The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 18, 1950
Page 2
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PAGE FOUX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1950 J«n« SheJton, Societf Editor Phout 4461 Red and,White Party Honori Miss Nunn Red and white was the selected color Kheme for the dessert bridge ' «lven Saturday afternoon it the J. M. WIHUms, Jr., home on West Walnut tnd attended by four tables of guest*. Inspiration for the party was Miss Mary Prances Nunn, who will be married Wednesday to T>r. John Charles Morrow of Chapel Hill, N.C. Glint while laeelon bells erected mi stands and holding flowing white ribbons extending to tiny bells fashioned from matching laeelon formed the central design for^each of the umall tables. Accenting tht hostess' chosen theme wts the snow ball dessert with it* scarlet, topping »nd tiny ipplt Santa Clius served. A white orchid was pinned »t Miss Nunn's shoulder by her hostess for the affair. A black and green »uit worn with harmonizing acces- • series was chosen by the bride-elect for the event. A Christmas plate was presented Miss Nunn. who was high score winner in the game, while second hi prize of perfume was given tx) Miss Virginia Nunn. The hostesses gift to the honorre wis » starter set in breakfast china. Sprigs of holly were tied In each of the gifts wrappings of the bridge winners and the guest of honor pre' whU. An oul-of-town guest was' Miss Virginia Nunn of Washington. D.C. • • '* Church Class Entertained ' At Bill 1 Banister Home Mre. Randall Hawks and Mrs! Bill Banister were ho.stes.ies Friday lilfht at the Banister home in compliment to members of the Wlnnome Sunday School Class of the First Btptist, Church. The twenty-two guest* were seated in trie entertaining room which wax decorated with a lighted tree and smaller gun\drop trees. Following a buffet dinner, Mrs Robert McHancy presented th« evening's devotional. The remainder of the evening *t» spent' in party |»mM under the direction of Mrs. McHaney. Early Yule Celebration Held at Smith Home Observlnu Christmas prematurely this year were members and guesU of th«.W. U Smith family, who at tended; the holiday celebration yes t*rday.!»t the Smith home on Bar field Road. In order that Lieut. Er win Mitchell, who -was en route to Gump P.'.-ik'ett, Va.. might join in the celebration, was the reason foi the early party. Following dinner the guests spenti the ifternoon Informally. •' j Out-oi-town guests were Mrs. Prudenc* Joyner of RosemarX. Tenn., Mr. and Mr*. James B. Smith and children, Billy'and Josephine of Lllbourn, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Weir of Brighton, Tenn. Lieut. Mitchell accompanied Mr. • nd Mrs. Weir to Memphis later in the day where he boarded a train for Camp Pickett. -ountry Club Set Meets 'or Luncheon-Bridge Jointly observing the holiday fes- Ivities and the monthly Ladies Day at the Country club was the p.m. luncheon Saturday afternoon a.1 the club for the members. The gue.ste were seated at small ables in the ballroom for luncheon ollowed by bridge and canasta! A giant Christmas tree gaily lighted was erected in the room. A Yule •scene banked the mantel of the room, while a table was topped with the Nativity scene. In a program following lunch- on, Ronnie Faye Etchieson presented several dance numbers after which C. C. McClue sang several selections. Mrs. Eddie Saliba, who was accompanist for the two, also presented music during the luncheon hour. Playing bridge and canasta following, the luncheon-program,high score bridge prize of silver candlesticks was presented Mrs. Chnrlcs Crigger, second high of silver cic,- nrettt urn was awarded Mrs. c. W. Afflict and third score prize of a luncheon ticket went to Mrs. Russell Phillips. Silver ashtrays were awarded canasta high winner, Mrs. George Hale. Mrs. Arthr Vance was chairman of arrangement committee. Assisting were Mrs. Robert Logan, Mrs. C. C. McClue, Mrs. Fred Saliba, Mrs. Jack Rawlings, Mr*. S. B. Tune, Mrs. Richard Becker, Mrs. B. B. Goodman and Mrs. O, Crowell. Bits of News Joint Celebration Held By Winners Church Class A Joint celebration observing tht Yule holidays and the birthday of the Rev, Royal G. Shcultz was held Friday night by the members of the Winners Sunday School Class of the Church of the Nazarene at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oalties, The 31 (fuesf-s were served a buffet supper from the dining table which was overlaid with while linen and lopped with ' poinseltias flanked by burning candles. The white birthday cake topped with miniature candles wa-s cut .and served the guests with party foods following riiiuier. The' Rev. Mr. SchulU was 1 presented a gift from the claw. Following the group exchange of gifts the. class teacher, Mrs. Roy GaLnes was also presented a gift. . The Rev. Harold Thompson .gave Ihe devotional followed by group Miss Jcanine McGee left, yesterday for her home in Memphis afler having been the weekend gust of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, c. G, Schcrcr, Miss McGee motored to Blylhcvlllc with Miss Mary Van Sliced, wtiu wa.s the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Ethel Sliced. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade 'liave as their holiday guest their son, Nathan Wnde, who Is a student at Ole Miss, Oxford. Cecil poynor of Ponotoc, Miss., was the Sunday guest of his sister, Mrs, John H. Storey and family. Mrs. Prudence Joyner of Rose- niRi-k, Tenn,. is visiting in Blytheville with her niece, Mrs. veal- rice Lovless and her sister, Mrs. Kate HtanXcnship. Charles C. Holmes of Blylheville, and interior guard of the 160a Air Police Squadron at Weslover Air Force Base, Massachusetts, was promoted last week to the grade of private first class, His parent*. Mr. and' Mrs. Ben L Holmes, live In Blythcville. Miss Pat Regan and-her holiday lilest, Miss Carolyn Alford of Hazelhurst. Miss., arrived Saturday lo be tlie Yule guests of Miss Regan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. r. L. Regan They are both students at Ole Mlsj University. Arriving this morning from- Mary Washington College, • rredricksburg VS., was Miss Maureen Norrls who u'ill be the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel r. Norris during the holidays: Miss Anne McLeod, a sophomore at Ole MLis. Oxford, Is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod. Miss Willa- Mae Johrion spent the weekend In East St. Louis as (lie guest of her fiance, Howard E Wiedau. and his mother, Mrs. Helen Wiedau. Miss Johnson went especially lor the marriage of ML« Betty Manley and Art Horner, In which she served u maid of h<HV Mr. and Mrs. Oharlefi McDanlc have a.i their holiday their JUNIOR TWOSOME singing and selected scripture reading. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. Yule Decorations Used At Chapter "N""Parly Holly, mlstlelo* and a lighted white Yule tree decorated the en- ertaining rooms of the W. L. Horler home on Holly Friday for the Yule get-to-gefner honoring members of Chapter "N" of the PEO iisterhood, t The Christmas Story was given by by Mrs. W. H. Pease. Playinj scharades. prizes were iwarded Mrs. Rlley Jones and Mrs. J.W. Adams. White snapdragons formed the centerpiece for the table from which party foods and drinks were served. Presiding at the table was Mrs. b. E. Old, chapter preslde'nt and Mrs. Pease. GifU were exchanged among the guests. • • * 12 Attend Party at Home Honoring Birthday Club Twelve members of the c. and N. Birthday Club were cnlcrialned Thursday night at, the Phillip Applebaum home on N. Hieluvay 61 tor a celebration of the holiday season. Mrs. Charley Lutes was co-hostess. Ucd roses flanked by red tapers burning in silver candelabra centered the table from which the turkey dinner \vas servcrf. 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Arriving ye-sterday' to join in the festivities at the home of Mr. an Mrs. C. M. Buck were Mr. and Mrs J. E. Belts,of Portsmouth, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry hav a.s their Yule guest their son, Alan who is a student »t Ole Mtss, Ox ford. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry am family have ax their holiday guest Mrs. Terry's parents. Mr. and Mrs W. O. Geurln of Roswell. N. M Mr. and Mrs. Geurin arrived i BlylhtvUle yesterday. En rout here~they visited with relatives 1: Hot springs. MLss' Blllie Jane Rodgers, wh is" attending Ole Miss, Oxford Is th Yuletide gues tof her parents, Mi and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers at thei hocne on Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beshare Hiisounced the birlh of Ihe'.r secon child, a daughter, Karen Leann Saturday at Walls Hospital. The have a son, Mac, aged entertainment marie mug's activities. up the eve- Grace Is an Ace For American Women ^•fAfr - . * *"^ / - v * *,v/ Prizing her r fracefulnes! as a prime beauty asset, IliU young woman walks her at all times, [iocs that arc suitable and sensible as well as prell.v. Sturdy heels of walking shoes (right) Tided by sh . !ielp balance weight of grocery bag. how-heeled party pumps (upper left) enhance feet which will :Iance in comfort, all evening. Low-cut shells (lower left), worn for social afternoon, are riven extra support hy dainty satin instep slrnns. LUXORA NEWS Mrs G 0 Driver