The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1952
Page 4
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FACE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! FRBUY, DML M, Society, Pat Mulliru, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Bits of News <]/if) j n f 11 loAtltt / efiionat La Nueve Club Is Given Party Mrs. Coleman Stevens was hosU-ss yesterday at the Country Club U> members of.the La Nueve Club, for I lhelr animal Christmas party, in the Green Room. Itii- luncheon table, overlaid wllh * bright red cloth and white place mats centered with a candle centerpiece. On the white-laid table, where Christmas gifts were placed, the centerpiece was a small gold angel, The mantel held a Santa Claus replica and red candles. In the afternoon's bridge game, Mrs. Ben Mac White and Mrs. Newton Whltls won prizes. Mid-Week Club is Entertained Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertained all member* ol the Mid-Week Club yesterday with a two-course luncheon at her home. A Christmas theme was used in her decorations, which consisted of a centerpiece of gold and silver, poimeuas on the mantel, a tree «nd other Yuletlde decorations. In the afternoon, bridge games provided entertainment,. Winners were Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. W L. Horner. .. Osceola' Class Has Christmas Party OSCEOLA—A Hgl.led Christmas tree, burning topers nestled In greenery, and polnsettlns clccoratet th« home of Mrs. C. M. Horton on Tuesday night for the monthly business and social '.meeting of the Gleaners Sunday School class of the Baptist church, taught by Mrs. R H. Joiicfi. Corsnges of holly and small pine cones were'pinned upon each member and guest by Mrs. T. C. Spiers as they arrived. A .soft Imckgroum of Christmas music, by records, win plnycd throughout dinner and during the devotional .meditation'giv- en by Mrs:: Cora Hogan, , During the business session con ducted by, Mis. Roy DUlard. doss president, reports from officers wen heard. Mrs."C. M. Horton, secreta • 'ry-treasurer; made a report.' Mrs. T. C. Spiers, membership Vice-president.. reported one ne\ member In November, Mrs. Bryai Rogers, making the total member nhip VI. ',•: x Mrs. Bryan Rogers was electei fellowship vice-president. A new rn ha* recently : been bought for th class room. Tt was also'voted lo hot weekly teacher and officers meetl/i on Wednesday nights followln; prayer-meeting. Gifts were exchanged during Ih social hour, Mrs. J. W. Hall was guest and Miss Cora Hogan asslste her mother in enter thtnlng. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Ktld Hogue Wilson Girl Is Married to Doctor t Canasta Club Meets For Christmas Party Mrs. Marvin Hull, enlertatne Wednesday at her home for the members o( H. and T. Ctvnas.ta Club, when they held their Christmas party. , A large Christmas tree stood In the living room, with other seasonal decorations seen throughout the house. Centering the dining room table were miniature trees. In the canasta game, Mrs. Gtdd Mft&sey won first place, with second going to Mrs. Vance Owens. Party foods and drinks were served at the conclusion. WILSON—In a selling of glowing white taper? In candelabra, floor baskets of white chrysanthemums, glricltoli and greenery, Miss Dorothy Ann Woolen focenmc the bride ol 3r. Charles Held llognc, Dec. 9. She (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbfvrd Smith Wooten of Wilson and I3r. Hogue Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. n. Hogue of Eden, Miss. The Rev. Snm WaUon officiated ,'t the double ring ceremony at the Witson Methodist Church. aptial music wn.s presented by Mrs. Clarence GriR-sby of Osccola, organist, and Mrs. Oliver B. Moore, also of Osceoln, soloist, Given in marriage by her father, i,he bride wore v a waltz-length model of chaniitly lace and tulle, mlrlft Dver clouds of net nnd bridal .satin. The long sleeves of the hlph collared jacket extended into petal is over hands fastened with tiny sclf-covercrt buttons. She wore white salln pumps. Her fingertip veil of Illusion fell from H cap of chant illy lace encrusted with pearls and she carried a white Prayer Book centered wltK gardenias. Mrs. Arch,Catching, Jr., was ma- Iron-oMionor. nnd the brlde'.s only attendant. Her gown, also waltz- length, was of blue angel wing nylon Inlle -over satin, with fitted bodice and forever planted skirt. Her matcliing salln pumps completed her costume. She carried a wedding ring corsage of rose-hued rose buds, John Baskln of New Orleans served as best man. Hubbard Smith Woolen Jr. and Ray Woolen, brothers of the brltJc, were ushers. The bride's parents entertained with