The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 18, 1953
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FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NUWI FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 18, — Society News — «.» «,,ii!«. c/u-totv Editor » Phone 4461 P»t Mulliiu, Society Editor Manila Girl To Be Married Sunday Mrs. and Mrs. Clyde Mllligan of Manila today announced the cnpa- gement of their daughter, Miss Betty Jane Milligan. to Carlton D. Hultt, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hultt of Fayetteville, The bride-elect was graduated from Mr.nila High School, the University of Tennessee School of Nursing in Memphis and now Is a student at Arkansas State College, where she is studying for a bachelor of science degree In nursing. Mr. Huitt Is a graduate of Fayetteville High School nncl is now a senior pre-med student at the University of Arkansas. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday, Dec 20 at 2 p. m. at the Methodist Church In Manila. The Rev. N. Lee Cate will officiate. ENGAGED — Miss Betty Jane Milligan is (lie bride-elect of Carlton D. Huitt of Fayettcville, it is'announced today by parents of Miss Milligan, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Milligan of Manila. They will be married Sunday at the Methodist Church in Manila. Kibitzer Club Is Entertained At Holiday Party Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. McHaney entertained for members and a guest, Lou's Lynch, of the Kibitzer Club and their annual Christmas party Wednesday night. After an evening of party games »nd exchanging of gifts, a midnight supper was served buffet style. Decoration for the occasion included gold candles with magnolia leaves, and holly, silver baubles and other candles In Christmas colors. A large white frosted candle surrounded by silver baubles and holly leaves centered the table. Miss Humphreys Honored at Event Mrs. R. H. Kirby yesterday complimented Miss Annella Humphreys and Mrs. Rudolph RItter at three tables of bridge at the Country Club. Miss Humphreys is to be married H. B. (Jlnimic) Richardson, Rudy Vrska, Dick Roberts ot Portageville ! and BUI Lovelace of steele are spending this week In Campbell Slkcston, Ironton, and Caruthers- vllle. Mo., and Blythevllle, Mammoth Spring and Walnut Ridge, where they arc presenting novelty quartette music at Ark-Mo Power Company pnrlies. Annette Wiiistlc, who Is a student at SMU, Dallas. Tex., arrived hoim Wednesday In visit her mother, Mrs. C. H. Whistle, and family during the holidays. Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. Emma Nolen were in Memphis yesterday. Members of the East Side Garden Club attending the Oarden Club event in o.sceola last night were Mrs. B. A. BURR, Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. Mary Scrape. Party Given For Bride, Groom Annual Party Given in Home Charlie Jean Harris war, hostess Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Gordon Harris, for an annual Christmas party given for eight nigh school girls. Fourteen guests attended. Lucy Caudili and Linda Lindsey •eceived the guests, Mary Jo Oden presented the gilts, and Mary Tarv- r Stevenson and Mary Ann Stout )l!iye[i piano selections. A buffet supper was served at Mr. Mr«. Morrli William! Couple Is Married in Hayti , In ceremony performed in Hayti,) A reception was neld following Mo., Monday, Miss Mona Fay Talk-' the ceremony at the Williams' Ington, dnughlcr of Mrs. Georgia : home which was decorated with a Talkington, became the bride of ; profusion of chrysanthemums, and Morris Williams, son of Mr. and ; carnations. Mrs. Hurt Williams, in the home of I Assisting the hosts were Mrs. the gr.oom's parents, with the Rev. JGrady Grlssom of Hayti, Mrs. Edd Lawler of Cooler, and Mrs, Dale OSCEOLA — One of the mnjori iocial events on this week's cnlen- Mrs. was the cocktail party given at the 50 Club Monday night for a recent bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance, III. The hosts for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Bvitler, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Butler, Jr. Dec. 27 to Jerry Van Znmlt of Fort Smith. Mrs. Rittcr has recently moved to Blytheville to make her home. Gardenia corsages were presented to the honored guests, who also received gifts. Mrs. Henry Humphreys, mother of the bricto-elect, was also presented a gardenia corsage. Mrs. R. D, Hughes. Jr.. won first place, with second going to Mrs. L. E. Old. Out-oft-own guests were Mr. and Richard Rose, Charlie