The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 10, 1951
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JUL BLYTHEVTLLE ,AKK.) COUHIER NEW? Church Ceremony Unites Couple r BECOMES BRIDE — Mrs. David OSCEOLA, Dec. 10. — A wedding theme of white and preen formed the setting for the marriage of Miss Bettye Nelle Robbins. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garner Bobbins and David Gwaltney, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Havis at the First Baptist Church yesterday at 4 pm. The Rev. Percy Herring officiated, liwaitney Was The bride was given In marriage until her 4 p.m. by her father nnd wore an original model suit In holiday pink. With* this she wore a hat of mauve felt covered In violets. nnd pinned an orchid at her shoulder. . The maid of honor, Mlbs Billie Gaines Mann, wore an iridescent taffeta suit In brown with highlights of pink. She wore a hat of holiday pink to match the bride's and her corsage was a purple orchid. Steve Ralph, Jr., served Mr. Gwallney as best mnn. . Ushers were Tommy Banister, Pete Wells nnd Billy nnd Jimmy Robbins. Miss Patsye Robhins, cousin of the bride sang, "I Love You Truly" and "I Love Thee." John Herring presented the nuptial music. The bride's mother was attired in a grey wool suit with touches of black trim. She wore a corsage of orchids a;id a black hat. Mrs. Havis, mother of the groom, chose a brown suit with velvet nc cent. Her corsage also was orchids and she selected a matching hat of brown. The ceremony was performed | before a setting of tall wicker has-1 yesterday at Hie First Baptist Church In Osceola Miss Hcttye Nolle Robbins. The couple will be at home in Osceola. roses were used throughout the house. Miss June Rhodes and Miss Peggy Douglass presided at the table Miss Carolyn Franklin of Bristol, Tenn., college roommate of the bride, harl criarge of the bride's oc, u , c . =""ms UL >.„. „.,.„,., „„.,- The hr|(lc nnd grcom wcre d . fcets holding whit* roses against a |m(( , d from <Hccol(1 Hl h St , n0()1 ln background of southern srmlax. ]m Mrs GwilU attended the Branched candelabra holding white [ university O f Tennessee. Knoxville, tape" »'w» lighted by cousins of the bride, Carolyn , Fnye Retrains and Disn« Stevens. They wore informal tftemoon gowns and cor- MgM of pink rosebuds. Jbllowlng the wedding, a reception WM held at the home of the brtdo. Th« refreshment table was overlaid with an imported cloth in fll- tei lace and Insets of hand embrold- ary.Trn traditional tiered wedding oak* wat topped with a bride's bou- «u*t and encircled with gardenUs and whit* bride's roses. Tall silver boktar» with whit* tapers completed fcht table. ArtlsUo arrangement.! of white at Rustic Inn Contkwec Bridal Events Br«aMa»t at the Riutln Inn yesterday continued the series of •venti planned irt compliment to Mis. Mildred Chambers, bride-elect • fBdwin V. Stubblefield. Ulat Chambers, who Is t mern- fc«r c< t*» Otntral School faculty. waa entertained by the faculty Centering the table at which the rue*ta were seated was a bubble Tula fcee encircled in greenery. Sparkling Christmns bulls caught jai ribbons held the place cards. A gift of silver was presented by the host«6es and former facility aasoclate* of the honoree at Ynrbro School. For the occasion the honoree wore a frock of black crepe touched in red and featuring a taffeta in»et trim. At her shoulder wns pinned scarlet carnations tied in emerald green, a gift of the hostesses. Mother of the guest oi honor, Mrs. W. C. Shearin. also was Included in the guest list of the B a.m. event. * • + Variety Club's Monthly Supper-Dance Is Given Dancing followed by a buffet •upper. Saturday night entertained members and guests of the Variety Club when Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Folger nnel Mr. and Mrs R. E. Green were host* and hostesses at the Jnycee Club. Guests lor the mont.hly event were Mr. nnrt .Mrs. Worth Holder. Mr. and Mrs. w. K. Bruton and Mr. and Mr.?. Robert Peterson. Streamers of green and red flowed from the servinc: table and dotting the table were figures of Sania Glaus and miniature Yule trees Wreaths were hung arcund the room and ccmpleeine the j-cttin.T were streamers floating from the walls and ceilings. Phillips-Afflick Top Bridge Scores where „,„, n mcmbcr of cw Omega sorority. She was a member of the Volunteer 'Staff, Y.W.C.A.' Blue Triangle ancj participated In extra-curricular activities. She later attended Southwestern, Memphis. Mr. Gwallney. who was a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayettcvllle, was a Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity pledge. After a Southern wedding trip, the bride and groom will be at home In the Laney Apartments; Mr, Gwaltney is connected with Robbins Brothers Grocery. Delta Kappa Gamma Meets; Presents Gifts The C. L. Moore home was the scene Saturday afternoon for n business meeting of the Zeta Chapter of Deltn Knppn Gamma sorority for which Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Mrs. Lillian Prnnk , and Mrs. Moore were hostesses, Miss Lois Porter was the chap- Icr's only guest. Year books were distributed nnel gifts to be given children In state boarding homes were presented Miss Porter, who is county child welfare worker. A social'hour In which the hos- tesse* served c dessert course followed the adjournment. * • * Pease Home Is Selling For PEO Chapter Session A large snowball surrounded In ornament dotted angel's hair centered the dining tnblo of the Wil- Inrd H. Pease home Frldny for the ! p.m. luncheon complimenting members of PEO Chapter "N." Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr.. and Mrs. Pease were hostesses for the meeting and ench guests' plncf wns marked with a miniature choir boy cnndlo. Follejwlng luncheon, Mrs. L. E. Old, chapter president, conducted the meeting and the afternoon's program was review o( the book, "Writing On Life." by Lincoln Bar- nctt, given by Mrs. Hoy I. Bagley. Yule Theme Is Used In Club Dessert Bridge Red nnd green, suggestive oi the approaching holiday season, wcre selected by Mrs. Melvin Halsell to predominate In the decorations cf her Walnut Street home Thursday for the rle.vcrt bricler r-ntcrlninmg members of Ln Nueve. Mrs. Richard T. Mills wns the only guest. In the bridge gnenc, Mrs. R. E. Green won high score nnd Mrs. Cole-ninn Stevens, second hich. Clusters of nruirlina berrirs anci ivy surrounded ornamented silver candles centering each small table. Red tapers burning in silver nurt r hunter crrcn tallies attached to j inlnlntnrr finures o! striped candy stieks completed the party setting. Pninsettiris were presented the prize winners nnd the cift.s wrap- pines further repeated the chosen Yule theme * • • Cnner Home Is Scene Of.Yuletide Party A holiday party for 2(1 pnfsts was civcn Saturday nieht al the j. c .Criner home. Patsy McOce nnd „. „ ,, „,-,, ! Pntsy Crinpr WTTC hostesses fe>r the Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. C. I W. Afflick took first place nomrs Decoration: LUXORA NEWS By MnS. O. C. DRIVER Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Hill had as their recent guests their sons, Harold, from the University of Arkansas, and Clnrence nnd family, from Fort Worth, Texa.s. Mrs. Hill accompanied the pnrty back to Ft. Worth, where she will visit for two weeks. Corps. Mrs. Ora Hill returned to Memphis last week ader n visit of several weeks here with relatives. Harolyn Ann, daughter of the Rev. nnd Mrs. Harold White, returned home Thiirsdny from the Memphis Baptist Hospital, where she hns been n patient for the past two weeks. Otlw Luxornns on the sick list this^fcek Include Mrs. S. J. Smith nt : her, home, and C. B. Thomas, who is reported improved after two weeks confinement at his home. Mrs. H. B. Stanford returned home Inst week after nn extended visit with her mother, Mrs. William Lucas, and family, in Kilgore, Tex- ns. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Mackey nnel ctniishter of Leslie. Ark., arrived here last week to make their home. Mr. Mackey has joined the fnculty of the Luxora schools. Memphis visitors Inst -week Included Mrs. I. M. Cnstllo, Mrs. Lester Stevens, Mr. nnd Mrs, G. C. Driver nnel children, Mrs. Elmer Hall nnd son, and Miss Martha Nelle Head. Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Lowcrins have recently Announced the birth of a son, Danny Paul, at Wnlls Hospital In BIythevlller. Another- sri- nounccment of n family addition Is the reccni birth of n son (o Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gray, now of California Mrs. Gray is the former Miss Mary Buford Dcnton of Luxora. It's a ''building" when speaktnc of a group of rooks; a"brood" of grouse: or a "plump" of wildfowl. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tiebc) of Memphis were the weekend guests oi Miss Lois Porter. Mrs. Tiebel Is the former Miss Mary Hall, a Central school faculty member. Mrs. Guy Burks Is now at her home on West Hearn after having undergone treatment at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Miss Mildred Parker and Mrs. George Cagney spent the weekend in Memphis sa guest of relatives. G. H. Robson nnrt Louis Lynch are In Little Rock where they are attending nn Insurance agents m;d year meeting. Mrs. E. S. Moore, Jr., Is reported In a satisfactory condition at Walls Hcspital where she underwent surgery Friday. Charles Gleudon Harndcn. sem oJ Mrs. Alma L. Harnden of Wilson, has been named to Scabbard and Blade, military science honor society at the University of Missouri. Columbia, where he Is a student. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson aixl daughter, Clara Lois, were removed to Lnelr home on Pecan Street yesterday from Memphis Methodist Hospltnl. A!r. and Mrs. Russell Nelson and daughter, Sara Ann, left yesterday for their r homc in Van Bilrcn alter having been the weekend suest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan and family. Nancy Patterson of Memphis was the weekend guest of N'ita Rose Hull and her parents, Mr. and Mrs- Ray Hall. Miss Mary Barch of Memphis was the Sunday guest of Miss Betty Dodds. Miss Barch Is a former Blythevllle resident. Mrs. W. O, Heeves was removed to her home, on West Walnut Street ast night from Blythevllle Hospital where she had been a patient. Miss Nell DeWarrien of Florence, Ala., was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. W- C. Kelley and daughter. George W. McLendon, son of George A. McLendon of Luxora. has been named an honor student in Arts nnd Science at the University of Missouri, Columbia, where he is a student. Mr. snd Mrs. John Scott h»d as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dan .Cain of Memphis. Mrs. C. W. McDaniels was removed to her home on Davis Street yesterday from Walls Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1911 Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Wesleyan Memorial Methodist Church has 7 p.m. Prayer Service at the home of Mrs. Jack Roberts. Mrs. Eric Whitley 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 parly at Lake Street Methodist Church. The Rev. nnd Mrs. George McGhchcy program leaders and Mrs. J'. W. Maloney hostess. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. 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. O Keefe and Mrs. W. M. Jomz, Weelneselny club mecls with Mrs. W. j. Pollard. Chapter "D" of PEO lias Yule parly. Mrs. J. A. Leech hostess. Mrs. John Lcnli entertaining Club Elsht. Miss Vera Goodrich hostess to CIB Club TLE Club meets with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. M. F. Day hostess to Town and Country Club nt the Rustic Inn. Thursday Thursday Rook Club has 1 p.m. luncheon-Yule party at the Razorback. Mrs. F. B. Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract Club. •Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Alex Curtis. Mrs. Homer Wilson entertaining Octette Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs W. L. Homer. Thursday club meets at the Country Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Miss Mildred Chambers being entertained by Miss Burleene Brinn. Miss Florence Moore, Miss Betty Dortds and Miss Jane Shelton at] the Shelton home, 1520 Walnut at 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible class of First Methodist Church has covered dish supper and annual Christmas party al the church at 6 p.m. Mrs. Thomas Dorris hostess for Sectional Ratings to be Given At Benefit; Varied Games Planned Potatoes sold for $25 a bushel in the South during the late days of the Civil War. Sectional bridge ratings will be given In the duplicate bridge game to be played tomorrow night at the benefit card party at the Country Club. Proceeds from the charity event, which is open to the public." will go to the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund. Varied card games are being planned anel.the event Is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. Door prizes will be presented. The nffalr is under the Joint sponsorship of the Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge Club and the Country club Duplicate Bridge League. The Country Club Duplicate Bridge League recently voted a 550 Stitch and Chatter club. . Woman's Club has 2 p.m. Executive Board meeting followed oy eg- ular session at 2:30 p.m. Coffee at Ihc Country Club from 3 till 5 p.m. Mrs. Wcldon Rainwater. Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Dale S. Brings, hostesses. Salurilay Miss Donna Johnson becomes the bride of Russell C. Mosley in 3 p.m. ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church. Cotillion Club Christmas dance In !hf Mirror Room of Hntel Noble Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pease, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter, Mr. and Mrs. ?'ree- man Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson hosts and Ircxs- te.sses. Duplicate Bridge Leap,ue plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. ' donation to the Community Chest Drive. Armorel Baptist YWA Has Session Nine members of the Armorel Baptist Young Womcns Association met at the church Thursday for the Lottie Moon Christmas program. Participating in the discussions were Jean Parrish, Margie Beard, Oberta Webb, Luella Alsup, Maxlne Parrish, Joy Parrish, Margaret Alsup and Eva Alsup. The group repeated the Lord's Prayer, and prayers by Jean Parrish and Mrs. Adrian Russell closed the mcettlng. The average height of a girl 15 to 19 years old is lour feet 11 inches and her weight averages 110 pounds. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Hog Sausage Seasoned Just Right! A BLVTHEVILLE PRODUCT Bcrtiiat Please come back home and I'll take you to the RAZORBACK for dinner every night. 'Prayer Links'WiI Meet in Homes The neighborhood Prayer Links, under sponsorship of the First Methodist Church, a-il! again be held in homes about the city Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. Link One meets ivith Mrs. R. E. Green, 2304 Birch: Link Two, Mrs. O. O. Elktns. 1501 Ash; Link Three. Mrs. W. L. Homer, 1603 Holly; Link Four. Mrs. Harold Wood, 1025 Hearn; Link Five, Mrs. M. O. Goodwin, 1000 Ash; Link Six, Mrs. E. F. Still, 1130 Chickasawba; Link Seven, Mrs. Ray Hall, 1121 ilearn; Link Eight. Mrs. F. D. Smith, BOS Walnut; Link Nine. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, 801 Hearn; Link Ten. Mrs. H. C. Bush. 1308 North Sixth; Link 11, Mrs. S. C. Owens, 215 Kentucky and Link 12, Mrs. Harold Wright, 615 Cherry. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Olan Broivn, City. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, City: Mrs. W. R. McCUire, Cooler. Kfl}' Smith, Luxora. Terry Lloyd, City- John Aspola, City. JUrs. J. w. Stalling;. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Myra Branch and babv. Sttele. Mrs. R. P. Smith nnd baby, Rt. 2. Mrs. J. A. Haynes, Jr.. and baby, Rt. 2. Mrs. J. B. Tr.-unmell, Rt. 4. Tommy Ray Davis, Holland. Mrs. C. W. McDaniels. City. Mrs. Rebecca Card and baby, Luxora. Mrs. H. D. Harris. Luxora. Mrs. Aubrey Colcman and baby, Victoria. Ouy Gean. Rt. 3. Saturday afternoon in the bi-\vcck- ly game of the implicate peague. Bridge in compliment to the Yule color? of red and erecn were • playine at Hotel Noble, second honors went to Mrs. o. \V. Mc- Culchen and Mrs. Matt Monachal). 1 the about evening the rooms was spent which party sanies. Party foods in the rho.«en hires were later served with iced drinks Antique Furniture For Christmas Giving We have Just finished several -mart pieces upholstered in red velvet . . . marble-top tables and dressers ... and others Distinguished furniture you'll be proud to give, delighted to receive. Come new-while selections are best! MODERN HOME Highway 61 South Telephone 8061 Enter Your Home in the Home Decoration Contest sponsorrrl by (he Garden Club in cnnjiiiiclion with (he lUytlierille Chamber of Commerce. Prizes of $15, $10, & $5 You will be plciiserl lo learn Ibaf no entry fee will he charged this year. Your entry will he judged on 3 fnclors: originalily, visibility from (he street, and neatness. All entries must he suhmilterl hy December 17. .. judging lo lake place from December ISIh to 21st. For yovir city, for voursclf, decorate, your home and enter Ihe contest now! • Clip & Mai! This Entry Blank \ow To Mrs. C. F., Graves, inns West Ash Street, lilylhcvillc, Arkansas I Wish to Enter the BLYTHEV1LLE HOME DECORATION CONTEST Name . . Address . . -Whitsitt': a very special SALE 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 WH ITSiTT Label is always your mark of distinction! Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. • nd 4:00 p.m, dally for our pro- jram announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 Office Phone 6998 ' Boi Office Opens it 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Last Times Today Gene TIERNEY rr Ray M1LLAND Close to My Heart' Paramount News & Selected Shorts GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Tuesday & Wednesday Sable Mink • Baum Martin An Assortment of Scorfs to Delight Her Heart! We Soy; Minks For Christmas! In all fashions . . . Stoles, Capes, Jackets!' 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