The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 11, 1950
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PAGE: FOtK J«a« Sie/ton, Society Editor (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phon« 4461 1 ft MJ&» Joyce While I* Wed High Noon Ceremony 1 Miw Joyce White, daughter o( ! l*r tnd Mrs Roy White, »as mar- I rted it high noon \e*terday lo V Billy Jamec Parrish In a single ring 'I'"e*remony solemnized at the Ar? .morel Baptl£t Church before a gath- l trtrtf ol relatives and friends. The Si'froom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ' 'J t, Parrish 1 t The Rey. William Edmondson officiated at the ceremony i Greenery marked the chancel rail <t» provide a backdrop /or the /loor :b«skets filled with while gladioli j,d«KlgruUng Ihe platform where the .wedding party gathered. A fan 'shaped design fashioned of I lie jsame white gladioli topped the pj- ,«no. ! Preceding the ceremony and during the nuptial exchange Neal Webster, pianist presented a program of wedding music. "Always" by Berlin rfwas sung by Mrs. Ray Downing, vo- /,c*list. An afternoon dress of an aii- ,;:tumn printed design was chosen oy i^Mrs. Downing, pinned at her shoul- jder were gladioli tied in ribbons jmatching the fall hues of her costume. ' T Attending as maid oi honor and '•only feminine' attendant was Miss 'Maxine Parrish. sister of the groom. ' 'She was dressed In i grey and blue ,*G crepe ensemble with which she wore jjjjlharmonizing accessories Dusty pin * .roses were pinned at her shoulder. Given In marriage by her fathe Mr. White, the bride selected fo ^ her wedding costume an Ice blu J i taffeta gown wo'rn with a deepe shade of accessories. The snug hoc tee was gathered onto a full Here skirt, She wore a halo of whi gladioli and carried a white praye book flecked with florettes of th white gladioli.. Gleaming whit tloves completed-her costume. Charles May serves as best man For her daughter's marriage, Mr White chose a crepe frock In i to mato red shade completed with har monizing accessories., ( A soldier blue--gown was tselecte by Mrs Parrish. Both pinned matching gladioli tied In ribbon accenting their frocks at thel : shoulder. Mr. and Mrs.-Parrish are lempor trily at home with the bride's par «nts In the Armorel community ' i Following the Christmas holiday i|j they wU! make their home In Chi I'l wgo. , Out-of-town giiesls were Mr. am . j Mr«. Fred Dallas of Dyess Colony IK Mrs. Dallas is an aunt of the bride £ MM. Vernon Butler and three chil dren of Dyess Colony, Mrs. Ceci ' Jonee and Mrs w. C. Ouens of Hip "•• ley, Tenn., sisters of the groom «ed Mr«. Junes Beard ol Bales SHIRTWAISTER ? Kay Skeari?T_Observe5 • A KrtWay with' Party It Kay Shear fa's dghth birthday, nine guests were fcrritwl to the home of her parents en West Ash afternoon of JNHty games, yesterday. Betty Gunn ami Barbara Bradley were priae winners .'in the afternoon's entertainment. .The large birthday cake holding eight lighted candles and candy letters spelling out "Happy Birthday Kay" was cut and served with party ir Birthday." • " " Miss Mildred chambers and Mrs , Glenn Ladd assisted Mrs. shearin ., throughout the affair. 'j ' "•.".'" • y Mid-December Nuptials 1 Planned by Mrs. Wildy OSCEOLA, Ark.,'bee. 11-Mr. and t Mrs Lester Ernest Wilson today j announced lhe ; . engagement and t approaching marriage of Mrs wil- I son's sister, Mrs. pixie Lee Wildy to Edwin Courtney Page. Mr. Pace is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewftt Talmadge Page of, Memphis. The nuptial vows, will be cxchang- j ed Dec. 18 at ihe Wilson home at , 4 p.m. r belore Immediate members j of the families of'Ihe couple. jfi Mrs. Charles Robinson ol Keucr '. will attend her jjkier as matron of 5 honor and only attendant. ,{ : Serving his son as best man will ;; be Mr. Page. .-• , ,. Mr. Wildy. who Is the daughter of ", the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Quinn !• of Osceola. was. eradualed from }; Osceola schools. |[ A veteran ol World War II. Mr. Page was graduated from the University ol .Mississippi. Oxford, where he was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is now altendine Ihe University o[ Tennessee Medical School at Memphis where he is al- filiatcd with phi Chi Medical fraternity. 