The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1951 · Page 2
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FAGB TWO BI,TTMKVTLLE (ARK.) GOTOIER NEWS J»B» Sheltoa, Society Editor Fbont 4461 Miss Deen Announces Bridal Party Plans Miss Marilyn Deen today announced the completed plans for her Dec. 29th marriage to Benjamin Myers Lincoln of Little Rock The bride-elect Is the daughter of Mrs. George Prentls Smith of Blythevllle and Mr. Lincoln is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A Lincoln of Little Hock. The single ring ceremony will be •aid at 4 p.m., with.the Rev. Roy I. Bagley. officiating. The program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. John Cnu- dill. organist, and Miss Jo Ann Trle.schmann. vocalist. Miss Deen has nsked her sister, Mrs. Steve Brooks of New Orleans, to attend as matron of honor and bridesmaids will ta Miss Eula Smith, sister of the bririe. Mrs. Loren Hardinger of Albla. la., sister of the groom. Mrs. Edgar D, Oslln of Little Rock and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr. The bride will be given in marriage by her uncle, o. J. Rogers, and the tapers will be lighted by Lydla Elncoln and Lucy Lincoln, sisters of the groom. Johnny Washbnrn of Litiie Flock will serve .as best man and ushers will be Boh Owen of Dallas. Tex., Hunter Pryor of Jonesboro, Travis Crews of Little Rock and John White of Blylhevllle. A reception will follow for the guests In the church entertaining rooms. » * * Miss Norris Entertains With Drop-in at Home Mis-i Rene Norris yesterday en. tetained with a sherry party In the studio of the home o[ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, on West Walnut honoring Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigfjer, III, ol the University of Arkansas, and Mis* Martha Dale Dixon and John Fxi Regenold who will be married tomorrow. Miss Norris was assisted by her mother in receiving the 30 couples and entertaining. The home was decorated In a holiday setting for the event. Out-of-town giiesta were Roy Shoulta of Union. New Jersey, houseguest of Miss Norris, Roy Dean of Gainesville, Ha., also a »ue«t of Miss Norris, Ellett Lawrence and Malcom Lawrence 1 of Greenirllle, MLss., houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylle, Miss Nancy TJzclle of Joiner, Edgar Jones at Crawfordsville, Miss Anne Vhlt« of Osceola and her house- ruelt. Midshipman Nick Walner of Pasadena, Calif., Charles Lowrance of Driver, Jim Stockley of Marianna, guest' of Mtsj Vivian Patterson and Misa Nancy-Wirt;pl Cl»rksyUl»; Tenn., who Is -ifcnna^'-4ier 'griihd- inother, Mr*. T. j; Mnrni), , : " , Annual Parly Is Given .At the A. G. Little Home Mr. and Mrs. A. a. Little yesterday entertained with their nnnlml Christmas party at their home on Clear l»ike Road. The home was decorated with bouquets of poinseUlBs. red roses, carnations and Christmas greens. Party foods were served from the poinsettla trimmed cloth, which was centered with a large design of A enowman, snowballs, tinsel and carnations. Prc£idivi£ "at the table were Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford, Miss. Included In the guest list were residents o! Tennessee, Illinois and Mississippi. Fifty years ago Miss Millie Mc- Nutl became the Crrlstmas day bride of J. M. Walker In a ceremony Derformcd In Hollabenrl, Ark,, and ;he occasion was marked yesterday with open house at their home near Tyler, Mo. Thirty guests called from 1 till p.m. to extend best wishes to the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Walker have hrce children. Miss Ruby Walker. Sew-Right For The Home —Courier .Vews Photo CK.i.KHHATKS OOI.DKN WEDDING ANNIVKRSARV-Two event* were marked yesterday by Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Walker of Tyler Mo when they entertained with open house at their home celebrating the Christmas season and also their 50th wedding anniversary. 