The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 14, 1944
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PAGE TWO BMTHKWU,B CQUR1KK NEWS Mrs, Leech Entertains ' : WiU P.E.O. Luncheon '/, A Christoiw party ww g|v*n yts- wday afternoon (or qiembw of chapter '>D' ( of ;tfie P.E.O, sisterhood when Mrs J. A. teec'H enter- ,wlned at her home. Two guests al- io.»were present Including Mrs. 'Chester ProUieroe and Mrs. it The approaching holiday va? em- iphasized. In -the decorations used ^throughout' the house ,and In -the r uffet luncheon terved il\e gucs(«. Follovdrig Junchedti; the 'prpgrsm Avas presented, by >lr«. Stietonon ».vho gave a Christina* readlnj. *' . ' " .«,'••>'• '' iP.TA- Meets YetCKlay » The Hev. Harvey T. kldd, pastor W' First. PresbytcrlBh- Church, was Juest speaker ^'.yesterday .afternoon •at the.mcMtng oMnietnbcrs of the •eudbury Pare'nl Teller r '&sbblntl<m Jl the school, vising as hie topic the Jelatiotishlp '.of ''{.he!- th'iirch", to the school • and. the Jjb'me.' ,''"<, ' , ' • The program was opened wlih the ^roiip singlng'of .''.The St^r SpaiiE- JeO Banner", ;lwl by ' Mr?. W. <D. ,Cobb. The presltjenjs^essage. was read by.Mrs; •Ear!''BucX(ey, and. Uiminy nncl Btkjdjr; Phjjllpp sang a •Juet. A medley/ qf'ChrlsUnivs car-. pis was BlyeK' by. ifp." Louise ' enpfuhl to' compile ; tho'program. f- Miss.Mnry Ifubjer's" a.nd. Miss Al- S " a Peters' room's won the prizes in , ic room co'untV-.' '•'•'••* : • : Mrs. • AH - members 64 ;(h'e Town • and Country club were Present yestef- flay' afternoon;' wheri Mrs. a.' Q. Ci\udll entertained'wl^ji a : Christmas party 1 at ^hef h,pme which was I attractively d,ecqrated -hi the noli-: .day motif. •'.. .'• '; . In the bridge games' played <)ur-' ring the afternoon, high scbre prize ' rvveul to &frs. \Jame8 B. Clark and 'second high; tO'tosi.CornoUun Mnd- j j r ,.-.-.. I Club, Guest Entertained ! Mrs Horace Harwell of' Memphis, 1 liouseuuest of : her' sister, 'Mrs Baker Wilson'and Jamliy,iwas a, i guest of MrsAW. rx-Charhblln yts- i terdny when' she ^'entertained - mcm- | ters of the-" WedJiasday Bridge j Club at 'luncheon -arid 'bridge. : A : two course' luncheon -was ; served at smali^bleB arranged'in ; the suriroom,.'where ''bridge later i was ployed. • • '•'"' I High rcore-'.prize was Ton- by 'Mrs. Wilson .-and''second high' 'by • Mrs, F. E. Black'.": '' : ''. Mrs, Phillips Entertain Members pf Ln Neuve Club and pne additional guest, Mrs. Stephen Thtirtton, were entertained Tuesday nlghl by-Mrs. Robert Phillips Pt her home st 1000 West Chlclca- tawba Avenue. High feorp. prl7c fnr i.hp nvenlng's brldgs games went to Mrs, Jack Chnmbltn and fcnond high to Mrs, Richard Losan Jr. A dessert course was served. Football Squad Honored At Spaghetti Supper Members of the junior high school football team, together with their dates and n number of oilier guests were entertained last night by Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs a,l n spaghetti supper and dunce. The American Legion fliii wns the celling for the informal affair, with J. P. Friend serving ns' tonst- master, . . Gay blooming polnscttlns decorated each of the four long tnjjles arranged in the ballroom of (lie Hut. During the supper, Mr. Friend introduced Mlis Wnrren Foster, junior athletic director, Coach Arvll Green, senior athletic director and coach of the high school football «|iia<l, Frank Whitworlh, who, assisted Coach Sylvester Mosicy wllh the Junior liijh s(|Viatl, Earl Stone, football enthusiast, Mrs. Hermon Carlton, who assisted Mits Foster with the finance.? of the team, and "Pop" Mosley, who was in charge of Die "Papooses' 1 during the past season, each of whom m.ade n brief talk. Other guests at the supper Included