The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1950 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 14, 1950
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE FOUR BIIIUVTLLE (AMCJ CKPUB1U WBWf JAM SheJton. Society Editor PhoM ittl Tea-Shower Begins Series Moxley Home Party ~ " VI •' ' n ' Of Pre-Nuptial Events Tiny an figures surrounded Cerise, silver and Liu* predomt- Miss Frances McHaney was host the borne. A outclass vase filled with white chrysanthemums suggestive of the bridal theme, combined with the brilliant hued poinsettlas, accenting the holiday season, to form a set- tin* lor the affair, one In a series ietinc Miss Nunn prior to her Dec. 30 .mintage. Snowmen, in graduated sizes, topped the mantel of the reception room. Set about in snow flakes, the tiny characters were Interspersed with snow balls to complete the winter scene. Contrasting with the winter setting were the bright costumes oi the snowmen In Christmas colors. . The dining room of the home was an all while bridal study, with tiny figures depicting the weddinft party- members adorning the buffet, which. was lighted with silver metallic wrapped candles tied In swirls of .white satin. A hand crocheted iace cloth overlaid the table with identical candles to those lighting the buffet providing a solt glow for the scene. Swirls of silver fluffs surrounded the glistening silver bow and arrow which completed the graceful design of white snapdragons forming the table centerpiece. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., Mrs. R««e Harp. Mrs. J. O.' Ellis, Jr., presided over the' guest book. Sixty guests were Invited to call and extend best wishes to Miss Nunn. • A trousseau model of a rust; checked suit worn with brown ac: cesaorles was chosen by the hon- ore« for th« occasion. At her shoulder was pinned white carnations, - » gift oj the hostess. Harmonizing arrangements of carnations were presented e»ch of the reception attendants. After Miss Nunn had opened and displayed her gifts, the hostess presented her with an ~ " Udle candy dish. Mr*.' Marvin Nunn, mother of the bride-elect, wa» a special guest. ' Mra. C. A. Tant assisted the hos- tes». trimmings, was served. Mrs. Russell Fa'rr directed the program which opened with a vocal solo by Mrs. Worth Holder accompanied at the organ by'Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mrs. smart also played a medley of Christmas music. The Christmas story taken from the boolt of Luke was read to the group by Mrs. Walter Bishop after which Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr.. reviewed the story, "A Christmas Carol." Mrs. J. W. E^ayder acted as Santa Claus for the group u she distributed the gilts from under the tree. A table lamp and other gift* were showered upon the class teacher, Mrs. Bishop. • * * Three Tables of Guests Meet at Turner Home Three tables of bunco guest* were Invited to the Herman Turner home PYlday night to attend a miscellaneous shower feting brfde-elect, Miss Willa Mae Johnson. Miss Johnson will be married soon to Edward Weldnn of St. Louis. Mrs. Gene Johnson was co-hostess for the bridal affair. Salmon pink gladioli and potted plant! decorated the entertaining rooms in which the evening was spent. High score winner in the bunco •_-..- . . - • . . Same was Mrs. Turner, with Mrs. TW«nty - rour neighbor* and Johnson winning second high and friend* of the Wagrver Adams' at- Mrs- N- W. Trantham, low. tended the buffet supper party ~-— J .Tut«d*» night at the Woman's English silver .:--.' 24 Attend Farewell Party Given at. Woman's Clufe Setting for Gleaners As the 40 guests arrived Mr- . ley played Chrlstmaa caroU and -•• — .. 0 ..~« H »^i V uc giow other appropriate music on the ? Sleaming red tapera lurrounded Hammond organ. The gue»U de- hv hollv Tinv '"" —- - — posited their gifts under th« gslly lighted Christmas tree. Centering each of th« mull tables set about the home wen tiny glass ornaments In the party colors which.were later used u oorsages for the guuts. Racing across a Urge mirror of the room was a scene depicting Santa Claus and his eight reindeer. A giant cerise candle surrounded by baubles in selected colon formed the centerpiece for the din- Ing table from meal, complete which the buffet with turkey and Pinned at the shoulder of Miss -—* —-e*'- "" vim rvuniaua Club , given by a group of neigh- bora^ of-the honorees on Kentucky . BUwU. Mr. - and Mrs. Adamj and T ;j Jamtty Jeft this