The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1967 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 19, 1967
Page 4
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r ' Page Four - BlythevUle (Ark.) Courier Newt — Tuesday, December 19, l«ff — Society News — Fhyllis Reed, SwdetyEditor Ph. ,PO 3-4461 MARRIED - Miss Joyce Gailyn Hooker became the bride of Glen Curtis Pery in a Dec. 14 ceremony per- formed at the Church of Christ in Hayti. Messiah Is on Program Of Presbyterian Church Ronald E. Miller is organist and choirmaster. Solo parts will be taken by j'JMrs. Robert Swan, Mrs. Char- gram onYriday~'evening."" r " J les Jones, Lt. Col. Charles The chancel choir of First Presbyterian Church at Highland and Tenth will present George Frederick Handel's Mes siah in a special The program, which is open to the public, will begin at 7:30 p.m. Jones, Sam Black and Loy Lee. Rev. Martin Wilkinson is pastor of the church. Ridgecrest Observes "Week of Prayer" er-/ erii l/ ou/6 14 'The Church of Christ of Hayti .was the setting for the wedding of Miss Joyce Gailyn Hook i'er, and Glen Curtis Pery, Thurs,day evening. -•Rev. Robert Kelley, officiated.- , ^parents of the couple are Mr. •and"Mis. Irvin Hooker and Mr. •and' Mrs. Glinnie Pery, all of Hayti. The altar was decorated with a wrought iron candelabra with greenery and red poinsettias, flanked by candelabra holding green tapers. Baskets of red poinsettias were also used. Pews were marked with greenery, tied with red satin bows. --Miss Rita Shelton sang "Because." .The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Lexie Hooker of Carutfiersville, wore a double- breasted white flannel suit. Her veil was attached to a large white bow and her bouquet was a white orchid, surrounded by white carnations. Miss Vicki Curtis was maid of honor. She wore a dark green suit and her headpiece was a lighter | shade of green. She carried a bouquet of red poinsettias and red holly berries. Clinton Davis Pery served his brother as best man. Candlelighters and ushers were Joe Klinkhardt and Glen i Robert Whitner. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pery. The bride's table covered with a green cloth and overlaid with lace, was centered with an arrangement of r e d | poinseltias and red holly ber- 'ries. At one end of the table was a tiered cake encircled with | red poinsettias and topped with la miniature bride and groom and lace covered bells. A crystal punch service was at the other end of the table. Mrs. Milton Kelley of Hayti, Mrs. Venus Cunningham and Mrs. Charlotte Williams, both of Carutbersville, were in charge of the reception. Miss Carol Mullinicks and Miss Rita Shelton served cake and punch. Miss Pat Mitchell of Caruthersville presided at the guest j book. Mrs. Hooker, mofcer of the bride, wore a printed silk shift with brown accessories. Mrs. Pery, mother of the groom, wore a beige lace over brown silk ensemble with brown accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of green carnations and red holly berries. Mrs. Pery, grandmother of the groom, wore a three-piece blue double knit suit with black The Women's Missionary Society of Ridgecrest Baptist Church met .each morning last week in observance of the "Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions." The tiieme for the prayer" season was "Life Through His Name." Mrs. Martha Franks was hostess for the Monday meeting when the title of the program was "Life Through His Name in Latin America." "Life Through His Name in the Orient" was the Tuesday program in the home of Mrs. Janie Ross. Mrs. Gerald Hancock was in charge of the Wednesday night program for tiie church. The group met Thursday in the home of Mrs. H. E. Vancleve. . Mrs. Wesley Green gave the program, "Life Through His Name in Europe and the Middle East." . The group met Friday in the home of Mrs. Harold Henegar. Mrs. P. H. Jernigan gave the benediction and the appeal for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Mrs. Wendy Alford dismissed the group with prayer. Night WMS Meets Sunday The Executive Council of the Night Women's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church met Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ted King. Nine members .were present. Mrs. D. B. Car'mon gave the opening prayer. Miss Minnie Brown gave the call to prayer and listed the names of missionaries who had birthdays on that date. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Charles Flanigan. Mrs. King, W. M. S. president was in charge of the meeting. Plans were made for the next quarter's work. Reports of various committees were made and discussed. Mrs. Thelma Atkins closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. King served refreshments during the social hour. accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. For traveling, the bride wore a yellow and orange wool Aline dress with a matching hat. She wore the orchid from her bridal bouquet. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Pery are at home in Hayti. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pery, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Fike, Mrs. Paul Hooker and daughters and Miss Marcia McClellan all of Caru- ttiersville; Miss Pam Jarboe and Jackie Pery of Steel and Mike Webber and John Clyde Thompson of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Pery entertained with a dinner in their home Tuesday evening for the rehearsal party. The receiving rooms were Chapter N Meets Friday Chapter N, P.E.O., met Friday for a luncheon at Blythe-jary Society met Wednesday N.W.M.S. Has Meeting The Nazarene World Mission- ville Country Club. A Christmas tree and other decorations in keeping with the ness ' me eting. night. Mrs. Harold Thompson, president, presided over the busj. holiday season were used. Red candles and holly arrangements were used on the individual tables. Mrs. Jim Smart, president, presided. Opening prayer was given by Rev. C. H. Porter. Rev. Harold Thompson, gave the devotional from the 15th chapter of St. John. Ira Anthony gave the closing Mrs. Byron E. Moore pre- i prayer, sented a Christmas program,' "The Message of the Trees." The next meeting will be Jan. 5 in the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell Jr. B&PW Has Party Blytheville Business and Professional Women's Club met last week at the Drummer Boy Restaurant for their Christmas party with 31 members and guests attending. Mrs. Kay Jones and Mrs. Mary Beatty are new members of the club. Miss Juanita Davis was in charge of the program. Mrs. Eva Miller led the club collect. Mrs. Grace Caldwell read a Christmas Story, "In Search of Christmas." Mrs. Ann Lombard! gave an original Christmas reading. Mrs. Cora Johnsen led the Birthday Is Celebrated Susan Strickland celebrated her ninth birthday Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Fifteen guests attended and game winners were Lynne Johnson and Randy Strickland. Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Strickland. Coming Events decorated in the C h r i s t m a s|S rou P in carols theme witti a lighted tree and I The tables were decorated in manger scene. I original Christmas decorations The couple presented their at-'created by Mrs. Maud Godwin, tendants with gifts at this time. I Gifts were exchanged. Tuesday Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Airmen's Wives Club at Kings ley Hall 7:30 p.m. Xi Xi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Orpheus Music Club with Mrs W. J. Wunderlich Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi . Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi African Violet Club Blytheville Junior High Miss America Shoes fake you where the fun is! Cubed for the groovy Squam it or cube it for the "in crowd" this fall. The shoe with the micro heel. The only look that'* right with mod fashions. N FAMILY SHOE STORE BANKAMERICARD m 312 W. 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