The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1950
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VAGI POUK BIATHEVIU,*, (ARK.) COURIER .NEW* J»n« Shelton. Society Editor Phone 4461 Winter Scene* Provide Decorations for Party Tiny inowfleckrtf houses, reindeers *nd winter KCEIC.S decorated tba table en which the ChrUUnas (lit* were arranged latt nljht at th* party at the First Presbyterian CSureh complimenting member* of tht Berean Sunday School Cla.u, Un. J. C. Waltert, Mrs. W. B. Vladjre* and Mrs. W. A, Dobbyn.s w«re hotletses tar the affair. Urf. Joe P. Pride, Br,, conducted Kveral Bible quires after which Mra. Robert E. L« Kirn read the aeiuional xtory, "Tile Little No«l." plfti were exchanged by the tnembert from the decorated table which" wi« centered with a miniature lighted Christmas tree. Refreshment* further accenting the Yule season, cut »s snow decked trees and ornaments, were served the: gueats. * • * Miss Pearl Lee Hostess For Holiday Party Miss Pearl Lee, clasfi teacher for the LLL Class of the First Baptist Church, was hostess to H members of her class last night at her home for a party, observing the holiday •e'aaon. The evening was spent Informally during which Christmas carols were aung. A lai'ie Christmas tree with Its various baubles was placed in the the room in which Hie guest* were •eated. Ousters of holly .studded with glowing red candles provided a centerpiece for Ihe dining table froin which Miss 1« served a de- Bert course during "the evening. Gifts were exchanged and secret pals revealed. In appreciation of her work. Miss L*e KM presented a gift from the *KHip. . . Guest* Attend Party Honoring Art Class Club Mrs. f. I. Kubanks was the only (Meat Monday night with 12 members of the Art Claj* Club.who met •I the home of Mr.v E. H. Crook for a Tule party. , The guestn were seated In the Crook entertaining room for the etehing of needlework and party games.. •. -.;, Mrs. Hilton Stephenaon. Mrs. Clayton Holder and Mra. R. W. Berlll were preiented prixei in the gariiea and contests conducted. Handmade gifts were exchsnued by the group after which the host•M 'aerred a detsert course. Christmaa ornaments decorated the tree, whleh waa placed In.the entwrUlnhif Tt>om Twenty-Two Attend Party For Baptist Classes Twenty-two membera of the'Joy •nd Homemakers clasm» of ttit Chapel Department of ' the First BaptUt Church met last night at tha.home ol Mra. W. D. Crocker for » potluck aupper and Yule party Mrs. Jamea Kelly read the Chriit- ", mas story to the group following nipper whkh wa» aerved buffet. After an Miming of party games gifU were exchanged from under the (ally lighted Christmas tree. . * , • • • Gumdrop Trees Top Tables At WMU Annual Banquet Miniature rumdrop : treea formed the centerpiece* for the amall tables at which' members and guests of the Number Nine Woman's Missionary Union were seated last night in the Gene Schultz home for the annual Christmas banquet. In compliment to the WMU colors of purple and gold were the entwined plaits of crepe D»pcr in the chosen shades railing the entertaining rooms. The handmade place cards further accented the color combination. Mrs. Raymond Whittle gave the devotional after which girts Irom under the brightly bedecked Christmas tree were exchanged and various Christmas carok sung. Ail offering was taken for the Lottie Moon Christmas fund. Mrs. T. N. Johnso.i ami Mrs FYanlc Coats were in ^har^e of arrangements for the occasion. Guests were Mrs. C L. Bell. Mrs. Reece Moore, Mrs. Lloyrl French, i\frs. Louise Holltngsworth Mrs Harry Mantz. Mrs. Gerald Johnson e Mrs. Billy Johnson and Miss Dorothy Whittle/ Ben Ray Home Setting For Annual HD Event A Christmas trimmed tree decorated the entertaining room ot the Ben Ray home Monday for the annual party honoring members »nd guests of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club. Actlitles were begun with the reading of Christmas poems by Mrs. Glen Alexander and Mrs. jack Robertson followed With prayer led by Mrs. Tom Britton. Unknown friends, whose names were drawn earlier In the year wert revealed and girts exchanged Names for 1»51 «ecret pals were drawn. , Party foods were served by Mrs Ray. * • • Country Club Is Setting For La Petite Meeting The Country Club wns the set- tins ye»!