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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shclton, Society Editor Mr. McKenzie Weds In Alabama Nuptials MLss Kathryn Glenn Thompson, daughter ol Mr. and Mi-s. Jasper Fdlz McThompson of Atlanta, Ga., and James Wiley McKcnzie son of Mr. and Mrs. Will I am Morrell McKenzie of BlylheviHc mid Birmhig- liam, Ala. \veie uiarrk'd Dec,. 3 in the Sacred Heart Church in Atlanta, The Rev. W. B. Lm-kett read the nuptial service. Miss Ssira Mor^.ui ot Savannah, Ga., .served n.s niKid of honor with : Miss Evelyn Rhodes Garrison of Birmingham .serving her c:ousm us junior brUk-suiiiUE. They were gowned In identical frocks which ranued in shades of eha21 reuse to rieep green taffeta. They rained arm bouquets of rose.s. Given in marriuge by her father, Mr. Thou i P.SOII, the "uri t] e wore a traditional bridal gown of white salin which featured an elaborately embroidered pearl collar. Her veil of misty illusion fell from a cap of Point de Venice luce which was brought to the bride by a friend from Venice. She carried a while satin prayer book, which \vu3 caught with a cluster of while- orchids. WUliain H. MeKenzJe of Birmingham served his brother as best man with another brother, Sam Phillips McKenzie ami Fritz Thompson Jr., brother of the bride, Robert Gur- j 1 rlson, ntid William Thompson act-] ing as ushers. Following the ceremony, a. reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie left on H short wedding trip before returning to Atlania," where Mr. McKenzie is associated with Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., to make their home. 'Epsilon Sigma Alpha Plans Yuletide Parly Christmas party plans were mnrte -at the meeting of Epsilon Sigma Alpha last night when Miss Alma Cain 'was hostess to the group at her home. Also discussed dur!n« the business session, which was presided over by :lhe president, Miss Butonue Jaggers, was the presenting of a ''Christmas basket to a needy family. Following adjournment, Miss Cain 'served refresh MI cuts to the group. Centering the dining table from r which the hostess served was a •'miniature Christmas scene. La Nueve, Guests Meet With Mrs. Graham Mrs. Bernard Graham, complimented La Nueve and four guest; last night nt her home. Quests nt. tending the weekly dessert bridge were Mrs. Jack Chamblln, Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mrs. Bill Hurt and Mrs. Neely Young of Danville, V«., houscguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill Buck. . The evening bridge game was .played in the rooms which were decorated with flowers in fall tones In which were interspersed wisps ol wheat. - Mrs. Coleman Stevens won ehib high and Mrs. Jack Hale second. .Mrs. Chamblin won guest higli. • * * 'Christmas Party Fetes Baptist Intel-mediates ; Seventeen Intermediate GA's of the First Baptist Church met last night nt the R. E. Van Hooser home . on Walnut for a Christmas party.! Hostesses to the GA's were Circle! Two members with Mrs. Murray' Smart chairman. In complement to the ci>uss colors, green and v."hite, were the flor.il decoratioiis of the home with tall crystal vases from which brimmed , giant chrysanthemum:; placed at | intervals in the nwm.s. Circling The ] base of each vase were v,'idc green satin bows. , Christmas games were played during the evening after which us- i sort-ed party foods were served from the lace draped dining table. Each ;niwt wa.s presented a ej from the Circle. *~£i5^ 11 $ &K As %vt UlCCOMKs imiMH—Mrs. James Wiley McKeuzit ol Atlanta, Ga.. -.van before her nmniage Dec. 3 in At- :nnla. Mi.