The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1950 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 16, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE {ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1»» Shelton, Society Editor Phow 4461 Pink Rotebyds Top Tables At Bridal Dessert Bridge Cryital bud vises holding tingle pink rosebudi centered e»ch of the •msll tables at, which the 12 guests Invited to attend the dessert bridge Usl night at the newly completed Dixie Pig were seated. The affair «t which Miss Winnie Virgil Turner w« hostess, wns another In the •erles honoring Miss Mary Nunn prior to her Dec. 20 marriage to Dr. John Charles Morrow. • Bridal tallies In the chosen color motif of pink and white, marked each guests' place at the small tables, The theme of pastel colors was repeated throughout the decorations and dessert course served. Mrs. Marvin Nunn was presented z bud vase as prize for high score In the bridge game, a bon bon dish was awarded second place winner. Miss Frances Shollse. Candled nuts j were served. Pinned at the shoulder of the honoree's trousseau frock of black sheer wool were gardenias, a gift ol the hostess. The hostess' gift for the bride's new home was sterling in her chosen pattern. Mrs. Lillian Frank assisted the hostess during the affair. An out-of-town guest was Miss Virginia Nunn of Washington, D.C. * • * 170 Invited to Hoke Home For Yuletide Open House One hundred seventy guests were invited to call at the Wallace Hoke home at 3040 W. Ash yesterday from 3 till 6 p.m. In celebration of the Yuletfde, season. Hostesses for the affair, which was one of the largest given in the current whirl of social events were Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr., and Mrs. Hoke. " , • ' Red ind whi^e was the color combination selected for the decorations of the-home. A'whit* free gaily ornamented and bowls of white snapdragon* contrasting with the hues of American beauty roses formed the aettlng for the reception and entertaining of the guests. Slender lighted tapers held In sll- ter candlesticks. cast a soft glow over the table »eene, with Its centerpiece of roses interspersed with bough of holly. A cutwork cloth overlaid ttw tablt on which silver appointments were used exclusively. Accenting the theme were the Individual e»kw Iced with a single red ro«e and holly leaves, which were •erved with coffee, nuts and parti- teed!. Presiding at the table alternately a> the guests called were Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Mrs. W. H. Pea«, Mrt. Dick J. White, and Mrs. C. .W- Affllck, Jr. .Assisting the hostesses were Mrs, Blin Heath, Mrs. Joe P. Pride: 'jr., Mra. Max Usrey, Mrs. Ben Harpole, Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs. George Hubb»rd, Mrs. Charles Bittner, Mrs. Don Chamblm, Mrs. Jack Chambiln •nd Urt. John Osborn. Gutcta from Lenchville, Joiner, Osceola and Steele also called. : • • • ESA Sorority Meets At Joe Warren Home Mr». Jo« Warren and Mtss La- Tonne Portlock entertained members of Bpsllon Sigma Alpha sorority this week at the bi-monthly meeting held at the Warren home. In tha business session conducted by the president. Miss Butonne Jaggers. plani were discussed for a Tul» party-planned for Dec. 19. Ways and means were discussed ibr money raising projects. It was announced that Christmas baskets would be distributed to needy families. The hostesses served a dessert oourse. —Phnlo by Faughl Miss Belly Wade Miss Wade's Engagement Is Announced Today Announcement of the cngr/'e- meni of Miss Betty Wade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Wade of Blytheville, to Dan Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walirce