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22, 1947 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I PAGE Phone 4161 Nail. Favors of Miss Fisher Marries . Dr. Fenton L. Husband 'Miss Anne Allen Fisher,'daughter of Mrs. Ed Arthur Fisher and the lit*. Mr, Fisher, became the bride of Dr. Penton , U Hiuband • in a candlelight ceremony yesterday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock at First Methodist Church. The Rev. Allen D. Bttwart officiated at the single ring ceremony. , White floor baskets of white jlidioli with a background of fern trees -and palms flanked by cathedral candlM burning In branched candelabra formed th» setting for the ceremony. The bridal aisle was marked with aisle candles, tied with aprayi ot plumosus fern and white satin ribbons. Candles we're lighted by Miss Virginia Nunn and Mis* Ruby Hughey both of Washington, D. C. MUs Nunn wore a black crepe dress and Miss Hughey an aqua crepe dress with bandeaux of white carnations and white Roman hyacinths In their hair. A program ot pre-nuntlal - musl was presented by L. T. Moore Jr,, whose selections include •'Andantlno In t> Flat", Lemare i "Berceuse", Schytte; "Melody 1 ; Massenet, and the traditional wed < ding marches. ! Mrs. John Q- Elliott, vlolinisi 3 played "Ave M»ria" by Schubcr Her frock of gold crepe dress wa complemented with a waist corar-Xl of blue Iris and gold leaves. Miss Jane McAdams, vocalist, tang "Because", D'Harlot, and "At Dawning", Cadnian. She wore » green wool crepe dress with a cor- ' sage of white camellias and Roman hyacinths. Mri. Wade Quinn of Osceola, sister ot the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a pussy willow grey crepe dress fashioned with cowl neckline, tight-fitting sleeves and a . long torso blouse with a bow forming a bustle at Ihe back. Her hat was of matching grey felt (rimmed with grey plumes and she carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and blue iris, tied with pink satin ribbon. The bride, given in marriage by her brother-in-law, James B. Johneon of Memphis, wore an original frock of Ice' blue crepe with imported crystal clear sequin trim, fashioned with a side drape skirt and a, sweetheart ncck)lne, with leg-o-rhutton sleeves. Her blue fea- thnr hat had a shoulder length veil of grey and she carried ft- white prayer book topped wilh two imperial white orchids and showered with Roman hyacinth florettcs. Wade Quinn of Osceola, served Dr. Husbani'as'best man' and ush- pie wll en were Dr, F. E. Utley and Dr. J. home. E. Beasley. *:-•',''*'• '•" •Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the (octal rooms of the church, which were decorated with baskets of white gladiolas and red polnsettias. The three tiered wedding cake, garlanded by paper white narcissus arul Adintum fern, centered the refreshment table, which was draped Kith a Maderla cut work cloth. Mrs. Quinn presided at the table and was assisted by Miss Nunn, MUs Hughey, Miss Frances Bowen, and Mrs. James B. Johnson of Mem- Phis, sister of the bride. Miss Bowcn and Mrs. Johnson both chose aqua crepe dresses with pink Flnnochlo roses and daisies in their hair. Mrs. Fisher, mother of the bride, wore -i green crepe dress with an orchlc 1 corsage. Following the reception Ihe couple left lor a wedding trip of severs Weeks, when they will visit point." of Interest In I«oulslana, Texas and Old Mexico. Mrs. Hubsand wore for travelin a black wool gaberdine suit witl grey accessories. She pinned a cor Mge of orchids at her shoulder. Christmas Party Given For T. P. Wright'III Sixteen young friends of T. Wright III, were guests yesterda afternoon when his mother, Mr Oscar Fendler, entertained with Christmas party In his honor. A brightly lighted Christmas tr •nd other festjve decorations ca ried out,the Yuletide theme throng out the home. Mrs. Farmer England tokl Christmas story to the young gue, and Nancy NIcol won a prize wh games were played. Gifts were e changed by the guests. Relreshments of Individual cak with a Santa Claus inscribed on the front were served with Iced drinks. Mrs. Fendler was assisted In aerrtng by