The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1951 · Page 4
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FOOT- StlTHE'TILLE (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, DECEMB15R », JIM Sfarttoo. Society Editor Miss Reagan It Wed To Walter E. Danley Ml&s Dotttft Jem Reagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Heagan of Qojnell became the bride of Walter Elzie Danley of Caruthersville In a 7:30 p.m. ceremony Friday at the First Assembly ol God Church. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Danley of Caruthers- villc. The Rev. J. C. Dickinson officiated before the altar which held floor baskets of white snapdragons set in greenery. A large white cross adorned In tinsel served as a background for the wrought Iron candelabra holding white tapers. Miss Nancy Bratcher, pianist and Miss Sue McGee, vocalist presented the program ol nuptial music, Miss Bratcher played the traditional marches and Miss McGee sang, "Because" and "I Love You Truly." A gown of yellow wool jersey worn with accessories of brown was chosen by Miss Bratcher. She wore a corsage ol yellow rosebuds. A beige crepe was chosen by Miss McGee, who wore accessories of brown and whit* and a corsage of white carnations. I The cathedral tapers were lighted by Miss Jeanette Huey and Miss Delort* Huey. They wore ballerina length gowns of cream brown taffeta and wristlets of pink carnations,- Preceding the bride and her fath- •r to the altar was Miss Mona Ooodrlch, who attended as maid of honor. She wa* dreised In a cameo pink taffeU fashioned with a fitted bodice ending tn a sweetheart neckline and brief sleeves. The gathered skirt extended Into a ballerina kngth and she carried blue Iris. XKorted to the altar by her father, who gave her In marriage was toe bride, who was dressed In a ballerina length gown of Ice blue latin. The low scalloped neckline and fitted bodice were featured In the gown, which had a full sldrt of •attoi overlaid with wispy lace. The long fitted sleeve* ended in petal point* over the hand and her shoulder length Tell of Illusion wa) attached to a half hat of satin. She carried a white Bible which wai mounted with an orchid set In ••mown of white satin. J. B. Reagan Mrred M best man acd Charles E. Johnson and Jimmy Ray anted as tuhen. MM. J. O. Dickinson was hostess knnwdtately following for a reception. The bride', table vaa overlaid with MI Imported cloth of lace and wa* (watered .with the tiered wed- dfc* cake, Mrs. 3. I. Reagan and ion Benetta Brown served the %ue**a, S Ttie bride later changed to a suit ol neyy blue for' traveling. The •circle wfC be at home In/Caruth- ersrflte. Out-of-town gunto were the Rev. acd Mra. Maiden Ray, Mr. «nd Mri, Charlee E. Jonson, Mrs. Mildred Cobb, Mrs. Wanda Johnson, Mr. tod Mr*. Nelson Danley and M4es Kifc Danley ol Caruthersville. December Bride-Elect Feted at ^Williams Home Glfte were arranged under an opened umbrella of misty pink net mnd later presented to Miss Marilyn Deen, bride-elect of Benjamin M. Uncoln of Little Rock, Monday night at the dessert bridge-canasta shower given In her honor by Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., and Mrs. W. B. Johnston. The four tables of guests were entertained at the Williams home on West Walnut. The tilted umbrella, which wa arranged on a large base of styro- foam was balanced at one end by fragrant gardenias floating In a low bowl. Ribbons ol pink and white •atln marked each srx*e. In the bridge game. Miss Virginia Swearengen won high scon and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., sec. end high. Mrs. Maurice Sander tool; high score Jn the canast; game. A gow-n ol blue crepe was chosen by Miss Deen. who was presented pink sweetheart roses In a shoulder design from her hostesses. Mother of the honoree Mrs George p. Smith, was a speclai guest. • < ADDTFTI rw fl 1 * l r;:*™ 1 . 1IN CHURCH CEREMONY \* r „„ j Tir__ ~r il ana airs. Walter Elzie Danley were mar ried Friday in a 7:3 ° P- m ceremony. "phe bride la ^. fnrmor l " e nit- Miss UottlS Jean Reagan o f Goanell „- „„,„,„ '.