The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUn Sodetu, NeuiA BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jano SheJtoh, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Miss Weedman Plans Morning Wedding Ml*s Anno Wecdmnn, dauglilcr ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwin Woodman, today made known plans for )IM man-Inge t o Edward Klkuouli Smith of Baton Rouge, I^n., son of Mr. am! Mrs. George Ellsworth Smith of Dunellcn, N.J, The double ring ceremony \vill lio. solemnized Saturday morning, 10 o'clock at the First Methodist Church in Blythcville Mill) the Rev. Roy I. Bagley officiating. A program of nuptial IIIUMC will Formal Yule Dance Feles Higli School, College Set Tlic annual formal Christina, dance for members of Blythevill Hifc'h Sehot>; was given Pi'iday nigl at the Lesion Hut by the niyihcvill !li?h School Dance club. Placed in the ball room was L plowing Vule tree with boiifjhs o 'lolly and jiamJiiia bwrics place throughout Hie ball and rcccplioi rormis. Hanking Ihe manlel wa naf.ses of greenry wi;h red taper placed on eilher end. During the evening assorted part ganisl and ML« Bdtc Paschal, vocalist of nlpley, Tenn. Hiss Weedman and MLss Pa-sclni! me room- be presented by L^T. Moore, Jr., or- loads were served from the refresh' *,.... .,_ -, , inellt table v. - hich was centered wit! circles of holly with berries Inler miilRlfd flanked by (all red taper mates at, Ixnn.si.ina State University, fK t \n crystal holders Baton Rouge. | Several members ol Ihe collegi The bride elect will be given in ; set. who were former lilytheville marriage by her father, Mr. Weed- H i<;!i Schoo] stutiPllL<i homB for , h( . man, and win have as her matron of honor and only attendant Mrs. Howard Graham of Skele. Tapers will be lighted by Harry Nichols Wecdnuin. brother of the. bride and Mary Janoel Smith, cousin of the bride. Uillie Louise Weedman, sister of the bride Mill be [lower girl. Gordon Kmsell of Blythcville will f serve ns bes'. man \vi!h J. U Johnson and Eduin \Veedman acting a-s ushers. , holidays were included in the ap prn.xima.tely 150 students and gue.sU attending. Chaperons for the affair were scv e/al mothers of (lie sturieiK.s. Immediately following the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. W. Leon Smilh for out of town gue.sis, relatives, wedding parly and families and intimate friends of the couple. Miss Camp To Wed Sgt. Kenneth Jarratl Mrs. Dolly Camp ol We.st Frankfort. III., is today announcing the engagement of her daughter Miss June Camp to Sgt. Kenneth Jarratt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvlc li Jarratt. Miss Camp Is a Riadmilc of West Frankfort High School. Sgt. Jarratt. who attended Burdette High School, has Just returned from 16 months service w^h the Air Force In Germany. He is now stationed at Roslyn. N.Y., where he will receive his discharge in February. Plans for the February wedding wlll^be announced at a Inter date. Miss Ann Powell Wed To Basile Burns Mr. and Mrs. ~K. L. Powell of Canalou, Mo., are today announcing the marriage of their daughter. Ann Elizabeth, of Blythcville,' to Basile Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bums of Blythevllle. The wedding was performed In Piggott, Ark., Dec. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Mabryn Burns of Blythevllle were the couple's only attendants. The bride wore « suit of brown gabardine with brown accessories In complement. The bride is a graduate of Blythe- Tille High School and Is now connected with the Marcus Evrard law firm. Mr. and Mrs. Burns will be at home in Blythcville. Chapter "N" PEO Has Annual Yulelide Party Mrs. R. H. .Kirby was hostess to 16 members of chapter "N" of the PEO sisterhood Friday afternoon at her home for the annual Christmas party. The members were seated In rooms In which were arranged scenes ol the Yuletide season. Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Jr.. discussed the Madonnas of the World and how that the artist of each land who chose to paint tile Madonna and her child always made the luce of the. mother and child to resemble his own particular land or the people ol the land lor whom lie painted. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon Sold R Christmas story* after which refreshments were served from the dmim- tablc. Overlaying (he main table from which the assorted foods vd c->f- fce were served was a Venetian i;i<r nnd linen cloth with a Winter v/on- rierland scene nf EMC.W and iVrr-- ccnlering the table. Mrs. Kirby was as;.i.-,lcd in °.civ- ine by -Mrs. Elton Kirliy. Mrs C ,\ Cunningham and Mrs. W. II. Pease. During the afternoon the >»r,m;i exchanged clfus from imdri the |, C 'decked Christmas tree. Dinner At Berry Home Fefcs Personnel Groups Mr, and Mrs. Kendall Perry L __ tertaincd the personnel of Franklin Press nnd Berry's Ladles Tog- gery last nifrlil at their Biirficld Road home with a dinner party In celcuiatlon of Ihe Christmas season. Brighllr colored decorations were placed throughout Ihe home In complement to the holidays. The main dining table from which dinner was served wns overlaid with a ciitwork cloth with low bow! holding red carnations set in waxv greenery and [ouches ':f silver Interspersed, centering the table. Arranged on cither side were burning white tapers which were entwined with lacy red fringe. Centering the Individual tables at which (lie gucsfs were seated were minature Christmas reflectors. Following dinner the remainder of the evening was spent Informally. Out of town guests attending the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ontes and Mr. and Mrs. Wilburnc Malhis of stcele. Shower Continues Events Honoring Miss Berry Continuing the serie.s of affairs In compliment lo Miss Wanda Berry, who will become the bride of Roland Bishop Christmas Day. was a miscellaneous shower Saturday afler- noon at which Mrs. Jack Oivcns was hostess to 12 guests at her home. Greenery, nandilla berries and mistletoe made up the holiday decorations of the home with a gaily bedecked Christmas tree In the room in which the guest.s were seated at Individual tables which were overlaid with while cutivork cloths and centered with silver wedding bells in keeping with the nuptial theme. The three silver bells making up the arrangement were posed on tiny white stems with clappers placed among the bells. Edging each bell were mounds of white frost. Further complementing the season were the refreshments which were topped in Christinas bells and served during the afternoon. In the party games plavcd, prizes were presented Mrs. Harmon Taylor ami Mrs. Grady Magee. Miss Berry, who chase for the occasion a grey silk frock with olack acc&vories. pinned at her shoulder, gardenias, a gift ol the hastes*. Special gue.sl wax Mrs. SValter Bishop, mother o! Mr. Bishop. During the afternoon Miss Berry was picsetitcd miscellaneous gills from the group. She wns presented silver candlesticks from her ho.-.lc,-.s. Housewaruling Honors Mr. and Mrs. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burns who recently moved to nlytheville from atei-li- were honored Wednesday night n-Jioji fri.'mis from Blychevillc Slerle. CanulMTsvilii. and ' Holland complimented them wilh a hou.se- wiirininir at their new home it i'"> 1'iirkway Dint-. Uunm: u,c i-n-mii,. , <)nk tt .., s uy rrt ailer win.:!,, pu-. cake and t'of- tcc were .-.crvcd Mr. and Mrs. BUHLS were presented a lamp i,i>m the croup. MORNING FROCK 851 34-48 By Sue Burnett A simple. np.H dress for all ynur orcnoon duties. Nolt Ihc side clns- ig. colorful ric rac trim and handy atch pocket, winch Is optional •'ou'll look pretty while you work! Pattern No. 8516 is a scw-rite erforatcd pattern in sizes 34 3fi 8. 10. 42, 44. 40 and 48. Hiy.c 3e' yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents. COINS, you name, address size c.sired and the PATTERN NUM- EB to Sue Burnett, Courier News 30 South wells Street, Chicago l'. Send 25 cents today lor Ihe new ''all and winter FASHION. 