The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 30, 1967
Page 4
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r P«ge Twf - Blythevlllt (Ark.) Courier Newg - Monday. January 30, ttff_ * — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Local Lodges Have Joint Installation Ceremonies PLEDGE VOWS —Miss Karen Louise Keeney, formerly of Blytlieville, became Ihe bride of Lt. Daniel L. Heitz in a recent ceremony in the Offutt Air Force Base Chapel, Neb. They are now making theii home in Lubbock Tex. Coming Events Tuesday Eastern Star Chapter 279 Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Armorel - ettes Extension Homemakers Club Business and Professional Women's Club Wednesday Great Books Club meets with Mrs. George Fisher 9:30 a.m. 340th Borrm squadron Coffee Blytheville Garden Club. Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club Clear Lake Baptist WMU Armorel Woman's Union 7:30 at church Of Karen Keeney Is Bride Lt Daniel L Heitz 2 Recently, at a 6 p.m. nuptial •%nass in the Offutt Air Force -Base, Neb. Capehart Chapel, "Karen Louise Keeney, daughter -W Lt. Col. and Mrs. Jqhn G. "Keeney, formerly of Blytheville, swas wed to Lt. Daniel L. Heitz, T 60 n of Mr. and Mrs. Robert sjHeitz, of Grand Rapids, Mich. f John F. Lvons officiated. i! The bride chose a formal '•gown of silk chiffon velvet. The ^molded bodice was designed 'jwith a scoop neckline and.con- Itinental sleeves dramatically Jtdged in white mink. a The A-line skirt fashioned -•with a crescent waistline was '."accented by a flowing detach- 'able panel train. Her elbow- S'length veil of imported silk il- '•Jusion was secured to a velvet Ipillbox highighled by a band ".«f liny mink paws. : ~- The bridal bouquet was a cas- :; xade of white mums surround- ;ing a white orchid. •:. She was attended by Miss ^Deborah Reinnart of Little iJRock, maid of honor, and Mrs. -Paul Napieralski, sister of the ~groom from Grand Rapids, -.-Mich. Miss Mary Ann Hyland ^and Miss Linda Garzetta, both 2cousins of the bride, from Stet"en Island, N.Y. ". Miss Elizabeth Held was flow""'G** sirlt 2 The attendants wore identical Sfloor'-- length gowns in waltz •.iand mist blue and in gold and I'topaz. The empire bodices were icf darker tones with scoop r necklines and Kabuki sleeves. :•'•• Bands of matching venice : -]ace finished the sleeves and •""aiign waistlines, topping the A"•'line skirts in the lighter tones. ..' Watteau back panels were finished in the lace. They wore -fur crowns and carried matching fur muffs adorned with ar- ;r rangements of mums. " Gary Heitz, of Grand Rapids : -was best man for his brother. £ Ushers were the bride's broth- THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA Blytheville I.O.O.F. 18 Lodge and Blytheville Rebekah Lodge 18 held Joint Installation ceremonies for their officers recently at the I.O.O.F. hall. The installing officers were Lucille McGregor, district deputy president, and W. E. Golden, district deputy grand master. Their installing staffs are Grand Wardens Georgia Hodge and Ernest Johnson; Deputy grand marshals, Audie Johnson and C. S. Birmingham; deputy grand recording secretaries, Alma Golden and Earl McGregor; deputy grand financial secretary, Eula Rollison; Deputy grand treasurers, Carmen Oxford and Jimmie Weir; deputy grand inside guardian, Misionary Cora gtone; deputy grand chap . nion 7:30 at church lains Nell Baldridge and John Chapter D, P.E.O. sisterhood M and d t d mus[ . Past Noble Grand Club of Rebekah Lodge 18 7:30 p.m. Dogwood Extension Homemakers Club Lange P.T.A. 3 p.m. executive board at 2:30 p.m. _ Thursday Culbertson Extension Homemakers Club. Base Garden Club 1 p.m. Kingsley Hall. Ide; and deputy grand cian, Marcia Lou Hancock. .UlgOlCjr A ID 11. i' invalid TTins o Immaculate Conception Home t)ng Schemes. ers, John G. Keeney II and Stephen A. Keeney and Lt. Raymond Millburg. Ring bearer was William Weiss. Sabre bearers were Capt. L Branch, Capt. J. Maley, Capt C. L. Thompson, Lt. D. Wool dridge, Lt. R. lussig, and Lt. R Chapak, all of Offutt AFB. The mother of the bride wore a coat dress of ruby velvet The sleeveless formal sheall was worn with matching coat Her accessories were pink and her corsage a white orchid. The mother of the groom chose an ice blue silk brocade floor - length formal ensemble The sleeveless sheath had a matching jacket. Her accessories were ice blue and her corsage a white orchid. Immediately following the nuptial mass was a dinner for families and out-of-town guests in the Fireside West Room of the Offutt AFB Officers Club. Following the dinner in the main ballroom was a formal champaign and buffet reception at which the bride and groom, their parents and the wedding party received 250 guests. Highlight of this was the champaign fountain on a white satin • draped table decorated with silver candelabra. The five - tiered wedding cake was set at another end of the ballroom with silver candelabra and a large silverframed oil painting of the bride in her wedding gown. The Fireside West Room and main ballroom were both decorated for the holiday season in hot pink and avacado green. The bridal decorations were of while satin skirted tables and white candles. Lt. Heinz, a 1966 graduate of _.._ the Air Force Academy, is now I bock. and