The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 8, 1950
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rou» .BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY/DECEMBER -8,- Jane Phone 4461 Winter Wonderland Scenes Useci at Supper-Dance Winter wonderland scenes were used throughout, the decorations of (he Hut last night for the monthly supper .dance of the Dell Supper Club at \vliich Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mr, and Mis. BlNy UOOHR were hosts s»d hostesses. Banking the rustic tireplsce ol the reception room with its roaring fire, were magnolia leaves enameled scarlet and flecked with snow. Red tajicrs set at either end of the fireplace. Toping a table of the room were poinsettins, also suggestive of the Vulcftde season. A cut work cloth'overlaid the central table from \vhich supper was served. A winter design of wa.\ greenery and Jiyhted red lajieis topped the table. Swirls of retl ceHophune .surrounded the base of the single tapers which studden the long serving (able.s. Glistening snwballs were arranged down the center of 'each table. . . ( A similar design to that topping the reception room fireplace IV.TS that adorning 'the bull room fire- plflce. Silver flecked (he large, mng- nqlia leaves which were studded with flickering red tapers. Following the buffet supper, the evening was spent in dancing. Mr. and Mrs^-_ Frank Totnlinson of Houston, Tex., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jefferies and'Mr. ami Mrs. Adolph Heintcke and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koehlcr were out- of-town guests. * * » Guests.Meet with Club At Johnny White Home Three guests were Invited to attend the weekly Rftcrnooivof bridge of the Kibitzer Cluh yesterday when the group met, at the Johnny While home on West Walnut. Mrs .J. M. wlllitm, Jr., Mrs. Ben Mnc White and Ivirs. Rouse Harp were the club's guests.. fallowing a. dessert course, bridge *as plnjed with Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr, nInning" high score jintl Mrs. Harp, second high; . * .... '. ;" Poinsettias Decorate Home For Rook Club Game • Poinsettla» decorated the W, B. Mayo home yesterday; when Mrs. Mayo ' entertained the Thursday Rook Club and two guests, Mrs. •7; O.. Huey and Mrs. Cleo vvrcnii for an afternoon of playing rook. -Mrs. Talmadge Huey was high (c'ore winner with Mrs. J. o. Huey winning second high, Rooko was won by Mrs. Leon Schrrer. J ' Pie and coffe were ' served. , * * ' K' . ' Yule Seasor^ Reflected In Table Appointments Place cards - fashioned fls tiny Christmas-trees adorned the dining table of the B. A. Lynch home yesterday for the 1 p.m. luncheon honoring the MidAveek Club and one guest, Mrs Jepe Taylor. Centering the'-long table was a Yule design accenting the place cards. : Playing bridge following the luncheon, high score winner wns Mrs. C. Af Cunningham with Mrs. Lynch winning, secon'd .high. FOR SPECIAL EVENTS By Sue Burnett Look slim and lovely on that next important occasion in this graceful yoked trocfc created expressly for the woman of slightly larger figure. Soft lace is used for yoke and sleeves, scallops edge the front closing. Pattern No. 8550 Is a sew-rllc perforated pattern for sizes 34, 3S. 38, 40, 42, 44. 46 and 48. Size 36, 3!i yards of 39-Inch; IVJ yards contrast, For this pattern, send SSc plus 5c lor first-class* inaliing. in COINS, yonr name, address, size desired, and thb PAITL'RN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W. CJuiiicy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Send 35.ceiU-s today for ru!| KJir! \Vhitw FASHION. This lalcjt Issue Is filled with news and ?i,vlcs lor a :$ii>art winter ward- tobe; Interesting "features; free gift pattern printed Insldt the boolc. Vlrs. Ulm Leads Scores For Weekly Bunco Club Mrs. Cecil Ulm was high score inner, Mrs. Bill Taylor, bunco and Mrs. Jack .Halslcad, low, last night at the weekly bunco: game of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. Bill Taylor was hostess at tier home for the occasion. The guests were seated at small [notes arranged in an cnterlainHg room for the game. Potted plants were set about the home. A dessert course with Iced drinks was served following nn evening of playing bunco. > Mrs. Sliamlm Is Guest With Avalon Bunco Club Mr.!, C. T. Sliamliii ivn/i the only guest, yesterday with members of the Avalon Bunco Club when