The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 29, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS June <? • •/ czocieltt Shelton, Society Editor f Goble-Clinton Vows Exchanged Dec. 21 O6CEOLA—Mr. and Mrs. JesM Clinton are today announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Wilma Lou Clinton to Pfc. Ronny Goble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Goble, Sr., of Carson Lake. The ceremony was performed Deo. 21 In Wynne and Mr. and Mrs. Alec Goble, Jr., were the couple's attendants. The bride was dressed in a battleship grey wool suit worn with black accessories. At her shoulder *ere pinned red carnations. The bride and groom were graduated from Osceola High School »nd Mrs, Goble attended Draugh- ons Business College In Memphis. Pfc. Goble entered the armed forces and li stationed at Wichita Falls. Tex. Pfc. Goble will return to camp Jan. 1 and Mrs. Goble will temporarily maXe her home with her parent!. • « • Candlelight Dinner 'Honors .Wedding Party Members Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers last night entertained with a dinner ^loncring members of the Deen, Lincoln wedding party preceding a rehearsal »t the First Methodist Church. Mias Marilyn Deen and Benjamin U, Lincoln will be married today at 4 pjn. The buffet supper was served from the dining table, which was centered with the figures of a bride and groom festooned in ornament- Btudded greenery. Small bud vases holding dainty blooms'centered each of the smnll tables at which guests were seated Jor the candlelelght meal. A gardenia WM pinned at the ihoulder of Mtss Deen's navy blue wool drex, which she chose for the occasion. A rehearsal at the, church followed. Luncheon «t the T. J. Seay home on West Chickasawba yesterday complimented the feminine member* of the bridal party. Mr«. Gfrady Magee and Mrs. Seay were hostesses for the pre-nuptial •vent. were seated tl I ta> i4'»rtrioo*rand topping ««ch WM * miniature'Yule treVwt in a wreath of.holly. Roses •nd greenery were arranged in the room. Jtor th* occasion Miss Decn was presented gardenias from her hosl- esse*. who also gave her a gift of pictures. .Winter Wonderland Theme For Dance at Noble The Minor Boom of Hotel Noble last night was transformed into winter wonderland scene for a formal dance honoring 150 members .of the teen-age and college sets s during .the holiday season. Rosemary Monaghan, Belli Buckley, EcUy Bell, Ntta Rose HP.!! Bally Trieschmann were hostesses Jor the event. The walls were covered In white end sprinkled in silver. At one end of a long wall rested a large whit bell. Frosted snowballs were set in each window of the ballroom and »t one end stood two life size fig lire* of snowmen cire&sed in fu] regalia. The- table from which party food; and punch were served throughou the event also was a winter scene with a tiny snow decked evergreen two snowtopped and lighted house providing the centerpiece. A large number of out-of-towi residents were included In the gues list. Parents of the hostesses attends the event. ' Birthday Honors Shared By 3 Members of Family Birthday honors were shared b trree members of the Stromire family yesterday when J. F. Stromire, his daughter, Mrs. Bertha Mae Ward and her daughter, Pcp- gy Ruth Ward celebrated the triplr event with a dinner party at the Ward home at Gosnell. Family members and friends fit tended the event. BECOMES BRIDE— Mrs. Ronny Goble was until her Dec. 21 marriage, Miss Wilma Lou Clinton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clinton of Osceola. Pfc. Goble is stationed at Wichita Falls, Tex. 8ATOTDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1981 ML« Mary Sue Crafton left today for Rulherfordton, N, C., to be the guest of Ensign O, A, Mines, Jr., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mines, ifter having been lh« holiday guest pf her parents. Mr. »nd Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Miss Crafton will return to Brenau, Gainesville, Ga., where she is a sophomore, from Rutherford ton. Mrs. Raymond Beaty and children left Thursday (or their home In Pairhopt, Ala., alter having been the guests of Mrs. Beaty's mother, Mrs. C. E. Parks, slater, Mrs. Albert Coleman and brother, Cecil Paries. They were accompanied to Mem- Miss Peggy Jane Driver Exchanges Vows with Milton Lloyd God ley, Jr. OSCEOLA—simplicity marked the wedding of Miss Peggy Jane Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver to Milton Lloyd Qodley, r., son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lloyd Oodley, at the First Presbyterian' Church, yesterday. Members of the Immediate faml- es of the couple attended the cere- lony. White chrysanthemums and white tnpcrs in branched candelabra •etc set tigalnst a bank of south- rn smilax. An arch covered in vhlte satin find entwined with reenery was flanked by tall baskets of white chrysanthemums tied witli satin streamers. The pro dleu where (he couple knelt was covered n white satin and «l either end, lusters of bridal'roses were tied vith satin ribbons. The Rev. Chalmers Henderson ifflciatcd and a program of nup- ,tnl