The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 10, 1966
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'"' Pag« I'm - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - 8«turday, September IB, 19M — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 of the church. The bride's table was overlaid with a floor - length satin cloth garlanded with smilax caught at the corners with pink carnations and nosegays. The cherub centerpiece was of white stock, carnations and snowflake pom poms flanked by white cherub candelabra holding while tapers. The tiered wedding cake decorated with pink roses and wedding bells climbing to a miniature bride and groom was on one end of the table, and a crystal punch service on the other. Both were encircled with smilax. Reception assistants were Mrs. Mike Simon, Miss Mikie Simon, Miss Linda Lou Lipscomb, Mrs. Jerry Krajewski, Mrs. H. R. Crawford Jr., Mrs. Johnny Lendennie, and Mrs Harold Knopp, aunts of the bride For traveling, Mrs Walker chose a green floral suit with green accessories Her corsage was the orchid from her bridal bouquet The couple are making their home at 714 West Main Street in Blytheville Out - of - town guests were from Caruthersville, Dyersburg, Hayti Miss Lavonne Benefield became the bride of Donald Streeter in a double ring ceremony at the First United I tecostal Church Aug. 5 The couple are' now living in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Nicholas Walker Jr. Miss Becky Greenway Is Bride of Nick Walker Jr. Miss Rebecca Louellyn Greenway became the bride of Julian Nicholas Walker Jr. in a 7 p.m. candlelight ceremony at the 'First Presbyterian Church Aug. '26:-.;;Rev. Martin Wilkinson offici- 7ated. ' Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Greenway and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Nicho-las Sr. of Blytheville. background of branched cande- the groom. Miss Nancy Hazel of Bay City, Tex., attended the bride as maid of honor. She was attired in a rose pink floor - length dress of French crepe fashioned with an A-line skirt with a front panel falling from the waist beneath a flat bow. The sleeveless bodice was designed with a scooped neck line Vows were exchanged before a and her headpiece was a double bow with a veil of pale pink tulle. Mr and Mrs Julian Walker Sr entertained 15 guests at a rehearsal dinner Thursday, Aug 25 at the Dixie Pig. The T-shaped table was centered with an arrangement of pink roses and white gerbera in a silver footed crystal bowl. The arrangement was flanked with pink candles held in silver candelabras. Dolls dressed to represent members of the wedding party stood at each end of the table. The adjacent table held candles in silver candle holders entwined with ivy. Miss Greenway and Mr. Walker presented their • attendants with gifts at this time. Ladies Day Luncheon Is labra and candle trees. A white satin prie - dieu was I She carried a cascade bouquet j \A/ (=lr J n p c .J_ x/ ..flanked by baskets of gladiolus, I of pink elegance carnations. j '' cu riCbUUy greenery and brass candle trees. Music was provided by Mrs. M. R. Griffin, organist, and Miss Jo Ella Todd, soloist. Candlelighters were Jimmy and Davy Jackson, cousins of SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY ;'• 9:45 a.m. First Assembly of God 7lh & Ash Sts. Rev. Marvin Haley, Pastor 9:30—"Bread of Life" Broadcast—KLCN 11:00—Worship Service 'Man's 3 Greatest Fears' 6:30 p.m.—Young People's Service 7:30—"Invasion from Outer Space" (America Will Be Invaded from _ Outer Space. Scripture will be given to prove this.) Attend Blytheville's Fastest Growing Church Mr. Walker served his son as best man. Miss Benefield Is Bride of Donald Streeter Donald Streeter claimed Miss. Immediately Lavonne Benefield as his bride (ceremony the in a double ring ceremony at the First United Pentecostal Church in Blytheville, Aug. 5. Rev. C. W. Liles performed the ceremony. Parents of Kie couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benefield and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Streeter of BJytheville. Bridesmaid was Miss Phyllis Reed of Dell. She wore a pink voile dress with a white carnation corsage and white accessories. Her head piece was a rose which secured the small circular veil.. Billy Crump of Jonesboro was the best man. