The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 20, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUTCIER NEWS BATURDAT, DSC, 20, 1981 Society : Mullina. Society Editor f Pat Mullina, Society Editor 4461 Junior Choir To Give Program A Christmas program will be pre- Miited Sunday night at the First Presbyterian Church ot 7 p.m., when members of the Junior Choir sing during the evcntnn service, Soloists arc Molly Jo Beasley, Ann Diiiley. and Martha Ann White. Duets will be given !>>' nc-lorcs Harris and Given Simmons. Jimmy Buffineto" and Jimmy Crtlllhan, and Ann Bailey ami Jennie Wren McCalla, a Among there selections are many well-known Christmas enrols, such as "It Came Upon B Midnight Clear." "Silent Night," and "O Holy Night." , Directors are Mrs. Jess Homer end Mrs. B. C. Bailey, and organist .Is Mrs. F. B. Joyncr. Cub Scouts Have Christmas Party Members of Cub scout Pack Four of Den Four were entertained by their Den Mother, Mrs. Oean At- Bob Edwards Claims Bride in Conway Miss Emmalee Sitton of Gentry, Ark,, became the bride of the Rev. Hob Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Edwards ot Blylhevllle, last night at central Methodist Church in Fayettcvllte. The Rev. VV. F. cooley, district superintendent of the Fayetteville District, officiated. The brlclc Is a graduate of Oenlry High School and is nuw atlenrting Hendrlx College. The Rev. Mr. Edwards attended University of Arkansas for two years, nnd \a now a student at Hendrlx. He Is pafilor of four churches In Vnn Buren County, and they plan to make their homo In Conway. ktnson, yesterday with the Country Club. a party ut After their regular meeting, they exchanged gilts. John Caudlll, Oa- vid Holder. John Smotherman, and Maurice Felnberg led the games, providing the afternoon's entertainment. Lawrence Bradley, den chief, and his assistant, David Burnett, acted »s Santa and his helper. Bits of News Wottfy First Grade Has School Party Twenty-three first graders at Central school were entertained by their teacher, Miss Bnrbnrn MonaR- han with four room mothers, Mrs, Herman Tinker, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., Mrs. Herbert Grnhnm. Jr., Mrs, Holland Aiken. A Christmas* tree nnrt pictures depicting winter scenes were used In decorations. Cookies, Ice cream and candles were served, and each r.hlld was given a Christmas stocking holding assorted, candles and canes. They exchanged gifts. Chapter Has _uricheon-Meet 250 Attend Party at YMCA Members of Chapter "N" ot PEG Sisterhood were entertained at the lome of Mrs. Harry W. Halnes ycs- crday with a luncheon and pro- jram. Mrs. Halnes' co-hbstesscs were Mrs. Oarrard Caudlll and Mrs. Al- vln Huffman, Jr. ! Centering the luncheon table, a large green candle wns garlanded by sprays of holly. Other dccnr.i- llons, In keeping with the holiday Kc.ison were seen in the entertaining rooms. The mantel held a wntertlme scene, and a Chvstmas tree stood In the living room. .During the brief business session, Mrs. Chester Caldwell presided In the absence of Mrs. Huffman, who Is 111, and Mrs. C. A.' Cunningham gave the program, which was on nit. She told of the life of Grnntl- ma Moses and showed reproductions of her paintings. More ttian 250 Junior High Students attended a Christmas party given at the YMCA last night. Hosts and hostesses were Mr, and Mrs. Jack Cuadr«, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Stanfleld and Mr and Mrs. Harry Weedman. Decorations for the affair were in keeping with the season, .Mrs. Hob Echrarils ORA Club Gives Christmas Party Mrs. Mary Scrape was hostess at her home to the members o( ORA Club for a fi p.m. dinner this week. Tile table wns overlaid with IBCC nnd centered with n scene Jn keeping \vlth the holiday season. Girts were presented each member from the lighted tree. Eight members and a guest, Miss Shirley Burks, attended. Spaghetti Supper. Given for Class . Mr. and Mrs. Randal Hftwks were