The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1950
Page 6
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•TACT TOUH BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COUNTER NEWS TUESDAY, -DECEMBER 5, 1350 Society, J«n« SheJton, Society Editor 9 Phone 4461 Miss Debris Mosley's Marriage To Guy L, Rodgers !s Announced Announcement of the marriage of Miss Deloris'Mosley to Guy L. Rodgers, ton of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers of Blythevilte, is made today by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. I,. Mosley of Half Moon. The double ring ceremony was performed Thursday, Nov. 30 at the home of tht Rev. T. J. Richardson, pastor of the Yarbro Baptist Church. The 3:30 p.m, nuptials « r erc exchanged belorc Mends and relatives. Mrs. Rodgers chose for her wedding costume a navy blue suit accented with toast accessories. At. her shoulder was pinned yellow 1 rosebuds. Mr. anrl Mrs. Rodgers left immediately, following the ceremony r,n a. southern 'wedding trip and are now at home at 2309 Kenwood Drive. The bride was graduated from Dell High School where she was valedictorian of her class. She is now connected with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. A graduate of Blytheville high school, Mr. Pledgers Is a veteran of three years service with the Army. He attended Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. ami is now employed by the Reliable Ufc Insurance Company in Osceola. * • i Tea-Shower Is Given For Mrs. Mino Dover, Jr. Continuing events honoring Mrs. Mino F. Doyer, Jr., a recent bride, was the. silver and crystal tea shower Saturday afternoon at the Sam Haynes home. Miss 'Nancy Holland, Mrs. Harry Miss Robertson- Hostess clev ision Party Miss Tommie Robertson was hos- fcss to members of a Sunday School Class of Ihe Wesley Memorial Methodist Church Sunday afternoon at her home for a television party. The hostess served party foods and drinks at, the conclusion of the programs. Michael Lane Honored Gray. Mrs. E. B. Thomas and Mrs.' ,-, c" I rv I I Haynes were hostesses .lo Ihe n51 (Jn OlXlh DlVlhday guests who called between 3:,1Q and 5:00 p.m. to extend besl wishes to Mrs. Dover, Yellow and white chrysanthemums filled bowls and vases set • n bout. Ihe entertaining and reception rooms. Mts. H. L. Halsell, jr.' presided •t the lacf, laid tea table. Finishing the table scene was the silver wrvire and design of chrysanthemums in the selected shades. Pinned *t the shoulder of Mrs. Dover's powder suit were gardenias, • gilt ol the hostesses. Tht hostesses' gift to the honoree w»« •• dual silver tray. • * * Christmas Season Stressed In Dance Decor^ions i Miniature fibres of carolers surrounded the bnse of the gaily lighted Christmas tree placeci in the Shrine l CHlb la-st night for the formal dance I marking the 13th birthday at rally 1 Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S F. E. Scott. ' Sixty members of the younger teen-age set attended the affair. Mrs. lone Gore of Blythevtllc and ' Leo Lipscomb of St«cle, directed • the dancing. Stressing the Christmas srason ' were the tiny sandwiches, cut as trees, punch and traditional birthday ' cakt were served the guests ihrou- ' ghout the evening . Patty was presented assorted gilts. ' Gifts Are Exchanged At Annual Yule Party Christmas gifU were exchanged ' by the 15 members of the Wcsleyan ' Service Guild of the First Methodist • Church who met last night at the- home of Mrs. Fred Steadinati (or I the annual yule party, f A miniature, Christmas tree and R harmonizing decorations \vcre plac: cd about the room in which the guesf.s were entertained. Following a covered dish dinner Mrs. Vance Henderson read the Christmas story. . "The Littlest Angel'' was toM by Mrs. Steadman followed by the story. "The Cobbler's Guest" given by Mrs. B. F. Scott, The sixth birthday of Michael I Latie was murker! recently with a >arty for 10 guests at the home of he guest o[ honor's aunt., Mrs. Donald Walters. In the parly games prices were won by Marty Caudle a^ld Gary 'ringle. Following an afternoon of lele- ision programs, the hostess served birthday cake and ice cream. Paul IJoyd is undergoing treat nient at the Memphis Baptist Hos pital. Mrs. Shclburne Brewer returne< Saturday from Bertran. Mo,, wher she had spent a week with Mr. ant Mrs. G. I). Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Green have a their liomcgucst. their daughter Mrs. Ruby Moore of Port Worth Trx. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill all 1 daughter, John Anna spent Suuda in Newport as fiuest,s of Mr. Dill parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dill. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamb and daughter, vivan of Memphis were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ru.^.ell Browder, Mr. and Mrs, L. T. Taylor and daughter. Sally Jo, have returned to Canulcn alter having been the weekend yuesLs of Mr.s. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman. Miss Clara Ruble ix visiting in Memphis. Mr. ami Mrs. Arch Benrd have a.s their houseyuc.sts Mr. James Heard and three children of Batcsville. Mr. and Mr.s. A. L. Smith of Sikeston, formerly of Blytheville announce the birth of a daughter, Sanda Kay. Nov. 19 in Sikeston. They have a so". Don. aged five. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kenlcy and daughter, Marion of Memphis, formerly of Blythevillc. were the Sunday --nests of Mrs. Henley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George McLeod. Miss Eunice smothers spent Sunday at Camp Chaffee visiting Ret. Tommy We.stbrook. Ret. Westbrook, formerly of Blytheville, was recently inducted into sei'vice. Lila Darleiie is the tiamc selected for the daughter born Nov. 28 at Walls Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Chapman. They have a son, Ncc- ly Russell who is three years old. Mrs. Chapman Is the former Miss Lila Hudson. Mrs. Joe Hourlanri and family are now at home on S. Franklin, they Tl **v s^r^V ^ * • j KfcJXS* , -':r;-fH /r HIGH SCHOOL Cl.UB OFFICERS—Shown following their Nov. 28 installation arc the 195U-51 officers of the Future Hcmemakers Club of Blytheville high school. Left to right, are, Vivian Jones, parliamentarian Ernestine Holt, secretary; Anna Lamb, vice president; Carol Bailey, president; Selma Lum, treasurer and .Jo Ann Tedlock, reporter, The installation was conducted In the auditorium with a social hour in the Home Economics Cottage following. Special,Program Given for WMU The Lottie Moon program was presented for the H members and two guests of the Armorel Woman's Missionary Union svho met yesterday afternoon at the N. C. Patterson home. Mrs. Buck Germany and Mrs. James Heard of Bnte.sville were the only guc-sts. Mrs. Henry Berry directed the program which opened with prayer by Mrs. Ira Dlxon followed by group singing and prayer led by Mrs. Pete Ashmore, ^ The devotional was given by Mrs W. L. Smith following by the program pretested by Mrs. W. E. Edmondson, Mrs. Frank May, Mrs Di.xon, Mrs- F. Gnrrfson. Mrs. Ashmore, Mrs. C. C. Elliott and Mrs Patterson. "I -Heard The Voice of Jesus Say' was sung by MM. Germany to con elude the program portion of the meeting. Following the brief ^business sc.s sion, prayer adjourned the meet AnlioneUe Lewis Observes eighth Birthday with Party Antoinette "Lewis wfls clsht years old yesterday and in celebration of ,he occasion, twelve RUesU were Invited to the home of her pnrenl.% Mr. and Mis. H. T. Lewis, for an nf tornoon of entertainment. Marilyn Sue Human nnt] Mary; Ffiyc Gude were presented in the contests and games conducted. After Antionettf! had opened her gifts, the birthday cake'bearing the letters, "Happy Birthday Antion- clte 11 and eight lighted randies was cut and served with party foods. Mrs, Lewis, wfls assisted in serving by John Arum Dill, A special guest -was Inr groat grandmother of the honoree, Mrs. C. P, Roberts. Current Questions To Be-Discussed "Wlial rio you know about World Government? What is thr, Getioci- dal Treaty?" These current questions will be discussed tomorrow ftt 2:15 over radio station KLCN hi Mrs. H. W. Wylic of the Chnrtcvoix Chapter of the CAR. In her di.sciissinns Mis. Wylic will explain why (he DAR is opposed to both Ihe World Government plan and the Genoclda] Trcaiv, formerly made their home in the Armorel community. Mr. Bourland is employed in Chicaco. Prayer Season Marked at Church inp. The hosUs-s served refreshments Tliti Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church observed the season of prayer for •cign Missions yesterday with a program presented at the church. The morning .session opened with the playlet. "The Urgency o( World. Voices" with the voices of the seeking multitudes, suffering humanity. Illiterate .masses, lost millions nnd need being represented. Pnrttci- paiits were Mrs. Marlon Williams Mrs. J. W. Raydcr. Mrs. Albert En- dcrlin, Mrs. Roy Hcnd, Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs, Darryl Swanor, with Mrs. E. H, McCUire portraying Christianity. Following a covered dish luncheon served at noon, the answering voice ol ihe Prince ot Peace was portrayed. TakSnp par Us were Mrs Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs, Alvln Huffman, Jr., Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mrs Theodore Logmn. Mrs. E. H. Browr ami Mrs. H. H. Brooks. ^ The prop ram was under the di rectum of Mrs. Shelburnc Brewer, Musical selections during the dnj were prese tiled by Mrs. Harold Davis, vocalist nnd Mrs. C. M Smart, pianist. The meeting was concluded with an offering for the Lottie MOOT Christmas Offering for Forcigi Missions. Study IsContinuec By Church Group Members of the Christian Worn j's Fellowship of the First Chris inn Church met yesterday after loon at the church to continue th Ludy les-son. "City and Rura Churches." Mrs. W. D. Cobb serve as program leader. Hosicsses to the members and on guest. Mrs.. Ruby Moore of Foi Worth, Te.x., guest of her parent Ir. and Mrs. J. E. Green, were Mr J. C. Ellis and Mrs. L, L. Wan Mrs. Rupert Orafton presided ovi he brief business session a/tc which Mrs. Cobb assisted by Mr John C. McHaney, Mrs. Moore Mrs. James Terry presented the jrogram, The Christmas Story was told by rs, Ei ic Whit ley, worship leader, followed by a. grovip singing atid an offering. The meeting was closed with the missionary benediction, In the social hour following, assorted Rifts were showered upon Mrs. Whltley. who is leaving soon for El Paso. Tex., to make her home. Refreshments were served. 