The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1951 · Page 4
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FOOT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 SheJtoa, Society zwA Pbon* 4461 Mosley-Johnson Vows Said In Church Ceremony Friends and relatives gathered at the First Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon for the 3 p.m. marriage of Miss Donna Sue Johnson to Russell Clinton Mosley, The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd heard the single ring ceremony. . ' * The bride Is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rass Lemuel Johnson and Mr. Mosley Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Mosley nil of Blytheville. As -the guests assembled, a program of organ music was presented by ITT. Moore. Jr.. and Mrs. Jim Jefferies, vocalist. Mr. Moore played, "Caprice" by Vlmms-Kreisler; "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" by Sain Saens and the traditional wedding marches for the processional and recessional of the wedding party. Mrs. Jefferies sang, "Because of You" and "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte. As the couple exchanged vows "Clalr de Lune' by Debussy was softly heard. Mrs. Jefferies was dressed In a tult of brown wool and at her shoulder were pinned carnations of pale pink. A lunbursl of white chrysantrie- mum* was placed directly behind U>e altar where the wedding party fathered. Large satin tied floor basketa stood at either side alternating with seven branched wrought Iron cendelabra holding cathedral t»per». Huckleberry entwined the eanrlelabraji which were finished in puffs of white satin. The famll pew* aluo were marked with bows o utln. Entering the sanctuary as mat™ of honor and only feminine attend ant VM Mr*. Arthur S. Harrison •Jst«r of the bride. Her afternoon gown wa* of gray and was fashion •d of teffeU faille with a trim white. Her accessories wore of matching hue »nd she carried lavender orchid set In mallne puffs The bride entered on jthe arm o tor Hther who give her In mar Her two piece wedding dress wa e* enter white taffeta faille an: ww itiwt length. From the lef •Id* of the fitted waist line extend •1 » rxrr of the same material which aevtad Jn a wide streamer at the hetnlme. Her cloche hat of white WM »prtnkled In glistening rhlne •tone* and a small veil ended at the hairline. She wore accessories of :.white satin and set atop the whlti* Bible which «he carried was s atari' purple orchid arranged In (hatterel carnations and set In sat- tn. From the orchid {lowed knee length streamers. Carl Lay served Mr. Mosley as bestman and William Stancil and Herbert Chtlds acted as ushers. Reeeptlon Given- Th* couple Immediately received the fueats at a reception at the Rustle Inn. The tiered wedding cake was set «n > mirrored plaque and eurround- ed by pink carnations to form the weal point of interest atop the bride's table. Outwork linen over. laid the table. . The figures of a bride and groom mted atop the table and the reception room decorations were completed with floor basket* of the wedding flowers, white chrysanthe- nunv. After the couple had cut the tra- Htional first piece of cake with the Mtin tied knife, Mrs. Archibald Catching Mrs. W. E. Parks, Miss Jean Dedman and Mrs G W Dillahunty served the guests.' Mrs E B. Bell presided at the bride's book Each wore white carnations cor- Asslstlng in receiving the guests was mother of the bride. Mrs Jorm- *on, who chose a black afternoon dress. Touches of white adorned the gown and at her shoulder were pinned white carnalions. For her son's marriage, Mrs. Mos- JSi. W " d , m!ed ln » black gown, with a white trim and also was presented a design of white carnations. Mrs. Mosley changed to a suit of brown wool which she wore with accessories of brawn and the orchid from her bridal bouquet for a wedding trip to Atlanta, Ga.. Florida — Courier N'ew« photo EXCHANGE VOWS SATURDAY-Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clinton M«ley «re shown leaving the First Presbyterian Church Saturday following their 3 .p.m, marriage. Mrs. Mosley K the former Mis, Donna Sue Johnson. After Jan. 2, the couple will be at home In Blythavllle Out-of-town guesls were Mrs. Barbara ' Margaret, Mary Emily and Archibald Cntchings, Mrs. E. D. Bell Dl H ' : Mr - anrt Mrs - Jewel Mosley of Bassett; Mrs. L. E. Speck, Mrs. anti Mlss Nancy Mosely all of Cape Rosa Speck. Miss Mary Lee Oreer Olrardeau; Miss Marv