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PAGE FOUR BUTHEVrLLE (ARK.y COUHTEII NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1980 Jane Slielton, Society Editor Phoc* 446? Miss Hamilton To Wed George Spaclli, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hamilton of Blyihevill etoday announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Kye Hamilton, to George E. Spaeth, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spaeth of Blythevllle. A member of the 1950 senior high graduating class, Miss Hamilton was a member of the Glee Club, A Capella Choir. Ihe FTA, Beta Club and during her junior year served as president of the Spanish C!ub. She attended the 1049 Girls' State In Little Rock. She was recently presented by the Fowlston School of Music In her senior plant recital. Also an alumnus of Blythcville High School, Mr. Spaeth was a member of the 1945 class, and was a member of the high school band. He participated in extra curricn- lar activities and is past president of the Zeta Tail Zeta Chapter of the Phalanx fraternity. He is personnel manager of the Blythcville branch of Ihe Civil Air Patrol and holds the rank of first lieutenant. He Is now associated with the First National Bank in Blytheville. Tiie vows will be exchanged June 17 at the home of the bride's parents. Program Presented For WSCS Members Calvary Baptist Circles One and Five g a th ered yes { erd ay after noon in the homes ol memtprs of the groups for a program meeting, "Our Co-Operative Program/' Mrs. Maxine Atkins was hostess to Circle One and one guest, Miss Wanda Moore. The meeting was opened with singing and a prayer led by Mrs. lAiclan Galnes, Mrs. Buck Germany directed the program with Mrs. Galnes, Mrs. W. F. O'Neal, Mrs. Henry McCain and Mrs. Maudte Widner participating. Closing prayers were led by Mrs. McCain and Mrs. Widner. Two new members, Mrs, Vesta Wilson and Mrs. Aline Connell and one guest, Mrs. Mcrvine Gillis, met with Circle Five at the home of Mrs. P. K, Jerntgan. Mrs. Reba FrJest led in'the open- Ing prayer followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Eric HaH, Mrs. Cecil Jackson directed the program, with Mrs. Vernon Gcan. Mrs. Bob Colemari, Mrs. Harold Cflvasher and Mrs. Priest, participating.- The meeting was adjourned with prayers by Mrs. Inez Gentry, Mrs. Jernigan and Mrs. Hall, At the conclusion or each meet-, (nip. the hostesses served refreshments. '• Business Meeting Held by WMU A business meeting of ths Number Nine WMU was held last night at the church, with Mrs. T. N. Johnson, president, conducting the meeting. Mrs. Ethel Whittle presented the devotional after which the minutes of the previous meeting were given by Mrs. Alice Coates. A 'report, on the activities of the Sunbeam Band was presented Mrs. Bess Rllstin. Group singing and a prayer, led by Mrs. Geneva Caldwell. closed the meeting. flirt. A N D'r WHS. C II A KLEY STAL- CU1>, Jit., of',-. Blythcville are shown imnipdi- ately followiiiK their marriage Saturday even- inp in a ceremony performed jit the home of (ho groom'i parents ou II i g h way 01. Mr. and Mrs. Stnlcup will be at h o ID e in BMheville. I'hoto by O'Slcen Miss Wren Is Married To Charley Stalcup, Jr. Miss Mary Faye Wren of Blytheville became the bride of Charley Stfilcup of BlytnevUle. Saturday at B p.m, in a double ring ceremony performed at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stalcup, on South Highway 61. Announcement of the exchange of vows was mncJe totJny by the bride's parents. Mr. imd Mrs. Raymond. Wren of Blylhev'iHe. Hayden Mahan. minister of the Holland Church of Christ, officint- ect, Yellow hued lilies arranged In crystal vnses, and blooming dahlias and other summer blossoms were set around tUe room in which the wedding party and guesLs gathered for the ceremony. Miss Wanda Shanks attended as maid ol honor. She was dressed in a .street length model of pink silk with which she wore white accessories. She wore a shoulder arrangement ot white carnations set in bedded greenery. , A white silk crepe dress was worn by the bride for the exchange of nuptial vows: She pinned a single scarlet hued dahlia at the shoulder line of her 'street length gown. She wore white accessories to complete her costume, Lloyd Ford attended Mr. Stalcup as best man. ^ A blue silk frock, worn with white accessories was selected by Mrs, Wren for her daughter's marriage Mrs. Stalcup was dressed In a pink gown and wore black accessories in complement. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held for the wedding party and guests. The (our tiered wedding cake, which was completed with a miniature -bride and groom standing before a wishing well, was cut by Mr. Stalcup and fciis bride after which the guests were served punch, cake and party foods. Mrs. V. M. Brittfan presided at the punch table. The bride's table was topped with low bowls of snapdragons and carnations, flank ed by burning white tapers. r^,Stalcup and his bride will be at home on South Franklin in Blytheville. Both Mr. and Mrs. SUIcup attended Blytheville High School. The groom is now connected with his father, Charley Stalcup, Sr., Charley'f Electric Shop. Birthday Club Plans~ T Meeting The May meeting ol the C. and N Birthday Club, which was postponed last month due to n connici with commencement activities, wil be held Thursday night at the Dog wood Ridge Club House. Mrs. M. Eimie will be hostess Mrs. M. A. Mtddlcton will be gucs of honor. s Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burns and :lnUKiitcr, Anna Margaret, and Mrs. Helen Arrington left this morning (or Rorhi.'