The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE roux BLITHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS <? • 4 bodetu Jaa* Shelton. Society Editor 9 FRIDAT, DECEMBER IB Phon« 4441 Dessert Bridge Continues Event* Feting Miss Nunn Combining the boBd«y season and the bridal theme were the decoration* used Ust night by Miss Betty Black at the dessert bridge given tn compliment to Miss Mary Nunn, bride-elect of Dr. John Charles Morrow. Twenty guests were Invited to it- tend the pre-nuptUl event. A low green bowl holding white cnapdragons and Christmas greenery Interspersed In puffs of lacelon uns set In the spacious entertaining room In which bridge was played. A single white taper set In a sll- Ter candlestick and surrounded In swirls of green mallne topped each of the small tables. Marking each guests' place was a bridesmaid's doll dressed in bouffant skirt gowns and holding a tiny bouquet of polnjettlas. Miss Prances Shouse was presented a silver card tray as high score p-'z^ In the game while Mrs Marvin Nunn won a satin hosiery case as second high prize. Ashtrays were presented Mrs. Grady Magee as third score prize. pressed In a black crepe gown •domed with a rhlnestone clip, Miss Nunn was presented a silver bread tray from her hostess. The gift wrappings for Miss Nunn's tray was held by bridal ribbons tied with lilies of the valley and white poln- settUs. Gifts ribbons of the bridge winners'were held by brilliant poin- settlM. • •""•'. Miss Virginia Williams of Osceola was.'in out-of-town guest. » • * Miss Wells Named to Head • Coimty Home Economists •Mls» Hehn Well* of Osceola was named president of the Mississippi County Home Economics Club last night »t a dinner meeting held at the Rustic Inn. Dinner was served preceding the business session from a long table topped with decorations suggestive of the Yule holiday season. Others named to'serve with Miss Wells, who is home demonstration agent for Osceola were, Miss Elizabeth Moss, home economist for Mississippi County Electric Co.. vice- president; Miss Mary Martha Wrenh, home economist of Ark-Mo Power Co., secretary and treasurer; and Mrs. Woody Jackson, publicity. Attending the. meeting of the .. newly-organized club were Mrs. Helen Carr, home economist of Ark- Mo., Mrs. Ann Smith, Miss Prances Chumney and Miss m« Ml!', both home economic faculty members at Blytheville high school, Mrs. Jimmy Fisher, Mrs. Merrill De Busk, home economics instructor at Manila and .Mrs. Marcus Williams. Osceola '..-.. • • • • ±*$ '' .Santa Claus Figure Adorns Gilbow Home for Party ':•: A large' Santa Claus figure arranged In the entertaining room of the BUI ailbow home for the Christma* celebration held In connection with the weekly meeting of the Avalon Bunco club yesterday. A Ughtecl Christmas tree and harmonizing decorations completed the party setting. In the bunco games, Mrs. W. P. Cupplei WM high scorer Mrs. C. B. Kettinger, low and Mrs. Speck McGregor, bunco. A dessert course was served and gifts exchanged among the mem- ben. Yule Supper-Dance Given At Hut for Club 28, Guests Stockings filled with Christmas goodies were placed on .the rustic fireplaces of the Hut last night to accent the current Yule season at the Christmas dance entertaining Club 28 and a large number of guests. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jefferles, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Mr. »nd Mrs. J. M. Williams . The mantel of the reception room was banked In magnolia leaves enameled red and completed with the Christmas stockings A large silver pot held a whit* tree loaded with colorful Cnrlstmas balls. Large red bows held the door leading to the ball room where supper was served and the evening spent In danclns. "Merry Christmas" was wr.tten across a large mirror, white, red candles, snowmen and red and green lights decorated the room In keeping with the Yule theme. Magnolia leaves banked the mantel of the room, A cascading spray of silver and greenery lopped with silver and gold Christmas balls centered the taMe from which the buffet turkey dinner was s»rv?d. A huge stiver and white candle topped the spray center.-jiece Guests for the evening's dancing were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and M«. Henry Humphreys, 'Mr. and Mrs. Bob Logan. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Mi. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Still, Dr. and Mrs P. E. Utley, Moss Bryan, Miss Ellen Erynn, Mrs. Earle Koontr, johnny Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. C B. Young of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards of Wnlstleville. and Mr. anti Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Stefle ivere out of town guest*. • *•»./'» Thursday Club .Has Yule Celebration at Razprback Olfts were exchanged by members of the Thursday Club who met Wednesday at the , Razorback for their annual Christmas celebration. Mrs. C. W. Alford was hostess. Tallies, score pads and table appointments were in keeping with the holiday season. Mrs. Ray Hall was high score winner and Mrs. J. J. Cookston, second high in the bridge game. The gifts were arranged under'a miniature bubbling lighted Christmas tree. ' * « • Farewell Dinner Party Given at Williams Home Six couples with whom,Mr. and Mrs. Wagner 