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PACE rou* BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MOWDAY, DEC. M, Mullinj, Society Editor Osceola Resident Claims Bride in Russellville, Ark. Mr, ind Mn. K. M. Kunw of Plftlnviev announce the-marriage of their daughter, Miss Bennle Evelyn Kun», to Max Lincoln ralrlcy. Mr. rmirley ii the son of Mrs. and Mrs. O. M. Fall-ley of Oaceola. The weddlnc took place Saturday at the First Chrlitlan Church, Russellville. Tht Rev. O. G, Crosby officiated. The bride attended Arkansas Po-' lytechnlc College, Riussellvllle; Oklahoma A it M, SUllwater; and was graduated from Henderson State Teachers' College, Arkadelphia, where sh« was » member of Delta filgmi Kpsilon Sorority. Mr. Tsirley graduated from the University of Arkansas where he van «ffllf»t*d with I he Phi Kappa Alpht Friternlty. After a wedding trip Mr. >nd Mrs. Tairley will be »t hom« in Osceola. Osceola Couple Is Married In Church Ceremony O6CEOLA—Th« marrfHge of Miss B«ltjr Bonds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bond of Camden, Ark,, • nrf pavid 8. Child, ion of E. S. ChllM and the late Mrs. Chiles, was solemnized Friday night at the Pre»byt«rlan Church. The Rev. Chal Henderson officl-- ated in the presence of members of the famlHe.i of the couple. Mrs. Chiles chose for her mar- Tinge, a coslume suit of softly tailored wool in beige. Her outfit featured a bolero JacXel with bracelet- length aleeves. Brown orchids and gold Illusion formed her corsage, Bhe chose brown accessories lo complete her Xttlre. Mlaf Phyllis Mabry was the bride's attendant. Her brome Irrl- deflcent taffeta frock featured & cape to the walitllne. Mr. Chiles attended hfi son. Upon their return from a short ireddlnt trip, they will reside In O*ceola. where the groom In associated with the Ben F. Butler, Co. Tlie bride Js a member of Wilson High School faculty. ^ MARRIKD — \ri~- Rnmiii" '" ' , " Llllll « Kveiyi) Ktinze became tile jj,.; ( j fe o f J[ a x . . . ,, . 1'incolll r a 1 r ley of Osccolft, R a I ii r (lay at the F i r s t Christian Clinrcli in Rtis- scllville. Mrs. Faiflcy is the daughter of Mr. and M r s. K. M. Kunzc of Plainview. Bits of News er&onal Students, Relatives, and Friends In Blytheville For Christmas Two Share Honors At Coffee Given In Crafton Home Mrs. Ro&co Crafton, Miss Ramona Crafton' >nd,~- Mlaa'Qny-' Oarrlgan were hostesses Saturday complimenting two brides-elect, Miss Patricia Reffan, *nd Mis» AnnabelLe •White. The coffe# wiw held between the hours of thre* and four, when W tueati CKtled. , Gold, silver, a.nd white wax tho color scheme carried out In the dec- orsttonr On the table was a white maderla cloth centered with gold and , silver centerpiece nnd gold candelabra. Out-of-town fueaU were Mrs. Carl D, White, mother of the bride- elect Wi5* White, mid her stelcr, Mrs. George Bachelor of Conway, Miss Martha Mann of Marlon, Miss Dorothy Ann Girdley of Osceola, Mi at Jeanne Jamell of fMrt Smith. Mis* Linda Durham of DcQiicen, Miss Marietta Bar ham of Mena, Mims Alice Burrus of T«xarV:ana. Mrs. H. E. Bracey, mother of i,t. Dill Bracey, was a special guest. Miss Regan wore for the occasion, a black taffeta afternoon gown with black velvet trim. Miss White was dresaed in a beTge afternoon frock with rhlnestone trim. They were each given « corsage of white carnations and 5tlver balls tied with white salin. ; "Snntn Clau»" appeared at the close of the party to present gifts of silver from the hostesses. Presiding at the table,were Miss Barbara Mouflghan, Mrs, John Ert Regnnold, Mrs. J. T, Westbrook and Mi«> Betty Holland. Christmas time is here again and former residents, college students, relatives, friends und parents are drawing near to their