The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1966 · Page 4
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Page Four - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Thursday, August I, 1M» — Society News — "Glenna Lambert, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 VOWS PI.EDGED— Miss Mary Alice Johnson wed Mr. Joe Lynn Atkins July 15 at the First Baptist Church in Mountain Home. Mary Alice Johnson Weds Joe Lynn Atkins Maj. and Mrs. James G. Johnson of Blytheville AFB announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Alice, to Joe Lynn Atkins, son of Mr. and Mr J. L. Atkins of Blytheville. The marriage ceremony was .performed on July 15 in the ••-First Baptist Church in Moun"• tain Home with the Rev. Harold ;-Elmore, pastor, officiating. The bride attended Gosnell .iHigh School where she was a ;: cheerleader. ^ : She graduated from Blythe. ville High School where she was a member of the Red Pepper Club, Beta Club, and the ;, : .National Honor Society. "':' J!r. Atkins graduated'from "Blytheville High School where .; he:" participated in basketball •'• and track. He .has been attend. ing. Arkansas State College for the past two years. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunningham of Evergreen, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Johnson of Epworth, Ga. Grandparents of Mr. Atkins are Edgar McGhee of Mississippi and the late Mrs. McGhee, and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Atkins of Blytheville. A reception was held in honor of the newly wed couple | Monday evening at the Blytheville AFB Officers Club. It was given by the bride's parents. About 75 guests attended the occasion, including friends of both the bride and groom. The table was adorned in a white linen cloth, with pink overnet. The net was drapped with small pink nosegays, made from Mrs. Wells Is Hostess Mrs. Elijah Wells was hostess for a layette shower Tuesday given in honor of Mrs. Bill Spurlin. Co-hostess for the. event was Mrs. Troy Barren. Games were played with Mrs. Barren in charge. Game winners were Mrs. Cecil Ulm and Mrs. George Parker. The prizes were given to the honoree. Miss Russell Lynn Snyder, sister of the honoree, assisted in opening gifts. The refreshment table was covered with a white lace table clothe with an arrangement of summer flowers centering the table. Serving at the refreshment table were Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Barren. Punch, coffee, cake, potato chips and dip were served. pink roses and white lillies of the valley. Silver candlelabras with pink cankles flanked the three-tiered wedding cake. The cake was encircled with a garland of pink rose buds and white orange blossoms. The centerpiece of the cake was both unique and lovely and [consisted of a new bride and groom ornament along with the bride and groom ornament, which was originally used on the wedding cake of the bride's parents. Going along with the color scheme pink punch was served from a silver punch bowl, along with nuts and mints in a silver tray. After the traditional cutting of the cake, by the bride and groom, a toast was proposed in their honor. ' The couple will be at home in Jonesboro this fall where Mr. Atkins will be a junior and Mrs. Atkins a freshman at Arkansas State College. ,\ Wrinkles—the bane of a woman's existence hit a woman s neck and face normally in sequence. Early ten-tale signs of aging or lack of care start with the neck (top left).m the 20s. It moves on to the pouchy eyes (top right) to the extreme frown lines (bottom left) of a woman m her 60s Many of these neck and facial lines can be held back with proper exercise or camouflaged with contour makeup (bottom right) that fills in the shadows of lines. E.H.C. MEETING NOTES The Town and Country EH Club will hold its annual family picnic Thursday in Walker Park. The picnic will start at 6 p.m. Card Of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks and deep appreciation to the many friends for the beautiful floral offerings, and expressions of sympathy to our recent bereavement in the death of our father. The family of R.H. Wilmoth, Sr. Bits of News I mo6tty ptrional liiiiniuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiuiiiiiciiiHUiiiiiiiin^ Capt. and Mrs. Bill Hatch and daughter, Ramona. have been visiting his mother Mrs. Bertie C. Hatch, the past ten days and her mother and father Mr. and Mrs. H. Lassiter of Jonesboro. Capt. and Mrs. Hatch and Ramona left Tuesday for his new assignment at Fort Walters, Tex Mrs. Gladys Wade and Mrs. Sibilla Buck from Arkadelphia returned home Monday after visiting their sister, Mrs. Dan Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor lad as guests this week Mrs. McGregor's sister, Mrs. Bill Drumwright, and daughter Pat from Ripley, Tenn., and Rev. and Mr. Lynn Drumwright of Puerto Rico. Mrs. R. W. Irby and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bender and children, David Steven and Douglass, from Houston, Tex. are visiting Miss Monta Hughes. Roosters Entertained Michael Hardy entertained the Roosters baseball team last Saturday at his home with a hamburger supper. Seventeen boys attended. Mrs. Leland Riddell and her son, Ronnie, entertained the team with Mrs. Finis Hardy and Micheal. ' Mrs. Clifford Carver and Mrs. Claude Colwick assisted Mrs. Riddell and Mrs. Hardy. Memphion Addesses Rose Society The Blytheville Rose Society met Monday evening in the Community Boom of First National Bank. A program was given by Dr. H. E. Rumble, a professor at Memphis State University and president of the Memphis Rose Society. Dr. Rumble's program was divided into three parts. The first part consisted of a musical quiz, where members tried to recognize and name songs which had roses in their titles. Dr. Rumble showed a film, illustrating the functions of a rose society; and the last phase of the program was a question and answer period about the growing and exhibition of roses. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cherry were the hosts tor the social neriod following the program. Special guest was Mrs. Rumble. New members of the Society are Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Mrs. John Stevens, Sr., and Mrs. John Stevens Jr., all from Dell; and Mrs. Iverson Morris of Blytheville. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor'* prescription, our product called Gal- axon You must Lose ugly fat or your money back. Galaxon Is a tablet and easily swallowed Get rid of excess fat and Uve longer Galaxon costs S3.00 and Is sold on this ?uarartea: if not satisfied for any reason, just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. No question asked. Galaxon Is sold with this guarantee by: Stewart's Drug Store—2CO E. Main Mall Orders Filled Grind the last of that bake* ham for a sandwich filling. Use either mayonnaise or sour cream with which to moisten the ham. 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