The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1950 · Page 4
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FACE FOUR J*n« Shelton. Societj Editor BLTTHliVTLLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1Z, 19W Phon« 4461 Cosmefics Put into Hiding for Yule Time Mabel Jewell Booker Weds In Illinois Nuptials Mr. »nd Mrs. W. W. Booker of I! BlythevUle today revcnled the mar- j rlage of their daughter, Miss Mabel i I Jwrell Booker of Desplalnes, m., formerly of Blythevllle, to Thomas -f Everett Benton, son of Mrs. T. E i Benton also.of Blj-thevUle. The double ring ceremony was performed Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23. In Desplalnes. Mrs. Benton chose for her wed- dlngtume an EUcnbcrg original of brown gaberdine featuring a fitted bodice gathered to a ballerina length skirt. She pinned green orchids at her shoulder. , A member of the 1348 Blythevllle high school graduating class, the bride is now employed by the gov emment'ln Desplaines. Mr. Benton Is n veteran of three years service with the VS. Navy »nd is now connected with the Pet erson Oven Co., in Franklin Park.* Mr. Benfon and his bride are at Mrs. Thomas Evcretl Ben Ion Jernlgan home at 1385 AshMnd Avenue Desi plalnes.. f. * * • ' ** i Church Class Entertained | At Yuletide Party-Meeting | An evening of Christmas games 1 and exchange of gifts entertained ] the 28 members and eight guests of I the Dorcas Sunday School Class of I Calvary Baptist, Church who at- I fended the annual Christmas party held at (he home of Mrs. Howard Caldwell last night. Tall burning tapers set atop the dining Uble provided the only li»ht- Ing for the party, with a single decorated, cake topped with the iet- ~'*> "Happy Birthday, Jesus" and lighted with. i single candle form- tag the centerpiece. Harmonizing decorations, accenting the season »ere placed throughout the-home Preceding the social, a brief business session was conducted by Mrs Herman May, class president Prayer led by Mrs. E E Smith opened the evening with the seasonal devotional, "inviting Jesus r™ ™ ur Home" given by Mrs. Hu- Bert Palsgrave? Prayer by Mrs. P. H closejd the session. Guests for the occasion were Mrs f A Parrlsh. Mrs. Flossie Hill, Mrs SvZ « lex l nder ' Mlss Nad| ne Shipley. Mrs. A. D. Priest, Mrs. Jante ROM, Miss Carolyn Alford and Mrs. Helen Hrxlge. * • • Greenery Design Forms Centerpiece for Party A cascading spray of greenery dusted in necks of silver interspersed m gleaming silver .and green baubles and :centered'with a'single large whit* candle was the center. Piece used yesterday at tlte onnua Christmas party of the First Chris tlan Church group.'!. The three women s groups. Love, Hope and Faith, met at the church for the party. Group leaders, Mrs. John Me-' Haney, Mrs. Russell Hays and Mrs. Freeman Robinson were hostesses lor ' the Yule event which began with a I p.m. luncheon. Mrs George Barham offered the blessing for the meal which was .served buffet from a long table which held the striking greenery design Singing of Christmas carols followed 'the. luncheon after which rnoneyl earned, by the members . through various forms of work was turned into the society to be used toward the building fund. The missionary henedication closed the session. Guest with the groups was Mrs. Lee Moore of Alberquerque, N.M. houseguest of her parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. L Green, Mrs. Rupert Crafton serves as president of the Christian Woman's Fellowship. Numerous Events Plannec! Honoring Miss Nunn Blythevllle's social season will take on an added whirl during the Yule holidays due to the numerous events' planned 1% compliment lo Miss Mary Nunn, prior to her Dec 20 marriage to Dr. Charles Morrow III of Chapel Hill, N.O. Miss Nunn Is arriving by plane tonight from chapel Hill to be the guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Nunn. Beginning the series will be a tea Wednesday afternoon at the spacious country home of Mrs J c Ellis at Barfiold. A dessert bridge at the home of Miss Betty Black on West Main Thursday night will continue the pre-nuplinl events while a group of Miss Nunn's friends have been Invited to the newly completed Dixie Pig Friday night for a dessert bridge at which Miss Winnie Virgil Turner will be hostess. A coffee Saturday morning Is being planned by Mrs. Marvin Nunn Jr., and Mrs. H. G. Partlow further' continuing the affairs for the bride- elect. The J. M. Williams. Jr., home will be the setting .Saturday afternoon for a dessert bridge. Several other events are planned prior to the nuptial exchange Climaxing the events will be the rehearsal dinner for the bridal party at Hotel Noble given by the Bits of News bride-to-be-parents, Marvin Nunn. Mr. and Mrs At The Hospit :als Blythtrilie Hospital Dismissed:. Mrs. Harvey Permenter Luxora Carol Richards, Tyler, Mb I-onnle Counts, Manila Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Hyde, City. .Mrs. cieo Pope, City Mrs. S. P. Martin, City. Mrs. Boswell Is Wed In California CeKemony Announcement k made today of the marriage of Mrs. Nancy Boswell ol San Francisco.