morning [or Cros- «*tt, 'Ark.,- to maii their home. : Hoeti and-hostesses for the fare- wen party were Mr. and Mrs. Mike .Yatai, Mr. and Mra. Mark Stewart, Mr. «nd Mrs. Milton SnoV, Mr. arid Mr*. RUey Adam* and Mr. and Mrs J. D. D»vii. tight*! red candle* topped the !. table from which the two course buffet supper 'was served. Christ- ••mu balls resting in gleaming tin. ae! .centered the table. Sugar plum fa-ee« and tiny trees made oi as- wrted Christmas balk were set about the spacloua room. Red roses arranged to a potery bowl topped the mantel. The remainder of the evening •pent in dancing and playing canasta. The • couple was resented with gi!t» in their sterling pattern from the guests. Johnson's pink suit was a gift corsage oi gardenias. Completing her fall ensemble were blick accessories. After ,tjM gifts'for her new home had beeriiopenn! and displayed the hostesses served a dessert course. ' Mrs. Trantharo, mother of the bride, was a special guest. • • * Miss Goodrich Leads Score In Weekly Dessert Bridge Miss Vera Goodrich was high score winner, Miss Luella Barnes second high and Mrs. W. H. O 1 Keefe, bridge last night at the weekly dessert brldee meeting of the CIB Club. The home of Mrs. Harold Nunn on 8th Street was the setting for the affair. The guests were seated at small tables set up in the entertaining room, which was decorated with potted plants. ' \ Following the game, the group presented Mrs. Nunn with t layette gift. Miss McHaney Entertains With Holiday Dinner Party glls tr«« set up room. The —• e*^ u '"*"o •«-*» vaij^tf aurroi by holly. Tiny tree* mad* of glistening Christmu bauble, completed the seasonal decorations. Small sock« containing money the group had earnad through various forms of work, were placed under th« lighted Christmas ' in the entertaining —..,. „„ money was offered to the society to be applied on th* bulWing fund The remainder of the evening,was spent Informally. Tea Is Given Honoring Company Employees employees of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co were honored Monday when fellow employees entertained with a tea shower In the office lounge. Receiving miscellaneous gifts from the 40 guests were Mrs. Charles Smith. Mrs. Montelle Oracey, Mrs. Thurm»n Tinker. Mrs. H. O. Weathers, Jr.. Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mrs. Ouy Rodgers, Miss Joan Lutr and Miss Willa Mae Johnson. Green was the predominate color In the decorations with slender green tapers burning in crystal candelabra set atop the lace laid refreshment table. Forming the centerpiece was glistening tinsel set with Christinas balls. Presiding at [he Uble was Mrs. Martha Brooks, Mis* Madge Vastbinder and Mrs. J. D. Davis, Jr .. * • • Luncheon-Bridge at Hotel' Honors Tri-Town, Guest A three course luncheon followed by an afternoon ot bridge was given Tuesday at Hotel Noble In compliment to members of the Trl- Town Club in celebration, of the holiday season. Mrs. Dale Briggs was hostess to the club and one guest, Mrs. John R. MacDonald. Greenery. encircling a single Christmas candle, made up the holiday design topping the table from which the meal wu served. In the bridge - game following, Mrs. James Terry was high score winner and Mrs. Russell H. Parr, second high. Iced drinks were serv- ts were exchanged by the members who hfd previously drawn names for' the occasion. • • * C. W. Afflick Home Setting For Chapter "D" Party Nineteen members of Chapter "D" attended the annual Yuletlde celebration given yesterday by Mrs. C. W..,.AfIllck at her home on 10th Streetr Seated afc the dining table for the games, 1 p.m. luncheon, colorful poinsettla Hanked by silver candelabra hold red tapers provided —... ... v v M^uit^o aca9ivu!. ra[J James C. Guard told the Christma followed by an .exchange imong the members. All were Cttib Meet* for Playing Canute at Ingrum Home Mr». W. L. Tncrum acd Mra. L. „. Parka tnfortalmd mcmbcri o* th* Twin Table Club la«t nfcht at the Tngrum home for an evening oi playing canasta, Potted flowers decorated ttw room in which the evening waa »p«nt. High score winner wu MU 0 Prance* McCollum, with low score going to Mrs. Sam Macre. A dessert course was served arid names were drawn for the Christmas party planned for next week • • » AH Members Present For TLE Crub Bridge members of th« TLB club -._ present last night for th« weekly dessert bridge given at the home of Mrs. otto Scrape. . In the bridge game M«. w. E, Cherry wu high score' winner, Mr«. Robert Weldman, second hijh and Mrs. Baker Turner, bridge. Plans were discussed for a ChrUt- mas celebration next week. Refreshment* were served. * « * Mrs. J. Crafton Leader For Delphian Discussion Mrs. Jim Crafton was leader for the Delphian Society discussion of "Man's Place In the Living World" yesterday morning at the bl-month- '- at Hotel Nobl». .. Ham Wyatt, Mra. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. o. w. Coppedge and Mrs. Mat Monaghan were participants In the discussions. The meeting w a* conducted by the Society president, Mrs. Copped- Bits of News |] Honor Roll Mrs. Jones, High Scorer At Weekly Bridge Game - Mrs. Rlley B. Jones was high score winner and Mrs. J. a. Trles- chman, second high winner. Tuesday afternoon In the bridge game of the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon was hostess to the club at the O. M. Smart home on Walnut. . . Decorations, suggestive of the holiday season, were set about the home. A dessert course was served. • • * Sudbury PTA Has Annual Christmas Meeting-Party The annual Christmas party- meeting of Sudbury Parent-Teachers Association was held yesterday at the school, with Mrs. Vance Henderson, president, presiding. Following the business session Mrs. Foy Etchleson gave the devotional followed by the president's message given by Mrs. J. MacDonald. . ,. An atterid»nce ; pri» -was present-ed the room of Miss Mary Hubler for the downstairs count. The rooms of Mrs. George Wlggs and Miss Betty Black tied for the upstairs count. Welfare chairman. Mre. Charles Graham announced that Christmas basket* would be distributed to needy families. Mrs. Jerry Hearn conducted quiz imes, with the answers being names of local merchants. Prizes presented to the winners were donated by the merchants. ,„ - ,;.- . . T he fourth grade mothers were , „"J! bustne5s session. Mr«. hostesses for the Yule social hour following, with Mrs. Harold Sudbury, Mrs. B. Flowers .and Mrs. B. Mays acting as hostesses. . pcnuu, •< Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Adams and principal: >•••••'•- p - - Roy Lynn . - B. Kentucky, They will their bom* at 1102 Beech In Kit. Mra. Dal* BrLjfi li ill at her home at 1700 W. Main. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bonds left yesterday for their horn* In Trenton, Term,, after several days visit here with their daughter, Mrs. w. J. Cupplet and family. "The Warrior's Husband" a three act comedy, will be pr««ent«d. by the University of ArkMiM* Theatre Jan. 14-1*. Among the principal roles will b* Sapiens, played by Bill Williams, Jr., of Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Williams. Mr. and Mrs. W .B. McMullIn have u their guest* for several days Mrs. Edna Young Husband of Slkeston. Mo., and Oeorge W. Se- vter of Tallulah, La. Mrs. Emma Nolen who recently sold her hom« at 310 Walnut, will move tomorrow to an apartment at 700 West Walnut. rfarry A. Hodges, AA, USN, who recently completed recruit training at Great Lakes Naval Station and who Is now stationed at Millington, was the weekend guest of his oarents, Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Hedges. M* and -Mrs. Wiljon Forrest of Memphis have returned home after several days visit here with Mr. Forrest's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest. MlM Wilma Bane of Memphis will arrive tomorrow to be the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. Doyle Lane and family at their home in the Veterans Housing Quarters. Condition of Mrs. w. B: House, who is 111 at her home on Kenwood Drive. Is-reported as • satisfactory . Mrs. Ben Mac White is spending today in Memphis. Yule Celebration Planned by Club A hobby, jhow climaxed with » Yule party will entertain the members of the Woman's Club and their guests, who attend the annual affair scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Friday at the club house on West Main. Mrs. Kendall Berry, president announced today. Bach member m»y invite i guest. An executive board meeting is planned for 2 p.m. At The Hospitals Bljtheville Ho«pltal Dismissed: Daniel Peterson, Steele. WaJb HwpiUl DIsmls»ed:,- h Mrs. aam Guy, Lllbourne. Mrs. C. F. Stewart, Rt, 1. Baby Chapman, city. Mrs. Mary E. Greenway and baby. Cooter. Donald Wayne Enderson, City. Mrs. Shannon Langley, and baby. City. Students Attain THURSDAY, PgtEMBEK 14, MM Th» following atudenU ef Gotnen high school wen placed on the honor roll for th« third grading period, according