The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 13, 1952
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SATUKDAY, DEC. 13, 1052 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE mm Phone 4461 -our Entertain Mth Christmas Party at Hotel A Chrlstmns party plven at Hotel Noble last nl?ht for the teen- ige crowd, when Mells Pay Sallba. iavshtcr oJ Mr. and Mrs. Fred a. 5?lrta, Rene George, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rene George. Sr., Darolyn Clement, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Barney Clement, and terry Ellis, son of Mr. anci Mrs. Bits of News Itlostlij l^ersonal I. t Buidelte PBA Club was In Jonesboro yesterday lor the federation meeting at Arkansas State College Those who took parts on program were Mabel Crook, Shirley Burks Nancy Dixon. Berl Bevill and Ami Crook. Couple Marries In Leachville LEACHVILLE — Mis* Erma Sut Buck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs D, IT. Buck, Leachviile, became th bride of Edward M. Crough o Washington, D. C., 'at 5 p.m. Sat urday afternoon In the present ot the Immediate families and Rathcrln^ of friends. The \veddin was solemnized In the home o the Rev. J. S. Jones, pastor of th Church of Christ, Lcachville. acne Ellis, entertained. About 125 guests attended the affair which was given in the Miror Room. Forming the decorations were a large lighted Christinas tree rr 1 ottrtM' Yulettde ornaments. The refreshments table centered xvith a miniature Christ mas Iree which was surrounded by a cluster- of different colored shiny ?V.s sprinkled wllh gttUer. During the evening, Mrs. Eddie Saliba entertained with piano selections. The RiicsLs spent (he evening In playing party games and dancing. Chaperones other than parents included Mrs, Andrew Moses. Miss Bally Saliba, and Mrs. Leroy Huddles ton. Out-of-town guests were Shirley Oeorge. Sylvia Ellas. Bill Ellas, Merry Kendricks, all of Osccola, Adelade Williams of Marked Tree, •nd Judy Edwards of Leachville. Mrs. E. B. Gee Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Worth Holder spent Thursday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Moody and son, Kent, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wilson and son. Joe, and Mrs. Miford Miller in Maiden, Mo., this week visiting Mrs. John Overman. Among shoppers in Memphis yes- erday were Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. . W. Affllck and Mrs. E. B. Gee. Tony Birmingham, who is sta- oned with the SlOOlh Equipment epair Squadron In Japan and has own with several missions over Korea, has been promoted to serge- nt. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. . S. Birmingham. Miss Mollie Autry of Buritetle is ne of the six Arkansas State Col- ege students featured as soloists In he presentation of "The Messiah" t the college this Thursday. A mez- o Boprano. Miss Autry will sing "He Shall Feed His Flock." She Is a mtsic major, a member of the Col- ege Choir, a band majorette and a member ol the Alpha Omlcrou P Williams, daughter of Mrs. K. Gee entertainer Thursday at her home, when she j'^j^s hostess to members of the I'wlursdav Club and two guests. Mrs "IT;.- M. Regenold and Mrs. M. A [ Isaacs. A luncheon ,,«•»! served from th I dining room table, where guests wer seated. The centerpiece was forme [ Ivom an arrangement of ~Chrl5tma balls, flanked by two miniatur I white tr^es. In the afternoon, bridge game were conducted. First place went t [ Mrs. Russell Phillips with secon to Mrs. Regenold. ensemble which featured a light blue shirt with a black fitted Jacket trimmed in contrasting blue. Her accessories were of white and at her .shoulder was pinned a white orchid. Miss Lucille Buck, sister of the bride, served ns maid of honor and only feminine attendant. She was dressed In a black velvet dress wllh a «x>oue neckline trimmed in pearls. Her acc'S'orles were black and white and her corsage was white carnations. J lj. Bollfnger. Manila, served sorority. Adalade