The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 6, 1966
Page 2
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£2- Two - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Siturday, Augurt 6,19M — Society News — Gleans Lambert, Society Editor WED — David Vincent Nutt claimed Miss Karen Lynn Phillips as his bride July 30. The ceremony was performed in Park Hill Baptist Church in Little Rock. Phont PO 8-4461 Rock, were ushers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Phillips chose a beige linen, with small appliqued pink roses with pink accessories. Her corsage was of pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. Nutt wore a tan linen dress, accented with jjreen ac- cesories. She also wore a corsage of pink sweetheart roses. The bride's table at the reception was covered with a white net, lace cloth, with pink nosegays decorating each corner. A wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom, was surrounded by entwined greenery. Green mints and nuts with pink punch was served, maintaining the color scheme. Brenda Needham, Ann Miller, Vickie Sanders, Prissy Foreman and Tommy Storey assisted at the reception. Out of town guests included, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chapman, Mrs. Victor Stillwell, and Mrs. I Robert M. Chlldress and two) WINNERS - Blytheville Junior High's cheerleaders took first place over 23 other squads in the Arkansas State College' cheerleading clinic yesterday. They are (front row) Cissy White, Melanie Harrison, Dixie Regenold; (back row) Marilyn Moseley, Shellie Tarpley, Cile Dillahunty, Cynthia Westbrook, Veda Bunch and Liana Smith, Karen Lynn Phillips Wed Lindsey, and Mr. and Mrs. Geraid Gran and family, all of Sandra Berry Announces ^ Plans for Sept 4 Wedding Karen Lynn Phillips became the bride of David Vincent Nutt July 30 at Park .Hill Baptist Church in Little Rock. The bride is the daughter of line, was trimmed with a single row of pearls. The skirt, appliqued with lace panels, sequins, seed pearls and crystals, fell into a train, Mr. and Mrs. W. L." Phillips of | Her veil was attached to a Little Rock. The groom is, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Nutt of Little Rock. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and 'Mrs. J. S. Halsell of Blytheville. Baskets of gladioli decorated for the ceremony. .Gall Milseps and Becky Bister provided* hup'ital music. Miss Brenda Haroed of Little Rock was the bride's maid of honor. Miss Gaye Anne Childress of Blytheville, served as flower girl. Becky Childress of Blythevffle, and Russell Lindsey -of Little Rock were ring beajjprs. attendants wore green trimmed with pink rib- bride wore a gown of de soie. A-..chsntilly lace bodice, with scoop neck- large . rose, trimmed with sequins and pearls. The bride carried on her Bi ble, a bouquet of orchids and stephanotis. Tommy Jack Cantwell of Little Rock, served Mr. Nutt as best man. Roy Davis of Little Rock and Joe Fowler of Little Husbands Are Guests Chapter D of the PEO Sisterhood held a dinner Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. E B. Gee, Sr. The women of Chapter D were hostesses for the buffet supper honoring their husbands. .Dinner was served on the patio of the Gee home. THE MENU Sunday, Aug. 7 APPI-TEASER SALAD COFFEE OR TEA ENTREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES (CHOOSE FROM 12) DESSERT $1.75 ;=BlythevlIies ^Newest and 'Finest ^Restaurant Business Man's Luncheon Man. through Sat. Large QCj Choice wwp Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But H ta poulble at the Drummer Boy because of an unusual method or system to food handling and preparation - made possible because of a fabulous array of carefully selected cooking equipment which was custom designed to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pre cook any entrees - every order is freshly prepared to your special order. Ton can tee and taste the difference. Beef • Pork - Fowl - Sea Foods | DRUMMER BOY f MOTEL AND I RESTAURANT :"1020 S. Division PO 3-8168 A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER £;; By flirt. Buddy Howard SCe-ii A fellow was asked, "How Is the world treating you?" He |*;replied, "The world treats me fine; the people to Jt don't." There ara some who say the world Is worse than ever. jiActually, what is meant Is SOME of the people treat other -"people worse than ever. However, If we will only look around ...1 s ' we W 'N see vas ' Roodness also. We hear more of the bad ^things than of the good. Screaming headlines of crime, disaster, destruction and tragedy steal the front pages. Kind ,-^.deeds and friendly thoughts receive less publicity because :.