The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 15, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVn.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, IJ BC 1MB HI M, Ml Pbone 4461 Miss Deen to Wed In Late December Mrs. George Prenlls Smith Is today announcing the engagement oJ her daughter, Miss Marilyn Deen to Benjamin Myert Lincoln ol LIUIe Rock. Mr. Lincoln Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Aplin Lincoln, also of Little nock. MKs Deen was graduated from Blytheville High School wh=re she served as salutalorian of tier senior class and was a member of the National Honor Society. Active In extracurricular events, she served as drum- > major ol the school band her senior year. Attending the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, she was a mt'ni- ber of Chi Omega social sorority. A graduate of Little Rock High School, Mr. Lincoln is a veteran ol 28 months duty with the Army and was graduated from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He Is now attending the University of Arkansas Medical School in Little Rock where he is a member of Phi Chi medical fraternity. Plans for the Dec. 29th marriage will be announced later. Bridal Party Feted At Harrison Home Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Harrison last night entertained at their home on South Highway 81 to compliment members ol the Johti- •on-Mosley wedding party. Miss Donna Johnson and Russell C. Mosley were to be married this afternoon in a 3 p.m. ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church. Punch and party loods were served from the refreshment table which was overlaid In a outwork cloth and centered with a bowl of whit* pom poms interspersed with hearts of white mftllne. Mrs. Harvey. T. Kldd presided at the punch bowl. Seasonal decorations completed the backdrop for the bridal event. For the occasion Miss Johnson wore a trousseau model of white nylon and pinned white carnations In her hair. ENGAGEMENT IS TOI.D—Miss Marilyn Deen, daughter or Mrs. George Prentls Smith is betrothed to Benjamin Myers Lincoln of Little Hock. The nuptial vows will be exclmnged Dec. Mth. Mrs. Dorris Is Hostess To Club, 3 New Members Mrs. ITeeman Dorrls last night was hostess at her home to members of the Stitch and Chatter Club, when the group met to complete plans for . .the ,ChrisImaaJl^tf; (o-bB^glven ':" Dec.'Sl.'*-^:" p * v^TIirt* ;n*r " Mrs**Kay T Keith also met with* the group. Following the adjournment, Mrs. Dorris served a dessert course and for the occasion the entertaining room held seasonal decorations. LaFinesse, Guests Meet In Peterson Home Cluster* of holly and nandlna berries tied In ribbons of red were presented the members and guests of La Finesse Club yesterday at the dessert bridge game given at the Everett Peterson home. Mrs. Peterson was hostess to members ol the club and guests, • Mrs. Richard T. Mills. Mrs. Robert Peterson. Mrs. W. H. OTteefe and lira. Randsll Hawks. In the afternoon's bridge game, Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., won high •core and second high went to Mrs. Mill!. • • • Employes Are Honored With Dinner Party Employes of Ihe Darlinj Shop . Thursday night were honored with a dinner party at the Rustic Inn. Twenty-five employes and five ffuests attended the Yule party and following dinner, gifts were exchanged and the evening spent In singing Christmas carols. Guests with the employes were Bpeck McGregor, johnny Mick, Floyd Kerbough, Dorothy Rollison and Russell Gunner. Mrs. Kerbough. shop manager was in charge ol arrangements. Lynch Home Is Scene Of Club Dinner Party A silver bowl, from which brimmed Christmas balls, flanked by two smnll trees also holding the sparkling ornaments formed the center design for tho table at which guests were seated last night at the dinner parry given by Mr. Bud Mrs. B. A. Lynch at their West Main Street home. Guests were members of Mrs. Lynch's bridge club, the Mid-Week Club, and their husbands. A white Christmas tree holding bubbling lights and red tapers flickering In sliver candelabra, completed the party setting. The entertaining rooms In wlilch the guests later spent the evening informally, held Bible Class Has Dinner Party hgy. >nd, arrangements of >ns Coffee at Country Club Attend by 250 Guests The largest party ol the current Christmas whirl ol Blythevllle's social set was the coffee, yesterday afternoon at th« Country Club, when 250 guests called from 3 till 5 p.m. to exchange season's greetings. Ho-sUsses for the event were Mrs. Weldon Rainwater. Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. James O. Guard and Mrs. Dale S. Briggs. Guests entered the ballroom through doors outlined In red and green and set beside the central doorway was a tall basket filled with ginnt white chrysanthemums. Focal point of Interest was the refreshment table which was a study In the Yule colors of green and red. Hunter green satin overlaid the table and the four corners were each caught in a puff of red satin centered with gleaming red ornaments. A carnations tree formed the centerpiece, and the snow white branches of the tree were ladoned with red carnations each set in Huffs of matching red mnline. The tree base rested in rulfles of lacelon from which flowed red satin streamers which fell to the floor line. The services on the table were silver. In keeping with the holidays ivere the ice molds served, with each being fashioned as a .sleiijh, Santa Cinus figure, reindeer and others suggestive of the season. Each balcony of the large room was adorned with figures cf choir boys forming small choruses. A large lighted Christmas tree was arranged in the room in which H the guests were entertained and y spaced about at, Intervals were j{ lighted tapers set in greenery. : y A wall of magnolia leaves over- *{ laid the mantel of the fireplace ^ which lield a roaring lire. Inter- g sperscd in the waxy green leaves * were magnolia leaves tinted white. • M sprinkled in silver flecks and top- : Z yed with red berries. The entire j & scene WRS lightly misted in angel's • f[ hair and illumination was provided j V by live giant hunter green tapers, j g An auxiliary serving table was ol> g 10 Attend Club 28 Dinner-Dance Approximately 110 members of Club 28 and their gucst.s attended the monthly dinner dance Thursday nlKhl at the Hut. which also was a Yiilctldc celebration. Mr. nnd Mrs. Max B. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer were hosts and hostesses for the event for which they had chosen a theme ot red, white and silver. The mnntel of the reception room was banked In greenery and centered with a large letter to Snntn while along the mnntel base were plncec small stockings, one for each club 28 member. . The ball room where the guests were .entertained with dinner ant dancjjig further repeated the crmser color, (motif, f Included in the guest list was Mrs J. K. ,Garner of Greenwood Miss houseguesl ot Mr. and Mrs. A. o Little and Mr. and Mrs. Tom A Little. and Mrs. Ted LvsMr and son, Johnny, are the guests of Mrs. Lys- tcr's mother, Mrs. John Bourland. They are en route to Lt. Lystcr's iew assignment at Lake Charles, La. MJas Barbara Sallba will arrive tonight mlfport. from Gulfpark College, Miss., to be the holiday Kiicst of her mother, Mrs. Jack Saliba, who Ij In Memphis to meet her. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Piirtlc announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, yesterday at Blytheville Hospital. Sgt. Harry C. Farr, who has been stationed at Kee.sler Air Force Base, Biloxl, Miss., is spending the holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Parr. Sgt. Farr will report to Lackland Air Force, Tex., In January to begin Officers Candidate School. Mrs. Belle Garner Is reported in a. satisfactory condition at Memphis Methodist Hospital where she underwent surgery Wednesday. Cecil L. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright has returned from 14 months duty in Korea and Is now spending a leave here with his parents. He Is stationed aboard the OSS Diphita at Long Beach, Calll. Lieut, and Mrs. T. Q. Raney, Jr.. and son Byron, have returned from Guam and are now visiting Mrs. Eianey's mother. Mrs. S. C. Alexander. LI. Raney leaves this month for Mountain Home. Idaho and will be joined Inter by Mrs. Raney and OSCEOLA NEWS By B«tty« Nelle Starr Pre-N'uptlal Event Planned Mrs. Vern Forcum ot Dyersburg, Term., will compliment Miss Karolyn Rose Speise, her bridal attendants and her mother, Mrs. Frank Speise, the groom-to-be's mother, Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Mrs. Jerry Edwards and Mrs. Mavis Settlemtre with a luncheon at Peabody Hotel In Memphis Tuesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Forcum will carry cut the wedding motif of Ice blue and white in the table decorations and in the corsages of gardenias and blue stat- Ice for all the guests. The centerpiece will be a silver bowl of carnations dyed Ice blue, and interspersed with blue statlce, with streamers marking the individual places In blue satin ribbons. The bride's place will be designated with a special design. Mrs. Forcum will greet the guesUs In a forrest green wool suit worn with black accessories. The honoree has chosen a cocktail suit in black and white. The bodice and the Jacket Is of white corde and the skirt Baptist YWA Has Meeting The Young Wonicns Association of the Armorel Baptist Church met Thnrsdtvy night at the church with seven members ntlcncling. Margie Beard led the opening prayer preceding the program, "Building for the Future." PnrticipnUng on thp program were Obertn Webb, Jov Pnrrfsh, Maxine Farrish, LucUa Alsup, Margie Beard and Jean Parrish. Gosnell Juniors Narrle Officers The Junior class of Gosnell High School yesterday named officers for 1852 with Lcor. Trench being elected president. ' Others to serve are Harold Bigham, vice president; Geneva Lee, secretary; Charles VVilliford. treasurer, Marlene Donncr, reporter; Ben Calrlwell and Jnck Reams, sergeants at arms; and Jerry Raspberry, .SOUR captain. also fashioned from of black corde. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Buddy Watson entertained ;he Tuesday Night Bridge Club at home Tuesday. Christmas decorations were used throughout the living and dining 3oms. Mrs. Elliott Sartain and Mrs. Jesse Glascoe were winners during the games. The hostess served a salad plate. Mrs. Phillips Hostess Mrs. H. E. Phillips was hostess to the Tuesday Dessert Cnnasta Club at her home and all members were present. The group exchanged gifts and Ihe house was decorated in the Yule season, with a large tree completing the scene. The mantel in the living room was deccrated in magnolia leaves nnd silver balls. Mrs. Godfrey White won higi score and Mrs. O. E. Massengill second high. Supper Cluh Meets The monthly tour-table supper club met at Cramers Tuesday night for a chicken supper. The banquet table where the guests were seated was decorated in Christmas colors. The centerpiece was an arrangement ol red candles entwined with holly branches filled with red berries. A snowball scene ran the full length ol the table and following supperflfhe guests were Invited to the home of Mrs. Hugh Allen for bridge. Pots of red poinsettias adorned the living room and dining table. In the bridge games. Mrs. J. L. Ward won high club score and Mrs. Claude Lloyd won high guest prize. Miss Blanche Cleere won the bingo. Personals Mrs. Boyd Whit* returned home Wednesday with her bnby daughter born at a Memphis hospital last week, she has not been named. John W. Edrlngton is a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Welby Young visited her brother, John Mclntyre in a Memphis hospital Wednesday where he underwent surgery. Mr. Mclntyre's home is in Stuttgart, LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER PTA Meetl The l.uxora Parent-Teachers Association held Its monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon in the school calcterla here with 48 members and guests present. Christmas Carols, sung by the high school gtce club, formed the musical portion c-f the program. Mrs, Joe Gentry gave the inspirational thoughts, and Mrs. W. E. Head gave the president's message. Mr. Wayne Mackey, new elementary instructor, was introduced by Superintendent ol Schools T. D. VVilklns. The Rev. H. L. White, pastor of the l.uxora First .Baptist Church, presented the feature program, talking on "Character Development in our Schools," Room count prizes were won by Mrs. Wilkins' second grade and the eleventh grade. Personals Mrs. Murry Richardson entertains ed lor her son. Murry, Jr.. Wednesday evening, on the occasion of his ninth birthday, with a house party for fourteen young friends. Mrs. S. J. Smith is a patient In the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. John M. Dooley. who arrived by plane Sunday from Anchorage, Alaska, is attending her Other Luxorans In Memphis hospitals are Mrs. Dave Walker at Methodist, and Mrs. P. M. Bonds at Campbell's Clinic. Mrs, j. L. Flanagan Is visiting relatives in Kentucky for several days. Memphis visitors Thursday included Clarence Crawford. S. C. Ingram, and Sam Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Holt ol Wynne were the houscguests of Mr and Mrs. R.iy olive Sunday. One Fleeing Romanian Survives for Freedom BELGRADE. (£>)—Only one of four Romanians who attempted to Ilee their Communist-dominated native land by swimming the swift :«*>«!tit«!«i{ tesun'M'Sf ««««*<€ «i«c «« vtMtcwwcwt';! * | Santo says: Let Curt's do your holiday baking! River survived to POUR ONE — Made of heady stufl is the tongue-in-cheek hat by Svend, modeled here by a Parisienne. The topper consists ol green satin champagne bottle, gold lame tray and wine goblet made of gold and satin lac*. Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday Mrs. Prances Gammlll entertaln- ng at the P. D. Poster home, 1140 Main with a 4:30 tea in compliment to Mrs. Edward Jacks, a recent bride. Monday Women's Auxiliary ol St. Stephen _ Episcopal church has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. C. F. Cockle 1706 Holly. General meeting of the of Ihe First Presbyterian at 2:30 p.m. First Baptist Church Circles meet —Circle One, Mrs. Russell Marr Circle Two. Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr.; Circle Three, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.; Circle Four. Mrs. Rob-I ert McHancy; Circle Five, Mrs. C. i R. Johnson; Circle Six, Mrs. Charles R Newcomb. and Circle Seven, Mrs. M. L. Stewart. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Women Church t I p.m. «t th* Church. iM Karolyn Rose Bpeis* ant Clement H. Whlitle, Jr., muri««* performed in Firat Presbyterian Church in Osceol«. MiM Churllne Wicker and Item Brown, Jr., wed in Pull Gospel T«b- ernacl« ceremony. Mls« Margaret Ann Hlckejr and Harold Stockton exchange vow* fat 3:30 p.m. ceremony in Newport. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday Only Serial; Pirates Harbor Also Cartoon League meeting at 7:1S. Bridge frigid Danube tell the tale. The lone survivor, a 24-year-old graduate law student, was towed ashore by Yugoslav peasants. Roped together with him and buoyed up by automobile Inner tubes were his three dead companions. After six hours of artificial respiration the law student u-ns revived. Dissatisfaction with tHe "horrible" living conditions In Romania had brought them to the at tention of security police and hastened their decision to flee. Mrs, Riley B. Jones entertaining with dinner party at North Highway 61 home for members of Tuesday Brit'^e Club and husbands. Ladies Day at Country Club with Yule party nnd 1 p.m. luncheon. Wednesday Mrs. Herman entertaining High Two Club. Mrs Herman Turner has dinner party at 7 p.m. complimenting TLE Club. Thursday Annual party for children of members of Country Club beginning 1 at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel 7:30 p.m. Snnday . .Mill. Mi)drf<J v .,ehlmbei-s becomes the brtdf'Sf'iEclwJn'P. Stubblcfield in a 4 p.ifj. 'cererndnyat the Church of Christ. Miss Doris Stone and Robert Fenton Dean exchange nuptial vows The Rev. and Mrs. Roy I. Baglcy and Miss Sue Cement were guests last ni^ht with the 51 members of the Ladies Bible Class, o! the First Methodist Church, who celebrated the holiday season with a dinner party at the church. Group singing of Christmas car- els followed by prayer began the activities. Mrs. W. I. Denton led the evening's program and the Rev. Mr. B&gley gave the devotional. In thej tnc B la *s top was a giant poinsctlia. business meeting, donations for the The table was entwined in greenery Little Rock orphanage were madet nn ^ Christmas baits and burning and two baskets for needy families; al °l' th c table were hurricane lamps were packed. j holding red tapers. Christinas car- I Madam, (his Christmas season, don't be a slave to (lie kitchen! Do your holiday baking the easy, economical Curl's ttnkery and place your "baking order". Curl's will lake care of any baking order you might have in mind.. .delicious fruit cakes iitid pastries of all kinds. Order early, please! today hat too many high-presiur* young talesmen likt Mar key who artsilk'tongumg beautiful young girls tike Ann into making juiton. mi.tak.!.. . Thii NEW midnit. scandal will op«rt everyone's tyes T It'i Enlightening . . . ond it'i Educational . . . and it's Entertain ing! And btit of all — i wrought iron and resting under I Following dinner. Christmas customs were discussed by Mrs. BPA.S ols were- played. Try Our Delicious French and Rye Bread! Fresh Hot Donuts, a Curt's Special! Mrs. Monroe Crain. Jr., nnd Mrs. [ W Stanlon. Mrs. O. L. Ganske. Mrs. W.! Of car Fendler presided at the table! y I. Denton and Mrs. Frank Webb, j the first hour, while Mrs. Ben Har- 11* Gills were later exchanged and t pole and Mrs. James Roy served | 2 the evening spent informally. At Ihe Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Shirley Snyder. City. Walla Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Lena Rowls, Luxor a. Mrs. Lois Barnett. City. D. F. Woods, Memphis. the second hour. Assisting the host-| V e.^es during the atternoon were! |{ Mrs. Karris McCalla, Mrs. Bob Lo- " gan, Mrs. s. E. Time. Mrs. Harmon Taylor. Mrs. Gene Teafcrd, Mrs. Newton Whitis. Mrs. Garrnrd Cau- dlll. Mrs. Worth Holder. Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., Mrs. 1. R, Coleman, Mrs. Bob Warren, Mrs. Coleman Stevens and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh. Included In the guest list were residents ol steele. Osceola, Manila, Lcachville, Dell and Burdens. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT f Curt s Bakery 211 S. First Street Phone 9904 ADULTS ONLY! Children Under 16 Admitted with Parents. ^ALSO SELECTED SHORT , "G. I. LOVE" with All Star Cait Admission 50c — Starts 11:30 p.m. Sunday & Monday Double Feature CONVOY with IHARIES8ICKFOBD- EVELYN ANKERS BANK AL8EBTSON-KEYE LUKE -Plus— Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. »nd 4:00 p.m. dally for our pro- jram announcement*. Box orrie« Phone Z75J Office priori* 6991 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Saturday Only Serial: "Mysterious Island" Also Cnrloon Sunday & Monday tal FPMAN-N* HANSON Also Paramount News, Cartoon & Sport Reel

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