The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1967 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 20, 1967
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Page Four - Blytheville (Ark.) Courier Newi - Tuesday, Junt H, ««r — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor GROOM - Mr. and Mrs. demit Wallace Liles pledged their vows June : in a ceremony performed in Jonesboro. .:., Liles-Broadway Vows Read in Church Ceremony "Miss Shirley Jo Broadaway, I long petal point sleeves on the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken-: Alencon lace - covered bodice, neth E Broadway, of Jones-!The detachable chapel length boro, became the bride of Clemit Walace Liles, Jr., son of Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Liles. of Blytheville, in a ceremony solemnized by the groom's father who is pastor of the First United Pentecostal Church o [ Blytheville, June 2 at 8 p.m. at the First United Pentecostal Church, Jonesboro. A white wrought iron arch covered with greenery and babies breath and centered with train was of peau de soie. The bridal veil of silk illusion fell from a tiara of tulle and seed pearls. A crescent bouquet of feathered white carnations and stephnotis, centered with white cymbidium orchids and accented by loops of white velvet tubing and tiny seed pearls, was carried. Mrs. Broadaway wore a two- piece beige lace ensemble with beige accessories and Mrs. Louie Isaacs is in room 1104 at the Baptist Hospital in Mem pns. Mrs. Farmer England, formerly of Blytheville and now of New York, visited friends here over the weekend. T. A. Woodyard Jr. of Blytheville has been notified by Dr. Paul McCain, president of Ar- tansas College at Batesville, Jiat he has been elected vice resident of the Arkansas Col- ege Alumni Association. Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, Mrs C. Bowers and Mrs. Fanny "ate have returned from Pop- ar Bluff where they were ;uests of Mrs. Robinson's son ind family, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. lobinson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamp- on have returned home from \ a vacation to Washington and ither points. Mrs. James Robertson and ihildren Coretta, James and Eric of Virginia, were Sunday [uests of Mrs. Sarah Mosley. Mrs. Robertson and children ivere en route to California to pend the summer with her mother. white wedding bells, marked I Liles wore a two-piece rose knit fee place of ceremony which I suit with white accessories, was lighted by pink tapers in Each had a pastel pink cym- and bidum orchid corsage. The bride's parents held a re.. r ception in the fellowship hall, Fan - shape arrangements of i completely decorated in the white wrought iron candelabrum entwined with greenery adorned with pink bows. snow cloud white gladiolus and babies breath were in wicker baskets and tree palms of jade leaves were at intervals on bride's colors, of pink and white, With wedding bells hanging at different points. The bride's book table, covered with white Jcdvca Wcic ai, IMLCI vena wu "«"»» n*u»— ( — — • — — the floor and altar levels. Pews i linen topped by a gathered pink were marked by crystal motive j net skirt, held a white Anniver- iights accented by greenery and, sary candle accented by poufs pink streamers. lot pink tulle and White cluster ; William Garvin, of North mums. The gifts table was also Little Rock was organist, and Keith Hamm, o( Trumann, was soloist. overlaid with pink net. A crystal dome, the base filled with babies breath on which : Miss Sherry Colley, as maid | stood a tiny bride and groom, of honor, and Miss Frances centered the bride's table which Broadaway, sister of the bride, | was covered like the bride's and Miss Barbara Rutheford, as bridesmaids, wore pale pink brocade floor - length gowns styled with rounded necklines and elbow-length sleeves. Shoulder length veils fell from pale book table except the pink tulle skirt was draped with swags of pink tulle and ornamented with while frosted wedding bells tied with pink satin bows. The dome was topped with white stock, Her jengui veub 1C11 liuill [Jme was, tuyp^u mui nitiis, ""*-«, pink brocade bows. Colonial! pink carnations, baby breath, carnations with touches of ba-lpink rbbons, and white - glit- bes breath, pink tulle poufs, and streamers were carried. Rex D. Haney, of Blytheville, was best man and Ronald Liles, of. ; Blytiieville, brother of the tered leather leaf. Miss Brenda Crews, of Blytheville, presided at the bride's book; Misses Sue Halfacre anc Shirlene Osborn, of Jonesboro groom, Gary Burris, of Blythe- j Miss Regina Smith, of Trumann ...i,- —j .