The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1967 · Page 4
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Page four - BlylheviHe (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, November 21, 196T Society News Phyllis Ueed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 jBits of News n m | mottlu nerional = Beta Sigma Phi Has Harvest Dance Saturday The Blytheville Beta Sigma i and Mrs. Billy Bowen, Mr. and Phi City Council entertained Mrs. Roland Steward, Mr. and Miss Francis Fendler, daugh- . , tcr of Mr and Mrs Os car. with a Harvest Dance on Nov. \ Mrs. Alvis Harris Si 1 .; Fendler, will arrive home from J18 at the Jaycee Building. " ..... ' "-- """ The Lausanne School in Mem- The room was decorated in phis to spend «ic Thanksgiving | fall colors of bronze, brown and MARRIED - Miss Shirley Hurst and Larry Joe McKenzie were united in marriage Nov. 4 at Calvary Bap- tist Church. They are now making their home in Holland, Mo. holidays with her family. Those attending the recent Ed Cooke reunion in Crowder, Miss., were Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Batchelor of Upland, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, gold. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kenner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coalter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Corder, Deloris The tables were centered with ! Rodgers, and Paul Kenner, Mrs. white cloths with decorations of! Edrie Gaines and escort, Mr. brown and gold on the sides and arrangements of autumn leaves interspersed with tur- and Mrs. Leon Meador; Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beckman, Juliana, Mrs.l"^ and P"B rlms Mrs Inhnl ments of corn Mis. J.onn , . . .. S L McNair P iacea , ,, , .; '„ ', . ,, The serving table was and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Me- *>-Nair, all of Blytheville, and crM . wa l a . Terry Mike McHaffey and Miss Miss Shirley Hurst became the bride of Larry Joe McKenzie in a double-ring ceremony, Nov. 4, at Calvary Baptist Church. The ' bridesmaid carried a pink and white carnation. Jack McKenzie of Claypool served his brother as best man. Groomsman was Larry D. Rev Ralph Buckley of St. istrange of Knoxville, Tenn. Louis, officiated. | Mrs. Bill Hurst, mother of Parents of the couple are Mr. > the bride, wore a knitted olive and Mrs. Bill Hurst of Blytheville and Mr. and M" .Joe McKenzie of Claypool, Ind. Candles and iloral decorations were used at'the altar Candlelighters and ushers were Bruce Jones and Jack Forest, both of Blytheville Air Force Base. green suit featuring straight lines. Her accessories were broWn. Mrs. Joe McKenzie, mother of the groom, wore a blue wool crepe sheath dress with black accessories. Both mothers were presented white carnation corsages. enzie surrounded the serving table. Miss Karen Batton was in charge of the guest book. Assisting in serving were Lin- Ida Jennings, Brenda Merritt ! and Jeanie Hatchell, all of Bernie. Following their wedding trip to Indiana, the couple are at home in Holland, Mo. Out-of-town guests were from Indiana, Missouri and Illinois. Wedding music was presented I A reception was held immed- by Mrs.' F. L. Patrick and Mr. lately following the ceremony Francis M. Nordeen was voca-1 in the fellowship hall of the list. j church. The bride, given in marriage Mrs. Nola Jennings of Bernie, hy her father, wore a floor- length gown of peau de seau v. .ni an overlay of lace and seed pearls. The dress was designed and made by Mrs. Melvin Morrow. The bride's headpiece was a peau de sole covered crown j with seed pearls of bridal illu- j sion that fell into a finger-tip veil. Mo., was in charge of the reception. Pink and white carnations Birthday Is Celebrated Martin Ward celebrated his . ninth birthday with, a party Sun The bridal bouquet featured j day afternoon at Walked Park five white carnations in a cir-' Roller Drome. Nineteen guests attended and cular effect. Her only accessory was a tiny drop pearl necklace, a gift of 1hc groom. Hiss Charlene C. Hurst at- of honor. Miss Cynthia R. Nordeen was the bridesmaid. game winners were Berry Bevins and Joe Carter. Martin is.the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Ward. length gowns that featured em pire lines. The bodice was a deep maroon velvet with a belled skirt of shocking pink peau de seau. Their headpieces were pill box hats covered with maroon velvet with maroon illusion. Miss Cynthia Nordeen made and designed the gowns and headpieces. The maid of honor carried a bouquet of four pink carnations and a white carnation. Presbyterians .."