'Adam's'.had''played cards over a period of two years, met Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams for a farewell dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. Adams and daughter. Linda, left ^esterrtay to make their home In Crpssett, Ark. The two course buffet meal was served from the lace laid dining table which held a centerplce of a tiny Yule tree flanked by gleam-: 1 ing red tapers. Santa Olaus boots holding single lighted tapers topped the small tables at which the guests were seated. The glow from the large -silver and blue Christmas tree set up in the entertaining room provided the lighting for the occasion. Following an evening of canasta the group presented "Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chamblin Wins High Score in Bridge Game Mrs. Jack Chamblin was high score winner and Mrs. George Hubbard, second high yesterday.it the bridee game of the Kibitzer Club. Mrs. C. W . AffUck entertained the group at her steele home. Throughout the home were decorations suggestive of the holiday Af flick served • dessert icason. Mrs. course. polnsettlas were out the home for Flowers! Flowers! For lovely corsages.. .orchids, gardenias, roses, carnations, iris and other beautiful flowers. You'll want to come by and see our wonderful selection of poinsettias. They're per- feet for Christmas giving. ^fr-sT? / Door Swags on Candy Canes, evergreen roping for your mantels and doors. Tabli centerpieces hi beautiful patterns, so aDDro- priat* for. the Holiday Season. E. Ifcvls Home ot F/owcrs Dial 549 Guest Present with Club For Dessert Rook Party Mrs. Denny Fowler was E guest yesterday wlth_the Thursday Roolc Club when the group was entertiin- ed at the home of Mrs.'Cleo Wrenn for (he weekly dessert rook party Brllliant-hued ' set at Intervals the occasion/ i In Ihe rook game, high score prize went to Mrs. Neville Blakemore, second high to Mrs. Fowler and rooko to Mrs. Talmadge Huey. The hostess served a dessert course. * . • • Holiday Party Is Planned At Bunco Club Meeting' Plaas fvere discussed for a Yule celebration next Thursday, last night at the weekly meeting of the Alpha B«U Bunco Club. ' Mrs. Cecil Mm was hostess at her home to the club and one guest, Mrs. Lugene Johnson. The holiday season'was accented In the decorations of'the home and the dessert course served. Mrs. Ulm won high score, .Mrs Bill Taylor, bunco and Mrs. Jack Marsh, low In the bunco game. + • * Story Hour Plans Award New treals are planned for the children attending the weekly story Hour at the library, Saturday. It was announced today. Christmas records and stories will be followed. by the swarding of a prize to the school with the largest atendance for th« year. The first hour will be under the direction of. Mrs.- Freeman Robinson, with Mrs. R. A. Nelson directing the second hour. Favors will be presented the children. The next Story Hour date will be Jan. 6. Adams with'Vgitt In"their''sterling pattern. :. Mr. .and Mrs. Williams were assisted by Mr. .and Mrs. Hershe Jackson. . Bits of News f-^erional B. O.i Allen has arrived from Vanderbllt university, Nashville, to the holiday guest of his mother Mrs. B. 0. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney O. Smith of Baker, Qalir, left today 'for Tecumseh, okla., to visit relatives after ten day visit here with Mr. Smith'; sister, Mrs. T. J. Barnes and family. Dr. Frank a. Smith has arrived from Omaha, Neb., to be the guest of his daughter, Mrs. R. P. Klrshner .nd family. He will remain through the Yule holidays. Miss Barbara Culllson and Mrs. J. F. Ijentl are spending today in Memphis, , Gus Eberdt Is now at his home at 1113 Hearn after- having been a patient at Walls Hospital lor four days while undergoing treatment for a. heart ailment. His condition is reported as improved. Word has been received here 01 the serious Illness of Mrs. W. Q. Harper of Memphis. Mrs. Harper, a former resident, is the motlier of Mrs. John Hlckman a former resident, also, now of Uttle Rock Mrs. J. S., Dunavant of Clcirks- dnlc, Miss., Is the homeguest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Wnddy and fnin- Ily. Ij. H. Aulry left by plane yesterday afternoon for Jacksonville, Pla., to attond an Educational Meeting at the University of Florida. 112 will return Sunday. Mrs. C, E. Hilinirn was removed to her home near Yarbro Wednesday afternoon from Memphis tf.ip- tist Hospital where she hod been a patient for some time. Her condition Is reported as improved Miss Virginia Nunn arrival this afternoon from Washington, D. C. to spend the Yule holidays as a'.iest of her-parents, Mr. and Mrs Mnr- vln Nunn. She came esnecUIly tor the marriage of her sister, Miss Mary Nunn and Dr. Jolin Charles Morrow of Chapel Hill N. C.. We'clnesdiy. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Narcy Trisler are spendinl today in-Memphis Mrs. L. D. Chamblin is 'reported in a satisfactory condition at Memphis Methodist Hospital where she recently underwent surgery. Mrs. A. O. Bevins is reported In a satisfactory condition at her home at Rlpley, Tenn,, following nn attack of appendicitis. Mrs.. Bevins Is the mother of Mrs. Jimmie Eti°lsnd of Blytheville. John Wiilte has arrived froi" the University of Arkansas, Fayettcvillo to be the holiday guest of his p;.