The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 24, 1952
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PAGE FOUK W,YTHEVn,t,K (ARK.)' COURIER KTDTTS WSWWSTUY, DISC. 14, IWf Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone Glenda Williams Becomes Bride • Of Frank Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams of Gosncll announce the marriage of their daughter,. Olenda, [o Frank Maxwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Maxwell ot Yarbro. The single ring ceremony was. performed at the home o( the bride's parents at 3 p.m. Saturday, with the Kev. Murals Wllkerson, paster of tlie Gosnell Baptist Church offt- clallng. ' ' The bride.' given fn marriage by her father, wore a navy, blue suit with winter while accessories aiid i winter white hat. She pinned an orchid corsage at her shoulder. • A reception for 25 friends of the couple and. Ihelr families was held following the ceremony, flanked one either aide by white table was N" three-tiered wedding cake flanked oneilher side by white tapers. Mrs. Charlie Krutz served cake &nd Mrs. Williams was assisted In serving punch by Mrs, Joe Morgan nad Miss Ann Glass. Following « brief wedding trip, the couple will make their homo on Lake Street in Blythcvllle. Turkey Dinner Party Is Given for Staff A turkey dinner was given at Hotel Noble's Colonial Room Friday night for employees of Blythcvllle Propane Co., Inc. The tables were centered .wllli red candles nnd holly nnd small trees formed other decorations After gifts were exchanged, the evening was spent Informally. Bits of News OJl Howard Calclwojl, who received n foot injury Monday, is a patient at Walls Hospital. Dr. Alfred Vise, Jewish clmplaln for Ihe Veterans Administration !fo.'pital at Poplar Bluff, Mo.j has returned [rom there wliere lie took part In a combined Christmas and [•'eslival of Lights celebration. The parly witli gift distribution to all the patlenls was arranged nnd sponsored by the B'nnl B'rltti Women's Chapter of Northeast Arknn- :as nnd Southeast Missouri, They also will sponsor distance tel- cphone calls for all patients on Christinas dny. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb will be In North Carrnlllon. Miss,, to visit Ker parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. News In Date Styles Tlie Rev. and Mrs. W. F. C'noley and children arrived last nlsht from their home in Faycttevillc to lie (lie Riiesls of Ihclr parents, Mr. and Mia. M. TV Moon nnil Mr. anil Mrs. P. K, Cootoy, for the holidays. Mrs. "Jack O'Keefe nnd daughter, Darlan, spent several flays with her parents, Mr, find Mrs. W. M. Burns. They left yesterday for their home In Memphis but will return with Mr. O'Keefe for Christmas anrl Mr and Mrs. David Baitoii nnd nauijh- ler, Kay, will arrive from Ca'.ron Mo., for Christmas. Mrs, Barton also Is a daughter. Mr. nnd Mvfi. Charles L. Bcacord IK! daughter, l,eigh. of Fort Worth, ex., will arrive Wednesday to be ie guests of her mother, Mrs. W. Denlon. Mr. anrl Mrs. Lee A. Crowe an- ounco the blrlh of Dicir flrfll child, daughter, Dec. 15 at Walls llos- ;tal. She lias been named Hcbecca ne. Mrs. Crowe Is the former Miss ose Efnrmi Pflrrlsh. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass have, as heir gucsis Ihelr sons, Pfc. Billy lofts of Ft. Burning, Cia., and Eti- Incman Fireman Mlllard Leo Glass f San Diego. Mr. Viml- Mrs. T. J. Bailey and imily will spend Chrlslmns.dfly in uxico. Mo., with Mr. Bailey's mo- icr, Mrs. Lolta Bailey and ills sls- cr, Mrs. Louis B. Lacock. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cooper of Dalas. Tex., will arrive tomorrow to Isll her parcols, Mr. anil Mrs. V. V. Whitner and brother, Fllppcii, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Olln Harrison. Jr., 1 Dudley, Mo., are' visiting their arcnls. Mr. and Mrs. Kuuc Bo- Ill and Mr. and Mrs. ailn Harrison, V, during the Ghrlslmas'-l\plUlnys. Mr. and Mrs. Q. o. Alexander cave tonight for Monroe, In., where hey will spend Christmas wife. Reception Held 'At Church for Newlyweds Here Tlie Ilev, and Mrs. Dob Edwards were complimented last night with a reception clrai In Ihelr honor at the I-'lrst Methodist Church'* Fellow Ilnl], Hostesses lo the couple who was married last Friday evening, were Mis, n. D. Jackson. Mrs. Buford Young. Mrs, Clco 1'ope, and Mrs. Joe McClurc.