«n»aj for an afternoon of bridge -nl«rt*lnlng members of La Petite club and two giiejtU. Mrs Ix>y Wekh and Mra. K. M. Terry Jr. Mrs. Phillip, nobtrwon was hoe- lux for the affair. Tn« Ulllw and dtcoratlon Luncheon at Hotel Noble Given for DAR Chapter Clustera of holly were arranged the full length of the long table at which members of the Charlevoix Chapter of Ihe rx>i!ghters of (he American Revolution were seated in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble yesterday for the luncheon-program session. Mra. James B. Clark, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mra. R. C. were hostesses for the three course luncheon affair. Forming a centerpiece for the holly clusters was a group of Christmas baubles. Mrs, E. B. Woodson presided over the session following the luncheon. After the opening ritual, pledge of allegiance and pledge to the flag » brief business meeting »as conducted dnritjg which a $5 donation was voted to the DAR work at Kills Island. A box of clothing to be sent to the Oklahoma Bacon School for Indians will be collected. It was decided. Five dollars was voted to the Mnssey School in South Carolina. It was decided that fifty cents per capita will be sent to aid In the completion of the DAR Ailrninls- ' ration building in Washington. "American Music" was discussed by Mrs. F. B. Joyner, program leader following the business meeting. Mrs. Joyner discussed the origin of a group of patriotic songs. * • » Auxiliary Meets at Country Club for Business Session A business session was conducted by the members of the Blytheville Junior Service Auxiliary yesterday »t the monthly meeting at the Country Club. Mrs. Monroe Craln, Jr., president conducted the session which opened with a Welfare Committee report It was announced that the training course, recently completed at Sud- bnry School, is now In! progress at Yai-bro school and will be finished there the first nf the year If weather conditions permit. . It waa announced that the Milk Fund for underprivileged children will be opened In January. ' 'Hie concluding session of the Story Hour prior to the Yule holl- days will be held Saturday at the Library. A prize will be presented the school having the largest attendance throughout the year, It was decided. Plans were discussed by Ihe Auxiliary for a Christmas party. Mrs. Mary Lyons Joins East Side Garden Club Mrs. Mary Lyons met'as'ia new member night with six members of the East Side Garden Club who convened at the Lake Street Methodist Church for a riiscusslo of Christmas display* and table pieces. Mrs. Iverson Morris presided over the meeting which opened with an outline of the 1951 year's work given by Mrs! B. A. Bugg.. was announced that the January topic for discussion would be winter flowers. This was followed will a round table discussion of the subject. It was decided that a prize would be given for the mogb original design. Joint repeating ot the Lord's prayer closed the meeting. War correspondents covering tin Korean war wear a "UN" shouidei insignia for the lirst time In his lory. the room in which the small table were set up were In accent, of" l-hi Yule sea-son. , High score winner in the ganv was Mrs. Arthur Vance, with Mrs O S. Crriwell winning second higl prize. A dessert course was served Bits of News Hloltfif Buford Young is reported In an mproved condition at North Texas Slate College.'Denton, where he Is i student. For several weeks Mr Young had been a patient in the chool infirmary. Mrs. E, M. Regenold Is undergo- ng treatment at Memphis lospital. where she ha» been a •>»- Lient since Friday. Mr.!, Edwin