The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1950
Page 4
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' PAGE FOUR : J«n« Shelton, Society Editor BLYTHEVTLI.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS a ^^^^^ Bge =ag^p Bits of News m»4 125 Guests Attend Country Club Formal Dance One of Ihe largest affairs in the Christmas holiday social calendar for the teen-age and college se t was the formal dance last night for 125 • t Ihe Country Club. Host and hostess to the group were Oliver Coppedge, Jr., jon of Mr. nnri Mrs. Oliver Coppcdgf. And Heard SVyli?, duughler of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie. Stockings were hung on the man- fel of the spacious ball room to arid to the Christmas atmosphere. Lighted red tapers burned on the greenery banked mantel. Giant plastic canes encircled in greenery were set about the room, A'large lighted Yule tree, gaily bedecked and a figure of St. Nick poised by the fireplace for flight completed the backdrop for the celebration. Scarlet carnations set in fern were placed on the lace laid refreshment table, which had as Us central point of Interest a figure of a snowman. Mistletoe caught with red bows outlined the table. Party foods and iced drinks were served, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Coppcrige and Mrs. Malcolm Lawrence of Fayetteville, houscguesl of the Wylie's were chapcroncs for the affair. Children Attend Ark-Mo at the Hut Party More than 100 children of Ark- Mo power Co., employees attended the annual Vule party highlighted »'ilh t visit from St. Nick last night KITCHEN AIDE 8527 SHIKl.EV ANNOUNCES HETIflKMENT — Honeymooning Shirley Temple and her husband, Charles Black, 31. permit pictures taken at San Francisco, for the first time since their marriage at Monterey, Calif , last Saturday. Mrs. Black announced at Ihe same time she was retiring from the films. Her only contract, she .said, was a marriage contract with her husband. 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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, 372 W Quincy Street, Chicago 6 ill Miss Drewery Is Hostess To Bunco Club Members Miss Dorothy Drewery enlertaln- eri the Alpha Beta Bunco Club Thursday night for an evcnui; of playing bunco and an exchange of Vule giff.v A large lighted Christmas tree was set up In the room in which the guests were seated. In the game Mrs. Jack Marsh wa.s high score winner. Mrs. Bill Taylor, bunco and Mrs. Jack Halstead, low. Individual cakes iced with liny tree and cherries were served the guests with iced drinks. Mrs. Marsh acted as the club Santa Clans and distributed the Vule glft.s. The hastes* also presented the club members with gifts. Greener}' Encircled Candle Forms fable Centerpiece A huge candle garlanded In greenery formed the holiday centerpiece for the luncheon-bridge Thursday at the Jilaj) Heath home honoring members of the Thursday Luncheon Club and two guests. Miss Mary Jo Hall of Hampton. Va.. housegiiest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G Hall and Mrs. Dan Bell of Ox-ford, Miss., houscguest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, were the only guests. Seated at small tables following luncheon lor an nltcrnoon of play- Inp bridge. Mrs. Albert Taylor was high score winner and Mrs, Joe P Pride. Jr., second high. The room in which > the guesl.s were seated was decorated with a lighted Yule tree and brilliant poln- settlas. at the Hut. A program of Christmas Illms preceded the visit from Santa Olmis during which gifts were presented the guest.-;. Refreshments were served following the activities. J. V. Gates, district manager announced that similar parties were being held in other company districts. I I y i s y 5 * y * y | 9 X y x y y "Unto Us a Child Is Born Unto Us a Son Is Given" 'saiah 9:6 A mosl cordial welcome is extended ittcnd the to all to Christmas Services of the FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH at 6th & Walnut Streets Service K z t\ R rt K R R R R K K f, I ^ fi ^ K K i « « K K % «* K g K K Haley Home Selling f'or Dinner-Rook A mound formed from swirls of angel's hair. Christmas balls and tapers centered the maderia laid table at the Don Haley home Wednesday night for the supper party honoring members of the Blytheville Rook Cluo. The club and one guest, Mrs. Paul Byrum. were entertained by Mrs. Haley at the holiday celebration. Supper was served buffet