|)I.;(;KMHEK I3LVTHKVJJJ,K CO UK IKK NK\VS Mrs. Howard C. Stelling Honored at Tea Yesterday Mrs. Howard C. Etellitig, wife of the new commanding officer ntDly- Iheville Army Air Field, was 'complimented yesterday afternoon when members of the Officers' Wives club entertained with a' musical tea between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock. The Officers club at the .base had been transformed ' into n Christmas scene ns Ihe setting tor the Informal affair, attended' by approximately 200 guests, limited to wives of officers. . • An all white and silver motif was used at the lea table, where white rosebuds and silver leaf fern fir- langed in a silver bowl nnci flanked with slender white tapers In silver candelabra formed the ceti- Serpiece. Tea ami coffee, together Vfilh assorted party foods, were .served by Mrs. \V. M. Scales aiid Mrs. John T. Rushion. A musical program presented during the afternoon featuring' SclRt. Walter Terry, vocalist, mid members of the •Hlytheville Army Air Field orchestra. Mrs. Stelling, who recently ar-' I'lvcd here from Albany, Oa., is the former Miss Helen Wainwriuhi, two lime Olympic swimming champion, i •• . „ . Christmas Banquet Given The annual Christmas banquet for members of the Gleaners Class of First Baptist, Sunday School ; was given Monday night at the'church. Mrs. Marvin crittenrien scrvcd'as toastmistress for the affair, which was attended by 25 class members and five guests including Mrs. B. C. Brown. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Mrs. Russell Fair and Mrs. George M. Lee. The U-shaped banquet table was decorated with miniature Christmas trees, silver bells,- red berries and sprays of holly, while the table irom which the buffet dinner was served was covered with n cutwork cloth and was lighted with red Christmas candles. Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the invocation, followed by a vocal solo by Mrs. Tipton, "Poor Little Jesus". Mrs. Lloyd Stiekmon gave a reacl- Injf, "Why the Chimes Rang", followed by a piano solo by Mrs, C. M Smart, "Christmas Fan'tasia". A trio composed of Mrs. Farr, Mrs, Lee and Mrs. Tipton sane two numbers, "The Lost Chord", and "The First Noel", and Mrs. E. R Wocdson gave a toast to the guest. 1 ;, with the response given by Mrs. Brown. A toast to the teacher was Given by Mrs. Joe Effing, with the response Iry Mrs. Bishop, at>d the group singing of "Silent Night", followed by Ihe benediction by Mrs: J. P. Friend concluded the program. .Members of the decorating committee were Mrs'. J. W. ''RaydeV; Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs Lloyd Stickmon, witti Mrs. T. W. Jcf- leries. Mrs. Woortson and Mrs. W. J. WmuterUcli in charge of the menu. Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. G. S. Barnes was hostess to members of the Bi-Monthly Bridge Club yesterday afternoon, entertaining at her home on West Walnut Street. Included among the playcr.s were four guests Mrs W. C. Calcs, Mrs. Edwin Robinson Mrs. Wnlker Baker and Mrs. E. D. High score prize for the afternoon was won by Mrs. Gates nnd second high by Mrs. A. E. Huntley. Iced drinks were served durin° the names, raid at the conclusion of Ihe afternoon Mrs. Barnes s»rv- ed fruit cake with hot coffee. Daughter Born Thursday Pfe. and Mrs. Marvin O. Br'an's- cum are the parents of a daughter born Thursday nt Biythcville Army' Air Field Hospital. The baby has been named Helen Diane. Mrs. Branscum is the former Miss Blanche Ross, and her husband now is serving overseas in the Medical Corps. Mrs. Stout