The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 12, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEYILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS 'AT, DBOBUBBR IS, 1MI oae JAM Shelton, Society Editor f ety, Pbon» 4461 Mis* Johnson Is Feted WitK Shdwer-Party MU* Jean Dedman and Mrs. R. L. Dedman last night were hosWis- w at their home with a miscellaneous shower given in compliment to Miss Donna Sue Johnson, who will be married Saturday to Riif-scll C. Mosley. A pink and silver combination was chosen and the (able Iroin which the party foods was served was centered with a design of •wirls of and angel's liair lighted by pink tapers, Pink candles lighting silver leaves andi Christmas bauble.? were set • bollVto complete the party scene The honoree's chair was marked with a fluff of white satin holding 1 a corsage o(. gardenias later pre- Mnted the iionoree, who pinned them at the shoulder of her baby - blue taffeta gown. In the party games, Mrs. Arthur 8. Harrison and Muss Eloise Hindman were prize winners. Coffee and party foods were lat- «r served and Mrs. Don Fletcher of Joiner presided at the coffee •ervice and Mrs. Harrison served eate. Mrs. Sylvester Mosley, mother of Mr. Mosley was mi honored guest. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. C. A Htighes of San Augelo, Tex., Mrs. Archibald Catchings, Mrs. B. C. Bell of Bassett and Mrs. Fletch- •r of Joiner. • • • Gleaners Class Has Supper-Party A pink and green color combination was chosen to predominate in the decorations of the W. L. Moxley home on Eut Main Monday nigh Jor the annuiil Christmas celebration of the Gleaners Class ot tin First Baptist Church. Pink polnsettlaa centered Shirley Abbolt Pally Hiitliei QUKKNS TO BK CBOWNKI)—Coronation service will be Jan. 2: 'or queens of the Armorel High School and Junior High, who were chosen recently. . Shirley Abbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Abbott, will rein' a* senior high school riucen, while ratty Hughe*, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Rex Hughes of Huffman, will preside over the Junior high schoo court. Crowning ceremonies will be at the Armorel-Gosnell basketball game at Armorel. Charlevoix Chapter Hai Luncheon at Noble Hotel Mr«. H. W. Wylle, Mra. O. O. Hardaway and Mra. James Hill, Jr., 'eaterday were hostesses for a com- ilntd luncheon meeting-Yule party or members of the Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The entertaining room held decoration* tuggestlve of the holiday season and the group agreed to're- jlace the usual practice of exchangT ag gifts with a $25 donation to D«cona College, Dacona, Okla. Set atop the single long table from which the meal was served was a holiday Design of poin^cttias and scarlet carnations set In greenery. The meeting was directed by Mrs. E. B. Woodson, regent and various Christmas carols were discussed and he conditions under which they were written was told by Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. The meeting was adjourned with the group deciding uiion the placing of historical markers. Dinner Party in Home Compliments Jaycecttes La Petite, Two Guests Play Bridge in Home Members of L» Petit* and two guests yesterday played bridge at the home of Mrs. Eric Whitley. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., and Mrs, Paul Jobe were guests for the weekly session. A dessert ( was served and Mrs. Whitley .took high .score honors. Mrs. Jim Riehl won. second high. the dining table Jrom which supper wu served and encircling the Ilow«• but were plrik touched green- try s«t in twllj o! whlt«. , ,Angel'« hilr, tinted pinlc onct hells I»c*d ; throughout the chandelier was arranged over the table, Th« mantel of the entertaining room where the guests were later , Mated wu a scene or pink am! fieen with green candles providing the Illumination. A pink Yule tree lighted In green uid holding cerise balls highlighted the entertaining room and Hie small tables »t which the'.4O guests were ieated were each 'topped with a design ot the pink and green. The devotional was given by Mrs. Walter Bishop and » solo by Mrs. Harold Davis accompanied by Mrs. .' C. M. Smart. A program of Yule music wa.s presented »t the organ by Mr, Moict - ley and the group wai'-'led litylng- ing Ch.rlslniM carols .by Mm.] Rtis- . :'l C. Farr. : Gilts were later exchanged Irom under the tree. Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr«. Moxley composed the tleo- oratlon committee; Mrs. Rosco Cralton, Mrs. Wade Jeffries and Mrs. Mai Logan made up the food committee; and Mrs. Albert Eudcrr . lln. Mrs. Fred Copc'.and nnd Mrs. W. C. McManus were the I able committee. Mrs. James Roy served . a* program chairman. Hays- Home Is 'Scene Of Group Dinner-Parly Garden Club Has Yule Parly at Church The East Side Garden Club night met nt the Lnke Street Methodist Church for a celebration of the holiday Reason and tile monthly program meeting. Miss Alice Priest v;jis the xroup's only guest and the entertaining rooms of tho church held a large lighted Yule tree and Chrislnuu scenes a/id wrcnth.s innde by the club members. The Rev. George McOlichcy was program chairman ami the devo ttonnl, "The Heart ot Christinas" wn.s given by Mrs. McOhchey. Decorations /or the home for Hie holiday season were demonstrated by Mrs. J. W. WocUnns, nnd Mrs. C, At The Hospitals Dismissed: Mella Woods, City Mrs. O. J. Rogers, City , Mrs. L. A. Stafford and twins, ;ity Clyde A. Turner. City Jnmcs E. Woods, City John Astola, City T. Slmmltn. Christmas line judging Mrs. McGhclicy The hom« of Mrs. Hadley Hays last night was the scene of » Christmas celebration for members of the Love Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church. Miss Louella Alley was ^co-hostess lor the dinner party and tor the occasion the entertaining rooms held scenes of the Yule season. A artwork cloth overlaid tile table and burning nto'p were red cnmllcs and greenery. Centering each smaller table were lighted candles set in foam fluffs and ornaments. Mrs. Jim Halnwaler. Mrs. nupcrl Cralton and Mrs. C. W. McCuen %ere the group's guests. The invocation was Riven by Mrs Rainwater and the brief business session following was directed by won Ilrsi place, with Mrs. A. D Pricsl and Mrs. C. T. Srmmlin tic ing for second high honors. In connection with the chose: "gift lo grow" the members late: exchanged Yule packages. Seed packets were presented b; hostess. Mrs. J. W. Maloney wh< later served refreshment.! of pie assorted candies and iced drinks. Mary Evelyn Gude Has Party'for 21 Gilests Mary Evelyn Curie wns four years old Sunday and the event was marked with a party for 21 guests nt the .home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Gude. Balloons, which were later presented tlie guests, and floating slrejuner.s of red nnd green murker) the rooms In which the afternoon was spent In party games. Bobby Aycock, Curtis Sweet and Carol Wheat took in the games. Miniature figures of Santa Cla filled with assorted candles ivere presented and the Inrgc white cake Iced "Happy Birthday Mary Evelyn" wns cut and served with punch and ice crenm. Mrs. Paul Aycock of Memphis assisted Mrs. Gude. Out-of-town guests were Jnnel Aycock of Memphis nnd Dan and Bobby Aycock of Parma. Mo. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses al the office of the county clerk, Mrs Blythe Parker: Jnmcs Hall and Mm. Helen Ha both of Leaclwllle. Elzle Danlcy of Caruthersvllle and Miss Dottle eJan Reagan o Blythevllle. Holly and mistletoe clusters decorated the home of Mrs. Jane Marshall last night for the dinner part> complimenting members of the Jay- ceettes when Mrs. Marshall was hos Less for the annual YulelJde event. The dining table at which the guests were seated was centered with a Christmas scene, which was flanked by lighted red and green candles burning In silver candlesticks. Gifts were later exchanged from iinder the lighted Yule tree and favors were presented by Mrs. Marshall. * • • Mrs. Billy Wooten, Is Circle Guest Mrs. Billy Wooten was the only guest, with nine members of the Business Women's Circle Nine of th e First B nptist Wome n 's M is - sfonary Union, who last night met In the home of Mrs. Alvin Lane. Mrs. Woolen serves a.s general secretary of the WMU of the church, MM. J. M. Cleveland, program chairman, was the evening's Royal in charge of Service program and the devotional was given by Mrs. Woolen. AH members contributed to the Lottie Moon offering and the meeting was adjourned. Mrs. Lane served refreshments In the social hour following. Iloberi A, Porter, Jr., is reported In a satisfactory condition at Walls Hospital where lie underwent surgery yesterday. Mr. and Mis. Harmon ttobinson of Corning will he the weekend guests of Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Capt, and Mrs. REcliaid S, Rager and three children, Richard, Jr., Lura I,ee find Billy, arrived yesterday from Rhlncman Base near Frankfort, Germany, to be the guests ot Mrs, Tlager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Mays. Capt, F er has been stationed in Germany for three years. They had been visiting his mother, Mrs, W. L. Ragcr •In Boston nnd wilt remain here until after Jan. 1 when Capt. Roger will report to Pope Field, N. C. Mr, and Mr.s. R. B» Purvis