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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Sheiton, Society Editor Phone U61 Final Events Honor Miss Mary Nunn Final events In the series of affairs planned prior to the marriage of Mi*a Miry Francei Nunn to Dr. John Charles Morrow, in, this afternoon, have been given. Yesterday M1» Nunn entertained with • bridesmaid's luncheon at the Country Club. .Accenting the holiday *eason were th* Christmas baubles and ornament* decorating the serving table and entertaining room of the club. Following the luncheon Miss Nunn presented her attendants vdth gifts Out-of-town guests was Miss Tiny Marguerite Morrow of Henderson ville, N. O. and Mis« Virginia Nunn of Washington, D. O. Saturday morning a group of Miss Nunn's friends were Invited to the Marvin Nunn Jr., home for a coffee. A glint candy cane set in a bed of greenery adorned the front door of the home. The entertaining and reception rooms held decorations of the sea eon, accenting the large lighten ticc. The made rut draped table held an unusual desEgn of small lighted candles floating In a crystal bowl. Coffee was served from the silver service with party foods. A silver tray was presented the honoree from her hostess. Pinned at the shoulder'of Miss Norm's sport costume were tinted green cania tions. An out-of-town guest was Miss Virginia Nunn of Washington. Bridal Shower Is Given For Miss Joan Lutz Tiny angel dolls jet at graduated levels and holding lighted tapers "guarded" the miscellaneous bridal tIftj presented Miss Joan Lutz last night at the shower given in her honor at the Lake Street Methodist Church. Miss Lutz Is the bride-elect of Ret. Jimmy Strickland. Hostesses for the pre-nuptlal event were Mrs. Billy Hyde, Mrs. Percy Smith, Miss Betty Reid. Mrs. Henry Rosemond and Mrs. I,. H. Hay. Accenting th» combined holiday and bridal theme were the decoration* of the church^ entertaining room. Outlining each "window were borders of gleaming silver tinsel with the fop pane of each being centered with a huge sliver star. Clustered whit* wedding bells overlaid each window ftcene. Idmttcal whit* belli wer» iu«- pended orar the brlde'i table on which the gift* were opened and displayed. The guardian angel dolls studded the table backdrop. Large white i*tta bowi tied the table skirt.' ''••-. \ Alter an evening of Informal entertainment during wiilch piano selection* were presented by Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Miss Lutz opened and displayed her gifts. The refreshment table from -which punch and party foods were served was covered with a cutwork cloth and topped with a large punch bowl filled centering a mirrored plaque. The party foods of Santa Claus reindeers and stock- Ings were In the holiday hues. A largt floor basket of white chrysanthemums tied In red satin »tood at one side of the table, Pinned at the shoulder of Mis* Lutz's winter ensemble were gar- denlai, a gift from her hostesses. Leachville Hostess Has Luncheon-Bridge at Hotel Tiny Christmas trees lopped each of the small tables at which the 12 guests attending the luncheon bridge yesterday at Hotel Noble were seated for the 1 p.m. affair. Hostess for the holiday observance was, Mrs. Robert L. Pierce of Leachville. Topping a table arranged in the entertaining room WAS a Yule scene lighted with the glow from tell red tapers encircling a single giant snowball. Walls of the spacious • room were studded with holly wreaths. Following luncheon, bridge was played with first prize of a brass planter being presented Mrs. Dan Bell, second high score of a china handpainted plate, an original Dy Grandma Moses was won by Mrs. Robert A. Porter. A brass silent butler was awarded brldgo winner Mrs. W. H. Pease. Out-of-town guests were Mrs Dan Bell of Oxford, Miss., houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A Little, Mrs. Robert McKtn- non of Manila and Mrs. Paul Hen- derlckson of Leachvtlle. OUTFIT FOR SCHOOL By Sue Burnett A darling outfit for the grade school miss that features a simple wesklt like big sister's, collared blouse and simple skirt. Mix or match the fabrics for these wearable school togs. Pattern No. 8614 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 8, 8. 