BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY. JUNE 8, IfN Mrs. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News Snrifitv Editor t Phone 3-4461 A Croslow Claims Bride In Louisiana The First Methodist Church in West Monroe, La., was the setting for the wedding of Miss Peggy Ann Newcomer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allen Newcomer, and Eyerette A. Croslow, son of Mrs, Alfie Mae Coleman of Blytheville, on May. 22 at five thirty in the evening. Dr. Ernest Holloway officiated at the double ring ceremony, before an altar which was banked "With greenery and magnolia blossoms against a myriad of white cathedral tapers in candelabra. Miss Jane Wallace of Monroe presented -the nuptial music and accompanied Miss' Polly Ragland, who sang '"Through the Years," and "The Lord's Prayer." Given .in marriage by her father, the. bride was attired in a waltz- length wedding gown of nylon tulle and Ghantilly -ace over taffeta. Her bolero of Chantilly lace was fashioned with a standing collar and tight fitting sleeves which came to points over the wrist. The lace skirt featured a panel of accordion pleated tulle. A Juliet cap of satin covered with Chantilly lace and seed pearls held her finger-tip veil of silk illusion. The bride carried a bouqeut of tube roses centered with a white orchid and mounted on a white prayer book. Mrs. C. R. Russell, Jr., of Monroe, was matron of honor and the pride's only attendant. She wore a patio-length gown of pale green net over taffeta with a matching headdress. Her bouquet was of mag- streamers. James W. Moore served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Kent Anderson, Virgil Perkins, W.* G. Newcomer and Bill Wardlow, all of Monroe. The bride's mother chose for the occasion a light blue linen model trimmed in white With seed pearls. Mrs. Coleman was attired in a soft blue linen with white accessories Th«y were given orchid corsages. A reception was held in the church parlor following the ceremony, with the center of attraction a tiered wedding cake, flanked by tiered arrangements of white gardenias. For traveling, the bride changed to a two-piece white shantung model with a hat of aqua, and black Accessories. A graduate of Ouachita Parish High School, the bride was a member of Delta Beta Sigma sorority. Mr. Croslow was graduated from the University of Arkansas. Among the large gathering of out-of-town guests were Mrs. Coleman, of Blytheville, the groom's jnotfaer, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wardlow and Virgil Perkins, all of Memphis. The couple is at home in. Mem- pntc. N. N. Club Has Party Here Mrs. Carolyn Berry was the guest Tuesday night of Mrs. James Vest, •when Mrs. Vest entertained the members of N. N. Bridge Club. Desserts were served preceding the bridge games. Guests were entertained in the BRIDE — Mrs. Everette A. Croslow was before her marriage May 22 Miss Peggy Ann Newcomer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allen Newcomer of West Monroe, La. Mr. Croslow is the son of Mrs. Allie Mae Coleman of Blytheville. The couple is at home in Memphis. Perfect Attendance Records Of Grade Students are Announced Central, Sudbury, and Lange Jean Forshee, Clifford Councille, Irving room which was •with hydrangeas. In the games, Mrs. J. L. West- "farook, Jr., won high score, with second going to Mrs. Berry, and bridge to Miss Mary Noe. Coming Events Thursday Mrs. N. G. Jerome entertaining La Neuve Club. Mrs. Johnny White entertaining Kibitzer Club. Jaycettes have meeting tonight at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Harold Thompson, Jr. Friday Mrs- Henry Dodd entertaining members of the Vendredi Bridge Club. Schools today released names o; those students maintaining perfeci attendance records for the past year, with honorable mention going to some students. The students are as follows: Sudbury School .