and trandson. Mike Caraway, are .pending several days in Memphis. A. CJ. Shibley returned Monday night from Roanoke, Vn., where he jad .spent .several days. Mr. and MM. Paul Aycock and daughter, Janet, have returned to their home In Memphis after having been weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Orvllle Gude and chll drcn, Mary Evelyn and Ronnie. Mrs. Lois Gammons Barnett was admitted to Walls Hosoltal th! morning, where she will undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Etclileson an nonnee the birth of their sccom child, a daughter, last night a Blvtheville Hospital. She ha.i no been named. They have one othc daughter, Ronnie Fay. Gu.s Lynn 5s the name which ha been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. D. F Schmidt for the!/ first child, a soi born last night at Walls Hospita Mrs. Schmidt Is - the former Mis Junnltn Eberdl, daughter of Mi and Mra, Gus Eberclt. _Mr. Schmkl ft Navy radioman, arrived ycsterd^ from San Diego, Calif-, to spend ; days. Workers to Hear Missionaries at Baptist Meeting _ •» The Rev. >nd Mn Clyde Hanklns, m!s!on»rl« to Brazil, will be guest tpeakers it the Worker* Conference of the Mississippi County Baptist Association, Dec. 14 »t the New Providence Baptist Church In Leachville, The Rev. E. C. Brown of Blythe- vllle, moderator of the Association will prtslde al the monthly conference and the afternoon se.sslon \vill begin at 2:30 p.m., with the evening meeting getting underway at 7 p.m. The program theme, "The Challenge of World-Wide Missions" will be featured in the devotional period by Hie Rev. P. H. Jernlgan of Blythevllle and the Rev. D. B. Bletl- soe of Wilson, who will deliver (he crmon. The Rev. C. A. Johnson, associa- lonal missionary will also contin- the chosen theme and gues 1 peakers, the Rev. and Mrs, Han, ins will present foreign mission work In message and pictures. Music features of the progran will be dir«ct«d\by the Rev. Harol Vhlte of Luxor a. 9-Tab!e Movement Played at Benefit A nine table scrambled Mitchell movement was played-last night at he benefit card party sponsored by the BIythevMe Duplicate Club and the Country Club Duplicate ,eague at the Club. Door prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mrs, O. S, dwell. Beau Gesfre Towers Sprout SAIGON, Vietnam. W| — Alcng ,he roadsides and main riverways of Indochina, "Beau Geste" watch- owers seem to be sprouting almost dally. These are links in the chain of fortifications the French and Vietnamese are erecting as soon as Communist-led Vtettnlnh troops or guerrillas are cleared .out of strategic areas. They're usually referred to as Beau Oeste" watchtowers because they remind one of the type of Foreign outposts so often seen in Hollywood-made films. They also resemble the pictures in history books of "American stockades bviilt to ward off Indian attacks, except the American ones were marie of logs and lumber. Schoolgirl to America SINGAPORE. (/P) — Miss Alia Tay. 17, of Raffias Girls School has been named to; represent schoo children of Singapore at the New York Herald Tribune Youth Forum in New York in March, 1952. she was chosen from among cbmpeti tors Irom eight -schools who wroti essays on "The World We Want." Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. dessert canasta at the Rn-sltc Inn. Mrs. Everett Peterson, Mrs. W H. O'Keele and Mrs, W. M,.Jontz, hostesses. Thursday Mrs. Newell G, Jerome entertaining La fr'ueve. Annual Christmas program of Blythevllle Junior High and Senior High alee Clubs at the high school auditorium 3 p.m. under direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry. 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. Mld-Wcck Club t meeLs with Mrs. . Homer. Thursday Club meets at the Co my Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays nt, otel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Miss Mildred Chambers being en- rtained by Miss Burleene Brinn, iss Florence Moore, Miss Betty odds and Miss Jane Shelton at Shelton home, 1520-Walnut, at 30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Meth- dist Church has covered dish super and annual Christmas party at e church at 6 p.m. Mrs. Freeman Dorris hostess for tltch and Chatter Club. Woman's Club has 2 p.m. Execu- ve Board meeting followed oy eg- lar session at 2:30 p.m. Coffee at the Country Club from till 5 p.m. Mrs. Weldon Rainwater, Irs." James Terry, Mrs. James C. jiiard and Mrs. Dale S. Brings, hcs- esses. Saturday Miss Donna Johnson becomes the ride of Kussell C. Mosley In 3 p.m. Mra. Frank Orfgsby, Mrs: W. D. Chamblln, and Mn, B. L. Bogga. These were donated by Blythevili* merchants. \ In