Mrs. Friend and Hire. Whl't- wortlt. Mrs. Scruggs was assisted in fervlng by Mrs. lone Ropp. Following dinner tho giiesls danced for several hours. * • • Son I s Born Tuesday Mr. and Mra. Andy Widiner of Gosncll arc Iho parents of a, son bom Tuesday at Dr. skallert: Clinic. The baby, their first child, has been named Dennis Andy. Circle Members Honored Mrs. James Westbroox was hostess Tuesday night lo 13 members of Circle Two of the Women's Missionary Union of First, Baptist Cluirch, entertaining with n Christ^ mas dinner at her home. A centerpiece for the iUnlng table where the buffet dinner was snrycd v, f as formed of a Christmns sccno lighted wllh slender red tapers, while each of the smnll tn- Wcs arranged for (lie guests In (he living room was centered with a smaller Christinas candle. Otfts were exchanged among members from under the lighted tree, and later a brief business session wns held under the leadership of Mrs. E. )•'. Hlomoycr. when Mrs, G. C. Hawks was elected circle chairman for the coining year, Mrs. T. H. llaynes, co-chairman nncl Mrs, James Wcstbrook, secretary and treasurer. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs.' R. o. 'liiie'," "fifs^'o' w McCxitclieii : arid.' ..'MJS, : 'B. Clark were hostesses OTyeSday ixf- terroon at a; luncheon- [it. . Hotel Noble for' member^ of ^he Oha.vle- .VOlx- Chspter ol(\h<i>-D,-f± R. ' Tiny Chrlsitruis;. cards' miarkcd the places of -the.. 13 guests. >ho Attended, Yihlle^. centerpiece: for the table was formed ,of a boyl of colorful frvlts >p.4- ii^^. • . -" After lunch.eon menders went to the Qglorda\ goorrj.fpr a : business and program, meeting, with Mrs P. B. Joyner, vlce're^ent, prcsld- • -• M.a.jor'ruid Mrs. Albert Ridings Qf .OalVMlpn, Texas, arc spending their Jcavq 1 , hero with their parents, 'Mr.- anil Mrs.' a E. Ridings iind Mrs..O. A, cnldu'cl) and fnin- i)y,' Thoy will be here until niter tho h'olldnys. Herijt. Curtis .Peny, ran of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Perry of Dell, Is tpendlng hla 30-day furlough with his parents after 31 montlis over- seaji se'rvlco wllh the Anny Air Forces In the Chlnn-Burnm-Indln wnr theater. He will leave Christmas afternoon to, report back to Santa- Ana, Callft, for realignment. Mr, anil-Mrs! W. W. Bryant Jr., Jeff last night for Madison, W. Vn., whore.- they will scpnd a week ns her mother, Mrs. A. E. Ballard and other relatives. Condition of -TJ, T. Moore Sr., who hns lx?cn crlttcnlly 111 for the past several weeks, Is much improved. Mrs, M, Q. Cooke of Joiner, Ark., s))ent yesterday here with her par- Hit.--, Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer. Misses Gall and Lois Eich. botli of Vfhonv are students ill GuUpnrk College, Gulfropt, Miss., will arrive lonlsht t|| spend the Christ- ;iiaa'!l!.illdny.sfwlln their piirenls Mr. nn<'- IVfrs/Loy El^h.. .Mrs. Wn'lter Pooo of Washington, D.. O., arrived thb morning for n visit with Mr. and Mrs,. J. A. Lcecli and other friends. She wHl bo Joined hero tomorrow by Mr. Pope urnl the two visitors, who former, ly mado their homo In Blythevllle will be entertained at several hi- i formal affairs during their stay here. ' Mrs. R. A. Nel;.->n and Mrs. 0 W. OarrlBan spent yesterday In Meinphte. Mrs. M. Fllzilmmons spent v es- terday In Mcmphk. Pearl Hires was- In Memphis yesterday where she underwent n minor eye operation. She will bo confined to her home for about. 10 days. Mrs. Essie Davis returned vaster, any from Fort. Knox, Ky., where ™ spent the past six weeks with (her ion, Tech. Eergt. Harrell Davis nnd family. Mrs, Cecil Shane will leave tomorrow morning for Charleston, S C., to .SDCIKI (he Christmas holidays with her (laughter, Mrs. T p W1 !'' ell . t . jl '- atl<1 family. She also '«W vi.sit her mother nnd sister In Greenville, S. C., before rclurnlnV home about Jan. 10. Mrs. Allen Wnlton returned yesterday nftcrtmon from Memphis Wici-e slio spent several days with her diui'jhi.