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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 2, 1966
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V>»I . ' • Fige four - Blythevllto (Ark.) Courier News - Tueadiy. Auguti t, MM —. Society News — *Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 ~ VOWS PLEDGED Miss Paulette Gillette became the bride of Russell Fullerton in a double-ring ceremony at the Church of Christ in Steele. liams of Blytheville. The bride's attendants wore full • length dresses of mint green and yellow, and their headpieces were net. They carried a long stem yellow' carnation. Mrs. Gillette, mother of the bride, wore a blue dress of silk and her corsage was of yellow carnations. Her accessories were white. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Poteet. The bride's table was centered with a green and yellow centerpiece and silver candelabra. A three • tiered wedding cake, | topped with a miniature bride ] and groom, and the punch bowls were at the ends of the table. Mrs. Tommy Campbell served the cake and Miss Jo Ann Poteet served the punch. Miss Susan Poteet was at the guest book. The bride changed to a yellow linen, trimmed in white and complimented with white acces- Miss Paulette Gillette Is Bride of Russell Fullerton Miss Paulette Gillette became the bride of Russell Fullerton, in'-'an 8 p.m., candlelight cere- m6hy July 15. The couple were wed at the Church of Christ in Steele. Mason Harris officiated at the ceremony. the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gillette and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fullerton, all of Steele. Baskets of yellow gladioli, greenery and candelabra decorated the altar. Greg Gillette, brother of the bride, was candlelighter. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of wliite satin, with a scooped neckline, fitted bodice, and a PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED A» ; SECOND CLASS MAIL r Blytheville Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. ABK • SIP - J2316 Harry W fiaines, PubUsher 3rd at Walnut Sts ..;' BlytheviUe Ark. Published dally except Sunday Second class postage paid at Bly- thivllle. Ark -:•. ROME DEirVERY RATES In Blytherllle and fiowni" In thr Blytheville trade territory Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE !> ADVAMCK Within 50 miles ol BlytnavUto S8.00 per year Vnre than 50 miles rrnip BITthevlllf ' S1S.OO per year bell shaped skirt. The long sleeves which came to petal points, closed with tiny satin covered buttons. The yoke was trimmed with appliqued motifs, with the same motifs used on the skirt. A long detachable train of white satin fell from the waistline and was fastened with a bow. series- for the short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton will reside in Steele this summer, leaving in September for Arkadelphia where they will be sophomores at Henderson State Teachers College. A rehearsal dinner was given | by Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton, parents of the bridegroom, Thursday evening at their home for members of the bridal party and other guests. The dinner was served buffet style. Her waist length veil was at- Mice THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••• ; Last Time Today "NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLY" Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. «-- -. , -s The Greatest Western Classic • > Of Them All! i "xi" A ton Racfcn ftoduclion. SlMECOACH SAT., AUG. 6th Late Show Starts 10:30P.M. "THE SKULL" tached to a queen's crown of rosebuds and pearls. Her only jewelry was a small diamond necklace given her by the bridegroom. The bride's sister, Connie Gillette, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Beverly Gillette, sister of the bride, Donna Allbritton, Lorene Johnson and Linda Samford. Junior bridesmaids were Sathy Gillette, cousin of t h e jride, and Joyce Nicholas, cousin of the groom. Reggie Gillette and R y 11 i s Nicholas were ring bearers. Mr. Fullerton attended h i s son as best man. Ushers were Phillip Gillette of Memphis, brother of the bride, Barry Ray, cousin of the groom, Roy Whitfield and Danny Wil[LIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Bwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "HONEYMOON HOTEL" "OEPRATION C.I.A." WED. & THURS. CARLOAD FOR $1.00 Honored at Tea Miss Caffey Speck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Speck, of