The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1966 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 23, 1966
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r Pt|c Four - Blytttvffla (Ark.) Courier N«WJ - fridty. IXetmbtr », MM >' , — Society News — Donna Smith, Society Editor JhoM PO 3-4461 CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY —Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byrn recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in Caruthersville. 50th Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated by Byrns Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byrn celebrated their 5'Oth wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 18> in the Sacred Heart School Hall in Caruthersville. They were married in the Sa cred Heart Rectery. The serving table, covered with a white linen cloth, was centered with a two-tiered cake, decorated with yellow roses and topped with a gold 50, flanked by crystal candelabra hslding gold tapers. A crystal punch service and a silver coffee service was at either end. Cake, coffee, punch, nuts and mints were served by Misses Cathy and Joyce Byrn. Many gifts, among them a money tree and a pot of yellow gladioli, ; were placed on a table, covered with a gold clath, with photos of Mr. and Mrs. Byrn fifty years ago and new. Mrs. Albert Byrn, of Three 'Rivers, Mich., presided at a gold colored guestbook at a small table, covered with a white cloth and centered with a single gold candle. Souvenir bookmarks, with Letitia and Walter, 1916-1966, printed in gold on one side and an appropriate Bible verse. on the other- were given to the approximate 100 guests wh» called throughout the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Byrn are the parents of three children, Mrs. John Dale, Cauthersville; Mrs. Lorin Gregory, Mascoutah, 111.; and Albert Byrn, Three Rivers, Mich. They have 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. They are members of Sacred Heart Church and have lived in Perniscot County practically all their married life. Out-of-town guests were Mt. and Mrs. Lorin Gregoy and sons, Joe and Eddie, Mascoutah, HI.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Byrn and daughters, Cathy, Jane and Joyce, Three Rivers, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Geilhausen and son Mark, the only great grandchild present, Three Rivers. Mich.; Mrs. Mary Web- ste, Mrs. Mytfe Banes, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kellems, Agnes Fisher, Florence Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kellems Mrs. Harbert Hudgens, Mrs. Tom Buys, Mrs. Frank Collins, Steele Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Byrn, Oak Ridge .comnasiity; Mrs. Bowen Travis, Micola. JH0rrj| (Christmas Here's wishing yon the long-lasting happiness of an old-fashioned Yule! y 311 W. Main Oft Ph. PO 3-3549 Late Shoppers Gift Suggestions III House Slippers Priced Handbags §4 Many Styles Priced L S-l 99 $4 99 I To 99 $fi 99 To 0 Shoe Shine $A 50 Kits Priced £ To $g 99 Hosiery — Knee Socks — Men's Socks. Quality Footwear for the Family! siiiiBiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniBiiiffliiiiiiBiiiiiii 1 Kts of News] I moitfu personal Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila has been dismissed from St. Joseph's Hospital in Mem- phi where she underwent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frame left yesterday for Los Angeles to spend the holidays with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sam Handley. Miss Nancy McKinnon arrived from St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind., t» spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKinnon of Manila. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Owen will arrive today from Washington, D. C., to spend the holidays with her sister, Mrs. Fred Fleeman, and Mr. Fleeman and their mother, Mrs. Ben Matthews. Miss Minnie Lee Jones and Rev. and Mrs. Lyn W. Bounds will leave Poplar Bluff Christmas Day for two weeks in California. Their daughter Sherry will join them in Oklahoma where they will visit Rev. Bounds' parents. In California they will visit Mrs. Bounds parents, her sister and family and son and family. Rev. Bounds is the former pastor »f the Church of the Nazarene in Blytheville.. Episcopal's To Have Eve Services Christmas Eve services at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at 11 p.m. will feature a Festival Eucharist. At the organ will be Mrs. Roger Pearson who studied at Vorthwesttrn University and at Southwestern in Memphis. All music is under the direc- ;ion of Mrs. Robert Swan. The Rev. John Symonds, pastor, will sffer a word of greeting and celebrate Holy Communion. Rev. Dr. Arthur William Krumbach Jr. will assist Mr. Symonds. Christmas Day services at 11 a.m. at the church will conist of morning prayer and greetings. This is the annual family service. At 12:10 a.m. will be Holy Communion, and at 2 p.m. communion will be given by Reverend Symands at Blytheville Air Force Base Chapel. A solo will be sung by Mrs. Donna Swan. Miss Cathy Whitakcr Miss Whitaker Is Chosen Miss Cathy Whitaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whitaker of Wilson, will represent Northeast Arkansas as Miss Personality in the state Junior Miss Pageant in Little Rock on Dec. 27-30. The Junior Miss contest is designed to promote scholarship, leadership, citizenship and per- onality development. Miss Whitaker was a district winner in the Jonesboro contest at Arkansas State College on October 15. Together with being chosen Miss Personality, she was also one of