The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 22, 1966
Page 4
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y«It Four - Blythevffle if Art.) Courter New - Thuradty, December g, 1M» ^Society News — Smith, Society Editor J*hon« PO 84461 BRIDE-ELECT -Miss Marilyn Kay Gary of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, will become the bride of John Rodney Jackson in a Jan. 20 ceremony at Ingram Boulevard Baptist Church. Marilyn Gary To Become of John Rodney Jacfaon Mr. and Mrs. Finis L. Gary Kay, to John Rodney .Jackson, :'of.';:Memphis, formerly of Ely- "'theville, announce the engage- and G. L. Jackson of Memphis. The bride-elect is the grand- ;.jn"eh't and approaching marriage daughter of Mr. Elmer Cramp- ^tf.their daughter, Miss Marilyn .ton of Bridge City, Tex., and I the late Mr. Crampton and the late Mr. and Mrs. Finis R. Gary of Waco, Tex. She was graduated from Blytheville High School and attended Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. She is now employed by Cole Manufacturing Compa- IllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI Bits of News! Wedding Plans ^Revealed By SHaron Gill ;<<>-•.. -,'•*-' Miss Sharon Gill, daughter of Mr" and Mrs. James H. Gill, will become tiie bride of James Andrew Ellis Jr., son of Mr. and; Mrs. James Andrew Ellis -of Stuttgart, in a 6 p.m. Dec. '-30 : cerembny at the Main Street Church of Christ. —Mr. Lowell Blasingame, minister of the church, will offi- :ciate. --The bride will be given in '"marriage by her father. -.- jjiaid of honor will be M i s s Leta Rhea Anderson of Lepan- ny in Memphis. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. J. 0. Jackson of Memphis and the late Mr. Jackon and Mrs. John Duncan of West Memphis and the late Mr, Duncan. A graduate of West Memphis to and bridesmaid will be Miss Carol Alberg of Blytheville. Jeri Lynn Ryals and Timothy Charles Ryals, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ryals of Bassett and cousins of the bride, will be flower girl and ring bearer. High School, he attended Mem (phis State University and is now with Shaw Supply Company in Memphis. Vows will be pledged Jan. 20 at Ingram Boulevard Baptist Church. moitly peri iiiieiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniil , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins and daughter, Sharon of Tor- ranee, Calif., are spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Noble, and other relatives. Mr. L. T. Moore and his mother, Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr. of Cocoa Beach, Fla., are spending the holidays with their sister and daughter, Mrs. R. L. Wade and family. Mr. Moore was recently appointed chair-; man of Lyceum Council of Brevard College and is a member of the Community Council of the college. Capt. and Mrs. Billy F. Hatch and daughter Ramona of Fort Rucker, Ga., will spend the holiday with his mother, Mrs. Verda Hatch. Roland H. Steward is a pa- ient in Chickasawba Hospital. ie is in room E-8. Mrs. Steward is still a patient in the ho- pital. She is in room E-10 Miss Susan Wood arrived home from the University of Arkansas to spend the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wood. She will leave Dec 29 for the Cotton Bowl. 0. N. Forrest of Burdette and his daughter-in-law, Mrs Wilson Forrest of West Mem phis, visited his daughter, Mr Allie O'Neal, and family Fri day. Mr. and Mr. John R. Stovall of Huntsville, Ala., will ar- jrive tonight to spend the holidays with their parents. They will also join their two sons who have v.iited here three Air Force Family Scene Mn. Pat Thewet US 2-5554 Dec. 7; A son bora to A3C and Mrs John P. Brown Jr. Dec. 10; A son born to A2C and Mrs Sidney L. Ford Dec. 2; A son born to SSgt. and Mrs Albert D. Baker Dec. 8; i 65 MMS Wives Club held their regular monthly meeting Dee. S at the Service Club. There were 11 members and four guests present. The guests were Mrs. Geraldine Henderson, Mrs. Mary Ann Sykes, Mrs Idnda Ash and Mrs .Ingrid Hoore. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Jackie Conners and Mrs. Marlene Rhoads. The door prize was won by Mrs. Gladys Mallory. Mjss shar(m The group also exchanged elect of James Andrew Ellis Shower Honors Miss Gill A miscellaneous shower hon- [ifts and for their Christmas iroject they donated food and lothing to a needy family. The 2101 Com Squadron held their meeting Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Service Club with 13 members present. Jr., was held Dec. 12 in home of Mrs. Carl Blackard. A color scheme of pink and white was used throughout the entertaining rooms with arrangements of pink and white mixed flowers. Serving at the punch table Miniature Santas and greenery were used to decorate. In the center of the room was a large green Christmas tree. Following group singing of Christmas carols, Mr. P. B. Jarratt gave the devotional and Mr. Bess Burks led the group in prayer. The nine member presen drew names and exchanged gifts. The door prize was won by Mrs. Bess Burks. Refreshments or party foods an degg nog were served by the wstessess Mrs. Charley Lutes and Mrs. Ira Koouce. Mrs. Harry Lutes, president, Hostesses were Mrs. Collies j were Miss Becky Starnes and and Mrs. Crawford. Members exchanged gifts and the friendship prize was won by Mrs. D. F. DeBusk and the door prize won by Mrs. Robert Depperman. The next meeting will be Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Service Club. Miss Betsy Stalcup. Miss Carol Alberg assisted Miss Gill opening her gifts. Miss Gill was presented a novelty corage fashioned by Mrs. W. T. Shealton. Special guests were the mothers of the couple, Mrs. James H. Gill and Mrs. J. A. Ellis Sr., and the grandmother of the Violet Club Has Luncheon The African Violet Club held T _ , . „ ,. . , their annual Christmas party Jerry Raborn of Carlisle and Tuesd jn ^ home £ Mrs Jonesboro will serve Mr. Ellis as best man and groomsman will be Norman Sword of Jonesboro. Ushers will be Bill Borchert of Stuttgart, brother-in-law of the groom, and Gary Wayne Gill, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony, there will be a family reception J. M. Welborn. It was a covered dish luncheon. weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. Irby Hodge. WMS Has Circle Program The Woman's Missionary Society of the New Liberty Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Clexton Eubanks for a circle program Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ira Koonce gave the "Call to Prayer" and the prayer calendar. Mrs. Charley Lutes introduced . The home was decorated, ap- the program which was entitled propriate to the season with a living room. The luncheon tables were cov ered in gay Christmas cloths. Co-hostesses were Mrs. How with the bride's parents as host ard Bowen and Mrs. Otto Brad and hostess. I berry. Reception assistants will be I Welcomed as guests were Mr Mr. Paul Shivers, aunt of the;M. W. Lewis, Miss Gina Lipp bride, Mrs. Jerry Ryals of Bassett and Mrs. Glenn Eubanks of Jonesboro, cousin of bride. Mrs. Bill Borchert, sister of zer and Miss Donna Smith. Gifts were exchanged and ttie grom, will preside at guest book. the program was pre- t h e: Christmas tented. During the short business ses sipn the yearbook for 1967 wa discussed. Ambush Spray Cologne.. .a bouquet of flower-fresh fragrance. Asubtfescenftosori-oundherin daytime freshness... envelope her in nighttime glamour. $3 -~ : ^ Dana's Ambush also available In- Potfuroe, Both Powder, Soap and Bath Oil Plaza Drugs Plazt Shopping Center — Ph. PO 3-4507 "Medical Missions in Jordan, Gaza, and Yemen." Asisting in the program were Mrs. Eubanks, Mrs. Tollie Peterson, Mr. R. D. Nash and Mrs. William Langley. Mr. Reva Lloyd led the dismissal prayer. Members brought food for a basket to be given to a family in the community for Christmas Following the program, refreshments were served by the hostess. The 65 MMS wives held an; 8 ™ 0 ™' Mrs - Bessie Ellis. election of officers on Dec. 3. Elected were president, Mrs. Midge Miller, treasurer, Mrs. Kathryn Frye, news reporter, Mrs. Mary Alice Massey; welcoming committee, Mrs. Phyllis Mallory; goingaway gifts, Mrs. Linda Ash and get well cards, Mrs. Jackie Conners. The next meeting will be helc Jan. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Service Club. The Ladies Pinochle Club met Dec. 8 in the home of Mrs. Besse Jo Sammuels. Winners were Mrs. Joyce Polard, high; and Mrs. Gail Lamb .ow. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Jan in the home of Mrs. Bettj Jenis. The Catholic Ladies Guild met at the Officer's Club fol owing the mass celebrated b; 'ather Thrie. The following birtiis are an nounced at Blytheville Air 'orce Hospital: A daughter .born to A2C anc Irs. William Smith Nov. 28; A daughter born to A1C ant Mrs. Larry Reese Nov. 28; A daughter born to A3C ane Mrs. Ronald A. Aonaldi Dec. 1; Twin girls born to 1st Lt and Mrs. Jerry Hightower Dec. 1; A daughter born to Capt. and Mrs. Allan DisralM Dec. 6; A daughter born to 1st Lt. and Mrs. Robert R. L an sell Hostesses fo rthe affair were Mrs. Blackard, Mrs. Shealton, Mrs. BUI Caldwell, Mrs. Cloyce Button, Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs. J. C. Coleman and Mrs. L. D. Wade. Out- of-town guests were Mrs. Bobby Ryals from Bassett, Mrs. Ellis from Stuttgart and Mrs. Bessie Ellis from Pittsburg, Pa. Assorted cookies and pink punch were served. For a delightful winter compote, mix sections or fresh oranges and grapefruit with sugar to taste and top with slivered syrup - preserved gin- ••••••••••••••••••••a* E.H.C MEETING NOTES «••••••••••••••••••••* The Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club met for the annual Christmas party Wednesday afternoon wood Clubhouse. at the Dog- w«i presented with a potted polnsettia by members of the club. Sunday School Classes Meet The .Golden Rule and Mien's Bible • Class of Beacon Baptist Church met Tuesday for their regular monthly meeting with 13 members and six guests present. Preceding the meeting was a pot luck supper. The devotions! was glvra by Robert Colemsn. Christmas gifts wen e» changed and Howard Bradley dismissed the group with pnp er, Apple pancakes are utterly delicious when they are served sprinkled with a mixture of sug- make the pancakes by adding finely diced apple to buttermilk pancake mix. FREE! 1 Box of Stuckey'i PECAN DIVINITY With the Purchase of each 10 gallons of gas or more. Offer Good Dec. LO • 24. We Box And Ship Candy Anywhere In The U. S. Stuckey's North Interstate 55 Phone PO 3-7294 Tommy Elkins, Mgr. She Is Wishing For DANIEL GREEN Styled in genuine suede with a soft, fleecy lining $ 5 v to • Many Styles • Many Colors Free Gift Wrapping SHOP TIL 8 P.M. White's Shoes 313 W. 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