The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1949
Page 4
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PAGE FOUn BLYTHKVn.LK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NewA Jane Shelton, Society Editor Plione 4-161 Miss Calliouh Is Wed To Waller J. Antlers Mr. sad Mrs. R. W. Calhoun ol Birmingham, Ala., are today announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Vclma Calliotm of Blythcville to Waiter J. Anders of Blythevlllc, son of the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Anders of Keiper. The. doilgle ring ceremony was performed by the Kev. Pcrc^' Herring of the First Baptist Church in Hemando, Miss., Dec. 10. Mrs. Alfred D. Kemper at-fended the bride as matron of honor find only attendant. She wore a gray tailored suit with black accessories. She pinned an arrangement of red roses at her shoulder. The bride selected an aqua suit OH which she placed her bridal llmvcrs, gardenias. She wore black accessories in complement, Mr. and Mrs. Anders will be at home at- the air base in Rlytheville where Mr. Anders is connected with the Aetna Uisurance Company. Mrs. Anrler.s has been connected with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company following her graduation from Armory High School, Armory, Miss, Group Yule Party Held At Beth Johnson's Home Continuing the traditional group Christmas party, which was started when the tr.embers of (he group were nil first graders, was the party given last night at which Beth Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, was hostess. The party alternates between mothers with Mrs. Johnson to entertain again in 1958. "Santa Claus" was the Ihnmc of the party with a brightly lighted Santa Claus placed in the window to greet the guests. Red and green Btreamers were .suspended from tlie ceilings of the rooms in which the Christmas games were played. In the games of the evening prizes were presented Kclia Woods find Sally McCuk'hen. After the group had exchanged girts from under the giant Christmas tree refreshments were served from the dining table. Centering the lace draped dlntnt; table was a minaturc SanUi Claus merry-go-round topped with gleam- Ing reindeers beitig ridden by tiny Santa Clauses. Santa Claus place cards marked each guests place for the Christmas tree cake and Ice- cream which was served. Members ot the group are Sally McCutchen, daughter of Mr. nnil Mrs. O. W McCutchen. Beth Johnson, daughter of :Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Johnson; Gall Brogiton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brogdon; George ; Arin Byrd. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. I, Byrd: NeliB Woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Woods; Mary Beth Marr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Marr: and Anice Chandler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Chruidltr. Jayceelles Meet For Annual Yullide Parly 17 members and one guest, of the Jaycecttes met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Phillip Applebaum for the annual Christmas party. Guest for the party was Mrs. I*, c. Po.sey. The buffet styled supper was served from the lace draped dining table which was centered with H low bowl holding winter flowers and greenery. A gaily lighted Christmas, tree was placed in the living room of the home \vith complementing scenes being placed throughout the rooms. During the evening the group exchanged gifts from under the tree. Toys were also brought to be presented to a family. During tiie evening a short business session was held. Miss Berry Honored At Silver and Linen Shower Continuing the scnes of evenl.s complimenting Miss Wanda Berry who will become the bride of Roland Bishop Christmas Day, was the silver and linen shower Riven last night at the home of -Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon with Mrs. C. M. Smart The Stickmon home was decorated for the holiday season with clusters of ted randies set in greenery placed in the rooms. Also in complement to the season was tile Jif-'hted Christinas tree ami the poinsettias placed in the home. Party games were played during the evening with prizes being presented Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. John Stickmnn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stickmon, pulling a red and silver sleigh topped with ringing bells, presented