85 12-42 ' Sue Burnett A beautifully tailored shirtwaist frock that's a perennial favorite. This one can have comfortable short sleeves, or if you like a sleeveless version Is provided for warm weather wear, pockets are optional. Pattern No. 8576 is a. sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 12, 14, IS, 18, 20: « and 42. Size, 14 414 yards 6t 39-inch. For this pattern, send 35c plus Sc for first-class mailing, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER . to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 w. Quincy street, Chicago. 6, III. Send 25 cents todav for your copy of the rail and winter FASHION, our complete pattern magazine. H contains a wealth ot smart, easy to sew styles: special features: gif pattern printed inside the book. Mr. and Mrs, Mark Stewart and family spent the weekend in Poplar Bluff, Mo., is guests of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller. Thev went especially lor the marriage of Miss Jamie, Ruin Weeks and Stephen Wisebauer yesterday in which Miss Barbara Stewart served as bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ellis spent Saturday In Memphis where they attended the annual Christmas party of Ific Gordon Foods Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gill and children spent yesterday in Memphis where they visited Mrs. Gill's mother. Mrs. C. E. Hilburn. who Is undergoing treatment at the Ban- list Hospital, Miss Marian Maycs. daughter 0 J Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes of Blythe- villc. wiio is attending Blue Moun- Collcge. Blue Mountain, Miss las been elected vice president of he Junior class ol Blue Mountain College, it was announced today. The 20th annual presentation of Handel's "The Messiah" will be presented Dec, n in Little Rock. Among the groups participating will «• the entire !)5 voices of the He.n- drix College Choristers. Appearing with the choristers will be Miss Mary Jo Eaton of Blythevillc, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Coady Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Critlendcn of Little Rock were, the weekend suesls of Mr. mid Mrs. Charles McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Crittenden ire former Blytheville residents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parrish had s their weekend guests their daueh- ers, Mrs. Cecil Jones and Mrs. w 3. Owens of Ripley. Tenn. They ame especially for the marriage of heir brother. Billy James Parrish CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS ».v Joyce Douglass — Phone :)8!K) Dr. M c ' ul > Meets and Mrs. o. W. Cook hosts Monday evening to Ihe Moil day Night Bridse Club, with a quail supper. HlKh score prizes went to were present Thursday when Mrs * e ' e L. B. Grlsham entertained i>- Dr brldgo to Mr. Cyril HcndrlcW. Names were drawn and plans were made for the Christmas party to be held In twn weeks at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Pininn. Music Study Club .Meclj Filtern members were present Monday evening when Mrs. Robert Mchrle entertained Ihe Music Study Club in her home south of here. A short business sr.ulnn was '-held after which Mrs. Guy B. Michie presented a program entitled "Music Around The World". A quartet composed of Mr. Wllby Rice, Miss ,., v Christian Women's Fellowship. Mrs. Lettie Neclcy presided during the business session and announc- O .,i ii -—•",•• ..,....„....* .„,. , ne Dusmess session and announc- *'t *£• J Af, , P '""" .,!!.'? I !* "»<•. ««. M. F. Daw.son would . . . be guest, speaker at, the Church (or the Woman* Day Service. Mrs. Orisham had charge of the program titled "The Love of the Country Church". A report was given on the Christian Hothe hi Cleveland. Ohio. Blrllidav Dancr Meld 'Hie farm home ol Mr. and Mrs, E. L, Morgan was atlraclively decorated for the birthday dance Friday evening honoring their granddaughter, Miss Carolyn Brown. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown of this city. Bernlce Proctor, Mlw Barbara! Rlrlhrtsv rrlehr»i»H Shaw and Mrs. Floyd Barnhart! M «. "a LI tl ° t" aled for sane several Christmas carols with j her small son, Bobby Rav Wedne"- •«'•* Aususta Bigham narrating, rtny when eighteen of Bobby's Mishie acromnanicri Mr friends were invited to celebrate his fourth birthday. A door prize went to Miss Melorlie Pinion and prizes for the several games which were played went (o Miss jane Ncelcy, Miss Pntricia Moll and Mijs Mrs. ^ Mrs. Michie accompanied Mr, Barnhart and Mr. nice when they sang solas of foreign carols. SKMO Club Meets Mrs. carl Baskin was co-hostess Thursday evening when Mrs. o. W, en rs Cook entertained (he SEMO Club ~, 5 '" Cnilt °"homo. Twenty one members. at he lour guests arxl two" new members! Mrs. Sam Buchman and Mrs, John Chaffin. were present . Mrs. Ralph Pinion, president, presided ovrr the brief business session. Program lor Ihe evening was an auction ol Christmas gifts with The irams room was decorated In the Christmas theme. Benefit Bridge. Held Mrs. J. w. Tip ton and Mrs. A P. Kersey entertained at. the home of Mrs. .Tlpton on Tuesday afternoon with a benefit bridge partv for the Woman's Club of Caruihei'j- ui auction oi unrlstmas gifts ..n<iin MC » omu ui uarmnel's- Mr.s. Denver Flke acted' a.s I vi " c ' Tabl * prizes went to Mrs. H, , e ce'as auctioneer. The club will m-ct wilh j P ' 21 for , Miss Joyce White, performed the Armorel Baptist Mrs. Jnhnny White Dec their Christmas party. Auxiliary Has Luncheon The annual Christmas Luncheon for Circle One of the Presbyterian Auxiliary was held at tile home of Mrs. Curtner Pierce Wednesday. Fifteen members were present antl two guests, the Rev. James M. Blanto nand Mrs. Jack Tiplon. Mrs. Pierce decorated her home In keeping with the Christmas sea een 'Agers Begin Yule Events With Dance for 100 Getting the Yuletide festivities off to t start for members of the :een-age set y-as the dance Saturday night In'the Mirror Room ol •fotsl Noble • for loo guests given fay Gail Whitsitt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and Drane Adams, son of Mr.- and Mrs. J. w. Adams. A large Christmas tree. Railv be- ecked. set at one. end of the spa- :ious room before a window, oiit- ined ii twinkling Christmas bulbs, olorful polnsettias set among lagnolia leaves re.sten in the many 'indows of the room. Tiny figures of Santa Glaus, ar- anged on a merry-go-round. top- Ted Hie long table from which arty foods were served throughout he event. Gaj-lands of Christmas reenery were looped about the able while snowball candles and my snowmen rested ai either side f the novelty merry-go-roimri to omplete Ihe seasonal decorations. An out-of-town guest (or the vening's dancing was Danelte Pors of Lepanto. Mr. and Mrs. Whitsitt and Mr. nd Mrs. 'Adams served as chap- rones for the event. Class,Yule Party To Be Tonight At -, p.m. tonight members of the lary Martha Sunday School Class ' the First Baptist Church will eet at the home of Mrs. Alvin uffman on West Walnut for the anminl Christmas party. Mrs. Pearl Dunn and Mrs. Dula Morris will serve as co-hostcsscs. nd estcrday at 'hurch. Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Garner and amity ol Sikcslon were the Sun- ay guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. c otterson. Miss Francos Bowen returned this lornlng from Luxora where she ad been with her mother, Mrs. am Bowen, who was removed to er home/over the weekend from emphis Methodist Hospital where he had undergone surgery. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck "and Mr and Mrs. R. E. Davis have returned from Mountain Home. Ark., where they were the weekend guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Lee Anderson. While there they visited the newly completed Bull Shoals Dam. Mrs. Bob Carson is now at her home in the Armorel community alter having been a patient at Walls Hospital for several days Mrs, Georgia Webster" Is reported in an Improved condition 'at 'the Baptist Hospital where she was r . moved Saturday after having been n stricken suddenly 111. Her condition j j until yesterday afternoon was regarded as critical. ! * Tommy Taylor left yesterday for deT,' n nunt. VleW ' Ar "" '° r " W « k ' s Martha Lee Kirksey, daughter ol ', ":,•".??. ^••••- Ro >'. L « K'rksey. 