-.s Kathryn Glenn Thompson. Mr. MrKenzie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Morrell Mc- Kcnzie of liiiminghinn, Ala., and Btylhcvillc. La Petite, Gucsl I'lay Bndge in Vance Home Mrs. li. G. partlow was guest with members of La Petile when Mrs. Arthur Vance entertained with- the weekly dessert bridge, yesterday. The Christmas season was complimented in the decorations of the rooms in which the afternoon bridge game wns playctl. Ill the game Mrs. V. P 1 . McDaniel won high, and Mrs. O. S. Croivell .second high am! uricigo. Four Guests Attend Fri-Town Meeting Tri.Town Bridge club and four guests were honored yesterday at the Worth D. Holder home when Mrs. Holder entertained the group. Guests attending the desert bridge were Mrs. Charles Alflick, Jr.. of Steele, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and Mrs. Jack Hale. In the game Mrs. Newton WhitLs was presented club high and Mis Gerrard Cuudill second high. Mrs At rick won, gue.st high. ^ i; -f - - t- ! ': Mrs, Cummings Guest At Dell WSCS Meeting Mrs. H. R. Crawford, Jr., nnc Mrs. R. B. Crawford were co-hostesses Monday night to 18 members and one guest of the Dell Methodist WSCS. Mrs. Aaron Cnmmlngs WEIS the group's guest. Mrs. Mavis Scttlemire led the evening's devottonal which was followed by a brief businc.ss meeting. Plans were made for the an- mml Christmas party which will be held at the C. H. Whistle home on Dee. 20. Mrs- John Stevens, Jr., Mrs. Earl Magcrs and Mrs. B. L. Sheppard were selected to assist J. Louis Cherry in landscaping of the church yard. The n e w building which is now under construction is Hearing completion. Mrs. Shcppard and Mrs. I^imm Wilboume presented the- prr.^ram "Christmas Customs in othci Lands." The last in the series of Ir&snns on "Women of the Scriptures" wa.>: taught by Mrs. K. H. Hull. Following di.smis.sil the hostrssc^ served .sandwiches and iced drinks Condition of Haibara Ann Collier. lauBhlor of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Collier, who was dismissed from. Walls Hospital .Saturday utter in,-! Icrgoliit; a tbmileetuiiiy Friday usi ali.sfaL-toiy. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Troi-n nt Tn-n- ton. Ti-iin.. loll mday for their noin,- Iflcr hin-iliu spent ac-Vtnil li;iy;. ii n ,.. i Biivsls of Mr. and Mrs' p. A. ouiig and lattuly. The K<;v. anil Mrs. w. n Yount, tnd Mrs. Ynnnt's mother. MJS. M. H. lahn, left today for LUICM'II!,', Mo., wher*r Mrs. H;ihn uill n-tuin lo her IOIILU alter liavniK visited hose us tiest ol her daughter .',nc! lamliy. Ihe Hev. ami .Mrs. Youiu will al.-'o Hie guest ot Mr. and Mrs n, Gibson in Mctlrlcj). i Mr. and Mis. W I. Hme 'n Mwn- ! ihls will ri'turn tu tlirir '"ii'ji- lo- iay alter tlLISLJl^ V::,itf:<) ll'.'I'C :l^ lllf'.sts of Mr. und Mr.s. r. w H:tyc-Jj i ind family. | Mrs. Hadley Holloti anil MI:,.] >lyde floe and son of Arbyid. Mo. weie the suests Tuesday D( Ah, unit Mra. Paul Mahon. Mrs. Ma\is Hi-lUemire find Mi.;. . H. Whi.slle arc .spending i.uday \ Mt'hlplns. Ml>s Bntty PI;;E anil Miss Ruth ! Akin of uSiki'aton. Mo., are iiMtmrj | here as guests of Mr. n-ni Mis. i J. T. WallhrllL'. llisii Akin anil Mr.,, i Waltlirne ate sister*. I Mrs. Ri.ssa Helm, Mr. ami Mrs. j Homer Tucker and Mr. nnri Mrs i Waller Maxwell have relnmd tnun ; Tampa, Ha., where they \vero railed I due to ihe dciuh of Mrs. flelm 1 ^ hi.slor, Mt'.s. Jaincri James. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryoi and, (laughter, Miss Mrlliu Pryor have us their gui'Sls. Mrs. l j ryui's par- ! Cllls, Mr. and Mrs. C. f, Sremuii. | ol Mansfieki, Ark., Mi-.s. pryor's un- ele, Emerson Seeman. and Mrs Pryor's cousin, L/j.stcr Sceman, and Mrs. Hccmau of Port Gibson, Miss. They plan to remain several days. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1949 NovoiiiKK ituini: Mrs. Alien K LV v.:is Jjcl'ji*' hii marriiv^c in Nnu'tnijcf MIM-: Uvtty Oninii, ^iic is the ciiiiKihtcr 01 Mr. ;iiit( Mr.