The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 6, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SheJton, Society Editor Phone 446l Pink Highlights Decoration At Dessert Bridge Shower A' tiny cradle and buggy filled with white chrysanthemums lied in ribbons of pale pink marked the long Uble on which layette gifts were arranged to be presented to Mrs. Harold Nunn at the desert bridge given in- her honor Monday night at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. E, L. Boggs, Mrs. Auctreanel Freeman and Mrs. Frank Griftsby were hostesses to the live tables of guests. * Tiny toys topped each ol the small tables at which fiuests were seated. High score prize in the bridge same was won by Mrs. Joe T. Hughes, second high by Miss Sally Sallba, and bridge by Mrs. Dick Watson. Placed over the large basket of gifts as a ''guard" \vas the figure of a stork. Decorations of the gift table were highlighted in shades of pink. All Members Are Present For Weekly Bridge Game All members of the Tuesday Bridge Club were present yester- . day for the weekly afternoon of bridge at which Mrs. Max B. Held was hostess at her home on Mai Street. A dessert course was served. High score winner was Mrs. E. M. Regenolri. with second high going to Mrs. W. c. Higginson. + • * Town and Country Club Meets with Mrs. Clark Mrs. a. a. Caudill was high score winner and *iirs. James B. Clark, second high In the bridge game of the Town and Country Club yesterday. ' Hostess to the club was Mrs. Clark .who entertained at her home on S Highway 61. Set tbout the entertaining room were decorations accenting the approaching holiday season. Refreshment* were served. League Merhbers Play at Club Methodist Women Have Annual Christmas Party Miniature snowmen were set at intervals about the tea table used Monday at the annual Christmas party of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of.the First Church held in the church entertaining jooms. Silver candelabra holding slender red tapers provided the lighting for Hie striking table scene, clusters of holly and nandina berries studded at intervals with the tiny snowmen formed the decorations. Mrs. W. L. Homer, president presided at Ihe table assisted by Mrs Henry Humphreys, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. R H. Kirby. Preceding the tea hour a program in which the Christmas story was read by Mrs, E. J. cure was presented. Christmas carols and selections were given by the high school girls' quartette. The program wns under the direction of Mrs. n. A. Nelson. Assisting the chairmen. Mrs Nelson, with tJie yuletide event were the following hostesses, Mrs John Caudill, Mrs. Earl Nail, Mrs A N Williams, Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mrs, Don Smith. Mrs. Clara Davis. Mrs. G, A. Hale, Mrs. John Fcather- ston, Mrs. c. A. Cunningham. Mrs I. R. Coleman, Mrs. A. M. R. Bran| son. Mrs, W. J. Pollard, Mrs. p B I Cooley. Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold Mrs I Henry Humphreys and Mrs n H Klrby. HOUSE DllESS ^ th«. Howell movement, three «nd one«ialf tables of country Club Duplicate •. Bridge League members met last night at the Country Club for the weekly ses- •lon. . : , Mra. .C. W. Afflict and Mrs. R. p. Klrshner were high score winners with Jim Roleson and Bernard ,Gooch and O. 5. Crowell and Mrs. •C. c. Councille tying for second .high. 'I hfee Guests Are Invited To Weekly Dessert Bridge Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr.. and Mrs, C. C. Councille were guests yesterday with members of Ln Petite Club, when Mrs Mnx Usrey was hostess to the group at her home for a dessert bridge. Seated 'at small tables for the game, hiRh score was won by Mrs Councilte. with second b>h and brldgo being won by Mrs' F E Utley. * * * Donations Voted By Auxiliary A donation of $25 was voted to be sent to the Kennedy General Hospital'television fund last night at the bi-monthly Legion Auxiliary meeting. Mrs. J. F. Brownson was a new member. Other business plans -made during the session conducted by Mrs. H. L. Halsell, Jr., were contribution.? to the Tuberculosis Association and the Community Chest. A Joint Yule party to be given with the Legionnaires was planned for Dec. 19. Committee chairmen named for the affair were Mrs. Paul Mahon, decorations; Mrs. Speck 8669 34-48 By Sue Burnett Here Is a chramlngly simple house dress that comes in a. wide range of sizes. Designed In the' popular wrap-around style, it has narrow ruffling to trim the collar and useful pocket. Pattern No. 8669 Is a. sew-rlte perforated pattern for sizes .54, 36, 38, 40. 42. 44. 46 and 48. Size 36. 515 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25c plus 5c for first-class mailing, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Qiiincy Street, Chicago 5. 