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a'street length gown of chantilly lace. Her veil was attached to a single rose. She wore a white carnation corsage. For her daughters wedding, Mrs. Benefield wore a baby blue lace sheath dress with matching A Ladies Day Luncheon and | accessories. A corsage of white fashion show will be held for the Ushers were Malcolm Green- 1 women of Blytheville Country way Jr., brother of the bride, Club and their guests, Wednes- and David Krech of Memphis. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original gown of Italian silk and lace. day at 12 p.m. Fashions for the show will be the compliments of Wiiitsitls Dress Shop. ^ The bodice was fashioned with 1 Hostesses for the affair will a scoop neckline and brief [be Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Mrs. sleeves accented in lace. Sprinkled over the sheath skirt were appliques of lace motifs. The full - length detachable fan - shaped train fell from her shoulders and was bordered with lace. Tlie triple - tiered waist length veil of misty English illusion cascade fell from a cluster of lace and pearls: Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant, a gift of the groom. The bridal bouquet was a white orchid with purple throat surrounded with sweetheart roses and stephanotis. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Greenway chose a pale blue crepe sheath with a band of Italian white lace adorning the edge of the sleeves and hem. Billy Gilbow, Mrs. W. 0. Green Jr., Mrs. Bill Williams, Mrs. C. R. Cole, Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mrs. Ed Campbell, Mrs. Max Harrison, Mrs. Harold Doyle and Mrs. Cecil Holcomb. Students Will Meet The Gosnell Student Council will begin their workshop with a meeting Saturday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m. in the school. Consecutive three - hour sessions will continue each Saturday over a period of three weeks. It is hoped that this workshop will give members of the coun- Her ensemble was completed j c ji a better understanding of the with blue accessories and a j place and function the Student white orchid corsage. j Council has in (he school as well The groom's mother Wore aias make the student aware of celery taffeta sheath with an I his opportunities to serve the overlay of white chantilly lace. She wore green accessories and a green orchid corsage. After the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained with a reception in the fellowship hall student body through the council. mums completed iier ensenble. following th6 bride's parents were host and hostess at a reception given 'in-the Junior Department of the Sunday School. The bride's table was centered with a four - tiered wedding cake topped with miniature wedding bells. • The couple • are now making their home in Memphis, where the groom is employed at Bluff City Elevator Co. Out - of - town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Syurscow- sky of Poplar Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. William Crump of Jonesboro and Mr. :and Mrs. Charles Hopper of Osceola; Shower Honors Miss Willowby Miss Gail Willowby, bride elect of. Kenneth 'Pike of Steele, was honored recently with a miscelleneous shower at the fellowship hall of the First Lutheran Church. The groom's mother Chose a | _ Hostesses were Miss Jejinnie light blue suit with matching accessories and also wore a corsage of white mums. LWML Met Thursday The Lutheran Women's Missionary League met Thursday, Wourland and .Miss Kay Parks and assisting were Mrs. Mike Parks, Mrs. Richard Wourland and Mrs. Lowell Horner. Games were led by Mrs. Erich Lenmann. Miss Willowby chose for the occasion a cocoa sheath dress and was presented a corsage of pink gardenias. Mrs. Wallace Willowby and Sept. 8 in the fellowship hall of j Mrs. Otto Pike, mothers