The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1968 · Page 8
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Pagt Eight — Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Tuesday, May 14.1988 LT. AND MRS. RONALD Edwin Stewart are making their home in Phoenix, Ariz.,, following their marriage April 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Grcae Methodist Church in Birmingham, Aia. Rev. S. J. Elmore performed the ceremony. Mrs. Stewart is the former Miss Madeline Edwina Royal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Royal of Birmingham, Lt. Stewart is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roy Stewart of Atlanta, Ga., formerly of Blytheville, and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Halsell of Biytheville. Lt. and Mrs. Stewart honeymooned in Nassau, Bahamas. Social and Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. William E. Simmons announce the birth of a son born April 30 at Doctor Hospital. He has been named Kevin Wayne. Mrs; Simmons is the former Miss LaWanda Bar- are Mr. and nett. . Grandparents Mrs. Calvin C. Barnett and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simmons, all of Blytheville. Lt Ronald Edwin Stewart, son of -Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roy Stewart of Atlanta, Ga., formerly of Blytheville, was commissioned March 28 at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., Officers' Training School. He graduated in December from Georgia Tech. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bond of Vicksburg, Miss., were the week-end guest of Drs. Carl end Edna Nies. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis had as their week-end guests, their son, Mas Davis, Mrs. Davis and sons, Ricky and'Dana, of Dyersburg, Tenn., their grand- Bon, Mickey Smothermon, Mrs. Smothermon and son Scotty of Jonesboro, their nephew, Mike McWilliams of Memphis, and L. C. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hardin of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Gus E b e r d t have returned from a week's visited his grandmother, Mrs. Maude Reed in Leachville, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy HalselL Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halsell and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Halsell, attended the wedding of their nephew, Lt. Donald Edwin Stewart and Miss Madeline Edwina Royal hi Birmingham, April 19. They also attended the rehearsal April 18 at the Holiday Inn. Mr. and Mr, Victor A. Royal were hosts. Mrs. H. C. Layson has returned home rom visiting her daughters, Mrs. Charles Smith of St. Simon Island, Ga., and Mrs. W. H. Pease of Atlanta, Ga. 83rd Birthday Is Celebrated Friday Night Mr. and Mrs. Jack, Reed entertained with a birthday party honoring her father, M. K Poff, in their home Friday night. Mr. Poff was celebrating his 83rd birthday. Spring flowers were used vacation in Nassau, Bahamas, throughout the home in decora- On their return trip home, they. visited their daughter and son-j The 35 8«ests attending were in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Joe Van- se ™ ed . c . ake > P le > cof£ee and Cleve of West Memphis. | co '« minks. MissSandyWahl, daughter of: Children of Mr. Poffs that Mrs. Ted Wahl and the late Mr. : attended were Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Wahl visited her mother and Jonn Snar P. I* 8 - Burl White, sister, Linda, over the weekend. Mrs - Jonn Hannon, Kenneth She is a student at Henderson, p °tf. Carl Poff and Lloyd Poff. State College in Arkadelphia. | Joe Poff « f Hoxie, Ark., was Mrs. Russell Tweddell and unable to attend. children, Alan, Kathy, Karen • and Pam will arrive Thursday from Puerto Rico where they have been stationed for three years to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher. M.Sgt. Tweddell will arrive in' ent June. They will be stationed at meet PTA Reports Dyess Air Force Base, Tex. Mrs. G. H. DeLong has returned to her home in Austin, Blytheville High School Par- Teacher Association will today at 3 p.m. in the study center. Installation of officers will be held and a tea will follow, hon- Society News Phyllis Reed, Society Editor Breakfast Honors Four BHS Seniors Blytheville High School Seniors, that are members of the First Christian .Church, were