The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1968 · Page 3
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(Ark.) faurler News - Saturday, May 18, 19» ~ Page Mr. and Mrs. Dennis- Dewayne Darby Miss Tart Bride of Dennis Darby Miss Brenda Sue Tart became, topped with yellow and white the '. bride of. Dennis Dewayne' Diirby in a ceremony performed April :20 at Clear Lake Baptist Church at-8 pirn. • -• The bride is the- daughter of- Mi;s. Ethel Tart and the late Charles Tart. ' : ' Mr.Darby is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ben Darby. The altar was decorated with an arch flanked on either side with baskets of yellow gladiolus and candelabra trees. Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, soloist, sang "More" and "Because" accompanied by Mrs. -B a b e Howard, organist. They .wore white siiOwflake pom corsages. • Mrs. Harold Turpin attended his sister as matron of honor. She wore a gown .of maize silk organza that featured- an empire waist, roll neckline anc brief sleeves. The floor-length gown featured flower, trim, at the sleeves ahc waist. S'h'e wore a headpiece of . matching bows and illusion, and 'carried a nosegay of yellow sriowflake mums, tied with yellow satin ribbon. . 'The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Jarnes Tart, wore an original gown of silk organza and Chantilly lace. The empire bodice of lace featured a scooped neckline and long sleeves that tapered to points over the hands. The A line skirt featured a double-row of lace at the hemline. The detachable chapel-length train, held at the shoulders with a flat bow, was bordered in bands, of lace and scallops. The.triple - tiered veil of silk illusion fell from a cluster of organza loops trimmed in seed pearls. • The bridal bouquet was of white gladiolus, roses,' French tulle arid Patti Lou ribbon atop a white Bible. . •••-.W. C.-Darby .attended h-is • brother as-best man. • Ushers were Harold 'Turpin, James Williams and Michael Craig.: .-••'-•• ; , ' . Mrs. Tart-wore for her-daughter's wedding, a three-piece beige suit with matching accessories. -. • - .-. • • She wore a yellow glamellia corsage. - - . . - . Mrs. Jack Craig* sister of the groom, wore a powder blue ensemble with matching accessories and a white glamellia 'corsage.,-,' -. '. , A reception was held following the ceremony in the reception room of the church, ,. .The bride's table was covered with white organdy three-tiered cloth-anil centered with an arrangement of white stock and yellow poma'in a footed crystal .'container..". ', :.'.,., ••'The triple-tiered wedding cake was decorated with yellow roses, iugar bells and cupids. The top tier featured • miniature, bride, and groom atop three cupids. ' ; . .•'..: the rice bag'table, covered with «three-tiered white organ- dR cloth, was .centered' with a candle Ire* and yellow and white roses: •• '--••••• ., MM taw MN o* yellow net -Rice, bags were distributed by Donna. Cullispn arid Cathy; Gunter,. nieces of tte bride, 'and -Barbara- Craig, niece of t h e groom. ."•. . .^ Reception . Assistants were Mrs. Jake Darby,-iAlrs.; Charles Tart, and Mrs.:-pharlene-.Culli- son. . • • '• - ".-'''-• ' Mrs. Ellis' Gunter was i ri charge of the guest book. . Out-of-town .guests, attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weaver of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ' Tart of Hornefsville, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graham of Reiser. .... For a .wedding trip. to, the Ozark Mountains, Mrs. Darby wore a three-piece ensemble of cotton with matching accessories 'and a white rose corsage. The couple are making their home at Route. 