50th Wedding Anniversary Is Marked By Tyler Couple; Open House Held a school toucher now residing In Kortiak, Alaska; otto Walker, who fflrmj with his father and makes his home with his parents, and Miss Lela Walker, who 1* teaching school In Deerlng, Mr. and Mr.s. Walker have made their home near Tyler for the past past H yearn and are members of the Associate Reform Presbyterian Church. )rop-In at Crigger Home Attended by 75 Guests Approximately 7J guests called 'rom 7 till 0 p. m. Christmas Eve at the Charles E. Crlgger, Jr., home G extend holiday greetings and best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Charles'E. Crigger. IK. nnd Miss Martha Dale Dlxon and John E. Regenold. Mr. and Mrs. Crigger, who are students nl the University of Arkansas, are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. 'rigger, Jr., nnd Miss Dlxon and Mr. Regenold will be married lo- inorrow. Mr.s. Crigger, III, received the guests In a Cell .Chapman original cocktail drwu/ of blue-;and Miss iDbton wa3,.dr«utd .t^tfgnwu of "feel gray wool. ' BofrWi'ere presented corsages of orchids. The entertaining rooms In which the guc.sts were received we.re decorated in the holiday motif and party foods were served from a rcfresh- nent table which held flickering red tnpers sel In silver candelabra. A silver bowl nilerl with polnsottlns and colorful carnations formed the ceulrnl design. Included In the guest list were Mr. ami Mrs. E. M. Regenold, parents of Mr. Regenold. and Mrs. K. A. neg- enolrt of Paris. Tex., grandmother of Mr. Regenold. Annual Party Is Given; Sally McCutchen Hostess For the fifth consecutive year, seven girls have met for n Joint Christmas holiday celebration. Hostess for this year's party was Sally McCnlchen, who entertained Friday with a B:30 dinner party at Ihc Country Club for the girls find their mothers. The holiday season was repealed In the party decorations and following .dinner the evening was spent In Knmes and the excrmiiRC o f gifts. Favors were presented each guest by thfi hostess. Composing the group Is Beth Johnson, daughter of Mr. nnri Mrs. Leonard Johnson; George Ann Byrd. Daughter of Mr. anrt Mm. a. t. Byrd; Gall Brogdon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brogrlon; Ann and Mary Beth Mnrr. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marr; Nella Words, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. nny Woods: and Anlce Chandler, daughter. D t Mr. and Mrs. R. Chandler. -,-. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Miss MnrtVm Date Dlxon becomes the bride o[ John E. Hegenold at the First Baptist church. Friday Formal dance In Mirror Room of Hotel Noble at 8:30 p.m. Beth Buck- Icy, Sally Trlesrhmnnn. Rosemary Monnghan. Nltn Rose Hall and Betsy Bell, hoslesscs. S.-Unnlay Ray Roblilns and his orchestra plays for holiday dance at Blytheville Country Club. Miss Mnrilyn Dreii becomes the brldt! of Benjamin M. Lincoln at First Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Barton ol Omaha, Neb., are the holiday guests o( Mrs. Barton's parents. Mr. and I Mrs. o. W. McCulchen. Mr. anrt Mrs. •/,. A. Kdcns and daughter, Miss Delores Eriens arc' visiting in natasville as guests of; relatives. ! Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Miley and sen of Sheffield. Ala., are guests ol Mrs. Miley's sister, Mrs. Hugh Whltsitl, and family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Estes and daughter, Donna of Pnducah, Ky., were Christmas day guests of Mr. F-stes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman have as their haii.scgue.su their daughter, Mrs. Edward K. Smith and Mr. Smith of Baton Rouge, La. Miss Alice Sallba will leave to- nU'ht for her home In Slreeter, III., alter having spent the Yule holidays here with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sallba. Oilier Christmas tiny guests were Joe Saliba of Memphis, Albert Saliba of St. Louis nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. tieorge Faviti and family of Memphis. Mi.w Lottie Neal of Lincoln, Neb., former Blythevillc resident, has been visiting her Bister. Mrs. VV. W. Austin and Mr. Austin for several days. Joe Dugan has returned to his home In St. Louis 'after having been the holLsegucst of Miss Vir- Cillia Swearenpen unfl Imr UTI-HHIT. £"ii.t ov.t,<ir*'jigcn, and ncr piircnu;, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swe;)retiKen, Sr, T/Sgt. J. D. McDcrmoU, who is serving