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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 26, 1950
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PAGE TWO »LYTHEvn,r,E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Willa M. Johnson, Howard E. Wiedau Exchange Vows Miss Wilts Mae Johnson WAS niar- - ried Saturday Dec. 23 lo Howard E. Wlednu of East St. Louis, III., in & ceremony performed at the home of • her parents nt 110 E. Ash Street. The bride Is (he daughter o[ Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Tranthnm of Bly- thcville. the groom the sou of Mrs, Helen Wlcdau also of East St. Louis. The Rev. George L. McGhchey. minister of the Lake street Methodist Church, officiated at the 7:30, single ring service. Baskets filled with white gladioln and chrysanthemums stood at cither side of the improvised altar where the wedding parts' gathered. Laurel roping was used throughout the room in which the guests were assembled, Attending as maid of honor and only feminine attendant was Miss Alma Cain who chose a gown of rose crepe worn with palnmino accessories. The skirt of Miss Cain's winter costume featured a side drape caught with a cluster of roses at the waist line. Pinned at her shoulder were satin held gardenias. Ice blue saUu overlaying wispy maline was worn by Miss Johnson as she was given In marriage by her father, Mr. Trantham. The full ballerina length skirt was gathered onto a snug fitting jacket which ended in pointed sleeves over Ihe wristline. Miniature buttons of identical satin closed the tight sleeves. Ice blue satin, shoes completed her wedding costume. A single orchid from which [lowed blue satin streamers tied with valley lily was carried by the bridr, Pfc. Gene Johnson of Sheppard Field. Tex., served as best man. Usher was Jimmy Bauglunan. A printed silk frock worn with reptile accessories was selected by Mrs. Trantham for her daughter's marriage. White carnations were used in her shoulder corsage. A reception for the wedding guests followed the nuptial exchange. Potted poinsettlas were set about the room in which Mr, and Mrs. Wiedau received their guests. A tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal coupte centered the bride's table. White tapers burned in crystal candelabra set at cither 'side. After the bride and groom hart cut the wedding cuke, Mrs. Herman Turner, and Mrs. Jimmy Baughman served the punch and party foods to the guests. Hair-dos of white carnations were worn by the attendants. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Wiedau left on a wedding trip after which they will he at home in East St. Louis. For traveling Mrs. Wiedau chose a two piece black velvet suit worn with black accessories. Her bridal flower was pinned at. her -shoulder. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Art Hoencr of East St. MATERNITY OUTFIT 8587 12-42 By Sue Burnett As comfortable as ran be and so easy to take care of is this charm- Ing button front frock for the mother-to-be. Waistline drawstring insures needed adjustment. A practical flower-trimmed smock is also included. 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G, Little Home The traditional open house at the colonial home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little on Clear Lake Road was held yesterday, completing the 16lh annual celebration. More than 75 guests called be- Uvcen 11 n.rn. and noon to exchange holiday greetings. The reception and entertaining rooms used lor the occasion were bedecked In scenes accenting the holiday season. Holiday foods were served from the dining table which held as Its centerpiece a gaily dressed snowman garlnnded in scarlet, carnatfons. Brilliant polnsettins were sei throughout the rooms. Out-of-town guests invited to call included Mrs. Prank Kcnsell of Oal- inhurg. ill., houscguest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech; Hamilton Little of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oliver, Jr.. of Proctor. Miss Nanc>Hughes of Washington, D.C.. Pfc. nre>s D. Hughes of San Antonio, Tex.. honseBiicsIs of their parents Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes; Mrs. Ruth Tanner of chapel Hill. N.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Jullna Bells of Portsmouth. Va.. houseguesl.s of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Buck: Dr. Frank Smith at Om.ihn, Neb., visiting his daughter, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otlell Sanders of Port-' land. Ark., guest.'; of Mrs. M. O. Us-. rcy. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford, Miss., houseguest.5 of Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little. Miss Donna Wunderlich Hostess for Open House Open house at the W. .1. Wunderlich home on Hearn Street Saturday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. was another in the scries of social events Bivcn during the yule holiday season. Miss Donna Wunderlich. who Is home from the University of Ar- kansas.Faycttcville. for the holidays was hostess to BO gucsls. Red roses, nolntcttias nnrt holly were amassed throughout Ihe reception and entertaining rooms In which the holiday crowd was received. Parly foods and drinks were served from a long table topped with a giant peppermint stick surrounded by branches or holly. The glow from red tapers set at either side provided the lighting. The hostess was assisted throughout, the affair by her mother. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. Mrs. Charles Rose antl an aunt. Mrs. Cooke Vollmer of Memphis. A large number of out-of-town guests called. lelcvision Party Given For Sudbtiry Schoolmates Ten guesl.s were invited to the home of Carolyn and Linda Jo Cor- ricll. 705 S. E. Parkway. Friday for a television party. The guests "wen all members of the second anil fourth grade classes at, Sudburj School. Following Ihe afternoon of watch- Ins programs, refreshments were served. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Pal Parllow, Chuck Langslon Mary iy e McWater.s entertaining with dance at iountry Club. Jimtnle Wertnesflay Horncr hostess for dance at the Woman's Club at. 8 p.m. Miss Luella Barnes entertaining Ihe CIB Club. Twin Table Club meets with Miss Frances McCollum.t Thursday Mrs. George Snlba, Jr., hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Jack Halslead entertaining Alpha BcU mmco Glut Friday Mrs. C. G. Rntman entertaining with a drop-in at the Woman Club honoring Mis. Nancy Amos or HuMcnviUe. Okla. Donze Orchestra To Play at Dance Elmo Doze's orchestra from St Louis will provide music for the Country Club dance tomorrow night at. the Club. The dance, one of the two sponsored by the club each year, wt] begin at <J p. m. The affair will be for Country Club members and their guest*. Hen of Mrs. Hall Comes up with Yule Gift art Christmas Day It wasn't anything fancy, but (he hen of Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Hail of Flat Lake did its best tor Christmas. It laid an egg with three perfect yolks in it yesterday. Mrs. Hall said it was "the largest egg I ever saw." Mr. Hall's mother, Mrs. Henrietta Hall, said it was the first time in her 80 years that she had seen three normal yolks In one egg. If our earth suddenly flew out o[ the universe, only the mooi would be noticeably affected, and it would have to accompany the eaith. Wonder when Baby catches a Croupy Col< from toughs, stuffiness ..with e/ery breoth! It's easy! Use famous Vicks Vanoliub this sjipciii! way— in steam. It brings relief n a hurry] I'ut 2 good „ ., , spoonfuls of VappHub in o vaporizer or ocm'1 of boiling water as directed in package. Then let your child hrcalhe in the medicated vapors. WORLD'S Bm-KNOWN HOME «MIDr by millions of modern mothers! Every sinRle hrcatti carries V.ipo[iiih's combination of soothing medications dcrp into cold-congested hrqe bronchia] tubes . . .brings special deep-action relief nghi where oroiipy cofrl.5 cnnse so much misery! To keep tip relief, nib Vicks Vapolfiib on throat, chest and back. It works for hours! 10 KEUEVl MISERIES OF COLDSI Bits of News Wlotlfy TURSDAY", DECEMBER W, Mr. and ' zrs. Tommy Reid and family spent the holiday weekend in West Point, Miss., as guests of Mrs. Reid's sister, Mrs, Homer Ellis and family. They went especially to attend a lair reunion honoring Mrs. Hold's nephews Lamon Ellis and Karl Thomas who will leave Jan. 18 for the Army. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Sharp and sons were Christmas day guesU of relatives in Little Rock. Spending the holiday vacation from the University of Arkansas, FayEltcville with Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Kins fs their daughter. Miss Shirley Klna. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson had as their Yule day guests Mr. and Mrs. James Bell and son of Stuttgart. Mrs. J, H. Elkins had as her holiday gue.sU her brother, Horace Lovin of Nashville. Tenn., and nephew, Charles Ingram of Memphis. Mrs. Annahcll Pill and son have their holiday visitor Mrs. Pill's brother, Woodrow Bryant of Little Rock. Among the college students spending the holiday vacation here with their parents, arc Miss Roberta Ann Ashby and Patsy I'.ayiies, both students at Draughon's Business College In Memphis. They are the guests of (heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ashby and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haynes. Sr., at Clear Lake, Miss Nancy Amos will arrive Thursday from her home In Holdenville, Okla., to be the house- cuest of C. G. Redman, Jr., and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman. Mr. Redman Ls spending the holiday season from Virginia Military Institute. Lexington with his parents. Hal R. Thomixson. a senior at the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville is spending the holidays with his mother. Mrs. J. I,. Thompson. He will return to school Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Railey motored to Puxico, Mo., yesterday to accompany Mr. Bailey's mother. Mrs Ixitta B. Bailey to Blytheville for a week's visit. Mrs. Bailey makes her home in Puxico with her daughter. Mis. I,. B. Lacorit. Miss Juanlta McMullin of Little Rock is the holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B McMullin. Mr, and Mrs. JacV. Cooper Paragould were holiday visitors Mrs. Cooper's sisters, Mrs. Nora Spradley and Mrs. Herman Walprtle Mr. and Mrs. Robert Muery and children of Haze] Park, Mich., mm Henry Mucry of Baton Rouge. La. «ere Yule guests of Mrs. Carrie Muery and Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur Bahn and family. . , Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Buris rrio'tor- cd to Memphis Christina" Eve to join id the holiday festtvlfles with their daughter. Mrs. Jack O'Kecfe. Mr. O'Keefe and daughter, Darian. They returned to Blytheville Christmas day where they were joined by another daughter, Mrs. David Barton. Mr. Barton and daughter. Kay. of Catron, Mo. Mrs. G W. Smith and family have as their houscguests during the holiday season, Lt. and Mrs. John A. Love and children of Mar- vlnton. fnd.