The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 31, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 31, 1951
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?AGE TWO BLTTHEVIT,LK fAKK.) COURTETt NEWS Jane Society, fyjew-d; Shelton, Society Editor f ' Phone 4461 Lincoln-Deen Vows Are Said With the gowns of the fom- hiine attendants forming a contrast with the banks of tandle' lighted greenery arranged in the First Methodist Church Saturday, Miss Marilyn Been became the bride of Benjamin Myers Lincoln of Little Rock. The bride is Die daughter of Mrs. George Prcntis Smith of Blythe- vllle 'and Mr. Lincoln is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Alpln Lincoln ol Little Rock. The Rev. Roy I. Bngley officiated at the 4 p.m. single ring cere- ' mony which was sold before hundreds of well-wishers and relatives of the couple. Preceding the entry of the wedding party, the rows of cathedral Upern were lighted by sisters of the groom. Miss Lucy Lincoln and Miss Lydla Lincoln of Little Rock. They were dressed In ballerina length gowns of lace, which were fashioned with fitted bodices gathered to Jull skirts. Their shoulders were encircled with stoles of a matching lace. Miss Lincoln chose dusty rose and Miss Lydia Lincoln was dressed in chartruse luce. Both wore wristlets of gardenias. As the guests assembled and during the ceremony a program of music was given by Mrs. John Caudill, organist, and Miss JoAnn Trieschmann, vocalist. Mrs. Gnu- dill's selections Included the traditional wedding marches and Miss Trteschmsnn sang, "All For You" Hid "I Love Thee". As the couple knelt, she sang "The Lord's Pray{ «r." They were presented corsages ' •! camellias. Howl of Tap«rt The chancell rail directly behind Bi« wedding party was covered In Rnllax and studded with cathedral tapers. A umilax arch centered the 1*11 and placed directly beneath the arch waa a large basket of satin Bed whit* gladioli. Three p»lr« of branched candela- fc», each entwined In the smllax provided the Illumination and set en th« itooncl floor level was the Mtln laid prt dieu, which was •domed with a spray ol the wed- <Urjf blooms tied In satin. Cathedral t»p*rs lighted the floor level, which W*s had » If* focrt point of Inter- Mt a screen covered In smllax and topped In a burning arch of con- ttlev. Floor baskets of blooms stood •n UM tiro* levels, Th» fatnlnlntt attendants wore (owns of Identical design fashioned from orchid faille. Mr» fcarv of honor *hd Dessert Canasta Given At Horton Home on Heam Fellou- employes of Mrs. Edward Rousael and Mrs. J. W. Logan at Ark-Mo Power Co,, gathered Friday night at the Hearn Street home of Mra. BUI Horlon for a dessert canasta party and to shower the honorees with assorted gifts. Mrs. James Vest was co-hostess for the occasion. Mrs. Houssel wns presented layette gifts and Mrs. Logan, who Is leaving Blytheville soon was show. ei-ed with assorted gifts. Bud vases holding single red roses centered each table and set about the room were bouquets of white chrysanthemums. Following the canasta games, the guests of honor displayed their assorted gifts. Dance Is Given' At the Club A capacity crowd composed of members of the Country Club and their out-of-town guests Saturday night danced to the music of Ray Bobbins and his orchestra. The holiday dance was another In the series of event* for which well-known bands play. The club ballroom was decorated In greenery and the holiday motif for the occasion. MONDAY, DECEMBER 91, At The Hospitals of N«r Or- —Courier Newj pholo Sir. and Mr* Benjamin Myers IJneoln gave her In marriage, was Sarah Hagley, who served as flower girl. Her gown o( white faille was fn.-ihioned identical to those of the other feminine attendants ami her waist was encircled with a band of orchid satin. She carried a basket of white blooms and at her waist was pinned a rosette of roses. White Satin Gown The bride entered the sanctuary dressed in a formal gown of lustrous white satin. Fashioned with a portrait neckline, It featured a joke of nylon Illusion, which Joined " '^--;L— .j,-- -'~~ —• the m^ilrled/'Aatiri uuqiqc, uc u her alst«'« matron H»ce Jludded ,ln .