„ ll16 couple will be at home in Caruthei'sville. Bits of News l —Plioto by Caught Ladies Day Is Observed At the Country Club Hed candles centered each of Ihe small tables set up tn the ballrcom of the Country Club yesterday for the monthly Ladies Day luncheon and bridge-canasta. A holiday celebration was combined with the 1 p.m. affair. Graduated tapers of red set In magnolia leaves flecked with white and reflecting In a large mirror centered the rustic mantel. The small tapers burning atop each table were set in holly wreaths and Christmas balls and were presented the high score winner at the table. Door prizes went to Mrs. Farrls McCalla and Mrs. Qcorge Hubbard, Jr. Mrs. Henry Humphreys headed the hostess committee. Composing the committee were Mrs. W. A, Af- nick, Mrs. A. O. Uttle, Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. Edgar Stacy, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mr*. S. E. Tune and Mrs. L. O. Nash, Mrs. Robert A. Porter and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. • • • BSP Chapter Has Yule Party at Rustic Inn Twenty-four members ol the Alpha Alpha Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi attended the ; dessert bridge- canasta at the Rustic Inn last night given Jn celebratioij of the holiday season. The season was suggested In the decorations of the enlertnlning room and Miss Betty Block and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney were Besses for the event. In the bridge game, Mrs, Jack Webb won high score, Mrs. Richard T. Mills second high and Mrs. Harold Nunn, brldgo. Mrs. Roland Bishop took canasta high with Miss Billie Sue Burks winning second high. Phebean Class, Guest Have Yuletide Party Twenty members and one guest. Mrs. Paul Bine, last night met at the Harry Bogan home for the annual Christmas party ol the Phebean Class of the First Baptlsl Church. Hostesses for the holiday eveni were Mrs. L. H. Hay, Mrs. W. O Reeves and Mrs. J. C. Roach. A covered dish supper wns servea in the dining room, which was rl</c- orated with a Yule tree and marking each guest's place was a miniature corsage of liolly and namllna berries caught in silver ribbons. The invocation wns given by Mr, W. J. Rogers, class teacher and following dinner Mrs. M. L. Stewart class teacher presided nnd groii] gifts were exchanged. The entertaining rooms in which the gnesUs were seated were decorated In kceplni with the holiday motif. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship gave the devotional and the prayer adjourn Ing the meeting. Game were late played under the direction of Mrs Riley Adams. Mrs. Applebaum Hostess For Club Yule Party Sant.f-Cl.im riding In a sleigh of gifts pulled by eight reindeer formed the center design for the din- Ing table of the Phillip Apnlebanm lome last night for Ihe combined nonUily supper meeting of the C. md N. Birthday Club and Yule cele- iratlon. Greenery and sparkling Christmas laubles and a lighted Yule tree oimed the party setting. Following -he turkey dinner, gifts were ex- hanged from under Ui? tree and a group gift presented Mrs. Bill Cable, birthday honoree. The remainder of the evening was ipcnt Informally In the entertaining •com which held poinscttlas. Guests for the evening's activities were Mrs. Eddie Zimmerman of Os- colti, Mrs. C. F. Michael of Morehouse. Mo., Mrs. Molly Mnnual. Mrs. Haskln Mitchell nnd Mrs. Clyde ,utcs. Birthday Is Marked At School Class Party A Joint celebration was observed ly a second grade class at Central School yesterday, when Vickie ;lark marked her seventh birthday j at the class' annual Christmas par-' y. Mrs. oean Atkinson, Mrs. A. B. Jnggers and Mrs. Louis Smother- iion assisted In serving the birth- lay clip cakes nnd ice cream. Favors were presented the guests. Miss Ernestine- French is class cacher. • • • Mrs. H-;H. Burnett Class Hostess Mrs. H. H. Burnett last night was hostess nt her home for a Christmas party entertaining members of the Advil Womens Class of the Baptist Chapel. Games were plnyed during the evening after which the hostess served a dessert course with coffee. Gifts were exchanged from under the Yule tree and scripture rending was given by Mrs. Louise Walpole. MaJ. .and Mrs. W. N. Norton and three children have arrived from their Macon, Ga,, home lo bo the holiday guests of Mrs. Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens. Upon their return Major Norton will be assigned to Maxwell Field, Ala. Bobby Kirshner will arrive tonight from Central Michigan Col- ICKC. Mount Pleasant. Mich., to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Kirshner Joe Walls will arrive tomorrow from Columbia Military Academy Columbia, Tcnn., (o he the Christmas guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls. Miss Betty Hnrbcr will arrive to day from DIG University of Arkansas, Faycttcville to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Harber. Edwlo Halste.id, storekeeper, sec ontl class, aboard the USS Black nt Norfolk, Va.. is spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Halsteacl. Mrs. John Foster is a patient at Walls Hospital where she was ad- mitled yesterday after having been strlcko/i seriously 111. Mr. am! Mrs. J. B. Harvey announce the birth of their first child a son. Dec. 13 at Walls Hospital. He has been named John Melton. Mrs Ifnrvey Is the former Miss Mary Glasscock. Cpl. Bill Walker, who is stationed ot Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyo., Is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr, and Mrs W. H. Walker. Condition of Mrs. F. A. Johnson mother of Mrs. Lynn W. Brown. Blytheville. who Is a patient at St Bernards Hospital, Jonesboro. Is reported" as remaining serious. Dr. Prank G. Smith of Omaha Neb., arrived yesterday morning from his home to be the suest 01 his daughter, Mrs. R. F. Klrshncr and Mr. Kirshner. Floyd A. White was taken to Kennedy Veterans Hospital, Memphis, yesterday with what was believed to be a-recurrence of a heart ailment. He was accompanied there by Mrs. White. Edwin Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace, and Charles Booker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Uptoi Booker, have arrived from the University of Arkansas, to bo with their parents during the holidays. Pvt. Charles Kenneth Coleman, who is stationed at Lowry Air Force Base, Colo., is the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Colemnn. He will return to the baso Dec. 28. J. Mel 'Brooks returned last night from Memphis Baptist Hospital where he was reported seriously 111 for 10 days. Mrs. Brooks had been with him. Mr. nnd Airs. Buddy Jofi I,iyton were in Mammoth Springs last nipht o attend an Ark-Mo Power Company banquet at. Hotel Gulp. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vcrnon Lafarlelte announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Dec. M at Walls Hospital. She has been named Te- Service Program Given in Home A Royal Service program w»s presented for the Women'j Missionary Society of the Baptist Chapel Monday when the group met at th« horn* of Mri. Hermin Ad air. Repeitlng of the witchword followed by a prayer by Mrs. Adalr opened the session, which was conducted by Mrs. R. w. Woolen . Mrs. Louts Garner was the only Buest with the eight members attending and participating on the program were Mrs. Adair, Mrs. C. W. Webb. Mrs. Frank Austin and Mrs. John Nelson. Mrs. Peggy Buchanan directed the program and a prayer lor peace by Mrs. WooUm was followed by the devotional by Mrs. E. C. Thompson. Sentence prayers led by Mrs. Nelson and closed by Mrs. Buchanan preceded the social hour tn which refreshments were served. DellWSCSHas Party at Church Mrs. F. J. Mooney. and Mrs. Helen Sanders were hostesses Monday night to the 45 members and one guest of the Dell Methodist Womens Society of Christian Service, who met Ht tile church. Mrs. F. C. Cope of Kennett, houseguest of her daughter. Mra. Charles Kennett nnd family was the only guest for the activities, which opened with (he reading of the Christmas story by Mrs. R. B. Crawford followed by singing of carols. The recreation hour was directed by Mrs. Jack Lewis, Mrs. Lamarr Wllborn and Mrs. Crawford and prizes went to ifrs. Noble Dickson, and Mrs. D. L. Sheppard. Colorful poinscttlas marked the entertaining room and a lighted Yule, tree was placed in one corner Atop the piano set a miniature Santa Clans riding a gift laden sleigh across a snow field. The guests exchanged gifts n-hicfc revealed the identity of secret friends of the year and a gift was given WSCS president, Mrs. Mavis Settlemire. 