- Forming the receiving line were parents and grandparents of Die groom with the bride nnd groom including Mr. nnd Mrs. M. S, Edwards and Mr. ntul Mrs. W. A. Edwards. For Die occasion. Mrs. Edwards chose a lime Jersey frovk with black accessories ond v.n.s given a while carnation cmrot'e. The groom's ihother, who chose navy Wile was given a corsigo of pink carnations, Mrs, VV. W. Peck presided al the table which was centered with a snow scene of a church, with bride and Broom standing In from. Set In nests of anccl hair were lall green ami red condles. Guests called between the hours of 7:30 nnd 0:30 p.m. ' hristmas Party Given in Home 'Carlene lay, daughter o( Mr. and Mrs, Carl Lay, entertained six friends last night with nn annual Chrlsunas party. The girls, who arc now 10 years old, have lield a similar parly [or the past five years. Following dinner, they went "caroling." at Ihclr homes, and exchanged git's. They Include Betty Ann Moxley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxley; Jeanne Ellen Hodd, daughter, of Mr. and Mr.s, Eugene 'Hodd; Linda Trleschmann, daughter of Mt. ana Mrs. J. a. Trlcsclnnann; Becky Utley. daughter o! Dr. and MM. P. E. Utley; Carol Lee Beavers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Beavers; and Sally Lou Snow, daiifihtCT of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snow. " OSCEOLA NEWS By Belly* Nell« Starr Specks Honored Festivities during the , week end icnterod around the parties given ifr Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck, v/lio were married reccnlly. Saturday, Mrs. Ed Wiseman and Mrs. W. V. Alexander complimented he couple with a luncheon at the lome of 'Mrs. Wiseman. The faml- tlie couple were special 8834 10-20 - By Sue Burnett You can make this handsome tlate dress in almost no time, it's so ensy with our clearly illustrated sew chart. Just lour basic pattern piece. 1 ; and a glowing fabric t\nd you've'a new, smart looking frock. Pattern No. 6334 is n scw-rile perforated patcrn in sizes 10, 12, 14. 16 18. 20. Size 12 r 4 yards of 30-Inch. •For this pattern, send 30c lit COINS, your name .address, size de- «lred,*itnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Heady for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. Thl. new issue to filled with td<;as foi smart, practical sewing for a nev sea-ion; gift pattern printed insirit the book, 25c. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 1 Ic <& 3Sc WKDNESDAY & XJ1AS Double Feature Conl. Showing Christ mas k ,« DALE ROBERTSON 0 - I'V ANNE FRANCIS 2o. —Plus- Christmas Party Given for Staff' ' Mr. nnd Mrs. o. W. Ix-wLi entertained Die staff of I,lfe ami Casualty Insurance Co., with a Christmas party Friday night. ducat) who spent Ihe evening playing canasta, were Connie Frame, Mi«s Evelyn Smith of Steele. Amos Pimberlon of Osceola. Arch Hrookfl, Jerry Sibmnoro ami Miss Clara Bell Keimyon, War Children Big Problem NAPLES (AP)—Some of the little boys who found friendly Ciis "easy marks" during v/orld War II have grown up to "become Nnplc-s' biggest police headache. The youths, now In their late cms and early 20s, are fillll pr.ic- :iclng the trades that hunger taughl ilicm during the war—chiefly pick- pocketing nnd theft of automobiles, their parts and contents. Hunger still is the cause of some of the crime. Habit, also plays a part. Despite an all-out drive by police, the problem will probably continue, says a Naples police official. amlly. Mrs. E. G. Snipes and Lt. Chester Caldwcll, Jr., arrived rom Schenectndy, N.Y., to spend a ;0-day furlough with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Caldwell, he- ore reporting to Camp Sloneman, Calif.,, where he will be assigned to to overseas duty. S|Sgt. Dan Cnld- Aln., lo spend a week end pass with his parents, and brother. Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Dobbs of Uist Cane, announce the birth of their second clithl. a son, whom they have named Phillip Cllne. He was born Dec. 22 at WnlT* Hospital. His mother Is the former Miss Willie. Fay Vcach. Mr. and Airs. Ben Hnrpole nnd son are spending the Christmas holidays with Ihclr parents In Tien- Ion. Mr. and Mrs. I. n. Colemnn and family 'plan to go tu Clnrksdnte Miss., after Mrs. Cnletnan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dortch Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry nnd their two sons, Alan and Jerry, who nre fitting Iliem for the holidays plan to be In Pronttffi. Mtss., 'Christmas day, with Mr. Berry's mother Mrs. P. W. Berry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Zimmerman and children, Mnry Katherine imi Donna Jean of Las Cruses, N. M and Mr. nnd Mrs. D. K. Bondur ant of Fort Worth are the guesta e Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Applebamn, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter-:- Lutes, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry'Uifc.s and families. Mr. 'nrid.. Mrs. Fred Marshall of Hot Springs arc the guests of Iheir Pigeons Get The Hot Foot NEW YORK (AP)—The best waj lo keep pigeons off public buildings Is to give them the "hot fool." The British Information Service report* that a slender electric wire Is rim along ledges on which the birds Usually perch. Tilt: transmits a, weak shock once n second. Anj bird coming In contact with the wire usually Inkcs off immediately. A number of large buildings in Birmingham. England, hnve tried it successfully .according to Ihe, report Hlrnm Ulysses was the bnp'tls mal name of Ulysses Simpson Orant. of quests. Centering the dining table , the lostcss chofic a Christmas scene, and the bridal place cards were fed with sprigs of holly. Lighted rees nnd greenery gave the party 1 holiday atmosphere. • Mrs. Speck wore a grey faille af- ernoon frock with which she wore an American beauty chiffon stole caught at her shoulder with a rhlne- fitone pin. She was presented silver In her liosen pattern by the hostesses. Following the luncheon. Mrs. Bruce Ivy complimented the young couple witji n tea-dance from four to lilx nt the 60 Club. Mrs. Speck wore a ballerina length frock in white pure silk wllh silver threads Interwoven through the material. The dre?s featured a wide black velvet belt and her ehoes were also black velvet. She pinned a purple orchid nt her shoulder. The lea table wis centered with a Christmas tree of graduated size Christmas balls. Frosted magnolia leaves were uecd in profusion throughout the room. The traditional punch bowl ot egg nog wax placed on a smaller InbUj nnd the larger table which was overlaid in a lace cloth held a variety of camipcs and hors d'oelivres. Individual wedding cakes were served with punch. The tea was followed with dnnc- Ing. The hostess presented Mr. and Mrs. Speck with a'fiilver tray. Twenty-five couples attended, The out- of-lown guests were Misses Mnry Ann and Nancy Crain, Miss Joanne Cullom and Baker Springfield, all of Wilson, Graham Parllow of Blytheville. Paul Bill of Basselt, Miss Linda Pope, Mlsa Shirley Amos, W. T. Parker nnd Mr. and Mrs, Charles Robinson, nil or Kelser. '." This season, BI In the' past «ix years, the traditional party carried out the menu appropriate for the occasion, beginning with a punchbowl filled with egg-nog and deo- oraled around the bowl with, holly sprays. Tuesday,night, 85 friends gathered at the, Mears home. They were ushered inlo the dining lable, overlaid by a white cover and centered u'Kh a flower box arrangement of small gold and silver fluffy tinsel Ohlstmas lree$ with red falvla and Christmas balls In red and silver. Looking toward the buffet a glittering while Christmas Irce In odd shaped balls and bubbling lights was topped with a star. Throughout the house the approaching holiday was In evidence.' Canapes and oilier Christmas foods were served from the table by Mrs. Mears. The guests siwnt the evening informally. C'elcbrate The fifteenth anniversary of six friends was celebrated Tuesday when Mr. and Mrs. Fate Harmon, Mr.'and Mrs. Pat Klnard and Mrs. Sue Pennhigton and Miss Ruby Annabel were Invited to Ihe Hnrmoti home to help celebrate the little gathering that began on Christmas Eve In 1937. < The hosts served supper and Die evening was spent playing canasta. ; Hob'day greenery and red berries carried- out 'the Christmas theme. Reagraveg, Whiten Entertain Among