of the the church at 1:30 p.m. with couple, were presented carnation 16 members and Pastor S. J. Ponseti present. Mrs. L. J. Zeller, president, opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. E. S. Wildy gave the devotional. The group discussed their town guest was Mrs. corsages. Out - of• Laqueta Thomas of Steele. Among the many gifts, given to Miss Willowby was a blanket given to her by the hostesses. Those attending were the Wo- bootii at the Mississippi County!men of the First Lutheran Fair, the making of kits for Lutheran World Relief and the Arkansas Lutheran Women's Retreat to be held at Crowley Ridge Sept. 29. Delegates selected for the rally of the Northeast Arkansas - West Tennessee zone of the LWML were Mrs. Erich Lehmann Jr., Mrs. Fred DeCuir and Mrs. Bill Williams. The rally will be held Oct. 27. The regular meeting of the LWML was moved to Tuesday Oct. 25. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Mrs. Buddy Howard As people grow older and group themselves with still older people the subject of children's behavior often captures the conservation. This is an ageless topic which seems to attach itself to ageing. The vices or virtues of present day children are compared with their own childhood days. Quite often yesteryear's hazy recollections are clouded by the passing of time. To those who condemn or complain, the following quote could be interesting. *• "Our youth now love luxury. They hare bad manners, : contempt for authority. They show disrespect for elders and ,]ovc chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, •not the servants of their households. They no lonser rise •;,when elders enter the room. They contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble up their food and tyrannize their teachers". '; Who said this nnd when? Was It recently? Care to guess? . . . The quote Is from Socrates in the 5th Century, B,C I We guess It proves kids will be kids; always have been •nd always will bo ... MRS, IJUDDV HOWARD, HOVVAKD FUNEKAI/ HOME, THE MENU Sunday, Sept. 11 APP1-TEASER SALAD COFFEE OR TEA EIs'TREE (CHOOSE FROM 25) VEGETABLES (CHOOSE FROM 12) DESSERT $1.75 BIythevilles Newest and Finest Restaurant 95c Business Man's Luncheon Mon. through Sat. Large Choice .... Twenty five entrees!!! Not possible??? But it la possible at the Drummer Boy because of an unusual method or system in food handling: and preparation - made possible because of a fabulous array of carefully selected eookinff equipment which was custom designed to support a menu with unbelievable selection. We do not pi-e cook any entrees - every order is freshly prepared (o your special ordar. Yon can sec and la.Ue the difference. Beef - Pork - fowl - Sea Foods DRUMMER BOY MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division PO 3-81 (58 Church. Coming Eienti Monday Altrusa Club will meet in the Martin Room of Goff Hotel. American Legion Auxiliary j meets at 8 p.m. at the Little Named by Beta Sigma Phi Gamma Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. David McWherter with 11 members present. The meeting was called to Order with ail members repeating the Opening Ritual. A request for member-at-large status was granted Mrs. Hiram Haley who has moved to Detroit Mich., with her family. The chapter also granted 'a year's leave of absence to Mrs. Kenneth Swan. The chapter .voted to have one grand birthday party this year honoring all members at the Parkview Nursing Home rather thsuvmonthly parties which have been given in the past. A poem which Mrs. Beckman wrote about the r e e e n t Fashion show was read to th<5 group. President Mrs. McWherter announced her slate of officers and committee chairmen for the coming year. They are presi- ident, Mrs. McWherter; vice president, Mrs. Leland Riddell. second vice .president,;:M r s. Leon, Meador; recording secretary, Mrs. Quincy Hodge; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Bob Schwarz; treasurer, Mrs. Joe Beckman; city council representative, Mrs. Leon Meador; city council alternates, Mrs. Joe Beckman .and Mrs. Quiney Hodge; director, Mrs. Finis