The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1968 · Page 4
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tut Four — Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News — Friday, January It,! f Mabrey Bride I Of Carl Lay Jr. Miss Marilyn Sue Mabrey became Ihc bride of William Carl Lsiy Jr., in a ceremony solemnized Dec. 29 in the Firsl Met ho- served Mr. Lay as best .man. Jack Nail of Memphis, GHry Joe Thomas of Jacksonville, Ark., and Mike Rolcson of Par- disl Church of Joncsboro. jagould, cousin of the bride, Dr. J. Ralph Clayton, pastor j were groomsmen. bfiVlho church, Officiated the; Mrs. Mabrey, mother of the ceremony. I bride, wore a mint green silk farcnts ol the couple are Mr. suit with matching accessories, antl Mrs. Hosea Demon! Mabrc Mrs. Lay, mother of lh« Jri, of Joncsboro and Mrs. Wil-; groom, wore a.pale blue two- liajli Carl Lay Sr, of Blythe- |pjccc ensemble of silk and bro- viUc, and the late Mr. Lay. jcade with matching accessories, flic altar was decorated with j They each wore a white or- brHss candelabra, that held 1 white tapers, on either side of the pulpit, entwined with greenery and an arrangement of wljjte mums. $ brass arch of white can- die^ was in front of a cross on the. communion rails. Choir rails were topped with greener| and white candles in fluted chflnneys. Ghimneys with white candles, greenery and white ribbon marked the pews. •Jhe Phi Mu while satin pray- erjjiillow overlaid the prie dieu. Mrs. Fred D. Troutl, organist played traditional marches and accompanied Mrs. A. C. Mode- lefeky when she sang "One Hand, One Heart" and "The Lojd's Prayer.' Mrs. Bob Frederick of Springdale, Ark., was matron of donor;- and Miss Annette Hanshaw and Miss Lynn Valenteen, both of',;Jonesboro, and Miss Billie Davidson of Aurora, 111., were bridesmaids. They were attired in floor- length pale blue crepe frocks, accented by blue velvet bodices, with short illusion veils secured by blue velvet bows. iThey each carried a blue, long - stemmed carnation tied with blue and green streamers. Given in marriage by h e r fatter, the bride wore a traditional wedding gown of silk organza fashioned with fitted Alen- coti lace scalloped bodice that featured a rounded neckline. Lace also enhanced the full skirt, and ISie tapered long sleeves were lace. Jlie chapel - length train was bordered with lace. From a satin crown of seed pearls, a mantilla of handrun Alencon lace fell to points below the waistline. She carried a cascade of white roses centered with an orchid, on a white Phi Mu Bible Noel Driver of Blytheville E.H.C. Meeting Notes Armorel - ett.es met Tuesday in'- the home of Mrs. James Thomas with six members and one visitor, Miss Pat Cole, present. Mrs. Hugh Don Ashmore opened the meeting and led the group in the song of the month. Roll call was answered by each member telling what she could do to improve her personality. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and the treasurer's report was given. chid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Mabrey were hosts lo a reception in-the church fellowship hall. A white satin floor - length cloth covered the tea table, cen- (crcd with blue carnations and blue candelabra that held blue tapers. The three - tiered wedding cake decorated with blue sugar bells and topped with a miniature bride and groom was served by Mrs. Richard Roleson, aunt of the bride, and Miss Jill Valenteen. Miss Dianne Gage and Mrs. Jack Nail poured punch. Mrs. Ben Kent, Mrs. Leon Brown and Misses Sharon Mc- Gahbey, Janet Cancer, A y ! i a Hudson, Ouida Hendrix, and June Wood assisted in serving. Mrs. John Dickson presided at the brides book table, covered with white lace and adorned by a blue carnation and ribbons in a silver bud vase. Rice bags were distributed by Lance Huff, cousin of the bride. Reception assistants had blue carnation corsages. After a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Apartment 2 of Skyline Apartments, 2445 Ketchem in Memphis. For traveling, Mrs. Lay wore a lime green dress with a matching coat and black accessories and an orchid corsage. — Society News — Fhyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 8 4481 Trinity WMS Meets Wednesday The Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church met Wednesday night at the church for the general meeting and missionary program entitled "More Missionaries - Now." There were 19 members present. . The meeting began by the group repeating the watchword with opening prayer led by Mrs Joyce Crocker. Mrs. Maynard Rcdell led the Fashion Tips Sparkling Shirt Create a dazzling legend together with your day and eve- ling costumes with a sleek-fitting French - inspired shirt ttiat sparkles with buttons, bows and rows of dashing ruffles. Have one in satin, batiste or French wool. Also great with culottes and at-home pants. For Night on Town It's Ihc crepes and velvets, the sequins and satins, the wdiff ly rounds of ostrich that spell out a night on the town. Tents with fluffy cuffed sleeves, shifts with borders of full feathers and matching trimmed stoles are