The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 16, 1968
Page 4
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fagt Tour — BlytJievflle (Ark.) Courier Newt — fuenddy, AprD W, TM Miss Rhenda Janan White. William C. Sexton To Wed Miss €MSgt. and Mrs. Harold .W, I phis State University where she Wfiite of BIytheville Air Force!is.a freshman majoring in sec- Base announce the engagement of-'their daughter, Rhenda Jam an-White, to Sgt. William Charles-Sexton, son of H. W. Sexton, II of Bridgeport, Conn., and Mrs. W. J. Ballew of Asheville, N, C. '-' Miss White is the granddaughter of Mrs. N. F. White and the late Mr. White of BIytheville and Mrs. W. D. Davis and Clarence B. Clark of Amarillo, Tex. Sergeant Sexton is the grandson of Mrs. H. W. Sexton and EOn 01 mi a. Al. VV. OCALUll OllW Wf/Ultull VH.11UU* the late Mr. Sexton of Bridge-1 in Tulsa, Okla. ondary education. At Memphis State she was on the Dean's List and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, national scholastic honor society for freshmen women. Sergeant Sexton, is, .a.. 1964 graduate of Lee H. Edwards :High School in Asheville; He was a member of the "A" Club and the baseball team. Upon completing-his enlistment in July he will attend Spartan School, of Aeronautics pqrt and Mrs. J. H. Cordell and the late Mr. Cordell of Asheville. the bride-elect was.the 1967 salutatorian of Gosnell High School and is attending. Mem- The prospective groom is assigned to the 97th Field Main- enance Squadron at Blytheyille Air Force Base. The wedding date will be'an- ndunced -later. IN AND AROUND — BLYTHEVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed and daughters, Cathy and Pamela, visited Sunday with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poff of Hoxie. En route home they visited her uncle, Jim Conrad, and M£s. Conrad, of Leachville. -Paul Herrington of Raymonds- ville, Tex., visited Tuesday night with his cousin and her husband, Mrs. C.W. Pulley, and Mr. Pulley. •Mrs. Lucille Painter, Mrs. Lu'tner Payne of BIytheville and Mrs. Louise Bynum of Luxora spent Saturday in Jones- bqro. Mrs. Roger Massey of BIy- theville Air Force Base entered the base hospital Monday. Mrs. Anna Ashabranner is visiting this week in Mississippi with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Robertson. Mrs. Harold Boles and daughter, Brenda of New Mexico, and Mrs. Otha Kennedy and children of Nashville^ Tenn'., arrived Monday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones, and other relatives. ': • Mrs. Parvin McDermott has been dismissed from Doctors Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Estes left Thursday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Alva Brinkley, at Tuckerman. Mr. and'Mrs. Jacky Webster and children visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. James Paterson and family of Henderson, Tenn. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Webster and son of Nimmons, Ark., visited recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obie Webster, and his brother, Jacky Webster, Mrs. Webster and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seratt and Mrs. Clarence Helms were in Jonesboro Friday. Mrs, Phillip McDonald has returned from Honolulu, Hawaii where she met her husband for a week's visit. Mr. McDonald, is stationed in Vietnam. Bud Craig was transferred to a Memphis Hospital Wednesday! Mrs. Bertha Shivers of Tennessee arrived Tuesday to visit I her son and daughter-in-law, YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••I • TUE. • WED. • THUR. THE UtfttSCH CORPORATION PRfStNTS JUIJUEANDREWS MAXVONSYIXJW *TM£ GCOA2C ROr HU,<W*UIR IWiSCH fKOOUCTON ct JAMES A MCHENEtrS "HAWAIT' Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor lits of News) I moiliy penonat \ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Goodman and sons, David Ira and Kinley Cullum, were in Caruthersville Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Ora Cullum, and her sister,. Mrs. James Bingham, and Mr. Bingham. Mrs, Goodman's brother, Joel Ira Cullum, from the Dallas, Tex., Naval Air Station, was there for: the weekend. Her sister, Mrs. Glenn Chiilon, Mr. Chilton, and children, Tommy and Kathy, of Osceola, were there Sunday also. Mr. and Mrs. Bingham had as weekend guests their daughter, Miss Virginia Ann Bingham, and her fiance, Myron Hankins, of Mehlville, Mo. The Goodmans also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Goodman,, and son, Trafton. ' .'""''' '"' . '"' Mrs. Brad Daniel is a patient in Chickasawba Hospital. . 