The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 16, 1952
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PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER' NEWS TUESDAY, DEC. 16, 1MI . Pat Mullinj. Society Editor PboD* U61 January Wedding Is Planned by Former Resident Mr. »nd Mrs. J. K. Hensley of Paducah, Ky,. and formerly of niy- ttoevllle, have announced the engagement of their daughter; Miss * Ann Maree Hensley. lo James C. Watklns. son of Mrs. Virginia Valentine, of Dearborn, Mich., and Cifford Wntklns of Paducah. Miss Hensley was graduated from Central High School, Cape Girar. deau, Mo., where she was an active member of the Sigma Alpha Sigma Sorority. She ' attended Pariiicali Junior College and the University of Mississippi where she pledged membership In the Kappa Delia Sorority. Miss Hensley Is employed by the Kentucky State Highway Department. Mr. \Vatklns. a graduate of St Mary's Academy, attended Paducah Junior College and Murray Slate College. He served two years In the Army Air Force during World War II. He Is currently employed by Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Compn- The wedding will be In early January, i Second 6-Weeks Honor Roll of Dell Released DELL— Second six week's hono roll lisb from, Dell High School w\ Renounced yesterday by Supcrln .tcndent A. E. Galdv-ell. Ninety eeven students were named. 'Seniors — Cecil Ashaforanncr Frances BnlUird, Billy Overtoil, am Joe Neal Perkins, •' . Juniors — Dqnnld Lee Barnci jimmy Chandler, Carole Ann Ln<J rier. Billy Slid ton, and Doye Wl banks. Sophomores-— Palsy Gnrrcli. No ble Gill, Jr., A. G. Moody. Lcro Richardson, OIn Kae TwcecUc, tin Margaret Whistle. Freshmen — Ray Gulp and Car olyn Jackson. ' - Eighth graders— Carolyn Snell. , '"Seventh graders — Linda Fear Frank Slgman, Gloria Twecdle ai •Larry Will.' Sixth , graders — Larry Jnckso - Raccle Rngsdale. Llndn 'Sininso Elizabeth Tid\vell, Gnstorr Tavlo Jean WUbanks. and Charles Wa •on. Fifth graders — Jntnes Abbott. Jerry Brown, Mary Crawford, Jeaneile Downing, Sally Fltzwaler, , Rachel 'Gray, Ida Helms, Brenda ••^Nicholas nnd Dorothy Simmons. •f ''Fourth graders— 'Louise' Bntlnrd, Kathye Ann Co Id well, ' Brcndn .Fears. Bonnie Hall, Sandra Keener, 'Ruby Dowdy, Ann Phillips, Shirley /Khonds, ^fary Jo Rogers, Sclinsi . Vftlbanks, stoy Long. Third graders — Ruth Abbott, Brenda Applegatc, Tommy. Ciilhoun r Jim Gill, Bobby Henderson, [sinry Virginia, Patricia, Phillips, Sue Ramey. Jimmy Stockton, Donna Kay Sanders. Sandra Sigumn and )sceola Party Honors Recent Bride OSCEOLA—Among the week enil j dining room by Mrs. Harry Mat- clnl events was the tea honoring I lock, Mrs. Arch Cakhlngs and Mrs. recent bride, Mrs. Johnny Earl] peck, the former Miss' Hetty Lou all of. Koiser, given by Mrs. Mcl- n Speck, mother of the groom, id his aunt, Mrs. Jack Wilson, at ie Speck home on West Semtnes. At the door to greet tho 250 icsts were the honoree, her moth- r, Mrs. Wick Hall, and the two ostesses. The honoree was wcar- ig a ballerina length cocktail ress In a soft shade of powder The full bouffant skirt worn ver a crinoline petticoat com- •oscd of fl deep hem line and belt- d wnlst. She pinned a purple or- ild lo her belt. Tho fitted botl- o featured a ttiilp top edged in ycd Ince to match her dress. Her mtchlng shoes completed the out- t. Mrs. Hall wore a rustling taffeta ftcrnoon dress In ballerina length dark 'hhade of brown with mbrofdery, highlighting the skirt. 1rs. Speck was gowned In an all ver chantltly lace afternoon dress n white. The full pleated skirt W.IK ttached to a form-fitting bodice which featured a Peter-Pan collar ind buttoned up the front with hlnestone buttons. Mrs. Wilson wore a Christmas ed taffeta semi-formal short engIn frock. The skirt featured a >elal oversklrt which accentuated he plnched-In wnlst line. The .hrce pinned- gardenia corsages at .heir shoulders. The guests were ushered Into the Jctlle Driver. Mrs. Matlock was attired In a cocktail frock of deep honey tone Ince. Mrs. Catchings wore a vivid red all-over lace afternoon dress, and Mrs. Driver wore a black chiffon which featured A lace top over petal-ptnk chiffon. They also wore gardenia corsages. The dining table was overlaid h an Imported