The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 22, 1944
Page 5
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KlillMY, DKCKMISKK 22, 19-11 KI,YTJ1I-!V11,],H COUI11KH NKWS Holiday Dances Planned For Town's Younger Set Tlic Christmas holidays this year Kivc promise or being the most ex- Ml ina in years for members o! Die teen age group, who arc busy willi i-'lans for several dancing pai-tirs. Yesterday afternoon, John Ed Itr-gcnold was liosl to 50 of his H if mis when he enlerliiincd with a .<V dance at Hotel NoWe between U'.c hours of -1 and 7 o'clock, while tomslit B. li. Gee Jr., and Bobby Kiishner will bo hosts at a dance «t the Country Club. Guests have '.'een invited tor 8 o'clock, Last night several of the groii]) •'Ucnded iliu dance given at (he Community House in Osccola when Anne Conwuy While was hostess, snd Tuesday night Vivian Taylor, Khirloy King, !\|-!iii p eejt Norris, Jim I .•aiicasliir-c and Russell Phillips will (•ntcmin with a dance at thf Hill. Invitations i\lso have been issued •Of i!ie dance l:> be given Thursday night "t the Hut when hosts will include Hcrry Allen, a. c. Allen Jr., and Bobby Turner. Hrsl of the holiday affairs for the group was n dunce given two weeks a^jo at the Hut when Rainonu Ci'iiftoii. Joan TrleschiiMiim, day Gan-igan. jiinmv Lowe and Billy Joyncr entertained. Christmas candles and a miniature Santa Clans with his slcit?h and reindeer posed on a mirror Plaque formed the centerpiece for the rcfreshmcin table arranged in Blue Room \estcrday afternoon where guests were received by Jo]iu Ed and liis mother, Mrs. E. M Rcg- encjd. Sandsiches, cookies, mils and punch were served throughout the afterr.oon as the children danced. Mrs. Kegciiolcl was assisted by Mrs. C. E. Criggcr Jr.. Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mrs. Charles Perry and Mrs. Ralph Robinson and Mrs. Ben- Lion Garrett. both of Wilson. ™ Out-of-town guests included Terry Moore Kobinson and jimmy Gnrrelt. both of Wilson, and Orlando Sanchez of San Juan, Puerto Rico, hoiist-gui'st of C. G. Redman Jr. Mrs. Lowe Is Hostess At Musical Tea Wednesday Mrs. Cecil Loive entertained her music pupils Wednesday afternoon. 3:30 o'clock, at her home, with a musical tea and Christmas party. The house had teen decorated throughout hi n green and color scheme with a brilliantly lighted Christmas tree in the living room The refreshment table in the dining room, covered with a lace cloth was centered with a giant Christmas candle of green and white, flanke with twin inns filled with popcon ancl Q surrounded with mounds o! greenery. A program of music was giver. during the afternoon with the following pupiis participating: Wanda Leah Barhnm, Jimmy Lowe, Julie Johnson, Millie Ann Military, Bctt.y Powell, Aniin LOU Powell, Jean Freeman, Anne Wilfovd, Melba Pryor and Carmen Johnson, while Jen j Lowe sans, "Up On The House Tops' *isl before Santa Clans arrived with Mis gifl.s for the pupils. Mrs. Lowe served refreshments of cookies, nuts and iced drinks during the afternoon, asicl each pupil was IM-eseiiled with a miniature bust of her favorite musician. Has Birthday Party Charles Hooker celebrated his lllh birthday Wednesday night when he entertained eight of his friends at a party at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Union Booker. After the yifts brought Charles had been opened, games were played