64 ages of smart new styles, special eaturcs. l-'rec pattern printed in- de the book. Coming Events Ciric Calendar American Legion Auxiliary meets t- Hut at 7:30 p.m. for Christinas arty. Each member brings gift to vchange and for Veterans Hospital Mrs. Don Aycock entertains the orcas Sunday School Class of the alvary Baptist Church at her home at 225 E. Davis at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday C. and N. Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Charley I 4 utes at 7 p.m Mrs. Murray Mcllaffery entertain the VM club with a Vu!e parly al 7 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary meets JtJthc Hut at 7:30 p.m. • ~ Wednesday Reception'at Woinans Club from 1 to 9 p.m. honoring Miss Anne Weetirnan, bride-elect of Edward Ellsworth Smith. Hostesses, Mrs Whitney Morgan, Mrs. Grady Ma- Bce Miss Polly Stewart. Miss Oe- ncva Shiblcy. Miss Barbara Cullison. Miss Nancy Porllow, Mi ss vir- K!nia Swcarengcn and Miss Jane Shclton. Thursday Mrs, Harry W. Haine.s and Mrs E. It. Mason entert.-nning with dessert bridge at the Haine.s home complimenting .Miss Anne Weedman. 8 p.m. 20th Century Club meets a( Hut for Christmas dance. Hosts anrl hostesses arc Mr. and Mrs. liarnes Crook. Dr. and Mrs. James C. Guard Mr. and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mr and Mrs. Worth Holder and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Edwards. Christmas parly-luncheon honors' Thursday Rook Club al Ihe home i of Mrs Richard Prilchard. j N'u Phi Mil Yule party at Sycamore j Home, at 7 p.m. j Salurday Miss Anne Wrorirnan will bri-nme' liie bride of Edward Smith in s rcrrmoiiv lo be performed at Iflrlje) a.m. al the First Methodist Church Sunday Miss Wanda Berry will v.rtl no- land Bishop al the First BaplIM Church at 3 p.m. Bits of News Miss Jtianita Kberdt has arrive* home from Hendrix College, Con way, to be the holiday gili^ls o her parents, Mr. and Mis, Ou Ebcrdl. T. I. Scay and Randall Hawks re lurijcri home Saturday from a lour day deer hunt al SuntRarl. Winli In Slutlgarl (hey were (he. sucst; of Mr, Si-ay's btotber, J. 1. Si-iiy. Mrs. Kate liray of Memphis am son. PvL Hilly C. Bray of Cherry Point, N.C.. were the Friday guest: of Mrs. T. I. Srav and family. Miss Heard Wylic, rtai'uhW o. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylic. anivei home Ihis afternoon from HIOWM- Moore School lor Girls. Phoenix Ar : z., to be the guest of her parent.' and sister during the huliriavs. Miss Wylie was met in Memphis by her Jiari'iiis. Mrs. O. O. Klkins. Jr.. has arrived fj-oin llrinkley to spend set-oral day; is guest of her parents. Mr am Mrs. O. V. Daws. Mrs. Elkllis am. Mrs. Daws rclurned lo nlythcvi'.le vesterday afternoon after Mrs Daws had bren in BrlnV.lev for sc-v- Tal days with hrr daughtrr who wns ill in a Hrinklov lio-tpilal Condition of Piimcla Oraflor daiiohler of Mr. and Mrs. fiiiper lirafton, who is ill at Imr home I'ilh rllickcnnox. Is satlsfaclorv. Mrs. Lillian Frank left Sunday lor Diirant, Miss., (o spend the lioli- Inys ns guest, of her mother. .Mrs. "?, II DIey. En route lo Diirant, Mrs -rank will spend several days in Osccola and Memphis with friends Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seav urrc 'n Uemphls Saturday night where hey attended a dinner dance ns uests of Mr. and Mrs. B. I,.- Hand EdscI Harber has arrived home lo e the holiday pnest of his parents Ir. and Mrs. E, Harbor. Mr. Harbor s a student at the University of Arkansas. Condition n! Keilh Sharp, son of Ir. and M rs . Harold Sharp who is onfmed to his home with chicken- ox, is satisfactory. L. R. Grace of Orlando. Fla has elurned to his home .Tftej- >, n |.