the group met nt the home of Mrs. W. J. Cupplcs for the;weekly dessert bunco.: • ' ' • . . EARLY HARVEST -Suniny early iti (lie citrus groves of An- /ona's V.jJJcy of the Sun, Pat KcL'stirif; plucks samples of whul promise- 1 ; to be a bountiful ero[J. <\((lick Home Selling For Bridge-Luncheon Luncheon and bridge at the C. W. Atflick home yesterday honored members ol the Thursday Club and two guests, Mrs. M. A, s ana Mrs. 11. c. Sims were the group 1 * only guests. Chrysanthemums set in greei :ormcd the centerpiece for the dining table at which the guests were Tor the 1 p.m. affair, score winner 111 the bridge game was Mrs. R. D; Hushes, with .second high going to Mrs, E. B. Gee. L'Micheon-Briclge al Club by Mrs. Foslei- A three course luncheon followed by nu afternoon of bridge, al the CcuiHry club yesterday entertainci membrrs of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. P. D. Foster was hostess for Ihr weekly affair. The long lubli- from which the meal was served was finished with a ccnlcrvjicce of holly and harmqn- l/in« Yule decorations. Mrs. Henry Humphreys was high score winner in the bridge Ramr-. following, luncheon, with Mrs. F. B. Juyner winning second high priw>. Guest Addresses Yarbro HD Club A discussion of the recently 'established Woman's Exchange was heard by'the 15 members and guest of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club at the bi-monthly meeting Tuesday at the club house. Mrs. I. Bcntlcy ami Mrs. Howard Bowcn were the guests, with Mrs. Bowen presenting the address. Group singing followed by the devotional given by Mrs. Dave Abbott opened the session. A discussion of winter bouquets and Chrlstmns wreaths was lert by Mrs. B. A. BUKg and Mrs. B. A. Copeland. . Following Mrs. Bowcn'j! address, Mrs. El/.le'wheeler conducted a 1 business session. Plans wei'e made for a parly Uinlght at the club house, but due to Inclement weather It was announced yesterday that the affair would not be held. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens After dinner, the Crqtcnlf family drew 'round their hcurth, while Bob p re pored the Christmas punch. When the punch was served, Bob proposed o (cost A merry Christmas to us all, my dears. God bless us!" Which all Ihe family rc-eclioed. Bits of News At (In- Hosiiitais Walls Hosiilfal Dismissed: Kernice Wilson, lit. •!. A winier bouquet was arranged in Uie room of the home In which the afternoon wns spent. In the game, Mrs. Cupplcs wns i high score winner. Mrs. Bill allbow, I low and Mrs. Hugh Gentry bunco. l Plans were discussed "for llie| club's annual Christmas party I which will be held Dec. 14 Luncheon 'Club Has Bi-Monlhly Meeting • Mrs. Qanford Boone was hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club yesterday at her home for the bimonthly meeting, which livo guest.t, Mrs. Dick White ami Mrs. L. E, Old were invited lo attend. A 1 p.m. luncheon was served at tile dining table which wns centered with a tiny Christmas tree surrounded by 'tinkling bells. The remainder ol the afternoon was spent in playing bridge with high scnre prize being won by Mrs. Blan Heath and socnml high by Mrs. White. Gospel Meeting Now in Progress T. J. riuble of Houston, Tex . Is now conditctjn gR scries of gospel meetings at the Church of Christ in Blylheville and will 'con tlnue through Dec. 10. Mr. Ruble attended Dnvlri Llps- conib College. Nashville, and has done evangelistic work in Georgia, Colorado, Texas nnd Oklahoma. lie now resides in Houston, where lie^ls minister of the Milby Street Cbtirch of Christ. H. P. Sharp Is minister ol the local Church of Christ. Mania^e Licenses .The following couples obtained man-Inge .licenses yesterday at the ofrtce of Miss Elizabeth Blythc, county clerk: Ralph James Reedy and Miss Bonnlc Jean Hildebralld, both of Decnlur, III. Billy Jnmcs Parrish of Blythevtllc and \Ilss Dixie Joyce White of Ar- morcl. Mi.s. c. K. llilburn was removed to Memjihl-r Baptist Hospital Wednesday where she will undergo'treat. incut. Mr.,ntul Mrs. lyiuls Salmons announce- the birth of their third child, a daughter, Oct. 28 at East Side General Hospital In nrtrcU. Mich. She has been named Patricia Ij-c. Mrs. Salmons is the former Miss Lillie llailfy of Blythcvllle Mrs. Raymond Sliarnlin. Mr. and Mrs, Hilt Gilbow and Mrs. Bill Moreland arc spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Neal Ciesell returner! last night from Miami, Fla.. where she 1 had spent a week with Mr.