the game from which proceed* went to the Damon Runyon Cancer fund, Mr. and Mra. Roleson won first; Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. E. B. Woodson lecond high. Third place went to Mrs, Russell Phillips and Mrs. F. E. Black and fourth to Mrs. W, D. Chamblin and Mrs. C. W. Afflict. It was announced that master- point games would be played at both meetings of the Duplicate League this week. EMBROIDERED TAFFETA by J. P. by Mrs. Rainwnlcr. " Miss Frances McHancy discussed. "Making Christmas Christian" and Mrs. Ben Henderson gave a demonstration on making Yule trinkets. Mrs- Robinson presented a display of art, books and music for the hoi id ay season and Mrs. C. L. Moore closed the program with the topic, "Serve Him, Serve Him." Gifts were later exchanged by : the gftup and party games played, j -W If — in a warm SupaCoadi, \v-iih n ui£ ittain and no wdither wofnctt c money, too! Low Circyhound Joseph" w".' Mcliancy served I {*«:<> arc only M (he cos: of operating junior • petites join the holiday whirl in a rustling rayon taffeta that's out to flatter. Soft-spoken smoothies that're festive as the season. For a Better Look, Eyeglasses for TV . ROCHESTER. N.Y. fif) — Tho» pasty-faced TV cowboy heroea should look a lot better now — through special TV eyeglasse.i which ore supposed to minimize glare and provide softer, more human pictures for the viewer. • Produced by Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. here, the glasses are precision ground" and polished. Scientists worked a year to perfect tha glass. Research specialists said, however, that the glasses are not intended to remedy visual defects such as ncarsightedness. ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church. Cotillion Club Christmas dance in the Mirror Room of Hotel Nonle. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mi-, and Mrs: VI. H. Pease, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Rob.lnson and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson hosts and hostesses. Duplicate Bridge league plays »t Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Listen to KLCN at 10:1* a.m. and 4:00 p.m. dally for our pro* £ram announcement*. Box Office rhone 2751 Office Phone 6998 Box Of fiee ""Open, at 1:41 Show Starts 2:0* p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday its chairman and Mrs. GarrotL and iwtt. was assisted by Mrs. John Bur- Lingerie Shower Given For Miss Wicker Gifts of lingerie were showered upon Miss Charlene Wicker Monday night by the 20 guests who attended the shower given in her honor at the M. E. Wicker home. Miss Bonnie ^eU McCormlcfc was co-hoste-i! (or (he event and in the evening's . party games Miss Josephine Hodse. Miss Loretta Waiden and Mrs. Marvin Wicker were prize winners. Cake and punch were served by the hostcjae.* alter the honoree hnd opened her assorted gifts. The hostesses vttt assisted by Mrs Leon Walden. For the occasion, Miss Wicker w»s dressed In t suit of grey worn irlth accessories of blade and i her shoulder wns pinned a corsaj of crchldi, t (1(1 of the hostesses. our o\\n Cirl Or. Memphis s s 3.1.1 I.itllc Rock < SO St. I.oul* 4.80 Dallas, Tr-x Jackson, Miss. .. New Orleans .... Nashville. Term. .. nirmlngham. Ata. (illlfporl. Miss. ... Miami, Kla AtLinla. On. 1I.S5 6.IS 9.25 6.25 7.0« 9.70 20.7.-, !UO I.os Angeles. Talif. Sea trie, AVash 41.00 Chkajo. Ill 9.10 Detroit, Midi 13.15 8.60 8.60 21J5 16.65 11.25 12.60 13.50 31.35 1S.SI5 66.15 12.00 16.10 2J.75 Greyhound Bus Terminal 109 N. Klllh Phone 44 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Last Times Today •* RUTH m RWB ROMAN COCH RAN Paramount News & Selected Shorts ERESORY LCAVA Select ed Short Subjects Thursday S: Friday" ' Double Feature fMOSGOESTO,, SATURDAY MIDNITE FEATURE Starts 11:30 p.m. Admission 50c lo All STARTED SMOKING! "HOM-DATB" ,. . . Km- broidery forms a scroll design 'round low neckline of this voting dance dress. Us emhroidered companion holero lurns il into a same costume. Six es 7-15. "BLOSSOM TIMI"' . . . this young newcomer boasts provocative keyhole neckline helow winp- ed collar. IVip embroidered flowers and ihine- slones bloom on huge patch pockets of skirt. Sizes 7-15. 05 "ROMANTIC GEM" . . . jeweled buttons sparkle from collar t» » h i r r t d waistline on this new beauty. Lustrous embroidery covers whirling skirt. Sizes 7-15. 10 9 JIEDEL'S A.OMMfiStt INlEF.'miCM.M PICM'SE —And— Matkey »»V , T* *«Ml h*» f >*• «har k woi Hk«, hi fry ju*t ont cij. Soon, 1 cm wholciale. Th»f it S«ttt*d — and I winded 1 wal iot. "SHE SHOULDA SAID 'NOT' Also Selected Short—

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