2, Blytheville. E.H.C Meeting Notes Miss Scrape Honored The home of the C.B. Klones on South Highway 61 was the s e tt i ng for, a pantry shower Wednesday'night honoring Miss Barbara Scrape, bride-elect, of Robert Phillips. Hostesses for the affiar. were. Miss Claudia Klene, Mrs. Jerry Dyer; Mrs. Sammy Shields and Mrs. Weston Scrape. Decorations' and games were centered around a pantry theme and game winners were Miss Suzette Turner and Mrs. Dene Webb. , For the occasion, Miss Scrape chose a dress of hopsacking in contrasting shades of pink with matching shoes. . • '• She was presented a novelty corsage of miniature vegetables by her hostesses. Special guests were Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Miss Susie Scrape, mother of and sister of the -bride-elect. Both were presented corsages of white gladiola florets. Iced drinks and brownies were served. The hostesses presented the honoree with a skillet in h e r chosen pattern of cookware. Miss Scrape and Mr. Phillips will be married May 26 at Lake Street Methodist Church at p.m. Armorel-ettes Extension Homemakers Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs.'A. B. Stin-1 African'Violet Club, 2 p.m. nett for their regular meeting I home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Coming Events Monday Joy Rebekah. Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards, 7:30 p.m. Blytheville .Very Little The* atre, Hospitality Room, Ark-Mo Power. ' ..•'.' Dell Baptist. Women's Missionary Union at the church. Rebekah Lodge 18, 8 p.m. IOOF Hall. Tops Razorback . TrimetteS: 7:30 p.m. Hospitality Room, FirstNational" Baink. , Wesleyaa Service Guild of the First Methodist Church business and program -meeting at the. church;7:30, p.m. ..-.;,-First Methodist: Church .Women's Society of, Christian Ser. vice;- Circles One -through six meet at 2 p.m; and .Circle Seven,. 7:30 p.m.; Circle One, Mrs Elbert Johnson; Circle Two Mrs. H.'G. Bush; Circle Three Mrs. :'Harvey Morris; Circle Four, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham; Circle Five, Mrs. Roy Hall; Circle Six, Mrs. J. M. Jontz and Circle Seven, Mrs. Norman Kette'nhan. " " " '"" First Baptist f Day C.ircles meet at 1:30 p.m. in the following homes:. Circle One, Mrs Johnny Rapert; Circle Two Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt; Circle Three,' Mrs. .R.. E. Blaylock; Circle Four, Mrs.- C. D. Hood; Circle Five; Mrs. Thomas Bo gun;. Circle Six, -Mrs.. Lill.ie Johnson and ; Circle Seven, Mrs, J. E..Dyer. First Baptist-Night Women's Missionary Society at the church, 7. p.m.-for dinner and program meeting. • Dell .Methodist Women's Missionary Society of Christian Service, 7:30 at the church. Episcopal Churchwomen. . Family Fellowship Supper, 6:30 p.m. First Christian Church. •" .- " . Tuesday Daughters of the American Colonists, Blytheville Country Cliib. •'.•".'. Alpha Delta Chapter, home ol Mrs. Roland Steward. Golden Rule and Men's Bible Class of Beacon Baptist Church. with nine members and three guests attending. President, Mrs. Hugh .- Ashmore, opened the-meeting with the thought of the - mqnth.. Members sang the song of. the month. Mrs., Robert Lawrence gave the : devotional and Mrs. Billy Brown offered prayer. ' Eye-openers were shown by Mrs! Stinnett, Mrs.. James Thomas and Mrs. Billy Williams. Leaders reports on home management, family life, housing, health and safety, clothing and food were given. Mrs. Thomas gave-a quiz on the. "Hows and Whys of Baking". Mrs. Joe Ashmore was game winner. . The meeting closed with the E. H. Club .Creed and a social hour followed. ' . ; .- • Nine Attend Class Meetings Rebekah, Class .of Gosnell Baptist Church met; Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ethel Moody -with six members and three guests, Mr. Roy McKa'y, Mrs. Nora Uawson and Mrs. Wanda Dye, '' . The meeting opened with the singing of the theme song. Mrs. Lawson led, the group in prayer.' V ,' : ; ;. : ;. • Secretary and treasurer's reports were given' by Mrs. Jack Moody. Following » meeting, Mrs. short Ann business Maxwell gave the devotional .taken from he fifth chapter of Second Kings. ''•• • "'-.'•• .-'-OK.':-; ' .Closing prayers wen by Mrt. McKay and Mrs. M«sw«ll. - Refreshments were served by Mrs.--Dye.'' .•'•• •' : -'- 1 --. 