Scagraves of Oficeola was the Monday guest of her mother, Mrs. Herman Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Morris have as tlieir guest, Mrs. Minnie •Arnold I Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elklns of lassctt were Tuesday guests of Mrs S. 11. Elkins, Tommy Oillcnwater has returned .o his home in Forrest City after laving been the .weekend guest of Jimmy Phillips and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. N. C,. Patterson will eave Friday for-Fort Stewart. Fla,, to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr rid Mrs. D. J. Garner. Mrs. L. G. Nash has gone to Hop- klnsville, Ky.. to be with her sister. who Is seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs will leave Sunday for Bristol. Term., to ije Ihe holiday guest of their daughter. Mrs. Mark Richards. Mr. Rlch- irds and two sons. They wjll be gone .en days. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. Emma Nolen are now at home at their new residence at 915 W. Hearn. They formerly made their home at 310 W. Walnut. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1J, V\usic Department To Present Annual Yuletide Program The music department High School will present F iffy-Two Attain Berths on High School Honor List Fifty-two high school students were listed on the honor roll for the second'six weeks of the first semester, with Bonnie Nell McCor- micV:. Ben Borowsky, Laura Hemby, Murray Smart ana John Wllks hearting the list In that order. The remainder of the list Includes the following: Bobby Ors- bitrn. Peggy Gilmer, Louise'" Goff, Marilyn Dougherty.; Marjorle Dougherty. Vivian Jones, Fred Allen Wilson. Frnma Borowsky. Jo Alice McGulre. Lorna Homer, fine Orsburn. Bernlce Flowers, Betty Johnson. Jimmy Weldmau. Max Hill. Charles Prichard. Mary Lvnn Smith, Nancy Nlehaus, Evelyn Eowen, Allene Wlmbcrly, Edward Pipkin, Albert Falrfield. Larry Baker. Annie Louise Handly. Hugh Hopper, Romlal Johnson Patsy Caldn-rll, P.itsy Slaughter. Bobbye June Killlan. Howcll Bnycl. Howard Iflggfnson, Jce Vtnvell. Jan Oickenson. Ann Perry. Shirley Wade Delores Parker. Rulh Hale. Belly Tomllnson. Shirley Lovelndy. Ann Kelllck" t :;:qiiarles Goforth. Jlmmie Nelson. -Dick Reid. Britt Owens Charlie Belknap, Eddie Enkes, Mel-' ba Pryor. Fitly other students received honorable mention from the principal'.' office. They are: Nancy Jt> Ilamby Terry Vnll. Nita Rose Hall. Mary Sue Walking. Carol Bailey. Sophia Biipia, Freda Becknell. Barbara Johnson, Sonny Sllres. Llntia Vowell. Billy Crafton, Demetra Crews Gailya stllwell. Johnny Logelns Dixie Killlan, Doris Bean, Soiidra Long. Millie Ann Mnllory. Shirlc White. I.oLi Cruse, Bonnie Poff. Graham Sudbluy. Charles Kin- Ingliam, Rosemary Monnglian. Diana Zeller. Robert Birmingham Mary Kay Crafton. Johnny O'Brien Harold Daniel. Anila Rue Olciham Shirley Lovelace. Lottie StiHvell Melballnc Hill. 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Miss Hushes, who is a ^5-year PTA member second vice president of the senior high PTA, was presented the pin t the Christmas party meeting liela at the high school auditorium. ife Membership in PTA Is Early /ule Gift for Miss Monta Hughes 'What a ijer.son wants to be is; ideal, whnt people think of him his reputation, what he Is is his laracter. You have surely met the cquircments of all of these to the Ighest degree," said Mrs.. Buford oung yesterday ns she presente;! liss Monta Hughes with a life mbershlp in the Parent Teacher; ssociation. The presentation' was made In nneclion with the joint senior Kh PTA meeting and Christmas elebration. The presentntton came i R surprise to Miss Hughes who a.s one of four faculty members *rtlcipaling in a biography (|ui/., s her "prijic" for answering tile Liestfons she was presented Mie In from'the president. Miss Hughe.i a 25 year PTA member aM -iow ci-vcs as second vice president tt he PTA. The ChrLilmas story wa.s told by Irs. Murray McHaftcy followed by selection of winter melodies Girl's. Trior. accompanied Irs. J. Wilson Henry Their mnn- crs were "Winter Wonderland," and Rudolph, the Hed-Noseri Reindeer." Vssisting the trio, composed ot Jan }ickenson, Kay Smith and liillle ean Holmes with the last number 'as Rhonda Eaton who portrayed Rudolph. "The Other. Wise Man" was read y Mrs. E. J. Cure after which Mrs. nford Young announced that the 'TA float was third place winner 1 $50 In the recently held Christ las parade. Mrs. Young Rxpr.