The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 15, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 19W — Society News — D a l Mnlli'na jCn/tiatu KMHar ' Phnna AAR Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 BRIDE- ELECT — Miss Jcanic Lucius is the bride-elect of Leon French of Blytheviile it is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lucius of Gosnell. The wedding Lucius-French Ceremony Sunday Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lucius ot Gosnell announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Jennie Lucius, to Leon French ot Blylhevllle. Mr. French is the son of Mr. and. Mrs. Arlle French ot Blytheville. The wedding is to be solemtnized Parly Is Given For Osceolam Many Plan Christmas Visits Here With scarcely more than a week till Christmas, Blytheville residents and relatives of OSCEOI.A - The Baiinese Room! Blytheville people are planning trips. nt Ilic ClaridKe Hotel In Memphis was the setting last night for a senior parly ulvcn by six parents complimenting their sons and dnuKliters who are to graduate in i June. i Included were Mr. and Mrs. E. j P. Bradley tor their daughter. Karen, Mr. and Mrs. San Edrini;- ton tor their daughter, Carolyn; Mr. ant] Mtf. F. O. Owyn for t'leir daughter, Mit/.ie: Ml', and Mrs. Jasper Thomason for their Dec. 20 In the presence of relatives] Mr Party Given For Club Here Mrs. Thomas Dorris was hostess j to members of the Stitch and ChatRusscil: 'ill-'." and' Mrs. Paul stii-! " >r clllb at thcir Christmas party, well for tlicir son. Bobby; Mr. mull wh ''" partv sames and "changing and friends of the couple, at the home of the bride's parents. Following the ceremony, a yecep- Shoemake for their tion will home. be held at the Lucius Ms Held jBy Number Nine bride's parents.! D ' .11/1111 Baptist WMU Study Is Taught At Baptist WMU Circle Meetings Here The study "Hand Maiden of the King" continued yesterday afternoon at meetings of the circles of Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Billy McNeese was hostess to six members of Circle Don with Mrs. Marion Williams, president, presiding. Mrs. Charles Newcomb, Sr., gave the opening prayer and Mrs. W. P. McCormick taught the study. Mrs. Clarence Johnson closed the meeting. Eleven, members of Circle Two met with Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mrs. Alvin Hardy presided, when Mrs. Faber L. Tyler gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcome told the story, "The Birthday of Christ." They were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. Jesse Seaman was hostess to eight members of Circle Three when Mrs. J. W. Raydcr presided. Opening prayer was by Mrs. Riley Adams with the devotional by Mrs. Shelborne Brewer. Mrs. C. S. Lemons taught the book, after . which Mrs. Kendall Berry offered the dismissal prayer. Mrs. Phillip Deer entertained seven members of Circle four. Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr., offered prayer after which Mrs. Forrest Moore presided and Mrs. M, C. Outlaw taught the book. Mrs. C. L. McWaters gave the closing prayer, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon was hostess to nine members of Circle five. Mrs. E. C. Brown opened the meeting with prayer and the hostess gave the devotional. Mrs. Carl Tate told the Story of "The unexpected Guest," after which Mrs. W. M. Berryman reviewed the book. Prayer by Mrs. Pearl Hires dismissed the group. Mrs. Joe L. Atkins entertained 8 members of Circle Six, when Mrs. C. L. McWnters, Jr., presided. Mrs. Tom Jackson gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Theo Logan taught the book, after which, Mrs. R. G. Cash and Mrs. McWaters offered prayers. Members of Circle Seven met with Mrs. R. A. Copeland, when eight members attended. Mrs. E. L. Began presided Mrs. W. M. L,i- Ferney opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. H. H. Brooks taught the book. Mrs. E. L. Hale dismissed the group. Presbyterian Meetings Conducted Women of the First Presbyterian Church met In circles yesterday, at the homes of members for their Christmas programs. Members of Circle One met with Mrs. Johnny Marr with Mrs. Ed Dicks as co-hostess for the afternoon meeting. Two guests, Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. Frank Smythe attended with the 13 members. Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Zal Harrison and Mrs. Ross Stevens entertained with a 6 p.m. turkey dinner at the Harrison home for Circle Two with one guest, Mrs. J. F. Lawson. Twelve members attended. The lesson was by Mrs. G. E. Dillahunty. A 1 o'clock luncheon was served at the home of Mrs. Jess Horner with co-hostesses including Mrs. i B. S. Simmons, Mrs. James B Clark, and Mrs. J. C. Walters to entertain 13 members of Circle Three. Mrs. S. E. Tune gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. C. C. Council was hostess lor for alp. m. luncheon lor circle Pour with H members and a guest, Mrs. White, attended. Mrs. R. L. Jackson gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. Eddie Sallba was hostess to Circle Five with 16 members attending. Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., was co-hostess. Mrs. J. E. Carter gave the Bible lesson. A guest was Mrs. W. H. McNnmee. Members of Circle Six met nt the church at 8 p. m. Seventeen members and two guests. Mrs. C. M. Gray and Miss Donna Dinklns attended. The dining room of Number Nine Baptist Church was the setting last night for the annual Women's Missionary Union Christmas banquet. Mrs. Carl Webster, president, "ave the welcome, and Mrs. Guy Whitney, the devotional, Mrs. Raymond Whittle offered the invocation. Twenty four members and their guests attended the affair. Mrs. T. C. Razor and Mrs. Lloyd French were special guests of the group. Table decorations carried out the Christmas theme. The U-shaped table was decorated with hemlock and pine cones, with a center arrangement of candelabra holding white tapers at intervals down the length of the table, place cards of son, Donine. Additional guests were Superintendent and Mrs. H. L,. Stanfill, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Donald WerU and Mrs. Gladys Burr. The dining table was centered with a typical Christinas scene of snow men. reindeer and a Santa Clans. The girls were presented corsases by their parents. Following dinner, the evening was spent dancing to the music of Carl Sand-1 ers. Bits of News Many families here will be entertaining friends while other cities. Among Christmas visitors will be Benny Hays, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Hay.s, who will arrive home Friday evening Irom the University of Missouri at Columbia. Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton will be visited during the holidays by her two daughters. Miss Rhonda Eaton and Mrs. Pat Burks, with Mr. Burks. Miss EaUm is a student at Mississippi Southern College at Hattiesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Burks, who live in Fayetteville where he attends the University of Arkansas, also will visit his (amily, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Siehr of Parma, Mo., plan to spend Christmas gifts by the group provided last evening's entertainment. In a business session, they planned a slipper meeting for members and their husbands to be held at tlie home of Mis. Doxie Frazier. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Harvey Dorris. number will be entertained Sudbury School here while she makes her horn* with Mrs. E. M. Terry, Sr., plans to leave this week end to visit her parents in Pine Bluft. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Droke, Jr., of Jonesboro plan to spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. Mary Droke. and daughter. Mr. Droke is a student at Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. Oliver Coppedge will spend Christmas here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. o. W. Coppedge. A student at The Citadel in Charleston, S. C., he ts expected to arrive Dec. 18. Sgt, and Mrs. B. W. Caldwell and gold and the lighted tree completed the white and Christmas decoration, .Later in the evening, gifts were exchanged by members. Mahons Celebrate Anniversary Here Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simon, Mr. and Mrs. James Harding and Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor were hosts and hostesses for a party Sunday entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mnhon on their 20th anniversary. The group had dinner at the North Star Supper Club, after which they were. invited to the home of the Hardings. where more than 20 guests called during the evening. They were served cake and coflee from a table decorated with green- cry and red berries surrounding burning candles. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUES., WED., & THURS. Double Feature —AND— * * « 4 Cartoon "Father's Day Off Junior Red Cross Presents Show Pour members of the Junior Red Cross, which Is directed by Mrs. J. p. Sweat, were in Memphis Saturday to give n variety program nt Kennedy General Hospital. 1 They were Jimmy B"trington, Gail BroRdon. Jnnnltn Ferguson and Jimmy Goforth, accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Cohen, chairman of the organization. The home economics class, directed by Miss Virginia Bowen, made Christmas cookies to be given the veterans. The female cusk contains more than 2,000,000 etrcs. It is n member of the codfish family. Rainbow Girls Give Dance Members of the Rainbow for Girl entertained for 150 guests at th Woman's Club Friday nigh t fo their annual Christmas dance. The refreshment table, nt which Miss Kny Blacknrd presided, wa decorated with a miniature Chrisfc- irms tree, banked with holly Clusters of holly were tied at the corners nt the table. PnrcnU of the Rirls and members of the advisory board served as chaperones. '."'.. Mrs. Harold Bark' ( of Memphis the former Miss I \ ;y Freeman, underwent surgery at the St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis last week, She is reported to be improving. Joe Freeman her father, returned haine Sunday and her mother remained with her. She is in room 351. Petty Officer 3ic and Mrs. Grady Magee and son, David Bowcn, arrived here from San Diego over the weekend. They plan to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay and the Rev. and Mrs. Guy Magee in Manila. Mrs. E. R. Mason and her mother. Mrs. Emma Nolen, are spending today In Memphis. • Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and children, Norbert and Deenya, and Hugh Tyrone will leave Saturday for North Bay, Ontario, Canada to Spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. William Bain. Methodist Meeting Conducted in Joiner JOINER — Fourteen members of the Young Adults Class of the Methodist Church met at