Entertains Members, of Club Eight and one uuest, Mrs. 1). C. Allen, were cji- Ici lamed last night when Mrs, H. B. Stout- was hostess to Ihe group at her liome for their annual Christmas party, Bridge was played during the evening with high score prize won b'yMrs. O. O. Poetz and second high by Mrs. Otto Scrape, before gifts ,were exchanged among the Etiests., . Mrs. Stout used n Inj-ge. crystal bowl tilled with colored glass balls reflected on a mirrored plaqtie for the centerpiece of her lace draped • table, lighted by tail red tapers' hi .crystal; candelabra. '•Sandwiches, cookies and iced drinks were served. ; ' ' : • . , ''. Recent Bride Honored At Lingerie Shower .' 'Mrs; J.':L, Wiure.p, 'who.'wasiMLis Virginia Henry- be'fore ' liei:' recent. marrif.ge, was guesl of h'tmor at' a • lingerie shou'er given • laVt night by Mrs. w. J; Wllllnghnm at her home, U02 Norm Fifth'. • s The holiday theme, was; emphasized In the decorations of: the en- (ertalriiii.;. rooms, with sanies and contests cnlcrfnlnig the. guests for several -hijurs. Prizes were, won , by Mrs. Andrew • Conley,' Mrs. Jimmy -Forsythe, Mrs.' Helen Wcstall and Mrs. Bernard Larson. 'Tlie games were played ' under the ; direction of ML'i: -Lucille'Vastbinder. Tlie gifts were presented th Bucst .of .honor In a unique gam where Ihe ^lucky number, -drawi .by Mrs. Warren,-led to the prize. A sandwich and salad plate with iced drinks wns served. . - • • • • Mrs. Reid Is Hostess All members of the •. Tupsda' 1 Bridge Club attended 'the- regula weekly party'given for the gmu'i yesterday afternoon at the horn of-Mrs. Max'B.'Reid. .-.';, High score prize for the after noon.was won by Mrs. Jesse Taylo nnd second high by Mrs;. Murra Smart, A salad course was served. • ••'.' Mrs. Porter Entertains With Party Last Night - Mrs. Robert Porter of. bearbon Mich., who has -.been' the guest to i-cveral weeks'-of her parents, Mr and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, cnUktainec with' a bridge party last .night whci the 24 guests included members 'd the • Double. O Club ami a larg nuhiber of guests.'. - : - :-/ : The Christinas theme was effec lively carried out in the decoration of the Lynch home. ''•'.-':. '".' Iced drinks wen; server! dnrin; the'evening, and a dessert coursi at Jthe conclusion of the'-game: played. . Prizes \vcre ; awarded' Miss Mil. dred Lofi Hubbard, Miss 1 France Little, Mrs. Charles fiitlncr rmi Mrs. Roy Harper.' •' . '-' " .Mrs; Blan Heath Of Fort Sumner N v; M:. .housegiiesi of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom-A., Little, 1 was ai ont-pf-lown guest.' ' " • ';"-'* * Bride-Elect Is At Dinner. Artel Shower Miss ElizabeOj. Smith,-bride'-elec of Corp.,Fred Dye r Wnde.,4i\s gues of honori at-a 'dinner- "apd'.miscel laneous shower last • night-• whei Mrs. E. R.:-DickiK$oh and her daughter, Mrs, B: J..Allen-;Jr,, entertained nt their.country 'home. 1 ; .'. .'A. three, ctiijrsc dinner Ail served at- the; dining-table, centered 'will a. shallow bowl-of white''cHrysa'n- the.iuums. The : brjdal -'motlf •' furthei was 'emphasized, with-'the: Use 'of thi tiny bride place cards-tor the 'sever guests... •'••• ' ••- •:• . •. •.;Following dinner Miss'Smiu'i wa; piesented y,'ith n n assortment o gifts'from, the guests.: -,. . When Shadows Fall- The peifume of enchonlment every drop of Iliis (aicinoling fragrance holdi iDmething for you It is truly, for an evening of lighjs and shadows. Clingj far houn. "After Doik" perfume accompanied by two beautiful satin "Undie Sacriel Pillows" lied wilh blue satin ribbon, assembled and allractivcly packaged for your giff giving. 