The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 27, 1951
Page 2
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FAGS TWO BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TBUMDAT, DECEMBER 2T, 1W1 Jant Sheiton, Society Editor y Pbon* 4461 Max B. Harrison Claims Bride in Church Ceremony In a double ring ceremony performed Dec. 19 In Greenville, Miss., Miss Floyce Jean steadman of Bly- thevllle and Greenville, became th« bride ol Max B. Harrison of Ely- thevllle. Mr. Harrison is the son of Judge «nd Mrs. Zal B. Harrison of Bly- thevllle. The Rev. G. H. Holloman heard the g p.m. ceremony In Trinity Methodist Church. The altar where the wedding party gathered was festooned in greenery. Miss Anna Pay* Harris ot Greenville served ns maid of honor and only feminine attendant. She was dressed in a blue wool frock which featured a full pleated skirt nnd was worn with accessories of black. She was presented 'a shoulder design of yellow roses. For her marriage, the bride was dressed in a tailored suit of Ivory Clipper satin. The fitted jacket closed with small self covered buttons and the long sleeves were pointed over the hands. She wore a hat of brown with » brief veil and, her shoes were of ivory satin. Attached to the mink muff she carried wore talisman roses. Lewis E. Steadman, brother of the bride was best num. For her daughter's marriage Mrs. Steadman was dressed In a ROTO of warm beige worn with harmonizing accessories. At her shoulder was pinned a corsage of roses. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will make their home at ,151* Hearn In Bly- thevllle where the groom is associated with his brother, Arthur S. Harrison In the practice of law. Mra. Harrison was graduated from Grwnvills High School where she was presented the Lots Jayne Memorial Award. Attending Mississippi State College, Stnrkvllle «he wu pledged to Chi Omega •ororlty and was a member of Alpha Psl Omega, honorary dramatic fraternity. Selected a campus favorite, she was a member of the State Players, Gle'e club and assistant society editor of the school paper. She was associate editor of the school annual and Is em- pk>y«l at planters Plying Service. She Is a member of Beta Sigma phi sorority. A graduate of BIythevllle High —Phnlo hy Cnlll*on EXCHANGES NUPTIAL VOWS—Mrs. Mnx B. Hnrrlson was until her Dec. 18 marriage in Oreenville, Miss., MLis Floyce Jean Slcndmtm, of BIythevllle and Greenville, daughter of Mrs. W. 8. Ste.irfnmn ol Greenville. Mr, Harrison Is the son of Judge and Mrs, Zal B. Harrison of BlytheviHa. School, Mr. Harrison attended Hen- drlx College, Conway and the University of Arkansas where he was pledged to Kappa Sigma fraternity. H* Is * veteran of service with the .Army. ^ * • • Dinner at Country Club Fetw Wedding Party Banks of yellow and white roses studded at Intervals - with ribbon fluffed tapers were arranged the length ot the "T" shaped tables used at the. Country Club Inst nlghl for the dinner honoring members of the Dlxori-Regenold wedding party. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hegenold were host and hostess' to the guests. Miss Martha Dale Dixon will lie married this -afternoon to John Edward Regenold. The dinner followed the rehearsal •t the First Baptist Church nnd Miss Dixon was dressed in a terrace length gown of white nnd tan faille topped with » brief Jacket elaborately sprinkled In pearls nnd sequins shot in gold. She was presented camellias. 75 Guests Attend Dance In Hotel Mirror Room Dancing In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble last, night entertained the 75 guests who attended the formal event given by three Dell residents in celebration of the holiday season. College students, Miss Bonnie 1.011 Sheppard and Miss Charley Ruth Blankenshlp, who attend Memphis State, and Midshipman Elwyn Caldwell, were - hostesses and host. A large Christmas tree wan set up In the ballroom and during the evening punch »n d party foods were served. Centering the'refresh- ment table was a large red candie Mrs. Scherer Entertains Thursday Rook, Guests Mrs. C. O. Scherer yesterday entertained members ol the Thursday Rook Club and guests lor the weekly afternoon meeting. Guests with the club were Mrs. Don Haley, Mrs. Crtorge Salibn, Jr., and Mrs. Sclierer. During the rook game, Mrs. Haley won high score. Mrs. Neville Bfakemore -second high and Mrs. T. O. Huey rooko. The hostess served dessert Wedding Party Has Supper men ae was a nrpe re canie A T 7 I! looped In greenery, with matching At J. 1 QOmaSOn Home The Latest In Date Wear greenery swirling about the base of the twin punch bowls set at cither end of the table. Included In the guest list were residents of Osccola, Leachville and Wilson. • « • Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Formal dance in Mirror Room of Hotel Noble ivt 8:30 p.m. Beth Buckley, Sally Tricschmann. Rosemary Monaghan, Nltn Rose Hall nnd Betsy Bell, hostesses. Saturday Ray Robbin.s and his orchestra [ays for holiday dance at Blythe- ille Country CUih, Miss Marilyn Dccn bcc-^nies ride of Benjrunin M. Lincoln at t Methodist Church. Sue Burnett At The Hosoilals RlythCTllle HnspUTxl Dismissed: Jimmy Solomon. Strole Mrs, Normrm Nicholas nnd bab> teple Mrs. Marvin Hcmsc, nnrt baby, To Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mntlge Baker and baby, Clt C. H. May, City Mrs. Paul Long and buby. City OSCEOLA—Mr. and Mrs. Jnspcr hornnson entertained members of ic bridal pnrly of their daughter, liss Knte Thompson, and Ed Mc- orkle Iftfil night ._wlth a buffet ipper at Ih'fllflhomie preceding n chenrsal at the'-First Presbyterian hurch. The marriage l.s to be pcr- ormeri t(Htny. Out-of-town residents n!so were iclmled In (he guest list and diner was served from a table ceil- erert with combined holiday ami wedding scene. 