and the Bucsts were scaled at smaller tables centered with miniatures of the table centerpiece. Handmade pJacecards were used. In rook game high score was won by Mrs. Elva Poe. second high by Mrs. J. o. Hliey. rooko by Mrs Russell Wert and low by Mrs! R. A. Copeland. Alter the guests had exchanged gifts. Mrs. Haley presented the group with gifts. Poinsettlas and Ihe brightly lighted Christmas tree provided "the party setting. School Health Program Expands The Gosncll schools will conduct hearing-testing program on March 8-9 In connection with a wide health program which has been put into effect. J. E. Harris, high school principal, received the confirmation of the booking of the audiometer equipment and an instructor from the Arkansas State Health Department this week. Miss Amy H. Key, Hearing and Vision Specialist from the Health Department, will be in charge of Ihe two day clinic. "The Individual au- riiometer screening test will be used to test each child Individually tn discover those with a hearing loss." Mr. Harris stated. The school will nromote the. educational follow-up necessary after detection of hearing problems. Mi-is Rachel Qalnes and Ml ss Georgia Lee Stuart were in Memphis Thursday night for the stage production. "Kiss Me, Kale." Miss Martha Franc-es Stevens who is employed by Socoiiy Vacuum Oil Co.. in Kansas City, Ls holiday giic-sl of her parents. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Stevens at their home in Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Morris and Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett and children will leave In the morning for Tulsa, OXla.. to be the holiday fiucsts of Dr. and Mrs. CJuemin File and family. (•caving today for pen.-acola, Kla for a holiday visit, 5,-im rel were Mr, and Mrs. B. o Black nd .snn, Bob, W. a c. Richardson and family of Wichita. Kan., formerly of Holland, are visiting relatives in Blv- theville and Poplar Bluff. Ernest Ellis of Snn Francisco Calif., is the yule s nest of his mother. Mrs. Bessie Baton and fam- ly and sister, Mrs. Jack Marsh and family. Mr. anri Mrs. Lane Nowcll will iai r e as their, holiday visitors. Mr and Mrs. olan Sprayberry of Mem-' phi.s. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mills left today ir Berryville, Ark., to'be the holi- lay guests of relatives. Miss Florence Moore and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left today f or Ncwbern, Tenn.. to spend the 3hristmns holidays with relatives Dan Atkins, n polio patient at Community Methodist Hospital Paragonld. win not he home for Christmas B.S was originally plan- led. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harnish. Mrs. J. C. Harnish and Miss Marie rfarnish will spend Sutulav with ilm and Miss Harnish win remain n Paragould to spend Christmas Day with him. Mr. and Mrs.' Roj:er Solon and daughter. Nancy Ann of Sikeston -rived last, night to spend the holidays as guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. lyan and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Latency and ilrs, Alley Hughes are in Ridgley rcnn., today to attend the funeral of Mrs. Betty Height. Mrs. Belle Wood had .as her Friday guest,*.. Mrs. Walter Holly and daughter, Mrs. Louis Lester of Coot- r. MLss Betty Dodds will leave to- lorrow for her home in Newborn. I'c:'n., [ti be the Yule guest of her larents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, ir. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Swink will nave as their holiday gucsl.s their ehier. Mrs, L. C. Branttey. Jr.. nd Mr. Brantley of St. Louis, and ons Walter and Dick Swink of Icmphis. Joining the g'rojjpg Dec. 0 will be cpl. Russell L. Swink f Camp LcJeunc. N.C. Arriving Tuesday from Fayette- ille to be the holiday guests of Ir. and Mrs. Claude Robinson n-ill e their daughter Mr. and Mrs. V, T. Stegall. Mr. Stegall and sons, ypectetl during the Yule holidays t the Robinson home are Mrs. nuise Elam anri daughter Juaniln nd Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller all of haffee. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burnett ol Kansas City. Mo,, arrived this afternoon to spend the holidays with Mrs. L. M. Burnett and relatives. Mrs. Belle Wood will spend tlie Yule season In Cnruthcrsville with relatives. Mr. and Mr.s. Arthur Rushing will have as their Christmas visitors Mr.!. Rustling's sisters. Mrs. Norton W. Jones of Little Rock and Mrs SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1950 Sew-Your-Own Gift Tips for Teens This teen-ager. Ion* on friends and short on cash, makes her r^h, m!1S h rirtS - S"£ "? uts finislli "B "a'"lwork (cenier) on , ,,'fchin corduroy bag and belt stt. Other easy-to-make jilts include silk* Company Gifts Given for Party Gifts designed to thrill a youngs- tr were exchanged yesterday by •nembers of Ark-Mo Power Co., and| ater preslnted to Beta Sigma Phi sorority to be distributed at the Negro children's party at the Jaycee "lub house. The gifts were kept and displayed by the staff until party time. Coming Events Social Calendar Mnnrfay JHRtSTMAS DAY Tuesday Pat Partlow, Chuck Langslon ind Mary Alice McWalcri enter- aining with a formal dance at the Country Club. Wednesday Jlnnnie Horner hostew for frin K ed velveteen stole (upper left), sparkle-starred velvet hell ife'^rT 8 ;^)!: 1 " 11 "'•* and bcret (i ""' cr ri « hi) "» 5 ^ Half Moon News Mrs. John Till of Warden, Mo.. uho has been visiting her sister- In-ia 1 *', Mrs. John Hannon has returned home. She was accompanied by Mrs. Hannon. Condition or Mrs. Ollie Gaines who is ill at her home Is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill ol Bervill, Mo., spent this n-eek visiting in the family of Mrs. Hill's mother, Mrs. W. R. Lightloot and lam- lly. Mrs. Jo« Baker of Grey Ridge. Mo., is here with her father, Allen Baker, who la seriously in a t his home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rogers ivere dance at the Woman's Club at 8 guests of honor at "the" mTscelTa"n ecus shower given in their honor Monday night at the Emmanuel Lena winters of Augusts. Leaving today for Milburn, N. J. were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Orear, •ho will spend the holidays with heir daughter Mrs. J. H. Oxman. Mr. Oxman and family. Arriving Sunday from her home i Memphis will be Mrs. J. w. 31ythe to be the guest of Mrs E B Harrtin. Mrs. Blythe is a former Glytheville resident. Baptist Church. Mrs. Rogers Is the former Miss Delores Mosley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck left Thursday for Corpus Christ), Tex., to spend the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. Marsha!! Lesher Mr. Lesher and children. Mrs. Minnie Williams and son. John Allen of Luxora. were guests in the home ol Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot Sunday night. the school has a health program in effect now consisting of individual health flies on each pupil. This dala includes persona] information, family hlslory, childhood diseases. In- nociiMtloiu. and vision tests, films from the State Health Departments loan library have been used along with Instructional materials. Health instruction has been included in the secondary cirrlculum and has been Hearing tests, steppcd-up on the elementary level. Lfrcctings of the . Thank You . For Your Friendship, Goodwill and Loyalty THE TOT SHOP Mn. F. G. Reichel Closed from Christmas Till January Second jj • Friday, 7:30 P.M.—Children',; Cli (..Sunday, 11:00 A.M.—Christmas Sermon .. jj i I..SUNDAY, 11:30 PM — MIDNIGHT CARoi. AND PEACE SKRV1CF, WHMl SON s T SHOES! Good Shoes & Hosiery Kindness Doesn't Pay IPOH, Malaya OP) _ Klndnes. doesn't alway pay. A 43-year-old Ionian. Tan Say Mooi, was lined 520 for trespassing into the police compound. She was arrested whlla imnsr to hand a packet of roast pork to a prisoner. Listen to RI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and liOO n.m. dailj for our pro• gram announcements. Boi Office" Opens at l:4S Show Starti 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday tllUSUAL GIFT OF EUTERTAinmtBTj 4fa*r£**X*&U?f '< TV. Bwk ei Kipp{n«( t* [*3mM.bI* In ,-1 ' "mi?"'itTiT.r'wi"* ?"^*" —Tl!*" d ' ""-* \ i tS'/il, M.»> £„.- """-• ^ ) 1 52.50 a book L Si.** -"; '< ^B>n Roxy Theatre H^[ Saturday ACTION... '«* an the FIRST FRONTIER! M.iy yen choc health all llirou-h llic Chrislniiis scnson anil t|| C .New Year. Zel/uers Slipper Shop Serial 'Tlrafrs nf the Seas" No. 5 i Cartoon Cnnl. Showing Sal. 12:30-11:00 Sunday & Monday Merry Christmas • To All •foan FOXT.UXE Robert RVAN 'Born to Be Bad' Paramount News <v Short? GEM Box Office Opcni fi:.1 Show Starls 7 P.M. Saturday FROMTIIR , INVISTIGftTOR Conl. Shimin.5 S.u. |;:30-H:30 Serial "()cs|ienidocs of the West" \n. 11 Sunday & Monday .llctro ,\ews A: Cartoon Conl. Showing Sundij

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