The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK-1 COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1949 ocietu Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Yule Reception Fetes 115 At Lowe Home Approximately 115 moth ens nnd friends of music students ol Mrs. J. Cecil Loive called at the Lowe home i'esterriny afternoon at n reception planned In their honor by Mrs. Lowe and her students, A giant Christmas tree bedecked for the holidays was placed on the porch to greet pncsts ns they entered. Assisting Mrs. Lowe in receiving the guests in the holiday groomed rooms was Mrs, C. A. Tatit. Plnced before the mirrored man-! tcl was a low silver bowl from which brimmed silver leaves and berries. Placed In the music and reception rooms were giant poln- settlas and minature scenes. A minature Yule shaped tree made up of assorted huctl baubles centered the Ince draped dining table from which assorted party foods and punch were served during the afternoon. The entertainment was provided by the pupils with the following playing from 2 to 3 p.m.: Mary Elizabeth Abbott, Steve McGuire. Denya BJankenship, JOAO Wallace, Sandra Vales. Marceille Taylor, Judy Reagan, Mary Jane Seymore, Sonja Knt^Ush. Jerry Lowe, Ethel Jean Wyatt, Bill Wyatl, and Lyclia Jo Sudbury. The refreshment table was presided over by Millie Ann Mallory nnd Sally Trieschman. Providing the entertainment from 3 to 4 were Mary Hindman, Jimmie Lee Moore, Manya Blankenshtp, Donna Dcriman. Janice Johnson, Sherry Sparks, Bobble Jo Alley. La Neal Sudbury, Glenda Penny. Anna Louise Handley, Alice Fay Frazier and Winnie Good son. Presiding al the refreshment table during thi? hour were Sophie Ann Bright anc Doris Bean. Entertaining from 4 to 5 were Gerald Brown, Netia Woods, Cnro' ' Seymore, Sally Jo King, Jane Bnr- tholenmv. Done Coleman. Don Copeland, Don Brown, Jeanettc Cobb, Sue Moore, nnd Ttonnio \Vng- ster of Cooler, Delmar Reid of Holland. Ruth Hale and Rosemary Monoghan presided al the refreshment table. Performing from 5 to G were Dorlr Bean, Sophie Ann Bright. Sally Trelschman, Rosemary Monoghan Larry Reid, Doris Cope, Millie Ann Mallory, Jo Alice McGuire, Hull' Hale and Sammy Workman of Holland. Mrs. Lowe was assisted in serving this hour by Jo Alice McGrue. : At the conclusion of each hour Mrs. Lowe presented each pupl with a minature statue of a musician, Santa Clam arrived from the North Pole In time to as Lowe In this distribution, Special guests were Miss Barbara Monaghan and.Jimmie Love, boll 1 college students home for the holidays. -r> ; '.." v;,'. ' r * * ' . r * Jaggers Home Setting For Sunbeam Yule Parly Twenty members and three visit-! ors. of the Sunbeam Class oJ the' First Baptist Church, were complimented yesterday at the Alton B. Jsggers home from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Guests for the afternoon were Ch a rl e.s Bi Ib rcy, M a ne r va Jo B o - gaii and July Hamcy. A manger scene lighted by tiny Christinas lights topped the mantel of the living room fireplace with scenes in compliment placed throughout the home. The opening prayer was led by Thomas Bogan after which Sara Lou Boyett read the Hfe of .Jesus. "The Happy Price" was the tiUe ol the Christmas story which was told by Sally Jo King. JUNIOR DATE By Sue Burnclt For the junior miss who likes to sew—a stunning date frock cut on smooth, slim princess lines. Sunburst dnrts on each side accent n tiny waist. Pattern No. 8512 Is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 9, II, 12 J3. H, 15, 16 and 18- Size 11, -I yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. The Fall and Winter FASHION Is a dependable guide for your winter wardrobe. Special designs fabric news, free pattern prlntet inside the book. Send 25 cents today. 