The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1967 · Page 3
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May 26, 1967

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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ftgt row — BIyfhevnte (Art.) Courier Wewg — >*Mty, BUy 9, !•> — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Miss Dianna Hendrick Charles Edwin Wbitky To Wed in Sbreveport Rites Mr and Mrs. William Aber-iBed Razzoo Club "B" Club, nalhy Hendrick II of Shreve- \ basketball team and elected C,t- La., announce the en- izen of the Month. easement and approaching mar Also a junior at the Univer- riage of their daughter, Miss; s ity of Arkansas, the prospec- Dianna Hendrick, to Charles j five groom is a member of Edwin Whitley, son of Mr. and i Sigma Chi fraternity and serves Mrs Melvel Eric Whitley of j as secretary. His college- hon- Blylheville iors include membership in Al- The bride-elect is a 1964 grad- pha Kappa, Psi, honrary busi- its of News / y perional ualeof C. E. Byrd High High School. She is now a junior at the University of Arkansas where she serves as social chairman for her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. She also was elected a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity Sweetheart Court this spring. Miss Hendrick is the granddaughter of Mrs. William Jos- coh Sheffield of Ringgold and the late Mr. Sheffield and flic late Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson Hendrick of Shieve- port. ness fraternity, Scabbard and Blade and he has been named to the dean's list. Grandparents of the groom- elect are Mrs. Edwin Robinson of Blytheville and the late Mr. Robinson and Mrs. Joseph Whitley of Jackson, Miss., and the late Mr. Whitley. The couple will be wed Aug. 24 in an 8 p.m. ceremony to be solemnized at the Broadmoor Baptist Church in Shreveport. Following their marriage, they will continue their education at the University of Ar- Mrs. N. C. Patterson Jr. of Memphis and Mrs. Y. T. Rowan of Okolona, Miss., are guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard. They came especially to attend the graduation exercises of Melinda Guard. Capt. and Mrs. W. G. Headrick and son Billy of Carlisle, Penn., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilson and brother Ron. They are here for Ron's high school graduation. Mrs. Libbie McCoy died yesterday in a Lexington, Term., hospital. She was the sister of E. G. Lovall and Daisey Peters of Blytheville. Mrs. Lena Rainwater will arrive today from Walnut Ridge to visit her son and family, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. She will attend her grandson Morgan's graduation tonight. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey have purchased a resort cottage on Algonquin Circle in Cherokee Village. They will spend Memorial Day weekend there and have as -their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bailey Jr. and son of Little Rock. Mrs. H. P. Parris Jr. of Memphis has returned to her home after spending several days with her father, C. G. Sherer, who is a patient. in Doctor's Hospital. She was accompanied home by her aunt, Maude .Green. Mrs. J. L. Guard had as recent guests her cousin, Thomas Frohock, and his wife of Detroit, Mich., and his sister, Mrs. Gladys Cannon of Miami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taggart of Osceola were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward Thursday. The dinner was in honor of their granddaughter Judy's 'irst birthday. Also attending were the honoree's brother, Bob and Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis and daughter, Mrs. Hodge and Kim. •Mr Whitley is a 1964 gradu- j kansas. Upon graduation Mr. ate of Blytheville High School Whitley will receive his corn- where he was'a member of the mission in the military service. Cub, Boy, Explorer SCOUT NEWS ' Boy Scout Troop 125 will meet tonight at 8 p.m. at the Nehemiah Temple Church of God In Christ at 2nd and Mathis. Jeffcry Orr will be in charge of the meeting. Tomorrow at 2 p.m. Bruce Reuteler will give a briefing, complete with slides, on the Boy Scout ranch in New Mexico, All Scouts and parents interested have been invited to attend. those attending have been asked to go to the gate at Blytheville Air Force Base for instructions of how to get to the meeting place. PTA Honors Yarbro Teachers Members of the Yarbro PTA honored their teachers recently with a luncheon. Teachers honored were Mrs. Lola Lewis Mrs. Ann Lombard!, Mrs. Lillian Hart and Mrs. Edna Hefley. Also attending as an honored guest was Mrs. Odom, the school cook. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Sophia Barton, PTA president presented the guests with gifts. Mrs. Barton was. presented with a gift of appreciation by Mrs. Marry Mantz. She will be leaving the community with her husband and family soon. Her husband is Rev. James Barton, pastor of the Yarbro and Promised Land Methodist Churches. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30-7:30 p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA FRI. AND SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE "A SWINGIN' SUMMER" — PLUS — Renshaw Home Shower Setting Mrs. Donald Battles was honored Tuesday night with a layette shower in the home of Mrs. Guin Renshaw. Hostesses were Mrs. Renshaw Mrs. F. W. Garrison and Mrs. J. L. Bassett. Mrs. Frank Coats directed the games with prizes being awarded to Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Mrs. W. J. Clayton. The gift table was centered with a spring flower arrangement. Mrs. Charles Emery registered the gifts. Attending as special guests Mrs. John M. Blair, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. A11 i e Marshell, her mother-in-law. Mrs. W. J. Clayton was an out-of-town guest from Ripley, Tenn. Refreshments of punch and cake were served by the hostesses. Mrs. Battles is the former Miss Jackie Blah-. Orpheus Club Has Picnic The Orpheus Music Club met Tuesday night at the Woman's Club building for their annual picnic. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. James Mulhern, Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Mrs. C. M. Smart and Mrs. A. H. Webb. Attending as guests were Mrs E. L. Hale, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. G. C. Stillions, Mrs. John White and Miss Neal Luckett. Mrs. William Tomlinson, ident, presided over the business session. A report on the recent concert given by Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt and Mrs. Robert Swan was presented by Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. The program chairman, Mrs. C, G. Redman, presented the "Strings For Fun Ensemble." Mrs. Hoyt Brown led the group singing, followed by a violin duet by Mrs. John Burnett and Mrs. Wunderlich. Mrs. Bill Jackson sang, "Danny Boy" and "When You Were Sweet Sixteen," accompanied on the autoharp by Mrs. Wunderlich. This was the last meeting ef the year. Members of the Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club met Wednesday for their workshop meeting w i t h Mrs. C. E. Adkisson. There were 15 members present. Attending as guests were Mrs B. A. Bugg, Mrs. W. S. Allen, Mrs. Ed Bunch, Mrs. Ben Craig Mrs. Patty Thorn, Mrs. Helen ?™" Roberts and Miss Donna Coats. Following luncheon, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Jerry Hearn gave a demonstration on paper ma- che objects. Mrs. Thorn and Mrs. Roberts took a Stanley order, which is the club's money making project. The next regular meeting will be with Mrs. N. C. Patterson in June. Miss Mof fitt To Present Dance Recital On Tusday evening at 8 p.m. in.the Osceola High School'audi- torium, Miss Margaret Moffitt will present her pupils in a dance recital. The recital" is entitled, "Arkansas, a Choreographic Salute to the Land of Opportunity." The program will open with a "Welcome to Arkansas," and include things seen on Arkansas farms, things to do and places to see at vacation time such as the Miss Arkansas Pageant and the Ozarks. The program will spotlight the colleges and universities in Arkansas with a spe cial salute to Mississippi County. These numbers will include various types of dancing, musical comedy, acrobats, adagio, tap, modern jazz, exhibition waltzes and songs. The second part of the