the five girls chosen to represent her town at the state pageant. Cathy is active in school and community affairs. She is a member of the student council, president ef the Senior high mixed chorus, vice - president of the future teachers of America, and was chosen friendliest, best-all-round, and most popular in the Who's Who Contest. She has served as pianist at First Baptist Church for the past four years, and is director of the Junior Choir. For her talent number in the state pageant, Cathy will do a vocal solo She has represented her town several times in talent contests and the Memphis area. Presbyterian WOC Meets The general meeting of WOC of First Presbyterian Church met Monday in the social room of the church. Mrs. Sam Black, president, presided over the business meeting and the hostess for the social hour were Mrs. Ed Kice. Mrs. Burt Shields and Mrs. Fred Western. Mrs. Jim Tompkins was in charge of the program. She presented a film and discussed the emphasis for December. Joy gift envelopes were pas- ed out and each member pinned their own to a small Christmas tree. MarshmaHow«ft,fe'»>ln!neas a powder puff...they're simply superfor boudoir toziittAndvifhatafabulousselectiori " cfyummyshades. GAINES-WRIGHT SHOES 219 W. Main St. BHS Raises Money For Mission Students of Blytheville High School held their annual Christmas Talent Show Wednesday at 9:15 in the school auditorium. Students presented various ialent numbers for the rest of the school and guests. Approximately $138 was raised for me Mississippi County Union Mission. Masters of ceremonies were Eddie Pharo and Mike Smith. NOW YOU CAN MATCH HAIRSPRAV to the fragrance you're wearing. CapU'aque fleft) is beautifully scented in fragrances to match Guerlata's flve great classics, n addition it gives the hair a lovely sheen while holding it firmly in place. Also just m time for thf fragrance gift demands of the holiday season (right), is a seent inspired by today's woman. This is the blend that embodies everj nuance of the elusive magic that makes for a great perfume. Baptist Children Have Party The Calvary Baptist Church kindergarten class entertained their parents at a party Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The games and refreshments had been planned and prepared by the children. Christmas cookies were served with Christmas punch. The children sang several songs for the parents and then presented them with gifts and cards they had made. Their father's gift was a pen: cil container and their mother's gift was a cookie jar. Wednesday the children had their own party at which they exchanged gifts. Teacher of the class is Mrs. John Lamb; assisting with the parties were Mrs Raymond Griham and Mrs. Roland Reinhardt. THEATRE Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA STARTING TIME Mon. • Fri. — 7:30 P.M. Sat.— 2:30- 7:30 P.M. Sunday — Continuous Showing From 2 P.M. FRIDAY & SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE # 80S2T STARS «-,SOBERTPATRICK KXtEIFRISEKSSWILLZENS ••••••••••«••*•••••••• PLUS Kindergarten Has Parties Students of Mrs. Ralph Nichols kindergarten celebrated the Christmas season this week with parties. The rooms were decorated with poinsettias, Santa Claus and his reindeer, and a Christmas tree. The children exchanged gifts and. refreshments of Christmas cookies and drinks were served. Carols were sung and Santa Claus paid the children a visit. After Santa left, films were shown. Golden Age Club Has Yule Party The Golden Age .. Club met this week for their Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Mslly Kinningham. There were 18 members and five guests, Mrs. Ray Johnston, Miss Irene Crowder, Mrs. Ann Lombardi and daughter and Miss Gina Lyn Lippzer, present. The home was elaborately decorated in the Christmas theme. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Crowder assisted in the making of the decorations and Mrs. Kinningham presented each member and guest with a favor. After dinner was served, gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Emily Connell, president presided over the meeting and gave a Christmas prayer. Mrs. Crowder, Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. Johnson assisted in serving The next meeting will be at the nursing home in January. Count on simmering turkey giblets for two to three hours if you want them to be really ten- Ider. Use the giblets, cut up, in gravy; or chop them and mix with hard-cooked egg and mayonnaise for a sandwich filling. There's a special gadget that will remove the core - centers from grapefruit halves, but kitchen scissors will also do a good job. The centers may be filled with grenadine and the grapefuit served as a first course or dessert. Heat corn syrup with grated orange rind and pour over cooked sliced sweet potatoes. Bake in a moderate oven for 2(1 to 30 minutes or until the potatoes are glazed. Baste several times during the baking. BLUE GRASS and MEMOIRS CHERIE FRAGRANCE SPRAYS Two ways to wish her a Merry Christmas and a romantic New Year—with a bouquet of fragrance in these Z\i oz. spray bottles that contain no added propellant. Each 5.00, in a glittering gift box: Rothrock's Drug Railroad and Main Sti. Downtown BlythevilU Baking apple dumplings? Before you wrap the pastry around each apple, fill the core cavities with guava or currant jelly. If you are In the market lor a heavy saucepan or two, you might consider buying heavy (hotel-weight) aluminum sauce pans. Such a pan may often be used instead of a double boiler; for this use low heat U usually required. 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