The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 8, 1951
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PAOB TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWf SATURDAY, DECEMBER I, 1151 Jut Shelton, Society Editor Vows Said In Home Ceremony Now on a Southern wedding trip are Mr. and Mrs, Edward Jacks, who exchanged nuptial vows yesterday in a home ceremony. Prior to the 2:30 p.m. service Mrs. Jacks was Miss Butonne Jaggers, daughter of Mrs. J. J. Jnggers ol Blythe- vJUe and the Inte Mr. Jaggers, Mr. Jacks, an Osceola resident Ls the son of Mrs. w. T. Jackj ol Osceola and the lale Mr. Jacks. Th« Rev, E, C. Brown officiated at tha single ring ceremony. The entertaining rooms of the Alton Jaggers home on Hoarn Street were transformed Into a sanctuary for the service, with lighted cathedra) tapers marking where the wedding party assembled. The wrought Iron candelabra were set before a bank of greenery and alternated with floor baskets filled with white gladioli. Mrs. Alton Jaggers presented the program of nuptial music and for the processional she plnyed, "The Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin and the recessional. Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" and "My Heart* At Thy Sweet Voice" by Facns. Mrs. Ralph Wafler attended the bride as matron of honor and only feminine attendant. She was dressed In an afternoon gown of beige silk print which .featured a hustle back, full skirt and fitted bodice which was topped with a brief Jacket, She completed her costume with black accessories and * shoulder arrangement of yellow rosebuds. For her marriage, the bride was dressed In * fitted suit of dubonnet gaberdine. Her whtt« silk blouse featured an ornate trim or bugle beads and she wore a winter white hat banded in gold and the side bow also featured a band of tha woven gold. Her accessories were In black and pinned at her shoulder was maljne caught white orchid. Ralph Waller served us best man, PVar her daughter 1 * marriage, Mrs- Jaggera WBJ dressed in an afternoon gown of gray silk worn with accessories of black. Mrs. Jacks, mother ol the groom, chose a gown of black silk featuring touches of white lace and worn with accessories of black. A reception followed. TouchM of i dccofaUon* pf the Russell O. Farr wd r In compliment to th« approach-(horn* yesterday for the dessert In* holiday season, predominated In fbrJrige honoring members of the *- ~*vt —Photo by Mason WED YESTERDAY—Mr, and Mrs. Edward Jacks are shown at the reception following their 2:30 p.m. marriage yesterday. The ceremony was performed ftt the Alton Jnggera home. Mrs. Jacks Is the former Miss Butonne Jnggers. Yule Decorations Used i At Dessert Bridge A snow scene of a Bteeplcd church and marching choir boys was foca) point of Interest In the tha decorations. Centering the lace laid bride's table \va* the three tiered wedding cake which was topped with the flgurev of i bride and groom. Surrounding tha cake base: via baby breath and complimenting ,tfc« Christmas holiday were the red punch, and napkins embossed in •earlet, "Ed and Butonne," Tapen burned at either side of the cake. Tha buffet held crystal cnn- delabra about which vrers set miniature tigurfes of bridesmaids dolls and the fiffur« of * bride. Mrs. Bernard Jaggers served the cake and Mn, Wafler presided at the punch bowl An out-of-town guest wu sister of the groom, Mrs. O. A, Strange of Oacepla, ftjllowin $ their return from a wedding trip the couple will be at home in Blytheville. Mra. Jacks -was graduated from BlythevtHe High School and Is employed In the county agent's office here. A graduate of Osceola High School, Mr. Jacks U a veLervui of three years service in the Navy and la employed at Wilson. * * * Recent Bride Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Forty guests gathered last night In an entertaining room of Hotel Noble to shower miscellaneous gUt-s upon Mrs, Kenneth Burton, who was until her recent marriage. Miss Mary Margaret Perry. A combined Yule and bridal theme was choeen by the hostesses, Mrs. R. L. Adki&son, Mrs, Jimmy Fitzmaurlce, Mrs. Noble Cnpehart, Jr., and Mrs. George Perry for the : event, The table upon which the honoree's gifts were arranged was marked with the scene of a small *hite church and figures of miniature angels. Puffs of white satin designated Mrs. Burton's chair for the party games and complimenting Yule scenes completed the party setting Games were played under the direction ol M rs. Lynn Elmo re a m