The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 2, 1950
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FACT TWO BLYTHRVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER J, 1MO Society, AlewA J»a« Shelton, Socitty Editor W' i'hone 4461 and Unusual Placecards Used At Dessert Bunco Shower Mlniitu're handmade storks tied in liny yellow ami' »hUe ribbons Here used as placecurds for the 20 guests who attended the desserl, bunco shower last night honoring Mrs Carl Denton. ^ Mrs Wilson BohunnlnK and Mis. Ted Lssler were hostesses Tor the yellow anrt white party at the Rus- °Cenle'ring Ihe long table on which Mrs. Denton's layette gifts were displayed wns a low bowl Iillen with chrysanthemums and snapdragons In the chosen hues. In the bunco game, Mrs, Georce Pyles was high score winner, Mrs. !vf F Brownlee. Jr.. bunco, -"* Mr.s. Dick Watson, low. A shoulder arrangement of gardenias were presented the guest ot honor from her hostesses. Mrs cliff Bunting of Earle, houseguest of the bee stiles family anS Mrs.. Brownlee of Slkes- ton .visiting her mother Mrs. John Bourland, were out-of-town guests. - * ' * Mrs. Henderson Hostess to Contract Club Mrs Doyle Henderson entertained members "of the Friday Contract Club Rid one guest yesterday Ht her home for the weekly allernoor of bridge. Mrs. J. G. Trleschman - -'*as the club's only guest. .'"Arranged In the room In which .',;'''the guests were sealed were assort ti fall blossoms. Mr« G O. PoeU was high score "winner In the game, with the hos.l- • «s winning second high anrt Mrs. Loyd WhltUker, bridge. ":;'..;. Refreshments were served the . , guests. .--" ••• * • « .50 Attend Yuletide Theme Party at Country Club . A Urge Santa Claus head with tiny light* forming Ihe sparkling ,,«ye« adorned the large porch of the ^ Country Club yesterday on which , the 50 children attending the blrlh- 'd»y party feting Gean Brook Atkln- »on were received. ' Ge»n Brook, son of Dr. and Mrs. ' Oean Atkinson, observed his 6th '::.' birthday with the Christmas theme The enlerlainlng rooms In which " '"the party games were played were bedecked with masses of red and green balloons floating from the Bits of News If hilly / ersonal A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens By Sue Burnett For the man In yonr life—n neat, well tailored shirt lhal you'll find particularly easy to sew. An opctv- MLss June Stires, a student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, will lie the weekend guest, ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stires. Mrs. Hell wood has us her weekend guest Mrs. Ramsey Duncan fit Troy, Tcnn, Mr. and Mrs. U W. Reese announce the birth of their third child, a daughter. Thursday, at ;hflr home, 515 N. Second. She has been named Linda /Mae. Arriving Thursday night for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs, D. T. Stearns wre Mr. find Mrs. Orvllle Johnson of Ottawa, la., and Mr.s. Lillian Morris of Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Johnson .and Mrs. Morris are Mr. Johnson's sisters. Mrs. Cliff minting will leave lo- norro',v lor her home In F.arle aft- r having spent several ilnys here s guest of Mr. and Mrs, Lee Stiles incl family. Mr. and Mr.s. Max Usrpy arc in Oxford. Miss., today to attend the Ole MLs-M'isslsslppi State football lime. Miss Billic Rlclinrdon of Helena s .spending the weekend in Blylhe- illc with relatives. Mr.s. John Bourland has as her weekend guest her dauglilcr. Mrs M. P. Brownlee, Jr.. and family ol Slkeslon, Mo. Mrs. Loy Welch will leave tomorrow for St. Loui.s and Allon, 111. for several days visit. She will return