The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR (AKK.) OUUHIEH KBWB MONDAY, DECEMBER M, IfW oce J«n« Shelton, Society Editor Fhon* 4461 Dean-Stone Vows Repeated At Church Dressed in a formal gown of white satin, Miss Dorris LaVerne Stone yesterday became the bride of Robert Fenton Dean, U. S. Air Force in a 3 P-m. ceremony at the First Baptist Church, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone and Mi-. Dean the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Dean nil of Blytheville. The Rev. E. C. Brown officiated at the 3 p.m. double ring ceremony and "was assisted by Dr. Harvey T. Kldd, minister of the First Presbyterian Church. The couple knelt for blessing on the satin pre dicu which was adorned with a spray of white gladioli attached with a large puff of white satin. At either side stood floor baskets of gladioli and directly behind the pre dieu claiming local point of Interest was a larger basket of the blooms. Alternating with the floor baskets across the chancel rail were wrought Iron csndleabra holding white tapers, which provided the illumination for the scene. The family pews were marked with satin bows. Pink and Blue Mrs. T. E. Drugmand attended as her sister's matron of honor while Miss Betty Nell Tomllnson preceded the biide to the altar as maid of honor, Irfay Lynn Hodge, cousin of the bride served as Junior bridesmaid. The cathedral tnpers were lighted by Miss Annella. Humphreys »nd Miss Elizabeth Van Hooser and serving her aunt as flower girl was Karen Sue Drugmand. The. feminine attendants wore (owns fashioned of satin. Matron of honor, Junior bridesmaid and }£aren Sue Drugmmid were dressed Jn holiday pink, while the other members chose heaven blue. The fitted bodices were covered with brief Jackets which ended Jn standing collars. The gathered Bklrts swirled awny Into terrace lengths. They wore Juliet cape •dged in narrow rolls of nylon net and sprinkled with seed pearls. Batta slippers and gauntlets dyed to match their costumes were worn. Carnations set tn holders of lace and edged In inallne formed the colonial bouquets which they carried. The attendants choosing pink were presented designs of deep rose while the members dressed in blue carried Identical designs of pink. Matching satin streamers secured the blooms and flowed away Into knotted knee length streamers. Corsage of pink carnations were 0et in mallno and presented the taper lighters. Musical Program As the wedding guests assembled the program of organ music wo; presented by Mrs. C.M. Smart and Miss Jo Ann Trieschntann, vocalist. Miss Trleschmann sang. "I Love Thee" and "The Sweetes Btory Ever Told" and as the couple knelt for Messing she softly sang *'Tho Lord's Prayer." The bride entered the sanctuary Bobby Coleman, Navy airman, who Is stationed at El Centio, Calif., is the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Coleman. Mr. and Mrs, O. O. Stires have af Iheir holiday guest their daughter, Miss June Stires/ who is attending Arizona State College, Tempe and son, Sonny Stlres, who is a student at Arkansas state College. Holiday guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castllo are Mr. and Mrs Rube Carson ana two children of Little Rock. Mr. -and Mrs. Byron Morse left yesterday for Little Rock 10 he the holiday guests of their son, Byron Morse, Jr., Mrs. Morse and two children. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin and family will be the holiday guests of Mr. Hardln's mother, Mrs. E. E. Hardtn, and sister, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mr. Taylor and Jesse Taylor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Russell Phillips, Jr., will leave tonight for Germantown. Tenn., lo spend the Christmas holidays with their daughter and sister, Mrs Vance Alexander, Jr., and family. Miss Eula Smith arrived Saturday from Arkansas State to be the Rilest.of her mother, Mrs. Oeorge P. Smith and sister, Miss Marilyn Dcen. \, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Fort ant daughter, Nancy will arrive tonigh —Fausht rholo HECOMES liKIDIi—Mrs. Robert Fenton Dean was until her 3 p.m. marringo in the First Baptist church, Miss Dorris La Verne Stone, daugh- sr