Church Meeting Held by Baptists The Mississippi County Federation of Business Women's Circles met at Trinity Baptist Church Thursday night with 65 attending tV? banquet and meeting. Mrs. Harman Godson presided Mr. and Mrs. Spence Williams of Marked Tree, is the guest of Melia Saliba and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba. for the week end. She came especially for the Christmas party given last night at Hotel. Noble. Mr. and Mnfi. Ira Fulton Jones. Jr.. of Fort Smith announce the birth of their first child, a son. yesterday at a Fort Smith Hospital. He has been named Russell Fulton. Mrs. Jones is the former Miss Joanne Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crosslin and children are the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore and daughter, Sandra. Mrs. John Hudson will leave Monday accompanied by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woorlson, where she will join her husband in El Paso. The Woodson's will remain for Christmas. Mr. Crough as best^man. The couple left for a two weeks' wedding trip to New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Crough will make their home in Washington. D, C., where he is employed as an engineer. Mrs. Crougli Is s graduate of Manila High School and attended Arkansas State College. She was formerly employed as » teacher in the Manila Public School system. Christmas Party Given in Home Mrs. James H. Gill entertained with a Christmas party at her home last night,.honoring her son, Gary. The 20 guests played games throughout the evening, under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Britlaln 'and Virginia Scarborough. Prizes went to the following children: J. A. Thorpe, Billy French, James Brogdon, Lindel Lambert, Carol Brlttatn and Sharon GUI. Hoi chocolate and cookies were served from the dining room table. Mrs. Gill was assisted in serving by STOIIV HOUR PARTY GIVEN — Grade school children attending "Story Hour" at the Blytheville Public Library were entertained this morning-with a party by members of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary, who sponsor the project, and Mrs. Ira Gray, Librarian. The party nrarked the close of an attendance contest between the schools. Books will be presented to the school libraries of winners. Mrs. Dick J. White, and Mrs. Freeman Roh- Insoir, chairman, presented a program of Christmas stories and carols. Mrs. White's selections in- cluded "Little Red Shoes" and "Great Claus and Little Claus" from Hans Christian Anderson, and "How Six Traveled 'Through the World" from Grimms' Tales, From the Chlldcraft Series, Mrs. RoVjinson chose "Christmas Eve on Beacon Hill" by Frances Cavannh, and two stories, "Little Jante's Christmas" by Virginia Smith, and .''Lucy's Christmas" by Aim Molloy. Tiny Santa's b'oots filled with' gmn and candy were presented as favors to each of the children. Coming Events Saturday - Variety Club Christmas party Is at the Jaycccs club beginning i-t 8:30 p.m., with buffet supper s\ midnight. The event is a party, with Mr, and Mrs. Kcmper Bruton and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hay lies entertaining, Monday Trinity IlnpUst Church Women's Missionary Union has 1 p.m, busl- 1 ness and Roynl Service meeting at church, Business Women's Circle meets with Mrs. Hobby Webb at 302 Cherry at 7:30 p.m, Katie Hat ton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church has Christmas party at tome ot Miss AdaUne Lee. Mrs. E, R. Mason Is hostess to Vow an* Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at the Pavrisli louse. Members of the Women's Society of First Methodist Church meet as ollows: Circle One with Mrs. P. E. Ulack for a I p.m. luncheon; Circle Two with Mrs, E. B. Gee at 2:30' p.m.; Circle Three with Mrs. Harry A Knlncfi at 2:30 p.m. vith Mrs. G. G. Ilubbard, Jr., co- Club Party Is- Given in Home Mrs. Leon Scherer entertained members of the Thursday Rook Club and guests Thursday at her home . Mrs. Don Allen