Frenchman's Bayou and bride- elect of John Clevinger of Memphis, was honored with a coffee last Tuesday at the home of'f Mrs. ,0. W. Speck at French-' man's Bayou. Co-iiostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Blythe Clark, Mrs. Marshall Speck, Mrs. C. C. Speck and Mrs. 0. W. Speck. The bride-elect was presented a gift of an electric dutch skillet by the hostesses. She wore a trosseau dress adorned with a carnation corsage. Her mother was also presented a carnation corsage. Party foods were served from a tea table centered with an arrangement of shasta daisies, gladioli and carnations. Out-of-town guests attending were Mrs. Pat Speck, Frances and Patty Specie, daughters of ENGAGED The engagement of Miss Brenda Kaye White to Sammy Eugene Hughes has been,announced. An August wedding is planned. iBits of News moittif ptrtoM* Brenda White to Wed Eulon E. White of Armorel*and Mrs. H. P. Whittington of Dallas announce Kie engagement of their daughter, Miss Brenda Kaye White, to Sammy Eugene Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Hughes of Clarksdale, Miss. The bride-elect attended England High School where s h e graduated with honors in 1963. She is currently employed b y Universa CIT. Mr. Hughes graduated from Armorel High School and attended Arkansas State College, in Miss Franklin Is Honored Jonesboro. He is presently .employed by the U. S. Corps of Engineers, in Memphis. An August wedding is planned Miss Piper To Wed Aug. 21 The betrothal of Miss Phyllis Jean Piper to Nathaniel Jones Graves, Jr. is made known by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 0. Piper, 5716 N. Marion, North Little Rock. Mr. Graves is the son of Mrs. Garland E. Trammel of Wilson and the late Nathaniel Jones Graves. Miss Piper is a graduate of North Little Rock High School and attended Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. She is employed by the Farm Bureau Insurance Co. in Little Rock. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Etheridge of Wilmer and J. C. Hobbs and the late Mrs. Viola Hobbs of Monticello. Mr. Graves, a graduate of Wilson High School, is a junior at Arkansas State. The wedding is planned for Mr. and Mrs. Guy Speck, and i Aug. 21 in Gardner Memorial Mrs. Maude Joiner, all of Hel-!Methodist Church in Little A miscellaneous shower, hon oring Carol Franklin, brid&elec of Bill Ross, was held Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Norma Shields. Co-hostess for the event was Mrs. Thomas Via. Twenty guests attended. Miss Franklin choose for the occasion a navy dress, accented with red and white accessories She was presented a red anf white corsage. Throughout the entertaining rooms were arrangements o] summer flowers. The hostess served miniature white and green wedding cakes, topped with wedding bells, with mixed sherbert. The refreshments were placed on a table covered wifii a tan and green net cloth. A miniature bride and groom served as the centerpiece. Miss Franklin will wed Mr. Ross at the Gosenll Baptist Church, Aug. 21 at 4 p.m. ena. 'Rock. Area Students Among ASC's Summer Graduates .METRO COLOR FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE If you flipped fer'Flippec you'll roar with... 'Clarence*? PLUS 'Looking for Love" Connie Francis Arkansas State College will conduct commencement exercises Aug. 13 at Kays Field beginning at 7:30 p.m., with the address being delivered by Dr. Richard H. Davis, assistant secretary to the Commission on Colleges and Universities of the North Central Association. A total of 228 students, including 117 graduate students, are candidates for degrees. Among (he 117 candidates for naster of science in education are Bob Cooper of Dell, Sandra Dougherty of Blytheville, Joe Estes of Monette, Oscar Ford of Dell, Willie Harrison of Luxora; Jackie Howell of Luxora, Paul Hunkapiller of Keiser, Rita McHaney of Leachville, Blondena Parker of Arbyrd. Mo.; Carlton Price of Wilson, Barbara Shannon of Joiner, Samuel Stewart of Leachville, Ollie Summerall of Blytheville, and Martha Thompson of Blytheville Of the 40 candidates for bachelor of science degrees, area students are Ray Cassidy of Blytheville, Becky Henderson of Blytheville, Huey Miles of Manila, David Rogers of Blytheville and Howard Worthani of Manila. Nine students are candidates for the bachelor of science in agriculture, among which is Freddie Baird of Monette. There are 11 candidates for