|,,» lent several days will, Mr. and Irs. Pavl Jobe nnd family. He had oinc lo Blylhevtlle lo be with his Tlher. Willi., Grace of Chrklon lo who became seriouslv ill and led Thursday while visiting here s guest of Mr, and Mrs. Jobe Owen P. Walker of Memphis rc- imed home this morninp after •"'ing spent several days here as lest of his sister. Mrs. Joe K Vaddy and Mr. Waddy. Mr. Walker ime especially on business for the and W. Construction Firm of 'c'tcd ' W " h Wh ' Ch h ° ' 5 con Mr. and M rs . o'Dell Sanders of orl ami Ark., have arrived to b c e holiday guesls of Mrs. Sanders oilier. Mrs. M. o Usrev Mr. and Mrs. lien H." Gret-n of ot Springs will arrive today lo innri cnim^ni -j J WJ MONDAY, DECEMBER ig, 19,19 this' Tirs' s! !f,c 0r N "' ' s ' rl ' I ' e °i' ar<1 -i >rinl fur bands her patent slippers, golden kid "itilc^an! handle of black silk umbrella mislicallicil from C irhtm", j wrappings (above). Mink-ball tie is new fashion *<\ jeweled necklace, iridescent beaded "bibbed" swettcr -inVi piirse paved ami fringe,! with R olde,i l,,, s le beads n ?e e lii or lifts lor Eirls. Close-ups show other K ilts of fashion Airliner's Brakes Fail But No One 1s Injured CHICAGO, Dec. 19-f^—A (mils- world airliner plowed through two wire fences, sheared off a light , -..., ,O,MJ*X.-> I>ole, knocked dcnvn a stone pillar presented in BIylheville j and clipped Ihc corner of a cafe at the Municipal Airport Chrisimos Music Features Services !n Three Churches Programs ol special Christmas nuisic were pre.senu :hurclic.s last night. Al the First Baptist Church, C S. White, formerly of Liltle Rock and lew minister of music and educa- ion, presented tlie adult and In- crmediate choirs in a program ccu- ercd on the "Christmas Story. Mrs. *1. M. Smart was at the organ. The narrative for the First Bap- ist program was given by Nathan Vaclc from the Old Testament pro- hecy of the Birth o: Christ. The lusic included carols with solos by o f si at Northwestern Unlvcrsilv" to Brrlvc(i Sa i,, r '|. 5v ' OI<ul " la > Carol Evans, who sang "O Holy and "The star Divine" by Night" Mr. White. The sermon topic used by the pastor, the Rev. E. C. Brown, was "The Divine Star". At the First Methodist Church. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, choir director, presented Handel's Oratorio "The Me.«iah". The chorus was composed of about 65 voices and the First Methodist choir was agument- ed by sin«crs from the choirs of some o! the other churches in the city. Solo part-> were given by Mrs. George .Lee. alto;- Mi'j.s Joe Anne Trleschmnnn, soprano; Mrs. Worth Holder, soprano; J. Stanley Grcsley, tenor: and Dalton C. rowlslon, ba.SK. Special services were conducted in the First Presbyterian Church starting at 5 p.m. with L. T. Moore as organist and director. Solo pnrt.s were sung by Molly Jo Beasley and Mrs. Torn Miller. arrived at 8 a.m. from San Francisco carrying 31 passengers and crew of five. Capt. Stanley M. Kasper, a TWA pilot for 15 years, blamed I h c plane's braking mechanism for the mishap. He said lie made a normal anding in the muggy weather but Ihat "the brakes were jubt, not Ihere." The plane was badly damaged. More than half the main lines of American railroads are now biull of rails weighing more liian 100 pounds per yard. EASE CREST COIDS' MISERIES THIS PROVEN no.it-known home remedy you can (ise lo relieve miseries of colds is Vifks VajioRub. It starts to work to bi'lriu reliel the moment, you rub it on and keeps on workinr lor hours ... 2 ways at once! It stimulates chest and back surfaces like n waiminr; poultice to case muscular sorcnc.<>s and tiflit- nc.ss. its vapors pcuefrnfc into void-congested, upper breathing China Gifts Linens and Curtains Solve yniir K \fl problems by giving beautiful [,m- cns...lcj, napkins, hot n ,IJ covers, Ki.lc Crccn- ««•«>• lunch clolhs, KicWcrwi Ince (able cloths Ml"'.^" <•'"' taWc i-over., in ,v|,i,e and paslcls, co,k':»! napkins. FicUlcrcsl towel sets i n lovely colors. Kifls for ll le home nrc lovely Cinliiins I'.v (-nrllcy. Kenneth, R,,v a ), am , Mj(hvcs( { , ()mc ., «"' -see our nice collection uf distincUve slip n.vor and Drapery Material. LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP M ". C. A. Hovey (OS Soul), Kirs, si, cH Telephone S. 5 >cnd several days as gr « ts idge nnd Mrs. Roland Green Miss Jonnii' Trl.psc.hmnn, Miss Ito- »r(a Brnccy and Eugene Kemper. 