Katherlne ~ °< "em- Yule Parties Continue; Eggnog Party Given Continuing the whirl of Yule events was the eggnog party Saturday night at the Johnny White home on West Walnut, when approximately jo guests called be- ween 6:30 and 8:30 p.m., to extend he season's greetings. Mr. ind Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. White were hosts and hostesses for the affair. '. maderla cloth poised over scar- et overlaid the refreshment table and forming the center design were cd roses and greenery. Illumlna- lon was provided by red taptrs which flunked the rose study. A miniature Yule Ireo marked he room in which the guests ware eceived and completing the decor- tlons was a large Christmas tree glow with small lights. Out-of-town guests calling were Ir. and Mrs. Bob Dyess of Dyess nd .Mr. and Mrs. Truman Cole of ^ascola, Mo. Vliss Mosley io Wed n January Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Mosley ! , . lave announced the engagement i g nd approaching marriage of their aughter, Miss Mary Katherlne losley of Memphis and Blytheville o Robert Earl Alqiitst. Mr. Alqulst Is the ton of Mrs Julius Alqutst and the late Mr Alqulst nf Memphis. Miss Mosley was graduated from Blytheville Hieh School anrt attended Memphis stale College. Shi was graduated from the Methodist School of Nursing and Is now on tne nursing staff ol the hospital Mr. Alqulst Is a graduate of South side High School and Is as- S f OC , l S lCl1 *v" h lhe M ™ P hl5 offices of the Dobbs Houses. n(AJ Jan ' 19 ceremony Is being plan- Employes Entertain With Surprise. Yule Party J. O. Edwards, manager of the 8. H. Kress Store here, was presented a gift by employes of the staff at the surprise Christmas party given at his home Friday night. The 42 employes gathered for an evening spent Informally durini which gifts were exchanged and th Manila Bride-Elect Ii Being Honored ... -••»«.«. finn me IAJQ5 DV iVTrs J group gut presented Mr. Edward,. s. jack Wagner MlM r^tty Lynn Wright o( Man- lit who will bwome th« Christmas day bride of Buren Flannlgan, Jr., Is being honored with several pre- nuplial parties. Miss Nclldean Poe. and Mrs, R. J. McKlnnon were hostesses at the McKlnnon home Thursday with a I p.m. luncheon. The holiday motif was repeated In lhe party decorations. The guests each brought their favorite Christmas recipe which were compiled and presented Miss Wright. The hostesses gift was a ilver compote. She wore for the vent a black crepe afternoon dresi with a jacket of white >jengellne. Mrs. H. B. Perkins, and Mrs. E 0. rieeman recently entertained ai the Perkins home with a brlda tea. Assisting the host<>.«ej5 in receiving were Mrs. D. C. Wright noiher of the honoree. the guest ol honor, Mrs. Buren plannlgan, and Urs. Roland Alexander ot Leach.•Ille. A blue and jllver motif had been chosen and carnations linted blue *ere placed about the entertaining •"ofns. Presiding at the tea table were Mrs. R. j. McKlnnon, Mrs. Gerald Costner and Mrs. B. B. Osborne Quest* from Leachville and Bly- hevUle also attended. *ea at Foster Home honors Mrs. Jacks Crisp, appliqued white organdy verlald the refreshment table at he 4:30 p.m. tea yesterday after- oon, given In honor of Mrs. Ed- •ards Jacks, who was until her re- ent marriage. Miss Butonne Jag- era. Mrs. Prances Oammlll vts hoses* at the p. D. Foster home on Vest Main Street for the event. Coffee and rake were served iroughout the event and centering he table were scarlet carnations et in Christmas baubles and rest- ng In beds of greenery. Red tapers Uttered at either side. Mrs. Jacks received the guests In n afternoon frock of blue velveteen nd at her shoulder were pinned ragrant gardenias, a gift of the osless. Mrs. Ralph Waller presided at he coffee service and Miss Hlza- eth Moss served trie cake. Mrs. John s. McDougal of Salt ake City, TJlah, houeeguest of Mr. nd Mrs. Poster was an out-of-town lest. • * • anta Claus Visits 5th irthday Celebration A visit from Santa Claus hish- Shted the activities for the 21 - -. who attended the fifth rthday celebration of Dick Rlch- rdsorj, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Ichardson, Saturday. Cartoons were shown the guesb nd Santa Claus later visited anci esented small favors. Mrs. Richardson was assisted In rvmg birthday cake and party oods by Mrs. Rene George and 200 Guests Attend Cotillion Club Dance ._.. . -.