The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 19, 1950
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.PAGE .FOUR •r/TTHEViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' Jam Shelton, Society Editor ew£ Fhon* 4461 CliurcK Class, Guests Have Yule Party at Austin Home A Jtally lighted ChristntM trei *nd brightly wrapped polled plant were . set about the Faye Atistli home last night for the Yule cele bration attended by 25 members o the All for Christ Sunday Scnon Class of the Full Gospel Church MKs Bonnie Nell McCormick \v ro-hnstaus for th« holiday affair. Foilc held secure with ribbons In the Yule hues wrapped the pottec plants "of the room, while ropes o greenery caught \vlth large flowing red bows outlined the archway o the entertaining room. A Inrgi Christinas tree was set up In tru room In which the evening's game. Bnd contests were conducted, rue, were awarded Harold Mennlck aiu Leon \VaIrien, Punch and party foods were served from the candlelighled dining table with Its centerpiece of magnolia leaves, interspersed with miniature Santa Clans figures. A plastic Christmas tree filled with assorted Chris Unas goodies was .set on the serving table. Miss McCormick presided at the punch bowl. Placed in the branches of the liny blue lighted Yule tree set In the dining room were favors for eacl* .guest. En accent to the parly theme Mrs. G, T. Owens and Mrs, Fred Hodge were class guests, Mr4; Widner Entertains Class at Her Home Mm. J. D. Widner, counselor of the Intermediate Girls Auxiliary Calvary Baptist Church, entertained the, group last evening at her home. The play, "The Story of Christmas" was directed by Pe^gy Alit«on with characters being portrayed by Joann Tedlcock, Pepigy Webb Joyce Steel, Peggy Allison and Mrs Widner. Prayers were offered during the evening by Dorothy tRollison and Pnggy Allison. Following singing of Christina.- •ong:*, gifts arranged under the large lighted Yule tree were rhanged by the members. Colorful polnsettln,i, accenting the holiday season, were placed about the entertaining room. Mr,i, Widner s«rved» des-ssrt course. At The Hospitals Kl?therille Ho«T>1UI Dfemisned: pr. C. K. WiUon, City. W, S. Langdon. City. Blanche Hughes, City. Wftlln Hospital Dismi*F*d: Mr«. Jam*! I,. Thomn* and b«bv City. ""Chester Bradford, St«ele. .Mrs. iMflttie WatU, City. 'Mrs. D. L. Vonielter and bab'y. City. , Listen U KLCX at 10:10 a.m. and 4;M p.m. daily fur uur pro- rram announce men la. Rnx Office Open* at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Aubrey Conways Mark 55lli Wedding Date Celebrating their S5lh—redding anniversary, Mr. and Mj-i. Aubrey Con\vay Invited several of their closest friends lo Ihcir home last night for a buffet supper-party. Fitly-live American Beauty roses, symbolic ol Ihe years of marriage, filled Ihe dining room In which dinner was .served. A portion of the formed Ihe centerpiece for the lable which was overlaid with a banquet cloth. Greeting the gue.sts a they arrived and ushering ihem Inlo the poinsctlia bedecked Intertalning room was Mrs. H. H. Houchins. A twinkling Yule tree, arranged on a ilde porch, reflected through Into .he spacious room. Mrs. Conwny was assisted during Ihe evening by Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs, Harry W. Haines, Mrs. C. W. Alflick, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Mrs. Oodrey White of Osceola. Out-of-lo\vn guest-s for the occasion were. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Converse ol Los Angeles, Calil., and Bits of News n Mr. nn<l Mrs. J. Stanley Gresley and son, John of Sewance, Tenn,, formerly of Blythevllle, were weekend guests in Blytheville. Mrs. Oic.sley anrt son went to Memphh Sunday night lo vWt wilh relatives, after spending several day.s in Bly- Ihcville Mr. Gresley will Join them th(-re. Eugene O'Brien. Bobby Deen Repel, chailts McParland anrt C. Warren, all students al Arkansas Stale College. Jonesboro, were In fllyllicville last night to allend the lilytheville-Reclor basketball game. Mrs. Crawford Noble ha.? returned from a trip lo Birmingham. Al»,. and Atlanta, Ga.. where she veiled friends. Mrs Cofldy Katon underwent major surgery yesterday »t Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Jamp.s Karksdale has re- Mrs. Arnold, Guest With W. S. C. S. Mr«. Minnie Arnold of Memphis, hous«gue»t of. Mrs. Iveison Morris', was the only guests last night with member* ol the lAkt Street Methodist Woman's Society ol Christian Service, who met at the church (or the Ytile party-meeting Prayer by Mrs. J. C. Davis opened lh« meeting after which Mrs. Billy Kinff conducted a brier business session. "Christmas Around (he World was trjt topic or the devotional K lven by Mrs. W. L. Cireea, who adjourned the meeting with prayer. in the social hour following, g|it s were exchanged and party ' foods serve rf. "The Joy Gift" Given at Church • ..-----, — ., IMI.I. ^iiiiit.v i»ii] KSUHIC nas re Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rlggs of Little j t ,i rnfll ,, cn , vicksburg. Miss., where Roelc houscguest.\ o ho.sle.wes, Mr. and M if the hosi and j she attended the man- Mrs, o. N. Key-1 nephew. James E. Wortl •lane of her ' and Miss ....... v . t ,. t n,j i iiv]jjir-rt, .i.iiiii-A r>, wurillV and MISS nolds of Cape Qlrardeau, Mr. and j Carolyn Blade. While In'Mississippi Mrs. While of Osceola. Mrs. Krank Kensell of Galesburg. Ill,, house guest- of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Leech she visited with relatives In Natchez and JacV:son. Mrs. Charles Newcoinb relumed The women ol the Presbyterian Church mel yesterday at the rhurcl tor a combined meeting and Yule celebration at which the play, '"The Joy GIH" was presented. The play, which was under the direction or Mrs. Joe Beasley, was portrayed hy Mrs. Walter Day. Mrs Kddle Saliba. Mrs. Jesse Homer Martha Ann White, Molly Jo Beas- lev ami June Horner. The brief business meeting wa. | conducted hy Mr.v G. W Dlllahunty president of the group. Party foods «nrt clrinks. suggestive of the current holiday season were served following the meeting- dismissal by the hostesses. Mrs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. J. C. Wallers «nd Mr.v P. W. Whltner. and Mrs. Bruno Tanner of chapel j last night Irom Tampa, Da,, were Hill. N. C. • Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leech entertained the Conway housegue.sts with a party at their home on West Main. Monday Mr and Mrs. H. SV. Maine,-; complimented the visitors with a breakfast, 200 Attend Yule Dance jiven by Cotillion Group Approximately 200 BllesLs attended Ihe yulellde dance Saturday night at Hotel Noble feting members of the Cotillion Club and their BUesU. Hosts and hostesses to the holiday crowd were Mr. aud Mrs, George Dillahunty, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Uiwshe, Mr. , and Mrs. Lindsey Qunn, Mr. slid Mrs. B. B. Goodman »nd Mr. und Mrs. Max Logan. Red tapers encircled with liny white snowdrop candles provided Ihe lighting lor the long table from which the mld-nlght Inrkey supper wai served buffet. Greenery h « 1 d .secure, with « flowing red bow centered the tahle. Poliuettlns »nd Christmas greenery neslled In th'e windows of Ihe ballrooms. A lighted Vule tree completed the setting for the evening's dancing. A large number, of out-of-town , -residents were included in the guesl ishe had spenl i monlh with her daughter, Mrs. M. E. Bennett. Mr. Bennett and children Karen and I Infant son, Thomas Earl. Mrs. Ben' iiett Is Ihe former Miss Mary Jo Ncwcomb o( Blylhevllle. Charles Ray Newcomb met his mother In Memphis last nlghl lor the return trip home. Airs. Minnie Arnold -A Memphis Is the houseguest of Mr. »nd Mrs. Iverson Morris Mrs. Frank Kensell of Galesburg. Ill,, is visiting Mr. »nd Mis. j. A. Leech: .