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PAGE TWO BLYTJIEVJLLK COUJUKH NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 10-M Coming Events TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge; >Club meeting with Mrs..'.'Jesse Taylor, 1 p. m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Graham Sudtmry. •WEDNESDAY Town arid'Country Club mcellng with Mrs. ,J. O. Hlls. •.,... Mrs. Lane Nowell entertaining Inllial Club;; . THURSDAY Octelte.-fcunchepn C! u ^ meeting with Mrs: Marvin 'Kunh.'. Miss Mlldfe'cr Lou Hubbafd entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. FHIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. B. C. Club at luncheon. R. S, Bairds Entertain At 'Open House' Friday The Rev. and Mrs. R. S. Balrd c-ntcrlalncd with <m "open house" Friday night-at their home nt, 1134 Holly, when approximately 35 guests failed between the hours of 8 nnd 10 o'clock. }>i The home was attractively dec- orate'd iiO.he Yu'?U''r : thnnii:, with (he Isce draped refreshment table centered with a large crystal bowl filled will! colored Christmas balls rellefled in a mirrored plaque. Tall Christmas candles burning in crystal holders gave ft soft glow lo the setting. ' _ ' Hot 'fruit punch, rockier mils and 'other party foods were served by Mrs'. J. D. Davis, Mrs. C. A. Tanf arid Mrs. Howard Spnlnhour. Tlie Rev. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bnlrd were assisted in entertaining by their young daughter, Beth. » • * Gail Brogdorv Is Hostess Thirty of the "five-year-olds'' of the iown were guests of Qnil Brog- rton .yesterday afternoon when she Chest Colds To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested WICKS VVAPORUP entertained with a Christmas parly at the country homo ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brog- ilon on Highway 01. South. A huge Santa Glaus wreathed In greenery was arranged at the front door to greet the young guests on their nmvnf, while the interior of the house had been converted Into a Christinas selling, with a manger scene,' Santa and his reindeer, pine branches ami red holiday candles. Red ititpcklnes filled with toys t»ml color'books were hung from a fireplace!.mnntel into which Mrs. Brogdon had converted her piano. The afternoon was spent In reciting nursery rhymes, singing Christinas enrols nml In coloring In the picture books given In the Chrtst- mns stockings. Late in the afternoon Hie children were served punch, cookies nnrt poprorn balls in the dining room which was lighted wltli red candles placed on n green covered table trimmed wltli silver Iclcirs. * *• » Birlhday Parly Is Given Pat Henri) oclcbrnlrrt her lOlh uli^ulay Saturday night when she entertained 20 of her friends nt n "fonnnl" dan™ at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry llcnni,, 101 Enst Missouri. I Tlic holiday theme was carried out) throughout the decorations ot the I house, with the refreshment table lighted with the soft glow of lall red Christmas candles. Dancing entertained the children for several horn's, and Hen Kenneth Young won the nrlTC for the tost imitation of Donald Duck. After the gilts had been opened, each clilld was presented with a favor of candy sticks tied wilh Christ- inns bells. Refreshments of punch and cookies were served throughout the evening. • » • Men's Meeting I s Held C. T. Carpenter of Marked Tree, Ark., was the guest speaker at the Men's Meeting of First Presbyterian Church held Tuesday ntgiit at (ho church ami attended by approximately 25 guests. Slippy- was served in the reciea- church by members ot'nncp.