The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1967 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 2, 1967
Page 3
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BIyftwffl* Mr*.? Courtor W«wt — Saturday, December I, WS7-- P*g» ThrH — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Editor J Ph. PO 3-4461 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Duane Thorn 166 cJLunc of- Miss Sandra Lea Lynch be-. scalloped lace and seed pearls, came the bride of Larry Duane The brides veil was attached Thorn in a ceremony performed! to a satin petal garnished with Nov. 11 in Lake Street Metho- seed pearls, dist Church. Her bouquet was a cascade of Rev. Eugene Hall officiated, white sweetheart roses, Boston Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lynch of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Steward Thorn of Lynn, Ind. The, candlelight ceremony was performed before the altar, banked with a candle tree holding white tapers and garlands of boxwood. It was flanked by wrought iron candelabra with white tapers. The altar was banked With arrangements of white gladiolus and moon pom poms flanked with baskets of white gladiolus. A white Irish linen runner extended tiie bridal aisle. , Music was provided by Billy ivy, and centered with a white orchid, attached to a white satin prayer book. Paul Thorn served his brother as best man. Ushers were Bill Meredith Jr cousin of the bride, of Pine Bluff, Glenn Lynch Jr., brother of the bride and Russell Johnson. Ringbearer was Brent Clark, nephew of the bride. Mrs. Lynch, mother of the bride, wore a beige Alencon lace over satin ensemble with matching accessories. Mrs. Thorn, mother of the groom, was attired in a navy MUSIC Wao (Jiuviucu uy -""'J g' wumj n«« *•«»»•.—— •-• — — * Kirkland, organist, and Jean blue two - piece bonded wool White, vocalist and sister of the groom. Bridal attendants were Miss Ella Jean Gray, Miss Ann Tomlinson and Miss Myra Bell. Flower girl was Karen Baker. The attendants wore A-line green brocade dresses with an off-white crepe insert pleat. Headpieces were fashioned of the same material. They carried long stem red roses and leatherleaf tied with white satin ribbon. with black accessories. She also 'wore an orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch were hosts to a reception in the so- 1 cial rooms of the church following the ceremony. The brides table was draped in white tulle over white satin garlanded in leatherleal fern and white love birds. The centerpiece was an arrangement of red roses, white pom poms and leatherleaf and The flower girl wore a wrist-!a silver branched candelabra let of white sweetheart roses holding white tapers, and carried a basket filled with red roses. . The bride .given in marriage A wedding cake nestled in a bed of red roses and a crystal by her father wore an A-line' table. punch service were also on the white peau de sole satin gown with an empire waist covered with Alencon lace. Sleeves extending to the wrist, were accented with seed pearls. The train, attached to t h e waist, extended the length of the gown. It was accented with Reception assistants were Mrs. Truman Meador, Mrs. Gwen Clark, Mrs. Robert Suttles, Mrs. W. R. Meredith, Linda Meredith, Mrs. Lloyd Reece and Mrs. Ben Hawkins. The guests were registered by Miss Becky Meredith, cousin of the bride, from a table dec- ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER Sponsored By The Altar Society SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3 11:30 A.M. - 3 P.M. Catholic School Cafeteria Adults $1.50; Children Under 12,75e orated with while tulle over white satin. The table was centered with a memory candle and an arrangement of red roses. Following a wedding trip, the couple are at home in Richmond Ind. For traveling, the new Mrs. Thorn wore a dress and matching coat ensemble of pale pink and lime greed brocade, with black accessories. Out of town guests were Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Thorn and daughter, Debbie, of Muncie, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thorn and daughter, Eanae, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hawkins and Mrs. Lloyd Reece and daughters, all of Lynn, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and sons of Columbus, Ind., Mrs. Robert Suttles, Mrs. Gwen Clark and son, Brent, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strata, grandparents of the bride, all or Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gaines of Winchester, Ind., and Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Meredith and family of Pine Bluff. Next time you are making meat patties from ground lamb, try adding a little caraway seed along with the usual salt and pepper. Coming Events Monday TOPS Club Dell WMU Yarbro Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild First Baptist WMS Day Circles 1:30 p.m. First Baptist WMS Night Circles, Potluck 7 p.m. First Methodist WSCS Trinity Baptist WMU Dell Methodist WSCS New Liberty W.M.U. Meets B.H.S. Players Score in Comedy The Woman's Missionary So- When Neil Simon wrote his] ciety of New Liberty Baptist immensely popular play, "The 1 Church met at the church Tues- j Odd Couple," he packed it with day for the mission study book, "Africa — Arrows to Atoms," more nuggets of joy than might \ he found in a Nciman Marcus by V. Lovell Seals. I Christmas stocking. Mrs. Vance Dixon taught the | Last night, Blythcville High study. ! School's Thespian Society pre- j j Guests were members of j sentod the three-act comedy at Clear Lake Baptist W.M.II. jlhe BHS auditorium and i( aud- The week of prayer for for- ience laughter and an occasion- Bits of News! B i g ! mostly personal | iiiiiiinniiniiuiliHillliliiRr Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forrest of Memphis visited Mrs. Forrest's sisters, Mrs. Herman Hart and family of Burdette, Mrs. Ewell Walters and family of Blytheville and Mrs. Allie O'Neal and family of Blytheville, Wednesday. They also visited Mr. Forrest's father, 0. N. Forrest, of Burdette. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Brothers announce the birth of a son born Nov. 21 at Doctors Hospital. He has been named Beau Kavin. They are parents of a daughter, Belinda Gail. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Brothers and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Quarles. eign missions will be observed Dec. 3 through 10 at the church. Each member of the church has been invited and urged to irtlcipate each afternoon at 1:30 in the Season of Prayer. Mrs. Ira Koonce. prayer chairman, will be in charge of the observance. NEWS OF THE )couti al hurried recitation by a play- Garden Club Will Meet Tuesday Eastside Garden Club will meet Tuesday, Dec. 5 for a Christmas party and a covered dish luncheon in the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg. I Each member will bring a ! gifl for a needy family. j Hostesses will be Mrs. Tassie; Robertson, Mrs. Dave Abbott, Mrs. Mike Meroney, Mrs. Cor- [ nelius Scherer, Mrs. J. W. Ma- i er buried some of the lines, noi matter. There were plenty to go around. I Louis Kalz, as Hie nit-picking.' ash tray-emptying pain in the back, and Mike Ray. as the Slo-1 bovian antithesis of Good House-1 keeping and all it stands for, ] held the male leads land there just hardly were any female, as such). Their support came from George Hubbard, Greg Simon, Richard Connell arid Gerald Johnson. Neil Simon doubtless would! have been delighted with Greg i Simon's handling of a modest, important role. Becky Walter and Jkkke Westbrook played, in the words of Mike Ray's Oscar, "a pair j of Arkansas Betty Boops." In their single scene, theyj handled the roles of empty-1 headed New York secretaries-! playchildren with utter believ-; ability. j Terry Huckabee is the faculty director and Delores Edwards was the student director. Cletus Hudson was stage manager. The entire Ihing will be done again tonight at 8. Group Meets For Study Women of First Presbyterian Church met Monday in the social rooms of the church for a Bible study, "Faces Around the Christ." Mrs. G. E. Dillahunty gave the lesson from Luke. The group met at 1 p.m. for. sandwiches and coffee, preceding the lesson. Mrs. Arnold Britton, president presided. The meeting was adjourned by those present repeating the mizpah benediction. dllllllll!ll!lli!ll!ll!!i!llK!lli::i»iiiiii.:iil!li!lUlili!lil«i!lli!iii! |loney. Mrs. E. A. Rice; . .Members of Troops 91, Junior Girl Scouts, recently took part in a 10-mile bike hike, as part of their work on the Cyclist Badge. Safety rules which had been studied in recent meetings, were practiced, with the girls riding single file, on the right side -i" the road, in groups of not moia than 10. The troop also has made bicycle safety posters to be displayed in their respective schools, Fairview, Lange and Immaculate Conception. THE ROMANTIC NEW LOOK of floppy curls has returned to the fashion scene. .A new swept-back vers on of the finger curl of yesteryear is this very feminine (upper) coiffure reminiscent of Greta Garho in the early 1930s. The girl with the curl (lower) right in the middle of her forehead, as well as on top, sides and back may need the help of added body. One sure way to put bounce back into hair suffering from years of flat fatigue is with a soft protein rich permanent. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY , "ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO" Sun. • Mon. • Tues. JOHN WAYNE RICHARD WIDMARK LAURENCE HARVEY THE ALAMO ™ ™...ilK£S ACAIHI - FRESHLY DUG PECAN TREES Paper Shell (Stuarts) 5 Foot '3.98 6 Foot '4.98 7 Foot '5.98 10 Foot '7.98 The Red Barn So. Hi-Woy 61 — Blyth.vilU Mrs. Odise J a r r e 11, Mrs. George McLeod, Mrs. Lee Stiles Mrs. Larry Scrape. Mrs. Lillie Sisk. Mrs. Mae Douglas, Mrs. J. N. Wclbnrn, Mrs. A. B. Priest and Mrs. E. H. Hall Dr. Hard Guest Speaker First Christian Church Men's Fellowship met recently for a steak in dinner in fellowship hall of the church. Tables were decorated with improvised books in keeping improvised books in keeping with the observance of "Christian Literature Week." Bob Royer gave the invocation. Dr. John Hard, guest speaker, showed color slides and spoke on his recent trip to eight cities from coast to coast and his ocean voyage from San Francisco to Maimi. J. Cecil Lowe, president, welcomed guests and introduced them; They were Bo Farley, Herman Mullins, Henry Ward, and Austin Chapman, all of Osceola and Emmet Wheat and Dr. M. L. Godley, and daughter, of Blytheville. Hosts were Bill January and Mike Terry. DURING WINTER MONTHS. Mallnees will start nt 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holi- •'• days & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75o - Children 35c. Mon. thra Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc A 35r. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show contlnou* from 2 p.m. flOo & 35c. SAT. • SUN. (GA) MON. 'ITS' E1VI5 C1AMBAH IKWICOU* itiMiscopE — , MTED «msn Women's Guild Has Meeting j Lutheran Women's Guild met Thursday morning for the Christian Growth program, with Mrs. Warren Herrig and Mrs. Eric Lelunann leading the Bible Study. The hymn "My God, My Father, Make Me Strong," was played by Mrs. Don Prevallet. Mrs. Harold Knopp was hostess. The business meeting will be on Dec. 14 at 1 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the church. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ HAWAII — With Julie Andrews & Mai Von Sj-dow SPARTACUS — With Kirk Douglas FATHOM — With Raquel Welch RpSIE — With Rosalind Russell Jk Sandra Dee TAMMY & THE MILLIONAIRE — With Debbie, Watson WACKY WORLD OF MOTHER GOOSE (A Special Children'! Matinee - Dec. 22-23) The Srarvue Drive-In Will Be Closed for Approximately 90 Days. m YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR TRADITIONAL OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, DEC. 3rd 1:00 TO 6:00 P.M. The Red Barn BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. SO. HIGHWAY 61

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