The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1955 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20,1958, BLYTHEVILLS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor News — • ^ *•* " "J Phone 3-4461 C. G. Redman Jr,. of Blytheville To Wed Miss McLean of Florida Mr. ami Mrs. Archie W. McLean of CIcarwaler, Fla., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Harriet Irene, to Clarence George Redman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George Redman of Blytheville. Miss McLean, a native of Clearwater, attended schools there, graduating in 1950. She received her nurse's training at the Touro Infirmary School of Nursing in New Orleans. La., and became a registered nurse in 1053. She is at present on the staff of Passavant Memorial Hospital in Chicago where she moved in August of 1955. Mr. Redman graduated from Blytheville High School in 1948. While attending high school lie served as president of the National Honor Society and was a member of the" Beta Club., glee club and Red Ra-zoos. He attended Virginia Military i Institute and .graduated with the | rank of captain when he received i his bachelor of science degree in | civil engineering there in 1952. Upon his graduation from the In-> stitute he entered sales training at Bethleliem Steel Corporation in| Bethlehem, Pa. I In November of the same year j he entered the United States Air Force where lie served two years with 16 months of that time being in Japan. The groom-elect received his discharge from the Air Force and resumed his training at Bethlehem Steel He.is currently assigned to the firm's Chicago office. He is a member of the Oak Park Junior Chamber of Commerce there. The wedding will take place Dec. 30 at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Clearwater, Pla., at 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Redman are planning to attend the ceremony. Luncheon Compliments Sonny Stires Trinity Baptist i Choir To Mrs. Baker Wilson, and Mrs. Har- rv Long Jr., of Memphis entertainer! at Blytheville Country Club .Saturday with a luncheon complimenting Miss Mdba Pryor. The wedding bell theme was carried out in the decorations with the table centerpiece being bells filled with white chrysanthemums. Miss Pryor received a camelia corsage and gift of crystal from her hostesses. Mrs. Paul Pryor, mother of the honoree. was also presented a camelia corsage. Bits of News WLt/ y er&onal Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At AH Times TUBS, WED. & THURS. Double Feature K THIS IS MY LOVE plitnUM » MO f'KlltnS. In — AND — "EMOTIONAL WALLOP" Winners Class Has Annual Christmas Dinner . Winners Sunday School Class ot Nuzarene Church held its annual Christmas dinner at the Woman's Club last night. The dinner was served from tables overlaid with white cloths dec- I orated with poinsettias. Lighted | candles were used as decorations i Sixty-three members were present when the Rev. Harold Thompson led the prayer and also presented the devotional. j Gifts were exchanged by class members and special gifts were, presented to the Rev.'J. Louis Em-j inert, church pastor, and Mrs. Roy .Gaines, class teacher. Tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. members of Trinity Baptist Church Choir will present a Christmas cantata entitled "Chimes of the Holy Night." Sonny Stires will serve as director with Miss Bloise Pack serving as accompanist. Those taking part in the presentation will be Miss Bermce Overman, Mrs. Juanita Dickson, Mrs. J. M. Bohannon, Mrs. Sue Rouselle, Mrs. Freddy Pierce, Mrs. Fran Carter, Miss Gayle Sherrill, Miss Marjorie Dougherty and Mrs. Irene Prichard as sopranos. Alsos singing will be Mrs. Idell Lowe. Mrs. O. O. Stires, Mrs. Marilyn Stires, Miss Elaine Pack, Miss Betty Crocker, Miss Sherrell Williams. Miss Glendn Penney and Mrs. Georgia West. Henry McCain, Leon Lowe-and Raymond Dickson will be the tenor section with the Rev. Bill Cook, J. M. Boha»non, Gene Pierce and W. 0. Penney singing the bass parts. ALSO CARTOON YarbroWSCS Entertains Husbands Yarbro Women's Society of Christian Service entertained their husbands with a potluck supper and Christmas party at the clubhouse last night. Mrs. Billy Joe Nelson was a new member of the group. Following the meal group sing- Ing of Christmas carols was conducted and the Rev. Carl Burton led in prayer. ' Mrs. Burton told a Christmas story entitled. "Four Strangers on a Train." Following this story secret sisters exchanged gilts with guests also being included in the gift exchange. Teen-Agers Open Season With Dance Opening the Christmas