1 PUHSE PERFUME-2 PILLOWS MissWhitsitf'sShopI "See What's New At WWtiHt's" Christmas Banquet Given By Business Women's Club The Hide Room of Hold Noble wn.s Hie .soiling lust nleht for (!IL> annual chrHnms banquet 8 iven by member* of Dip lllytlievlllo ntis-lncEs mid Professlonnl Women's Club and nttelirted by n large mini. ber of guests, The U-5hnpccl banquet tnble wn.s (lerornled with hnmlinnde plnpe cards of mlnlnturo Santn Cluuses, Chil'tmas candles nnd sprays cf Bieen nnd ;llvered liolly. while n miniature llt'litecl Christmas tree formed (lie centerpiece for the officers' table. A three course dinner was served. Mks Delia Turtle, program chairman. \vf<s Introduced by Mhs loiv Oeorge. club president. Miss Pinlb \vn.s assisted by Mia-. Mmy Ann Parks, vocalist, Mrs. J. Wilson Henrj 1 . planitt, Mrs. Jim Crnfton. '.Wndc.Rccvfs, Jr., Miss Minnie Pixs- tor niid Mrs. Christine 1). Pinckney, nnd the progntin wns eloseii by brief tftlks' by MIJB Oeorec. Mrs. Graf ton i.nd sirs. Hub linnies. membership chnkrmnn. • » • Daughter Born -Yesterday Mr, ami Mrs.'j. M. Fi-nnkum nre the parents of n daughter born yesterday at Walls Ito.pltal. , The child 1ms been immeil Ciuol Ami. Bits of News Mostly Personal Coming Events THURSDAY .Miss patty June Davis entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Thurstlnv Contract Club meeting With Mrs, H. W. Wylic, Mrs. W. M. McKcnzle enlcrlaln- ina Octette Cluh. Foilniplitly Club meeting with Mrs. S. P. Martin. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting wltii Mrs. Byron Morse. Club ?B having dance at American Legion Hut. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Hnimvi. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway entertaining. Supper club. Christmas party belntj given at home of Mrs. Herman Walpolc for members and teachers of Uo adult women's classes at Baptist Chapel, 7:30 p. m. PRTDAY Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining C. B C. Club for luncheon. 1 p.m. 'Mrs. Claude Stewart cntcrtnlnin" tnlfinl Club. Mrs. John Brillhart entertaining O.N.B. Club. Mrs. Mitchell Yales entertaining Friday Rummy Club. '. The Rev. and Mrs. R.. S. Baird 'entertaining with "open house" nt. their- home, 1134 Holly, from 0 to li'j o'clock, for members and friends of First Christian Church. ; Chapter "N" of P.E.O. mectin? wilh Mrs. Harry W. Haines 2-30 •). lii. . Rerwl Courier. Hews Want Ads. Hay Gill and Charles Stnllori both <pf whom are with (lie Navy Have arrived to. spend their live- day leave here with Iliclr pnix-nts Mr. nnd Mrs. L. O. Gill mul Mi. nnd Mrs, Stafford, before returning 10 Snn Diego for reassignment. Mrs G. N. lioblnson of Tcxnrkami, Ark. nlso has arrived to spend n few- days here with her parents. Mr. ami Mis. GUI. coming especially to IK with her brother while he Is home <»i leave. fc'erHt. William Hodge has arrlv- eil from LOHJJ Hcncli, Cnllf., tc spend, his furlough here with his parents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. H. P. lladke on Vimiic 3. soi'Boimi. Hodge, who l s 11 radio malnlchanco man, has been n service for- the past two nnd a half years. Miss Belle Whltsltt ot Jonesboro « visiting here ns the jMiesl of her sister, Miss Alice Wh|lsitt. Sorts t. Clyde G. perry left hist nigh! for Port Lewis. Wash., after Bending 15 dnys here with his niolher. Mrs. Clara l>trry mid olh- er relatives. Blnndc I'erry of Little Hock bus relurnud home nflor having sneni the past week here to L'e wilh his brother. . Mrs. Douglas Campbell rclurncd today from HichiiMnd. Va., where ;-hc was culled tevcral weeks aro by Ihe serious illness of her fnther who now Is Improved. 