- "" ' dnrt ball was play-' M , ' n , , ed during the social hour wliich followed supper. • • » Birthday Club Has Party Members of ihn O.R.A. Filrlhday OUiu were entertained yesterday when Mrs. Walter Wood of Luxorn entertained at her home with the tom-lli annual Christmas party lor the club an,] a-.so Honoring the birthday of Mrs. p. B. Jnrrctt. A three course luncheon was served at the noon hour from a lace covered table, centered with n shallow bowl ot yellow chrysanthemums. During the afternoon the guests exchanged gifts from the gaily lighted Christmas tree, and spent several hours In informal cnler- Inlnmetit. The nci'l, meeting of the group will be held In Jnniitiry, when Mrs. Lucy Evnns will entertain.. Bits of News Mostly Personal Iss francs, both students of Arkansas, Fayette- vllle, in-rival Saturday. I.leut. and Mrs. Russell Hayncs Parr arrived Saturday from Fort Illley. Kans., for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jiussel) Fsrr and family. Lieutenant Parr will report Dec. 21 to Port Meadc, Md., np<l Mrs. Parr will remain here for an indefinite visit with his family. March Ixm McGregor, 12-year- old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor, who has been critically 111 at Ihe family home on South Division street, is improved. - Her grandmother, Mrs. A. A. Newman of Riplcy, Tenn,, was called to her bedside Friday. •Steve Brooks Jr., student at' University of Arkansas, Fnycttovllle, ar, ilv<> ( | twlny to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Stephen Brooks nnd olht-r rclntivec. Miss Edna Kale Hale of Wnsli- ington, D. C., who is spending seV- crnl weeks hero with her- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. llnle, spent the weekend in Hot Springs, Ark. 'Mrs. M. O. Usrcy has as her holiday (fiiests her .son, staff Sergt. Max O. Usrcy and Mrs. : Usrey of Cninp Livingston, Alexandria La Miss nelly Jean Hill, student at Mississippi stnle College for Women. Columbus, arrived Saturday lo spend the holidays with'her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. ;v. TIlll. Pvt. Louis Green 'stationed at Camp noblnson, Little. Rock, Ark., Nurse Will Graduate At Memphis Tonight Miss Mary Frances Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fields of I-6nc Oak community, will be Included among Ihc graduates of John Oafilon Hospital School of Nursing who will receive their diplomas in exercises to bo held tonight at the University ot Tennessee In Memphis, •A gracuaw of Blythevillc high sijliool, Miss Fields will remain at the hospital until Jan. D, when she will' come Itorno for a week's vacation before returnlni; to John Gns- lon Hospital to Inkc up her duties na a registered nurse. : Mr. iincl Mrs. Fields and their Iwo daughters, Mrs. Odrlan Church and Mrs. Frank Crigsby, will go lo Memphis late lilts aflernoon to attend Ihe graduation everclses. :; Boys and Girls Check this list of better toys. Ask mother nm! dud lo Cfjjjvirmre variety, flualit.v and iirice wilh other toy stocks iirtown-arid•then; ' ' •• ','•''•. FRIT They Are Going Fast! Lois Bemice l)oll Houst. (Four targe Rooms) 2.25 RfiCk-A-Bye l)plly Cradle. Slur- dy' anft Slrong 1.50 NOMA G-Pc. Train Set 2.D5 NOMA 3-1'c. Train Set I.PS CCfSISIANDO 75T5tM. Field Gun -••: 1.75 COM>IjVNr>O Invasion BarRe *ith Jeep ;,.... 200 COMMANDO M5 Tank 1.75 The SjTtijilionet. ChromalSc, with 5 octave ranges , 1.25 Mystoscope, The Masic De- 1.39 itrovie-Faiij Animated Cartoons >••-•• 1.25 17'Power Telescope. More than. 'a Toy 2.25 Doll Bunk Bed with ladder 3.75 Single Beds ' 1.D5 Defender Tommy- Guns will, sling . 1.15 American Craft Raider Gun, with •Tripod 2.85 American Flags. All Sires. Each 2c to S2.00 Jeeps and Tanks (Look like the •real thing) 30 each M4£ic Sky-writer. (Large She iSlagic Blk Board), 79 Playmate Limited. Build a loy .89 Cat Out Books 10 Art Craft Paint Set .