The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 22, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Pre-Nuptial Reception Fetes Miss Wecdmaii White and silver was the chosen color scheme of the reception given at the Woman's Ciub last night honoring Miss Anne Weedman, who will become the bride of I-"ri\v:ird Ellsworth Smith, of DoneHen, N.J., Saturday flt 10:00 a.m. Hostesses for the affair wcic Mrs. Whitney Morgan. Mr.s. Grudy Magee, Miss Nancy Partlow, Miss Polly Stewart, Miss Barbara Cnllison, Mis-s Geneva Shiblcy, Miss Virginia Swearengcn and Miss Jane Shclton. Carrying out the chosen color scheme were the silver wrapped hells suspended from the iciclcd chnndcltcrs. Masses »f silver leaves in which were interspersed rrd oiui- dlps burning in < ivsta] holders banked the mantel. Cenlerinn the mantel was n single prjmsrcllia -set in a low, silver wrapped bowl. Further repeating the chosen color scheme was the low silver wrapped bowl holding a mlnatiire poinscttia flanked by lighted white tapers topping the piano* Resting on the side mirrors and at intervals throughout the room were complimenting silver bells. Assorted party foods utre served from the lace draped refreshment table during the evening- Centering the table was a low bowl (com which brimmed red carnations ant! fern. Completely encircling thp base of the bowl were loops of greenery. Double branched candelabra holding lighted white tapers were placed at either etid. Silver services and other table apjioini- menls were in complement. Receiving the guests who called from 7 to 8 p.m. were Miss Geneva Shlbley, Mrs. Magee, the guest of honor, the honorec's mother, Mrs. Harry Edwin Weed man and Stewart. Receiving from 8 to 9 p.m. were Mrs. Magee, Miss Weed man. Mrs. Weedman and Miss Shelton. Miss Weedman wore for the occasion R gray satin two piece frock •Kith brown accessories. I f er d ress was tightly closed to (he waist by miriature buttons ant! completed •with knotted pearls. She pinned at her waist, a gift corsage of gar- .denlas set in heart shaped loops. In complement to the bridal theme. Presiding at the refreshment table from T to 8 were Miss Partlow and Mrs. Morgan. Miss Swearengen and Miss Cullison presided from 8 to 9 p.m. During the evening Miss Wetd- iran-.was presented a white blanket from her hostesses, • • * 125 Guests Attend Yulticle Dance One of the largest Yule dance. of the season complimenting mnn bers of .the high schcol set \ViL given Tuesday night when Alber Fairfi.eld, Murray Smnrt, Lnrry Ba ker, Bob Blotf^ctt Rn( j j ( >hn Wilk: entertained 155 guests nt the Wo. man's Club. Multi-lined balloons Montccl ii profusion from the ccilinp of tin rooms in which the evening wn. Rpent. Ijoops of cedar and nundinal berries were nrmisscd on the nmn tel with golden pine cones and fi boughs resting on the lace drapw dining table. Silver candelabra hold ing lighted red tapers flanked th refreshment centerpiece. Looped around the walls of th rooms were red and green crepe pa per entwined in tiny chains. Mothers of each of the hos 'with the exception of Mrs. Pairfield M!SS MKHKY CHRISTMAS OK uc; I.AKI: ISLAND—MISS Dixie •"ayo Killian, daughter of Mi 1 , nnd Mis. Itobert KlHian, of Manila was Candlelight Supper Fetes Heincmann Personnel A candlelight buffet supper in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble Tuesday night honored 25 employes of Hclnemann's Department Store Host.s and hostesses were Mrs, J Heincmann, Mrs. George Heinc- mann and Miss Helen Heincmann Clusters of poliuettns flanked by burning tapers Ughied th e buffet fi'om which supper was served. Tiny Mine logs centered with lighted candles topped the individual tables at which the guests were seated. centerpieces were later presented ns favors. Complementing Christmas scenes were placed throughout the rooms, Following the group