-!,.. Mrs. B C rr v B Brocks Jr., and fnmllyi Chai'.es rtose an,] H. c. Knan- pcnbei-fer are In Chicane tills week wliorc they arc attending the Na- liomil 1'nrm IBurcnu meeting. At The Hospiials Walls Hosjiilal Admitted: •Albert Thompson. Horaersvlllc Mo. ' Dismissed: Lnvcile Wheeler, city. Ciarenco Johnson, Armorel. lllythcvllle Hwspllal Admitted: Imogcne Wilson, Horneravllle Mo, Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted! Mrs. Leon MeClnrrtty Cnmthcrs- ville, Mo. Mrs. E. M. McDanlel; Uixora, Max Coleman Whatlcy, city, Slnmphls Mctlioillst Hospital Admitted: Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Lulher Woods, Stcele, Mo., twl daughters. Althouijh Africa contains the widest variety of wild animals In the world, no tigers have been found on- thai continent, j : : THURSDAY, DECfiiMBER M, 1911 Luxora Church Groups Elect New Officers LUXORA, Ark., Dec. 14.—Religious Societies of the Luxora Baptist, and Methodist churches have elected the following new officers lor 1945: Bnptlst Woman's Missionary Union: Mrs. Byron 0, Wilkins, president; Mn., -jchn Thweatt, vice- president; Mi-!|. E. E. Tucker, SK- cnd vice-president; Mrs. a. c Driver, corresponding secretary' Mrs, C. B. Wood, secretnry-teas tirer. Women's Society of ChrliLlai Service: Miss Florence Rush, president; Mrs. R. W. Thomas' Mrs Henry W. Spaon. Kteclnry; Mrs Elmer Hail, treasurer 1 , corresponding secretary, Mrs. Walter Brant- le.v; Ms. Charlie Lewis, secretary of Sliiiitual Life; Mrs. E, R. Begun secretary of Literature and Publication; Mrs. W. E. Head, secretary of Education. Wcslcynn Service. Guild: Mrs. El- inci Hall, prescient; Mrs. Charle B Thomas, vlce-r>resldcnt; Miss Eunice Shlnn secretary; Miss Nora Wise, troasirei-; Mrs. T. Lew Stan- lord, chalnniin of Social Relations; Mrs. Otk Wilson, chairman of Recreation; Mrs, Charles Lcwise, chairman of Spiritual Life. Entertains Employees Employees of Jledcl's Store were Eucsls of their employer, Riclmn Every D*y H»» Office Opens 1:48 Show Starts 2:08 LISTEN TO KMJN Thursday and Friday Greenwich Village with Don Ameche and Carmen Miranda Paramount News Selected Shorts . . .... •During the : business seislon It ' r was p.nhounced '.tliat' ' packages' to j be given by rrjembers for dh',ri- | button to hospltalued -''penannei 'of |Blytheville Army. ''Air Field Hos, pita! at Chrlstma^,-' must- 'be left . at the home' o( Mrs. .Tp; A; : Affilck ' before; Deo. ty, • ;• '-"'^ | Mrs. C. O. lanEston presented I the program,' ' giving 'The Other i Wise Man" by Henry Van Dyke, • ."*•"•' . ; Teachers Are:Eriteftained ; Xirs. Jissp'M. White entertained iTcesday nlgh^, \vith a dinner' "party i at her honie -when her'gnesls in- I eluded the fix . teasers'young , son, John Charles, has had since * entering Sudb.ury Sphcol, hls^ gim- ; Cay School teacher and 'MU^ \VIn- , nie Virgil Turner; . pity "supervisor : of elementary schools. ' Red Chris.trna5"'ran(}le.'i jljhtcrt j the dining table -where guests were j served a, duck djnjier. ; \fhHc a J Jishtcd Christmas tree and' V na- )tivity scene arranged, on 'the mantle i featured, the decoraiion.-; "of the ! living room. | _ The evening - wss spent in' in- ,fonnal entertalpmeriL Two More Scarce Toy Suggestions Large Do]l Bunk i. ' With Ladder Single Beds 1.98 L^rge {\ed Rockers For Tots. (Not Dol! Chairs) i *• ' e ^ PVC IMS* received o supply elastic. 