music wan presented. The bride was giver, in marriage by her father and wore a gown of moopilow «41n^ The low cut neck- '"VrtiodMw und had Illusion A le*( design of utln pallettes and pearls irnced its way over the bodice and into the yoke. The sleeves were long and ended In points over the hands. The bnck center line was closed with tiny satin-coveted buttons. The skirt was full nnd enhanced with a large medallion design of pailettes nnd pearls. her rlnger-tlp veil of Importer French illusion was held by a sweet heart cap of matching satin trlm- meri in seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet attached to a fnn of illusion. A white orchid centered the arrangement ol bride's roses and stcphanolls which was held in white satin streamers. Miss Lnlu Driver, sister of the bride was dressed in a formal gown of Christmas red velvet.- The por. trait neckline featured a bertha nnr the floor length skirt fell in un- prcsscd pleats, she carried n colonial bouquet of while roses nnd sic- phanolis tied with French satin sirenrn^rs. Mr. Oodley served as his son's best man. Original down For her daughter's marriage, Mrs Driver wore a California original o silk tissue^ taffeta in soft blue. Thi modified Sweetheart neckline wai accented by rhinestone clips caugh at either side to encase tucks. Wltl this she wore a smnlt lint covcrci in while silk nnd lilac blooms spark ed with scattered rhtnestones. Sin pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Mother of the groom, Mrs. God ley, wore an orisinul model it claret crept. Her accessories were o black and she pinned a corsage o orchids at her shoulder. A reception was held followin the ceremony in the recreation roon phis by C«il Parks Jerry Thomas, who and will nephew, visit In * RUTH MILLETT f the church. The bride's table was overlaid •1th n filet cloth and centered with tiered cake lopped with valley ly. Garlands of white roses and ardenlns with puffs of sntln circled he cake. The corners of the table 'ere caught with white satin bows. Miss Marjorie Doyle. Mrs. O. T. Richardson ami Mrs. Denver Wllsnn sslsted In serving the guests. Miss '•htrley Bowen Driver, sister of the iride hnd charge of the guest book Following the reception the couple eft on a southern wedding trip, ilrs. Qodley changed to a green weed spring suit with luggage tan accessories nnd pinned the orchid ' om her bouquet at her shoulder They will make their home In Ok- ahonia City where Mr. Qodley will receive his degree in medicine next June. Memphis as guesis of Iheir brother and uncle, Roy C. Parks and Randolph Parks and families. Mrs. B. B. Wilson has returned from Pine Bluff where she had been the holiday guest of her son, John Bruce Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and daughter, Debbie. She was Joined in Pine Bluff for the holidays by her son, Lt. Dick Wilson and Mrs. Wilson and daughter, Miss Mary Emily Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Burton ol Brlnkley are the weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. B. Joyner. Johnny Logging is in Danville as guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Landers. / Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family had as their holiday guests Mrs. Forrest's brother, Audrey Hungerford and Mrs, inmserford of Dyersburg and Mrs. Forrest's sister, Mrs. Fred Thomas and daughter, Ann, of Brownsville. Term. While here they also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Walters »nd family of Luxora and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hart and family of Burdctte. Mrs. W. T. French is a patient at Blytheville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnnrd Gooch returned last night from Cairo, 111., where they had been the holiday guests of Mr. Gooch's mother, Mrs, B. A. Gooch. En route home they visited In SI. Louis with their ephew, Murray Phillips and fam- Two Faces to the World Leave You Featureless B)' RUTH MILLETT, NKA Staff Writer There Is on« type of woman who self with the "right" people. U never Attractive to anybody long. That U the woman who Is one person for show and another person when she thinks no one Important sizing her up. You are bound to know at least one woman who has a "best" personality for special occasions, and a careless personality for every day use. She Is the kind whcse voice turns from sugar to curtness when she answers the telephone, depending on whether or not the caller is Mr.!. Important inviting her to tea, or Mrs. Workhard waiting to sell her a mag«zlne subscription. She U the kind of woman who treats her children impatiently until a visitor comes into the living room and then starts calling them She Is the woman who saves her compliments for those who need them the least, she uses compliments, not to give a lift to those who' need it, but to ingratiate her The Bert — For Olhera She U the woman, who always saves the bejt for company—figuring there Is no point In making much of in effort for the family. You'll find her family eating in the kitchen unless company Is expected. She Is the woman who is never «s careful of the