exchange of sifls they \vcre presented gilts from the Heinetnann's. The remainder of the evening ',vns siienl infornially. Out of tnivn guests from Jonesboro In addition to the host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs Jack Collins. Mrs. Wheeler Hostess Bits of News "lis, 1WUL1 I {\ljllilll, 1)1 iMillmll Wilft ff \f . • •eccntly selected for Ihis honor byj'Or T arbro HD Party ho lAoas Club and Parent-Tcaclicrs \ssoclation at a benefit party given o raLe funds for the annual Good- eltows Drive. Hforc than $1001) was raised to mrcha.xc food alon;; with 500 iwunds tf caudy and oilier yifU> (o be dis- fibntcd by the lioy and Girl Scouts n cooperation with the American ./cgion anci Jayeees. Mis:; Killian is a junior in the "Manila High School. Vliss Berry Announces ler Wedding Plans Miss Waiula Berry, rtaughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Berry of Keu- nett. is today making known the olans for her marriage Lo Roland Jtshop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bishop of Blytheville. The 3 p.m. ceremony will he said ";hrislnms Day at the First Rapist Church with the Rev. E. C. Brown 'officiating. A musical program will be presented by L. T. Moore, Jr.. organist •md Mrs. Betty Ciill of Kennell. •ocalist. Van Berry of Kennett, uncle of in of hnnor and only attendant will he Miss Naomi Traylor of Kcnnctt. Harmon Taylor will serve as man. Joe Warren and Jack C. Owens will be ushers. Immediately following the cere molly Mr. Bishop and his bride wll leave on a southern vveckiiii!* trip The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club's annual Yule party was given Tuesday afternoon in (| )e Kizn Vhceler home when Mrs. Wheeler a.s hostess to the group. The meeting -party was opened rith the singing of Christmas car- ils after which Mrs. Dave Abbntt :avc the devotional which was lak- •n Iroin Luke Hth chapter. Mrs. Wheeler read the poem Christmas Eve Is Coming" followed >y the story, "Why The Chimes RiiiK" which was told by Mrs n A. Jiugg. Mrs. Walter Barnes told 1 Christmas In other lands Following a brief business mcet- ng the group exchanged sifts from mdcr (he Christmas tree. Party Camcs were played aflcr which the club presented Mrs. Spencer Bunch retiring president, and Mrs. Wheeler retiring secretary, with gifts. Mrs. Wheeler, assisted by her daughter. Mrs. Monroe served the buffet styled refreshments during the afternoo the bride, will give the bride marriage. Attending as maid n. who arrived in Blytheville today from Little Rock, for the holidays, served .fls chaperons. Out of town guest was Bob Smart. of Richmond, Va. Dinner-Dance Honors Dell Junior Class They will make their home in Blytheville. 85 Attend Yule Party I'eting Chevrolet Group The Mirror llciom of Hotel Noble was the setting last night for n dinner dance given by (he Sullivan- Nelson Chevrolet Company complimenting the personnel. Eighty-five guests attended the affair. Preceding the evening's dancing to music furnished by Ted Fisher 3iHl his orchestra n three, course dinner was served. The guests were ^seated nt long table.s which were overlaid with white cloths and cen- Icrcd at intervals with pine cones • Yarbro WSCS Has Yuletide Party Mrs. Elza Wheeler was to members of the Varbro WSCS and two guests, Mrs. Gerald Wheeler and Mrs. Monroe Besharse, Monday night. The meeting was opened with the devotional which was given by Mrs Johnny Johnson followed by the poem. "If Christ Had Not Been Born" given by Mrs, Walter names. "Young in Faith" was the title' of the story which was told by Mrs. Jimmy Hemby. In the social hour following group gifts were exchanged by "secret sisters" whose Identity was Inter made knoxvn. During the evening Mrs. wheeler served refreshments. The Rev. and Mrs. Grorgfi W. Patterson of Corinth. Mi-ss., were the overnight guest. 