- ----- Jf St. Nlchola ..inked by red tapers burning branched silver candelabra toppe the aervlng table at the annu Yuletide dance of the Cotllllo Saturday night. The Mlrro ' n.' °L ^j 1 * 1 Noble wai tne 5cen the holiday celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, M ret-ma *' P ° rter ' Mr ' ' tnd M ' Mrs. Phillips Robinson were"' hos and hostesses to the 2rjo g UesU , wh gathered to dance to the music Graves Orchestr*. of Memphis. An»el'» hair dotted with sparklln Christmas balls surrounded the bas of the Santa Claus figure and cor "? bowls *'"« « ch K , y * nCl at On « « n( bjariroorn «tood a large gall ed ctrristnus tree. A llrge Vulc login which burned red taper th. h J? 5ma "" |OBS Complete the backdrop iot (he event. Th mirrors of the room were inscribe Merry Christmas." in-fT? 1 , 0 "'""'' 0 * 111 «*W«nU wer Included in the guest list. Monthly Game Played at Hotel h, t m » s( *T»lnt same the Blytheville Duplicate Bridg League Saturday afternoon, Mrs 'nw : '»t rU P* ," nd Mr8 ' W ' A Amiclt ok first place honors. Playing a four-table Howell move ment »t Hotel Noble Mrs o S rowell and Mrs. Frank Orlgsby won second place and tielng for third place were Mr. ind Mrs. Ha r : ry W. Halnes. Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. p. W. Coppedge. In the six weeks series of the afternoon session, Mrs. p. E. Black took irst place, Mrs. Tune, second and Mrs, Jim Roleson, third. lub's Annual. Party Planned The annual party it the Country Club for children of members of he Club will be given Thursday ight. The 7:30 p.m.'event Is under the Ircction of Mrs. Monroe Crain Jr. Mrs. 8. E. Tune, and Mrs. R. A! 'orter, who compose the decoration ommlttee, and Mrs. Max 'Logan nd Mrs. Don Smith, who make P the refreshment committee. Informal Barnes and varied en- ertalnment are being planned. ^ayRobbinsWil! Play for Dance Ray Bobbins and his orchestra will provide the music for the holiday dance of the Country Club Dec. 29. it was announced today. The event will be another in the series of dance! for which name bands have played for the club and their out-of-town jruests. The Practical Gift For Your Children! I Q«ffty that* *urj)n'«i)j I Tor the night before Xraas (and every night thereafter) DANIEL GREEN Comfy Slippers Sa1ins 5.50 & 6.00 Leather Slides 5.50 Corduroy Slides 3.00 Fell (Something New) 4.95 Shop Onr Windows For New Advanced Styles „ . . . Brlns yowr youn 9 jter» mtodoy... /.I « ,how you, our new Je fecfio» of «cnW and efrest fthoes. AH Jrrei... for boys and girls Superb quality... smart styling... and Weotheriring makes Weather-Birdi your best buy! 1. Sturdyoulsolei ore ip«ia|rytreot- ed to repel water, ret?* weor. 2. To reiisl Drain, io1« art Goodyear Slilched. 3. To fight heat, cold ond moisture and help ihoe hold in ihop*. oH leather insoles are used. 4. Mode of specially selected pfkj- ble upper leather fof good tooki and comfort. 5. for proper fil and longer wear, highest quality materials ore used throughout. MONDAY, DECEMBER 17; 1951 Bits of News Mist Mary Jo Hall has arrive from her home In Washington, D O.. to spend the holidays with he parent*, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hal Mrs. jjm Crafton left Friday fo Texarkana to be with her mothe Mrs Keren Gill, who Is reporte cr tlcally in i n Room 308 of st Michael's Hospital In Texarkana Mrs. Crafton was joined there b' her sister, Mr«. Paul RUBE«H o Lenlsvllle, Arlt. J-reddle Smith has arrived from the University of Arkansas, Fav e teville to be the holiday guest o his mother, Mrs. Ann Smith, Mrs. M. c. Outlaw has been called -> Lexington, Tenn,, due (o the death of her sister, Mrs. J. D, White Mr. and Mrs. Neville Blakemore spent yesterday In Sikeston. Mo., ns guests ot Mrs. James A. Frazler and son. Butch. Miss Jane Dodds of Memphis was lhe weekend guest of her sister Miss petty Dodds. Mrs. Prank T. Byni has returned rom Jackson, Tenn.. where she had been spending several weeks as »uest of her daughter, Mrs. Denon M. Neal, Mr. Neal and family She was accompanied home by her granddaughter, LaNell Neal, who will remain for several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Rlggs have as heir holiday guests, their son. J. B. Riggl, who !« a student at Hen- drlx College. Conway. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richards and hlldren, Mark, Jr., Russ and Srooks, have arrived from their lome In Bristol, Tenn., to' be the Christmas holiday guest* of Mrs Richards' parente, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. Odell Sanders has arrived rom her home In Portland to spend he holidays with her mother, Mrs. W. O. Dsrey. Mr. Sanders will Join er this weekend for the Christmas elebratlori; Mr. and Mrt. P. D. Foster have s their housejuest, Mrs. John S IcDougal of Salt Lake City, Utah. Mrs. Pearl Hires Is in Union City, 'enn.. as guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. w. Dunn and family. Hostesses Are Earned for Party Mrs. Henry. Humphreys has been amed chairman of the hostess com ilttee for the monthly Ladles Day • the Country Club, tomorrow. The I p.m. luncheon-bridge also HI be a celebration of the holiday ason. Composing the hostess com- Jttee are Mrs. w. A. Afflick", Mrs - O. Little, Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs dgar Stacy, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs E. Tune, Mrs. L. G. Nash. Mrs T. .Rainwater and Mrs, Robert . Porter. .. >. At The 'Hosoit'ais. Blytherille Hospital Hsmlssed: Mrs. Earl Redden, Cooler Beatrice Hall. Wilson Mrs. Foy Etchieson, City Albert Hubener, City - Coming Events Social Calendar : Tuesday Phebean Class o( First Baptl Church has Chrlctmas party 7:30 p.m. at tb,e Clear Lake Roaj home of Mrs. Harry Bosan Country Club Duplicate Brld League meeting at 1:15. Mrs. Rlley B. Jones enlertainii with dinner party at North .High way 61 home for member* of Tue day Bridge Club and husbands. Ladies Day at Country Club wl' YuJe party nnd 1 p.m. luncheon. i Wednesday Mrs. Herman Besharse entertain ing High Two Club. Mrs Herman Turner has dinn party at 7 p.m. complimenting TL club. Thursday Mary Martha Class of First Bap ist Church has 7 p.m. party a the home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman Mrs. ivy Crawford co-hostess. Annual party for children o member* of Country club begin nmg at 7130 p. m . v Dupjlc^lg Brlcl^ft L-63BUfi nl&Y Hole! Noble at 7°30 p.m. Friday Capter "N" of PEG has 1 p.m luncheon meeting at the Rile Jones home. Mrs. E . J, cure. Mr Hirry /. Halnes and Mr.. Jone hastes ses. Sunday Miss Mildred Chambers become .ne bride of Edwin p. Stubblefiel >" Chris'" 1 ' ceremony lk lhe churc Miss Doris -stone and Rober Fencon Dean exchange nuptial von Miss Karolyn Rose Spels* an. Clement H. Whistle, Jr., marrla* 'l r .!°I me . d '" Flrst P«sbyterlsj Miss Charline Wicker and Tom Brown, Jr., wed in Pull Gospel Tab ernacle ceremony. Miss Margaret Ann Hickey an Harold Stockton exchange vows In 3:30 p.m. ceremony In Newport. Joint Party Will_BeGiven The American Legion and Legion Auxiliary tomorrow night will joints' celebrate, the holidays with an P-rn. party at the Legion Hut The members of the Auxiliary wll xchange gifts and also will bring ifts to be sent to Lamar 88 Hos "tal In Memphis. The Legion members will bring presents to be ent to the hospital. Informal entertainment Is being ilanned and refreshments will he ^rved. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE" Pure Whole Ho» 8aasa« Seasoned Just Right! A BLYTHEVILLE PRODUCT* Infants Sizes ,3 to 5 .{.so Sizes 5!/5 (o 8 4.95 Sizes 8 '/i to 12 ., 5.45 Sizes 12!/ 2 to 3 5.35 LMtl «r lo Stand th. Weather i ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE . f Main PICTURESQUE PICTURESQUE PICTURESQUE PICTURESQUE STOCKINGS Wilh the Give her the slimmest ankles and' loveliest legs of her life! Give her these Picturesrjue stockings with ingeniously designed Picture Frame heels that create an optical illusion ... vhich by actual test makes the ankles look slimmer! Siiff 814 10 11 in lhe lovely no- shadfs of the Holiday Season id! color heel... 1,75 pr. nary, klack or irosrn . team ...1.93 pr. FEINBERG'S Marriage Licenses The follosvlng couple Saturday obtained a marriage license at the ",, 1 OI the eounty clerk, Mr* Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Russell Mosley and Miss Donna Johnson, both of Blytheville. .._ to KLCN .1 ln : l« ..„. »od 4.-M f .a. (fill, for our pro . frarn announcement*. Boa Office Phone 27M Office Phone «Ms B« Office Opens at l:il Shew Start* 2:M p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday GIVE THEATER BCiOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Last Times Today Also Paramount News, \W Cartoon & Sport Reel Tuesday & Wednesday TAWS* Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Today Double Feature •Hi mHUSBICKFORD-EVELYN ANKERS rmHRALBEHTSON-KEYELUKt —I'lus .Also Fox Nenvs Tuesday & Wednesday * I S«l«ct*d Shorls

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