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December 22, 1951

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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BAT, DECEMBER 22, 1951 Jmn* Sh«lton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Dinner at Rustic Inn To Honor Bridal Party Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hall stub blefield of Viola, Tenn., tonight wl entertain with a 7 p. m. dinne party at th« Rustic Inn In compl ment to t!)« 26 bridal party men: bew and out-of-town guests of tl~ Chambers-StubblefleUl wed din party. Miss Mildred Chambers and Ed gUwIn Sttibbteflelci will be married to ^Tnorrow at 4 p. m. A tree of multi-hued Christina ball! will form the centerpiece an each guest's place at the "T" ai ranged tables will be marked wit the guest's name written on single sparkling ball. Miss Cham bers 1 chair will be designated wit a design of fragrant gardenia which will be pinned at Ihe shoul der of her trousseau frock of re silk faille. The gown will fealur a trim of electric blue and will b worn with matching accessories A rehearsal at -the Church Christ will follow immediately. * • • Silver Bells Top Tables At Dessert Canasta Clusters of silver bells marked th small tables set up In the enter tainlng room of the Henry Humph reys home last night for the desser canasta feting bride-elect Miss Dori Stone. Miss AnneJla Humphreys, a Ktu dent at Brenau, Gainesville, Go who Is the holiday guest of her par enls, was hostess to the three table of guests. Miss Stone will be mar jaxied tomorrow to Robert F. Dean ^Kj. S. Air Force. A colorful poinsettia was arrange* In the room and completing th holiday setting was a lighted Christ maa tree. In the canasta game Miss Ruth Hale won high score and Miss Bett Nell Tomlinson, second high A gray printed silk: gown wa choten by Miss Stone. Sha wor accessories of brown and wns pre »ente<l white carnations, a gift o the hostess. • * 9 Mw$ Swearengen Hostess At Newport Hotel MiM Virginia Swearcngen this morning entertained with a brlda breikfaat In the Hazel Hotel In Newport feting Miss Margaret Ann Hlck«jr. who will be married tomorrow to Harold Stockton of Blytheville. Feminine membnis of Miss Rickey's ' family and the bridal party made up the guest list for the la a.m. event. Colorful poiwettlai form*! the tab]»'» central design and candy ^avori fashioned u miniature poln- Attiui were presented the guests. Miss Hickey was presented a cor- •afH fcom her hostesa. * • 4 Mw. Hughes Ehtertainj U Nueye at Club Mm. Lynn Hughes was hostess Thursday at the Country Club for • luncheon honoring member* of t* Nueva. A large Hghied *ule > candle formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table and graduated candle* were set atop the.mantel. Coiji- pleting the party setting was • a thorn tree holding sparkling Christmas balls. In ih« brldg* game following luncheon, Mrs. Clarence Webb took high .score and Airs. Melvin Hal- Eell, second high. 200 Guests Atten^ Formal Dance at Hotel Noble '<jj A formal dance attended by 200 members of the high school set last night continued the whirl ol Bly- thefille's holiday social season. Hosts and hostesses In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble were Jnanlt?. Ferguson, Betty Lou Oarretl lor- na Honter, Linda Taylor, Earl Cop- pedje. Oscar Harrtaway, Jr., BobbJ Lee Hill and Brill Owens. The evening was spent In dancing snd party focds and Iced drinfcs were server! from a refreshment table topped with the figure of Santa Clans. Holly and greenery also attorned the long table and at either side of • the holiday centerpiece burned red tapers In holders of crystal. Guests from Osceola, Manila and Wilson also attended. At The Hqsnitals Blylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Airs. 1'earl Harrington. Steele. Mrs. OlQii Patight, snr) baby, city Mrs. Burton Settoon, City OHie Todd. City ' Mrs. Vtrgli Williams, city ^Nfts. J. C. Reid. Cltv. ' 'l»Mrs. Elmo Mickey, 'sieeie •~>atn Ooi/J; i/J; Come to the RAZORBACK For Delicious Barbecue RIBS Served Every Day Sew A Blouse, From A Yar wyi By Sue Burnett Give your winter wardrobe a resh new look with one or bott of these thrifty Mouses. Each style requires just one yard of 54-inch fabric in the smaller slits Pattern No. ae05 is a sew-rUe lerforated pattern in si^s I2 . ', 18. 20. Size 14. 1 yard of 34-i'r Pattern No. 8761 i s a s-ew-rifc- icrforated pattern for sizes 10 12 j . 