feelings of those who serve her as of those she considers her superiors. She is the woman who can dres: up to look like a million when (he Is going to a party, but who goes around the house looking like a wreck. Bhe Is the woman who Is more Interested In buying "show" than in buying comfort, when sh« selects the furnishings for her home. She Ls not one person, but two distinct and separate personalities However, she never manages to hide her ordinary self for long. That is why for all her efforts she never succeeds In keeping anyone Impressed for any length of time. MembMi 6f Luxora Rotary Club ntertalned their wives and child- en with »n annual Christmas p*r- y last Thursday night at the ehool CRfeterit. Thirty two guests ere pretent. Donald Wertz, club :ce-pres!dent, acted as master of eremonles. assisted by Leonard Ellison. The prr Benefit Bridge To Be Jan. 6 A Damon Runyon Cancer Benefit Bridge will be played Jan. C at Hoel Peabody in Memphis under the auspices ^of the Duplicate Bridge Association of Memphis. The two sessions will be at 1:30 ind 7:30 p.m. and dinner will be ierved. A ?roup of Blytheville residents plan to attend the charity ..event. Coming Events Social Calendar Ray Saturdmy Bobbins and his orchestra plays for holiday dance at Blythe- vllto Country^- Club. Miss Marilyn Dean becomes the brldo of Benjamin M. Lincoln at First Methodist Church. Monday Mrs. J. o. Huey entertains Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. Group of high school student; entertaining with formal dance at Woman's Building at Walker Park, Wednesday Deltoiiian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Lewis Henderson hostess to SIB Club. Thursday Mrs. T. O. Huey hostess to Thursday Rcok Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays »' Holcl Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Friday WMU Executive Board of Firs Baptist Church has I p.m. lunch eon meeting wllh Mrs. -H. H. Brooks Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets a Hotel Noble nt 1:30 p.m. Might? Cold According to official records the U. S. Weather Bureau, In Feb ntary, 1899. ,the thermometer go down to below zero at Tallahas see. Florida. :y. Mr. Phillips Is hevllle resident. » former Bly- OSCEOLA NEWS By Beltye Nelle Starr lub Dance Will be Tonight Members of Blytheville Country club and their out-of-town guests tonight will dance to the music of Ray Robbins and his orchestra when they play for another in series of club dates. There will be no admission charge for the members and their guests. Open Hou»e Held Mr. and Mrs. Bill Joe Edrington held open house Christmas Eve at their home for their friends among the young married set. A large Yule tree holding varicolored ornaments was placed in the reception room. Eggiiog and traditional Christmas foods were served from a table overlaid In damask. Rising from the styrofoam bank of snow were slender burning white tapers set amid vivid red carnations. I.ineys Hold Drop-rn One of the many parties given during the holidays was the drop- In at the navtde Laney'home. The custom of friends calling Christmas day Is a tradition of several years. Christmas carols were played and an arrangement of greeting curds formed the focal point of Interest in the entertaining room. A tree made of frosted fern fronds and a handpaintcd jar- dinlese holding Christmas red gladioli was used. The refreshment table was overlaid with a point de Venise cloth and the center design was large bunches of green lavender and purple baubles forming grape clusters linked with silver holly leaves. Branched candelabra holding white tapers provided the illumination. Miss Joanne Laney presided at the handpalnted punch bowl. Personals Mr, and Mrs. Joe Applebaum of Osceola and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dortch of Memphis will attend the unveiling of a bust ol their brother- in-law, Nathan Ostrov, in Yazoo Cable, her niece. Mrs. David Laney, and family. With the Courts Circuit (Civil) : Doyle Henderson vs. L. T. Bills suit on note. L,. E. Townsend vs. George Farmer, suit to recover damages said to have been suffered when U.S cotton loan was made on crop. Circuit (Criminal) : Susie B. Richardson, murder. At The Hospitals lie Hospital Dismissed: Marvin Pulley, City Mrs. Elizabeth Graves. City Mrs. Malcom Hovls, Osceola James Robert Blackvvood. Dell Walls Hospital Dismissed: I. C. May, Rt. 3 J. H. Hall. City Mrs. Margaret, Kemper and baby. City Mrs. W. A. Carter and baby. Ca- ruthersvllle C. F. Henderson, Holland. Penicillin Factory Planned for India NEW DELHI. Wy — India wl nave its own penicillin factory in 1953 producing every year 3,600. 