The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 12, 1967
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Page Two - BIythcvllIe (Art.) Courier News - Thursday, Jinuary B, — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Moore of Leachville and Al.C. Carrol] Carter of Manila were united in marriage Nov. 11 al tha Westside Baplist Church in Manila. Miss Shirley Moore Is Bride of A1.C. Carroll Carter Westside 'Baptist -'Church i n ManflsrwasTKe "selling Nov. 11 for the wedding of Miss Shirley Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Moore o.t Leachville, and Al.C. Carroll W. Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter of Manila. Rev. Thurjo Lee v .pastor, officiated at tlie 7 o'clock candlelight ceremony. Pedestal 'baskets of white gladioli, fronted with white ribbon .centered with .pink flanked the altar." ':."":.::.'. Centering the altar were can- dlelabra entwined with spruce and tied wilh whi,te satin ribbon holding white tapers. Nuptial .music was provided by Bobby White vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Betty Lewis. Miss Dorothy Moore served her sister as maid of honor. She wore a floor-length pink empire waist line, scoop-necked dress overlaid with white lace. Her headpiece was a pink velveteen bow wilh messaline veil. She carried nosegay ef a large pink mum. Justin Cole, nephew of the bride, served as ring bearer and Sherry Moore, niece of the bride, was the flower girl, both of Leachville. She wore a floor-length pink empire waist line dress ever- laid with white lace. Her headpiece : was of pink messaline veil wilh velveteen bow. She carried a white basket trimmed with pink ribbon filled with white carnation petals. Mrs. Brenda Clevenger, can- dlelighter,-wpre a street-length pink empire waist-line, scooped neckline dress overlaid with while lace. Her headpiece' was of r>ink velveteen bow with' messaline veil. Terry Reynolds of Osceola served the groom "as best man. Ushers were Raymond Carter, of Coloma, Mich., and Lonnie Pillow of Paragould, both Let Us Plan Your Vacation! SELECTA-TRIP • Europe • Holy Land • Hawaii • S. America • Pacific • Orient • Around the World Select your trip from hundreds of world-wide tours—carefully lilaniu'd and skilllully performed The Jacobs Way. Wlrtr choice dl popular priced or deluxe pro era mi, by sea nr air, escorted or independent. I'or service you can rely on,- asK for brochure!. Complete 1967 program outlin. cd In SELECT-A-TRIP folder. Individual folders for all areas of Ihe \vnrld. Your Northeast Arkansas Travel Center. In Blytheville Our Representative Is Miss Pearl Lee PO 3-4810 or -Contact Us Direct JACOBS TRAVEL SERVICE 2()1 _Warncr at Union Joncsboro uncles of'the groom. •The bride, who was given In marriage by her father,. chose a gown of while acetate peau fashioned with an empire waistline with long tapered sleeves. Embroidered cul-out scallops accented the neckline above a bodice trimmed with embroidered briad, sequins, and seed er at 7:30 p.m. pearls. The floor length A - .line skirt swept to the back with deep pleats at the center. Her shoulder - length veil fell from' a crown of lace, crystal and simulated pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl iccklace, a gift of the groom. Her bouquet consisted of a large white mum atop a lace covered Bible. For her daughter's wedding, VIrs. Moore chose a beige brocade suit dress "with matching accessories. She wore a bronze mother of the mum corsage. Mrs..'"Carter, groom, wore a blue ....wool suit with. black accessories 'and a >ronze mum corsage. grandmother of the goom. Immediately following the gnd - CcceUa H(]gh ' es and Liz A U ceremony, the brides parents . ass i sla nt patrol lead- entertained with » reception in the church. Draping the bride's table was s white linen cloth. The centerpiece was an arrangement of| Phone PO 3-4461 Presbyterians Have Luncheon The executive council of the Women of Ihe Church of th'C | VOWS PLEDGED Flrst Presbyterian Church met j — Miss Shirley monthly luncheon and business nceting in the social rooms of (he church. Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs.. Vernon Thomasson served as ] hostesses for the luncheon. ' | The huincss meeting was pre sided over by Mrs. Thomasson, vice president, in the abence of the president, Mrs. Sam Black. The devotional Was given by Mrs. Ernest MeKenzie. Mrs. Lloyd Godley, ecumeni- misslons chairman, announced (hat the mission season was being entered and there would be ihrcc congregational dinners; Jan. 25, Feb. 22 and March 8. The circles will meet Jan. 16 as follows: Circle One, Mrs. A. S. Harrison at 9:30 a.m.; Circle Two, Mrs. Johnny White at 2 p.m.; Circle Three, Mrs. Aubrey Conway at 2 p.m.; Circle Four, Mrs. Conner Tay lor at 2 p.m.; Circle Five, Mrs. Ernest MeKenzie at 2, p.m.; and Circle Six, Mrs. J. D. Fish Bits of News ROBIN HOOD look came to London town recently, in the form of Nottingham machine-made lace outfits for casual evening wear. • personal s Ifiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs. Tom Jackson is in satisfactory condition in Chickasawba Hospital following surgery for a broken leg. She is in room B-2. D. J. Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Russell of Houston, Tex., formerly of Blytheville, has been selected good citizen of the year at Franklin Ele- E.H.C MEETING NOTES •••••••••••••*•••••••• Members of Yarbro Extension Homemakers Club met yesterday with Mrs. Zaa Thompson for a There covered disii luncheon, were 10 members and PTA Reports ui II ic jcni a i j. i aimuu ui^. > mentary School in Houston. He i the members telling what they can do to improve the club in business meeting was presided over by tht president, Mrs. Henry'Pollard. . . Minutes of the last meeting Members of .Dell P.T.A. met yesterday a f t e r n o » n in the school cafeteria. The president's message was read by Mrs. Curtis Duncan and the devotional was given by Mrs. Ed Hardin. Guest speaker was Denny Wil"... „'i oxii son who spoke on "Life Insur- one guest, Miss Pat Cole, pres-| 4nc4 srtd wj] ij» enl ' Mrs. J6e Dildine was in Th£ Jneeting was Opened with group singing followed by the devotional which was given by Mrs. Ellis Wheeler. Roll call was answer by is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell and Mr. and Mrs. W: A. Angel of Blythevillft. Mr. and Mrs.'Jerry Rogers of Blytheville, announce the birth ,of their first' child, a son born Jan. 9 at Chickasawba Hospital. He has been named Jan Benjamin. Grandparents are Harold Rogers and the lateMrs. Rogers of Oregon and Mrs. Alvina Sanderson of Seattle, Wash. Jimmy Smothermon was dismissed yesterday from Doctor's Hospital. He is convalescing at his home. 1967. The Hope Group Has {Program. Meeting were read by Mrs. Robert Wi Thompson. The eye opener was shown IT Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave a talk on safety and .Miss Cole gave a talk on centerpieces and showed a centerpiece she had made. i Different individuals brought flower arrangements iri unusual containers and displayed them. Miss Cole announced-ttiat the clothing leader meeting will be Jan. 25 in Leachville. The next meeting will be Feb. 14 with Mrs. Gene McGuire. charge of the business meeting in which the minutes of the De- comber meeting were read by Mrs. Oral Honeycult, secretary. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Russell Simpson. Room, count was won by Mr. King's seventh grade and Mrs. Long's first grade. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Erwin Johnson and Mrs. Please Walters. Methodist Women Meet Lake Street Methodist won* an's Society of Christian Sei», vice met Monday with 16 mem-' The meeting was opened with i prayer by Mrs. Joe Thomas. I over the business session. < lion." Assisting Mrs. Evans on th« program were Mrs. Eugene Hall, Mrs. C. E. Roush and Mrs. given by Mrs. Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Strickland and Mrs. Don Lutz. NEWS OF THE Q-J Sc >cou •h Billy Meharg, past 'American Legion Commander and Chaplain, presented a talk on American Flag etiquette to 45 Junior Girl Scouts of troops 91, 140 and 72; Wednesday afternoon at Ihe Girl Scout House in Walker Park.. The talk closed wilh the-playing of "Taps," by Martin Jones, son of Mrs. Louise Jones. Leaders ,of ,the .troops are The. Hope group .of the First Christian Church met Monday with Mrs. E. R. Jackson with Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, president of the Christian Women's Fellowship. • Mrs. J. C. Ellis, group leader, opened the meeting wilh prayer. The minutes of the Noveni ber meeting were read and approved and the treasures's report given. ' | A "Thank You" note for the Christmas gifts -from Susan Hatcher, the ten-year-old girl at the St. Louis Christian Home, who has been adopted by the group was read. ' Mrs. Sylvester announced that the district workshop will be Marilyririe 'Hill. Mrs. 