The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
Page 4
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(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 19M - Society News - i-a Ann MflMnrv. Society Editor * p hc Miw Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Cotillion Club Members and Guests Entertained with Annual Dance Cotillion Club members and their guests were entertained Saturday night at Hoted Noble Plantation Room with their annual Christmas dance. Music for dancing was provided by Benny Bufflngton's orchestra from Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kemper Bruton, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen, Mr. and Mrs I. B. Coleinan. Mr. and Mrs. John CaudlU, Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brooks were hosts lor the annual event. The ballroom was decorated with laurel roping, red candles, giant red bells and silvered foliage. A giant white Christmas candles nestled in silvered magnolia leaves and greenery formed the bufJet tu- ble's centerpiece. Individual tables held laurel roping. Red bells were suspended from the ceiling. A lighted Christmas tree completed the decorations. Trinity Circles Have Meetings Circles of Trinity Baptist Church met this week. Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Richardson with four members and two visitors, -Mrs. J, C. Jewell and Mrs. E. A. Mitchell, present. Mrs. Bill Cool led the opening prayer with Mrs. Richardson conducting the business session and Mrs. John Buchanan giving the devotional. Rose Marlowe Circle met at the home of Mrs. Mildred Ernest with six members present. Mrs. Carl Pike opened the meet- . ing with prayer and Mrs. Dean Boren conducted the business session, Mrs. Bonnie Salmon had charge of the program. Those taking parfcs on .the program were Mrs. Boren, Mrs. Ernest, Mrs. Nell Jenkins, Mrs. Mary Lewis and Mrs. Pike. BRIDE—In a ceremony solemnized Sunday afternoon at Wilson Methodist Church Miss Patsy Ann Cochran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cochran of Osceola, became the bride of James Richard Ferguson, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Ferguson of Wilson. The Rev. Raymond A. Dorman, pastor, officiated at the exchange of vows. Two Events Yet For Country Club Members The Blytiieville Country Club will be open to members throughout the holiday season with two ipecial events yet to be held. On Wednesday night, Dec. 38, the Ladies of the club will sponsor fln j n f ormR i party for all club Annte Armstrong Circle met at members. the home of Mrs. Howard Cnld- Willie Blum, Osceola pianisten-' well with six members and one tertainer, will begin his music at i visitor present. j 8 p . m . for the party which will I Mrs. Cladwell Jed the opening I include dancing. prayer and Mrs. Max Koonce conducted the business session. Mrs. C. S. Birmingham gave the devotional and also had charge of the program. The annual New Year's Eve dance will be a combined affair of the University Club nncl members of the Country Club on Saturday, Dec. 31. /VACXJUD Motes*. ' ' ^taokwcfi, ...the more MOJUD the merrier! Christmas will b« merriest for Ihe "angel" who gets a whole wardrobe of Mojud nylons. They're famous "Magic Motion" stockings with extra "give" and spring-back in the knit for extra-closs, clinging fit. See our full selection of Mojud Holiday colors, and styles for every occasion. $100 Free Gift Wrapping Bits of News erional Earl Coppedge, student at the Citadel in Charleston, S. C., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, during the holiday season. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bottom and Mrs. Effie May were in Caraway Monday night to attend the installation of officers of the Caraway Eastern Star and Masonic Lodge. Misses Carmen Gary and Sharon Hendrix will return today from Newport where they visited Miss Alice Jarvis. They went especial- Sixth Grade, Junior High Set High Sclwol Students Perform Climaxing a series of Christmas music recitals at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe were the two presented last night. Little girls in crisp taffeta party Cohoon, Mabel Crook frocks worn over colorful petticoats, and Htle boys dressed in their bow aim line DO>S mtftsvu in vi^n uv*« Mrs. l/jwes nome was neion\vt-« lies and Sunday .suits played solos f 0r t nfl season with a lighted yule- and duets in keeping with the sea- ^ e t ree aIK i giant Christmas cand- son. , les. Her refreshment table held a A duet played by Diane Still and Sara Blakcmore entitled "Silent Night," opened the program. Also taking part on this program were Carl Lay, Jr... Patricia Lawrence, Dirt Wyatt, Mary Kay Stevens, Loretta Mallory, Jim GUI, Karen Phtchard and Rhonda Rinehart. The high school students also were dressed in colorful party frocks and Sunday suits. Betty Go\yai} opened this recital and others playing were Ann Brownlee. Ethel Jean Wyatt. Pat Henley JaNoel Smith, Jerry Ann ly to attend a yuletide dance. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers are leaving tonight for Chicago to _ i 1 \ i /1 I I I spend Christmas holidays wilh' (-,n<;nP WlV\U their daughter, Mrs. Jack Mitchell, i ^ JWC " IC T ' " "-' and family. HaS PrOarQlTI, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fisher and j _ . _ children left today for Arkadelphia to spend the holidays visiting relatives. Virginia Pay Gabbert of Mexico Ctiy is spending the holiday season here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Matthews. She will accompany her parents to Finnvilie, Mich., where they will visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Austin Jenkins, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Levy of Houston, Tex., will arrive Saturday to spend the Christmas holiday with her sister, Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. and famliy. Roland Mitchell, who is stationed with the Navy at New London, Conn., will arrive here tonight to spend the yuletide season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Simmons ol Cross City, Fla., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simmons, at Dell and her mother, Mrs. O. C. Stone, in BlytheviJle. Sgt. 1/c and Mrs. Walter Harrell and daughters Betsy and Jeannie of , Christmas Party Gosnell Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union met at the horns of Mrs. Prank Maxwell last night for a Royal Service program and Christmas party with 18 members, three visitors and one new member present. Group singing of Christmas carols opened the meeting with Mrs. Beulah Caldwell leading the opening prayer. Mrs. Wilma Williams gave the devotional. Those on program Were Mrs. Guv Geans, Mrs. Frances McMurray, Mrs. Bessie Grimes, Mrs. F. E. Lucius, Mrs. Alice Lott, Mrs. Gladys Jones and Mrs. Ruby Crawford. Mrs. C. L. Karnes closed the meeting by telling the Christmas storv. Fort Polk, La., are visiting her mother, Mrs. O. C. Stone, and her brother, Max Anderson, and Mrs. Anderson at Armorel. and jerry Lowe. Mrs. Lowe's home was deforced les. Her refreshment table held frosted pink centerpeice. Presiding at the table during the evening were Miss Millie Ann Mallory and Linda Joy Lindsey. Students participating on the program were presented with statues of famous composers by their teacher as Christmas presents. Mrs. Nichols Kindergarden Has Party The annual Christmas party for Mrs. Ralph Nichols' kindergarten was held yesterday afternoon in the "Santa Glaus" classroom. The pupils and their guests were entertained by a film of "The "Christmas Carol,' 'and a reading of the Christmas story as they clustered about the yuletide tree. After receiving Santa Glaus gingerbread men and gifts they enjoyed refreshments and Informal play in their classroom. Mrs. Nichols was assisted by Mrs. R. G. Porter and Mrs. Robert West. Junior hostess was Miss Judy Porter. Gosnell Honor Roll Is Announced I The honor roll of Gosnell Junior High and High Schools for the second six weeks was announced today. Leading the, honor roll are Audrey Gordon. Mary Jo Travis. Ann Walker, Sue Sparks, Buford Brackin, Jean Howard and Roy Lynn Via. Other students appearing on the list are Doris Adams, Eddie Cas| teel, Mavis Lollar, Donald Mosley, I Charles Mullin, Jimmy Moody, j Carolyn Potter. Christine Stark, Sharra Via. Juanlta Welch, Linda Cotton, and Faye Caldwell. Also on the list are Lena Middleton, Linda Hallmark, Wanda Bevill, Iva Nell Cordon, Brenda Bates, Joyce Brown, Bobby Raspberry, Charlotte Cotton, Linda Wright, Barbara Bevill. Marion Drane, Mary Prince, Edna Whittle and Wanda Whittle. Telephone Employees HaveAnnualParty Southwestern Bell Telephone Company employees were entertained last night with their annual Christmas dinner-dance in plantation room of Hotel Noble. Thirty couples attended. Dinner was served from tables overlaid with white linen cloth and decorated with holly leaves accented with tall red tapers. An out-ol-to\vn guest was Buck | Warr of Jonesboro. ' Rebekah, Oddfellow Lodges Have Party Blytheville Rebekah and Oddfel- low Lodge held their Christmas party last night with 82 In attendance. The room where the banquet was held was decorated with a large illuminated and tiseled tree along with holly leaves. After the banquet members exchanged gifts and each presented fruits and toys to be used to pack boxes for needy children. During the social hour party games were played and the Rev. Mitchell Sanford dismissed the group with prayer. baby, At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Becky Henderson, Manila. Earl Stone, city. Clarence Gean. city. Mrs. Kennett Hurst and Manila. Ctuckasawba, Hospital Dismissed: Troy- Thompson, city. Vicky Young, city. Miss Virginia Nunn, city. Mrs. David Bullard, city. Charlotte Holmes, city. Regie Craig, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Tommy Baker and baby, cit Dallas Shelton, Smithville. Johnny Johnson, Rt. 1, city. Miss Delphia Wilbanks. Dell- Deborah Kay Stovall, Osceola. 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