recital will portray the Arkansas Art Center, presenting dance festival performers in the third scene from "Cinderella" will be ballet and toe dancing. There will be 75 students from Osceola, Luxora, Blytheville, Caruthersville, Wilson, Driver, Frenchman's Bayou, Carona take and Reiser participating in the event. John Dresback of Wilson will be accompanist. Bible School To Begin Vacation Bible School for 1 children ages 3 through 16 will be conducted at the Armorel Baptist Church next week, May 29 through June 2, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Commencement services will be conducted Sunday evening, June 4. As soon as those muffins come out of the oven, tip them slightly in the muffin-pan wells. Serve right away! LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE 'TOBRUK" — with Rock Hudson 'RETURN OF MR. MOTO" — with Henry Silva OPENS AT 7:45 - SHOW STARTS AT DUSK SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE r^-COLUMBIA PICTURES PKS(ins I «SOLC.SIEGElmmn I „ WlUJA» ... MlMD I ffOMN'lDMnfiK ALVAREZ KEUY _« FIINU UMTH Hir nan TIE n SHIW_ OPENS AT 7:45 • SHOW STARTS AT DUSK • SUN. •MON. •TUES. DOUBLE FEATURE OPENS AT 7:45 - SHOW STARTS AT DUSK »•••••••••••••••••••*> E.H.C. MEETING NOTES Lyndia Starnes Is Honored Miss Lyndia Starnes, bride- elect of Wanfred Flippo of Pine Bluff was honored with a miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. C. L. Holdaway of Blytheville. The refreshment table was decorated with streamers of pastel colors in the center of pastel umbrellas with a miniature bride and groom and pink and white wedding bells. Hostesses were ivlrs. C. L. Holdaway and her daughter, Mrs. John Stewart. Attending the shower as a special guest was Mrs. Talmage Starnes, mother of the honoree. Golden Age Club Has Meeting The Parkview Manor Nursing Home was the setting this week for members of the Golden Age Club. The meeting was opened with the Lord's Prayer and presided over by the president, Mrs. Emily. Connell. A reading was presented by Mrs. Rebecca Smith entitled, "Keep Going." The 14 members attending served refreshments of punch and cookies to the patients of the nursing home who were the club's guests. The meeting closed with the theme song, "Blest Be the Tie." The next meeting will be with Mrs. Callie Cole. Miss Rainwater Is Honored At Morning Party The home of Mrs. Bob Warren was the setting yesterday morning for a party honoring Miss Becky Rainwater, bride- elsct of Lark Andes»m Hosting the event with Mrs. Warren was Mrs. I. R. Coleman of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville and Mrs. Ben Harpole. Arrangements of hot pink carnations, margarite daisies and magnolias were placed throughout the home. The dining room table, from which a wide variety of party foods was served, was centered with margarite daisies and gyp- sophelia in an Italian green and white tureen. Assisting in serving were Miss Ginger Harpole, Miss Candy Warren, Miss Debby Nelson and Miss Liz Rainwater, sister of the bride-elect. Miss Lana Anderson, sister of the prospective groom, presided over the guest book. The honoree, who received guests in a kelly green linen dress which featured an open pleat of pink in the back, was presented a corsage of mar- garite daisies. Special guests were Mrs. Weidon T. Rainwater and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson, mothers of the couple, who also were presented corsages of margarite daisies. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Earl Morgan, grandmother of the honoree, Mrs.. Bob Nelson and her daughter, Debby, aunt and cousin of the honoree, all of Wilson, Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila and Miss Pam Hudson of Midland, Tex. Miss Rainwater was presented a soup tureen from the hostesses. Miss Guard, Miss Jones Are Honored Miss Laurie Jones and Miss Melinda Guard were honored with an informal picnic supper given by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones and Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard, at the Guard home imediately following the baccalaurette program Sunday evening. Guests attending were members of the