10. 12 and 14 years. Size 8. vest, it, yard of 54-inch; skirt, 'A yard; blouse, IS yards of 35-Inch. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News, 312 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 8. 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; gift pattern printed inside the book. Ralph Walfer Home Sorority Party Setting Th» Ralph Wafler home was the setting last night for the exchange of glfu and get together honoring members ol Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority prior to the group's Christmas dance at the Fly-Inn. Mrs. Bonnard O'Neal was co-hostess for the occasion. Following the group gift exchange from under the gaily lighted tree, tha hostess served party feeds. Colored Hce cubes hold- Ing frozen cherries floated In the punch bowl. The group was joined by their husbands and dates for the evening's dancing. Sorority Chapter Marks Holiday With Party The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma, Phi had its annual Christmas party last night with a dessert bridge canasta at the Rustic Inn. Hostesses to the chapter were-Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, Mrs. Jim Smothermon, and Mrs. Jack Rawlings. Topping the small tables Rt which the gnests were seated nnd tables of the room were Christmas scenes. High score priz« in the bridge game went to Mrs. Fred Steadman canasta high to Mrs. T. A. Folgcr and bridgo to Mrs. B. F. Scott. Members contributed toys to be distributed at the annual party for nndorprivUlged Negro children. Friday afternoon at the Jaycee Club liouse. Chapter members exchanged gifts. Gift Is Received From England Receiving s. Christmas gift from far away England is Sue Simpson. 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Simpson of Blythevilie, who yesterday received a set of table mats from Miss Jean Lister of Yorkshire, England. The two have been corresponding and exchanging gifts for three years. The handmade mats are of a yellow cast and are crocheted. Altar Society Bazaar Wednesday Night - 6:30 to 10 p.m. LEGION HUT Hand Made Linens and Baby's Apparel Everything Made by Hand Sponsored by The Catholic Ladies Red and White Scene Top* Buffet Supper Table A red and white Yule centerpiece topped the dining table of the T. H. Caraway home Monday night for the Christmas supper party entertaining members of the GEO Bridge Club. Magnolia leaves painted In the Christmas hues, and studded with silver pine cones and tiny Santa Claus figures flanked by glowing red tapers in silver candlesticks formed the red and white scene. Following the buffet supper the evening was spent In playing bridge in the entertaining room of the home which was also bedecked In accent of the season. High score winner wai Mrs. Ray Whlttington, second high, Mrs. Johnson Blackwell and brldgo, Mrs! James Rogers. Gifts were exchanged. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 19W Yuletide Guest List for Blytheville Growing as Holiday Draws Near Aa CnrUtma* day drawi n*t, actlvitlea are reaching a ntv bi«h u !Mt-minut« preparation* continue prior to the arrival of friend* and KlitlvM of Blythevlllt re«!tS«nt«. Departing and arriving hourly by train, bua and car, many citle. and atat«i ax* represented In the growing list of Blythevlll* ,ueau Blythevllle, aUo promise* to b* well represented in varlou. *ect!ons of the country. _. ^ Whltsltt and family. Mrs. Miley, a former resident, will b« Joined for the holiday! by Mr. Mlley this wtekend. Arriving Friday afternoon from their Lake Providence, La., home will be Mr, and Mr*. John Dcen and family. They will be the guwts of Mr. Deen's sister, Mrs. Harold Wright and family at their horns on Cherry. During their week's visit they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Deen and A. S. Dccn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman and family will have as their Yule guests their daughter and slste'r Mrs. Edward E. Smith and Mr. Smith from their home way down Louisiana way in Baton Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will arrive Sun- Bits of News Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Parks and daughter. Deborah, left Monday for their home In Detroit, Mich., after visiting here as guests of Mrs Parks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I!. G Sheiton. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Golladay have returned from McAlten, Brownsville and Edlnburg, Tex. They returned by way of New Orleans. Hattiesburg and Columbus, Miss., where thev visited with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I.- Thompson left, this morning (or Vina. Ala., where Ihcy were called following the death of Mrs. Thompson's sister-in-law. Mrs. Carf F. Masscy. Funeral services will be Thursday. Jlmmle W. Qaskins of Blythevllle has been assigned to the 5th Armored Victory Division which was recently reactivated at Camp Chaffee. Ark. Mrs. Fred Wahl and Miss Beatrice Hargett both of Blythevlllo have been selected for membership in Pi Gamma Mu at Arkansas State. Jonesboro and wore Initialed in ceremonies last night at the school. Having completed six weeks basic training with the 8th Armored Division, Ret. Jackson S. Touchstone of Blytheville has been transferred to the Engineering School at Fort Belvoir, Va. Mrs. Hugh Hudson was returned to her home today after having undergone major surgery at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her condition Is reported as satisfactory. Ret, Harold M. Hodge arrived In Blytheville yesterday for an eight- day furlough with relatives and friends. Mrs. W. A. Sheddan and Mrs. R. O. Roseborough o( Senatobia, Miss., nre .spending today with their daughters, Mrs. George Hubbard Jr., and Mrs. Johnny White. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and daughter, Diane, are now at homo Motoring to Pine Bluff Chrlst- max day for a visit will b« Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and family. They will be the guests of Mrs. Cure's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McFadden. Leaving this morning for Knoxville, Tenn., for the holiday festivities were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush. They will be Joined there by their son, Allen who is a freshman at Die University of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Bush and son, former Tennessee residents, will return to Blythevllle following the holidays. Arriving tomorrow night from the University of Arkansas, Fay- ettevillo, will be Bill Williams, Jr.. who will be the guest of his parents, while Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Mason will have as their Yule guest, their son, Cary who ii attending Arkansas state, Jonesboro. He plans to arrive Thursday. Activities in St. Louis are beckoning Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alford who will leave this week end to be the guests of Mrs. Alford's sister. Mrs, Dana Gibson and Mr. GiD- son. They will return Dec. 27. Dec. 24 is the date selected by Mr. nnd Mrs. Oils Roush and family ol Nashille. Tcnn., for their ar- rial in Blythevllle to visit,with O.'A. Roush and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow will have as their guest their son, Graham, who is a student at the Unl- ersity of Arkansas, while Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Mcl,cod await the »r> rial of Charles Memphis. Joining the circle at the McLeod home will he Mr. and Mrs. Don Day and family. Mr. Day Is now In Dallas, Tex. Tulsa. Okla., will be represented also. Denny Gentry who U a student at the University of Tulsa will arrive tomorrow to be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. Gentry are in Memphis today to accompany their son home. Miss Laura Swain la ncheduled to arrive in Blythellle Saturday from Washington Unierslty, St. Louis where she will be graduated in .January. Miss Swain will be accompanied home for the holidays by Don Manners of Carbondaie, 111. Planning a Dec. 26 visit to Blythe- ille for the alter-chrtstmns festil- tles are Mr. and Mrs. Roy W, Olsen who are coming from their home their daughter, Mrs. Henley and family of day. . Hernando, Miss., residents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Webb, will