with the Marine Air Detachment at Millington. Te»n., was the Christmas guest, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pnrvin MeDermolt and sister. MLss Ullle Mae McDcr- mott, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kemper announce the birth of their first child, a son Saturday afternoon at Walls Hospital. He has been named David Dnrry. Mrs. Keinper' is the former Miss Margaret Hill. Mr. nnd Mr.s. John Thomas left yesterday for their htmie in Kllox- vllle, Tenn.. alter having spent several days with Mrs. Thomas' mother. Mr.s. E. A. Ocodrlch and sister, Miss Vern Gnoclrlch, Mr. and ,\frs. R. w. Un-elt have as their holiday guests their daughters and families. Mrs. Homer Gant and children, Carolyn and H. L. of Heulnh. Ark., Mrs. Ralph Harr, Mr. Barr and Patricia Ann and Linda of Cleveland and Mrs. George Wig- Ington and Mr. Wigington of Chicago. Aviation Cadet Dudley Hardy will leave Dec. 31 for Bartow. Fla., niter having spent the Christinas holidays here with his parents, Mr. Medical MenAra Honored By Royal Family Visit IfiNDON (AP)—Queen Elizabeth nml hnr elder daughter, Princess ElUaueth. paid tribute to the craft of surgeons nnd physicians and the nurses "who build upon the nrw foundations with tender care and cver-watchfnt eyes". The Queen, presenting awards to muses at St. Mary's Hosultnl. London, snld. "Of late ! have seen much of their skill and care, nnd I speak from my heart of what I know." Ol the King, the Queen said. "I am clad In say that he continues to make most excellent progress, and I cnn assure you that the sympathy nnr! sood will by which' we have been surrounded have been the KrcatcM supporr to us both during these anxious days." Read Courier News Classified Ads. 8546 34-48 By Sue Burnett Here's » well tilting house dress to keep you looking neat while you work. And it's so comfortable t/> wear. Sleeves are short, twin pockets are a.! practtca las can be, Pattern No. 8546 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 34. 36 38, 40, 42, 44, «, W. Size 36. <. yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 \V. Quincy street, Chicago 6, _ Send if, cents today for th« Fait and Winter FASHION. 4,8 pa?w of smart, easy to sew styles; interest- Jng features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed. Inside the book. CHURCH WITHIN A. CHURCH - Built under the arches and againsl a waH of the bomb-blasted Lulherkirche in the U. S. sector of Berlin, this new church offers a place of worship for a small congregalion. Lacking funds to repair the larger building, th« parish built the smaller, beatable one underneath the organ of the original church. About 200 people tfislt the little church within • church every Sunday. (NBA-Acme photo by SUff Photogttpher .W«n»«r Kreusch.) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER X, 19W * RUTH MILLETT 'Old Maids' Just Don't Seem To Have Any Real Problems By RUTH MU.LETT, NEA Staff Writer TO IT.AV AT CI.UB DAXOK— Ray Bobbins and his orchrsira will provide the music for the holiday clante at the Country Club Dei:. 29th for members of the club and their out-of-town guests. Oorothy oiMi is featured vocalist. This Is another In the series of dances for which name bands have played. and Mrs, A. A. Hardy. Pvt. Billy L. Class left this morn- Ing for Fort Benning, Ga., after having spent five days here with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Glass. Out-of-town residents here f o r the funeral O f N . w . Trantham Monday were Pete Trnntham ol Hint., Mich., Kim Trantham. of Chicago. Sgt. and Mr.s. Gene Johnson of Amarioolo. Tex., Sgt. u. L. Johnson of Cnmp Polk, f,n. Afr Joyce Ann Thompson, Dcnald Thompson, Mr.s. Ina DeJarr-nette, Mrs. Phil Crouch nil of Dupo, II!.. Mrs. Fritz Lackon of Harlenger. Tex., Mr. nnd Mrs. Buddy Wiedau of East St. Louis. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Chamblin of Meridian, M&s.. former BlythovilJc. residents have -returned to their home after having .spent several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben White nnd other friends. Joaiui Tedlock of Los Angeles, nnhf.. Is the holiday guest tif her mints, Mrs. Lee Powell nnd Mrs J. D. Widner and families. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Howard Caldwell and Mrs. Mnry Lyon were Christmas day visitors of relatives in Ponotoc and Bruce. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Billy King and children Anne and Jimmy were holiday visitors in Corning. Ark. Mr, and Mrs. o. T. shamlln had as their Christmas day guests their Brands-oil. Larry Shnmliu and his guest Bobby Wnrncr, of the Navv, who nre stationed at Miliington Tenn. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. joe K. Warldy were Mrs. Waddy's brother. Owen Walker of Memphis, brother Lonle Walker and family of Gideon, Mo., her sister, Mrs. "Why don't you ever write anything aimed directly a.t us middle- aged old-maids?" n highly successful career woman asks me. Well, mainly because you rarely send In problems—that's why. Either you handle your personal lives with as much ease as you handle your Jobs—figuring out for yourselves whnt should be done about n situation and then going ahead and doing It—or not having husbands, you don't nave problems. Ninety per cent, at least, ol the problems that married women send in arc husband problems. Judging from the mail that has come my tray for years the pattern Is: Get a husband and you get problems. Voting Girls' Worries Are Simple Of course, .the younger career girls have problems, too. But theirs can usually be lumped together under the heading: "How can 1 meet an attractive, intelligent young man whose object is matrimony?" 11 they solve that riddle, 'then they are in the housewives group, nml have plenty of problems (hey want aired. But you women who have made careers of jobs, who have put the Charles McClanl and children. Kent and Charlotte of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Marr of Jifarkcd Tree, Gerald Mnrr of the University of Arkansas, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker of Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hancock had as their holiday guests, the Rev. and Mrs. Howell Gallup and son. Howell Gallup, Jr., of Black Oak.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Newman and daughter, Fay of Jackson. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Newman, Page Newman anl son. Page Newman, Jr.. of Ripley. Tenn., and pat Day of Memphis. Barney Cockrcll, Jr.. u. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Cockrel! of Blythevjlte who has beet: In Japan nnd Korea with the Navy Air Force for a year, is spending 30 riays here. Also guests of her parents, 'is Mrs. Shaw Wilson and Cpl. Wilson of Pismo Beach. Cnlif. Cpl. Rosco Crafton, who is serving with the Air Force in the Azores is spending H da.vs here with hist parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosco Crafton! nnd sister. Miss Rnmona Crafton. When Was Johnstown Flood? See in your free 1052 St. Joseph Calendar and Weather Chnrt. Also has historical dates, wc.-ither data, planting chart, fish- Ing, other facts. : Get at any drug counter idea of marriage out of your mind for good don't seem to have any problems you can't work out for yourselves. If you think that Is di.spo.yng ol you and your troubles too lightly —well, then semi some problems in. By doing so you may HUprove iny theory that, men are women's main problem. MANILA TIP—A sudden, heavy snow in Columbus, O., caught some pedestrians unprepared, but this ' alert office worker fashioned temporary overshoes by wrapping manila envelopes over her shoes and fastening them with rubber bands. It's a tip you may want to try some day when the weather's bad and the boss isn't looking. fREE FLUJPFY BISCUITS THAT MELT IN YOUR MOUTH ? JIEDEL'S Rrgmlartg IVOWo* low a* W 5 19 \J * While^Magic Girdles Play-lex Fob-Lined Girdlcf Playlex I'ink-Ice Girdles Play-lex* Living* Girdle* All reduced for this NEVER BEFOKE SALE It'? Ihe first sale in history of Playlcx GireUi-s-wortd's lar^est-srlling £ir<llrs at llieir rrpit.ir prirej-alisonilely jril5alion.il at tlir.'e m-vrr-hcforc, sale prices! For no oilier girdles .il nuy price have given you such a crtmliinalnm n[ sliinncsvwiili.froeiioni, of conlrol-with-rnniforl. 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