Kythevllle (Ark.) Courier New — Saturday, December IS, 19CT — Pag* Thren Women's Club Has Yule House Tour A Christmas House Tour was held by the Blytheville Women's Club, Dec. 10. Approximately 300 guests called between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. Four homes wer toured. The home of Mrs. Ray Harrison was decorated in keeping with yesteryear. The entertaining rooms were decorated in holly. A Christmas tree stood in the music room decorated with handmade decorations used in the 1800s. Mrs. Harrison's hostesses were Mrs. Tommy Young, Mrs. Max Watson, Miss Gwyn Harrison, Mrs. Davis Fowler, Mrs. Jim Parks, Mrs. Jim Johnson, Mrs. Forrest Moore; Mrs. Randall Hawks, Miss JoAnn Jarrett, Mrs. Johnny Baxter, Mrs. Betty Redden, Mrs. F. F. Patrick, Mrs. Tom Little Jr., and Mrs. Alvin Lane. Mrs. C. G. Redman received guests in her apartment decorated in Christmas colors red and green. Those assisting Mrs. Redman •were Mrs. James Lee, Mrs. Allen Bush, Mrs. F. G. Hiecnel, ! Mrs. Claud Bush and Mrs. F. I L. Husband. ! Guests were received by Mrs. M. J. Koehler in her home dec- • orated throughout with green i and gold. Assisting her were Mrs. Ray I Hall, Mrs. Jim Tully, Mrs. Rob! ert Hall, Mrs. Jim Peterson and ! Mrs. Joe Pace of Jonesboro. I Mrs. Marcus Gaines, attired , in a Christmas red dress with ' matching accessories, received ! guests. j The entertaining roofns carried a red and green color i scheme. I Christmas punch was served i the guests from the dining room table. It was covered with a ! red net cloth centered with a crystal epergne holding red and white carnations. Miss Patti Casey of Little |Rock, Mrs. Richard Wright jand Mrs. Harvey Morris presided over the tea table. Others assisting Mrs.. Gaines were Mrs. William Loyd Whit", taker, Mrs. Jennings Bailey, jMrs. J. L. Westbrook, Mrs. ' Sam Haynes, Mrs. J. W. Ray- i der and Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. John Cherry is circle leader. Circle Two met with Mrs. ELECTED OFFICERS—Ttie personnel of Gosnell School voted recently to form a Gosnell Education Association. Newly elected officers are: (left to right) president, Mrs. James E. Bevill; vice-president, Henry Hornbuckle; secretary, Mrs. Glina Braden, treasurer, Mrs. Ruby Huntzicker and program chairman and chaplain, Floyd Ward. Bible Class Has Party The Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church met Friday, Dee. 8, for the Christmas meeting with 15 members and six guests present. The guests were Mrs. F. L. Patrick, Mrs. Ray Harrison, Mrs. Sam Haynes, Mrs. Vedus Fowler, Miss Cynthia Nordeen and Miss Charlene Hurst. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. H. L. Hunter. Mrs. Ramey read the minutes of the previous meeting. Mrs. E. E. Hardin gave the financial report for the year. The program consisted ot a devotional, by Mrs. P. E. Cooley, "0 Holy Night" sung by Mrs. Henderson Hall and a reading "The Other Wise Men" by Mrs. Sam Haynes. Christmas songs were sung by Mrs. Harrison and Miss Hurst, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Patrick. Miss Alma Peters gave a reading. The meeting was closed with the benediction. Refreshments of fruit cake with whipped cream, nuts and coffee,, were served by the host- esss, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. H. L. Harp, Mrs. Cooley and Mrs. E. H. .Goodrich. Organ music was played by Mrs. Patrick and Mrs. Harrison during the social hour. Youths Have Party Thursday Eight members of the Young People and Intermediate Classes of Arrnorel Baptist Church held their Christmas party Thursday night in the fellowship hall of the church. The hall was decorated in a I Christmas theme. A small table held a Christmas tree with gifts placed under it. A scavenger hunt was held and other games played. Refreshments were served and gifts exchanged. Mrs. Jake Garrison presented a gift of a gold pin to the girls and key chains to the boys. Special awards were given to Miss Donna Spurlock and Miss Kaye Lawrence, for-.a 1 w ays having their Sunday School lesson prepared. Extra Room Many families don't have extra rooms to spare and are using sofa beds to turn the living room into a double - purpose room. Room - darkening shades in gay colors or patterns