5 WSCS Members Hear Final Lesson Fourteen members and one new memtxr of the Lake Street Meth- xilst Woman's Society of Christian Service mel last night at the Church for the concluding !e:json 'rom the study, "The Christian's Vocations." Mrs. J. F. Ellis was the new member attending the session which opened with prayer by Mrs C. M. Baxter. Mrs. W. L. Green, vice president, presided over the meeting during which she gave the devotional "The Father oJ Mankind." A duel was sung by Mrs. iverson Morris and Mrs. Laccy Gordon'fol- lowed by the concluding study taught by Mrs. George McGhehey. At intervals during the study Mrs Gordon presented articles pertaining to (he lesson thought. Prayer by Mrs. Morris closed the meeting. Northwestern Paraguay Is knowi as the Gran Chaco. 'rograms Reflect Yuletide Season Programs shaped •£ liny Christ- nas irces were presented the mem- >ers of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Dell Baptist. Church who met last night at the church for the Royal Service program, 'Speeding the Light." Mrs. A. E. Caldwell presented the devotional following the Joint singer which opened the session. Prayer was led by Mrs. B. G. Gill preceding the program directed by Mrs. Curtis Downs, Jr. Participant! in the discussions were Mrs. H*ry Cook, Mrs. Ray Morgan, Miss Martha Crocker, Mrs, K. H. Pruitt and Mrs. M. R. Griffin. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party in a business session following the program. Following the dismissal prayer led by Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Clinton Sa\ith anti Mrs. Bill DavSs, h tesses. served party foods. Lignite runs up to 40 per cen moisture. At The Hospitals Blftherillc HocplUI Dismissed: Mrs. Clarence Herbert and baby, Roselaiid. Ray Hudson, City. Mrs. Leonard Pruitt, City. Children Visit Iceland's President \ HEYKJAVfK, IceUnd (AP>— The president df Iceland. Sveinn Bjornsson invited the children of Kellailc Airport, who are mostly of American and Icelandic-American parents, to his country residence the other day. Th« home, which is over 200 years old and was formerly the residence of the Danish governors, is furnished with many handcarved pieces in the traditional Icelandic style. BJorns- 5on invited the children into his study where he showed them his collection of photographs of European Royalty as well as many notables of the United States government. Corning Events Social Calendar Otid FcHo\V5 Lodge meets at 1:30 .m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge .ca^ne playing at the Country Club I 1:30 p.m. Woiim-sfla.v Mrs. Floyd Scay Hostess to High Vn Giub, Twin Tiiblc Club meeting with ,lrs. Nadine Spiedel. Mrs, Betty foung, co-hostes-s, Mrs. Ramon Morton entertaining CIB Club. Wednesday Club meeting at E. J Cure home. Lutheran Women's Guild meets it S p.m. with Mrs. P. L. Little. 405 lollatid. Thursday Thursday Luncheon Club enter- ;ained by Mrs. Santord Boone. MEd-Week Club meeting with Mr&, B. A. Lynch. Mrs. W. B. Mayo hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. W. J. Cupplcs entertaining ,he Avnlon Club. Kibitzer* Club plays at the home of Mrs, Johnny White. Frldiy Mrs. W. r. McDaniel entertaining the Friday Contract Club. Aluminum Wallt Set For Skyscraper NEW YORK (AP)— ahmil- num panels are taking the place of brick facing in enclosing N' York's newest skyscraper, a 2<-story structure at 655 Madison Ave. Reflective insulation In connection- with the alr-conditionin:; of the building is one of the purposes, Modern appearance -Is another. Louis Katz, the builder, says flfl tons of aluminum, acquired before the freeae, are being used. Legion Meeting Will Be Held The bi-monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary originally scheduled to be held tonight at the Hut immediately following the Christmas parade will be helc at a p.m. due to the pastponemcnt of the parade, it was announccc today. Housework Not A Chore For This Lady Now Mrs. Laura Norm. 1325 A South 6th St., St.. Louis, Mo., says doing j the family washing aiui housework j Is no longer a chore. She'says she! can do her work in a breeze no'.v.i She thank-s wonder ful HADA- COL for her feeling of well being. 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