The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1967 · Page 4
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Page Four — Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, December 12, 1967 — Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3 4461 . - - , . . « Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Vliller announce the birth of :heir second son born I n Memphis' Baptist Hospital. He has been named Ellis Wayne. Missions." They are parents of another j „,,,„ ,,,_„* c _, „,„ „, son, Raymond Eugene Miller I. Mrs. Miller is the former Miss Linda Kay M a y n a r d. Grandparents are Mrs. Woodrow Maynard and Mr. and Mrs. Hair Miller. Great - grandmother is Mrs. Beulah Hargett. Mrs. Miller is in Room 546. Mr. and Mrs. William Laneal Rea ea ITJie chapel of the First Baptists Church of Paragould, was the; scene of the wedding of MSfy Lana Watkins to Wil- liarri Leneal Rea,. Nov. 23. Rev. Prince E. Claybrook, performed the double - ring ceremony. P'arents of the couple are Mr. arlCMrs. John Watkins of Paragould and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rea of Blytheville. Sie altar was decorated with a Abridge of white candelabra flafiked by arrangements of wHlie mums. Gandlelighters were Don Home and Joe Price. Djck Walker sang 'The Lofd's Prayer" and "Still Is the; Night," accompanied by J.qe Smith, organist. Jaiven in marriage by her faih'er, the bride Wore a floor- lehgth gown of 'peau de soie styled with an empire waist, designed and made by the bride :jhe bodice was appliqued wi.t$ chantilly lace roses and featured a scooped neckline and long petal - point sleeves. :the A-line skirt swept into a fujl chapel train. ."/The bride's silk illusion el- bojy - length veil was fastened tola peau de soie rosette head- pjgce. ! '•Her bouquet was of white rosebuds on a white Bible. Patricia Price of Little Rock, sister of tiie groom, was matron j ofjionor and Arlys Friddle of Little Rock was bridesmaid. •The attendants were identical- ly^atUred in royal blue velvet floor-length gowns styled with empire waists, long sleeves and round necklines. '.Their headpieces were blue v$,yet bows, matching their gfens. .They each carried a nosegay of?.blue and white mums. 'Mr. Rea attended his Eon as be£t man. TJBon Home and Joe Price were groomsmen. '{Tor her daughter's wedding, Mrj. Watkins wore a three- pffice pink silk suit with match- ing accessories. Mrs. Rea, mother of the groom, wore a green embossed silk ensemble with matching accessories. Both mothers wore white mum corsages. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the banquet room of the church. Guests were served from a table covered in white net overlaying a white silk cloth carrying tiie same rose motif as the bride's wedding gown. Centering the table was a dou ble - tiered white cake, flanked by an arrangement of tall white mums. The bride's book table was covered with a cloth identical to that on the reception table. Gretchen Anderson presided over the guest book. Reception assistants were Mrs. Richard Hoessli and Mrs. Claybrook. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hall and daughter, Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harber and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price, all of Blytheville; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Friddle o Little Rock, Mrs. Frank Lee o: Turrell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee of West Memphis and Dr and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of Jones boro. Toni Hughes Celebrates Birthday Toni Hughes celebrated he; llth birthday with a party a Walker Park Roller Dromi Monday. Twenty-two guests attendei and game winners were Gary McFarland, Cecilia Hughes Libby Kittany and Janet Smith Toni is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Hughes. Spread a layer of cranberry sauce over mashed sweet pota toes and oven-heal. Good with I ham, chicken, turkey. Mrs. 'Widner Hosts Christmas Dinner RENT A | **'Juke Box" I ffOR YOUR NEXT g PARTY! \ B&T AMUSEMENT CO. Ph. PO 3-3788 The Night Women's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church met Monday night in the home of Mrs. J. D. Widner for their annual Christmas dinner. Nineteen members and three guests, Dr. Edna Nies, Mrs. Wayne Friday and Mrs. Zouline Powell, were present. The serving table was deeded with Christmas holly. Christmas music was played throughout dinner. Gifts were placed under a I white Christmas tree and ex changed following dinner. Dr. Edna Nies offered prayer Miss Effie Lee Terrell told a Christmas story. Assisting Mrs. Widner in .serving were Mrs. Ted King, Mrs Riley Adams and Mrs. Edith