The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1967 · Page 3
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May 23, 1967

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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'Page Pour - Blythevllle (Art.) Courltr New* - Tueriiy, May ». 1MT — Society News Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Local Students Will Graduate Arkansas State University will? graduate the largest class in its: history at commencement exercises Wednesday, May 31, at 8.<p.m. at Kays Stadium. In case, of bad weather, the exercises" will be held in Indian Field-House. Ldcal students scheduled to recie've degrees include James Beard, Sally Lyttle Cooper, JunT Jackson Masson, Martha Kirksey Thompson, William Pross, Vaughn Jerome. Sandra Saliba, Richard Hall, Eddy Har- Talent Winners Are Announced Winning first place in the talent contest sponsored by the senior class of Dell High School was "Roger and the Reactions" a rock and roll band. The band won with the songs, "Dirty Water," and "Hold On." Members of the group are Roger Scroggins, Daniel Buck, Doyle Houston, Alex Daniels, and Clinton Smith. Nathan Grant was awarded ber; "JDewayne McHaftey, Jack W. iSOn IViaabUll, mount* ii«v..~.. ------ . , Thompson, William second place for his piano solo, "Gypsy Violin," and third place winners were the "Da-Lettes," who sang, "Georgy Girl" and "Today." The group is com uewayne iviunaiL'-j', uu>-i. ... .,- - Kail Henry Robinson, Richard posed of Tonya Riggs, Suzanne Woods, James A. Bruce, David Todd and Beverly Riggs. Burns Marv L. Caldwell, Lana The contest was held May 16 Greene, Joan Williamson Hall.lin the Dell High School auditor- Betty Sue Larkin Nail, Sandra jium. Manning, Marietta Lucas and Jackie Vowell, all of Blytheville; William Currie. Harold Crye, Tony Fletcher, Jimmy Gillen- line;' Walter C. Chrisco, Jane Bianca Cissell, Linda Stratton Cunningham and Janet Ann Gore of Osceola; Ronald Gray and William Sugg, both of Wilsn; Ronald Harris, Michael Sollinger, Stevenson Lewis, Joy Sweet and Donald Weaver, all of Manila; Jjjfry W. Smith, Anna Tiiom- as.Uoimny B. Boyd, Paul Wildy Charlotte Green. Gary Mason, Jilt Brewer Parsons and Wanda Slrlnger all of Leachville and Charles Chrisco of Luxora. Birthday Is Celebrated Miss Sally Phillips was honored on her 8th birthday wtih a skating party at Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 20 guests attending and game winners were Pat Phillips and Catherine Caldwell. Sally is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips Jr. Nice for brunch: fresh fruit all prepared for easy eating. But keep the fruit good - size pieces — each piece just enough for two bites! ^ its of Newsl penon J Mis Diane Brownlee has been elected recording secretary of the Student Senate for the coming year at Hendrix College. She also was elected to the Hendrix Booster Club. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownlee of Blytheville. Ens. 4 Bobby Jacques is now in Vietnam on a tour of duty after spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E Jacques, and family of Blyttie- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Durward Mahan had as guests in their home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirby and daughters Sherry and Paulette and Winston McNair of West Memphis. Mr. McNair, a nephew of the iMahans, has recently returned 'from serving in Vietnam. He | is the son of Rev. John D. Mc- Mrs. Phil Grimes returned to her home in Centralia, Mo., Sunday after a visit with her brothers, Charles and W. A. Afflick. PEERLESS ; DRY CLEANERS SPECIAL Tue-Wed-Thur-Fri. May 23-24-25-26 AT PLANT :PANTS iSKIRTS (Plain) 'SWEATERS ;SPORT COATS 3*1 19 DRESSES Plain Sf 69 2 For I SHIRTS Beautifully Laundered Folded or On Hangers INSURED COLD STORAGE FURS 1 WOOLENS 3% of Valuation 2% of Valuation RUG CLEANING^ER? PHONE PO 2-2433 416 SOUTH FRANKLIN Kindergarten Will Present Program The Calvary Baptist Church Kindergarten Class will present a program for parents and interested friends Thursday evening, May 25, at 7:30 in the church auditorium. Highlighting the program will be colored slides taken during the year and a presentation of 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears." Diplomas will be presented to the kindergarten class. The Calvary Baptist Church Kindergarten Class enjoyed a picnic and a visit to the Overtoil Park Zoo in Memphis, last Friday. Assisting with the trip were Mrs. Raymond Belknap, Mrs. Raymond Grisham, Mrs. John Henick, Mrs. James