Nick j card fter tnbles which in the living room. |o. Iven the girls exchanged " Rose of Rosclnnd, Mr. and Mrs. George Hub tin rd Of Blythevllle, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncoy Den ton, Mr, nnd Mrs. Bob pugh of Denwood, Mr. and Mrs, Boh Nelson of Golden Lake, and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Den Ion of Wilson. Traditional Christmas red and preen \vns used in decorations. The coctknil table was covered with a. tfrcen cloth, with red, &recn nnd silver baubles seiUtcrcd over it. Silver bowls, brimming with vivid red carnations were flanked with red candles. The mirror over the table was fmined with silver magnolia leaves and sprinkled with glitter. Silver serving dishes earned out the accent for the red and green color Lheme. The sixty-five gueats danced during; the evening. Barbara Crowell and Donna Byrd assisted in serving. List of Christmas Visitors Grows Guests from points far and near continue to arrive here and plan trips here for the holiday season with their relatives and friends. Arriving to visit Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty for the holidays here will be Mrs. J. M. Oilleaple and Mrs. C. C. Lee, both of Dyersburs, who will arrive early next week. Miss 'R««n Norris arrives here Saturday from University of North Carolina, Cnftpel Hill, where she Is a senior. She plans to leave again Tuesday for Memphis to be the houseguest of Miss : Virginia Brooks and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry B. Brooks. While there she will attend the ball honoring the season's debutantes at Memphis Country Club »nd for the dance given by the Yuletide Revelers, for the Girls' Debutante Club, Girls' Dinner and Girls' Cotillion Club. Miss Norris 1 escort to the events will be Faulkner Bill. Mr, and Mrs. Russell Phillips and their son, Naval Aviation Cadet Russell Phillips, who is stationed at Pensacola, Fin., and is spending a Christmas leave here, plan to spend Christmas day in Memphis with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Vnncc Alexander, III, and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gentry have as their holiday guest, their son, Donald, who Is a student at University of Arkansas. He arrived Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee will be entertaining Mr. and Mrs. .John Bailey and children, Barbara, Marsha and Bscfcy of Portagevillc, Mo., and Mrs. Ben Vinyard of Cape Girardeau, Mo., on Christmas. Their son, E. B. Gee, Jr., student at University of Arkansas, will spend his holidays at home. Calvin Cssschin, a freshman at University of Missouri, Columbia, is to arrive tonight to visit his parents, Mr. and MVB. Chnrles Czcschin, during his holiday vacation. Lt. and Mrs. Jim Henry are expected to arrive Christmas day lo visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry, for a few days. Lt. and Mrs. Henry, who live in Philadelphia, Penn., will also visit other relatives and friends while here. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rcgcnold are planning to have Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom and children of Wilson imd Mr. nml Mrs. S. A. Regenold of Columbus, Miss.. Lo visit them on Christmas day. Visiting at home with his parents during his holiday vacation will be James Cecil Lowe, II, who will arrive this week end from Washington University's School of Medicine in St, Louis. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and son, Louis, will have ns their guests, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Jr., of St. Louis. Miss Nancy Damon, who Is a Junior at Southeast Missouri Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, will arrive hero Dec. 33 to be With har parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.avl Dnmon and her sister. limiiy. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townscnd nnd sun, who have recently moved buck to Blytheville from Missouri, will spend Christmas tiny with the Dn- mon. Mrs. Townsend is the former Miss Joyce Damon. The C. 3. Dowdys have ns their guests their two daughters and fnmlllos and their son. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Powell and son of Memphis, Lit. nncl Mrs. A. D. Hardy and daughter of SB Una, Knns.. and Airmnn 3 c Tommy Dowdy of Lowery Air Force Bnse, Denver. Colo. Miss Winnie Both Rnnkley, who Is a student, at. Henclrix College, is to be the holiday guost of her parent.