«ed pearls bridwrnalds were MUs the neck and w«istl',r;iij,'ar; Kill Smith, »lst«r of the bride, Mrs. Lone HarcUnger of Allba, la., sis- tar of ttl« groom, Mrs. Edgar D. OK- Mr o* Little Rock «nd Mrs. J. M. WUl!»m», Jr. Their (own* were fashioned with botero )«cket« and cap sleeves end- IC| in standing collars. Wide bands of th« material encircled the dropped ihcrulder lines and the full •klrto featured slits drapes with Mch lid* being tucked slightly at the hemline over starched crinoline. The brtdeEmatdc carried cascades •f whlt« carnations fiet against letvti of purple «nd flowing away Into brief satin streamers of match- Ing «ttn. They each wore white carnation* set In orchid satin In their hair. Mrs. Brooks' bouquet of white •irnitions wai tied In foliage green rttln and set in leaves ol matching hu«. Her hairdo ol carnations also was tied in green. Entering directly before the bride med her uncle, O. J. Rodgers who Ifesi'atfd long fitted slceics ending In'bands of the- lace .lilted over the hands. A rieplum of the lace Joined the satin skirt at the waistline and rows of the lace were placed" at pointed Intervals down the bouffant skirt. The entire hem was outlined in the. lace. Her fingertip veil of Illusion was secured to a Juliet cap of lace which was outlined In a seed pearl encrusted rutlle of nylnn net. Her bridal flower was a pure white orchid set In a' cascade ol white snapdragon florettes, which extended Into the streamers of white satin. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs, Smith chose an afternoon gown ot wisteria blue crepe trimmed in rhlncstones and worn with a hat of brown lace and brown accessories. Mrs. Lincoln, mother of the groom entered dressed In gown of British gray crepe worn with accessories of green. At the shoulder line of both gowns were pinned brown cyprediiim orchids. Johnny Washbnrn of Little Rock acted as best man and ushering the guests were Dob Owen of Dallas, Tex., Hunter Pryor ol Joncsboro. Travis Crews of Little Rock and John White of BlythevWe. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln received the guests at a reception In the church social rooms. Reception Follom _ Baskets of the wedding flower set against greenery formed the backdrop for the scene. The bride's table was overlaid In a ciitwork C j 0 th edged In lace filet. Crystal set on n base of sterling silver 'and hold- Ing white carnations Interspersed In white lacolon formed the table's center design. Five-branched silver candelabra stood at either side. At either end of the lone tnble was arranged the tiered wedding cake which was topped with the figures' of a bride and groom and surrounded In white carnations, and the greenery festooned punch bowl, Mrs. Jesse Horner served the wedding cake and : presidium nt the punch bowl were Mrs. Eugene Amen ind Mrs. Maurice Sanders. Miss Nancy Holland had charge ol the guest book. All were presented carnation corsages. For a southern wedding trip, the bride changed to a winter ensemble of black wool featuring a golden trim and worn with accessories of black and gold and the orchid from her brJdnl bouquet.. The couple will be at home In Little Rock, where the groom Is attending the University of Arkansas Medical school. Save $ 2 50 ! 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Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Club 78 has annual New Year's Eve dance at Hotel Noble Mirror Room at 8 p.m. Wednesday Garden Department nt the Wo- mnns Club has 3:30 p.m. meetinc at the club. Mrs. O. G. Caurtil] hostess to Town and Country Club. Deltonian chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Lewis Henderson hostess to CIS Club. Thursday Mrs. T. O. Huey hostess to Thursday Rcok Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at. Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Friday Eastern Star has potluck supper Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Bailey motored Mr. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Lottie B. Bailey to her home in Puxlco. Mo., yesterday after she had spent the holiday season here with her »on and hk family. Maj. Charles stubhs and his mother, Mrs. C. I/. Stubbs of Blodgett, Mo,, were the weekend guests of Mrs. Mary Henley. Major Stubhs is stationed at San Antonio, Tex. MlM Betty Dodds returned Saturday from Newburn. Tcnn.. where she had spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Klldow and daughter left today for their home in Lubbock, Tex., after having been the guests of Mr. KiMow's sister. Mrs. Eddie Sallba and family. Mrs. Edward E. Smith left yes terday for her home in Baton Rouge, La., after having been the guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman. MLss Muriel Knud-sen has arrived from her home in Rochester, Minn., to be the new year's holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen. Mrs. James B. Clark has returned from Caruthersbllle where she had spent the holidays. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin P. Stubblefield returned Saturday from a wedding trip to New Orleaas and are now at home at 900 Walnut. Mr. and Mrs, Emil Damon have as their hou.seguesU Mr. and Mrs. Edward Townsend and son, Mark of Waco, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Towiwend had been visiting In Charleston, Mo., as guests of Mr. Townsend's mother, Mr.s. Grace Townsencl. Mrs. Townsend Is the former Miss Joyce Damon. Chancellor and Mrs. W. Leon Smith and daughter, Janoel, were holiday guests of Judge Smith's mother.. Mrs. W. H. Smith of Jackson, Miss. F Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mills and son, Benny, of Memphis, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum. Miss Florence Moore will return tomorrow from Newbern, Tenn.. where she has been the holiday visitor of relatives. meeting at the Masonic Temple on Davis Street followed by 8 p.m. public Installation of officers. Chapter "N" of PEO has 2 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr. WMU Executive Board of First Baptist Church has 1 p.m. .luncheon meeting with Mrs. H. H.