will) prixes u-on by Jerry Caglc and Denny Dynim, and later each gccst \vas given a present fro the Christinas tree. Refreshments of s n n d w i c h e s , birthday cake, and ice cream were served at the conclusion of the evening. Bridge Luncheon Given lied carnations, bright nowcrliif; poinsettias and a gay cyclamen plant, together with a lighted Christmas tree, decorated the living room of the Marvin Nunn home yesterday when Mrs. Nunn entertained members of the ocieiie Luncheon Club and two other guests, Mrs. George Drear and airs. Loy Welch for luncheon and bridge. Following the two course luncheon, served at small tables in the living room, bridge was played wilh high score won by Mrs. Jinncs Hill Jr., and second high by Mrs. c. F Tucker, * * * Club, Guests Entertained When Mrs. L. S. Bcnisli entertained members of Club Eight this week at her home she also was hostess to four other Rtiesls Mrs Rupert crafton, Mrs. R, c Allen Mrs Jesse M. While and Mrs. Ralph' Nichols. In the bridge games played during the evening, high score prine iron by Airs. Cltnrtcs [.a lips ton and second high by Mrs. Paul jobc. Tiie hostess served a salad course. Attend Dance In Osceola Anne Conway While, daughter of I Mi. and Mrs. Godfrey White of Os| ceola. entertained with a dance last I night at Hie Osceola Community House. Attending from Blytheville were Annella Humphreys, who is Anne's hcuscEucsl, and Vivian Taylor, Mau| reen Norris, E. B. Gee Jr., and Jim i Lancashire, who were motored down by Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Lancashire. Blytheville Marine Returns From Overseas SAN DIEGO. Calif.. Dec. '22 Marine Sergeant, William Earl James, son of Mr. and Mrs W L James of Blytheville, Arkansas has returned to the states following long overseas service. Sergeant James served 28 months in the South Pacific and look part in tlie Enm-etok Atoll, Marshall islands, campaign. OXY Maliuccs Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:45; starts T Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun «.-ir§ain Night Every Night Excep i Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. s 5lh Birthday Mrs. Chillies Hester enterlaincd eight yonngslcrs yesterday afternoon In honor ol her young son. Charles Jr.'s fifth Wrthday. The party was held at the home of Charles' grniKlinathcr on Lake SI reel. Games wore played for several hours before the girts were opened p.ntl each child was presented with a candy slick tied with a Christina, bell as a favor. Refreshments of birthday cake and hot chocolate were served. Holiday Party Given Another in the series of parties onus given rtnrim; the holiday season was that given Wednesday night by June Stives ami Doris Wadlcy at the home of ilic' latter at 405 North First Street. Games were played during the evening with prizes awarded James Wrstbruofc, Hilly James and Jackie James and later the young hostesses served leireshmenls of sandwiches and iced drinks. JMseflmericans Flow Fight or Broiiclinl Irritations Due To Colds —Wifli Buckley's "Canadiol" Almost lim.-imly y,,u CT I llio sur- |)ll:l- Of yilur lifO-,.,.,,,1,;],!,,,; ^., s ,,.^ r.uH. nwjiy ,t Inosc-DH lip llilck .Dkiiiff Km—»,,,.„„ ,.„ doKBad lirnucliial iMbc'S — ln;il<cs lirc.llliins Tlicrc's real economy In Huikles".! —all lHC<]lri,lI<lH-llo syi-uii. Illllf 10 s^i l ;Wo nn 'i!:' lvl " co " v " ico iiic lift Iiii.'hl.