is ne-' ing made today by Miss Wade's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. wade of Blytheville. Miss Wnde is a member of the 1951 graduating class of Blythevllle high school. She is now serving as treasurer of the Future Tradesman of Arkansas. A former member of the v high school choir, the bride- elect'Is a distributive education student and is employed at the Blythe- vllle water Co. Mr. Wade Is now attending Bly- thcville high school ' where he Is vice president of the Future Tradesman of Arkansas. He is empolyed at Kroger's Store in connection with a distributive education course. He Is a former member of the alee Club and choir. The nuptial exchange if planned for early spring. • Yule Party-Supper Honors Class At The Hospitals Wytherllle Hospital S Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Tipton, Manila Mrs. Milton Bunch, and baby City Lucy Ann Bryant, city Mrs. Pleze Yarbro. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. T. Banks and baby, city Mrs. Marie Cunningham and baby, steela Gus Eberdt, City Mrs. Jack Cooper and baby. Holland. A Christmas party «nrl potluck supper In the entertaining rooms of the First Methodist church la»t night ' honored 46 members and guests of the Ladles Bible Class of the church. . Guests with the class were Mrs. •Ira Gray, Mrs.'B. F. Cay, Mrs. K. E. Whlsenhunt, Mrs. Sara Drane of Ripley, Tcnn.. houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. J.-W. Adams and family, Mrs. G. Ladd, MUs Sue Osment and Miss Martha Ann Foster. The Christmas story from St! Luke wns read by Miss Osmcnt followed by the story, •"'The Littlest Angel," told by MUs Foster. Following the business session \ presided over by Mrs. o. N. Hawkins, Mrs. John Fosli- i-lass teacher, was presented a gift. ' • Solos, and readings were given by a group of the clnss members after which gifts were exchanged. The Rev. Roy I. Bagley led In the adjourning prayer. / Coming Events ., Social Calendar Sunday St. Stephen's Episcopal Christmas pageant at the church at 7 pm followed by the annual Christmas par- l-y Jn the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Monday First Methodist Church Women meet in Circles. Circle One Mrs J S. Stevenson, Jr., at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Two, Mrs. M. S. Bdwards with Mrs. o. N.'Hawkins, cohostess 2:30 p.m.; Circle Four, Mrs. Loy welch. 1 p.m, luncheon Circle Six Mrs. James c. C!unr<l, luncheon 1 p.m. Past Matrons. Patrons and Eastern Star and their husbands have Christmas party at Shrine Club «t Air Base at 7 p.m. vj th potluck supper. Tuesday Mrs. Robert L. pierce of Lcuch- ville entertaining with , luncheon- I bridge at Hotel Noble at 1 p m Second Six Weeks Attendance Roll Is Announced * Mrs. E. F. Pry, principal of suci- bury School, today announced the names of children with perfect attendance records for the second six weeks of school. Th« students, listed according to grades, ire as follows: First grade—Miss Beatrice Hargett: Howard McNelll Besharse. James Lloyd Brown, Charles Caldwell, Joe Gulp, James Craig Davis, Larry Dean Lovelace, Bobby Uoyd Smith, Lavon Wells, June Cochran, Cherry Ellen Cooper, Judith Greeson, Pat-sy Gail Hardln, Betty sue Larkin, Mary Lou Weatherford Anita Williams, jimmy Lynn MayM, Victor Kelly Quails, Louie Sawyers. Bobby Gene Wamble, Mabel Irene Powell .Martha Ann Robb, Mary Ann Wamble, Mary Al ten White. First grade—Miss Mary ISubler: Michael Ashley, John Caldwell. Lynn Hearn, Jerry Henson, Travis Nichols, Alvln Prichard, Terry Wicker, La Wanda Barnett, Barbara Burton, Ronnie Etchicson, Becky Henderson. Sharon Leonard Linda Lowe. Mary Helen Oakley Connie Pat Sampson, Billy Cales Tommy Fleeman, James