season for Ihe teen-agers of Blytheville was a dance at the Jaycee Clubroom Saturday night. Hosts and hostesses for the affair were Carlton Stiles, Kemp Whisenhunt, Charles Bilbrey, Robert Thompson, Jerry Martin, Buzzy Councille, Hugh Day, Karen Miller. Joy Skaller, Becky Cooper, Florence Ambrose and Mary Jane Droke. Parents of this group were chaperones. Christmas lights along with Christmas novelties were used to decorate the clubroom. During the evening sandwiches, potato chips and iced drinks were served. Mrs E C. Lilten of Grenada, Miss.,'and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gran- hom and sons Ray and RaLpli ol Fort Benning, Ga., were the guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Damon and family and T/Sgt. Cal Litten of the Blytheville Air Force Base. Mrs. Stanley Harris of Water Valley, Miss., is spending the holiday season here with her mother, Mrs. Owen McKay, and her sister, Mrs. Francs Damon, Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham Sudbury arid sons Roger and David left yesterday for Little Rock to attend the wedding of their son and brother, J. Graham Sudbury. to Miss Susanne Medljn today at Firsi, Methodist Church in Little Rock. Leaving today to attend the ceremony are the bridegrooms grandmother, Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, his aunt, Miss Tabitha Sudbury, ana his uncle, J. T. Sudbury. Johnny Loggins, student at Texas A. and M. has arrived home to spend the holidays with his parent*. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Loggins. Braxton Gill, student at Baylor arrived home Sunday to spend the yulelide season with his parents Mr. and Mrs, Ed Hardin. Miss Beryle Bevill, student University of Mississippi, returnee home over the weekend to sperid the holidays with her parents, Mr. v and Mrs. S. H. BevilL Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Wayne Burnham of Torrance, Calif., arrived Monday to spend the holiday." here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bil Harding and Mr. and Mrs. T. I Seay. L Cpl. Burnham has Just ar rived in the U.S. from a tour o overseas duty. Cpl. Jimmy R. Booker will arrive Thursday to spend the holidays with ; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.' Booker. Mr. and Mrs. Booker will also have as their guest then- daughter, Miss Mabel Booker, from hicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parksr left yesterday afternoon for Lexington, Ky., to attend funeral services for Mrs. Parker's sister, Mrs. Ralph Odley. Services here are still incomplete but will probably be held sometime Thursday. Pfc. Gary Mason arrived here Sunday to spent his Christmas furlough With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason. Pfc. Mason is now stationed at Fort Bliss. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long, Jr., of ] Memphis spent the weekend here! visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r Baker Wilson. | George Johns returned home: yesterday from Kennedy Veter-1 ans Hospital in Memphis to spend | the holiday season with his family, i He will return to the hospital i following Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Lamastus and grandson Jerry of Conchas Da, N. M., will spend the holiday season here with her mother, Mrs. D. T. Neely, and her sister, Mrs. George Perry. Miss Mary Frances Hatchel Miss Hatchel To Become Bride Of Cpl. Booker Miss Mary Frances Hatchel, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Hatchel of Blytheville, v/ill become the bride of Cpl. Jimmy E;. Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Booker of Biyiijeville, in a ceremony to be solemnized this month. The bride-elect is a junior at Armorel High School where she is a cheerleader. Cpl. Booker attended Blytheville Hish School where he was a member of the band, Future Farmers of America and the Operators Club. He is now stationed at Camp Chaffee with the Army. Christian Adventures Class Has Party Christian Adventurers Sunday School Class of First Christian Church met at the home of Lt. and Mrs. Curtis Johnson last night for a Christmas party. Focal point of the entertaining rooms was an illuminated and tinseled Christmas tree which stood in front of the picture window. Twenty-five members and two guests, the Rev. and Mrs. James Rainwater, attended the affair. Party games and contests were in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Winford Miller and Lt. and Mrs. Dick Lauer. During these garner popcorn balls and Christmas candies were served. Gifts for needy seven year olds along with fruit was