The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 16, 1940
Page 2
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PAGE TWO SLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Ltttgt Parent Teacher association meeting 3:00 o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Misfc^Sara Jo Little entertaining DqfuWe . Q Brittge club, '.Tuesday- Contract cltib meeting with Mrs. V..G. Holland, having Doyle Henderson Tuesday club. Mrs, Fred Rutherford entertaining". City Contract club. Miss Virginia Nuhn having Friday Contract club. • Baptist Adult Union, First Baptist church, having social, 7:00 o'clock, at church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Russell Farr entertaining Delta Contract club. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting 8:00 o'clock with Mrs. I. Miller. Mrs. William Young having ADC Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with-Mrs. C. C. Lfingglon for luncfieon. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ralph Berryman entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Cee-Que Bridge club meeting with.Miss Mary Eunice Layson. Mrs. Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs; Edgar Bonmi entertaining Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bridge club meeting with' Mrs/ John Foster. . FRIDAY'S , EVENTS Woman's club having Christmas parts', 2 V ;30 o'clock, at club house. which followed dinner. The guest' sage was of pink rosebuds and gar- of honor was presented linen. Mrs. James Hunt, of Manila, was the only out of to\vn guest. • * * Miss Williams To Be Bride Of 0. T. Hunt Mi\ and Mrs. Wnlly Colcman Williams, of Fordyce, announce the engagement of their daughter, Virginia Elizabeth, to Owen Thomas Hunt, of Little Rock, son of the Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Hunt of Lincoln, Ark. , Miss Williams was graduated from Fordyce high school and State Teachers college at Comvay.- For, the past two years, she has in Parties For Miss Sark Jo Little Pre-nuptial parties complimenting ^Mlss Sara Jo Little began Saturday night when Miss Margaret Shaver entertained with a dinner party at her home. Miss Little, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J "'Tom A. Little, is to become the 'bride of Kavanaugh Francis early, in the new year. She will ,be guest of honor at numerous other affaire prior to Her 'wedding. On! Wednesday night, Mrs. J. Fafrfc McCalla and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom_F. Martin, will "entertain 20 guests with a bridge party at the McCalla home. Memberfe of the bridal party denias. She carried a prayer book. her sister as maid - of honor. Her dress was a gold cloth model designed with elbow length sleeves, full skirt and Jeweled buttons iro. neck to waiscnne. Her hat and To Have Luncheon Mrs, Wilbur Oenning at Walls hospital this morning. The baby, who weighed five pounds, has not yet .-tii-ii named. Mis. Oenning was before her marriage, kiss Helen nOOd. • been an instructor in iinior high school. Mr. Hunt is well known here, laving visited his brothers, Frank nd George M. Hunt, here often. L graduate of Henclrix college at tomvay, he is with Josent's Jewelry Company. Burnette IK Ww« "o Clint CaldUveil Jr. Miss .Marilyn Burnette, daughter >f Airs. L. M. Burnette, was marled to Clint Caldwell Jr., of Jonesboro and 'bsceoia, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Clint Caldwell Sr., of bsceoia, in a service solemnized, here Sunday. The First Methodist church was he setting for the simple wedding \vhich the Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor, read nt four o'clock. Floor baskets of pink gladioli, ferns and ivy formed tile background for the bridal party which oiher accessories were in black. She. had a bouquet' of talisman roses. Mrs. John D. Burnette and Miss Catherine Tatum of Kenneit, Mo., cousin of the bride, lighted the tapers. Mrs. Burnette wore a blacK crepe model with black accessories accented by a corsnge of American beauty roses. Miss Tatum wore a dress of aqua crept nnd her corsage was of pink rosebuds. She had brown accessories. Alfred N. Williams was 'Mr: Caidwell's best man. Lloyd Bio- meyer and Bifile Tatum of Kennett, cousin of the bride, were ushers. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell left for a brief honeymoon, after which they will be at home at Jonesboro where Mr. Caldwell is • employed by the Arco Motor Company of Jonesboro. Out of town guests here for the wedding were: Mr. Cnldwell Sr, and daughters, Miss Nancy and Miss 'Sujsuine Caldwell, and son. Robert Lynn Caldwell, all of Osceola. nnd Mrs. ft. M. Tatum of Kennett, Mo., aunt of the bride. Will Have Christmas Party at Hotel Noble. The Winter social season continues this week with another of At Noble Tuesday Members of' the Duo-Quad Bridge club and a group of eight other women who play bridge together on Wednesday will have a undge luncheon nt tne Hotel Neble mesday. The Christmas parly will .begin at one o'clock. i P 4 » Union to Have Social The Baptist Adult Union of the First, Baptist church will have its monthly social Tuesday night at /:00 o'clock at the church. The social will be in the form of a Christmas parly. » * > Chiss to Meet Members of the Beta Chi Sunday school class of First Pfesby- te'rian Church will meet tonignt Ut the home of Mrs. Jess Horner at 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. b. P. Barber will be co-hostess. Bits of News Mostly Personal* John Deen was removed to his home today after having undergone a tonsilectomy nt Walls Hospital Sunday. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughter, Miss Virginia Little, spent Saturday HI Memphis. / Mrs. Fred Hanna, who has been in Memphis for two months with Mr. Hanna, returned home Friday. Mr. Hanna is in Campbell's Clinic bebause of injuries received in an automobile accident. Although Mr. Hanna has been removed from a cast, he is still unable to sit up but expects t* be home by Christ- Best underwent an mas, .Mitchell emergency operation lor appendicitis at Walls Hospital .Sunday morning. He is resting very well today. _ Mrs. L. H. Moore, Miss Mildred Moore, Miss Mary Helen Moore Mrs. j. Fan-!.-; McCalla and Jack McCuistoii spent Saturday in Memphis. Dr. Sanford E. Johnson left Friday for Omaha, Neb., where he will visit his mother over the Christmas holidays. He plans to be away three weeks. Mrs. E. B. Woodson was removed from Walls Hospital to her home today following an operation for appendicitis performed recently. Mrs. Emma Nolen was removed to her home today from •Elytheville Hospital where she underwent a minor operation Saturday Her daughter, Mrs. Hamilton Talbott, who came from St. Louis, to be with her, will remain until the latter part of the week, Mrs. George Ropp and son George Jr., of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Ropp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakes. She came Friday to spend two weeks. Mrs. L. M. Burnette is resting very well at her hoine following an accident Tuesday night. when she fell down the .stairs at the Masonic Hall. She will be confined to bed for a number of weeks. S. P. Lee Jr., who has been living in Greenwood, Miss., has come here to reside. He is to be connected with the Arkansas Grocer Company. Mrs. Lee and daughter who are visiting her parents ii' Jonesboro, will join him here later William Fauglit, who is doing graduate work at the Universitj of Virginia at Charlottesville ha arrived here to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents ^ r • - -...j fjfliiilJUi I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Faught. Hi- mother met him in Memphis. Sunday his brother, Bethany Faught, and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Clark, of Little Rock, and Mr.' and Mrs. C. A. Hines, of Memphis, came to be •vith him and Mr. and Mrs. Faught. Mrs. Hinds Is a niece of Mrs. Faught. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Pickren went to Little Rock Saturday to ;isit until Tuesday when they' will attend the Plant T<r Prosper ban- iuet in Memphis, prom Memphis, '•hey will go to Lewisville, Ark., to be the guests of Mrs. Pickren's jarents over the holidays. 5oy Scouts to Call For Toys Tuesday Boy Scouts will begin Tuesday '. house-to-house canvass, for old '•ys to be distributed, after reno- -tfnn. bv agencies which have JVIQNDAY, "DECEMBER 16, 1940 combined to provide "toys for ev-1 ery child 'in Blythevlllfe this Christ- Clogged NOSE SPOIL SLEEP? Put 3-purpose Va-tro-nol up each nostril ; . . U) It shrinks swollen membranes; (2) Boothes irritation; (3) Helps flush nasal passages, clearing mucus, relieving transient congestion. VICKS VA-TRO NOL mas. Residents are requested by Scout eaders to have old or discarded cys ready for the Scouts when they call. The ivy - leaved duckweed weaves itself into a latticework pattern. REDUCE AT SPECIAL HOLIDAY SAVINGS NOW Complete Visits for 10 $1400 Call 106 For Appointment RUTH LAWHON Margaret's Beauty Shop Ingram Bid? OPEN EVENINGS tapers ta A program of nuptial music \yas presented by Miss Betty Jean Hill, vocalist, and Earl B. Snyder Jr., organist. Miss Hill sang "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life" and "I Love You Truly". Mr. Snyder used the "Bridal Chorus" from Wanger's "Lohengrin" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" before and after the ceremony. "Ave Maria" was played during the exchange of vows. and jtheir escorts will go to Memphis ^Thursday night for a dinner "dance at the Hotel Peabody to be given v by Hamilton E, Little, 61 Memphis, uncle of the, bride-elect. Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Miss Mildred Moore will be hostesses to -28 guests for bridge Friday nigh£ at the Usrey home. A .;small group will be entertained for bridge Friday night Bee.--27, by Mrs. R. A. Nelson nnd Mis3 v AUyce Nelson, of Little Rock at the Nelson hbme here. Twelve guests will have luncheon^ at Falrfields, country home of Mrs. A. G. Little, on Saturday Dec. 28. Mrs. Charles G. Morehead and Miss Nancy Kirshner will entertain^ on Friday night, Jan. 3. at the,,jEQrshner home. A,"-dinner party for members of thes;;bridal, party an'd their escorts will^be given Sunday night. Jan. 5, by Mr. and Mrs. James Hunt at their hbme in Manila. The rehearsal party will be given at the Hotel Noble by the sisters of the bride-elect. Miss Frances Little and Miss Virginia Little. Bother parties for which plans have nol yet teen completed are to be given by Miss Martha Ann Lynch, Miss Patty ShW, Mrs. Byrcn Morse and the local members- of Delta Delta Delta sorority.-^' Twelve guesls were entertained wjlfr dinner fi nd bridge at the Shakerhome. The red 'and green of Christmas combined with the bridal white to form the color motif of the party. A' three-course dinner was served at small tables. A miniature tride flanked by while taper? In crystal holders formed the centerpiece of the brides table. Handmade placecards and tallies were j ornamented with silver bells as were the scorepad?. - The- mantel was banket) with holly.- and other arrangements of greehery an'd red berries" were used throughout the house. A lighted Christmas tree was the center of j the dining room table. | Mrs. Toby Long received hbh scorfe prize and Mr*. Albert k. Taylor, second high in the gamesl bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, John D. •Burnette, wore an afternoon model in American Beauty Crepe in blush pink, designed with a draped effect at the neck and hip and ornamented with sweetheart pockets. Her matching hat was of the bonnet type with shoulder length veil an'd a border of brown grosgaih which matched her other accessories. Her .only ornament was a locket set ;\vith pearls and her cbr- society's. large parties to be given at the Hotel Noble at one o'clock. . Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. Harry W Hhiries will be hostess for the Christmas bridge luncheon. * v * • Son Horn. A sen was born to Mr. and Mrs. Blnh L. Stiles, of this city, at the Biorisofi hospital in Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec. 9. The baby, who weighed six pounds and seven ounces. h«s been homed Robert Lee. ' 1; , ' - • • . Mr. arid Mrs. Stiles-have' been In Kalamazoo since June 8 when Mrs. Stiles' sister, Mrs! Porter Jordan; was seriously injured in an automobile accident in which her husband was killed. : They expect to return home after the first of the year-. •VThetr home is "at 415 North Sixth street. .' ; - : ' *•..*•»••• Daughter Born. A daughter was born to Mr, and Miss Lick Mae Hosier Weds Mr. Frank Morgan CARUTHERSViLLE, Mo, Dec.' H.—Tlie marriage of Miss, Lida Mae Hosier of this city and Frank Morgan, III, O f Hayti, and Chaffee Mo., was solemnized Friday night ftt 8:30 at Sieele, the single ring Ceretriony being performed by the Rev. J. W. Cunningham, pastor of the Steele Baptist Church, in the parsonage. The young couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis of C a ru theirs ville. ,Th e bride wore a blue crepe with black accessories, and Mrs. Da>is' dress .was navy blue crepe with black .accessories'. - .•:-'-• Mrs. t Morgan is. the youngest daughter of Slier fit. aha Mrs. .John , Hosier 'of- Carutjiersville. 'She Attended the; local, schools, gradual me in i936,~-ahd^has J 'since tieetf' employed as saleslady with ' local firms h ere and . aj§6., at Ha ytl. The bridegroom;iis;'the'"-'sorpYtJf Frank Morgan,: Jr;;-' bf/ ; HaytL ^He attended the'.•Chaffee schools, : gr'ad- ; uabing in 1935, and "is ernployed' W the Frisco Railroad Company at Chaffee, where they will make : their home, 'k vMost of the, American, importa'r tibns of vanadium come >; from.'Perii _ ° 1>EN NI GHTS "TIL 9 P.M. STARTING WEDNESDAY' Specials for Christmas Furniture — Glass - . A LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP 'H>W. 61, 2 Miles "South 48J-W. 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