the assorted gifts to the honorrc. Miss Berry wore for the occasion a powder blue wool dress on which she pinned gardenias, a girt of the hostesses. Special guest 01" the affair was Mrs. Walter Bishop, mother of Mr. Slie was iilsn presented a gift corsage of gardenias. During the evening the hostesses served a dessert Miss Berry \vas presented a gift in her chosen silver pattern from the hostesses. Pathfinders I'.nierlained At Politick Supper-Party Tc Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church met last night at the Church for a potluek supper and Christinas party. Cristma.s carols were nlaycd during the meal which was sen-eel the guests seated at long tables arranged in the shape of a cru=s. Centering the (able at which the cros. 1 ! wa,s completed wits a single burning red taper set In mounds of silver leaves »nd holly. After .supper, toys which had been brought by the group was presented eacli guest. They were later presented to the Jaycccs to be given to needy children of the city. Hostesses for the evening was Mrs. Dale Horn and Mrs .T. J. Bailey The remainder of the evening was spent informally. • • • Dick Richardson Felcd On Third Birthday Tea guesl-s gathered yesterday ul the home of Dick Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Richardson, to observe Dick's third birthday with an'aftcrnoon of informal cn- iertainmeiit. Birthday gifts were presented Dick from under the bedecked Christmas tree after which the birthday cake, made in shades of red and green, wa.s cut and served with ice cream and party foods. During the afternoon a miniature Santa Claus was presented each guest- Mrs. Blankenship Fetes Thursday Rook Club Mrs. tl. C. Blnukenship was hostess to members of the Thursday Riiok Club yesterday at her home which was decorated throughout in V'uie scenes. Placed on the table in (tic room in which the guests were seated was a tiny'lighted manger feme. During the afternoon u-"iuc Mrs. Richard Pritcliarcl wcm high. Mrs. Neville Blakemore seeuml high and Mrs. W. II. Mayo nioko. During tlie afternoon Mis. Blank- cnshtp served relirshmt-nts. Mrs. Catidill Entertains Thursday Contract Club Mrs. G. G. Caucilll was hostess to members of the Thursday Contract yesterday at her home on Walnut. Preceding the afternoon bridge game, a luncheon was served the guests. Arrangements of polusetta nml holly vveie placed throughout the home. In the B anic, Mrs. o. W. Mc- Ctitchen won high and Mrs. H vv Wylie second high. Bits of News Muriel Knudsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o. E. Knudsen arrived last night from MacMiinay Collejjc, Jacksonville, 111., to spend the Christmas holidays. Khvyn Caldwell, sou of Mr. anil Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, will arrive home Saturday from Castle Heights Academy at Lebanon. Tenn., to j spend the holidays with his parents. He will rejoin his football team i at school on Dec. 2G ami the group \ will leave to participate in the i Shrine Bowl at Daytona Beach Fla on Dec. 28il). Mr. and Mrs. Donald Day left Tuesday for Conowiugo, Maryland to be with Mr. Day's father, s. w Bay who is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. t,. Jones are spending tolay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of Knoxvlllc have arrived to spend the holidays as guests of Mrs. Thomas 1 n.other. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich and sisters. Miss Vcia Goodrich and Mrs. Charles Ray Ncwcomb and I family. t James Lawrence Young, who has ! been ill at his home at 3in South 1 Division, is much improved. i Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Krdmann of Columbia City, liui.. have nrrivrd on an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens and otber relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Alahan ot Flornccc, Ala., are the weekend guests o Mr. an d Mrs. D. C- IJorau. , : Oi-iit K. Bradley is In Paragoilld today where he is attending the Northeast Arkansas Bar Association meeting. Mrs. Inez Rickard of Cirayvllle. 111., Is visiting here as guest of her daughter. Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mr. Baile.