be the giiesls of Mr. Webb'i sister. Mrs. R. B. Purvis and Mr. Purvis during the holidays. An SMU student. Mist Annette Whistle, arrived today from Dallas, Tex., to guest with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whistle during the holiday season. From up north comes Mr. and Mrs. risk Miles, jr., and daughter Sally Ann who will arrive Saturday from Superior. Wise., to be the Yule guests of Mrs. Miles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ramey. Mrs. Miles 1s the former Miss Heloise Ramey. Mrs. Miles and daughter will remain for an extended visit, Mr. Miles will return to Superior in ten days. Arriving this afternoon from St. Louis is Miss Margaret Ann Tyson who will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Leaving Blythevllle 'for holiday activities are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alexander who left this morning for Star City, Ark., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Alexander and son Denny. They will be Joined ctlar In the week by Miss Bonnie Alexander. Off for lot Angeles, Calif., were Mr. and Mrs Ben Ray who left Monday morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. Atlas Bowles and Owen Ray. At The Hospitals Dismissed: Mrs. otto Bradberry, Roseland. Mrs. Marvin Wicker and baby, Coming Events Social Calendar ThurMajr MM. N. O. Jerome ha* Chriit- mas party honoring La Nueve Club. Euzellan Sunday School Class of he First Baptist church has Yule party at the home of Mrs. James O. Edwards, 115 B. Kentucky, at 7:30 p.m. Husbands of the class members will be guest*. Thursday Luncheon Club meets with Mrs. Blan Heath for 1 p.m. lollday party. One o'clock luncheon at orover Wrenn home entertaining Thursday Rook Club. Rupert Crafton, Jr., Benny Hays, Jerry Halscll, Freddie Mullins and Pat Smothermon hosts for dance at the Jaycee Club house. Miss Dorothy Drewery hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Country Club party for member's children at 7 p.m. »na»f Heard Wylle and Oliver Copped- se, Jr., honoring teen-agers with formal dance at the country Club. Men's Adult Class of the Promised Land Methodist Church entertaining with a Fellowship Supper at the church at 7 p.m. Number Nine Baptist Church has annual Christmas tree and program at the cliurch at 8 p.m., Mrs. M. L. Hodge and the Rev. Gene Shultz directing the program. 37 Members Hear Service Program Thirty-seven members and one guest of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church mel Monday afternoon at the church (or a Royal Service program, which opened with group ilngLng. Prayer by Mrs. W. E. Buchanan preceded the program which opened with the devotional given by Mrs. C. I,. McWaters. Taking part in the discussions were Mrs. B. W. Woolen, Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Mrs. Ben Abbott, and Mrs. Jim Crafton. Prayers were offered by Mrs. J. W. Rsiydcr nnd Mrs. E. H. McCiure. A vocal solo was presented by Miss Joann Trleschman. City. Dismissed: Walb Hospital in Houston. Tex., for a week with | , mI5 - 5 S'? :J Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Olsen. i s - cl yd* Hill and baby. Luxora. ^ Another New Orleans visitor counted in Blytheville testivities is Mrs. Ed Zelier who Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lewis Zelier and family. Sheffield, Ala.. Is represented by Mrs. Bryan Miley who is tha Yuletide guest of her sister, Mrs. Hugh nt their newly redecorated residence nt 1204 Wnlnut. They formerly resided at 1313 Walnut. Hcrc'j • smart choice for thai la*Worvcon»cioui woman on your Cliristm.u list. Whispy sheer — the** lovely Phoenix nylonl arc a in a variety of «>'!