*!, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley. Will Whitner, who attends Oklahoma A. and M. at Stlllwater, Okla.. arrived home today to visit liis parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Whilner. On Christmas Eve, the Whitners' daughter, Mrs. J. A. Cooper, and Mr. Cooper will arrive from their homo in Dallas, Tex., to spend a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon will be visited at Christmas by Mrs. W. F, Cooley nnd family of Fnyetle- ville. Cupt. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise of the Canal Zone and Capt. and Mrs. Clarence Webb of Camp Polk, La., will be here during the holidays to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd.Wise. The Webbs win nVsp visit his mother Mrs. Frank Webb. Capt.;Wise will be sent to Camp Carson, at Denver, Colo. Stanley Zellner will arrive this week end from St. Louis, where he attends Washington University, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Xellner. Guests of the George D. Pollock, .Jr., will be their son, Mr. and Mrs. GeorRo D. Pollock, HI. of LiUlB Rock, where Mr. Pollock is attending the University of Arkansas School ot, Medicine. Mr. and Mrs. Mntt Monnijhsin will have as their holiday guc.sts their daughter. Miss Rosemary Monaghnn, student, at University of Arkansas, and Mrs. Monnj;- han's sister, Mrs. Lcclnnd Chnt.- iim, and Mr. Chatum of Louisville. Ky. Mrs. Pearl Hires leaves tomorrow for the week In Union City, Tenn., where she is to be the hmiscguest of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn, and family for the holidays. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Ferguson will spend their holiday vacation in Richmond, Va., with their daughter, Mrs. Robert F. Smart, and family. up CREDIT JEWELERS t-Z LOCAL CBIDIT fOR'LQCAL ftOPli 8V LOCAL PEOPLt GIUS 114 W. MAIN LATE ABOUT CHRISTMAS SHOPPING? We have plcnly of Chrisfm;is Cards (Imprinted or plain) — Gifl Wraps — Candles — Napkins—Hallmark Sleighs — Stationary. For An Extra Special Gift We Offer "BLUE JUST and JIOONGLOW", a book of poems by Gwendolyn Smith of .Blytheville. "MAID OF THE MISSISSIPPI", book of south Mississippi County History, by Josephine (Jridcr Jacobs. All Bibles Purchased Here Have Name in Gold Free Unusual gifts for "HIM" or "HER" in the stationery line, at popular prices. —GIFT WRAPPING FREE— SAMUEL F. NORRIS Stationers — Office Outfitters — Printer* ACROSS FROJI CITY HALL Yarbro HD Club Ts Entertained Mrs. Paul Abbott was hostess Tuesday night at a meeting of Yarbro Home Demonstration Club for their annual Christmas party. Co-ho.stessc:; wort 1 Mrs. J. M. Bes-, Jr., Mrs. Walter Barnes and Mrs. Bob Copeland. After sfngiim Christmas carols, the group heard a devotional given by Mrs. and a poem. "Yulctide Pudding," by Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. and Mrs. Gene McGuire presented a duet, and Mrs. Abbott told a Christmas story to complete the program. In the social hour, games were played and fjifts exchanged. Guests included Mrs. T. T. Campbell, Mrs. Vanila rlays and Mrs. W. D. Hammond. PTA Group Has Monthly Meeting Nineteen members of the Penta- costal Ladles Auxiliary of the Full Gospel Tabernacle met Wednesday night for a potluck supper and monthly meeting;. Mrs. Birdie Richardson 1 gave the opening prayer and Mrs. M. D. Mabry, tne scripture. A business session WAS conduct- cd. and In the .social hour, the group made pictures and exchanged gifts. Mrs. W. M.,McHsney gave the benediction. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times FIU., & SAT. Double Feature JOHNNY .WQSSMULLER ' ^1 1! K H\ , !,i"; p l lm *>nf t'ltwt ant H u» Mttai • P —AND— TERESA rVRIGHT-MWLOCARiy Serial: "Adv. and Capt. Kidd" No. 1 and Cartoon "Pilgrim Popcye" Sunday & .Monday Double Feature —AND— THE BIG FIX With James Brown & Shclia Ryan . MKTRO NEWS Shirley Sjfeaur officiating. The double ring rites were conducted before members of the family and close friends. Serving as maid of honor and only feminine attendant was Miss ImoRene Norrld of Cooler, Mo., a cousin of the bride. She was attired in a gray wool two-piece suit trimmed v<,h rhlnstone clips. She wore a white cloche and pinned white carnations at her shoulder. For her marriage, the bride, in marriage by her uncle, Edd Lawler of Cooter, Mo., wore a pale pink flannel suit. Her hat wns of white sprinkled with pearls nnd rhinestones. She pinned a corsage of carnations at her shoulder. Dale Williams served his brother as best man., Both the bride's and groom's mothers received corsages of carnations. Williams of Hayti. The couple Is at home in Hayti, where the bridegroom is associated with Dorris Motor Company. Out-of-town