1 ). * * * lancer Sufferers Aided By Antibiotics, ACTH SYDNEY. Australia. M'I—Use of mtlblntics and the hormone, ACTH o make cancer patients more com- lortable is reporter! In the Medlca Journal ot Australia, The antibiotics are aureomycin or chlorom.vcettn. Added to drugs the patients received diets low In salt nnd with added vitamins The result, says the Journal, wa-s [hat patients who had been weak bed-ridden, in pain, and In scvera cases expecting to live only a few days or weeks, recovered their ap petiles. Some returned to work. an< pain was le.'vs. The rc|>ort i.s by Doctors F. A Magulre antl Mabel McEihone. N- cures arc expected. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Graves had as their weekend guests their son Roy Graves, and Mrs. Graves of Fordyce, Ark. Mr. and. Mrs. Bryan Johnson and daughter. Miss Jacqueline Johnson arrived yesterday from their home In Oklahoma City. Okla., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M Reg- cnold. They came especially for the marriage o/ Miss Martha Dale Dixon to John E. Regenold this after noon at < p.m. Dr. and Mrs. John P. Hoffman and son, Jackie, of Hot Springs were the weekend guests of Mrs. Hoffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin. The group, witli the Rev. Bernard Brackin and son and smith Brackin, Jr., spent Christmas day In Memphis as guests of Mr. and Mr.s. R. L. Topiwr. Sgf. 1st class Tommy Sylvester left today for Fort iilley, Kan. where he is attending! Officers Candidate School, after having spent the holidays here with hi.5 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. David Sylvester will arrive tomorrow from his home in Oklahoma City, Okla,, to be with his parents for several days. George Muir is reported In an improved condition at hts home on Davis Street, whore he has been confined for several days. Mr. and Mr.s. Bryant F. Stewart, Jr., and daughter, Jean Frances of Campbell, Mo., were Wednesday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, Bryant P. Stewart and Miss Pollyruin Stewart. Miss Hazel Ijlnsmnii returned to the United States aboard Die liner the S3 Washington Dec. 22 to spend 30 days In Blytheville with her mother, Mrs. 7/.ila l.insman. Miss Llnsman has been employed In Munich, Germany for tile pas) two antl one half years ns head ol the Accounting Section of the Corps of Engineers unit there. Miss Llns- man plans to return to Germany in February for another two years service. She arrived in Mempli Dec. 23 by plane, Christmas weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. W. O. Anderson of Ar morel were Mr. nnd Mrs. James Bel nnd son Billy, of Stuttgart: Mr. an< Mrs. Harold Anderson and sor Harold, Jr. of Marlanna; Mr.s Charles Anderson and family Pcnsacola, Fla., nnrt Mr. Anderson who Is serving with the Navy In San DleRo. They were Joined Christmas day by Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson Jr., of Armorel. The proup. with the exception of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Anderson and family, left yesterday for their homes. Mr. and Mr.s. Anderson will leave In several dnys for San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory H. Atkins anrt daughter, "Wendy of Bixby, Okla., are spending several days with Mr. Atkins' granrlparenU, Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Harnlsh. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Rltey and Mrs. Helen Bradford have returned to their home In Crawforrtsville afler hnvlng been the holiday guests ot Mr. ami Mr.s. B. G. Sheiton. Condition of J. C. Harnish. who) is been 111 for the past two weeks, reported ns satisfactory. Mrs. Carl E. Bailey, Jr.. ot Little cck Is the housnguest of her moth- r. Mrs. D. M. Cutler. Mrs. Bailey ill return to her home after Jan. 1, Pfc. Jame-s E. Wlmbcrly will leave nn. 2 for Kee.sler Air Force Base, lloxl, Miss., after spending the hristmas holidays here with his arent.s. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. \Vlm- erley. Pfc. Jnck W. King left this after- oon for Cnmp Stewart, Oa., after aving been the holiday guest of is mother. Mrs. W. L. Green, and ister. Mrs. Gene Strickland, and Ir. Strickland. MARRIED IN HOME CEREMONY —Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown, Jr., are shown at the reception following their marriage Sunday at the James Anderson home. The bride is the former Miss Charline Wicker. The couple will be at home in Elythevillo. Music*] rrocram Given The Music of Bethlehem, choir cantata, wa-s presented by 20-voice choir at the First Baptist Church last Wednesday evening un der the direction ot R. O. Pittman, with organ accompaniment by Mrs, R. L. Hoilck, Holiday decorations were provided by MLss Margaret Miss Wicker Is Wed n Home Ceremony Miss Charline Wicker, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joe E. Wicker, exchanged nuptial vows with Tom Brown, Jr., Sunday In a 2 p.m. cere- nony at the James Anderson home on East Cherry Street. Mr. Brown is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Sr., ol