•Larry Phillips, Jimmy Coleman, Carol Ann Stanfield, Van Allen Vowell, Sharon Lee Davis, Anita Gail Quails, Peggy Josephine Wells, Donna Sue Jordan. Don Walker, Julia Ann Hardesty, Gary Peterson, Barbara Cable, Cherry Cooper, Harold Hood,. Larry Lovelace, Mary Mac Hopkins, Theresa Jones, Rebecca Harris, Robert Howell, Danny Lowe, Johnnie Dale Blackwell. Nancy Cupples, Doris Driskell, W. D. Crocker, Robert Lovelace, Gerald Mosley, Freddie White, Linda Hannah, Frank D. Alford. Alvis Harris, Harold Pulley, Faye McCanless, Jenny L. Nichols, Sara Lou Snow. Honorable mention went to Deller Daniels, Jonathan Abbott, Wendell Chitmon, Marshall Larkin, Ira Gene Lambert, Barbara Hopper. Lange School James Holbrqok, Ronald Stone, Michael Ledbetter, Jo Ann Lane, Jean Mays, William Michael Con- ,ey. Franklin Maxwell, Carole Kay Roach. Roy Holbrook, Betty Carol Burks, Jinda Lowe. Charles Wayne Shel;on, Mary Gay Nelson, Joyce Short, John Corbell Holland, Ronny Fowler, Billy Boone. Ann Fitzgerald, Johnny Baxter, Jimmy Killett, Danny Smothers, decorated Susie Human, Norma Kincaid, Peg- I gy Privett. Jerry Wayne Hill, Margaret Holbrook, Linda Joyce Long, Gloria MOX -Thcatrc- On West Main St. (it Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen THURS., & FRI. Double Feature Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT M-G-M proudly presents COLOR 1Y TECHNICOLOR Cartoon "Heir Bear" FRL, & SAT. Double Feature GLENN FORD 1 JULIA ADAMS CIILL WILLS t UMVEftSAl-mTEItNATIOMt PICTUtt —AND— UM McCAUSIEI • MWIM HENMK • HCSTON JIAN SIMMONS VICfOt MATURI "Poftyt* Cartoon Serial "Jungle Raiders" No. 10 Cartoon "Happy Valley" Nedra Briley, Charlotte Nell Brett, Martha Gamble. Central School William Carlton, Michael Gearing, Ronald Woods. -Toy Smothermon, Cecilia Joyner, Patsy Boyd, Ja.mes E. Stevenson HI. Russell Leonard, Terry Ann Evans, Virginia Ann Heath, Wilson White, Willie Ray Priddy, Melvin Roy Branscum, David Sudbury, Teena Virginia Stallings. Mitchell Chrisco, James Ray Grigsby, Kenneth Don Parrish, George Allen Parrish, Johnny Smothermon, Terry Wright, Sammy Ann Prim. Judy Rushing, Sarah Blakemore, Bonny Joan Eatmon, Robert Hallman, Mary- Ann Bateman, Edna Sue Davis, Carolyn Ann Bynum, Billy Lambert. Emily Huffman, Judy Smothermon, Larry Holt, Martha Shelby, Mary Alice Clay, Jerry Polsgrove, Raymond Mayo, Carl MaxwelL Children who held perfect attendance rtcords for the second semester only are as follows: Sudbury School Whorley Darby, Stephen Francis, Jeaney Nell Beecham, Johnny Rounsavall, Judy Edwards, Connie Smith, Dick Blagg, Ronnie Dale Burns, James Albert Pinyon, Jr. Marvin Pulley, Doyle Dean Maone, Linda Gail Waddle, Fred Jeard, Eddie Fisher, Jimmy Grimes, Harold Sudbury. Herman Turner. Mary Lou Edwards, Glenda Sue Quails, Richard Cordell, Lee Joyner, LeRoy Wadkins, Patsy Stubbs, Barbara Webb, David Caldwell. Jack Holt, Steve Patridge. Gerald Wicker, Frances Darby, Phyllis May, Mary Ann Wamble,, June ochran, Lois Darby. Patricia Mosley, Brenda Richard- Mrs. Partlow Hostess to Club Mrs. H. G. Partlow was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon to members of Club Eight, when Mrs. R. B. Stout was invited as the club's guest. Mrs. Jesse M. White won high score in the afternoon's bridge games, with second going to Mrs Stout and bridgo going to Mrs Paul Jobe. • Roses provided decorations ir the entertaining rooms. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Bits of News i j Miss Annette Whistle, daughter of Mrs. C. H. Whistle, was awarded the degree of bachelor of science in journalism in graduation exercises at Southern Methodist University June 1. She was elected duchess to Stephen F. Austin College, served as a member of the Student's Publishing Company, and was women's sports editor for the SMU Campus while attending SMU. Mrs. Louise Corey of Hamilton, O., and her daughter, Miss Mary Louise O'Brien, who is a student at Mercy School of Nursing in Detroit, Mich., visited here recently with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Scott. Following her two week's vacation, Miss O'Brien will continue her training at Ann Arbor, Mich. Billy Bert Mayo left yesterday for Springfield, Mo., where he will attend Southwestern State College. Next fall, Billy Bert will play football for the Golden Bears. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mayo of Blytheville, with whom he spent the past week after completing two years at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. Johnny O'Brien, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Scott, left recently for Little Rock, where he enlisted in the Navy. Now undergoing his basic training at San Diego, Calif., Johnny attended the University of Arkansas last year. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Cotter and sons of Houston, Tex., arrived here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle, for the next several days. Graham Partlow is spending a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs- H. G. Partlow, and family before returning to the University of Arkansas, where he will attend the summer session. son. . Janet Williams, Jeannette Wright, Jimmy Mayes, Tommy Allen Smith, Tommy R. Fleeman. James Barbara Chitmon, Webster, Buddy Haney, Lewis Cline; George Webb, Brenda Clajk, Roberta Hardesty, Gary Gestring. Betty Lou Gee, Charlotte Lewis. Central School Rebecca Reed, Michael Revelle, Dennis Myrick, Robert Hal Baker, Lark Mitchell Anderson, Robert Curtis Sweet. Kathryn Stracener, Edmond Eubanks, Jon Briton. Jerry Crim, Jimmy Edwards, Richard K. Ritchey, Jo Ann Hughey, Larry Jerome Garrison, Gwendolyn Leah Halford, Barbara Ann Collier, Russell Fowlston. Dianne Still, Bill Dunavant, Cathy Dallas, Margaret McWaters, Mary Frances Alley, Larry Wright, Billy Hallman, John Russell Carter. Brenda Kay Wilson, Nancy Smith, Dianne McCaskill, Gary Mayo, David Seymore, Joyce Ann Harris, Kay Yates, Joyce Young, Nancj Miliigan, Tom Henry Smith, Charles Bilbrey- HOMECOMING QUEEN — Patricia Ann Riddick (center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Riddick of Rt. 3, Steele, reigned as queen of the homecoming celebration for former residents of Steele sponsored last week by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Second alternate in the queen contest was Helen Proctor (left) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stylon D. Proctor of Rt. 3, Steele. Third place winner was Jessie Yvonne Whitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whitt of Steele. Randy McDaniel (left), son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McDaniel, was crown bearer and Susan K. Hollenbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hollenbeck, was flower girl. (Photo by H. L. Yeager) 131 to Enter Senior High School Here Six Weeks course beginning June 14th for Students 4 to 14 years of age and choir directors. To include sight singing, ear training, voice production, music suitable for church and concert flse Under the Direction of Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston Mrs. Fowlston has studied Boys* Choir work with T. Tertius Noble, director of St. Thomas Boys' Choir School, New York City; phonetics and voice production with Mrs. William Neidlinger, voice with Mrs. Corleen Wells, choral conducting with Carl Mueller and organ with Dr. Clarence Dickenson, all of New York City. Mrs. Fowlston directed youth choirs in and around New York City before coming to Blytheville, is now organist ami director of youth and adult choirs at First Christian Church in Blytheville. Student fee $10 for 6 week session. Choir directors fee $20 for 6 week session. All registrations must be in by June 5th. Registroion Blank NAME AGE ADDRESS PHONE (NOTE: Give »fe if between i.mnd 14 Otherwise slate adult) Previous Music Experience if Any Choir Voice Piano Other Instrument $2 Enclosed .. . Balance June 14 Mail To Fowlston School of Music SIS Chtckauwba MIOIM S-M49 One hundred thirty one members of the Ninth Grade Class of Blytheville Junior High School passed four subjects and received certificates promoting them to the sophomore class of high school. Receiving promotions were Rodney Adkisson, Billy Carolyn Adams, Geraldine Alley, Larry Joe Baker, David Walter Barnes, Jimmellia Beasley, Mary Ruth Blanchard, Leslie Eugene Borowsky, Janet Sue Boyd, Elizabeth Ross Blister. Smith Taylor Brackin, Patricia ail Brogdon, Gerald Wayne Brown, George Ann Byrd, James Fredrick Callihan, Larry Leonard ampbell, John Calvin Conley, Orris Anice Chandler, Barbara Gail irawford, Peggy Ann Crews, Lavada Marie Grim, Dorothy Jean towe. Nettie Ruth Daniels, Billy Ray Daniels, Virginia Gwen Darby, Beuah Paye Davis, Gertrude Densman, Barbara Dale Dunlap, Jimmy Earls, Billy Elliott, Larry Gene Ellis, Joy Eagan, Etta Jean Eatmon, Helen Elain Emmert, Mazy Ann Ferguson. ' Zetha M. Fisher, Carol Fondren, Ernest