Haynts William Moreland, William Reese, Bed Taylor, Donna Boswell, Patsy Brackin, Barbara Collier, Mary MackHopkins. Betty Ann Yowell. Second grade — Miss Billie Sue Burks: Herschell Besharse, Jr., Jcel Danny Cooper, Jerry D. Davis, Larry J. Hargett. Edwin M. Larkin Felton D. Smith, Georgia Ann Ramey. Second grade — Miss Mildred Meador: johnny Abbott, Donald Battles, Harley Crump. Delmer Daniel. James Johnson, Ira Gene Lambert, Danny Lee Lowe, Jerrj Martin, Robert Oakley. Linda Lou Davis, aanda Dougherty, Phyllis Karris, Theresa Jones, Martha Lee Klrksey, Edna Mae Layne. Linda Jane Meadows. Brenda Scott. Second grade — Miss Miclla Barnes: Peggy Anderson, Jerry Ann Boggs, Jo Ann Davis, Patricia Hardy, Rebecca June Harris Franke Nell Johns. Eugenia Oen- nlng, Linda Kay Sallba. Linda Ann Smith, Joe Lee Burns, James Arthur Chltmon, Wendell Pat Chitman, Glenn Holland, Robert. Ho well, Jr., Jesse Charles Rogers Daniel Calvin Trinue. William Pan Wamble, Bobby Gale Weatherford, Third grade—Mrs. Roy Lee Kirksey: Harold Bush, Charles Ronaic Cobb, Ray Davidson, Harry Pet Hnlstead. Bobby Kelly. Charles Kelllck, William Kinninmonth Robert Lovelace, Billy Gene Nelson William Reid Stalcup. George Webb, Freddie While, Mary sue Brackin. Donna June Brooks, Fran CM Clemmon.-;, Peggy Joyce Csch ran. Doris Ann Driskell, Billie Sue Began. Pnula Holland, Sarah Lo Moody, Ptankie Sawyers, Mary Bel Smith, Linda Ann Stanford, Lana : Wells. ifThlrd grade—Miss Polly Stewart Arden Boyd Collier, Sterling Cook Walter Garrison, Alvis Harris, Jr. Billy Dale Looper, jerry Polsgrove Sammy Rny Sallba. Jimmy Wcalh erforrt, Kemp WhUenhunt, Caro Lee Beavers, Dolpha Mae Cole, Kay Crosslin, Shirley Ellen DOM. Sara Frances H»rdy, Charlotte Lew Virginia Lynn Nichols, Sura Lou Snow, Linda June Yowell. Fourth trade — Mrs. Georg WIggs: Dana Richards Davis James Oarnett, Gerald Larkin, Danny Morris, Tommy Saliba, Gene Swaner, Sallie Baker, joAnne Battles. Linda Lou cullum. Linda Griflln, Betty Haynes. Shirley Kitchens, Sne Ann Leonard, Cecilia Lusk. Brlnda McClanahan, Linda McClanahan. Fourth grade — Miss Florence Moore: James Barksdale, Gary Wayne Gill. Jerry Giliess, Ronald Holiday. Billy Hltuon, Wayne Lovelace, James Marshall, Dewayne Miller. Marvin Proctor, Jerry Rounsavall. Bobby Westbrosk, Dorothy Brickln, CharlotU Davis. Carolyn Ervln. Joyce Halford, Marie Kelly, M»ry Evelyn Knapp, Ly- riia Sudbury, Frances Stovall. Fifth jracie—Miss Betty Black: Gene Austin, Curth Eldridge. Taylor Francis, Alvle jarrott. Gordon Kenwrlght, Jerry Lutr, David Bits of News p. erSonal JIsj Janet N'el.wn wjll arrive tonight from Stephen's College, Columbia, Mo., to be Ihe holiday.guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Nelson. The Women's Athletic Association of Arkansas State College, Jones- bore, held a Christmas party Thursday night in the Women's Residence Hall of the school. Among the members receiving club pins were Miss June Stores of Hlytheville and Miss Jewel Loncn of Manila. Miss Lorren is president of the organization. She Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Lorren of'Roule 1, Manila. Miss Stires is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orly O. Stores of Blythevllle. She is a member of the choir, trio, Arkastaters, Women's Executive Council. Both Miss Lorren and Miss Stires are majoring In physical education, Walter Webster has returned from Durham, N. C. He was accompanied home by his daughter-in-law, MM E. w. Webster, also of Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks have s their holiday guest their son Pat Burks, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fnyette- ville. Mrs. Mary Hallield is seriously ill In