Thursday. Mr.s. W. J. wlllingliam and daughters, Pat and Ann. anrt Mrs. Lee Whisking him away f'om Hw Feuiwig«' f Hie Gtvwt took Scrooge bocV to tht Kent of kis broke" »- jagcmcnl. His fiancee rejected him because o*- orher Wol had replaced her--a golden MM. With tfcat, the Gh«t of Christmas Past de- potited Scrooge in his bed, utterly exhausted, ond disappeared. But it seemed only seconds until Scrooge wotowk- ened by weird sounds from the »«xt room. AW lien, Screog* sow what night hove bee*. collared version is also provided Pattern 8357 has two types of shorts —yoked and boxer styles. Pattern No. 8522 Is III neck sizes H, 14',t, 15, IS'.-i and 10. Size 14'.requires 25j yards of 30-Inch. . Patlcrn No. 8357 Is In waist size 28, 30, 32. 34, 38, 40. 42 and -W Size 30 wnlsl. Hi yards of 33-incl for each style. For these patterns, send 25c lo EACH, plus 5c for first-class mall ing for COINS. celling* and walls. Adding i new twist to the party game, pin the l«ll on the donkey was the contest of pin the tall on Rudolph., the red-nose reindeer. Successful In the attempts were Charles ; Whttley, Ronnie Stewart •nil Ann Robinson. Je!f Chamblln was presented a prize during the other games. A large birthday cake encircled with slit lighted candles topped the refreshment table. Ice cream cones and .Individual cakes were the guest*. ' : Each guest received i toy favor; .from his host. Assisting Mrs. Atkinson during the affair were Mrs. T. E. Utle.v. Mrs. Louis 1 Hubener and Mrs. A. R. Olsen. * * * Annual Christmas Party Given at R. L. Wade Home "If I Had Not Come" was the •easonal devotional given by Mrs. J. W. Reeder yesterday at the annual Christmas party of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church held this year at the R. L. Wade home on Walmit Street. each pattern ordered, in , vour name, address, desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qlllncy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the latest issue of FASHION—Just off the press! This Pall anil Winter catalog is planned to guide yon smoothly In sewing smart, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed inside the boos. 36 j Richardson ahd daughter, Mar; Lee. are -spemlinij; today in Memphis. They went, especially to at tend the Hoy Rogers Show at El lis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwel] am Mrs. Charles Alford of Blythcvlll 'nnd Mrs. Katherine Green ot Ma niln left this morning for Llltl nock lo nltend the Grand Cliapte of the Order of the Eastern Star o Arkansas. The groyip was joined b Mrs. B. Craven. They will retur Thursday. Mr.s..'Jess tlorner and daughters. Jimnlle anil June. Jeanne Ellen Hood/! Johnna Wilson and LJmla Taylor arc spending today in Memphis. Tonight they will attend the Roj; Rogers Show nt Ellis Audit- orliini. LUXORA NEWS Hj ,Mri O (J Driver Mr. ami Mrs. Abe Ltveranl haji .s their guests during the holidays heir niece, Mrs. Edith Lyon, and on, Jason, of Porlland, Oregon; ir. and Mrs. Louie Lyon of Mem- ihls, and Miss Ruth Epstein of 'azoo Clly, Miss. Mrs, A. B. Bradley was hostess o Ihe Luxora Book Club at her lome Tuesday night. Seventeen for The nembc'rs ,verc present 1 he : busi- CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS Hy Joyce' Douglass —J-!'""