The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1967 · Page 3
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Page four - BIyfheville (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, April ff, 1MT — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor BRIDE AND GROOM - Miss Mary Jane Flow ers became the bride of Airman 2. C. R. V. Young Jr. in an April 15 ceremony performed at the Yarbro Methodisi Church. The bridi is the daughter o Mrs. Dennis Flowers. Mary fane Flowers Weds R. V. Young Jr. Here Yarbro Methodist Church was the setting April 15 for the 7 p.m. wedding of Miss Mary Jane Flowers and Airman 2.C. R. V. Young Jr. Rev. James Barton officiated. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Dennis Flowers of Blytheville, and the late Mr. Flowers and Mrs. R. V. Young of Oklahoma City and the late Mr. Young. The choir loft of the church was decorated with jade emerald trees. A large candletree, flanked on either side by can- dlelabrum, was the focal point. Floor baskets of white stock were placed on each side of the satin - draped altar. Garlands of boxwood covered the chancel rail and pews were marked with white satin bows and boxwood. Traditional music was provided by Steve MqGuire, soloist, and Miss Helen Young, niece of the groom, organist. Attending the bride as maid ef honor was Miss Sally Bell. Miss Becky Hay was a bridesmaid. Attendants were dressed in street-length dresses of yellow peau de sole and carried long- stemmed yellow roses. Norman Orr served the groom as best man. Ushers were Kenneth Flowers, brother of the bride, and Phillip Johnson. The bride, who. was given in marriage by her brother, James Allen Walker, chose a floor- length gown of peau de soie and chantilly lace. The gown featured a fitted bodice with a large applique of lace down the front, sprinkled with seed pearls. The long tapered sleeves of chantilly lace formed petal points over her hands. The full skirt of the dress was covered with lace appli- ques which also trimmed t h e bottom of the skirt. The full - length, bell-shaped chapel train had a wide border of chantilly lace and .attached at the shoulders by two small bows. Her shoulder - length tiered veil was secured to a crown ol seed pearls and crystals and she carried a bouquet of white roses centered with an orchid atop a whipe Bible. The bride's only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift el the groom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Flowers was attired in a two-piece dress of beige lace with matching accessories and a gold cymbidium corsage. Mrs. Young, mother of t h e groom, wore a dress of ice pink Imported linen with matching accessories. Her corsage was a pink cymbidium. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the social room of the church. The bride's table was covered with yellow overlaid with white 'ulle and centered with an arrangement of yellow roses, flanked by yellow tapers in crystal holders. The tiered wedding cake was [topped with a miniature bride I and groom and nestled in leath- j er leaf fern and miniature pixie I carnations. Punch was served from the opposite end of the table from a crystal punch service. The guest book table was also draped with a 3'ellaw cloth overlaid with white tulle. It was centered with a memory candle in a crystal holder surrounded by leather leaf fern and miniature pixie carnations. Reception assistants were Mrs. Norman Orr of Oklahoma, sister of the groom, Mrs. Don Thomas, Miss Treena Johnson, Mrs. Cecil Johnson and Mr. Lula May Bunch. Presiding at the guest book was Linda Gibson. Rice bags were distributed by Miss Marilyn Walker and Miss MIJRR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30-7:30 p.m Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA ••*«•»••••»•••••«••«•• LAST TIME TODAY 1 "THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING, THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING Thuri. • Fri. • Sat. FRIDAY S, SATURDAY PLUS Akillertpoteliomoulerspjce that devoms «4- ,Q_ Phone PO 3-4461 P iinnnniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiig its of NewsJ i J /1 | moMu personal j liiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Skidmore have returned from Pensacola, Fla., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Pinson and son. Mrs. W. S. Brown of St. Louis is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Ethel Simmons. Talent Winners Announced Winners in the Youth Talent Contest sponsored by the Wilson Lions Club Monday night in the school cafetorium were as follows: First place, Annelle Woodard of Osceola; second place, Vicki Chiles of Osceola; and third place, Terry Joe Jones of Wilson. Receiving honorable mention were Tim Hogan and John Thompson of Wilson and Barry Bowman and Kenny Wagoner ef Reiser. Ralph Thompson served as master of ceremonies and judges were Mrs. C. L. Denton III of Denwood; Dick Hefner of Blytheville and Mrs. Ray Downing of Armorel. Fred Montgomery, mid - south youth talent contest reresenta- tive, was present for the program and invited the first place winner to participate in their contest this fall in Memphis. There were 26 entries on the program. The contest is an annual affair and is under the direction of John Dresbach. Last year's first place