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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Blytheville, Arkansas Courter now Blytheville Ark a saturday november so Ito Page him first United methodist circles have meetings or. Alfred Del Ario seated plays the role of Felix a neurotic obsessive and compulsive nut in a the Odd couple a being presented by Blytheville very Little theatre. Standing directly behind him is Ben Downing who has the other Lead role in the three act comedy by Neil Simon. Other cast members include Max Moore left Scott Smith and Doran. Curtain time tonight is at 8 00 of clock at the women a building in Walker Park. Skating parties held birthday parties have been the order of the Day at the roller drome in Walker Park with a few Church groups adding to the party schedule. Protestant youth of the Chapel numbering 32, had a party last saturday sponsored by or. And mrs. Rodney v. Jackson. Winning the games were Melvin Harbin and Kenny Ford. Young people 140 Strong from the area churches of Christ were treated to a skating party last sunday evening by the Oak Grove Church of Christ in Missouri. Truman House sponsored the group and game winners were Roger Riggs and Reggie Gillette. Thirty four Young people from the Little River Baptist Church skated on tuesday evening sponsored by mrs. Wayne Cul Lins and mrs. Freddie Veach. Brenda Cullins and Debbie Marshall were the game winners. On wednesday evening 39 Young people from the Leachville first United methodist Church skated. Debbie Williams and Blythe Selby were the winners of the games. They were sponsored by Walter w. Taylor. Coleman Bergman rites said in Chapel the Blytheville air Force by John Dresback organist of Chapel was the setting for the wedding nuptials of miss Barbara Coleman and or. Dennis Bergman on saturday afternoon nov. Is. Or. And mrs. M. E. Coleman of North Little Rock formerly of Jonesboro Are the parents of the Bride and or. And mrs. W. A. Bergman of Pittsburgh pa., Are the parents of the Groom. Chaplain Donald Wilson performed the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was presented Wilson. Caroles were lighted by Jimmy and Bobby Wright sons of maj. And mrs. Warren Wright of Blytheville. Mrs. William Belew of St. Louis was Matron of Honor and mrs. John Krupa of Pittsburgh sister of the Groom served As bridesmaid. They wore floor length Floral gowns with Pink accessories. The Bride Given in marriage by both her other and father wore a gown of Angel skin and lace in an a line style with jewelled neckline Long Camelot sleeves and a Butterfly train. Maj. Warren Wright was Best Man and or. Ron Harring of Pittsburgh was groomsman. Ushers were maj. Pete Hokse a and it. Tycobb of Blytheville air Force base. A reception at the officers club followed the ceremony. Assisting were miss Mary Flo Lindsay of Wilson miss Mary Tom Stephenson of Bassett miss Virginia Henard of Keiser and miss Sarah Irby of Bassett. Following a trip to Acapulco study session Quot Mexico the couple will be at _ Home in Blytheville. Mrs. Bui Wyatt was hostess out of the Depths the study of the psalms was continued when the women society of Christian service of the first United methodist Church held Circle meetings monday. Mrs. E. B. Gee or. Was hostess for group one. Mrs. Joe Craig a guest presented the study. Mrs. J. W. Adams conducted the devotional and mrs. W. L. Horner chairman presided at the meeting. Mrs. J. C. Fortune was a guest when Circle two met with mrs. June of Keefe. Mrs. Hildred Bunch chairman presided mrs. John de Regenold led the devotional and mrs. James guard taught the lesson. Cir Tathree met in the Home of mrs. Roy Gabrielson for a study led by mrs. C. R. Ras Nic. Mrs. Ray Harrison chairman of the Circle conducted the devotional. Mrs. Charles Brock led the study when Circle four met in the Home of mrs. Charles e. Crigger Iii. Mrs. Wayne Workman is chairman of the Circle and mrs. Gordon Caffey presented the devotional. Circle five was entertained in the Home of mrs. D. E. Newberry. Mrs. C. A. Glidewell chairman of the Circle presided and mrs. 0. E. Quellmalz led the trophies Given to top collectors when Circle six met at the trophies donated by Church for a study conducted Meacham jewelry were pre by mrs. George Hubbard or. Seated to Deanna Briley me mrs. Roland Bishop presided Lody Reese 311 1 Leslie Bray at and mrs. W. A. Sheddan attend-1 the meeting of the Junior Mem Edas a guest. The next Circle meetings will be held on dec. 13 in the following places circles one and six in the Home of mrs. E. B. Gee Circle two will hold a covered dish luncheon at the Church Circle three will meet with mrs. Ray Harrison Circle four will have a covered dish luncheon at the Church Circle five with mrs. C. A. Glidewell. Celebrating his birthday last saturday morning was John Foster the 18-year-old son of or. And mrs. P. D. Foster or. Game