and Mrs. Ixinnia BoydsUm were guest players of the club. A Christmas theme ucu> used, and further carried out by handpalnted tallies. Winners were Mrs. Neville ulalte- more. first place. Mrs. W. B. Mayo, second, and Mrs. BoydEton, rooko. Mrs. Lloyd Brittaln." French and Miss OES Installation To Be Held Here Dec. 30 is the date chosen by members of Order of the Eastern Star for the installation, which is to be open to the public. Officers to be installed include Mrs. Dale Horn, worthy matron; P. E. Scott, worthy patron; Mrs. Elbert Alley, associate matron; Elbert Alley, associate patron; Mrs. Earl Damon, conductress; Mrs. Alton Hardy, associate conductress. Others are Mrs. Frank Kills, Adah; Mrs. K. E. Scott, Ruth; Mrs. Alvin Hardy. Esther; Mrs. Elmer Norman, Martha; Mrs. Marie Childress, Electa; Mrs. Burks Barker, chaplain; Mrs. Clarence Dowdy, marshal; Mrs. Shields Edwards, warder; Mrs. Roy Bagley. organist; Mrs. Ons Eberdt, treasurer; Mrs. Osceola News By BETTYE NELLE STARR He Jane Rodders, and a reading, "A Christless World" was given by Miss Marian Mayes. ov?r the business and Mrs. D. W. In the fellowship hour- each per- V at lock of Osceola was In charge | son gave H gift [ O r the Baptist or- o" the program, "Christmas for ] phanage. Miss Bernice Overman Christ." Carols were led by Nfiss BH- gave tvJe dismissal prayer. Woman's Club Christmas Party Held Jennings Bailey, secretary; Fulton Elite, sentinel. Mrs. Yesterday marked the annual ChristmBs party for members of the Woman's Club, when they met |> the club for a program given by Home Department led by Mrs. j. C. Droke. A Christina* motif .was used throughout the entertaining roomi. An arrangement of green foliage Tt-as on the mantel with a lighted tree, the point of interest. On the piano with two miniature trees formed from crinoline and candles. Nandin* berries, holly ,and Christmas baJl* formed other decorations. Sew-Easy Lingerie Set Mrs. O. w. Dlllahunty opened the leeting by offering prayer. Mrs. elen Carr of the Home Service De- artmeiit of Ark-Mo Power, who as introduced by Mrs. Todd Harison, demonstrated table decora- ions for the yuletide season, end \ade a Christinas candle cake. Th Boys Junior High Glee Club, nder the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry, presented several Christmas arols. Refreshments were served from a eft table overlaid with a maderla ;utwork cloth. Branched candelabra holding green candles, with base garlanded by holly, formed the :enterplece. Punch, assorted party :oods and cake were served the more ,han 50 members attending, and the rlee Club. Hostesses Included Mrs. v.'O. Holland, \Mrc. T. Fitzslmmons, Mrs Floyd Haraison. Mrs. Morris Zellner Mrs. A. 8. Harrison, Mrs. W. A Holllngs worth, Mrs Theo Logan Mrs. Wllilam E. Whlttaker, Mra John McHaney, Mrs. J. P. FYlend Mrs. Wlnfred Wyatt, Mrs. F. E.| Ut ley, Mrs. T. L. Husband and Mrs F B. Joyner, Preceding the party, the members of the executive board gathered for a short business session, presided over by Mrs. C. A. Tant. Instead of '!.; traditional exchanging of gifts among members, each member brought a gift for a verteran in the hospital. Music Recital Presented Here Fowhton School of Music Christmas piano recital was presented Thursday night at the Women's Club. The program consisted of classical numbers and Christmas carols. Participating were the following students: Kay Jobe, Nan Milter, Martha Lee Hart, Mary Tarver Stevenson/Lucy CftUdlll, John Caudill, Ann Bailey, Jackie Frazler, Vickl Clark, Peggy Sue Lucius, Carol Frankum, Shirley Dodson, Sammy Ann Prinun, Sally Jo Elliott, Davey Kay Whltfleld, Reggie Kellems, Sara Llndqutst, ,EdwIn Cure, Harding Cute, " Linda. Lovi Wall, Judy Cohoon, Mae Berl Bevill, Billy Lutes. Achievement awards for exctl- ence in practice and improvement were presented to Sara LlndqulsE, first place, Ann Bailey, second, Edvin Cure, Carol Frankum, Mae Berl Bevill and Vickl Clark, third. Following the program, Christinas cookies