•* ^ Harold Haynes will leave tomorrow /or his home In Fort Smith after spending several days here with his mother, Mrs. T. H. Hnynes and .sister, Mrs. Russell C. F«rr and Mr. Farr. Mr. ami Mrs. W. I. Converse of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. nnrl Mrs. J. A. Riggs of Little Rock: will leave tomorrow for their homes after visiting here for several days with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. While here they were guests «t several affairs. Fifteen Hear Mission Program Seven members unrl tight' aue.sU of the Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist, Church met recently at. Ihe church tor a mi«- Mission Lessons Are Concluded mil! Mission Study Book, undei the direction of Mrs. Tom Kellick was concluded yesterday afternoon at the weekly, meeting of the Armorel Woman's Missionary Union at tile church. Mn. Everett Rho»des and Mrs Bob Stovall were guests with the 15 members attending. Group singing or Christmas carols followed by prayer by Mrs. Rhoadc preceding the devotional given by Mrs. Henry Berry. Following th« concluding study from the mission book, a business session was held during which plant were completed for a communitj Christmas tree, sponsored by the WMU at the church, Dec. 22. Prayer bj Mrs. W. E. Edmondson closed th« meeting. Mission Program Given for YWA' Th« missionary program, "Th Gospel on Wings" was presented for memberg of the Armorel Baptis - .--; -. Program participant* were Anne Kellick, Elnor Beard; Wilmi Webb Oberta Webb, and Jun Purrish, Prayer by Mrs. Tom Kellici closed the session. for Christmas , ,. ;- -, ,._ U^:«o V^-t-D^- Asa distinctive Christmas gift... or to jfract your own. table on (he holiday . . . (here are wonderful cloths ind nnpkins-at .liedel's. Highlighting- this collection are the imported. Madeira pure linens... »rtrl Ihe delicate lace, clplhs. For every purpose we have: s$^ mssm^^jiiim Tuesday & Wednesday 'jjfc a warm ... A ^^^ ^ &Jstf&i motion picture. Sclrrlrtl Short Subjects • Table Cloths • Dinner Sels • Napkin* • Lunch Cloths • Bridge Sets GEM Box Off!c« Opens 6:45 Show Start* 7 P.M. Tuuiday & Wednesday SPY HUNT J Selected short SubJfcU i Especially designed for Christmas Kivlnjr are beautifully pack- sited Cannon Towel Sets, fancy embroidered Pepperell sheets and pillow case sets, or pillow case sets alone. CHOOSE YOUR GIFTS AT JIEDEL'S Coming Events Social Calendar • •• TUKSDAf Friendship Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church h»s nnual phrlslmas party «t 7- n m" Hie church. American U»lon ana Legion Auxiliary having Jolnl Yule parly t the Hut at 8 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigm» phi meets «t 7:30 p.m. at the home of HIS. j. Q. Dav | s , t <m e. Kentucky. Wednesday Musical Tea >l the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe from 1:45 to 5:30 p.m honoring parents of music students of the hostess. Cl hristmas tub. Miss Mary Mrs. Herman Turner hostess for party honoring TLE t , Niiiui becomes Ihe bride of Dr. Charles Morrow at 4 P.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. fi:30 p.m. dinner party at Ihe lome of Mrs. W. H. O'Keele honor- ng CIB Club. Mrs. Harry Kiruy hostess with 1 vin. Vule party at the Country' Club entertaining- Wednesday Club Mrs. T. A. Drngmand . and Mrs. am Mae/e hostesses at Drugmanii home to Twin Table Club. Thursday KuMllan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church has Vule parly at the home of Mrs. James "- Edwards. 115 K. Kentucky, at :30 p.m. Husbands of (he class members will be guests. Thursday Luncheon Club meets with Mrs. Blan Heath for I p.m. holiday party. One o'clock luncheon at cuover , ~...