1 O'clock Luncheon Feles Circle Ihree, Guests A 1 o'clock Christmas luncheoi at the T. I. Seay home yesterday complimented members of Clrc' Three of tlie WSCS of the Firs Methodist Church and one guest Mrs. Roy I. Bagley. A Yule tree trimmed with clus fers of nandina berries centered tin buffet from which the hmclieoi was served. Apple holders holding ligiHei candles set In rosettes of wax leaves centered the individual ta bles at which the members guests were seated. Immediately following luncheo the group was seated in the enter (tuning room, which was decorate with a sugar plum tree, for a fie vottonal and short business meet ing. Mrs. Hattic L. Hunter the devotional after which Mr Charles C rigger presided over tl business meeting. Mrs. Bagley !ert the dismiss prayer. Christmas carols were sung by the! "J"o CJfJSS, group after which Bible, book markers were presented "the members and guests from the leaders of the group, Mrs. R. O. Oenning, Mrs- C, L. McWatcrs and Mrs. Jnggcrc. Mrs. Denning served punch *nd cookies during the afternoon. As-! Msting Iii serving were Linda and ] Jimmy Jaegers. Mrs. Aycock Hostess Guests Bits of News Yule-Slumber Party Feles Girl Seoul Troop Two A Christmas-slum be i- party honored 23 members of Girl Scout Troop Two when Mrs. W. R. Campbell. - leader, feted the group at the Little House Friday night. During the evening the large entertaining room was the scene of the playing of Christmas games and j exchange of gifts. Yule decorations j were placed throughout the Litile i Mouse. j In the games prizes were pie- : scaled Patricia Wiltinghani and \ Darlcne Feinbrrg. "T'was The Night Before Christ-j C-hnsin mas" quiz was conducted by Mr.s. Campbell with prizes being presented the group. Following the exchange of gilts a midnight snack was served. Mrs. Campbell presented each Scout with a Girl Scout diary. Mrs. Leonard Johnson assisted in serving and directing the evening's entertainment. Heard Wylie Honored Al Yule Drop-In A "Welcome Iwme" party feting Heard Wylie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie. was elvcn yesterday afternoon al the Wylie home on Main. Approximately 25 close Intends of Heard called between the' hours of 3:30 and 5 p.m. to welcome her home from school Tor the holidays. Yule Uric decorations were arranc- rd throughout the home with houghs of holty and tragranccd pine eoncvi placed at intervals. A F sorted party foods were served from the cutwork clothed lea tahlr during the afternoon. A low bowl copiously filled with red carnation.* and greenery centered Hie Inble, For the pa.Kt school semester she lins been a student at Brown moon* School tor Girls, Phoenix, Ariz. Eighteen members and three visitors of the Dorcas Sunday CIIKSS of Calvary Hnptisl Church met last nifrht at the home of Mr.s. Don Aycock for the monthly meeting and also for the annual Christmas party. Miss Dorothy Lee RoUisnn, Mrs. Churles Farris and Mrs. F. A. Stanley were the Rroujj's guests,. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mr.i. Grace Calf I well .\\l- cr which the pie.suloiil, Mr.s. IU'.r- i man Mayt\s. presided over a luii-I | business session. i Mr&. EUeti ConAey gave (lie dc\o-| tionnt follower! by the group singing i "Hock of Ayes." i Mrs M^yr-s led Ihe prayer ol di-s- iiH.SJiai after which a social hour wjis held. A yvuelide trre which twinkled with many colored lights was placed in the room in which the members and gucot-s were sealed lor the cx- chnngc ol fMll.s. During tlie evening Mrs, A. P. Burks and brothers oh and Frank Ashby, have red from Houston. Miss., where ley altcmird (he funeral of their icte, Bobby Harmon, who died o. heart attack Friday morning, Charles digger, TIT, has arrived ome from the University, Fayettc- lle, to he the holiday guest of his arents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Criger. Jr. Mrs. James F. PU'tx-e of Waurika Dkla,, lias rciurncd to