The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1955 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 23, 1955
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FACE FOUR BUTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 — Society News - {* Ann Mallnrv SrwiPtv PHitnr * PllC MiM Milli* Ann Mallory, Society Editor nee. Okla. Home from Vanderbilt visiting her mother. Mrs. E. H. Caldwell, will be Miss Patsy Caldwell. Also _. 0 . ..... visiting Mrs. Caldwell is her sister- Phone 3-4461 uj.iiuv. Mrs. Alice Daniels, of Tal—— ! lahassee. Fla. I Duke Returns A Son ' Eugene Still, freshman at Duke ; University. Durham. N. C., will ar' nve by plane in Memphis today and be met there by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still. They Will motor him to Blytheville for the holiday season. , : Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr., and children will spend the day] m Memphis visiung Mr. and Mrs.' William Rhea Blake while Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren will, have as their quests her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. MrCariPr, of Corinth, Miss. Danny Cobb, .siudem at Transylvania Co![eye in Lexington, Ky., will be ihe ^ucst.of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb.,and brother, Davi.s over ihe holidays. Danny, a freshman at the college, was one of 10 freshmen to appear on the Daan's list for the fall term. LadiesofBlythevilleCountryClub Observe Thanksgiving with Party Thanksgiving was observed by Ladies of the Country Club when they held their annual'Thanksgiving party yesterday. The affair was a 1 p.m. dinner followed by an afternoon of bridge and canasta games. The entrance door to the club was marked with a tiered decoration of fall flowers and fruit with brass containers of chrysanthemums being used throughout the club rooms. A dark green cloth overlayed the buffet table with the centerpiece being an antique bra&s chafin dish filled with fruits. The mantle of the fireplace held wicker cornocupiaa on each end. Flowing from these were colorful fruits and flowers. Individual tables were centered with clusters of petit gold and purple Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry buffet, i dent of the ladies, Mrs. E. M. Rege- ' wU1 spend the holidays in St. Louis Bits of News WLf/y Mr. and Mr.s. Cobb also will have j chrysanthemums. Placecards, score- as dinner guests Thursday Mrs. W. | pads and tallies were handmade Pil- D, Cobb. Mrs. Lowell Sowle and j grims. Mr. and Mrs. James Carr Cobb and j In the door prizes awarded Mrs. son Jimmy .all of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs, Edgar P. Borum, Mrs. Spencer Alexander and children. Mary and Harriet, left today ! .o spend Thanksgiving with rela- uve.s in Ireland and Evansville. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCool and John W. Meyer. Mrs. C. Murray Smart. Mrs. L. G. Nash and Mrs. James Terry were winners. These prizes were wrapped in the gold and nolcl, that, party will Dec. 15. Circles Have Meetings pay Circles of Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church met Monday at the church for a covered-dish luncheon and Royal Service program. Twenty-three members and one visitor, Mrs. J. F. Dyson, were present. Mrs. Henry Berry opened the pro•-•". «,,« 8 rar " with prayer With Mrs. Drek purple Tcheme* which"was used "(or j Hughey conducting the business the annual Christmas! visiting their son, Jimmy Henry, be held on Thursday. | ami Mrs - Henry, Murray Smart, Jr.. student at Tulane University, will arrive in Memphis tonight by train and will be met there by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Murray Smart. They will motor him to Blytheville where he will spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Childress will have as guests tomorrow Mr. and Trinity WMU decorations. Fred Fleeman served as ;on Michael will spend [lie holidays' chairman of the hostess committee in St. Louis visiting friends and w ijh Mrs. Eddie B. David. Mrs. Rus- rdatives. While there Mr. and Mrs. sell C. Fair. Mrs. R. J. Killian, Mrs. McCool will attend a formal instal- lMax Logan. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla, laiion and reception of Chapter 69; Mrs . w . T. Rainwater. Mrs, J. E. of Eastern Star at the New Ma- jstevpnson and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson assisting her. It was announced by the presi- THE D.AT Or THANKS — People of Blytheville Will (lave the opportunity to attend church on Thanksgiving Day when churches of Blythevil'.t will have combined services. Shown entering First Baptist Church where these services will be held are Miss Billie Jean Willingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Willingham, and Stevie Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hopper. Dr. C. Frank Pitts, pastor of the church, greets them. (Courier News Photo) Blytheville "Families to Celebrate Thanksgiving Day Which Will Begin With Church Services The Day of Thanksgiving in Blytheville will begin with combined church services at First Baptist Church tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Howard Bowen. (Charles Haigwood. While there her Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Boniar! father, the