prizes went to Mrs. E. C. Adkisson, Mrs. John O'Neal and Miss Berrtice Overman. Miss Ovefman and Miss Elist Lewis presided at the refreshmen tablf Jrom which Iced drinks and punch were served and they were presented red rose corsages frnn the hojU-5Acs. The refreshment ta bl was illuminated with the glow o! white tapers. For the event the honorce wore a navy bine ensemble nnd was presented red roses, a gilt of the host esses. Mrs. Fred Von Holf and daughter, Jeannie, of Memphis wore out- of-town guests. » • * Mrs. Webb Entertains La Finesse. Guests Ltghted candles set in holder. • shaped as stars and surrounded b; holly clusters centered the tables set up in ilie m>me of Mrs Jack Webb on West Walnut yester day for the dessert bridge enter taintnB members of Ln finesse ciul «nd three guesU. Mrs. Walter Day, Mrs. Helen Sanders and Mrs. Richard T. Mill were the group's guests. Compll meriting the season were sprays o holly spaced about the entertain Ing rooms. In Ux« bridge games, Mr». Everet Tlclay Contract Club and four Uests. Included In the guest lust were Irs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. J. O. ^rleschman, Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Irs. Fred Flceman. Mrs. Farr completed the decorft- ons with a bowl o( scarlet gladioli, n the bridge game following, Mrs. aytor won high score, Mrs. Farr, econd high and Mra. Trleschman, rldgo. Handmade tallies fashlon- d as Santn CJaiis figures were used . the- game. The hostess served refreshments. eterson won high score and Mrs. Illls, second high. l.fslen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. dally for (wr pro- jram announcements. Boi Office I'hone 3752 Office Phone 6998 Ban Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. lonlinuous Showing Evcrydaj Siiturday A UNIVERSAl-INTERNAHONM Serial: "Jlyslerious Island" N'n. 10 and Cartoon Conf. Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday Gene Ray TIERNEY MILL AN 7 "Close fo My Heart rr Paramount NCNVS & Selected Shorts GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each 40 Teen-Agers Attend ance at Hotel Noble A Chrlstma.i dance for members the teen-age set last night in i« Mirror Boom of Hotel Noble [us attended by 140 guests. Host and hoste^es /or the infor- al affair were Raymond Miller, illle Jean Alley, Donna Stanfielcl, J. Mulllns, Nnncy Estes, Joe uglies, Sarah Bob stllwell, and avid Holt. The evening was spent In dancing nil pnrty foods find Iced drinks ere served from the refreshment iblo which was decorated In com- llmenl to the festive season. Out-ot-town guests were Peggy eth Ford and Kay Whltmore o uxora and Lynn Welnberg of Os eola. Miss Chambers Again Honored with Party Gift* for the kitchen were presented Miss Mildred chambers last night by the 35 guests who attended the shower the Howard Boweh home on South Highway 61. Miss Virginia Bower) and Mrs. Bowt'n were hostesses for the pre nuptial event, another In the series planned prior to the honoree's Dec. 23 marriage to Edwin P. Stubble- Held, Clusters of holly leaves and sparkling Yule balls marked the enter- ilne rooms In which the evening was spent In party games. Miss Chambers' chair was marked with a puff of white s:itln and for the event she selected a frock of black crepe and taffeta worn with acce.ssories of red. She plnnetl a corsage of scarlet carnations, a gift from her hostesses, at her shoulder. Measuring spoons were tied In the flowers. After the honoree had opened the assorted gifts, punch and party loads were served from Ihe lace laid refreshment table. Centering the table was on a;;gel doll dressed In a flowing gown of tinsel and festooned In painted magnolia leaves and holly cones. The napkins were embossed in silver letters, "Edwin and Mil- He" and at either side of the centerpiece stood star studded white tapers set In silver. . Several out-of-town guests from Luxora also attended the pre-nup- tlal party. )orcas Class Has Annual Christmas Party in Home The C. F. Tucker home nt Prom- seel Land yesterday wns the scene of the combined monthly social ind annual Christmas party of the Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church. Potted plants and bowls filled vith assorted shade blooms marked .he entertaining rooms In which e 22 clasa members were seated. Prayer by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert opened the meeting and Airs, w .M. Lewis, class president was In charge. The devotional, 'Tell Me of the Christ" was given by Mrs, Jessie Reeder and was followed with prayer by Mrs. E- E. Stevens. Recordings of Christmas carols and the story "Why the Chimes Ring on Christmas Day" were heard, Coming Events Social Caltndar Duplicate Bridge League play< at Hotel Noble at 1:15. Monday First Baptist WMU haa 2 p.m. meeting at the church. Gleaners Class of First. Baptist Church has 1 p.m. Christmas party at home Mrs. W, !