Blytheville. The Rev. G. T. Owens, minister of the Full Gospel Tabernacle officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Anderson i.s a sister of the bride. The wedding party gathered at a large picture window before which was arranged an arch of cedar centered with a targe red bow. At either side stood baskets of polnsettias. Miss Delores Stonem of St. 1/nus attended as maid of honor and was —Photo by Fauiht dressed in a suit of black wool worn with black accessories and a cor- se of pink carnations. F'or her marriage, tne bride chose dress of winter white wool featuring n trim of black dotted in pearls. Her accessories were of black and were reptile trimmed anti at her shoulder was pinned an orchid Jumes Brown served as his brother's best man. I reception followed for thi guests, and wedding cake and puncl were served from a lace-laid table Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. M. E. Wlcke and Mrs. James Brown served the guests. For her daughter's marriage. Mrs Wicker chose a dress of gray worn with black accessories. Mrs. Brown Moffitt, Mrs. John Thweatt, and Mrs. O. Howton. Langidont Hold Optn HOUM Mr. and Mrs. Royal B. Langsdon held open house at their home Sunday afternoon. Friends from Blytheville, Luxora, and Osceola 'isited from four to six. The re- reshment table was covered with a ace tablecloth, centered with a massive candle based on bronze magnolia leaves and surrounded by multicolored balls. The hosts were assisted in serving by Misses Emma Lee Kennamer and Gretchen Barnes, and Mrs. Louis George. Canasta Club Has Party Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio entertained their three-table Canasta lub with a dinner party at their country home last Wednesday night. Members exchanged gifU after the games. Prize winners in the games were A. B. Rozelle and Mrs. Elmer Hall, Personals Luxora teachers spending the Christmas holidays with friends and relatives out of town inchul!; Muss Emma Lee ::: Conway, Miss Gretchen Barne.s in Reinze, Miss., Mrs. J. 1. MiffHn In Smaekover. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hays in Pine Bluff and Paragould Mr. and Mrs. Tye Adams and daughter in Pine Bluff. College students arriving home last weekend to spend the holiday vacation period included George Stanford from Arkansas State. Robert Gray from Arkansas Tech. D. H. White, Jr., from East Mississippi Junior CoUeg«, Mlsiee Wilma L»yrx and Christine Johnson from Ar- kansu state Teachers, Tommy Stanford from the University of Arkansas, James L. Edwards from Oklahoma A A M, and Miss Wad* McHenry from Louisiana State. W. E. Head, 8r., was it buslnesi visitor in St. Ix«ii» and Springfield, Mo., for several d»ys last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. Pardeecty, Jr., of Alexandria, La., are spending th» holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farde«cey, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Powell ar« visiting In Nashville, Tenn.. for sev. eral days with their daughter, MM. W. D. McClurkln, and family. Mr. md Mra. CJay chrisco «nd presented white carnations. The couple will make their home ' children are spending a motor vacation trip In California. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold White M spent Christmas with their rela- lives In Hamburg and Crossetl. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Self and son of Michigan are the houseguests of hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Self. Mrs. H. C. Davidson of Greenville, Miss., was the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. J. Gllleaple, for thi weekend. The Rev. H. L. Robinson and . mother, Mrs. Mary Robinson, are visiting relatives irr St. Louis for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Thompson and daughter are spending several days in Conway with her mother . Mrs. W. L. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whltmore and daughters left Saturday for a visit of several nays with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Whltmore, in ' Idabel, Okla. Miss Frances Rcrelle of Memphis was _ the Christmas guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Rozelle. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stevens and daughter. Diane, spent Christmas day visiting relatives in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts and family, and Mrs. J. W. Dolen, all ^ of Memphis, were houseguests of •£ Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio over the weekend. Service personnel spending holiday leave-s with friends and relatives here include Earl Hickerson, Bobby Martin, Billy Burns, Lonzo McRae, and Joe Dudley Smith. at 318 ' North Broadway. mother of the groom was dressed Ir an afternoon gown of blue worn I town guests were Mr. and with black accessories. Both were Marvin Davis of Memphis. Out-of- Mrs. Read Courier News Classified Ads, Marriage Licenses The following couples obtalne marriage licenses Saturday at the j office ot the county clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Thomas Walsh of Kewanna. 111.. and Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson of Lo- iiii.|iori, 111. John Ertwiud Reecnnld of Armorel and Miss Maltha Dale Dixon of Slkeston, Mo. William Franklin Smith and Mrs. Nola Smith, both of Manila. Bnrcn F. Flannltran of Leachville and MLss Patty Lynn Wright of Manila. 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