loved ones for the Yutetkle season wherever possible. College students arc home, Rome servicemen are here, nnd otherc will he arriving In these three days before CJ.rlstmna. Many .Blythevtlle residents will be visiting; friends and relatives out-of-town. University of Arkansas, students and who arc home include Miss Rosemary Monngharij Iluzzle Cralton, MEss Jane Wilson, Jerry Berry, Clovls GarnetL, Jerry liaise)!, Larry Isaacs, MORC Simon, Chnrlca Booker, Mack Koonco, Cnry Mason, E. B. Gee. Jr., Russell Phillips, Jr., Miss Gay Garrlgan, Miss' AnneUn Humphreys, Billy Wflync McFarland, Pat Burks, Woody Mack Townsend, MJss Shirley King, Miss Raniona Crnfton, Graham Parllow, Ira Necley koonce. Larry Hitz, Perry RothrocV, Frank Wagne'r, Jr., Grahnm Smibnry, Miss Marge Hnlc, Bill Boyd, Chnrles Hooker, Dick Re.ii, Freddy Smith, Miss DExle Kll- llan, Mrtrlon Smith, and Mr, nnd Mrs. John Ed Rcgciiolcl nnd Infaut daughter, Dixie Golden. Many of the Wlnnhj Beth Buckley. Two Blythevllle girl* will become yule season brides, Including Miss La Vonne Porllock, who will become the bride of Robert Smith Garrett Saturday at the First Baptist Church, and Miss Patricia Regan, who will become the bride of Bill Humphrey of Pnrkln at the First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Lt. Dill Bracey will claim his bride, Miss Annabellc White of Marion, there, thfe afternoon. Christmas Party Given for Staff Mr. and Mrs. U. 2, Broadway were host to (lie staff or Interstate 'Life Insurance Compim^ nt their home on Edwards for a. Christmas party Friday evening. Cn.nnsla provided the evening's entertainment, played In a .setting of Christmas decorations, and refreshments were served, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McOarrity of Lnxora, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mick, Benny Walden and Robert Turtle. Mr. and Mr*. E. R, Fredrickson of Grand Island, Nebr., arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Predrlckson. Edward Lee Pipkin, student at Washington University In 8t. Ixniis, arrived home yesterday to spend the holidays with hfa mother, Mr*. A, J. Pipkin, and sister, Mrs." Doris Phillips, and family. Miss Reen Norrls, student at University of South Carolina, Chapel Hill, Is the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Samuel F, Norris. Murray Smart, Jr., who Is a atn- dcn at Tulane In New Orleans, arrived home last night to cpend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mra. C. Murray Smart. ' Bill Humphrey of Parkin, Ark., visited here yesterday as the guest of M!M Patricia Regan and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Regnn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forrest of Memphis spent the week end with hk parent Mr, and Mrs. O, N. Forrest and family, and his sisters, Mrs, Herman Hart and family ot Burdette, Mrs. Swell Walters and family ot Luxo'rq and Mrs. Allle O'Ncal. Jimmy Stone of Dilton, S. C. Is spending the Christmas holidays as KiiesfA of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ellis and family and Bert Ellis. Mr Stone is Mrs. Kills' brother. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard and daughter, Dtane, of Memphis vvil arrive Wednesday to spend Christinas with hjs parents, Mr. and Mrs. hjs parent vrard. Mr. t bro guests for several Department Has Christmas Party Teachers of the Beginners Departments of the First BnpUst Church met at the home of Mrs Raymond Zachry, with Mrs, Hoy I Brown as co-hostess Friday evening, for a Christmas party. A Christmas tree and holly sprayed with silver, formed the holiday decorations. They exchanged gifts, revealed "Secret pals," and were served refreshment*. The hostesses, who are department superintendent, were given