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FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951 ' , JIM Shelton, Society Kditor Phon* 4461 Miss Dixon Betrothed To John E. Regenold The betrothal of Miss Martha Dale Dixon to John Edward Regenold, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marshall Regenold, is being made today by the Miss Dixon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Tipton Dixon of Sikeston, Mo., formerly of Blytheville. A Dec. 37 ceremony Is planned • nd nuptial vows will be exchanged »t the First Baptist Church In Bly- thevills. A graduate of Blytheville High School, Miss Dixon served as "Miss Blytheville High School" and reign- ed'as senior class queen. She was vice president of the Red Pepper Club and a member of the Beta Club. She attended the university of Arkansas at Fayetteville where she was pledged to Delia Delta Delta social sorority. She serves as vice president of the Elementary Club, vice-president of the Rootln' Rubes and was a member of the cheering squad and the Blackfrlars Club. A graduate of Kentucky Military Institute, Lyndon, Ky., Mr. Regenold Is now attending the University of Arkansas, where he Is a member of Kappa Sigma social fraternity. « * * Shower Continues Events Feting Bride-To-Be A large puff of white satin designated the chatr in which Miss Mildred Chambers was seated for the ictlvlties at the shower given In her honor at the W. T. Shelton home on West Walnut last night, A pink and white motif had been •elected by the hostesses. Miss Burlene Brlnn, Miss Florence Moore Miss B«tty Dodds and Miss Jane Bnelton to predominate In the pre- nuptlal party , decorations. Miss Chambers will be married Dec. 23 - to Edwin P. Stubblefleld. The entertaining rooms In which guest* were seatea lor party games were decorated in compliment to the holiday season and silts of lingerie were arranged for Miss Chambers under a large Yule tree aglow with Christmas lights. M!M Lois Porter and Miss cleffa Rogers were prtv* winners and after the honors* had displayed the gifts, punch and assorted party foods were ««rved The refreshment table was over- told In a outwork cloth and centered withi.« large bride doll dressed in a formal gown of white satin. Min- feture pink cup» tied In white satin tad fine*'wltti assorted nuts-were Holiday Guests Begin Arriving to Join Blytheville Residents in Whirl of Varied Christmas Celebrations Alley O'Neal was removed to his home yesterday from Campbell's Clinic in Memphis where he had ben a patient for two '.veks. His condition l» reported as much Improved, Miss Alice Marie Ross, first grade teacher at »Yrbro. is In Little Rock attending a speech class held by the State Department of Education, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ramey and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, Sr., are In Monette today to attend the funeral of J. E. Blankenshlp. Mr. lilan- kenship was a frequent Blytheville visitor and was the uncle of Mrs. flamcy and great-uncle of Mrs. Swearengen, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. MoIIaffey were In Memphis yesterday where Mrs. McHaffey underwent treatment at the Baptist Hospital. Her condition la reported as sat! tory but she will be confined to her Shady Lane Road home until after Jan 1. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shaw are spending the weekend In St. Louis as guests of friends. Their daughter, Teresa \n in Lepanto as guest of her gran'dparents, the Hev. and Mrs. R. E. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn left this afternoon for Birmingham. Ala., to spend the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. John Walton Cocke, Jr., and family. Pfc. Billy G. Haynes has returned to Fort Mead, Md,, after spending several days here with Mrs. Haynes. PLANS. LATE DECEMBE RMARRIAGE—Miss Martha Dale Dixon will exchange nuptial vows with John Edward Regenold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marshall Regenolri, In a Dec. 3T ceremony. Miss Dixon Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Felix Tipton Dixon of Slkcston, Mo,, formerly of Blytheville. : - _ lests as fa,vprs. Pljik tapen^et In holly'holders burned at •Jth*r side The chosen color combi- mtfcmims repeated In the .small cmkr» lied, "Dec 23rd" and the'nap- klni, tnfcrinted "Edwin and Millie." A North, Pole sceno reflected in a minor <ir«cUy behind the buffet to complete the setting. For the'occasion a trousseau frock of steel tray sink. shantung with • rhlnwMm trim was chosen by the guect of honor. At her shoulder were pinned carnations of pale pink, a gift of iff hostesses and she wore accessories of black. A special truest was Mrs. W. C •hearin. nith of Miss Chambers. i * * * Kibitzed, Six Guests Meet at Country Club An entertaining room of the Country cfub yesterday was Kent of » dessert bridge entertaining membeis of the Kibitzer Club »nd six giests. Mrs. Alex Curtis WM hostess; for the holiday party, knottier In Blytheville's busy social whirl. V:'» Mr*. Earl'lWUdy of Manila. Mrs Richard RoVe, Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., Mrs. J, Whitney Morgan. Mrs Garrard. Cildill and Mrs. Charles W. Daniels of Osceola were th< guests Invitid' to meet with th< group. ' ) . Gifts done! in gay Yule wrapping: and festoonjd is holly swirls cen. tered each rf the small tables am were later presented as prizes t< the bridge vinners. In the gane, Mrs. Robert O. Me Haney won high score, Mrs. Terrs second high and Mrs. George G Hubbard, Jr., bridgo. Holiday Theme Used Shower Decorations The educational rooms of the Full o.spcl Tabernacle last night were \e setting for a miscellaneous lower honoring . Miss Chnrline Vlcker, \vho will become the bride f Tom Brown, Jr., on Dec. 23. Decorations In compliment to the ollday season marked the rooms n which the evening was spent In isrty gnmes. Sparkling balls set in angel's hair entered the lace-laid refreshment Able. WhHe tapers burned at elth- Icio and red and silver roping at intervals with pifffs of fed the doors of the rooms, lifts for Miss Wicker were arrang- d on a large table with an arch of he roping and streamers suspended umedlatcly above. The setting was ompleted with a lighted Christmas ree. Mrs. Herschel Gray later dirsct- ;d the party games and the gifts were displayed. At,the shoulder of the honoree's jolden corduroy frock was a cor- ape of orchids. She wore accessories >f brown. Mrs. M. E. Wicker presided at slrin led ramed Jrownie Scout Troop las Party at Little House Brownie Scout Troop 13 last night marked the holiday season j vlth a Christmas party at the Little House In Walker Park. Activities began with the show- ng of cartoons followed by a period n which each Scout worked on i 3hrlstmn s sift for her mother. Suspended directly in the center of the large entertaining room was a Christmas bell and set about the room were complementing decora- .lons. -''A sandwich plate with Iced drinks was* served by."scout leader, Mrs. t-eonard Johnson. Mrs. Vance Henderson, a troop council mother, assisted Mrs, Johnson. Luncheon-Rook Marks * Hub Yule Celebration Lur/cheon .at the Razorback fol- lowec" by an afternoon of playing Bridge League Plays at Hotel In the . monthly rnasterpoint game of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League played last night at Hotel Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ford of Kenneth took top honors. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs won second high, O. S. Crowell and O. O. Hardaway, third, and Mrs. Estelle Coats and Mrs. Sam Sike.5, fourth. The results of the six weeks of Thursday night session were announced, with Marc Ford taking ftr'st place, O. 8. • Crowell second, and Mrs. Ford, third. From Junior, who ha* clearly Indicated on the family calender the final day of school before the holidays, .to the harried clerk in the busy stores and even to Mother, who . Is finishing housecle»nlng chores for the family visits, the tempo of preparations for the Dec. 25 celebration is at an ever increasing pitch in Blytheville. This weekend will see the