Mrs. W. F. McDanlel »M Mrs. England. S. S. Patties Are Given At First Baptist Church Memebrs of the Beginners Class f FIrtt Baptist Sunday School were uests of their teachers Friday after- con at a Christmas party held In he Beginners Department. During the prograui Unda J»g- ers sang "Away In A Munger," nd Jo Jo Bogan sang, "I Washed My Hands This Morning." A plftio solo was given by Becky utley und Irs, Victor Mallory gave the, rearing, "The Night Before Christmas.' The entire group sang Christmas arols, accompanied by Mrs. Byron . stockings filled with audits wer» presented the child- en. The affair was planned st a party given Wednesday night by Mrs Victor Mallory, who entertained teachers of the department »t her home on North Highway 61. Refreshments of fruit cake unc coffee were served from a tub] overlaid with a laco cloth and cell tered with an attractive arange inent of Nandina berries nnd green pry, flanked by white taiwrs burn Ing In crystal candelabra. Other en terlalnlns rooms of the homo wei decorated In traditional holiday hn and gifts exchanged from the Christ mas tree. • • • Marcclle Humphrey Weds In Mississippi ;otillion Club Feted With Anniversary Dance Mr, and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr nd Mrs Thad Nlchol and Mr nd Mrs'. Ben Henderson were ,osls and hostesses Saturday night when the cotillion Club observed ts 10th anniversary with a Chrlsl- nas dance at the Legion Hut. The Hut wa» very attractively decorated with streamers, couquclte serpentine and other decorations 'o carry out the Yuletide theme. The mantle of the fireplace was decorated with red tapers burning In crystal candelabra banked with liolly, and the fireplace was decorated to resemble » patkiiRc with the wording "Merry Christmas' written across the front. The refreshment table was covered with a red and green, crepe cloth and centered with 10 red candles banked with greenery to represent the anniversary. Tin Blythevllle Rhythm Kings furnished mu*c for the nance, which approximately 175 members and gucsU attended.^ Christmas Party Given At L. G. Thompson Home Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson entertained at their home Saturday night, with an Informal Christmas parly for 24 of thelv friends, including Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Wise ot Tuscalosn, Ala. The home was decorated with Bits of News Mostly PesUAHQ.1 Mr. and Mrs. Dallon C. Kowlston and children left'today for Ml. Veinon, N. Y., where they will visit with Mr. f'owlston's parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Edgar Fowlslon. -They then will go to Gcrrish, N; H., where they will visit with Mrs. Fowlslon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Watson They will return home January 5. Mrs. Nell Hciisler. of Bloomington, III., will artlve tomorrow to spend Ihe Christinas holidays he with Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd V. Wise. Mrs. M. J. Collj and son. Philip of East Chicago, III., will arriv tomorrow to spend the holiday here with Mrs. Colb's sister, Mrs. They will arrive tomorrow. Miss Allyce Nelson, of rex., nirived today to.spend the Christmas holidays here with her brother, R. A. Nelson and family. Mrs. W. M. McNeil! left Saturday for Jackson, Miss,, where she will visit with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Dyer nnd other relatives over ihe Christmas holidays, She will also visit relatives In Rulcvillc. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Matthews and I Stewart. Dallas, Mrs. Martha Baker. Graves left xl«y for Aberdeen, Miss., where ie will visit with her mother, r,jrs. W. Baker. Mrs. E. W. snecd and daughter, Ales Mary Van Sneed. have gone o Orange, Tex., where tliey will >end the Christmas holidays with iclr daughter »nd sister, Mrs. 'oin Perry and Mr. Perry. Dr. and Mrs.' J-A. Sallba have daughter, ML« Laura Swain, wl!l leave Thursday for Kalllc&burg, MLS.S., where they will visit with Mrs. Matthew's parents, Mr. and Mis. W. D. Evans. Several people from BlythevlUc attended the Arkansas - Missouri Power Company party given Sit- urdsy night in Walnut Ridge. Thej Included Mr. nnd Mrs. James HIP Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. 