and iced drinks were served and the students and their guests were entertained by dancing. Baptist Class Has Dinner Meeting Mrs. Wade Reeves and Mrs. Carl Wallace were hostesses to members of the FideHs Class of the Firsi Baptist Church and their husbands Thursday night. Other guests Included the Rev and Mrs. E, C. Brown. --.,. A turkey dinner was served from a table overlaid with white cutwork cloth, and, centered v;ith a low bou quet of red carnations flanked b> red candles. Other Christmas deco rations were used throughout thi house, A manger scene was set in front of the flreplace. The Rev. Mr. Brown the in vocation and the devotional, "Pric Tags," was given by J. P. Frieru Mrs. C. E, Johnson, teacher, spok. In the evening. Mead's Personnel Has Dinner-rDance • Personnel and guest* of Mead's met last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E, Kmidten. and later went to Hotel Noble for their annual dinner dance. Those attend Ing were Mr. and I Mrs. Herb Chllds, Mr. and Mre.' Arthur Weaver, Mn. and Mrs. O. E. Knudscn, Mayor and Mr*. Dan lulodgett, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, Miss Mablc McKay, Don Kobagher, Miss Suzle Ma tehee. Miss Mollie Sherwood ot Holland, James Cas- sldy and Miss Ann Howard. Silver and green foliage and red and green candles forrntd the table decoration,*.. Fidelas Class Ts Given Party Mrs. Louis Oarnei entertalne members of the Fidelas Class Trinity Baptist Church with Christmas party when 12 membf and one guest attended. Mrs. Frank Sawyers gave the de votional. After games were conduc- First in the series of parties for e 1953 seniors, was the ' turkey nner Mrs, Edward Segraves gave r son, Sherrod, his class and the gh school faculty last week, iroughout the house, Christmas eenery and vlvtd red berries gave holiday atmosphere to the party. The Junior Progressive Club met ionduy night with Mrs. Fate Hnr- Lon, Miss Ruby Annabel and Mrs red Davis as co-hostess, for their iinual Christmas ^change. party and glfl Canasta furnished the evening's utertalnment with, Mrs. Ralph Vilson winning high and Mrs. Joe larlin second. Mrs. Doris Hnst- waa' the only guest At the oncluslon, the hostesses served aiad plate. Mrs. L. D. Massey, Mrs. Charleii' Vatson and son, Larry, visited in Memphis Tuesday. ^ostess; Circle Four Mrs. Christmas Party Given For Club Mrs. R. A. Porter was hostess and Mrs. S. E. Tune co-hostess yesterday at the Porter home for a Christ- party civen for members of the Friday Club. All members attended Ilia luncheon meeting, at which, they exchanged gifte. A cluster of shiny Christmas balls, iield In a sliver lacy basket formed ,he centerpiece for the luncheon table. The basket was flanked on ench side by a small tree made of balls. Greenery and red candles were on the buffet, and forming the point of interest in the living room was a Christmas tree. 'Hie afternoon was spent playing bridge. James Flill. Jr.. at 2:30 p.m. at 424 N. Ninth, wllh Mis. H. L. Harp and Mrs. B. M. Matthews, co-hostesses; Circle Five with Mrs. George Hnle at Burdette nt 2;30 p.m.; Circle Six with Mrs. Byron Moore for n 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. I.non Burns ns co-hostess; and Circle Seven with Mrs. Bian Heath at 901 Holly-with Mrs. Invin Glass as co-hostess. Tuesday Anmml Chrlimas tree and partj at Calvary Baptist Church fo Woman Heads Flying Service PROVIDENCE. R. I, MPj—Because Mnry Ann Ltppitt, who learned to fly eight years ago, didn't want to waste that ability, she is now the only woman operator of a charter ilnnc service in the state, The Mppltt Aviation Corp. has our planes and gives flying Instructions, having had as many as 30 students enrolled tit one time. Miss Uppltl, daughter of the late U.S. Sen. Henry F. Llppitt, has almost 3,000 solo flying hours to her credit. She says women make pood pilots. They learn slower in the beginning and ate more timid than men, but they are exceedingly careful. IJli Burdette PTA Holds Meeting Fifty