guests were Dr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lamb of Caruthersville and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nor- rW o! Cooter. Wilson Baptists Plan Program WILSON — The annual Student Night Christmas Service will be observed at First Baptist Church Sunday, Dec.'21, at 1:30 p.m.. Dwight Anderson, superintendent of the Young Peoples Department, will have charge of the service. Mr. ind Mrs. Broughton Lovett and Mrs. J. H. Whltaker will assist. Most of the young people who are away In college or working, will be present and participate on the program. Brotherhood Plans Christmas Service WILSON — The Baptist Brother' hood is making plans to sponsor a Christmas service in the church again this year, with a giant tree for all, the children of the community invited. A large bag of fruit, nuts and candy will be provided each child and Santa Claus will be present. Broughton Lovett is president of the Brotherhood and he is being assisted by special committees for this project. They are Albert Oreenwell, Ed Williams, Lamar Mc.- Danlel and Clarence Medlin. The service will begin at 7 o'clock Thursday night, Dec. 24, in the auditorium of the church. Legion Auxiliary Has Christmas Party Mrs. J. F. Brownson presided al a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary when they met Tuesday night to have their annual Christmas party. Mrs. Ben Mays gave the Invoca. aaestion, (t(f our n«w classic sw«at«r«... fashion smart -budget wtso They iusl arrived — Ihese three basic lypes of which no gifl has too mmr, Beaulilully filling . . . knil in lovely 100% wool worsled yarns in 3 rainbow lull ol coloTs. You'll never believe such quality and line ietiilinj at lhes« . modest price). Sizes 34 lo 40. "THE FASHION SHOP" Ladies Day Christmas Party Is Given at Country Club Here One hundred and three members bers and Jerry Lowe, who played and |u««U ((tended the annual Christmas party given at the Country Club yesterday. The Christmas party ii one of 12 monthly Ladle's day events given throughout the year. Mrs Arthur Vance,, who was chairman of the hostess committee, assisted by Mrs. Crawford Koblo Mr«. dean Atkinson, Mrs. J. A. Leech Mrs. Harry W. Halnes, Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. A. H. McManus, Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs Jack Hale and Mrs. W. li. Hulson. The program was given by Mrs. Ralph Nlchol's kindergarten mem- tion. The unit donated to a needy veteran's family, and gifts were brought for Lamar 88 Hospital patients. Mrs. Paul Mahon nnd Mrs. Spock McGregor were hostesses for the Christmas party. two piano selections. A skit, "Mrs. Santa Clivus of 1954", was given by club members, with Mrs, A. H. McManus as Mrs. Santa. Her threa reindeers were Mrs. Eddie Saliba, who played pinno selections, and Mrs. George Hubbnrd, Jr., and Mrs. P. D. Foster, Jr., who presented a jitterbug: number. In the bridge Raines, Mrs. Harry A. Haines won first place, with second eoliipr to Mrs. Charles Afflick, llilrd to Mrs. E. M. RcRenokl, and fourth to Mrs. Charles Crigger. Dr. I Edna Nies won first place in the canasta. Mrs. M. J. Cundrn and Mrs. I. B. Colrman decorated the spotlighted Christmas tree which was center of attraction. A snow scene adorned the mantle, and the piano held a wroiiRht iron slolijh. Candles and proenery were used in the small tables, from which a 1 p. m. luncheon was served. I IT'S HEUER'S for House Shoes! ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for HItz & Ro.xy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TONIGHT Robert Ryan, Rhonda Fleming Wiiliam Lundigan Big 3-D Western in color / Reg. Admission - 10c For Glasses PAR. NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS , SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program TECHNICOLOR ) SLAVES or, 3ABYLON *nfci RICHARD CONTE -LINDA CHRtSTlAN-.iih W • Starj B«d Icnw Pta, by DtYAUON SC3FT • Pl WM WTWW • Dncttd by YrtUlJW CASTU CENE AUTRY -d CHAMPION * " MIL C»vi5 .'d SWIIEY BL'SNEm • 'too r.a Sttw. pin ClJIAlO '.[W-HIV - Prof^-d a, Hum SOUtHC • O.lwrt GIWG! MDWN5AUO • A ttNt AUW PfiOTUClH). Cartoon "Drinks on the Mouse" SUNDAY & MONDAY Th« killer of "Shane" caught between two dangerous women! T, GGR1HNE ROBERT FONTAINE -PALANCE-CALVET-BOUGIE Written and Directed by CHARLES MARQUIS WARREN .'Jflfi. rroa«ed by NAT HOLT. A PARAMOUNT PICTURE g|| ! PAR. NEWS & CARTOON "Catty Cornered" The Ideal Christmas Gift! Theatre Ticket Books " Available at RITZ THEATRE

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