The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 23, 1966
Page 2
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I>|g« Vvra .-. Blylheville: (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, Augutt M, 1W» ,0.. ',.' \\ ; .,'''.".' t — Society News — '(Sienna "Lambert, Society Editor Nancy Davis Is Honored At Shower Miss Nancy Davis, who will become the bride of Marcus Guntcr Friday night at 7:30 at the Gosnell Baptist Church, was complimented Friday night with a miscellaneous shower at Gosnell Baptist Church. Hostesses for the affair, which was attended by 30 guests, were Mrs. Norman Shields and Mrs. Wilbur Lane, assisted by Mrs. Thomas Via. A color scheme of white and green with rose buds and a miniature bride and groom, decorated the gift and refreshment Miss Winters Memphis Couple Jb Wed Mrs. Mildred Winters of Ken-' nett, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss, Gloria Winters, to Guy Huston Norrid, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Norrid of Steele. Miss Winters is also the daugh ter of Lewis J. Winters of Montebello. Calif. Miss Winters is a graduate of Kennett High School, class of 1965. She is employed at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. I Mr. Norrid, after graduating from Holland High School in 1693, attended Memphis State University. He is now employed with a Memphis firm. ^_ Phone PO 3-4461 table. Mrs-. Charles Stromire, Jr., assisted th ehostess with refreshments. A corsage of pink carnations was presented to the bride-elect by the hostesses. Special guests were the mothers of the bride and groom, Mrs. Norman Davis and Mrs. Eugene Gunter. you can count on... 7 95 TO 50 10 White's Shoes 313 W. Main St. Telephone PO 2-2741 Baptist Day Camp Is Held Mississippi County Baptisl WMU Association Day Camp for World Friends met Saturday at Walker Park. The camp meeting was opened by the Pledge of Allegiance to the (lag. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook read the scripture. Mrs:. John Lamb of Calvary Baptist led the boys and girls in song. Ken Johnson, summer youth director of the First Baptist Church of Blytheville, told the mission story, "Happy House," which was also the theme of the camp. Mrs. Gerald Snyder and Mrs, Donnie Wright led the boys ant in camp activities which took them all over the park. Churches represented were Joiner Baptist, Blytheville Calvary Baptist, Blytheville Trinity Blytheville First Baptist. There were 40 children anc one nurse, Mrs. Bill Hardin, in attendance. Mrs. Westbrook Was director of the day camp. Mrs. Jones Entertained At Shower Mrs. Billy Jones, the former Marlene Canerdy, was honored at .a miscellaneous shower Sat urday with 24 guests attending The event was held in Rebek ah Lodge 57. It was given by Mrs. John Ed Grimes and Mrs Stanley West. A special guest was the grandmother of the 'bride, Mrs. Henry Gardgis. : • • • Sbe was presented a white carnation corsage. The bride wore a light blue shift, compli mented with white accessories. The bride was also presentet a white carnation corsage. A table which centered the room, was overlayed with a white lace cloth and held a large bouquet of salmon colored dal ialis and roses. Pictures were taken during the party by Mrs Grimes. Mrs. John Roden m a d e a necklace of bows which was placed around the bride's shbul ders. The games were directed by Mrs. Elsie Vowell and Mr: Bennie Gentry. Winners were Rebecca Wes and Mrs. Mae Birmingham am Patsy Edwards. An out of town guest was Mrs H. C. Martin of Memphis, Tenn Fruit punch, cake, cookies am assorted nuts were served bj Mrs. West, Mrs. Gardgis an Mrs. Ida Chaffen. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST Highland and U. S. 61 North Blytheville, Ark. CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A Series Of Gospel Meetings Hear This Dynamic EVANGELIST August 22-26 AS HE PROCLAIMS GOD'S TRUTH The Public Cordially Invited — SERMONS — 7:30 NIGHTLY Mondaj—"What Sin Will Do to the Sinner" Tuesday—"The Outreach of th* CroM" Wednesday—"Thn Narrow-mindedness of the Church of the Bible" Thursday—"What Is Acceptable Obedience?" Friday—"Seven View* Into Hell" DOUG KOSTOWSKI, Paragould, Ark. Hear- (lie "Oowlcy's Ridge College Chorus" under the direction of Bro. Ray Wright. — Wed. 7 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Warrington Miss Susan Roddey Wed To Roland Warrington Base Chapel at Blytheville Air Force Base was the setting for the marriage Aug. 6 of Miss Susan Beatrice Roddey and Roland Warringtdn. Parents of the couple are Major and Mrs: W. C. Roddey and Mr. and Mrs. Roland H. Warrington. The Rev. Joseph Doyle, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, officiated. Cathedral tapers were used on the altar and branched candelabra formed an arch behind the altar which was flanked by floor baskets of white gladioli.' Pews were decorated with small sprays of white flowers and greenery tied With white satin ribbon. . Mrs. James Mulhern, organist and Miss Diane Branscum, soloist, resented nuptial music. Mrs. Larry Skellon served as matron of honor and Miss Scott | Jamison as maid of honor. Their gowns were fashioned in Empire style, of aqua chiffon over peau de soie, and they carried liogarth curve ouquets of cymbidium orchids caught with loops of white velvet. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Paiil A. Dufour, of Baton Rouge, La. Her wedding gown was of sheerest organdy over white satin with appliques of seed pearls on both the fitted bodice and the full length skirt which extended into a cathedral train. The gown was designed with a scoop neckline and long sleeves fastened with tiny satin buttons which also were used at the back of the bodice. The illusion veil fell from a seed pearl tiara. Her only jewelry was a tear drop pearl, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a mother of pearl prayer book tied with white satin on which were placed white orchids showered with lilies of the valley caught in ribbons and graduated loops of seed pearls. Mr. Warrington, father of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Larry Wayne Skelton, Eddie Lee Warrington, brother of the bridegroom, and Jerry Hill. Mrs. Roddey chose for her daughter's wedding a two - piece frock of pink linen worn with a matching tulle turban and harmonizing accessories. Her corsage was a lavender orchid. The mother of the bridegroom wore a sheath dress of blue Thailand silk with a wheat color brimmed milan hat and other wheat accessories. Her corsage was a purple orchid. Mrs. Eddie W. Burks, grandmother of the bridegroom, wore a beige suit of bonded crepe, with harmonizing accessories. Major ant! Mrs. Roddey entertained with a reception at the Officers Club at the Base immediately following the wedding The bride's table was circular and covered with white satin The post cake, reflected in a large mirror on which it rested, was topped with a cluster of wedding bells and valley lilies. Flanking the cake were crystal candelabrum holding white ta- en and white daisies, and white daisies nested in smilax surrounded the arrangement. Presiding at the cake table were Mrs. J. Foy Etchieson and her daughter, Miss Lou Etchison. The punch table, arranged in the Jewel Room of the Club, was covered with' white satin draped with gathered white ma- line and held twin silver punch bowls and silver cups. . Prismed double and triple branched candelabrum flanked the, centerpiece of white carnations and tuberoses arranged in a matching footed prismed crystal bowl and garlanded with smilax. Mrs. John-Franco and Mrs. Gerald Wilson presided at the punch table. The guest book table was in charge of Mrs. Robert A. Crowe Covered with a white satin cloth it held a wedding candle decorated with white orchids and valley lilies laced on a smilax encircled mirror. An arrangement of white flow ers was used on the table. Each of the reception assistants received a gift corsage of cymbidium orchids. When the cujple left later in the afternoon for a wedding trip to New Orleans and Gulfport, ••(•IIIIIIMIIIIIIPIIIIIIM Bits of News moMu personal Mr. tad Mrs. Russell Phillips have returned from Greer'i Ferry where they .spent the weekend at the Red 'Apple Inn. Donna Evans, who has been visiting her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gentry, in Beeville, Texas, for the past month, will arrive by plane in Memphis today. She will be met at the airport