ht*r horn fter having visited here as gue.s ' Mrs. C. A. Klnningliam and Mrs errnon II. Adair. While in Blythn itle, Mrs, Pierce was coni[)limentct t a immhcr of social events, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Donald Green p ell and daughter. Donna, of Mem his, arc visiting here as gup.sU o Ir. and Mr.s, Paul Grccmvell imily. Billy Bob and Jack Elliott, bntl •idents a! Arkansas Tech, Russell ille, have arrived to he tin? holida uests of their parents, Mr. am frs. Matt Srri'pgs. Miss Ann Mcl.eod, daughter o Ir, and Airs. Damon McLeod. ha een placed on the honor roll o ""ottey Junior College for Woinei; T evada, Mo. The Llndenwood Choir and Lin ciitt'ood Sextet of Linden woo Allege, St. Charles, Mo,, will pre cut a nation-wide hook-up pro rame originating in St. Louis c, atumry 1. Miss Gay Garriga aughter of Mr, and Mrs, C, W Garrlgiin of Blytheville, will parti- ipfHe. Jack Horner will arrived borne to- ight from Washington and Lee University. I-exmRlon, Va.. whore ie is H .student, to be the holiday i'.cst of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Horner. Mr. Homer will ar- ivc in Memphis by plane nnd will ie Joined hy his parents. Mrs. G. A. Gcorpe nf Luxora, Mr.s. A, G. Shibley and Miss Josephine Shibley spent Monday hi Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Smart and children, Robert and Eleanor Tuck- :r, of Richmond, Va.. arrived Monlay night to he the Yule guests of Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. Miss Bobby Fnyc Mlchale has r\r- rlved home from Ouachita College. Arkadelphia. to be the holiday guest of her parents, Bufonl Young, who ts a student it Southwestern. Memphis, will ar- ive home today to be the guest nf if.s parents during the holidays. He was motored from Memphis by his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Buford I and Mr. and Mr.s, Kenneth Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant F. Stewart. Jr., have arrived from the Univer- [ slty of Arkansas. Fayetteville, where = Mr. Stewart is a student, to he tlie • holiday puests of ^tr. nnd Mr.s. llrv- ; ant F. Stcwnrt, Sr., and Miss Pollv j Stewart, " I Harry C. Fnrr Is the Yule guest , of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rus.sell : C.- Parr; JtnrOalcs, son of Mr. nnd Mr* , James V. Gates, was recently elected recorder of the Sigma Nu fraternity i at Wlllinni Jewell College. Liberty, i Mo., where he is n junior. He is also ! business manager of the Student, i the college pancr, and vice presi- i dent of the William Jewell Players. Jimmy Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe has arrived home from Washington University, St Louis, to be the holiday guest of his parents and family. Lt. and Mrs. John C. Kcefc of El Paso, Texas, have arrived to be the holiday pup,s(s of Mr, and Mrs. Archie Lovelace and family. | Or nnd Mrs. W. F-\ Brewer will motor to Dallas. Tcxfis. tomorrow , Tn bo the holiday gnrsl of Mrs I Firewcr's sisters. They plan to remain a week. 1 Mrs. Pearl Hires will leave In thr I morning for Union City, To.uu.. to ' sneml Ihe liolidays as gvrst of hr 1 daugiuer, Mrs. J. W. Ounn, Mr i Dunn nnd family. Mr.s. John O, Weathers and son i Jimmy of Montgomery, Ala., hav: Theaters Plan benefit Shows To Aid Needy A fpccinl benefit show will be ircsculcd. Thursday at 3:30 a.m. «t Ihe Mox Theater to give lilytlicvilic ^ •)atp In provldliig elfis for tlie city's underprivileged clvildven. Admission to (lie llioatrr will be on presentation o[ a gift ol food, or toys, or cash which will fce used hy the Blythevlllc jaycccs and the Kiwanis Club to provide food and toys tor the children who will !