-,<) Chemical Sets .59 I GAMES Vlhgo. Complete with wooden counters 35 C Bomber Attack 39c Gingerbread Boy 29c Bomber Ball .39c American Commandos 39c Modern Jlf-saw Puzzles. 5 Pgt- ^les. More than 1300 Pieces. 1.50 Marbles 30 for 5c Jeep-board. 15 Complete games jjnd 10 Puzzles 49c Question and A ; nswcr. For the whole family •; gjc Pitch a game. For the whole family 1.75 1'lay-Lak Toys: Tim the Turtle 1.00 fieorgc tlie firasshappar 1.00 Large Turret Tank 1.00 Waeon full of Illoclis 1.50 Sackfull of Blocks 1,00 NOMA—Walking ling. A nationally .advertised novelty 2.00 Doll Dishes, I'lastic Sets 29c, 15c and 1.50 Cloth Covered Wonilrn Pull Toys 1.00 Kritlcr Kit TJJS Army 155 MM. Field Gun with Caterpillar anil driver. Fires Wooden ISidlcts. A llctlcr Toy 3.05 Child's Large Uocker. Cane Bottom 2.25 Chilli's Large Kockrr. Flat not- lo«i 2.15 Racing Chariot Horste 1.00 Large Doll Chair 1.39 Genuine Army Jlcss Kits for Hoy Scouts or Campers SDc »"»s 1.00 to $2.50 Glass Scrub Hoard. Jusl like tlic bis ones .50c Donah) Iiuck Paint and Crayon ' Sol. LSD Garden Tool Set. S PC 1.25 Trolley Car. (NOMA) 1.25 ""'"is SDc ami 0c Toy Hanks io c Baby Gifts We have many interesting, useful and beautiful better gifts for baby. CHRISTMAS ROPING AND WREATHS We have a supply of pre-war roping, unobtainable elsewhere. Large ZO yard bundles 45c. Smaller bunnies 15c. Wreaths from 5c to 35c each. IGIFTS FOR GROWN UPS Aye still have a lieauliful line of gift goods. You'll find something suitable and pleasing for every one on your Xnrns list. It's going fas!, though. Don't wait, you'll be disappointed. OPfN TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS FRIT * Better Gifts And Toys ; "We Piepared For 'Your Christmas!" Mrs. N. J. NolII returned Saturday to her home In East Prairie, Mo -, - -•««•<*•», "in.., after a visit of several weeks here wns tho »'«<*c»<l guest of his moll-ins guest of her daughters, Mrs. | C '•"''•?• "craldine Qrcene; Oeoi-ge Gtllwcll nnd Mrs D C ' , oergt. Spencer .Alexander, Freeman and their fnmllics jS ° '' ccc " l| y ™s transferred to Miss 'Vlrginln Wllllnms 1ms ar- H!)n B°>'. Mnlnc, nflcr more Ihnn two rived from Passifcni School Hen-' - V , CI1 " sprvlc< ? ln Ncwfoimdlnnd. ar- ilcrsonvilJe. N. C., lo spen/i the liol- !' vc(i Eftt " r «!>y morning to spend ictnys here with her parents Mr. s , rilrl0 "-' 11 "ere with Mra. Alex- nnd Mrs. Smn WDllnnu. ""' Cr nn<1 otllcr mlntlvcs. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. n. ytoiil and „, lss alntl y s Qreen of Onnithers- ilaugtilcr, Mary, left ycslcrdny for ' v i"?' M ?-; wns lllc weekend giicst l.Htlc Rock where they will be the , „ r slslcr ' Mrs - Jcrr J Heam and holidy BuesU of Mrs. Stout's par- fn " 1 "J F ; liollrty micsU of Mis. Stout's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fi-cd Bnlley. .Misses Virginia and Mnry Nunu nri; spending several clays in St. Louis. Miss Dorothy Jniie Sliced, a stn- <bnt til Otmclilln Collciic, Arknclcl- pliln, Ark,, I 3 the holiday guest. O r nor mollicr, Mrs, E. W. Snecil nml /nmlly. Mrs. A. B. Fiitrflelil nncl son Albert, of Mllledgcvlllc. On., arrived ycstcrdny morning to spend Hie liolidnys with her pnrenls, Mr. nncl - , . . \V, I. Dcnton nnd family. AvrivJiiB Sntllrdny from University or Arkansas, PiiycllovlUe (o spend the ohrlstnms liollclays with their families here were Miss Mnry Cnpt. w. J. Pollard, who is stationed nt Roiimliis Army Air Field, Mich., arrived yesterday to Join Mrs. Pollard for n holiday visit with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Butt, nnd inmlly. Jack Hood, who Is Handing radio school at dront LnXcs Naval Training StRlioii, Qreal' Lakes, III., lias returned Ihere after spending nn elfht-ilay Ipnvc here with his Uvollier antl sUter, Stanley •Hootl nnd Mrs. Wilbur Oenlng and family. At The Hospitals BlythevUle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. P. Cole Sr., PorUigevllle, Mo, Mrs. Roy Cfllvln, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs.- Woodrow Sills, city, a daughter this morning. Dismissed, Mis. Ott KctclHim, Manila. J. R. Welch, city. Clmi'ncc Howard, city. Wall': Hospital Admitted: k. w. chapman, city. ..Mrs. E. P. Russell, Peach Or- cli'nrd. Mo. (Glari'iici.' Johnson, Annorel. James Roland German, Stcele, Ho. 'Dirk Plnmmcr, Steele, Mo. tMr.s. Floyd Hnrectt, city. ' D. B. Blankenshlp, Sleelc, Mo. .'Betty Aulry, Hollamt, Mo. • Mrs. Jess Hinlon, Carnthersvllle Mb. Mrs. Lucy McCutchen, Cnmptiell Mo. Dismissed: Albert Thompson, Hornersvllle, Mo. Mrs. J, M. Prnnkiim and toby. !lty. Mrs. J, w. Berry, cltj'. Fay Adams, Brageadoclo, Mo. Bobby Rogers, Cnrnthersville, Mo. • Cliarles Moody, Rt. 1, city. Clarence McCullongh, Burdetle. Memphis li:\plist Hospital Admitted: ' Jewell Hodge, Arbyrd, \[o. John Crosskno, city. Meetings Royal Arch Mnsons will meet, lo- morroK' night, 7.'30 o'clock, at the hall. The Mnrk Master's degree will be conferred, It was announced by Raleigh Sylvester, high priest. Members of the American Lelgon Auxiliary will have a Chrlslnw party tomorrow nlgljl, 7:30 o'clock, at Ihc hut, when Mrs. Ed B. Cooke, Mrs-, Ed Burkes and Mrs. Joe Scruggs will te hoslc-tes. ' IN MEMOHIAM In memory of a dear one concerning them which are nslcep, we sorrow not—"For if we believe that Jesus died and rose ngnln, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will pod bring wltli him." Mrs. E. A. Brock Mr. and Mrs, C. n. Brock & Family. lias been extended the school by the USO organization, nnd a full program of games, recreation of all sorts and dancliiB Is being planned. Members of the high school committee who are lu charge pf planning the evening's entertainmcnl arc Ivn Seay, chairman, Shirley Hfirham, Mary Nutin, Jim Smart antl Joe Sallba. K'ufd Speaks At Memphis Church Banquet Friday • The Rev. Karvey T. Kldd, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, was guest spenkcr Friday night at the Christinas banquet at Idlewild PrMbyterlnn Church in Memphis.' He and Mrs, Kidd and their in- Seniors Planning Party At USO Center Thursday A meeting was held this afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, nt the USO for (lie purpose of planning the party to be lujld Ihere Thursday night by ;ncniber|[< of the .'senior-class of BlytheyU'c High School Use'p^'the club for that, evening | (ant daughter, Carolyn, have returned here after n visit In Memphis with his mother, Mrs. Harvey Kidd at her home at 1-152 Court. ' MARGARETS KEAUTY SHOP 104 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIAN'S ters, i. Malt Monoglmn nn<l dnugh- Barbarn and Rosemary, and „ Bell s))cnt twlay In Memphis. *••>..i ,»jiiii[^A nciu \VL-IU luiss Aiary 'lanics Roland German of Steclc, Helchel, Miss Constance Denton, w ' 10 underwent nn appendectomy Miss Mary Kntherine Rose, Miss i\t Walls Hospltnl this nioniing, Is June GoGiicll, Louis Lynch nnd resting well. Fred Rutherford Jr. | Mrs. Lucy McCutchcn of Cnmp- MisB Frances Brigance of Mark- hell, Mo., mother of O. \Y. Meed Tree is spending several days Cutclicii, Is undergoing treatment here as the finest ot Miss Betty r.t Wnlls Hospital. Brooks Isaacs and her parents, Mr. Mrs. W. T. Oberst left this aStcr- nmi Airs. M. A. feancs. Miss Brig- .noon for Jackson,- M.fes where ehe B3 1 03 BM c.'a 01 rai en I>TZ ta ai na 121 ra SEJ ^ *¥ Sf PA5TJE SHOE in ihe4--oz. Jar ANTIQUES Marble-inn lablcs—Side Chalrs-Hric-ii-urac Brasses, and Gifla Suitable For All Occ.islims. : •..'.', LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP liny. Gl Soulh Phone 2198 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CAHCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 5U Main Jilythevlllc, Ark. Phone 2921 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered nlwnys. Our dowers ure »1- Tays fresh, and all work la guaranteed to please. Let our etpert ieslgncrs help you with your floral needs. SHOP F.T.D, SMTlee Wo Deliver Anrwhert . til Mn. J. M. (Mao) Williams, owner GteneM Bldr Make Your Selections Now— USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN RD HARDWARE CO. 25 Years' Continuous Service" will spend the Christmas holidays wltli her daughter, Mr. S. 3. Patterson, anil -her sranddaughter, Vlvlnn Patterson. -,Mrs. Roy Calvin was ndmittcd to, fllylheville Hospital this morning for treatment after having been stricken suddenly 111 while at work. 'iMis. Noel King of Concord, N.C., his arrived for a visit with her t bnnd, Lieutenant King of Bly- vllle Army Air Field, and friends. DUO-THERM FDEL OIL WATER HEATER • Plenty of hot water when you need it —at b-i-g monthly savings! Gives you modern automatic convenience for only « few pennies a day. Conserves fuel — because it haaU water faster, more efficiently. No gat or electric connections required. Built to the lame exacting ip*ci£c«- tlons that have made Duo-Therm th» bjfgett nftmrt in fu«l oil BpplUnc««. Now available for eiaential civilian ^ ne«d». See us for dctsils. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. 208 W. Main Phone 2071 JIEDEL'S, CHRISTMAS ... And We've ||ll Gifts For Everyone Onlbiir List! FIRST AID... For Last Minute Shoppers In Every Department! You'll find our employees especially helpful in making suggestions, and in courteous service in general. Frankly Speaking- \Ve started the season with well filled shelves and slorei'ooni for we anticipated there'd be a tremcmliios Christmas' rush . . . And, even at this late date, you're sure to find a suitable >;ifl at our store—not all we'd like lo show at this season, understand, but much more than you'll find elsewhere. Recent shipments of linens, fine chenille, and, satin-quilted robes, lingerie, and laccTtrimmed gowns have brought our stocks of ladies' gifts to an outstanding level. We suggest that you shop early in the week. Storting Wednesday, We'll Be Open Evenings Until Christmas JIEDEL'S THE HOME OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE itt-Praf Jl HATS WATER-REPELLANT The superb slyling and distinctive details of AQUA-PRUF HATS are protected against the elements ... by an exclusive process that makes (hem WATER HEPELLANT. 6.50 & 7,50 JOE ISAACS Incorporated "In BlythevUle Since 1902" Continuous Shows Every Day «ox Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:-I5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Wing and a Prayer Don Amedie ami Dana Andrews Paramount News and Selected Shorl Subject Tuesday & Wednesday Joel McCREA-Betty FIELD •nk Harty Carey- William Demarest «,;:•,„ n ,j o;,.o,d b> PRESTON STURGES Selected Short Subjects Alalinccs Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:15; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every N'iglit Except Saturday. No pnsse. 1 ; honored on Sunday nl the Boxy. Lnst Time Today The Sky's the Limit wilh Fred Aslairc and Joan Leslie Fox News nnd Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday Selcolcd Short Subjects

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