special gifts. Louis Lynch is Host at Party Louis Lynch was host Rt a Christmas party given last evening from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. when 40 guests called. The party wns given honoring Ml« Nanay Hughes. Miss Roslta Cprrington Jones and her escort Martin DyX«, Miss Frances McDonald *nd Louis' McDonald, all Memphis, Other oul-ot-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jtcfc Crmmblln Meridian, Miss., and Ensign JoMah Fort of Corpus Christ], Tex. ChrUtrriM decor&ttons were used throughout the house, wllh the center of attraction being a large Christmas tree In the library. Holly mistletoe and polmettias formed th profusion of Christmas greens nsci with large green and red candles and tmall lighted treci. atudcnl days, hom&s. •Mia* Peggy Stalling*, John Clause, Jr,» Hilly Bert Mayo, John Mitchell Wayne Crouch Wnclnu Powell. J. C. Droke. Jr., Will Wliltncr, Miss Sue Osborne, Robert Koouce. Edwin Wallace, and Mrs. Beverly Jones Mull Ins, nil students nt Arkansas State, are home for Christmas and New Years. Miss Mury Webb and Miss Kalli- erlne Wheeler, who lire teachers at Blylhcvllle Schools have gone ti> their homes for Christum*. ?< Webb lives in Pine Bluff, and Miss Wheeler is from Caraway. Miss Marian Mnycfi, who tenches in Carulh- ersvMle Is home for Chrhtmns with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lincoln ft ml sou of Little Rock will spend next week end here with Mr, nnd Mrs. M:uir- ce Sanders. Mrs. Lincoln \s the former Miss Marilyn Deen, Guests In the F. E- Black home luring the holidays will be Judge nd Mrs. Roy Harper nnd daugh- er, Kiite of St. Louis, and T. E. Geeslln of Drew, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cockle are banning to spend Christmas at the Tome of Mrs, Cockle's slater, Mrs. W. ti, Morris. In Memnhlfi. Mr. and Mrs. Dllmiis Hcarnsljer- ger and their son are going to For- lyce, Ark., where they will be the guest of Mr. Heamerger's mother, .•Irs. R. 1^. Hearnsberger. The W. L. Homer's have as their guest, their son, Airman Third Cliws Jack Hornet, who Is stationed at F. E. Warren Air Force Base In Cheyenne. Wyo. They plan to be In Wheatly. Ark., on Christmas to be the gue*L of Mrs. Horncr's mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith. Mrs. H. L. Chambers Is spending Christinas at the home of her daughter. Mrs. E. G Snipes at Monroe, John Hornsbrrger, Joe Ray Price, Miss Charlie Ruth Blnnkemhlp, Misses Bonnie and Vallirm Shop- parri. Mi->5 Freida Slncher. Miss June Vcach nnd Jimmy Phillips, who are students at'Memphis State College are at home for the holidays. MlM Blllie Jean Wcstbrook who Is going to Miller Hawkins Business School In Memphis and Miss Allene Wimbcrly of South wo."; tern are the guests o( their families. Miss Roberta Brnccy. Miss Donna Sue Gore, Misses Jo Ann and Sally Trte<iclimnnn r are guests o: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E Bracey, Mrs. lone Gore, and Mr and Mrs. Joe Trlesclurrann. for their vacation. They are fill students at Sunday School Class Has Christmas Party Mrs. Burley AlMrrl's home was the scene of a, Christmas p^rty given for 2D members and 11 guests of the Domis Sumlny School Cln.ss ot Calvary Bnptlst 'Church Friday evening. Guests Included Mrs. Jack Crultt, Mrs.