great holiday are. Here, There, Everywhere Zippers are to be found everywhere. On coats, dresses, boots and even gloves. The new fashion look also means ultra- convenience, that is, until the zipper sticks. A couple of drops of bahy oil on the teeth in the problem area and the 'zipper will function once more. On the Go A knit on the go is a marve- Mr. and Mrs. William Carl Lay Jr. Norman Norell Collection Is Nautical but Feminine By LOUISE COOK Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Women who want, to sigh with joy over Norman Norell's spring collection will have to do a medley— "Anchors Away" and "I Enjoy Being a Girl." The nautical influence—brass buttons, embroidered anchors and middy blouses—predominated in the collection Norell previewed here this week. But no matter what the influence, the effect was overwhelmingly feminine. Tiny waists were emphasized by wide belts; full organdy skirts and puffed sleeves looked as delicate and delectable as cotton candy; and Swiss embroidery added a final dainty touch. All combined to make, it plain that Norell likes women who look like women—even if they slick their hair back severely as his models did. Variations on the nautical theme were evident at all lengths. Norell offered his black-tie audience a choice of just- floor-length, rhidcalf and above-the-knee skirts. For daytime, Norell showed the costume. Short jacket stopped just far enough above the waist to show a wide belt which, in turn, gave way to a gathered skirt, fuller in front than in back. Underneath, the models displayed turtle neck jerseys or blouses with huge, perky bows. Evening, Norell decreed, was the time to look definitely dainty. Yards and yards of organdy were gathered into puffed sleeves and skirts so full that women may have, trouble getting through doorways. Bows predominated—e i t h e r at the neck or at the back of brightly colored sashes. Color, to Norell, meant contrast. He offered a choice of file mariner's red, white and blue; the starkness of black and white or the shocking brightness of orange on white. Lutheran Women's Guild Installs Officers Thursday New officers of Lutheran Women's Guild were installed Thursday afternoon at the church by Rev. Sidney J. Pon- During the business meeting ' ous costume idea with an add- ] sell, prior to the business meet- an outline of programs was set Q d plus. Wonderful lanky lines that know no geographic boundaries are super. A perfect for the year. Mrs. Thomas showed eye- openers. Mrs. Ashmore won the door prize. Mrs. Robert Lawrence will be hostess for the next meeting. Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club met yesterday in (he home of Mrs. Barney Cozart with Mrs. Dennis Carmon as co-hostess. ^Fifteen members and one guest, Miss Pat Cole, were pres ent. .Mrs. C. T. Davis, president opened the meeting with the thought of the month. .'Mrs. Viola Morris led the group in singing and Mrs. C. M. Abbott gave the devotional. .Roll call was answered by each member telling ways to improve one's personality. •:A personality calendar was given by 12 members. Eye - openers were shown by Mrs. Bertie Hawks, Mrs. Naomi Rice and Mrs. Abbott. rMiss Pearl Lee and Mrs. C. G. Scherer won the door prize. Miss Lee was honored with a bjrthday greeting. • The club voted — as their project for the year— to collect clothing for the Arkansas Crippled Chlldren'i Hospital. The February meeting will ba In the home of Mri, C. T. D«- vjs with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham as co-hostess. The meeting closed by repeating the club creed. town or travel dress and matching coal, is nifty for any occasion and you'll always have that feeling of well-being. After a devotion by Rev. Pon seti and group singing, the group moved to the fellowship hall where Mrs. Williams presided over the business ses- ing. Officers installed were: pres- Mrs. E. S. Wildy presentee ident, Mrs. Bill Williams: vice--a short talk on "Mite BOXES' president, Mrs. Charles Wildy; land dedicated the Mite Box of secretary, Mrs. Fred DeCnir; i fcring. Armorel WMU Has Meeting Wednesday Armorel Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met Wed nesday night at the church with 12 members and one visitor, Mrs. Eddie White, present. Mrs. Guin Renshaw, president, opened the meeting. The program was entitled "More Foreign Missionaries — Now." Call to prayer was given by Mrs. James Thomas. Mrs. Preston Lawrence led in prayer. Those assisting on the program were Mrs. White, Mrs. C. C. Elliot, Mrs. Estes White, Mrs. N. C. Patterson, Mrs. Law rence, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Renshaw. Mrs. White dismissed the meeting with prayer. Bridge Club Has Meeting Down One Bridge Club met Vednesday in the home of Mrs. Tracy Sandow. Mrs. Ed Pike attended as a guest. ! Mrs. James' Parminter won high, Mrs. Burt Phillip won second and Mrs. Jack Rinehart won third. • The club will meet next,week in the home of Mrs. Harry Churchwell. group in singing the WMS hymn, "Where Cross the Crowded Way of Life." The calendar of prayer was read by Mrs. Martin Sifford who