The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1947 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1047 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4161 Stewarts Entertain With "Open House" The Rev, and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart entertained at their home last, night with an "open house" for the daughter, Miss Dorothy Corlew to Miss Corlew Is Wed To William F. Bolin Mr. mid Mrs. O. A. Corlew today announce the marriage of their , young people of the Methodist church, students home from college and the adult workers of the Young people's ^department. In the receiving line were the Rev. Mr. Stewart, Mrs. Stewart, Miss Margaret Stewart, Miss Martha Stewart, Miss Ruth Stewart, the Rev. George Stewart and Miss Iva Snay. Miss Ruth Seny was In charge of the guest book. The living room of the home was decorated with a bouquet of giant pink mums in a blue vase and the piano held a Nativity scene, flanker! by holly and Nandlna berries. The buffet in the dining room had as a centerpiece, two patted polnlsctlUs Hanked by greenery. Miss Anne Weedman and Miss Nancy Partlow presided over the refreshment table from which refreshments of punch and assorted party foods were served to (he 40 guests who called between the 'hours of 7:30 and 9 30 p.m. Family Reunion Held At R. E. L Smith Home The R. E, L. Smith home near Steele, Mo., was the setting yesterday when members of the family gathered for a reunion and Christmas party. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Smith who attended were their sons. VIr. and Mrs. O. B. Smith and daughters, Donna Lou, Phyliss, Nonna Sue and son, Gaines Allen of here; Mr. anil Mrs. Bob Lee Smith and sons, Joe, and Mark of Blytheville; two William r. Bolin, son of Mv. and Mrs. John H. Bolln or Blytheville. The double ring ceremony was solemnized Wednesday, December 24, 8 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents. In the presence of intimate friends and relatives. The Rev. H. I. Roblson, pastor of the Methodist Church of Gosnell officiated. The bride wore a cinamon brown two piece suit of gabardine with n brown crepe blouse nnd brown accessories. She pinned at her shoulder a corsnge of white gardenias. Mrs. Holin had as her attendant her sister, Mrs. W. P. Hardesty. Her frock was of black crepe fashioned with a drape effect. W. F. Hardesty served Mr. Bolln as best man. Mrs. Bolin is a graduate of Blytheville High School and Is employee as assistant cashier for S. II. Kress and Co. Mr. Bolin attended school at Gosnell and is a veteran of two years service in the Merchant Marine. i[e Is now assistant manager of th< Singer Sewing Machine Co., here H * k Steak Supper Is Given At J.T. Stalcup Home Employes of • Charlies Electrli Shop and their families were guest Wednesday night, when Mr. am Mrs. J. T. Stalcup entertained with i steak supper at their home on E. Vine. The table, from which dinner wa served, was overlaid with a whit cloth and held as a centerpiece : holiday scene of Santa Glaus PAGE mm daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Luther snowmen garlanded with holly and Drummond and daughter, Shirlei'' green leaves, flanked by two red of Nashville. Tenn., and Mr. and' tapers burning in crystal candela- 3am Dance Is Given Al Armory By Teen-Agers The Armory was the setting ]«st ilRht when Patsy Bershearse, Ra- .nona Crafton, Mary Frances Dailies, Gay Oarrlgan, Betty Nell Holland, R. C. Allen Jr., Howard Bailey, Jack Elliott, Jim Lanca- :hlre and Mose Simon, were hosts nid hostesses with u barn daiice_ Ari»roxlniatcly 150 guests at- ended including high school stu- lents. students home from college or the holidays nnd several guests ;rom osccoln. This affair was one o( the largest pintles planned for een-agers during the holiday seas>n. The Armory r.as gay with holly tfivndtua berries and other tradl- ditional Christmas decorations Balloons in vivid shades were suspended from the ceiling to form a setting for the dancers and were later dropped to the guests as favors. Refreshments of party foods with Iced drinks were served. Chapnones tor the affair were Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Beshearse, Mr. and Mrs. liosco crafton, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L, Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrlgnn, Mrs. A. B. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen Sr., Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ijfli'icashtre and Mr. and Mrs. Moses Simon. Breakfast Is Given At The Hotel Noble Empoyes of Miss Whllsitt's Shop and the Vogue Shop were guests Wednesday morning, when Mr. ani Mrs. Russell Campbell entertained with a breakfast at HMel Noble. The table WHS decorated In keeping with the Yuletlde theme. After the break'lnst, gifts were exchanged by the guests. Bits of News Looks Like a Happy New Year Mrs. Homer A. Smith and sons, Homer Jr., and Bobby of Steele. Thomas Ashley of Holland, a close friend of the family, also was pr-sent. The home was decorated with a poinsettias and greenery to carry out the Yuletide theme. Miss Hagan Is Honored With Shower and Party Miss Nora Edwlna Hagan, bride- elect of Joseph Anthony Seibert of St. Elmo, III., was honored Tuesday night when Mrs. Dyer Garner, Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Mrs. C. c! F4Hptt entertained with a miscellaneous shower and party at the Patterson home at Armorel. The home was attractively decorated 'with poinsettias. holly and other decorations in ' keeping' with the Yuletlde and bridal motif. When contests were conducted under the direction of Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. Rex Hughes and Mrs. Taft Metzger won prizes. Each guest was presented with a nosegay of silver flowers and bells and the hostesses presented the guest of honor with a corsage. Refreshments of a sandwich plate with coffee were served. Miss Hagan wore for the occasion, a steel blue gabardine suit with brown accessories. • • • Club Is Entertained At Leon Scherer Home Mrs. Leon Scherer was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the c. B. C. club. The home aas decorated with a lighted Christmas tree and other decorations in keeping with the Yuletide theme. bra. Holly berries tied with red and green ribbons were used as place- cards. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with poinsettias, holly and greenery with a brightly lighted Christmas tree. Each guest received a gift from the host and hostess. During the evening card gami:3 were played and refreshments of cggnog and fruit cake were served. Christmas Dinner Party Given By Mrs. Langston A Christmas dinner party was given Thursday at tile Womans Club when Mrs. Cleo Langston was hostess to 30 guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glover and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradley, .^11 of Long Beach, Calif., houscgucst-s of their baby ' At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: I'rcd Powers, city. Mrs, Alice Edwards, Dell. Mrs' A. L. Allison and Steele. Joe W. Singleton, city. Herbert Martin, St. Louis, Mo. Qm'uloii Keeling, citlerville, Kan Billy Caldwcll, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: John R. shanks, city. Jerry McFadden, Haytl, Mo, Whltt Smith Jr., Steele. Mrs. Bert Henry, Steel.' Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs Joe Evrard entertaining mcm- bers of G. E. O. Club. Tuesday Mrs. Graham Sudbury hostess to mothcr, Mrs. Ann McWilliams and their auiit, Mrs. Langston. i The four visitors have been gues's fLrs ,™ef ce tlicir ar -i ci " b 8 ™^r h °'" e - The table, from which dinner ' was served, was draped with a damask cloth and held as a cen- Mr. and Mrs. A, Boone Hall hove i I heir guest. 1 ; for several dayi, Mrs. Hall's nephew, James Wilson nnd. Mrs. Wilson of Austin, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kieemiui and son, Ronnie, are siwndlng several days In Memphis wtli relatives. Mrs. D. c. McLeun is spending several days In Memphis as tllo guest ot her daughter, Mrs. Paul Jones and Mr. Jones. Mrs. H. E. Curtis of Mcrldan, Miss, will arrive Sunday to spend several weeks with her niece. Mrs. Roy Morris and Mr. Morris. Miss Vernel O'Neal has returned from Memphis, where she spent several days as guest ol Miss Joy Hurley. Mi', and Mrs. Alvin McGregor and family have ts their guest for several dnys, E. C. Plpln ol St. Petersburg, Pla. Hob Peterson, student at (he University of Arkansas, Fayctlcvillc, a spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson. Miss Ann Buchanan of Memphis, will return to her home Monday after spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. John Buchanan. Gene Dickinson Is ill with virus pneumonia at his home on Highway 61 South. Mr. Dickinson was stricken on Christinas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bader returned yesterday lo their home In C»- ruthersvllle, Mo., after a short visit here with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Alley of Sikeston, Mo., spent the Christmas holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Candle. Mr. ax\d Mrs. Forest Ptukcr and children, Nezclea and Forest Jr., of Big Creek, Miss., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Campbell and family. Mr. and Mrs, John Holman spent Thursday in Hollywood, Ark., as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Holman. Mrs. Lizzie Snyder had as her guests for Christmas, her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Watson. Mr. Watson and children, Jlinmie and Billie Ann of Osceola. Pfc. Benny Prlchard of Tampa, Fla., has arrived to spend the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Prlchard, avid his brother, Richard Prlchard and family. Miss Margaret Ycrby of Birmingham, Ala. Is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Tinker and son, Herman. She will return home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pnrtlow. of Paragould, have returned to their home after spending Chrlalmns here with their son, H. G. Partlow and family. Mrs. W. L. Smith. Mrs. G. A. Vlnson, and Mrs. James Smith, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. W. C. Lcggelt had as her gusts over the Christmas holidays. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. AUTO UPHOLSTERY SHOP At LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 307 Eait Main Str«et PhoM 519 Yes, we do Ml kinds ^ «uto upholstering, mint only tb* durable tnd pleasing materials. We make itat" coven, UUon* to fit your cushions. Also door panels, back panels and arm recto that will bring added comfort imd real charm to th« Interior of your cur, We also do headlining, sedan top- decklnt and conrtrti- ble tops. We rebuild truck scats, fit rubber mats: cut ftt «nd bind back seat cornets. We also do heavy duty custom Mwiac. Ut your Auto Upholstery troubles to our troubles. T^ Our annual Chrlidna* and holiday ipeclal: Frle* re4«eU«i •• all Mrrkn and material*. Come In for estimates, It Is a pleasure to serve you at our work will b« a pleasure to you. Thomas J. Lilly & Son For the Best in Tailored Auto Trim RECTAL DISEASES (All Typei Ki Kid ISIIH is bound to want to slick around a while after being greeted by slinpely Jinls Carter In the style pictured above. Now In Rome, making "The Sternal Melody," she's the first American actress to star In a postwar Italian-made nlm. "Open House" /$ He/d Christmas Afternoon OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 27 — The Osceola Community House was tho setting for 2SO guests Chrtslmas afternoon lor open house, when Mr. and Mrs. Seaicy Mears, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. J. Olllcsple, Mr. and Mrs. Jap White and nob Jones of Wilson were hosts and hostesses. The large table, from which refreshments were served, was overlaid wllli a cutwork cloth, ami centered with a miniature silver Christmas tree. At cnch corner of the table were clusters of holly and red berries and a miniature SiuilR Claus. At each end of the club room, were large, brilliantly lighted Christmas trees which completed the decorations. An orchestra played for the guests, who called between the hours of * and 7 o'clock. Mr*. Parks Complimented With An Informal Tea O3OEQLA, Ark., Dec. 31. — Mr,i. Milton Pope was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home with an Informal tea complimenting Mrs. Harris Parks of Union City, Tcnn., hoiuicRiicst of her sister, Mrs. Harry Driver. The refreshment table was covered with a lace cloth anil centered with R bouquet of polnsctttas. Approximately 2!i guests called between Ute houva ot 4 and 6 o'clock. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Parks of Oxford. Miss., her (sister, tomorrow after spending the Christmas holidays here with Mrs. Phelan's brother, R. A. Copeland nnd Mrs. Copeland. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ncbcl nnd son. Ciirllon, returned to their home today In at. Louis, after spendinR the Christmas holidays here with Weldon Nebcl. En route home they terpiece, an attractive arrangement of poinsettias and holly. After dinner was served, the group sang songs and later danced. Poinsettias, holly and greenery was used in the decorating of the rooms to carry out. the Christmas theme. Houscguests Honored By Mr., Mrs. Foster Club 28 will have New Year's Eve dance, 9 o'clock in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Margaret Cresswcll of Jackson, Miss, and Mr. and Mrs. Asa Eaton of Portland. Oregon, In the "rook"" games played Mrs. I "ousegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. C. S. Dowdy