winners were Dennis Sullivan and Karen Foster. Later the same Day it was a double birthday party honouring Joey Wilson,6, and Mark Wells 8, the sons of or. And mrs. Larry Wilson and or. And mrs. Mike Wells. Of the 28 guests attending Michael Harris and Mark Wells were the winners of the games. Jack Melvin jr., was honoured on his 10th birthday monday afternoon when 20 friends joined him for a party. Dennis Sullivan and the honoree won the games. Jacks parents Are or. And mrs. Jack Melvin. Also on monday Robert Martin son of or. And mrs. Floyd Martin was honoured on his seventh birthday. Twelve guests attended with Robert Martin being the game Winner. Terry Hancock son of or. And mrs. Gerald Hancock celebrated his Lith birthday tuesday afternoon with a skating party. Gayla Spence and Cathy Greer were the game winners among the 21 guests attending. On wednesday afternoon Marcey Sullivan daughter of or. And mrs. Bob Sullivan was honoured on her eighth birthday. Twenty four guests attended with Jan Williams and Dennis Sullivan being the game winners. Threet Sanders vows said in Steele Church miss Deborah Alexander i lace. Long tapered sleeves Threet became the Bride of came to a Point at the wrists. Gary Royal Sanders at the a Border of lace at the hem first Baptist Church in Steele line and lace appliques accent on saturday evening oct. 30. De the skirt. Lace also Border parents of the couple Are or. De her full length Mantilla veil and mrs. Coleman Threet and of White silk illusion. Or. And mrs. Royal Sanders she carried a variegated nose All of Steele. Gay of Pink yellow Blue and the Rev. James f. Mccrary White carnations entwined with pastor of the Church officiated Whie tube roses and lilies of the at the 8 00 of clock service. Valley. Wedding vows were pledged rom whistle was Best Man before an Arch of Green Box j and Ushers were John Sanders Wood entwined with White brother of the bridegroom and and red roses. Baskets of White Don Threet brother of the mums were on either Side of Bride. The Arch and were flanked by the Mother of the Bride wore brass Candle Trees burning White a beige crepe dress with match tapers and White pedestals top ing accessories. Mrs. Sanders Ped with greenery in Large j chose a Shantung suit in ice White urns. Blue with Matching accessories. Red and White Satin ribbon both mothers wore White cym entwined with White Smilax de a certes j4aue 1/yleetinys plans were made to collect for the mothers March of dimes when the Blytheville Jaycee Tes met for their regular monthly business meeting last thursday. Mrs. Denver Boggard vice president presided at the meeting. Members voted to give thanksgiving and Christmas i baskets to a needy family. Mrs. Tommy Curtis gave a speak up entitled a what a Jay Bette Means to me a and an orientation was Given by mrs. Frank Sparks. Mrs. Farrell Kinkead was welcomed As a new member. The prayer was led by mrs. Ray Gill. All Jaycee wives Are invited to attend the next business meeting on dec. 9 at the Jaycee building. Conducted the preamble. Net dolls to be Given at Christmas were worked on by the 16 members attending. Members brought canned goods hers of the american legion to the meeting to be Given to auxiliary monday. The awards a needy family and made were made to the Trio for plans to hold their Christmas having collected the most j party and dinner on dec. 6. Money during the recent poppy j the Closi Vas de Sale drive. Total Money collect a de in the drive was $243.72. Mary Euen Poole Mary Peters led the pledge Susan and Roma Nelson were of allegiance and Leslie Bray hostesses for the social hour. Mrs. Peek hosts Flat Lake he club a program on crewel em-1 residents at geriatrics inc Al Broider was Given by mrs so during the business session Bur tie Hawks when the Flat mrs. May was named the new Lake he club met thursday in reporter replacing mrs. Ray the Home of mrs. A. R. Peek mond Zachry who resigned. It was announced that the Christmas party will be held at the Mississippi county electric building during the county Council meeting on dec to. Members Are requested to take a child a gift to the meeting. A memorial was voted by the members to the building fund of the first Baptist Church in memory of mrs. W. J. Port lock a member of the club. Mrs. Metzger was the Winner of the door prize. The meeting on dec. 16 will be an afternoon party in the Home of mrs. Henry Woods with mrs. Grigsby As the co hostess. Coated the Prie Dieu. Pews were marked with cascades of White Smilax tied with red bows. Ronnie Yarbrough Cousin of the Bride was Candle lighter. Nuptial music was presented by mrs. Kathleen Michie. Miss Denise Threet attended her sister As maid of Honor and wore a dress of red celanese designed with Empire Waist and two Large wedding Bells Long fitted sleeves. White lace i made by the Mother of Didium orchids. The parents of the Bride hosted a reception at the Church following the ceremony. The brides table was covered with a White Satin cloth entered with a candelabrum entwined with red berries and White Satin bows and burning five White tapers. The columned wedding cake topped with was the accented the a shaped neckline Groom. Mrs. Rom whistle and bits of news mrs. Joe Duston Welters and children Ben and Deedee of Gainesville fit., Art Here visiting or. Woltersz grandmother mrs. Margaret Effie May. And her White Pearl Headpiece was accented with red silk illusion. She carried a Long stemmed White mum. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a full Lenth Empire designed gown of White dotted Swiss Over Satin. The fitted bodice featured a standing neckline accented with Steele. Miss Madeline Gibbons served assisted by mrs. Paul Yarbrough and mrs. Harry Burton. Guests were registered by miss Diana Threet sister of the Bride and Rice bags were distributed by miss Paula Farley Cousin of the Groom. The couple will reside in Lone Oak he club # meets with mrs. Wade miss Cole Extension Home economist for North Mississippi county mrs. Roy Johnson of Memphis mrs. Elmer Owen mrs. Arthur Penter and mrs. Effie of Neal were guests when the Lone Oak he club met tuesday with mrs. Mack Wade. A thanksgiving emotional was Given by mrs. Tassie Robertson and members answered the Roll by telling what they had done to help a needy family. Eye openers were shown by mrs. E. R. Riggs mrs. Floyd Phillips mrs. Max Riggs and mrs. Wade. A demonstration on doing crewel work was Given by mrs. Max Riggs and Leader reports were presented by mrs. Ethel Brittain and mrs. Phillips. Birthday offerings were Given by mrs. Lewis Ingram and mrs. Robertson. Members made plans to hold a workshop on nov. 30 at the Home of mrs. Robertson and the next regular meeting on dec. 16 will be a Christmas party at the Home of mrs. Max Riggs. Plans were also made to eighteen members one new member mrs. Floyd Harper and one guest mrs. Taft Metzger attended. The devotional was Given by mrs. C. M. Abbott and the Roll Call was answered by telling of a Good deed done for a needy family. Eye openers were shown by miss Pearl Lee mrs. Margaret Effie May mrs. Presnell mrs. Bob Grigsby mrs. Bill Rodgers mrs. Peek mrs. Marie Davis mrs. Hawks and mrs. C. G. Scherer. Members made plans to Send fabric scraps to be used by the coming events monday first Christian Church cwt executive Board la a.m., luncheon 12 00 noon program 1 00 . Christian menus Fellowship first Christian Church 6 30 . Christ United methodist a pcs 7 30 . Wesleyan Guild dinner meeting Wesley Hall first United methodist Church 6 30 . Women a society Circle seven first United methodist Church with mrs. Tommy Young 7 30 . American legion auxiliary Little hut 8 00 . Beacon Baptist Wmk Circle meetings Fairview Wmk with mrs. Earl King 7 30 . Joy Rebekah Lodge 57, 2148 Edwards 7 30 . Rebekah Lodge 18, roof Hall 7 30 . Razorback tri Mettes tops club hospitality room National Bank 7 15 . Tuesday business and professional women a club dinner meeting drummer boy 7 00 . Eastern Star chapter 279, masonic Temple 8 00 . Yarbro Baptist Emu at the Church 7 30 . Junior women s missionary group first Assembly of god Church 1 30 . Dell kiwanis club school cafe orium 7 30 . Odd Fellows Lodge 108% n. 2nd, 8 00 . Wednesday Armorel Emu at the Church 7 30 . Thursday cotillion club Tea dance Blytheville country club 6-10 . Bits of news mostly personal or. And mrs. Woody Anderson of Miami fla., formerly of Blytheville Are the parents of a daughter Amy Elizabeth first born nov. 7. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. E. F. Cochran and or. And mrs. W. R. Anderson All of Blytheville. Mrs. Bowen hosts Xixi members of Xixi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi conducted a House to House Campaign for the March of dimes tuesday evening before meeting for a social in the Home of mrs. Billy Bow Jen. A thanksgiving theme was used in decorating the Home in games of dubs Bridge mrs. Joseph Couch won High mrs. O. M. Mitchell won Low and mrs. W. J. Cupples was second High Winner. The next meeting a business and program session will be Murr Osceola nightly at 7 30 last time today Quot scandalous John Quot Elias Osceola a Fri. A sat. A suit. 2 a rated a Sun. A Mon. A tues. Kirk Douglas in hold a supper thursday night at i held in the Home of mrs. David the Arkmo Power building. Miles on dec. 7. Panaca Sion a Altman Coo a a National general i chutes release features invitation to ruin Quot a and Quot the mothers Quot no one under 17 admitted proof of age required Ritz last Day at 2-7-9 Yul Brynner in Quot Catlow Quot or starts Sun. At 2-7 30 a Hal Walus a Hoot out a Universal picture a technicolor starve last time tonight Quot son of blubber Quot and Quot wild country Quot starts Sun. R Lima. M a plus a Quot hang pm High Quot

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