The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 22, 1953
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVII.I,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society News — ins. Snr-ipt.v Rriil.or • Phnna /i/irt Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4'1G1 Engaged Couple \ Honored at Canasta Party Miss Polly Ann Stewart and her fiance, Jim Ray of Hayti, shared 1 honors last night nt a riesscit- canasta here by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Dan Surge at the Burge home. Miss Stewart is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Pry Stewart, who were present at the event. Guests were seated at caid tables, where a dessert course was served. Miniature Christmas trees centered the tables. A miniature bride and groom, surrounded by silver baubles adorned the honored couple's table. Other Christmas decorations, in- I eluding the traditional large tree were used. Miss Stewart was dressed for the occasion in a black broca I taffeta dress, with matching .n ! cessories. The couple received gift of crystal, and Miss Stewn was given a corsage of white chr ! aanthemums. Mrs. Stewart recei ed a Christmas corsage. Winners of me canasta gam were Tom Little, Jr., high scoi and Mrs. Little, second high., To conclude the evening, part refreshments were served. I \ Breakfast Given for Bride-Elect Miss Annella Humphreys w=is compHineiHcd Sunday 'iiormntf with n breakfast nt Hotel Noble, wncn Mrs. Grace Wilk.s entertain-,' icn Conduct visit in Danville with hli aunt, Mrs. W. C. Landers, who will ac- Christmss with her daughter, Mrs. 1 to George Fusscll, and her 1 Fi TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1998 Installation of Officers Here Fourty two members of the First 1 ris McCalla, world mission; Mrs Presbyterian Women's Group at- Bob Logan, church rxtension; Mrs tended their Christinas program. H. T., Kidd, Christian education and Installation of officers and'.Mrs. Walter Day, annuities and re chairman. ' lief; Mrs. G. w. Dillahunty Officers include Mrs. Vcrnon stewardship Mrs. Fred Sandefur ThomasKon. president; Mrs. Ross: assembly of special causes; Mr? Stevens, vice president; Mrs. C. c. Gordon Harris, well-child clinic Councille, secretary; Mrs. j. B. Mrs. Johnny white, literature; Mrs Fisher, treasures; and Mrs. Roy j E. M. Woodard, house and grounds Mrs. C. M. Gray, pastor's aid; Mrs Walton, historian. chairmen include Mrs. George Yates. spiritual growth; Mrs. Far- h e mar ii Woman's Group Has Christr Party Here rind Sunday at the First Methodist Church 10 Jerry Van Handt of Fort Smith. l| The central design at the breakfast table, in the hotel's main of Bold chr y santhcinunVs'! n Fiwors Mrs ' s s - Pa«".son was hostess marking the 10 guests places were 1 McDowell co-hostess sold numns hniriinr net-film* pur-' 1 " 5 ' n '^' nt ' or a Christmas party entertaining members of the Worn- Scalloped Look- Alikes Sue Burnett Mother-daughter frock» softl •calloped. Pattern No. 8055 is n sizes 11, 1 13, 14, 16, 18. Size 12, 4% yards o I 39-inch. Pattern No. 8056 is in sizes 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8 years, size 4, Hi yards o | 39-inch. Two patterns. For these patterns, send 30c fo EACH, in, COINS, your name, ad dress, size desired, and the PAT TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Blytheville Courier News, 372 W Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cenls today. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39C At All Times TUBS., WED., THURS. Double Feature IGHTROPE turf* «GM«lM[-UI«lillHL — AND— Call Of The Jungle With Ann Corio & James Bush C»rtoon "Tweely SOS" ELECTED — Miss Mary Lee Bearden, 15-year-old daughter of Senator and Mrs. J. Lee Bearden of Leachville, has been recently elected president of the Mississippi-Poinsetl Federation of Future Homcmakcrs of America. Miss Bearden serves as president of the local chapter of FHA, treasurer of the student Council, advertising manager of the school annual, business manager of the school paper, cheer leader and a member of the school glee club. Last summer she represented the Leachville FHA chapter at the State Leadership Trninlng Conference at Southern State College, Magnolia. sors. Miss Humphreys was given of small bronze mums. She was attired In a dross of gold! jersey with accessories of brown. 'She Have Party at Rustic nil's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and Mrs. i McDowell gave devotionals and the! Christmas story. Party names were played during the evening, with prizes awarded to Mrs. W. J. Fltzhugh, Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson and Mrs. D. H. Hearnsberger. Refreshments were served In the Employes of the I.iff Insurance social hour. The Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh J. A. Saliba, social; and Mrs. Nash, publicity. Circle chairmen include Mrs. EC Dicks, Circle One; Mrs, W. A.Dob- yns, Two; Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, Three; Mrs. Jesse M. White, Four; Mrs. J. E. Carter. Five; and Miss Lois Fields, Six. Mis. J. F. Lauson served as installing officer. Mrs. White is out going president. Circles Five and Six were hosts during the social hour, with Mrs. A. S. Harrison and Miss Fields in charge. Guests Included Mrs. Harvey Kidd, .Sr.. of Memphis, and Mrs. W. H. p,;ase of Atlanta. Mrs. Walter Day gave a gift of- Mrs. White, who gave the pro- tram was assisted by Mrs. Curtis Anderson and Mrs. F, B. Joyner. . . company him home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burgess, Jr., will spend Christmas in Birmingham with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kiliett are the parents of a daughter born at Walls Hospital Saturday, They have two sons, Jimmy and Tim. Mrs. Albert Kiliett of Dyersburg, Tenn.. Mr Killet's mother, Is here to spend several days. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Malin have as their guests, her sister, Mrs. Frank Grear, and children of Jonesboro, who will spend a few days. dren, Kathy, Debby and Cheryl. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Shaw and family of Morenci, Ariz'., hove,arrived to be the euests of Mrs. Shaw's mother, Mrs. Carra Pruitt, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stone and son, Dave, have retimed from Stuttgart, where they attended funeral services for Bailey Berry Stone, Infant son of Dr. and Mrs. Fred B. Stone. Earl S. Koontz of Moberly. Mo., lias arrived here to spend the holidays with his wife. __ Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hcarnsberger Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little left! and son . Gordon, are spending the Sunday for Gallagher Band), San holidays in Forlyce, Ark., with his Antonio, Tex, il "~" " ~ Airman 2 c Jack Horner, who is stationed in Lowery mother, Mrs. Roland Hearnsberger Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson Air Force [and daughter, Beth, plan to leave Base, Denver, Colo., arrived here Saturday for a Christinas leave, ie was met in Memphis by his O. N. Hawkins, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hor-1 Myron P ,. icst of Alex;ind ,. ia . L a., 101 ' ' has arrived here to visit tomorrow for Morrilton, Ark., to be guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drop-In Party Given in Home Company of Georgia were guests at^ offered the benediction a dinner given Friday night at th Rustic Inn, when T. A. Folgci manager, entertained. Women attending were presentei corsages and men, boutonnieres Christmas decorations were usei throughout. R. C. Anders of O.'iceola gavi the invocation, and entertainer included the Junior High Schoo Boys Qlee Club with Mrs. Wilson Henry directing. Mrs. R R Jay I roe nnd Eddie B. David, organists Mrs. T. J. Bailey and her dnu.h- S"pScn^'j$ """^ :er, Miss Caro! Am, Baiiey assisted j c . s . R,c\i ( Ui"c'cl the guest, In entertained! singing carols. m'mnl'i" i Prli ' cs for " five-week contest In umiim- i tne C nm.| )imy wcnt (0 L c B , md of Joncsboro. B. G. Turnbow ol Marked Tree, nnd A. G. Mcdlock of Jonesboro. Gifts were presented. Guests included Miss Berna Fondern, Miss Mae Roper, and Dr. Doyle Brewer of Manila. Mls.s Prances Jones made movies of the event. >y Miss Ann Perry, Sunday afternoon witii party at the Bailey home menling their houseguest, George Camp of Conwtiy, Ark. Thirty guests called between the lours of three and five o'clock in be afternoon. Decorations were in the festive Christmas motif. The refreshment able was overlaid with a bright ed tablecloth, and a large candle urrounded by greenery, proflccd ie centerpiece. Assorted holiday party foods were •rved with punch during the aft•noon. Marriage Licenses The following couples have ob- ined marrlge licenses from the fflce of the county clerk, Mrs izabeth Blythe Parker: Joe Del Tomllnson nnd Cynthln ester, both of Blytheville. Russell Leon French and Betty Jean Lucius, both of Blytheville. A l the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Kiliett. City Mrs. Wanda Reagan, Rt. 4 Mrs. Sterling Blankenship, Rt. l Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Anita Ann Miller, West Ridge Larry Lawrence, City Bits of News i Ifloitl'ij Dr. Frank G. Smith of Omaha, has arrived here to spend he winter months with his daugh- Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, and fam- ly. Also a guest in the Kirshner ome is Guy A. Trissler, who ar- iveri here Friday. Mrs. Trissler nd their daughter, Jeanne, has ieen making her home here. Mr. "rissler, who is in the Navy, has een transferred to Millington^ •here they will make their home 1 after f'.e holidays. Arriving tomorrow to visit the Tom Little, Sr.. family will be their children, Mr. and Mrs, Dan H. Bell and son of Memphis, Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Priest, and his brother, Johnny Priest. Capt. and Mrs. Rouse Harp arrived in Blytheville Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp, and her grandparents. Judge and Mrs. George Barham, and her aunt, Mrs. c. A. Tant. After a month here, Capt. Harp will be sent to Stevensville, Newfoundland. Miss Edith Rouse of Charleston, Mo., has arrived to be the suest of her sister, Mrs. H. L. Harp and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lyle and daughter of Oak Hill, W. Va., have and Mr. and. Mrs. R. B. Charleston. Mo. Mrs. w. D. Chamblin. who was ill last week is now able to be up. B. B. Gee, Jr., had as his house- guests this week end Jim Turner of Forrest City, Bill Coolidge, An- Manley Feinberg arrived home last night from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, after spending the week end in Memphis en route home. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt, and family during the holidays. Miss. Carol Bailey and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey, have as their houseguest, George Kamp, son of Dr. H. W. Kamp of Conway, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Crigger plan to leave for Columbus, Ga., to spend the holidays with their son. Lt. Charles Crigger, Mrs. Crigger and daughter, Ann Blythe. Lt. 'rigger is stationed in Fort Ben- jning, Ga. I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Goings, Jr., 'of Little Rock, will arrive here Christmas Day to visit hi= ents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Going Sr., and her mother, Mrs. Lenora Henry. Mr. Goings, Jr., is a sen-1 wno lcft y este rday morning. The ior at the school of pharmacy I Lee's were honored at a surprise Airman 2'c ind Mrs Robert! house ~ warming last week ' and en ~ ROIH ™,H JL £?,, *"' ?°:" I tertained at their home with a and Mrs. W. K. Francis and chil- ; arrived to be guests of her father drcn, Kavanaugh. Sally, Tom Hen- R. J. Collier, for the holidays drix and Christine, all of Tusca-! T Sgt. Walter Collier and family loosa, Ala., who will spend the i of Scott Field, III., were expected holidays here. j to arrive today to visit Mr Collier Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech spent: Mrs. Wade O Reeves left vester this past week end in Little Rock, i day by plane to return to her home Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Councille arej at Fort Hood Tex Pfc Reeves re spending this Christmas season in j turned to Texas" a week earlier" Warren, Ark., with his mother, e..iner. Mrs. H. M. Broach, and family. Visiting the O. w. McCutchens this week will be their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Barton and family, of Omaha, Neb., I Mrs. Reeves was motored to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Miss Ruth Lee of Nashville is spending today and tonight in , Blytheville ".' B ue st of Mr. and LogarT'cif i ?"' s ' . J ' L ' Nabcrs - She plans to ub»" 011 leave tomorrow for Mexico by plane spend the Christmas holidays M/Sgt. and Mrs. Arnold T. Brit- ton of Cheyenne, Wyo., Warren Ak Force Base, are visiting Mrs. Britton's parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. U Johnson and other relative! during the holidays. Pvt. Perry Rothrock arrived Sut- urday from Camp Gordon, Ga., to be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. c. Rothrock, for the holidays. Mrs. H. T. Kldri, Sr., of Memphli is spending the holidays here with her son, Dr. Harvey Kidd, and family. Miss Bonnie Cook arrived her« by plane from Hollywood, Fla., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stabler and son, Dickie, who also are making their home in Hollywood, Fla.. arrived here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Archer and daughter, Betsy, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Teason ana daughter Phyllis of Tuscon, Ariz., arrived Sunday to be with relatives for the lolidays. r^^TI %M O-.IAF - *~ •$ Give Him Golf Equipment For Christmas I have a complete line of nationally advertised golf equipment by Wilson, Spaidinf, McGregor and others. This Christmas eive him golf equipment. • Olaos « Balls • Bass • Carts • Shoes • Spirtswear Paul Farrington, Pro. Blytheville Country Club Phone 9726 brey About two thirds of the ruhher ised In the United States during 1052 was synthetic. HANGOVER - Quickly tilled "Hangover" by local witi; is this new hal designed by Sandy Pendery of Miami Beach. Even though It hides part of her charms, she still commands admiring Bttentlon as she suns oo the beaches of southern Florida Christian, ana Sydney Car-1 -33 vill, all of Helena. | If. Miss Allyce Nelson of Memphis. "" has arrived here to be the guest of her brother, R. A. Nelson, and family for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee, c uuic wno llave recently moved to their Is p-ir- ncw nome at 1107 Country club ^sv OoinL'S I Drive ' have had as their guest, i 'fa '"''Mrs. Estelle Anthony of Chicago *•' IT'S HEUER'S for House Shoes! M ' "d ond , . ' i party given by their daughte Johnny Logglns will arrive here [Mrs. Roy Nankivell, and Mr. Nan Wednesday from Texas A. & M., to klvcll, in Athens, Tenn. Mrs. Bobbie Bell left Saturda | visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Loggins. En route home, he will Cedartown, Ga., spen w on here's a stunning , sweater jacket ... hitting a fashion high J Open Nig-hfs Until Chrislniiis A darlins BOBBIE BROOKS thai adds real excitement to your sweater wardrobe! Knil ol cloud-soli 100% zephyr wool and dressed up so nicely with contrasting colored trim. Wonderlul colors... siies 34 to 40. ^J~einb era 6 '9 "THE FASHION SHOP' rest assured, Santa ... she'll love you for givi MOJUD Mojiiu "Magic-Motion" stockings give extra glamour and extra wear... because there's extra "give" and spring-back in the knit And because they cling to the leg, and fit without a wrinkle, the lucky gal who gets Mojtid gets e.tfra pleasure as she wears them! $450 J 6*. 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