« and" flattering shade*. Select her own custom-fit proportion from our fine collection. JIEDEL'S Earl Walker, Jr., Portasevllle. Fallacy Whales, contrary to popular belief, do not spout water. The moist air blown from the whale's lung-, condenses Into drops of moisture in the colder atmosphere, giving the appearance of a mountain of water the GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan The gift THAT'S UNUSUAL The THAT'S WANTED The That Fiti Your Purse the GIFT SHOP 103 Eiil Main Slre«l Lutheran Church Has Yule Party Members of the lutheran Church held their annual Yuletide celebration Sunday night, In the Fellowship Hall of the church. Decorating the hall for the occasion were lighted tapers and a miniature Christinas tree, gaily trimmed. Games were pisyed by the group with prizes being presented George McLeod, Mrs. B. Zelier, Mrs. Lewis Zelier and Miss Arlene Miessler. A large mirror reflected the Christmas scene which formed the centerpiece for the refreshment table. Lighted tapers and loops of greenery were set along the outer edge of the lace draped table. Gifts were exchanged among the members after which the cliurch presented^ the paster (he Rev. G. Miessler and family with a gift. Singing of Christmas carols concluded the entertainment. Several guests attended the affair among svhlch was Mrs. Ed Zcllcr of New Orleans, housegucst of her sister, Mrs. Lewis Zcller. Mrs. L, Hughes Directs Program Mrs. Lynn Hughes directed the Christmas program presented inst night IH the meeting of Circle Seven of the First Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. Harolt! Wood on Hearn. Gifts were brought by the Circle members to ho distributed to needy families. Following the brief business session. Mrs. Wood served a dessert course. The entertaining room In which the evening was spent was decorated in compliment to the current holiday season. Lions Host to 37 Pupils at Party Thirty-seven students from th» clty'j three grammar tehooli were guests of Blytheville's Lloru Club at Hotel Noble yesterday. Pen and pencil set* and bags of candy and nuts were given the young visitors at the Christmas party which Is held each year by th« club, W. O. Geurln, former BlythejIlU resident now living In Roswell, NM was a guest of the club. JL. Dr. W. T. Rainwater was In ch J?j« of the program. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 Dec. 20. Wi— (USDA)— Hogs ll.OOo' unevenly 25 to 75 higher than Tues' day; bulk 170-230 Ibs 20.25-50; ton 2050 freely for light hogs; most sales 230-240 Ibs 20.00-25; some 250. 270 Ibs 19.75-85; load 325 lb heavies 1900; bulk 150-170 Ibs 19.50-2050' few 120-140 Ibs 18.00-19.00; most sows under 400 Ibs 17.25-1825' heavier sows 16.25-17.00. Cattle 2500; calves 700; steers early sales medium and good steers' largely 29.00-32.00; some low medl- urns 28.00-25; common nnd low medium 26.25; good cows 22.50-23.00- odd head above; common and me dlum cows 20.W-2S no: cannors aim cutter common 21.00-23.so. .MysU'ry The Latin words on the seal which appears on U. S. paper money mean "Seal of the Treasury of \crth America." and this seal Is the last thing placed on the money. Why the words North America were used Instead of United States Is unknown. YOUR OLD WATCH is worth WHEN YOU TRADE FOR A NEW WATCH AT Pat O'Bryanfs wonderful HERE IS A WONDERFUL GIFT IDEA FOR HIM, FOR HER FOREVER 1 WARNING ORDER The cle'etKianis. uesty Noah and Gurnle G Moah, arc hereby warned to appear In the Chancery Court Chickasawba District, .Vjississ^l County, Arkansas, within tflfiv lays and to answer the complaint -if plaintiff. Mound City Paint and Color Company, filed against them n said Court, Case No. 11.510, and upon their failure so to do, said omplaint will be taken as confess*. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of aid Court and the seal thereo! his 2 day of December. 1S50. Harvey Morris, Cler* v By Ruth Magee. D.C. Reid and Roy attys. (or plaintiff. Oscar Fendler, ally, ad Htem. 12-4-11-18-28 Get a New Watch For Christmas at Pat O'Bryant Jeweler Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.nx ind -1:00 p.m datJj tur uui pro- gnun announceniunls. Bo.v OHtce Opens at U45 Sli mi SI art's *i:00 p.m. Co ntinuuus S tin iv}n g E ve ry cl a j An UnUSUAL GIFT OF I » * ^i> S& <£-f! : **&*•" a%^u£^j,is^f\ K TJ.. Book oj K.ppin.1. !• t.^.««.bt. 1.1 |{ 7 [-"^'""hiVVjiT.'.n; ,™"^ *L v u o-ud-i,, Dm.™ 6,1,. ;/ H S2.50 s boote |L[ dft. A- »U T . . A V Roxy Theatre Last Times Today a warm... kind... human motion picture. 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