The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1966 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 26, 1966
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Two - Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, November M, 19M — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Mrs. Anthony Francis Ponfecorvo Miss Slyvia Ann Ladd Is Bride of Antloony Francis Pontecorvo "•Miss Sylvia Ann Ladd of Rehobeth Beach Del., became the bride of Anthony Francis Ponle icprvo of of New York City and Greenwich. Conn, in a ceremony Nov. 5 at Avenue Methodist Church in Milford, Del. •Rev. Harold Flood, pastor of Holy Cross Methodist Church. 'Reading, Pa., assisted by Rev. Charles Carpenter, pastor of Avenue Methodist Church, offl dated at the double-ring cere- .riiony in the presence of family sihd close friends of the bride -and groom. '-"The altar was decorated with .arrangements of gold spider mums interspersed with white daisy and pom - pom mums Tall white tapers in branched candelabra completed the decorations. VThe prie dieu at which the bride and groom knelt was covered with gold and white dam- 'ask. Organ music consisting of favorite classical selections of the bride and groom was provided by Mrs. A. C. Davidson. • Miss Ladd, is the daughter of | Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ladd,' Reading, Pa., formerly of Blytheville. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Al Pontecorvo of Greenwich, Conn. Her bouquet was a cascade of mums in colors graduating from red to bronze to gold. The bride .given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory moire silk designed by her and fashioned along the medieval trend in wedding attire. ed the bride as matron of honor. She was attired in a floor length gown designed by the semble bride and reminiscent of medie- ' The headpiece, designed and made by the bride, was of the same period. It was made of ivory illusion caught with toast velvet streamers which fell the length of the train. The gown featured a square neckline and full bell sleeves. A strand of pearls and a bouquet of baby's breath attached :o a small prayer book covered .n ivory moire silk completed ler attire. Don Piekarz of Yonkers, N.Y., served the groom as best man and Glenn Ladd Jr. brother of the bride, of Pittsburgh, Pa., served as usher. Mrs. Glenn Ladd, mother of the bride, wore an ivory brocade gown accented with royal blue apliques, a matching hat of royal blue velvet and brocade and a blue velvet coat. She also wore a yellow daisy mum corsage. Mrs. Ponlecorvo, mother of the groom, was atlired in a grey silk gown with matching hat and coat, the coat trimmed in grey and white ermine. A pink gla- milia corsage completed her en- Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Davis Is Honor Student Miss Reba Gail Davis of Dyersburg, was among the 77 students honored recently at Mississippi State College For Women at Columbus, Miss., during the llth annual scholarship recognition day. Miss Davis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mas Davis of Dyersburg and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis of Blythevilie. She was among fiie 29 sophomores on the Dean's list with an average of "A" for her entire attendance at MSCW. Her double major is social studies and foreign language. Toastmaster's Have Meeting Best speaker awards presented at the Toastmaster's meeting recently went to the following men: Capt. Jim Aton, best speaker award; Capt. S. F. Sharar, best impromtu speaker and Capt. Jim Morton won the "Most Improved Speakers Title." Maj. M. C. Mower and 1st Lieut. Paul Leavitt, were introduced to the club as prospective tdastmasters. The club's next meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Officers Open Mess. HONORED — Elected as Altrusa Girls of the Month at Blythevilie High School for the months of September, October and Novem- ber are from left, Susie Robinson, Sharon Bowen and Cindy Dillahunty. Altrusa Girls Are Elected At Blythevilie High School Rebekah's Have Party Day Blytheville's Atrusa Ciub has elected from the senior class at Blylheville High School, Altrusa ' Girls of the Month for the fall quarter. Girl of the month for October is Miss Susie Robinson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Her school activities include co - captain of the cheerleading squad, secretary of the student council and treasurer of the Thespain Society. She is also a member of the Red Pepper Club, Choir, Futuri daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bowen. She is an active member of the Red Pepper Club, president of the Library Club, secretary- treasurer of the band, secretary of the B.H.S. Choir, a member of student council, Future Teachers, Spanish Club and Thes- pain Society. She is also a member of the Cub, Boj, SCOUT NEWS Pack 223 met recently for their regular monthly meeting at the American Legion Hut. Cubmaster, J. C. Gowen, opened Jie meeting with a short business session with the parents. Den three presented the opening flag ceremony. Mr. Gowen assisted by Curtis Collier conducted an awards