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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS P*t Mullinj, Society Kditor Phcm* 4461 Wilson Teachers • Are Married at Calico Rock WILSON-Tlie Methodist Church In Cullco Rock »ns Die scene tor the wedding Dec. 22 of Mia Mavis Rodman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Calvin Rodman of Calico Rock, and Bruce Frf7.zell, son of Mrs. Bruce Friz/ell, Sr.', nnd the lute Mr. Fiizzell of Bradford. The Rev. Amos P. Muncy officiated. Baskets of chrysanthemums against a background of mistletoe and evergreens marlmi the place of ceremony. Music was provided bv Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Worrell of Knfrhes. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore n ballerina length gown of net and chanlllly Ince over taffeta. The fitted bodice was designed with n hl?h neckline outlined H-Hh npplfiiiied lace flowers studded utth feed pearls nnd liny rlllne- slones. Her fingertip Illusion veil was caught to a'matching half-hat covered with pcarli. She carried a Bible topped with orchids. Miss Mildred Hood of Memphis was maid of honor. She was gowned In n ballerina frock of pale pink net. A matching lace hnlo.anri rosebud nosegay completed her ensemble. Bryan Gray of Bixby. Okla., was best man. Ushers were Jame.s Muncy of Lnlte City and Robert Ferrctl. Following the ceremony a reception Mas hejd In the church parlors. The table was covered with a hand made lace cloth over sntin. Assisting were Mrs. E|ZA McComack «nd Mrs. B. C. Jackson. Mrs. Kenneth Ferryman was In charge of the guest, book and Mrs. Earl T. Estes arid Mrs. Oriuly Ferryman presided at the bride's table. For travel, Mrs. Frlzzell chose a light blue wool suit, brown accessories and a brown orchid corsage. ' After » wedding trip to Tennessee •rid Ketltucky, the couple is nt home In O.sceola. Mr, nnd Mrs. Frlz^cll lire members of the \Vllson High School faculty. MAlfltlKI) — Miss jMavis. Korlrmin and aoth members if the Wilson High School faculty, exchanged marriage vows at the Methodist. Church in Calico "Rock Dec. 22. They are now making their homo iy Wilson. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained • marriage license from the oltice of the County Clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Melvin MorrJs and Delorls Ann Carter, both of Blj'thevllle. Wonder Companion By Sue Burnett The Ideal \\«y to si retch your warm weather wnvclrob.:—make this slim, easy-to-few sleeveless dress in a 'crisp tubbable fabric-, ihcn sew the fitted companion Jacket for cover. SpecisI in half sizes. Pattern No. E915 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes H'i' 16'.'. IB'i. 20';. 24'j. Size ]d',; 5'i, yarn's of 39-il!i;)l. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, nrfiire.'S. site de- lired. nnd the PATTERN NUMBER 'o Sue Burnett, Courier News, 376 «iunlcy St., Chicago 6, III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION tor '52. Fall slid Winter. This new issue is filled with iilcjis for smart, practical sewing tor a new season: gifi pattern printed inf-idi- Ihe book, 25c. Bridge Played; Benefit Game To Be Held Here A three-table HoweU movement wns jilnycd by members of the Bly- thevillc . Duplicate Bridge LcnRiie Saturday afternoon nt a semi-weekly gn'Jie, Winners Inducted Mrs. Raymond Smith and Mrs, Jim Roleson, first and Mrs, Frank Grlgsby nnd O. K. Crowd!, second. A benefit Heart fund curd gnme will be conducted at Hotel Noble on Thursday evening nt 7:30 p.m.'when duplicate bridge with sccdoiml rut- ;lng nnd party .bridge nnd canasta will be ] played. A door prize will be given. Dell Supper Club Entertained Here Members and guests of the Dell Supper Club were entertained,Saturday night with a ninthly supper-" dance at the American Legion Hut. Mr. and Mra. Kcmper Bruton nnci Mr. nnd Mrs. Merrlil o.sborne entertained (he 80 giicsls with "Dude Ranch" party. The tables were decorated with figurines of cowboys, horses, cattle, Indians, and other suggestive ornaments. They were.served buffet style from n "Chuck Wagon." " Following dinner, the evening was spent In dancing, and guests dressed according to the theme. ' Farewell Party Is Given Here Mrs Clarence Brahmim', who Is moving lo St. Louis, wns honored last week with n farewell party and shower at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Hostesses were Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Tom Burns. Mrs. Herman Lane, nnd Mrs. Dob Smith. ' Coffee nnd pnrty foods were served during the afternoon, which wns spent in informal entertainment. . Svoj/it/alJ I i IRvthcillle llnsnllal i Ilismissed: O. T. Harper. Cit.v James Norlhr-rn. Jr. Hermondale Walls Hospital ROismisseld. Dismissed: Jim Kelly, city J. K. McBiicle', Huffman. Coming Events M mill a; Rcbekah Lodge has installation service at '1.30 p.m. Katie Hattoir Young Women's Auxiliary hns meeting with Miss Louncll Overman at 7:15. Dolly Hielt Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist church meets at 7:30 p.m. Lake Street Methodist Church Women's Society of Christian Service meets nt cr.urch. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at the Parish House at 8 p.m. with Mrs. O. O. Hardaway as hostess. Tuesday Mrs. Jock Hnle Is hostess to members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club. Y. M. Birthday Club members meet with Mrs. Lucius Lendennie at 7:30 p.m. Country club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at club. American Lcg'on Auxiliary meets at the Hut. Mr.?. Doyle Henderson entei tains members of., the Tuesday Bridge Club, >' La Petite Club Is being entertained by Mrs. Neal Qescll at the Country club. Tucsilaj Bust Side Garden Club meeting scheduled for Tuesday Is postponed until next month, when Mrs. Lee Stiles Is '..hostess. • Wednesday Regular meeting of the Colonel John Martin- Chapter of DAC at HnXcl Noble at 10:30 nm., with luncheon. Mrs. Baker Wilson la hostess to members of the Wednesday Club. . i\U's. Mnrvln Nunn entertains members of Ihe Town and Country Club. " Miss Vcra Ooodrlch Is hostess to members of the OIB Club. Garden Department of Blytheville Woman's Club hns 3:30 p.m. meet- Inn. when Mrs. B. A. Bngg speaks on "AUar Arrangements." Thursday ' Mrs. Kendnl Deny Is hostess with a -1 p.nl. luncheon for members of the executive board of the First Baptist WMU. Mrs. Rodney Banister entertains Thursday Conlrnct-Chib. Mrs. Frank Seay Is hostess to , members of the GEO Club. Heart Fund Benefit Card game is to be played at the Hotel Noble. with duplicate bridge with sectional rating, antl parly bridge ami can- nstn, at 8 p.m. Bnrdetlc PTA hns 2:30 p.m. mect- inp at school with executive board meeting nt 2 pm. Saturday Rtoryhour at the City Library Is lielng held from 9 to 11 a.m. Bits of News / D / «y> / et-dottai Mr. and Mrs. WlJlord Perry announce the birth of a son, Dec., 28 it the Blythoville Hospital. He has been nnincd Gregory Michael, and ha.s a brother, Roy Willard. Mrs. Perry Is tho former Miss Lctha Swain. Dr. and Mrs W. p.' Brewer have returned from Dallas, Tex., where they spent the holidays. ftfrs. C. O. Miller of Memphis was the guest of Mrs. Jane Miller * nd children, Karen June and Nan, this week, Mr. and Mrs. IS. E. McArdJe of Houston, Tex., arrived today for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger and family, and her mother. Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, 'On their return home, they will be accompanied by Mrs. Hodgson, who will visit In Houston and New Orleans La for several weeks. " . Mrs. Emma Nolen Is spending today In Memphis: •Ihlrd class Petty officer and Mrs William P. Joyncr and infant son of Memphis left Saturday.lo ctiirn to their home after spending two weeks with their parents Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyncr and 'Mr.' iind Mrs. Jack Matheny. They were accompanied to Memphis by (he Joyners, who went on to Jackson Miss., to visit their (laughter, Mrs " Jernlgan. Mr. Jerniean Freeman nnd son. . C'ary Mason, Jerry Berry Larry Isaacs, Clovis Oarnett, all students nt the University of Arkansas, returned to school yesterday. They were accompanied to Little flock by Alan iierry, who is n student there at University School of Medicine. Mr. ami Mre. Herbert Swcarengen had as their week end guests, their daughter. Miss Virginia swetircn- gen of Memphis nnd Lloyd Stith of Kansas City, Mo., who came especially for the Anderson-Williams wedding Saturday In" Osceola. Mr Sttth Is n fraternity brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Melvin Halsell and daughter. Dlnne. and Mrs. R. E. Oreen and daughter, Lana, spent Friday in Memphis. Entertainment Too Easy In Push-Button Age The January Issue of a national magazine has a thoueht-pravoking article called "The Expanding Living Room." Judging from our own living room and the living- rooms of many of our. friends, I can't help feeling the family living room has ex panded too far. We've brought so much entertainment Into one room thnt an eve ning at home is like a five - ring MONDAY, JAtf. 5, II VOWS " I'LKDGED — Mrs, Spencer Anderson, Jr., was before her Saturday evening marriage, Miss Joyce Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1..W. Williams. Mr. Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Anderson, Sr., of Osccola. They will live in Wilmington, Del. Williams-Anderson Rites Conducted OSCEOLA—In a candlelight ceremony at Hie First Methodist Church Saturday night, Miss Joyce Williams became the bride of Spencer Ander-, son, Jr. The bride is the daughter of Mr. S nd Mrs. L. W. Williams nnd f)e rroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Anderson, Sr. The Rev. Garland Tayjor, pastor. officiated at the ceremony before frock nnd each wore purple orchid palm trees studded -with pink and | corsages were Harold Williams ol Little nock, cousin of the bride, Bill Burt of Joiner ami M. L. Palrley. Mrs. Williams chose (or her daughters wedding a grey crepe dress with bands of panne velvet. Her accessories were in black. Mrs. Anderson, mother of tho groom, was attired In a cocoa brown crepe W'hite carnations. Cathedral candles tied with white satin streamers caught- with white carnations sprayed w'lth Stardust marked the bridal aisle. Vows K-ere said beneath an arch entwined with snillax and studded with white carnations. Tile couple knelt on a white satin prie dteu fi>r the double ring ceremony. Nuptial rn»sle was rendered by Mrs. Harold Jones on the organ. Mips Jeanette Woodard sang, "Because," "Through the Years," and "The Lord's Prayer." Bride Given By Father The bride, given In marrlape by her father, wore a wedding dress of Renaissance French lace over white satin. The full skirt in ballerina length, was poised over a crinoline petticoat, and the basque waist featvred to scalloped neckline. Worn over Ihe sown was a short Spencer jacket with long sleeves extending into Calla points over the hand. , i Her shoulder length veil, drifts of i light." chosen by the bride, illusion, was molded into a cap and j FoUowing the reception the young held in place by a cluster of seed 1 couple left for Wilmington. Del., pearls and orange blossoms. She | where he is assistant contract en Ruth Millell Reception Is Given- The bride's parents entertained with a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. Those assisting in receiving were Mrs. John Douglas, Miss Julia Mae Morrison, Miss Martha Ann Moore, Mrs. Bob Jones. Miss Elizabeth Slcveu- FOn of Memphis, and Miss Nora Pace, wiio was In charge of the bride's book. The bride's table was overlaid by a handmade crochet cloth which was centered with a three tiered wedding cake, lopped with bride and groom. Purple orchids encircled the cake. Crystal candelabra flanked the cake on either side. At the punch table, bouquets' of orchids and angelwings were tied to the four corners of the lace draped table. The reception room .was illuminated by candlelight, carrying out j the theme of "Orchids and Candle- ! lieht " rhflsfin hw ihn Kr!na vore a pearl necklace, a gift ol the glneer lor the Dupont Company, bridegroom. Cascading from a white j T ^ e bride's traveling ensemble English ^atin Bible were white orchids. At th° rnd ol ench streamer, a white orchid was tied into the ribbons. The feminine attendants were •dentical gowns of American beauty Marched faille. Each carried wed- din-r ring arrangements of purple orchids Interspersed with aneel VLTTS and tied with puffs of matching tulle. Serving the bride as matron of IIKC u live - rmg oervmg ine oriae as matron ot :ircus. You don't know which act \ honor was Mrs. Edward Crenshaw to watch. ; ' " ' r ""' i 'h. rnnsin of (he bride. Shall you turn on the radio and Bridesmaid was Mrs. David Hisaw. see what's doing there? Or pile a ' •' ^rooin of Rolla, Mo., stack of good music on the phono-i—' J'.'vi-r bridesmaids were Sarah Trapli and relax with a boo-:? Or Earnheart of Eudora, Miss., and Adalalde Williams of Marked Tree, cousins of the bride. < Aubrey Anderson, brother of the groom was Dest man. and ushers maybe you'd better check the eve ning paper to see what television shows ar on? Thrc's rarely a dull moment today in (he family living room. If there Is all you have to do Is turn another dial. It's probably an old-fashioned notion, bill r can't help wonder what it would be like in every over-ex- paiulcd living room today if we had one night a weok when we pretended the phonograph wouldn't work, the radio was on the blink, and something was haywire inside the TV set. If one night a week we looked to ourselves for entertainment. If on that night we made our own music, tafd our own stories, cracked our own jokes and quietly read our newspapers and figured our own reactions to tthe day's news instead of having it analyzed for us by "experts." It wouldn't be as easy as turning a dial. But 11 ought to be interesting. If we don't do something like that tvilj our children ever have any idea of how to amuse themselves and entertain others 7 If they grow up like constant spectators at a five-ring circus are they ever going to be able to create entertainment? It's an old-fashioned notion, I'll admit, but it keeps bothering me just the sama. 63 menus that took off 160 Ibs. Kvor since, the August t.idits 1 Home Journal carried Helen Fraley's remarkable reducing success, pearlers have set up a cry for more del ails— more menus. Here they are: Usty— low-calorie- varied-low-cost! 