- .and family. Mrs. nfckard, who plans to remain throughout the Christmas holidays, will also visit In Memphis as guest of her son. C. R. Rickard and family. Bill Williams has arrived home from the University of Arkansas. Fiiyetlcville. to spend the holidays as of his parents. Mr a lid Mis. W. Miirion Williams. The haml-loomcd Irmk (li.sUiifinisliej; the woolens of these suils A smai' gored .skirt (ltd) :tr<- f:isJii«n«l of :i li K M-w f i K ht wursl'cil A hl'ick vc pepper ami ,s:tlt mixture (rU'hll whi, h features :. rnlaw.iv inr]irt ims-i - g^ s ^ (J ndcr Way ' /V/>ii; t.ih-rlv To Aid Lan v c Sc ''°°' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1949 Business and Personal — Personalized or Plain Excellent Imprinting Service Stationery... l(ea<lin;j; (Jlass ..I'm-kel Memo... Hmurulnr.s. . . . H.H..S. Cfiii f«;(>;iu St'ivi|i!«nik. I''oimlain 1'i'u and Pencil Set. . . Hridge Hook.'.' PliiyiiiS Cards. . .(.'ailing Cards. .. l)es|j Sets..! Desk . . . Accessories . . . Dictionary . . . Smoking PEKSONAI.!/i:i) I'OKKIt CHIPS u.'WJACK T.U;S .KI:V m\<;s G «jfj *AiT r 1*1 Wra rrPP hi W a i^J a k \»\j SAMUEL F. NOR STATIONERS -- Of-TiCE OUTFITTERS Mrs. Walter Wood \v:is hosU-s-s to Approximately 400 books arc on ili.-;i>l;:y at the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company for Langc School's iiuuic siile. which has been underway "''.,"'„ "., ^"'h' , ,-„ ™ ' " bl '* <™.' tllc( « l C ' I ' nina the Birthday Club i.t her home .sun- ob ' ,, ,'-,''" con . (Ulcto<l lo day when she entertained in com- j "^.'" ' "^f /"' th , e rvnr "" ls class - pliment to Mrs. O. K Scrojics. j "^ V " La " s<r nml Io1 ' thc "'"^i' A lighted ChrLstmas tree \V:IH ' i placed in tiie living room with :i Mrs - F - E liarflin, principiil at manger scene placed on the buffet. !•!«>"<:. ^aid thut many jKircnts were Boughs of holly and candles v:ere l»ircliafiu» the books as gifts to used throughout the hr.ine. j lll(1 r"fm.s at Christmas. j Hirtlulay KiflK'.vere [iiescnli'd Mrs. I Studvnls and parents aie In' Scro;ies after which the primp ex- i <h?r;;e of (he sale, and the sale : cliangcd uifts from undi-r thc cjhrihl-| bccins .'ln-rily alter 8 a.m. and is i '"J" lro1 '' i continues until about 5 p.m. each ! Mrs. Wood WHK a.sii.',l«l In serv- I <iav. <f^l s ' ' *-ti ~ ^— %£ p 1 Ltnens and Curtains int.- by her daughter, Micholtici. AVAH1 MrHs Tlie WMU of the Kcw Liberty Baptist Chui'cti mei 'I'liesilay in thc home of Mrs. .1. i\ Kamey for a Hoyal Sen'he L^o^iiini. The opening innyer was led \ty Mrs. S. H. Bcvill after which she aLsn presented the devotional "Christ. Thc Answer for The World." wns the theme of thc program with the folknvu.u itssistiny. . colm Koonce. Mrs. Tollie. Peterson, und Mrs. Max Kooucc. The closint; prayer was led by Mrs. Clyitc Webb. After a short business session, the hostess served cuke and iced drinks. Workers Include: Mrs. Byron ' Nail. Mrs. J C. Drake, Mrs. John : Miller, Mrs. f.eioy Huddlcslon. Mrs | H. |[. Mmliis. Mrs. H. W. Bradley, . Mrs. j. I,. Gmm. Mrs. l Human. Mis, p. L. .Mrs. J- E. Si Steadman, Mrs. j. s. McASIn. Mis. C. p. All.slin. Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mrs- S. G. Shclton, and Mrs. I. R. coleman. Tlu' (irf,t cathode ray tube wu» bill!;, ill 1B97. t^zsss&isi^ssssiss^sssaisisem 221 Wcsl .Main Solve yntiv K ifi pi-oMcnis liy K ivinij notuitil'iil C'lis. . .U'ii napkins, hot nill covers, K;ite lirccn- ituay lunch ciollis, Kieldcvost lace UtWc cltilhs. ;ill- liiH'ii ciird' covei's in while ;ind paslcls, i-iick- tail nupliins, I'teldciesl tttwol sets in lovely colors. Glf TS CRLATLY lH-li.t;hll'uI Kil'ls for I lie home are lovely ('ni'tains by Cordey, Kennelh. H»y:il. ami .Midwest. Come in !ind see our nice ccillection of c[i.-,liiiclive slip cover and i)v;tpei'y Alulcnal. Mrs. C. A. Hovey IDS Smith iMi-sl Street Telephone S15 At The Hospitals mythi'villc Dismissed: Mrs. H. G. Parrish and baby. City Mrs. J. H. Hammonds. City. Mrs. C. I.. Hopper. City. Mrs. Ruby E. HroRdon. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Joyce Jones, Manila. Mis. joe Lawrence and baby. Rt In television, when they say a program has been "kine.-!i-<>i>"rd." they mean it has been transcribed on motion picture film. Continuous Shows n»x Office Opens 1 :-15 Show Stnrls 2:00 10:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. '1:30 (i.m j LISTEN TO KI.CN I.asl Time Today Story of Sea Biscuit Kith ShirJc.r Temple and Harry FiUi:eralil l':ii.inu,ui!l Ncvvs it Sclfctfrt Short- C<mti(n:«us Sfirt^fni: Everyday Saturday Sori.ll "Wild Ilill Ilirhnk" No. 12 and Short Conl. 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