The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1961 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 15, 1961
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1961 — Society News — Mrs. Braxton GUI, Society Editor PboneS-4461 Bits of News ntoitli Mr. and .Mrs. L. D. Vincent (Photo by Yeager Nancy Grey Roebuck Is Wed To Larry Davis Vincent Eastwood .Memorial Methodist Church in Caruihcrsville wa the setting for the wedding Sunday when Miss Nancy Grey Roc buck, daughter of Mrs. Jean Watson Roebuck of Caruthersvill and Jackson Lethare Roebuck of Greenville, Miss., became th bride of Larry Davis Vincent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thur mond Vincent, of Memphis. Officiating was the Rev. Floyd V. B rower, pas lor. The church was decorated with baskets of white gladioli, flanked by candelabrum holding lighted cathedral tapers. Nuptial music was presented by Sirs. Guy Michie, organist, and Mrs. Gary Vincent, sister-in- law of the groom, vocalist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of gardenia white Chantilly lace and tulle, featuring a basque bodice \viih scalloped Sabrina neckline and tapering sleeves.. The bouffant skirt had scalloped lace vertical panels separated by tulle, with tiers of lace and ruiiu ruffles cascading down the | back to form a chapel train. A crown of crystals and pearls secured her veil. She carried a white orchid on a lace fan with lace leaves and a shower of pearls. Attending the bride were Miss Patricia Lea Roebuck, sister, as maid of honor, and Miss Elizabeth Jean Roebuck, also a sister, Mrs. Wayne Kindell, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. James Neil Holdcraft as bridesmaids. Attendants were attired in ballerina length silganza grotto blue gmvns, with square necklines, featuring impressed pleats in the back. A miniature headpiece and cir- time of matching color was Reception Following the ceremony, a re ception was held in the cliurc parlor by the bride's parents. The room was decorated wit pink and white carnations. Bride's table was centered wit a three tiered wedding cake sur rounded by white carnations. Assisting at the reception wer Mrs. JI. Morris, Mrs. Jerry Due ley, Mrs. Gene Brown, Mrs. Te Street, Mrs. Murrell McMullin an Misses Jahnae Harper, Linda Tay lor, Suzanne Carson and Alexis Street. For the wedding trip to tfev Orleans, the bride chose a suit of royal blue wool. The couple will be at home at 758 Houston in Memphis after Feb. 17. Mrs. R. E. Weir of Brighton, 'enn., is visiting in the home ol .!r. and Mrs. Leonard Smith. Mrs. Louise Moore and daugh- er, Mrs. Ted Whitworth, and Mr, Vhilworth and family of Mem nhis are driving to Mobile, Ala., oday to attend the wedding a Mrs. Moore's Son, Naif Moore, !r., to Miss Ruby Thompson a Mobile on Feb. IS. Debbie Whitworth, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Ted Whitworth, will be flower girl for the wedding and Buddy Whitworth, the Whit- •orlh's son, will serve as ring bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Odom announce the birth of a daughter, lelissa Kay, born Feb. 14 at Blylheville AFB Hospital. Mrs. Odom is the former Janet Kay Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Williams. LI. and Mrs. Tommy G. Harrison announce the birth of a daughter, Martha Elizabeth, bom Feb. 4 at Harmon AFB Hospital in Stephenville, Newfoundland. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Neal Tomlin announce the birth of a son, Jerry Neal. Jr., born Feb. 12 at Chickasawba Hospital. Mrs. W. F. McDaniels of Memphis arrives today to visit with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Anthony of Blytheville were injured earlier this week in an automobile accident in Florida where they were vacationing. Both were hospitalized, but are not critically hurt and their condition is listed as good. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Thompson and two sons have returned from Ames, fowa to make their home in Blylheville. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Downs and daughters will be in Little Rock and Shreveporl, La. this weekend. Mrs. George*W. Pyles will return tonight from Memphis where she has spent the past two days. She went especially to attend the Holiday on Ice performance last night at the Auditorium. Mrs. Lynch Hosts WSCS Women's Society of Christian Service of Christ Methodist Church met in the home at Mrs. Glenn Lynch with 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Herbert Har- din, present. Mrs. C. E. GUliUad ww program leader with the topic being, "What's ta the Word?" Business secstor. followed with Mrs. Bill Humphreys presiding. Dismisal prayer was offered bjr Mrs, J. W. Walters, ESP SWEETHEARTS - Mrs. Karl Hoffman, Mrs. L. L. Hubener and Mrs. Guy Burks, Jr., were Alpha Delta, Gamma Alpha and Alpha Alpha chapter sweethearts of Beta Sigma Phi and were honored at the sorority's annual Valentine dance recently. Del I WSCS Has Meeting BBS WINNER — Palsy Ann Gurno has be«n named Blytheville Senior High School's 1961 Betty Crocker Ho.nesnaker of Tomorrow. Having received the highest score in a written examination on homemaking knowledge and attitudes taken by graduating seniors, she becomes a candidate for the staEe Homemaker of Tomorrow award. Hiss Gurno is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gurno, 913 Dixie. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Youth Banquet At Ridgecrest sweatheart banquet was held ,t Ridgecrest Baptist Church last night with Pat Hodges and John Chrisloph reigning as queen and king. The nentrance to the dining •oom was decorated with an arch entwined with greenery and red carnations. At the end of the room a giant white heart was surrounded by red roses, and red hearts am white carnations were used :hroughout the room. Tables were overlaid with white cloths and featured red candles and Valentines as centerpieces. Welcome was given by John Christoph, president of the young people's class. Wesley Green gave openini prayer and Jerry May field lee group singing. Special entertainment was solo by Dianne Branscum. Rev. Ernest Perkins was gues speaker. . Games were conducted by James Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hodge sponsored the young people.Th intermediates were sponsored b Mrs. Huffman Teaches Study ; WMU of Yarbro Baptist Church met at the church yesterday for study of the mission book, "A reamer Cometh." Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr. taught le book. A pot luck luncheon was serv- d during the noon hour. WSCS of Dell Melhodist Church met at the church Monday evening. Mrs. W. L. Welborn gave the devotional. Rev. A. W. Harris continued the study on, "Basic Christian Beliefs." Mrs. Emma Greemvay conducted the business session, at which new slate of officers was cle veil of matching color was i.pproved. wcrn. Guests at the meeting were The maid of honor carried a j Mrs. Charles Kcnnett. Sr., Cur- boiiquet of pink carnations with! tis Duncan and Miss Susan Ed- aqua overcast. Bridesmaids' bon- quets were of aqua carnations. Mr. Vincent attended his son as best man and groomsmen were, Gary Vincent, brother of the groom, Jon Jacks and James Noil H&idcraft. Ushers were Dale McGee, Fred Gulhrie, Joe Alford, John Mitchell and Joe Morris. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Roebuck chose a beige bro- ' cade dress with scoop neckline, \ elbow length sleeves and full | skirt of unpressed pleats. Her flowers were pink Cymbidiums, Mrs. Vincent, mother of the groom, \vas dressed in a rust colored taffeta, with scoop neckline, elbow length sleeves and a hack skirt interest of pressed pleats. Her flowers were green cymbidiums. wards. Mrs. Earl Magers and Mrs. A. W. Harris were hostesses. Read Courier News Classified Help for Needy Topic for-BWC Rev. Paul Kiridndall of Mississippi County Union Mission and j Rev. John H. Gray, vicar of St.! Stephen's Episcopal Church, will be guest speakers when the British Wive's Club meets Thursday at Blytheville AFB NCO Club at 7:30 p.m. j They will explain more thoroughly to the group how to best help the needy fa miles of Blytheville. This is a project of the club. Mrs. H. L. Daniels will be present to give a demonstration on spring floral arrangements. Members may bring guests. New flavor for stuffed baked potatoes: add a little onion salt to the potato pulp when you are mashing it. Fire Sale NOW IN PROGRESS! Sellout-Nothing Held Back! All Must Go! Cash Only - All Sales Final Pat 0 Bryant Jewelry Company Corner Main & Second Ir. and Mrs. John Anderson. Special guests were Mr. Leslie ireen, training union director, nd Mrs. Green. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Herman May, Mrs. Audrey Blair and Mrs. Lucille Anderson. Closing prayer was by Rev. Perking. "Must I Suffer All My Life because I'm a woman?" 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