The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1951 · Page 5
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BfiiK 21, jl! fXOTC.V W15WS (9 . J. czocietu J:-n« Shelton, Society Editor w pboM 4461 Annual Musical Tea Attended by 150 Guests Orettlruj cards adorned the entrance to the J. Cecil Lowe home yesterday for the musical tea given for students of Mrs. Lowe. Approximately ISO guests attended the .4'annual affair. "* A manger scene was arranged in th« receiving room and the guests wer« directed to the dining 'room where party foods and punch were •erved from a long table overlaid in a cutwork cloth and centered with graduated candles set In greenery and sprinkled In small bauble*. In the half arch of the entertaining rooms were arranged magnolia leaves set, In Christmas balls and providing the Illumination for both rooms were lighted tapers. Completing the scene were otlier holiday decorations and an open Bible set before a single white taper. Student* appearing were Gean Atkinson, Dave Holder, Michael Coleman, Terry Rainwater, Homer Gene Conneil, Ora Lynn Wyatt, Vicky Mitchell, Julie Mitchell, Sandra Moore, Kay shearin, Ethel Jean Wyatt, Sharon Razcr, Jerry Lowe, Gay Crosslin, Sylvia Ladd, Sally Jo King, Sandra Yates. Linda Joy Lindsey, Mary Elizal>cth Abbott, Judy Reagan, Steve Mc- Gulre, Linda Bean, Mary Jane Seymore, Molly Jo Beasley, Sandra Foster, Lydia Jo sudbury, Sally McCutchen, Mary Beth Marr, Harry ^ Taylor, Nelia Woods, Mabel Crook, "Elizabeth Brister, Don Coleman; Betty Crocker, JeaneUe Cobb, Kay Mitchell, Jane Bartholomew, Phillip Nation, James Johnson, Patty Scott, Mary Alice McWaters, La- Neal Sudbury, Peggy Taylor, Ronnie Wagster, Sherry Sparks, Dalma Held, Jlmmie Lee Moore, Doris Bean, Millie Ann Mallory, Amy Clalr Crook, Rhonda Eaten, Jo and Huffman Groups Honored With Party at School The Huffman school was the/ scene last night for the Yule party honoring members of the Young People's Class and the Young Women's Association o[ the Huffman Baptist Church. Mrs. Milton Dallas, Mrs. Billy Ray. Mrs. George Perry and Mrs. R, L, Adkissbn were hostesses. ' A small snow-sprinkled, lighted white church was arranged In the entertaining rooms and. completing the setting for the 25 guests was a lighted Yule tree. Games were played and Christmas carols sung after which several clarinet selections were presented by Ann Perry of Blytheviile. A group gift was presented the church minister, the Rev. Byron Epps, and the hostesses served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. Out-of-town guests were Miss Josephine Hicks, who Is attending Union University, Jackson, Tenn. and Miss Mary Sue Morris and Miss Betty Jo Morris of Washington, D C. * • * Dinner-Dancing at Hotel Entertains Club, Guests Dinner and dancing in the Mir ror Room of Hotel Noble last nigh honored the approximately 10 members and guests of the Thurs day Supper Club, who attended th monthly party which was combine with the annual Yule celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beckc Mr. and Mrs. Snclburne Brcwe and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vane were hosts and hostesses. Dinner was served from a sing! long table which wns centered wit a bowl from which brimmed re and white gladioli. Candy canes an other holiday trinkets complete the setting. Supper-Party at Wicker Alice McGuire, Fred Abbott Loretta Earls of Steele. At the conclusion of each hour, Mrs. Lowe presented the students Home Honors lov LlaSS with bust« of their favorite musi- * J elans. Bits of News rtl 195Ts Outstanding Women Named; Marguerite Higgins Tops.the List A figure of St. Nicholas formed the centerpiece for the dining table at. the P. L. Wicker home last night for the Christmas supper- party honoring the Joy Class of the Baptist Chapel Mission for which Mrs. Wicker, class teacher was hostess. The Invocation was given by Mrs. Eleanor Sw afford and following the 11 members and 13 exchanged gifts. Party Mn. M. T. Moon presided at the refreshment table and was assisted by LaNeal Sudbury, Sherry Sparks, Millie Ann Mallory. Jimmie Lee Moore, Mary Alice McWaters, Peggy Taylor. Patty Scott, Janice Johnson, Amy Clair Crook, Mabel Crook and Doris Bean. * * • Christmas Party Given At Jake Huffman Home Mrs. Jake Huffman last night ^ was' ho&te&B i at her home when she •T entertained the officers and teachers of the Primary Department ol the First Baptist Church. A Christmas tree, aglow with tmall light*, and harmonizing holi- . day scenes, formed the party setting. Th« hostess served a dessert course and during the Informal entertainment gift* were exchanged.- The supper'party, for the Shrin- Mrs. Crawford Noble has returnee ram Miami Beach, Pla., where she ttended a convention of the nation- 1 Hotel Association. Arriving in BIylheville for the Muistmas holidays is Juliette Rosie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. s. Rossie. Miss Rossle Is a freshman it Webster College, Webster Groves, " "o. Mrs. Jack Moore of Dyersburg is tie holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. oe Scruggs and other relatives, Irs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. Josephine Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Howard tohnson. Judge and Mrs. Roland S. Green will have as their Christmas day juests Mr. and Mrs. Abner Maxwell if Vadalia, La., Mr. and Mrs. Carl a. Maxwell or Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg and daughter, Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg of Osceola. Sgt. Glen Hill who is stationed at Forbes Air Force Base, Topcka, Kan., will arrive tomorrow to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hill. Mrs. T. E. Drugmand and daughter, Karen, have arrived from their Peoria. III., home to be with Mrs. Drugmand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone. They came especially for the Sunday marriage of Miss Dorris Stone to Robert F. Dean, ,in which they will be members of the bridal party. Mrs. Earl Walker Jr., and son, Randy, have arrived from Houston, Tex., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mrs. Walker and son will leave next week for Morfolk Va., to join Mr. Walker, who Is serving there with the Navy. Mr. Walker will come to Blytheviile and accompany them to Virginia. Arriving today from Forbes Air Force Base, Kansas, is Pic. Gilberl E. Bisher, who will b«" the guest OL n's mother, Mrs. Freda Bisher, ant grandmother, Mrs. Mary Baty. Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes have as their holiday guest, their daugh Bj DOROTHY ROE Aiwclated Preu Women'! Editor American newspaperwomen have chosen one of their own as>"Woman of the Year" for 1951. She is Marguerite Higgins, plucky and pretty young foreign correspondent lor the New York Herald Tribune, whose coverage of the Korean war brought her both national headlines and a Pulitzer prize. More recently the pert, blonde Maggie has traveled around the world writing a series, "Around Russia'*. Curtain," authored book, 'War in Korea" and covered the United States on a lecture tour. The only newspaperwoman on the Korean battlefront, Maggie won international attention when ordered to the rear for safety, she stood her ground with the announcement, "I'm here as a report' er, not as a woman." It U Interesting to note that In the poll of Women's Editors o Associated Press newspapers, runner-up for the title of outstanding dinner guests games were played and were directed by Mrs. Harold Dozier and Mrs, Charles Adams. Shrine Club Party Tonight The Shrine Club's annual party for Crippled Children, will be given! tonight at the Shrine Club at the | airbise, w. L. Walker, secretary, announced today. and Walter Swink of Memphis. S-Sgt. W. P. Halcom of Brookley Air Force Base, Ala:, arrived today o be the holiday visitor ol Mrs. lalcom and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry White an, ihlldren of Memphis will arrive to morrow to be the holiday guests o Mrs, White's father, Walter Web ster. Houseguests of the R. L. Dedma amily include Mr. and Mrs. I. O Westbrook and children, Pat an O'Neal, of San Angelo, Tex.. W. H Westbrook of Los Angeles, Calif Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Wcstbroo and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wcstbrook Jr., and son of Birmingham, M and Mrs. Don Fletcher of Joine and O'Neal Dcdman, who is at tending Arkansas Tech, Russel ville. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher wi entertain with open house Sunda Mrs. Cleo Langston of De Kal Miss., is the holiday .guest of he children. Mrs. G. O. Poetz. and fain ily, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., an family and Charles Langston and familj'. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harrison have as their holiday guest their daughter, Miss Sarah Harrison, who is a student at Arkansas Tech, Russell- vllle. ter, Miss Marion Mayes, who Is at tending Blue Mountain College, Blu Mountain, Miss. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs Walker Swink will be their daugh ter, Mrs. L. C. Brantley, Jr., Mr Brantley and L. C. Brantley, III, o Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard M. Swink of Plantersville, Miss onian of th« year was Princess lizabeth, whose recent American iur made mile* of headlines. Mis* Hlggin* wa* born in Hong ong of an American army officer ,ther and a French mother, went o schools 'In R-ance and England nd wound up with honors at the 'Diversity of California and Co- mibia Universlty'i School of Jour- alLsm. She Joined th« Herald Tribune In 942, and became a foreign corre- pondent In 19*4, worked In the jOndon and Paris bureaus, moved n to Austria with the 7th Army urlng the closing days o! World Var II and soon afterward v ade head of the Berlin Bureau. When the Korean war broke out he had made a becline from the Tokyo bureau to the battlefront where for 23 weeks she reported al spects of the fighting, undergoing dangers and hardships of the front Other new names show up among he ten women voted outstanding n their respective fields for 1051, rom the standpoint of news value. Others Named Tops in the field of sports is Maureen Connolly, 16-year-old winner of the national women's len- lis championship a teen-ager who ins provided the nation's sports writers with a fresh and Inspiring new personality to brighten up their pages. In literature, the vote goes to Rachel Carson, author of the best- selling "The Sea Around Us." Judy Garland tops the list in the theater, for her sensational success in bringing vaudeville back to Broadway. ! In the field of science, the editors have chosen Dr. Florence Sabln, one of the three women doctors who were winners of the American Public Health Association's 1951 Lasker Awards. Now director of health for Denver, Dr. Sabln previously was the first woman on the faculty of Johns Hopkins Medical School, first woman scientist, on the staff of the Rockefeller institute, first woman admitted to the National Academy of Scientists and first woman member of the American Association of Anatomists. Others named as outstanding in their fields are: Publlo affairs: Anna Rosenberg, Assistant Secretary of Defense, low spearheading a drive for cn- istment of 12,000 women In the armed services. Radio: Talullah Bankhead, star of NBC's ambitious "Big Show." Music: Dorothy Kirstcti. opera en a command performance In London on the occasion of the wedding anniversary of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Movies: Juu'y Hotliday, Academy Award winner for her performance in "Born Yesterday." Education: Margaret. C'lapp, pres- and concert star, who has just giv- idcnt ot Welleslcy College. Helicopters have come Into UM In forestry to spot forest fires. About 400 types of cheese ar* produced In the United States. Hurry! Christmas Tire Sale! FAMOUS U.S. ROYALS ers, their families and the guests * will be followed by the distribution y ol toys. » Officers of the olub recently nam- ' S ed were Alvln Hardy, president; L. V E. 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