The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1968 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, February 19, 1968
Page 2
Start Free Trial

P«g« T<sw — Blythevffl* (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, Mmiiry II, 1** Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Birthdays Are Celebrated With Skating Parties JaMoel Lott celebrated her; Game, winners were Shelly lllli birthday with a party Fri-'Bass, Debbie Burge and Gary day at Walker Park Roller Green, Drome. Glenn is the son of Mr. and Twonty - Ihrco guests attend- Mr!ii George Fisher, ed and game winners w ere! Calhy Baudry, Janet Smith and Hudson-Nelson Vows Said Yesterday in Dallas Melissa Geiser. JaMoel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solon Lott. Dan Carpenter was honored wilh a skaling party at Walker Psrk Roller Drome on his sixth birthday Friday. Seventeen guests attended. Craig Williams, Dan Carpenter .and Winford Jones were game winners. Dan is the son of Rev. and j birthdays Friday night at Walk Barbara Salmons celebrated her lllh birthday Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Seventeen guests attended. Sally Skidniore and Danny Hipgins were game winners. Barbara is the daughter of Mrs. Louis Salmons. Teresa and Larry Payne of j Reeves, Mo., celebrated their Mrs. Alvis Carpenter. Glenn Fisher celebrated his llth birthdav with 21 guests attending Saturday at Walker Park Roller Drome. er Park Roller Drome. Teresa was 13 years old and Larry was 14 years old. Twenty-four guests attended. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Payne. IN AND AROUND ••••BLYTHEV1LLE-- Among those called here due)missed Friday from Doctor's to the death of Mrs. Robert-Hospital. McDaniel recently were: Mr. and Mrs. Dee McDaniel and son of Hamburg, Mich., Mr and Mrs. Charley Deason and Mrs. Gale Deason, all of Sikeston, Mo.,. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve McCaulin and son of Ridgley, Tenn., Mrs. Margaret Welch ol Sleele; Haucel Procter of New Orleans, Walter McDaniel of Richmond, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Phillips of California and Ronald Patrick of Memphis. Ricky Robertson has been readmitted to Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Robert McDaniel had as his guest Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Knox and Mr. and Mrs. David Knox and daughter, all of Bradford, Tenn. Mrs. Gene Hardesty was dis- Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Sanders and sons, Jimmy and Maurice and Carl Threat were in Corinth, Miss., Monday due to the death of Mrs. Catherine Miller Mrs. Miller was a former Blytheville resident. Mrs. Pauline Warren was admitted to Doctors Hospital Sunday. She is in Room 304. Mrs. Earnest Morrow is a patient at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. LeRoy Wadkins is visiting this week with her mother in Texas. J. D. Stephenson was accompanied lo his home in Tigrett, Tenn., by Mrs. C. W. Paulley and Mrs. Mable Rose. Marvin Pulley and his aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Privett, are visiting Jiis week in Tigrelt and Male- (See Details In Wednesday's Courier News.) Miss Pamela Janls Hudson became the bride of William Edrlngiqn Nelson in a ceremo ny performed Feb. 18 at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Dallas, Tex. Rev. William W. Mlllsaps performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson of Ely- Ihcville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard Hudson oi Oklahoma City, Okla., formerly of Midland, Tex. Two arrangements of mixed white flowers were on the altar and pew markers were green and white ribbon. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory peau de soie and imported re-embroidered Ale neon lace. The moulded empire bodice was veiled with a jacket of lace, fashioned with a high scalloped batteau neckline, and elbow- length sleeves complemented with wrist - length ivory gloves. The slim A-line skirt was enhanced by a panel train of pleated fullness which extended to a chapel length. Her veil of imported ivory silk illusion fell below her shoulders from a calbt fashioned of shirred medallion appliques of Alencon lace.. The bridal bouquet was of stephanotis and phalenopsis orchids on an ivory and Venetian ace fan. She carried two wedding handkerchiefs, once originally carried by her maternal great grandmother and her paternal grandmother. Miss Susan Hudson of Oklahoma City attended her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Linda Cowen of Austin, Tex., Miss Laura Welch of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Paul Shipley of Ft. Irwin, Calif., sister of the groom, Miss Mary Graham of Graham, Tex. and Miss Carol Burgess of Bart- leville, Okla. The attendants wore gowns of fern green petit point. The moulded empire bodica was fashioned with a wide bateau neckline and long sleeves edged with a wide flounce at the wrist. Three small shaped bows marked the bodice in back. The A-line skirts edged with a flounce were floor-length. They wore matching ringlet streamers of fern green carried nosegays of white stock and yellow carnations. Candlelighters were Murray Tabb and Charles Tabb both of Dallas. Russell J. Brydon Jr. was organist. Ray Nelson, brother of the groom of New Orleans, La., was best man. Groomsmen were Douglas Anderson of Dallas, Jon Bruton of St. Louis, Mo., Jerry Crim of Blytheville and Lt. Paul Shipley of Ft. Irwiri. Lark M. Anderson of Dallas and Dick Oilman of Evansville, Ind., were ushers. • A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the Northwood Country Club in Dallas. The five - tiered cake was placed on a round table covered in ivory taffeta. There was a small cake on Hairdressers >H7 Meet Tonight Blytheville Hairdresser's Association will meet at 1 p.m. in the Mississippi County Electric Co-operative building. Bob Welch of Jonesboro will? show the new spring and sum-|, mer hair trends. '* All cosmetologists have been invited to attend. Your Fritndly Thtatn OSCEOLA •Men. •Tues. •Wtd. "AN AWESOMELY USOiBHKFUMr Mr. and Mrs. William Edrington Nelson sus, Tenn, Birt Mayo is a patient in Ken nedy Veteran's Hospital in Memphis. Leonard Cockrell was dismissed Saturday from Doctors Hospital. Johnny Bunn Jr. celebrated his 13th birthday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Quinn of Bloomfield Mo. Mrs. Rufus Jackson and daughter, Mrs. Gary Kirk, spent ;he weekend in Mississippi with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Dick Shaw, Mr. Shaw and fam- "y. Roland Mitchell Jr. son of Mr and Mrs. Roland Mitchell of Clarksville, Tenn., is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 0. M. Mitchell. Mrs. Jessie Smith of Dyersburg, Tenn., is the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. Maggie Lee Ray. Mrs. Wayne Swell and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Walson and baby, all of Searcy, Ark., and James Waller of Bald Knob, Ark., visited over the weekend with Mrs. Maggie Williams. Charley Thorn was dismissed last week from Doctors Hospital. Gary Skelton is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. W. Skelton. He has just returned from Vietnam. Mrs. Geneva Northcult of Hayti visited Friday with Her father, Walter Rynes. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DRIVE-IN SERVICE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY ANY PLAIN LADIES' i MEN'S PANTS, SPORT COATS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS AND LIGHT JACKETS. FRESH AS A FLOWER IN JUST 1 HOUR BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED & PRESSED SHIRTS 5 <« $ 1 ON HANGERS OR FOLDED We Also Do Khaki and Other Work Clethtt the bride's family for six generations. Table decorations also included a 13-point candelabra with ivory candles. Strings of smilax, miniature ivy and gardenias wound through the cake and candelabra. The guest book table was cov- ered in ivory taffeta with a, Kate Keller, both of DaHas and smaller candelabra and flowers identical lo those on the bride's table. The long buffet table held a 13-point candelabra with strings of smilax, miniature and white gardenias. Miss Linda Price and Miss Miss Jackie Curtis of Houston distributed rosebuds. The couple will make their home in Wichita Falls, Tex. Bridge League Has Meeting Duplicate Bridge League met Saturday at Shamrock Lanes. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Handle won first, Mrs. Douglas Donoho and Mrs. Charles Langston won second. •••••• Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs. Georgia Bailey won third and Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Cliff Lardinois won fourth. its of News] moitly pgnonat f iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiinfi Miss Pat Widner was recently elected' secretary of Pi Beta Phi fraternity at Memphis State University. Miss Widner is a junior majoring in elementary education. Miss Widner and Hal Med- !ing were the week-end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Widner. Miss Jane Burnett has been elected president of Pi Beta ~'hi at Memphis State University. Millie Weaver, a senior at Arkansas State University, was on the Dean's Honor Roll for ;he fall semester. Ronald L. Wilson made the Dean's List at Southern State Xi Xi Chapter, Beta Sigma College for the 1967 fall semes- The wedding party was. entertained by the groom's parents at the Hilton Inn, Saturday evening, Feb. 17. A bridesmaid luncheon at the Hilton Inn Saturday noon was given by Miss Laura Welch, and Mrs. Harold B. Welch of Midland and Miss Carol Burgess and Mrs. C. B. Burgess of Barttesville, Okla. . Out-of-town .guests and relatives were entertained Sunday Feb. 18 with brunches given by Miss Alice Mulkey and Mrs. Robert R. Rplfe Jr. BIBIE InD-150* Color by De Weekdays: One show nightly at 7:30 p.m. Sat. & Sun.:' Matinee at 2:00, Night show at 7:30. Admission: Adults $1.00 Children 50c Coming Events Tuesday Blytheville Junior High' P. T. A. Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Contract Club Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta I Sigma Phi Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta | Sigma Phi .African .Violet Club Dell Kiwanis Club nemember Pay Your Paper Boy ennetff WAYS FIRST DMAl ITV •* ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees -will start at 1:10 p.a. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: .National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). • Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children SSc. Mon. thro Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90c & 35c. Friday, Saturday £ Sunday. Snow contlnous from 2 p.m. 90o & Me. MONDAY AND TUESDAY (GA) [.Action writs &t trigger-point! •CDIIIlTEBPflf A iw«ts«. rtstan COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE COMEDIANS — with Eliiabeth Taylor * Richard Burton OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE — with Dllck Bogarde ft Marirct Brooks BALLAD UNTIL JOSIE — with Dorto Day * Peter Gravel WAIT UNTIL DARK — with Aibrey Hepburn * Alan Arku KEDUCED THRU SATURDAY! Think spring now and save on Penneys' famous fabrics Full Sail® prink and plains—wtll bthav«dl REG. 79i, NOW ML JL'# 35/36" wide OO YD. Lively colors for spring sportswear with this crltp to the touch cotton. Machine washes, ra- tists creases and a touch of (he iron keeps it frith. Colon, lubtle and bright. Our famous IU|ul«f»«t Plus printt and plains RIG. 9I«, NOW 35/36" wide Broadcloth wovtn of Regulon, 65% Polynosie* ra»*n/35K combtd cotton blind: Machine wash*! with very liltk ironing. Dan River's Dansfar prints and solids REG. 98<, NOW M/36"wM» tD. This wash and wear combtd cotton is just right for unlimited spring sportswear. Crisp text lure. Zingy colors for spring. • Dacron® and eotlen poplin — frosted and plain KEG. 1.29, NOW Oft* 44/4S* with 'TrTf YD. Sportswear swings for spring . with this Daeron* polyester/. cotton.'Machine washes, needs little Ironing, lets of colors. IAS qrl'V tin' 1 '" 011 hi)

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free