-sscd o the PTA her appreciation o[ ihe ontribulions made - by Blychevilli icrchant-s toward the float. Mrs. Coady Eaton wns in clin'.sa f the afternoon program Parly foods were- served follo>v- » the adjournment. Soiled pap-T lamp shapes may be leaned with wallpaper cleaner. Shirley Sheppard, Erhadcl Swearen- eu. ' Reba Beasley. Gwendolyn ihonris. Pal Hcarn, Frances Rose. Bonnie Jean Daniels. Sally Tricsch- nati Harold Koonce. Oclano Mc- \Iillin. Dixie Sutton. Eva Jane Cox Women Conduct Circle Sessions Circles One,. Two, Three am Five of the First Presbyteriai Church met Monday in homes o members for program sessions. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertained 1 members of Circle One for the se.s sion which was conducted by Mrs Harvey Kidd. Mrs. S. E. Tune di reeled the afternoon program. Mrs, C. M. Gray conducted th meeting of the 11 members of Cir cle Two who met at the home o Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. J. Li. John son gave the devotional. Mrs. Rodney Banister was hastes to Circle Three at her home. Mr.' Edgar P. Borum presided over th 12 members. The devotional wa presented by Mrs.. Bill Young. The scheduled meeting o[ Circl Four was postponed. v iira. Samuel F. Morris was hos ICM at her home to 12 members and six guests of Circle Five. Mrs, Nor ris entertained in compliment t< her mother, Mrs. Robert E, Lei King, who many years ago orga- ni7,eil the woman's work and served as chairman. Mrs. Cecil Whftten gave the devotional. • ' ', • Social hours followed each adjournment. Mrs. Beard, Guest For WMU Meeting Mrs. James Beanl was tie only guest with Ihe 11 members of the Armorcl Baptist Woman's Missionary Union who met yesterday at the Church for a Royal Service program, "Wings /or Speeding Delight." : Group .singing and a prayer led by Mrs. W. E. Edmondson opened uial Christmas concert Tlnirsday light at R o'clock In the school audl- orlimi with Mrs, Wilson Henry d|- 'ectlng, . ; Tickets for the performance may be obtained from membera of the ;lee club or al the doors! The Junior choir will open the :oncert with five selections, "Chrlst- S<mg," "Aw«y In a M»n?er" 'Behold That Star." "jolly Old St. Nicholas," and "Up On the House- op." followed by two selections by the boys' quartet. Composed of Sonny Stlres. baritone. Charlie Belk- lap. bass, Jimmy Phillips, first tenor and Jimmy Cnlbertson. second tenor the quartet willing two popular holiday songs. "Deck the Halls With Boughs of Holly- Bells." and "Jingle Comprising Ihe third parl o f the program will be a group of six compositions by the senior choir—"O Come AH Ye Faithful." "Lo. How A Rose Kre Blooming." "o Hush Thee near Jesus," "Joy to Ihe World " "! Wonder As I Wander" with a solo nart by Dillle Jean Holmes, and Hnnrtel's "Hallelujah. Amen." Prior to intermission. Ihe group will prr=pnl a two-choir arrangement of "Silent Night." For 0>| S selection, the iunior choir will'slug from the balcony of the auditor tun;. Following Inlermissinn. the girls trio will offer four songs. fncludir< "Lullaby for Mary's Son," "Pat-a Pan." Winter Wonderland," and "Rudolf, the Red-Nosed Reindeer Billle Jean Holmes, soprano. Ka Smith, second soprano, and Jan Dickinson, alto, form the trio. The musical program will clo< with the traditional "First Noef "Carol of the Bells.", "The Twelve Days of Christmas." "At Christ mas Time" from "Song of Norway Ijy Edward Grieg, and Fred War program with program participant