The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1966 · Page 2
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Page Two - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Friday, August », 19M _ •" ii . """" "'— Society News — Glenna Lambert, Society Editor TO WED— Miss Elaine Langley will become the bride of William L. Waldrip Saturday evening. Miss Langley to Wed Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Langley, formerly of Blytheville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage .of their daughter, Miss Elaine Langley, to Mr. William L. Waldrip, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Waldrip, of-Moro, Ark. The bride-elect is a 1964 graduate of Jonesboro High School, where she was a member of the Hurricane Choir and vice president of the Library Club. She is presently employed at the Jonesboro Evening Sun. Miss Langley. .is_ the .grand daughter of Mrs. I. J. Langley and the late Mr. Langley of Ripley, Tenn., formerly of Cosnell, and .of Mrs. .Lucy .Thomas Mrs. Craig Is Honored .'Mrs. Russell Craig, the for- nier Miss.Judy Ferrell, was honored, with' 'a. 'bridal shower Thursday .night at fte home of Mrs. Joe Striblirig.. Special guests were Mrs. pete:Ferrell and Mrs. F. N. Craig, mothers of the bride and groom. !...'.' •The twenty-five guests were served punch and cookies by the hostess. Mrs. Fleeman Is Hostess •The Wesleyan Service Guild of Manila First Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman Monday evening, with 14 members present. :Mrs. Dial Ballard, vice-president, presided, due to the absence of the president, Mrs. Jack Tipton. Minutes of the previous meet- tog were read by the secretary, Mrs. Dan White. They were approved. -The group decided to have its annual family pot : luck at the church Monday evening, Aug. 15. .• Mrs. Ballard announced a program Committee meeting at her Home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Amos Decker read the list of MYF hostesses for the next four months. - Mrs. Hazel Bacon led the program "Chosen For Action." . She was assisted by Mrs. Chloe Garner, Mrs. Jack Wagner, Mrs. W. M. Davidson, Mrs: Dan White, Mrs. Dial Ballard, Mrs. Toni Fleeman and Mrs. Louise Ashabranner. • Mrs. Bacon closed her • program with a prayer. : The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bacon, served German chocolate cake and orange sherbet punch. of Flint, Mich. Mr. Waldrip, who was a 1963 graduate of T.A. Futrall High School-at Marianna, is presently attending Arkansas State College where he is a junior majoring in business administration. The wedding has been set. for Saturday, Aug. 1 3,at 7:30 p.m. The ceremony will be solemnized at the Langley residence in Jonesboro. City Delegate On Program Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, president, Rebekah Assembly of Arkansas, has returned from the Tri-State conclave at Shreveport La Mrs. Birmingham presented her program on Arkansas Day which was Saturday The welcome address was given by Louise Kassler, warden, Rebekah Assembly of Arkansas. Mistress of ceremonies was Willie Frizzil. Bertha Schoeppy, vice president, Rebekah Assembly, presented "The Future." The Arkansas lodges present ed playlets. Mrs. Birmingham was accompanied by Charline Bailey, PhyU lis Bailey of Conway and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tombs of Little Rock. The next conclave will be at Biloxj, Miss., with L. V. Meyers and Mrs. Birmingham as chairmen for Arkansas. The next Grand Lodge for Arkansas will be in October in Little Rock at which time, the new officers will be elected and installed. Bible Service For Miss Hardin Miss Sherry Hardin of Dell bride-elect of Wayne Griffin was recently complimented wit! a white Bible service in th< home of Mrs. Ed Hardin, aun of the bride. The YWA girls of Dell and Gosnell Baptist churches com bined for the service. The color scheme was white and green, the YWA colors. The girls stood before the fire lace, which was decorated with white mums and white candles in gold candleholders. Miss Claudia Leggett of Cos nell sang "Bless This House." The bride-elect was presentee a white rose corsage and white Bible, which she will carry in her wedding, Aug. 12. Special guests were Mrs. Bob Hardin, mother of the bride- elect, and Mrs. W. E. Griffin mother of the groom-elect. Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Farmer Is Honored At Manila Miss Nancy Farmer, bride- elect of Mr. Ronnie Burns of Blytheville, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Mrs. Bert Williams of Manila, Tuesday evening. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Hugh Miles and Mrs. Wayne McCul lough. Sixty guests attended the party with special guests being the mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Leon Bums of Blytheville, and Mrs. George Farmer of Manila, and'the groom-elect's grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Rutledge of Steele. Each was presented a white carnation corsage. Miss Farmer wore for the occasion a deep pink cotton frock fashioned with an empire waistline, with a white lace bodce and elbow length bell . shaped sleeves. She was presented a white, fuji-mum corsage. In the game that was directed by Mrs. Dial Ballard, Mrs. Eddie Ashabranner was awarded a prize. After each guest had introduced herself, the group was directed to the dining room for refreshments, which were served from the dining table. The table was covered with a floor length white organdy cloth, trimmed with inserts of white eyelet embroidery over d e e p- pink. It was centered by a large antique bowl filled with an arrangement of mixed, pink, summer flowers, interspersed with greenery and fronted by a large bunch of green grapes. The floral centerpiece was flanked by antique candlebra holding tall pink candles. Individual cakes, iced Jn white and topped by deep pink wed- img bells, were, served by Miss Jackie Symbulski, a cousin of the bride-elect from Cleveland, Ohio, with mixed nuts, mints and pink punch. Miss Mary Jan Williams presided at the crystal punch service. The napkins, bearing the inscription "Nancy and Ronnie," were trimmed with silver spray and wedding bells. Miss Ann Bacon presented the honoree with a large assortment of gifts, many in her chosen pattern of china, and crystal, which were registered by Miss Joann Redmond. Assisting with the opening of gifts were Mrs. Rowland Wells of Turrell and Mrs. James Johnson. BOOTHEEL COIN CLUB TO HOLD ONE-DAY COIN SHOW Aug. 7 at the American Logion Bldg., Kennett, Mo. Door Prize Will Be Given Every Hour From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Public is Invited Come & buy or trade the coin you need. BOOTHEEL COIN CLUB KENNETT, MO. When you are cooking foods "en brochette," leave about 14 inch between each piece you insert on the skewers. The parents of Miss Brenda Kay Wilbanks have announced her engagement to A3C David Edd Bahn. Miss Wilbanks Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wilbanks I In the Air Force, Airman of BlytheviHe announce the en? Bahn has completed technical gagement of their daughter, Miss Brenda Kay Wilbanks, to A3C David Edd Bahn, son of Mrs. lone Bahn of Blytheville, and MSgt. (Ret.) Arthur G. Bahn of San Angelo, Texas. Miss Wilbanks is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ramey of Nettleton, Miss., and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Wilbanks of Harrisburg, Ark. The bride - elect is a 1966 graduate of Dell High School where she was a member of the Beta Club, Library Club, Future Homemakers of America, the Choir and an honor graduate. She is resently employed at Southwestern Bell in Blytheville. Grandparents of Mr. Bahn are Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Bahn, Sr., of Fredricksburg, Tex., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0. Muery of Blytheville. Airman Bahn is a 1965 graduate of Blytheville High School, where he was a member of the Future Tradesmen of America. Master Point Winners Told Winners in Blytheville Duplicate Club's master point game played Thursday at Shamrock Lanes were: North . south: First and see- training as an Inventory Management Specialist and is presently stationed at Lowry AFB, Denver,. Colo. ond. places—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haines, Mr. Bob Cox and Dr. Shannon, of Jonesboro; third place, Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E. Black; fourth place, Mrs. Charles Langston and Bernard Gooch. East - west winners; first place, Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. S. E. Tune; second place, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Sr.; third place, Mrs. John Cherry and Bill McMath; fourth place, Mrs. Thomason and Mrs. Henderson. There will be no game this Saturday. Monthly Saturday master point will be played Aug. 13. Susan Roddey Is Entertained Miss Susan Roddey, bride- elect of Roland G. Warrinton, was honored Tuesday night with a miscellaneous shower at the iiome of Mrs. Alvis Harris Sr. Co-hostesses for the event were Mrs. Thelma Johnson and Mrs. H. R. Besharse. Miss Roddey, attired in green linen was presented a corsage of miniature feathered mums. Mrs. W. C. Roddey, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Roland H. Warrington, mother of the prospective groom, were also presented corsages similar to Miss Roddey's. As Miss Roddey opened her gifts, she was assisted by Mrs. Alvis Harris, Jr., and Mrs. Jesse M. White. Punch and bridal petit-fours were served from a table covered with white linen cloth with a floral centerpiece of pink roses. Mrs. Alvis Harris, Jr., presided at the crystal punch bowl. Out-of-town guest for the occasion included Mrs. Tip Hoi- lingsworth of Dallas, Tex., aunt of Mr. Warrington. Grandmother of the groom, Mrs. Eddie Burks, was also an honored guest. Bits of News L mostly personal [luuiiuiuiiiii'jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuBKiiaiiiiiiaiii Mr. and Mrs. Denny Boff and children of Wilmington, Del. : are visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Williamson, of Lone Oak., and her sister, Mrs Dewell Allen and brothers, Leon and Max Williamson, all of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gilless and son Keith have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mervin Gilless. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Gilless during the past week were Mrs Jerry Gilless' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Howes, of London, England. Polly Abbott, Bride-Elect Is Honoree Miss Polly Abbott, bride-elect of Ben Bakker, was honored with a dessert bridge Tuesday night at the Rustic Inn. Special guest was her mother, Mrs. Paul Abbott. She was presented a white carnation corsage. The honoree was also presented a white carnation corsage, and an electrical appliance, from the hostesses whow ere Mrs. Carleton Stiles, Mrs. Bethel Bunch, and Mrs. Clyde Gaines. Winners in games were Mrs. Hildred Bunch, Mrs. Reese Moore and Mrs. Robert Thompson. Owl Victory Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Bennett hosted a victory dinner for the Owls recently. The Owls won the Pony League Tournament. Special guest at the barbecue dinner were the team's coaches, Joe Gude and James Moore. Other guest included Mrs. Gude, Mrs. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred.Mitchel, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gee, and Mr. and Mrs. Curis Boren. . . Dr. Kidd to Fill Pulpit Here Dr. Harvey KidiJ, former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will preach at the church this Sunday. , Dr. Kidd is serving, as guest! 5 - E.H.C MEETING NOTES HAIR SPRAY is not only for hair holding. It's meant for setting, too. If, after a day at the beach, a quick change Is needed for coifs that droop in spots, here is the spray solution. Set down-hearted locks completely dry with brush rollers. Spray these curls and wait 15 minutes. Quick and vigorous brushing makes the curls unfurl. Convenient, too, is the small travel-size hair spray to fit in beach totes and in luggage. Coming Friday Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet at 6:30 fo ra covered dish supper. Dell EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild will meet at the chapel annex. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will play at Shamrock '.anes at 1:15 a.m. Quick and hearty soup for th« family: combine tomato soup with pea soup and heat witi sliced frankfurters. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED tl ' SECOND CLASS MAIt Blythevllle Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE 4KB ' M • rait • Barrj VV flalnes Publisher 3rd u Walnut Sti Blythevllk Ark. Published dally except Sunday .< Second class .oratage oaid «t Blj- : thevllle Ark -^ HOME DElilVTOY KATES In Blythe»lll» and w>wn» in tB» tllythevllle trade terrttorj " Dally 3!c P« »«»• BY MAIL PAYABLE tt> A0VAMS " Within SO miles "I .Blythe«ll« $8.00 per year ' now than 5'i rallra lr-.T BlnBellH • 418.00 per year Thursday night, Aug. 11, the Leag,..-- will have a dinner at 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, honor, ing Mrs. Foy Etchieson, life master. After dinner a special master point game will be played. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults 75c; Children Free Only If Accompanied By Parents. FRI. - SAT. 7:30 - 9:20 Both in Color Double Feature The annual family picnic of Town and Country Extension Club was held at Walker Park, i Thursday evening, beginning at pastor while Rev. Martin Wil- j kinson is on vacation. Dr. Kidd served at the First Presbyterian Church here for 14 years. He left Blytheville in 1958 to go to Booneville, Mo. Dr. Kidd is now pastor at SummervUle, Term- Hostesses for the outing were Mrs. Bert Hardesty and Mrs. T. B. Richardson. The club congradulated Raleigh Sylvester and the caretaker and the officers who patrolled the park The next regular meeting wil; be with Mrs. Richardson. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week »••••«•••••••••••••««*•«•«•«•«.«•••€•••••»«•• LAST TIME TODAY For Adults & Mature Young People "THE LOST COMMAND"—with Anthony Quinn MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA OfHAVARvfK RELAX AT THE STARVUE I TtCHRISCOPEI* TECHNICOLOR!* : VBI ncraB! IBHS!^ SUNDAY & MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Come by 7:30 & See Both Features Come by 9:20 & See "Mickey One" Nflwnifln isriaiper mam' mum' not wnn mm FRIDAY. SATURDAY "=•- A Maiiin Rackin Produclion SlflGECOACH CinemaScope -Color by Deluxe SAT. LATE SHOW 10:30 THE NEW HEIGHT IN FRIGHT! ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE If you flipped for'Flippeif MOM-II roar with... 'CfcreNce*; PLUS RELAX: GO TO THE DRIVl-IN SATURDAY For Adults & Mature Young People The Storyjjjfcofa fOne i SUN.-MON.-TUE5.-WED. For General Audience 20lh WWII ,.,„.„ IIKMIIS MIIOKIG»M HB[IH UBS mm |coi.oint«uii[| COMING SOON TO THE BITZ THE GHOST * MR. CHICKEN - with Don Knotti \RARESQCE — with Gregory Pick & Sophia Loren STAGECOACH — with Alex Cord and Ann-Mareret WALK. DON'T RUN — with Cary Grant The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the KITZ THEATRE.

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