HVfleyan Oulld Meets Mrs. Tom Callls entertained 16 nembers of the Wcsleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church at her country home Tuesday night with a dinner. Mvs. Lester Stephens gave the devotional after the dinner, and Mrs. T, L. Stanford rc- •lewed "The Other Wise Man," by Van Dyke. BiinEnes* Women Meet Mrs. A. B. Hill and Mrs. Paul Hayes were co-hostesses at a Christmas party (or the Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church at' Mrs. Hill's home Tuesday night. Ten members and tour guests eii- ioyed games and seasonal music. During tbe evening gifts were exchanged and a dessert course served. Ijrflnn Auxiliary Installs Officers American Legion Auxiliary No. 2t)fi met Thursday ni?ht at the school cafeteria for installation of officers. Mrs. Jimmy Bass of Osceola was the Installing officer, with the fol- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Afflick. Mr, and Mrs. James H. Rogers are now at home at UH W. Main. They formerly resided at 2026 Chickasawba. Their present home was formerly occupied by Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd Haral5on who now reside on Pecan. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and family had as their weekend guesUs, Mr. and Mrs. Les Morris and two daughters, Kay and Barbara of Montlcelto, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. N'orris and family, left today for Amarlllo. Tex., to visit. Mrs. Morris is'n niece of Mr. Blankenship's. Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Folger have returned from n ten day visit Iti Forrest City and Atlanta, Ga. Mvs. Folger visited with friends En Forrest City while Mr. Folger attended a manager's 'meeting' of the Life of Georgia Insurance Co., in Atlanta. lowing assuming office: Mrs. Charles Frazier. president; Mrs. A. B. Bradley, vice-president; Mrs. Willie Talc, secretary; Mrs. Edwin Hayes, treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Lynch, chaplain; Mrs. Tom Callls, historian; and Mrs. G. C. Driver, sergcant-at- arms. At a business meeting following the Installation, Mrs. Frazier announced the appointment of committee chairmen as follows: Mrs. Howard Bowen, membership; Mrs. Gerald Cliafin. child welfare; Mrs. Auten Chitwooci. rehabilitation; Mrs. A. J. Leu-is, finance; Mrs, G. C. Driver, publicity, Mrs. Tom Callis. poppy sales; and Mrs. Bowen Thompson, girls' state. I'ersonals Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lynch of Memphis spent Sunday as the guests uf Mr. Lynch's mother, Mrs. J. W. Lynch. Mrs. sue Brown l«(t Tuesday for Memphis to spend the holidays with her daughter. Mrs. W. H.- Goweii and family. From there she will go to Stuart, Fla., lor the remaining winter months with her son, Bowen D. Brown, and family. Mrs. W. J. Broach of Atkins Is Hie houseguest of her daughter, Mrs. T. D. Wilidns and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Crawford and daughter are visiting relatives this week In Lake Village. Mr. Crawford forms a member of a deer hunting party from there for the week. Luxorans on Memphis hospital lists this week Includes S. B. Ro- zclle and T. D. .Wilkins at Baptist Memorial. Those! recently returning I from hospitals and continuing home recuperation include Mrs. Sam Bowen and Mrs. Avis Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. James Ford of Glendale. Calif., are visiting Mr. Ford's mother, Mrs. P. M. Ford, and fanr ily, this week. :y at the Rustle', Inn it i p.m. Mrs. Maurice Luttrell. Mrs. Jim Smoth- ion and Mrs. Jack Rawlings are hostesses. Mrs. T. M. McHaffey entertalu- ng y. M. Birthday Club with Christmas party. Yarbro Home Demonstration Hub has Yule party at the home of Mrs. ,}. p. Ramey. Mrs. Jesse, Taylor entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Circle Seven of First Methodist Church meets with Mrs. Harold Wood at her home at 1925 Hearn. Wednesday Musical Tea at the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe from 1:45 to 5:30 p.m., honoring parents of music students of the hostess. Mrs. Herman Turner hosUss for Christmas party honoring TLE Club. Miss Mary Nunn becomes Ihe bride of Dr. Charles Morrow at 4 p.m, Church. th« First Presbyterian 6:30 p.m. dinner party at the home of Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe honor- Ing CIB Club. Mrs. Harry Klrby hostess with I p.m. Yule party at the Country Club entertaining Wednesday Club. Mrs. T. A. Drugmand and Mrs. Sam Macre hostesses at Drugmand home to Twin Table Club. Thursday Euzelian Sunday School Class 9^ the First Baptist Church has Yi/!| party ftt the home of Mrs. James C. Edwards, 115 E. 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