The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1966 · Page 3
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oaumr ntwi - nunuy, juqr T, nw« WED—Miss Phyllis Jean Cameron and Gary C. McGhee were married in the First .'.', Nazerine Church. Phyllis Jean Cameron Weds Gary C McGhee The marriage of Miss Phyllis Jean Cameron, daughter of William M. Cameron of Chicago, 111., and the late Mrs. Imogene Cameron, to Gary C. McGhee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow McGhee, 2333 Carylon Street, was solemnized at the • F i r s t Church of the Nazerine at 2 o'clock June 25. Rev. Glenn Bounds performed ,'the ceremony. 5 Mrs. Charles Enderson, or'* ganist, and her husband, Charles Enderson, vocalist, of West Memphis, provided the music. Mrs. Ervel Harvison was the bride's attendant. She wore a blue, silk, empire waist dress. John Palmer gave his niece 'in marriage. The bride wore a traditional, - white ballerina length white •; dress overlaid with white lace. She carried a bridal bouquet of white carnations, . ;, Ervet Harvison was:the best man. r The reception was held at the 'Rev. Powell Is Graduated Rev. Larry D. Powell of Keiser, recently was graduated from the Candler School of Theology, Emory University. He received a bachelor of divinity degree with honors. While a student at Emory, Rev. Powell was pastor of the Methodist Church at White Plains, Ga. He is now preach' ing at Keiser in the Arkansas Conference. home of Mrs. Hilda Lee, sister of the groom. Mrs. Lee and Mrs. John Palmer assisted at the reception. Mrs. Lee served the cake, Mrs. Palmer served the punch; Mr: and Mrs. McGhee will make their home at 2333 Carylon. Phone FO 8-4461 Manila WSCS; Met Tuesday The Woman's Society of Christian Service of: Manila F i r s t Methodist Church met at the church Tuesday afternoon, July 5 with ten members present. Mrs. W. M. Davidson, program chairman, led the program using an article written by Mrs! Laura Jean Brooks, a past president of the Woman's Division of Christian Service of the Board of Missions, entitled "A Sense of Awareness." Mrs. J. 0. Roak opened the program with a prayer. Mrs. Davidson closed her program with a prayer. ;. "''... : ' Mrs. Glenn Holmes, president, presided at the business meeting which followed. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. After the business was taken care of, Mrs. Clyde Milligan, hostess, assisted by Mrs. Vaughn L. Shownes, served ice cream sodas and cookies. Air Force Family Scene Mn. Cheiter Smith, LE WSM The following births have jeen" reported at the Air Base Hospital: 'A boy to A.1C. and Mrs. Josiah White on June 23; A girl to A.1C. and Mrs. John Earth on June 23; A girl to S-M-S Wilby C. Milton on June 25; A girl to A.1C. and Mrs. James A. Anthony on June 25; A girl to O.S.I, agent and Mrs. Gerald A. Home on June 28; A boy to 1st Lt. and Mrs. David J.. Hur on June 28; A boy to A.1C. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith on June. SO; A boy to M-Sgt. and Mrs. Henry A. Murray on July 1; A girl to A.1C. and Mrs. Henry Hayles on July 3. M-Sgt. L*s Kegg taking first place. A sudden death playoff for runner-up between Chief Zielinski and Lou Alemam left Allemann taking the runner-up position. The first place winner M-Sgt. Less and Mrs Kegg will leave the base with their family July 15 for tbeir new assignment at Verona, Italy. Sgt. and Mrs. Albert Slaven visited with M-Sgt. and Mr«. Henry Mann of .Cape Glrardeau Saturday. Sgt. and Mrs. Slavens will leave the base July 8 for their new assignment in Orlando, Fla. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Water Dermody left for New York where they will attend the wedding of ... t . „ . , a niece. Then they plan to visit I !"<> Mrs. Leonard Murphy of .. * ... « . ' Pacilfnofcuile \nrt .Im/ i Mrs. Author Lavallee and sister Roberta from West Warwick, R. I. •; M-Sgt. 'and Mrs,, Gerald Me- Daniel had as their guest over ttie holiday, her father, Chester Burcham of Senath, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of Kennett, Mo. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Harold'Cott- rell visited with her family, Mr. in Massachusettes Dermody's parents. with Sgt Caruthersvile, Mo., Juy 4. Tech-Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond Lavallee had as their guest, for a week, bis parents, Mr. and The Air Base Golf Championship was held tiiis weekend with Manila B&PW Install Officers The Manila Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday night, June 27, at the Pizza House in Blytheville for their regular dinner meeting and installation of officers. Fourteen members were present, with one guest, Miss Bernice Davis. Mrs. Lucie Hornberger installed the following of- :icers for the 1966-67 year: iresident, Mrs. Alice Stanford; first vice president, Mrs. Elvina Bellinger; second vice president, Mrs. Violetta Davis; recording secretary, Mrs. Madge Brown; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Lucie Hornberger; and treasurer, Mrs. Omega Decker. Mrs. Daisy Brewer, the retiring president, was given a past president's pen by the club. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Marie Cullins and Mrs. Geraldine Pierce. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Alice Stanford and Mrs. Lorene Shelton. CARD OF THANKS ArJiJl 8 en ^ me ™ta l shlp of First Baptist Church of Dell, Arkansas, joins with the Eoff family in expressing our sincere appreciation to the many friends who have given I « Si T, church Muslc Departmet in memory of Ben if"'- 10wing b a Iist ° f those who have «nt memorial Mr and Mrs. Curtis Boren, Mr. and Mrs. Dub Boren, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bishop Mr and Mrs. Wade Eoff, Mr. and Mrs Rayford Eoff, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. T. w. Thaxton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Leming, Mr. r.nd Mrs. Charles Blair, Mr and Mrs. Winford Gray, Mr. and Ms. T R Eoff Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Veach, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Baugher, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Ruff Lewis,.Mi-, and Mrs. Roy Veach, Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Canamore and Yvonne, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hunnl- cutt, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bai.'igher, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Etchison. Mr. Dickie Jackson, Serg.-Maj. and Mrs. Ted King Serg.-Maj. and Mrs. John King, Mr. Farmer Jackson, Sr, Mr. A. B. Smith, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Jr Mr. Curtis Anderson, Young Peoples, Intermediate, and Junior Girls Sunday School Classes of Dell Baptist Church The Walter Dyre family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Toff, The E. H Prewett family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Austin, Mr. and Mr*. W. L. Welborn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ragan, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Eoff, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur EofI, and Derby Assembly of God Church of Derby, Kansas. To each one we say sincerely, "Thank You." Your kindness and *houghtfulness has made our sorrow and loss a little easier to bear. May Ood richly bless each of you. Mrs. Edith Eoff, Rickey Eoff, & Cathey Eoff First Baptist Church of Dell J. C. Smith, Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G, Odom and daughter Melissa Kay recently returned to Blytheville to make their home, after a seven year tour of duty with the Air Force, " - . ••.-'• .•••' "$** They were stationed I yean at} Dow, AFB, Banter, Maine. Before going to Maine, they served a tour of duty in Guam. He was formerly stationed at Blytheville, AFB. , Mrs. Odem was the (upper Janet Kay Williams, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Virgil . Hams of Blytheville. , T jj .'! When you are making a*~rjc« and raisin pudding, 1 raisins about half an hour'; J*fore the pudding is ready. WMBi raisins are cooked for a. fang time in the mixture, they^are a tendency to curdle it. JULY CLEARANCE SALE Women's Dress & Casuals SHOES .... Values to 10.99 1 Group Women's Dress SHOES - - 1 Rack Women's FLATS And SANDALS Now I OH $|99 NOW All Purses -25% Off ALL SALES CASH & FINAL ) f BOO auls ^ w . BOOTERY Mate PO 3-7991; Blytheville i. Young women who like sports may miss the boat when choosing a career. 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