arrival of the first visitor* to Join In the week of late meats, gifts and visits. College students from about the nation head the Itat of arrivals. Coming tomorrow from Nashville, Tenn., where he Is a student at Vanderbilt, will be Charles Hend«-«on, who will be the guest of his parents, Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Hen. dcrson, while Dec, 20 has been selected by Muss Annella Humphreys daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Miss Mary Sue Crafton,.daughter of Mr. and Mrs Rupert Crafton as the day for their arrival in Blytheville from Brenau Gainesville, Ga., where they are students. Many Students Coming Home Also arriving Dec. 20 will be J Cecil Lowe. II, who attends Washington University, St. Louis. He wil be guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. From the University of Arkansas Fayetteville, will come Gary Ma son on Dec. 20 to guest with hi, parents, Mr. ami Mrs. E. R. Mason John Charles White, who Is a stu dent at Georgia. Tech. Atlanta, arriving tomorrow to be the holi day guest of his parents, Mr. an Mrs, Jesse M. White, while C. G Redman, Jr., will arrive Monda from Virginia Military Institute Lexington, for a holiday visit wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G Redman. ^ Jimmy Henry plans to arrive in Blytheville Sunday frof the Univer Monette Club Installs Officers Officers for the new year were in- atalled at the monthly meeting of the Monette Home Demonstration Club, Wednesday. Mrs. L. D. Yates, past president served as installing officer and Mrs. E. E. Wilson 1951 president retained her office as club head. Others installed were Mrs. Wll- ford Flanniijan, vice president: Mrs. Vrel Dudley, secretary; Mrs. George Dletsch, treasurer; and Mrs. Claude Finch, reporter. Other officers will be named later by the Executive Committee. rook yesterday celebration of marked the members of Yule the Mrs. Hprner Entertains Mid-.Week Club Meet A ChrislWas snow scene centere the' dininf table of the W. L. Hor ner norm yesterday for the lunch eon,honprlng members of the Mic ^ OVb. ls of holly and other hollda .atloris completed the setting * 'following the two course meal **"Bridge was played, with Mrs. Aubrey Conway winning high score and Mrs. J. Louts Cherry, second high. GAS is FINE in The Furnace-not in Your Stomach II your stomach burns "like fire" Jt means your food turns to gas In- itCTd of digesting. So you arc in miaery with bloat nnd can hardly b«*the. Blytheville people say they are free of stomach gas 'since they got CERTA-VIN. This new medicine digests food faster and better. Taken before meals it works with your food. Gas pains go! Blont vanishes! Contains Vitamin B-l to en- rtch the blood, give you pep and make nervts stronger. Miserable people joon feel different all over. Bo don't go on suffering. Del CER- TA-VJN—Kirby Drug Stores. .he cake, and punch was served the guests by Miss Bonnie Nell McCor- mlck and Mrs. Coy Goodson. 4 • * Ylrs. Pollock Is Guest "or Luncheon-Bridge Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., was he only guest invited to attenc he luncheon-bridge honoring mem bers of the Thursday Contract Club when Mrs. F. B. Joyner was hos :e$s to the group at her home yes lerday. A tree of Yule ornaments centered the dining table and place- cards caught in ribbons of red and reen and tinkling bells designated each guest's place. The bell theme was repeated In Ihe other decorations of the home. In the bridge game, Mrs. o. W. Mc- Cutchcn won high score and Mrs. Henry Humphreys, second high. * • + At The Hospitals Btythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Willrud Pricidy and Dell Mrs. Henrietta Jackson, City Clorine Brown. City Mrs Tra Gray, City E. S. Mays. City M'alls Hospital Dismissed: B, Lowerns. Luxora Mrs. D. Schmidt and baby. City Willie Smith, Stcele Jerry Wayne Bratton FU. 1 Thursday Rook Club. The entcrtsiilng room in which the afternoon was spent was decorated in a holiday motif and gifts were exchanged from under a lighted Yule tree. In the rook game following. Mrs. T. O. Huey won high score honors, Leon Scherer won second high and rooko honors went to Mrs. Eugene Brown. Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Miss Donna Johnson becomes the bride of Riusell c. Mosley In 3 p.m. ceremony at the First Presbyterian 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 Mrs Robert Porter, Mr. and. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mr. and Mrs Phillips Robinson hosts and host«s«s. Duplicate Bridge Leagu« plays at Hotel Noble st 1:30 p.m.. sity of Arkansas. Fayetteville. to with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry, and fr.om down Tex as way will come Mis* Annet' Whistle, who is arriving Dec, : from Southern Methodist Uhiver sity, Dalla.-;. Texan* to Visit On Dec. 22, the housegfufests Dr. and Mrs. W. 7. Brewer, M and Mrs. John W. Tabor, plan arrive from their Dallas. Tex home for the holiday festivities Mrs. Tabor is Mrs. Brewer's siste Arriving tomorrow Irom Lilt Rock where he Is attending th University of Arkansas medic school will be George D. Polloc Jr.. and also arriving tomorrow Join the activities at the Polloi home is Mrs, Pollock's mother, Mr A. L. Lewis who hails from Hal wood, Va. Dr. and Mrs, J. M. Walls w have as their- guest their son, To Walls, who will arrive tomorrow ! from Vanderbilt, Na.sh.viHe, Tenn. Leaving Blytheville (or Christmas festivities in the neighboring state of Tenfcessee will be Mr. and Mrs. Jim England and daughter, Frances Jean, anti Mr, and Mrs. James England and daughter Pamela, who leave Dec. 24 for Ripley, Tenn. Miss Joan Trieschman Is scheduled to rive in Blytheville Dec. 17 to Join e college »et'« holiday festivities nd she will be accompanied home her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. >ieschman and sister. Sally, who II be in Hattlesburgr, Miss., Sun,y. where Miss Trieschman Is a udent at Mississippi Southern, to tend the production of "The Mcs- ah" in which Miss Trleschman ill sing the solo selections. Michigan Visitor The land of snow and ice con- Ibutes Mr«. C. P. Dodson who axes her home In Flint, Mich. is. Dodson is arriving Dec. 22 nd is coming especially for the .arriage of Mt« Karolyn Rose peise and Clem H. Whistle. Jr. [rs. Dodson is Mr. Whistle's aunt. ?htle here she will visit her moth- r, Mrs, R. A. Wall .sister, Mrs. luth Campbell, and brother, C. H. VhUlle, Sr., and family. From Stephens College, Miss Jaet Nelson will arrive Dec. 20 from 3olumbia, Mo., to Join in the fes- ivitles with her parents, Mr. and Irs. Frank Nelson, while Miss Roerta Bracey also will Join the in- rcasing tempo of visitors that day o visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bracey. Miss Bracey is a stu- ent at Mississippi Southern, Hat- iesburg. The R. U Dedman family cele- jration will be completed with the arrival of son and brother. O'Neal, who gets Into Blytheville Tuesday rom Arkansas Tech, "Russellville, where he is a freshman. From U. of A. Prom the University ol Arkansas, Fayetteville, will arrive Frank Wagner. Jr.. on Dec. 20 and Joining the activities at the Frank Wagner icme Christmas day will be Mrs. Wagner's mother. Mrs. C. V. Pfeifcr of Brinkley. and her brother, D. O. Peifter, Mrs. Pelffer, and family of Memphis. From Shreveport, 'La., will c«me Dr. and Mrs. Howell Brewer and daughter. Miss Patrjcia Brewer who On Dec. 23, the group will journey to Wheatley to spend the holiday with relatives, Other Out-of-Towner* At the F. B. Joyner home, activities will begin with the Dec. 21 arrival of Billy Joyner, nho is stationed at Milllngton Naval Air Station, Milllngton, Tenn.. and arriving Dec. 23 from their home In Jackson, Miss., will be Mr. and Mrs. Frcman Jernigan and son. Skipper. From her home in Washington, D. C., will come Miss Virginia Nunn, who will arrive Dec. 18 to be the guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Leaving Blytheville for a holiday celebration in Morrilton will be Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter. Beth, who will drive there Dec. 22 for several days visit