ceremony. A Lion badge was given to Tommy Smith and wolf badges went to Chris McMahan. Sammy skits. They were Introduced by Larry Lutz. Den Seven won the display banner and Den Throe won Iha attendence banner and skit banner. The meeting was closed with a candlelight ceremony. r, uts Oillillg Monday American Legion Auxiliary at Legion Hut 8 p.m. Yarbro PTA Christ Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service. Gosnell Extension Homemakers Club Koures, Chris Brown, Johnny ' 97th Field Maintenance Wives Robbins, Alan Robbins and meet at 7 pjn. at Service Club Hughey Gentry. A gold arrow, under the bear rank, was presented to Murlil Goodman. Steve Gowen received a and silver arrow, under bear and wolf rank. Denner stripes went to Robert Lee, Greg Parish, Randy Byrum, Mark Griffith and Steve Brown. Those receiving assistant den- ner stripes were Johnny Glass- Arrow staff and annual staff. | cock, Dale Hinson, Hughey Gen- j try, Bill Crowden, Glenn Payne, Miss Cindy Dillahunty is Al- trusa Girl for September. Cindy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dillahunty of Yarbro. Her activities include co-captain of the cheerleading squad, student council, Beta Club, Spanish Club, Red Pepper Club, Library Club, Future Teachers Club and the annual staff. She sldo is a member of. the Girls Ensemble and Quartet. Social and Personal Notes Mr. and Airs. Milo Washburn| Thanksgiving the following: Miss Betty Jo Mathews was a Teachers, Spanish Club, Beta!of Springdale, Ark., and Mr.j Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frazier •jr.^ial oncst wlwn .Tnv Tfohoi^fi c j u ]j A rrow staff, annual staff j and Mrs. Harry Smith were; and daughter, Brigitte of Gos- guests this week in the home of nell; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pol- guest when Joy Rebekah Lodge held its regular party night recently at the IOOF Hall. The hall was decorated in a Thanksgiving theme with tables decorated in white cloths with a pilgrim centerpiece. The members were presented 'avors made especially by Hie Springdale Rebekah Lodge. In games, the winners were Mrs. Paul Coggins, Mrs. Sadie Cunningham, Mrs. John Shi nault, Mrs. Morphew and Miss Mathews and Mrs. Richard Full- :rton. Mrs. C. S, he invocation. and Dale Smith. Rugged Road roundup badges went to Steve Gowen, Dale Smith, Dennis Goodman and Scott Lutes. November's theme is "Adventure In Space" with Den One and Den Three presenting space Tuesday Eastern Star Chapter 279 at Masonic Temple at p.m. Armorcl cites Extension Homemakers Club Business and Professional Wo- emn's Club Bazaar at Mayo'j Hair Fashions. SECOND CLASS MAIL pRiviLtttvei, Atnmjtiiisu Aff Sljlhevtlle Courlei «em 8LYTHEVILLR *BK •Jf • IZJIb Harry W Haloes Kublu&ei jrd *t Walnut Sti Bljthnllle Ark. PubllBhed dally eicept Sundfty decond class oostnge paid tt Bly- .uevlllt Art HOME UELirHtlV RATES In Blytbevllle and ttwnp IB tn» JJylhcvlll* trade territory Dally 35c per week BV MAIL PAYABLE I* «...AM fc Within 50 miles it Blrthevllle $8.00 per year Wirr than M) nlles Inc- 81ytheYlll« Dftr vear and library Club. She was elected citizen of the Month for September. She is a member of First Christian Church where she is president of the youth group. Mrs, and Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. lard and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thompson of Cooler, Mr. and Mrs. Sadie Cunningham and| Mrs - Tommy Gracy, Mr. and Altrusa girl for November is Miss Sharon Bowen who is the hi-l StOfR iss I . . Birmingham gave val fashions The skirt of toast brown satin was topped by an ivory colored heavy lace tunic with full Sleeves banded with toast velvet reception was held at Edgewater in Rehobeth Beach, Del. The three - tiered wedding cake was decorated with white daisy and Spider mums and placed on a bed of the same flowers. ribbon above the elbow and featured a v-shaped back. Her hat, a smaller version of I Reception altendents were the birde's was made of ivory- Mrs. Robert Eagan and Mrs colored illusion and caught in Dorothy Hill of Rehobeth Beach Secret pals honored were Mrs. W. J. Willingham, Mrs. Jack Vlay, and Mrs. Beulah McLeod. Serving as hostesses were Mrs. Birmingham, Mrs. Lou MClur and Mrs. Virgil Hill. Refreshments of party foods were served by the hostesses. at home in New York City. Honors Mrs. Singleton A stork shower honoring Mrs. Sam Singleton, was held recently in the party room of Shamrock Lanes. Hostesses for the 30 guests were Mrs. Jerry Scrape, Mrs. Sammy Shields, Mrs. J. F. Scrape and Mrs- Norman Shields. Decorations were in a stork Iheme. The gift table was over- Miss Ladd is a graduate of]laid with a pink, white and blue Blythevilie High School, attended Christian College in Columbia, Mo., and was graduated from New York University and Parsons School of Design. She is employed by DFD De- cloth centered with a slork. Refreshments of pie and coffee were served from a table centered with an arrangement of pink and blue. Party games were played and son Bobby left recently for San Antonio where Bobby will enter Brook Army Hospital to