The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1966 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 27, 1966
Page 2
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Page VJTO - .Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, August tl, — Society "-•Vienna L»mbert,_Sode^_gditor Phone PO 8-4461 BRIDE - • Mrs. Gean Brooks Atkin- ion of Oklahoma City was before her marriage last night, Miss Vicki Jean Love. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mr:. Jack A. Love of Oklahoma City. Mr. Atkinson is the I son of Mrs. Gean Sterling Atkinson of Oklahoma City, formerly of Brooks Atkinson Miss Vicki Love at, Miss Vicki Jean Love and dan Brook Atkinson, both of lOklahoma City, were married .^ast-night-at St.-Luke's Methodist Church in Oklahoma City. The Rev. Joseph t. Shack- tord officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Love of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Gean Sterling Atkinson, also of Oklahoma City and a former Blytheville resident, and the late Dr. Atkin. ton. . Altar flowers were an arrangement of white chrysanthemums and spider mums. Cathedral candelabra holding cascading arrangements of greens, white chrysanthemums and spider mums formed the setting for the bridal party. White : mums and English ivy marked the aisle. A.musical program was pre- rfented by Fred Haley, organist, ""ami Dr. Donald F. Jensen, vocalist,, Jitiss Susie Harris of Oklaho- jna City, was maid of honor, and ; ~Mfs. Jack W. Love of Oklahoma < ; .City was her sister-in-law's ma- •^'itrofi of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Holly Kinkade of Shawnee, Okla., Miss Pam Adams of Cleveland, OJla., Miss Cindy Gauntt of Ok- lihoma City and Miss Peggy Sumner of Shawnee,. Okla. Their gowns were of sunspark yellow crepe styled'on empire lines with kabuki sleeves. The wajstline was marked with yellow; and green embroidered flow- jefsj and a moss green floor ;th velvet sash. carried cascading bou- •Squets of yellow glamellias and ^jrEnglish ivy and their headpieces were of yellow button mums. Sally and Kathy.Robertson of Oklahoma City were candle- lighters and wore dresses identical to those of the other attendants. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a wedding gown of white silk faced peau de sbie. The long sleeved coat train and sleeveless gown underneath were appliqued with re-embroidered Alencon lace trimmed with pearls. A pearl and crystal flower cluster held the scalloped bouffant veil, with pearls outlining the scallops. Sheiwore diamond earrings given her by her paternal grandmother. The bride's flowers were white roses, glamellias 'and English ivy. Bill Lipe of Oklahoma City served as best man. Ushers were Jack W. Love, brother of Sie bride, and John Wayne Kelley, her cousin, both of Oklahoma City; Jack Nail of Blytheville; Jay King of Clovis, N. M.; David Selim of Bartlesville, Okla.; and Tom Clark of Paul'* Valley, Okla. Mrs. Love, mother of the" bride, wore a floor length gown of toast silk peau de soie under toast ChantUly lace, with matching accessories. Her corsage was of yellow rosebuds. The mother of the bridegroom wore a rose print chiffon dress with draped bodice and floor length skirt worn over a silk sheath. Pink tea roses centered with an open red rose formed her corsage and she wore matching rose accessories. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre . OSCEOLA ••••*••••••••••••••••• •'i-'5 Last Time Today „. .DOUBLE FEATURE L¥. "MUNSTER ' v ~ GO HOME" PLUS «ft "WAR OF THE ZOMBIES" The bride's parents were host and hostess at a reception at the church and later at an in formal reception in their home. The bride's table was centered with a bridal cake based with heart shaped cakes holding sugar swans. The cake held yellow and white mums and cascades of English ivy and was topped with white satin bells and tulle. The white organza tablecloth was garlanded with smilax White cupids holding arrangements of white and yellow chrysanthemums flanked the cake. Smilax decorated the punch table and a silver candelabra holding an arrangement of white and yellow mums was on the