16, 18, 20. Size 12 ] v ar( i 0 | 4-inch. For these patterns, send 3Cc lor EACH, in COINS, your name ad- ress, sizes desired, and the PAT- PERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy street. Chicago o, ill. - v * u " 11 '' Don't miss the Fall and Winter ^ASHiON. u contains 48 pa.es of ew styles, simple to make "frocks or all Hges; decorating tricks; gift atlerns printed Inside the bookend 25 cents today -uncheon at Jones Home •fonors Chapter "N ' Placecards (ashioned as sheets of Christmas carols were used at th, p.m. luncheon yesterday at tin •"ley B. Jones home on North High, "'•v 81 honoring Chapter "N" „• .. „ , Mrs - E - J- Cure, Mrs. Barn V. Halnes and Mrs. Jones were hos. esses lor the event. Centering the long table at w.hicl he guests were seated was a single irge candle lighted and festooned »ubi r « nery doWed with e |iUe »'is The guests later were seated 1 is entertaining room which held large tree, aglow with chrislmn ghts. Banking the mantel were lagnolia leaves and colorful poln- ettias. Completing the setting was bowl from which brimmed red car- ations. Mrs cure conducted a quiz on •hnstmas carols and Mrs R A elson reviewed the story "Clirist- mas Comes to District rive" bv Hong. The chapter members exchanged '"-s from under the tree, « • * )i'nner-Pai-ty Given \t the" Woman's Club Local 598 of the Amalgamated lothmg Workers at Rice-Stix fae- ry, last night entertained with a hi-istmas dinner party at the Wo- an's Club for 160 guests. The entertaining rcom of the ub held holiday motif decorations gifts were later under a lighted exchanged Christmas Dinner at Turner Home Honor TLE, Guests Dinner at (lie home of Mrs. Herman Turner followed by nn evening of playing Iiridgc Thursday nl»ht liouorcd members of the TLE Club and guests, Mrs. C. A. Nelson, Mrs Sam Sikes and Mrs. Baker Turner As each -guest arrived they were presented a Yule corsage and for the occasion the entertaining rooms held decorations in keeping wllh the holiday season. Following dinner, bridgo was played, with Mrs. Jack Dickinson winning high score, Mrs. Slkcs, second high and Mrs. J>. p. Scrape bridgo. ' Mrs. Baker Turner of Marked Tree was an out-of-town guest. Bits of News fy / ei-Jaiial /7/i Followine dinner, the evening as spent in dancing and Informal itertainrnent. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGruder of Hlaleah, Fla., will be the holiday guest of their parents, Mr., ind Mrs. Dan. McOruder and Mr. ind Mrs. J. A. Holmes of Dell, Arriving for the holidays ts Bobby McDaniel, who Is a freshman it Drury College, Springfield, Mo., ind Cliarles McDaniel who is at- :entlina Northwestern, Evauston. 111. They are in Memphis today visiting their mother, Mrs. Charles McDaniel, who is ill in a hospital ind will return for Christmas day, and will be accompanied by thetr father. Bobby McDaniel will return to Drury, Jan. 3 and Charles McDaniel will leave Jan. 7 for Northwestern. The Rev. nnd Mrs. W. F. Cooley and son, David, and daughter. Carol, of Payetteville will arrive tomorrow niglit to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon and Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Cooley. They will be joined here (luring the holidays by Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Beall and sons Tommy and John, of Wilson. A. Taht is a patient at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ben' Harpoje and amlly are spending the holidays n Trenton. Tenn.' In Helena for the holidays will i Mrs. J. A. Luckett nnd daugh- er, miss Nenl Luckett. They will the guest of their son and irother, Dr. Frank Ulckett and imily. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Campbell eft this morning for Hot Springs ' spend the Christmas holidays. Arriving today'to Join In the holl- ay celebrations with Mr. and Mrs. B. Pi-uitt, Mrs. J. S. Cole and ther friends and relatives are Mr. nd Mrs. Otis Cole and daughter. Glenda" Kay, of San Antonio, Tex., Ir. and Mrs. S. E. Duncan of Chaf- "ee and Leroy Pruitt of San DIeeo ialif. ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker will iave Monday for Little Rock to be he'Christmas guests of their dau- hters, Mrs. J. R. Benton and Mr Ben ton. . Seaman Charles A. Halle is pending 15 day.s here with his lolher. Mrs. Lettte Mne Music and ister. Betty Sue Knile. Mr. ana Airs, uarj Slntaler and on, Dickie, have arrived from tlielr Tollywood, Fin., home to spend two •ceks with Mrs. Stauler's parents Ir. and Mrs. M. E. Cnok Mr tabler i- a Hollywood High School acuity member. Capt. Ccorge E. Cross Jr.. of Vaco, Tex,, is spending the holl- nys here with his parents, Mr nd. Mrs. George Cross. Miss Bonnie Cook, who Is a Hay- school faculty member is spend- ng Ihe Christinas weok with her Brents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cook. Guests at the home of Mrs. J. W urtle are Miss Delia Purtlc who rrivcrt last night trom St. Louis nd Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Purtle' nil children, Johnny and Jo Et- , n. of Helena. They came for the oliriay celebration and also to sit their niece and cousin, p a - icia Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles PurtJe born last week at Blytheville Hospital. Cpl. ami Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, Jr., and daughter, Sherry Yvonne, of Shreveport. La., nre the holiday BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THE SONGS OFCHRISTMAS PAGE THRE1 11 lust rated by Walt Scoit e esso^wK performed 34 timet during Handel's life, with the composer himself diieclinj oil performaiKev W & UftVICC. « -...., his lost few r*on IK MM wrWfy MM, H« <eft»M4 a> a ipiinj ptrfontwiK* * O»»nt Goniw,»«toktn kom. and •»( t»6«J. He proywJ tf«at he might die w, Good Friday, "i« hope o» m«tir^ hit Lord ami Sww c» riw ttf of Hh (w«rt»e««i.' < His (m>xef mi mmM. H« brwtlted his fat on Good f,i 4cy, V-l 13, 1759, ogcd 74. He was buried in ihTf<* ,' Cofi>« of Weilminsler Abbey. guests of Mr. Lloyd's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd and Mrs Lloyd's mother, Mrs, Grover Can ada. Miss Kay Colston arrived toda Tom Arkansas state College. Jones boro, where she is a freshman t< the holiday guest of lier patents Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Colston. Lt. and Mrs. John B. Lewis wil arrive Wednesday to be Ihc noil day guests ol Mrs. Lewis' mother vlrs. J. w. Shou.se. Mrs. Lewis i the former Miss Prances Shouse. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Miller am ions will leave in the morning for Hot Springs to spend the holidays Mrs. Mayo Bell of St, Louis wil arrive in the morning to be tin guest of her parent.*, Mr. and Mrs ~. W. Justus. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson have RS their holiday guests their daughter, Miss Arden Ferguson, who Is attending the University of Ala- mma, Tuscaloosa, and Cpl. Joe Ferguson and Mrs. Ferguson of Savannah, Ga, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ctlpple., ind daughter, Nancy will spend the weekend in Memphis nnd will be [he Christmas guest of Mrs Cup>les' mother. Mrs. J. E. Bonds of Trenton, Tenn. Miss Virginia Swearengen I: .pending the weekend in Newport She went especially for the mar- iage of Miss Margaret Hickey and iarold Stockton, tomorrow. Pfc. Aleck H. Thompson, who ins spent 13 months in Korea, has irrlved from Fort Jack-son, S. C. o be the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Thompon. Another son, Pvt. Leslie Rich- ird Thompson, v. ill arrive this weekend from Barksdale Held, La., or the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asher will irrive Monday /rnm their Merceles. Calif., home to guest with .Irs. Asher's sisters. Mrs/ M. F. irownlee and (amllv of Dell snd Mrs. Clalr Miller and family. Children's Party Given at Club Approximately 100 children of nemners of the Blytheville Country Club attended the annual children's party Thursday at the club, which was highlighted with a visit from Santa Clans. A Him was shown the small guests and gifts of randy filled, stockings were presented. Mrs. w. T. Rainwater served as general chairman of the event. Heavy German migration to the U. S. began after IBM. Try Our Famous JUMBO FAN TAILED FRIED SHRIMP Exclusively at the RAZORBACK "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST Now In Our New Buildinq iMRfftKa^^^^^^a ~y • Bible Study.. .3 a.m. • Wroship. . .10 B.m. • Evening Worship, G p.m. You Are Invited Sermoni Morning—"God's Temple" Kvcninjf—"God's Goodness To Us" H. »'. SHARP KLCN 12:15-12:30 J)ai]y CHURCH OF CHRIST MAIN & DIVISION STREETS Choirs Will Give Program "The story of Christmas in Music" will ue given by Ihc Chancel and Vesper Choirs of the First Methodist Church lomoriow night at the 7:30 p.m. program at the cluuch. Selections from "The Messiah" by Handel nill be presented nnd soloists will be Mrs. George M. Lee and Miss Jo Ann Trie.ichmann, The Vesper choir plans several selections and will combine with the Chancel choir for a medley of four carols. The !Jev. Hoy I. Barley, pastor, will Bive the benediction "and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry will direct the choir. Ear! Snider, Jr.. and Mrs. John Caudill will be accompanists and Ralph Nichols, jr., will be violinist. Sue and Lue Owens will be flutists. Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday Miss Mildred Chambers becomes the bride of Edwin P. stuublefield in a 4 p.m. ceremony at the Church of Christ. Miss Doris stone and Robert FetHon Dean exchange nuptial vows at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Miss Karolyn Rose Spcise and Clement H. Whistle, jr., marriage performed In _ First Presbyterian Church In Osceola. Miss CharUne Wicker and Tom Brown. Jr.. wed in Pull Gospel Tabernacle ceremony. Miss Margaret Ann Hickey and Harold Stockton exchange vows In 3:30 p.m. ceremony in Newport Open house at Moose Lodge for nembers, guests at 8:30 pjn. Thursday Miss Martha Dale Dlxon becomes :he bride of John E. Regenold at the First Baptist Church. Friday Formal rtance in Mirror Room of ilotel Noble at 8:3(1 p.m. Beth Buck'— Sally Triesclnnann * RUTH MILLETT Heart Behind Yule Gift Is What Really Counts •r HUTU MH.LETT. NEA Stiff WritM The well-dressed woman in the department store elevator was sayIng: "1 told George this morning I was going to cut down on our Christmas gift list year. Ever.vthing is so expensive—and shopping has Baptist Choirs To Give Program "Christmas In Many Ijnids" will be presented In music, narration, pageantry by the Vesper Choir of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The choir program Is under the direction of Mrs. Harold Davis, music director of the church, and musical accompaniment will be provided by Mrs. C. M. Smart or- "anlst. Misj Marian Mayes, former member of the yirst Baptist 3hurch and senior at Blu« Moun- laln College, will serve M narrator for the program. Mrs. Lowell Gltison, Fred Abbott, Johnny Buchanan, Peter Abbott, and Iliram Snodgrass will appear n tlie Nativity Scene. How Christmas Is observed In the British Isles, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Holland, France, Italy, and Germany will be featured In ,he program which will be climaxed with the narration of the Christmas Story, as recorded in the book of Luke and favorite American "hrtstmas Carols. Bell, host«s*f>«, Saturday Hay Bobbins and his orchestr* plays for holiday dunce at Blythe- vilte Country Club. Miss Marilyn pe c n become* the Lincoln 'at gotten to be such a dreadful chore . , . " And the well-dressed woman sighed as though Christmas giving were an ordeal to be endured instead of the joyous experience It should he. The. remark and the sigh called to my mind another woman's attitude toward giving. When a close friend of hers moved into a new home and several friends bought gifts for the new house she wanted to give something, too. But knew she couldn't afford the kind of gift she.would have liked to buy. So she told the friend with the new house who was worrying iibont all the curtains to be made: "II you'll get the material I'll make the curtains for your bedroom." She did too. And here was the most appreciated gift of all. Spirit Back of Gift Is Important It is tiiat way with giving. It isn't Just a matter of how much you spend. It Is a matter of how much thought you put Into the gifts you buy or make. It 1« far more Christmas-like In spirit to take a friend a Jar of homemade Jam. a potted plant jrou have started yourself, a box of candy or cookies from your own kitchen, than to say: "Let's not bother with giving each other gills this year." Then, too. with Imagination you can always find'an Inexpensive gift ih£t !£•:!! jive pleasure. The mistake cornea In thinking a gilt has to cost a certain amount or to be flashy enough to make a "showing." Ollts shouldn't carry price tags Not t even In the giver's eyes. There are more than 3,000 alloys /or the metal, nickel. MoiiRghnn, Nlta Hose Jla'il and Betsy He»d Courier News Classified Ads Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday lUMUf,^,^ «,«OR« MONTGOMERY- B*u STORM Serial: "Pirates Harbor" Also Selected Shorts Cent. Sat. 12.30-11:30 Sunday & Monday Doubl* Feature Also Metro New* Cont. Sun- i.(sfct) (n (ifiCN »t 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. rtaily for oi^r program announcements. Box Office 1'hone 2753 Office Plion? 6908 Bn.i O'fke Oriens «( till Show Starts £:QQ p.m r CDiilimuiijs Showing Everyday GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Saturday Kerhil: "Mysterious C.'nnl. Sat. fro ml2::!0-H :30 Sunday & iMomtay T HOWARD HUGH*} ftesenls ROBERT IIZABETH MITCHUM- SCOTT ROBERT RYAN f'nrnninunt News & Shovls

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