Blythcville Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, November 11, I3CT - Page Flvf Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wendell Duncan SharonDunnBecomes Brideof Jerry Duncan First Baptist Church in Ca- ruliiersville was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sharon Virginia Dunn and Jerry Wendell Duncan ot Memphis, Oct. 28. Rev. Howard Ray officiated. Mrs. Paul Carmean played wedding marches and accompanied Mrs. William Bates, of St. Louis. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Roby S. Dunn of Caruthersville and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Duncan of Petros, Tenn. Two candelabra, each holding seven green tapers, were on each side of the altar, flanked by baskets of white gladoli, tied with white satin ribbon. The couple said their vows under a wrough iro arch, entwined with greenery. Pews were decorated w i t n white satin bows and greenery. Candlelighters were Randall and Ricky Scott. Tiie bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of bridal satin, fashioned with a round neckline long sleeves ending in petal points over the hands and a chapel train which fell from the shoulders. Her waist - length veil was attached to a large white rose. Her bouquet was a white orchid, surrounded by white carnations. Matron of honor was Mrs Barry Coker, of Memphis, anc bridesmaids were Mrs. Barbarr Brown of Caruthersville and Miss Myra Byran of Memphis They wore floor-lengHi gowns of apricot colored crepe, fash ioned with empire waist, with velvet ribbon outlining the bod ice, ending with a bow in the back with long streamers. The bodice featured a roum neck, short puffed sleeves and tiny covered buttons down the back. Their short apricot veils were attached to a comb. Shoes dyed to match their dresses completed their ensembles. They carried bouquets of, yellow and brown mums tied with brown satin ribbon. Nan Swindle was flower girl. Her floor-length dress of white brocade was styled with empire waist and short sleeves. She had a small white bow in her hair and dropped rose petals from a white lace basket. Joe Inderbitzen of Memphis served Mr. Duncan as best man Ushers were Joe D. Henry uf Little Rock and Tom Crutcher of Memphis. Mrs; Dunn, mother of the bride, wore a white double-knit sheath dress, white hat and liz- zard shoes and bag to match. Mrs. Duncan, the groom's mother, was attired in a green double-knit sheath gown. She wore a multi-colored hat, complemented with black accessories. Their corsages were yellow and white carnations. A reception was held following Kie ceremony. The bride's table, covered with a white linen cloth, was centered with white lilies and green candles. A cake, decorated with melon colored roses, topped with a miniature bride and groom, wu Society News Phyllis Reed,. Society Editor Coming Event* Bits oi News at one end of the table and crystal punch service was at ft other end. Mrs.Rommie Back of War dell and Mrs. W i n b o r n Wi liams of Nashville, served th cake and punch. Miss Marcia Boyette presided at the guestbook. Out - of - town guests were Mrs. Charles McNab, Sevierville, Tenn.; Miss Judy Duncan, Petros, Tenn.; William Bates, St. "Louis; Jim Myer, Phillip G. pathcote, Miss Quida Dexter, Miss Pam Whitaker Harold Turner, Barry Coker, ill of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn were ,iosts to a rehearsal supper in heir home Friday evening. At this time the bride pre- her attendants with Monday „..,. Street Methodist W.SCS Blytheville Little Theatre V p.m. Blytheville Hairdressers ac-cttes E. H Club C.WF Circle of First Christian Church Altrusa Club of Blytheville 7 ,m American Legion Auxiliary 8 i.m Little Hut Dell Baptist W.MU Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club. TOPS Club Contract Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Armorel-ettes E. H Club B & PW Club Burdette P.TA Sudbury P.TA ..ange P.TA Officers Wives Club, Blytheville High School P.TA Yarbro E H Club Wednesday Great Books Club. 97th ARS Wives Club. Down One Bridge Club. Thursday R&M Club, Mrs. Phillip Applebaum 6:45 p.m Duplicate Bridge League Thursday Club Plat Lake E. H Club Thursday Supper Club. Culbertson