* Calif., formerly of :BlythevilIe to B. E. Rch-' bock also of San Francisco. The vows were exchanged in San Francisco on Sept. 12. A navy bine suit worn with matching accessories wa.s selecteji by the bride. At her shoulder was pinned a sirigle purple throated orchid. Following a wedding trip through Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Rehbock are now at home at 2148 Post In San Francisco where Mr. Rhebock Is a longshoreman. * • * Luncheon Plans Made by Group Final plans were made for a luncheon to be served Wednesday to the District Conference and also to 13 members of the Jonesboro district of the Woman's Society t.f Christian Service yesterday at the weekly WSCS meeting at Lake Street Methodist Church. Prayer led by Mrs. C. T. Shamlln opened the session, with Mrs Billy King conducting the business preceding the program. The annual Christmas party will held Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at the church it'was decided. Program chairman. Mrs. W L Green, directed the chosen topic, 'Health." which she opened with :he devotional "Be Still and Know That I Am God." Program participants were. Mrs. Joe Strickland. Mrs. Shamlin. Mrs. George Stilwcll. and Mrs: Don Lnlz. Joint repeating of the Lord's Prayer adjourned the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E, H. Shuford left Sunday for their home In Hickory N. c., after several days visit here with their daughter, Mrs. Harry A Haines and Mr. Halnes. Miss Mary Jo Hell has arrived from Hampton, Va., to spend the Yule holidays as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Miss Mary Sue Crafton, a freshman at Brenau College, Gainesville. Ga., will arrive tomorrow night for a three weeks holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Rupert Crafton, Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, Jr., and f° n ; George, and Mrs. Johnny While spent the weekend In Senatobia. Miss., as guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Sheddan and Mr. and Mrs. u. G. Hose borough. Charley Lutes. Ira KQonce, Clyd I.uics and c. B. Pankey left toda on a week's deer hunt near Moun tain View. Ark. Phillip Applebaum left today to Little Rock on a business trip Mrs. Sclma Levy Atlenberg _ Memphis is the houseguest of Mr and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris for brief time. Mrs. Florence E. Smythe of LO Angeles, Calif.. 1 5 the hoiiscgi.est o her son, Gilbert Smythe and famlK Mrs. Smythe will remain until aftc the holiday season. Mrs. J. M. Glllespie and Mrs Vernon Thomasson have returned from St. Louis where Mr. Thomas son completed plans for return Ing to Blytheville where she an, Mr. Thomasson will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomasson are former residents. Mrs. Farrls McCalla has returned from Memphis Methodist Hospital where she was a patient for three weeks following surgery Her condition is reported as satisfactory Mrs. Lee Moore of Albuquerque '• itf.. Is the houseguest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. j. L . Green Mrs. L. D. Chamblin underwent surgery yesterday at Memphis Methodist Hospital Miss Vivian Taylor arrived last night from Sophie Newcomb Col- La., to Singing Convention Plant Monthly Mating Monday The Northeast Arkansas Slngin* Convention will hold Its monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Sunday at thi Church of ood, 30th and Cherrv Streets, according to Amo» A. I>d- ford, president. Ahiong. the singers on the program will be Troy Liimpkln, Ken. nett. Mo., gospel singer, and Kverai quartets and trios. The meeting will be open to the public, Mr. Ledford said. u Listen to KI.CN at and 4:1)0 p.m. daily for om program announcement!. Box Office Opens at Show Starts t:i)a Continuous Showini Kverydaj Tuesday On/y . T — •>" *>*"•«, tic i paieiiis Mr. and Mrs. Harman Taylor Miss Taylor arrived several days early to undergo medical treatment Mrs. s. B. Webb and Mrs. Charles Allord spent.yesterday (n Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mitchell of St. Louis will arrive tonight to be the holiday guest of their son, Calvin Mitchell, Mrs. Mitchell , and family at their home In the Lost Cane community. >' v t ; Mrs. Pearl Hires '-- i, m at her home on West Walnut. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Mission Program Given for GA The Lottie Moon Mission pro- i gram was.presented for members ofi the. Calvary Baptist Intermediate' GUI's Auxiliary and their counselor, Mrs. J D, Widner, when the group met last night at the home of Mrs. Gene Karris. Joint repeating of the GA watchword and singing, "We've A Story .to Tell the Nation" opened the session. Auxiliary president. Jo Anne Tedlock, presided over the business portion during .which plans were discussed for presenting a Christmas basket to a- needy family. Peggy Allison directed the mission program with Lena Faye For (he kindergarten-through grade school miss—a pretty, easj to make jumper with exciting detai 1 To match, a dainty drawstring blouse that requires a minimum o fabric. Pattern NO. 8210 comes In sizes 3, 4, 5, 6. 