The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1966 · Page 3
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tHjt taat - (Ark.) Courier Ktwi - lituriay, Dtcwnbir M, I9N — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor .Phone FO 34461 BRIDE AND GROOM -Miss Louise Phillips became the bride of Annual Andrew Brackin in a Dec. 17 ceremony at Caruthersville Metheodist Church. The couple are making their home in Blytheville. Andrew Brackin Claims Bride In Caruthersville Ceremony The wedding of Miss Lola Louise Phillips to Annual Andrew Brackin was solemnized Dec. 17 in a 7 p.m. ceremony at the Caruthersville Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Phillips and Mr. arid Mrs. Marlin Brackin all of Blytheville. Russell-Long Wedding Planned Miss Janice Russell and Stoyj Long, both of Memphis, will be The church was decorated with Christmas greenery. Miss Margaret Phillips, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Bruce Sulky attended the groom as best man. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose a floor - length gown of bridal satin. It featured an empire waistline, long tapered sleeves and re - embroidered lace on the bodice. pits of Newsj 1 J l\ | moitty personal j iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Students from Blytheville attending Southern Methodist University and spending the holidays with their parents include Miss Becky Rainwater, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater; Max Holderby, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holderby;.j£ag iP iana and Lark Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. John Logan, and daughter Kitty, arrived last night to spend Christmas with his family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ritchey are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ritchey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and Susan. Mrs. Sibyl Payne of Danville, Ark., is spending Christmas with her sister, Mrs. C. G. Redman. Mrs. K. W. Goodman and daughter Juanita will arrive tomorrow to spend Christmas with Mrs. . Goodman's .brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. F. Don Smith. Miss Sue Osborne arrived this week from the University o Arkansas to spend the holidays with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Osborne. John Cherry is spending the lolidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cherry, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Hilson Harris and children of Independence, o., arrived today to spend the J holidays with her mother, Mrs. Her waist - length veil of il-! Woodrow Hardy, and daughter lusion fell from a crown of and hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. pearls and crystals. The couple are now making their home in Blytheville. married Jan. 7 in the Dell Methodist Church. Rev. Eugene Hall will perform the ceremony. The bride - elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Rus- tell of Dell. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AT SECOND CLASS MAIL BlytheviUe Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. ZIP - 72316 Harry W. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts Blytheville, Ark. Published dally except postage paid Sunday HOME DELIVERY RATES ID Blythevllle and towns In the BlytheviUe trade territory Pally 35o per weed BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles 01 Blythevllle $8.00 pel ye&i More than 50 miles from BlytheviUe ".""" „""'", £18.00 per year ' Jim Smart. Cotillion ClubWill Have Dance The Cotillion Club will have their dance Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. Music will be provided by the Charley Nichols Band. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mr. Bob Smith, Dr. and Mrs - Merri11 Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. John Hard and Mr. and Mrs. CHRISTMAS BUFFET Sunday, December 25th D. H. Harris. Miss Shirley Smith of Houston Tex., is spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Iva Lauderdale, and her siter, Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Terry returned to Blytheville and are making their home at 1309 S. Division. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Sigman are spending Christmas in Biloxi, Mis. Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Connell of Welmington, Calif, will .arrive to spend Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Woodrow Hardy and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Austin and family of Gosnell. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forshee of Ft. Worth, Tex., will arriv today to be holiday guests her parents, Mr. and P. H. Aus tin and family and her sister Mrs. Woodrow Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. John Robinso and son, Brad, of Gilbertown Ala., will arrive to be Christma guests of her mother, Mrs Woodrow Hardy and daughter Miss Reatta Ann Samford Miss Samford Is Pledge Mu Phi Epsildn, a nationa music sorority of Southern 111 inois University, has selectei Reatta Ann Samford of Marion 111., as one of its nine pledges for the year. She will become an active member during the winter quarter. Te be eligible, the student must have a 4.0 grade average in music and a 3.5 overall aver- Reatta Ann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Samford of Marion, III., and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester Of Holland. Esther Class Has Party The Esther Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church met this week for their Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Daisy Bell Short with nine members and two honorary members, Mrs. W. W. Nutt and Mrs. Louella McAdams. The meeting was opened with Drayer by Mrs. Blanche Rounsa- rille. Mrs. Gibb Robinson gave he devotional and read the Christmas story. A Christmas box was filled and delivered to a family in Chickasaw Courts. During the social hour, gifts vere exchanged and the class iresented Mrs. Robinson, the eacher, with a gift. Mrs. Lowe