{Plan Tgiving Services First Presbyterian Church will hold Thanksgiving morning services in their new church at Highland and Tenth. Services, which are open to the public, will begin at 9:30. The chancel choir, under the direction of Ronnie Miller, will offer, "Now Tiiank We All Our God." All Are Welcome To Attend CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Thanksgiving Day Services Thursday, November 23-11 a.m. Women's Club Building 1416 W. Main St. Blytheville, Ark. The Christian Science Society of Blytheville League Will Not Meet The Lutheran Women's Missionary League will not meel this Thursday, due to Thanks, giving. Melody White Celebrates Birthday Melody White celebrated her eighth birthday Monday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome with 15 guests attending. Terri Pough and Melody White were game winners. Melody is the daughter of Mrs. Jack White. Sharon McNair State University. of Arkansas Coming Events Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Contract Club Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Airmen's Wives Club Blytheville Junior High PTA, 3 p.m., Executive board 2:30 p.m. African Violet Club Wednesday Down One Bridge Club Lange PTA Town and Country E. H. Club Armorel WMU, 7:30 p.m. Clear Lake Baptist WMU Thursday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes Thursday Club Biytheville Jaycettes, Jaycee Clubroom Golden Age Club, 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary an arrangement of leaves, fruit Arrange- ! Mr. and Mrs. Rex Metzger, Mr. were | and Mrs. Marvin Lipford, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelley and cov- Mr. and Mrs. Leland Riddel!, held Guests attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Gail Wilf, Mr. and and turkey. Guests were registered Mrs. Curtis Corder, dance chair man, and Mrs. Quincy Hodge, city council president. Members of the Beta Sigma , Mrs. Shirley Hipp, Mr. and by i Mrs. Roy Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Allen; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garner, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mo Phi Chapters attending were: jLeod, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ken( Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Cook, Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph JMr. and Mrs. Cleo Pope, Mr. iDickerson and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Westbrook, Mr.:Bill Schafer.- IN AND AROUND — Bl YJHEVil I E"" Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pulley of i Wednesday. Blytheville, were called to Jackson, Tenn., due to the ser- Mrs. Claud Duncan was dismissed Sunday from Doctors Hospital. Mrs. Clydia Young was dis- Family Service Coffee Is Held Recently The members of the Welcom-1 Special guests were Mrs. ing, Emergency and Publicity | Ralph Holland, Mrs. Eugene 'committees were hostesses for I Minietta, Mrs. James Alexana Family Service Awards Cof-|der, Mrs. Frank Scurlock and fee held Nov. 9 at 1:30 p.m. in Kingsley Hall Service Club. The coordinator, Mrs. Merlin Purvey, called the meeting to 'by Major Berry to Mrs. John order and introduced Maj. William Berry, Lt. Gary Morris and SSgt. John Rupp, members of the Personal Affairs Office. ious illness of his mother, Mrs. Fannie Pulley. , . Mrs. Lizzie Privelt of Blythe- missed Tuesday from Chicka- ville is also with her mother, j sawba Hospital. Mrs. Pulley. Mrs - Etllel Webb of Chi- Mrs Bill Estes of Blytheville cago, who is visiting her sister, is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Anna Ashabranner, was Mrs. Alva Brinkley, at Tucker- dismissed Friday from Chicka- man . i sawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Niles Willing- Mr. and Mrs. John Hale and ham have moved from Kenneth son of Obion, Tenn., spent Tues- to Blytheville 'day with Mrs. J. 0. Huey. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cox Mrs. Raymond Talley was in moved to Cooler, Mo., from Memphis Sunday to visit Susie Gosnell last week. : Wilson, who is a patient in a Mrs. Bill Austin of Dogwood hospital there. She was accom- and her mother, Mrs. A. L. Neel panied by Mrs. Wilson, Susie's of Hayti, Mo., are visiting mother, friends and relatives in Omaha, j Mrs. Mable S h e r m, a n of Neb. i Haynesville, La., left Monday Mrs. Melvin Estep of Jones-' after a visit with her parents, boro entered Doctors Hospital Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kennedy. [Friday to undergo major sur-, Mrs. M?.tt:e Eyrum cfl.trora 'gery. 