add a mix - or -match decorative flair to windows and provide efficient blackout service for sleeping. Protect Nails Working bare - handed? Apply hand cream under nail tips before you begin. The cream helps keep out grease and grime and wipes away when the job is done. To bleach gardeners' nails and get rid of ugly nail stains, use a crystal- clear cuticle remover under the nail tips and around cuticles. One new remover rinses away excess cuticle with water, leaving nails as clean and white as a professional manicure does. Contrary to what many people believe, young women suffer from dry skin. One survey vealed that the greatest usage of bath oil is among woman under 35, who are perhaps more sophisticated in skin - care techniques than their mothers. Today's bath oils are a vast improvement over the skin treatment used by women in the Renaissance. They plastered pieces of raw bacon on their skin to alleviate dryness. — Society News e'hyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 Coming Events Monday Tops Club First Baptist WMS W.S.C.S. of First Methodist Trinity Baptist WMU Dell Methodist W.S.C.S. . Family Fellowship Supper, First Christian Church, 7:30 p.m. Dell Baptist WMU , Episcopal Churchwomen Tuesday Contract Club Tuesday Bridge Club 1 p.m. Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Airmen's Wives Club at Kings ley Hall 7:30 p.m. Xi Xi Chapter Beta Phi Sigma Orpheus Music Club with Mrs W. J. Wunderlich Ladies Golf Association at Country Club, 12 noon Lone Oak Extension Homemakers Club Gamma Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Piii African Violet Club Blytheville Junior High School P.T.A. Wednesday Down One Bridge Club 97th ARS Wives Club Great Book Club. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League Thursday Club Thursday Supper Club, American Legion Hut Flat Lake E. H. Club Culbertson E. H. Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge League First Christian CWF Meets Moa Charity Group was hostess to the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church Monday night in the fellowship hall of the church. The dinner was served buffet style from a table decorated with hurricane candle lamps and holly. . The dinng room table was also decorated with runners of holly. And each hurricane lamp was encircled with holly. Mrs. Vernon Strickland, president, conducted the short business meeting, which was held following dinner. Plans were completed for Woman's Day Jan. 7, with Mrs. Lew Davis, missionary to India, to be the guest speaker. Mr. Davis and his family are home on furlough and plan to return to India in July 1968. Correspondence the group has received last, month was read by Mrs. James Terry. A Christmas letter to the church from Mr. Davis was also read. At the close of the business meeting, the offering was taken. Mrs. Terry gave the dedication prayer. Each member brought a gift for the senior citizens of the church. They were placed on a table covered with a white cloth overlayed with white net caught at the corners and center with green and blue bells and with white glittered poinsettia. The centerpiece was a white Styfofoam plaque on which there was a large aqua and white candle tree intertwined with aqua net and colored lights. A small green and blue angel completed the arrangement. Cash gifts for the CWF project were placed on a silver Christmas tree. The piano featured a manger scene with white ceramic ag- urines made by Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. Mrs. John C. McHaney was in charge of the program "A Mother's Christmas Commun- )n." A Women's Ensemble composed of Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. Willard Gentry, Mrs. Roy Nolen, Mrs. Luella Hastings, Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. Terry, sang carols, accompanied on the piano by Miss Diana Strickland. The group observed communion with Mrs. J. P. Garrott and Hiss Lela Beck giving prayer and Mrs. John McHaney and Miss Neal Luckett serving communion. The meeting closed with the missionary benediction. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Eddie Ford, Mrs. Clarence Andrews, Mrs. Strickland and Miss Strickland. Mrs. Applebaum Hosts C and N Cloristmas Party Mrs. Phillip Applebaum was hostess to a Christmas party in Iher home Thursday night for members of the C and N Club. A white Christmas tree with red satin balls was in the living GLITTERING FOR HOLIDAY EVENINGS are ttews knits of Tycora acrylic, nylon and metallic yarn. Designed by Rosemary of Caledonia KnJta, these fashions an wrinkle-face and light to weight. BfoMfe pattern on wUto tut tut* dasb of metafile to Bgtt •? «£e glamor- OBBtookoftte dress (left). Halter neckline to low to the back. Sky bine and silver dress (right) Is in a lacy stitch thrt W«r«l* float*. "A Christmas Prayer." The group sang Christmas carols accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Applebaum and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Gifts were distributed by Mrs room. Applebaum, dressed as Santa The dining table was center-(Claus. ed with a gold sleigh and white reindeer. During the brief program, Mrs. Walter Lutes read "The Christmas. Story" from the second chapter of Luke. Mrs. Vashti Simpson gave a reading "The Real Meaning of Christmas" and Mrs. Garth Castillo read Pictures were taken of the group displaying or modeling their gifts. Each member brought an article for the Jaycee Christmas party. Mrs. Charlie Lutes will host ihe January meeting. Cantata Is Sunday Trinity Baptist Church will have its Christmas Cantata, "Christmas Carols" by Peterson at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy Smwimi y Christmas Special! 5 MARTHA ROSE'S jj BEAUTY SHOP JBreck Bsauly Time $,fi50 * Permanent Waves Q Thru Dec. 16-20 100% Human $9fl95j Hair Wigs III Chrtrtmu OPERATOR! i ^Martha Rose Dangar ^39 9 Lutrlclo' SnrableQ Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "BONNIE & CLYDE" SUN. • MON. • TUES. Presbyterian Circles Meet Presbyterian Circles met i ent. Monday for a Bible Study, "The ] Mrs. Charles Leggett gave the Holy Spirit of God to His. Bible st;;dy and Mrs. George Church." j Wilson gave the emphasis. The emphasis for December! Mrs. Martin Wilkinson is the is the Jay Gift for retired Pres- circle chairman. bylerian ministers and their families. Circle One met with Mrs. S. E. Tune with 10 members present. Mrs. Jack Germain moderated the Bible study, and Mrs. C. Circle Six met with the circle chairman Mrs. J. B. Fisher, wit : i eight members present. Mrs. Floyd Harolson gave the Bible study and Mrs. Herman Besharse gave the emphasis. Circle Seven .met in tiie D. Harrison gave the emphasis, i manse with Mrs. Wilson Briley as hostess with seven members and two guests present. Mr. T. L. Roberts gave the Vernon Thomasson with 15 mem- ; study and Mrs. Martin Wilkin- bers present. Mrs. Ernest McKenzte gave the Bible study and Mrs. Thorn- mason gave the emphasis. Circle chairman is Mrs. Joe son gave the emphasis. Mrs. Bill Hancock and Mrs. Helen Milan are co-chairmen of the circle. Circle Three rnet with circle chairman, Mrs. I. M. Castlio, for a luncheon with 10 members and one guest, Mrs. Arnold Britton, president of W.O.C present. Mrs. Walter Day gave the Bible Study and Mrs. Johnny Marr gave the emphasis. Circle Four met with Mrs. H. H. Houchins with Mrs. George Muir Sr. as co-hostess 1 with 10 members present. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty gave the Bible study. Mrs. J. E. Dicks, who presided in the absence of the circle chairman, Mrs. J. A. Leech gave the emphasis. Circle Five met with Mrs. Tom F. Tompkins for a luncheon with nine members pres- Cantata Is Sunday Calvary Baptist Church will present their Christrnas Cantata "Love Transcending," by John W. Peterson, at 7:15 p.m. Sunday night. Soloist will be Rev. John Lamb, Mrs. Rose Kirk, M r s. c i ass won secon( j p ] ace . Carl Southerland, Charles Lynxwiler and Hugh Bell. Ed Butler is director. The public has been invited to attend. PTA Reports Deli Parent-Teacher Association met Wednesday afternoon in the school cafetorium at 3 p.m. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Joe Dildine. Mrs. Curtis Duncan presented "The Christmas Story" as the devotional. The Christmas program was presented by the elementary, junior high and senior high glee clubs. Mrs. Margaret Jenkins is director of the club. The cafetorium was decorated with a Christmas tree and the serving table was covered with dark green cloth and overlaid with lace. The centerpiece was a red Christmas candle encircled with holly and mistletoe. Hostesses were Mrs. William Knight, Mrs. Billy Griggs, Mrs. Leroy Richardson and Mrs. John Creecy. Room count was won by Mr. Rigg's eighth grade class and Mrs. Greenway's third grade Bits of Ncwsl 5 . | moitly perioncu FmiMiiiiiiiiniiBiiiisiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiilliililiilliR Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lee-.'bj:'. Palmdale, Calif., have been "thr guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. ..-„; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kinniy/ will leave today for NewarX,.' N. J., to spend the Christmas holidays with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Dicatua. C. L. Smith Is a patient in" Chickasawba Hospital. He is-1n Room F-5 and is allowed visi- v .. tors. ";,' Birthday Is r :: Celebrated - : 2 , A surprise birthday party honoring Teresa LaFarlette on hit" 16th birthday was held at th.e• American Legion Hut Wedriesv day night. Twelve guests attended and special guests were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxine tayne, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glin Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dildine. Mr. and Mrs. Dildine helped sponsor the party. Refreshments of cake, cold drinks, potato chips and dip were served. The remainder of the evening was spent dancing. Bath Time Before baby's bath time, assemble everything you'll need and place it where you can reach it with one hand. A written check list taped on the wall is a good way of double-checking that all equipment is nearby. Before diapering, apply a lotion or petroleum jelly on the diaper area and skin creases. They are designed to protect against rash and keep comfortable and happy the next change. baby until Spot Stains Fresh stains are always more easily removed than old stains. Make it a rule to check linens and children's garments before into the clothes treat the stains J.W. Reals Sunday Speaker At Lake Street J. W. Rea, superintendent of Gosnell schools, will be .the speaker at 11 a.m. services at Lake Street Methodist Church Sunday. During the 7 p.m. services, young people of the church will present a special Christmas program. On Dec. 24 Rev. Marshall Birdwell will bring the 11 a.m. message. The church's pastor, Rev. E. H. Hall, is recuperating from surgery. Rebekah Lodge Has Party Joy Rebekah Lodge Nurnber 57 had their Christmas party Monday night at the Razorback Restaurant. The table was covered with a white linen cloth centered with a silver, red and white Christmas arrangement. Each member received a "Santa Claus" goblet made by Mrs. Grace Morphew. After toe dinner, the remainder of the evening was spent at the Lodge Hall where the members exchanged gifts. Each member revealed their secret pal. Games were, played with prizes going to Mrs. John Shinault and Mrs. Rhoda Ashabranner. Mrs. Virgil Hill won the door prize. Assorted party foods and iced drinks were served. Special guests attending were Ann Willingham, Mrs. Louise Kennemore, C. S. Birmingham, Richard Fullerton and Zeb Collins. Christmas Cantata "CAROL OF CHRISTMAS" by Peterson PRESENTED BY TRINITY BAPTIST CHOIR UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MRS. MARTIN SIFFORD Sunday, Dec. 17-7:30 P.M. Public Cordially Invited TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH East Main DURfNG WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children SSc. Mon. thra Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission 90o & SSc. Friday,' Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from Z p.m. 90c & 35<v LAST TIME TODAY 7N THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT" — with Rod Steiger & Sidney Poitier (A-MY) SUN. • MON. • TUES. (NC) ELECTRIFYING CURTIS KIRK DOUGLDS LRUREIICE DLIUIER JERR Simmons GHRRLES LflUGHTOn PETER usunou JOHR Gfluin COMING SOON TO THE RITZ FATHOM — With Riqud Welch ; ; ROSIE — With Rosalind RuiMl! A Slndra DM : - TAMWT It THE MIIXIONAIRE — With Debbie Watson ,' WACKY WORLD OF MOTHER GOOSE (A SpecUl Chll«r«n% Matinee - Dec. 22-23) ".
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