—-feb J f. E. O, Meed Mrs. Guy B. M,lchie was hostess with Mrs. Chas. G. Ross when twenty five members ol the P.E.O. met Monday evening. Mis. Margaret Sawyer presided over the business meeting and Mrs. Agnes Pierce and Mr.s. Margaret Jane Carmcan presented a program entitled "The Melody Lingers On." icss meeting presided over by the ifcsident, Mrs. T. D .Wllklns. Mrs. John Thwciitt gave a travel talk on icr i-ecent U'ip lo Mexico and showed pictures of points ot interest on the trip. The Pidelis Class of the First 3aptist Church met Monday night it the church with 11 members present for the meeting presided over by the president, Mrs., Marcaret Moffitt. Mrs. C. B. Wood, class teacher, gave a travel talk on her trip through Florida, Cuba and Nassau. Mrs. John Thwcatl spoke on her recent trip to Mexico. Aflcr the program, Misses Moffitt and Eva George, co-hostess, for the evening served a dessert course. Mrs. R. J. Gillesple was visited by her daughter, Mrs. Alice Davidson, of Greenville. Miss., over the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs, Kowen Thompson Ilew out A review of songs and music from 1900 through 1950 was given and a barber-shop quartet, composed of Miss Mary Ellen Homer, Mrs. Paul Homer. Mrs. Harold Jones and Mrs. Redman Dunham, sang several the early Umes. Mrs. Mary Frances Hopke assisted at the piano. Farewell Party Given More than 250 persons were present at the farewell party given at the Armory In Caruthersville Tuesday evening honoring the Rev. P.J. Doyle. The Rev. Mr. Doyle who has .been pastor of the Sacred Heart Church In this city for the past 15 years left today for Fenton. Mo,, where he will be associated with St. Paul's Parish In that city. The Rev. A. B. Lelblnger acted as toastmaster during the evening. Ater dinner speakers Included; Mon- selgneur John J. o'Nell of Cape Irardeau, Mo., Ihe 'Rev. Joseph :ronon of Portageville. Mo., and Mo., second histh to Mr.s. W. D. Byrrt anrt bridge to Mrs, A. P. Nclfind. Kcrculion Held for Bridr Mrs. James M. Reeves entertained at her home ,on South Ward Friday with a reception complimenting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jim Ed Reeves. Mrs. Reeves and Mrs. W: A. Smith, mother of tbe bride, of Slkeslon. Mo., assisted the bride In receiving more than 100 friends during the afternoon. For the occasion. Mrs. Reeves dec- of I orated her home In fall flowers of Luncheon Meeting Held By Cliapler "N" of PEO Assorted lined lighted Christmas tnpers laced with swirls ol ansel's served I hair formed the centerpiece used at the 1 p.m. luncheon yesterday honoring members of Chapter "N" of the PEO. - ' f The affair was given at the Roy T. Bngley home with Mrs. Bixgley and Mrs. R. A. Nelson as'hostesses Guests' places at the long table werr designated with corsages ot holly. "Blue Teal" by Wallace SLcqucr 1950 winner of the O. Henry award was reviewed by Mrs. Freemar Robhison in the program scssioi following. Mrs. Robinson chose fo her subject, "Modern American Story" and selected ~ "Blue Ten! 1 for Illustration. The meeting was presided ove by Mrs.. Is. E. Old, president. Co-hostesses to the 20 members i M. m _.. a l "7"• F mn l,aci-»prJ e Mrs. Arthur Bush- NUIlieial / LmphaSliCO and guests wen ing and Miss CordeHa Wilhlte. Miniature lighted Christmas trees, -wreaths and other decorations sng- • gestive or the approaching Yuletide • season were. u.sed 1» the reception ... and entertaining rooms. - Following the exchange of girts, the hostesses served a party plate of loods further comlrilmcntlng the party theme. Guests for the occasion \veic Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. E, C. Brown "ami Mrs. E. E- Stevens. In Party at Medlin Home The numeral "7" topped each the small rrtkes served the 16 guest who attended (he party last nigh at the H. A. Medlin home on Ed wards marking the 7lh birthday Patricia Medlin, Contests and party games wcr played in the entertaining rooms o the home aEtcv which the Rssorlc gifts wren; opened by the