^Brooks. Saturday Dupl.cate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Square dancing at the Country Club beginning ' at 8 p.m. OSCEOLA NEWS By Rettye Nolle Starr Knlertain With Dance Jo Rny Simmons JMld Llewelyn White entertained 35 members ol the tcen-ngc crowd U'ith a dance Frldny liislu nt the new Vicme o( Mr. Rnd Mrs. Ed Simmons, parents of Ml.vs Simmons. Decorations used Included clusters of mistletoe, holly nnd red berries. Miss Simmons received in a forest green taffeta tlnnce frock, and Miss White in a black and while starched faille dance dress. Miss Suzunne Fclton of Dayton, t'exas. was an out-of-town guest. Holiday treats were served from a uflet table covered with a white loth and centered with sprays of illy surrounding red candles. Personal Vance and Raymond Cart-wright left. Saturday lor a two month's vacation In Miami, Fta. They plan to attend the New Year's fcotball game in the Orange Bowl tomorrow. 1 Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein has returned to her home in New Orleans, La., alter spending Christmas with her mother, Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laney of Camden, are spending several days here ss gUc.sU of Mr. ana Mrs. David Laney and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Jr., of Houston. 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Send 25 cents not,- for your copy Day Sleilers February has only 28 days because of two Roman emperors Ju- ;uis Caesnr took off one day to add to the month of July, which was named for him, ami Augustus did the same thing to August. * RUTH MILLETT Courtesy and Kindliness Help Make House a Home »r RUTH MILLETT, NBA SUM Writer I« your houw a home in the finest meaning of the word? That Is a question that should concern every housewife. For It U the woman of the house who has the ability to turn a family dwelling place Into a real home. Here u a check list that should give you a fairly good Idea of how your house rates as a home. One. Is It as comfortable as your energy and Ingenuity can make it? Two. Are friends of all members of the family always made welcome even at times that are actually inconvenient to you? (Hospitality cannot always be. planned In advance. The housewife who Is unhappy because the house Isn't In apple-pie order when unexpected zuests turn up destroys the true hospitality a-real home should always be ready to offer.) Three. Is the prtvacy of each member of the family respected? That can be established by such simple rules us always knocking on a closed door; never rummaging through another's personal things; never reading another's mall; never discussing a member's faults with outsiders or betraying the confidence of even the smallest child. IIOBRIKS SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED Pour. Are Individual nobbles encouraged, so that the home offers its members a chance to spend Interesting hours in Individual pursuits? Five. Does the home offer its members good music, good books and good food, attractively served? Six. Is there cooperation, rather than selfish Indifference, among :he family members? Any woman who can score on all of those points deserves to be proud of the job of home-making she Is doing. For she managed to turn a house into a home. ST. fOSEPH CALENDAR AND . ^WEATHER CHART Contains historical dates weather breeding planting, fishing data' ..At any dru« counter—It's rKIv YOUTH RALLY FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and.Vjne Sts. Blytheville, Arts. Will Entertain the South Central District of the Pentecostal Church of God in a District P.Y.P.A. Rally New Year's Day, Jan. 1, 1952 Dinner Will Be Served Out of Town Visitors Quartets iHinisfers, Singers, P.Y.P.A. Group Dueti and Sectional Leaders from neigh. Solos boring states and towns will be Music present. Services: 10:00. A.M. - 2:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Rev. JM. E. Wicker, Dist. P.Y.P.A. President, in Charge REV. G. T. OWENS, Host Pastor When we wish you the joys and happiness of the Season, we do so with the sincerity that comes from our hearts. It has been a source of real pleasure to be able to serve you during this past year. Our i\ 7 ew Year's resolution will be to continue to merit your confidence. 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