hosts Thursday evening with a spaghetti supper at their home for members v ot the Tenmsters Training Union of the First Baptist Church. Guests ate at small tables which held Chrlstmns centerpieces. Mrs. Grady Mngee wa* a guest of the * class. James Gardner gave the dcvo- Uona\. niter which ptvrly games were played. Mr. anti Mrs. L. T. Burnliam and children and Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Thompson find con, Imve gone to PI, Meyers, Flu., to visit Mrs. Zoa Tlionipson nnd Snm Thompson lor tlic Christmas holidays. Miss Mary Louise O'Brien, who Is a student at Travccca Naznrene Cot- Icee In Nnshvllle. Tciin., arrived to be the holiday guest of her grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. O. U Scott and her brother, Johnny O'Brien Gene'O'nrien, US Navy, who Is stationed in BalnbrltlBC. Md. ; Is scheduled to nrrivc tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reddlck le!t Ijwt night to spend Christmas 1 Springfield. Mo., with their parents Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Uck nnd L. E Reddlck. Ornlinin Partlow has arrived from University of Arkansas nt Payette- lle to spend the holldny vacation wllli Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs, II O. Paitlow. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarman Robinson ol Corning, Ark., arc upending tilts week end with Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Albert Falrfleld arrived home from Southern University to be the holiday guest ot his grandmother. Mrs. W. I. Denton nnd his aunt, Mrs. Clara Newlnnd, Ills mother, Mrs. A. B. Fnlrfleld will arrive home tonight. Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Chnpet Hill, N. C,, arrived lo be the guest of Mrs. T." J. Mnhan. Miss Betsy Bell, student at Llndenwood nt St. Charks. has also arrived lor the holidays at home, i Mrs. Ted Howser left yesterday 1 lor Kansas Oily to spend the week end with Mr. Howser, who Is rcciip- eri\tlng there, Cnpt. and Mrs. John C. Kccfe of Sun Antonio, Tex,, arrived yesterday to spend the Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Arch Lovelace, and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines re- 'ccntly visited the Little White House at Warm Springs, Oa.. where President Franklin D. Roosevelt lived part time and where he died In 1045. ,Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Hardin of Mcm- Club Has Party At Hotel Noble Members of the Home Economists Club gathered at the Noble Hold for a dinner meeting Thursday niyht, when Christmas motif was used in decoration. Mrs. Helen Cnrr demonstrated decorations and presided over business, in which Mrs. Betty Darby wns elected reporter, nnrt Mrs. Colleen McNcw was appointed to call Osccoln members. Gifts were exchanger! by members. Christmas Party Given for Class Members of the Esther Class of the First Baptist Chinch met Rt the home of Mrs. Hubert Seymore Thursday for a Chrtfittnas party. Lighted Christmas tree, and other Yule Uecoratlona were used, Mrs. Carl Talc led the prayer and Mrs, John Maycs told the Christinas story, nfler which enrols were sung. Gifts were exchanged and their teacher, Mrs. Mnyes, was given a gill. lU'ireshmentfi were served; Birthday Club Has Christmas Party Mrs. Phillip Apploljjuim entertained with the annual O. and N. Birthday Club Christmas party at her home Thursday evening, when all members nnd four guests. Miss Li?. Lutes, Mrs. Al Mailman, Mrs. R. A. Cnry and Mrs. Clyde Lutes attended. As each guest arrived, she was given a Christmas corsage. The dining tnhlo was overlaid with outwork cloth and centered with poinsettafi. Silver candelabra flanked the poinscttas. Bunco was played during the evening with prizes going to Airs. Lutes and Mrs. Hnllman. Christmas Party Given for Club Mrs, Jane Car.'