The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 28, 1955
Page 2
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1958 PAGI TWO - Society News - . Ann \fal1nrv. Society Editor ' rno MiM Millit Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Charles • S'tchol Rose Charles Nichol Rose Weds Miss Mary Ann Grain of Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John Enochs Grain of Wilson today announced the marriage of their daughter, the former Miss Mary Ann Grain, to Charles Nichol Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs Richard Charles Rose of Roseland. 'The couple were married yesterday in a quiet ceremony in the country home of the bride's parents m Wilson^ After a southern wedding trip, the couple will make their home at 1008'RoUison in Blythevilie. Miss Speck Honored with Farewell Party A farewell party was held In honor at Ml»« Pat Speck at the home of Mm. Hftrry »ft*rnoon. member Bradley yesterday Mississippi Southern College Dixie - Darlings, MiM Speck leaves earlier Ulan most. of the vacationing college students to participate In the actlvtles of the Blue-Qray Bowl game in Montgomery, Ala. The rnoUI of the party was >n the New year's spirit with crimson belte nestled In glittering silver magnolia leaves surrounded by white tapers. Assorted party foods, also bell shaped, were served by candlelight. Miss Speck was presented a corsage of scarlet carnations in rhlne- stone bouffant by her hostess. The guests, representing at least live various state and oiit-of-stnte colleges, spent the afternoon busily reviewing the past college semester. Always In Style Dorcas Class Has Party in Permenter Home Dorcas Sunday School Class Cavalry Baptist Church met Prida night in the home ol Mrs. Edl' Permenter for its annual Christina party. Mrs. Janie Ross gave the devo tlonal alter which party games wei played with Mrs. Raymond Bomar Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Paul Burk winning prizes. The Permenter home was deco rated for the yule season with re and while polnsettias and a white Christmas tree decorated with heavenly blue lights and baubles. A large Santa Glaus, his sleign and reindeer formed the centerpiece :or the dining table. The sleigh held Christmas cards which firends hnd sent Mrs. Permenter. Mrs. Charles McDanlel, a guest of the group, played Santa Clans and presented gifts which members exchanged. A special gift was given to Mrs. Ross, class teacher. Refreshments w-ere served by the hostess who was assisted by Mrs. Ola Bell Cooley. Mrs. Burks dismissed the group Bits of News Ensign Berry and Miss Haynes Complimented with Dinner Party Ensign Alan Berry and his fiancee, Miss Carrie Sue Haynes. were honored with a dinner party at the W. Marion Williams home on Main last night. Mi . . E. L. Hale were hosis for +" M and Mrs. '.he affavr. Flickering shadows were cast over , the lace and linen covered dining i ible by a giant white candle which , i as ised m the centerpiece. The , I decorated candle stood in a mass ol ,. ilden magnolia leaves. Accenting this entire arrange in m. which was placed on a silver tra\ was the frosted greenery which A 11 interspersed in leaves and bau- Miss Ola Rae Tweedle Miss Margaret Long, Mrs. Ame-| a Long and James Long and amily spent trie Christmas holi-1 ays in Little Rock visaing the . o. Burton family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bracy and on Bill of Seward Air Force Base, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Flem- ng, and daughter Ann of Chatta- looga, Tenn.. are visiting Mr. and Irs. H. E. Bracy. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hallman nd sons Billy and Robert will eave Jon. 15 for Troy, Ala., to make their future home. Mr. Hallman. who has served as manager f Blythevilie Fertilizer for the last six years, will be general manager for Standard Chemical Company in Troy. Pfc. and Mrs. Bobby McFarland f Fayetteville, N. C.. announce he birlh of a son yesterday morn- l Fort Bragg Army Hospita 1 The ba n'er Miss Nancy Hamby. daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamby, of Blythevilie and Private McFarland "the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary .IcFarland. also of Blythevilie. Mrs. Marvin Lane is undergoing reatment at Chickasawba Hospi- al. Mr. and Mrs. Jim StocKiey ol Mn.