^Gliariey Hester, Miss Betty Crultt, -Airs. L u 1 a Spencer, Mrs. Jack Neil, Mis. Buford,Hnyncr, Mrs. J. Q. Davis, Miss Edna Smith, Mrs. A. D. CvuiU and Mrs. L. How ton of Osceola. Miss Ellen Moore led the opening prayer and Mrs. Robert Wmle was In charge of the short business session. A devotional WRS by Mrs. p. H. Jcrnlgan. which ,was followed by prayer by Mrs. Alford. During the social hour, refreshments were served, poems were read and Kirts exchanged. The class teacher. Miss Moore, and secretary, Mrs, Ed Smith, received gifts from the group. turn to Memphis Friday morning, but Mrs. Evrard and Diane-will remain .here until the week end. Alan Berry arrived here Saturday night from Little Rock, where he is a medical student at University of Arkansas School of Medicine to be the guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Harry A. Hodges, stationed Navnl Air Station In Jacksonville Fla., arrived .home lost night to be the holiday guests -of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hodges. Mr Hodges who suffered a stroke nnc has been a patient at Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis since that time, will arrive Wednesday to spend the holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stabler and son. Dicky, formerly of Blytheville, now of Hollywood, Fta., are the guests of-her parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Cook. They were accompanied home by Miss Bonnie Cook, who is a teacher there. Ml.ss Bntty Ensley of Hollywood, Calif., ts he guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Easley. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas C. Brannum and son. Tommy, returned from Dallas where they spent a week. Miss Barbara Monaghan "will return tonight from Memphis where she spent the week end with friends, and attended several Yule tide parties. , ;.-_ • • The Rev. and Mrs. Harold C. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Thompson. Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill, Units Ball,' a n d son, Barry, were in Memphis yesterday for a Christmas party given by Mr, and Mrs. Fred Cockran. Mr. Rupert Crafton returned home last night by plane from Charleston, s. C., where she had been called because of the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs, G. A. nines. Jr., 'who Is reported to be Improved, and is expected to visit her parent-; next month. Dr. ami Mrs. T. K. Mnhan ftVLtl three children, Tom, Bill, and Jim arrived In.st night from Grand Junction. Colo., for the Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. T. J, Mahan. Ensign Joslah Fort, who stationed at Corpus Christ!, Tex., was the wecfc end guest of Mrs. Mnhan, en route to his home in ClarksvtHe, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Adams have 1 ' WILSON NEWS .' 1 : ' 'By Jirs. a F. .Boyleg | Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Joe Brown Owyn entertained members of her Thursday Night Bridge Club' with the annual Christmas party at her home this week. The Vulctlde motif was carried out In all the decorations, with a large lighted tree and other Christmas scenes In the entertaining room. A miniature suow-man encircled by a wreath of holly wtis the centerpiece for each table. Winners In the bridge game, during the evening were Mrs. Will- lace Thompson, high, Mrs. C. D. Price, second - and Mrs. George Brewer, bridge. Members exchanged gifts. Sacllers Kiiterlain Mr. and Mrs. Owen E. Sadler entertained their Octette Bridge CInb Wednesday evening at their home. Decorations were In keeping with the holiday season In the entertaining room and in the tollies. Mrs Elstncr D. Beilll and I. A. Simin.i were winners in the evening's name. Christmas candles were served throughout the evening and refreshments followed the game. I'rrsonals Mr. and Mrs P. B. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. K. D, Ferguson of Blytheville visited the Coo!cy's (laughter, Mrs. Elslnfr D. Heal!. and her family, Friday. Miss Martha Traylor; who attends Mississippi Southern at Hatllesburg, is home [or the Christmas holidays. Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Cotner and l family will have as their guests Christmas Day hts parents Mr. arid Mrs. Sherman Cotner oi West Memphis, his brother. Ted Cotner. and his family, of Neuhardt, Ark., her mother and sister, Mrs Doyle of Osceola and her brother George Doyle and Miss Mnrjorie George Doyle, jrl, nnd his family of Sikeston. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wiley will arrive Tuesday from their home in I.ufkin. Texas, to spend the holidays with relatives here and in Osceola. In Wilson, they will visit Wiley, and family. In Osceola, they will visit her mother, Mrs. Uz/le Jackson, her sisters, Mrs. James Wilson and family and Mrs. Josle Cook and family, and his brolher, Alex Wiley, nnd his family. VVSCS flreels Mrs. C. H. Buchanan was hostess for a Christmas meeting of the Wilson Women's Society o( Christian Service o( the Methodist Church Monday evening at her home. The Christmas motif was carried out In decorations. Mrs. Mable Mullins offered prayer and gave the devotional. Mrs. Owen Sadler was in charge of the prosram "Women In Christianity". She was acsisted by Mrs. Dewey Stotts, Mrs. Gerald Whiteside, Mrs. N. ii. Ellis Jr.. and Mrs. Wallace During the business' session, arrangements were made to form a night circle, for the benefit of members who work: The day circle will meet the flret and third Monday nights in each month while the third Monday night In the month has been designated ns the meeting date of the newly formed cirelel The first night meeting will be held in January. I'TA Meets Forty-seven parents and teachers attended the Christmas meeting of the Wilson Parent-Teacher Association Thursday afternoon in the high school auditorium. Highlighting the program was a pageant "The Christmas SUjry" presented by Miss Rosa Etta Wolf's second grade pupils. The children opened the program by singing Christmas songs. Mrs. C. H. Buchanan was program, leader. Mrs. Roy Stobaugh gave the devotional and Mrs. J D. Rankin read the president's message. Mrs. Hudson Wren presided during the business session. In the room count. Miss Wolf's second grade was awarded the attendance banner. ^ WBIO Meets Mrs. J. B. Lovett, president o. her ulster, Mrs. Buford Boyles, an. .. _ .... family and hjs brolher, Gilbert Union, was a guest when Mrs Musical Tea Given for Students Mrs. J. C. Lowe was hostess to her music students with musical teas Saturday and Sunday afternoons. In the living room, a large lighted Christmas tree was the center of at- Wood. Martha Bean, anil Mrs. F. B Scott. On Sunday, students from tin first through fourth grade Incltidec Julie ami Vickie Mitchell, Vaughn traction, with nn old fashioned or- Jerome, Marilyn Raga. 1 Dick x Wy Ban standing in the corner, lighted ! = . "«• x>«jr by candle, and the mantel held church scene. Christinas.cards formed the nrch from the llvim fnom to the illnln» ! Sp!lrks ' room. Ce t g the re resnm^t Tr ry , " ntt, Loretta Mallory. Homer Gem Conncll, Dianna stm, Gcan At kinson. Sara Ann Brown, Gar; Cook. Mihe Colemiui Ler, Mary Ero\vnl« tf.ble wag a large boun.net of white | snap dragons, set' In silvered fir i boughs. •-[ , | In the Tnusic room, a mangsr j scene was used. :. -..• On Saturday, thosn-who played In the junior high school group were Linda Bean. Ray Scott. Mary Elizabeth Aobott, Sharon Razor, Judy Regan. Jane i. .Bartholomew, Mollie Jo Beasley. 