Presents Recital Mrs. Cecil Lowe entertained mothers and grandmothers of her music students with a series of parties in her home this week. Entertaining rooms were decorated with the focal point of interest a large green Boston fir tree in the living room. Centered on the buffet were Mary and the Christ Child surrounded by a Dresden angel band softly lighted with Italian white poinsettia light. Students came to the stud: which cradled a manger seem A table held an antiqued lam shedding a soft glow on a Bib] which was opened tu the Chris: mas story. Near the piano, was an ar rangement of a lighted churc with Santa's sleigh and rein deer approaching. Christmas songs were playei by the students as the gues arrived. The refreshment table wa; covered with an Irish linen cut vork cloth centered with an ad vent arrangement of lights candles. Party foods and punch were served. Serving were Jeanette John :on, Dietra Crane and Betsy fphnson. The students presented a re jtal of various selections am it the close of the program ley sang Christmas carols with leir mothers, the students ac- ompaning them at the piano. Those in the recital were Tim .'hite, Julia Weedman, Jainii 'ohen, Mitzi Nebhut, Resa Marn, Johnny Hard, Kay Wilkin- on, Melissa Guard, Maria Gann S BIG SELECTION % % • APPETIZERS • SALADS |* | • HOW D'OEUVRES • VEGETABLES g f : • DESSERTS • MAIN DISHES S NOON TIL 3 P.M. f $2.50 I Children Under 12 $1.50 | Drummer Boy Restaurant f 1020 S. Division THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA CHRISTMAS EVE DOUBLE FEATURE "ROAD TO NASHVILLE" PLUS "HARVEY MIDDLEMAN, FIREMAN" (Show Time 2:30-7:30) • CHRISTMAS DAY • MON. • TUES. • WED. Time of Shows Sun. 2:00-5:10-8:20 p.m. Weekdays - One Show Nightly At 7:<15 p.m. REGULAR ADMISSION ADULTS — 90c CHILDREN — 35c Roasting turkey? Be sure to cut the string, holding the legs ogether, about an hour before he bird is ready. Or if the legs are held together by a band of skin at the tail just snip the skin to release the legs. If you use this method, the entire surface of the turkey should be an attractive brown. It's easiest to carve a stuffed rolled lamb shoulder if the binding string is left on and removed as each portion is cut. Alleen's House of Gifts /rr, Peace and Joy May you enjoy the fulfillment of all your hopes and prayers, bringing you peace and contentment . this Christmas season and always. CHRISTMASTIDE 1966 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church 1512 Willow St. Blytheyjlle, Arkansas INVITES YOU TO Bring your Celebration of Christmas AT THB CANDLELIGHT FESTIVAL. CHORAL EUCHARIST 11:00 P.M., CHRISTMAS EVE, DEC. 24 Choir — Carols — Greetings Lodge Member Visits Corning Mrs. Earl McGregor, district deputy of District 4 of Rebekah Lodge 18, visited Corning Rebekah Lodge this week. She was accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Hancock, Mrs. Earnest Johnson and Mr. McGregor. The meeting was conducted by Ola HugginS' noble grand of ;heir lodge. A pagaent entitled, "Keeping Ihristmas," was presented in honor of Mrs. McGregor. The program was presented by Orphia Kindall. A reading was presented by Charlene Bailey and the meeting was closed with prayer. Coming Event* Tuesday Cotillion Club dance 8 p.m. Eastern Star Chapter 279 Ma- Wednesday Cotillion Club dance 8 p.m. Eastern Star Chapter 279 Ma- sonic Temple 8 p.m. Armorel Woman's Missionary Union 7:30 p.m. Past Noble Grand of Rebekah Lodge 18 Armorel • etts Extension' Homeakers Club Business and Profesional Wo-..' men' Club Ellis Horner, Harriett Bracey, Susan Stone, Melanie Chistie; Margaret Ann Haynes, Sherri Sandow, Fay Bunch, Jeanelte Johnson, Laurie Bass, Sheri Brown, Marsha Cameron, Bob Johnson, Lo Nell Harrison,- Sally Johnson, Molly Nebhut, Bruce Johnson, Lesa Tomlinson, Jeff Gardner, Becky Peterson; Bill Stovall in, Elbert Johnson, Robert Lee, Jay Kay Williams Elizabeth Royer. Donna Marie Mosley, Ramona Jordan, Chip Campbell, Kay Campbell, Tracy Jones, Sondra Sylvester, Lana Hard and Cynthia Ross. Mrs. Lowe presented each of ier students with a statue of a famous musician. A THOUGHT TO REMEMBER By Airs. Buddy Howard Our Christmas prayers center on the celebration of the birth of Christ. As we express affection to Him, we should realize we need His guidance more than ever. At long la*t, let us realize we need a united intelligence to accept and follow His guidance in the things we think. Let us realize no spot on earth can enjoy Peach on Earth as long as men fail to preserve peace in their minds and hearts. Let us realize that only with faith and hope can we unite as God's children; let us realize faith and hope will do away with the fears that divide us. At long last, let us realize hatred, fanaticism and extremism can terminate only in the desolation of the mind, body and spirit. Let us realize man's morality, decency and dignity must be genuine for there is no substitute. At long last, let us realize these teachings come to us long before the birth of the Prince of Peace. Above all, let us realize we are only temporary citizens of our time, but have permanent souls that last through eternity. Don't you agree we should realize these things PROM New Year TO Christmas; not merely PROM Christmas TO New Year? . . . MRS. BUDDY HOWARD, HOWARD FUNERAL HOME. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week ""CHRISTMAS EVE Double Feature (GA) [ i *y KDWJ MURRAY 3 GUYSTOCKWELL-ABBYDALTON THE WILLIAM CASTLE ^ v CHRISTMAS DAY • MONDAY • TUESDAY * WEDNESDAY (GA) When in Z:->bcr« California visit Universal city Sludloi KinvD'etSn joey Texas . ACROSS tHB TUmiGMM® COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES HOLD ON - With Herman's Hermits ~ A " 8t " C "' WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF — With Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton "••»•• ARR1VEDERCI BABY - With Tony Cords THE PROFESSIONALS _ Wtlh Hurt Lancaster & Lee Marvta NOT WITH MY WIFE - With Tony Curtis

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