1 Miniature Christmas corsages adorned the dessert plates served the guests. In China, roses arc used as mucV for focd as for decoration. Dr. Richard Jordan Ontlins. of Chicago, Invented the Gatllng'gun. Christmas Gifts.... that will be appreciated! The Perfect Felt House Slipper Green— Natural— AA& B 4.95 resa Lynn. Mrs. LaParlette is the former Miss Bonnie Alexander. Ffc v Larry Daniels, who is stationed at Barksdale Field, Shrcveport La., Is the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Brad "Daniels Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and ,Vcndy will arrive tonight from their New Orleans. La., home to be with Dr. Chamblln's parents Mr and Mrs. w. D. Chamblin. Max Walker arrived this morning from Chamberlin-Hunt Academy Port Gibson, Miss., to spend tha holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Walker. Mr. Walker motored to Mississippi to accompany liis son home. Mrs. Clco Don Allen and son, Donnie. of Blloxi. MSss.. are the holiday guests ot Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. T. w. Ooforth ancl family. S/Sgt. Allen is spending the holidays In Michigan with his parents. Miss Billie Jane Rogers arrived today from Ole Miss., Oxford, lo be with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J- Rogcrs. I CAN'T AGREE THAT GLOWWORMS WERE MADE ESPECIAUX FOR THE BIROS THAT GO HUW6PY AT MIGHT Women Hear Church Program "MinUUHU Relief was the pro- rram directed by Mrs. Joe E. Ben- tej Monday afternoon at the general meeting of the women o! the First Presbyterian church. Prayer by the president, Mrs. O. W. Dlllahunty, opened the session which was held at the church. In the social hour following adjournment, the hostesses Mrs. B. U Bubanks, Mrs. p. B. Joyner and Mrs. Ed Rice, served party foods from the refreshment table which was overlaid in lace over scarlet and centered with white chrysanthemums. Department Has Program Change The First Lutheran ehurch Sunday School Department Christmas program, originally planned for Monday night at the church will be presented Sunday night at 1:30. The 11:30 service Christnws Eve will be presented at the church as formerly announced. Afflick, Haines Lead League' Mrs. W. A. Afllick and Harry W. Haines took first place honors in the weekly game of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League last night. Taking second place were Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage licenses at the office of the county clerk, Airs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Edwin P. Stubblefield and Miss Mildred A. chambers, both of Blytheville. W. H. Lucas of Blytheville and Miss Pearly June McDonald ol Armorel. Nathan M. Lumley and Mrs. Bular Roberts, both of Cooter. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs Herman Turner has dinner party tt 1 p.m. complimenting TLE Club. Music pupils of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe entertaining with annual musical tea at the Lowe home Irom 2:15 to 8 p.m. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has 7 p.m. parly at the home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Mrs. Ivy Crawford co-hostess. Annual • party for children of members of Country club beginning at 1:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p m. Friday Fidelias Class of First Baptist Church has 1 p.m. party at the home of Mrs. Thomas Bogun. Annual Shrine Club supper party at the air base for crippled children. Annual Christmas party of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority at North Star Supper Club preceded by 8 p.m. meeting at the home ol Mrs. Joe Warren. Capter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m luncheon meeting at the Rlley Jones home. Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs Harry ,. Haines. and Mrs. Jones, hostesses. Sunday Miss Mildred Chambers becomes the bride of Edwin p. Stubblefield in a 4 p.m. ceremony at the Church of Christ. Miss Doris Stone and Robert Fehton Dean exchange nuptial vows at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Miss Karolyn Rose Spelse and Clement H. Whistle. Jr., marriage performed in First Presbyterian Church In osceola. Miss Charline Wicker and Tom Brown. Jr.. wed in Full Gospel Tab- ernnclo ceremony. Miss Margaret Ann Hickey and Elarold Stockton exchange vows in 3:30 p.m. ceremony in Newport. Memory Is Long As Arm of the Law WARWICK. R. I. Ifi—The long arm of the law happened to be exactly as long as Police Captain Sam Henderson's memory. When he read that a man had been charged In nearby Providence with driving off with two tons of the city's coal, Henderson's memory guided his hand to a dnsty warrant which had laid In his desk for 10 years. Result: the culprit paid an old S5 drunkenness fine, plus 54.80 costs,, plus $2.60 for extra paper work; by.''the jailer," : who collected the old fine in Kent County jail. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. 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