- Gesell r who is employed there. She returned as far as Atlanta, aa., with Mr. Gesell who is Ijeiny transferred t«* Wilkes-Barre. Pa. •Condition of Robert Brown, who has been ill for the past few days is reported as improved. Mrs. Y. A. Bailey has returned from Detroit, Mich., where she had : spent three weeks with Mr. and • Mrs. Louis Salmons mid family. | Mrs. Ruby' Taylor ot Oklahoma | C/'ity, okla., is ',he lioiiseBlicst of Miss Clara Ruble and her guests, her brother, T. J. Rublo and'Mrs' Ruble ol Houston, Tex. Mrs. Taylor mill Mr. and Mra. Ruble/ire all former Oklahoma resident's. Mr. and Mrs. Max U. Reid and VIr. and Mrs. 'George Clark left this morning for Carndch to at- lend the Blytheville-Camden foot* : ball game Ionian!.. Mrs. Ocneva Cole underwent sur scry this morning at Walls Hospital. MY. and Mrs Luther Roberts are visiting in Lepanto as guests of their daughter, Mrs. George Viking and family. . Mrs. George Pyles and Mrs. W. J. Pollard tire spending two days in Memphis. ' Mrs. Herman Cross returned yesterday from Osccola where she had been spending several .days with her daughter, Mrs..Edwin :Seagravcs and family. Mrs. Cross underwent a check-up earlier this week In Memphis. .).',3. Halsell returned yesterday from Memphis Methodist Hospital where he had been n patient lor a week .Mr. Halsell was'motored to Blytlicvlllc by h'is daughter, Mrs. T. H, Chapman and Mr. Chapman. He is now at homo at, 1125 Holly. Hotel Site Goes Begging JOHORK BAHRU (API—Want a good hotel building site? You can have it fnr the asking. The Johure [;(>ertunCMit hits Ix'en trying for '.wo years to yet souie- ono interested in putting up a ho- Livestock NAT10NAL STOCKYARDS, III., Dec. H. <AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 11.000; burrows and gilts mostly 25 lowei' than Thursday's average; sows 25 lo 50 lower; bulk good and I choice 170-2.10 Ibs 18.25-fi5; largely ' I3-GO down; lop 18.75, mostly lor ; 170-!r.O lus but for few scaling 1!!0 1 Ibs or more; 210-300 Ibs 11.75-182"); i HO-I63 Ibs 17.10-1825; 110-130 Ibs ono interested in putting up a ho-1 »"-I63 liK 1T.10-I825; 110-130 Ibs tcl ou a beautiful strip of land i 15.10-1C.75; .sows -100 Ibs down 16.alrm: { tlio Straits of Johare [acini; - co " 17cn: fcw n>25; heavier sows Hinsaporc. So far, no one has ac ; ] H.75-16.01); .stags 12.00-14.50; boars ,_, ,, _ r, lOrjfl.l'iftn ceptcd the offer. 050-1300. Cattle 150; calves 300; bulls 25 penetrating Alas- \ higher: one load ' ilking! and are penetrating Alas- \ higher: one load good mixed steers ka's mountains by 'plane, milking! and heifers 32.50; odd head good the most of the short open seasons, com around 23.00-25; common and Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets HI 1:30 p.m. at Hotel Noble with team of lour. WANT ADS SflL nc. You Reach More People Through the Wont Ads Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHHVILLE COURIER • NEWS The DIXIE PIG is Coming "'TP T* ' ••"• I lo lown! Se/f-Governmenf JE:SSRLTON. North Borneo 1 IAPI. —Another Qrilish colony l.v on the' way to self-government. The first steps In that direction! have just been taken here with the.! creation of an executive and ic»is- lativo council and the introduction ol a new constitution. Ltuest Ilgures indicate that ther« I are 3.650.000 tractors on U.S. farms. The U.S. nineau of Mines has converted lignite Into a K»s. medium cows 2500-22.00; canners and cullers 10.00-20.00. The D i rl The Pride ol all PAX! Slilrls fint^Iicil to jinoolli perfection arc rlclivctrtl to you, thru into a. drawer and out ,i-am—in tlic same |>crfcct comliiiiiTi aj ilii-y Irfi o\ir finisltfrs, Surkod a\vay ,il lite hollon^ of lhe vS >. ilraivcr llicy'll lioM ii|i—l>ccau?ft the S1HKT I*AX \\\\\ never lei you down. For sKirl sfrMi-c *\ it) Fesi jml phone. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4418 Listen to KI.CN nt 10:10 a.m. ami 4:00 |).m. daily for our pro-' grain amiounremenls. Hoi Office Opens at 1:43 Stioir Starts ii:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Lost Times Today CI,A»K iABLE BAHBA1IA STANWYCK! 'nramount News A Selected Short-: Saturday VENESSA f- f ISAKKEK "Tarzan and the Slave Girl" Serial "IMrnles of the High, Seas" No. 3'K C:ulor>;i . font. Sbuwhi); Sat. 12:30-11:00 Sunday &. 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