guest honor. The individual candle sliiddc cakes find party fcods were serve by the hostesses' mother, assiste Mrs. Gene Burnett, from tl lace covered refreshment table. Coming Events Social Calendar , Mninlny WSCS of First Methodist Church is GUrtstma.s party at the church 2:30 p.m. WMS of First Baptist, Church will >scrve T3fc>* ol Prayer tor Foreign isslons at. 10:30 a.m. Lake Street Methodist WSCS iceis nt the 7 p.m. • Tuesday Mrs. Mas RcUl entertaining Tucs- ay Bridge Club. Town and Country Chin meeting Hh Mrs. James B. Clnrk. La Petite entertained by Mrs. Max isrey, Mr.s Dale BrEggfi hostess to Trl*own Club, Country Club Duplicate Bridge .caguc playing at the Country Club L 7:30 p.m. Mis. Ben Mac White hostess to .a Nuevc Club. WnlnwHay Mrs. Floyd Scay hostess to High Two Club. Twin Tnblc Club meeting with .trs. Nadine Spicdel. Mrs. Betty Young, co-hostess. Mrs. Ramon Morton entertaining CJB Club. Wednesday' Club meeting at S, J lire home. Thursday Thursday Luncheon Club entertained by Mrs. San ford Hnone. Mld-Week Chih meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. W, n. Mayo hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. W. J, Cupples entertaining the Avnlon Club. Kibitzer Club plays at Uie home of Mrs. Johmiv White. Friday Mrs. W. F. Me Daniel entertaining the Friday Contract Club. to Tuscon. Ariz., Saturday to drive Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ro/elle home from their visH there. Mr. atiri Mrs. Hays Cowan nnd children of Memphis spent Thanksgiving here as guests of Mrs. GO- wnn's mother, Mrs. Sue Brown. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Wilklns of Baton Rouge, La,, visited friends here Saturday on Lhctr way to Jonesboro and. Monette. Mrs. Raymond Pntc had as her guests over the past wefcend her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Frazier, or parkin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall and daughter/ of Jonesboro -spent the holidays with her parents' Re'v ami Mrs. A. B. Hill. Edgar Lynch of Kansas City, Mo. was a recent visitor of his mother Mrs. A. J. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Beonda Gaulcter announce the birth of a son horn Nov. '2 1 In Blythovllle. They have named the baby Michael Lane. Mrs. Gaulden is the former Miss Patsy Richard t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray 'L, REchardscm. Students of Luxora who sp'eht the holidays here Include Charles Brown, of Arkansas State in Jon- e.sboro; Miss Wndc McHenry of L.S.U. In Baton Honge, LB.; j nines L. Edwards of Arkansas State and Cleo Hannnh, Wade Arms and Miss Helen Hannah. Bill Nethery of Hayli/Mo. Ronnie F. Greemvcll of Hnyti, Mo., presented the gift check from the parish chrysanthemums, gardenias and snap dragons. A brides bouquet was used as a centerpiece on the refreshment tnbte which was presided over by Mrs, Morris Moon' of Evansville and Mrs. Sue Colemnn. A green and white color scheme was used throughout- the dining room. Brewer Unit Meets Tlie Brower Unit of HIP Methodist Church met on Monday evening with a buffet supper In the huse- :: merit of the church. Mrs. Bill ^Taylor and Mrs, Listen Neely were hostesses and the business session I was held in Parlor C. The unit will meet again Monday. Canasta Parly ("Jiven Miss Jfinette Ha mm and MIPS In the VFW building near Haytl, Mo. Speakers of the evening in-; eluded three members of -the VFW, Maurice Matin, Dr. Joe Pinion and Clyde Essary. A joint social meeting will be held nt the VFW post Dec. 21. Stork Shower Mrs. Novhian Powell of Kcnuett, Mo., the former Miss Helen Tistant, '.vss honored with a cradle shower