111. Don't miss the latest Issue of FASHION—just off the press! .This Fall and Winter catalog is planned lo guide you smoothly in' sewing smart, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. McGregor, games." and Mrs. Brownson and Mrs. Bill txroper, foods^ It was agreed that a Christmas gift box will be sent to a veterans hospital somewhere In the United Stales. In conclusion Mrs. Ifalsell announced that anyone wishing to contribute gifts to the box should contact Mrs. Speck McGregor »t 6435 and arrangements will be made. For hospitality... hamburgers and Coke/ friendly go-togethers •o easy to serve Brass, Copper and Aluminum Ware Crystal and Chln» e' Cologne for men and women Sachet anrl Ousting I'owrfcr Cologne. Bottles Candles Christmas Tree Ornaments * Foreign Students Address Osceola Progressive Club OSCEOLA, Ark.. Dec. 6—Three Memphis State College foreign exchange students representing Cuba, Germany and France, addressed members of the Osceola Progress Club at a meeting yesterday In th« club rooms. Mrs. p. o. (jwyn, president, presided as the club voted to make contributions to the Arkansas Tuberculosis Association, the Kennedy Veterans Hospital, Memphis and the Arkansas State School for the Blind, which is an Arkansas Federation project. Chairman of the program. Mrs. Franklin Sanders, who also serves as education chairman, introduced the BUCSIS, Miss Fiosea Schirm of Lavlngen, Germany, Miss Jacqueline DoFond of Paris, France and Miss Ester Franco of Habana. Cuba. The guests discussed education in their respective countries. Miss Schirm Is sponsored by the Tennessee Federation of Women's Club and was brought to Memphis State College by the group. She plans to return to Germany to teach following her graduation. She is majoring in elementary education. Miss DeFonrt was brought to this country by the mstiutc of international Education in New York. Her father, L. DcFond, is an eminent educator in Prance and recently visited schools in this country. Miss DeFond is a laboratory assistant In French. Also brought lo Iiii 5 country by the Institute of International Education Miss Franco is a laboratory assistant in Spanish. At the conclusion of the guests' speeches Mrs. Gwyn presented them with gifts Irorn the club. . Guests for the meeting were Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. H. B. Bradford all of Osceola. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. R: H. Cummings, chairman' Mrs. Madeline Campbell, Mrs. B. W. Bragg, Mrs. A. O. Brickey, Mrs, R. O. Bryan, Mrs. Guy Butler, Mrs. Lalah Coble, Mrs. V. C. Colbert, Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. George Edrington, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Helen Day and Mrs. Chester Danehower. Decorations of the club were suggestive of the Yule juason. At The Hospitals Btjthevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. M. Oallaway, ManUs. H'»ll« HojplUl Dismissed: Mrs. p., P. King, CUy J. W. Williams, City Mrs. Johnny Ray and baby, city Mr*. Delma Burleson and baby, Rt. 2 MM. W. D. Fatten. City Mrs. W. D. Howard, Dell;,!- ' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1950 4 Guests Attend Season o.f Prayer Four guests, Mrs. S. A. Stanley Janet Boyd, Billie Fay* Graham and Dorothy Rolllson met with the 21 members of the Business Women's Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church last night lor a Season of Prayer. The meeting was held in the basement of the church. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove presided over the business session preccdint the program, "The Urgency of Worlc Voices." Participating In the discussions were, Mrs. Herman Mays, Mrs. Ellen Conley, Mrs. Grace Caldwell Mrs. Vernon Boyd and 'Mrs J M Rcss. Prayers were offered by Mrs Raymond Belknap and Mrs. P. H Jcrnigan. Bits of News WMU Conducts All Day Meeting Mrs. orville Northcutt was hostess Monday at her home in the Number Nine Community to members of the Woman's Missionary Union for an all day Lottie Moon Season of prayer. Singing of the WMU hymn of the year followed with prayer by Mrs. Raymond Whittle opened the session. Participants in the discussions were Mrs. T. N. Johnson, Mrs. Hershel Rustin, Mrs. Northcutt. Mrs. Geneva Caldwell, Mrs. Frank Coats and Mrs. Coy Northcutt. A potluck luncheon was served. Following the afternoon portion of the program the 6 meeting was closed with a session of prayer. Coming Events Social Calendar Lutheran Women's Guild meet, at 8 p.m. with Mrs. p. L. Little, 405 Holland. Thursday Thursday Luncheon Club entertained by Mrs. SanJord Boone. Mid-Week' Club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. W. B. Mayo hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs.. W. J. Cupples entertaining the Avalon Club. Kibitzer Club plays it the home of Mrs. Johnny whtte. Frldir Mrs. W. P. McDaniel entertaining the Friday Contract club. Indians of New Mexico were making rope and crude textiles from the fibers of the yucca plant before the first European explorers arrived more than 400 years'ago.,•' • Looking for An Unusual Gift AT A VERY MODERATE PRICE? • Your Christmas problems are solved at The Glfl Shop. Here you will find a glorious assortment of unusual gtfls . . . surprisingly priced from less than a dollar, upwards. Here we have room lo suggest just i few: \ Gift Wrapping Tajicr, Ribbon, Scotch Tapes Chrlslmn Napkins Dolls Trinkets GIFTS FOR MEN • Aah Tr»j« • Book Endt • Crystal ind China • Cljareltt Boies • Cigarette Trajj OTHER SUGGESTIONS \ • M.inllr Appointment] • Antique China anil Gl;is.