Walls Hospital. Mrs. Vannye Whitley Besancon of Blythevllle Is on Ihe fall quarter Dean's list at Baylor University Waco, Tex. The 111 students attaining a straight "A" record represents the top two per cent of the 5200 students. Mrs. Besancon is the daughter of Mrs. R. c. Blackwell She Is a senior student majoring In biology am! minoring in religion She is a graduate of Blytheville High School. Mr. and Mrs. Russell c. Fan left Friday tc spend several days with their son, Harry C.'Farr, who is stationed at Shcppard Field Tex where he Is undergoing basic Air Force En route home they will visit with the parents of Mrs Russell H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs O R. Picrcy of Ashdown. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Shclton and daughter, Joy, are in Memphis, today. Cpl. Gerald L. Hancock Is spending several days here with his mother, Mrs. Mamie Hancock. Cnl Hancock has spent the past year in Lellermnn Army , Hospital. San Francisco, Calif., and upon his return will undergo another major operation. • Frank Wagner. Jr.. arrived yes- lerdny from Georgia Tech, Atlanta t° spend the Yule vacation with his Sully Jo King, Sherry Kay Young. Fifth grade — Mrs. E. F. Fry: Danny joe Bratchcr, Larry Wayne Bui'Kreon. David Crump, Harold Flowers, Eddie Paul Gilless, Roy Glen Wamble, Roy Edward Zeller. Marvin Zellner, Ann Blackwell. Betty Lou Clause,- Linda Dunn. Carolyn Fulgham, :Nortna ' Joyr.e Hundley. Joanne Sc»tt, Natleah Yowell. Charlotte Tyrone, Adelaide Williams. Sixth grade—Mrs. D. c. McLean: Billie, Baker. James Brogdon. Paul Gotorth, Charles Heslcr, Wayne Howard, J. T. James, David Kelly, Page O'Neal, Lyndell sltinfleld. Jerry Thomas, Robert, L. Trlnue, Lewis Weatherlord, Ruth Daniel. Mnry Lou Garnett, Anne King, Glenda Shamlln, Martha Ann While. Sixth grade—Miss Alma Peters: Larry Joe Haker, Larry Campbell, James Callihan, Wayne Honeycutt, Carroll Knapp, David Nelson, John Mark Stewart, James young, Mary Huth Blanchard. Joy Ann Ea?an. Patsy Elliott, Mnry Ann Ferguson, Lola Lewis, Shirley Trlmm, T News Photo HOBBV SHOW ENTRANTS—An example of the work, entered In the hobby show given by (he Woman's Club in connection with their Yule celebration yesterday, are the entrants of Mrs. Lee Stiles. Reflecting a range of interests Is the oil painting, topping the case of assorted s«a shells. The novelty wreath In the lower right comer Is made from pecans, closely set In cellophane. Hobby Show at Woman's Club Reflect; Varied Interests of Residents posed of Charlie Beiknap, Sonny Reflecting different Interests ranging from dainty figurines to sea shells was the hobby show yesterday at the Woman's Club given in connection with the annual Christmas celebration. Mrs. B. A. Bugg Directed the hobby show which Included oil yule wreath. figurines, va- paintings, novelty hammer iron work, rious forms of handiwork, shells, lace and sliver. Mrs. Newton Whitis gave' the Christinas story followed by the group singing of Yule Music. The high school quartette com- Moody, John NeLion, H. L. mond, Betty Jean Brackin, Rose Chlldress. Jimmie Helen Holloway, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner. i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kapp and two sons will leave tomorrow tor New Mexico where they will vacation. They will visit in Pasadena, and San Diego. Calif., as guests of Mr. Kapp's father. C. E. Kapp. They will return home following the Christmas holidays. ' Miss Vivian Patterson arrived last night from Undenwood College to be the holiday guest of her mother, Mrs. s; S. Patterson. • •;• Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley and family are now at home at 1200 Chlcka- sa-wba. They