offered prayer for the missionaries celebrating birthdays. During the business session, presided over by Mrs. Idelle Lowe, committee reports were Mrs. Rodgers Wil I Host Club Tuesday African Violet Club will meet next Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. M. H. Rodgers. Mrs. Elva Poe will be co- hostess. Mrs. W. L. Boren will be leader. heard and plans for the quarter week revealed to the group: The mission action project for the church this quarter is the establishing of a "Crisis Closet." For this collection of usable clothing and non • perishable foods, the church plans to begin a ministry to the economically disadvantaged in the community. Following the business meeting, Mrs. Howard Caldwell had charge of the program. Assisting her was Mrs. L. 0. Vlarr, Mrs, Curtis Feeman, VIrs. oyce Crocker, Mrs. Ada 3erry, Mrs. Loyce Gesting and Mrs. Martin Sifford. • Mrs. Sifford concluded the program with a brief devotion^ al. ' - ' Dismissal prayer was led by Mrs. Rodell. • ••'•'. Mrs. Black Hostess To Bridge Club Thursday Bridge Club met yesterday in the home of Mrs. F. E. Black. Mrs. M. R. Handle was a guest. Mrs. Ed Dicks won first and Mrs. B. D. Hughes won second. The club will meet next week in the home of Mrs. John Cherry, Homemakers Children First When asked how they would spend a $50 bill" dropped in their aps virtually all women said :hey would spend it on their children first.,The under-36 wo- nen said they'd spend it on the louse next. Older women elect msbands to second place. Card Of Thanks The family of George H. Blaylock would like to take this opportunity to thank the many friends and neighbors for their kindness and helpfulness during the illness and 'death of our loved one. Our iriany'-thanks to Dr. Herbert Jones and all the nurses at Chickasawba Hospital, Howard Funeral Home, the Pallbearers, and to Rev. Hildon Burlison the minister. Special thanks aiso for the food and floral offerings that were received during our time of sorrow. Mrs. George Blaylock and Children Book Club Has Meeting Wednesday Great Books Club met in thi home of Mrs. Jack Hale Wed nesday. Mrs. Marvin Shaw led the discussion on two plays by Mo Here, "The Misanthrope" and "Tartuffe." The next meeting will be Jan 31 in the home of Mrs. R. A Nelson, 424 North Ninth. Mrs. John Burnett will lead the discussion on "The Firs Dialogue Between Hylas an- Philonous" by Berkeley. and treasurer, Mrs. Don Prevallet. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Earl Wildy. THE LONG AND THE SHORT OP IT belongs in your wig boutique because one hair ilyle is not enough for today's fashionable beauty. There's nothing like using two or more hairpieces for a quick twitch in coiffure and BOW a girl can change her hairdo with her mood. The layered look can start the day with the razor boy cut (• wif '„. (right) and end It in an aura of pure romance by adding a fall and perky ribbon* Hairpieces need (rooming to keep their freih, natural look and one company hn a trio of •Idi to do It H( home. There 1 ! a ipray-on cleaner that only needi bruthlng to restore loveliness. The sheen, when sprayed on adds lustre that makes it gleam and the clear, wnaake ipray puts Ike finiafeing tow* to jrow tairfe ' Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRIDAY & SATURDAY Sun. • Mon. • Tues. TheBOOlTINGBROIrffi-prodiiclion till fami Sex in Advertising Women 45 and older aren't Euddy - duddies. According to a survey, virtually all approved of the amount of sex in advertising whereas women 24-36 felt there was too much. The middle group seems pretty blase. Creased Help Bedmaking will go faster if you fold blankets lengthwise over the clothesline after laundering. This will "set" a crease down the middle to help you center the clean blanket on the bed. 1 ••••••*»•••••••*•»•••••••••»••••••••••••••«3 DURING WINTER MONTHS. Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. • MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices), Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 35c. Mon. thn Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 80c & 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. 90o & 35c. FRIDAY • SATURDAY (NC) "a little child shall lead them" How can a child learn to find his place in the world, and make- it a better place to live? We would answer, by having the great treasures of the Bible opened up to him, and learning > its lessons of love and spiritual power. That's what goes on every Sunday .at the Christian Science Sunday School. [CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL Urts 1:3* a.m. Church 1:00 »,m, Thi Cbrlitlan Selene* Society «f Nrtkerllle netti at tb« Wonw'i Ctak »uU«at. Hl« Wnt Mala Street. llylfcerlUe, Ark. We/com* frtiyoM • SUN. • MON. (A-MY) TUES. "UPROARIOUS! BAWDY AND HILARIOUS! 1 True Magazina COMING MMN TO TUB KITE COOL HAND UTKE - With Paul Newman riTZWHLY - With Dick V»n Dyke TONY ROME - With Frank Sinatra & Jill Si. John MAN FOR AM, SEASONS — With Paul gcofleld * Wend? HUM GRAND PRIX — With June* Garner it Eva Marie Saint

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