The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1967 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 17, 1967
Page 2
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Page Two - Blytbevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, June 17, .— Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor Phone PO 3-4461 Mrs. McArihur Linda Beis Becomes Bride St. Eustachius Church in Portageville was the setting for the wedding of Miss Linda Marie Beis and James W. McArthur. The wedding was performed by Rev. Leo F. Schneizie on June 10. - The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Beis, ST., of POrtageville. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William McArthur, of Pacific, Mo. Baskets of white gladiolus interspersed with greenery were used to decorate the sanctuary. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Leonard Hand, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore » floor length gown of silk organza. It was designed with a scoop neckline, long sleeves that form ed lilly points over the hands Her headpiece was a white lace mantilla. The bridal bouquet was o[ while roses am lillies of the valley. Mrs. Cleat Stanfill, of Carutlv ersvllle. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her floor length gown was ol aqua blue crepe with a medium length train and her flowers were yellow painted daisies. Miss Breredelte Kliffel was maid of honor, and the Misses Charlotte Eftink and Barbara Gdldschmit served as bridesmaids. Miss Deborah Lee Craig niece of the groom, was junior bridesmaid. The bridesmaids wore gowns of powder blue bonded crepe and carried pink daisies. The flower girls, Misses Deborah Slanfill and Karen Beis, nieces of the bride, wore long dresses of blue crepe and car- rid baskets of yellow daisies. Cleal Stanfi) served as best man. Groomsmen were John Beis, Robert HulahOf and Tim Nininger., Cecil Wallace and Charles Beis, Jr.. were ushers. Preston Mark Stanfill, nephew of the bride was ring bearer. Mrs. Beis chose a dress of bonded blue crepe for her daug- ter's wedding and the groom's mother also chose a blue dress. Both wore white carnations. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the Portageville K. C. Hall. Misses Ruth Ann Eftink and Agnes Hulshof served as hostesses. The bride's table was covered with a white lace cloth and cen- tred with the traditional tiered wedding cake, decorated with white bells and miniature bride and groom. Mrs. John A. Beis presided at the guest book. For a southern wedding trip, the bride wore a summer pink WE NEED Clean Late Model USED CARS "Top Prices Paid For All Models" BOB SULLIVAN Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. 1400 S. Division Ph. PO 3-4578 Coming Events Monday Circles of Hie Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church meet in the following homes: Circle No. 1— Mrs. Tom A. Litlle, Jr., — 1025 West Main. Circle No. 2 — Mrs. W R Campbell, 1122 West Main. Circle No 3 - Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, 1001 North Division. Circle No. 4 — Mrs. F. E. Scott, 1000 North Sixth. Circle No. 5 — Mrs. Leonard Johnson, 1017 Holly. Circle No. 6 - Mrs. J. W. Adams, 1140 West Hearn First Baptist Day Circle meet in the following homes: Circle No. 1 — Mrs. Byron Moore, 2508 West Rose Street Circle No. .2 - Mrs. Kendal' Berry. 1123 North Fiflh Streeet Circle No. 3 — Mrs. Raymond Zachry, 1JOO Chickasawba Ave- HUP Circle No. 4 — Mrs. Raymond Zachry, 1300 Chickasawba Ave- :ie Circle No. 5 - .Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, 1325 North Fifth Street Circle No. 6 - Mrs. Byron Moore. 250R West Rose Street Circle No. 7 - Mrs. K. D. Marr, 816 East Walnut Street Circle No. 8 — Mrs. Hays Sulivan, Burdette Circle NO. 9 — Mrs. J. W. Rayder, 1101 Holly Street 6:30 P.M. — Brotherhood — Supper Meeting in Fellowship Hall, 8:00 P.M. — Deacons' Meeting 7:30 P.M. — Night W.M.S. Circles meet in the following homes: Circle No. 1 - Mrs. J. D. Widner, 709 BroadmoOr Boulevard Circle No. 2 - Mrs. N. F. Marshall, 1104 Broadmoore Boulevard Circle No. 3 — Mrs. Vernon Boyd, 1024 Pecan Avenue Dell Methodist WSCS Trinity Baptist W'MU Masonic Wives Club Episcopal Churchwomen Dell Baptist WMU Presbyterian Women of t h e Church. Tuesday African Violet Club J p.m., R. T. Wilder home. Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi New Liberty Baptist WMS Airman's Wives Club Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club. Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League BIytheville Jaycettes lniniiinniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMniiiiiiiinniiiiiiig Mrs of News| // /I ; inoMy personal | Ronnie Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Austin, left Thursday ,for Camp Spears, Penn., Where | he will serve as counselor and rifle instructor lor the summer. Van Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oi'lie Parker, .is one of 13 students in the University of Arkansas' College of Engineering who earned a straight A average during the spring semester. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey HullgU- ford of Dyersburg, Tenn., was a guest In the home of his niece, Mrs. Allle O'Neal, and family. 0. N. Forrest returned last week from West Memphis where he has been visiting his son, Wilson Forrest, and Mrs. Forrest. Miss Peggye Jarrett and Miss Donna Smith are spending the Weekend in Little Rock with Miss Smith's sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lamb, and children Lari and Kyle. Mrs. John S. Hudson and four children of New Bern, N. C. arc spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ofcford of Indianapolis, Ind., will re turn to their home tomorrow after visiting his mother, Mrs. Gerald Oxford. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Stan field of BIytheville, Mrs. Ophelia Oxford of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. John Sikes of Pocahontas. Brenda Wells is a patient in Doctors Hospital. She is suffering from injuries received in a car accident last month. suit with white accessories. Her corsage was white roses. Mr. and Mrs. McArthur will make their home in St. Louis. ON FATHERS DAY ENJOY Roast Prime Rib 2 - 50 6 oz. Filet Mignon. .1.95 I/a Fried Chicken . .1.75 Breaded Veal Cutlet 1.45 Sea Food Dinner 1.85 Turkey and Dressing 1.75 ENJOY I-ATHERTS DAY Beef TATHBR'S : DAY FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Drummer Boy Restaurant Salad Served With • Vegetable - Dessert 1020 So. Division For Reservations Phone PO 3-8168 You Are Invited to Attend a GOSPEL MEETING June 19th Through 25th Each Evening at 8:00 P.M. Sunday 10:45 A.M. & 8:00 P.M. Preaching By PAUL LUSBY Of Amarilo, Tex. Eastside Church ol Christ 300 N. Ruddle Blvthcvlile BPW Officers Are Installed Mrs. Maggi* Proctor, northeast director of Paragould, installed the newly - elected officers of the BIytheville Business and Professional Women's Club at their dinner meeting Tuesday night. Mrs. Pauline Carmon presided over tlie meeting which was attended by 34 members and guests. Guests were Janet Yates of Paragould, Margaret Rhone, of Missouri, past state president, Lenora Coiidit of Hayti, hus- jands of (he club members, D. B. Carmon, Buck VanCleve, Robert Schmalz and Floyd Ward and Mrs. Wilhemina Bo- iian and Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace Welcomed as new members were Virginia Austin and Katherine Mann. The program for the evening was entitled, "Rocket to New Heights for Progress." Mary Alice Schmalz gave the collect and Mrs. Carmon gave the introduction. Mrs. Ann Lombard! presented a discussion on, ''The Young :areer Women," and Miss Juanila Davis presented the presidents orientation workshop. A memorial service for deceased, members was conducted by Mrs. Mabel Lunsford.,The service was in memory of Mrs. Martha Wahl and Mrs. Pat Ellis. New officers of the club are president, Madalynne VanCleve; first vice president, Juanita Davis; second vice president, Winnie King; third vice president, Irene Hubner; recording secretary, Kalherine Quackenbush; corresponding secretary, Ida Bell Pollard; treasurer, Mable Lunsford, and parliamentarian, Pauline Carmon. The next meeting will be a at the First National Bank. INSTALLED — Miss Pam McElyee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McElyee of Carulhersville, was installed as worthy advisor in installation ceremonies held Sunday, June 11 for Caruthersville Assembly 76, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Presbyterian Circles Meet Circles of First Presbyterian Church met Monday for a business meeting and social hour. Circle One met in the home of Mrs. Bob Logan. Mrs. Arnold Britain is chairman. There were' 11 members present. The Bible study was presented by Mrs. John Germain and Mrs. Todd Harrison gave the emphasis. Circle Two met in the home of Mrs. Carroll Blakenwre with eight members attending. Mrs. Vernon Thofflassoti presided in the absence of the chairman. .Mrs. Russell Farr., The Bible study was given by Mrs. Roland RounsaVille, and Mrs. Hugh Hudson gave the emphasis. The home of Mrs. Samuel F. Norris was the setting for the meeting of nine members of Circle Three. Chairman of the circle is Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. Edgar Borum gave the Bible study and the emphasis. Luncheon Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burge was hosts at an informal luncheon yesterday at the BIytheville Country Club honoring Miss Kathleen Livingston and her fiance. Capt. Paul G. Gerth, who will be married today in a 1 p.m. ceremony at the BIythe- ville Air Porce Base Chapel. The bride-elect is the daughter of Col. and Mrs. John Livingston, who were formerly stationed at BAFB. Guests attending were Mrs. Livingston and other daughters. Mary and Ann. now of Omaha, Neb.'. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gerth, parents of the prospective groom of San Francisco, Mrs. Jean Minielta and Col. Fred Lane. The luncheon table was covered with a white cloth and centered with a large arrangement of spring flowers. Miss Livingston and the mothers Of the couple were presented carnation corsages. Mr. and Mrs. Burge presented the honored couple with a set of crystal coasters trimmed in silver with their initials on them as a gift. Following their marriage tha bride and groom will make their home in BIytheville. JanRayder Has Birthday Jan Wayne Rayder was honored on his seventh birthday will! a party at the Walker Park Roller Drome recently. There were 22 guests attending. Game winners were Kathy Rothrock and Charles Dixon. Jan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jan Rayder. Club to Meet . Members of the African Violet Club will meet, Tuesday at t p.m. in the home of Mrs. R. T. Wilder with Mrs. Iverson Morris as co-hostess. Mrs. W. S. Allen will be the program leader and all members have been urged t» attend. Remember Pay your Paper Boy LAST TIME TODAY DOUBLE FEATURE 'RUSSIANS ARE COMING" — with Alan Arkin 'GUNMEN OF THE RIO GRANDE" with Guy Madison OPENS AT 8:00 — SHOW STARTS AT DUSK SUNDAY • MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. .Jack Webb was hostess lo members of Circle Four who had six attending. .. Mrs. J. E. Loehr is chairman. Mrs. Loehr gave the Bible study and Mrs. Lloyd Godjey resented the emphasis. Circle Five met in the home of Mrs. Martin Wilkinson, chairman. There were eight members present and two guests. Mrs. Ernest McKenzie gave the Bible study and Mrs. Wilkinson the emphasis. Mrs. Louis Nash's home was the meeting place for Circle Six. Chairman of the Circle is Mrs. Robert Turner. , Mrs. Borum Alexander gave the Bible study and Miss May Dixon presented the emphasis. 4-H Club Has Skating Party The Milligsn Ridge 4-H Club was entertained this week with a skating party at the Walker Park Roller Drome. There were 40 members attending. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Claude PolstOn, Mrs. J. W. Hawkins and Glen Dobbins Cub, Boy, Expitnr. SCOUT NEWS WILSON — Boy Scouts Of Troop 33 gathered at First Baptist Church June 8 for a Court of Honor. The invocation was given by the Rev. Dick Haltom. minister of Wilson Methodist Church. Scoutmaster James Rogers welcomed the grOup, which was followed by the candle lighting ceremony. Second class awards were presented by C. A. Lewis to the following Scouts: Don Bussey, Larry Shannon, Leroy Tippy, Jerry Williams, Ricky Lucius, Ricky Shannon, Joe Tipp and James Smith. Round-up awards were presented by 0. E. Sadler. Receiving these awards were Larry Hays, Don Bussey and Mike Brigance. Merit badges were presented to Larry Hays in physical fitness, swimming and stamp collecting. Don Bussey and Mike Brigance received swimming awards. Scoutmaster Rogers presented hiking awards to around 20 Scouts, two of whom were first awards to Shiloh and seven first awards to Pilot Knob, Tenn. The remaining were secondand third hiding awards to both Shiloh and Pilot Knob. MURR THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA •••••••••••• STARTING TIME Mon. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 - 7:30 p.m. •••••••••••••••••••••• • SAT. • SUN. • MON.«TUES«WED. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mil* So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?" Starring Elizabeth Taylor Razorback's Guest for Today: MR. & MRS. ERNIE SIMPSON & SCOTT Manila Are incited la be our f ue»t to enjoy any dinner on our menu FREE. Monday's Special! Ham Hock With Beans .... Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION OPENS AT 8:00 — SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Box Office Opens at 1:45 Continuous Showing Daily from 2 p.m. 7 Days a Week LAST TIME TODAY 'AFRICA TEXAS STYLE" — with Hugh O'Brian & John Mills (GA) SUN • MON. • TUES. (GA) The most WAWTSB picture of the year! COMING SOON TO THE KITZ THE CORRUPT ONES - With Robert Stack & Elke Summer DON'T MAKE WAVES - With Tony Curtis & Claudia Cardinale HOMBRE — With Paul Newman The Coolest & Most Enjoyable Spot In Town Is The Ritz Theatre SUNl . •TUES. BU8TUKUSTER Jp for father's Day/ SUNDAY MENU Turkey & Dressing .. 75c Chopped Sirloin . ... .. ; ,... : . 90c Southern Fried Chicken 55c Meat Loaf w/tomato sauce........ 50c VEGETABLES Creamed Potatoes Wh. Kernel Corn Field I'eas Spinach W/Eggs Green Beans Baked Apples Salads, Stows & Pics Claudcnn Pierce, M(?r. Serving 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

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