13. Thomas, Mr .ind Mrs. James Ncbhut, Mr. am Mrs. Jack Wngnon and Earl' Oliver Lieut, and Mrs. R.S. nagcr am children. nickle and Lura Lee, o Fayctlevlllc, N.C., arrived Sunda; Fred H. Child: Dr. Child and fain- t,, spend the holidays here will Mr. and Mrs. Norvllle James Humphrey today announce the marriage af their daughter, Miss Mar- cellc Humphrey to Dene Webb, son Of Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Webb of Steele, Mo. The double ring ceremony was solemnized Friday night, December 19, at Heriiando, Miss., with the Rev. J. C. Wnsson officiating in the presence of relatives of the young couple. ' The bride wore a beige dress with dark brown accessories nnd pinned a corsagf of red roses nt her should- r. ' Mrs. Jerry Scrape, who served as matron of honor, wore a blue dress with brown accesaoriea and a corsage of gardenias. Mr. Scrape served Mr. Webb as best man. Mrs. Webb was graduated from Blythcville High School where she participated In the school activities, and Is now employed at Hotel Noble. Mr. Webb attended Holland High School and Is now 'employed by A. H. Webb, at Holland. After n brief wedding trip, the couple will return here to make their mistletoe, holly and polnsettias and the brightly lighted Christmas tree was the center attraction when gifts were exchanged by the guests. Refreshments of canapes and iced drinks were served. * • * Two Sorority Chapters Entertain for Children Miss Ernestine French ami Miss Mildred Monitor, students at Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, arrived Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays here with their parents. Rev. und Mrs. W. F. Coolcy and children, David »nd Carol of Rus- scllvllle arrived today to spend tho holidays with their pnvcHts, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon and Mr. anil Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. E. li. Thomas have as ihelr guest for the holidays her son, Donald Hickman, who is :i student at the University of Missouri, Columbia. " . Mr. and Mrs. Loren L. Hongland and df.ughtcr, Karen Jo, of Louisville. Ky., will arrive Tuesday 10 spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. John Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pcrmcnter j of Liixora. arc the parent* of a son born Thursday morning at the Walls Hospital. Their first child, the baby has not yet been named. Mrs. Perincntci- is tli« former Miss Sara WarrlnBton of here. Miss Laura Swain, who is a student at Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., arrived yesterday to spend the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and MrsT L. R. Mai- The Alpha Alpha Chapter and pa the Alpha Beta Chapter of. the thews. Beta Sigma Phi, Sorority were host- Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Goulc anil ess Friday afternoon with a parly I daughter, Connie of Winamac, Ind., for 114 Negro children at the Amer- returned lo their home Saturday, ican Legion Hut. after spending several days here ThB Hut was gay with n lighted with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. G. Thompson Christmas trco nnd other Yuletide jr. decorations for the affair, which Mr. unrt Mrs. U. H. Holt will WKS made possible by the cooperation have as their guests over the hol- of the two clubs, several Individuals Idays. Mrs. Holt's mother. Mrs. W. and a number of businesses here. C. Mooic. her brother, William C. Refreshments wore served during I Moore and her sister, Mrs. Robert ij. the afternoon nnd the children were Bllbrcy, Mr. Bllbrcy and daughter. presented with gifts. , . Rose Leigh, all of Cookovillc, Teivn. Mrs/Roger's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Ben T. Mays. Condition or L.n, Sullivan, svh wns stricken with paralysis Frida night at his home. Is today. Mr. and Mrs. Edinond R. Belot nnd daughter, Rene' Jane', wl leave tomorrow for Faycttcvllk N.C.. where they will spend th Christmas holiday.'; with Mrs, Be lote's purcnts, Mv. nnd Mrs. Jnnes. They will bo accompanie home by their other two children. Eddie