-they lack the punch of emotional Impact. From time to time, we will point to the goodness we see •^from day to day • and It, is abundant. These deeds on the local, national and International scene are bright rays of ^decency and goodness. These rays pierce the publicized dark ^'clouds 'of people's neglect, oppression and disrespect for the Dignity of man. It will b« a pleaure to spotlight the goodness u jirid decency of mankind as we see It ... MRS. BUDDY 'HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL ROME. Bearden, and Jimmy Jackson Mss Sandra Kay Berry, who of Malvern. is bethrothed to Richard Bryce The bride's traveling attire Grant, will become his bride was a tan and gold tweed suit. The couple are now at home in Little Rock. They will make their home in Conway, where the bridegroom will attend Arkansas State Teachers College. Bride-Elect Is Honored By Mrs. Wylie Mrs. C. L. Wylie was hostess to a dinner party at the Cassanova Club in Caruthersville, honoring Miss Becky Greenway, bride - elect of Nick Walker. Miss Greenway chose a pink and blue floral cotton suit for the occasion. Her table held a centerpiece of white dodie mums. Special guests included Mrs. Malcolm Greenway, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Julian Walker, mother of the prospective groom. The hostess presented the wnoree with a buffet'platter of the bride's chosen china pattern. Bits of News) */ /I mottlij perional \ Miss Alice Saliba will arrive today from New York and New Jersey, to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Saliba, and her brother, Mr. Eddie Saliba, and his family. Mrs; Wayne K. Payne and son A3-C Larry Payne, recently visited in Wichita Falls, Tex. with a son and brother, A3-C Michael E. Payne, who is taking a 10 week course in aircraft mechanics at Sheppard AFB. Sunday, Sept. 4 at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Kennett. Miss the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Lee Berry of Kennett. Mr. Grant is the son of Mr. and'Mrs. Bryce H. Grant of Dell. Dr. William Martin will officiate at the ceremony. Miss Kathleen Grant, sister of the groom, will serve as Miss Berry's maid of honor. Miss Katherine Chailland of Kennett, cousin of the bride, and Miss Betty Angelo will be bridesmaids. Best man will be Melvin Franklin Browniee III of Dell. Arthur Evans of Monette, cousin of the groom, and Richard Eoff of Dell will serve as groomsmen. After a short wedding trip, the couple will make their home at Johesboro where both attend Arkansas State College. Miss Linda Smith Is Engaged Dr. and Mrs. Ray E. Smith of Kansas City, Mo., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Linda Kay Smith to Gregg L. Hammock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr., of Kansas City, Mo. The wedding will take place Aug. 11 in Unity Church of Kansas City North. Miss Smith and her fiance are graduates of North Kansas two - year assignment in Turkey. Leslie Buchanan is in. Chicks- sawba Hospital, Room B-38. He is permitted to have visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson and sons spent several days this week in northwest Arkansas. At Mount Sequoya, Jack, Jr., represented the Jonesboro district of the Methodist Churches at a Youth Conference on missions. Joe Robinson remained at Siloam Springs to attend the Wally Moon Baseball Camp. Coming Erentf Saturday Duplicate Bridge League will play at Shamrock Lanes at 1:15 p.m. Monday- Lake Street Women's Society of Christian Service will meet City High School. PFC Hammock, who is in the enlisted Army.Reserves, has just .completed his training as a Dental Technician and Laboratory Assistant, at the Brook Army -General ..Hospital,.Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex. He is. now the 324th general hospital in Kansas City, Mo. •Following their honeymoon, the couple will reside in North Kansas City, Mo.. PFC Hammock and family are former residents of Blytheville. Larry Payne left Aug. 3 for a I at the Methodist'Church. We Will Be CLOSED MONDAY, Aug. 8th In Preparation For Our Gigantic Children's Back-To-School Sale Mrs. Sullivan Is Honored At Shower Mrs. James Sullivan of Burdette, was honored at a layette shower given by Mrs. Paul Westbrook yesterday afternoon. Co-hostess for the event, which was held in Mrs. Westbrook's home, was Mrs. Jerry Hodge. Mrs. Hays T. Sullivan was the winner of the games played. The decorating color scheme of pink and yellow, was carried throughout the entertaining rooms. The refreshment table, from which Mrs. Raymond .Zachry helped serve punch, cake and pie, was decorated with pink roses. The gift table was covered with a pink table cloth. Gifts PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 49 SECOND CLASS VAIL Blythevllle Courier New> BLYTHEVILLE. IRK Of - 12316 Ban? W aaines Publlsbez 3rd « Walnut St» BlytSevUte irk. Published dally except Sunfla; Second class onstage oaia »t BUy- therllle irk HOME DEtJVBRY KATES In Blytheffllle and itfwnF in thf rtlythevllle trad, territory Dally 3!c per weei BV MAIL PAVABl.e 1> ADVANCE Wltblo 50 miles nl BlythevlU. $8.00 per year Unre than SO mllus tmir- Blrthevllli 418.00 per year ANNOUNC/NG Mrs. Emma Duncan has joined our staff of operators at Idelle's Beauty Nook She invites her friends & patrons to visit with her at this new location. Far your beauty care — come in or call for an appointment with one of our trained stylists. ; ; . . Idelle Lowe • Owner Operators .. . • Margie Nelson * .Jean Hatley • Onie Boyd 1085. First St. PO 3-7313 WATCH MONDAY'S BLYTHEVILLE COURIER FOR AD. White's Sli 313 W. Main St. Telephone PO 2-2741 THEATRE Vour friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today "STAGECOACH" LATE SHOW -10:30 "THE SKULL" Sun. - Mon.-Tues.-Wed. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE "CLARENCE, THE CROSS-EYED LION" PLUS 'LOOKING for LOVE" Sun. - Mon.-Tues.-Wed. DOUBLE FEATURE PLUS twroundtd • stork, 'centered oh the table. Flower arrangements of yellow mums were displayed I o the :game room. Mrs. Hays Sullivan, the honoree's mother-in-law, was a special guest". 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