The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1967 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 6, 1967
Page 4
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'6 rOUF *"• my invvine \*»*«-/ -"•'*-— — — Society News — : • DUnn* DA 9. Donna Smith, Society Editor BRIDE-ELECT- Miss Nancy Jane Poole will become the bride of Alfred Lee Searcy in a June 23 ceremony at the Calvary Baptist Church here. Miss Poole is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Poole of Blytheville. Miss Nancy Poole to Wed ^Alfred Lee Searcy Here 'Mr', and Mrs. William C. Poole of Blytheville, announce tHe'engagement of their daugli- te'f,"Miss Nancy Jane Poole, to Alfred Lee Searcy. son of Mr. and. Mrs. Alfred Searcy, also 01 BJyflieville. The wedding will be solemn- ized'June 23 at Calvary Baptist Ciiurch in Blytheville. :The bride - elect was graduated from Blytheville High School where she was active in Various activities, among them being president of the Beta Club, member of the National Honor Society student council, Future Teachers of America, recording'.'secretary of the Future Homemakers of America and graduated-as one of the top 10 honor students. She presently is employed by Montgomery Ward in Blytheville. The bridegroom - elect attended Blythevills High School, but later transferred to Tiptonville High School, Tiptonville, Tenn., where he attended his last years of school. He is now employed by Cotner Bevington in Blytheville. Miss Poole is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Inman of Hendersonville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poole of Portland, Tenn. Mr. Searcy is the grandson of Mrs. Ada Rogers and the late Mr. William Robert Searcy and Mrs. Bertha Stewart and the late Mr. William Jackson Stewart of Tiptonville. ; -;;Tea Honors — Bride-Elect VThe home of Mrs. James Terry provided the setting Sunday afternoon for a tea and shower in honor of Miss Sara Ann Brown, fiance of Charles LeCompte of Springfield, Mo. Hostesses were Mrs. Terry, Mrs J. P. Garrett, Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mrs. B. R. Hays and Mrs. Ben Harpole. ..Receiving guests with Miss Brawn was her mother, Mrs. j. Frank Brown, who was attired in a pink linen dress which featured embroidering on the front. She was presented a corsage of white majestic daisies. •*&*-• "*• J ., The honoree chose for the occasion a three - piece black and white ensemble with matching Club Takes Horseback Ride Members of the Chickasaw Saddlers enjoyed a 20-mile horseback ride Saturday. After the ride, the group met at the Dogwood Clubhouse for a hamburger supper. The regular business meeting took place prior to the cookdut. During the business session the club flag was displayed for the first time and June Craig presented a saddle blanket which is being made for the :lag carriers when they ride in parades or horse shows. It was announced that the .lag carriers had purchased matching riding outfits and that they wil ride in the NECA accessories. She was presented with a yellow and white mar- gurite daisy corsage. The refreshment table, from which punch and cake were served from silver appoint ments, ivas draped with a yel low clotn overlaid with a white net cloth which featured a wide band of satin and appliques of wedding bells Horse Show at Monette this Saturday night carrying the colors for Chickasaw Saddlers. Other activities planned include a hayride. The group plans to attend horse shows at Portageville June 13, and Walnut Ridge June 7. Kathy Franks, scrapebook chairman, displayed the scrapbook which contained the first An arrangement of majestic half of the year's activities. ... . -i flm -nntrl- r-nrmlar 1 -mootino Phone PO 3-4461 "Alpha Delta Has Parties Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently at the Rustic Inn for their monthly so- ial. Mrs. Edrie Gaines and Mrs. Deloris Rodgers were hostesses Winning high in canasta wa: Mrs. Charles Coalter, high in bridge went to, Miss Alice Brogdon and bridgo was won by Mrs. Coalter. Attending as guests were Mn D. J. McLeod, Mrs. H. C. Weathers, Mrs. Alien Hacker and Miss Alice Brogdon. Alpha Delta recently honorec their Girl of the Year, Mrs. Billy Bowen, with a party at the NCO Club at Blytheville Air Force Base. Guests attending were Mr and Mrs. Jim Morgan, Mr and Mrs. Homer Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McLeod. iits of News H ,/ I | moilltj personal IiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiraiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiraiiiiiiii Mrs. Lena Rainwater arrived yesterday from Walnut Ridge to visit her son and 'family, Dr and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, and Mrs. James L. Guard. Mr. and Mrs, Toler Buchanan were in Memphis yesterday to attend the graduation of their son, Bill, from Southwestern al Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Harris let; today for a three week trip lo Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall re turned yesterday after a two week visit in Huntsville, Ala. with their son and daughter-in aw, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sto 'all. Mrs. Maxine Wimberly am sons, Jimmy and Chris, hav arrived from India to visit he parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hipp, and the Wimberlys. al of Blytheville. Mr. Wimberly i expected to arrive later. Miss Judy Ball, daughter o Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Ball, lef Sunday for Jonesboro wher she will attend the summer ses sion at Arkansas, State Univer sity. Miss Ball will major i pre-medicine. Mr. and Mrs. Page O'Nea and daughter, Sharron of Ch cago, HI., spent last week wit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Alii O'Neal, and family. They als visited Mr. and Mrs. Herma Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Wa ters and family, Mr. O'Neal grandfather, 0. N. Forrest, a of Blytheville; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forres of West Memphis and Mrs O'Neal's parents, Mr. and Mr Satterfield of Mountain View Miss Suzanne Ball, a jjunior a Arkansas State University, a rivad home to spend the sum mer with her parents. Dr. an Mrs. E. H. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Walts and margurite daisies in a sil-| The next regular meeting will ana Tnaigmut: ucusica m a on- " ... , , ,, . vcrfooted bowl centered the ta-|be July 1 and will be held prior ••• •" J to a trip to Jonesboro. Eugene Lawson of Wadron, Ark., attended the activity as an out-of-town guest. The club went on a shorter ride Sunday afternoon. ble and a miniature bride and groom completed the decorations. Assisting the hostesses in serving were Miss Mary Elizabeth Brown, sister of the bride-elect, Mrs. L. K. Bloomer of Oklahoma, aunt of the honoree, Miss Susie Robinson and Miss Ginger Harpole. Arrangements of spring flowers were placed throughout the home. PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS Save On Your Dry Cleaning Tue. - Wed. - Thiirs. Fri., Jun« 6-7-8 & 9 PANTS, SKIRTS SWEATERS SPORT COATS ANY 3 FOR $1.27 Je Per Pleat Ertr* ONE CLEANED FREE Dresses Plain or 2 Piece 89c Each 2 For $1.69 Men's or Ladies Suits 89c Each 2 For CUIDTQ Beautiful Laundried . . . Olllli 1 0 On Hangers or Folded INSURED COLD STORAGE FURS WOOLENS 3% of Valuation 2% of Valuation RUG PHONE PO 2-2433 416 SOUTH FRANKLIN Mrs. Terry Honors Miss Rainwater Saturday afternoon Mrs. E. M. Terry entertained MiM Be*. lev Rainwater, bride-elect « Lark Anderson, with a luncheon in her home. The dining room table, from which the guests were served, was draped with a whit* linen cloth trimmed in blue and featured a large floral arrangement as the centerpiece. Assisting Mrs. Terry in serving the guests were her daughters, Miss Jean Terry and Miss Ann Terry. Honored guests were the mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Weldon T. Rainwater and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson. A black and white print tent dress with black and white accessories was the ensemble chosen by Miss Rainwater for the occasion. Mrs. Terry presented the honoree with a cookbook. HONOR STUDENTS — Pictured here are the IB honor graduates of Blytheville High School who were recognized in graduation ceremonies May 26. They are (from left to right) Ronald Wilson, Melinda Guard, Pat Adams, Harriet Alexander, Cindy Dillahunty, Mamie Go, Ginger Harpole, David Jones, Penny Knipple and Btnmalyn Sims. (Courier News Photo) Birthday Is Celebrated Deborah Berberich was non- red on her 9th birthday with party at the Walker Park loller Drome. There were 20 guests attend- ng the Saturday party. Game winners were Dale Posy and the honoree. Deborah is the daughter of \laj. and Mrs. F. J. Berber- sh of Blythevile Air Force 3ase. Nice luncheon dish for the adies:-arrange asparagus spears (from a can) over slices of ham and top with cheese ;auce. Does that recipe call for 4 tablespoons of butter or margar- ne? Use half a stick. When you are testing candy, use about one teaspoonful of he mixture in one cup of ex remely cold water. Miss Woodyard And Fiance Are Honored Miss Cindy Woodyard and her iance, Mike Clifford, were hon- red at a drop-in Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Williams. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clifford of Campbell, Ho., and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Voodyard Jr., parents of the >rospective bride and groom. The serving table in the din- ng room was covered with a blue lace cloth and featured a If your cake cracks on lop; it may be that the ovent enipera- lure is higher than it should be. ture and sprained neck revived recently in an accident. Ronald Miller recently received a Bachelor of Science degree from Memphis State University. He has been named to the dean's list for the spring semester. The son of Mr. anc Mrs. Dan Miller of Blytheville Mr. Miller will return to Memphis tate next week to begin graduate work in English. left Monday for Houston, Tex where they will visit their so and daughter-in-law, Mr. an Mrs. Horace Wayne Walters. Miss Sandra Harrison, Go nell music teacher, is a patie in the Baptist Hospital in Mem phis suffering from a skull fra MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED »» SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Conner News BLSTHETOLE, ARK. ZIP ' 12315 HaRT W. Halnes, Publisher 3rd at Walnut Sts. BWheville. Ark. Published dally ercepc Sunday Second class poHtage paid at Blytheville. Ark. HOME DELIVERY RATES III Blytheville and towns In thf Blytheville trade territory. Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE Oi ADVANCE Within 50 miles ol BlythevlUe $(J.OO per year ttnre than 50 miles from BlythevlUe (18.00 per year STARTING TIME Mon, thru FrL—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 • 7:30 p.m. MONDAY AND TUESDAY •H» s flsral arrangement of blue and white daisies. Mrs. L. D. Harris presided at the crystal punch bowl and Mrs. C. C. Dulaney served coffee at the opposite end of the table from a silver service. An assortment of nuts, candies, petit fours., and miniature pecan pies completed the refreshments. Miss Woodyard chose a sleeveless blue print tent dress for the occasion and was presented a corsage of blue carnations decorated with two tiny •wedding rings. Mrs. Woodyard and Mrs. Clifford were presented white car- nation corsages and the men, red boutonnieres. Magnolia blossoms and arrangements of spring flowers were used in the decorations in the living room. Miss Jana Todd was in charge of the bride's book. The hostesses, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Dulaney, Mrs. Alan Stolt and Mrs. Ralph Todd presented the honorees with a hand mixer and a pressure pan. They were assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Gladstone Williams of Crawfordsville and Miss Jane Woodyard. LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED?" with Dean Martin 'WHO'S GOT THE ACT/ON?" — with Dean Martin WED. • THUR. FRI. CECIL B.D E MILLE's ACADEMY AWARD WINNING FILM! 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