The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1968 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 9, 1968
Page 7
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Mr. and Mrs. Van E. Enderson Miss Walker Bride Of Van E. Enderson Miss Susan Gail Walker of, neckline and bell-shaped sleeves Marked Tree, and Van, E. En. derson of Blytheville exchanged their marriage vows in a ceremony at the sanctuary o! the First Methodist Church of Marked Tree at 6 p.m., Dec. 26. Tiie bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker of, . Payneway, Ark., and the groom | tmy flowers and foliage is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I finished with streamers of lacey Woodrow Enderson of Blythe-! white ribbon. outlined with a band of silyei sequins at the wrist. Her shoulder - length vei {ell from a tiny pillbox, ol thi "glitter -tone" crepe, outinsd wit'-i a band of leaves. The bridal bouquet was white carnations Society News — fhyllii ftttd, Mitor Pb. PO 8-4481 tff of Parties Honor Miss Ellis Miss Janle Ellis was guest of McHaney and Miss Cell* Wat- honor when Miss Linda Lou ton, Lipscomb was hostess to an an-! Special guests were Mrs. J. mm! Christmas drop-in, in her C. Ellis Jr., mother of the lome. Miss Ellis and Terry Mullins will be married Jan. 27. Seventeen guests attended. Miss Ellis was attired in a three - piece lime green and white knitted,suit with oyster white accessories. She was presented a white carnation cor- bride-elect, Mrs. J. H. Timmons, mother of tiie prospective groom, and Mrs J. C. Ellis Sr., grandmother of the bride-elect. They were presented white carnation corsages. Miss Ellis wore a Francesca For Damon gray and white knit rs of News ptnonat sage. > sheath. The horn* was decorated In; Her accessories were in red the traditional Christmas theme i and she was presented a novel- of red and green. ty corsage. Miss Libscomb was assisted The hostesses served punch in entertaining by her mother, and cake from a table covered Mrs. Bob Lipscomb. with a white outwork cloth and centered with pink roses' and yellow mums on a silver candelabra with pink candles. Gifls were placed on a table covered with a white cloth. Games were playeo! and winners were Miss Julia Swain, and Miss Sus- Wayne Lambert Is in Room 610, Thomas Wing at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Hii condition is reported to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bright and daughter, Kelly, have returned to their home in Peabody, Mass., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bright of Gosnell, his sisters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hill and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Burrett, all of Little Rock and Mrs. Carolyn Vaughn and daughter, Susan, of, Memphis. The bride-elect was presented a silver tray with the name of the couple and wedding date, inscribed. Miss Lynn Lawshe was hostess to a luncheon at Blythe- Miss Ellis prior to the drop-in. She presented Miss Ellis with a silver cream and sugar set. Miss Jill McHaney registered guests. Miss Ellis was honored with I The hostesses were assisted a kitchen shower Saturday af- by Mrs. J. W. McHaney, Mrs. ternoon, Dec. 30. Dick Watson and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Hostesses were Miss Joanne Order of Eastern Star Installs Officers Monday ' - Blytheville Order of the East- thy matron, Maidie Burgess; patterned after gangster styles bouquet was wnne ern Star, Number 279, met last worthy patron, Shields Edwards j Atthe spring style shows.held interspersed wi«i! night at the Masonic Hall to associate matron, Mary Jo by the American Des.gne Se- mieispeiseu vuui 11 & <• — n^,™,. ,™ n ,,i,i= nn i rnn c, ' rio« MYmriav Hold broad strroes (Ark.) Courier N>wg - Tuesday, January 1,1M&- Piujfcru Barry Katz Celebrates Birthday Barry Katz celebrated his 12th birthday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Eighteen guests attended and game winners were Gary Brley, Kemp Raspb rry and George Allred. Barry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Katz. Miss Lana Carol Nash Party Honors Cindy Haley Cindy Haley was honored on her 12th birthday with a party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Eighteen