi and various other towns in the Mid-South. The E. F. Robinsons of Little Rock, parents of the groom, entertained with the Rehersal Dinner at the Holiday Inn in Blytheville with approximately forty-four people attending. A cherub arrangement of Mrs. Audrie Igleheirt w a I admitted to Chlckasawba Hospital today'for surgery. Mrs. Lois Young, who was in* ured in an accident last Friday, Is in Chickasawba Hos- >ita, Room E-13. She can have visitors. [Bits 6f News! toMu ptrtoMU Miss Cook to Wed Nash iti August Mask Calms Irritated Skin For skin that irritates easily sk a cosmetician to recommend, a mask that quiets the ir- itation and calms the skin. It tays on only 10 minutes but oes the trick. Poach canned pears in a little ifou can keep a pound cake on and in the freezer for such use. f their syrup ip a skillet; add ots of grated lemon rind. Drain nd garnish the pear cavities vlth sprigs of parsley (stems ut Off); serve with roast leg of amb for a springtime Sunday Jiner. When you are simmering salmon steaks in water or court- bouillon, you'll teed to give them about 12 minutes cooking time. Serve the steaks chilled with homemade mayonaise for lunch or Sunday night supper. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bob Cook of UUnd, Mill., havt an- nounctd tht *ngaf*mint o their daughter, Mill Charline pllvlt Cook, .to Jam«i Franklin Naeh, ion of Mr, and MM. Rue •ell Franklin Nalh Of Wilion. Miss Cook Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, d. B. Barnette of Jackson and Mrs. John Samuel Cook and the late Mr. Cook of Loulie. The bride • elect graduated from Leland High School and U white snapdragons, roses, elegance carnations and gypsophel- ia centered, the head table. On other tables were matching three branched cherub candelabras garlanded with .smilax and gardenias with white taperi placed at intervals. Smilax arid gardenias were also used. Following "dinner the couple presented gifts to their attendants. U*. (to* SCOUT NEWS Clarence E. Long, of Blytht- ville Air Force Base, is leading U Scouti on a 12-day expedition over the trails of the Sangre de Criato mountains at Philmont Scout Range and Explorer Base. Philmont is the 214-square mile national camping irea of the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Long, who is • m I s t i 1 e mechanics, will supervise the group representing the Eastern Arkansas Council. While on the trail, the te?4, dition will participate in gold panning and mining, burro handling, geological and archeOlOgi- cal activities, horseback riding and wilderness conservation. a freshman at Mississippi Delta Junior College at Moorehead Mill, where the Is • member of the Businell Club. Mr. Nash U the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Naih of Dexter, Mo., uid of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Alexander of Wilson. He It a graduate of Wilion High School and a freshman at Misilislppi Delta Junior College Moorehead, Miss, The wedding will be solera. nlzed August 13 in the First Baptist Church in Leland. Mrs. Bunch Is Appointed Mrs. Patricia Bunch, lifl4 Word Lane, a biology teacher st Blytheville High Schbol, is one Of 40 teachers from through' out the United States who have been selected to attend a Summer Institute of Modern Botany nd Field Biology at Southeast Missouri State College. Hie Institute, which runs from June 13 to Aug. 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