Tuesday evening ab the home of Mrs. George Michie. Games were played during the evening with prizes going to Mrs. Babe VanAUs- dall and Mrs. .Robert Johnson who presented them to Mrs. Powell. SUnflll-While Mr. and Mrs. W. R, White announce the marriage of their daughter. Mildred to Ellis Stanfill Nov. 18 in Piggotl. Ark. Miss Lucille Stanfill sister of the groom, accompanied the couple to Piggott. They are. making their home at present with her parents in this city. County Agents A!ret W. P. James, county agent here has been selected as one of the county agents from this state to ntteml the National CsuuLy Agents Conference at the Edge water Beach Hotel in Chicago, III. this week. Mr. James expects to . be home Saturday, Kntcrtnins for Sluilcnts Forty' students home from col- tege.s for the Thanksgiving holidays and local high school friends \vcre entertained by Miss Nor ma _tanddnughler and niece, Ann M»- rie, daughter of Dr. and Mr«. Jack Pinion. Bud Schult, who ix employed in Memphis, spent Thanksgiving her* with hi* parents, Judge and M*n. L. H. Schult. Sergeant and Mr.s. Owen Warbritton were gueMs In this city from California during the past week. Mrs. Elmer Peal, Mrs. Bill Barret! and,.son Billy and Mrs. Frank Dauglnss were In Memphis shopping Tuesday. Mrs. Dyer Byrd, Mrs. Paul H<y,-, ner and Mrs . Blanche Bennett 1 spent Tuesday in Memphis on bus- in es.s. Mrs. Pat Holder left Wednesday for Maiden, Mo. to visit with friends, Mrs. D. Ben Holly and Mrs. W. N. Holly visited in Caruthersville with" their sisters, Mrs. Wes Bowman and Mrs, D. D. pinion Wednesday. Mr. anct Mrs. Dale Bracey ant' son Jerry spent Tuesday in Mem phis. • Betty .lean Kamra entertained, with. ,j cnn Bennett, Saturday. Refresh-' . canasta at their home on Walker I mc ,,t.Q for the party were laid out Girls Auxiliary Meets at Church The Intp.rniertiale Girl' Ausiliar; of the A r morel Baptist Church me Thursday night at the church for a mission program -with 12 member attending, "Sick BodleA and Sick SouIV wa the title for the evening's progran- with Wtlma Webb, Peggy Bourtanc Jean Parrlsh, Gladctoln Hedge an- Eleanor Beard participating. Prayer by Mrs. Tom Kellicfc ad journcd the meeting. Al The Hospitals nlythcvillr. Hospital Dismissed: L E. Rlggens. City. Mrs. J. W. Carnell and baby Cit the Rev. Mr. Doyle. A wtitch was given by the priests of this diocese and a farewell gift was given by the children of the Sacred Heart School. Several playlets were presented by the children under the direction of the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood; - Benefit Brldjce Parties Hetd Mrs. Ralph Pinion entertained Wednesday evening at her home In parkview with a benefit bridge (or the Woman's Club with Mrs- John Cantrell co-hostess. Pour tables of bridge were played with first high prize'going to Mrs. W. B. Morris, second high to Mrs. Joe Tipton and brldgo to Mrs. Cyril Henrirtcks. Mrs. E. C. Pierce and Mrs. J. W. McClosky were hostesses at a bene- t bridge on Wednesday afternoon :, the home ot Mrs. Pierce. Foiir ibles of'bridge and one ol Can- sta were played with prizes going ) Mrs. J. W. Tipton. Mrs. Luke tvnAusdall. Mrs. R. C. Dent, Mrs Vm. Crysler and Miss Marie .Sta- At her home on Carleton Ave.. Jrs. L. H- Schult, assisted by Mrs. 3. C. Bishop and Mrs. R. _NJ. 