ecru lace cloth. Centering the table was an arrangemcn of white carnations and whiti stock with puffs of French illusion Mrs. Bruce Ivy and Mrs, Bob Oil lesple presided at the coffee serv Ices. .Mrs. Ivy' was attired In hyacinth blue starched faille alter .noon dress and Mrs. Glllesple wn gowned In a black chiffon cockta dress. The entire dress was sprln kled with tiny rows of silk tap forming small circles. The tw wore gardenias. Mrs. Charles Rib Inson wore a black afternoon dres. with white accents. The bodlc featured a vest of while extcndln to a very high- mandarin colla: She pinned a gardenia In her hal She served the liny bride-cake topped with bells. Throughout the lower part of th house, white magnolia leaves gll terlng under the lights were used In profusion which gave a bridal atmosphere to the party. Guests from Joiner. Frenchman* Bayou, Basset!. Odder. Driver, Kclser, Wilson and Luxora attended the affair. Bits of News ffloilty j-^erionaC 7 Baptist Circles Have Programs Jimmy TidweU. Second graders ' Brenda Alexaml- ,er, Shirley Blair,' Sue Brown, Don The members of Seven circles' of, :he Women's Missionary Union of -he First Baptist Church gathered 1 circle at the homes of members yesterday for their Chrlstmns programs, Mrs. E. L. Hale was hostess to eight members ot Circle One for a program, Mrfi. C. E. Evans opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb presented a Christmas story. Mrs. Evans gave a devotional. "Are . YOU Rendy (or Christmas?" The.meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Shelbourne Drewer. Nine members of Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. C. W.'Affllck. when Mrs. Wilbur Denning was leader of the program. Mrs. Jim Crafton gave the ppcn- hjg prayer and Mrs. Oennlng' gave he devotional. Mrs. E. E. Stevens, Mrs. W.' W. Mitchell ami Mrs. Ben \bbott took parts on the program nnd Mrs. Abbott, closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. LLoyrt Stlckmon was hostess to 10 members ofiCIrcle Thrcc,\yriith fihn was also leader of the program Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the open- Ing prayer and devotional. Mrs Reese Woolen and Mrs. Joe Atkln took parts on the program. Mrs Alvin Huffman dismissed. Mrs. Ted King was hostess to 1 members of Circle Pour. "What M Christmas Offering Can Do." wa the program led by, Mrs. Russcl Marr. Christmas carols were sun by the group and Mrs. Claranc Johnson gave Ihe devotional. Thos on program wpre Mrs. N. F. Mar shall, Mrs, Forrest Moore. Mrs. I Charles McWalcrs as leader ot the program, "Christmas Story Scripture and Carols." Those taking parts were Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. Tom Jnckson. Mr. Leslie Moore, Mrs. W. Colston. Mrs, Alvin Hardy. Mrs. M. Williams, and Mrs, Worth older. Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Jack- n said the closing prayers. Members of Circle Six met v^ith Irs, C. S. E,emons with seven at- indlng. Mrs. J. P. Oivcns gave the evotlonal and Mrs. R. O. Cash told ie Christmas story. Mrs. M. c. utlaw and Mrs, Lemons gave the losing prayer and the group. ex- nangeU gifts. Five members of Circle Seven ga- icred at the home of Mrs. Randal awks with'Mrs. Darrcll Swaivner s lender of the program, ''Chrlst- In Other Lands." Mrs. Swan- also gave the devotional i raycr and Mrs. F. L. Regan dls- lissed. ; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Simpson of few Albany, Miss,, were week end uesls of their parents here. Mis. Simpson Is the former Miss Katherine Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stockley ot Marlon were the overnight guests ast night ot her mother, Mrs. S. Patterson, and her grandmother Mrs. W. T. Obcrst. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson ai daughter, Myra Jane and Mr. and Mrs, Carl Wallace left today for San Diego, Calif., where they plar to spend a month, visiting the Wallace's son, Seaman Dan • Wallace and Mrs. Wallace. They wll" also visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and family have returned from Pine Bluff, where they attended the formal opening and dedication o a nesv school building that has been named for Mrs. Cure's father. K H. McFadden ot Pine Bluff. Mrs. H. L. Chambers left SaUlr day to spend the winter with he daughter. Mrs. E. G. Snipes, am family of Monroe. I.a. Sgt. First class' Bob Holding Is on Okinawa Island. This Is his second trip overseas, having spent 14 months In Korea. He Is In the 20th Infantry Regiment there, and is the son of Mrs, Linda Proctor. Sgt. and Mrs. Carlos Crawford announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, whom they have named Carolyn Lucille. The Craw- ords, who are former residents are now making their home In Crest- •lew, Fla.. where Sgt. Crawford Is jlationed. Mrs. Crawford is the- laughter ol Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Stabbs of Blytheville. Dr. and Mrs. Carl Ooetsch and !our children of Bnrkley. Calif., ire the guests of Mrs. Goetsch's sisters, Mrs. George Hale and Mrs. Hays Sullivan, nnd families. She s the former Miss Ann Tompkins.^ cleaners Class Has Dinner Gleaner* Sunday School Class nember* ot the First Baptist Church were entertained last night at the home of Mrs. H. C. BlanSccn- ship, when Mrs, John Tyrone and Mrs. Burley Slay Lou were co-hoe- ;sses, Dinner was served from small tables centered with a polrusetta centerpiece. A. lighted Christmas tree lurnised the point of Interest of decorations. •Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the devotional and Mrs. H. C. Walls was In charge of the program. Christmas carols were sung and Mrs. Lloyd Sttckmon told a Christmas story, "The Happy Prince, 1 ' Gifts were exchanged by members, Methodist Circles Meet h Homes Dinner Is Given For Baptist YWA Miss Adeline Lee wa« hostess to members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of (he First Baptist Church nl her home on East Main last night. A two-course dinner \vas served buffet style from the dining room and guests were seated at small tables. A lighted Christmas tree ar I other Yuletide decorations were u?.cd. After party games were played. the members exchanged gifts. Rid Bowman, Joari Cook, Brenda Harris, Billy Keener, Don Allen liiegeU, Frnnklc Ann Lewis, Dixie . Kay Lynn, Sue Nicholas, Andrew Rynll, Jnmcs Turner. .Tewelkline Tucker and Sherry Lee Wllf. j First graders --- Tommy Brooks, j3hirly v Ann Brooks, Janice Buck, Carolyn Benefleld, Frcldn Cole, Gerie Dorthy, Gerry Eubnnks, Pal • Edwards, Jerry Hushes, Clara Ruth Hicks. James Leon Key, Raymond .Mnrroqirln, George Marroquln, Ruddy Rogers, Gary Southard, Linda Sigmln, Edf*ar Stacy, Florence Shaneyfelt, Dennle Sharp, Dlnnne Tate, nnrt Bobby JOe Thorn. H. Brookfi and Mrs. W. M, LaFer ncy. Circle , Five members met Mrs. Jesse Secman, with Mr For This Christmas Ant' a Lifetime . . . f MORK FAMILIKS BUY . WORLD HOOK Than Any Oilier ENCYCLOPEDIA Help your children win success! Jns( $10 iloirn nnd $fi n. month brings Wo r til nook into your home. Cull Hill I'alton at HK90. Methodist WSCS Has Program Meet Members ol the Women's Society ol /Lake Street Methodist crunch met at the church last night (or a. program meeting Christmas party, and kitchen shower [or the church kitchen. Mrs. Cecil Lnsk presided over the business and Mrs. W. L. Green opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. George Shanks led the worship service, emphasizing Christmas, with a white drapeil worship center, tistlig a white candle, a picture or Christ and an open Bible at the center. Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon played "Silent Night," which was followed by the scripture reading and the singing of "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Mrs. Shanks' told ' the Christmas story and gave a prayer. She also" closed tho meeting'With prayer. : ' ]'•-•Mrs. Bob McMastcr led the games during the social hour. The refreshment table was centered with a bank of snot,' on a mirror with miniature Christmas trees and cherries In the snow. Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Strickland Parish House Is \ Scene of Program Mrs. E. R. Mason was hostess to members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at the parish house last night. Mrs. LeRoy Hnddleslon presented a devotional, which was followed by shov,'Ing of slides and films on the Washington Cathedral by Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and the Rev. W. J. Fltzhugh. During the social hour which followed, the hostess served refreshments. M«mb*n o< MM MMC Church Wom*n'» Society of Chrl»t- lan Strvlce met at the homes ol members for their monthly Circl« meeting! yeiterday. Circle One wa« entertained by Mn, p. E. Black, when 17 members attended a 1 p.m. luncheon at her home. Mra. H. W. Wylle gave the devotional and Mrs. James C. Guard told th£ Christmas story. They brought toys for the aoodfellows drive. Mrs. E. B. Gee entertained 10 members of Circle Two at her home. Mrs. C. A. Nelson gave the Christmas slory. "Legend of the Black Madonna." Mrs, Harry A. Halnes was hostess and Mrs. G. G Hubbard, Jr., was co-hostess to members of Circle Three. Mrs. Charles Czeschln gave the devotional' and Mrs. Newton Whllis gave the story. The 14 members brought food for needy families. Mrs. James Hill. Jr.. was hostess to members of Circle Four. Her co- hostesses were Mrs. E. B, Hardin. Mrs. H. L. Harp and Mrs. Ben M. Matthews for the 18 members. Mrs, Hill told the story, 'The Other Wise Man." Members of Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Oeorge Hale with 16 attending. The devotional was by Mrs. O. E. Kmidsen and the study ny Mrs. H, C. Bush. They brought food for Christmas baskets. Circle Six with n members me with Mrs. Byron Moore and Mrs T eon Burns for a 1 p.m. luncheon The Rev. and Mrs. Roy I. Bagley and Mrs. William Wyatt were guests. Mrs. Burns gave the Christmas devotional. Eleven members of Circle Seven were guests of Mrs. .Elan Heath with Mrs. Ii-vln Olass as co-hostess: Mrs. W. H. O'Kcnfe gave the story. Coming Events . "The Other Wise Man." They brought toys for the Beta Sigma Phi Christmas Party for Negro children. Women of the First Presbyterian Church have general meeting at 2:30 p.m. at church. Yarbro School Christmas program Is to be presented at I p.m. combined with regular meeting-of PTA. Mrs. t Cornelius Modinger enter- alns Town and Country Club. Mrs. Paul Jobe is .hostess al Christmas Party for members of Club Eight. Mrs. H. c. Sims Is hostess to members of the Wednesday Club with a luncheon at Country Club. Thursday Children's Christmas party at the Country Club is to be held fron 1 to 9 p.m. for children of mem bers. .Mi£sco Home Economics Club ha Christmas party at Hotel Noble a 7 p.m. Mrs. Hubert Seymore Is hostess lo a Christmas party for the Ksthe Olass of the First Party at 7:45 p.n Mrs. Roy Moore entertains mem berf of the Semi-Canasta. Members of the Tuesday Bridg Club and their husbands are bein entertained by Mrs. Jesse Taylor a a dinner party. Members of the Thursday Roo Club, meet at the Razorback for p.m. luncheon, and Christma party. Mrs. Joe McHaney is hostess fo a Christmas Dinner party lor mem bers of the GEO. Mid-Wook Club meets with Mi M. O. Usrey. ^Irs. Dick Watson Is hostess wit a Christmas party for members. hlver Bride-Elect Honored With Party DRIVER—Miss Merls Jane Macky, bride-elect of John Ellis Els- ander, was honored with a dewert inasta nt the home of Mrs. Jamei I. Etelander ol Driver .last week. A huge arrangement of greenery as in the center ol the tall red tap- rs In candelabra. Miss. Mackey wore a frock of rpwn taffeta featuring a standing ollar and full skirt. She was pre- entcd with ar. orchid. Winners of the canasta games vere Mrs. J. D. Rankln, first, J>flss Bette Bond, second, and Mrs. Wanda Henderson, third prize. Ji 3L . Muitat* Marriage Licenses- The following couples havo ob- (' .ained marriage licenses from the office ol the County Clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth BLythe Parker: T. J. Smith and Mary Lou Mc- Auleffc, bolli ot Blythevllle; Harold Wiggins, Arlington, Ky., and Roberta Beasley, LaCenter, Ky.; Henry A Ballew and Bobble Jo Eudy. both of Blytheville; Ezell N. Wilson and Blllie Jo BrimhalL both of Blytheville; J. T. Jackson. Ash Plat, and Mirlcnc Clause!, Manila; Lamar Hooper and Martha Sisk, both of Memphis. TI.E. Saturday Mrs. J. C. Lowe has Christmas musical tea for Junior High School group at 6:30 p.m. and High Schol at 8 p.m. Dec. 20 is date chosen for Ladles Day Christmas party nt Country Club. A program of special music will be presented. Mrs. Arthur Vance Is in charge of reservations. Sorority Christmas Party Members of the Bela Sigma Phi Sorority will have their annual Christmas party [or underprivileged Negro children tomorrow at the American .Legion Hut, It was an- lounccd by Mrs. Roy Ktrksey. city council president. _... : She also said that there will be I dessert course. a limited attendance this year. Only | first grade pupils from Harrison and Elm Schools may attend. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Wilson OES Officers To Be Installed WELSON —' New officers nf the Wilson Chapter No, 425 Order of Eastern Star will be installed Jan. 2 when the OF-S and the Masonic Lodge wiU hold a joint installation meeting at 7:30 p.m. In the Masonic Hall. OES officers for the coining year are: Mrs, Marlon Clark, worthy matron; Thomas WULianis, worthy patron; Mrs, Tommte Cash, associate matron; Walter Dtdlake, associate patron; Mrs. Frances Craven, conductress; Mrs. Ailcne Perry, associate conductress; Mrs. Ora Owens, secretary; Mrs. Gertie Mae Griffin, treasurer; chaplain;' marshaU; Mrs, Olive \ViUiams r organist; Mrs, Louise Lynch. Aria; Mrs. Winnie Lou Wiley, Ruth; Mrs. mdle Corbitt, Esther; Mrs. Lena BlythevUlc Hospital Dismissed: ^Tohn Mathls, Luxora. Mrs. Andy Haishmaii, Tomato, Mrs. Alfonra -Anderson, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mary Alice McWalers, city. Mrs. Bud Sparks, Caraway. Deenya Blankenship, city. Mrs. John Vanbibber, city. Mrs. Martha Barnes, Mrs. Kathryn Upton, opened the for the kitchen. Mrs. Cecil Lusk, hostess, served a HERE'S THE PERFECT GIFT FOR i THAT "NEW ARRIVAL' S IQU;: / h ,s. Just the thing lo bring little papooses homo "injun style." Toasty SIOUX MOX, baby moccasins in beautiful capeskins, hand beaded in authentic Indian designs. Cuddly and sofl with fleece linings to keep 'K precious feet warm and safe from drafts. Come in and see them. MAIL ORDERS TOO ! KICHIY FURRED HAN D BEADED CAPE S KIN S $098 2 KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store Adams, Martha; Mrs. Edith Wilson. Elccta; Mrs. Kathleen M=Nabb, warder; G. B. Craven .sentinel. Mrs. Ora Owens will serve as OES installing officer, Mrs. Maude Corbitt as installing marshall and Mrs. Ruth Slayton as chaplain. The installing officers for the Masonic Lodge will be announced lat- TOYS REDUCED UP TO, -JU70 Shoulder Pads & Helmet, Reg. 3.98 ...... 1.98 Dotl Beds, Reg. 1.59 , 98c Many other toys at Big'Reductions.' Durkees Fancy Shredded Coconut, 4 oz. pk. lOc Tangerines Dozen 15e Red Delicious Apples .,. . .dozen lOc Oranges . - each 2c Christmas Trees with Stand . . : 75c up ""We Specialize in Gift Kaskets BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 E. MAIN ST. v ON SALE NOW AT $2.50 EACH TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY "LURE OF THE WILDERNESS" A Drama that will hold you spell hound 1 Made in Gcrgia's OKEFENOKEE Swamp Jean Peters • Jefery Hunter Selected Shorts: "Hooked a Rooked" and "Football Review" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39c TUBS - WBU - THURS Double Feature iS°¥; 5*2 * -I'lus- ;^\a^M| MWS : \M Once", tW b.'*^?:. COWC Also Carloon In Down Pink Of Heaven Blue Frosted with white Iocs This simple little Bedjacke! in nylon Iflcol Will make any lady Eligible for breakfast in bed So pretty will she be I At this price sha can have it In-both colors And keep them lovely Wilh o'whisk in suds— The sizes are Small, Medium and Large The style ii 3-6-2 And the price only $6.95 RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. E. F. SliH'and family Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tea ford Mr. and Mrs. Carson Alley and family FOR SALE Beautiful'Stucco home . , . two hcdrooms, 2 (ile baliis . . . plale glass shower with (yronza base. Attic fan, wall-to-wall carpeting . . . draperies . . . floor furnace ... all cedar lined closets. Guest house in rear with complete l>alh, har<i\vood floors, knol- led pine walls, attic fan, cedar lined closets. Ideal location. Shown by Appointment only. JOHNNY MARR . . . phono 411T F. B. JOYNER . . . phone 4446 A New Supply of Flash Cameras up Choose one of thcs* Cameras now for a Christmas Gift. Use our lay-away plan Barney's Drqg CAMERA 2006 W. Main rlinnt 361 j its Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things

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