.on was hostess' to members of the CIB Club and their husbands or dates last night at her home with a Christmas dinner, A Christmas theme was used in Til decorations, with a white, re ind frrepn color scheme being used rhe fourteen guests spent the eve :iing informally. , Semi-Canasta Club Has Annual Party Members of the Seml-Canast Club met at the home of Mrs. Pau Lawrence for their Christmas par ty Thursday afternoon. Winners of the canasta game wer Mrs. Travis Dcen and Mrs. Hcrsche' Garner, Refreshments were served fro; the tree-lighted living room. Dinner-Bridge Ts Club Party Here A dinner-bridge wns given for the TLE Club At the home ol Mrs. DlcX Watson Thursday evening, when nil members attended their annual Christinas party. Winners of the bridge game were Mrs. Gilbert. Smythe, Mrs. Jerry Scrape, Mrs. William Lambert, and Mrs, Hermnn Turner. Christinas scenes nnd candles provided the decorations. Kindergarten Has Program for Mothers Mrs. Ralph Nichols' kindergarten presented a program for their mothers Wednesday afternoon with Mrs., Ted Lystcr accompanist al the First Christian Church Recreation room. Forming the hoys chorus ,^ere Kenny Qunckcnbush, Johnny Lyster. Ward O'Kecfe, Jimmy Deal, Kenny Nichols, Mike Utlcy, Jimmy McDowell and Mark Smith. Included* In the girls chorus are Cecilia Joyncr, Ann Rainwater, Janet Hudson, Alice Brogclon, Evanda Walts, Carol Coppcdge, Brenda Lansky, Norma Jcnn Klt- tany and Celia Wntsnn. ' In "The Manger Scene," given by the children, Alice Brdgdon was Ma ry, J Emmy Me Do wel 1 was Joseph, and Kenny Quackenhush, Mike Utlcy and Kenny Nichols were the three wise men. Well-known carols and Christmas poetry was given by the Kindergarten. ^ At the conclusion, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon and Mrs; James v Rainwater served cookies and punch to.the guests. ' Buffet Supper Is Given for GEO Club Mrs. Joe McHaney was hoste' to members of the G^O Club Thurs day at, her home when all th club attended. A buffet supper was served. Cei tering the dining table was a whl crinoline Christmas tree, flantci by white tapers. A winter seen was on the buffet and a large ligh ed* Christmas tree was in the livin roorii. Mrs. J. C. Ellis won first place the evening's bridge game, with second going to Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, traveling to Miss Jetty e Huffman, nnd briiigo to Mrs. James Rogers. Coming Events Saturday Mr*. J. C. Lowe has Christmas lusical lea lor Junior. High School roup at 6:30 p.m. and High Schol . 8 p.m. Dec. 20 Sa date chosen lor Ladles 'ay Christmas party at Country lub. A program of special music 1U be presented. Mrs. Arthur Vance s In charge of reservations. Cotillion Club Is being entertaln- d at 8 p.m. In the Mirror Room! I Hotel Noble with a Chrltmas arty by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young, Ir. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. nd Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudlll ; and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Sunday Mrs. J. C. Lowe has Christmas Musical tea for Grade School Chil- dren from first to fourth prsde from 2:30 to 4 p.m. and fifth and sixth |rade« from 4 p.m. TllMda; Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertains members of the Tuesday Club with an afternoon party. Blvlhtvllle Hospital Mrs. Bob Owen and ba£y, City Stanley Deen, city Louella Barnes, City Mrs, Everett Peterson and baby, City , Mrs. Everett Mathls, City Walli Hospital Dismissed: George Hicks, Steele Mrs. L. C. Phillips, City Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from th« office of the County Clerk, Mr». Elizabeth BIythe Parker: Robert Louis Deason and Mary F. Hall, both of Blythevllle; Bobby Gean Ham and Sue Stlgall, both of Blytheville; Bill Bracey, Blytheville, Anna Belle White, Marion; Aaron Coleman, Jr., Brookland. Ark,, and Wanda Hurst, Jonesboro; Max Fail-ley and Bennie Kunger, both of Osceola; Bobby Allen, Newport, Barbara Fieeman. Manila! Harvey Patterson, Oatewood, Mo., and Virginia Metcau". Louisville. Ky.; Harold Stumbaugh and Mary Tyer, Burdetle; Bob