E. H Club Friday Friday Bridge Club, hapter N, P.EO Saturday Duplicate Bridge League, Sham ock Lanes 1:15 p.m Mr. and Mrs. Denny Minton and sons Danny and Bobby Joe of North Carolina are the week. .end guests of her mother, Mrs ' C. S. Birmingham, and Mr. Sir! mlngham. Mr. and Mrs. Don Coaltcr and sons of Nashville, Ark.,, will arrive today to spend the week- id with her parents, Mr. and In. J. W. Meyer, and Bobbie E.H.C. Meeting Notes Society Has Meeting Nazarene World Missions So icty met Wednesday night a he church for their regulai monthly meeting. Mrs. Roy Gaines was in barge of the program in t!ie bsence of the president, Mrs Harold Thompson. Opening prayer was given bj Rev. W., R. Donaldson, formei astor of the church. Mrs. Elva Lawrence gave th, devotional taken from the 28tl chapter of Matthew and thi irst chapter of Acts. Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell gavi he study on the work in Brazil Closing prayer was by Rev, Donaldson. TIME HONORED — Ark-Mo Power President Charles Czescfiin presents Jess Davis a watch commemorating his 25 years with the company. Davis was one of six men honored at an awards banquet at the Holiday Inn Thursday night. Others receiving watches were Roy Goodman, C. G. Scherer, J. M. Horton, Ulice Nichols and Wlidie Stiles. Forty-seven employes were honored by Czeschin. Those honored represented 850 years of service with the company. Mrs. Coalter Is Hostess To Alpha Delta Chapter \ Mrs. Elliot Hosts Club Guild Officers Elected Dogwood Extension Home makers Club met Wednesday for an all-day workshop and po .uck lunch. Mrs. Harry Lutes, presiden presided over the business mee' ing- Mrs. Lutes appointed a norm rating committee consisting o Mrs. Mary Scrape, Mrs. Bob Scott and Mrs. Ed Bunch. Mrs. Scott gave a leaders re port on the core of dip-dry cloth' tog- Christmas decorations and a three-arm hole dress were shown by Mrs. B A Bugg as an eye-opener. During the workshop Mrs. Robert Simmons gave a demonstration on making tote bags out of chair webbing. She also showed the group how to make place mats using iron-on Pellon. Mrs, Ben Grain gave a demonstration on how to make grapes out of fried marbles. Mrs. Jeff Russell gave a demonstration on liquid embroidery and gave each member a design to paint. Mrs. Simmons won the door prize A Christmas party will be held at the clubhouse Dec. 13 Charlotte Bates Will Be Honored Charlotte Bates will celebrat her 13tb birthday with a sur irise party tonight in the horn of Mrs. John W. Bates. Host and hostess will be Don Copeland and Debbie Pottell. The family room of the home will be decorated with red, white and blue streamers. The serving table will be covered with a floral cloth and centered with an arrangement of while carnations. Punch and cake will be served the guests. PTA Reports Sudbury Parent - Teacher Association will have its annual Father's Night Tuesday Nov. 14 at 7:30 preceded by an executive board meeting at 7 p.m Major Caldwell, YMCA director, will be the guest speaker. All parents have been urged to attend. Lange School Parent • Teacher Association will hold it's annual Father's Night Tuesday at 7 p.m in the cafetorium Dr. W. T. Rainwater will be the speaker. A nursery will be provided. Following the meeting, open house will be held so that parents may visit their children's! room and visit the teachers. i All parents have been urged \ to attend. Mrs. Bill Williams was elected president of Lutheran Women's Guild at the business meeting Thursday. Other officers chosen to serve with her in 1968 are Mrs. Charles Wildy, vice president; Mrs. Fred DeCuir, secretary; Mrs. Don Prevallet, treasurer and Mrs. Erich Lehmann, reporter. Mrs. Richard Grammes presided at the meeting when new by-laws were presented for study by the members. The group decided to purchase a book for the church library, "Wonderful World of Music," a history of music for beginners, by Benjamin Britton. Mrs. Prevallet presented the devotion, "Songs in the Night." Mrs. Narsh Benson served as organist for the hymn, "To Our Redeemer's Glorious Name." Mrs. F. G. Reichel was hostess for the meeting. Class Meets For Social Adult Training Union Class of Memorial Baptist Chapel held a pot luck supper and social n the church last night. Sixteen members attended. John Cherry offered prayer. Following the dinner, t'lie remainder of the evening was spent socially. Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held it's monthly jusiness and program meeting Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Charles Coalter with 12 members present. Mrs. Billy Bowen, president >resided over the meeting which w.as opened by repeating he opening ritual. Mrs. Mike Kenner presented the program on "Interpretation of Love" and "Love's Miracle In Marriage." Mrs. Roland Steward, budget chairman, presented the budget for the coming year. It was announced that the Harvest Dance for all Beta Sigma Phi city chapters will be held Nov. 18 at the Jaycee Building. The chapter voted to make a donation to the Mississippi Coun,y Tuberculosis Association, and Vlrs. Steward, service chairman announced that a basket will be given to the patients at Park, view Nursing Home for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Bowen gave the pledge ritual to two new pledges. She was assisted by Mrs. Curtis Cor der. New pledges are Mrs Roland Warrington and Mrs. Bill Ward. Mrs. Jesse R. Coalter also was welcomed as a re-instated member. Mrs. Charles Coaltcr, ways and means chairman, announced plans for various projects for the coining year, j The meeting was closed by repeating the closing ritual. Refreshments of cake, coffee and iced drinks were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be a card party, at the Rustic Inn with Deloris Rodgers as host- JSS. Eastside Garden Club met in ] the home of Mrs. C. C. Elliot! ,Tuesday with 16 members and' i three guest, Mrs. N. S. Patterson, Mrs. Lilly Elaylock and Mrs. Gerald Robertson, present, j Mrs. C. M. Abbott opened the i I meeting with prayer. j ] President. Mrs. B. A. Bugg !was in charge of the business meeting. j Mrs. Ivcrson Morris, leader of the month, gave the program. The December meeting will i !be the club's annual Christmas Party in the home of Mrs. Bugg The hostess served punch and cake. I A few frankfurters leftover? I Slice them and add to those canned baked beans you're heating. Minced parsley—quite a bit of it—is an excellent addition to condensed cream of celery soup. When a recipe calls for 2 cups of cooked prunes, count on using Vz pound prunes. "HEADHUNTER" HAIRSTYLING 2005 W. Alain NOV. SPECIAL JflftO!) Complete i& 1,ANDYS EASLEY CAROL HARRINGTON fi/yt/ieyi/Je Courier News Birthday Celebrated Leigh Westbrook celebrated her ninth birthday Wednesday with a party at Walker Park Roller Dreme with 26 guests present. Game winners were Lisa Westbrook and Kathy Rothrock. Leigh is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook Jr. LUTRICIA It Now With Martha Rose Beauty Shop For Appt Call PO 3-0550 Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "WATERHOLE No. 3" With James Coburn SUN. • MON.* TUES. 'Up the Down Staircase" Starring Sand£ D«nnl» Academy Award Winner SATURDAY AND SUNDAY DOUBLE FEATURE 1 HE ACADEMY AWARD WIKSEH! 6 •BIST TOTUfiF 5 £ASlMAfiCOtOR t IMIU MTISIS UPIRT miw OPENS 6:45; SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 will he open only on Friday, Saturday & S-jrulny. For the remainder of the season, the Drive-In REVIVAL CARROLT, EVANS EVANGELIST P u B L I C I N V 1 T E D RED JOHNSON SONG LEADER NOVEMBER 13th THROUGH 19th Services Doily at: 9:30 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. GOSNELL BAPTIST CHURCH nUHING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. Me - Children Mr. Mem. thru Thlirs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission <0c & 35c. I-r.«-_y, Saturday & Sunday, SHow continous from 2 p.m. Slic & Me. LAST TIME TODAY (A) "BONNff AND CLYDE" — with Warren Beatty & Faye Dunov/ay SUN. • MON. « TUES. (A-MY) You arc cordially invited to enjoy a perfectl elegant case of murder! COMING SOON TO THE H1TZ ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO — With Ucan Hnrlln & Jean Simmons CLAMBAKE — With Elvis Presley HAWAII — With Julie Andrews & Mu Von Sydow o. I - With James Coburn * Joan BlondcU"
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