-. A, L. Qunm ul f.'aruthrrv, i!lu. High School Choir Sinys At WSCS Meeting Sltuw Starts 1:00 ttox Office (>|i(?ris fi;iS Bargain \ifcht Every Ni$;M f,\(cpl ti.Unril.i> No p.issos luimirrd on Sunday at Ihc KOXV Last Time Today Luck of the Irish ni(h T.vrtmc rower ;incl Anne Uaxlcr Selected Short Subjects Last Time Today Song of Surrender «ilh Cl.imtc liiiins and \\aml.i Hrnilrl.v Selci'lcil Shnrl Sulijcrls CoriliniHiu>. Showing Lvcn'da Thursday. £ Friday Thursday S: Friday uinit'c chc (tiM'i'Li'/ji nt Mi.- J. Wil:•')!: Ur-Ml'V, JJft ,-L'litni HAVl ;•„! ;-i('iCC- HM 1 .-; til rlu- niff-riMi' *n rlw W.SCS (if Th" Fi!.'-'. Mi'Ph'Mi;.t Ctnisrh .\ !«..n- unv nt 'he cti.Li'ch. Mi . liir::! \V-iit- :iili U'n,-, in ij!;»fi'if f.i( iiK 1 VJ-./j;iam. r \ hi.- fli'iir, \,-hi<-lj v/ii:, ncrninpu- , liicti ity Mi.-,. Murniy Hiiiiat, ;ae- I ,-rnir'ki, ••(;,! Tell It, Oh trie Mtmn- | i>iii," "f WuntU-r A- I U'amJer." | "Cji 1 'I Hjinijino," "(;,tini <>t the ' JiL-n., r " ,\ix\ "T \v:t;-, ihr XiLiht iic- fore C.'htUun.i.-," Mrs. L, K. Old pu-:,c'ML4Ll. "'I'hc iiii''-i An \i'\." Coming Events ( Civic Calendar Wednesday Women's Guild i.I the First Luttidau Church will meet at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Lewis J. Zcllcr, 20U8 Chk-ka.-aawba. Thursday Miss Wanda Berry, Mdc-clcct of Rohuirl Bishop, wil! IDC comiilimenl- ecl v,'itii a shower at 8 p.m. at the T. J. Barnes home, 400 Dousan Hostesses are Mrs. Ramon Morion, Mrs. J. s. Owens, and Miss Uiella Barnes. Mrs. James Hill, Jr., entertaining the Octette Club at her home, 2 p.m. Mlci-weck Club mecLs with Mrs H. H. llmicliios. Nil Phi Mil has call meeting nt the home ol Mrs. Gilbert Hammock Jr.. 1010 Holly nl 1:30 p.m. Ladies Illljle class ot Hie First Methodist Church will Imve a covered dish-Christmas party at the Church at 5:30 p.m. nlyihcvillc Hook Cluh '.vill be entertained by Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. P. [). Poster entertains Thursday Club. TN Club meets with Mrs. George Ford. Avalon Bunco club entertained by Mr... liil! GiliJOW. Tlunxtay NiBlit chili meets vllh Mrs. Burks Barker. Friday .Mr.-,. A. R. Welcnkamp hostess to the Friday Cllllj. Mis. o. S. Dowdy compliments C. H. C. Club. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. Doyle llendeisoj]. '* i Arkansans Killed Co/vory Circles Meet For Business Session The Busisio.'i-s Wotncn's Circles. Three and Four, ol Calvary DEipti.st Church met In.^t night at the cliurcti in n business session,' Mrs. Howard CnldwoU led the opening prayer after which Mr.s. Lcc Powell pnv>irted over the brief btLsi- nc.s.s incetingf. Durint; the business, group plaits \vcre completed for the iJti.siat'.'vS Women's I-tdci'iitton lo be hold at In com[iirnK.-nt to thr Ctai,^{in;i.s .^f-asfin v.'cir; Iho circoL-atinn,, of tlic ]'ooui Euut la bio, wiih chi.^Jcis of iiaiKliiJit bf-nif.s ^t:t hi vreeiif-ry vuth [jlowinL; reel tnper.s flanking the <lc- -sipji cc'titciini? the tnblc. Ho;s t C.-V; PS for the jiitrrncori v.'CJ'O Mr.s. R. A. NeLson, cluurni:tn of the committee a.s^i.sted by Mr,-:. John Cfuutill, Mrs. H. Boyd. Mrs. C. E. Griper, Mr.s Eula Hutlftiue, Mrs E. O. GnoilYich, Mis. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. Precl Floetniiii, Mr.s. George lluinilton. Mr.i. [/. E. O!ci. Mrs. Cliar3e,s AUoid nnci Mrs Whit.sict. Wcsleyan WSCS Meets For Study Lesson Seven members of the WSCS of the We:,lryaii Memorial church mel .Mondiiy afternoon at the home of Mr.-.. Jack Robcrtsor.. Tiie ir.uciins was opened with the sin-.!iiiR of ihe hymn. "What A Friend We Have In Jesus." followed by iii-ayer which wa.s led by Mrs H C. Lewis. The fourth chapter in the book. '•Women of The Scripture" wa.s studied by the sroiiji with Mrs. w. B. Yount. study leader, presiding. Following a brief business nicct- ni'j the croup was dismissed with lirayei 1 which was led by Mrs. J fl. Colomau. Ill the social hour Mrs. Robertson .