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White. FLATTERY FOR YOU 3259 12-20 Bv Sue Burnett Destined to be your constant companion all winter is this handsome dress that has' a flare for figure flattery. Try It In a bright woolen, finished with snowy white collar. J Pattern No. 3259 is *. sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16. 18 and 20. Size 14. 5't yards of 51-inch or 3Vi yards of 39-Inch; \'i yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, In COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to I Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago S, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Fall and winter FASHION, our complete pattern magazine. It contains a wealth of smart, easy to sew styles: special features; gilt : pattern printed Inside the book. Beta Chi Class To Be Honored .The',Beta Chi Sunday. School Class -:;W...:< the,...- F-iKWPresbylerian Church will'be entertained tonight at the O..W. DiUahunty home for the annual holiday celebration. -'• The affair will begin at 8 p.m. Junior Red Cross Activity Continues Junior Reel Cross activities in the local schools are accelerated as the holidays draw near. The fourth grade room of Miss Mary Hall at Central has wrapped 20 favors for the Polio Clinic party to be held soon. The class also has made wreathes for the Polio Center windows. Fifty menu covers have been made by the fourth grncie room of Miss Florence Moore at Sudbury. These will be sent-to the Veterans Administration Hospital, Waco. Tex. •'"'. -•• T , : ! A Santa Claus letter box for use. | at the Polio Clinic has been com- I pt'eted by the third grade room of County Quarterly Meet Conducted At Baptist Church The quarterly meeting of the Mississippi County Business Women's Federation of the Baptist Churches was held last' nlglit at the First Baptist Church In Blytheville In connection with the Federation's Yule celebration. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the host church, gave the Invocation followed by the welcoming address glv^n by Miss Pearl Lee, A turkey dinner, complete with all the trimnilng, was served the members in the church entertaining room' which was transformed Into a Christmas setting for the occasion. - , . A miniature' Yule tree surrounded by pine foliage holding swirls of snow flecked with silver stars formed the center for the centra) table, which was studded with, alternate red and green tapers. Lighted green tapers and miniature Christmas trees adorned the other tables of the room. A huge red candle surrounded by foliage and reindeer topped the piano. Following dinner, Mrs. \v. M. Williams gave the story. "The Other Wise Man" after which the group under the direction of Miss .Minnie Fost:r sang Christmas carols. . A lnrge. plastic laughing Santa Clans decorated the Fellowship Room where the group adjourned for informal entertainment directed by Miss Foster and Miss Lee. Names of orphans at the Mon- tlcello, Ark., orphanage had been drawn previously and gifts for their "friends" were brought by the group to be shipped to the orphanage. Mrs. P. H. Jernignn ted in the adjourning prayer. A' The H^s^itn's Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: B. L. Hals, Armorel K. W. Chapman, City Loretta Burlson. Steeie ' Wllline Burlson, Steels Miss Mary Outlaw at Lanee. Mrs. O. A. Whilten's fifth and sixth grade rooriis at-Armorcl have made popcorn and cranberry strings for decorations of the tree at the Clinic. Millie Ann Mallory and Mrs. Jerry. Cohen have mailed 10 gifts to the Convalescent Center at Jackson, near Little Rock Thrifty Buyeri Say-"Buy the 100=FOR 45* And Mak* Dot/Bit SAVINGS!" St. Joseph ASPIRIN Coming Events Social Calendar Ladles' Day at Country Club beginning with 1 p.m. luncheon bridge canasta. Mrs. Arthur Vance In charge ot arrangements. Cotillion Club annual yuletlde dance at Hotel Noble at B p.m. Mr. and Mrs, George Dillahunty, Mr and Mrs. w. R. Lawshe, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Max Lo^an. 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. Yule Party Given For WSCS, Guests Eleven members and three guests of the'Promised Land Woman's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday night at'the home of Mrs. Henry Young for a study course and Yule celberatlon. Gues'ts with the society were Mrs. Harold Thompson, the Rev. Linley Voivell and Linda Vowel!. .Mrs. Young opened the meeting with a devotional followed by group singing of Christmas carols and other seasonal music. Mrs. Russell Gaines was accompanist for the group. The Rev. Mr. Vowel) directed (he study course followed by a round table discussion of the subject. Gifts were exchanged by the guests, who were seated in the entertaining room which was decorated In compliment to the current season. A dessert course was served. Mrs. C. Frazier Heads P. T. A> Mrs. Charles Fr'azler was named president of the Burdette parent Teachers Association yesterday at the'monthly meeting held at the school. Mrs. Frazier. will replace Mrs. D. B. Shaw who 1* moving away. The meeting was conducted by the vice president, Mrs. Hays Sullivan. The afternoon's program, "Tht Vital Factors In Character adoption of children" was presented'By Mrs. S. S. Patterson and Mr«. jamn Middleton. 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