the church, with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Speck and Gladys and Richard Akle as entertainment committee. A spahgetU supper was served at the Thursday event. In the absence of Wade Dates. Jr., who has moved to Morrilton, the vice president, Corbet Washington presided. The Rev. E. E. Stevenson dismissed the group with prayer. Day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe ! son ' Mark . ° f Greenville, Miss., will and daughters. Kay and Sue. Arriving from Fayetteville, where he attends the University of Arkan the houscguests of her mother, Mrs - E - °- Lovell and family here for several days during Christmas. sas, wi!S be Mr. and Mrs. Frank i Another daughter of Mrs. Lovell, Wagner, Jr. They plan to come this week end to spend Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdale and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner. Sr. Mrs. Aubrey Conway will leave Dec. 17 to spend the holidays in Osteola with Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White and their two daughters, who also will arrive on the 17th. Miss Llewelyn White attends Holton Arms Junior College, Washington, D. C.. and Miss Anne Conway White is a student at Ole Miss, Oxford. Mtss Mary Webb, a teacher at i Mrs - M - M - Coney, Mr. Coney and during the holidays will n»rt M their guests, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Fouraker nnd daughter, SunUr EllHbeth of State Colleft, Pmn. and Mr. and Mrs. V. M. F«lrei of Raleigh, N. C. Mrs. Stickmon and Mrs. Smart are aunts of Mrs. Four-, alter and sisters of Mrs. Falres." The Smarts' son, Murray Smart, Jr., who attends Tulane University In New Orleans, will arrive thii week end. Mrs. Grace Wilks will have as her guest, her son. John WilKs, who Is a student nt Ole Miss. Miss 'Reen Norris of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, is scheduled to arrive home Dec. IB to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samu?l F. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny white and children plan to leave Christmas day to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Roseborough, Sr., and family in Senatobia, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Harrison will be entertaining their three sons at intervals during the holidays. Their son, Tommy, who attends Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, will be" home, and another son, J. E. Harrison and his family of Osceola will visit here. Owen Harrison, who re-" children. Don and Mindy, of Mem- cently returned from a two and phis, will arrive here Christinas eve. I °ne half year's tour of duty in Germany, has received his discharge and is now at home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Widner and daughter. Priscilla, of Portageville. " Mo., will be here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mullins, and other relatives. Her* to visit Mr. and Mrs. Raydo Veach and other relatives for a month are Mr. ana Mrs, Clifford Veach and Miss June Veach of Holland, Mich. Gary Mason, who is a senior at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, will arrive this week end to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason and his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Nolen. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray Smart and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shelton will be their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth McClain and Mr. McClain' of Palmersville, Tenn: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls will have as their guests their sons, Joe" Walls, a student at Vanderbilt and See VISITORS on 9 FHA Gives rogram at School SHAWNEE — Members of the Future Homemakers of America Club of Shawnee High School presented a program Thursday at srhnol, with Joyce Miller, president of the local club and state secretary, presiding. Coming Events Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained a marriage license from the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Eli- jzabeth Blythe Parker. | Roman Trcvino and Olga Sanchez, both of Blytheville. Kenneth Rumicr of Dell and Gen- rucsday | eva Hutchinson of Blytheville. Octave Club meets at 7 p. m. for! Harry Marshall and OIlie Bat- Christmas party with Mrs. Leon; tics both of Blytheville Oenning. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club has 7:30 p. m. Christmas with Mrs. Paul Abbott. party James V. Felts and Frieda J. Shedd. both of Manila. Amos Berry and Ada Lee Avant, both of Blytheville. •s. AI the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. S. Allen, city. Wills Hnspltal Dismissed: Mrs. Drew Hllghey, city. W. C. Jackson, city. rest assured, Santa... she'll love you for giving MOJUD MOJUD "MAGIC-MOTION" STOCKINGS give extra glamour and extra wear ... because there's extra "give" and »pring-back in the knit. pair $1.50 I IT'S HEUER'S JK m for House Shoes! ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RIU & RoIJ Program Announcement* TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JOHN HODIAK AUDREY / TOTTER JOHN DEREK MAUREEN O'SULLIYAN m Harvey Imkeck • Richwd Erdmao • BiclunJ Bo»Vrs • Scram pn» ki JtSSC t. USKY. », Mtl* UNO and MMlffl L COtOSMItH . Mood n BOBEUT COHH • timm » FBf D I. SUM PLUS SELECTED SHORTS ! &. SONS if SHOES! Good Shoe* t Hwitry The Ideal Christmas Gift! 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