-i*.. nfc 1..11UVCE wrenn home entertaining Thursday Rook club. Rupert Crafton, Jr., Benny Hays Jerry Halsell, Freddie Mullins and fat Smothcrmon hosts for dance at the Jaycet club house. Miss Dorothy Drewerj- hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Country Club party for member's children at 7 p.m. t rlrfay Heard w.vlie and 'olivcr Copped_e. Jr.. honoring teen-agers with formal dance at the country Club. TUESDAY,' DECEMBER' 19^ 1950 Yule Guests Continue Arriving For Holiday in'Increasing Stream Now In progress is 'the longesti Rhode Island. Mis. Ruth Key and week of the year, according to Jun-1 family of Washington, B.C., Lon- lor. while the hurried housewife testifies that the week Is passing i>n fleet wings, a week of feverish preparation and planning foe the celebration of that outstanding holiday, Christmas. . , ... . Guests and relative* are arriving In Blylhevllle at an,Increasing tempo as tlie day draws near. Arriving tomorrow from -Texas Is Mr, and Mrs. D. K. Bondurant.of Fort, Worth. They will hoiiseguest with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Appje- baum. . .- '. ,. . Motoring away from Blylrnvllk- to Join in the Yule celebrations at Siimmerlon. S, C., was Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Richardson who left this momliiR. They will guest with relatives during the holidays and will nle Fulgham and family of Joiner and Sgt. Clinton Fulgham of Lang- Icy. Vn., and his houseguest. Sgt. Billy Lee Freeman. Completing the list will lie Miss Doris Fulgham nf DlyUicville, Arriving tomorrow from Jones- borg (o share 'In Rlythevllle holiday festivities will be James Rlley Crawford who will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hanley. The group will motor to Johesboro Christmas Eve to spend the holidays with Mrs. Dixie Crawford and family. Mrs R. F. Kirshner Is in Memphis today to accompany her son Hobby home lor the Yule holidays. He has been attending college In Mount Pleasant. Mich. From Phoenix, Ariz., comes Heard Wylle. who Is a student at Brown- Iso attend the marriage of Mr, .^..~ ~ ... .. ^ v .*..,„,,Richardson's sister. Miss M a.r y] nioore SchooMor W Girls." Mrs."ir."w. Spann Richardson to James Rich-1 Wylie and daughter arrived In ardson Hrfggs on Dec. 22, -• • Also leaving Arkansas for the holidays Is Mrs. frank T. Byrd who leaves tomorrow for the land of the Young Women's Association who met recently at the church Following the devotional by Mrs Henry Berry, the program was presented by Maxine Parrish Delean Beard. Margie Beard and Mrs. Berry Delean Beard led In the adjourning prayer. low dipping mercury, Delrolt, Mich. She will be the guest of her daughter. Mrs. F. E. Bulner and family Arrivitig from the land of the magnolia leaves Is A: G. Shlblev who Is intending Tulaiie. New Orleans. Another southern guest Is Perry Roihrock who has arrived from Ole Miss. Oxford, for the holiday season as RUest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rothrock. SI. I.ouls Represented Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Branan. will have as their holiday guests- [heir daughter. Mrs. F. D.' Marlon of Memphis and Mrs. A. O. Hagen of St. Louis and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon plati to • arrive Saturday. also arriving Saturday morning to complete the tamlly circle will be the Hageiis. Joe Von Stewart will be the Yule Rilest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller in Poplar Bluff while Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stewart and son John Mark will leave Sunday for Charlotte. N.C., to guest with relatives. Increased activities are promised at. the M. W. Fulgham home as Ihe eight children .and their .families begin arriving tomorrow with Ihe last of the clan expected Dec. 23. Otho Fulj!h»m and family of Chicago. Lawrence F.ulshum and family of Blylhevlllc.' Pulgham and family of San Francisco. Mrs. Lois Kibling Irom the tiny state ol Blytheville today. Mrs. Wylle had Roue to Phoenix several weeks ago lo accompany her daughter home (or the holidays. Arriving in Hlyiheville Sunday lo Join In the celebration at the d K. Wallace -home was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson of Nashville, Tenn. Their daughter. Myra Jane, had been