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Ark-Mo Power Co. was an imported English tweed suit in brown and mauve, her ha. was a Howard Hodge original in brown angora with gold trim. Her accessories were brown and she pin lor vintcr panic and (Illinois, iio.hiiij ruulil be prcTticT i,,«,, « In clear, beautiful red. This one, by Mollie l-arnls, Is in IIM'U d'an^e" h»s a soft skirt will, two rtrapcd panels at ihe front. ,u, empire bodice outlines the bosom. Sleeves are short and shirred. _ By Oailc Du-u NEA Woman's Editor. Miilsaps, she received her Master's! C-,,., n ' • n •• • - - - iquare Dancing Declines , degree at Peabody College in Nashville. She was on the Osceoia faculty last year, Mr. Anderson is a graduate of Cteccola High School and the University of Arkansas where he was n member of PI Kappa Alpha social fraternity. Many Out-nr-ToMn Guests Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rncnce Williams and daugh- etrs. Adelaide and Anita, of Marked -rj^; i.i'. and Mrs. Lee Williams and son, Harold of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shelton of St. Louis, grandparents of the bride; Mrs. Winnie Ozse, Ward O7.ee 'and Miss Z'cta Dunn of Chaffee, Mo,; Mrs. Maine Brown, Miss Reba Abernathy of Poplar Bluff, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jameson of Bald Knob; Mrs. J. A. Earnheart. Kathy Enrnheart, Mrs. W. A. Earnheart, Sarah Helen Earnheart. Mary Ann Earnheart and Billy ' Earnheart, Mrs. John S. Jordan grandmother of the bride, all of Eudora, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crenshaw, Sr. of Whitehaven. Tenh, Pfc. Edward Crenshaw. Jr., of Fort Smith, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Kinney of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chism of Hughes. Those from Blytheville attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cookstbn, TOKYO W) — Square dancing once highly popular among the Japanese, Ls on the way out, the Japan News reports. • -^ Tlie newspaper says resonsibilitypl 1 for (he decline belongs to the dancers themselves. One pioneer in tho field observes they'v made It •=» complicated that newcomers ara baffled. American square dancing was Introduced In Nagasaki after the war as n good wny to teach democracy. The Japanese loved It. Some 500.003 of them — Including the Einperor'i brothers — took it up. But now, says Ihe News, square dance enthusiasts have dwindled to 100,000. av.t.l.-'oul 1C=> *t;ic LJ1UMII alia 5nC pill- ^CIC nil . illlu 1VHU. d. ,J, t,OUSSlOIl, ned two purple orchids at her shoul- Miss Virginia Swearengen, W. S. der. , Rader, Jr., Bill Stoval, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Anderson, after graduating Fred McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. from Osceoia attended'Miilsaps Col- Charlie Smith, Mrs. George Smith, lege in Jackson, Miss., and gradual- Othere were Pvt. and Mrs. David ed there. She was a'meinber of the Hlsaw of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Beta Sigma Omicron social sorority, i Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher, Mr. and 2 member of the student executive -- -- - - -board, vice president of the Woman's Council, member of the YWCA Council, member of the Sigma Lambda leadership honorary, and member of Miilsaps Dramatic players. After graduating from Mrs. Harold Howcrlon, Mr. and Mrs. o. P. Burt all of Joiner; and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hi^gins of Frenchman Bayou. There are 19,855,857 acres within the national forests of California- LAST TIMES TODAY "» KOWMAJ PiCIUSt Paramount News & Selected Short Subjects RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Deal and family Mr. and Mrs. Don Morris Mrs. Conily Eaton and family Mr. and Mrs; Harold Do/.ier TUESDAY ONLY! T«n<l«rly, ' beheld W ...In the Sh •f Us *MI! THE prtWrtM A St*"t»y Kfirwf Cor"P»nr SHORTSr "House Tricks" & "Little Witch" RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wall! Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Dndcl Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stoval] Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39« At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE Double Feature BRODEKICK DONNA MM CRAWFORD REED DEREK -TV) (XT*!? • M«V| Q K* E • Htvj lt >J Tn! S!*rJ.-j^ !,[*•« lr t *^ J $i [j-rt i^a- hot*! tr ra '- CLIFTON G!NGEft WEBB-ROGERS.' Also Metro News TUBS - WED - THURS Double Feature -Plus— HUT MJ8TIH • IlKtVuisH • UOSI* 0«M«« Ct>t»E t3K«[K • m XIUER Also Cartoon

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