>c gne.sts of Hie two oriianiisilioiui at their Christinas party Sntuicluy morning at the Jiiytce cluhhmisc. Ths pietuie to be .shown at Mox will feature Ann Shirley in "Ann of Windy Poplars." a film which has been recommended for children by the national P.T.A. leader,*!. . A .similar program is planned by the management of the Ritz Theater for Friday morninR. Baptist Circles Conduct County Federation Meet 'fiio County Federation ol Business Women's Circles ol Ba|)tist Churches met Friday night, at Calvary Baptist clinrcli. Aproxiinatcly 75 member* from lilylhcvillc. Lea'»»»•. °*»». and Lux,,, Lake Street WSCS Has Annual Yufetidc Party Thirteen members of '.lie Lake Street WSCS met last nlglu at the Church for the annual Christmas party. Preceding the party a short business meeting was conducted by the president. Mrs. Billy Kliifc, after uhich Mrs. W. L, Grecti gave the devotional In the form of a Christmas story. Following (lie rlovDtional the Ktovp sni\K "There's A Song in the Air" and "Holy Night" followed by prayer which was led by Mrs. Lanza Harrison. A giant t tin centered the inalti table from which Rifts were exchanged during the social Vrnur. Pie and coffee were served by the hostc.sse.s tor the evening, Mrs, J. W. Maloney and Mrs. Billy King. The meeting was presided nccr hy Mrs. Lucian Gainc.s, president ol the Calvary IHVC. during which lime new officers were elected and installed. Those oleelcd were president. Mi's. Howard C.ihhvell, Calvary Church; first vice-president, Mrs Gatncs, CaKary Church; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Lee Powell, Calvary church; mission study chairman. Mrs. Hattie Grimes Manila church; campaign secretary, Mr.s. Annie Holt, First Baptist; program chairman, Mrs Paul Hay Luxora; community mission studj chairman, Mr.s. John Doyle. Oscco- hi. literature chairman, Mrs. Louis Good son. Manila; slewardshii chairman, Dr. Edna Mies, Pirs Baptist, promotion chairman, Mrs Ira Blackwood, Manila. The treasurer reported {25 ha< been sent to the naptisl Stale Hos pilal in Little Rock for supplies (or the crippled children's ward. Twelv dollars has wen rent for the Bap list Honor Club. O[(ls were brought by the mem bers lo he sent to the 60 childrci t the Bottoms Orphanage, Monti ello. As each member entered .sh )laced her gift under the bedcckf 'hristmas tree in the meeting roo: where the dinner was also server •ictuis and programs made of silvc bells were distributed among th members. Ill the program following th osineii.s meeting Mrs. Hatt: Grimes of Manila nnd Mrs. Burr o Osceola. participated. During the evening of informa entertainment Christmas carols wer arrived to be the Yule guests of Mrs. Weathers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smith, They will be Joined by Mr. Weathers Christinas Eve. R. B. Caurtle, who has been confined to his home for the past 10 davs, has been removed to Campbell's Clinic. Memphis. His condition Is unchanged. Judge and Mrs. Hotntid Green of Rlythevillc and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. PigE EI ml daughter. Miss Evelyn Jean Pipg. nf Osoeola, will attend 13IB wedding of M'ss Betty Jean Wunderlich to William Holland Rachels tonight at the Union Avenue Baptist Church in Memphis They will also attend the reception at the University Club. Jim Tom Weathers arrived home Sunday morning from the University of Arkansas to be the Yuletidc pucst of his parents, Mr. and Mrs H. C. Weathers. Mrs- Hnttie Potter, who has beer a patient at Doonevjlln. is spending the Christmas holidays wilt her daughter. Mrs. Garland Trammel at BasseLt. .' The next quarterly meeting wi c held in Le.ichvillc March 9. owlston Music 'upils Presented n Annual Recital Folly pupils of the Fowlslon clioo) of Music were prc.spiileil last i«lit at the llish School Anditorl- in Hi the annual Christmas Recital. The program of piano and vccal llisic leatilred two ami four piano umbers. In the final number at, our pianos were Donald Miuhie, x>Ls smith. Geneva Bruce and Nan- Hamilton, playing's Gollisvogs Cake Walk." 