formerly resided on the Barfleld Road. They are occupying the former home of Mrs. Cleo Langston. who now lives In De Kalb Miss. Miss Charley Ruth Blankenshlp and Miss Bonnie Sheppard of Lln- denwood College. St. Charles, Mo., are the holiday guests of their parents at their homes In Dell. They arrived last night. Mrs. M. L. Hawkins anit daughters are now at home at their new residence, at 1514 W. Ash. They formerly marie thefr home on the Number Nine Road. Mrs. Kcron Gill has arrived from her home in Little Rock to be the holiday guest of her daughter. Mrs. Jim Crafton and Mr, Crafton. Stires. Jimmy Culbertson and Jimmy Phillips and the girls' trio, Jan Dickenson, Kay Smith and Billie Jean Holm.-s. presenied a musical" program. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry Glee Club director, was accompan- Refreshments were served fron the ecru lace draped table. Show- Ing from beneath was a green base accenting the predominate color green, urge .'white candles, entwined with holly burned in the crystal candlesticks flanking t h e striking floral centerpiece, white snapdragons interspersed with green Christmas baubles and gleaming silver slivers formed the Hooser CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joyce Douglass — I'hone 389-J Friday Bridie Club Mr«. B. O. Bennett, Mrs. Dyer Byrd and Mrs. J. w. Tiptoti were juesU wtwn Mrs. A. p. Neifind WAS hostess to ,lhe Friday Bridge Club at her home on Beckwlth Ave, A pl«U luncheon was served to the guests of the two table club. Mrs. J. W. McCloskey waa winner of the club prize and Mrs. Dyer Byrd won guest prize, Bridgo went to Mrs. B. O. Bennett. The club will meet'next with Mr«. A. B. Rhodes. Presbyterian Circle Mrs. John Canlrell entertained In her home In Parkview Thursday »ft«rn<xm for Circle 3 of the Presbyterian auxiliary. Eight members and one guest, the Rev. James Blanton, were pre sent. In the absence of Mrs. .petty, program chairman, the program entitled "Prayers ol Adoration for Jesus" was presented by the Rev. Mr. Blanton. Mrs. Paul Horner had charge of the joy gifts. The next meeting will be held Jan. 10. Homemaken Extension Clu£ Thirty-four were present Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Charles Dorroh enteriained with a Christmas party for Ihe Homemakers Club. A 1 o'clock pot-luck, luncheon was held with Mrs. Street, Mrs. Virginia Joplin and Mrs. L. E. Proctor as guests. Mrs. Dorron necoratea ner home in the Christmas theme and gifts were exchanged from under a Christmas tree. Pen pal gifis were exchanged also. The club will meet next with Mrs. Charlie Robertson on the second Tuesday in January. Auxiliary Has Supper A pot-luck supper was held at the home of Mrs. Bessie Davis with. Mrs. Verna Green as co-hostess by the ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary Monday evening. Following the supper a short business session was held and 42 members present voted to buy a $5.00 T. B. bond and send a Christmas gift to all veterans in Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis Irom Pcmj-scofc County. Names were drawn for a homemade cake which was won by Mrs. C. A. Robertson. Names were drawn and Christmas gifts were exchanged among the members. Speaker of the evening was Mrs. Omar Trovvillion. of Kennett. president of the 14th district who reported on the -conference herd recently for the presidents and piece on this theme decorated tht supper table. Eighteen memb*r» were present, Mrs. Ester Bracey and Mrs. L«- nore Mulr gave a Bible study program and Mini Vestal Essary gtvt the monthly emphasis o n "Joy Gifts." Baptist WMU Meet* Sixteen members and one member were present Tuesday evening when the Ruth Ford Clrcl* met at