presenting discussions, prayers ani. devotional* during the afternoon. Participants were Mrs. 8. H. Rebstock, Mrs. Ray Downing, Mrs. N. C. Patterson, Mrs. Arch Beard, Mrs. Estes White. Mrs. Ira Dixon, Mrs Edmondson, Mrs. Henry- Berry Mrs. Adrian Russell Coming Events Social Calendar WedBMfey Jayceeltea meeting at T he Jaycee Club houae. p.m. at Mrs. Charles Afford entertaining members of the Thursday Bridge Club with a dessert bridge Christmas parly at lh« R«zorback at i:30 p.m. . Hobby Lobby al the First Methodist Church » a.m. till * p,m, Thundar Mrs. H. C. Blankcnship hostess at her home at 309 Kentucky to members of the Phebean Sunday School Class, of the First Baptist Church for the annual Christmas party and potluck supper beginning at 1:30 p.m. Mrs, Phillip Appleb»um entertaining the C. and N. Birthday club at her home ht 9:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meet! at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. .Mrs. E. B. Oe«. entertaining Thursday Club, Mid-Week Club plays bridge at the home of Mrs. Cecil Shane. Kibitzer Club meets with Mr«. C. W. Affllck, Jr. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Cleo Wren. Mrs. Cecil Ulm hosleaa to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. Bill Gllbow. Hobby Lobby at First Methodist Church from S a.m. till I p.m. Friday Ladles Bible Class of First Meth- Ing's arrangement of " 'TWAS the Night Before Christmas." all done by the senior choir. Specialties for the last selection will be done by Rosemary Monaghan. Patsy Calvert, Annella Humphreys. Barbara Sallba. Doris stone, Frurha Borowsky. Stanley In- grnm, Dick Reid, Charlie Belknap and Johnny O'Brien. Mrs. Murray Smart will be plan accompanist for the concert, andi Ralph Nicholsi Jr.. will play the violin accompaniments. A list of ushers Includes Doris Bean/Beverly Jones. Patty McHaffey and Sara Harrison. odbt Church will have covered dlak Christnu* party at the church «t «:30 p.m. Each gusst wlii bring a hobby lobby gift. Woman's Club having Christmas program and hobby show at 2:3o p.m. Executive Board meeting at 2 p.m. at the club house on West Main Chapter "N" of PEO meets at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Saturday Ladies' Day at Country Club beginning with 1 p.m, luncheon bridg' canasta. Mrs. Arthur Vance. charge o! arrangements. . Listen lo KIC.N at ID: 16 a.m. acid l:Utl p.m. daily fur oai program announremenla.- Kn\ Office Openi al 1:41 , Shuw Starts '.-.DC p.m. Continuous Shuwini Kveryday MOTHER ARE YOU . by MH - Berry closfd the UOUT THI WAT YOU OIVI ASPIRIN TO YOUI CHlUt s. Children "balk" *t ordinmry d' «P|'J»..Thi» tpeclalizcd lSK' the meeting. Mrs. C. C. Elliott directed CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS .' 5 We'v« Juit Received a Generous Shipment of LINENS! Come In Today! UNKN- AND 'MADEJRIA BRIDGJE.SETS. .. from 3.00 to-7.50. V All Linen Culwork Tea Napkins All Linen Hemstitched Tea Napkin* LINEN GUEST TOWELS. ;.75c to 1.95. Outwork Pillow Slips Crystal Cloth Dinner and Luncheon Sets in dark and Pastel Shades. "- j FIKLDCREST, LACE TABLK CLOTHS.. .from 7.50 j to 20.00. . . . i Irish Linen Damask Cloths j FIKLDCREST TOWEL SETS.. .2.75 to 4.95 gel ! China Gifts of all Kinds. j Lamps and Brass Gifts of all types. j LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP ! 108 First Street, South D ial g]5 j hhjuiMtMi: Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. Selected Short Suhjccln GEM . Box Office Opens .fi:45' Show Starts 7 P.M; ' Lost Times Today Selected Short Subject* Thursday & Friday JANE RUSSELL "THE OUTLAW" Selected Short Subject! JACK BUETEL THE GIFT EVERYONE ENJOYS ASSORTED ^ CHOCOLATES "CLKO" White Satin (tintablc) 5.50 'Alb. J .,55 1 Ib. 1.25 2 Ib 5 . 2.45 3 Ibs. 3.65 5 Ibs. A.OO MOLI" White Satin, Black Satin 5.75 KELT COMFY Roval Blue LEATHEK SLIDES Red or Blue 5. 'Vint or Blue Most All Styles. 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