13r. and Mrs. J, i,. Vnn llooscr nnd daughter, Delma. of Smith- vine. Tenii.. have unived lo spend a week here with Mrs. Van Hooscr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J K. Ncnl. Miss Mary Lynn JackEOn wil arrive loir/jnow morning' fron Ltiidenr.iad College. St. Charlej MO..-IO .'liend (lu-ce weeks with lie parents, Mayor and Mrs. E. n Jackson. Mrs. B. H. Smith of New Orloai.. rnd her son, Llciit. n. !r. Snilt) .Jr., of Dlythcvlllo, who was com inif.«loned Intt week nt Fr>n Bf» lUmr. Ga.. arrived yesterday for r brief visit here. Lieutenant Smil) will he flnt'oncil at. Cnmtj nobh'i .'.on. Lillle nock. ', Lieut. W. D. McClnrkln of Ur Navv. former snwrlDtondrnt r nubli" schools in Blylhnvllie. w who now u flalioned at Pensacol" Fin.. Is vHllmr 1,1. Luxora ', vp> M'-s-. McClui-kin's finnlly. Mrf. ^^••- ClnrUn, who hnf been the fruiv nf her parents for the nasl .-o.v A ' RBI.IBVC • :• 90RETHROAT due toa cold...let alittlc time-tested VapoRub melt in your mouth ... works fine I i While They Last! 2 Above-the-Aver age Toys 17-Pliilsc Telescope. More than u 'Poy! Moiisui-iiig wlmn opened it Full 43 Inches. Excellent Lens. Ordinarily . a TeloHcopc of this size would cost ..§8 io ?10. I'rited Uni(|tic Aiitomiitically Loading Gun for Sonny. Shoots 5 Inilluts without reloading. Toweretl by crosHbow Only OPfN TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS Better Gifts And Toys "We Prepared For Your Christmas!" SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always Our Bower. R n- nl- »aya fresh, and all work Is guanmtecd to plcwe Lrt ?ur Hpef leslgners help you with your flora] needs ' FLOWER SHOP . J..M. (MM) We Dell , wner otencoB B , dl Planters Hdw. Co., Inc. home of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515, Blytheville, Ark, I'ennieoln with her luisbund. Mr. luul Mrs Tom A. Little uml family have us their uuesl for (he holiday;, their dutmlilrr, Mrs. llluii Hcnth of Kivt simmer, N, M. An- f.lliev diuivjhlrr, Mrs. W. K, Francis: ami «m. Hill, of Tii^calooMi, Alii, urc expectr<l lo unlvi: this week for (i holiday visit with her imv- eiHs. I'd 1 . .1. T. Tiitc, who was wounded In France iitul \ v lio has been nu- lei'Bolnt; IreaUiioil .-n jncttHiti Miss.. 1ms linen spnidlnn his ai-clny '"iloiiKH wllli Ills snother, Mr.s A. 1;- 'I'nte at Hell, ami with his liro- iner, Otlo 'hue of lllylhcvllle. I'ri- :ili> 'I'ate wll cave Frltlav tor SI. els to visit his fnlher. l\ K Ti\le here. At the Hospitals \V;llK MuspUal Admitted: Ij. D. McHpiuUten, Memphis. Mrs. lx'« Ohlsm, Ihirdette V. M. llrllhiln, elty, Knvcllc Wheeler, cil.v. fJlureiK'e MuCulloogli, llurdette, Horn lu Mr. mid Mrs, J, M. l-'iiin- kiim, city, u diuiKbtcr, torn yesterday, . Memphis lt:i|itl-,t lhis|il|:il Admitted: The Krv. C, J. Itushlns. Miuilln. PAGE THREii Tough Terry MiiJ.-Gcu. Terry de In Me.su Allen, iibove, who 'comiiiaiulnl •lie' first Division whieh added new laurels lo its nlrendy crowded b.'ittle tanners In Niirlh Africn, now commands the 10-llh OLvislon, wliieli luis foir;jli( its- way thi-oiiijh [ilenly ut'luiii-h spots on the UTsln'n fninl \,\. i-hulin,; Klolberfi. Kselmvilev Weisweilei 1 :mil Indeti. MeinbeiK «( Chlcknsn\vb:i Uidne No, 13-1,. P. fc A. M, will nun id- morrow , hlfilit. 