the festive events of Christmas week and following a ' custom of several years, Mr. and \ Mrs. Allan Segraves and Mr. and Mrs. John Binford White enter- ' tairied with open house Monday : night from 8 to 10 for 22 couples' at the Segraves home. On the front door a wreath of Christmas greens gave a gay greel- woe* » homjr-toM b*>- «»mooB dr*n. Tht ofl-Uw-thouJder top wu outlined in buck hof*e hair braid. The em-', bowed d«Ign gave .the effect of lace. • The evening, following th« meal, M *pent in/orrnally. M Club Meed Tht memberi of the "36" Club give their annual. Christmas party Thursday at Delta Club. Gifts piled high beneath the tree were distributed among the members. Christmas trees glowing with bubbling ornaments were placed around the room, where the couples danced to the muslo of Earl. Roberts' Dlxle- crat-s. Sandwiches and Iced drlnts were served during the evening. The hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes,- Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Buchanaii, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbsrt rind !iEr. aha Mrs. BfH Thomas. Personals Mr. and Mrs. 'Boyd White and children left Sunday for Little Hock and Rogers where they will spend ttw kol1d»y« TrlUl ittn. ?**•* p^. enta »nd fiindchlldrwi. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chfyn «^ children of New Orlttuu Mi»«4 Sunday to spend Chrlstww w1«i Mr. Gwyn's parents, Mr. and Mr*. P 1 O. Gwyn. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Jr., and daughter of Little Rock arrived today to spend Christinas with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Sr., «nd Mis* Elizabeth Ann Ivy. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. fteld of Kennett, Mo., were In Osceola Monday on business.' Drawing for Seats HONG KONG (AP)—'Hits crown colony hns been allotted 100 seal* for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth In" London next June, but more than 300 want to attend, A drawing will bo held to determine who will waU:h tlie event from spe- 1 1 clal scats, or view the pageantry from housetops and curbstones. About one-third of the citizen* of San Antonio, Tex., are of Mexican or Indian origin Mcars Have Drop-In Art event'looked forward to every yuletidc is Ihe drop-in Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Mears have for their friends in tlie young married set. ing to the arriving guests. Lights glittering from the decorated tree and the traditional burning candles were especially attractive. The guests were invited Into the dining room where'a Christmas feast of turkey, hanij shrimp moldj cheese dii>s and a variety of sweets were arranged on a Madcrla Covered table. For the centerpiece, a snow man made an effective decoration. Mrs. Segravca received her guests _ In a winter white semi-formal fea- ' luring a full skirt and a removable ^aj^g^«"«c{ *« ^ ^^ ^ veil wiil arrive from HIrmlnghnm, son, M. F. Mnrsimll nnd family. RITZ THEATRE ON SALE NOW AT $2.50 EACH TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY MURIEL LAWRENCE WILLIAM CHING *»> Tilt F*MOU5 FRENCH CAN CAN DANCERS Also Shorts: "Let's Have a i'arnde" and' "Siimlja iMauiu" RITZ GUESTS Mr. nnti Mrs. liarncy Crook and family Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson and family Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Hudson Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobby Cullison nnd family Ritz Guests to See Our Christmas and Friday Feature "Bloodhounds of Broadway" Mr. and Mrs. Milton E. Wolib S: family Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whilsill and family Mr. George Muir Jr. Miss Mary Sue Wright Tine management ; an.d staff of our theaters wish to take this opportunity to extend our sincere greetings, wish you holiday happiness and most of all wish you a very, very .... RITZ, RCOpr & STARVUE CHRISTMAS & FRIDAY at the RITZ *JSBS* AND TO START THE NEW YEAR "JUMPING JACKS" starring Martin & Lewis "SON OF PALEFACE" in technicolor, with Bob Hope and Jane Russell "ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET CAPTAIN KIDD, in techni- color. ['WAY OF A GAUCHO" with Gene Tierney & Rory Calhoun, in technicolor.

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