100,000,000 units, increasing later ti 9 trillion units, official sources her said. Plans to achieve this objectiv lave been made by the (zovernmen of India jointly with the Worl HeaU.h Organization and the Unit ed Nations International Children Tmergency Fund. The agreement envisages th training of about 30 Jndians in Be glum, the United States and Cans da for si xmonths on penicillin pn duction. Two have already com pleted training in Europe. Owen, 8r,, «nd Mr. and Mrs. On. ver Driver and grandchildren. Major and Mrs. L. N. Rodger* were the overnight guests Wednet- day of his parents, Mr. and Mr». B. M. Dodgers, Major Rodgcrs la enroute to a new station assignment at Fort SID, Oklahoma, Irom Ft. Bliss, Texats activities Restricted The United States Supreme Court has jurisdiction to entertain appeals from the Supreme Courts of the states when right arising under onslsted of a quiz game and musl- «1 guessing presentations. Gifts •ere presented to the guests and lembers of the cafeteria cooking taff. Holiday decorations were urnlshed by Mrs. R. L. Houck. Mr. and Mrs. Ray olive held open ouse Christmas afternoon at their ew country home, with several iuxorans and guests dropping in rom four until seven. Members of the Methodist Youth hoir vlsit*d community homes lunday night, rendering Christ- las carols to households displaying ghfced candles in the windows, Jimmy Layel, United States 'avy, stationed at Norfolk, Vic- inia. Is spending a holiday leave 'ith relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. A. Llverant have as icir houseguest their nephew, iario ".iverant, of Mexico City, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Montgomery nd son, Travis," were weekend vis- tors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Majors, nd Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Meadows f Armorel. Ricky, young son of Mr. and Mrs. . C. Ingram, is in Memphis Meth- dist Hospital.-- other Luxorans on he sick -list Include R. N. Forbes ,fc hU home. Jimmy Tucker and Vernon Cun- ilngham of Gary, Indiana, are vis- Ling their relatives here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen re- urned home Wednesday after a our-day visit with Mrs. Eowcn's ather and sister in Bentonvllle, Arkansas. 'Mr. ana Mrs. Harry Stanford and ,on, Edward, returned home alter i holiday visit in Kilgore, Texas. Miss Peggy Rodgers of Memphis vas the Christmas guest of her )arents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Long of Mich•an are the houseguests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Long. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Barron and children have just returned home after a visit of several days with relatives In Birmingham. Herbert J. Fowler, who has Just seen discharged from Naval service, lias Joined his family here, where he will make his home. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Skeen and Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Skeen, Sr. had their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reed and children of Lambert, Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. <. C. Steward of Melbourne, Arkansas, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Sk :en. Jr. '"and' family of Blytheville. Recent Memphis visitors included federal law are Involved. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday ScrtMteM Serial: "Pirate Harbor" Also Cartoon Conf. Show. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday—2 Hifs Mr. L. < D. Rozclle, Miss Florence Read Courier News Classified Ada. Rush, Mrs. A, J. I-^wis, Mrs. Roy DOUGLAS -MAYO AlR'BRENNAN • _. WARNKR BROS: ALONG THE GREAT DIVIDE —And— Rice Exports Soar BANGKOK, Thailand (if)— Thailand expect* to ship a record breaking; 1,500,000 tons of rice during 1351—more than that cxporlcci any year since the war. For the first nine months of this year rice exports reached 1,160.000 tons compared to the previous record of 1.100,000 for the same period last year. Try Our Famous JUMBO FAN TAILED FRIED SHRIMP Exclusively al the RAZORBACK "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST Now In Oar New Budding Bible Study. ..9 a.m. Wroship. • .10 a.m. Evening Worship, 6 p.m. You Are Invited Sermons Morning—"Things New" Evening—"Heed the Call" City, Miss., Sunday. BOOKKEEPER WANTED! An experienced bookkeeper Jo keep set of automotive hooks and manage genera! office. Present bookkeeper leaving next month for Bermuda. This is a fine job for the person who can qualify. Con- lacl Tom Little, Jr. at Blytheville Motor Co. No phone calls, please. Mr. and Mrs, Than T'elton and daughter, Suzanne, of Bay Town, Tex., have returned home after spending the holidsj's with relatives and friends -here. Mr. and Mrs. John Moron of Memphis were holiday guests of Mrs. Moran's sister, Mrs. Lalah iZSAXAll BIlHGcKOUE GIAOK GWI — OAYID BUIUI u-rsi". 5:= Also Metro News Cont. Showing Sun. 2-11 Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Phone 2752 Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday SELL BUY TMDi £TC. Sell It .. advertising by using classified th* COURIER! u» tuna-ROBERT msm H. F. SHARP KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily CHURCH OF CHRIST MAIN & DIVISION STREETS Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear sam« day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Serial: "Mysterious Island" Also Selected Shorts Conl. Show Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & .Monday mm SHELLEV mm Paramount News & Selected Shorts

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