School Society 8 p.m. Golden Age Club Junior Members of Dud Cason Unit, AL Auxiliary 7 p.m. Little Hut Lutheran Women's Misionary League 97th CDS Wives 1:30 p.m. Service Club. Friday BAFB Catholic Ladies Guild. Dell Extension Homemakers Club. Deborah Sunday School -Class. Chapter N, P.E.O. with Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Saturday Chickasaw Saddlers Riding Club 7 p.m. Dogwood Clubhouse „ ——• Riding Club Will Meet The Chickasaw Saddlers Riding Club will meet Saturday evening at 7 p.m. in the Dogwood Clubhouse. The proposed by laws will be presented for adoption and committee chairmen will be announced for the various duties within the club. The budget will also be discussed. AH charter members are urged to attend. in Pilot Training at Reese AFB, Lubbock, Tex. Mrs. Heitz attended Southeast Missouri State College, Cape Girardeau, Mo. and she will resume her Junior year at Texas Tech State College in Lubbock, Tex. The newlyweds honeymooned on a motor trip to Blytheville, and are now at home in Lub- •- STARTING TIME ~Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. • Sat.— 2:30- 7:30 P.M. -'• Sunday — Continuous T! Showing From 2 P.M. MON. TUES. WED. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week MONDAY AND TUESDAY (A-MY) r«* Y CMlfe flna Lfei KMT* CJortf TIenmcoioft* FROM WARNU mos. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ WARNING SHOT — With Dnld Jinsscn & ElMnftr Parker . WAY WAY OUT — With Jerry I<fwh ANY WEDNESDAY - With J»n« Fonda A Jason Roburdi THE TEN COMMANDMENTS — With Charlton Union GAMBIT — With Shirley MaoLalne RAGE — With Glenn Ford & Stclln Stcvcm CDS Club Has Guest Speaker The C.D.S. Wives Club met last week at Kingsley Hall Service Club. Guest speaker was William Fincher who spoke on "Decora- Th'e officers who were Installed were riobie grands, Janic Zeidner and D. C. Moore; vice grands, Garnet Goff and Earl McGregor; recording secretaries, -Nell Baldridge and W. E. Golden; financial secretary, Carmen Oxford; treasurers, Georgia Hodge and Albert Ellis; Wardens, Marie McClanahan and Everett Tilley; conductors, Linda Tilley and Doyel Tilley; and chaplains, Grace Cates and Jimmie Weir. Right supporter of the noble grands, Edna Cozart and C. S. Birmingham. Left, supporter of the noble grands, Alma Golden and Morlie Tilley. Right supporter of the vice grands, Cora Stone and John Ide. Left supporters of the vice grands, Lola Oakley and Ernest Johnson. Musician is Amelia Dietrich; assistant musician, Marcia Lou Hancock; color bearer, Lucille Caudle; inside guardian, Jewel Robinson and Richard Lee; Outside guardian, Helen Estes and Mitchel King; Junior Past Noble Grand is Lucille McGregor. Right sup- Following his discussion was a question and answer period. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Ralph Culp. Canasta was played and the door prizt was won by Kitty Haner. The next meeting will be Feb. 23. Hostess for the meeting were Mrs. Peggy Levitt and Mrs. Becky Mackowski. Students To Graduate Fall semester graduates who received diplomas from Mississippi State University Saturday from the local area include Charles Seaife Boyd of Blythe ville and John Richard Pratt of Wilson. Mr. Bbyd will graduate from the college of agriculture and Mr. Pratt from graduate school. IIIIIIIIIH iiiiiiiMiiiiHHin uiini| its of News I porter of the Junior Past Noble Grand, Mary Warren; left supporter of the Junior P.N.G.j Ann Nance; right supporter of the chaplain, Audie Johnson and left supporter of the chaplain, Ruth Tilley. The Rebekah noble grand presented her program for her term. She chose the dove for peace, the Holy Bible, and the three golden links for her emblems, and the red rose as her flower. Her colors are red and white. The installing offices wore white. The hall was decorated with a red background with an open Bible, doves and red roses on one all, all the 'stands and tables in the hall were covered with white cloths and were centered with arrangements of red roses in milk glass vases. One table was decorated with a special arrangement of a. white china lamp, red roses, a miniature Bible, a dove and the three golden links. The refreshment table in the ante room was overlaid with a white cloth with small red roses on the skirt of it and was centered ith a red and silver floral arrangement, a large cut glass punch bowl and two red and gold candy dishes. The refreshments were party sandwiches, cake, red punch and coffee. the lodge deputy, Nell Baldridge, was in charge of the arrangements assisted by Alma Golden, Edna Cozart and Lucille McGregor. There were 39 members and three visitors present. The visitors were Mrs. D. C. Moore, Mrs. Louis Gonzalles and Ron Zeidner. moitly personal j iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiniiiHiiininniiiwi 11 ! 1111111111 ) 11111111 . 111 ' 11 . 1 ^ Miss Molly Guard returned yesterday to Memphis State University after spending semester break with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Guard, and family. Miss Claudia J-ne Klene and Miss Nancy Lou Adkission motored to Tupelo, Miss., this weekend to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wilson of Dexter were guests yesterday of her mother, Mrs. C. 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