guests attended. Game winners wer Vicki Murphy and Doug Beckman. i Blytheville, announce the en. Mrs. Danny Haley was host-! gagement and approaching mar ess for the party. iviage of their daughter, Lana Cindy is the daughter of Rev.! Carol, to Larry Lee Holman, and Mrs. Marvin Haley. I son of Mr and Mrs. Clint Hoi- Miss Nash Engaged To Larry L. Holman Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nash of Geoffrey Beene Designs Gangster Style Wardrobe By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor NEW YORK (AP) - Geoffrey Beene has designed a wardrobe and Miss Dianne Tucker of Payneville was the maid of honor. David Massey qf - Jonesboro vllle. Rev. William Wilder officiated the double - ring ceremony before an altar background O f! was Mr man red poinsettias banked before! The bride is a graduate of candelabra holding burning ta- Marked Tree High School and a p erg I freshman at Arkansas State Un- Mrs E. P. Blanton, organist, j iverslty majoring in art. Siie is nlaved traditional wedding nuts- i a majorette with the Arkansas 1 - i Clato Tnrttnn Kann ic. Given in marriage by her State Indian Band. Mr. Enderson is a graduate of grandfather, Harold O'Roark, Blytheville High Schoo . A soph- tne bride wore a street-length! m^re at Arkansas State Um- A-line dress of "glitter tone" | verslty, he is majoring in mu- bonded crepe styled with a high sic. Mr. DeliWMU Has Meeting Dell Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met last night at the church for their Royal Service program entitled "More Foreign 'Missionaries Now." Airs. Paul Gilliland was In charge of the program. The meeting was opened by and Mrs. Enderson are now at home in Jonesboro, Hairdressers Hold Meeting Blytheville Hairdressers held install officers for the coming year. Officers installed were: wor- their monthly meeting 1 a s t i the church Coming Evetits Tuesday Burdette P.T.A. 7:30 p.m. Yarbro E. H. Club --Blytheville High School P.T.A Armorel-ettes E. H. Club B & P W Club Contact Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Dell Kiwanis Club Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Dell P.T.A. 3 p.m. Sudbury P.T.A. 3 p.m. Dogwood E. H. Club Nazarene World Mission Society 7:30 p.m. at the church Armorel W.M.U. 7:30 p.m. at and little else hut those ostrich feathers; or Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm with white organza blouse and calico skirt to her ankles. The costumes Beene created __ _ for spring are considerably dif- associate' patron," Ra-' ries Monday Bold broad stripes j ferent from the elegantly simple were borrowed by Beene for one which he made for Lynda stark coats and jacket suits cut | Bird Robb's White House wed. short over black stockings and ding last month. Designer Leo Narducci had liegh Sylvester; Secretary, Reba Davis; treasurer, Gladys Bottom; conductress, Clara Williams; associate conductress, Grace Edwards; Chaplain, Ruby Peek; mar- shall, Edith McDaniel; organist, Ha Hollingsworth; Adah, Jewel Holdaway; Ruth, Glenda Eubanks; Esther, Eunice Benson; Martha, Beadie Creech; Warder, Dorothy Bailey; Electa, Edna Coleman; sentinal, Robert Coleman; installing officer, Lovie Hester; installing ng chaplain, Mable Moore; and nstalling organist, Vera Henson The group will meet the sec- with stripped fedoras to match. His Sicilian widows were properly sad but fashionable in midilength dresses of black lace, sasiied at the middle. ' The Mafia moll was a flamboyant doll in bold blue and. clothes for going places—a diamond patterned leather cot, for example, with luggage to match. Ready for a less mobile existence were at-home pajamas in man of BlytheviUe. Miss Nash is the granddaughter of Mrs. Reta Nash of Rockwood, Tenn., Leo Swift of Hardy, Ark., and Mrs. Rills Swift of Blytheville. Mr. Holman Is the grandson of Mrs. D. C. Jarrett of Paragould and tSie late Charles Harchous of Benton Harbor, Mich., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holman of Jonesboro. The bride-elect is a 1986 School where she was a member of the band, Future Homemakers of America, and Future Business Leaders of America. The prospective groom, a 1967 graduate of Blytheville High School, was a member of the Future Farmers of America and Distributive Education Club of America. Mr. Holman is stationed at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., with the United States Army,.where he is completing his medical training A late January wedding Is being planned by the couple. TOPS Club Installs Officers TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club met last night [or a dinner meeting to'install officers for the coming year. The club met at the Arcadia Restaurant, The next meeting will be Monday, Jan. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the iospitality Room of the First National Bank. Meeting Is Postponed Blytheville Band Parents Club meeting and .program scheduled, for tonight has been postponed due to the weather. A meeting date will be an- nouncd later. Your friendly Thtatn OSCEOLA •••••••••••*•••*•••••• TUB. AND WED. mi RodStdgerVlmaUsl ond and fourth Tuesday of each hall girl from the prohibition month. . era, with gaudy beaded bodice the .call to prayer by Mrs. Carl | Lee Russell. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Curtis Cryanl. Others on the program were Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. E. H. Prewett, Mrs. J. T. Tate and Mrs. Clinton Smith. Mrs. Russell was in charge of'the business meeting. The dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Smith. night at Betty's Beauty Shop. Approximately 25 persons attended. Ron Elliot of Memphis, representing Clairol, gave a demonstration on high fashion hair coloring. Ava Willis, also of Memphis, make-up consultant, gave make up demonstrations. Models for the make-up demonstrations and hair coloring were Betty Webb, Joyce Brewer, Sara Gbforth and Barbara Sharp. Refreshments of party foods and iced drinks were served. Total cleaning power! GET 2 VACUUM CLEANERS CANISTER PLUS UPRIGHT COMBO FOR POWER COMPACT CANISTER best for above til* floor cleaning. E-9. ' ruz* SHOPPING CENTEB Bljthetllla. Ark. TRIPLE-ACTION UPRIGHT best lor deep-cleaning' of tap and carpets. IM4. Aciedltplan'designed." to flt «wiy budget StNCER • » TnttMfl! * THE IIWU COMf*"» Town and Country E. H. Club Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Thursday Thursday Club Golden Age Club BlytheviUe Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Junior members Dud Cason Unit 7 p.m. in' Little Hut Lutheran Women's Guild 1 s.m. Family Service Coffee, Kingsley Hall 1:30 p.m. Special Good on. - Tues. - Wed. and Thurs. Plain Short Garments 19 Includw SKIRTS, SPOUT COATS LADIES 4 MEN'S PAJfTS IN BLYTHBVILLB IPLAEA SHOWING CENT** white stripe from her chin to smashing, splashing colors, her shins with penty of ostrich feathers here and there to tickle her fancy. Other roles in Beene's bag of tricks were that of the English dandy with walking stick and patent leather hat; or the music nememoer Pay Your Paper Boy DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees wffl itart at 1:10 pjn. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions! National Holidays A Advance Admlraion Prices). Special Adult Price* 1 to t p.m. 75e - Children Jfc. Mon. thra Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c & 3!c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from S p.m. 90p & too. LAST TIME TODAY (NC) THF PRESIDENT'S ANALYSIS" — with James Coburn WEDNESDAY • THURSDAY (A) COMING SOON TO THE MTZ THE WAT WEST - KMt Douftai * Robirt Mltehum THE FAMILY WAY - With Haley Mllli THE AMBUSHERS — With De»n Mirthl .. ..TAMING OP TOT SHREW - With BUHMk twtof * Burton COOL HAND LUKE - With P»«l Nemn»n You Clean Up. We Clean Out! Your Fashion Dollar Is Worth More At The New York Store 1/2 PRICE SALE FALL-WINTER SKIRTS . SWEATERS PRICE MILLINERY Voluei to $6 Now $1.00 Value* to $8 »....»,.«... -Now $2.00 Values to $1T..... ,..... -Now $3.00 Values to $14. .,.„.,..„-....Now $4.00 Values to $16:.,,,..,:.,.:-,. -Now $6.00 Values to $18. . r ,,>,....,..Now $7.00 Values to $20.,«.,«.,.,««.,. -Now $8.00 Values to $22. .,„««„.,.,„. Now $9.00 Values to $25 Now $10.00 COATS tO OFF GOWNS-ROBES PAJAMAS-SLIPS OFF FALL-WINTER DRESSES PRICE Holiday - Early Spring Sportwear OFF COCKTAIL DRESSES PRICE BRAS GIRDLES Up To 'OOM THE NEW YORK 216 WEST MAIN — PHONE PO 2-2132

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