of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone of Blytheville. in the arm of her father, who gave wllh carnations dotted fern and from their home Clarksville * RUTH MILLETT Translate 'Bored With Life 7 Into 'Bored With Yourself »7 RUTH HIT-LETT, NEA Staff WrIUr A woman of fifty-five tella me ehe Is unhappy and bored and want* to know what she ought to do. That Is much too big a question for another person to even attempt to answer. But whenever a person gets to feeling bored and unhappy It 1s Lime to ask a lew searching questions. Answering those below may give a hint as to why life Isn't offering the person more. How mnny times during the last six months have I gone out of my way to do a small but helpful kind- in marriage. She wore a formal gown of white slipper sntln vcrlalcl in French imported lace. Her fingertip veil of nylon net was secured t<3 a Juliet cap of Ince mcrustcd \vlth s secd pearls. For her 'somnfhtng old" 6he wore on antique diamond broach belonging o the mother of the groom. Her brldnl flower was a white orchid set in mnllne anrl surrounded by shattered carnations. t was attached to a white Bible and from tho orchid fell streamers of white satin knotted at intervals with valley lily, Norman M. Stone, Jr., and Ronald Stone, nephew of tho , bride served as ringbcarer. Mr. Dean, served as his son's beat man. Ushers were Normnn M. Stone, brother of the bride, Oscar Elliott and Gary Wayne Stone, cousin of tho bride. For the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Stone chose an afternoon of brown crepe trimmed in rhincslones and worn with accessories of brown. Mrs. Dean, mother of the groom received the guests in a navy blue rayon crepe gown which was highlighted with a trim of satin and ! sequins. She wore brown accessories and both were presented lavender orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Stone were hosts and hostesses Immediately follow-^ ing for a reception at the Rustic" Inn. - ' Centering tho bride's table was a Merer! cake tappet' with the figures of a bride and groom. Overlaying tho long table was an imported cutwork cloth and at either side of the cake burned white tapers, The base of the cnxe was encircled iirrounding the base of the punch bowl were swirls of fern. After Mr. and Mrs. Dean had cut .he first piece of cako with a satin .led knife, ML^s Ruth Hale served :he guests. Miss Helen Hodge and Miss Barbara Ann Smith presided at tho punch bowls and Mrs. N. M. Stone sister-in-law of the bride, presided at the bride's book and also presented a program of music. Miss Barbara Van Hooser of Jones- )0ro also was a reception assistant and each was presented a corsage of carnations. For traveling, Mrs. Stone changed to an winter ensemble of orchid nncl lavender. Her velveteen dress \vao of lavender and her coat was of orchid. She wore lizard accessories and a small hat of brown velvet. They will be at home In San Antonio. Tex., where the groom Is serving with the Air Force. OuL-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. 'Joe stone and Gary Stone of Oran, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stone and son, Ronald, of Forrest City, Mr. and.Mrs, T, E. Drugmand and riaughte/, Karen, of peorla, 111.. .Ilss Elizabeth Van Hooser of Jonesboro, Mr. and Leon Stone of SlUeston and Mr. and Mrs. Bfll Cheathnm of Bradley, Mr, and Mrs. E. Zaillngioh—-Jere Origgs of Hum'-olt, Tenn,;-;Stanley Kaplan of Memphis and Laniarr Mayo of OS' ceola. < Mr. and Mrs, Dean Saturday night entertained with a rehearsa dinner at the Hustlo Inn. Tenn., to be with Mrs. Fort's moth cr, Mrs. T. j. Mahan. Joining the group tonight will be John Mahan and family of Princeton, Ky. Miss Biirleene Brinn and her father, J. H. Brlnn of Dell left, today for Mayfleld, Ky.. to spend the holidays with their brother, and son, John Brlnn and family. They will join Mrs. Brlnn and son. Don who lett yesterday for Mayfield. Out-of-town residents here for the funeral of Mrs. John Foster yesterday were Mrs. Elmer Dibble, Miss Ethel Roach. Will Roach, Henry Roach and Mrs. Arthur Hayden o( Owensboro, Ky., Miss Mary Anna Murray of Henderson. Ky, Mrs. Delleree Atterbcrry andC.H. Reasor of