7:;to o'clock. n i Ihe hull nt n reKiilfir meellni; for elee- tlon ot olfleers, it was innumm-ed today by Dewcy (icnlry, worshipful muster. There will bo i\ men's meelhiK mil pot-luck supper held (ommrow i"l«lit, 7 o'elook, nt I.nke Slivet Methoilisl Church, when Ihe Jtev. 1). O, Hlmlninn, pnslor of I'rJm- Ised l.nnd-Varbvo Methodist Churches will be uuesl upi-iiker. Tho publle. Is Invited lo iitleml, Ihe iu-v linles Slmdy, jinstur ot the church nimotincL'd today. Girl Scout Newa Approxlmulely 76 metnbers ot the Cllrl Scouls of the Lone 'rroop Asjioclallon will 'meet Krldny nlnhi '1:30 o'clock, ivl the l.lltle House for their annim) Chrislmn.s puny. 'I'he (jlrls, ncr.-impanled by (lielr troop loaders, will KO all over (he- city sliiylnK Chrlstniiis enrols, nnd person.'; who w!,sh tliem to ttop by nru 'nskeil lo put u llRiued Rockets Coming ) Marine Enroute Home, Cw p. Rldlo F. Llmsford,^Bon-oi Mr. ond Mrs. Waller Kunsford' of Clear Luke, ) ws arrived !a- the'- United Stales nfler 33 montlis nvcrwas Ecrviei!; ivim ' ify 'ifarlne Corps, hccordlug- Li' a message re- celvctl by lit', - pareots this .mornB: • - •-.•'•••-•.••!. Coipornl Lutisford, who -now Is nl n Cnllfornlii iiort,- exiiccts 1 to nr- flvo lioiiie for 'n furlough toon. f U. ,V. NIWIJ I'holo Irom NEA) (ili'unllv roclicls of "unpi'ccc- j (leiili'd iircurncy «ud iloslrttcllve foi'co" will lj« used by Ihe Niivy] io lii'lp liiiotrk oul l>o!)i Ihe Nazis i and the Jups, Cap). Cinrnld D.j Unite, nhove, of lliu Navy's Bi reau nf Oidmmcc, revealed In i Now Yovk, lie siild the use of I rockets had reduced ciisuallics! tintl pulverized enemy beach] defenses In pnsl Navy amphibious landings. candle In (he window, <\ large truck has been procuml lo linmport iiii? (jroup nnd H Is lu>li('[l the nil Ire city may be t- eri'd In thin nuimicr. ANTIQUES l''or All Orviislimv POST ANTIQUE Dressss by Madjjo Sc(|tiin hciirlsi, neiiiiin hulti-rflks, sct|tiin Hliinlnk — to turn tiliick inlo maffic! Or radiant color and gay piinf.s lo hri^hlcn your day! No ncctl to say goodbye to the joyful spirits and festive air that goes wilh Christ man—these dresses will carry llirm on right, lliroiitfh the new year! Black anil bright color rayon crepes gracefully styled for every occasion. And charming lwo-;iiecc rayon jersey prints that cvci-ybody loves! WORW'S UHDESr SHtta M w Lemon Juke Redpo Checks Rlseumc-jfic , . . i Pain -Quickly;' II jrc ri>i;rl|[i rcl) Irom rhcutunUc, , itiBl ifiousamts DIR u.tl.»in. Oft a -«co 01 Mu-l'x ('oiD|/>urji1, a iwo-wi-cl; aiui'ily l*!a)-. Mlt It wlt.'i o. quart cf w^cr, riM(K ; f'llec ol •! loinOiil. IT* C.'LS)'. No tr'iiililc at !>11 mill ricaiun. You [nf«i w\y 3 (.LbU-srJK,:.- (uls t»» tliBta n ijjv. OHr/i nJ(JJ» JS Ivurj --MmriltiK<« ovfrtii«Wr-'«p!i'HrJfiJ rmtiltJ tie <%btAlm»l. II tho |>aliu do nit ijulc^h' Ii-^va •ml if .you ilv not ftf) lnvr, fLitrn o-u •nn'ty jmtXsgu 1 nrkl Hu-Mx "mil! v < A t jnn n ,.,|,_ -n* (a In- H- U.ls MM t^'your •liaici'ln uwkr If t'tr tila ' iy GIFTS DISTINCTION —It'i Smart • ' to Shop A I— The Gift Shop Modem * Aniline Olfl« MOSS BRYAN ' MARGARET'S iiRAu r t v Y...; : ;stmi''.: . ; 101 S, FJKSt Phono 2532. Bring Us Your Problems EXPERT IIUAUT10IANS I.list Tihi'c 'Tf)(!a> with Jack Curstm 'iiiiil .lime'\Vyman and jeroys ••. Joisrsiey , ; with Dennis UoosevcH Toiir Thursday and Friday ' Village \rltli Don 'Aracclie nnil Carmen ilKranila Paramount \civs Sclcclcil Slmrls i>nst Tinif Today J' '. Stqr$ v bn Parade *ltli tynii'sicrrick and Larry Parks t Selected Sliorls Thursday and Friday Dquble Feature Giambler's with Chester Jlorfis and Nancy Kclij: and Busses Roor with Richard Travis and Julie Bbhop ' !
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