The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1967 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 28, 1967
Page 3
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P W Four - Blyth«vill« (Ark.) CourUr Km - Tlmfry, ™^^^"""»aaiiaBl^»- — Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 8-4461 BRIDE AND GROOM - Miss Patty Lynn L«wls and Jicky Loyd Garrett were married in a March 4 ceremony at the Eastsida Church of Christ in Blytheville. They are making their home in Dell. CDS Wives Have Coffee The »7th CDS Wrves met recently for their menthly social. June Triughber was wel corned as a new member. Deputy base fire chief W. H Woods gave » talk on "The Causes and Prevention of Fires In the Home." Hostesses for the meeting was Kitty Haner, who served punch and cookies. Door prizes were won by Vir ginia Culp and Becky Makow ski. Mn, Culp presided «ver a short business meeting. Memberi are donating olt magazlnei and books to the base hospital. Anyone not at tending the meeting and h a books or magazines to donat may call Mrs. Culp at PO 3 0194 or Donna Psugh at PO 3 9589. The next meeting will be welcoming coffee for all nev members April 27. Hostesses for this will be Peg gy Lovett, Mrs. Makowski an Mrs. Culp. Miss Patty Lewis Is Bride Of Jacky Loyd Garrett Miss Patty Lynn Lewis of Blytheville, became the bride of Jacky Loyd Garrett of Dell in a March 4 ceremony at the Eastside Church of Christ. Bill Loveless officiated the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lewis of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Garrett of Dell. Vows were exchanged before a background «f candletrees and four - branched candlela- bras holding white tapers. White satin draped the altar flanked by baskets of white gladiolus with trees of emerald in'the choir loft, 'the aisle was lighted with patii lights draped with box wood and white satin bows. •Lighting candles prior to the ceremony were Marcus and Rickie Hodge. • Music was a recording of the Harding College chorus wedding selections. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her sister, Miss Leah Lewis. . Bridesmaids were Miss Patsy Garrett, sister of the groom, and^-Miss Barbara Scrape. The attendants were attired in.floor - length gowns of light blue bonded crepe styled along empire lines. The gowns were sleeveless and each attendant Wore opera - length gloves. The maid of honor carried a cascade bouquet of pink marguerite daisies and bridesmaids carried colonial bouquets of pink, marguerite daisies. Their headpieces were garlands of lace on tulle and pink marguerite daisies. Terry McCard of North Little Rock attended the groom as best man. Groomsmen were Brian Lackie of Memphis, and Michael Dean of Dexter, Mo. Ushers were David Lewers and Gary Garrett, brother of the groom. The bride, whe was given in marriage by her father, chose a floor-length gown of peau de soie. The empire - styled bodice was covered in alencon lace and fashioned with a satin bow. The gown featured a rounded neckline and long lace sleeves which formed petal points over her hands. The front of the gswn was covered with appliqued lace medallions and her full-length chapel train was overlaid with lace and fell from the shoulders j Her shoulder - length veil was secured to a crown of sequins and seed parls. The bride's only jewelry was a string of pearls, a gift of the groom. Her bouquet was of while sweetheart roses with leaves, hyacinth florets in a cascade centered by a white orchid. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Lewis chose a three-piece suit of blue silk shantung with matching accessories and a matching headpiece. She also wore a white double glamelia corsage. The groom's mother; Mrs. Garrett, was attired in a blue brocade dress and coat with matching accessories and headpiece. She also wore a double white glamelia corsage. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were host and hostess at a reception at the Holiday Inn. The bride's table was covered in a white satin cloth sverlaid with white tulle. Table decorations consisted of white tapers, a silver punch service and a four-tiered wedding cake covered with blue sugar bells and nested in a bed of leather leaf fern and yellow sweetheart roses. The guest book table was draped in white satin overlaid with tulle and centered with a memory candle surreunded by leather leaf fern, Reception assistants were Mrs. Milton Snow, Mrs. Dean Hodge, Mrs. Von Starnes and Mrs. Woody Harshbarger. For her wedding trip to Memphis, the bride chose a two-piece blue linen dress with matching accessories and the orchid from her bouquet. Out-»f-tewn guests were Mr. and Mrs. David G1 a m s h i of Memphis, Mr*. Michael L. Dean of Dexter, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Craig and daughter of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Johnson of Leaclwille. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis of Cape Girardeau, Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis and Mrs. Nertha Lewis of Paragould. Robert Phillips of Springdale, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Fern Lewis of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lewis and son and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lackie of Memphis and Marilyn Cruce of Benton. Miss Rayder Is Honored Miss Martha Ann Rayder of Manila, bride-elect of Larry Cook of Cape Girardeau, Mo., recently was honored w i t h a bridal shower in the fellowship inll of First Methodist Church in Manila. For the occasion, Miss Rayder was attired in agreen wool sheath dress. She was presented with a white carnation corsage by the hostesses. Attending as special guests were Mrs. Ben Rayder, mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. Avry Rogers, grandmother of Miss Rayder. The refreshment table was covered with a white cloth decorated with silver wedding symbols and centered with an arrangement of white stock daffodils and yellow daisies. Individual cakes were serve< by Mrs. Peggy Tucker and sherbet punch was served by Mrs. Becky Misner. Games were led by Mrs George Adams with prizes beinj awarded to Miss Rayder am Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman. Gifts were displayed on a ta ble which was covered with a white cloth. Mrs. Hugh Miller presents the hbnbree with an assortmen of gifts. They were registerd by Mrs. Sue Dudley. Others assisting with the party were Mrs. Glenn Holmes, Mrs. Bill Samples, Mrs. P. G. Ballard, Mrs. Ed McMasters, Mrs. Harvey Durham and Mrs. Bill Davidson. Out - of - town guests attending were Mrs. Raymond Morgan and children of Elaine and Mrs. Helen Criner of Blytheville. Mr. Sudden Service Soys: SALE Complete Liquid Fertilizer Rigs Complete Treflan & Chemical Riga Dcmco Granular In Furrow Applicators Tank Racks: Over Wheel, Side Mount, Three Point Hitch Tanks: 110-200 Gallon Fiber Glass, 1000 Gallon Black Iron or SUintesa Steel Treflan Broadcast Booms, High Clearance Post Emergence Bars, Ace & Hypro Pumps and Parts, John Blue L. F. Pumps and Parts, Rubber Host : '/<" to 2", Plastic Tubing %" and W, Spray Nozzles and Parts, Pressure Regulators and Gaug' «s, Strainers and Parts, Hose Insert! and Clamps. FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. 'T/ie Horn* of Sudden Service" 620 N. Broadway — Blyrh.vlll. Ph. PO 3-8191 The rehearsal dinner was held at the Dixie Pig March 3. Hosts were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Garrett. The table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with a bouquet of spring flowers. At this time the bride and groom exchanged gifts and presented their attendants with gifts. DOUBLY HONORED Jack McKay, son of Mr and Mrs. Hershel McKay of Cosnell, has been offered two of the nation's most prestigious graduate fellowships. He has been named one of the nation's 1,200 Woodrow Wilson Fellows and has been awarded a Fulbright-Hays grant to study at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Juniors Host Senior Banquet Members of the Blytheville High School junior class entertained senior class members at the annual Senior Banquet held recently at the Central School cafetorium. Decorations were in a St. Patrick's theme of green and white Attending as special guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Meador, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Harris, Mrs. Ruth Lami, Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Mr. Raby, Charles Able and Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Williams. . The invocation was given by Ron Wilson. George Hubbard served as master of ceremonies Junior class members read the prophecies of the graduating seniors as entertainment. In charge of the banquet was Mrs. Jimmie Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. Newell Jerome, Mrs. Jim Burks, Mrs. Lewis McWaters. The group was served by junior class girls who wore white aprons with green shamrocks. Esther Class . Has Meeting The Esther Sunday S c h o o Class of Calvary Baptist Church met last week in the home of an honorary member, Mrs. Gertrude Rambo, with seven members present. Mrs. Juanita Peters opened the meeting with prayer which was followed by the devotiona r given by Mrs. Ed Smith. Minutes of the previous meet ing were read and approved and refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Pope Hosts Shower Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a baby shower in the home of Mrs. Cleo Pope recently honoring Mrs. Mickey Shelton and Mrs. Paul Westbrook. Winners of the games played were Mrs. Raymond Miller and Mrs. Shelton. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Jits of News m J i \ mostly personal il| S I Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and daughters, Beth and Lin ley have returned to Little Rock after spending the holidays with heir parents, Mrs. Louise Hill and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott and Dr. Hill's grandmother, Mrs. Hattie L. Hunter. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell were Mr. and Mrs. Gary H a n k 1 n s of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Horrace Scrape ,sister of Mrs. Halsell who also visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halsell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Halsell and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moody have returned home after spending the weekend in Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hays and daughter Sherry of Terre Haute, Ind. returned to their home yesterday after spending' the Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs. James Oxford and her grandmother. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb ami children, Jack and Mary Grace spent the weekend in Carrollton and Greenwood, Miss, with Mrs Webb's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W..C. Neill. Bobby Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Miller, is in critical condition at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis where lie will undergo surgery today. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mosley announce the birth of a daughter born March 27th at Chickasawba Hospital. She has been named Lana Michele. Gradpar- ents are Mrs. J. A. Lloyd and the late Mr. Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. S. Mosley. Garden Club To Present Annual Show The Blytheville Garden Club will present their annual flower show, "Spring's Awakening," April 5th with Mrs. W. T. Metzger as show chairman. The public is invited. Entries must conform with the following rules in these divisions: Horticulture Daffodils: All divisions from one to 11 inclusive. Label as to name if possible. Must be named to be eligible for blue ribbons. Collection: Spring blossoms, three verities, other than daffodils. Three in one container or in separate containers. Need not be named. Shrubs: Blooming one branch, to a container, not over 20 inches high nor less than 12 inches. Shrubs: Non blooming. One- Ihree branches, not »ver 2» inches high nor less than 12, to a container. The above shrubs must b« named to be eligible for blue ribbon. The committee reserves tin right to remove from display ot disqualify, any entry not in go&J condition or otherwise not meeting requirements of rules. The award of merit and sweepstakes will be given ia addition to first, second, third and fourth place winners in the horticulture division. All specimens must be grown by exhibitor in horticulture division. Coming Events Today Medical Enlisted Wives Coffee 7:30 p.m. 1909 B S. 5th Street Ladies Golf Association Clinic 1 p.m. Blytheville Country Club and kickoff luncheon. Eastern Star Chapter 279 Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Armorel • ettes Extension Homemakers Club Business and Professional Women's Club Parkside Garden Club XI XI Elects Officers XI XI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met for a business and so- \cial meeting recently in the lome of Mrs. Rolan Fletcher. Elected as new officers were Mrs. John Kersniek, president, VIrs. Roy Calvin, vice president Mrs. Kate Burke, secretary and .reasurer, Oliver Mitchell. Winners of the canasta and jridge games were Mrs. Mitchell, canasta, Mrs. Kersnick, iridge, high, and Mrs. Jimrnie Edwards, bridgo. CLASSIFIED BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS When you are broiling slices of Canadian bacon, notch the edge of the bacon so the slices won't curl up. 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. LAST TIME TODAY A PARAMOUNT PICTURE-TECHNICOLOR' Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. ••MaVaMal PARAMOUNT PICTURES EgracoMi, Knapp Shoes Send name and addreu to: MALCOLM JOHNSTON 1104 Laurant ED 3-1876 CaruUicrsvllle, Mo. WARMING TREND in hat fashion was shown by dancer Nadia Nerina, who arrived in London from a performance in Chicago recently, wearing this cozy headgear. Artistic Division Class One. "Drifting Clouds." Arrangement using predominately white daffodils and. white container. Class Two, "You are My Sun-. shine." Arrangement using yellow daffodils, with any color container. Class Three, "The Wind in the Willows;" Arrangement, made in Japanese abstract or free style. Class Four, "Touch of Nature;" Arranger's choice. ... ; Class Five, "Spring Tea,"(Semi Miniature); Arrangement using tea pot, tea cup, sugar-, 01 creamer, not to exceed eight: inches. PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED 41 SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville courier Newj BLYTHEVILLE, AKK. ZIP - T2315 Harry W. Haines, PubUshBt 3rd at Walnut Sti. Blvtheville. Ark. TubliEhed daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ai-ls HOME DELIVER? RATES In Blytheville and towns in tbe Blytheville trade territory. Daily 35e per week BY HAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of Blytnevillr $8.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blythcvlllc 318.00 per year REVIVAL With Hildon Burilson Conducting Services WESTS! DE BAPTIST CHURCH 2216 Carolyn St. March 26 - April 2 Services Nightly 7:30 Public Is Invited Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Because of the anticipated heavy demand, we suggest you buy your admission tickets in advance to guarantee you a seat at the performance of your choice. FEATURES AT: 2:00 P.M. 5:15 P.M. 8:30 P.M. Ftlmtd in ULTRA PANAVISION TECHNICOLOR 9 RtltBsid by UNITED ARTISTS Admission: Adults $1.00 - Children 50e COMING SOON TO TOE R1T« EAST COME EASY GO-Witll EtvU Pre.ler THE VENETIAN AFFAIR - With Robert Vaughn * E!ki 8om««r FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON WAY TO FOBUM - V Hill Sll«ra ALFIE — With Michael Calne & Shelly Winters PENELOPE - With Natalia Wood & Dlok Shawn During March, the Drive-In Will B* Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sunday* Only. Starting April 1st, Open Full Time

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