The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1966 · Page 4
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Pig* roar - Blythtvfflt (Arfc.) Courier New - Tueidiy, July tt, 10M 3 — Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 DATE SET- August 26 is the date set for the wedding of Miss Rebecca Greenway and Julian Nicholas Walker, both of Blytha- ville. August Wedding Is Planned By Miss Rebecca Greenway The engagement of Miss Re.. becca Louellyn Greenway, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Greenway, to Julian Nich, olas Walker, Jr., son of Mr. • and Mrs. Julian Walker, has .' been announced by her parents. The bride-elect attended Gosnell High School where she was I a member of the pep club and ' band and was a majorette. She .'. was graduated from Blytheviile , High School. : Wesleyan Guild Holds Study : Group Meetings Wesleyan Service Guild of •; First Methodist Church assem- s bled in groups Monday to con" elude the study, "Then and Now," taken from the Book »f Acts. L Study Group I met at t h e I home of Mrs. James N. White. - Six members along with Mrs. . L. D Harris, Guild president, and a guest, Mrs Jack Ozment, , attended. ' Miss Delsie Stewart opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. White brought the • devotional. Mrs. T. R. Ivey had charge of the program. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Miss Greenway is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Cora Greenway of Dell and Mrs. H. R. Crawford and the late H. R. Crawford, Sr., of Bly- theviile. Mr. Walker is the grandson of Mr and Mrs. Harris Walker and the late Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Laymon of Dyersburg, Tenn. He is a graduate of Blythe- viile High School and is employed at West Cash and Carry. An August 26 wedding is being planned. Mrs. Jack Bishop was hostess to members of Study Group ' HI. Mrs. Jim Lum gave the devotional. The final chapter taken from Acts were presented by Miss Mary Hubler. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Jerry Hearn will host the next meeting. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytherllle Courier Nem BLYTHKVILLE. AKK Of - 72316 Harry W dairies, Pttbllllier 3rd at Walnut Sti Blytheviile Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class onstage paid at Bly- thertlle Ark HOME DELIVER? RATES In Blythevllle and towns tn thf Blytheviile trade territory Daily 30c oer week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles ot BlythevlUi $7.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blythevlllr I1S.60 per year Jaycettes Conduct Business Meet A business meeting was conducted when Blytheviile Jay- cettes assembled at the Jaycee Clubroom, Thursday evening. The group discussed the annual Jaycee - sponsored fish- fry set for July 14 and also planned Sunday's visit to Parkview Nursing Home where they mounted a plaque. Mrs. Frank Sparks was appointed as the club's historian and photographer and Mrs. Dick Hefner was named chairman of the yearbook. July 28 was the date announced for the white elephant sale to be heldat the clubroom. The public is invited to the sale which begins at 8 p.m. Hostess during the social hour CWF Groups Meet for Study Programs Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church held group meetings Monday for the study, "Disciples in Canada." The maple leaf, a symbol of Canada, an offering plate a crown and a cross were used in presenting the worship following the program. Faith Group met at the home of Mrs. Tannda Richardson at 2 o'clock. Eight members and two guests, Mrs. John White and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, CWF president, attended. Mrs. James Terry opened with the CWF prayer and then presented the program. She was assisted on the program by Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. W. C. Cobb, Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. Davis Cobb. Mrs. John McHaney assisted by Mrs. Cox had charge of the worship service. PLEDGE ?OWS-Mi«Ann MUler Chrislip and Cpl. Charles Michael Dale, both of Caruthersville, were married July 2 at a nuptial mass performed in Sacred Jeart Church. (Photo by Taylor) Miss Chrislip, Charles Dale Are Wed in Caruthersvilie Miss Ann Miller Chrislip, I die, and grandson, Mark, of of Mrs. Antonnete! Mascoutah, 111. Hostess to Hope Group yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock was Mrs. J. C. Ellis. A guest, Miss Susan Westridge, granddaughter of Mrs. J. D. Smith, was welcomed by :he six members in attendance. After a short business meet- ng, Mrs. C. L. Moore led the study using as her topic, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men." She was assisted by Mrs. secured by S. L. Dedman and Mrs. T "° McHaney. Chrislip of Charleston, W. Va., became the bride of Cpl. Charles Michael Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dale of Caruthersvilie, at a nuptial mass in Sacred Heart Church at Caruthersvilie on July 2. Father Robert Schumacher performed the 10 o'clock ceremony before an altar which was decorated with arrangements of white mums. Mrs. Robert Tillman presented organ music. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Nick Cook of Charleston, W. Va., wore an unadorned street - length dress of white. Her veil was a large circle of illusion, enhanced with embroidered motifs and edged in lace, bride on a re- •f° e | cent visit to Germany. She carried a bouquet of Following the worship given >y Mrs.'Dedman, the group dis- white roses. Bridesmaid was Miss Carol Pike of Memphis, who wore a missed with the CWF benedic- blue princess sty } ed gown and ' i ° n ; , , , carried a bouquet of pink car- The home of Mrs. R o b e r t Mitchell was the meeting place of Love Group at 7:30 p.m. The program with Mrs. Tom Patrick in charge was presented >y Mrs. Bill Fraser, Mrs. Cal- nations. David Pike of Memphis was best man. Ushers were Jim and Bill Dale, brothers of the groom. The bride's mother wore a blue suit with white accessories vin Goodman and Mrs. J. C. | complemented by a white rose Lowe. The worship was brought by Mrs. Vernon Strickland. corsage. The groom's mother was attired in a blue ensemble with was Mrs. Spark was prize. Curtis Corder. Mn awarded the doo Guests attending along withj™tching accessories and a the seven members were Mrs. ™ ""°° John White and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. Couple Honored On Anniversary The home of Col and Mr William G. Ivey was the settin Sunday evening followin church services for the celebn tion of Mr. and Mrs. F. E Howell's 54th wedding anniver sary. Among the 40 guests wer members of Northside Churc of Christ. Assorted party foods wer served buffet style. Mr. and Mrs. Howell resid at 700 West Highland. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 .Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. •*•««•««•«««**•••»*•«»«<««••««••*•».««••««••• LAST TIME TODAY Double Feature HOW TO MURDIR YOUR WIFl—Jaek Lemon DEAR BRIGITTE — James Stewart WED.-THUR.-FRI. Double Feature BusRiLEys ' BACK >, •in TOWN' ' .-..- COiM, \AIMnmlraMi Itormwtftftftfi fhtynft Plus Cartoon niotibi. picture! Mrs. J. J. Morgan was hostess to members of Charity Group when they met at her home at 8 p.m. last night. Mrs. Luella Hastings served as •worship leader and Miss Lela Beck presented the program. A social meeting. hour followed the Remember Pay Your Paper Boy white rose corsage. A reception was held in the school hall. The bride's table, covered with a white damask cloth, held a center arrangement of white daisies. A wedding cake was at on end of the table and an antiqu crystal punch service at the oth er end. Mrs. Dee Nichols and Mis_ Deanne Nichols, both of Micola served the cake and punch. Out of town guests, other than those hi the wedding party, wer David Christif of Louisville Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Gregory and sons, Joe and EC The couple will be at home at Millington, Tenn., where the groom is stationed with Marines. Bits of News •MOtaWltf ' JMftffltfMiW Mn. BUI Foster and Kay Jones will be in Little Rock, Friday and Saturday where Mrs. Foster will attend a meeting ol the Arkansas Federation of Republican Women at the Tower Building. Mrs. Foster is president of the association. Mrs. Leonard Johnson will leave tomorrow by plane for Eau Claire, Wise., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Condon Bush and daughter, Sarah. Mrs. S. E. Tune is visiting her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ryall Smith, in Orlando, Fla., for two weeks. Miss Jane Marble of Vicksburg, Miss., was a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McKenzie last week. She was accompanied home over the weekend by Ryall Tune. Mrs. Ben Harpole and daughter Ginger visited Mrs. Harpole's mother, Mrs. L. C. Lemond, in Trenton, Tenn., last week. A rehearsal supper was given by the bride's mother and uncle at Gwin's Cafe. The centerpiece was of white carnations and individual tables were decorated with white ribbon and greenery. Immediately following the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Dale, were hosts to a wedding luncheon at their home. the | Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra and daughter, Miss Marti Cua- Variety Club Entertained Variety Club members and guests were entertained Saturday evening at a monthly dance held at the Holiday Inn. Hosts and hostesses for the evening included Mr. and Mrs. Homer Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Chitmon. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brothers,. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brawley; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams r. and Mrs. Dennis Race. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David McWherter; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coalter, Gene Underwood, Eddie Carner, Miss Elaine Henson; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carner, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Worley. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2pm 7 Days a Week SHOWING TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY For: General Audience ADMISSION: Adults—$1.25; Children—75c DIRECT FROM ITS PREMIERE SHOWINGS. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS SPECIAL PRICES. NO'RESERVED SEATS. NOW EVERYONE CAN SEE THE MOST LOVERLY RMTmnCTUUOFmTIMEl! Winnerrie Academy Awards iKWing "The coolest and most enjoyable spot in town is the Ritz Theatre" Shows Start at 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. PLUS CARTOON COMING SOON TO THE RITZ DR. GOLDFOOT & BIKINI MACHINE - With FraaMe Anlon THE SINGING NUN - With Debbie Reynolda BOX, DID I GET A WRONG NUMBER - With Bob Hop* LAST OF SECRET AGENTS — with Marty Allen & Steve Howl FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX — with James SUwurt THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN - with Don Knott« RABESQ.UE — with Gregory Peck & Sophia Loren TAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Aiin-Mtrfret WALK, DON'T RUN — with Cary Grant Mrs. Melvin Gibbs and granddaughter, Donna, of Lufkin, Tex., are visiting her sister, Mrs J. P. Friend, and Mr. Friend, and her mother, Mrs. W. R. Brown, who is .a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. dra, were in Fort Branch, Ind., over the weekend. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hughes yesterday afternoon at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Michale Craig n. The couple have another child, Michelle, 4 years. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Regenold Hughes of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coates of Armorel . Howard Freeman of Tomato was listed on the spring semester dean's list at Evangel Col- > lege in Springfield, Mo. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freeman. Dr Frank Luckett has returned to his home in Helena after spending the weekend with his. mother, Mrs. J: A. Luckett and • sister, Neal Luckett. Ray Dudley, who was injured in a fire last week, remains in critical condition at the William F. Bowld Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Dudley is with him. Mrs. Pauline Emerson and three children of Roseville, Calif and Mrs. Christine Victory and children of Mountain View, Calif are guests here of their sister Mrs. Floyd Ash of Yarbro, who is a patient in Chickasawba j Hospital. They also plan to visit i with their father, W. E. Martin, j in Marston, Mb., before returning home. Mrs. Lucinda Dunavant is reported to be seriously ill in Chickasawba Hospital. S h e is not allowed visitors. Mrs. C. E. Edds is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Hrt. PMri fto* «MW« ft, Ttan.. • fcnmr rtHdmt, M in Blyttwilte over tt* week «ad viiiUog Wendi. Mrs. E. M. ftBMtt and chB. dren Tommy* and Kann of Birmingham are viiitinf her mother, Mn. CliarlN Naweoinb. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today THE SINGING NUN" With Debbie Reynolds WED. thru SAT. PLUS PLUS "BATTLE OF THE DRAG RACERS' Drive-In Theatre 1 MU« So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today "I SAW WHAT YOU DID" "GOODBYE CHARLIE" WED. & THURS. FCAruGRai Lesue CATof ffATHeRGoose'i PLUS CARTOON Corlood — $1.00 301 West Main HALF PRICE SALE -NOW GOING ON- Come Get Your Share Of Quality Wardrobes At Only HALF The REGULAR PRICE You Clean Up! We Clean Out! Your Fashion Dollar is Worth More DRESS SALE Complete Your Summer Wardrobe Now From Our Fine Selection At Tremendous Savings. All Nationally Advertised Brands. 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