to J, r. Harrti. Cooler Juniors To Present Ploy TlM junior Claaa of Cooter, Mo,, High School will pre»nt a three- act comedy entitled "Bashful Berl«l' at 7:W p.m. tomorrow in UM -ihool auditorium. The east will Include Johnny Campbell, Helen Maclin. Elizabeth Wllklns, Jerry Rushing, Joan Coop- Martha 1. Ward, Calvin W. George Mac Ray McCormack, Martha Rounsevall. Barbaj» Potter, Charles W. Tankersley. Roy L« McKay, Peggy Ward, Earnest Allen, Billy Hyde, Joann Caldwell, Elizabeth Lee. Kaihertne Hottatetter, James Lucius, Betty Lois Cooper, Clifford Morgan, Clattdettt B*vlll, Mavis Brackln, Frances Cotton. Marlene Donner, Geneva Ue, Mary Pauline Lee, Betty Jean Lucius, Hilda McGhee, Gay Helen McHflllsn. Mary Alice Morgan, Odle Earllne Tedder. Early Entrants Asked for Show All women having exhibit* for the Woman's Club hobby show tomorrow at the Club were asked today by Mrs. B. A. Bugg to have the exhibits at the club between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 pjn. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. H. O. Blankenship hostess at her home at 309 Kentucky to members of the Phebean Sundav School Class of the Ftrst Baptist Church for the annual Christmas party and potluck supper beginning at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum enter- taming the C. and N. Birthday Club at her home tit 6:30 pm Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Hobby Lobby at -First Methodist Church from 9 a.m. till 9pm Friday Gosnell PTA meets at the school at 7:30 p.m. Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church will have covered dish Christmas party it the church at 6:30 p.m. Each guest will bring a hobby looby gift. Woman's Club having Christmas program and hobby show at 2:30 p.m. Executive Board meeting at 2 p.m. at the club - house on West Main Chapter.."N" of/PEO meets at 2 p.m. »t the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Saturday Ladles' Day at Country Club beginning with I p.m. luncheon bridge canasta. Mrs.' Arthur Vance In charge of arrangements. Cotillion Club annual Yuletide dance at Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs, George Dillahunty. Mr and Mrs.' W. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey Gsnn, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan. Duplicate Bridge'League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. ' Sunday St. Stephen's Episcopal Christmas pageant at the church at 7 p.m. followed by the annual Christmas party In the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. . BUR-MIL CAMEO stocking* for a lovelier "leg complexion"! > the softest, dullest, •i flattering finish ever achieved *^in stockings! In Bur-Mil Cameo's 51 gauge and ic Tery sheer, long-wearing v 1 60 gauge NYLOMIST, only... l « 1169 Blytheuille, Arkansas A MARK TWAIN SHIRT BEST GIFT OF'ALL! Mike it Christmaa for bin t!l-ye»r round with i gift of Mirk Twain) white shirts. He'll lore th«n-!ov« you for remembering him so aplendicUy. With either regiil«r or French cuff*. JIEDEL'S For lovely corsages.. .orchids, gardenias, roses, carnations, iris and other beautiful flower*. loulJ want (o come by and set our wonderful selection of poin- »«ttias. They're per. feet for Christmas giving. Swam cm Candy Cane*, evergreen .roping for your mantel* and door*. Table centerpiece* in beautiful pattern*, »o appropriate for the Holiday Seaaon. 200 E. Da\is -^1 timVi iton 6 Horn* of Ffowcrs Dial 549 «r, MtrlcU •mac, J» Perry, u>ui« Prte«, CMnld and Buck Uuter. Th« lUy «( th* u UM flomr for May and emerald la the birth stone. UsUo to KLCN at 1«:1* a.m. and 4:00 p.m daily tor our pro- trim annoaacetwnU. Box Office Opens al 1:U Show Start* 2:00 p.m. Continuous Sbowlnf Evtrydaj fnTt«T*iniMBJ 52,50 a book Roxy Theatre Thursday & Friday Selected Short Subjects GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7 P.M. Thursday & Friday JANE RUSSELL JACK BUETEL "THE OUTLAW?' ' Selected Short Subjects ELGIN fel Only Watch with MiracU m DURAPOWER MAINSPRING ^-^i^"~^t7i» « i-ort i*»<«t.i k; ' j Oth« H.OINS fm. Pot 0'Bryant Jewelry Only '1 A WEEK THIS 34-Pc. Servict fer 8 a the Mi-Tarns* "Popularity" Chest ,AT NO EXTRA COST! SctTnclud«:IKnivn,g Forte, > Te«paon», I Soup Spoor* 1 Butter Kntfc, 1 Sufar Spoon. Overlaid u-ith extra tolid lUvrr •t t»bk-touch point. HOW.. . S Gloria* A*f*mr to Cheot* from... *TUM MAKS Of ONGDA ITD. PAT O'BRYANT JEWELRY

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free