1 i'-< ^>;: ',:" Mrs. Jack Moody will be.host- «n tor tha nest meeting, Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. '• • ;• Xi Xi Chapter,':Beta Sigma Phi. Dell Kiwanis Club, 7:30 p.m. school cafetorium. , Contract Brigde Club, home of Mrs. Charles Crigger III. Wednesday 97th Service Squadron Wives Club, 7 p.m. home of Mrs. Richard J. Tessier,. 1647 B.- Sycamore, BAFB. • : Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club, workshop meeting at the- clubhouse. Clear Lake Baptist Women's Missionary.- Armorel Woman's Missionary Union 7:30 p.m. at the church. •Wednesday Bridge Club. Down One Bridge Club 1 p.m. Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League, 9:30 a.m. Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom. Chapter. D, P.E.O. Altrusa Club of Blytheville. Thursday Club. , ; - : Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League, 7:30 p.m. Razorback Restaurant. Friday Mary Martha Sunday School Class, home'of Mrs, Louis Proctor. Friday Bridge Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League, M5 p.m. Razorback Bestaurant. Flying Squares, Kmgsley Hal! Service Club. Old-Faihloned Remedy If a white garment contains some of, 'the- new synthetics, ordinary, bleach'njay turn .it yellow. After washing, plaet tine wet garment in the sun to whiten. If this,doesn't work, you may have to'buy commercial eolor removtn. Two Attend Convention : The Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs Annual! Convention was-held in Little Rock May 13,14 and 15. ." : At the Marion Hotel, 179 clubs met" for'the convention. Mrs, Marcus Dairies, and Mrs. James Lee attended from Blytheville., Blytheville Woman's Club won first place for their press book. 1 Mrs. Gaines-received an honor roll, award for the club and a certificate of appreciation for the club's participation in.the CARE program, "South Vietnam -4the Human Needs". ; State officers elected for 196871 are: president, Mrs. Marvin Green of'Stephens; first vice- president, Mrs. Gordon P. Oats of Little Rock; second vice- president, Mrs. S. C. Chapin of Truman; secretary,. Mrs. E. L. Romans of Fayetteville; and treasurer, Mrs. Jack Essex of Dewitt. Couple Honored At Meeting Blytheville Citizens Band Club met this week in the .Mississippi County Electric. Cooperative r building for their regular monthly meeting. .The meeting was'called to order by the president, Johnny Mick. . - . David True was elected treasurer to fill the unexpired term of James McFall. Plans were made for the club's annual fish fry to be Sunday, July 14, and committees were appointed. Tickets were distributed to members to be sold at 50 cents each. A cake honoring Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers was served with lemonade. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will be moving to Baton Rouge, La. Glenn Lynch won the $5 attendance prize. WM5 Meets Wednesday The Women's Missionary Society of Trinity Baptist Church met Wednesday night at the church ;for a missionary program and business meeting. • Twenty - one members and four guests, Mrs.. V. D,. Overman, Mrs. Lucille Ozment, Mrs. Ronnie Gentry and Miss Carol Hill attended. The meeting began with: the group singing "0 Zion Haste;" Prayer was fay Mrs. Claude Brewer and the call to .prayer was by Mrs. Joyce Crocker. The program discussion was entitled "Environment for Missions," led by Mrs. Loyce Gestring. '.. . . • ' Those assisting on the program, were Miss Hill, Mrs. J. D. Eatmon, -Mrs. Carl Pate, Mrs. L. D. Marr, Mrs. Martin Sifford, Mrs. Jim Hensley and \ Mrs. Howard Caldwell. A brief business session followed the program. Dismi'ssalprayer was by Mrs. Idelle Lowe. Banquet Honors Senior FJELA- Members Recently The Blytheville, Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America recently held a mother-daughter banquet at the Blytheville Junior High School Cafetorium. ; . ' '••' Guests of honor were the senior members and their mothers. Approximately 133 guests and club members attended. Entertainment. was provided by several members who presented a short play, and Karen Sullivan sang a solo accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Bob Sullivan. Gifts of appreciation were presented to Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. Terry Huckabee, club sponsors. - Joyce. Cockrell was also presented a.gift of appreciation and an F.H;A. bracelet,for being selected Girl of the Year. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Meador and Mr. and Mrs! C. C. Dulaney. . Mr. Meador presented' Lilli Dann with the 1968 Crisco Award for the outstanding stu • dent in home economics. Honorary members selected for; outstanding work with the organization were' Mrs. L. M. Cockrell and Mrs. Jack Rowland. The new officers for 1968-69 were installed and those members who earned degrees were presented their symbols of achievement. Social and Personal Notes Mrs. Darrel Wigtion a'nd daughter, -Tina, of ROckford, 111., are .visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Lavelle Owen, and family. Mrs.. Margaret Burns, who has been a patient' in Chickasawba.:Hospital, has been dismissed. ..-••,Roberta-Ray of Leachville was recently'-elected vice-president of 'Alpha-pmic'ron-i-Fi sorority at Arkansas.State University. . Billy Elbert'ROss of Blytheville,. was one of six University of Arkansas students'named recipients' of- the.Senior Scholarship Key, the highest academic honor the-University bestows on an undergraduate. Mr. Ross is enrolled . in the University's School. of Law. Margaret Bagley of Joiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bagley, has received an assistantship at the. University of. Alaska in geochemistry. She is a student at Arkansas Tech. Mr. and Mrs. CarvelL.Tram- mell Jr. and daughter, Kim, have been visiting her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. -GeOrge Stillwell, her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman, and her sister Mrs. Odell Barnes, and Mr. Barnes. • • • MRS.-.J. W. McCIoskey, the only, living charter member of the Caruthersville Chapter Number 465, Order of the Eastern Star, was presented a 50-year membership pin recently. Jack Taylor, worthy patron, made the presentation. A program was given in Mrs. McCloskey's honor. MUR Vour Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "THE PENTHOUSE" Tops Discuss Meeting The National Tops Recogni- ion Day held.in Miami Beach, Fla, was discussed at Monday's meeting of Tops Razor- jack Trimettes; Club. Joyce Woollums was crowned he weekly queen for the most weight lost. The next meeting will be Monday night at 7:30 p.m. in the Hospitality Room of- the First National Bank. Information /concerning the club can' be obtained by calling PO HTM or LE J4170. Sun. • Mon. • Tues. and •Wed. Did you heap the one about The Traveling Saleslady? ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "CONTfST GIRL" "CIRCLE OF LOVE" •Sun. »Mon. «Tue. frank sinafra is tonu roitie FROM LEFT to right, Mrs Denver Fike, Mrs. 0 Wr- Cook, Mrs. William Ragland, Mrs. William.Leckey and,Mrs;': Cleo Hubbard are shown with the "Shell" knitted by Mrsg Cook that won third place at the Ninth District Spring Convention of the Federated Women's Club of Missouri, heU, recently in Cape Girardeau " CONTINUOUS SHOWING DAILY FROM 2 P.M, ••t»tt««««i»«««««« •••••••••••••»•*»« LAST TIME TODAY "DID YOU HEAR ABOUT TRAVELING SALESLADY" — with Phyllis Diller SUN. • MON. • TUES, (A-MY), HOW TO SAUEA MARRIAGE- ANDRUIN YOUR LIFE DEAN MARTIN STELLA STEUENS; ELIWALLACH ANNEJAGKSON COMING SOON TO THE BITZ GOOD, BAD A THE UGLT — Clint Eastwood .WHERE ANGELS GO — Rosalind Russell & Stella 8t«ves» SGT. RYKER — Lee Marrjn , SECRET WAK OF IIABRY FRIGG — Paul Newman NO WAT TO TREAT A LADY — Rod Stelger & L«e KemicST BLACKBEABD'S GHOST — Dean Jones & Suianne Pleslietifl Highway 61 Sourh Blytheville, Ark. ,..••...•01.»••••••••••• *••*• SATURDAY ONLY . TRIPLE FEATURE 1st Feature '.' 2nd Feature LAST FEATURE "THE PROJECTED MAN" SUN • MON. • TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE "SUPERIOR-OFF-BEAT,'AND COIUMBIA ORI6INAir-M.r,tiMf5 P«IUR£S Presents Plus Cartoon

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