The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1966 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 8, 1966
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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier N«ws - Tuesday, November 8,19M Pag» Thrt« ^ — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Mrs. Jon Stephen Wcidman Nancy Lynn Friday Is Bride of Jon Stephen Weidman Miss Nancy Lynn Friday and | shantung dress with matching Jon Stephen Wcidman were j accessories and an orchid cor- married in the First Baptist Church on October 29 in a 7 p.m. candlelight ceremony. Rev. Alvis B. Carpenter, pastor, officiated. Parents of lhe couple are Mr. sage. Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Friday were host and hostess to a reception held in the church fellowship hall. The bride's table ________ r and Mrs. Wayne Friday and Mr| was covered with a white satin and Mrs. Robert Weidman all ! of Blytheville. i cloth and held a three-tiered wedding cake featuring a coio- The focal point of the decora- na d e W JH, w i,jt e swans an( j [ op . tions was a large candle tree interspersed wilh greenery. Four, seven - branched candelabras with greenery and white sstin bows were on either side of the tree. A large sunburst arrangement of pink gladiolus was at the altar with two standing baskets of pink gladioli on eith- ped with a bride and groom and wedding bells. The cake was surrounded with pink carnations and greenery. Serving was Mrs. Bill Hathaway, aunt of the bride. Serving at the punch table was Miss Margaret Lunsford and Mrs. Denny Wilson. The table was covered wilh a white tulle Phone FO 3-4461 Pi Phi Alumni Have Luncheon Mrs. Harold Hunt, Kansas City Province president of Pi Beta Phi Sorority Alumni Club was the guest of honor at a luncheon at Blytheville Country Club today. Mrs. Ben Buttler Jr. of Osceola, was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Hunt's province includes clubs in Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisana and Alabama. During the meeting, plans were formulated for the alumni to participate in the Centennial Convention of Pi Beta Phi to be held in Chicago. Mrs. Nutt Wins Prize Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club met Thursday in connection with the County Council in the Hospitality Room of First National Bank with 12 members present. At noon, members of the club were the luncheon guests of Mrs. Maude Cassidy. A short business meeting was also held at this time. Tn a fashion parade. Mrs. PIWIIIII I ••in* Bits of Newsl | A m y ptrtonat | Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coleman have returned from C o n w a y where they spent the weekend with their son, Jimmy, who is enrolled at Central Baptist College. Mrs. Willard Barr of Wayne City, 111., is a guest in the home of Mrs. Cecil Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Blakemore had as their guests recently their son and daughter- in-law, Capt. and Mrs. James A. Frazier, and children. They are in route to Camp Gordon, Ga., from Alaska. They also visited Captain Frazier's grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Sullivan. Mrs. E. M. McCall, a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, is not allowed to have visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young of Dayton, Ohio, were guests this past weekend of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cannon. Miss Judy Holderby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holderby of Blytheville, has returned to her home in Memphis after Air Force Family Scene Mrs. Pat Thewes LE 2-5554 The NCO Wives Club held their business luncheon Nov. 1 with 22 members present. Mrs. Marge Klass from the Red Cross was the guest speak- r. Door prize was won by Odessa Tunstall and friendship prize Lottie Deters, vice • president; Dianna Smith, secretary; Fran Koch, treasurer; Marlene Canham, parliamentarian; and Amy Foster, member • at large. Mrs. Dorothy Schooley is the Clubs honorary advisor. Mrs. Pat Thewes, the out-go- was won by Agnes Langley. jing president was presented a Tuesday, Nov. 8 is games day. A