'Mrs/Smith Brackin. returned home Sunday, from Memphis where she has been a .patient for two weeks in the Methodist Hospital. . . . . •ishe i was motored home by her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Topper and Mr. Topper. Religion Week Js Observed At School Religious Emphasis Week was . sponsored by the student council of Burdette Junior- High School, April 8 through 12. Guest speakers were: Rev. Virgil D. Keeley, pastor of the First Methodist Church; Rev. Martin Sifford, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church; Rev. Joe Aldridge, pastor of Cole Ridge Baptist Church; and Rev. Ray Tweed, pastor of the First Baptist Church ' in Senath, Mo. During the services, special music 'selections were given by Mrs. Adeline Reams, Mrs. Martin Sifford,. Mrs. Dolores Morrow, Mrs. Bethel Brown and Mrs/Marilyn Shearin. Donna Stumbaugh served as pianist. Students who led devotionals were: Retha Weathers, Anthony Webb, Jim Payne, Danny Joe McHai'fey and Clyde Nash. Retha Weathers was narrator for Good Friday services. Stephen Austin and Billy Payne took part on the program. The choral group consisted of Linda O'Neal, Juliana Mahan, Billie Jo Page, Theresa York, Edna Sanders, Alberta N.eisler and Betty Vandergriff. Special music was presented by Sheri Brown, Debbie, Shirley Weather, Debbie Haynes, Dianna Stumbaugh, Beck Brownlee and Retha Weathers. Spring flowers and Easter lil- lies decorated the stage. E.H.C. Meeting Notes Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club met recently for their April meeting The meeting opened with all singing "April Showers " The devotional was by Mrs. P. B..Jarrett, ; Mis Jess Russell, president, presided Over' the meeting. Ten members and three new members;,Mrs. Comer Franks, Mrs Jerry Franks and Mrs Lois Harris, attended Roll call was answered with each member telling how she likes to spend a rainy day Eye - openers were shown by Mrs Ben Craig who showed a spring sport hat and Mrs Comer Franks who showed a swan i made from a plastic bottle Mrs Jerr\ Franks showed a doll sofa pillow made from felt I ;and -a stationery : carton made I from a plastic bottle. Mrs. Bob Scott showed a wall plaque made of upholstery webbing. A business meeting will be held at the clubhouse April 17. Hostesses Mrs. 'Jarrett and Mrs. Otis Seratt served cake and. coffee.,.., . . Mrs. Jerry Franks won the door prize. The meeting dismissed by all repeating the club"creed. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Shrivers. Walter Hudson is seriously ill in Memphis Baptist Hospital. L. D. Wade is a patient in Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wadkins Sr. spent the weekend in Nashville with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. arid Mrs LeRoy Wadkins Jr. •••••^•••^^^••ii^ WAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •••••**••••••«•••••••• LAST TIME TODAY "THE TRIP" PLUS "THE COBRA" WED. And THURS. NKNLMnnner "TOE HONEY PTA Reports Central Elementary School teachers will be honored with a tea immediately following the Parent • Teachers Association meeting Wednesday, April 17, at 3 p.m. Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr. is in charge of the affair. All parents and interested persons have been invited to attend. Fairview Parent-Teacher Association will meet Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the school cafe- torium. An executive board meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m. David Peters Celebrates Birthday David Peters celebrated his eighth birthday with 15 guests attending a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome, Saturday. Game winners were Bart Ivy and Janice Miller. Davis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peters. Ann Waters Celebrates Birthday Ann Waters celebrated her sixth birthday with a party April 5 in her home. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Waters. Games were directed by Dan Waters. The 17 guests attending were served refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and drinks. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Cleaning Specials Good Thru Friday ANY PLAIN '/a GARMENT LADIES' & MEN'S PANTS, SPOUT COATS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS AND LIGHT JACKETS. 45' ANY PLAIN FULL GARMENT LADIES' AND MEM'S SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, AND BLANKETS. 89' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dwayne Jordan Miss Forshee Bride Of Jerry D. Jordan Miss JbAnn Forshee became the bride of Jerry Dwayne Jordan in a-ceremony performed Feb. 18 at Calvary Baptist Church. The 2 p.m. ceremony was performed by Rev. John T. Lamb, pastor of the church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jodie James Forshee of BIytheville and Mrs. R. W. Jordan of Memphis. The couple exchanged their vows before an arch draped with garlands of boxwood and sprays of pink gladiola. Candelabra^ holding white tapers flanked the arch. ; . . Tommy Smith of Memphis sang "0 Perfect Love." Mrs. Freddy Battles., of,. BIytheville was organist.' ; .. . Michael Jordan"' was : candle- lighter. Gloria. Garner of Memphis at- tendeded her sister as : matron of honor. '• •••• " She was attired in a two- piece dress of pink lace over satin and carried a cascade of pink carnations. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white chantilly lace empire - styled gown. Her shoulder - length veil of white tulle fell from a crown of seed pearls and rhinestones. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of gladettes centered by white, orchids interspersed with sprays of velvet and pearls. R. W. Jordan.attended his son as best man. Ushers were Louis Garner and'Thomas Alexander McMurray, both of Memphis. Mrs. Forshee, .mother of the bride, wore a three-piece blue crepe suit, bone accessories and a double-blue Dutch Iris corsage.' . Mrs. Jordan, mother of the groom, was attired in a two- piece worsted navy blue suil with matching accessories and a Dutch Iris corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Forshee were hosts to a reception in the social room of the church immediately following the'ceremony. A three - tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom, nestled in a bed of leather leaf fern, along with pink tapers in crystal holders, centered the bride's table covered with ecru lace" over pink satin. Miss Judy Long, Mrs. Williard Glover and Mrs. Virgil Williams were reception assistants. Guests were registered . by Jimmy .Tyler of Byhalia, Miss. Out - of - town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith, Eddie Earnhardt, David Quinn, Jeff Morgan; Mike Gill, Carl Gray, Mrs. Darrell Feathers, Mrs. Bill Rayborn, Mrs. Zelia Jordan, Thomas Keel, Edgar Keel and Miss Drury Nelson, all of Memphis. For a southern wedding trip, Mrs. Jordan wore a paisley print silk sheath with white accessories and an orchid corsage. Club Will Meet Thursday The C and N Club will-meet Thursday at 6:45 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Garth Castlio. SALE APRIL 16-20 Nursery Class Has Party Mrs. Eddie SaJiba's Nursery Class held an Easter egg hunt Thursday at the home, of Mrs. Saliba. Easter baskets were made by the children when they arrived. Plastic eggs filled with candy and real eggs were hunted by the children. Cold drinks were served. Georgie Green and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Green took pictures of the group and presented the following children with favors: Brooke Coppedge, Dale Crafton, Karen Foster, Ginger Manie, Tucker Jontz, Shannon Langston, Bill Tomlinson, Laura Huffman; Taylor Rothrock, Audrey Tapia. Tommy. Keaney, Michael Birch, Cathy Childers, Rob Butler, Bill Butler and Georgie Green. llth Birthday Is Celebrated Dayna London celebrated her llth birthday with a party Saturday afternoon at Walker Park Roller Drome. Fifteen guests attended. Melissa Geiser and Lois Emery were game winners. Dayna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom London. Glass To Meet Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church will meet Friday at'2 p.m. at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. P. E. Cooley, Mrs. A. E. Trachsel and Mrs. H: L. Harp. Like to adventure with »ptc«» and herbs? Add the tiniest pinch of ground cloves and ont of dried rosemary to grape juice and let steep before serving. Strain to remove the rosemary before serving. 15 VALUE fafiac BATH OIL SPRAY COLOGNE For .very special frag* rancing In the bath, end after. Enchanting aura of Wrlsley'a French Lllao Jn sooth* Ing bath oil and spray cologne. Regularly $2.50 each. Perfect for gifts—or for your own enjoyment Perfuma • Soap* • HMe Bath • Bath Powder • Bubbt* Batrt •««<*& Sod/lot/oo Stewart Drugs 220 E. Main Highway 61 South •••«••*••••••<•••• BIytheville, Ark. LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE 'HOMBRE" — with Paul Newman 'QUILLER MEMORANDUM" — with George Segal & Alex Gu/ness WED. e THURS. < DOUBLE FEATURE FRI. "MEMORABLE!"- N .u-« "VISUALLY MAGNIFICENT! 1 -Unmeet JMWMB iiiKli PLUS CARTOON Bonded CREPE Reg. $498 $2.98 I One Table Asr'd Fabrics 3 $4 00 Yds. Gingham Checks Stripes, Prints Reg. 98c /A . to $7.98 Q/f REMNANTS * PRICE Slip Cover Drapery Reg, 9*c to $1.49 UNIQUE The New Invisible Zippsr That's Unique ZIPPERS Dacron POLYESTER Double Knit 60 In. Wide TOP MARK FABRICS 130 E. Main PO 3-8312 Matinees start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THKU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays and Advance Admission Prices). ... • • . : ...-'.Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c — .Children 35c. Mot, thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. regular admission 90c & 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show Continuous from 2 pjn. 90c-4 35e. .-....•.. . TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (GA) I! the h»pple»tw»y to entertainment!* to enter laughl n g Hw«m«eouiWlAHOURS • EASTMAN HUB IS COMING SOON TO THE E1T7, THE CUUDtUTE — Canine April It

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