1 * Tu&sciay of Mr and Mr.s. J. C. EHLs, The Rev. at"i Mrs, Patterson came especially foi the funeral of AJbert R. Beck! mm of Cooler whlcli Mr. PaUerson ton- ducted. Dr. and Mis. J. H. Oxman am children, David, Sosan and Steven will arrive Frittay from Melbourne N. J. to be the holiday guests of Mis. Oxmnn's parents, Mr. and J H, Ciear. MLS.S 1-nura Sv.'i\in arrived home la-st night from Washington University, St. LouLs, to be the holiday gue.sts of her parenUs, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Golladay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Golladay met her in Cape Girardenu. The {•roup \\i\\ leave Saturday tor Hitt- tie.slnirg, Mi-ss., to nuerid a family reunion. Laler they will join r group for Biloxi, Mt r -s., for scvcra days of deep .sea fishing. . Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson arc leaving today for Winston Salem, N. C., to spend the holiday. ;».s guests of Mr.s. Robinson's niolh or, Mr.s. F, J. McCarthy and sister Mia. Charles M, Gerrakl and Mr Gcrrard. Miss Anne Weedman and finn Edwards Ellsworth Smith, anivcc ye.sterdny from Baton Rouge, £-a for several days visit with Mi Woodman's parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry R. Weedman and family They will be married Saturday a 10 a.m. in the First Methodts Church. Cnpt. GeoiKe E. Crass, Jr., arrive today from Sacramento, Calif., to b the holiday of hLs parcnL Mr. and Mrs. George, Sr., Mrs Coss i.s spending several days i Conway with her father and wi arrive hi Blytheville Christmas Ev for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Crow wi arrive ChrLvttna.s Day to be the guej of Mr. Cros. 1 !' parents, Mr. and Mr George Cross, Sr., and Mrs. Cras. sister, Mrs. C. C. Denton and M Dcnton. Mr. and Mrs. Crow, aj students at the University of Av, Fayettcille. Mrs. is tl former MbvS Sue Ro\ss of Fort Smit Mrs. J. A. Ltickelt and Miss Ne Lucked me in Helena where tb will spend the holidays as gues of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Luckctt ai family. Dr. ;inil Mrs. Ralph Odley ru daughters, Harriet Ann anci Elni Blythc, of Lexington, Ky., are holiday quests of Mrs. Odley's parents, Mr. and Mis. Virgil Greene. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and Jr., and son Charles 111, of Dothan, Ala., wilt be the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray, Sr. Miss Betty Bryan of Seattle. 'Wash., now a student at William Woods College, Fulton. Mo., arrived Wednesday night to spend the holt- .cJay.s as guest of Miss ^Ella Bryan. accqm- Earl S. TirURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1949 Corning Events Civic Calendar Thursday Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. R. Mason entertaining with desert bridge at the Halnes home omplimentlng Miss Anne Weed- nan, 8 p.m. 20th Century Club meets at Hut or Christmas dance. Hosts and are Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Jrook, Dr. and Mrs James C. Guard. Tr. and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mr. and Irs. Worth Holder and Mr. and Irs. Jimmy Edivard.s. Christmas party-luncheon honors Thursday Rook Club at the home f Mrs Richard PritchaixL u Phi Mi] Yule party at Sycamore louse at 7 p.m. Trlday Mrs. E. B, Wood.son and Miss Bety Woodson honor Miss Anne Weed- nan, bride- elect of Edward E. Smith, with coffee at 10 a.m. at VoocEson home on Chicka-sawba. Saturday Anne Weedmnn will become he bride of Edward Smith in a ci-pmnny to be performed at 10:00 •m. at the First Methodist Church Sunday Wanda Berry will wed Ro- Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs I'hone 220 and Bishop at the First Baptist Church at 3 p.m. At The Hospitals nhthrilllc' Hospital llsmlsscil: Mrs. L M. Speck, Frenchman's Bayou. Marvin Northcotl. city. Geneva McKee. City. Walls Hospital IHsmlssed: Mrs J. T. Jones and baby, city. . Grimes, and baby, Mrs. Billy