1*\> son and served a luncheon, alter which Mrs. H. P. Thwcatt opened the business meeting. The Rev. Mr. Blanton presented the program, which vvas the last ol a scries of studies on prayers. Mrs. Hilton Bracey gave a talk on "Joy Gifts," useti lo aid in the support 'of aged and retired ministers and their wives or widows. Bridge Club Meels Miss Jo Juda held high score and Mrs. W. N. Fisher bridgoed .for prizes when Mtss Pauline Gar'rcU entertained her bridge' club Monday evenin?. Mrs. L. H. Schult was a guest along with Mrs. w. N. Fisher. Christian Women's Swle'ty Ten members and several visitors Tlnveatt. Mrs. Delcrt Bishopi Dyer Byrd and MLS. j. vv. Carmean. Grand prize of a cake went lo .Mrs. Girnrd Callihan. B. anrt p. w. Club Meels The monthly meeting'of the Business and Professional Womens Club was held at the home of Ihe pres ident, Miss Mary Crews Joplln. Plans were completed for the Benefit Show which will be held at the Sladium Theatre.Dec. 12 and 13. Mrs. Joy Thompson and Mrs. M. J. Zarecor reported on the recent City Council meeting at which the new milk ordinance was discussed, and Miss Nellie McClanahan outlined plans for the Crippled Child- rcns Drive to be sponsored soon by this club. J. Ii. Moore Receives Masonic 5(11 In behalf of the Carulhersville Lodge; No. -Kit. A. F. 4: A. M., Elmer Peal presented James R. Moore with a 50-year button in recognition of his continuous membership in the order lor thp, past half century. Mr. Moore became affiliated with this Lodge in lilifi when he transferred his membership from Glass. Tenn... where he had been a member since i 1900. ! This meeting was the third an nual Past Masters Night observed by Ihe local' lodge and ten past MONBAT., DECEMBER 11, mMlerj vert present. They were J. W. Neeley, J. w. Carmean, r. H. Blomeyer, Dr. G. W. Phlpps, Dick Neeley, Hugh A. Tistadt. w. L. Cantrcll. H. G. Sprasue and HUEsell Vates and Harold Jones. Farm Hone Circle Tlie Farm Home Circle Extension Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Boyd prewitt with in all- day meeting and pot-luck luncheon, The business meeting, with Mrs, E. L. Davis presiding, was held before lunch and was opened with group singing. Mrs. J. c. Greenwell read the Monthly News Letter from Mrs. Zimmerman, the state a.Bcnt and plans were made for Mrs. Davis lo be hostess »t the Christmas party Dec. 1.1. The afternoon was spenf by the members making winter bouqueU for home decoration and gifts, in which weeds, seed pods and grasses were used to make arrangements. Cofllrarl Rrlrlft Club Meets Mrs. Kenneth Asher was hostess to> the. Contract bridge club on Monday evening. One guest was present. Mrs. Tom Terrell. Mrs. J. A. Haydcn won high with Mrs. Ed C. James second and Mrs. iver- son Michie winning the traveling prize. Drawer Unit .Meets The business meeting of the flro- wer unit of the Wesleyan Service Guild of Hie Methodist Church was being held in Parlor C ol the church on Monday evening with Miss Margaret Metzser and Mrs. Mabel Hen- dri'son as hostesses. The group plans to go carolhls Dec. IS and (he Christmas party will be held with MLss Martha Belle Brewer and her co-hostess. Miss BeHy Lois Watkihs. Miss Grace Badgett, deaconess for this county, will be the honor guest. Mrs. Lislon Keely spoke on medical missionaries in the Far East following the business session. Birthday Party Given Mrs. Delbcrt Harper entertained Sunday lor her young daughter. Jahnae. who celebrated her fourth birthday with ((I of her friends present. During Ihe afternoon, the children watched television and later Santa Claus came to make a list or toys the jiiest,* wanted for Christmas and lo brine Christmas favor.1. Guild Meeting Will Not Be Held The meeting of the St. Cedlias Guild to St. Stephen's Kpiscopai Church scheduled for tonight »t the home of Mrs. S. S. Patterson has been postponed until Ihe second Monday In January, it wa s an nounccd today. Coming Events Social Calendar Lake Street WSCS meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tnesdaj High school PTA has annual hristmas party at 3 p.m. preceded by an Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Tri-Town Club has 1 p.m. luncheon bridge Christmas party af>Ho- tel Noble, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon' entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. •La N'ueve meets with Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mrs. Phillips Robinson hostess to Ls Pellte. Country