The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO QCiztu, J»ne SheJton, Society Editor i Phonfl Partj' for Nine Guests Marks Twelfth Birthday The twelfth birthday of David Lee earner was marked Thursdaj with a party at the home of hi., parents on N. 6th St. for nine guests An afternoon of games and con tests made up the activities after which David Lee opened the as- lorted gifts. Individual cakes and hot chocolate were served. Mrs. Foster, Only Guest With Friday Contract Club One guest, Mrs. p. D. Poster, met yesterday at the W. F. McDanlcl home with members o! Ibe Friday Contract Club for the weekly meeting. Holly, and Christmas candles banked the mantel of the room in which the group was seated for the afternoon's activities. Mrs. a. O. P.^etz was high score winner and Mrs. Foster, second high. Mrs. R. C. Parr and Mrs Ley Welch, were brlriao winners. Refreshments were served by Mrs McDanlcl. Comina Events Social Calendar \ Lake Street WSCS meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday High" school PTA has annual Christmas party at 3 p.m. preceded by an Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. Tri-Town Club has 1 p.m. luncheon bridge Christmas pnrtv at Hotel Noble. \ ' Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon enlertaln- Ing Tuesday Bridge Club, La Nueve meets with Mrs. Ben Mac 'White. Mrs. Phillips Robinson hostess to La Petite. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Country'club at 7:30 p.m. ' Mrs. R. c. Allen hQstess for annual Christmas party honoring Club Bight ' Wednesday Mrs. otto Scrap* entertalnin TLE Club. CIS club plays bridge' at the home of Mrs. Harold Nunn. Mrs. W. L. Ingrum and Mrs. L B. Parks entertaining Twin Table Club. Hobby Lobby nt the First Methodist Church 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 7 30 p m. • ;, <. i Mrs E B. Gee entertaining Thursday Club MId-Week Club plays bridge »t the home of Mrs. Cecil Shane. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs c W. Affllck, Jr. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Cleo Wren. Mrs. Cecil Ulm hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Av«lon Bunco club meets with Mrs. Bill Gilbow. Hobby Lobby at First Methodist Church from 8 a.m. till 9 p.m. Friday, Mrs. G. o. Poetz entertaining KITCHEN MAGIC 8170 32-46 By Sue Burnett Ideal for shower gifts as well as your own apron wardrobe is this practical bib style that's scw- slmple. Finish with buttons and bright binding. Pattern No. 8170 Is In sizes 32 . 30. 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 4, IK yards of 35 or 38-Inch- 6 •ards binding. For these patterns, send 25c for •:ACH, plus 5c for first-class mail- ng for' each pattern ordered, In COINS, your name, address, sizes esired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 72 W. Qulncy Street, Chicago fl, Don't miss the laicst issue of FASHION—just off the press! This Pall and Winter catalog Is planned to guide you smoothly In sewing Biiinrt, wearable fall clothes. Free pattern printed Inside the book. 25 cents. Band Meeting Is Postponed - - • . ,i >"•• The monthly Band Bothers meeting originally scheduled for Monday night at 8 p.m. at the high school auditorium will not be held due to the Christmas parade it was announced today. S. C. Party 's Postponed The Yule parly of the Gleaner's Sunday school Clnss of the First Baptist Church originally scheduled for Monday night has been postponed until Tuesday night, due to the Christmas parade, it was announced today. The affair will begin at 7 p.m. at the W. L. Moxley homo on East Main Street. PEP.FUJMED FUR-To surround herself with an aura r.f fragrance, this young woman touches her furs lightly with perfume. At The Hospitals Rlythcvllln nosplt.il Dismissed: Mrs. Arthur Farm, City Mrs. Katherine Williamson, Tyler, Mo. Walls llosj.ihil Dismissed: Mrs. Earl stone, City •\frs. Neiiva Ashabranner, Manila The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City was founded Is 1810. Bits of News Wendell Pat Chitmon Is reporter In a satisfactory condition at hi home, 318 Walker, where he is con fined with measles. ' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cantrell ol Memphis arrived this afternoon to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. David James and family Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace let today for Nashville, Tenn.. to vlsi their daughter, Mrs. H. S. Wilsoi and family They will be accompanied home by their granddaugh ter, Myra June, who will he Joined here Dec. 17 by her parents for Ihe Christmas holidays. Mrs. Earl McGregor Is reported In a sallsfnctory condllion at her home at 315 S. Division where she was removed following a tonsllec- tomy Wednesday at Blythevllle Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Hays o f fuAogce, Ofcla,, are the wekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, B. R nays ind family. Condition of Mrs. Geneva cole who underwent surgery yesterday at WaKs Hospital, l s reported as snt- Mactory. Mrs. Kendall Berry Is spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James Riley of Stuttgart will arrive tonight to spent! several tlay.s as guests of Mr and Mrs. E. j. Knox and son, John Raymond. Condition of Mrs. Raymond Thompson who has been confined lo her home this week Is reported n.i satisfactory. Mrs. Thompson Is uneble to he out. Paul Lloyd was relumed lo his lome yesterday afternoon from Memphis Baptist Hospital where he wil been undergoing treatment. His condition Is reported ns im>roved. In Cnmdcn last night for the BIythevllle-camden football game were Miss Donna Johnson. EHzi- >eth Lutc.s. Sondra Lunsford, Mr and Mrs. H, A. Jones and daughter, 3everly Jones. Robert Llpscomb. Barney Cockrell, Ira Walters and Wnvne Dill. W. S. Langdon Is reported in a •satisfactory condition at the Ely thevlllc Hospital where he It patient. Word has been received of the near asphyxiation of c. E Wilson and daughter. Stella Margaret yes- crday at their Home In Covlngton. Tenn. Mrs. Wilson Is n patient In Gallor Hospital In Memphis. Mr. Wilson and daughter" are underco- ng treatment In covlnston. Mrs. Wilson Is a sister of Mrs. W L, Smith of Blythevllle. James Peterson of Walnut Ridge arrived last night to be the weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and «Irs. J. T. pelerson. Friday Contract club. Saturday Ladles Day at Country Club at 1 p.m. Mrs. Arthur Vance in charge of arrangements. Duplicate Bridge League plays ut Hotel Noble at Ii30 p.m. "lyinq Boats Help in Korea SINGAPORE—f.Tn—Brilish flying boats are estimated to have flown lore than 1,000 hours hy day and light In helping out In the Korean •ar. They have been, and still are. n patrol, reconnnlsance and communications operations. They -are rediled with having helped U.N. aval forces lo blockade Ihe Korean oast, flown search mission to lo- ate minefields and made rescue ntrols to aid survivors from lost hips. The veteran No. 88 flying squad- on Is now leaving the Iwaknnl ase in southern Janan and re- irning to Singapore via Hong- ong. To replace It. Squadron No. 05 of British flying boats hns sone o Japan to take up anti-submarine nd mine-spotting patrols. Whale Steaks Next? SYDNEY—{,7-)_Whale meat may eventually be provided for Austral- tans. It has been pointed out that much of the whales now caught In the Antarctic Is wasted. Members of Ihe Australian parliament recently .int"down to a meal of whale stcnk .Their reaction has not beei recorded. GOSPEL MEETIKG DEC. 3-10 7:30 P.M. Nightly Everyone Invited W. *. Shcllsn, Sony Director 7:30 P.M. Nightly Everyone Invited T. S. Ruble, Houston, Tex: H. F. Sharp, Kvangtltsl CHURCH OF CHRIST Moln at 61 Hi 9 hwoy BLYTHBVIM.B. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A Christmas Carol Tiny Tim sat very close to his father's side, upon Ill's littJe stool..' Bob loved the child, ond dreaded that he migtil b« taken from him. ' Spirit, wid 5<roog«, with m int«r«r h* iwd M»«r f«tt before, "tell m* if Tiny Tim will live?" 3ATUKDAY, DECEMBER », by Charles Dickens - I s*ea'vacant io»» relied «fc«S»Nri* of <M*m» «/ m *• poor diimwy earner, end a cnrtck »iHi<»> , corefulk prawned. If -Hm* riwdow r tered by the future, rke child will die." Petite-Styled, Pint-Sized Dresses Need No Alterati on C cock nnl ,ir« C.ICOCK .ool dress ( ' CrCalci1 b £ Neiv York <>«*«e«, are mean! A K 0 ™" " ve !cf{ ' nvc inches ° r I " 1 ' 1 "- A l) has twin I'eier Pan collars and iiell out- ""' linn? i n !m IilC H VC ',l el K . Hool trimmed with brown velvet at collar ami cuffs. A silver-Way taffeli dress (n E ht) has rhineslone-dolted bodice is collarless "DRY" RUN—Practicing up for the pie-eating contest at th« Los Angeles food show arc Tcclclie Hoff, 8, and Rex Lett » Th» messy contest is staged twice daily at the show.' SAWTA CLAUS SAYS: For Christmas Happiness—Give HADACOL HADACDL FAMILY SIZE $3.50 Beavers Cause Pipeline Delay CORRY. Pa, —#P|— Beavers are responsible for holding up construction of a natural gas pipeline through this section. The aai blocked up a 100-yard |ak*j area in the pipeline route. 1 neers were required to Use several'' dozen sticks of dynamite in blasting the beavers' dam work. . They made no effort tsltrap the furry creatures but farmers probably will take on the job. The beavers branched out and completed the even more unappreciated project of flooding pasture acreages and farms in the same vicinity. Brothers Meet in Jap Hospital WITH THE FIRST MARINE DIVISION IN NORTH KOREA-2/Pj-J TWO ^^iijs^p^^^* , . i'• Yokosuk'if. "Japan, recently. Privates First Class George and Michael Kaczmarek of Buffalo N.Y., both members of the famed First Marine Division, were wounded in the fight for the liberation of Seoul. . The Kaczmareks were wounded on the same hour, of the same day while lighting with the some divi sion In the same battle. JUkc SURE It's Trii. From us li> you and unlil you put idem on, your sliirts have the cruih-proof prottclion of our nn SHfRT PAX . . . ihus, wilh our wrv. l i«>, you ircaKay; .urc ofa ptrfectl) hundtrtd ind sninothly finished "V lh«t ptopK Kt", For this b«H»r shirt s»rvic« ... ju»t phon» BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4418 Science has now made It possible for the deafened to hear even faint sounds. A hearing device so small that It fits In the hand enables thousands to enjoy sermons, rriusio and friendly companionship. Thl« device does not require separate battery pack, case or garment , lo bulee or weigh you down. The tone ' clear and powerful. So made that can be adjusted to suit your hearing changes. Accepted by, the Council of Physical Medicine of the '.merican Medical Association The makers of Bellone are so projP of their achievement that Mr. Paul E, Hopper, a Beltone Factory Trained Consultant, will be at the Noble Hotel In Bly'theviile on Saturday December 9, f,om a A.M. to 6 P.M. to help you select the Beltone best suited for you. If unable to MS Mr. .lopper, write to Jorie» Bellone Cornp.ny, 1626 Exchange Bldg.. Memphis, Tennessee. Adv. Listen lo Kl.CN at 10:10 a.m. And 4:00 p.m. daily for our.pro-;' ffrabi announcements. . . ? Bo» Office Opens at 1:4$ ^ Show SltrU j;M p.m. Continuous Staowi&i Everyday unusuAL oifi OF ' **&W*& ' C&0Rsr9^f^ i &mgij$. '- - 'u*M ^ Saturday I.EX BARKER BROWN "Torzan and th« Slav* Girl" Serlll "PlntM of the' Hlsh Seas" No. 3 ft Cirtoon Cont. Showing S»t. 12:JO-1I: Sunday & Monday MARLON BRANDO TERtSA WRIGHT "THE MEN" Paramount SVw, * Short. Cont. Showing Sun. 1:15-U:M GEM Box Office Opens fi:45 Show Starts 7 P.M. Saturday .FRONTIER IEUD! 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