under- Mrs. L. B. Parks and daughter, "Cay; Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Fraser go plastic surgery. He is in i and daughter, Lynn and Mrs. Ward 2 - A Beach Panalion, Ft. R. Chafin all of Blythevilie; Mr. I Sam Houston, Tex. , and Mrs. Woodrew Chafin and ] Mrs. Shelby Cochran will re- ! children ' Junior and Ga 'e, and turn to her home in Minneapo- Mr and Mrs - Gerald o;ia fin and lis Monday after visiting here with her father. E. M. McCall. children, Barbara and Jerry all of Luxora; Mrs. Victor Mallory is a pa-1 Mr - Jolln Thompson of Haytl, tient in Doctor's Hospital. She Mrs - Beatrice Puryear of Battle is in room 308. i Mrs - R ub y Willingham, his Announcing EVERY SUNDAY BUFFET Beginning Sun., Nov. 27 At Blytheville's Newest & Finest Restaurant A New Service For This Area Our New Chef Is A Specialist In Buffet Service You will select your dinner from a fabulous array of fine foods prepared in a taste tempting arrangement or our usual ala carte service from the menu. BUFFET SERVICE: 12 NOON TIL 3 P.M. ALA CARTE SERVICE ALL DAY Miss Kay Yales of Arlington, Va., a stewardess with United Creek. Mich, and Eddie McGlothen of Sheffield, Alabama. Airlines, is spending her vaca- „ tion with her parents, Mr. and: Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. 0. i and family left] Mrs. Mike Yates, and her sister Sandra, of Little Rock. She will by plane today for Miami. They j came to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with his mother, DRUMMER BOY RESTAURANT 1020 S. Division return next week to Washington. 11" 8 " u " u ,- ™. '"* mol "f' _.„ „ . . , . , lMrs - Rub y Wlihngham, nisi Billy Boone returned today toj brother w j W illingham and Murray, hy., wnere he is a, his sis(er Mrs Lee Richardson ! senior at Murray State. He andj and their fami | ies . his guest spenl the holidays with Billy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Boone, and family. i Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Bullard of Gosnell has as guests on veloment, Inc. Rehobeth Beach | w jn ners were Miss Suzette Tur- Del., as their designer. Mr. Pontecorvo is a graduate of John Stepinac High School in White Plains, N.Y., lona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., and Parsons School of design. He Is ner, Mrs. Gale Wilf and Mrs. Charles Singleton. Mrs. Scott Alley, mower of Mrs. Singleton, was also an honored guest. Mrs. Singleton was presented employed, by B- Altman Co. in a white carnation novelty cor- New York City in their Interior Design Department. sage by (lie hostess, along with a gift of a highchair. Chop sweet onion and fresh sweet red pepper (or canned pimiento) very fine and add to an oil and vinegar dressing to be used on tossed green ealad. Refreshing combination! When you cut chicken livers info halves, be sure to remove all connecting tissue. the back with bands of toast velvet ribbon. After a honeymoon in the Virgin Islands, the couple will be A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER B; Mri. Buddy Howard Some people wonder what kind of letter can be written to a bereaved family. Circumstances niter Instances of course, but when an occasion requires a letter, maybe this general idea can guide you: "No matter how well meant or how well written, words simply don't come too easy to express our feeling «,t a time like this. You of course know our feeling You know we will fondly remember a good person, a. person many people were proud and fortunate to Imve as a friend. A Higher Power made a decision. No one knows the reason. We simply have to accept it. You, your family, your friends — all of us — can be grateful for a gift of memories ive fondly shar« with you. This precious, priceless gift l« mostly yours, but not entirely. We value it too and always will ..."... MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNKR- AL HOME. TREE SALE Pecans, Stuart 7 It. $5.95 Pecans, Stuart 6 ft. $5.50 Chump Birch 12 ft. $9.50 Pin Oaks $8.00 - $15.00 Select Your Living Christmas Tree Now. We'll Deliver Later THE RED BARN S. HWY. 61 OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Won. - Fri. — 7:30 P.M. Sat.— 2:30-7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. LAST TIME TODAY 'GHOST IN THE INVISIBLE BIKINI" with Tommy Kirk & Nancy Sinatra SUN. • MOM. • TUES. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIMES TODAY THAT DARN CAT"—with Haley Milh and Dean Jones (GA) SUN. • MON.e TUE. • V ED. (A-MY) THE SLICKEST, SWING I WEST CON-fMN WHO EVER TOOK THE WORLD FOR A RiDE! CAMll LA SPARV • ALDO RAY • NINA WAYNE • ROBERT OBER Tfinn ADUGTDflMP fnAiedtySWERDiKllVHI'\llrillin »M Hindu' IUUU AI\MO 1 nUNU » bHAvm-eiRtti) mown* • EASTMAN COLOR COMING SOON TO THE RITZ SPINOtJT — With Elvln Presley ALVAREZ KELLY — With Wm, Holden A Richard Wltmuk THE SWINGERS—with Ann M«»ret A Tony Franelou WILD ANGELS-Wlth Peter Fond* A Nanny Sinatra AROUND WORLD ft UNDER SEA—With Lloyd BrldiM TEXAS ACROSS THE RIVER—With Dean Martin THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR PI.YINO MACHINE! —All Star Caul

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