winners, "The Razorback Trio," composed of Terry Joe Jones, Jack Catching and Billy Wayne Bussey of Wilson sang several numbers., The Wilson High School mixed chorus, under the direc tion of John Dresbach. will appear on the "Good Morning from Memphis" show Wednesday, May 3 at 7:00 a.m. on WREC Channel 3. Aloha Barton. When the couple left for their trip through the Ozarks the bride was wearing a navy blue knit suit with white accessories and the orchid from her bouquet. They are now making their home in Amarillo, Tex., where the groom is stationed with the United States Air Force. Out - of - town guests were from Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois and the Ozark Mountains. The rehearsal dinner was held April 14 in the church social room with Mrs. Jimmy Barton and Mrs. J. B. Hemby as hostesses. At this time the couple presented their attendants with gifts. "SELL THE HOUSE?" - Libby Hirsch tries to calmly discuss -with her husband, Paul, why he would bring people in to look at the house with a view to purchase prior to. their daughter's wedding. Libby and Paul' are played by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dugan, who are two of the main characters in "Dear Me :the Sky Is Falling," opens tonight at 8 p.m. at Central School. The play is being presented by the Blythevlile Very Little Theatre and can also be seen tomorrow night at 8. EHC Clubs Have'Spring: County Counid Meeting < The spring county council] Griffin,- daughter .of Mrs. -W:: E. meeting of Extension Homemaker Clubs was held April 25 at the Mississippi County Electric Cooperative Building with 91 members attending. Dogwood and Flat Lake served as hostess clubs. • Mrs. James Thomas,' county council president, presided at the meeting. Mrs. Iverson Morris led group singing, Mrs. Pearl Lee gave the welcome and Mrs. Vernon a the response. ricklThvt dan Strickland gave the response. Mrs. D. B. Abbott presented a memorial service for Mrs. 0. J. Rodgers, Mrs. M. L. Justice, Mrs Fred Wahl, Mrs Myrtle Howe and Mrs. ft : J. -Loyall, deceased club members. Rev. Alvis Carpenter of the First Baptist .Church gave'the devotional on motherhood: A "Carnival of Fashions"-was narrated by Mrs. Ben Craig, county clothing leader. Those modeling in the fashion show of handmade, dresses were: Mrs.' Ruby Peek,' Mrs/ Clyde Davis, Mrs. Edna Grieshammer and Bertie Hawks of the Flat Lake Club; Mrs. Lee Roberds. Mrs. Cleo Groom and Mrs. Bernard Baledge of the Leachville Club; Mrs. Ed Bunch, Mrs. Ben Craig Debbie Goff, daughter of Mrs. Houston Goff and Susan Mitchell, daughter of Mrs. Hochi Mitchell of the Dogwood Club.; Ray McPhe'rson and Mrs. Estar Snider of the Fairview Club; Mrs. Bill Hardy, Mrs. Leroy Ross. Mrs. Linda Riggs and Mrs. Julia Dudley of the Homemaker Club;. . Mrs. Sandra Lando'n and Mrs.' Connie Leetsch of the Sac-ettes Club; Mrs. Shirley Dobbs, Mrs. June Stinnett. Mrs. Tom Gothard and Mrs. Charles Emery of the Armnrel-ettes Club; Mrs. W. W. Nutt and Mrs. : Jerry Hearn of .the Town and Country Club; .Mrs. James Barton of the Yarbro Club; and Kathy Lafarlette, daughter'of Mrs. John Lafarlette; Lorelei LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "MADAME X" — with Lana Turner "MOMENT TO MOMENT" — Jean Seberg 7:00-9:20 • Fri. • Sot. • Sun. • Mon DOUBLE FEATURE Adult Entertainment Griffin, -Linda, Gray, -daughter of -Mrs. Cecil Gray;. Jenny 'Davis, daughter..of Mrs. Ruby Davis ' and ' Donna " Meacham, daughter of Mrs. Jimmy Meacham all of the Gosnell Club. • The afternoon : session- was opened by-group singing. ' The council voted to give a $100. .college scholarship to a qualifying 4-H club member. Mrs. Vernon - Strickland, secretary, read a. recommendation that clubs tour new homes and Braxton Gill's tomato nurseries during State Extension Homemakers Week. Mrs. Lee_R.ob«is..,gaye..ft ; re- port.on the Spring State Council Meeting and Mrs. Max Riggs of Lone Oak Club lead a rela'xer. : ' \ ; A sillyv hat 'contest was held with .each contestant modeling her own,hat...Mrs, Linda Riggs won first place, Mrs, Connie Leetsch won second place and Mrs. -ShirJey...pohbs..won.-third place. ' " ".. ......" .." Wilson School Is Selected A team of four people representing the Division of Audio Visual Instruction. National Education Association, visited Wil- 'son'High Scliool fecenlJyV " .'.Wilson!'was one of 10 schools in the 'state of Arkansas recommended as having outstanding programs in the new teaching media! material'"Among other schools visited were F b, : r rest City Hall School"on their Remedial Reading program and El Dorado High School on their Language Arts Program. The purpose-of the visit was for the committee to compose a bulletin advising: other .schools oi a place.to.go.to.observe the programs of the.10 schools chos- Dinner Dance Is Tomorrow The Cotillion Club will have a dinner dance tomorrow night at the Blytheville Country Club at 8 p.m. Music will be provided by Kenny Shaw and the Redcoats. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath, Mr, and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Dr. anc Mrs. Herbert Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. UUey, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rose and Mr and Mrs. Joe McHaney. 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