-.- T, ,_ - t ani j Miss Sherry Smart, of Bly- ville and John Dyson Jr., of North Little Rock were ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length peau de soie gown styled with theville, served the wedding cake with punch. Mesdames Rhonda Springle and Jimmy Greer, of Jonesboro, Mrs. Gar> a rounded neckline and ' Allen, West Memphis, Mesdames CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown to us during the illness and death of our husband and father, Owen K. Rhodes; for the many and beautiful flowers; food; cards; and other acts of kindness. We especially thank Rev. Waymon Holt. May God's Blessings be with each and everyone of you. The Family of Owen K. Rhodes Phont PO 3-4461 Dave Weathers and Charles Weathers, of Brookland, and Misses Lois Liles and LeWanda Mourton, of Blytheville, extended hospitality. All had pink aster corsages. After a wedding trip to Lake Table Rock Mo., the couple will reside at 1407 Aggie Road. For travel, the bride wore a two-piece turquoise knit suit, white accessories, and her wedding cymbdium orchids with touches of pink. ^iiiiuiiiiilliiiliiiiiHiMiiniinieiniliiilinillilliniiiwniJ toits of Newsl i */! I moil First Methodist Circles Meet In Members Homes Members of th« Woman's Society of Christian Service circles of the First Methodist Church met yesterday in the following homes: Circle One met with Mrs. Tom A. Little Jr. Mrs. Allen Bush was devotional leader and Mrs. Jack Robinson was study leader. Attending as guests were Mrs. Virgil Keeley and Mrs. Hildred Bunch. The circle will meet next with Mrs. F. E. Black with Mrs. T. E. Geeslin as cohostess. Members of Circlp Two met in the home of Mrs. H. R. Campbeli with Mrs. John Featherston as co-hostess. Mrs. James T. Peterson Jr. I is circle chaiman. Devotional leader was Mrs. Chairman of the circle is Mrs. Ernest Roe. The devotional leader was Mrs. Scott and Mrs. C .G. Redman was the study leader. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Roe. Chairman, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, was hostess to members of Circle Five. Mrs. W. H. Wyatt was the devotional leader and Mrs. Tommy Young was the study leader. Attending as a guest was Miss Lee Ann Hancock of Michigan. Mrs. Tommie Young will be hostess to the next meeting. Robert Hicks and study leader was Mrs. James Ross. Mrs. Roy Nankivell of Athens, Tenn., attended as a guest. Mrs. F. L. Husband will serve as hostess to the next meeting. Members of Circle Six met in the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. Chairman is Mrs. E. B. Gee Jr. Mrs. Sam Haynes was the devotional leader and the study leader. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr. and the hostess will The W. H. O'Keefe provided be Mrs. W. S. Johnston. the seeling for members of Circle Three. I Chairman of the circle «' C ', E u Cacmpb f Jn „ ! the meeting of Circle Seven. Mrs. J. H. Smart was devo- ! 6 tional leader and Mrs. John The home of Mrs. Gerald provided the setting for BRIDE-ELECT —Miss Sharon Garner of Victoria will become the bride of William Melvin Nelson of Earle Aug. 5 at the First Baptist Church in Osceola. Miss Sharon Garner to Vied William Melvin Nelson Jr. Mr. and Garner of Mrs. Exer George ness department at the Cotton Victoria, Ark., an-JBoJl Vocational - Technical . .,•„•„ Chairman is Mrs. Gene Ed Regenold was study leader. Mrs. Smart will host the next meeting. Circle Four met in the home of Mrs. F. E. Scott with Mrs. D. C. Pafford as cohostess. Shower Honors Recent Bride Mrs. Tammer Tinnin Cooper, a recent bride, was honored last week with a surprise miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. Henry Gargis. Hosting the event were Miss tfarlene .Jones, Miss Sandra