The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1967 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 27, 1967
Page 5
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BIythevfll* (Art.) Courier News — Monday, March 27, 1967 « Page — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor BRIDE-ELECT — Miss Bernita Rose Moir, former Blytheville resident, will become the bride o! James Webb Jones Jr. in a June 3 ceremony at St. Lukes Met hodist Church in Membphis Phone PO 8-4461 Shower Honors Recent Bride Mrs. Ronnie Woods, a recent iride, was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald recent moitiu nerionat | iiiiiiiiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiininniiiiiniiiiinii Miss Nancy McKinnon Is pending Easter vacation with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila. Miss .IcKannon is a s t u d e n t at St. Gary's in Notre Dame, Ind. Miss Terri Rainwater re Miss Moir Betrothed To fames Webb Jones Jr. Mrs. Bernita Moir of Mem-] phis, formerly of Blytheville, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss B e r n i ta Rose Moir, to James Webb Jones Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Webb Jones, also of Memphis. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Green of Bellflower, Calif., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse T. Moir of New York. Grandparents of ttie groom- elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. James I. Jones of Milan, Tenn., and the late Mr. and Mrs. James I. Jones of Milan, Tenn., and the late Mr. and Mrs. George P. Cobb of Jackson. Miss Moir attended Blytheville High School and graduated from Bellflower High School in Bellflower, Calif. She was a high school honor graduate and was a member of the math, club, student govern-1 ment representative and Call-, ornia Scholarship Federation. She attended Hendrix College where she was a member of he newspaper staff and received a B.S. degree from Memphis State University in January. The bride-elect is presently employed at Southern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Webb is a graduate of East High School in Memphis where he was a member of the math club, science club and Phi Kappa. He presently is attending Christian Brothers C o 11 ege where he is a member of the board of directors of Circle K and will receive a B.S. degree in civil engineering in June. The groom-elect is employed at Barrow-Agee Testing Labor atories. The wedding will be solemn i ized June 3 at St. Lukes Meth ,odist Church in Memphis. Co-hostess for the affair wer Mrs. Bill Harding and Mrs, Bob Grigsby. Approximately 30 guests at tended. Mrs. Woods chose for the oc casion a blue silk sheath dres and was presented a white car nation corsage. Attending as special guest were Mrs. Henry Woods an Mrs. Willie Hicks, mothers of the couple. Other special guests wer Mrs. Joe Jones, grandmothe of Mr. Woods, and Mrs. Eliza beth Chism, grandmother o Mrs. Woods. The entertainment rooms e home were decorated wit pring flowers. Serving punch was Mrs oody Enderson and servin le cake, was Miss Judy McGar ty. The refreshment table w; raped with a white damask oth and an arrangement of nk carnations centered the ible. The hostesses presented the ew bride with a white china ava bowl. Air Force Family Scene Mrs. Ruth Deters LE 2-5554 The British Wives Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Carel Willard. A buffet style supper was served to members and guests. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Avril Bookout and Mrs. Irene Robinson. Good-byes were said to Mrs. Pat Fast who is leaving for England. A social meeting was held on March 7 with 12 members present. Mrs. Jennie Stiles and Angela Hendricks were welcomed as guests. Chief Anthony Zielinski, bas fire chief, gave a talk on fir prevention in the home. Mrs. Joan Quinsy and M Julie DeBusk were hostesses fo the evening. Sausage rolls, sandwiche cheeze straws, cookies and te were served for refreshments. The Ladies Pinochle Club he their meeting at Mrs. Ga Lambs home recently. Mrs. Doris Birch won nig Bits of News! turned lo her home In Memphis alter spending Easter with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and family. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon are their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stickmon of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Slovall have returned to their home in Huntsville, Ala., after visiting their parents. Their sons, Mike and Robbie, will remain for a three-week visit with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. Irby Hodge. Miss Peggye Jairelt and her houseguest, Miss Carolyn Parker of Fort Smith, left by plane from Memphis today for Tampa, Fla., where they will spend the rest of their spring break. They have been visiting Miss Jarrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Jarrett. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Pace and son, Joe Koehler, have returned to their home in Jones- oro after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Koehler. Miss Josephine Cure and Miss Scott Jamison, both students at the University of Arkansas, are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jamsion. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart Jr. and family were week-end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart. Mr. and Mrs. .Arnold Miller are in Tulsa, Okla., to attend Ihe funeral of his brother, John R. Miller, which will be held tomorrow. Beat a leftover egg white until foamy; gradually beat in a couple of tablespoons of sugar; continue to beat until very stiff. Use this uncooked meringue as a garnish for chocolate pudding. Need to now the depth «f a an? Measure by placing a rule own the inside of a side. It's a ood idea to keep a steel ruler- vailable at art supply shops- ou use such a ruler for mea- uring rolled-out pastry dough, or example, you can easily wash the ruler before putting it way. and Jean Presley won low. Refreshments of party dips, crackers, cookies, pepsi and offee were served. Family Services held their iwards coffee at Kingsley hall •ecently. Volunteers were presented with awards and pins. Mrs. Clema Boots was awarded a 1,000 hour guard and her our year stripe. The emergency committee presented the program. Mrs. Rhonda Jones sang a selection or songs from "The Sound of Music." The Family Services orientation will be held on April 19 at Kingsley Hall and will b« a three-hour session. Airman and Mrs. Dennis Koch are the parents of their third child, a daughter, bom Feb. 27 at ChickasaWba Hospital. Capt. and Mrs. Charles Goree are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 26 at the base hospital. Pat Barnes of Trumann spent Tuesday evening visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Robert L. Deters and family. Airman and Mrs. James E Sexton spent two weeks in Knoxville, Tenn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sextan. OUTSTANDING - The Blytheville Jay- cettes held their annual awards banquet in the Jaycee building Saturday night and (from the left) Mrs. Ray Gill was named "Outstand- ing Jaycelte," Mrs. Curtis Corder was elected "Outstanding Jaycette Officer," and Mrs. Frank Sparks was chosen "Outstanding New Jaycette." (Courier Newi Photo) The Many Sun 'n Swim Looks of and blossom out in ttrit carefully cultivated daisy dandy. H* hip. lissome. Glowing, hi growing oolo* that show off sun-kissed skin. M0% cotton, SIMMS. Skimmer swtrflnwf ...the how- girly-can-you- get variety, dazzled with contrast and hipped on having a great, glorious fling this summer. Lively colors on 100% cotton. Sizes 5-15. Exclusively Yours at Hays' .-«..••••*•«•••••••••••••• *••••«••••• ••••••••••••• Ship** belle... gee* nautical with •hro pared-down parts that bare a lot of brand new tan. Clear, regulation colors on 100% cotton duck. 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