members of Burdette Par- mt-Teachers Association met at ,he school Thursday for a study course, "Fears of Children," given jy Mrs. Annabel Fill and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. The program opened with n. song >y Billy Lutes and a playlet was given by Mrs. G. W. Wlggs' fourth ;rade pupils. Mrs. Clexton Kubanks JAVC the devotional, "If We Have Peace—/' Mrs. Charley Stnlcup gave the president's message, followed by .he business session. Mrs. Coiiway Duncan presided sfid appointed Mrs. Doyle Turner Founders Day program chairman to replace Mrs. Hugh Wright who has moved'. Mrs. Elbert Johnson and the hnme economics students served refreshments, Room coirht went to Mrs. Wiggs and Mrs, John Roden. ie ^oAfnal6 Blytheville HMpl^al Dismissed : Charles Slayton, Holland Robert Neal, Holland Mrs. W. Parrlsn, City Wall! Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. L. Morrison, Lilbourn Mrs .Dorothy Wright, Steele Mrs. A, E. itlnkade, Memphis Mrs. H. ConLey, City Donna Baker, City Billy Hughe*, City Women's Missionary Union and Business Women's Circles. Y. M. Birthday Club meet* with Mrs, Clyde Lutes at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Women of the First Presbyterian Church have general meeting at 2:30 p.m. "at church. Yarbro School Christmas progrnm U to be presented at 1 p.m. combined with regular meeting of PTA. Mrs. Cornelius Modtnger entertains Town and Country Club, Mrs. Paiil Jobe ts hostess a t Christmas Party for members of Club Eight. Mrs. H. C. Sims Is hosicsj to members of the Wednesday Club with ft luncheon at Country Club. Thursday Mrs, Roy Moore entertalni member? of the Semi-Canasta. Members of the Tuesday Bridge Club and their husbands are being entertained by Mrs. Jesse Taylor at a dinner-party. Members of the Thursday Rook Club meet at the Rnzorbnck for A 1 p.m. luncheon, and Chrlstmns Columbus Officer Found Opossum AUSTIN, Tex. Wi—The discoverer of the American opossum was a ship captain of Columbus, Vicente Yancz Pinzon, says Dr. Carl G. Hartman In his recently published book. "Po.'sums." The discovery was made Feb. 8, 1500, ami the opossum was \ater presented at the court of Ferdinand and Isabella, says the author who Is now associate director of the' Orlho Research Foundation, Raritnn, N.J. The opossum young Is born an embryo and incubates in the abdominal pouch, a process which Dr. Hartmnn has observed and recorded plctorlally In his book. party. Mrs. Jo« McHancy is hostess* for a Christmas Dinner party for mem-' bcrs of the CEO. Mid-Week Club meet* with Mn. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. .Dick Watson la hostess with a Christinas party for members of TLE. Saturday Dec. 20 la date chosen for Ladies EJay Christmas parly at Country Club. A program of special musto will be presented. Mrs. Arthur Vanc» is In charge of reservations. Church 301 So 1st Blythevill* Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 pirn. At All Times Admission Me & 39c By Sue Burnett You can replenish your lingerie wardrobe In no time—and inexpensively, too—with this lovely slip and gown pair. And sew-eafiy for the beginner with few pattern pieces, a clearly Illustrated sew chart. Pattern No. 8593 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14, 15, 18. 20; 40, 42. 44. 46. 4«. 50. 52. Size H. slip- 2?» yards of 39-Inch gown. 3 r '. yards. For this pattern, send 30c in f »^7OINS. your name, addre.-s. size de- I ''^irert, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 376 G 'ntv St., Chicago 6. III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue is tilled with Ideals for smart, practical sewing for R new s—.!on; cift pattern printed Inside the book. 25c. for the COURIER NEWS ; in Osceola, call BILLY BEALE, 567-M ed, gilLs were exchanged and a r> Arkansas and Michigan both have the, apple blossom as their official state flower. clal hour spent, Mrs. C. R. Rob hostess served refreshments. 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