guest book table. Reception assistants were Mrs. Jerry Lee Latta of Norman, Okla.; Miss Jan Sneed of Bartlesville, Okla.; Mrs. Don Frazier of Enid, Okla.; Miss Nancy Keesee of Edmond, Okla.; Miss Sharon Ansley" of Elk City, Okla.; Miss Mary Shroyer and'Miss Shirley Shroyer, cous- - ins of the bride, of Oklahoma City. ' The bride wore for her wedding trip to Dallas and Miami Beach a suit of yellow silk linen with hip length jacket, a. matching pillbox hat and beige lizard shoes. Upon their return from the honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson will be at. home at 2730 SOutJi Chautauqua, Norman, Okla., where both are at University of Oklahoma; Out - of - town guests included Dr. Oneal Atkinson of Hot Springs, uncle of the bridegroom, and Mike Alexander of Blytheville. B&PWGlub Holds Meet Blytheville Business and .Professional Women's Club met Tuesday night in the hospitality room of First National Bank. Attending the business meeting were 17 members and two guests. Following the business session an orientation program was conducted by Mrs. Margaret Rhone of Hayti, Missouri Business and Professional Women's Club president. Mrs; Lenora Condit, also of Hayti, was a guest. The B & PW fall conference will be held Sept. 24 and 25 in Jonesboro. New members of the club are Geraldine Mobry, Leoha Meacham and Dolly Couch. Miss Viola Bennett was pro-, gram chairman for the evening and also served as a co-hostess, wife Mrs. Mary Alice Schmaltz. The next meeting will be a luau on Sept. 13 and will be held in the hospitality room of the bank and members are Invited to attend in costume. Rehearsal Dinner Fetes Couple Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon Caffey Sr. of Blytheville will entertain with a rehearsal dinner tonight in Little Bock -complimenting their son, Hugh Gordon Caffey, Jr., and his fiancee, Miss Eugenia Kay Mapes, of Little Rock. Setting for'the affair will be the Old Paris Room of the Sam Peck Hotel. The U-shaped table for 45 will be centered with an arrangement of pink and white carnations. Candles, wedding bells and smilax will be used to'com- plete table decorations. Among the guests will be Mr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Mapes of Little Rock, parents of the bride-elect, and her grandmothers, Mrs. Lee Mapes and .Mrs. Floyd Williams of Little Rock. Other guests will include Mrs. Byron M. Seaman, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Byron M. Seaman, Jr., of Jackson, Tenn., grandmother and uncle and aunt of the bridegroom. The wedding will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock-in Pulaski Heights Methodist Church in Little Rock. Bride-Elect Karen Duncan Is Honored Miss Karen Duncan, bride elect of Brian Lackie, was honored at a miscellaneous shower: Tuesday night'at Cole Ridge Baptist Church. /A blue and white color scheme chosen by the bride - elect for her coming wedding, was used to decorate entertaining'rooms of the church. Corsages were presented to the honoree and her mother Mrs. Beryle Duncan. Miss Duncan was assisted in opening her gifts by Miss Cathy Hollingsworth, Mrs. Kathy Holmes and Miss Sandra Duncan: Punch and cake were served by hostesses Mrs. Ruth Wilson, Mrs. Glenna Hays, Mrs. Lora Singleton, Mrs. Judy Sanders, Mrs. Eileen Krutz and Mrs. Loretta Duncan. Approximately 30 guests attended. . ;: " The couple will be married Sunday, Sept'. 4, at Cole Ridge Baptist Church. : Fidelis Class Meeting Held Fidelis Sunday School Class of Trinity. Baptist Church met Thursday' night at the home of Mrs. Orville Northcutt for their monthly class meeting and' social. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Zula Beasley and the devotional by Mrs. Ada Berry, a class visitor for the meeting. A short business session was presided over by Mrs. Curtis Freeman, class .teacher. Refreshments were srvd by Mrs. Northcutt. Alpha Delta ComplirYiehtg Two Members Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Thursdiy night at the home of Mrs. Billy Bowen for a farewei! party, honoring Mrs. Bill Finch, who is moving to .Spokane, Wash., and Mrs. Mike Butchko, who if leaving next.weelt (or Omaha, Neb, in games played during the .evening Mrs. Butchko won high in bridge, Mrs. Curtis Corder was high in canasta, and Mri. Finch won bridgo. A guest was MM. Jerry Hightower. : The hostess; on behalf of the chapter- members,' presented Mrs.