The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1968 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1968
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r -page Four - Blythevflle (Ark.) Courier News-Monday, April ». 19M News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Mrs. Jerald David Grimes Jr. Grimes Jr. .....«/-.• Miss MWer Miss Joyce Ann Miller, , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell-A. Miller of Mendori,'111., became the bride of Jerald David Grimes Jr., son of Mr. and. Mrs.'Jerald D. Grimes Sr. of Orlando, Fla., formerly of Bly• theville, in a ceremony per- fornted April 7 at 8 p.m. in theSUrsa Christian Church in Mefldon iRfiv. J. Warren Turner performed the ceremony. Mr. Grimes is the grandson of'Mr. and 'Mi's. John Ed Grimes of BIytheville and Mr. • and Mrs. C. W. Christian of Fulton, Miss. Ronald Brown of University City, Mo., played organ selections and accompanied Miss Marcia Bowles of Brentwood, Mo., soloist. The church was decorated with hurricane lamps, palms, lillies and brass candelabra. • The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of Chantilly lace with fitted bodice, scalloped neckline and long sleeves which came to points over the hands. The gown featured a full, ' lace - tiered skirt and the attached train fell to chapel ' length. j She wore a two-tiered, elbow- length veil of imported silk illusion held at a Chantilly lace crown encrusted with pearls . and crystals. The bride carried a bouquet o! white carnations and a white orchid centered on a white Bible... Miss Anne Tyner of Independence, Mo., was the bride's honor attendant. Miss Donna K. Miller, sister of the bride, and Miss Pamela .A.TTrMarshall of Marshall, Mo. were bridesmaids. They wore identical ankle- length gowns oi powder blue taffeta brocade with empire , bodices and A-line skirts. Bands of wide, white lace trim enhanced the long, bell shaped sleeves. . They wore matching head : piece's styled with daisy caps and double, short veils and car '. rifd cascade bouquets of whiti carnations tied with powder blue ribbons. Michael Furlong of Manaquan . ;j$ofe, was best man. j.'^'lan Miller, brother of tht vtride_, and William Chapin o "', : ;Cherry Hill, N. J., were grooms- ';:; Seating the guests were Nor r'-rnan'Miller, brother of the bride viand Chuck Miller, her cousin. "H The reception was held in the r-church dining room after which ^the couple left on a wedding '?& The groom's parents were .:if]Qsts to a rehearsal dinner Sat- njyrday night,- April 6, 'at the • : r Rainbow Inn in Lima, IIS. :5 A 1965 graduate of Unity High ,$SchooX Mrs. Grimes attended .'-Missouri Valley College at Mar- She was a member of , Zeta sorority. : Grimes was graduated 240 Persons Attend "La Fiesta Grande Charity Ball Approximately 240 persons at,ended the BIytheville Junior Auxiliary La Fiesta Grande Charity Ball Friday night from 8:30 until 12:30 a.m. at the Women's , Exhibit Building at Walker Park. . Music was provided by the Burl Olswanger Fascinators. Chairmen for the dance were: decorations, Mrs. Charles Langston Jr.; food, Mrs. Bill Williams; and tickets, Mrs. Peggy Godley. • • • • • , A Spanish decorating theme was used; Crepe paper flowers were used throughout the building and red satin draped the dance floor. A bouquet of white mums in a silver container centered the buffet table. Buffet was served from 9:30 until 12:30. The money -from the event will be used for Junior Auxiliary projects. ViiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiraiMiiniiRnsiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiii jBits of News | moitly personal iniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiP Mr.' and Mrs. Bill Alexander of Osceola are parents of a daughter born April 25. She has been named -Alyse Haven. Mrs. Alexander is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Haven Jr. of Forrest City. Virginia Ann Heath, BIythe- ville student at the University of Oklahoma, will begin her student teaching at. the start of the fall semester in September. 'She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blan S. Heath. rom William R. Boone Hig! chooi in Orlando .in 1966 an> s a sophomore majoring in ht man relations at Missouri Val ey."College.. He is affiliated with'- Alpha Sigma Phi, social fraternity, and Alpha Phi Omega^ service raternity. : The couple are at home at 1151 S. Sharo in Marshall. G.A/s Have Recent Meeting Armorel Junior Girl's Auxiliary met Wednesday at 8 p.m. The program topic was "You Are .Witnesses." Those assisting on the program were Linda Johnson, Georgie Woods, Carol Spurlock and Vickie BrancH The prayer calendar was reac by Linda Johnson and -Peggy Lawrence led in prayer. Refreshments were served and the remainder of the meet- ng : the girls worked on their .A. scrapbook. Anna Dobbs gave the- closing irayer. Bridge League Meets At Razorback Duplicate Bridge League met Saturday afternoon at the Razorback Restaurant. The league played H o w e 11 Movement. Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. 3ill McMath of Osceola won first, Mrs. Charles Langston and Mrs. Douglas Donoho won second; Mrs. Arnold Miller and Mrs. Forrest Moore won third and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Randle won fourth. The next meeting will be Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Razorback for Master Point games. They Taste Better In using canned foods, spice them with a little imagination. Canned peas, for instance, taste better with the addition of onions and butter. Well in Fashion Small bags opening two and three ways into separate com- jartments, bright Bonnie berets, vivid felt Clyde fedoras as well as the Aussie and sombero, to tie under, the chin or not, are well in fashion. "Jewels" of wood, bamboo or mock tortoise will be gracing wrists, earlobes and the necklines o: dresses. PROFESSIONAL RUG CLEANERS CALL PO 2-2433 PEERLESS Free Pickup And Delivery Coming Events Tuesday Contract Club, home of Mrs. I. E. Campbell Tuesday Bridge Club Gospell singing, 8 p.m. IOOF Hal,l 117& 2nd Street BIytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association beginners clinic, 10 a.m. Dell Kiwanis, 7:30 p.m., school cafetorium Wednesday Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. BJytheville Garden Club 1 p.m, T and C Bunco Club Nazarene World Mission Society, 7:30 p.m. at church Hannah Class of First Baptist BEFORE THE BALL—Mrs. C. E. Campbell (right) and Mrs. Bill Williams were among Junior Auxiliary members who assisted in decorating the .Women's Exhibit Building at Walker Park in preparation for Saturday-night's-charity ball. (Courier News Photo) Church ••• Wednesday Bridge Club, home of Mr. G. 0. 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