The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER «, 1998 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COOTIER tfEWS PAGE WINE OSCEOLA NEWS By Btttye Nclle Starr Misses. Mary and Martha. Dll- White family's traditional reunion, lard. Miss Jonan Nelson and Miss Oaye Waddell, students at Lindenwood College, arrived home Friday to spend the holidays with their families. Miss Diane Butler, student at Monticello College in Alton, 111., arrived Saturday to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler. Arriving over the weekend from Ole Miss were Miss Sylvia Elias, Sonny Sieed. Bob Chiles, Jr., and James Fielder. From Southwestern In Memphis came Carmen Poitras, Dixie Howard and Bill Alexander to spend the holidays. Miss Betty Jo Goodman came home from Harding College to be with her family. Miss Joyce Cannon arrived from Hendrlx. Miss Betty Jo pendergrass and Miss Blllie Oaines Mann will be home from Ouachita College. Frank Crittendon of Tulane will be joined here by his parents. Col. and Mrs. F..M. Crittendon of Newburgh, N. Y., to spend the holidays with his grandmother, i\lrs. Charles Hale. Mrs. A. C. Duclos was honored during the past week when her husband invited 15 of their friends to a turkey dinner at the Seminole Club for a surprise birthday party. A blue and gold color scheme was carried/out in the decorations. This being Mrs. Duclos' 50th birthday, Mr. Duclos carried out the golden theme in the birthday cake which was surrounded by glittered golden magnolia leaves and candles. Guests came from the surrounding towns for an evening of fun, which included dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Duclos' three sons, Jack. Leo and Alvin, all students at the University of Arkansas, surprised their mother by driving here for the occasion and returning to school the next morning to return again over the past weekend to spend the holidays. An array of birthday gifts were presented Mrs. Duclos. including a diamond ring from Mr. Duclos. Mrs. Arthur Frazier of Wichita, liy, Mrs. Reba Davidson of Oniontown, Ala., is here to spend Christmas with her (laughter, Mrs. Charlie Lowrance, Sr., and her sister, Mrs. Joe Cromer. Mrs, Davidson will remain here until March. Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington entertained her bridge club Wednesday with a luncheon at her home Mrs. Jim Hyatt was the only guest. Following lunch, the members exchanged gifts, which had been placed beneath a Christmas tree. Mrs. A. M. Mulllns of Kansas City has returned home after a visit of several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dean. They were in Union City the first part of the week visiting relatives and friends. The 36 Club held its annual Christmas party Thursday night at the Rebel Club. A turkey dinner \vas served preceding the dance with music furnished by Aaron Bluestein of Memphis. Hosts for the party were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fraizer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke, Dr. and harlcs Hale MIS. rtiuuu J-idiiei Ui VVIUIIILH, nanes , „ .„ , . Kan. will arrive Friday to be with Bl » Coming home Friday from Ar- • ^ M j ^ Ward and! n Joe Hughes, , . and Mrs. _ ,..,.--. Hughes was in charge of the knnsis State will be Jimmy Lowe. "?' mot , RC ''' p^he/uiito^'nH'Xi's" I cic:: " tions ' w'hich carried out the Allen Starr. Dowell Harlan. Russell | A - • • " ; — 'families! | »PI' roachi '« holiday scheme. Thomason, Karen Bradley, Joanne i "• . . '... I Wilson. Jere Glascoe, Jack Crosthwait. Jake Morse, Jimmy Lee Stevens and Sharon Faulkner. Coming home -also on Friday will be Karen Young, Joanne Cullom and Warren Weinberg from Vanderbilt. Johnny Strickling from during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lutz v Ch: Doyle Dunn returned Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lutz ar- ] QaMand Calif., after spending 15 rived home, this week to spend I d vs nere with his parents, Mr. Christmas. Mr. Luiz is a student an ^ Mvs Emme tt Dunn, and fam- at the University of Arkansas. The Osceola-Luxora Bridge Club He Proved Car's Speed TOLEDO, Ohio I*—Diego Villa's new car can go at least 113 miles an hour, the state highway patrol says. Villa. 23, of Angola, Ind., was arrested on the Ohio Turnpike Monday night near the Stony Ridge interchange. From the time stamped on Villa's turnpike ticket when he got it at the Westgate entrance, the patrol figured he traveled 68 miles in 36 minues. He was fined J50 arai costs. derbilt. Johnny Strickling from The Osceola-Luxora Bridge Club Mrs> D Pred Memphis State will spend Christ- met Wednesday afternoon at the | hosless Thursda nvis here with his parents. Mr. and I home of Mrs. T. F. Hudson in Lux-: c]ub Mrs Taylo Mrs. J. B. Strickling. Miss Llewelyn White arrived Saturday from Roanoke. Va., where she attends Hollins College. Coming home for the holidays from the University were Miss Jean Driver Kendrix. Miss Carolyn intervals I ora for their annual Christmas "»« f Mrs. Hudson used red and green color theme throughout her home, placing poinsettias and branches of red-berried holly at . Reed, Miss Carolyn Edrington, Jack Alvin, Leo Duclos. G. W. Gillespie and James Burns. Miss Patsy Jones, student at William Wood College in Fulton. Mo., came home Friday night and left Saturday for Houston, Tex., to spend several days but will be back to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Revo Jones. Her mantel was decorated in holly and Christinas scenes. Preceding the bridge games Mrs. Hudson served eggnog and fruit cake. All members were present. Winning top honors were Mrs. R. C. Bryan and Mrs Elizabeth Siliman. Mrs. R. C. Langston won low. The Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Stewart of Austin. Tex., will arrive Nathan Weinberg invited Tal on the 22nd to spend tiie holidays Tongate to be his guest Tuesday j «'ith Mrs. Stewart's parents. Mr. . ,_, , i__ ...