graduating class of Blytheville High School. Floating magnolia blossoms were placed throughout the entertaining rooms and silhouettes of graduates were used as Box Office Opens at 1 :45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week •••••••••••••••••••••* • c •••••••«••«••••• FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE (NC) A SWEEPING DRAMA OF THE UMHUEO WE8TI SUN. •MON. •TUES. (A-MY) «tilniiiiiMll»»tllTHfi'nriTr>i» David Mcbrilunii COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ BOW TO SECCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING - With Robert Morw It Michel* U» DOUBLE TROUBLE - WKb Elvto Fraley EIGHT ON THI LAM - With Bob Hop* * PhylUl DUtor THE CMRDTT ONES — With RolMrt Stack * Elk* Sommw DONT MAKE WAVES — With Ton? CnrtU * CUodlk Oudliult HOMBRE — With Paul Newman The First Baptist Church Kindergarten commencement program was held May 23 in the sanctuary of the church. Rev. Aivis B. Carpenter gave the opening greeting. Mrs Bernard Roberts' class of 4-year-olds sang songs and) recited rhymes. Members of the class are DeAnna Briley, Ce lia Caldwell, Bryan Corser, Mark Funderburk; David Lewis, Cheryl Loggins, Mark Miller, Brian Setterberg, Chris Shaw, Anna Striplin, Suzanne Sullivan, Jay White and Cathy Willice. Mrs. Tracy Sandow and Mrs. Charles Hinson, teachers of the two classes for 5-year-olds presented their students in separate programs. Special recognition was given children who had completed j two years in the kindergarten, j They were Connie Caldwell, Gay Ann Childress, Mary Margaret Groves, Page Hawks, Keith Hen son, Joe Horner, Mark Lansdale, and Tina Quarles. Other class members include Dana Alford, Jeff Bess, Suzie Cole, Eddie Cooper, Michael Kindergarten Students Graduate pinion, *«*• England, Dawn Ethridge, Mike Fuorer, Mike Gardner, David Ir Myriam Griffith, Ricky Hay. ward, Gary Henderson, Kim Holcomb, Cara Johnson, Grej Jumper, Martha Ann Lamb, Julie Long, Tracey McFarland, Laura Nowlin, Robin Petty, Johnny Pittman, Danny Rap pert, Stan Stewart, Judy Sulli- ^Michael Sullivan, Stephen Ta water, Andy T p m p k i n s, Vic Tweed, Kari Whisenhunt and Kurt White. Mrs. Hinson is the director of the kindergarten and Mrs. Joe Whisenhunt accompanied all three classes on the piano. The classes and their mothers enjoyed a 'picnic at Walker Park May 24. Read Courier News Classified a background for the serving table. The centerpiece was of giant white chrysanthemums interspersed with miniature diplomas and graduates holding streamers of the school colors, maroon and white, on which were inscribed the names of the honorees. Graduates in caps and gowns encircled the base of the centerpiece and tall white tapers were lighted on either side. Miss Julie Jones and Miss Melissa Guard greeted the guests and presided over the guest book. Mrs. James Ross and Mrs. Y. T. Rowan of Okolona, Miss., assisted in serving. Rev. Virgil Keeley attended as a special guest. By CHUCK MoFAIX THE FLOWERS OP ELI'SIAN FIELDS In Greek and Roman mythology the Elyslan Fields were like heaven, where those who had been good on earth were supposed to live amid fields of beautiful flowers. . For centuries, then, man has associated flowers with eternal bUss. It is no wonder then God's greatest creation in the plant world hu always been the flower. ..We I'm the. offerini ft flowen for funerals our ?ery special attention, because we know it Is one of the last beautiful gestures 1 person can pay another. McFALL/S FLORIST SHOPPE 7th & Walnut Sts. PO 3-9039 RECORDS Best Of 66 ALBUMS 2forM°° All Pop 45 RPM RECORDS 66c ea. Regular $3.98 & $4.98 ALBUMS 129 Hundreds to Choose From Including Such Recording Stars as: • Dean Martin • Jim Reeves • Johnnie Rivers • Many More We Have a Large Selection of MONKEE ALBUMS Called "Monkce Headquarters" Stereo Tape Players on Display With a Large Selection of Tapes We Will Be Set Up On The Sidewalk In Front Of Store Demonstrating All Records. SALE IS SATURDAY ONLY 9 A.M. 'TIL 9 P.M. ' WHEPf YOU ALWAYS BUY 1H[ BfSl IURU'1 IBSON ~fa*'-' t t.'iWJ»'y'faiiti3b/'-'.<,4f r ... wt,..-^ '-., y . ^ ,

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