won high, Mrs. Alvin' Fas ter, were honored last, night Hardy won second and Mrs. Paul w hen Mr. and Mrs. Poster entcr- Byrum, rooko. Refreshments of a dessert course with coffee were served. Miss Biship Is Wed To Carl Louis Ivey Mr. and Mrs. Jack Biship today announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Bessie Watson Bis- •Ihip, to Carl Louis Ivey, son of Mr. w »nd Mrs. Luther Battles of Armorel. The wedding was solemnized Sunday alternoon November 30, at 2 p.m. in the study of the First Meth odist Church with the Rev. Allen D. Stewart pastor, officiating. The bride wore a white wool ctrc.ss with brown assessories. Miss Betty Snider,' sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. She wore a grey wool dress with grey accessories. Eugene Kcmper served Mr. Ivey as best man. Mrs. Ivey was graduated from the Blytheville High School and Is now employed by the Eagle Beauty School here. Mr. Ivey attended Armorel High School and is now emplocd by the Lee Wilson Gin Co., at Armorel. They are making their home In Blytheville. Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. p Saturday and Sunday Hopalong Rictas Aaain nil.i William Boyd Serial: "Sea Hound" No. H and Cartoon Cont'd Shows Sat; l!:3t to 11:30 Cent. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:00 Admission Adnlls 25c, Ta* tncl. taincd with "open house" at their Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce. Board of Directors meeting — 7;30 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club— 12: lo p.m. Legion— 8:00 p.m. Wedncs [lay Kiwnnis Club — 12:10 p.m. Thursday New Year's Day. Singers Meet Sunday The Pemiscot County Singing Convention wilt hold its monthly lwm7oirwest"Ma'in''Approximately i si "£ in B at the Assembly of God w ' ' Church In Hayti, Mo., Sunday December 28, It was announced today by R. E. L. Smith, president. Special guests will bs the Me Daniel Bros, quartette, of K.B.Q.K. turned to their home yesterday. | Q inr ^ Ui ^ Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Schmuck ' Mclvln Brown Clarence Cliambcrlin spent ycstcr- < f am i| v ' T ' '' p]n p re as ,y and way Ark are AC ' tlCe "°' Arlt " arrived to spend thc ioim " Mrs ' ' Hclcn wlls °'' Loafing Licenses Raise Money tor Plata ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (UP> — Officials ot the Albiitiucrnue Historical Society got good results In their drive for money to restore the old town plaza. They appealed to the weaker sld< of mini, offering loafing privileges In the plny.a for donations. The scale ran: For J8,55, one square foot of loafing space; for »10, plain and fancy loafing anywhere; for in.10, loafing privileges with frills; for $25, your child's footprint In concrete, and for $50 a foot, your own footprints. Not Native Sum CONCORD, N. H. (UP)—Neither New Hampshire's Kovcrnor nor Its two U. S, Senators are natives of Uih stale. Oov. Charles M. Dale came here from Brown's Valley, Minn., while Sen. Styles Bridges was borp In West Pembroke, Me., ami Sen. Charles W. Tobey Is a native of Boston. Bu " KUIs Dairyman Owen are spending today in Mem- P Mr. and Mr, W. C. Phelan of ! Memphis, will return to their home I a , 5o visltcd w|th „. , arc "°' *' **"* —A. L. Contcs, 63-year old dairyman, was killed yesterday when he was gored by a bull. The bull struck Contcs from behind and tossed him 15 feet Into the air, witnesses said. H ALF PRICE 60 guests called between the hours of 8 and lo o'clock. The dining table, centered with a huge red candle burning In a crystal holder and garlanded with holly, was draped with a lace cloth. Refreshments of eggnog and hors d'ouevres were served. ] Decorations of greenery and holly were attractively arranger! in the entertaining rooms lo carry out the holiday theme. . A i,e\v electric foot'.varmer for beds is designed to maintain a warmth of 105 degrees throughout ! the night. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Ki.CN 8:00 a.m. I'irjs p.m. 4:30 p.m. llic Rnvy Saturday Crimson Key Kent Taylor and Dam Dowling Serial: "The Visihnte" Nn. 14 and Short Cent. Shows Sit. II a.m.-ll:30 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday N'o passes honored on Sunday at Ro.vy Theatre Saturday Bad Man From Red Butte Johnny Mack Brown Serial: "G Men" No, 5 and Short Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30-1J:30 Sunday and Monday Troub!e With Women with Ray Mllland and Teresa Wright Paramount Nrus ind Shnrt Conl. 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