-ion announce the birth of a son ruesday afternoon at CriCtenden , ,,^ County" Memorial Hospital in West mond Price. Memphis The baby, who has been! Miss Tiveedle is a graduate of named Charles Ambrose Stockley i Dell High School where she was a for his paternal grandfather, has a ; member ol the Future Homemak- sister Susan who is two. Mrr. i ere of America, glee clubi, newspa- siockley is the former Miss Vivian 1 per staff and a cheerleader. Patterson, daughter of Mrs. S. H. j She is now employed b> Missis- of Blythevilie. • sippi County Health Unit 1 Mrs Howard Gilliam i Mr. Price is a senior at Bljtne- announce .the birth of a son at; ville High School wh«e heis a Walls Hospital Monday. The baby, member of the Future Tradesmen who has been named Ja m«.How-1 °'4™ le ,,„ e]feh „ V0 w,' ne F Higrscho'ol' ard, Jr.. has a sister, Sandra Kay, I me t-uu^ ^ ^ o ^ ._„•„. _ _ _„".,.._._ ^ change of ., of Mr. and Mrs. West Memphis. The dinner table was centered irln ol a son yt'sifiu;i\ mum-. l Fort Bragg Army HospitalI. ; f?j, 0/7a a nJ />i] f baby has been named Ciuy J_i]WLl VC IHCIII Mrs. McFarland is the for-• O O I Of Miss Tweedle Is Announced Bridal placecards marked each ol the 4 quests' place and tucked m he edce of each placecard with a iMirial quiz which was played while he two-course dinner was being served. A vellow and white cyperpedium chid marked the bride-elect's ,' ite Miss Haynes wore for the dinner party a white faille party dock featuring jet black trim. The hosts presented the couple with a gift of silver. ., Special guests were Mr and Mrs. Kendall Berry, parents, of the bridegroom-elect, and Miss Vera Haynes, 5:ster of the bride-elect. Following the meal, guests spent '.he evening playing party games and in informal entertainment. with Santa and his jlelgh and reindeers. During dinner a dozen gold giant mums lor Mr. and Mrs. David from a nephew, E. C. Bixller of Memphis, who was unable to attend the dinner. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Lee David, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Grain, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. David and Mrs. Annie D. Morris, al! of Manila; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. David. Sr.. and granddaughter. Gunder Leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Amos David of Caraway and a cousin. Mrs. Lizzie Johnson of Memphis. daughter Jan o( Torsi Smith arrived In Manila to spend the Chrlrt- mas holidays with friends »nd relative*. Wayne Taylor accompanied ,b.v Tulinadge Holt went to Little Rocl* Uiis week to go before the Suite Medical Board. He Is a premed student at Arkansas Staw college. Set. 1-c Derwood H«mm of Greenland and Mrs. Hamm of Memphis, Pvt. 1-c Bobby Hamm oi Dearborn, and Clyde Hamm of Louisville, Miss., were week end guests of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hutton, and their sister. Miss Diane Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hart had as their holiday guests Miss Hart's mother. Mrs. Sallie Ncedham. imd her sister. Mrs. Hettle L. Chamecrs and son, Charlie of GuUport, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adkins and children, will spend Christmas day in Harrisburg with Mr. Adkin's mother. Mrs. George Moody, ami Mr. Moody. Mr. and Mrs Urell Phillips and daughter. Pasty of Pontiac, Mich large birthday cake, iced in whit* and trimmed wl* P inlt rMM - ,, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Homer and son Billie were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johns In Bly- theviUe recently. Mr. and. Mrs. George Rook of West Memphis .spent the week end with Mr§. J. O. Rook and Mrs. B. H. Johnston. i Mr. and Mrs Coy Tweedle an- j nour.ced the engagement of their daughter. Ola Rae, to Bobby Gene : Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Exchange Vo ws In Mississippi The busy post office force still has nme between sacks of Christmas cards to be entertained for breakfast. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miles served breakfast to Postmaster John Hornberger, Mrs. Gerald Woodruff and Bud McWhirter. Monday [he group moved on to the home of Mrs. Louise Ashabra- where they were served breakfast. Tusday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McWhirter served them breakfast. Wednesday they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Rice. The! ire now open for engagements. . , are the holiday cuests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Od'um. A small fire broke out in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Qun- ter when a wall heater in the bathroom blew up. The bathroom was partly damaged and all clothes, with the exception of two dresses were destroyed in a closet next to the bathroom. Mr. Gunter received minor burns on his hands while trying to move the clothes out of the closet and putting the fire. Mrs. Rice A. Johnston and daughter Bcckv were visitors in Jonesboro Sunday. They visited Miss Millie Johnston who is a student •>« Arkansas State. They attended services at the First Methodist church. The ASC Singers of which MilM is a member sang at the service. That afternoon they gave » Christmas recital in Lee Wilson hall at the college. Mrs. Lockard Benson, Mrs. Ed Benson, Mrs.. A. A. Tipton, Mrs. Dean Pierce, Mrs. Wayne Galeyean, Mrs. Ed McMasters and daughter Kathlleen and Mrs. Pete Ballard were among those shopping In Memphis Monday. James Felts and Mrs. O«hla White were in Paragould on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessee Gordon and children of Pontiac. Mich, arrived in Manilla this week to spend th« Christmas holidays. After Christmas their son Harold will leave for Louisiana where he will enter college. Mrs. A. Fendler. Mrs. Ernest Webb and daughters, Toncellia. Gilda Kay, and Ernestine, and Rowena Carter ate supper at the Rustic Inn and shopped in Blythevilie Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Needham Mr. and Mrs. James Felts and announce the marriage of their Mrs-. Oshia White were supper gue- daughter. Mary Alice, .to Jack j sts of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reed Thre- Moore. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray j ikeld Wednesday night. Moore. i Mrs. Ray Walsh of Chicago, who The couple exchanged vows in; has been visiting her sister and hus- Hernando. Miss.. Dec. 23. band. M. and Mrs. Kenneth Mc- The bride wore for her marriage! Whirter. since Sunday, returned to a winter white faille dress with her home Wednesday. She was ac- pale blue accessories and carna- • companied by Mrs. . McW , n , ir ,'?I\"."'; tion corsage. daughter Janice. Mr. "-"" Mrs. Moore is a student at Gos- Vena Aguillard, a French missionary who was a guest speaker at Mrst Bap-is' church dung the Schools of Missions, the French class 5--hool. Mr. Ulie Threlkeld celebrated his SOth birthday Sunday al the home of his grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Threllkeld, in the Brown community. The Christmas theme was carried out with decorations In the entertaining rooms. -•. ,: After the singing of Happy Birth- isions, also visited d . he coke >vas cut and Mr- T hre- ; at the M.,mla lr.;!n jj-gj^ She was invited by Mrs. Whita to give some first hand instruction about French pronouneiatfbns and intonations. age four. Mrs. Gillian, i" the toYl',£•-. 14. at First Lutheran Church me.r Miss Oracle Alton. j heie. Pat Speck left today for! Montgomery. Ala., where she will participate with the Mississippi Southern Dixie Darlings in the Blue-Gray game .Dec. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burks spent Christmas day in Bloomfield, Mo., with his sisters. Mrs. W. D. Godwin, and Mr: Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Godwin and children, of Columbus, On., former residents, are visiting Irlends here. and Mr. Moore School. raduate of Blythevilie High joined them Family Held Christmas At Temple Home HORNERSVILLE — Sunday Mr.; and Mrs. Charles A. TSmple entertained with a Christmas dinner at. their home. | Those attending were t h e i r | daughters. Mrs. Gardner Morris and I , family of Hornersville. Mrs. Cecil' GUARDED SKCRET ! Nelson and iamily and Mr. Nelson's! 60 years England success-j mother. Mrs. Frank Webb of Vir-1 the secret of cast-! glnia: their son, Bob Temple and process dis-1 family along with Mr. and Mrs At the Hospitals Blythevilie Hospital Dismissed: Beulah Fay Davis, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Man' Vample. city Leonard Griffin, city Gleo Wren, city Jesse Hall, city Ben Abbott, city Laura Lee, Turrell Miss Norita Davis and.Wes Rice left Monday for Houston, Tex. where they will visit friends and relatives. Miss Davis will visit her brother and I family, Rev. Paul Dean Davis. I Lt. and Mrs. Jack Burgett and I Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Dennis, daughters Judy and Sally and son Randy spent a few days in Flint visit- ina her parents. Mr. and Mrs.' Carl ' Gray. Mr. Gray had undergone an : operation but is much improved. I Mrs. Amon Holt. Mrs. Elbert Haw- j kins. Mrs. Harry Dunivant and Mrs. I George Flagg attended the county home demonstration club Christmas * - afterIJOOI Myrtle McDavis. Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Joe Webb, Stede Mrs. Jimmy Manning. Manila Linda Gail Gaskins, city Mrs. W. G. Jarrett. Rt. 2. city Mrs. T- H- Templeton. Steele Mrs. Velda Mae WilJingham, city Vicky Lvnn Davis, city Delmar Mosley. Rt. 3, city Bob Ferret!, Osceola from 2:00 to 4:00. The party was helld in the Masonic hall. Mr. and Mrs. James Crosskno of of Blythevilie were Sunday night supper guest of Mrs. Crosskno's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Manning. Mrs. Myrtle Brown, J. B. Brown, Mrs. Epte'r Davis. C. H. Ashabranner. and Jack Edwards went to Poplar Bluff. Mo., Sunday to visit Ray White who is a. patient in the Veterans hospital there after an accident at his home in Bernie, Mo., last week. ..:e!d was presented with a number of gifts. Present for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Threlkeld and Daughter Bobby Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Reed Threlkeld ol Piggott. Mrs. Sallie Fowler of Bowling Green, Ky., Mr. and Mis. Jack Bishop. Misi Virginia Threlkeld of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Ehvood Fowler and children ' and Wayne Fowler of West Memphis. Mr. and'Mrs. Dan Pritchett and sons of Piggott, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Threlkeld, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reed Threlkeld, Mrs. Gray Hester and daughter, Joan, Mrs. Viol* Williams, and Daouglas Threlkeld. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meacham st I Dennison. Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miles were caLlled to Manila because of the Illness ot Mrs. Charlie Meacham last tt'eek. Mrs. Meacham underwent surgery in Baptise hospital In Memphis recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewart and children Jeanne and Bryant. Jr. were Sunday guests of Mrs. Stewart's sister, Mrs. C. H. Ashabranner. Mr...and Mrs. Paul White visited Ray White; who was recently injured in an accident, at the Veter- Sunday was Ray's birthday andjans hospital in Poplar Bluff Satur- the hospital presented him with a i day. Po fully guarded \nf crucible steel, n piui-c.i.-. mo-< i....,..., 1- -covered by an English watchmak-, Robert F. Temple and Mrs. Chestei er about 'l740. ' Higdon Resources of blood plasma played a big part In the saving of the lives of a? per cent of World War II wounded. 8308 , / .-, \fh-ltfH I ' I" tfy Sue Burnett Here Is an attrBctive shirtwaist- er for the half-size figure to sew in monotone or with a contrasting yoke and veslce effect. Pattern No. 8308 Is In 12>,4, H'/ 2 , 1614, 181i. SO la. 22 "a. 24 '.i- 26!j. SIM H'/ 2 , monotone, 8V4 yards of 35-inch. 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