club Dupllcite Brid«4 League meets «(• the Country Club at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. R. c. Allen hostess for in- nnal Christmas party honoring Club Eight. Jon. 2 Next Date For Bridge League January 2 IK the next m«tln» dale for the Country Club Dupll. cate Bridge League, Mrs, W. D, Chamblin revealed today. The league will disband during the Christmas holiday festivities but will resume playing on the selected meeting date. Party Is Planned For PTA Members A Christmas celebration Is planned for members of the high school Parent-Teacher Association tomorrow aflcrnon following the regular session at 3 p.m. at the high school auditorium. An executive 'board meeting at 2:30 p.m. will begin the activities. A( The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. ollie Gaines. City. Patty Hyatt. Manila. Wilbur Thomas. Citv. A. H. Wallace, city" . sey. now able to be up after having been 11 at her home at 1M P " St '"* measles Miss Mary Niiiin Hollywood with arrive lo- morrow night. f rom the Ulllve - rsil ' ol North Carolina, Chanel Hill to be the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Marvin N,m n . Numerous event- are planned feting Miss Nunn prior a her Dec. 20 marriage to Dr Charles Morrow, in. of chapel Hill Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marshall motored to Memphis last niuht to accompany Mr. Marshall's broihet Rodman Marshall, to BlythevilJe for a visit. M r . Marshall is on nn annual vacation from the Philin Pine Islands where he has spent nur years as auditor for the Far ^Manila F ° rCC W '' h ll(Mril "'" l «5 Mr. and M rs . Wilson Bnitcy of .lomphis lelt (his morning lor ihcir ionic after being |h e " weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jolene 'lyatt and family. ° County Agent Keith Bilbrey w H Wyalt. O. O. Stivers of Blytheville and Virgil Johnson and ~Nornan Bailey of Leachvlllc | e a yes- erday for Dallas, Tc.x.. t n attend he annual convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Do PILES Cause You SLEEPLESS NIGHTS' Do you lie awake in pain because of piles? . • t,, r .» e .Thornton i-. Minor Clinic has published a book that describes the symptoms, causes and treatment or piles, fistula and otner rectal and colonlc diseases. It tells you the dan- twf o neglect, and what to do. The book s yours-FREE-i( you will • rite to us and ask for It. Thornton * Minor Clinic. Suite 1273. 911 E unwood. Kansas City 3, Santa Glaus? NO! "The Dixie Pig Is Coming To Town" Th* DIXIE PIG were open each night until nine j Beginning this evening, and lasting m,lil Christmas, « you'll find The Gift Shop 0 p En each night until nine, a Knjoy shopping leisurely in HIE evening. You'll find « a glorious assortment »f unusual gifts. 7.siirpnsiii K l.v J priced from less than a dollar, upwards. Perhaps (here's even a direct suggestion for you In this list: Jewelry by Cini' in silver Book f.nAs, iruejt books Cook books, memory books After-dinner cups and saucers M'all brackets and sconces Stationery Brass, copper and aluminum-* Hose bowls Lamps and pic.ures * Compact, by Wall and dressing table mirrors Musical jtucl boxes LucjiH;e racks, Inle tra.vs Gifts falorr [nr men' Clcarctle sets and ash triiys l»°lls for Ifttlt tirls Kefpsiikej for boys Wallets for men and \t-. Im , n roliignc for men inrt » Colofne bottles and dresser trays • Antique china inrl glass • Salad bowls t'olunU' • Cncklall shakers and flakes • Picture frames • Royal Dnullon figurines • Dresden figrurincs • f-rankcnlhfll figurines t Silver service with (niys • A complete line ol lablr pieces In slerlinr and English silver • Italian candj bo.tes and (rays • Key rin?s • Tiffin rr.valal • Hun! crystal • Candles, sift irr^pping, Christmas cards • Christmas Iret ornaments 5 Since ii is impossible In list our entire selection, ive } warmly invile you to drop in and examine our displays y yourself. We are certain (hnl yon will discover a | ri i|y § Histinclive gift for any name on your lisf,. .ronven- i | iendy offered lo you in one store. Do come in soon. tke MOSS BRYAN at 103 East Main Street Listen la KLCN it 10:10 a.m. »nd 4:M p.m. dilly tor om program announcements. Box Office Open* >t 1:4! 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