Rene George, Luther Gray, Barbara Lee Graves, Jimmy L. Hall,'Jodie L. Hall, Fred W. Hardaway, Otis L. Hardin, Charles R, Hester, Mary L. Hardesty, Martha Lee Hart, Luberta Henson, Faye M. Hendrix, Rene Hays, Sandra G. Haynie, David Lee Holt, Robert Caldwell Holt. Karl Wayne Honeycutt, Helen Florine Hubbard, AMn Huffman, Patricia Hurley, Martha Elizabeth Johnson, James Raymond Johnston, Cynthis Nell Jones, Dorothy Jean Jones, Melba Jean Jones, Joan Marilyn Keith, 'David Ellis Kelley, Carole Sue Kimberland, Anne Carol King, Donna Sue King, Caroll Ray Knapp. Glenn Odis Ladd, Barbara Ann Ledbetter, Doris Jeanette Lee, Toby Ann Long, Roy Lovelace, Delores Jean Lum, Gradie Lawrence May, Albert Hugh McManus, Patsy Gale McPeake, Anita Elizabeth McWaters, Joe Louis Melvin, Malcolm Carl Miliigan, Robert Eugene Moore, James Carlos Morrow, Mildred L. McCandless, Sally McCut- Chen, Nan N. Miller, Ada R. Moore, Mary B. Marr, Carolyn N. Mann, Alma G'. Moody, Martha L. Manley, Davis A. Nelson, Phillip Bradley Nation, Betty J. Pruitt, Joann Pate, Glenda L. Poetz, Johnny R. Priest. Shelba J. Roberts, Narrma R Richardson, Nelta F. Robertson Willis E. Rhoads, Robert Neil Rob ertson, Gwendolyn E. Simmons, Jo Anne Streeter, Minnie Opal Sweat Michael K. Shelton, Tommy J Slayton, Bobby W. Smith, Bruce L Smythe, Tom, M. Snow, Frank Sparks, Ray Spencer, Lynn M Trinity Circles Conduct Meetings Four circles of Trinity Baptist Church met this week to observe social meetings. The Evelyn Stanford and Jewel Abernathy Circles met at the church for a chapter study. Miss Dana Dinkins wa; a guest of the 13 members attending. The Mildred Circle held a picnic at Walker Park. Fourteen members and four guests of the Marion Cook Circle met for a social and visitation. Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Don Morris and Mrs. Chester Hargect were hostesses Tuesday evening for a layette shower complimenting Mrs. Quincy Richardson formerly Miss Viola Burns. , The affair was given at the home of Mrs. Morris at 409 South First Street. Summer flowers were used in profusion in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. James Williams and Mrs. Birdie Richardson won the prizes awarded in party games. Party foods and iced drinks were served in the evening following the games. Barbara Huey To Be Married On July 2 Here Miss Barbara Jeanette Huey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman B, Huey of Blytheville, has announced that the date for her marrnage to John Rudolph Krutz will be July 2. The-wedding will be solemnized at the First Assembly of God Church with the Rev. j. C. Dickinson, pastor, officiating. Mr. Krutz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Krutz of Blytheville. Stanfield, James Patrick Sullivan, Judith Lynn Sandford, Mary Ann Tompkins. James Allen Thomas, Jerry W. Thomas, J. L. Thompson, James Alvin Thorn,- Billy Lee Vickery, Nelia R. Woods, Patricia L. Willingham, Bonnie L. Whisenhunt, Elsie L. Webster, Jimmy Wardlaw, David Warren, Billy Ray Webb, Gene Anthony Wheat, Marshall Lamar Wheat, William Wilson, Louelen A. Zeller. HD Club Has Meeting Here Members of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met at the club Tuesday afternoon. Eye openers, which were displays of flowers, were presented by Mrs. Claude Rowland 'and Mrs. J. W. Fields. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, county home demonstration agent, was assisted by Mrs. Ben Ray in giving a demonstration on weaving. A preview of the year book was given by the members- Following the "Woman's Creed," which was repeated in unison, Mrs. Clareno* Cutor served refreshments. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Jordan Fitzhugh, City Mrs. J. W. Massey, City Mrs. J. N. Long, City Tommy Long, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Pearl LaRue, City Mrs. Sallie Needham, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Jeannie Crook, City Carol Sue Crook, City Mrs. Edward Brown, City Dennis Pearson, City David Boren, City AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements THURSDAY & FRIDAY •ILLY THE KID/ PRESENTED BY WARNIR BROS. CO-STARRINC OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! 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