-Butchko with a baby tpoon engraved with Beta Sigma Phi letters- in honor: of. her son born earlier this month. • A dessert course with coflee was *erved. - ^iwniiiiiiiiKniwmifliffliinii jBits of News I mostly personal . -Mrs. James Dugan has returned from Japan'where she was joined by her husband who is stationed in Saigon as a.special agent. During their two week* there the couple .visited in'Tokyb and other points of interest. Mrs. Jim Hutsori. returned yesterday, to her home in Knoxville, 111., after a brief ..visit here with her sisters, Mrs. F. L. Sharp of .Lone Oak, and Mrs. Roy. Wells. While here she also visited her brother,. Ro b e r t Bradford, who is a patient at Chickasawba Hospital, and bit family Mrs. Hutson accompanied home her sister, Mrs. Sharp, Mr. Sharp and children of Lone Oak, who had been visiting her in knoxville/; ;....• .... Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Sanders have returned, from a three week visit in Canada and the western .United States, They were - accompanied on the trip by -their son-in-law and daughter- Mr, and Mrs.; .Charles, Focht,. of Pella') low*.''included' in their itinerary.'were Glacier National Park,'Calgary-,' Alberta, the Canadian Ice Fields, Lake-Louise, the Black Hills and other points of interest. Mr. Sanders, national Pepsi Cola Bottlers Association president, was in Canada to attend a meeting of bottlers at Banff.- ' .'..•. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Oxford and children Karen, Jimmy and Carol, left yesterday for their home in Terre Haute, Ind., after a week's visit here with PTA Reports Executive board of Sudbury Parent Teacher Association will meet Tuesday night, Aug. 30, at the home of Mrs. Junes Martin. All members of the board are urged to attend. Coming Etenti Tuesday Executive Board of Sudbury P.T.A. meets at home of M«. James Martin. Women Golfers of'Blytheville Country Club will meet for luncheon at 11 o'clock. Officers Wives Club having All Day Garnet Day at club. IOOF Lodge meets at hall, 8p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club meets at Goff Hotei, It »oon . . Thursday • town and Country Extension Club meets with Mrs, T. B Richardson. Duplicate Bridge L t a g u • meets at Shamrock Lanes Saturday • Duplicate Bridge League meets at Shamrock Lanes, 1:15 p.m. All • ia-on* Blessing The em piece stretch terry suits, lippered er snap -closed are an all • in • one blessing for the busy mom. These multipurpose bunny suits can be used for sleeping, playing or party- tag. -..--. •::- is mother, Mrs. James J. Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. M. M Randle have as their guests her son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Royal McCullough and two children, Lynn and Tot. of Nashville, Tain. First Baptist Church 715 West Walnut Invites you to: Sunday School —9:30 AM - Morning Worship 10:50 AM Training Union —6:30 PM Evening Worship —7:30PM Alvis B. Carpenter Pastor WARNING ORDER ' No. 16MT Jessie 1. Queries and Mlrtie P. Qutrles, his wife, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi • County, Arkansas, within thirty (30) days next after the date of the first publication of this notice, to answer a complaint filed against them by The Prudential Insurance Company of America, ' ' Witness my hand as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, at the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on this 25th day of August, IMt. < GERALDINE LtSTON, Clert ' By Opal Doyle, Deputy Marcus Evrard Title .insurance Bldg. 118 West Walnut Street . Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for: Plaintiffs Graham Sudbury 115 West Second Street Blytheville,, Arkansas Attorney ad Utem . 8-27, M, W, IT Such opposite* as flank steak and dates are easiest to die* when they have b en frozen. 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