The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1968 · Page 2
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Four - Blytlnvllh (Ark.) Courier Newt - Tuetdiy, February 9, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson have returned from Dallas, Tex., where they attended the wedding of their son, Lt. William E. Nelson, to Miss Pamela Hudson, Sunday, Feb. 18. Relatives of the groom who attended the wedding were Mrs B. F. Gay Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan of Blytheville, Miss Alice Nelson of Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., Mrs. W. W. Moore and daughters, Bonnie Fay and Elizabeth of Conway; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Gay, Mrs. Roy Hamilton and Gary Hamilton, all of Memphis. Lieutenant Nelson received his commission at Madison Aii Force Base in San Antonio Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Elva Ray McClendon Hooper - McClendon Vows Exchanged The chapel of First Baptist Church in Caruthersville was the setting at 4 p.m. Saturday for the wedding of Miss Kerry Lea Hooper and Elva Ray McClendon. pink and green mint. Miss Susan Hooper, sister ol the bride, was maid of honor, Miss Terrie Pickens, was the bridesmaid. They wore street-length cage design dresses of light green . . . UCD1KI1 Wl i>ptii<£i v»» "B"- o The bride is the daughter of flUed , gleeves a n d Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hooper, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elva McClendon, all of Caruthersville. Rev. Howard Ray officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Ruth Dunham, organist played nuptial selections whicl included, "All! Sweet Mystery of Life," and the Wedding March. The altar was decorated with a candelabra- arch with candelabra stands and baskets of flowers on either side. Tie bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white lace semi-formal cage design dress over a fitted white peau de soie sheath. The dress was designed with long fitted sleeves and stand-up collar. Her short veil of Illusion was attached to a small pill box hat. She carried a bauquet of white carnations, sprinkled with matching veils. They carried bouquets of pink and light green carnations, Jack Hale Tipton served as best man and Gene Morgan was groomsman Ushers were Lenwood Betz and John Clyde Thompson. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hooper wore a pastel pink dress with matching accessories. Mrs.- McClendoni mother of the groom, wore a pastel blue dress with matching accessories. Both mothers had white carnation corsages. | Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church lining room. Assisting at the •eception were Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Jim Lantrip, Mrs. W. 0. Clevidence, Miss Wannie Curtis and Miss Debbie Clark. Miss Susie McClendon, cousin of the groom, was at the guest book. Bits of Newsf moitly ptrtonai | Mrs. A. L. Richardson was admitted Sunday night to Chickasawba Hospital. She is in Room 13-E. George Ramey of Blytheville had an all "A" average for the fall semester at Arkansas Tech in Russellville. Marcus Stiles and Margaret Bagley of Osceola were on the Dean's List for the fall semester at Arkansas Tech. Mike Hilliard of Keiser is on the Business Team of Arkansas State University now competing with 40 major colleges and universities in the Intercol legiate Business Games and Conference at Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. C. G. Sherer is a patient in the St. Joseph's Hospital in Memphis. He is in Room 3125. W. B. (Burt) Mayo is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. He is in Room 940. Freddie White Celebrates Birthday Freddie and Mrs. White, Vernal son of Mr. White, cele- Mrs. Shaneyfeit Presents Wesleyan Guild Program >rated his seventh birthday, Saturday,,Feb. 17 with a party at the home of'his grandpar- mts, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts. The twelve guests attending were given favors of balloons, coloring books and colors.. Out - of - town guest attending were Mrs. Nola Gable, sister of the hbnoree of Columbus, S. C. Refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and soft drinks were served. Miss Sheila White, sister of the honoree, assisted in entertaining. Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist C h u r c h met last night at the church for their monthly business and program meeting. Mrs. L. D. Harris, president, conducted the business session. Mrs. Garth Castlio, treasurer, gave a budget report and Mrs. Algle B.iship reported as secretary of the supply work. A nominating committee was appointed with Mrs. F. L. Reed as chairman. Serving with her will be Mrs. Balph Berryman and Miss Mary Featherston. Study groups will meet in the following homes the first Monday in March: Group One with Mrs. Rex Warren, Group Two; with Mrs. Garth Castlio and Group Three with Mrs. H. D. Jackson. Mrs. William Shaneyfeit pre-j sented a program e n t i 11 e d I "Changing Theological Concepts." She discussed Martin Buber, a modern bridge between Judaism and Christianity, according to a club spokesman. Excerpts were given from Talmud, Torah and Hasibim by Mrs. James White, Miss Alice Marie Ross and Miss Featherston. The highlight of the program was a taped interview between Mrs. Shaneyfeit and Student Rabbi Bruce Warshal, from the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. W. R. Summerville, Mrs. J. M. Taylor and Miss Janet Taylor. A George Washington theme was used in table decorations. Cherry tarls were served as refreshments. Coming Events Wednesday Down One Bridge Ciub Wednesday Bridge Club Thursday Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes. Altrusa Club of Blytheville Kibitzer Club Duplicate Bridge League Shamrock Lanes Junior Members of D u d Cason Unit Blytheville Jaycettcs Lutheran Women's Missionary League - - (See Details In Wednesday's Courier News.) CLEANING SPECIALS GOOD THRU FRIDAY HRESH AS A FLOWER IN JUST 1 HOUR ANY PLAIN V4 GARMENT LADIES' * MEN'S PANTS. SPORT COATS, SKIRTS. SWEATERS AND LIGHT JACKETS. ANY PLAIN FULL GARMENT LADIES' AND MEN'S SUITS, COATS, DRESSES AND BLANKETS. BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED & PRESSED 45' 89 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHP S o c I E T Y Phyllli Reed Society Editor PO 3-4461 N E W S New Liberty Notes & News Mrs. Bert Ross is visiting her son, Nell Ross, in Venice, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ira N. Koonce and family spent the weekend in Clarksdale, Miss. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Leasure, parent* of Mrs, Koonce, and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Earls. Ira Koonce and B. Otis Koonce visited their brother, T. H. Koonce, in the Veterans Hospital in Memphis, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Sigman Hurt of Elbridge, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stephenson. The Stephensons also had as their guest, their daughter, Mary Tom StephensOn of Joiner. Robert Koonce is -in Veterans Hospital in 'Little- Rock. Here for, the funeral of Mrs W. T. Cain Suriday was Dowel Gill and son and Charlie Bagwell of Bruce, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. George Barton and • fan* ily and Percy Bagwell, all of Memphis; , Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Prewitt and family of West Memphis and Bill McDonald of Fort Smith, Ark. YMCATo Begin Dance Instructions Blytheville YMCA will sponsor basic ballroom dancing instructions beginning March 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the ,YMCA. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Horstman will be instructors. Information can' be obtained by calling PO 3-4479. Freeze the- syrup left from canned fruit and use instead of cubes in a cold fruit drink. MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Judith Lewis Is Bride of James Marta Miss Judith Ann Lewis became the bride of Sgt. James Marta Jr. Feb. 2 in a candlelight ceremony at Crossroads Baptist Church. Rev. Edsel Garner officiated the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wesson Lewis of Manila and Mr. and Mrs. James Marta of Sunnyvale, Calif. The altar was decorated with candelabra, entwined with greenery, holding white tapers. They were flanked on either side by baskets of white gladiolus, tied with white satin. Candlelighters were Tommy Stracener and Raymond George of Luxora, Ark. Miss Polly Lewis played traditional wedding music and accompanied Mrs. Grover Stracener who sang "Whither Thou Goest." The bride, given in marriage by. her father, wore a street length dress of white satin. It was fashioned with a round neckline and a wide ruffle of lace encircling the hem. The dress was overlaid with a long-sleeved coat of lace. Her shoulder - length veil of illusion was attached to a pearl teardrop tierra. The bridal bouquet was 'a white orchid with white glai iolus and white streamers. Miss Shirley Davis of Dell at tended the bride as maid of honor. She wore a yellow lace dress over satin with an empire waist. She carried a bouquet of yel. low gladiolus. Ken Taleno served the groom as best man. i Mrs. Lewis, mother of t h e •bride, was attired in a navy Bridal Shower Honors Miss Barbara Hardin Miss Barbara Hardin, bride- elect Of Sam A, Cubba, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Gene Trotter. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Marcus Morrow, Mrs. Bill Powell and Mrs. Kenneth Gipson. Fourteen .guests attended. Special guest was Mrs. Herbert Hardin, mother of the bride-elect. For the occasion, Miss Har- din wore a three - piece beige knit suit with matching accessories. She was presented a white carnation corsage by the host: esses. Mrs. Gipson directed games. The serving table was draped with a white lace cloth and centered with a silver candelabra. . . . Miss Hardin and Mr. Cubba will be married March 7 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. circled .with white wed din gland daughters of Ft. Siil, Okla" bells, was topped with a minia- j The couple are now living in ture bride arid groom under a Blytheville where Mrs. Marta lace arch. ' | is a student at Classic Beauty Punch and cake were served | College and Sergeant Marta is by Miss Donna Wigton of Dell,|stationed at Blytheville Air Mrs. Kenny Lewis of Marma-1 Force Base. - STRETCH TERRY MAKES the resort scene in a colorful way this season. Moonstone blue shirt topping short short* (left) his apricot stripes, long sleeves and a laced and bowed neckline. Ung-sleeved, square-necked beach dress (right) is moonstone blue detailed with wide bands. These are Aileen designs. Sgt. and Mrs. James Marta Jr. linen dress with matching accessories. .She wore, a white .orchid corsage, A reception was held immediately following the ceremony. The three - tiered cake, en- duke,- Ark., and Mrs. Dan Lewis of Manila. Out • of - town guests attending were Mr. arid Mrs. Larry Jackson and son of Chicago, 111. and Maj. and Mrs. Ray Culp TUES. AND WED. "**** AMASTERMECT "ANMffiSOMaV ABSORBING FUMf if. .1. THE DINO DE LAURENT1IS HHE In D-150* Color by De Luxe Weekdays: One show nightly at 7:30 p.m. Sat. It Sun.: Matinee at 2:00, Night show at 7:30. Admission: Adult* $1.00 Children 50e •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••"•••••••• k -" DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays it Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Fricei 1 to 4 p.m. 75o - Children Sic. Mon. thro Thurs. Alter 4 p.m. Secular admission SOc * 3So. Friday, Saturday A Sunday, Snow continent from 2 p.m. 80c & Sic. LAST TIME TODAY (GA) 'COUNT* RPOINT" — with Charlton Heston & Maximillian Schell • WEDNESDAY •THURSDAY (A) Juliet back and look who's with her! COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE COMEDIANS — with Elliabcth Taylor & Richard Burton OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE — with Dllck Bofarde & Alarfret WAIT UNTIL DARK — with Aubrey Hepburn k Alan Artti BALLAD Or JOSIC - with Dorlt Da? * Peter Crave* I LOVE LUCY 6:00 At the annual Home Show, Lucy: signs 100 contest cards to be sure she wins enough new furniture to fill five rooms. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SG5SETY SPECIAl , 6:30- "The Amazon"—a panoramic view of ths mightly river that'has repulsed most encroachments by civilization. Alexander Scourby is narrator. In color. REDSKELTON 7:30 America's favorite clown welcomes guests Terry-Thomas and Shani Wallis. In color. GOOD MORNING WORLD .,8:30 Larry rishs his job a» we!! as his bachelor status when he dates Mr. Button's glamorous • jet-set daughter. In color. ... -CBS NEWS SPECIAL , 9:00- n "Viet Cong". This examination of the most faceless enemy the United States has ever fought features film from behind enemy lines covering the Viet Cong from their point of view. In color. I—10 O'CLOCK NEWS & WEATHER—, I with FRED COOK. A full 20-minute report et I I local and national news—and weather. In color. . [, THE LATE MOVIE.. 10:20 Pretty Boy Floyd JohnEricsoR JoanHarviy EVERYBODY BRINGS THE TOUGH MACHINE JOBS TO BARKSDALE 325 South 8 rood way Manufacturing and Machine Works PO 2-2911 ttU tan AMI ,<*»

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