.iu>i, Minn., where Anna Margaret will undergo treatment at Mayo's Clinic. Billy Ray Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens cf Blythevllle. wlio recently enlisted in the Navy, is now stationed at San Diego. California. Mrs. Minnie McCain of Leach- vlllc was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attaivay and family. Mr. and Mrs. Moody Chlpman and children, Ralph, Herman and Laura, of Vancouver, Wash., are •pending several weeks here as eucsts of Mr. Chlomnn's sister. Mrs Clay Stalling!;, Mr. Sellings and family of Half Moon. They also are visiting relatives and friends hi Stoele and Dudley, Mo. Mrs. Cecil Lee or Dycrsburp was ihe weekend guest of Mrs, G, W, Dillahunty and family. Mrs. Lee came especially to be with her niece. Mrs. Perry Brtrbcr of Lawrence Kan., who Is visiting here with her mother. Mrs. DHIiihnnty. Mrs. T!«r- '.vill leave tomorrnw nlcht for St. !x>uis where she will visit before returning t/> her home in Lawre nee. Mrs. Vcrnon Tliomasjoii left Saturday for her home in St. Louis after a week's visit here ns enest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs \V E Gillispie. Mr. and Mrs. J. Karris McCalla and daughter. Jenny Wren, SJXMU the weekend in Roscmark, Tcnn., as guest of Mr. McCitlla's mother. Sister Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morath of Blvthc- vil!c, was the weekend guest of her family. She was en route to Memphis where she will attend Siena College for a six weeks course. This was Sister Pauline's first'visit to Ellytheville in six years. For the past two years she has (aught scnool in Munsler, Tex. Mrs. Edward E. Smith left this morning for her home In Baton Rouge. La. Mrs. Smith had spen the past several days here as guest of her family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wccdman and family. Mrs^ Smith came especially to attend the funeral services of her grandfather C. G. Weedman. Sunday. Mrs. Ellison K. Chester, of Clih- :on. Ky.. is spending several days here with her sister, Mrs. W. J. F'tzhugh and family. Eddie Joe and Eugene Katzenberger, seven and nine year old sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Katzen- bcrger of the Gosnell community underwent tomiltectomies yesterday at Walls Hospital. Their condition is reported as satisfactory Miss Margery Hale wiH leave tomorrow for Denver, Colo., where SEASON'S FAVORITE Church Groups Have Meeting The Faith, Hope and Love Groups or the Women's Council of the First Christian Church met, yesterilny afternoon in member's homes. Mrs. Fitzslmmons was hostess to six members of Die Faith Group at her home at 2:30 p.m. Mi's. James Terry, presided over the meeting during which the year's work report was completed. Mrs. J. C. Lowe gave the devotional. At the conclusion of the meetint; Mrs. Fitzslmmons served refreshments. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in calling on members. A combined 1 p.m. bring-a-dish luncheon was held by the Hope a'ld Ix>vc Groims at the Rupert Orafton home. Mrs. Hadley Hays, chairman of the Love Group and Mrs. Den H:ii- pole, chairman of the Hpe Group collected materials for the yearly report. The meeting of, the IB members V. P RS adjourned with a bore- diction. Following adjournment, the Ixjve Group presented Mrs. O. A. Tant, retiring president, with a gift. 118607- I j I 2-42 £„.„-..;., By Sue Burnett Just about the easiest sewing there is for the young scmstress— the simple circle skirt that gons together in no time! Teamed here •Kith a dashing square-necked peasant blouse. Pattern No. 8595 is a sew-rite - — perforated pattern for sizes 11 12 I a ' c Plr5t Ba P tisl Church meets .at 13. 14. 16 and 18. Siic 12. skirt. "• '"—-"' - ' •1 yards of 39-inch; blouse, 1 yard plain r ,fabric In 39-Inch; *& yard eyelet. For this pattern, send 25 cents. in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition—more American Designer Originals—easty to sew styles gift pattern printed, inside. 25 cents. At The Hospitals Hhitevillo Hospital Dismissed: Mrs.Ernest Asmie and baby, City. Larry Burns, Cooter. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. T. Nicks. Hornesvine. • Mrs. William Ellis, City. Mrs. J. p. Taylor, Steele. Comma Events Social Calendar Tuesday Jaycccttes meet at Jaycee club Room at. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. P. G. Riechcrhost(.'S,ai, her home. 1201 Ream, to members oi Lutheran Women's Guild at » p.m. Mrs. Pred Steadman hostc.ss to High Two Club. Thursday C. and N. Birthday club meets at Dogwood Ridge club House. Buzeliun Sunday School Class of he home of E. D. Swancr on Ken- ucky Street at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Duck Germany entertaln- ng Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs Alex Curtis. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to Octette Hub. Frlclaj Lucky Rook Club mets with Mrs. Veeman Huey. Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Haley and VIrs. W. A. Stickmon entertaining Matrons and Patrons at Haey home at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Nancy Part low becomes iride of Marvin Nunn, Jr., at 5iVO i.m. at First Methodist Church. T ,Vi I • """"' V ; euce. The Rev. and Mrs. she will tram M counselor for nine Ba(?!ey an[1 fami , y letl thli weeks at the Olr Scout Camp. The forb tne conlcrcn * e . Flying G Ranch. of her parents, during the confcr- Mrs. Roy I. morning Mrs. Ashley Haddlck and daugh- Mlss Bonnie Alexander sp-jnt the I ter , Janet, and Mrs. H. J. Morey weekend In Nashville as guest of | a i, ot of Little Rock, are spending Mr. and Mrs. Orin Alexander and j the week In Blytheville as guests of son. Dennis. j Mrs. Wyatl Henley. Mary Lynn Gay of Memphis is j Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison had visiting in Blytheville as guest of j as their weekend guests, Mr. and her cousins, Ray, Mary Gay and Mrs. J. M. Via and daughter, Nan- BU1 Nelson at the home o! their ] parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Miss Gay Garrigan left Saturday for Mineral Wells, Texas, where she vjiH serve as counselor at a Girl Scout camp for six weeks. M. C. Webb left this afternoon for North Little Rock to attend the annual conference of Methodist Churches of Northeast Arkansas. Mr. Webb Is attending as delegate" for the First Methodist Church of Blytheville. Mrs. Webb and family will visit in Egypt, Ark., as guests WEDNESDAY SPECIALS SHOP ALL DAY WEDNESDAY During the summer months through August lilyfhcvillc's two leading shoe stores will offer special values every Wednesday afternoon. Watch this paper every Tuesday. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SPECIALS CHILDREN'S White Poll Parrot Sandals lirokcn Sizes Sixes G-S'/i 9-121/j All Sizes Hut Not in Kach Stvlc BASEBALL SHOES BOY'S & MEK'S Sizes l'/j to 12 $395 FAMILY SHOE STORE !312 West Main Phone 2342 Wf DNESDAY AFTERNOON SPECIALS All Discontinued Styles in Vitality Patent "Celestra" High Throat Pump, Sling Rlack Calf 2 Strap, Cuban Heel. (!rcen Calf Low Heel SliiiK Tan Dress Tic Cuban Heel 'values to 11.95 Broken Sixes cy, of Memphis. They accompanied J. IX Via, father of Mrs. Allison ;o Blythcville. Mr. and Mrs, Adrian Via and son, Dannie, of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Pay Thorton, ant family, Johnnie, Jimniie and Peg- all of Portagevilte, were also weekend guests. eatre AIR CONDITIONED Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily Tor Program Announcements Today Only r,vu,A VAGUE . Selected Short Subjects Armorel WMU Has Bible Study A Bible study program taken from he four Gospel writers on the life f Christ, was presented the 16 ncmbcrs of the Armorel WMU who met yesterday afternoon at the church. . . V Opening prayer was .led by Mrs Charley'Brown, with Mrs. Ira Dick- ion directing the study program. The Woman's Hymn was sung >y the group followed by the clos- nj prayers led by Mrs. Henry Berry and Mrs. Prank May. Auxiliary Holds Circle Meeting Circle meetings were held yesterday by members of the Women's Auxiliary ol First Presbyterian Church. Members of Circle One met at :he home of Mrs. Walter Day with Mrs. \V. A. Dobyns as co-hostess. Sloven members attended, with the study course given by Mrs. S. E. rune. Circle T\vo members met with Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs, Leslie Hooper, at the Stevens home. Thirteen were present. The program on "Synod's Home Missions" was presented by Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Fourteen members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. u. G. Nash, when Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty was a visitor. The Bible study was led by Mrs. Hermon Carltoii. Circle Four members were entertained at the home of Mrs. R. W. Nichol at Armorel, with H present. Mrs. Hugh Hudson gave the study. Mrs. G. A. Whitten and Mrs. Alice Womack were hostesses to 17 members of circle Five, and five visitors, Programs Given Circles One, Five Fourleen members of the WSC3 of the Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon for a Program Day meeting. Mrs. Henry Young opened th« meeting with prayer after which the group president, Mrs. Dillf King, conducted it brief businesj, session. f^" "What Shall I Rcndert" was th« v program selected for the afternoon with Mrs. Joe Strickland as leader. Mrs. Strickland presented a scripture reading which was followed with group singing. Those participating were, Mrs. Linza Harrison, Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs. W. E. Green. Oroup singing followed the discussions after which the meeting was adjourned with prayer, which was read by Mrs. Strickland. In the social hour, the hostesses, Mrs. King, Mrs. W. L. Green and Mrs. J. W. Maloncy served lc» cream, cake and frosted drinks. entertaining at the Womack home. 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