The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 24, 1955
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1955 - Society News - a Ann Mallorv. Society Editor • nic MiM BCUIU Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Conipl Miss Haynes alimented With Luncheon Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Mrs. Hayes Sullivan and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb entertained yesterday at the Country Club with a luncheon complimenting the bride-elect of Alan Berry, Miss Carrie Sue Haynes. The luncheon tables were decorated with frosted magnolia leaves, whit* cyclamen and pink poin- Bettias. A white carnation corsage accented with lilies-of-the-valley was pinned to the shoulder of the charcoal black dress worn by Miss H«ynes. Her hostesses also presented her with a table lamp! Mrs. J. A. Haynes, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Kendall Berry, mother of the bridegroom-elect, were special guests and were also presenter carnation corsages in shades of pink. Sorority Entertains Husbands Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma entertained their husbands with a bridge and canasta party at Hotel Noble Thursday night. Hostesses were Mrs. Zed Briggs, Mrs. Doris Miles, Mrs. Betty Biven» and sirs. Marine Demand. TJtho Barnes and Mrs. Foy Etchieson were winners in the bridge games played with Ben Abbott and Mrs. Dick Watson winning canasta high scores. Bridgo prizes went to Elwood Deen and Mrs. Lois Driver. High School Club Has Christmas Party Members and former members of the Masque and Gavel Club of Blytheville High School were entertained with a Christmas party at the W. D. Cobb home Thursday night. The evening was spent in Informal entertainment Including singing of Christmas carols and the exchange of gifts. Special guests at the party were Thurman Rowlet-t, club sponsor, and Mrs. Rowlett. At tfe Hospitals Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Michael Tomlin. city Mrs. Prank Blue, city Mrs. Leonard Griffin and baby, oily Colbert. ! The Colix-rt home was g:Uly dec- onUcd for the event with a beau- tlfully Illuminated tree. Christmas Ei-fcnVrv .uid sDiirklliii! ornaments luUirni'd Hie tables in the enter- niiiiiii^ rnoni.-.. Dancinc was enjoyed by the young couples. Party foods were served throuuhoil! ill'' I'vmillK. Mvs KU--M A '.! S'.miWHi v;i\s hostess Friday miiht 10 her bridge club when she invited her quests to her liome for a buffet supper and sift Bits of News t exnnder. III. Mr. Alexander and children. Mr. mid Mr». Claude \V. Oriuly of Huytl ;iiv visiting tlii'ir daughter. Miss ChristiiH" Grady. their son, Kubri'l Unuiy. ;ind another daughter. Mrs. Hull Lee Smith, and family i here during the holiday season. ' Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tensile will le.i'v 'In- alternoon to spend the liol'.uuv.-, in Nashville. Term., and Atlanta. On .Mrs. Dan S. Ross and Miss Alice Mane Ro»s will spend several .days The Lateran Treaty of February I More than ISO «sterold« h»vt 11, 1928. recognized »nd e»-l been lisled by the internatlonil labllshed the independent state of Vatican City. astronomical Ohio. union at Cincinnati, . The front door was gaily deeorat- «' £ "'I™ ' h' ,rSre Ma nd D M7« Ma ,1 a in MM re won ieco nd hth Ma.tlia Ai.n .Mooie on.tiimn ni 0 n. COUNTING TIIKIR BLESSINGS — Cotton Bowl Cafe waitresses Lexie Swat ilefti, Sue Besharsc and Louise Conklin t right", admire their Christmas tree which has been cetuns "greener" every day. Those colorful decorations are dollar bills donated by customers. (Courier News Photo) Mr. and Mrs. C. B. It'.ive Saulrday for Tulsa. Okia., (o >pend ;iu- holidays with their daughters and their families, Mr. tir.ri Mrs. O. T. KiL-hardson and children and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Syp^-i't and child;'?;:. Mrs. Driver's sister. Mrs. C. H. O'N'eal and Mr. O'Neal will come from Si. LUULS to join Mr. and Mrs. Driver in spending Christmas in TllK-i. Mi-.s Annie Applebaum of Houston. IVx.. arrived Wednesday to L; K'. frett E Vlarber, who is stationed at Shepherd Air Force. Wk-hit.t l-'alls. Tex., is spending :!ie i holida'' season \vilh his parents. Mr. ........ -^ - .-- . 1 --•'•',-- E H.irbi-r, a:id sister. M^s iwxt. week in Campbell, Mo. vtsii- Ann Harber. i ing tl'.eir daughter and sister, Mrs. c'-i-H! Mrs William D. Phil- j John Bage. and family. t,:' Wichita Falls, Tex., an', Vernice Blister, Jr., student at :V' the, holiibys with his. Arkansas School for the Deal at grandmother. Mrs. L. T. Moore, and: Little Rock, is spending his holi- and .Mr- Phillips' parents, Mr. and: da\- vacation here with ins parents. Mrs 'j.' E/Krech. j Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Blister. It col and Mrs. William N. Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Pease of ton"and children of Cincinnati, O., Atlanta, Ga.. are the Vulctlde suests , will :'.:-rive Monday to visit her par-; of her mother. Mrs. H. C. Layson. Driver will i «"<. Mr. and Mrs. Ross S. Stevens.; and brother. Bryce Layson. Miss M:s. B-ll Harding is a patient in : Betty Layson ol Memphis will Ch:cka.-8«'ba Hospital. She is in : rive today to spend the holidays Room C-J. I with her mother and brother. . r- ' . out-of-town here Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hudson will ; Th,a-,,h>y to attend the funeral o! Upend the weekend In Steel, with ^ ^^ m ^ e Qd!ey Q{ L<!x . : thci] . d!ulBniel .. Mrs . L . E. Gam-! inwi. Ky., were Mr. and Mrs. Wil wj , 5 Davjs JJV MJ.J j K . miter, and family. Dr . Alfred Vise returned last night . . and Mrs. Joe Tanner. 1 from Nashville. Tenn., where he .-.d Mrs. Dan Haniner and Mrs. | spent a week visiting his children.! a.-. r. . M A. Purtis all of Memphis; Mr. j grandchildren and friends. In Nash- aim M:s. E. M. Massy and chil- j ville he tot.k part in the convention " Tennessee-Arkansas OSCEOLA NEWS By Beltye Nelle Stan- Among the family dinners to be . slender tapers. held Christmas Day will be when The dining table, covered by a the two daughters and son come! handmade Mosaic cloth, was cen- wlth their families to spend Christ- I tered with a matching arrangement mas With their mother and sister, j as that used on the mantle. Mrs George Doyle, Sr., and Miss j Mrs. Blodgett served lunch to her Msr'jorie Dovle. ' I club and her special guest. Mrs. C. Mrs Raymond Comer, Mr. Cot- j L. Demon of Demrood. Following ner and their two children from j luncheon the guests were invited Essex, Mo.. Mrs. Frank M Mr. McDonald and childly - - Clarksdnle, Miss., and George Doyle, j Christmas tree laden with vari- Jr., Mrs. Doyle and two children colored lights and ornaments and Irom Sikeston. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Qoolsby of Sikeston will tircr Boobv, David and Marv Nell, I service of the ~.-....*. ^KH^hoHd^'wnhThmSe'wel-lof W.itehaven, Tenn.; Mr s : Kate! Federation of Temple Youth i i- n -vd other 'friends She was i Hal,' of Marion; Miss Edna Kate Mrs. Vise will'return from Nasn- < Win and otnei mends, bne uas ^^ ^ Al . !ing[on , Va .. Mrs . j ncit !ville alter the New Year. Wi'.wr. and daughter. Sue Quinn. | Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba will : Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Speck and Minve as holiday guests their daugh-! dauahter. Betty Lynn Speck, Mr ! ter. Miss Alice Saliba. of Harvey, i and Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mrs.' 111., their son, Albr-rt. Saliba. and Diyie Caya and Roy Ware, all o! i Mrs. .Saliba of St. Louis and their- Oceola- " Omar Greene of Keiser! duushtw. Mrs. George Favapi, Mr. i and Mrs. Sue Mills of Monette. Favapi and family of Memphis. was hostess 1 r> Ralph L. Odley and daugh- Dr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock her bridge club for te .. s E i a i ne Blythe and Harriett Ann III and daughter Jen Lynn of At- , have returned to their home in Lex- ! lama. Ga.. will arrive tomorrow to ington after attending services here , spend the holidays with his par-' for their wife and mother. Mrs. S. J. McDearmon is lien: in Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Caraway and -- — [son Michael of Memphis will be town. Ala. who is here to spend holi(ta j - • three months with Mrs. Cromer and met m Memphis at the airport bj iaferro arrived home Saturday from Mrs. Joe Tuesday to luncheon. t Additional guests were Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. C. E. Dean. Mrs. A. w. Bowen. Mrs. w. C. Mason, Mrs. R. O. Bryan. Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr and Mrs. Cramer's sister. Mrs. Reba Davidson of Union- i McDonald. I into the rumpus room where they iren from ' were greeted by an immense green beneath were the gaily wrapped gifts the guests brought to be ex- join the Doyle family. Mrs. George Dayle was hostess Wednesday to her three-table Pitch Club. A dessert course preceded the games. —-•—> -Red- satin streamers were sus- Ralph Woodruff, low. pended in graduated lengths over | the fireplace. Vtvid green Christmas balls were used to further the Christmas colors and red and green. Placed about the room changed. Bridge supplied the afternoon's entertainment in which Mrs. Den- ; glittering ton was high score winner. Mrs. '""* Jim Hyatt, second high and Mrs. . her daughter, .Mrs. Charlie Low- ranee. At the entrance door, K white Christinas tree, with bubbling lights stood in the center of a mound of Christmas cards the Cromers had received from their legion of friends. The mantle in the living room wns hanked with angel hair and tapers. The dining room repeated the decorations of the living room mantle. Mrs. Dep.n won high guests prize and Mrs. H. J. Hale won the high club prize. Wade and Ed Quinn of Memphis , were among the out-of-towners to \ " ' attend the teen-age dance at, the j Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones left were Semlnole Club Tuesday night. Their : Saturday morning by automobile Christmas scenes. Hand painted , grandmother. Mrs. Ed Quinn. ac- ! for Houston, Tex., to visit their Christmas tallies tied in with the compa nied them back to Memphis j daughter. Mrs. W. B. Thorning. Dr. holiday season. Winning hich score was Mrs. Dick Cromer. Low went to Mrs. Ely Driver and Mrs. Tal Tongate won the bridgo. A festive atmosphere prevails over Osceola this week with holiday parties, dances and family get-logeth- ers in full swing. Among the major events In the teen-age crowd was the Christmas dance Tuesday night fit. thq Sem- Inole Club when Miss Sue Wilson, Miss Bettye Lynn Speck. Bill Ellas, Jere Driver and Billy Walters en- to spend the Christmas holidays Mrs. Braxton Bragg and Mrs. Inez Henderson are spending the holidays with Mrs. Henderson's daughter, and Mrs. Bragg s niece, Mrs. Wilbur Wildy. Mr. Wildy and their children at Etownh. Mrs. Maude Hudson Is spending the holidays in Clarksdale, Miss. Thorning and children. Mr. Jones will leave Houston by plane Wednesday lor Arcadia. Calif., where he will spend Christmas with another daughter. Mrs. Martin Chanin. Dr. Chnnin and' children. Mr. Jones will attend the Rose• G] . of tne Bowl game on Jan. 2 and then re-! . -christm- turn to Houston and Join Mrs. Jones ' Ji, vi ., , ems. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pol- ; pa-i lock. Jr. i Dr. Pollock is Interning at Crawford Long Hospital in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck have as giiests'of her'parents. Mr.! holiday euesis their daughter. Mrs. Julian E. Beits. Mr. Belts and daughter of Pauls Church, Va. Tomorrow they will have as guests their daughter, Mr.s. M L. Woolen. Mr. Woolen and daughter Maxine. their granddaughter. Mrs. Jack Ferrer. Mr. Ferrer and daughter Blythe. their daughter. Mrs. Buck Venn, and children and their granddaughter. Mrs. Weldon Heuitt. and Mr. Heuitt all of Memphis. They are purvis _ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb of Hernando. Miss., will be holiday guest.s of his sisters, Mrs. Purvis and Mrs. Grace Wilks. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips will spend rhe holidays in German town with their daughter, Mrs. Vance Al- lowed the carols. The girLs. with the assistance ot Mrs. Hudson, made decorations used fo. which included the centerpl the refreshment table. An array of pany foods were served during the afternoon. The men of the Presbyterian Church were hosts Wednesday for their annual Christmas dinner served to the Women of the Church. The educational building was decorated for the occasion in a prolusion of Christmas greens, red berries and lighted tapers. Following supper, the YouUi Church presented .1 las Is the Time for . . ie assistance ot j comin£r especially for the christen- the attractive! mg ol ~ lhe g^, daughter at St. [or the Par*> . steohen's Episcopal Church at 11 centerpiece for^ m tomomr , v . Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters will have Christmas dinner in Hayti tomorrow with his mother. Mrs. W. I. Mallory. Tomorrow night they will have as aur-st.s Mvs. MalloiVs misters. Mrs. Gnston Brown, and family of Risco. Mo . and Mrs. Lewis Woodard, and . family of St. Lotus. Don Pearson of Memphis j where they will remain until Jan. lung ' Li? liming does more good than harm. Each year it produce's tons of fixed nitrogen which greatly aids vegetation when added to the -oil. S & ! # l A HEART-FELT SENTIMENT Thii time of year, at w« towrt our blessings, we always recall our many faithful friends. Tc trios* of you whom w« ww» honored to serve, and helped us achieve such o successful year - we say, with pride and gratitude A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS The New York Store will be closed Mon..