„_ !.«,-* *„ fv,n nnH Mrn R. T. Hounk. and her night when he was men's Supper Club. host to the . The Weinberg home was decorated for the occasion in Christmas decorations of green foliage and erd berries. Mrs. Weinberg served her husband's club a chicken supper. and Mrs. R. L. Houck. and her grandmother. Mrs. T. F. Hudson. Mrs. Arthur Rogers, Jr., entertained her canasta club during the past week with a luncheon at the Seminole Club. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clinton drove (o Memphis Thursday to meet | their daughter. Miss Barbara Clin- j their daughter, Miss Barbara Clin- Mrs. Leo Schreick was hostess j ton, who flew from Washington, D. the past week to her canasta club, i C., to spend the holidays with her The party was held at the Semi- [ family. nole Club, where a dessert course was served the eight members. Mrs. Earl Sanders won high score. Mrs. H. M. Alexander won second and low score went to Mrs. Harold Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John B. White, Mrs. Godfrey White and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd White drove to Clarksdale, Miss., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Connell. Sr.. and Mrs. Godfrey White's grandson, Oscar Connell. m. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Connell, Jr., are in Germany where he is with the armed forces. Arriving in Osceola during the week to spend 'Christmas with her family will be Mrs. George Snyder, Mr. Snyder and daughter. Miss Jane Adams, of Charlotte. N. C. They will be guests of Mrs. John White and Mr. and Mrs. Jap White. On Christmas day, Mrs. Godfrey White will entertain the 26 members of the White family with dinner. On Christmas day. Mrs. John White also celebrates her birthday which will be celebrated as usual at the home of her daughter-in- law, as has been the custom for many years. Mrs. Aubrey Conway of Blytheville. aunt of Mrs. Godfrey White, will be here for the celebration. The parents of Mrs. Boyd White. Mr. and Mrs. Warner St. John, and her brother. Warner St. John, Jr., of Little Rock, Mrs. John B. White's mother, Mrs. Joe Schaer, also of Little Rock, will Join the Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Clinton of Oklahoma City will arrive to join his family here for the holidays. Mrs. D. Fred Taylor, Jr., was ( aostess Thursday to her bridge I club Mrs. Taylor invited her club to her home for luncheon. Christmas decorations were used to flecoraie for the party. In the aftrenoon of bridge games, Mrs. W. V. Alexander won high score and second high went to Mrs. Bob Kendrick. many years. Throughout Mrs. Brownlee s home were Christmas scenes m Biblical features. One in particular was the Bible opened at Luke 2, telling of the birth of Christ. Flanking the impressive gestuip stood stately burning tapers that shed a glow over the pasasges. The silver tree, trimmed with blue- lights and blue Christmas ball?, shone on the Nativity scene. The dining table, centered with a Christmas scene, held streamers of red satin that ran the full length of the table. The group sang traditional carols throughout the evening. At the conclusion of the party, the hostesses invited the guesL^ into her dining room for refreshments. A three-tiered sweetmeat stand, decorated in holly, held an assortment of typical holiday sweets. Coconut snowballs, Christmas tree salad and an array of open faced sandwiches were served. Mrs. J- .1 Mifflin was program chairman for'the event. MEN'S! BOY'S JUVENILES! WINTER JACKETS EDUCTION HURRY NOW TO GRADERS 8 SATISFACTION GBfUUUnTED OB TOOK MONET BACK! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crockett of Thayer. Mo., former residents of Osceola. were in Osceola during the past week visiting old friends. Mrs. Thomas P. Hughes of Memphis was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Guy Bryant, and Mr. Bryant during the past week. Mrs. J. W. Cartwright entertained Wednesday afternoon with a samba party. Her home was gaily decorated with holiday decorations. (i Guests were Mrs. ,Ed Quinn, Mrs. Xinsley Driver, Mrs. A. F. Williams, Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr. Christmas corsages were presented, the guests. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a plate of party foods topped with a snowman. Win ners for the afternoon were Mrs Driver, Mrs. Levenstern and Mrs Starr. rive to join nis lamny nere iur the holidays. The annual Christmas party of Mrs. J. J. Lusk has been re-' the Luxora Book Club, the city's moved to her home on West Sem- j oldest active club, was held mp.s following an ooeration ten t Wednesday evening at the home mes. days ago Hospital. Mrs. C. of Mrs. Leroy Brownlee, with Mrs O. E. Henry co-hostess. The club is noted for its outstanding Christmas parties and this one Wednesday evening was one of its gayest. The Christmas tree was llluml- Tenn. will spend the Christmas nated with vari-colored lights and holidays with her sister, Mrs. Har- sparkled with Christmas balls of ry Driver, and family. I every color. Mrs. W E. 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