nnd Knthy, who have, been visiting wilh thcr grandparents for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Price Sr.. nnd son. C.E. Jr.. of Memphis, who | formerly mncte their home hero. I spent the weekend here visiting \ with friends. Mrs. C.U Moore nnd her sister. Miss Fan Nicol. spent yesterday here visiting relatives. I Vivian Patterson; daughter of Mr. and Mrs:' S.S. Patterson, left Saturday for Jiickson Miss., where she will spend several days with Iricuds. Her mother accompanied her to Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Firman Bymnn left today to spend the holldtys with relatives In Russcllvllle and Dardcnetlc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Mister and .son, Johnnie, left Saturday for pocomoke City. Md., to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. Mister's mother Mrs. Edwin Ellis and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W.C. Shearin and daughter. Kny, returned Friday from Fort Smith, where they visited with Mr. ShearSn's father. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Miss Mildred Chambers, ami Miss Ethel White of Luxora, both students sit Hnrd- s their guest for the holidays, their on. Joe Saliba, student at Loulsl- na State University, Baton Rouge La., and their daughter, Mrs George Favatl, S/Sergt. Favatl and daughter, Ruth Jane, of El Paso Texas. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stew u't have ns their guests for the holt X their daughters, Miss Martha Stewart, who is a senior at Hen drix College, Conway, Miss Rutl Stewart, who teaches at Henderson College. Arkadelphia and Hfsa Mar garet Stewart who Is a teacher I the Little Rock Senior High Schoo and their son, the Rev. Georg Stewnrt of Perryvllle. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. McFall an Charles F. Chism, all of Memphl have arrived to spend several das ^•ilh Mrs. J. E. McBall.* Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch will leal tomorrow for Hazelhurst, Miss where they will visit wilh his sister They will return home Friday. Read Courier News Want Ads Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday John Kd Hcgcnold will ijlve a for- ual dance at the Mirror Room of he Hotel Noble for a large number f friends. Emadcl Swcarengen, Kay Smith nd Sandra Long entertaining with n dance at the Woman's Club. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Little cntcr- .alnlng at thir homo "Fail-fields." Mrs. Lemlcnnte Fowler cntcr- .aining members of the C. B. C. Patsy .Beshearse, Ramonn Grafton, Mary Frances Galnes, Gay Gar- riean, Betty Nell Holland, R. C. Allen, Jr., Howard Bailey, Jack Elliott, Jim Lancashire and Mose Simor will entertain with a burn dance at the Armory. Saturday Vivian Taylor and Maureen Nor- rls will be hostesses with a forma dance at the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble. Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1 p.m. •TUESDAY Lions Club, 12:15 p.m. American 1/sslon, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Kuranls Club, 12:10 p.m. Chiang in Christmas Message tor Chinese NANKING, Dec. 22. (UP)—Oeu- craliisimo Chiang Kai-shek said to. ill a Christmas radio message despite China's present plight lie nation would "win through to victory in the find." He fald China had experienced in the last few years "misrepresentation, cruel slander In the blackest form, and distortion ot our faults." Christian faith In human nature is the hope for mankind, he iiaid. Robbing Jail Frowned Upon COLUMBUS, Ind. (UP)—A weekend "guest" was tossed right back into his cell at the city Jail when he tried to make off with 16 of the Jan's teaspoons. \ You Name It, He Slnjs It BOSTON <UP) — Herb Lewl», night dub entertainer, defies hLs audience to name a song he can't sing. He has memorized some 8,000 old songs. Soap will last lou&cr i( the wrapper is removed and the soap allowed to dry and harden before being.iised. ing College, Senrcy, who will be the holidays. and THE FINEST CHRISTMAS GIFT Russell Stover Candies ate nude „{ the finest ingredients, •cientHuaUy blende* » nm .1,e the most delicious candies. Appreciated by ... make the most delic! and appropriate for ... everyone. WOOD'S DRUG STORE mn Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN\ 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. (he Roxr I«ist Time Today The Two Mrs. Carrolls with Humphrey Bogari and Barbara Stanwyck Paramount News and Short Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Wade Entertains With Pot-Luck Dinner Miss Carolyn Wnde was hostess lursday night at her home to embers of her Sunday School ass of the First Baptist Church th a Christmas party and pot- uck dinner. Eighteen.