Evansvllle, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson and Mr. and Mrs, George McDonald of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teroy of Caruthersville. Charles Foster Mr. and Mrs. M. Griffin and Mrs. Lester Co.vle of Jonesboro, Henry Garner of Haytl, Mrs. B. B, Ragon and Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Quinn of Pine Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dill of Newport, Mrs. Lucille Stevens, Dan Steele. Louis Weaver Dewey Yarbro, Mrs. H. E. Doener Mrs. Lily German and Mrs. Onie Llpscomb of Steele, Mrs. Ida Woods of Poplar Bluff, Mrs. Garlam: Trammel and Mrs. B. F. Potter nl Joiner and Mrs. Johnny Weathers of Montgomery, Ala. David Bullard, who Is serving with the army at Camp Belvoir, Va., is spending .the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bui- lard. Hamilton LltHe of Memphis will be the holiday guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Little. Mr. and Mrs. Little will entertain tomorrow with their annual open house and on Wednesday will leave for San Antonio, Tex., for a vacation at Gallagher Ranch. Mr. and Mrs. E. R,. Fredrickson of Grand Island, Nebr., arrived: this morning to be the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson. Jean is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., for their first child, a daughter, born Friday at. Walls Hospital. Mrs. Terry Is the former Miss Mary Virginia Reichel, daughter of and Mrs. F. G. Reichel. Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Drugmand, anrl daughter. Karen ot Pcorla, 111., and Mrs. H. H. Stone are in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Drugtnand. and daughter came especially for the 7narriage of Miss Dorris Stone to Robert F. Dean, yesterday. Leroy Prultt, first class seaman, who was to arrive from San Diego, , to spend the holidays with ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Prultt, was Injured in a bus wreck 'esterday, according to a' telegram received by his parents. First class n Pruitt, suffered a broken eg and other injuries and was re- ,urned to the San Diego base for treatment. Guesting at the Tom A. Little's for the Christmas holidays are Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Francis and children, Kavanaugh, Sally, Tom Hendrix and Christine of Tuscaloosa, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford Miss., and joining the group tomorrow will be Hamilton Little of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon were in Hayti yesterday for a pre- Chr istma.5 celebration w i th Mrs Mahon's' sister, Mrs. Lester Bailey They will be hi Memphis tomorrow to be the guests of Mr. Mahon's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkins am daughter, Chartene. They w joined by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mahon of Jonesboro, ness to another person? How long has it been since I have aegun some new project with enthusiasm 1 and genuine interest— something creative Just lo please myself? How many new friends have I made In the past year? Look for Good In People Do I ever stop to count my many blessings? Do I look for good In those who touch my life In some way, instead of searching and prbing to find out their faults? Do I get real pleasure from a beautiful day? Am I still interested in learning new things? . How often do I invite friends to share the hosnitaJity of my home? Do I keep up with friends separated from me by distance? Do friends ever turn to me for help when they are in trouble? I can't tell you how to put more meaning into everyday living. But by answering those questions honestly, you may be able to figure out how you are missing opportunities to make life seem rich and full of meaning. At The Hospital* Blytheville Ho«plU! Dismissed: Mrs. L. T. Moore, City Mrs. Jessie Reeder, City John C. Harnish, City Henry Berry, Jr., Tyler Swimming trunks with a waterproof pocket have been invented. Auxiliary Hostess At Hotel Noble The Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church last night entertained in the Mirror Rcotn of Hotel Noble with a con- iregational Christmas party. The evening of informal enter- ainment, in which Santa Glaus 'isitccl the children, followed the evening service at the church in vhtch the children had participated. During the event, sandwiches :etT rirlnks and party foods were The vanished La Venta people o Mexico, flourished before bi>0 A.D. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sharp lef last night for Little Rnck to visi relatives and will be in Huntsvilli tomorrow to visit Mrs. Sharp'., parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sprott Mrs. Steve Brooks will arrive fron her home in New Orleans, La.-, Man day to be the guest of her mother Mrs. George . Smith. Miss Virginia Btnven oT Card wo! Is the holiday guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bo wen. QUEEN, OF ROSES-Blonde, blue-eyed Nancy True Thome, 17-year-old junior al Pasadena (Calif.) City College, will reign as queen of the 1052 Tournament of Roses in Pasadena. Judges ivho picked Nancy stressed that ;he is "a study of absolute normality in every way." and has no illusions about a theatrical career. Listen tii KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m- daily for our pro;ram annorncemcnls. Rox Office I'hone 2752 Office I'hone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.tp. Continuous Showing Everyday Luxora HD Club Meets in Home Nine members of the Luxa Home Demonstration Club w entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hanna. The devotional was given by Mrs. Gale Hanna and current officers were retained for 1952. Those to serve are Mrs. W. L. Hanna, president; Mrs. C- E..LUCUS, vice president; Mrs. W. E. Head, secretary and treasurer and Mrs. J. L. Flanagan, reporter. Christmas carols were sung anc Mrs. Walter Wood served as pianist A potluck luncheon was served and in the social hour following, games were played and gilts exchanged^ Baptist Class Has Yule Party Mrs. Alvin Huffman was hostess to members of the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church Thursday night for the annual Christmas party. Mrs. Ivy Crawford was co-hostess and Mrs. O. R. Redford told (he Christmas story. * The entertaining rooms were decorated in the holiday motif and a brief business session was led by Mrs. Adolph Heinicke. Gifts were exchanged from under he Yule tree and party foods served from the maderia lairt table. Most spraying or dusting of farm crops with insecticides by airplanes is done in early morning and late afternoon periods because there Is apt to be less wind at those hours. Squatters to Get Land Title in Ma/oyo Area KUALA LUMPUR, Milaya. (yp»— The Federation government has an- ncunced that hundreds of thousands of Chinese living in resettlement ureas throughout Malaya are soon to be given permanent title to the land they now occupy. The Chinese involved are squatters \vho were moved into resettlement areas to protect them frcm Communist terrorists and to give them the opportunity of securing employment and education, REPAIR SERVICE A 11 appliances: refrigerators, freezers, ranges, and u-asliers Radios and small applinni-es. All our work Is guaranteed. Adams Appliance Co. Si Vv-'<v * \ ,••;• V We hope yours is a happy Christmas FEINBERG'S u & \ « tEtme The management and staff of our Theaters express the wish that'you 'will enjoy a most happy, holiday season. We hope (hat the holiday will bring the realization of your fondest ambitions for happiness and friendships! Xmas Day & Wednesday "Love Nest" Starring June Haver & William Lundigan Thursday & Friday "Two Tickets To Broadway" Color by Technicolor Tony Martin & Janel Leigh Saturday "Best of the Bodmen" Bob Hyan & Clair Trevor Sunday & Monday "Behave • Yourself" Starring Farley Grander and Shellev Winters RITZ & ROXY THEATERS GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Last Times Today HOWARD HUGHES starring ™ ROBERT UZABETH M1TCHUIVI* SCOTT ROBERT RYAN Paramount News & Shorts Xmas Day & Wednesday ^SP^I i 1 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Tonite Double Feature Ei _• fi« H«'» l«l»«-.&$& ff ZASU PITTS ,1k Sofr SlttM • *t«0$*«> • li*lt«" U'.wSrt.Hi?"^ 1 '"*'"™^'^ »"» Also Metro News Xmas Day & Wednesday Double Feature —Plus— RANDOLPH .SCOTT __«« n TECHNICOLOR owe RUK mus iwras^r 9 Also Selected Shorts

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