'Sandra Yates, Elizabeth Brister, Mary Beth Marr, Mary Ann' Tompkins, Kay Mitchell, Sally Jo King, Jeancltc Cobb and Betty Crocker. The high school group included Patty Scott. Mable Crook. Amy Crook, Linda Rayder, Sherry Sparks, La Neal Sudbury, 'Peggy Taylor, Jo Alice McGuire, Loretta Earls of steele, Ronnie Wagstcr of Cooler and Dalma Reid. Presiding at the table were Melia Fifth and were Jerry Ethel Jean Donna Sue sixth grade student Lowe, 'Becky Utle> Wyatt, Sylvia Ladd Byrd, Betty Gowen Linda 'Trieschniarin. Terry 'Greg ory| Mary Lou 'Sanders. Jane Young, Cecilia Ann Lusk, Sandr Moore, Karen Cook, Judy Ann Jor d^ti, Lyda Jo Sudbury. Linda Joy Lindsey, Jerric Ann and La Vonne Cohoon of Holland. Presiding at the table were Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. William Wyatl and Mrs. William Rader. FU*M tor • Chrttmu inMting at A*ch*w Cir- ot the WMO Monday night at h« Fierce horn*. Mrt. Cornran offered the opening )r»yer. Mrs. P»ul Busscy, circle !hairmgn ( was Iji charge of the ihort famines* tesslon, Mr«. Lovett read * letter from he Curtis Aschewi tfter whom the circle wa» named. The Asche'ws are missionaries In Hiroshima, Japan. During the social hour, members exchanged white elephant articles hey had brought from home. Secret friends .were also revealed. Mrs. Ivan Haynee was In charge of :he social. Nine members and one guest. J Mrs. Oscar Davis, were present. Doris Roebuck Circle members were guestn of Faster Circle for a :hrlstmas soda), Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. D. Cash. Mrs. Marhall Woodyard was a charge o^ the program. Mrs. kVoodyard offered the opening prayer and Mrs. J. H. Whitaker gave :he devotional. Following the singing of Christmas carols, with Mrs. Curtis Miller accompanying at th'e piano, members exchanged gifts. Refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, candy and coffee were served by the hostesses. Personal* Mrs. Dora Merrell. Mrs. Eva Elkins and Mrs. W. B. Burkelt were the guests of Mrs. Jim Young Thursday at her home at Keth. Mrs. John Emrlck, Jr., was the week end guest of 'her husband's parents at their home in Tyron/.a. Mrs. Arnold McDaniel, Donnie and Judy McDantel, were iu Memphis, Saturday. Among those In Memphis Monday were Mrs. J. M. Hoslord, Mrs. Charles Ray Harwell, and Mrs. Parker Bowen. Among the university, college or prep-school students who have arrived home or will arrive home In the next few days for the Christmas holidays are John Ellis, from the University of.Tennessee, Charles Standerfer, from the University of Arkansas, Ray Wootcn from the University of Mississippi at Starkvllle and Jimmy Oarrett from The Citadel at Charleston, S.C. Jirn Deer »nd Sara Elkins from Hendrix College at Conway; Carolyn Lynch from Blue Mountain College. Blua Mountain. Miss.; Joanne Cutlom, Vanderbilt University at Nashville; Edwin Webb and Mary Melody, Little Rock Junior College: Frank Keel, Billy Zook, Helen Harnden, and Jimmy Durham. Arkansas State College; Lewell McAfee, Henderson State College at Arkadelphia; Emily Buchanan, All Saint's at Vicksburg, Miss. * Mrs. .Eva Elklns. Mrs. Ed Bell, Mrs. Josephine Catching, Mrs. Dora Merrell and Mrs. Myra SUversteln of Joiner were the luncheon guests of Mrs. Cainmie Bell Glenn. Friday at her home in Colllervllle. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Williams Jr.. and children of cordell. Okla., are the guests of her, parents. Mr. .and Mrs. Joe R. : ~Clillo'm. ''' -'' J Mrs. Mary Louise Melody will be the holiday guest of her parents Dr. »dd Mn, J. K. Kunp*oB. Mr.. Dora Merrell wilt luvra M • h«r holiday guest, Mr>. Marl* W*. soil" Howells of New York City. Mrs. Howells will arrive Monday. Seaman Billy C. Boyle*, who serves aboard the USS Cavalier, ii expected to arrive home this week end from Long Beach, Calif., to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boyles, and son, Tommy. This .will be thu first Christmas Seaman Boyles has spent at home since 1949[ Charles Ray Harwell made a business trip to Corinth, Miss,, Tuesday • • Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray announce the birth of a daughter Dec. 17 at a Blytheville hospital. 