_.. Moxley. Group meetings at First Christian Church with potluck luncheon-Yule party. First Presbyterian Church circles meet—Circle One, Mrs. B. L. Ben nctt; Circle Two, Mrs. H. H. Houch- Ins; Circle Three, Mrs. Jesse M, White; circle Pour, Mrs. George Dlllahunty, Jr.; circle Five. Miss May Dlxon at J. E. Beasley home. Tuesday Mrs. Eric Whltley entertaining La Petite. Benefit card party at Country Club with proceeds going to Damon Runyan Fund beginning at 7:30 p.m. East Side Garden Culb has Christmas party nt Lake Street Methodist Church. The fiev. and Mrs. George McGhehey program leaders and Mrs J. W. Maloney hostess. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at Hotel Nob!*. Wednesday . Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. dessert canasta at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mrs. W. H. OKeefe and Mrs. W. M. Jontz, hostesses. Wednesday Club meets with Mrs W. J. Pollard. Chapter "D" of PEO has Yule party. Mrs. J. A. Leech hostess. Mrs. John Lent! entertaining Club The which refreshment table from assorted parly foods nnd drinks were. Inter served \Cas overlaid in a cntwork cloth and centered with a design of red carnations set In greenery. Her! tapers burned atop the buffet and other holiday scene* were arranged about the rooms. Mrs. 0. S. Lemons presided at the table and was assisted by Mrs. W. A. Aftltck, daughter of the hostess. Yule gifts were exchanged by the class members and class teacher, Mrs. C. S. Lemons was presented a gilt which was the book, "Voiceless Ups," by Nell Warren Outlaw. t? young women Sin white I B • Young women in w Must keep cheery one/ bright No moffer what work they muif cfo. Hiough ihcy walk m/fes each day, They sfoy chipper ond gay In this wonder fin« CLINIC Sfto#, I R ftt p*rf«clly — and CVJN1C Sho« ar» mads to lupporl th* f»*I long ofiw ordinary »ho«i M wi muicfai M9. S«Uct from a variety of jmart ttyl«» — all In "Nctttlng could b* finer." $ s • Good Shoes & Hosiery Eight. Miss Vera CIS Club. Goodrich hostess to TLE Club meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. M. F. Day hostess to Town and Country club »t the Razorback. Thunday Thursday Rock Club has 1 p.m. luncheon-Yule party at the Razor- 1 ack. Mrs. p. B. Joyner entertaining hursday Contract Club. Kibitzer Club meet* with Mrs. lex Curtis. Mrs. Homer Wilson entertaining etettc Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs, V. L. Horner. Thursday Club meets at the Coun- y Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at [otel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. Thomas Dorrls hostess for >titch and Chatter Club. Woman's Club has 2 p.m. Execu- ve Hoard meeting followed oy :eg- .Inr session at 2:30 p.m. Coffee at the Country Club from till 5 p.m. Mrs. Wcldon Rainwarei .Irs. James Terry, Mrs. James C Jilard and Mrs. Dale S. Brings, hos- csses. Saturday Miss Donna Johnson becomes the ride of Russell c. Mc-sley in 3 p.m eremony at the First Presbyterian Duncon-Pruirt Vows Repeated Miss Barbara Arin Pruitt last night becamt the bride of Samuel Robert Duncan, ton of W. H. Duncan, In a 7 p.m. ceremony performed at Calvary Baptist Church. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Pruitt of Blytheville. The Rev. p. H. Jernlgan heard the exchange of vows before the altar which was adorned with floor baskets, alternately filled with white gladioli and chrysanthemums. The program of nuptial music was presented by Jack L. Tapp, pianist, and Miss Sue McOee. vocaJ- ist. Mr. Tapp's selections Included "The Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin and for the recessional of the party "The Wedding March" by MendcLsshon i MLis McGee sang, "Always" and "With This Ring I Thee Wed," She chose a frock of green and wore matching accessories. Miss Janet Michael served as maid ol honor and only feminine attendant, she was dressed in a suit of navy blue with which she wore navy blue accessories and pinned white carnations at her shoulder. Mr. Pruitt escorted his daughter to th» altar where he gave her In marriage. The bride chose a suit of wine worn with black accesscries and carried an orchid attached to a white Bible. Satin ribbons Mowed away into knee length streamers. Junior Perkins serves as best tnan and Lloyd Hocott and Joe Tomlinson acted as ushers. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. Prultt chose a gown of gray worn with black accessories. She was presented white carnations. The couple later left on a Southern wedding trip after which they will be at home In Blytheville. Church. Cotillion Club Christmas dance In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pease, Mr. and Mr*. ' Robert Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. 5 Phillips Robinson hosts and hostesses. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel, Noble at 1:30 p.m. Bits of News ftloAUu f-^efional j |l ^ ill i^-«— •• — ' Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. Adolph Heinicke returned last night from St. Louis, where they had spent a week- Mr, and Mrs, Raymond Koehler and Mr. and Mrs. Steele Dollyhite have returned to their homes In Lake Coromant, Mlf-s,, after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee of Dell. They came especially for the Yule dance of the Dell Supper Club Thursday for which Mr, and Mrs, Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. Ban Blodgett were hosts and hostesses, M'rs. Nora Ferglson underwent surgery Thursday at Blytheville Eiosoital Jack Dodd of Yonkers, N.Y,, left yesterday for California to make his home alter visiting here with his brother, Henry Dodd. Mrs. Dodd and son. Mr. Dodd was recently discharged from seven years duty OES Yule Party Is Cancelled The annual Yule party ot the Blytheville Chapter of the Order ot the Eastern Star originally planned for Monday night at the Masonic Temple has been cancelled. New party date will be set at (he regular meeting Tuesday night at the Temple. r~"* «^* J^ear Berlkat Please come bac you to the RAZORS night. Whitsitt's n -• a very spe< ID th« Navy. C. B. Baggett was removtd *• Kennedy Veteran* Hotpltal, Mem- Phis yesterday where he will undergo treatment. Mr. and Us*. Ai Shannon hav« returned to their horn* In Lak« Coromant. Mlu., alter visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yatu and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee of Dell. They came especially for the Dell Supper Club dance, Thunday. W. H. Caldwell ii * patient at the Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Fred Van Hoff and daughter, Jeannie, left this morning for their home in Memphis after having been the overnight guest of Mr- and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson, Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mrs. W. O. Colston, Mr. and Mrs. Ou> 'Kberdt, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mr*. Dan Blodgett, Mrs. Dale Horn, Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Ed Cook and Mr. and' Mrs. J. D. Smith returned Thursday night, from the three day meeting of the'Grand Chapter of Arkansas Order of the Eastern Star in Little Rock. While there, Mrs. Bailey was personal page to the worthy grand patron; Mrs. Colston, chapter delegate; Mrs. Eberdt, chairman of credentials committee; Mrs. Bloclgett, chairman of luncheon arrangements for the grand representatives- Mrs. Cobb sang at the meeting. J. Frank Tomlinson of Houston, Tex., will arrive Monday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinicke and Mr. and Mrs. T. Wade Jefferies. Mr. Tomlinson who will leave by plane Monday afternoon for hi* home will be accompanied by Mrs. Heinicke, who will visit her sister, Mrs, Tomlinson »nd family. While there Mrs. Heinicke also will visit In Mexico. .Lfran Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday of fine furs Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday Quality and value are the keynote in this sale! Through the cooperation of our New York furrier, we promise you very substantial savings. .., And remember, the WHITSITT Label is always your mark of distinction! , Sable Serial: "Pirates Harbor" No. 1 Also Selected Shorts j Conl. Saturday 12:30-11:30 ; Sunday & Monday Double Feature Mink • Baum Martin FKYNN Howms RANDOLPH scon HUMPtmtY WWRT Also Metro News Conl. Sun. 2-11 An Assortment of Scarf* to Delight Her Heart/ We Say; Minks For Christmas! In all fashions . . . Stoles, Capes, Jackets! Natural wild and the coveted mutations so dear to every woman's heart. A MOST TIMELY EVENT FOR IMPORTANT CHRISTMAS BUYING it's Whit sit t" "Because You Like Smart Things"

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