spending a week heft with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. wi- lace. M]-. Wilson Is a student at Vanderbill, University Law School. Heralding tile arrival of University of Arkansas students. Fayctte- vllle. will be F.. B. Gee. Jr.. who will arrive home Thursday for the holidays. Vanderbllt student. Russell Phillips came to Blytheville Sunday night to guest with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillip- over the holidays. From way up Chicago, 111., way comus Mrs.'W. T. Stover who will celebrate Christmas at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Jim Davis and family, while Coady Eaton and family will have as their guest Mi«s Mary Jo'Eaton who plans to arrive tomorrow Irom Hendrix. Conway. where she is, a freshman. Leaving thts alternoon for North Little Rock for a vacation with friends and relatives Is Miss Fiances Chmnney. .home economics Instructor at Blytheville high school, vrhile the other faculty member of (he department. Miss fna E1IU, departs for Searcy to visit with relatives. Leaving Memphis lor the holiday will kx Mr. «nd Mr«. J. M. Ouna who will be the guest of their Kn Llndsey Guun and family. Christmas afternoon the group will motor to Memphis to visit with Mrs Lind sey Gunn's parents, Mr. and Mrs Quy W. Moore »t-their home on Perkins Road. Also arriving from Memphis („ the festivities at the R \ Dedman home will be Miss Jean Dedman who will arrive Friday night. Other guests swelling the list at the Dedman home will be Mr and Mrs. L, o. Westbiook, Sr a Mr, and Mrs. L. q. Westbrook and son of Birmingham, Mr and Mrs. I. o. Westbrook Jr'' and children, Pat and Onle nf Sari Angelo. Tex. Joining the gathering will be Mr. and Mrs. Don Flelche? of Joiner. 'Miss Rarnona Crafton arrived home Saturday from Gulfpark College, GulfpoH, Mi ss ., to vlsll h parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton at their home on Hearn. Arriving tomorrow nlghl from the Unlver! slty of Arkansas, fnyetlevllle. will be Miss Barbara Monaghan, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Matt Monaghan Miss Monaghan was recently elected recording secretary of the Delta Iota Chapter r>f Trl-Della sorority She is also secretary to the Association of Wiinen Student* Motoring Friday afternoon ( 0 Kansas City. Mo,. Tor the holidays ' 5 .,, M ' 5S Virginia Swearengen who will be the hoiwaicst of Mr and Mrs. J. E. Stlth. Joining the croup will be Lloyd Still, of "oavion o who Is serving with.the Air Force' Mif.s Swcarcngcn will return Jan. 3. Religious Drama ^ Given at Church - The religious drama "The Com pletion ol Bethlehem." was presented Sunday nlqht a | st Stephen's Episcopal Church, under ihe direction ol Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh Taking parts in the pageant were Sandra Crawford. Oscar Hardaway,' The Rev. W. J. Fitzhugh. Melia Fay Sahba. Martha Hiuldleston. Joe Hughes. Don-Wlkmi. Billy Sporllello Johnny McDowell. Jimmy Killett' Fred Hnrdaway. Rene George Billy Dallas. Hugh Tuck Hardaway. Leroy Huddlcston. Sandra Yates Judy Edwards. Linda Saliba. Patricia Fowlston. Connie Crawford. Kaj Yates. Ann Sportiello and Carol Hubener. Bill Blake was reader and Mrj. John Blythc, organist. ' ThR evening was climaxed with a church party at Hotel Noble. Xmas Ideas from BARNEY'S ar. » SPECIA. CLEARANCE! Beautiful, sheer 51 gougt, 15 denier '^Nylons first quality Entire Stock of Handbag* 1 PRICE! All Ladies Handbag . . mcdes and leather* . . icreen, hlack, hrown, grtj tan, blue, spice. Hnrrj! Make Such a Wonderful Gift FOR YOUR MAN! wool lined slipper Sy Jar man.. A t Ifl hr's Mire to like. TO PL K A S E THE LADY. Lovely Satin In Ihe most popular colors and cnm- binalinns. 0^ wiwl fell nilh leather rohbtr heel. Popular colors, sliet 4 In 10. SPECIAL! i $1.95 An unusual R ift for the bahy 'cause Ihew house shoes Jinslc! Sites » $1.95 BARNEY'S SHOES

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