Luxora. Mrs. Robert Cecil and baby, L ora. Mrs. Robert Cecil and baby, Steele. Tony Waller. Steele. Mrs. H, W. House. Rt. 3 About 85 percent of the president 1 , or the United States have been ol English. Welsh, scotch or Scotch- Iris)] extraction. Kansas Is by far the greatest wheaf.slhle in the union, producing nearly twice as much as its and holly loops. ' j jf Following dinner the group ex- j y changed gifts after which the coin- i ^ pany presented each with a bag of silver dollars. This prcsenation is made on the years employment .scale. Immediately following tills thr remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Frani; Nelson, en-owner of the Members of the Junior Class of; company was presented a gilt from : s; Dell High School entertained with! (he pinup. ,V a formal dinner-dance in the Mir- j Oi't of (own guests attending were ' y ror Room of Hotel Nobie Monday • \t r nnd Mrs V V Vawler and ' V n '6ht. i j.i r nm ] j,i rs R E Bhike of Jones- i ^ Centering the long table at winch - dnv,-. i r» the members were seated for the two | course dinner preceding the evening's dancing was a low bowl from which brimmed white roses and; greenery. Assorted hucd caniilen were placed throughout the rocm. Complementing ynic scenes were .seen at intrevals in the room. Immediately following dinner the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Guests for the affair were Mr. THE GIFT SUPREME The United States' urea is 3,- iiearc:.t competitor—North Dakota i 01^.387 siiuare miles, including the I District of Columbia and 45.25r> ; square mius of inland water. ! nnd Mrs. A. E. Caldwcll. Mrs. Vlr- einia Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. W. T Stewart nr.d Mi^s Molly Guard. L . T. Mnorc, Jr.. is sponsor of the Friday, Dec. 23 ADMISSION: Bring fruit, o can or package of food or a toy to help fill baskets to be distributed to the needy on Christmas. THEATRE TICKET GIFT BOOKS $2.50—On Sale at Roxy Office. and Moss Bryan. She panied to Blytlicville by KnotHz of Kansas City. Mrs. Koont/, aas ix?cn visiting here with her brother and sister. Miss Bryan nnd Mr. Bryan, for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hawkins nnd Mrs, Kawkin's sister. Mrs. lesby Thomas, will hrvve ns their holiday guests the latter's tun daughters, Mrs. Roy C. Turner, Jr.. Mr. Turner and their son. Roy, Til. Read Courier News Want Ads all of McCoy, Ark., and Mrs. J. tl McGovern, Mr. McGovcrn and son Jerry. Jr.. ot St. Louis. Mo. J. Tyer Nash, father of J. Louis Nash of Illylheville, and Thoma L. Nash, an uncle, both from Wcs Point, Miss., arrived here today t< spend tiie Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Nash. Mr. Nash Ills father and uncle in Memphi today anci brought them to Blytht ville. Mrs. Wilma Bell and son. Jimmy o( Okmulgee. Okla., will arrive tomorrow to spend the Christmas holidays with her sister, Mrs. F. B ! Joyncr and family. . ! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Websler of Dur- i ham. N.C., arc spending the holiriav season here with his futlier, Walter Webster. Mrs. Webster arrived Monday and will be joined by her husbnnd on Saturday. Mrs. Paul Wallace and children. Paul franklin and Diana, of Delah- ney. On., are here to spend the holidays \vith Mrs. Irene Wallace an' 1 Mrs. B. F. Lofflln. Mr. Wallace will jnin the group Christmas Day. Social Notes Mrs. Melvin Mydland entertained her bridge club Tuesday night. Members enjoyed a pot-luck sup- ix?r before the games. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jack Warren and Mrs. J. D. Stafford. A Christmas party, with husbands a.s guests, and an exchange of gifts followed. The Tuesday night bridge club with members' husbands as guests had Its Christmas party at the Rones River House. A fried chicken supper wa.s served. The lodge was decorated In the yulclide motif. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Zohner have a.s their guests at Glen's Steak House Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner. The Merry Matrons Bridge Club vas entertained in the home of Mrs. ,ee Peer.son Friday afternoon. Mrs. *. A. Lee was a specia tguest. Holl- iay decorations were used through- ut the house and party plates were erved as refreshments. Prices went o Mrs. Bernard De Lisle, Mrs. T. A. Lee. Mrs. Arthur Drerup and Mrs. .eo Killian. Dinner of Mr. and Mrs. iarold Young Monday were Howard *hris!er of New Madrid. Mrs. Matie Afdridgc. J. B. McCord and Mr. md Mrs. Francis Teroy and son, lanrial. The Truman Club had IU hristmaj party and a pot-luck dinner at (lie Twin-Oaks CaJe Thursday. Gifts were exchanged by nembcrs, but most of the session occupied with packing of gifts veterans in Kennedy General iospital in Memphis. Home marie :andy. fruit cake and cookies, and cigarettes coinnrLsed the larger portion of the gifts. Members of the Pinochle Club had heir Christmas party Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Teroy. Prizes went to Bernard Reeker, Mrs. Harold Young. Vincent Reeker and Mrs. C. C. Fuller. After exchange of gifts, the hostess served a parly plate and coffee. Mrs. A. B. Merritt entertained Tuesday with a luncheon In honor of her mother, Mrs. L. B. Powell of Denver, Colo., who celebrated her birthday at that time. Those attending Included Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Powell of Lake County, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Poxvell and family. Mrs. Posvell received giiLs during the afternoon and was visited by friends from Caruthersvilte. Mrs. Robert Barkovitz and Mrs. Allen swilley attended the annual PEO Christmas party In Bcrnle, Mo., nesday night in Ihc home of Mrs. Sally Dees. Bobby BnllingUm accompanied them there to spend the evening with Sonny Dees. The New Madrid County sub- district Methodist Youth Fellowship will hold its next meeting In Port- agcville on Jan. 9. Gene Adcock, a student at Cape Girardeau State College, was one of, students initiated into the Webster Society hist week. Louis Griffy of Marston was also received as Mrs. new member. Hubert Milcm entertained the Tuesday afternoon Bridge Club and two guests, Mrs. Grover Meatte and Mrs. Arthur Drerup, at her home tills week. Prizes went to Mrs. T. A. Lee and Mrs. T. C, Plnkley, Si-. Mr. and Airs. T. C. Pinkley, Sr., attended open house in Carulliers- ville Sunday afternoon when Mrs. j Annie Barhehn was honored on her 37 birthday. Teachers I'arty Members of the Teachers Associa- tion of the Portageville school en Joyed a Christmas dinner at Olcn'j Steak House Thursday evening After the dinner Ihe group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher where gifts were exchanged and group singing was enjoyed Roy Moore, Jess Abernathy and Oliarle* Fisher were guests. . .Mrs. Kubanks Honored Mrs. Dick DcLLsle, assisted by her daughter. Mrs. Norman Tad, entertained Thursday with a larcivcll party for Mrs. Elmer Eubanks who has moved to Blytheville. Gitesta included Mr.s. Fred Unterkirshncr, Mrs. R. L. Buchannan, Mrs, W W Howard, Mrs. Herman Scott, Mrs] Mildred DC Llsle,\irs. Ralph Hawkins, Mr.s. Lee Workman and Miss Virginia Cronan. Mrs. Eubanks was presented a gift and refrcshnientj were served. Connecticut's name comes frornT the Indian word "Quoncctecut" meaning Jong river. Show Starts 7:00 Box Oiricc Oppns B: Bargain Night Every Ni Nu [lasses huuun'rf nn Sunday at The KOXY Thursday <S Friday Selected Short Subjects THKATIlfi TICKET CJIFT HOOKS S2.50— On Sale at UDXJ- Office Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Slarls 2:00 10:00 a.m. [2:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m LISTEN TO KLON Vhursday & Friday r 60LO< BREATH-TAKING? 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