Rev. Ear] Cravens, will will have as dinner guests Mr. and chri.sten their son at the First Me r h- guests Air. ana j Mrs. Bailey Jenkins, Mrs. A. J odlst Church Sunday. Bomar, Mrs. Leon a Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Harris .ill of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huff and daughter Sheryl will be in Paris. Tenn., visiting her parents, Mr. and Arriving from St. Louis to visit! Mrs. W. H. Maxedon. their son. Hurry Bradley, Jr., and Mrs. Bradley will be Mr. and Mr?. Harry Bradley, Sr.. while Ho\veil Boyd, student at Ole Miss, will arrive to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Boyd. Seated at the table at the K;;m- per Bruton home will be he.r siaier Mrs. B. J. Merideth, Mr. Merideth and children of Carulhersville and her mother, Mrs. A. D. Baugh, of Senath. From Service Mi&s Barbara Monaghan, a teach- ( er m the Sikeston, Mo., school sys- • "Come Ye Thankful 'People Come," will be the choir processional to begin these services with the hymn to be "America the Beautiful." Ministers participating, in the service will be Chaplain Don Maxfield, Dr. Alfred Vise, the Rev. William Cook, the Rev. Mitchell Sanford, the Rev. James Rainwater, the Rev. J. Louis Emmert, the Rev. Harold Eggensperger and the Rev. W. L,', Rains. Dr. C. Frank Pitts is pastor of ihe host church with Dr. Harvey Kidd in charge of its services. Some people of Blytheville along with their houseguests will attend these services while others will be visiting in other towns. This is the one day of the year when people throughout the United States relive the first Thanksgiving day and in turn give thanks for the many blessings they have received throughout the year. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick will be in Steele having dinner witn their son, C. W, Afflick, Jr., Mrs Afflick and daughter. Attending the football ganuj between Arkansas Suite and ArUnnsn.i Tech at Jonesboro will be Mr and Mrs. Bill Slancil while Freddy Akera and Charles Abbott, two of Blytheville's leading football stars, Will fly to Baton Rouse, La., and spend the weekend touring the Louisiana State University campus. S. Starrett. also of Memphis. H.iv While there they will be guests of: ing dinner tit the George home j where they will spend the holiday.^ the football team and Charles' j from Blytheville will be Mr. and ' visiting their daughter, Deana, "a brother, Fred, who is a student, Mrs. Rone GeorRft and children an.I! student at Abilene Christ inn Col- there. . . f Mr. and Mrs, Fred S. Saliba and j lege. From there they will go to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slack and chil-j children. , . ! Phoenix. Ariz., for a month vaca- dren will be in Sikeston visiting Miss Carol Ann Holt, student tuition, relatives and attending n football game while Mr. and Mr- J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and children ^ _ t _ Mary Tarver and Stevie, will be | or. She will have as hrr housepurst | Gamut is n student at Mississippi sonic Temple. Here from Kansas City. Kans., to i spend the holiday with Mrs. Aubryy j Conway are Mr. and Mrs. A. H. j Turner. Mrs. Turner is the niece off ihe late Mr. Conway. j Sharing the turkey dinner at the! Conway home will be Mrs. Godfrey White and family of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Billy King and children Ann and Jimmy will spend Thanksgiving: with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Harris at Cotton Plant. They will be joined there by her brother, Jaory. and Mrs. Chester Harris and family of Kingsville, Tex., and her sister, Mrs. Jack Atkinson. Mr.. Atkinson and family of Star City. Ark. Among Blytheville school teachers going home for the holiday 7 will be Miss Melba Marion and Miss Douie Whitsel. Miss Marion will nsit.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Marion in Van Fleet, Miss., while Miss Whitsel will visit her parents in Sikeston. Mo. In St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and j son Louis will be in St. Louis for' the holidays visiting their son and brother, B. A. Lynch, Jr., and family. Visiting in,Union City. Tenn., will be Mr, and Mrs. John Prather and son John Wayne. They will be guests of Mr. Prather's parents, Mr, and Mrs. George B. Prather. Miss Bertha Ann Gaines, student at Memphis State College, will be the holiday guest of her parents, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. She.} will have as her houseguest David Fowler. Others home from Memphis State . will be Misses Sue Jobe and Pat; Piercy. Mr, Farr will join his wife Operettas To Be Staged Tuesday Night Tuesday. Nov. 29. Will be the night "Sunday Excursion," and "Lowland Seas," are staged at Blytheville High School auditorium by the school glee clubs. In Monday's paper these operettas were listed as being presented Monday, Nov. 29. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry and Thurman Rowlett are in charge of production. Sabbath Service To be Held at Temple Israel session. Circle Two was in charge of the program, "Christ for the Whole World." Mrs. Berry and Mrs. W. R. West gave the devotional. Those taking parts on the pro- i gram were Mrs. R. L. Adkfsson. Mrs. i Loyce Gestring, Mrs. Hughey, Mrs. W. R. Williams, Mrs. Jess Province, Mrs. Dan Magruder. Mrs. C. i E. Parks and Mrs. Bill Cook. Mrs. John Buchanan dismissed the group. , , Marion Cook Circle met Monday Mrs. Joyner Gives Program At Club Mrs. F. B. Joyner was in charge of the progra mlast night when Or* pheus Club held iU monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. George Le« with Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr.. as co- hast ess. Mrs. Joyner concluded the study book, "What to Listen lor in Music," using several piano solos to illustrate her program. Preceding this study a trio composed of Mrs. Russell C. Farr, Mn. Williams and Mrs. Lee presented three selections. They were -'Thanks Mrs. Claude Sheridan of Poplar j be to God," "Nobody Knows the Bluff and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheridan of St. Louis. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regenold will be Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Regenold of Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom and children of Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Prank whilworth and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ed Regenold and children of Blytheville. Mrs. Freeman Jernigan and children of Jackson. Miss., will arrive today to visit her parents, Mr. arm Mrs, F. B. Joyner. Mr. Jernigan will join his family here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. R.. Wetenkamp f nnd daughter Terry of Memphis will! be guests tomorrow of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Terry, and family. Trouble I've Seen," and "Alice Holiday." The meeting was opened with tbe repeating of the Collect and singing of the hymn of the month, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God." Mrs. C. G. Redman gave a brief history of this hymn, which was composed by Martin Luther. Mrs. F. L- Reed, club president, presided over the business session at which time reports were given by club officers and a special Christmas program was discussed. A guest of the club was Miss Millie Ann Mallory. During (he social hour t\~n li >s- tesses served cake and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Don V. Cole of Webster Groves. Mo., will be holiday guests of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth, and family. J. E. Halsell is spending several ; days vacationing in Hot Spring's. night with Mrs. Carl Tate. Six members were present. Those presenting the Royal Service program were Mrs. .Tate, Mrs. Hughey, Mrs. C. S. Webb. Mrs. Idell Lowe and Mrs. Bobby Webb. Mrs. Webb gave the closing prayer. Rose Marlowe Circle met at the home of Mrs. J. D. Eatmon eight members and one new member. Mrs. John Brown, present. Mrs. Bobby Nowlin opened the meeting with prayer with Mrs. Bill Boren conducting the business session. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Lorene Hardy, Mrs. No\vlin, Mrs. BroWn, Mrs. Jack Christi, Mrs. Lois Marr, Mrs. Boren, Mrs. Chester Jenkins and Mrs. Gaylord Lewis. Mrs. Lewis dismissed the group. Mildred Matthew Circle met at the home of Mrs. Alvin Pritchard with eight members, one visitor, Mrs. Juanita Ferguson, and one new member, Mrs. Barbara Scholz. present. Prayers Wese led during the meet- Friday night at B p. m. Dr. Alfred mg by Mrs. Harold Russell and Mrs. Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, will | Elnora Stafford. conduct a Sabbath service. He will speak on "The Position of the Jews in America Today." Readers of the service will be Vernice Bristcr, Jr., student at Arkansas School for the Deaf in Little Rock, will arrive home today to spend the holidays with his par- Mr. and Mrs. Siegoert Jiedel. Scott. They will visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott. Mrs. C. E. Evans will spend the holidays in Fort Worth. Tex., visiting her son. the Rev. Carroll Evans, and Mrs. Evans. Gary are in Ashdown, Ark., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. and son there today for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Friend and children of Oxford, Miss., will be the holiday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Henry. Jack Elliott, student at Ole Miss, tern, will arrive home today to visit i .Jim Cooper, who has recently j will .spend the holidays here with been employed in Blytheville. will i his wife and parents, Mr ind Mrs Tn Tennessee Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Bryant will spend the day, in Newbern. Tein. visiting relatives, while Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mcllwaine will arrive here from Nashville, Tenn., to visit her sister, Mrs. Phi] Robinson, and Mr. Robinson. her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monachal!. Arriving Friday wiil be ! Lt. and Mr.s, E, B. Gee, Jr., from i Belleville, 111. They will visit her: purents, Mr. and Mrs. Monaghan. j nnd his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B, f Cice. j Arriving home from the University of Arkansas for the holiday weekend will be Warren McCluro. Ray Cloiise, Jo Alice McGuire, Laurn Alice Hemby. Jan Rayder, Bob, Gaiiya Stilwell, Beauton Stalling.