'students at MIsslsIppl Southern a | tiesbnrg, have arrived to be the 'hday Eut-sts of their parents Mr and Mrs. A. G. Shibh-v and aughtcr, Mi w Josephine and Miss eneva spent Sunday In Memnhis here they were Joined by their n and brother, A. G. Shlbicy .Ir >o is a student at Tnlane New 'leans M r . shibley n ct0 mpanlcd rm home for the holidays Mr. and Mrs . Freeman Jerniga,, "iimce the birth of a son Dec 15 Walls HcspMal. The baby, w^ho mr r C '" !d ' lln ' s bren """'"I tliur Freeman JerniKan Jr Mrs Jernigan [ s the former Miss M,rv Lou Joyncr. 5 homo% V1il " B !. llia SwMr < > ''K«> "rived verslt lllrdn3 ' nlef " f ™m the rjni- he the holiday'guest of'^e'MMre'nt'.s" Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N Swearcii gen. Sr.. rinrt sister ' Mr l " n(l w «. -'anic-s R. Smith and sot. Benny, nf niscoe. Ark., are the ho hday grest,s of Mr . and „„.%' ^ t-stes and family. Russell Phillips. Jr., !,„., nrr[v( , ( , home Iron, Vanderbilt. Nnshvlllc lo be the holiday guest of his parents .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillip Charles Ciene McDaniet a ' dent at Nortl Rvanston. ill.. niBht to spend a week with hi" patents Mr. and Mrs. Charles W McDin e 1 ,1"" -If, " r ° thpr ' Bf>h "- v th ^:««- Amelia, spent ye.slerdav in lie Ond',, IV1 '7 V1 ;, DCC ' 2G for Memphis with Mrs. Vrska's parent.,. 1 S X'ation'l (, , ,.."""? of thc ; Mr ' """ M«- Cornelius Modinger 3 fnc "r , 0 'b~ ,p , ,, M ' M U C °"- 1 M '° arc at Campbell's Clinic where of lilin,!i" o^n, <"»«««,. ih, is undergoirifr trca.mont. Mr. Mr. and' Mrs. Rudolph Vrska and ! v™™«"'* COllflitiOn U nluch "»- |s || y Al The Hospitals nlytheville Hospital Dismissed: Minnie Grant, City. Tecldie Ray Coggins. City. Mrs. A. D. Baker and bahy. Citj Mrs. William Hyatt. Manila James Carey, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Philip Applebaum, City. Mrs. James Christian and baby Slerle. Mis. Alene McCastlln, Stee'e Sharon Razer. City. Mrs. j. c. Crcasey and baby, Rt. <. Rmh Ann Yancy, Air Base. Mis. Thomas. Jefferson City, Mo. Though its total border line is only PV™ countries: Switzerland, llaly, VusoMavia. Hungary. Czechoslcva- kin. Germany and Liechtenstein. Parents Killed En Route To See Hospitalized Child MONTGOMERY, W. Va.. Dec, 19 —i,!'.—A nine-year-old polio patient at Ihe Marmot Hospital waited in vain yesterday for her parents to arrive with long - anticipated at the Municipal Airport ycstoi- Chri.sima.s presents. ±' " ll ^i ': 1JUry '° a " y °' - 6 ! •"**! were injur persons aboard. The four-engine came to a halt in a normally busy , 'ed criluvriy in , an auiomobile accident, while on Constellation j Iheir way lo see her and died en route to a hospital here. ny The parents were jack N. Plesii- » | man, 29. and Rclha Hoxan: man. 'in, of Grcenbrier County W. Va- The presents for Joan were scattered through the wreckage of the car. which was in collision with a tractor-trailer truck on U- S. Route CO at Cedar Grove. Packing Plant Blast Death Toll Rises to 20 SIOUX CITY. la.. Dec. 19. WP)_ Mrs. Ali:e Hammond, 25-.vear-old Sioux City bookkeeper, died at Friday Morning, December 23rd 9:30 a.m. All Cartoon Show for Underprivileged Children Admission: Food or Toys THEATRE GIFT BOOKS ?2.50—On Sale at Roxy Office hospital tociay of Injuries surrcreil ni an explosion at the Swift & Co packing plant here last Wednesday' Mrs. Hammond was the 20th person to die as a result of the blast Thirty-eight of the injured still remained hospitalized today. Starts 7:00 nov Office O|icns U:45 Uargitin Night Every Nijjhl Except Saturiluy No passes honored on Sunday at The IIOXY Last Time Today \ DOUBLE FEATURE Jiggs & Maggie in Court Joe Vulc and Itciile Iliaiio Christmas 19 Feathered Serpent ivith Roland Winters and Key Luk^ Foi News "^ Tuesday & WARNEDUSOS NtW HIT l (_>.tL «~.iui ,r n . — L . F'lui'icovtsXT^-^rr.r.-c: ^ Selected Shun Subjects ''Tut, tut, Mr. Fikklc—Don't worry about my Ml! 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