Wortham and Olivia Hudson, Leachvllle. ' Read Courier News Classified Ads. At Lemons..Just in time for CHRISTMAS US Quilt Goes 'Down Under' CKNTHAUA, ill. <AP)—A Perry County farm wife. Mrs. Sam Shaw, made n Holland tulip quilt that got around unexpectedly. She made it for a Milan, Mich., daughter-in- law, Mrs. Harry Shaw, who put in n church bazaar. If wiis sold for 525 to n .visitor from Scotland. The Scot sent it to a New Zealand relative who had nskcd for an Ame/- ican-r>iade quilt. Read Courier News Classified Ads Wonderfully Slimming 8864 By Sue Burnett A charming daytime dress for the larger figure—lic.iigncd on easy to make princess lines that are so slenderizing. Pockets arc nicely shaped, and see how the keyhole neckline flatters. Pattern No. 8864 is a se\v-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34, 38. 40. 42, «, 46, 48. Size 36, 4'i yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30o COIN'S, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 <u!ncy St., Chicago 6, III. Ready lor you now—Basic FASHION for '52, rail and Winter. This new Issue is filled with Ideas for stnsrt, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the book, 25c. phis arc spending the week end here with his mother, Mrs. E. E. Hnrdin, and his sister, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, and family. Mr. nnd Mr. R, B. Purvis and grandson. Mike Cnrawny, were In Oxford, Miss., nnrt wore nccompa- ilcd home by John Wllks, who will spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Grace Wilks, Hunter \V. Hughes Is a patient at the Blythevilte Hospital, where he l.i reported to be "resting" following a hcnrl attack he suffered several cloys ago. Mrs. Hughes' father, Walter Mullins of Kenton, Tenn., Is here with them" TOT Christmas. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Stockton left yesterday for Newport to spend Christmas with Mrs. Stockton's mother. Mrs. Bill Brook, nnd will go on to Dallas to visit his family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Johnson of Columbus, Miss., arrived westerd.iy to spend the week end with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Mrs. Lnla Spencer nrrlvcrl from Richmond. Calif,, to br the holiday Riiest of her sisters. Mrs. Charles McDanieJ. Mr. Buford Cooley nnd Mrs. Vera Rhortn nnd families. T'iclr other pucsts in chide Charles McDanlel and GrnnvHle Cooley. both stud pnts a t Northwest ern University at Evnnstnn. Ill- flnri Bobby McDiinlel. student Rt Ken- dfilt Junior College, also in Evans- Ion. Mrs. C, O. Redman Is confined lo her hotue on N. Highway 61 with a back injury. Miss Betty Goff of Washington. D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Houston Gofl are spending Christmas with Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Gofl. the Sturley GoIT family, the Preston Goff family and I. M. McHaKoy, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Welborn have returned from a trip to Pecos. El Paso. Tex,, nnd Mexico, where they visited relatives ""and toured the west, J Ralph Wahl, who is attending the University of Arizona at Tucson, arrived this morning to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wahl. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission Me & 39c SATURDAY Double Feature HOWARD HUGHES prninti iTJTliTiWm | «OSER[ MITCHUM UZA8E7H SCOTT KOitm mH —1'lus — Christmas Party Given for Club Members and one guest. Mrs. Lonnte Boydston. of the Thursday Rook Club .met at the Rnzorback Drive-In 1 Thursday for a .luncheon and Christmas party. Winners of the rook gama were Mrs. E. B. Chllwood. first: Mrs. T. W. Ooforth, second, and Mrs. T. O. Huey, rooko. Pictures were taken and sifts wer* exchanged. SERIAL! Dick Tracy vs. Phantom • Empire Also Cartoon SUN T -"MON Double Feature ON SALE NOW AT $2.50 EACH SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature ONE MORE PENNY DOES IT! 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