The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1967 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1967
Page 8
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Page Eight "-Blythevirie (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, Pectmber », MCT — Society News — Phyllis Reed, Society Mr. and Mrs. Tilsey Ray Byram Gipson - Byram Vows Exchanged Recently ~Mrs. Shelva Jean Gipson, •fiaughler ol Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hodges of Biytheville, fae- 'came the bride of Tilsey Ray Byram, of Biytheville Air Force ',=; Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Murel Byram of Parks, Ark. "-The ceremony was performed Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the 1?irst Baptist Church in Holland, ' Rev. Glen Johnson, pastor of 'the church officiated the cere- inony. ; . The church was decorated with baskets of pink and white 'gladioli. .^Miss Diane Branscum pro- .vided piano music. 1 Mrs. Marna Givens, sister of 'the groom, served as matron of honor. • .She was attired in a beige •suit with brown accessories complemented by a corsage of .yellow carnations. .; The bride, given in marriage •by her father, wore a pink bro- ,'cade dress featuring a scallop•ed neckline with a matching jacket. Waff c Bar SJie wore an orchid corsage. Douglas Smith served Mr. Byram as best man. Mrs. Hodges, mother of the bride, wore a navy blue suit with black accessories and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Byram, mother of the groom, wore a rose pink sheath dress with black accessories and an orc-Jiid corsage. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Hodges were hosts to a reception in their home in Biytheville. The bride's table was overlaid with pink lace cloth. . Baskets of pink and white I gladioli were used in decorations. Reception assistants were Mrs. Marcia Lou Hancock and Mrs. Blanche Branscum. Out - of - town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Murel Byram of Parks, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Byram and Mr. and Mrs. Art Givens, all of Little Rock; Albert Lovelace, grandfather )f the bride, Mrs. Cordie Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Verley MacArlhur, all of Sikeston, Mo., Paul White of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Ruby Ellis of Wichita, Kan. Following a brief Wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Byram are at home at 119 Logan Lane. | moitty perionat | ;i;:«|lllllllllllll!!lll!llllinlllllllllllll!l«]llllllll*llllllllllllllllS Recent visitors to the home of Mrs. D. B. Abbott were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Abbott of Coa- cheila, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abbott of Ta.t, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baughman and sons, Mike and Ronnie of Lilbourn, Mo., and Mrs. Lucille Bryeans of Mount Clemens, Mich. Ann Pride lias been appointed editor of the 1968 "A-Book," University of Arkansas student handbook. Miss Pride, a graduate student, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Emmalyn Sims has been selected as'a Southwestern Scholar at Southwestern of Memphis. The program is to honor outstanding students. Mary Venda O'Conner of Biy- theville directed two selections when the Arkansas State University singenrs presented their fourth annual "Feast of Carols" Monday night. BY FABBRGE Tigress Woodhue Aphrodisia FOR MEN Brut Woodhue BY REVLON Imtimate Aquamarine BY CORDAY Fame Toujouis Mol Possession MAX FACTOR Hypnotique Primitil Golden Woods Promesse BY COTY Emerude Imprevu L'Amant L'Origan Paris BY DANA Ambush Tabu 20 Carats Emir Platine FOR MEN Canoe Pullman Other Fragrances Chanel No. 5 Wind Song Old Spice Old Spice Lime British Sterling English Leather Chanel For Men Black Watch Passport 360 Jade East Russian Leather Signature Karate Come In And Browse Mall Drugs DAY SHOPPING of Saddlers Club Sees Films Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers met Saturday night in Dogwood Clubhouse for their regular December meeting. The film "Youth and Quarter Horses" was shown and booklets on quarter horses were distributed to those present. The film and booklets were furnished by the American Quarter Horse Association. Arkansas - Missouri Power Co. furnished the projector for the film. _ During the business session, final plans were made for a Christmas party to he held in the clubhouse Dec. 21. WMS Begins Prayer Week Mrs. Ted King presided over the business meeting when 21 members