'underwent major surgery in Mrs. Sandra Courtney re- Memphis' Methodist Hospital turned recently from a visit to i Wednesday. Hawaii where she spent a week! Mrs. E. P. Aldridge of Sikcs- with her husband, Larry Court-'ton spent the weekend with ney, who was on leave from .Miss Ann Nance. She left Mon- Vietnam. jday for Maury City, Tenn., to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bearden ] visit Mrs. Vesler Cleek and Mrs and Mr: and Mrs. James Bearden and son, Kindall, visited Sun day with their mother, Mrs. Bes- William Hall. Mrs. Bettie Elam of Tella- homa, Tenn., arrived Thursday Circle Seven Has Meeting Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church met Monday night in the home of Mrs. Johnny Baxter. Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs. Mary Kitterman, were present. Mrs. Robert Stiles was program chairman. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Stiles, Dec. 11 with Mrs. Earl Day as co- hostess. sie Bearden, and sister, Mrs. f or a three-week visit with her j Jessie Steinkamp, 'and family, j sister, Mrs. J. H. Jones, Mr. 'all of Caraway. Mrs. L. Jack Obus. Family Service Certificates Scott and Dearene McCann of Collierville, Tenn., spent the of Appreciation were presented weekend with their grandpar- E.H.C. Meeting Notes Flatlake Extension Homemakers Club met Thursday for a Thanksgiving dinner and meeting. Mrs. Jack Greishammer and Mrs. Bertie Hawks were hostesses. The clubhouse was decorated in a Thanksgiving theme. Seventeen members and three new members, Mrs. M. S. Edwards, Mrs. Bart Walden and Mrs. Bill Woods, were present. Six guests, Mrs. L. T. Wood, Mrs. W. J. Willingham, Mrs. Virgil Hill, Mrs. Viola Buchanan, Mrs. Freddie Snyder and Mrs. Laura Reichel were present. The meeting was opened by Mrs. C. T. Davis giving the thought of the month. Mrs. Viola Morris led the group in singing and Mrs. C. M. Abbott gave the H»votional. Roll call was answered by members and guests telling what their family enjoyed doing together. Eye-openers were shown by Rupp, Mrs. Ralph Seed and Mrs. Robert Wiedlund. Lieutenant . Morris awarded the 500-Hour Guard to Mrs. Ralph Steed and the 250-Hour Guard to Mrs. Rupp and Mrs. Roy Tabler and a 100-Hour Guard to Mrs. Ray Tail. Mrs. Charles B i n y o n was awarded a five-year stripe, Mrs. Larry Maronde and Mrs. Bill Faulkenburg the two-year stripe. One-year stripes went to Mrs. Robert Olson, Mrs. Leslie King, Mrs. Jessie Frye, Mrs. Marvin Lynch. Mrs. Zane Hall, Mrs. Charles Nash; Mrs. Edwin Keuter, Mrs. Frank Griggs, Mrs. Carl Reinke Mrs. Ronald McPherson, Mrs. John Rupp, Mrs. Ronald Snow and Mrs. Mercedes Tait. Following the awards, punch, served from a table decorate with a yellow cloth and an arrangement of fall flowers flank ed by green candles. Mrs. Miller Is Honored Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently in the home of Mrs. Cleo Pope for thej Mrs. Greishammer. She dis- group's monthly social at which | played a, purse covered with ' door prize, time Mrs. Raymond Miller tapestry, Mrs. Marvin Rase I The club held a workshop for honored with a layette showed an old - fashioned quilt, | fte Cancer Association Nov. 9. Billy Haynes, were in Memphis [luncheon here. Great Books Will Meet Wednesday Great Books Club will meet Wednesday in the home of. Mrs. George .Fisher at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan will be the leader. was shower. Games were played and winners were Mrs. Wilson Briley and Mrs. Miller. Refreshments of pie, coffee and iced drinks were srved. The next meeting will be a businss meeting Dec. 5 in the home of Mrs. Adam Taylor. Mrs. Robert Hall showed pajama pillows for children and Mrs. C. G. Shears showed a knitted shrug. Members showed some of the work that will be sold at the \ creed, bazaar Dec. 1 and 2 at Day Each member brought fruit for a basket which was given to a nursing home. The meeting closed with all members repeating the club Shopping Center. The next meeting will be a Christmas party in the home of Mrs. M. S. Edwards won the | Mrs. Abbott, Dec. 21. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "THE HONfYPOT" WED. - THURS. - FRI. And • SAT. 4 WINNER OF 6 1 ACADEMY * AWARDS! MMDLEANS FILM axxnaauM WATCH YOUk DOCTOR ZHItAGO Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jewey Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warren visited in Keiser with their ents, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Me- ' father, Marion Warren, who is lann. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wood Jr., and family, and Mrs. Louise Wood, all of Crossett, Ark., arrived Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Ruth McClanahan, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Haines and family, and Marion McClan- s'--n, all of Blytheville. 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