sachelor of science in educa- :ion degrees. Among them -are Linda Bond of Leachville, Homey Brocket! of Hayti, Gertrude Coulter of Ruth Daily of Blytheville, Wil- I ton Goudeau of Joiner, Jahnae Harper of Caruthersville, Bar- jara Honnoll of Leachville; Bonnie Johns of Steele, Janie Knight of Steele, Inez Lewis of Manila, Martha Madison of Greenway. Georgia Minirth of Leachville, Regenia Odom of Blytheville. Tommy Reese of Osceola, Diane Ritchey of. Blytheville, Shirey Smith of Osceola, and Clayon Spears of Gideon. Mrs. Lombard! Returns From BPW Meeting Mrs. Ann Lombard! returned Saturday from Atlanta where she was a delegate to the convention of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. Gov. Carl Sanders, governor of Georgia, welcomed the delegates on July 24. Ivan Allen, Jr., mayor of Atlanta, Miss Ossi Marbry, president of the Georgia State BPW Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr., and three children, and Mrs. William Fristensky, and her three children, formerly of New York City, now of Memphis, are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Thad H. Cara way and children, Mike and Ann and Miss Pam Hicks have returned to their home in Memphis, after a visit with Mrs. Caraway's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Purvis. The Caraways were also guests ol Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. Mrs. W. W. Lankford has returned to her home in Sikeston after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mrs. Grace Wilks, Mrs. Nell Baldridge has returned home after attending the Rebekah Assembly Conclave in Louisiana. Mr und Mrs R B, Davis had Mrs. T. Davis from Dyersburg, fheir vvMkend guests their Tehn., «nd Mr,,and Mrs. W. 0 their weeKeno gues»... ^ Gw j en , rom Mountata Home BHS Annual Party Is Off Celia Watson, editor of the Blytheville High School annual, has announced that the annual signing party scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed since the 1966 annuals iave not come in yet. The party will be re-scheduled at a later date, after the annuals come in. Coming Eients Officers Wives will meet for game day, beginning at 12:30 at the Officers Club. Federation, and J. Paul Austion, resident of the Coca Cola Com)any, also spoke. Among banquets held in the ivenings, one was to present the Pop Hat Awards, given by the 3PW in recognition to men who iave contributed to working vomen in business. Representatives accepted awards for ten c o m p a nies,. among which were Campbell Soup, the United Auto Workers' if Detroit, Bonwit Teller, Mc- Jraw Hill Inc., the National Association of Broadcasting, the Sheraton Hotel in Boston and jfe Underwritters. The banquet given the last ;vening honored the new offi- :ers, who were installed at the ianquet. Syndicated columnist irt Buchwald was the featured peaker. Over 2,500 delegates attended ic convention. There were rep- esentatives from all 50 states, }osta Rica ano. the Virgin Is- ands. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. *«••••••••••»••••••••••••••*•••••••••••**•••• TUE.-WED.-THU. Double Feature 7:30 In Color 9:20 an Incredible orgy of SIGHTS AND SOUNDS C1964-American InHrniUorul picture Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY Adult Entertainment LAST OF THf SECRET AGENTS^with Marty Allen & Steve Rossi WED. • THURS. • FRI. For Adults & Mature Young People COLUMBIA PICTURES j MARKROBSON'S PRODUCTION OF .PANAViSIOrcOLUMBIACOLQR. A Red Lion Production COMING SOON TO THE RITZ FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX - with James Stewart THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN - with Don Knotts ARABESQUE — with Gregory Peck & Sophia Loren STAGECOACH - with Alex Cord and Ann-Margret WALK, DON'T RUN — with Can Grant The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the RITZ THEATRE. Wanted! Men - Women Ages 18 and over prepare now for U.S. Civil Service job opneings during next 12 months. Government positions pay higli starting salaries with much greater security and opportunity for advancement. To get one of these jobs you must pass a test. The competition is keen. Nationwide Home Study Schools have helped thousands to pass these tests and can help you if you have an honest and sincere desire to get ahead in life. Clip Out and Mail To Box B-3 % Courier News I Am Interested In Bettering Myself. Name Address Phone City State Age .... 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