^ Billy Gilbow, Patti Deen and Hnrold Wayne Wright. Jerry j Null, Sally Trieschmann. Danny spend the day in Batesville with his : Matt Scruggs. wife and three children, who are; Although several families will temporarily making their home : not have company or leave town to visit relatives Thanksgiving will still be celebrated in their homes with the traditional dinners. with Mrs. Cooper's mother, Mrs. Mary Emails Atkinson. Mrs. Russell H. Farr and son Already visiting in the Robinson i Edgmon. Allen Shanks, Billy Mi- home is her mother. Mrs. F, J. | chad and John Fong. McCarthy of Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. W. spend the day in Ciitron. Mo., visiting their daughter, Mrs. David Barton. Mr. Barton and daughter Kay. Mrs. M. George will have as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest George of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. J. . ! Misses Linda Raydcr and Mllly urn.-; wili j Ann Bradley, also students rtt the Umvnr.sity will have as their house- guests tlieir roommates, Mrs. E. F. Fry will be in Memphis to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Haggard Crews and children Dana and Trent left Monday morning for Abilene. Tex.. , . Mississippi Southern Collide, will J. p. Garrott left this morning bc the- holiday guest of her 1 mother Mrs. Mino F. Dover, and Mr. Hov- for Columbus. Miss., to motor his daughter, Betty Lee, home. Miss In Ruslon, La., visiting her pur- ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. T,mcr. They will also visit nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, in Junction City. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bennett will motor to St. Louis to visit her sister, Mrs. Jake Waldman. and family. Jerry Berry, student at the University of Arkansas, will spend the holiday season here with :iis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Seated at the festive table at the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Walker will be her mother, Mrs. Laura Myers, of Spokane, Wash., and her brother, J. Maxwell Myers, and h!s wife. Dr. Helcine Cissna Myers, of Dayton, 0 Students Home Mrs. Fred Bean will have her two daughters home from college (or the holidays. Miss Doris Bean will be home from the University nt Mississippi and Miss Martha Bean will be home from Hendrix College. Miss Bobbie Jean Byrd, student at Ole Miss, will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. I. ByrcL Charles Ray Hall, student at the University of Arkansas, will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. Visiting in the H. C. Blankenship home will be his brother, O. K Blankenship, Mrs. Blnnkenship and — son Mike and Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Bltnkcnshlp. all of Little Rock. The Blankenshlp's daughter, Manyfl Kty, « student at Ole Miss, will •Iso be home over the holiday sen- ton. Miss Evelyn Bowen, student »t Duvid Llpscomb College in Nash- vlllt, Una., will viiit Ixr meUicr, Louis Davis, also n student at the; college. Miss Rrulrtn Ann Lee of Memphis will visit her grandmother, Mrs. S. P. Lee. , And to .lom-hlinro John A. While, student at the Shite College for Women. "Volunteer" Home Home for the first time since enrolling as a freshnuui at the University of Tennessee in September will be Condon Bush. He will visit Universily of Arkansas, will visit j ^.P aron1s - Mr - aml Mrs - »• c his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Floyd A i Whim Visiting for the,day in Jonesboro will be Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. They will visit his parents, Mr and Mrs. C. B. Muhon. A new Blytheville family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crump, and son, will have as their holiday guests his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Harold W. Crump of Natchez. Miss., ami his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mr.-;. V. L. Crnztnnf of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dunkley ami daughters will be in Memphis Thursday to visit relatives. Visiting in Greenville. Miss., will be Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Erosion. Enjoying traditional festivities in Alton, II]., will be Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cuadra and daughter. They will be guest* of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Huber and son. ., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schmuck will spend the day in pyersburg, Tenn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. . Payne and Mr. !md Ted Brown nnd daughters will be in Memphis visiting his mother, Mr.s. Llln Mne Brown, Mrs. Brown and daughters will remain for several days while Mr Brown will return Friday morning Another new Blythcvlllc family. Dr. and Mrs, Phil Dcnl and yon Fred, left this afternoon for darks- ville, Ark,, to visit Mr, and Mr*. Bush. 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Boggs and daughter will visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. G. Rankm, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Boggs. in Little Hock. Arriving Thursday night to visit her parents, Mr. arjd Mrs. M. T. Moon, will be Mrs. ' W. F. Cooley and children, David and Carol, ol Russellville. They will nlso visit P. E. Cooley. Mr. Cooley will spend the dny in Wilson visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. D. Beall, Mr. Beall and children. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crouch. Jr., and slm ol West Memphis \vil: be the guests of his parents, Mr nnd Mrs. E. L. Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure will have as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby of Blytheville find Mrs [ Kirby's mother, Mrs. J. E. Wll- 1 bouru of Paragould, along with Miami Mr.s. L. E. Old of Blytheville. Calvin Czeschin and Miss Emadel Swenreiigen, students nt the Unlver- j slty of Missouri, will be holiday i guests of Ihclr parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles C. Czeschin and Mr j and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen. Also home Irom Ihe University oi Missouri will be Benny Hn.vs. He , will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Russell Ilnys. nnd sister, Rene. Mr. and Mrs. Hays also have as guests : Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hay* ol Musko- I THANKSGIVING $125 DINNER $125 1 Thursday November 24 1 APPETIZERS Cream of .Mushroom Soup Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE Roasl Young Tom Turkey with Sage Dressing Baked Sugar Cured Ham Roast Prime Rib of Beef with Brown Gravy CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Candied Yams (-'ream Style Corn Blue Lake Green Beans Fresh Brussel Sprouts SALAD Congealed Cranberry DESSERT Ginger Bread with Ambrosia Home Made Pumpkin Pie Serving Home Mad* Hot Rolls RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Plytheville's Fuvoritt Eating Plac« Last night all circles of Trinity Baptist Church met at the churcn for a mission study. The book reviewed was "World Within a World." Mrs. Drew Hughey was in charge of the program and also gave the dismissal prayer. Thi Cook Grace Caldwell. ,ose taking parts were Mrs. Bill | daughti :, Mrs. Carl Tate and Mrs of BIyt ents. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brister. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris spent the weekend in Memphis visiting their daughter. Miss Rene Norris, who is employed by the school .system there. While there. Mr. and Mrs. Norris. attended a !~ ! party at, the Memphis Country Club ! Saturday night and the perfor- i mance of the Regiment?.! Band of i Scots Guards at Ellis Auditorium ; Sunday .afternoon. Miss Norris will spend the holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard were in Memphis Sunday to attend the performance of the Regimental Bnnd of Scots Guard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson and children Johnny and Betty Lou of Houston, Tex., will arrive by plane in the morning. to visit in the homes .of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinicke, Mr. and Mrs. T. Wade Jeffries and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert AJso visiting in these homes will be Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Crafton of Conway and Mrs. Crafton's mother. Mrs. Licklider of Springdale. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Miller of Indianola, Miss., formerly of Blytheville, are the parents of 0. son born last night at Indianola Hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, has been named McAdams Browning. Mrs. Miller is the former Miss Jane McAdams, of Mrs. Lucy McAdams Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Rodgers wi have as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shepherd and Miss Beverly Shepherd of Columbus, Ga., Mrs. Gordon DHlard Of New Albany, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rodgers and Miss Mary Lou Rodg' ers of Jonesboro. Miss Ann Seay, student at Ole Miss, arrived last night to spend the hplkhiys with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay. Arriving today from Ole Miss will be Misses Pat Partlow, Mary Alice j McWaters and Gail Whitsitt. j Mrs. J. W. Purtle left this morning for St. Louis where she will visit her son, Robert Purtle. and her daughter, Miss Delia Purtle. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray .will spend tomorrow .in Dexter, Mo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson. M.r and Mrs. Robert McHaney and son Woodson will leave today j for Montgomery. Ala... where they will vi?it her sister, Mrs. John S. Hudson, and Lt. Col. Hudson. From there the McHaney's and Hudson's will go to Griffin, Ga., where they will be guests of'Dr. and Mrs. John Ed Clouse. Mr. and Mrs. Lelon Raft were in Memphis Saturday night to attend the Christmas parade. GEM THEATRE "Osceo/o's Finest" • SATURDAY LATE SHOW • SUN. • ;m • TUES. November 26-27-28-29 WHO WAS THIS MAN?... He profaned the cloth he wore I She fought against this forbidden relationship! The most challenging story cf faith ever told! uoeisus *™ mm » H wm • « w MMI * IIUUMMC MM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c A 35e At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature GIANT OF ALL THRILLERS! RtlusBiTtmUnitidArtisIs — AND - Tit W .~THK .Crl..™* { BAREFOOT j j CQNTESSA i • ^^TECHNICOLOR • Cartoon "Duck Visits Lake" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature DWAROC. ROBINSON IN ALL HIS FURTIII -/BLACK TUESDAY N thru L- -1 , :;m — AND — af » illtn Dill S«ri»l "C«pt. Afr!e«" No. 12 And Cartoon

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