& Tues., Dec 26 & 27-Open Wed., Dec. 28-9 p.m. In Blytheville Since 1909 \vas honored with a luncheon Wednesday at. the Hut when Misses Sylvia Elias. Floy Nickol and Carolyn Ediington entertained H of Mrs. Pearson's friends. Her mother. Mrs. R. S. Ashmore and the hostesses' mothers. Mrs. Bill Elias. Mrs. M. S. Nickol and Mi's. Sam Edringlon, were special tertftined 150 young people from Osceola and surrounding towns. Miss Wilson greeted her gut.,,..•, ....... ^ in a star-lit, blue taffeta formal guests. which featured a long inrsn awl j The lionoree was presented a gift a sweep-awny bow nt the hip-line. I corsage from her hostesses. Christ- Miss Speck wore a crystal white I mas red uowers and candles added ' ' a festive note to the party. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Holiday party at Country Club, 8 p.m. Safe for Life COLUMBIA, S. C. ifi — Safe cracking has been designated a major crime in South Carolina. The legislature enacted H tow providing a mandatory life sentence for persons convicted for safe crackine. and a maximum of 10 years if a jury recommends mercy. Trial Spin the lace tormai with Christmas red taffeta trim. A Christmas tree, decorated _ . . tinsel, lights and ornaments was i children of Sunflower, Miss,, are stnntUns at the entrance. Christ- Upending Christ mas with her moth- rnas scenes were placed about the ! or. Mrs. H. J. Levenslein and fam- ballroom. , ily,. The refreshment table, holding j Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Watson 10. They pxpect to be back in Osceola on Jan. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jones had as their guest the , past week, Dr. Harrell Jones of McAllen, Tex. Dr. Jones \vas enrouie home from a two week cruise in Cuban waters. Dr. Jones Is a lieutenant commander in the Niival Reserve. During World War "H he,, was attached to the 2nd Marine Air Wmr in the South Pacific where he wa> chief dental officer. He wa.s met at the airport in Memphis by his parents, haying flown from New Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Williams and j Orleans to Memphis. traditional holiday delicacies, was j and ivvo children of Memphis a centered with a striking nrrnnco-[.spending the holidays with Mrs. of Christmas greenery and nipnt baubles, tapers Christmas greenery studded -with burning The parents nf the young hosts were special guests. Mrs. Don BlndRCit was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Blodgett. used a pink color scmne to complement the pastel aqua walls throiiRhout her home. Centering n chost in the living room was a white tree adorned with pink Chrijitmas hulls which WJM nestled in a bunk of pink imgel hair. The mirror over the fireplace mantle was outlined in greenery interspersed with pink sparkling balls. The mantle was decorated In pink , angel hair with the snme shade of used j sparkling balls nnd was centered with an arrangement of pink cor- Girl Scout Tvoop Number 92 oE Victoria entertained the Victoria Boy Scouts Tuesday afternoon with a colorful and enjoyable Christmas party. Mrs. Maude Hudson, sponsor and her assistant. Mrs. Raymond Swee; chaperoned the group of 40 bo;..s and girls in this annual event, Miss Victoria Mason, a former member of the Victoria Girl Scouts, who la home for the holidays from Concord, Mass., where she attends Concord Academy, was a spenul guest. Other guests were Mrs. Exer Garner and Mrs. Hershel Lee. Mrs. Hudson presented each of the Girl Miss Claire Virginia Colbert was j Scouts a friendship book. During the afternoon activities, the group sang Christmas carols. A gift exchange among the girls foi- Watson's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. D/ Massey. Mr. and Mrs. J. S- McCanta have ns their holiday guests. Mrs, Mc- Ciiiits' sisters. Misses Sally and Jean Donaldson of Macon. Ga. , Miss Karen Younp was in Memphis Wednesday to attend the wadding of Miss Sherry Patton and Bill Henry. hostess Wednesday evening to drop-in party, given at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce SPRINGF1BLD. Mo. "things to do" list of the Springfield, Mo., police department recently was the task of runntn? down the fellow who took car out for a trial spin. ...... ...... „ ...... „. ........ ... ,- ..... __, A year later, he apparently was j nations in a delicate shade. Flank- still testing. 1 ing the arrongemrnl were pink OUR Dining Room Will Be Closed SUNDAY DECEMBER 25th HOTEL NOBLE Season's Greetings Lee Bearden

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