« • Compacts by Yoluiile' and French imports • After dinner Cups i; Siucere • Cncklall Glasses and Shaken • lovely Tolt Trays • Lufsage Racks To be prepared for hospitality keep Coke on hand Buy a case or carton Carton 6 Bottle lOtrtEO UNOU AtltHOHIIY Of THC COC*-COl* CORUNY .¥ COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE II is truly impossible to lisf everything that will appeal to everyone's taste. Therefore, the important thing is for you to drop in nnd shop leisurely for Ihe names on your list. You'll enjoy the convenience of shopping in oiie store fur some of the most beautiful gifts shown in America, For the man, fur tlic lady, for the home. The Gift Shop will he open each day from f) a.m. to 3 P.M., beginning .Monday and Inslinjr through, the Christmas season. So do come hi. Remember, if you don'l buy we slill love you. MOSS BRYAN at 103 East Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stabler and son, Dickie, spent the weekend in Oxford, Miss., as guests of Mrs Stablcr's sister, Mrs. Robert Holt and family. They went especially to attend the Ole Miss-Miss. State football game. They were accompanied to Oxford by Gary Holt, who had been spending two weeks here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs M. E. Cooke. Mrs. J. N, Walker, Jr., and daughter, Sharon and Laverne Walker of Sikcston will arrive tomorrow to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Shelburne Brewer, Mr. Walker will join them Sunday for the return trip. Pvt. William F. Davis, son of Mr and Mrs. E. L. Davis of Blytheville has completed his Air Force basic airmen Indoctrination course nt Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Mrs.. B. O. Black is now at her home at 509 Chickasawba after having been a patient at Sander's Clinic in Memphis for the past several days. Mr. and. Mrs. o. W. McCutchen have as then houseguest Mrs. Stan '• Barton of Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Barton is spending several days with her parents, while Mr. Barton is a patient at Barnes Hospital, St Louis. _ Condition.of Mrs. Ray Print who is ill at her home on Kenwood Drive, is reported as improved Mrs. Cora Anderson has returned from Temple and Fort Hood, Tex where she had spent a month as guest of her daughter, Mrs W f, Harrell and family. •».«. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wicks an- LUXORA NEWS «>>Mr. G C. Urtfu Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozelle entertained their 3-tabte canasta-bridge club at their country home on Monday night with a dinner. Mra. Champ Meadows was guest for the evening. Mrs. Elmer Hall and G. C.. Driver won high score prizes for the night's games. Mr. and Mrs. Tyc Adams and daughter. Nan, spent the holidays in Pine Bluff visiting relatives. Mrs. Grover Driver and Mrs. 'G. C. Driver. Jr., and children spent Monday in Memphis. Mrs. Sue Brown Is visiting her nounc'e the birth of their third child, a daughter, Nov. 17 in the Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Tex., where they make their home. She has been named Bonnie Sue .They have two other children. Billy and John. Mrs. Wicks Is the former Miss Frances Anderson of Blythcville. daushter, Mrs. Hayes Gowan, and family in Memphis for several days. G. C. Driver flew to Ft. Sill, Okla., Saturday for two days active duty there. Miss Betty Mifflin, who attends State Teachers College in Con way, Is visiting her mother here for the weekend. Miss Christine Calvert of Conway visited friends here this weekend. Miss Martha Lucas, who atten^i St. Vincent School of Nursing R? Little Rock, was guest of her parents here over the holidays. Tommy Stanford, student at the University, of Arkansas, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford. Miss Wilma Lane, student at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, spent the holidays with her parents here over the holidays. Robert Gray, student at Arkansas Tech in Russetlville .spent the holidays here with his parents. Mrs. Raymond Pate spent the holidays visiting relatives v in Parkin and Booneville. The population of Buenos Aires, Argentina, is 3,000,371. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. ind 4:00 p.m. daily for nur pro- Cram announcements. Bo% Office Opens at l:lfc Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Contiguous Sho'tring Everyday Lost Times Today ERROL PATRICK FLYNN WYMORE RockyMounfain Selected Short Subjects Thursday & Friday R* ' BARBARA BLE STANWYCK Io Please a Lady Paramount News *. Selected Shorts GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Slnrts 7 P.M. 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