the home of Miss N'elta McClanahan, Two guests were present, Mrs. Vcrnon Sisco and . Mri. B. H. England, general officers of the W.M.S. A pot-lcick supper was served buffet style from the dining room and dining tables on the sun porch. A program entitled "Wings for Speeding the Gospel" was given by Miss Gladys Grimes and in keeping with the program theme. Miss McClanahan decorated her living room with several model air planes. Dec. 21 Is Date For Ciub Dec. 21 is the dale selected for the Country ch'b Yule pirly for children of the club members under 12 years of age. It was announced today. Moving pictures, refreshments and a visit from Santa are in store for the guests. Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. E. j. Gu_j£ and Mrs. Marvin Smith may be' contacted not later (nan Dec. 18 for reservations for Ihe guests. General committee members for the affair are Mrs. w. L. Horner. Mrs. Tune and Mrs. Cure; enler- iaininent, Mrs-. James C. Guard, Mrs. Bob Logan and Mrs. John Caudill; refreshments^ Mrs. w. T. Rain- wntcr and Mrs. Coleman Stevens; tree decorations. Mrs. A. Leech, Mrs. Louis Cherry and Mrs. Monroe Grain. Jr. Mrs. Kendall Berry Is club'pre- sident. Special Prayers Planned at Temple At the Israel S "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! • Sermons • Sunday Morning "At Ease In Zion" Sunday Evening "Errors of Calholicism" KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcom* Early S«rviet 8:45 Song Leader— J«me« Thompson Second Strvic« 10:50 Song: Lender— W. T. vShelton CHURCH of CHRIST Morn at Highway 41 Flowers! Flowers! For lovely corsages. . .orchids, gardenias, roses carnations, iris «nd other beautiful flowers. You'll wanf to come bv and wonderful selection of'poin- seltias. They're perfect for Chrislmas giving. Ooor Swags on Candy Canes, evergreen roping for your mantels and doors. Table centerpieces in bcauliful patterns, so priate for the Holiday Season. J4 e t. 200 E. Davis eaion A Home of Flowtrt e assembly of thejTemple unday School tbmorrow'and the evening service at 8 J'pmBiSr' Alfred Vise, rabbi, will offer special prayers for world peace. At the evening service the Rabbi will review "In Search" by Meyer Levin, a book which is considered the outstanding 1950. unusual design. a SM chalrnian R ?or n the'hTsle^com- ™ ri « <" "» «tiU B . Mrs. Trov- mittee i ""siess com v , mon was pr e sc ntecl a corsage by the club. ' Miss Bethel Mallotlre. program chairman, presented several junior members In a program of Christmas carols. Singers were Kay Kelly. Sherry Ann Martin, Betty Lee Tutt and Sandra Kay Robertson, piano solos »ere given by Mary Parkinson and Graceille pigmon. ,5 i? I F*j[t«srjl»>!,elrc-Je. Meets._. Joplin arid Mis?iSh'yiin<f» a R'eyw>!a'i were hostesses Thursday evening when Circle four of the Presbyterian auxiliary met at Ihe home of Miss Crysier, Jewish book of Decorations were appropriate for the holiday season and a center- l T off..,flliy didn't soaeoic tliiuk of that tor shirt servlet •t it> WM pho«* Tie to SHIRT HI At list—SHIRT PAX ihat prevent, liinj »nri rt»lly prottcls"ihe V that people x*-" Here is shirt finishing at its bnt—p(m protection. Spollewly clean and smoothly finwheJ your jhirts «rt fully protected uiil you »re rr«dy to pul uwrn «•. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phon. 4418 Listen to KJ.CN at 10:10. a-m;;^ and 4:00 p.m. daily for our' pro-^ gram announcement*. \:,l* t Bos Office Opens al 1:4*': :S Sbnw Start! 2:M'p.m. '• v Continuous Showing Everyday-**' An unusiML ciFT.of Salurdav JOHN CARROLL • ABEIE HUM A »tPU»UC ridUKE Serial "Pirates of the High ' Seas" No. 4 A- Cartoon Conl. 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