'Hie chriMmas Overture hy Doug- is Macl/'iin, played as a duct by :arol Ann Holt and Kay Johc, oji- ned the recital. During tlie recital, another Gini.stmas suns. Fred SVnrine's av- anj:ctiicnt o[ "The Nielli Urfoie ClirLstmas" was sung by Harry Frit- jus, Jr. Others on the recital program were: HardinK and Edn-in Cure. Richard Slrubhar, Dewayne Miller. 'atricia Ann FVnvLstoti, Amtn Lou Forsylh, Nan Miller, Linda Rayeid. Jimriiie Kennedy, .innot Taylor, Martha Loe Hurt, Gwendolyn Rhoadcs. Dova Bernice Wylie, Eva Lee Graven. Carmilita Hindi, Pat Holder, Miirlha Ann Bean. Marilyn Make-Up Set Ends Clutter In Handbag : This leen-nger's way ol coping ' with handbag duller is to use a compact lo \vhich an casy-lo- pull-out lipstick is attached. It) Alicia liarl NKA Slaff Writer Al'.s'ays diving into the bottom of you]' handbag in .search of thai Urtes wnclo'n" posvcllT MaVtlia Co- elusive lipstick? icon'Shi!ley Whiltner. Billy 1,-tos. Tlie w.iy.s out of that dilemma ,» Milly Ann Bradley, Pat Parllow, to carry one ancliored to your corn- Dorothy Louise Powell. Jimmy Cal- I«>''t. len.s, Judy Cohoon. Sue Jofce. Belly j If a timely hint io Santa puts one Lee'oarrctl,, Emily Sue Damon, ill j of piano numbers. Voice students included Delores Ann Adams, jeannctte Woodward and Geneva Bruce. Home types of radio traiumlttlnK lubes arc gold plated to In-jreaae heir clilclcncy at high frequency operation. LOOKS more expensive than the E. R. Mason enierUilmnB with dessert bridge at the Haincs home complimenting Miss Anne Wecri- man, 8 p.m. 20th Century Club meets at Hut for Christmas dance. Hosts ant! new lipstick and compact UflUS ill your Christmas .sock, you can. consider yourself lucky on two counts. The two ac- ce^sfHtes make a handsome team, which any pirl is proud to pull out of her handbag. The tnndem makes it easier lo find the elusive lipstick atirl at Lhc same time provides ft convenient mirror for applying it, Trick feature of this gadget which girls will like Ls that the compact opens when the lipstick pulls out. s;ife Civir Calendar Tuesday C. and N. Dlrtbday Clnh mec with Mr.s. Charley I.ntps at 7 p.m. Mrs. Murray McNaffnrv cnierta the YM club with a Yule parly 7 p.m. The American I.cpion Auxllia meets at the H"t at 7:30 p.m Wednesday Sunday School Christmas parly of First Presfovtcrian Church will be held at the al 7 p.m. RecenUon at Womans Club [mm 7 to 9 p.m. honoring Miss Anne Wcedman, bride-elect of Edward Ellsworth Smith. Hostesses. Mrs. Wliitncv Moroan. Mrs. Grncly Masce Miss Polly Stcwiirt. Miss Geneva Shibley. Mis.s Barhara Cnlli- son. Miss Nancy Partlnw. Miss Virginia Swearengcn and Miss Jane Sliellon. Tlmrstlay Mrs. Harry W. Kuintus and Mrs hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. Hames j «r,sed .the metal ert g e «>r the lipstick Crook Dr and Mrs. James C. Guard. | keeps the hd of the compact firmlj Mr. and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mr. and j locked and the powder Mr.s. Worth Holder and Mr. and from spillage. Mis. Jimmy Edwards. Christmas party-luncheon honors Thursday Rook Club at the home of Mrs. Richard Pritchard. Nu Phi Mu Yule parly at Sycamore House at 7 p.m. Saturday Miss Anue Weedinan will become the bride of Edward Smith In n ceremony to be performed at 10:00 a.m. at Vhe First Methodist Church. At The Hospitals m.VTIlKVlU.K HOSPITAL Dismissed: Carey Lon^s. city. Michael K. Yates, city. E. C. Duvall. city. WAM.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. U O. Kelly and baby, Rt. 2 «tc*!C«ie 1 <'«i«'<««««'4;«'<! V V V s Sf •a v.' K «, r y w K y y v y I . » K I 5f- 81 H K ' y K ! V n : V K y fi K New Shipment Just Arrived! NYLON A New and Practical Gift That Tops the List in Popularity Throughout the Nation your pocket-prom! plate nnd Iced punch. 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