2 yards 15c, ' Y Tlk 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS ' ' ' B^ " * 4^B 0 \2ff te$ Better Gifis And Toys "We Prepared, for Your Christmas!" MEMORABLE GIFT! On Ibis Chrislinas, of all Christmascs, our gifts,should rcPccl ibn Imc spiril of llils grcal day. Gifts Ibal arc lasting, gifts llial arc treasured anil above «H gifts lhal arc usefnt. Tlicse fine blankets mean years of tomforl aucl. nalisfaclion to those who own them. 100% all virgin wool, willi a ilcc|t, springy nap that feels 50 luxurious. Tlic rieh rnyon salhi binding acccnlualea |bo deep color tones! Treated Ip repel nio|hs, for extra protection. 72" x' 84". .In l/iiiisiinl Choice of Bedroom ShnJci /<rintfr,> [Hue, Green, Cherry )f'o,,,f, Kate Dial.. Jlcdel Insl nlfhl when he cnler- talncd with a slcak supper at Canin Moultrle. Following supper, Ihc group r.l- toiided the show at the Rltz Theater Ten employees nttemlccl the Informal Christinas party. Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. J, D. Smith entertaining C. B. C. Club for luncheon, 1 p.m. Mrs. Claude Stewart entertaining Initial Club. Mrs. John Hrillhnrt enfertainlnc Q.N.B. Club. Mrs. Mitchell Yntcs eulertnlnlng Friday Rummy Club. The Hev. anil Mrs. R. S. Balrcl entertaining with "open house" at their home, 1134 Holly, trorn 8 to 1C o'clock, for members and friends of First Christian Church. Chapter "N" of P.EA meeting with Mrs. ntirry W. Homes, '2:30 p. in. ROXY Mktlncxt Hal. A (iaa. Onl) Ipciu each flight 6:15; tUrU Openi Bun<»j 1:M ; 8UrU lill t'MUDnom Show) S»t >p< S»i. «r t ,u, Nl ( bl ATOT SASSIE and the POLKS A'\ "\ DebbtePeterswasreadytocry. / "Company comlii' and took at my biscuits," shegroans." What wcnl wrong, AuntSasslc?\Vas!t th?ovenorth(;mix!n'orwh«t?" "Supposeyoi|tryiicwRoynlS,A.S,P)iospli8teX Bakin'Powder next time," I says. "It's wonderful!" ... Well, Debbie's gettin 1 the light, est, tendcrcst biscuits ever now, Bhe tu'st . swears by new Royal-uses It for all her linkin'. You'll be crazy about new Royal too. folks. You just try it today and seel konend OB th> Thursday and Frirjay Double Feature Gambler's Choice with' Chester Morris and Nancy Kelly and Busses Roar wtlh Rlclurd IVavU and Julie Bishop fyfant Sassk's ORAM£ BISCUITS Want hot breads that melt In your mouth, cak?s they'll rava about? Chan9a 1o new 2 cupt «lfl«tt all-pgipote f\o^r 2 leaipoont Royot S.A.S. Phosphate Baking Powder Vtt«>t I lb», sugar I tablet peon graled orange find 4 !bi. jhomnlna V* cup mUk, or half milk and half water I tbi.oran^»luk« 2 lip- sugar Sift together flour, baking ppwder, saU and BUfiar; odd grated orange rind. Atltl shortening onil mix i[i thorouglily with Q fork. Add liquid to -niakcsoft douch. Turn out on floiireti board niiil toss lightly until oiU-jidc , looks smooth. Roll out !i ioch thick. Ci^r with, floured 2-inch biscuit cotter. Place on greased pau v Brush each Iriseuit with ora«sc' juice; $prink|e v/ith the suK" r Bake in hot oven nt ^75° F. about 12 aiinmes, Mates H. BAKING POWDER IN 8-OZ., 16-01, »~ti Ma 5-UI. CMS. Costs only 1/ 3 as mtich as old Royal CONTAINS NO CREAM OF TARTAR. ' One Lot Women's Fuzzy SLIDES /.. 0.50 VVonicn's IJIack |iid. BOUDOIR SLIPPERS Hard leather sole, - ,,r Rubber heel | Rubber heel |' t\ Icn ' s K'fstie-Side, Kid ROMEOS n 95 Hard leather soles, Rubber heels .... 2 Men's Brovn Kid SLIPPERS, I'eK lined lined, padded sole £ •:' Jlcn's Fi(/,zy i [ HOUSE SLIPPERS 1-95 , Hoy's Hrown Kid SLIPPERS -t Kcil lined, padded sote j' We've Sizes and Styles For Every Member of Your Family! Just Received^ New Shipment of Women's Slippers in Open Heel and Toe Styles— A wide variety of colors and materials rt.<»5 to choose from, hiir Children's Warm Felt SLIPPERS -145 Uluc or Red os,. )( , I The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342

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