by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Evans, and her brother Joe. Bill Buchanan has gone to Kansas City, to attend a Sigma Nu convention. He is representing the Sigma Nu chapter at Southwestern in Memphis'where he will be a senior this coming year. . ' " Miss Jane Carolyn Grebe, 'of 112 W. Moultrie in Blytheville, received her master's degree in education at summer commence ment exercises at the University of Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leggett and sons Chuck-and Ricky, Mrs. W. C. Leggett and Mrs. Bob Purns returned recently from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Newell Brigham and family in Columbus, Miss. Mtt-W. C. Le#ett .remained in; Columbus. Grace, Cjissy, Johnny and Emily White, children of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White of Blytheville, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.'R. G. Roseborough, in Senatobia, Mis*. Mrs. Philip J. Deer, executive secretary of Mississippi County TB Association, is in Oklahoma City, attending a tu- bercu'osos conference this week. 'SMSgt. Tommy Hawkins arrived yesterday from Karachi, Pakistan, following a 14-month tour of duty With the Air F His:next assignmenVwill the Air Defense Comm Sioux" City'. Iowa. ' Mr. and Mrs. James P. Sullivan of Burdette announce the birth of a son, Scott Allen, thii, merging at OsceOla McmoraH Hospital. MrsrvSulhvan is-thel former Miss Gale Brogdoa o$ Blytheville. The-Sullivans havfc. two ether sons, Mike and Tlm- my. Grandparents.are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brogdoh of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Hays A Sullivan of Burdette. Mrs. Warrington wore a two,piece floral printed suit, a green panama brimmed hat, and bone accessories. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. John Hollingsworth and children of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs Horace Green and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cunningham of Memphis; Mr., and Mrs. Marvin Sanderson of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burks and family of Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Warrington, parents of the bridegroom, were host and hostess to 18 guests at a rehearsal dinner on FT i d a y night, entertaining at Dixie Pig. The T-shaped table had a centerpiece of white carnations and daisies interspersed with gypso- philia. A cluster of white candles in silver candelabrum Held white .candles, and single silver candle holders bearing white candles were interspersed with greenery down the length of the table. The bride-elect wore a light blue two piece suit and was presented with a white corsage from her host and hostess. LAST TIME TODAY • "£, DOUBLE FEATURE BOTH IN COLOR 1 "VERY SPECIAL FAVOR"— „ • with Rock Hudson & Leslie Caroil "LOVE AND KISSES"—With Rick Ntilsoh 7:15 —"9:20 ":::.- - ;..••; l-KJUt.EGKS MJT-1IK1ZEU At SECOND CLASS MAIL Blnncvllle Courtti News BLYTHEVII.LE ARK •Ae • 12316 Barry IV flames Publisher 3rd « Walnut SU Blithcrtlte Ark Published dally except Sunfla; Second class DORtnRt oaid at Bly" thevlMe Art HOME DELIVBnt RATES In BlythePlile and '.own* in th« rtlythfivilia trade territory Dally 35c per week BV MAIL PAYABLE lt> ADVA.NI.fe Within 50 mile? of Blythevlll* $8.00 per year More than 50 miles trorr Blythevtllt 418.00 per year THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Last Time Today "CAST A GIANT SHADOW" with Kirk Douglas WED. - THURS.- FRI. SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE I America's Funniest Family in their I FIRST FULL-LENGTH FEATURE ••m fREDIMNE-YYONNEOECAHLO'SllEWIS BUTCH PATRICIUOE8BIE WATSON TERRY-THOMAS°HEilONEGINI!lllD , Also "WAR OF THE ZOMBIES" ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. 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RELAX: GO TO THE DRIVl-IN COMING SOON TO THE RITZ STAGECOACH—With Alex Cord & Ann-Margret WALK, DON'T RUN—With Cary Grant VIVA MARIA—With Brigilte Bardot BIG HAND FOR A LITTLE LADY—Joanne Woodward, Henry Fond* GLASS BOTTOM BOAT-WHh Dorli Day A Rod Taylor THE SLENDER THREAD-Wlth Anne Bancroft The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town it the RITZ THEATRE.

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