'R. J. Heldrrian served as worship, leader. Her. worship Center depicted the starving millions on one side and the abundance of food on the other. Scriptures were read by Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Moore. .Mrs. Jackson served a dessert course following the missionary benediction. • The Homemakers Extension Club met Tuesday with Mrs. LeRoy Ross and Mrs. Wendall Bennett as co-hostess. Mrs. W. B. Harshbarger presided over the meeting. Welcomed as guests were Mrs. Fern Smith, Mrs. Lee Roberds and Miss Pat Cole. There were 10 members and two new members, Mrs. Bill Hardy and Mrs. Bill Williams, present. •The devotional was given by Mrs. Steve Eatmon. Mrs. Harrell Hampton led the group in song. Roll call was answered by each member telling what they could do to improve their club. Mrs. Basil Burnes gave a report and Mrs. Marvin Lipford showed slides on "Birth Defects" for the March of Dimes. Mrs. Roberds 6f Leachville gave a demonstration on antiquing picture frames. The club project is to visit and teach hand crafts to the patients in the nursing home. Toys will also be brought to each meeting by members to be given at Christmas to the underpriviledged children. The club will visit the nursing home Monday, Jan. 16, which will be followed by a workshop in the home of Mrs. Harshbarger. The next regular meeting will be Feb\ 14 in the home of Jim Weidman. The dismissal prayer was PRIVILEGES »tri'HOKIZEO »1 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blyihe»ille Courier N«w§ BLYTHEVILLE, ARK ZIP • 12316 Harry IV Halnes, Cublisner 3rd at Walnut Stl ' Blytheville. Ark. Published daily eicept Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES ID BlytheTille and towns In th» Blyiheville trade territory Otliy M" oe- «ee« BY MAIL PAYABLE 'N ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blythevllle £8.00 pel yea 1 Wore than 50 miles from Blytnevllle §18.00 net year Mrs. F. B. Riggs Hardy as co-hostess. Mrs. i i i i i i i i i i i i i J AT HOME IN YOUR SPARE TIME i WHITE OR CALL NOW I f»r lampl* !«««•— iw obligation j Tkii It »«• ifth yicr. i^>r.--.M e-hbpl, Oept. A I P.O. BOI 623 I Little RocK, Arkansai YOU CAN FINISH HIGH SCHOOL im» ! No j Add, I City Leaders ,of :the ..troops are he)d Feb ^ at Fjrst Christian Jordan and Mrs,,Erich, Lett- p h .... h in p a ,. aB ,M,lH_ Debbie Sacrider was elected troop treasurer and' Beth' Leh : Mann troup scribe, when Girl •onze mum corsage. s t ^ 91 h • new offli Presented .white cariwHen ^ corsage was Mrs. Lee '.Carter, ' white carnations. A three - tiered wedding cake featuring columns and swans was decorated with pink roses and rosebuds and topped with miniature bride and groom and wedding bells. Mrs. Brenria Watson, presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Rita Moore, sister-in-law of the bride, served cake. Miss Veda Moore, sister of bride, presided at the guest book. For traveling, the new Mrs. Carter chose an off-white crepe suit-with matching accessories and a white mum corsage. The couple are now residing in San Antonio, Tex., where the groom is stationed in the Air Force. Church in Paragould. Mrs. E.ric Whitley, service chairman,-announced that the group would serve as hostesses for the family-fellowship supper next Monday, Jan. 16. Following 'the business meeting, Mrs. J. F. Brown served as study chairman. Her subject was "Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief," The theme uppermost through each study will be "Affluence Ever add a touch of tarragon and Proverly Dilemma for i ready - prepared chicken a the first chapter of the new [la king? | study book, "Long Forks",' by Linda Maynad and Martha are new patrOl leaders, THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M Sat. — 2:30 • 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. f? THURS.-FRI.-SAT. It's Way Out! Out Of Sight In Technicolor With Special Guests • Gary Lewis & The Playboys • Freddie & The Dreamer)! • The Turtles • The Astronauts And Many Others. rr Box Office Opens al 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week THURSDAY AND FRIDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ THE PROFESSIONALS _ \Vlth Hurt Lancaster * Ue M»nla NOT WITH MY WIFE — With Tonj Curtis AnniVCDERCI BAKY — With Tony turtlt FAMILY SHOE STORE S 312 W. Main m Phone PO 2-2342 i! OPEN FRIDAY NITE TIL 8 P.M. 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