irabovsky and Miss Paula Hardin. The entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with arrangements of white roses and )ink hydrangeas. Attending as special guests were the mothers of the newlywed couple, Mrs. Tinner and Mrs. Cooper, who were presented corsages of pink carnations. The honoree was attired in a two piece multi-colored linen dress trimmed in white lace. She was presented a white carnation corsage by the hostesses. The refreshment table, from which party foods were served, was covered with a white lace cloth and held a pink center piece. Party games were played and winners were Donna Roden and Sandra Hrabovsky. E.H.C MEETING NOTES Service Guild Has Meeting Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church met last night at the church. Miss. Janet Taylor, vice president, presided over the business session. Mrs. Pearl Lamb, Mrs. Ze- leuda Quails, Mrs. Shields Edwards and Mrs. Neta Buch were introduced as new members. The guild voted to aid a needy family and each study group was asked to raise part of each quota by Sept. 3. Mrs. Jerry Hearn presented the program entitled, "The Church and People with Special Needs." The program was presented as a play and taking part were Mrs. H. D. Jackson, Mrs. Ira Gray, Miss Mary Hubler and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. At the end of the meeting Miss Alice Marie Ross, Mrs. Gus Eberdt and Mrs. J. W. The night WMS of First Baptist Church met last night in members' homes for a program entitled, Churches Form a Convention — Utah, Idaho Missions, U. S." Circle One met with Mrs. J. D. Widner with Mrs. Charles Flanagan as co-hostess. Mrs. Fletcher King, chairman presided over the business meeting. The call to prayer was given by Mrs. Widner. served group. The regular monthly meeting of the Flat Lake Extension Homemakers Club was held last week in the home of Mrs. Eena Grieshammer with Mrs. Goldie Gillis as co-hostess. There were 12 members and one guest, Mrs. Bess Roberts of Atlanta, attending. The meeting was opened with each member answering the roll call by telling what they like most about summer. The devotional was given by Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mrs. A. R. Peak presented a You Are Invited to Attend a GOSPEL MEETING June 19th Through 25th Each Evening at 8:00 P.M. i Sunday 10:45 A.M. & 8:00 P.M. Preaching By PAUL LUSBY Of Amarilo, Tex. Eastside Church of Christ 300 N. Ruddle Blytheville Ray refreshments to the Mrs. Ward Is Hostess Love Group of First Christian Church met recently with Mrs. Bill Ward. Mrs. Marjorie Goodman, chairman, presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Davis Cobb was appointed study chairman, Mrs. Bill Fraser, worship and telephone chairman, Mrs. Tom Patrick, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Cecil Lowe, publicity and card chairman. Mrs. Goodman is circle chairman. There were six members and one guest, Mrs. John White, attending. The group presented Mrs. Bob Schwarz and Mrs. White farewell gifts. Mrs. Patrick was in charge of the program. Following the meeting refreshments were served. gram were Mrs. Fletcher King, Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Mrs. Ted King, Mrs. Flanagan, Mrs. Joe Washam and Mrs. Mamie Rosmond. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Ted King. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Circle Two met with Mrs. N. F. Marshall. The call to prayer was given by Miss Minnie Brown and Miss Pearl Lee, chairman was in charge of the business session. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford program chairman, assisted by Miss Lee, Mrs. Marshall, Jewell Lee, Thelma Adkins and Miss Ruby Brown presented the pro- Coming Events Tuesday African Violet Club I p.m., R. T. Wilder home. Airman's Wives Club New Liberty Baptist WMS report on "Poise." Eye openeri were shown by Mrs. Grieshammer, who made wall plaques of flowers out of driftwood and smock hats and by Mrs. Bertie Hawks who displayed t nylon braided rug and recipe holder she had made. Mrs. Robert Hall modeled a dress of her own creation and Mrs. Mervin Gillis displayed » Mr ruller conUiner ihe made :rom milk cartons. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Hall at 417 Rosemary Lane July 13. The meeting was closed with prayer after which Mrs. Cries- lammer and Mrs. Gillis served refreshments. Brown. The devotional was given by Mrs. Dan Dennis and the study leader was Mrs. Robert Stiles. Th enext meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Tommy Peacock. cal school as business instructor. nounce the engagement and ap-1 School in Burdette. Miss Garner proaching marriage of their is also employed at the techni- daughter, Sharon, to Wlliam' Melvin Nelson Jr. of Earle, Ark. Parents of the groom - elect are Mrs. Roger Wendell of West Memphis and William M. Nelson, Sr. of Earle. The bride-elect was graduated from Osceola High School, where she was salutatorian of her graduating class, recived the BAR Good Citizenship Club Picnic Is Thursday The CDS Wives Club wil have a picnic for members and their children at the base police picnic grounds Thursday at noon. Everyone planning to attend has been asked to bring sack lunches for their families. Drinks will be furnished by the club. LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. John E. Green, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Abbott and family, Mrs. Edward T. Jackson and Dale Abbott have returned to their homes in Chicago after attending the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Alice Green. Mrs. William H. Borden, a niece of Corning, N. Y. also attended the funeral. Razorback's Guest tor Today: REV. & MRS. COOPER N. REED of Caraway Are invited to be our guest to enjoy any dinner on our menu FREE. Wednesday's Special! Cold Turkey Plate Served with Potato Salad, Cottage Cheese, Tomato Slices, C Hardboiled Egg p Razorback RESTAURANT SO DIVISION Night Circles Have Meetinas i Award> and was chosea to at ~ nuve ivveem iya |tend Girls state Miss Garner attended t h e j University of Arkansas and was graduate! from Arkansas State University in May 1966. While in college, she served as treasurer of her sorority. Alpha Gamma Delta and was president of Pi Omega Pi, National Honorary Business Education Fraternity. \ Mr. Nelson graduated from j j Earle High School. He received | | his degree from Arkansas State ' All Models'' BOB SULLIVAN Chevrolet-Cadillac gram. Mrs. Lunsford closed with prayer after which refreshment were served. The Vernon Boyd home was the setting for the meeting place of Circle Three. The meeting was opened with prayer by Miss Marie Harnish and the call to prayer was given by Mrs. T. Y. Clanton. Those participating on the program were Mayo Justis, Mrs Boyd, Mrs. Clanton, Miss Harnish and Mrs. D. B. Carmon. Refreshments were served by the hostess. At Arkansas State, he was a member of Circle K International and Ph Beta Lambda business organization. The groom - elect is presently employed as head of the busi- Bible Class Has Program Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church held their monthly meeting Friday with 11 members and four guests present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Hunter and the devotional by Mrs. Haynes. A solo was presented by Mamie Harrison, accompanied by Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich on the autoharp. Following the meeting was a social hour. Party foods were served by the hostesses, who were Mrs. Ramey, Mrs. Hardin and Mrs, Sudbury. Order Books Members of the Great Books Club who desire to order readings for next season have been urged to contact Mrs. Oliver Coppedge Jr. The deadline for ordering books for the season is June 25. MURR THEATRE Your friendly Theatr* OSCEOLA •••••••*•••• STARTING TIME Won. thru Fri.— 7:30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 2:30 - 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy 61 OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "THE PROFESSIONALS" with Burt Lancaster WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY TUES. THUR. WED. DOUBLE FEATURE INCREDIBLE UNDERSEA ADVENTURES GHANLEY COMPANY i ._ GARY GRANT SAMANTHA EGGAR M BUTTON AND INVENTIONS! SOLC.SIEGEL nttucnm bMWSIW i.-J METCOCOIOR PANAVISION* TECHNICOLOR* - ••" IttPICTUBBMietSE. 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