Hensley, Mrs. Lonnie L. Martin Jr., Mrs. Roger McGhee, Mrs. George W. Nichols, Mrs. Russell Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Southerland and Rev. and Mrs. John Lamb. Other trips taken by the class during this school year have been to visit the Blytheville Fire Department, Lunsfbrd Flower Shop, the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., and the Osceola Greeting Card Plant. END-OF-MONTH LADIES' RESS SHOES SALE All Shoes Taken Directly From Stock! • Mid Heels • Low Heels • Block Heels Save On Black Patents, Bone, White, Colors. Many Weeks of Wear Lett In This Season! Nationally Advertised Brands! Connie • Jacqueline • Personality $E66 T n $ 5 TO 10 66 Regular $7.99 to $13.99 Hurry In For Best Selection . . . Limited Time Only! 6 311 W. Main ore Ph. PO 3-3549 Mrs. Jack Wayne Nail c*, •*?, ttpta* SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 133, sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church, held their annual picnic at Walker Park Thursday, May 18. The Blytheville Chapter Order of the Arrow presented Indian dances and other campfire ceremonies. The group was led by Vance Blackwell and composed of Susty Dozier, John Hard and Jack Robinson. The following awards were presented. David Simers received a Wolf badge and a gold and silver arrow award under the Wolf rank. Mike Stone was presented a silver arrow in the Bear rank. Mike Kirkland and Terry McMullen were presented Lion badges and gold and silver arrow awards under the Lion rank and Phillip Greene received a Lion badge. The highest award of the evening was the Webelo badge and it was presented to David Greene. The meeting was adjourned until next September. Miss Betty Sue Larkin Is The Bride of Jack Wayne Nail Miss Betty Sue L a r k i n became the bride of Jack Wayne Nail in a 7:30 p.m. candlelight ceremony April 21 at the First Baptist Church. Rev. Alvis B. Carpenter officiated. Parents of the couple are Kermit Marson Larkin and Mrs. Joe Gude and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nail, all of Blytheville. The wedding party stood before .a background of candle- trees holding lighted white tapers with a large floor basket of gladiolus placed in front of the choir loft Candles were lighted by Hershel Conley : and Larry Conley, cousins of the bride Traditional wedding music was played by Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, and Mrs. James. Anderson of Jonesboro, soloist. Mrs. Fay Davis of Memphis attended her sister as matron of honor and Miss . Margaret McWaters of Blytheville attended the bride as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sarah Blakemore of Blytheville, Mrs. Jerry Ryan of St. Louis, and Mrs. Jack Collins, cousin of the bride of Jonesboro. The attendants were attired in floor-length gowns of aqua chiffon over taffeta. The gowns were styled along empire lines and featured venise lace appli- ques on the empire waist. The folds of chiffon draped from the back with a chiffon and taffeta double bow accent. Their headpieces were of aqua illusion adorning the floral motif centered with suggestions of lillies of : the valley. Each attendant wore wrist- length white gloves and carried cascade arrangements of yellow roses with aqua blue ribbon and tulle. Mr. Nail served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Jim Jastrzemski of Tonawanda, N. Y., Jerry Nail, brother of the groom, Jodie Gude and Carl Lay, all of Blytheville. The bride, who was given in marriage by her step father, Joe Gude, chose a floor-length net cage gown of alencon appli- que over a silhouette of bouquet taffeta. The alencon scooped neckline was complemented by the long tapered net sleeves with alen- con appliques. The cage skirt was adorned with alencon appli- qiies with a satin band around the hemline. The. full - length chapel train, adorned with satin bows on the shoulder, draped in an illusion of net and alencon appliques bordered in satin. Her cascade veil of English illusion was secured to a double pearl crown. The bride carried a Bible bouquet consisting of white roses, lillies of the valley and orchids. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Gude was attired in a tunic styled crepe sheath dress of mauve pink, overlaid with lace. She wore matching accessories including a headpiece, and a white orchid corsage complemented her ensemble. Mrs. Nail, mother of the groom, Chose a turquoise crepe sheath ensemble with a wpist- length Jacket bordered with a wide band of eyelet. She also wore a white orchid corsage and complementing accessories. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Gude were hosts at a reception at the Holiday Inn. The bride's table was draped with a cloth" of nylon tulle over satin brocade. It was centered by a tiered wedding cake, flanked on both sides by silver candlelabrum holding white tapers. Smilax encircled the cake and entwined through the can- dlelabrum, interspersed with lillies of the valley. The punch table was also draped with a nylon tulle cloth over satin brocade and was centered with an arrangement of white stock and yellow roses flanked .by silver.candlelabrum. Crystal .punch services .were placed at either end of the table. The guestbook table, which was draped with a cloth identical to the bride's table, held a memory candle encircled with smilax which was entwined on the table. Reception assistants were Mrs. Hershel Conley, head assistant, Mrs. J. L. Gurley, Mrs. Bill Clark, Miss Marilyn Mabrey, Miss Becky Henderson, Miss Linda Dyess, Mrs. Theo Gurley and. Mrs. Andrew Conley. Mrs. Tommy Slayton, cousin of the bride, presided over the guest book. Distributing rice bags were Misses Susan Belts and Cynthia Davis, nieces of the bride. They Coming Events Wednesday Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club workshop meeting at Clubhouse. Clear Lake Baptist WMU. Armorel WMU. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Pri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 -7:30 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY "THE PAD"— with Brian Bedford & Julie Sommars Wed. • Thurs. • Fri. And Sat. FLINT STRIKES AGAIN! In the Virgin Islands where the bad guys •IBINt'lliBE wcmn wore yellow and white carnation wristlet corsages and carried yellow and white baskets. • For their wedding trip to New Orleans, the new Mrs. Nail chose a yellow linen print dress and coat ensemble. The dress was styled along A-lines. She wore yellow accessories and the orchid from her bouquet. The couple' are now making their home at the Cheri Apartments in Memphis where Mr. Nail is employed with'the First National Bank. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jettie Hodges, cousin of the groom of Leachville, Bill Tinkhoff of Maiden, Mo,, Mr. and Mrs. William Waldrup-.aunt and uncle of the bride, of. Jash- ville, Tenn., Bobby Laied, Mike Kelly and Jimmy Lloyd of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Nail were hosts to members of the wedding party April 20 for a rehearsal dinner at the Holiday Inn Restaurant. The table was centered with an arrangement of yellow and white carnations and yellow statice. For the occasion, the bride- to-be wore a three-piece white linen suit with white accessories. At this time the prospective groom presented his attendants with gifts and the couple presented to-each other silver engraved goblets. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA •••••••••••••••••••••* LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "Swingers Paradise" PLUS "Marriage On The Rocks" with Nancy Sinatra and Cesar Romero WED. And THURS. Max. Go to the Drive-in Merit Tonight! FOR THE GRADUATE OR THE FUTURE BRIDE Sweetheart Ckeit A Lane if built to last & lifetime »nd with plenty of ipiee. There's no end to the thlnpi you put in * lane! Lineni, blankets, lingerie, sweaters and woolens, a whole trous«e»u ...and all the other treasures she'll be hoarding for U» home of her own some day soon! Dick Osborne Furniture 309 North Broadway PO 3-0954 COSMETICS The perfect combination for beauty and loveliness.. See & Feel the Difference! Complimentary Demonstration By Appointment Phone PO 3-3866 TINA WHEELER, Distributor LAST TIME TODAY "THE GREAT RACE" — with Jack Lemmon and Natalie Wood OPENS AT 7:45 - SHOW STARTS AT DUSK * THURS. DOUBLE FEATURE FRI What they'did that day will be remembered for all time!_ ROCK HUDSON-GEORGE PEPPARD GUYSTOCKWEIINIIGREEN BRUK A UNIVERSAL RELEASE OPENS AT 7:45. SHOW STARTS AT DUSK. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY 'DOCTOR, YOU'VE GOT TO BE K/DD/NG"— With Sandra Dee & George Hamilton (A) WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (GA) AND — COMING SOON TO THE B1TZ HOW TO SECCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT BKALLT THYIWJ _ With Robot Mone * Mlchole LM DOUBLE TROUBLE —'With EMi Fralty EIGHT ON THE LAM - With Bob Hope ft Phyllte Dlller THE COUtCPT ONES - With Robert Stack * Elk* femMM DONT MAKE WAVER - With Tour CurtU * CUadU CMUnte HOMBRE — With Paul Ntwvin . • ,

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