honored with a breakfast May 6, at the Drummer Boy Restaurant. . . . A musical theme was carried out in decorations. Miniature instruments, mock oranges and roses were placed down the center of the tables. At the head table, a centerpiece of roses and mock orange were placed atop a miniature piano. Musical notes of the BHS song were hanging over the tables. Rev. Charles T. Hudson gave the invocation. Mrs. W. D. Cobb presented a poem, "Conversation with Youth," and Mrs. Lorraine Lunsford gave a poem in answer te Mrs. Cobb's poem. Seniors honored were Bill Stovall III, Barbara Hunt and Mike Deen. Also attending was Eddie Ford Jr., nephew of Mrs. Lunsford. He is also a senior at Blytheville High. Guests attending were the parents of the honored students, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall' Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Deen and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall also attended. Other guests 'attending weie Mrs. George Bryan, Rev. and Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Vernon Strickland, Christian Women's Feliowship president. Mrs. Strickland presided over the breakfast. Members of the planning committee were Mrs. Cobb, Mrs. Lunsford, Mrs. Clarence Andrews, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Mrs. J. C. Ellis and Mrs. John McHaney. Statuettes of graduating seniors, made by Mrs. Sylvester, were presented to the seniors: Miss Janet Connell Honored with Shower Miss Janet Connell was hon- linen dress with white acces- ored with a miscellaneous bridal shower Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Julian Walker with . Mrs. L. L. Wells as co- hostess. Miss Connell is the bride- elect of Jerry Tiger of Tulsa, Okla. Special guests were Mrs. Homer Connell, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Emily Connell, grandmother of the honoree. Miss Connell was attired in a yellow hipline dress featuring a pleated skirt and she wore white accessories. The hostesses presented her with a white carnation corsage. Mrs. Connell, mother of the cessories and red rose corsage. Miss Council's grandmother wore a- gray and white stripe dress with black ' accessories sories .and red rose corsage. Mrs. Shirley Tyree, sister of the honoree, registered guests. Games were led by Mrs. D. J. McLeod and winners were Mrs. Charles Coalter aad Mrs. Tyree. They presented the prizes to Miss Connell. Cake, punch and mints were served. The hostesses presented the honoree with an electric can opener and a 16-piece starter set in her chosen everyday chi- honoree, wore a blue two-piece ' na. Linen Shower Honors Miss Claudia Klene Mrs. Edward Pike and Mrs. Oliver McGrain honored Miss Claudia Klene, bride-elect of Hal Dixon, with a linen shower May 9 in the home of Mrs. Pike. Fourteen guests attended. Miss Klene chose for the occasion a yellow A-line cotton sheath with matching accesso- Hairdressers Meet Tonight Blytheville Hairdressers wil meet tonight at 7:30 in the Hos- ries and was presented a white lilly corsage. Special guest, Mrs. C. B. Klene, mother of the honoree, was presented a white carnation corsage. Peonies and roses were used throughout the home as decorations. Individual tables were centered with candles and daisy rings. Miss Klene was presented a corsage made from bows to be used in her wedding rehearsal. Miss Klene and Mr. DSxon will be married June 1 at Lake Street Methodist Church. "MOONLIGHT AND ROSES" was the theme used Saturday night for the Gosnell High School Junior and Senior Ban- quet and Prom; .The .event was held in the Royal Coach Room of the Holiday Inn. ' . ' Gosnell Has Banquet and Prom Saturday The junior class of Gosnell High School honored the senior class with a banquet prom Saturday night from 6:30 p.m. until midnight in the Royal Coach Room of the Holiday Inn. ' The theme was. "Moonlight and Roses. I: A trellis of roses marked the entrance and the. center of .interest was, a mural painted by the art department of the school. Eddie Williams, m a s t e r. of ceremonies, Raines and crowned Sandra David Prince as Tex., after attending the funer-loring all mothers of senior stu- al services of her brother-in-law: dents. W. F. Simms. j Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Glass j pitality Room of the First National Bank for a business meeting. All members have been urged to attend. BLYTHEVILLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Cleaning Special Good Thru May 16 ANY 5 PLAIN GARMENTS $299 Ask About Our Fur Cold Storage and Free Winter Garment Storage j Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTS TUES. 5 BIG DAYS! Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "HOMBKE" Plus "COMB SPY WITH ME" Relax Tonight! Go Out To A Movie! WED. And THURS. king and queen, of the prom; He also crowned the .princess and prince, Vicki Vogle and Bill Taylor. Sandra is the daughter of r Sgt. and Mrs. Fred Raines, David is the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Ru- WHS Concert- Is Tonight The Music Department of Wilson High School will present the annual Spring Concert of Choral Music tonight, at 8 p.m. in the school cafetorium. The program will feature the Junior High Chorus, the "Bulldog Choir," and the "Bullpup Choir." Membership of these three groups totals 205. All groups are directed by John Dresbach. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. Tina McGee Has Birthday Thursday afternoon Tina McGhee celebrated her seventh birthday with a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. Special guest was Mike Priest of Memphis. Eric.McGhee .and Tina McGhee were game winners. Tina is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGhee. ben Prince. Vicki is the daugh-1 Vicki Anderson, Sandra Raines, Hill, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rea, ter of Sgt.. and Mrs. Harry gle and Bill is the son of Maj. and Mrs. Malcolm Taylor. : The "Sons of Soul" of Jonesboro provided the music. Sherry Evan's, -Cathy Olson, Gail Wood and Sherry Wood served at the banquet and prom. Sponsors were Mrs.,-Roy Ashr abranner and Miss Tomie Courtney. . . Those on the program were Pat -Gonzales; J.. W. Rea aiid Jim Hill. 'Guests and faculty members attending were Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Hall, Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Auclair, Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd Ward, Victor Loyd, Jim Loyd; '.'.'-".: Mrs. G I'i n a .Bradeh, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mr. arid Mrs; Jim Mr. and Mrs. .Floyd Harlen, Col. and Mrs. Eugene Minietta; - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mr and Mrs. C. A. Moody, Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene .Ross, Mr. Eastern Star ; Will Honor Rainbows Blytheville Chapter 279, Order, of the Eastern Star, will honor Blytheville Rainbow .Assembly. _^ __ ^ Numer 38 with a potluck sup- to'the'mothersta observance of per tonight at 6:30.at Masonic rub, Boy, Explorer . SCOUT NEWS; Explorer Post 104 held a dinner meeting Wednesday night at the Dixie Pig honoring their mothers. ' A' special cake was presented and Mrs. Carl Ledbetter and Roy Ashabranner. Following the party, Lt. Col. i and Mrs. John Williamson, Sgt. and .Mrs, Estil Williams, Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan and Jim Loyd, were hosts, to bowling, a movie and breakfast at Blytheville Air Force Base. Temple. A regular meeting and initia tion ceremony will, be at 8 p.m All members of Eastern Star have been urged to attend, .and all Rainbows have been invited. Two More Get Honors In Latin Memphis State University has announced that two more Blytheville High School students won honors in MSB's receni Latin tournament. Jean Terry and Cile Dilla hunty have been added to the list of distinguished Latin stu dents in the Saesar (or second- year) division. A clerical error, MSU explained, was responsible for dropping their names from the list. Blytheville continued to dominate both first and second-year Latin in the tournament. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL PORK SANDWICH BEST BARGAIN IN BLVTHEVILLE (NO LIMIT) (See This Paper For Next Wednesday's Special) Mother's Day. •Jack Robinson gave the invocation and Floyd White was speaker. LARGE RED STRAWBERRIES FRESH PICKED Call or Come By For Your Needs Located near the Pepsi-Cola Plant across street from the Central Metals Plant — Mathls Avenue. Ph. PO 3-009 T KELLEY SANDERS Highway 61 South Blytheville, Ark. LAST TIME TODAY 'HELLCATS" — with Ross Hagen "CATALINA CAPERS" — with Tommy Kirk . 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