brought by class members. Mrs. ,J. Cecil Lowe, class teacher, received a gift from the group. Following the social hour, Vernon Strickland conducted a business ses sion at which time Jerry Lowe was recognized for playing of the church chimes each cmy during the holiday season. Singing of Christmas carols and praypr in a friendship circle dismissed cf the group. Reception Honors Choir Members Following the presentation of "The Story of Christinas," by members of the Chancel Choir of First Baptist Church Sunday evening a reception was given in honor of choir members. The social rooms of the' churcn were decorated with silvered magnolia leaves, frosted greenery, giant Christmas candles and sparkling baubles. The refreshment table was centered with a ma.ssive arrangement of magnolia leaves in which stood a giant flaming candle. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon presided at he punch powl with Mrs. J. T. 'estbrook having charge of the ake plate. Those assisting in serving were drs. C- L. Me Waters, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Chapman, Mrs. J. W. Rayder, •ATS. Fred Copeland and Mrs. R. Vla 1 lory. During the affair members of the hoir presented Loyd Owens, choir irector, and Mrs. C. Murray Smart. rganisi, with gifts. Calvary WMU Circles Have Bible Circles v of Calvary Baptist Women's Missionary Union met yesterday for Bible studies. Circle One met at the home ol Mrs. Kenneth Wardlaw with Mrs. Buddy Corkran having charge of the study. Prayers were led by Mrs. W. F. 'Neat and Mrs. Carra Pruitt. Circle Two met at the home ol Mrs, Dale Garner with one visitor, Mrs. Jerry Clifford, present. Mrs. Claude Rowland presided over the meeting which was opened with the repeating of the watchword. Mrs, Fred Philbrook and Mrs. Raymond Bomar led the prayers. The House of Commons has been forbidden ground to English rulers since 1642, when Charles I tried to enter with his soldiers to arrest political dissenters. TUESDAT Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Cowger, 7:30 p.m. WKIJN'ESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. ri. C Owens. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. The western pronghorn ani elope, alone of all horned creatures, has horns that RI'OW over bony cores and yet. sheds them every year. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James E. Lawrence, city. Joel Wayne Button, Rt. 3, chy. W. O. Sanders, city. Wade Owen, Manila. Mrs. Elmer Kemper and baby, city. Mrs. J. C. Sutum and baby, city. Lester Godwin, city. Chickasawba Hospital Lark Anderson, city Cheryl Julian, Osceola" Willie Caldwell, city Mrs. Don Brinn, city W. D. Cobb, city Mrs. Bessie Hovey, city Bradley Workman, city Michael Tomlin, city Ricky Robertson, city Mrs. Robert Metcalfe, city Chester Vinson, Armorel Mrs. Doyle Houston and baby Osceola Alyane Reed, city J. J. Tyler, Steele Mrs. John Berry, Steele Mrs. John Ed Regenold, Arm ore! Karen Dunkley, city Walter Ashby, Luxora James, Rogers Jr., Manila Edward Moore, Steele Mrs. Robert Davis and baby city Nina Nations, city Mrs. Horald Christie and baby Steele Mrs. Thomas Ryan and babj , city I Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jacky Stabbs, city Phillip Lum. city Juanita Brewer, Manila Mrs. Galbrairh and baby, Holland Lela Batemon and baby, Rt. 3. city Mrs. J. E, Allen, Hornersville J. W. May, city Mrs. D. S. Caldwell and baby, Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and '1 p.m. for Uitz & Rozy Program Announcements Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hodge The Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS How on Sale at Ritz Box Office TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Find Your Name In Our Ad And Be Our Guest to See "Angela" o Dennis O'KEEFE and Mara LANE —In— \\ ANGELA PLUS SELECTED SHORTS MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sal. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature "3 RING CIRCUS" With Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis _ AND — "I Cover the Underworld" ALSO CARTOON The right gift \ Family Reunion Held at Home Here A McGregor family reunion was held at tlio home of Mr. and Mrs. Ear] McGregor here Sunday. Following the dinner members ot the family exchanged Christmas gifts around a lighted tree. Attending from out-of-town vjere Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wood and sons of Snow Lake, Ark. teele Mrs. Bobbie Jean Ikerd and aby, Rt. 1, city. LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! REMEMBER . . . 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