'ierce, entertained on Tuesday etrwxm .and evening wtth a bene- t bridge party Eoi t he Woma n's lub. Prizes in the afternoon were won by M rs. E. M. Coppa ge ant! Mrs. W. L. Cantrell. Evening bridge ind Canasta prizes went lo Mrs. L S. Shade and Mrs. Tressie B. Wilks Saturday Bridge Club Meets Mrs. J. W. CarmcAn eiUertainct on Saturday with a three course luncheon for the Saturday Bridge Club. Mrs. Daisy Martin of Steele Mo. was the out-of-town gues and won the consolation prize Guests Included Mrs. J. W. Tipton Mrs. Parker Kersey, Mrs. Han Cunningham, Mrs. Chas. Dorro with Miss Nclte I-ce Dorroh luncheon guest. First cluh prl?, went to Mr.s. J. W. Robins of Steclc Avenue Wednesday evening, Honor on sfnall Uhle5 throughout the re- guests were Helen Harms ot Bris! tow. Okla,, and Miss Madellta Tlam- ra of Hayti, Mo. ceptlon rooms. IVrsormts __ , j Mr. anrt Mrs Gco. Garrclt and Homemnkirc Meet | ^ c ^ Castlcbcrry have had as Mr.s. Ed Tutt was a gnest when; llleir c, uc ^. for the past few days the regular- meeting of tbe Home- -• Lignite must be specially [ it is to approach the 'lOue of coal. I makers Club was held at the home held during the social hour and prizes were awarded to Mrs. zula j Powlkes nnd Mrs. J. P. Peterson.! Plans were made for a pot-luck Christmas party to be held Dec. 12. Jijceti Mrel ' Phns were tnade v.1 the nieetuig of the Junior Ch'nmber of (om inerce at the Top Hat Cafe Thursday evening for another Turkey Shoot to be held Dec. 17. Due to t-he success of the Turkey Shoot Thanksgiving mid by popular demand the club will sponsor the event just outside Caruthersville. VFW Auxiliary Mecls Listen to KLCN aC 1B:IB m.r^. ami 4:00 p.m. dally for oar pro (ram announcement*. A business meeting was held Ark. nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. A Monday evening by the Ladles Atix-j lard and children of Victoria, Ark. llary of Pcmlscot Coimty Memorial were ''' Cftnithersville on Sunday Post 46BO, Veterans of Foreign Wars'to attend the christening of their Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe We del I and Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Castlcberry of St. Louis. Mo., and the Rev. and Mrs. L. F. LflFevers nnd son Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cambcll of Baric. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Cha.s. Hendrick.s ariri^ \ir and Mrs *,James. Dickson tors iK trie home oT Mr ''and Mr<; Doin Vicf ind family for ThanK-s- giving. : Mr. John Doiiglnss of Memphis, Term, spent Thanksgiving at home with his jinren\5, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dot)glass. Sr. Mrs A P. Williams of O.sceola, Pol- Bo.\ Office Opens sU I Show Starts 2:W p.m. \ Conllnuuiis Showing Everyday AD unUSUALGIfT Of Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James Dickson and baby. Air Base. Mrs. A. W. Spencer, City. Donna Ashmore, Stcelc. Mrs. J. E. Peterson, Huffman. Seven Attend RA Session A devotional taken from the book ; ol IVebicws was Riven Thursdny night for the seven members of the Annorel Royal Ambo.sao'ois who; mfit tit the Baptist Church. \ Following the brief buslnes $«- '• sion, Mrs. Bob Stovalt presented ; the dcvottona) after which joint repeating of the t/>r<Vs Prnyer ad* journert the session. j w 1 Christmas Cards | Unusual Greeting Cards d exclusively lo ench ciiRlo CATWALK—This privalc catwalk is a convenience eriioycd by Cuddles, six-year-old mouser belonging to Judge A. B. Duncan of SI. Joseph, Mo, Duncan finds it convenient, too, since it saves him going to Ihe doorway lo M Cuddl« la. IWUI.AR PU1CK1) Special selection Business and Social Use GIFT \VKAPIMNGS Complete Assortments Priced Only lOc up GOSPEL MEETING DEC. 3-10 7.30 P.M. Nightly 7:30 P.M. Nightly Everyone' Invited BARRICADE Serial Seas Conl. S "Pirates of the Hljh No. 12 *, Cartoon owini S»t. 1Z:30-U:<H Sunday & Monday JOHN GARFIELD TATRIC,!* NEAL W. T. 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