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Paj* Two - Blytnevlll* (Ark.) Courier , Jun« 10. — Society News — Donns Smith, Society Editor BRIDE-ELECT —Miss Jo Ann Poleet will be- come the bride of Stewart Lee Harvey Jr. in a Sept. 2 ceremony. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ho- bart Poteet of Steele. Jo Ann Poteet to Wed Stewart Lee Harvey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Hobart Poteet of Steele announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Jo Ann Poteet, to Mr. Stewart Lee Harvey Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lee Harvey Sr., 'Memphis. - The bride-elect is the gran- daughter of Owen Vernon Wells of Steele and the late Mrs. Wells and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Albert Poteet of Plainview and 'Sleele. Mr. Harvey is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. A. .Wells and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harvey of Watervalley, Miss. Miss Poteet is a graduate of South Pemiscot High School, Steele, has completed one year at Baptist Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and is now enrolled at Memphis Slate University. Mr. Harvey graduated from South Side High School in Memphis, is a former student of Memphis Stale University and is now employed as an airline pilot for Southern Airways. Sept. 2 is the date chosen for the wedding. Jaycettes Have Meeting Blytheville Jaycettes met in .the clubroom for the regular monthly meeting. Invocation was given by Mrs. Frank Sparks. The newly-elected officers assumed their duties at this meeting. The new officers are Presi- Diane Corder; recording secretary, Donna Sparks; treasurer, Marcia Sanders; and corres- is $1.50 per person. A lawn furniture sale is the ways and means project for July. Mrs. Jimmy Smith was appointed chairman for this committee. Mrs. Carl Ray announced the following committee chairmen: and spark and speak-up-jaycet Mrs. Curtis Corder; Historian and photographer, Mrs. Jimmy Smith; ways and means, Donna Sparks; telephone publicity and hostess, Mrs. Phone PO 3 4481 Summer Band Begins Monday Charles P. Weidman, new Blytheville Junior High School Band director, announced today that summer band classes will begin Monday, June 12, at the Blytheville High School band building. Class lessons will be given Monday through Friday to all students by Robert A. Lipscomb, high school director, and Mr. Weidman. The schedule will be as follows: beginning brass, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; beginning woodwinds, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; intermediate and advanced band, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.; all drums, beginning through advanced, 10:30 to 11:30; beginning band, 1 to 2 p.m.; and advanced ensemble, 2 to 3 p.m. Musicians Perform For King By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON NEW YORK (AP) - The jazz-loving, Massachusetts-born King of Thailand asked not for his fiddlers three but for the King of Swing and his boys. And the staid Metropolitan Museum of Art soon swung. Perhaps not even the sphinx at the far end of the great hall could believe his ears. Jazz clarinetist Benny Goodman performed Thursday night during a program that also included the singing of Leontyne Price, the violin of David Nadien, the folk singing of Buffy Sainte-Marie and master of ceremonies Jack Benny. The festivities followed an exchange of gifts and speeches between King Bhumibol Adulay- dej and his host, Time Inc. Rainwater-A nderson Wedding Party Honored Dr. and Mrs. James Ross honored Miss Becky Rainwater and her fiance, Lark Anderson, and Miss Terri Rainwater and her fiance Jimmy Spain of Memphis, with a dinner party at their home Thursday evening. The dinner tables were decorated with silver goblets filled with ivy and pom poms and white tapers in silver candlesticks. The buffet was decorated with the same type ivy and pom poms and held a branched candelabra. The hostess presented the honorees with corsages of white glameiias and gifts of fondue pans and forks. Miss Becky Rainwater chose (or the occasion a pink sheath dress with matching accessories and Miss Tcrri Rainwater was attired in a dress of orange, yellow and white with complementing accessories. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Fanning, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Patterson Jr. of Memphis. Assisting Mrs. Ross in serving was her daughter, Miss Cynthia. Ross. The feminine guests were presented guard rings from the hostess. Miss Rainwater and her bridesmaids were honored yesterday with ' a bridesmaids' luncheon in the home of Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard. Mrs. Guard and her daughter, Mrs. N. C. Patterson Jr. of Memphis were hostesses. Miss Melinda Guard assisted in serving. Guests were seated at the dining room - table, and small tables in the entertaining rooms. The dining room table, where the bridesmaids were seated, was draped with a hand-embroidered white linen cloth. Centering the table was an arrangement o£ white carnations President and Mrs. James in turquoise maline. The flowers were individual nosegays Linen HI and the museum trustees. A red carpet was rolled out for the procession of guests from the canopied entrance to the museum hall where the treasures of many kings are exhibited. Among the more than 700 persons in government, communications and art who were there were: Mrs. Jenry Luce in biack ponding secretary, Virginia Car. Mrs. Ray Gill; nursing, home (<,,.. i display project, Mrs. Buell Car- 1 . t -1 1 innt WCIC. ml 3. .JGI1IV 1-IUl.C III ulcn-lv ^™ Sandrei ;f hospUa ' pl £ chiffon mourning the death of home Mrs. Bob White was welcomed .Into the club as a member. Mrs. Wayne Sanders gave a report on the installation banquet to be held in the clubroom June 10 at 7 p.m. All Jaycees and wives are invited. The fee SUNDAY PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Claudean Pierce, Mgr. SUNDAY MENU Turkey and Dressing ....,.,.,. .75e Cube BeefSteaks ... .50c Southern Fried Chicken ...... .55e Top Sirloin of Beef ,. : .70e VEGETABLES Creamed Potatoes Wh. Kernel Corn Peas ala Mushrooms Green Beans Spiced Apples Candied Yams (Your Choice 15c each) Variety of Salads, Slaws and Pies Evening Service, (Tues. thru Fri.) from 5 til 8 p.m. laza (^afeteri ena pale green brocade; actress Merle Oberon with a diamond necklace entwined in her piled up hairdo; bearded Skitch Henderson; Margaret Truman Daniels in blue turquoise; singer Diahann Carroll in while ostrich feathers; art collector Joseph Hirshorn; the Bennett Cerfs; the Douglas Dillons and many publishers. The 35-year-old Queen Sirikit who was internationally best dressed leader in 1963, made her entrance in a jeweled turquoise one-shoulder Thai costume. The fashion-conscious women among the guests onned laced and jeweled dresses but substituted Thai silk scarves for thei, minks. Before diuenr, (he slim 40- year-old king "sold" a sword to museum board President Arthur A. Houghton Jr. for a 100- year-old coin, the age of the mu- bridesmaid dolls attired in fur- - , , . ' OUUUl VJCLllnlll 11C111 V VJDUUt Winner of the door prize was (] in | e pergncs and flanked Mrs. Bob White 6 L :J IJ J -"Hostess for the meeting was Mrs. Wayne Sanders. The next meeting will be a social at the clubroom, June 22. publisher husband earlier this year, former ambassador to South and were presented to the bridesmaids to be used for rehearsal. The flowers were attached by streamers that spread across the table to the place cards of each girl. Miss Rainwater's place at the table was marked by a miniature bride doll dressed in the traditional wedding gown and veil. The buffet was decorated with a silver candelabra holding tur- 9«o'se tapers surrounded by ,.,,„,,.,., „.„„„„„„_. ... Vietnam Henry Cabot daisies and roses in crystal candles surrounded by daisies. A wide satin turquoise ribbon, entwined through cherubs on the mantle in the living room, was inscribed with (he names of the betrothed couple, "Becky and Squee." Special guests were the mothers of the couple, Mrs. Weldon Luncheon Honors Bride-Elect Miss Becky Lynn, Henderson, bride-elect of Thomas Edward Bazarre III of Memphis, was honored with a luncheon Wednesday in Memphis at the Embers Restaurant. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Finley Taylor and Mrs. Cecil Benson, both of T. Rainwater and Mrs. Curtiss Memphis. quoise, the color chosen by the Wilson. Anderson. For the occasion, Miss Rainwater chose a black and white ensemble complete with matching accessories and a daisy cor. sage which was presented her by the hostesses. Mrs. Rainwater and Mrs. Anderson were also presented corsages. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. C. M. Alexander, grandmother of the groom-elect, Mrs. Lena Rainwater, grandmother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Bob Nelson, Miss Debby Nelson and Miss Nancy Houseman. At this time Miss Rainwater presented her attendants with silver engraved bon bon dishes and Mrs. Rainwater presented the girls with white gloves to be worn in the wedding. . Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson were hosts to members of the Rainwater - Anderson wedding party last night at a dinner which followed the rehearsal. The event was held at the Blytheville Country Club. Co-hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Anderson, parents of the groom-elect. The dining tables were cover ed with white linen cloths and centered with arrangements of daisies. The head table held a floral centerpiece of daisies, stock, carnations, babies breath and greenery in a large antiqued silver epergne which held four long white tapers. Silver candlesticks with white tapers were placed at intervals along this table. For the occasion the bride- elect chose a baby blue crepe tent dress with a jeweled collar and matching accessories. Mr. Anderson presented his groomsmen with gifts and exchanged gifts with Miss Rainwater at this time. Special guests were Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Keeley, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Alexander of Clifton Hills, Mo., grandparents of the groom-elect, and Mrs. Lena Rainwater of Walnut Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morgan of Wilson grandparents of the bride-elect. Out-of-town guests were from Dallas, Tex., Evanston, 111., Northbrook, 111., Memphis and Miss LeCompte Is Host To : Wedding Rehearsal Dinner , The J. Frank Brown home in .with a rehearsal dinner Steele, Mo., was the setting! TaMes we* s decorated bj, eee, o., Monday for a drop-in hostess Mrs. W. D. Cobb. narty to view the gifts received The head table was centered, by Miss Sara Ann Brown and) with a floral arrangement oi, Charles Martin LeCompte, who white majestic Daisies centered; were married Wednesday at the First Christian Church. with aqua and flanked on either' side by five-branched candela-. event were bra holding lighted tapers. .; Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. j ThesU-shaped tables were dec^ John Burnett, and Mrs. Eric orated with the same arrange wi]Uley ' jment on a smaller scale with Receiving guests as they aM sl " g 'p rived were Miss Brown and her j mother. Approximately 45, ere covered witlf , jd jth f guests from Wardell, Steele and Blytheville attended. and held bouquets of the valley. '' Placed in the room for decora-' Miss Hendsrson chose a pink sheath dress with cocoa brown accessories. She was presented a carnation corsage. Special guests were Mrs. T. E. Bazzarre Jr., mother of the prospective,groom, Mrs. Robert Stiles and Miss Nancy Henderson, sisters of the honoree, of Blytheville, and Mrs. Nelson Teague of Memphis, sister of the groom-elect. Also attending from Blytheville was Miss Sarah Blakemore. The hostesses' gift was silver oelv ,,, K MUHUI waa mio. ^. ". -, , ... pieces in the honoree's chosen Bloomer, aunt of the bride-elect, i Brown for her weddlng ' pattern. O f okahoma. Special guests attending were Miss Sheri Edgemon, cousin of Miss Brown, presided over the guest book. The refreshment table, from | tJMS were two ^branched can- which various finger party foods j de|abra holdj , ighted whjte , a .; were served, was draped with a ! s white satin cloth overlaid wit!i| p ^_ lace. Centering the table was an arrangement of yellow and white majestic daisies in a silver footed _bowl. Serving punch was Mrs. L. K. ture wedding bells and net. Thei white bells were sprayed lightly with aqua, color cftoseri by Miss bride-elect. The individual luncheon tables were centered with crystal hurricane lamps holding blue Miss Rainwater and Mr. Anderson will be married this afternoon in the First Methodist Church at 3 p.m. DellWMU Has Meeting Members of the Dell WMU met at the church Monday for a royal service program with 12 present. Mrs. Robert Payne read the calendar of prayer and gave the call to prayer. The business session was presided over by Mrs. Carl E. Russell. Mrs. Doyle Houston gave the meditation and was in charge of the program, "Baptists in Pioneer Missions USA." seum. The sword, the king said, I Those participating on the represented his country's will- program were Mrs. J. T. Tate, ingness to defend itself. Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Curtis Bry- TENNESSEE COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN / And ^ / PIT BARBECUE \ . COUPON . • COUPON GOOD AT BOTH LOCATIONS: t 2623 E. Nettleton 801 No. Sixth St. J Jonesboro, Ark. Blytheville, Ark. • CHICKEN LUNCH PACK fiCrf • Reg. Price 85c Special U«IJ» J BARBECUE 6 PACK $125 • Reg. Price $1.50 Special I • With This Coupon — Coupon Expires June 12 •••••........0.•»••••»••••»»*•»«••••»»»»# FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY MINIATURE GOLF WALKER PARK ant, Mrs. A. T., Burford, Mrs. E. H. Prewitt, Mrs. Earl Sigman and Mrs. Russell. The closing prayers were given by Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. Tate. Three to four tablespoons of sugar are usually required for sweetening a half-pint of cream that has been whipped. HONORED—John R. Stovall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim R. Stovall recently gave a presentation to the 13th Southeastern Instrumentation Society of America Conference, Cocoa Beach, Fla. His paper was entitled, "Post light Analysis of Saturn Telemetry Systems." Mr. Stovall's paper was published in the 1967 Conference Proceeding. He is an instrumentation systems engineer for IBM and is currently working on the Saturn Apolo Instrument Unit at Huntsville, Ala. Don't try to make Baked Alaska in individual form unless you have a helper in the kitchen. The final part of this dessert needs to be prepared layer a large cake with ice cream and then cover with meringue than it is to handle individual cakes and top with ice cream and meringue. PRIVILEGES iDTHOKlZED »» SECOND CLASS MAIL Blytheville Courier News BLYTHEVILLE. ARK. ZIP - 72315 Barry W. Haloes, Piihlishef 3rd at Walnut Sts. BlTtheville. Atfc. dally except Sunday Second class onstage paid »t Ely thetille Art HOME DELITERT KATES In Blythcrille ana towns In the sville trad. territory Dally 35c per week BY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles ot Blrthevllle 58.00 per year Wore tnan 50 miles from Blythevlllf S18.00 per year The last of the, pre-nuptial parties honoring Miss Brown was given Wednesday by Miss Sandra' Saliba at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba. Informality was the keynote of the cookout. Mr. Saliba served at the grill and was assisted in serving by Mrs, Saliba and two other Rev. and Mrs. James W. Rain: water; Mrs. Andrew Montebello II of Danforth Place, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, aunt and uncle of the bride-elect; and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown, another aunt and uncle of Miss Brown- Mrs. L. K. Bloomer of Oklahoma, aunt of Miss Brown; and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ritchey of Jonesboro. For the occassion Miss Browh chose an original creation of white cotton. The dinner dress featured a matching coat. daughters, Miss Suann Saliba and Miss Sara Saliba, and Mrs. Randall Mitchell. Tables were centered with arrangements of mixed garden flowers. The entertaining rooms of the home, which were open to the guesls from 5 until 7 p.m., further expressed the.informal- ity of the occasion. '• Out-of-town guests attending were from Springfield, Hermondale, Mo.; Little Rock, Harrison, Fayelteville, Jonesboro and Pine Bluff. Miss Josephine LeCompte, aunt of Charles LeCompte, entertained members of the Brown LeCompte wedding party Tuesday evening at the Holiday Inn Razorback's Guest for Today: MR. & MRS. JOHN NELSON 915 N. Parkside Are invited to be our guest to enjoy any dinner on our menu FREE. Monday's Special! Ham Hock and Beans With Two OC J Vegetables ..... Uv|» Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE TECHNICOtOR 8 FROM WARNER 6«SL OPENS AT 7:45 - SHOW STARTS At DUSK SUN. • MOM. • TUES. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week SAT. • SUN. • MON. (GA) with songs and [ventures A COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ EIGHT ON THE LAM - With Bob Hop* * Pbyllli Oilier THE CORRUPT ONES - With Robert Stick * EUra Summit DONT MAKE WAVES - With TON Ciulll * ClMldll CirdlBll. ROMBRE - With Piul Newmnn OPENS 7:45 SHOW STARTS AT DUSK MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Won, thru Fri—7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30-7:30 p.m. FRI. And SAT. DOUBLE FEATURE "THUNDER ALLEY" — PLUS — "DIE MONSTER DIE" SUN. • MON. • TUES. TCCHNICOLOR" Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE "ALVAREZ KELLY" with William Holdcn — PLUS — 'CODE V ... VICTIM 5" SUN. • MON. • TUES. DEAN *|6blllHBH PICTURES RElS/il

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