white elephant sale will be held at the NCO club at 6 .m. NCO wives will take cakes :o the Keith Acres Rest Home on Nov. 29. The British.'wives Club met at the service club on Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. There were 12 mem- jers present. Mrs. Margo Dunlap and Mrs. Avril Bookout were guests. Games were played and re- Ireshments of sandwiches, cupcakes and tea were served. vacationing in Las Vegas, Ha- Prizes were won by Carol Wil- waii and Denver. |lard and Shirley Hopper. Charles Lemons has returned j Hostesses for the evening home from the Baptist Hospital | we re Julie DeBusk and Joan Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Aeberki Quincey and hostesses for the are the parents of a daughter, Elizabeth Gail, born in Portsmouth, Va., Nov. 2. They are the parents of three other children. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Steward of piece suit she had made. She will compete in Hot Springs for the state. Cob. 607, Exphmr SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 597 will have roundup and organizational meeting tonight at 7:30 on the Air Base. Ali boys between the ages of 8, 9 and 10 who are interested in Cub Scouting are urged to attend with their parents. Sgt. Jerry Harrison will be in charge of the meeting assisted by (lie neighborhood commissioner, John Carryer. next meeting will be Pat Frost and Margaret Faulkenberg. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the Service Club. All British wives are invited to attend. •I G. Aeberli of Patterson, N. J. | The Garden Club met Nov. 1 er side. Baskets of greenery c)oth nver while The center . completed the decorations. piece was pink carnations and i . j JJICLC n a& }Jiiir> 1,011 icll luiio ciuu Mrs. Alvis Carpenter present- w h ; ( e mums nanked by two ed special music and Mrs. Joe three-branched silver candela- Whisenhunt was organist. l|, ra Miss Kathleen Talberl. cousin I Mjss char)olte To)Iev presid . of the bride, was maid of honor\| ed at lhe gues , hnok t a D ] e She was attired in a floor-length j whjch featured a | arge memory gown of deep pink crepe with | a headpiece of roses and illu-j sion veil. Other reception assistants were Mrs. Philip Deer, Mrs. J. Talbert and Scott Hathaway, cousins of the bride, THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. - Fri. — 7:30 P.M. Sat.— 2:30-7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. Bridesmaids were Miss Ka- w R a yder and Mrs. J T. West- trina Orto, cousin of the bride, brook AJ , were presented while and Miss Kay Wilson. Junior j corsages of mums bridesmaid was Miss D e n i s e Friday, sister of the bride. The bridemaids dresses were floor - length gown of blush pink crepe with matching headpieces. Each carried a lo ng stemmed red rose entwined with ivy. Jamie Belli Weidman, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. She wore a floor-length gown of emerald green velve teen, featuring long sleeves wilh lace on l,he bodice. She carried a basket of red roses. Steven Hathaway, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose a floor-length gown of pcau de sole and lace. The scalloped neckline was outlined wilh seed pearls. The chapel train had insets of lace and was secured by a bow and lace ruffle at the waistline. Her three-tiered veil was attached to a headpiece of peau de soie roses and lace outlined wilh seed pearls which the bride designed and made. She carried a white Bible, topped with a bouquet of white roses and ivy, centered by a purple - throated white orchid. She wore an heirloom amethyst and pearl lavaliere, belonging lo her maternal grandmother. Russell McClain served as best man. Dale and Don Friday, brothers of the bride, were can- dlelighters. Groomsmen were Gaines Smith and Ronnie Woods. Ushers were Jimmy Weidman, Richard Copeland and Dale and Don Friday. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Friday wore a sheath dress of plum crepe with elbow- length sleeves and matching accessories and sn orchid corsage, Mrs. Weidman, mother of the groom, were a bright pink »ilki LAST TIME TODAY "SECONDS" with Rock Hudson WED. - THURS. FRI. - SAT. n Mtuw WTUIW How f osteal i a Million distributed rice bags. For traveling, Mrs. Weidman wore a three-piece suit of purple with black accessories. She wore the orchid from her wedding bouquet. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Talbert, Mrs. H. M. Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hathaway, Steven and Scott Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Talbert, Kathleen, Jimmy, David, Jeanine and Mark Talbert, all of Little Rock; Mrs. Carroll Hernsberger, North Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs Austin McClain and Russell of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weidman, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Montgomery all of Chaffee. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Bonne, Lisa and Ricky, Jonesboro, Mr. A-3C Jackie L. Emery returned Sunday to K. I. Sawyers Air Force Base in Marquefte, Mich., after sending a 15-day leave with his parents, Mr. and •Irs. Jack Emery. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Richardson have as guests in their home this week Mr. Richardson's sisters, Mrs. Loretta Smith and Mrs. G. W. Richardson of Oklahoma City. Mrs. H. L. Halsell Sr. and son Jerry and family, visited with relatives in Tupelo and Ponotoc, Miss., over the weekend. She was joined by Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Seale of Andalusia. Ala., and Mrs. Zade Jackson of Augusta, Ga. While away, she also attended a reception honoring her cousin, Mrs. Lora Naugher on her 80th birthday. at the Service Club with 14 members present. Jean Larson, Sandra Landon and Yvonne Johnson were welcomed as new members and Rae Anderson attended as guest. Refreshments o f assorted baked goods and coffee were served. Hostesses were Jean Larson, Sandra Tandon, and Connie Lietsch. Door prizes were won by Loretta Thompson and Connie Lie- j tsch. and Mrs. W. E. Cherry and Lisa, Walnut Ridge. After a wedding trip to points in Kentucky and Missouri the couple is at home at 113 W. Kentucky in Blytheville. Down One Club Has Meeting The next meeting will be held Dec. 1 and will be a Christmas luncheon. Election of officers will be held at this time. There will be a gift exchange among the members and all members, new and old, are urged to attend. Jean Williams is in charge of the Christmas luncheon and will contact all members. Mrs. Melba McDaniel heads the nominating comittee which includes Jan Hill and Rene Massey. charm bracelet by the club members. The next meeting will be held Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Service Club. Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Williams and children visited last weekend with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams in Valier, HI. Sgt. and Mrs. S. D. Simer are visiting in Bolivar, Tenn., with relatives. Sgt. and Mrs. James A. Massey Jr. and children visited last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Massey Sr. in Cherry Valley, Ark. Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Fuqua and children are in Russellville, Ky., visiting relatives. Sgt. and Mrs. Leonard C. Bell announce the birth of a baby girl on Nov. 1 at the Base Hospital. Sgt. and Mrs. Charles E. Marlow have a new baby daughter born Nov. 2. Sgt. and Mrs. James 0. Waiden have a new baby daughter born Nov. 4 at the Base Hospital. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union meets at 7:30 p.m. Dell P.T.A. meets at 3 p.m. in the cafeteria. Thursday Sudbury P.T.A. meets at the school at 7:30 p.m. Blylheville Jaycettes meet in Jaycee clubroom. Little Theatre meets at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall. Lutheran Women's Missionary League meets at 7:30 p.m. Golden Age Club meets at 7:30 p.m. Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit Auxiliary meet at Little Hut at 7 p.m. Family Service Coffee. Club 28 meets at Blytheville Country Club. Friday Blytheville Extension Home- p.m. Woman's Club of Blytheville makers Club meets at 1:30. meets for a luncheon at the clubhouse at 1 p.m. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Shamrock Lanes at 1:15 p.m. Variety Club. Kememoer Pay Your P-per Boy Saffron should be used sparingly not only for economical reasons, but because if it if used too liberally it may impart a medicinal flavor. If you want to broil club steaks successfully, you'll have to have the meat cut at least 1-inch thick. Club steaks -that are about 1-2-inch thick may $8 successfully pan-broiled. -,"•. Some good outdoor cooks Jike to brush steaks with a mixture of melted butter and Worcestershire sause just before-" Bi« meat is removed from the grill. Store bottles of wine on their sides so that the corks are kept moist. PRIVILEGES AinmmilEIl It SECOND CLASS MAIL " Blytheville Courier Nevn ;' BLYTHEVILLE. 4BK tit - J2316 ':.' I Ban; Mr names, publisher' itt at walnut SU Bljthevtlfe Ark. PublUhed dally except Sunday Second class oostage naid it Bly- nevttte Ark SOME DELIVER? RATES Is Blytheflllt and townp in th« Slythevllle ttade territory Dally 35c POT week BV MAIL PAYABLE n> aOVANCE Within 50 miles ol Blytnevllle $3.00 per year unre than so miles from Blytnevlllc 118.00 per year - ; PTA Reports Sudbury P.T.A. will meet Thursday Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the school auditorium. It will be Father's night and all parents are urged to attend. The program will be on "Modern Math" and the executive board will meet at 7 p.m. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week 4* ••••••••••••••••••«••*••'*?•••••••«•••••••• LAST TIME TODAY "MODESTY BLAISE"—with Terrence Stomp (A) WED. - THURS, - FRI. - SAT. (A-MYP) DIRECT FROM ITS RESERVED SEAT ENGAGEMENTS! FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES! The McCreade Bridge Club met at the NCO Club on Nov. 3. the Hostess for themeeting was of Mrs. Jack Reinhardt with guest, Mrs. Clarence Long. Game winners were Mrs. Kenneth Swan, Mrs. Murphy Taylor and Mrs. Bert Phillips. The club will meet this week in the home of Mrs. Swan. Variety Club Will Have Dance Mr, and Mrs. Adam Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brackin will be hosts and hostesses at he Variety Club Dance to be leld Saturday night, Nov. 12, leginning at 9 p.m. at the Hoi- day Inn. Kathleen Morris. First prize was won by Mrs. Mitzi Patterson; Second prize by Betty Marsh, and d u c e prize went to Mrs. Mitzi Patterson. Mrs. Marie Haniin ,will be hostess for the next meeting on Nov. 17 at the NCO Club. Any military wives interested in playing bridge may contact Mrs. Betty Marsh, LE 2-5152. The Airmen's Wives Club installed their new officers at a dinner party held Nov. 4 at the Rustic Inn with 19 people attending. The husbands were guests. New officers for the club are Kathy Castro, president; Exciting Radio Bargain -X*"" 1 —*«sJ SHIRTPOCKE PORTABLE complete in gift pack with radio, carry case, battery, earphone. mi- Whttt ind £oM nd MfMtfMck Handsome appearance with depend* able 6-transistor performance. Ideal tor ywirself or as a gift. <tr afeta Use Your Credit- Open An Account Coming Erenb Tuesday Blytheville High School P.T.A meets at 3 p.m. Eastern Star Chapter 279 meets at Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Armorel-etts Extension Homemakers Club Business and Professional Women's Club meets at 7 p.m. Broadmoor Garden Club. Yarbro Extension Homemakers Club. 21st Comunications Squad- Club at 7:30 p.m. Homeakers Extension Home makers Club. Chapter D P.E.O. Sisterhood. Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. Warner Bros: super action) show of shows! HiSCIMfill«ffimB!^*SWRIRaod!rllY8A«^, fa taiie/MtllOSSFHLING.FKILIP VOSDW - Wtiitei t)FH1UP YQHDiH.HllIOH Sf[RUNG. JOHH HEISQN TECHNICOLOR^ " U SIDNEY mm in taKiitan with UNITED STATES FIGIUSES. UiC. PrdUEticn ULTRA-PANAV1SIOH« • COMING SOON TO THE R.ITZ BATTLE OF BULGE — Wfth Henry Fonda HOW TO STEAL A MILLION - Audrey Hepburn & Peter O'Tool* KALEIDOSCOPE - Warren Beatty and Susanna lork THAT DAEN CAT - Haley Mills & Dean Jones DELI* PUMP SALE ONE WEEK ONLY! • Black Calf • Nary Calf • Bone Call • Red Calf • Black Patent • Silver High, Medium & Low Heels SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Ph. PO 2-2342 \

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