7 and 8 years. Size < jumper, 1% yards of 35 or 39-Inch blouse,-l yard; 1 yard ric rac. I-^or this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS your name, address, sizes desired and the PATTERN N'UMBEh to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Fall and Winter FASHION, our complele pattern magazine H contains a wealth of smart, easy to sew styles; special features; gift pattern printed Inside the book. ircle Meetings Held by Women Women of the First Baptist Jhurch met in Circles yesterday In various homes for study lessons and Christmas celebrations. ' • Mrs. Linwood Lewis entertained .3 members of Circle One among which was one new member, Mrs V. w. Mitchell. The Christmas program was presented under the direo- 100 of Mrs. shelburne Brewer. Mrs. Tom Jackson led iij the opening irayer, with Mrs. Alvin Huffman llsmlssing the service with prayer. A potluck luncheon and exchange f Christmas remembrances enter- air;ed ths lo members of Circle Two •no met at the home of Mrs. Maron Williams. Mrs. Walter Bishop ed in the opening prayer after hlch she read the Christmas story -ames were played by the group ' Nine members of circle Three let. at the home of Mrs. Jim Oral- ton for the meeting which opened 1th prayer by Mrs. C. L. McWa- Sr. Mrs. E. H. McClure taucht lesson after which Mrs j "w ayder closed the session with rayer. J^lrs. R. D. Hardaway opened the Thnxton. Jo Anne Tedlock, Doro• Rollison, Peggy Webb, Bernice Flowers and Mrs. Widner partici- ating. A special offering was taken. The hostess served a dessert oiirse to her guests who were seat- S^ £,—..-.„ >.i*u "tit aeilt,- es\n t> d in the entertaining rooms, which adtoumrrt ere decorated in compliment to! ^".Tl ere decorated" ncomDln!ent he Yuletide season. C ° mplln!ent Coming Events Social Calendar' Tuesday Odd Fellows Lodge meets at 7:3( p.m. East Side Garden Club meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Street Methodist Church for a discussion ol Yule decorations. Wednesday Jayceettes meeting at 7 p.m. at he Jaycee Club house. Mrs. Charles Aiford entertaining members of the Thursday Bridge uitiii with, a dessert bridge Christmas parti- at the Razorback at :30 p.m. Chapter "D" of PEO has Christ- nils party .at the Rozorback at V Affiick at 1 p.m. Sudbury PTA meets at school at p.m. preceded by «n Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Miss Mary Nunn. bride-elect of meeting ot seven members of circle Four at the Jesse Seeman home with prayer. Mrs. C. S. Lemons led in the lesson study after which the closing prayer was given by Mrs, J. J. Cookston. Twelve members of Circle Five met with Mrs. Leslie Moore for the lesson taught by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Prayer by Mrs. Ted Kin=> and Mrs. E. H. Brown opened and closed the meeting The circle members exchanged gifts. Circle Six, with nine members present, met with Mrs. T. c. Brannan Prayer by Mrs Branan opened the meeting after which Mrs E E SW- vcns directed the study of the lesson. Prayer by Mrs. M. w. Lewis session. . hours followed each meet- PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET 1044 Chickasawba Avenue All Week Market Specials Wilson's Vt OT whole Cured Lean, Sliced HAMS lb 490 BACON Krey's, lb. roll Chuck or SAUSAGE ,,390 ROAS CHOP?™™ " R ° undor Krey's Mello BACON 390 lb. Ib. 430 STEAK ,,,790 Skinless r 490 FRANKS „, 490 Holiday time is Dress-up time... r i a m Scrape entertaining the Dr. Charles Morrow, III will ba complimented with a bridal tea at the home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis at 3 p.m. Mrs. Otto TLK Club. CIB Club plays bridge at home of Mrs. Harold Nunn Mrs. W. L. Ingrum and'Mrs. L. B. Parks entertaining Twin Table Club. Hobby Lobby at the First Methodist Church 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. Thursday Mrs. H. C. Blankenship hostess at her home at 30D Kentucky to members of the Phebean Sunday School .Class of the First Baptist Church for the annual Christmas nd potluck supper beginning p.m. , • . Mrs. Phillip Applebaum entertaining the c. and N. Birthday Club at her home at 6:30 pm Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs, E. B. Gee entertaining Thursday Club. Mid-Week Club plays bridge at the home ol Mrs. Cecil Shane Kibitzer Club meets w.ith Mrs. C w. Affiick, Jr. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Cleo Wren. Mrs. Cecil Ulm hostess to Alpiia Beta Bunco Club. Avaloii Bunco Club meets with j Mrs. Bill Gilbow. Hobby Lobby at First MetUodlst Church from 9 a.m. iill 9pm Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Meth- odist Church will have covered dish Christmas party at the church at 6:30 p.m. Each guest will brin» a hobby lobby gift. Saturday Cotilli:n Club annual Yuletide I dance at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Mr. 1 and Mrs. George Dillahunty, Mr and Mrs. w. R. L~wshe, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Glum, Mr. ami Mrs. B. B. Goodman and Mr. and Mrs Max Logan. Selected Short Subjects Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. 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