Hardy. Comrhittee chairme are, program-Mrs. John Lutes; membership, Mrs. Leland Riddell; social, Mrs. Ed Ertel; publicity, Mrs. Bob Schwarz; ways and means, Mrs. Billy Griggs; service, Mrs. Gerald Kelly; telephone, Mrs; John Lutes. Scrapbook, Mrs. Quincy Hodge; yearbook^ Mrs. Ledland Riddell and Mrs. David McWher ler; photographer, Mrs. Leon Meador; parliamentarian, Glenda,Capooth, and librarian, Mrs. Joe Beckman. Prospective pledges names were taken to be invited to a rush party to be held Sept. 20 m the home of Mrs. Leland Riddell with Mrs. Finis Hardy and Mrs. Ertel assisting. The chapter also. drew, secret pal names for the new year. PRIVILEGES SECOND CLASS MAIL BlytheTfHe Cnurfei Nem BLYTHEVILLE *RR at • ran Harr; IV Balne! PuCllsnu 3rd it Walnut Sts Bl;tbcvUfe Ark. Published dully wrapt Sundej Second class onstagt oaio at BIy. thstllle Art HOnlt DELI VETO KATES In Blythffllle and rnwuf tn thi rilytbevllle trade territory Daily 35c per week BY MAIL PAVABLK IT> ADVANCS Within 50 mllBt o! Blytheville J8.00 per year unrs than so miles (mrr Bljtnevili. 118.00 per ;ear Hut. Lake, Street Methodist Wo-1 man's Society of Christian Service meets. First Baptist Church 715 West Walnut Invites you to: Sunday School —9:30 AM Morning Worship 10:50 AM Training Union —6:30 PM Evening Worship —7:30 PM Alyis B. Carpenter Pastor Westbrook CAFF™ FINE FOOD IN PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER •••«•••••••••••••••••••••••§•••§••§•••••• SUNDAY, SEPT. 11 SIRLOIN STEAK BARBECUE CHICKEN TURKEY & DRESSING PORK ROAST & BROWN GRAVY •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••c* CANDIED YAMS BAKED EGG PLANT SCALLOPED POTATOES CUEAM CORN TURNIP GREENS FRESH GREEN BEANS HOME MADE ROLLS & CORNBREAD CHOICE OF SALADS & DESSERTS Our Food Is Better Than Ever 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Saturday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday! Dinner Served 11 to 2 — Breakfast Served everyday Private Parties and Catering Service Available We Serve All Types of Sandwiches Mrs. John Lutes assigned programs for the comjng year. The meeting was adjourned with all members repeating the closing ritual. Dessert »f coffee and ice drinKs were served by thft hostess during th£ social hour which followed. Busfiess Women T oMove Luau The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the First National Bank's hospitality room with a luau. , The hostesses for the affair will be Pearl Lee, Mayo Justus and Mildred McHaffey. , All members are invited It come in costume. The Northeast District Conference will be held in Jonesboro Sept. 24 - 25. SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Admission: Adults V5c; Childrtn F«e Only If Accompanied By Parents. • ••••»•••'•••••••••••••*••••'.•«•••••••*•••••••• SATURDAY & SUNDAY DOUBLE FEATURE WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS HOWTHE WEST WAS WON - METIIOCOUR*- Come by 7:00 pm See Both Features—Come by 10:00 See all of "When Boys Meet Girls" For the remainder of the season the drivein will be open only on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week !•••••••••••••••••••••«?••*«•••••••••••• LAST TIME TODAY For Adults or Mature Young People "BIG HAND FOR LITTLE LADY" starring Henry Fonda & Joanne Woodward SUN.-MON.-TUES. & WED. For General Audience IS THIS THE GIRL NEXT DOOR? •G-MPBESEI.IS A MARTIN WELCHES- EVERETT FREEMAN PRODUCTION ROD ARTHUR DAY TAYIOR GODFREY &e COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE SLENDER THREAD—With Anne Bancroft A FINE MADNESS—with Sean Connery & Joanne Woodward THIS PROPERTY IS CONDEMNED—with Natalie Wood HALLELUJAH TRAIL—with Burt Lancaster A Lee Remlck The Coolest and Most Enjoyable Spot in Town is the RITZ THEATRE. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA SAT. - SUN. - MON. & TUES. Max: Go to tht Mori* Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE 'JOHN GOLDFARB PLEASE COME HOME" PLUS "APACHE GOLD" SUN. - MON. - TUES. mm. m. m m mm-mmm-m arat m urn mm HBK VISTAVISION • TECHNICOLOR

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