a reception In the church reception hall after Die ceremony. The table was rtrnp?ii In satin. In the center \vns a three-tiered wed- ding c^ke encircled with white gardenias. Bows, formed of white mii- iine and centered with a white gardenia, were pinned on -lop and around the sides of the satin cloth. White tapers In crystal candelabra were on either end, Antique silver compotes held mints and nuts. Assisting were Mrs. Mitchell Moore nnd Miss Martha Ann Moore of Osceola and Mrs. Parker of Wilson. Mrs. Hubbnrd Smith Woolen Jr.. sister-in-law of UK- bride, was at the guest book. Mrs. Wooten chose for her daughter's wedding; a frock of purpJe luce over InfletR with navy and white accessories. Her corsage was a purple orchid. Mrs. Hogue. mother of the bridegroom, wore a dress of navy faille with navy and -white accessories and n gardenia corsage. Out-of-town • guests, besides the bridegroom's mother, were his sisters, Misses Peggy, Barbara and Betty Hogue of Crien and Mrs. Ruby Baskln of Greenwood, Miss. Tlie couple lefl on a M'eddtng trip through the eastern stales. For travel the bride wore an original suit of gray wool with brown and gray accessories." Her corsage was the gardenias from her prayer'book. The couple will live in Baltimore. Md., where Dr. Hogue is nil interne LI, C. E. Crigger, Hi. arrived this morning from Fort Bennlng. Ga., to attend the funeral of his grandfather, C. E.•Crigger, Sr. His wife, who was visiting in Tulsa, Okla., planned to arrive today with another of Mr. CrJgger's grandsons, Riisscl^ Phillips, Jr., whom she joined In FayetleviUe.' Donald HJcknian will arrive here from unlverfty of Illinois to be Ihe guest of his mother, Mrs. ^E. B. Thomas, and Mr. Thoma.s, for the Christinas holidays. Mrs. Pearl Hires left today for Union City, Tenn,, for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs, J. W. Dunn, and family. John Wilk.s. student at University of Mississippi at Oxford, has arrived to spend the holidays will his mother, Mrs, Grace Wllks. I/arry T. Moore has arrived home to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. 1.. T. Moore. .Stanley Ueen, Infant son of Mr. and MM. Eiwood Deen, who lias been seriously ill at the Blythevllte Hospital, Is now reported to be .woh Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Newton VicV Magnolia nnd Wlnfrcd VIck of Star City spent the day and ni?h Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W M. Burns. They re turned (o Star City yesterday. Winfred Vtrk is nephew of Mrs. Burn.?. The Newton VJcks are planning to locate In | Blvtheviilc soon. [ Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sanders of, Flint, MEch,, have" arrived to spend: thn holidays with her mother, Mrs.! Joe Tanner, and sister, Mrs, Gean I Ellis. And family. Miss Heard Wylie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie, will arrive home from Brownmoore School. Phoenix, Ariz,, to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents. Miss Wylie Is a member of Ihe senior class at Brownmoor. She participated in the Christmas pa- Reant. Is president of the Student Council, Is on the dean's list, honor roll, and a member of the Dramatics nnd Glee Clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach and daughter. Ml.=s June. Vcnch, and Mls.s Betty Ann Mnllins nre spending loday In Memphis/ Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Edds of Mulberry, Ark., former residents, announce tlie birth of their second child, a son, at St. Vincent's Hospital In Little Rock, Wednesday ntuht. The baby, who has been named William Clayton, has a sister. Lndrri Ellen. 17 months. Mrs. Edds Is the former Miss Billte Jean Turk of Hlythevilte. Mr. and Mr, J. H. Smart and dauehter left today for Holly Groves. Miss,, to be the guests of Mrs. Smart's pare/its, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Washington, for several weeks. Mrs. Je&e Rccder will go to Ft. Bennlng, Ga.. to be the guest of her son, Capt. James R. Reeder and family for the Christmas holidays. Capt, Reeder will be transferred to Ff. Leaven worth for special training In January, and will report for overseas duty following the training . CHRISTMAS PARTY 1IK1<D — More than 75 children attended a Christmas party held at Ihe Country Club last night from T Ul 9. During Che evening, .Christmas movies and comedies were shown and laler the guests were visited by Santa Glaus,'who gave each child a stocking filled with. candies. Refreshments were sewed at the conclusion of the activities. (Courier News Photo) period. Wayne Crouch, who Is a student it Arkansas-Stale College in Jones- joro. Is spending the holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crouch. Arriving from University of Arkansas Saturday will be Cary Mason, Jerry Berry, and Larry Isaacs, who will be the holiday guest of their parents. Miss Nita Rose Hall and Miss Martha Nichols are lo arrive home today from William Woods College lit Fultou,, Mo., to spend Christmas at home. : Miss Rob&rta Bracey, student nt Mississippi Southern College, Hat-' tlesburg, will be the holiday guest of her parents' Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Bracey. She will arrive today. Her brother. Lt. Bill Bracey, stationed at MoulLrle, Ga., will arrive tomorrow. Mrs. Cleo Langston of Dckalb. TrHl be Miss Alice Burrus-of Texarkana, also a student at the University. Tliey will both attend the -wedding of Miss Annabelle White to v Lt. Bill Bracey Monday In Marion, Ark. Mtss Ramona Craftxm and her guest, Miss Linda Durham of De- Queen, both students at Unlversiy of Arknnsas, will arrive tomorrow to be Ihe guests of lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosco .Crafton. They also will attend the wedding of Lt. Dili Bracey to Miss Annabelle White In Marlon. Population Gain SYDNEY, Australia W)—The net permanent gain to Australia through mlgVRllon In the three months to September 30 was 24,554 persons, compared with 22,678 dur- Plant Defies Winter SYRACUSE, N. Y. <7P) — Despite recent' sub-freezing temperatures here, a peony plant Is blossoming with white, soft pink and yellow petals in the back yard of Mrs. Leu F- Golem an. Pi nk & nd whl te mountain daisies bloom nearby. Coming Even* rrlday Dorcas Class of Calvary BtptUi Church hM Christmas piriy at 1:30 pin. at homo ol MM. Burl«r Alford, on south 61. Saturday Mrs. J. C. Lowe hai Ghrlttmu musical tea for Junior High School group ot 8:30 p.m. nnd High Schol at 8 ' p.m. Dec. 20 Is date chosen for Ladlei Day Christmas party at Country Club. A program of special nuuile will be presented. Mrs. Arthur Vance Is In charge of reservations. Cotillion club Is being entertained at 8 p.m. In the Mirror Room ol • HoUl Noble with a Chritmai party by'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Youngr, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. John Cnudlll and Mr. »nd Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Sunday Mrs. J. C.' Lowe has Christina* Musical tea for Grade School Children from first to fourth grad« from 2:30 to 4 p.m. and fifth and sixth grades from 4 p m. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal Creoraulsion relieves promptly becaus* it goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and e*pel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed lo pleait you or money refunded. Creomulston ha* stood the test of millions of user*. CREOMULSION Tchaikovsky considered the Sixth Symphony his greatest accomplishment. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Rest Price* . Kirby Drug Stores Miss.. Is vsitlnu her children. Mr. I tn K tne SRm e Period last year, uc- nnd Mrs. O. L. McWaters and fnm- cording to Die latest, statistics, ily, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Langston and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cr. O. Poetz and family for the Christmas holilays. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, and Mrs. George Roland Oreen were In Memphis yesterday for the funeral of Bascom G. Green of Memphis. He was a brother or Mrs. B. F. Gay. who \vns In Memphis at the time of his death. Miss Gay GaVrigan will arrive home tomorrow from the University of Arkansas. Payetteville, lo be the holiday guests: of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. o. W. Garri- i gan. Her guest for several days The first all-talking molton picture, "Lights of New Yort," wns presented at the Strand theater, New York City, July 6, 1928. Jli ie . oji nb'dieville Hospital Dismissed: R. \,. Blassliigame, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. L. C. Phillips, City Mrs. Rita Temple. City Benny Galloway. City Birthday Club Has Dinner Meeting Mrs. Clyde Lute.-; entertained members of the Y. M. Birthday Club niirt Mrs. Paul Long, who was the month's hotiorec. The one long table at which the guests were seated was overlaid with n green linen cloth and centered with n silver bowl, which held tin nrrangemcnt, of shiny ChrtslniEis balis encircled by a San In Claus sleigh nnd reindeer. Mrs/ Long's birthday cake was white with holly decoration, red cnndles, nnd enctrcted. with hollv. GiiC5t.s Included Mrs. Clyde O'Nell. Mrs. Benny Hcssie, Mrs. Phillip Ap- plebmim and Mrs, Viuice Dixon. Mtss Lix Lutes assisted her mother in -serving. 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