-.eiveri refresh men t.s. the chnrch Dec. 15. Devotional material from Lslah was presented by Mrs. Raymond Bi'lkn.ip. Follow ill-' ihn iiiosin^ pravei- by Mrs. Jlutjrr-[ P,tls'ji''jVL-, tlic hosu-.s-:- PS, Mrs. Unwind Caldw,;-!! and Mrs. Henry Bimncll, survctl relrc.shmenUi. At The Hnsnitals Hlyllicvlllc Ilosplfal Dismissed: Hilly Cnrlcton Robinson. Steele. Mrs. Geoi'ye Henry Hopper, To- nuilo. Mrs. J. E. Miller, city. Mrs. Wallace Hudson and baby, City. Mrs. Cecil t.usk. City. William H. Temple, Cily. Walls Hospital Dismissed: j C. C. Springer, Rt. 3. George Williams, Dell. ! Robcrl Rhoades. City. Mi.s. John Grim, and baby, City. Laura Harmon, Dell, Mr.s. A. C. Hcrst and baby, Rt: MADEKA, Calif., Dec. 7, OP/—Two pedestrians killed on the highway near Madera Sunday night were identified today as farm workers from Arkansas. m-my i. Cotnoer n, S. Jay said the vie- County). Mills were Jesse E. Gates 42 ...j Raymond Russell Nelson, 34 ' both of Corcoran, Ark. Jay said they were walking nlon- a country rond when struck from behind by an automobile driven by 35, of liiola (Fresno DISTRICT ll'-VAI IV1UTH PltllS- IIIK.VT — Miss Miriam Weise of Memphis, iirc.sident of District Seven of H'nai B'rith Women's Grand Lodge, will visit the local Annie Welnhorl Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Women Sunday. Miss vVeisc. who will be accompanied to Hlytheville by her sister, Mrs. Sum Jacnbson, wil! be gnest speaker at the 0 p.m. dinner which will be given in her honor by members of Che Women's Chapter, the J. Miller Lodge, and the AZA Youth Chapter of H'nai B'lith. . Mrs. C. E. Coulter, president of the local Women's Chapter, will j l>ie.ii'ic nt the meeting. Dr. Alfred ! Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, will I deliver the invocation. Auxiliary To Present Gifts To Hospital During ihe meeting of Ihe American Lesion Auxiliary last night plans were made to present a Ctn'LsttiKi.s basket to the Veterans Hospital in Memphis to be distributed among the patients. Ten members were present for the meeting which was presided over by Mr.s. Je.-.se Russell with Mrs. Garland Moody opening the meet- ins with the advancing of colors. In the absence of the chapSain, Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Sr., led the evening prayer. Plans were also made for the Auxiliary party to be given Dec. 19 at the Legion Hut. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Shmv Starls 2:00 10:00 .i.nv U':15 (t.:n. J:3[l p.m MS'IUN TO Kl.CN I'.lrarnmml News i Srlrrlril Shorts Continuous Sllon THE SHORTENING THAT HELPS CAKES ACHIEVE EAT APPEAL I S ALL VEGETABLt TRADE IN YOUR OLD JEWELRY • Makes Shopping Inexpensive f/?/.''•,',': -I'liWA xT""""* 1 •*•"*«••»~ ; ' f. A liciitilifii! cotk'i-tiuu of It liinips priced lo fil \nur Christmas budget . . . cnini* in ;nul clionse (lie slvlc .MIII 4.95 to 23. 50 You find a large selection of very economically priced pictures which will lend new beauty lo any room for years lo come. 1.96 to 12.95 UPHOLSTERED ROCKER Very prclfy ... in mohair, ftie/.c, or lajiCKlry 6.95 Sec our .siu't-ial values in fine 7- way Moor l,;uii|).s in ;i variety of hron/.c or ivnry IIUM-S. . .a won(lei Till sil'l 101 the home. 7.95 - 27.50 - GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN Children's Rod Rockers . $1.22 to $2.50 Duron Upholstered Cluiir, . . ._. .only $8.50 ALL METAL WAGON Hcnnliful red all melal wagons with rubber tires...in all sizes 1.85-6.35-9.45 Stop By For Your 1950 Calendar FURNITURE 113 Ensf Main Phone 2302 . . . DRESSER SET The gEfl iltat makes a jirctty fuss over her wlien she'i niaVing licrseli pretty^ is an Elgin American dresser se<. 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