Patterson. Food was brought by the members to be placed in a basket for a needy family. Also, a fruit basket will be taken to the hospital. Yes, The Strike Has Come to a End And We Have A Showroom Full of New Fords at Phillips Ford Sales Broadway & Chickatawba Phone PO 3-4453 [Bits oi News Trinity Observes Week of Prayer The Woman's Missionary So-.offered prayers for the mission ety of Trinity Baptist Church i work in the Orient. Scholarships Are Offered Qf p Mrs. Ail-aline Reams presented a solo "0 Master Let Me Walk With Thee," as the benediction. Blytheville Junior Auxiliary today invited applicants to seek one of several college schoar- ships which will aid those in graduate fields relating to training children with special needs. The grants range in value from $100 to $3,000 and are of- fered through the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. Official applications may fce obtained from Mrs. James Card ner, PO 3-6371. Applications for the next year of school must be on file by Feb. 15. ting her sister Mrs. Frank Unterreinner in St. Louis for a :ew days Mrs. Helen Cunningham of Memphis is visiting Louis Isaacs. The theme for the study, "Life Through His Name" was used throughout the week. Mrs. Martin Sifford had On Monday night, 17 mem- char g e of tlle Wednesday night bers were present" for the study ' program. "Life Through His Name In A ra(lio narrative entitled Latin America " •• "Faithful Unto Death," depict- Variety Club Has Dance reeled by Mrs. Idelle Lowe and Mrs. Rosa Schunenlsch is vis- (he ro] , ca)1 of missionaries was given by Mrs. Martin Sifford, prayer chairman. The devotional was presented Woodrow Enderson. participating on t h e aac5 - ; program were Mrs. L. D. Marr, Mrs. Graham Sudbury has re-1 Mrs . Carl Pate, Mrs. Joyce turned from Dexter, Mo., after I Crocker and Mrs. Harley Hen- attending the funeral of h e r jrother, Oscar F. Miller, held Friday. Mr. Miller died Friday in William F. Bowld Hospital in Memphis. Rev. Eugene Hall, a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, s allowed visitors and telephone calk. He is in Room 902. son. An appeal for the offering was made by Mrs. Ada Berry. A solo "Lord, Lay Some Soul Upon, My Heart" was sung by Mrs. Adaline Reams. Mrs. Ernest Walker, Mrs. J. D. Eatmon, Mrs. Bert Ross . and Mrs. Keron Tate offered I prayers. Gosnell Honor Roll Students making the honor roll at Gosnell for the second six weeks are: Twelfth grade, Curt Barnelt, Margaret Blackson, Margaret Campbell, Rheta Cotton, Sharon Fischer, Susan Funk, Donna McAnulty, Donna Meacham, Janie Mitchner; Simone Ortega, Robert F. Rogers and Gregory Shores. Eleventh grade, Dan B a 1 s, Jim Blackmon, Beverly Hornbuckle, Michele Morine, Larry Mullins, Gary Perry, Jane Purvery, Kathleen Reed and Eddie Williams. sifford gaye missal prayer. Mrs. Loyce Gestring was in charge of the Tuesday night ' A 'jg B 7 rr T program "Life Through His Name in the Orient." responsible for the Lottie Moon Christmas offering for Foreign Mission. Those assisting on the pro- tor, Mrs. Sifford, Mrs. Idelle Lowe, Mrs. J. H. Gatmor. Mrs. Lehman Rapert, Mrs. James Hensley and Miss Carol Hill. Following the program, a devotional was p/2sented by Mrs. Sifford, assisted by Mrs. Ada Berry, Mrs. L. G. Kenwright, Mrs. Joyce Crocker and Mrs. Harley Henson. Mrs. Adaline Reoms closed the program with a song. Sixteen members attended the Thursday night program "Life Through His Name in Europe.and the Middle East." Mrs. J. D. Eatmon was in charge of program, assisted by Mrs. Ernest Walker and Mrs. The Variety Club met Saturday night at the Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park for their monthly dance. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barrett and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen. New officers elected were: .president, Bob Brewer; v i c e' president, Bill Barrett; secre- ;tary, Mrs. Dorothy Scrape and | treasurer, Mrs. Pr.uline Turner. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Gracy, Mr. and Mrs. Weston Scrape, Linda Sharp and Scott Torrey, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Corky Buffington; Mr. and Mrs. Jim-Rhbden- baugh, Mr. and Mrs. 0 d e 11 Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest ! Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lufcy. Clubroom Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit 7 p.m. Lutheran Women's Guild 1 p.m. Family Service Coffee, Kingsley Hall 1:30 p.m. Club 28 Blytheville Country Club Friday Friday B.ridge Club Chapter N P.E.O. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League. Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.m. Give pie pastry new flavor. When you are making up the dough for a 9-inc!i pie, you can add about 1-4 cup of sesame seeds. Twelve members were present. Mrs. Gestring led in the meditation period and, read the roll call of missionaries and offered prayer Mrs. J. D. Eatmon presented the devotional thought for the study. Assisting on the program .were Mrs. Curtis Freeman and Mrs. Carl Pate. An appeal for an offering was made by Mrs. Ada Berry, stewardship chairman. During the prayer session, Mrs. Bobby Nowlin, Mrs.. Idelle Lowe and Mrs. Martin Sifford Hollis, Sherrie Hunt; Cooper King, Keith McDaniel, Kathy Page, Susan Rains and Gary Whitlock. Ninth grade, Connie Spring, Mark Alon, Donald A t w o o d, Paul Auclair, Bruce Kilpatrick, Vicky Milstead, Kathy Olson; Corrine Ortega, Virginia Perry, Steven Scurlock, Betty Stover and Michael Walsh. Eighth grade, Donna Bornkes scl, Gary Davis, Cynthia Little Phyllis Little, Louis Mayo, Jan Agan, Benton Ashabranner, Helene AuClair, Marquetta Barry; Phillip Basinger, Pam Boots, Stephen Carter, Rebecca Doss, John Dyess, Christine Elleseg, Wanda Gimbell, Gregory Herrig; Chris Hopfer, Cynthia Larrison, .Thomas League, Mike Lee Martha Mitchner, Nancy Olson, Patricia Parker, Eva Roemler; Steven Sandage, Stephen Self- Seventh grade, Arlean Cooper, Gerald Hunt, Pamela Lansdale, Vivian Baldree, Richard Bullock, James Curlin, Brenda Davis, Sussette Davis, David Duess, Wesley Graf, James Hat ley; William Heath, Cynthia Hodge, Richard Hutto, Laura Kennon, Charles Larrison, Patricia League, Richard McClellan Karen Miller, Judy Lynn Nelson, Connie Page; Gail Page, Iva Patterson, Mary Pettit, Douglas P1 a c k, John Reed,. Kay. Roundtree, Mary Shulley, Julia Taylor and Charles Lee Weeks. Following the season of prayer for the missionaries in Europe and the Middle East, Mrs. Adaline Reams.gave the benediction. Following the meeting the group wrapped Christmas presents for soldiers in Vietnam. Mrs. Haroid Caldwell was in charge of the Friday night program "Jesus, the Giver of Life." Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Eaves of Cooler, Mo., were present. Meditation and roll call of missionaries was given by Mrs, Joyce Crocker. She also led the group in prayer. Those participating on the program were Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. J. D. Eatmon and Mrs. Ada Berry. Mrs. Idelle Lowe dismissed the meeting with prayer. Birthday Is Celebrated Leslie Stewart celebrated her 10th birthday with a party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drbme. Fifteen guests attended. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ellis and Miss Earlene Farmer. • Leslie is Uie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stewart. DURING 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. 75c - Children 3Sc. Mon. thru Tliurs. After 4 p.m. Hegular admission 9Dc & 35c. Friday Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from Z p.m. 90c & Ke. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (A-MY) OUIIE ANDREWS MAXVONSYDOW RICHARD HARRIS the 'forbidden' fragrance Admission: Adults $1.25; Children 50e 2 Shows Daily 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. PERFUME • COLOGNE • SP3AY COLOGNE LIPSTICK • DUSTING POWDER • SOAP Coming Events Wednesday Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Town and Country E. H. Club Armorel W.M.U. 7:30 p.m. at church Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Nazarene World Mission Society 7:3 p.m. at church Dogwood E. H. Club Sudbury PTA 3 p.m. Dell PTA 3 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes Thursday Vlub C&N Club, 6:45 p.m. with Mrs. Phillip Applebaum Golden Age Club 7:30 p.m. Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee i Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today "HOUR OF THE GUN" WEDNESDAY THURS. • FRI. • SAT. Plaza Drugs PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER COMING SOON TO THE RITZ SPARTACUS — With Kirk Doutfai FATHOM - With Itaijucl Welch ROSIE — With Rosalind Russell £ Saniiri Dee TAMMY & THE MILLIONAIRE — With D«bbl« WtUon WACKY WORLD OF MOTHER GOOSE (A Special CbildrM'i Matinee - Dec. 22-P.il) Make It a Jolly Christmas for the Entire Family by Giving Them a New . FRONf-LOAOMf PORTABLE DISHWASHER ' Washes clean with exclusive Filter-Stream* action Modil SPC-100 > I Pull-size revolving spray arm • High pressure jet witer action • Washes 15 NEMA table settings clean • Etsy- i rolling random-loading racks • Automatic detergent dii- I penser • Self-cleaning filter • Portable today or m»y • be initaltod as an undercounter.. Ink. HUBBARD 407 W. Main APPLIANCES Phont PO 3-34 50

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