of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church met Monday night for a potluck dinner to begin the "Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions." Minnie Brown gave the introduction. The hymn "All Hail The Power of Jesus Name" was sung by the group. Meditation and call to prayer was given by Pearl Deer. Mrs. Byron E. Moore presented the program "Life Through His Name in Latin America." Rose Widner and Editti Flanagan sang "Christ For the Whole Wide World." Mabel Lunsford closed the meeting with prayer, The First Baptist Night Women's Missionary Society had a breakfast this morning at the church with 20 members present. Ruby Brown opened the meeting with prayer. Minnie Brown gave the introduction. Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt presented the program "Life Through His Name in the Orient through Medical Missions." Pearl Lee closed the meeting with prayer. Newcomers Club Meets Friday Biytheville Newcomers Club met Friday, Dec. 1, at the Holiday Inn for a Christmas party luncheon. Twenty - nine members and guests attended. Mrs. Cora Mae Johnson played two Spanish selections on the accordian. Mary Saiidow gave the invocation. Following the luncheon, t h e president, Nona Jones, held a short business meeting during which the following guests were introduced: Mary Ellen Fuller, Helen Lancaster, Dorothy Via, Dorothy Johnson, Carolyn Ellis, Nancy Tice, Virginia Tomlinson, Sybil Williams, Jane Hodges and Linda Mulhern. . Special guests of the Newcomers Bridge Club were Madeline McSpadden and Ann Wright. Following the meeting the guests sang Christmas carols, Judy Pullum, Linda Musser and Mary Sandow presented a medley of Christmas songs, accompanied by Linda Mulhern. Gifts were exchanged by the group. Among the door prizes given were several original Christmas decorations made and donated by Peggy Shook. The Bridge and Canasta Club will meet Friday, Dec. 8, at the Y.M.C.A. Next meeting of the Newcomers Club will be Jan. 5th. A potluck supper will be I be elected. served and awards given to outstanding members of the club. Miss Betty Newcomb was appointed chairman of the decorating committee, Mrs. Sherry Smothers and Mrs. Wilma Gaines was appointed chairmen of the food committee, Miss Jean Craig is chairman of games and Billy Widner will be chairman of the awards. Hosts, Miss Craig and the Leon Franks Family, served refreshments of cake and iced drinks. The next regular meeting will be Jan. 6, at which time officers for the coming year will DuBARRY-CHRISIMAS GIFT CREME COLOGNE Envelop yourself In fragrance. Be generous. Soothe, silken, scent your body completely. Gift-wrapped forthe Holiday. Plaza* Dntgt Plaza Shopping Center PO 3-4507 Music Club Meet Recently Orpheus Music Club met Nov. 28 in the home of Mrs. Tom Callis, with Mrs. Ellis Stanford and Miss Donna Baker as co- lostesses. Hymn of the month "Thanksgiving Hymn" was presented by Mrs. R. L. Gardner. Mrs. Robert Swan, program leader, was in charge of the program, "Music in Marriage and Worship." Selection sung by the club vocal ensemble, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt on the organ, were, "Praise My Soul, The King of Heaven" by Goss, "Brother James Air" by Gordon Jacob, and "Panis Angeli- cus" by Franche. Mrs. Swan accompanied by Mrs. Roger Pearson on the organ, sang "0 Love That Casts Out Fear" by Bach ana 1 "0 Jesus, Joy of Loving Hearts" arranged by J. Brahms. Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Charles Jones sang "The Lord Bless You" by Bach, accompanied by Mrs. Pearson. The group heard several organ selections by Mrs. Pearson. Guest of the club was Mrs. Joan Rutledge of Oseeola. The hostesses served refreshments of cake and coffee. The next meeting will be Dec. 19 in the home of Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. Barettes Go to Head Fashion stress is on the tress for the holidays this year. Fascinating designs create elegant barettes in every size for every hairdo. Pearl, rhinestone with pearl insets, a fantasy of pearls with rnine- stones and brushed gold will all be going to your head. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••*•»••••»••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY "THE ALAMO" With John Wayne WED. - THURS. - FRI. And • SAT. PRE51IY* [lAMBAKf WINNER—Nancy Burks was named county champion 4-H girl for North Mississippi County last week. Here, Wayne Honeycutt, assistant manager of Mississippi County Electric Cooperative, presents an electric mixer to the winner. (Extension Service Photo) Coming Events Tuesday Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Broadmoor Garden Club Band Parents 7:30 band Building . Yarbro Baptist W.M.U. Easlside Garden Club Airmen's Wives Club, Service Club 7:30 p.m. Xi Xi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi, Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi- Lone Oak.E. H. Club Gamma Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi First Baptist WMS Day Circles 1:30 p.m. First Baptist Night Circles, breakfast 7 a.m. Wednesday Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Biytheville Garden Club 1 p.m. Great Book Club First Baptist WMS Day and Night Circles Week of Prayer 7:20 p.m. Thursday Thursday Club Duplicate Bridge League at Shamrock Lanes Culbertson E. H. Club First Baptist Day Circle WMS 1:30 p.m. First Baptist Night Circles breakfast 7 a.m. Friday First Baptist WMS Day Circles Week of Prayer 10:30 a.m. Biytheville Woman's Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.m. Dell WMU Meets Monday Dell Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met Monday night at the church for the first program in the '"Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions." Mrs. Robert Payne was in charge of the program "Life" Through His Name in L a t i n America." Mrs. Payne read the calendar of prayer and led in prayer. Those assisting on the 1 program were Mrs. Carl Lee Russell, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. E. H, Prewett and Mrs. J. T. Tate Prayers were given by Mrs W. L. Dyre, Mrs. Daisy Houston and Mrs. Clinton Smith. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Russell, president. Plans for the Christmas party were made and will be held in the home of Mrs. Ed Hardin. Festive-Looking Terry robes complete a restful and beguiling ensemble. They are often seen in the hooded caftan style with embroidered ribbon around a zippered front opening. Turned-back sleeves lined with co-ordinated fabric with two rows of ball fringe across a wide yoke and sleeves makes a festive-looking shift. F§R CHRISTMAS Yon cant give a bouquet of freshly-gathered Mats -but you can give the romantic "float-away" fragrance of French Lilac. Powder -$2.50, Soap- ?L5Qand?2.00,Metered Perfume and Gift Sefer Stewart Drugs 220 E. Main Local Women Attend Course Mrs. V. A. Kormeier Jr., and Mrs. John Miles Miller, medi-: cal technologists at Chickasaw-! ba Hospital, attended the 18th j annual post graduate course in medical technology in Kansas City last week. The course is sponsored by the University of Kansas School of Medicine and was attended by more than 400 medical technologists from mid-America. Garden Club Will Meet Blylheville Garden Club will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Woman's Club Building. The program will be On Christmas flowers. Hostesses will be Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. B. R. Hays and Mrs. George M. Lee. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Card Of Thanks Pete Phillips and family wish to thank all their many friends and neighbors for all the expressions of kindness and sympathy shown during the loss of our loved one. We especially thank the Rev. Charles Miller and Rev. Jim McCrary. Pete Phillips and Family DURING WINTER MONTHS Matinees will start at 1:10 pjn. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 35c. Mon. thra Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc * 36c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Show ctmtinous from 2 p.m. 90c & 35c. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (A-MY) Watch the women gamble for A Universal Piclure COMING SOON TO THE R.ITZ HAWAII — With Julie Andrews & Mas Von Sjdow SPARTACUS — With Kirk Douglas FATHOM — With Raquel Welch ROS1E — With Rosalind Russell & Sandra Dee TAMMY & THE MILLIONAIRE — With Debbie Watson WACKY WORLD OF MOTHER GOOSE (A Special Children'l Matinee - Dec. 22-23) Everyone Knows For Your Clothes The Best Cleaning is • i ^ly themosf in DRY CLEANING Biytheville Plaza Shopping Center NEVER AN EXTRA CHARGE FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE The One-Hour Martinizing is now under new ownership to give you the very best quality service. Fresh as a flower in just one hour .. . and we work hard to live up to that slogan. Come in soon ... we're looking forward to seeing you! Save Time - Save Money - Save Clothes WE DO LAUNDRY TOO! * 3 HOUR SERVICE ON SHIRTS *

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