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymnn Pasold and children of Milwaukee Wise., and Mr. and Mrs. Abram Love of Untontown. Pa. Miss Lottie Neal left yesterday for her home In Omaha. N'elj.. after having been the holiday guost of her sister. Mrs. W. W. Austin and Mr. Austin. Miss Neal Is a forme Blvtheville resident. Mrs. Carrie Muery and son. Hen- Uslen lo K.I.CH at 10:10 i.m ami t:UO p.ID itaily fnc mi! program announcements. Bo* Office Open.* at I -AS Shmv Slarts 2:00 p.m Cnnlinuous Showing Kveryrtaj Tuesday & Wednesday THEIR McwErrr JKj Rr. lie;ltd li! ill Selected Short Subjects GEM I!t)N Office Opens (i:lo Show Si arts 7 I'.M. Tuesday & Wednesday BOULEVARD « HOU1WOOIHTMY' Selected Short Subject, ry Muery of Baton Rou|«, L«.. »pent Sunday In Rlpley, Tenn.. a« guest* of Mrs. Muery's sisters, Mr«. che« Maclin and Mrs. E. M. Johnson, Mrs. M. O. Usrey had as her Christmas guest.* her daughter, Mn. Odell Sanders and Mr. Sanders of Portland, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughes have as their Christmas visitors thrlr daughter. Miss Nancy Hughes of Washington, n.C.. and son, Pfc. floss D. Hughes, who Is serving with the Air Force at San Antonio. Tex. •• Mr. and Mrs. aeorge Clark spent the holiday weekend in Paragoiild and Jonesboro visiting with relatives and friends. Owen Walker of Memphis was the holiday weekend guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Walker of Huffman and sister. Mrs Joe Wflddy and Mr. Waddy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henlev and son. David Lyn of Rlpley. Tenn., returned to their home yesterday afternoon after having been the holiday guests of Mr. Henley's mother, Mrs. Jessee Province and Mr. Province and sister, Mrs. Dan McGruder and family. Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis were holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Black and daughter. Miss Betty Black. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson. Sr., left this morning for Little Rock for several days visit with Mrs. Thompson's brother. Gene Sykes sad Mrs. Sykes and with the Rev. and Mrs. O. S. Free. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. L. H. McFadden of Kcnnett, Mo. Mrs. McFadden .was the former Miss Sara Jo Hop- Bood of Monette. She was the cousin of Mrs. C. W. Ramcy and Mrs. H. N. S'A'carengen, Sr., of BJytbe- viilc. Mrs. McFadden died in Memphis Methodist Hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ramey, Mr. and Mrs. Miles ond daughter. Sally of Superior, Wise., Mrs. Swcarengen, Emadel Swearengcn and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller will be in Monetle tomorrow for the funeral services. Mr. antl Mrs. C. C. Lee returned to their home in Dyersburg, Tenn., yesterday after having been, the holiday guests of Mrs. a. W. Dilla- himty and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren. Mrs. J. M. Olllesplc returned lo Dyersburg with them for an indefinite visit. MJ.w Polly Ann Stewart left today for Jackson, Tenn., and Memphis for several days visit with friends and relatives. Nail Bath for New Cha rm This two-in-one beauty routine, which will insure extra glamor lor holiday evemnBs, Includes > lemon bleach for discolored elbows ind an oil balh for brittle nails ciuons 'Tide of Toys' Drive Begins WASHINGTON, Dec. 26. frtV-The American Legion starts collecttn/r a "tide of toys" today, for Europe's needy children. Lost year American Legion posts wrapped up 3.000.000 playthings. Particularly wanted are sturdy toys that'll stand up under n long sea journey. c Not wanted are electrically-powered toys and war toys. By.writing l: Old Ironsides,' 1 Oliver Wendell Holmes saved the frigate Constitution from destruction. Lignite Is much newer, geologically speaking, than better grades of coal, sldent. NU-WA Laundry & Dry Cleaning Call 4474 At The Hospitals Ht)'lh«vllle HMplUI Dismissed: On-lite Prichard, Steel* Richard Dooley, Clly LJoyd Lucy, Cooler E. F. Fry, City Lerna Lucas, city Earl McGregor, City T. H. Jones, Alameda, Calif. Mrs. W. B. Lane, Dyeu Mrs. D. J. Hodge, Jr., St. LouU Jackie Templeton, steele. Walls Hocpltzl Dismissed: Mrs. Fred George and baby, ora Eugene Thrcadgild, Holland Harvey Andrews, City •Mrs. Jamej Mlzclle, city Palsy Jean Borgas. Sleel« Tommy Lee Burns, city Mrs. liarry Kellou. Hayll Mrs. Waller Carson, Luxora Mrs. Douglas Wilson, Stcel» Mrs. C. O. Eagan, City Francis Hardcsty. City Bridegroom Slips on Slip LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — "This is the start of our Joint bank, account," the bridegroom told th« teller. The clerk took one look. ''I'm afraid it's a poor start," h* S"id. "Yon sei this is the stub you keep, not the check." The blushing newlywed returned to his home and found the check in his waste basket. SICK? £ Sdmiach, l.iver and Gall Bladder upsel, Tongue coiiled, Bad breath. Had lasle. Yon hav* heartburn, jjas anr ) rli zzv spells. j;iis in your bowels, may press upon your bladder, causing backaches. Get I ing up at nights, pains in your legs, arms, you feel dizzy, nervous, irritable. 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