-ya "Canrnlioi- mml* In V.!v A.. l!n- (Musi, Mixture Mint out- nils nil mliMs in Atisliall.i N> w /.i-.-ll.-iMl. «-»ii:ifl.i ami many otlior ('"muni:: ul , mciit iilono. At all KO.'.l iiiiiiXBisla. IHMJI'M'S niM'flS Last Time Today Now, Voyagei with IScltc Davis Seleded Short SubjecU Saturday ./•—••••~-v,-.; I N!W HOPPY THRIILS FOR I HAPPY ENTERTAINMENT! Serial: "Raiders of Gliost Cily'' II and Short Con. Showing Sal'daJ 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday fox News and Selected Shnrls ,'oiiliuuous Showing Siin. 1:15 ( 0 ! MATINEE CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON At The Roxy Starts at 2 p.m. Bits of News Mostly Personal vt. It. A. Doyle of llerefcml. I'cxas, m-rivcd Weilnpsduy niijht lo siicncl Hie holWnys here with ML-S, Doyle nncl lier iilil-cnls, Mr uml Mrs Dan Onnkhi. H. E, Neblctl' 1 of Morgiiit Cily. Miss., will Hi-rlve Stinduy lo visit Ills (Inuelitcr, Mrs. H. G. I'arllow find tanilly tlironi-li the holidays. Mr. ami Mrs. Lowis ul New Orleans, Lu., will iu T iv (! Umu.ncnv to tic the Bnc.sts «r lu'r brollin- Cornelius Modlngcr nnil (ainih- for Hie holidnys. Misses Jane Cn.sllio ;uul Nonnii- dlnc KnvHiiuni-li. Imtli sliuli-uls ul l/>iilslnnu Slntp University. Union Rouge, will arrive tunlnht' for the holidays wilh (Iieir iiavenis Mr and Mrs. Gniih Cnsllio iind Cant and Mrs. Nornum A. K»vini;ui|;li Mldsliipiniin Lloyd IJUimpyor, who is nttendiiiH United Slate's Nuval Academy at Annn|>nlis, Mil., will nr- rive tomorrow morning to spend (he holldnys n-llli his iwrcnts, M,-. „,„( Mrs. E. F. Dloineyor and family Mr. and Mrs, Marcus Kvrard and Mrs. Mnrgnret FlanniKun have as their holiday guests their n \ m . Mrs. C. V. Jones and her yoim« son' James Noel, of Monlgumery. Ala Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Diimfiind su'ti James Hires Dunn, of Union City' Continuous Shows Every Day l!ox Office Opens \':*\z Show Shirts 2:(l(i LISTKN TO KU'N 3:00 a.m. 12;.|5 p.m. ,i : ;{0 Last Time Tocliiy Uncertain Glory with Errol ['lyiui anil I'uul l,nl(ns rnramniml ^'e^vs utul Selected Short Subject Saturday LEON ERROL JOHN CARRAOINE ALAN CURTIS EVELYN ANKERS GALE SONDERGAARD Tain., will arrive tomorrow to be (he ("vniiisht cm-sts of her mother. Mrs, 1 earl Hires, who will return homo with (hem Sunday lor a visit of three' months. Mr. and Mrs. w. M, McKciv/.lc will have as their holiday gnesls theu- sons, ymnuel I'hllllps'McKen- of Allims, (;»., wlin already has arrived; and Corp. William McKcn- /le, stationed ut Chanute Held ill who will IK. here Sunday. Marion Randolph Smith, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph tjnillh. Is III ill the home or his parents at liro West Ash. Mr. and Mrs. llanerofl Terry left loday f,»i Memphis W ||ei-o (hey will join relatives oi Mr, Tei ry's' from Little Hock for (h e chnslmas holidays. ella Humphreys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry llumplnvv.s, Js vlsitliij. m Osceola as Ihe guest of Mine Whit,- and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Willie, Lieui. ami Mrs. Hal si,x>r<. ,,n<l diUiHliter, Nancy, of Lawrcncevtlle. in., iirnvrd jTstmlny for n visit with IMilennnt Moore's p.ncnts Dr. mill Mrs. L, 11, Moore ami fnin- Or. and Mrs, I. u, Johnson will nave as their holiday guests her two nieces, Miss Mary Ann and Miss Jean Wyse of Memphis, «•»<> will arrive tomorrow nioiiilnr Albert SiitliM, n senior ,it /.oiiisl- ana Slate University, Dalon l(mii;e will arrive tomorrow to spend the holidays with his parents, Or tmd Mrs. J. A. Snllba. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nonls Mouii of bvatisvlltc, Iiul. mid the Rev, and Mrs. William Cwley and two children, Uavld and Carol, «t Harrison. Ark, win nrrlfc Monday (o spend Christmas wilh Mr. nnd Mrs Mi T Moon. The C'ooleys also will be Guests of -the Dcv. Mi-. Coolev's inirnils. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. K. cooli'v, dnvniR their week's visit luw. Mrs. K f in\\ Gill of Little Itock has arrived | 0 b« (lie holidiiy guest of her diiushter, Mrs. Jim Ciufton mid Mr. Crnfton, Other guosls ex- pccled to arrive tomorrow HIT Mrs Crafton's sIMer. Mrs. I'uul Itussell and Mr. Hussell and (heir son and (laughter, Paul Jr., n .nd Miss Mary Ella Itussell, all of Lcwlsville, Ark. . Ainoin; oul of town people here f.->r tlie funeral of Ciipt. Ciilvln Moody this afternoon were I hive of Ills uncles, Jack Webster, l''ied i Wi'lwer and James Webster, all of 1 Memphis, and his cousin, Miss i Hobble Hutler or MuiKhiiU, Texas" liilwln Wmlmmi, who is tiltrnilliiii i University eif Arkansas at l-'uyiuti'- I vllli', will iiiTlvr loiiiomnv morn, IIIK to spend the weekend wilh his .parents. Air. anil MI*, Hurry Wml- |iimn mid liunlly. Ifandolph "lied" Parks, seiniian 1-c in the Navy, hus nn-lvcil lu spi-ml a ITi-dny leuve liero with hK nmlh- er, Mrs, C. H. I'arks, mill nllier n-ln- Itvi's, Mr. Parks IUIF ivceh-.-il (hi 1 rni'lJle Ilnul i m iHimids ivivlicd in iK-llmi with Hie Navy In the Koiitli! PAGE To our friends and customers, • wherever I hey may: be, we send our Christmas greetings ; irst National Bank Tfio Only National BanKtn Mississi P[ )f£ounty I'lieille. i\li-,s. w. K nj-ower wus niliiiltlc<l to Wiills Uospllal ycsteidiiy s/tw- "tioii lor trcnlinent utter Jmvlng [wen ill nt her' home -rot (hispasfc - two weeks. , ' •-- •• *• OrijTnnl Sc.ccr, fh t (,-, p, : ,,,.,.„ , fa ,. ai . f , Sugjcslirj by 'Tic lon-h'o Mm" \,. " H G ViltlS . Picduted ond Directed by FORD BElCE A UKIVERSAl PICTURE jr) Serial: "Illack Arrow" 8 and Hlmrl Con. Showing Sal'clay 1:00 to IhSO Sunday snd Monday Paramount News and Selected Sharl Siiljjcrls t'ontinuons-SliowinK yini. 1:15 to U Clmstma tmffol ^ 25 yd, lb, SOUIH WESKBN Bttl TELEPHONE COMPANY ,nead.pourler News''Want Ads, ANTIQUES ^r?ir^i ctaui - L " ri ^ ta> -""• - «"" LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP lIll'V. (il Urn 11 ti A Joy on to All •We blow the trumpets loud and Jong—and hope youll hear our yiilcticle song. Its-music is in children's laughter on Christmas morn and the long days after. Its words aren't always in perfect rhyme, Inn they're joined to wish you a glorious tune! As for 1945—may it see you heartily thrive; and while its bells in gladness ring,' godspeed the happiness ir may bring. ITHAL, Incorporated Main at Roilroad In Blytheville' ' ' or Christmas Christmas Potted Plants Laurel Roping - Wreaths Orchids — Corsages of. all kinds Cut Flowers Vases — Glassware — Figurines Flowers brinj,'. a note of dicer that seems to magnify the holiday-spirit.-So',''-.''. for more happiness at Christmastime, give flowers. • -•-'• • * * ' NOW Is The Time To Place Telegraph Orders! ower Shop Hotel Glencoe B!dg. Member F.T.D. Phone 491— N^hts 2747:

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