1 Mr. and Mi's. Byron Robinson and son, Jerry, ot Memphis were the • guests of her sister, Mrs. Buford Boyles, and family Sunday after- loon. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. 3oy!es the first of this week were .heir daughter, Mrs. Marshall Conner, and her family of Bono. Several children of the nursery department at First Baptist Church are confined to their homes with [he measles. Among them are Mil- 9 lie Ruth Bledsoe. Billy Yates, Terry Jo Jones, Ei/abeth Woodyard, David Brown and' Mike Henc!ers6"li. returned from Hoi Springs where K. Wimberly. they spent two weeks. Airman Second Class and Mrs. J. E. Wimberly of Biloxi, Miss., are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hipp, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmc.SjVost, and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. LAST TIJIKS TONITE Double Feature Mississippi Southern ' Collrge In Hattlesburg. Mr. and mrs. D. C. Bartholomew have as their gitfst, their daughter Miss Palsy Bartholomew, who is student at Bine Mountain College in Blue Mountain, Miss. From other Tenne,«ee schools. R C. Allen. Tom nnd Joe WaUs, am Buziie Wunderllch arc litre fron Vanderbilt, and Clurlrs HeilderiOl from Peabody. Students at Hrndrix College .who have arrlvsd home are Miss Caro Ann Bailey, J. B, Rigg?. Jim and ,1 Cal GossHt, Bob Blodgeu, and Miss TUES - WKD Double Keah.re Conf. Showing (Christmas FEINBERG SKIRTS AHOY! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At Al! Times Admission 14c & 39c Former Resident Of Manila Marries Miss Bobbie Duttoii, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Williams of Leachville, Ark., became the bride of Marlon Leroy Longford, son of . Mr. awrt Mrs. M. L. Langford of Mc- aven, Tenn. The marriage was solemnized Nov. 18 at the Main Street Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Fla., with'the Rev. J. R, 1 White, pastor, officiating at the double ring ceremony. Miss Dutton'wore a light blue gab- nrdine with matching wins; sleeved Jacket, a small navy velvet hat and accessaries, and a white carnation corsage. ^ ; Mrs. Richard Pollard was Miss Dutton's only attendant. Mr. Pollard ssrved the bridegroom "as best man. Miss Dutton graduated from Manila High School and the University of ^Tennessee School of Nursing. Mr. Langford is a graduate of Gallatin High School and Is now In the Navy, stationed at Jacksonville. Mrs. Langford Is employed at the Duvall Medical Center there. Following' their wedding trip to Fort Augusta and along the coast, the couple is at home in Jacksonville. Bunking* Party Given in Home Joyce Boole s enter la ine d fcl ght girl friends with a bunking party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Evans, Friday night, when v a Christmas gift exchange was conducted among the girls. Assorted party foods and punch were served. Those attending were Barbara Sawyers, Barbara Tnuhble, GUmia- Lewis, Glenda Penny, Jpar- lene Tale, Mary Ann Fisher, Betty Crocker and Patsy Gentry. ON SALE NOW AT $2.50 EACH Plus LAST TIMES TODAY LMJREriC! JENNIFER Olivier-Jones WILLIAM WYLER'S ^tODuCTION or Carrie Paramount N«w» & Cartoon "Trick or Treat" RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Coady Eaton and family Dr. and Sirs. John Elliull and family Miss Elizabeth Halstead Miss Maxine Hal'slend TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MURIEL LAWRENCE WILLIAM CHING M* TXC FAMOUS FTOKH CAM CAN DANCERS Also Hhorls: "Let's Have a I'arade" and. "Samlia Miiniii" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. linrncy Crook and family Mr. nnd Alr.s. Jnc I''or(;iisnii and family Mr. nnd Mis. A. (). Hudson Mr, nnd Mrs. Bobby Ciillison ami family

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