with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins former Blytheville residents. Several Memphis relatives also plan to join the family circle. McCowens 'presented "SanU at the North P. T. A. Hears Yule Program^ The Parent-Teachers Association of Burdette met yesterday at the school for a Christmas season program, with Mrs. Charles Frazier, president, conducting the meeting. Miss Lois Fields directed the program and the third grade class ol Miss Verna the playlet, Pole." Selected scripture was presented by Mrs. Edith Epperson and Mrs. L. H. Autry gave the president's message. ' A duet of Yule music was given by Peggy and Sue Young. In the attendance count, the second grade room of Mrs. Autry and the eighth grade class of Mrs. J. J. Morgan won priaes. Door prize went to Mrs. S. S. Patterson and the eighth grade mothers later were hostesses lor a social hour in the Home Economies cottage. Baptist Group Has Yule Party The theme was repeated "White in the Christmas decorations plan to arrive next spend the holiday weekend to with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Coieman Stevens, and family. Joining the festivities at the M. F. Day home will be Mrs. Day's sister, 'Mrs. G. L. Heyde, and Mr. Heyde. who are scheduled to arrive from their Jackson. Mo., home Dec. 23. The M. F. Days, Jr., wUl. entertain Mrs. Day's mother, Mrs. J G. Wilson, and brother, Bill Wilson, who will arrive Dec. 23 from their home at Qultman. Ark. From out Arizona way will come Mrs. J. R. L-ltzelfelner and son, Joe Martin, to Join the group »t the S. p. Martin home. They are scheduled to arrive Dec. 24, while the holiday weekend visitors also will include Judge and Mrs. E. R. Harper and daughter. Kate, who will jnur- ney down from their St. Louis home to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E Black, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard Miss Betty Black, and Mrs George Pyles From Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va., will come Jack Homer, who will arrive Dec. 31 to join in the holiday celebration with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer. selected for the entertaining rooms of Calvary Baptist church last night which were the scene of the Christmas celebration of the Federated Mississippi County Business Womcns Circles of the Baptist Church. Approximately 70 guests attended. Blue lights adorned the white Yule tree on which were placed ornaments of blue and silver. The ong tables at which dinner was served were topped at Intervals with lighted white candles banked :n greener}' and gaily colored balls. Designs of white chrysanthemums set In asters completed the backdrop for the party. Miss Pearl Lee, president, presided over the dinner meeting and the group was led In singing Christmas carols by Miss Minnie Foster. Miss Oracle Loveless of Osceola was pianist. , Mrs. B, E, Moore of Osceola give a Christmas reading followed by a group singing. A corsage was presented Miss Lee from the Circles and the approximately 100 gifts to be sent to the Baptist orphanage in Montiwllo were given. Prayer by Mrs, P. H. Jernlgan closed the meeting. Guest for the session was Mrs. R- H. Jones of Osceola. . Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses at the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker. Floyd Stone and Miss Willie Pearl Harbor, both of Osceola. James W. McDougal of Detroit and Miss Rosa Lee Morris of Manila. J. W. Alderson and Miss Sylvia Davis, both of Luxora, Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Tonite Double Feature SATURDAY MIDHITE SHOW Admission 50c —Starts 11:30 ADULTS ONLY! No On* Undtr 16 Admitted, Unless Accompanied by Parent!, Listen to KLCN it 10:19 a.m. • nd 4:00 p.m. dally for our pro- Tram annooncementa. Box Office rhDne Z7J1 Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:4S Show Starts Z:M p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each WCBGOBTO., THE mas DONALD 0 CONNOR • PIPER LAURIE J; ^ / FRANCIS fa -wt^t 4t.,,i? 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