-members and two vl.s.1- rs. Miss Jimmle Frances demons and Miss Mary Morgan were esent. Miss Pearl Lee is teacher the class. The dinner was served from the niug room table which was cen- red with a large red candle bnnk- d with greenery and flanked by mall red tapers In crystal holders. Games were played miring the vening and gifts were exchanged y the guests. The hostess was as- sted In serving by her mother, Irs. W. E. Wade. At The Hospitals niythcvllle HosplUl Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. Eddlngton nnd baby, ity. Mrs. Flo Davln- and baby, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. W. J. Johnson, Manila. Mrs. J. R. Comer. Lake City. Mrs. Irvin Alexander, Dell. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, city. Mrs. Benjamin Irvin, Pascoln, Mo. Barney Llndscy. Ltpnnto. Bob Malonc, city. Bobby Jean Price, city. Gus HHgnvi. Heimondalc, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: C. D. Long. Route 2, city. Clifton Wjxon, Burdetle. After they had finished caroling they,went to the home'of-Mr. and Mrs J. Mell Brooks Jr., where they were served refreshments of sandwiches, pop corn balls, and hot chocolate. ' • • • • i i • » • • Ark-Mo Party Is Held For Employes'Children Children ol the employes of the Arkansas Missouri Power Company of thL'i district, were entertained with a Christmas party Saturday night at the Woman's club. Children from Monettc. Lcachvllle and Blythevllle attended, together with 60 adults. Mrs. Glenn Ladd served as mls- tress of ceremonies and led the [Children in singing Christina* carols, and Miss Betty Coleman gave several accordion selections during the evening. Toys and other gifts were presented. Refreshments of cake and Ice cream were served. The committee In charge of planning the affair consisted of Mrs, Victor Ivy, Mrs. Bculah Britt Uoyd and Mrs. Qulncy Alexander, assisted by J. V. Dates, district manager ol the company. The club house was decorated with a gaily lighted Christmas.tre» and other decorations in keeping \\Uh_thc Yuotidc season. Young People Present Pageant At Church "The striking of America's Hour." was the title of the pageant given last night at First Bsvptlst Church in which 50 young people of the Baptist Church and other churches participated. A quartet composed of Miss HEART-THRILLS AHEYOURSf Phone 507 Powder Purveyor t* • boon to lal* ucht without a .Exhibited -at the Itfe of.Vending Ma»• .Chicago, It dispenses toothbrush, together toou>p*wder, for Ocilla Witt is shown s !t out. . . . what if ive ARE usin' Sporting Kqtilp mcnt from HUBHARD HARDWARE ... tell him (o RUN!" » /I ^jL / ^^ DRASTICALLY REDUCED! at Jim Brown's F THE PRICE ON EVERY TOY IN STOCK HAS BEEN SLASHED FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE OUR COMPLETE STOCK MUST BE SOLD Als* Short Subject* Continuous Showing Every Day NONE WILL BE CARRIED OVER Take Advantage ot This Opportunity MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Box Office Opens Si38 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts Iil5 Continuous Shows Sal. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunda; it Rosy Theatre Last Time Today with Hay Millaiid nnd Olivia de IlavilanA Well Groomecl Bride Fox News and Selected Short Tuesday Also Short Subjects Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blythevillc, Ark. « Saturday and Sunday Hopalong Rides Again with William Bojd Conl'rl Shows Sat. 11:30 lo H:3» Cunt.' Showins Sunday 1;30-11:M Admhslon Adults 25c. Tax Incl.

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