The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 25, 1955
Page 5
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J6, 1955 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS -Society News - e Ann Mallorv. Society Editor * Pho* Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phooe »-44« Mississippi County Council ofHD Clubs Has Fall Meeting at Park Mississippi County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs held its fall meeting at the Woman's Building in Walker Park here Tuesday. , The meeting began at 9:30 a. m. at which time Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, county demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on wrapping Christmas packages. After this, the group wrapped gifts to send to Kennedy Veterans Hospital. In a business session, officers for the coining year were elected. They were Mrs. Mary Hitt of Lcachville, president; Mrs. Gene Braciberry, Mrs. Gann Honored With Shower Mr*. Earl Gann, Jr., a recent bride, was honored with a linen and kitchen shower Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Bert Trumble. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Horace Halford, Mrs. Earl Knipple and Mrs. Ira Lambert, Jr. The Trumble home was decorated with bouquets of Camillas, jasmine and chrysanthemums. Mrs, Gann wore a black full skirt trimmed in gold brocade with black. jersey blouse. She received a gift corsage of carnations. Mrs. Jimmy QuicK, sister of the honoree, was a special guest. Calvary BWC Meets at Church Business Women's Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met Tuesday night at the church for a Royal Service program. Miss Bonnie Webb presided over the meeting with Mrs. Rnymond Bomar leading the opening prayer. The devotional was given by Miss Webb and a special prayer was led by Mrs. J. H. Fondren. Those taking parts on the program were Mrs. Opal Ayres, Mrs. Louise Baughman, Mrs. Janie Ross, Mrs. Mrs. Daisy Short, Mrs. Fondren, Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Bomar. Mrs. Ross dismissed the group. Wipe Your Wheels CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (#)— Trucks will please wipe their wheels before driving into Charlottesville. City Council took this view after recent rains when trucks from outlying construction jobs painted the pavements with red Albemarle County mud. Council also told the city attorney to draft an ordinance to make the request enforceable. secretary; Mrs. Lela Croons, vice- president, and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, treasurer. Mrs. Howard Bo wen gave a demonstration on drapery and curtain material after which a potluck luncheon was held. In the afternoon session the Rev. Mitchell Sanford. pastor of, Lake Street Methodist Church, gave the devotional and Mrs. Pierce of Leachvllle spoke on Thanksgiving. A discussion and film on Civil Defense was given by Sgt. Mason, Sgt. Richardson and Lt. Jacob of Little Rock. County Judge Philip Deer spoke on juvenile delinquency in Mississippi County. Mrs. Virginia Davis/ representing Bell Telephone Company, invited the group to tour the plant. H. C. nappenberger was a special guest at the meeting when eight clubs were represented. Dorcas Circle Has Program At Church Dorcas Circle of Beacon Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jones led the opening prayer with Mrs. J. J. Johnson conducting the business session. "Importance of Women's Work in the Church," was the program presented with all members taking parts. Mrs. It. V. Qilbow gave the devotional. Mrs. Homer Porter led the closing prayer. Rib-Scales Snakes have large scales on their undersi -. and each scale connected to a rib. As the snake moves its ribs, the scales move also, and thus the reptile progresses. WHILE THEY LAST SAVE $89.95 FRIGIDAIRE WASHER Model WV35 at regular price FRIGIDAIRE DRYER Regular $179.95. Match to above washer—buy it for $229 95 $90oo WHEN YOU BUY A WASHER HURRY FOR YOURS We Give Quality Stamps Adams Appliance Co., Inc. "We Service What We Sell" 206-208 W. Main Phone 2-2071 Fidelis Class Has Annual Dinner Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church held its annual Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves Tuesday night. Husbands of class members along with Dr. C. Frank Pittfi and John Mayes were special guests. The turkey dinner was served buffet style from a table centered with tin arrangement of yellow pom-pom. 1 !. Fall leaves ran the length of the dining table and interspersed among these clusters were miniature turkeys. Miniature turkeys centered individual tables also. Mrs. N. F. Griffin, class president, welcomed the group wi th J. P. Friend giving the devotional. Dr. Pitts led the closing prayer. Following the meal the 31 guests spent the evening Informally. Mrs. C. E. Johnson is class teacher. Mrs. Kirshner, Mrs. Norris Bridge Winners Mrs. R. P. Kirshner and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris won first place In the live-table Howell movement played Tuesday night by Country Club Bridge League. Taking, second place were Leon Levlnsohn and Jim Roleson with third going to Frank Nelson and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. Russell PhiUips and Mrs. Gean Atkinson were in fourth place Bridge Clubs Conduct Weekly Games Two of Blytheville's bridge clubs conducted games Tuesday at the annual Thanksgiving Day party held by ladies of the Country Club. Tuesday Bridge club was entertained at this affair by Mrs. E. M. Regenold. She invited as guests of the club Mrs, S. A. Regenold of Kennett and Mrs. G. S. Atkinson. Bridge winners were Mrs. Regenold, high, Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr., second high, and Mrs. Max Reid, bridge-. Mrs. Fred Kelley entertained Tri- Town Club at the Country Club. Mrs. James Terry mui Mrs. Newton Whltis won high scores in the games. Members of GIB Bridge Club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Elwood Deen along with two guests, Mrs. Hlldred Bunch and Mrs. Foy Etchieson. Mrs. Tom A. Little, Jr., won high in the games, Mrs. Robert Thompson, second high, and Mrs. Utho Barnes, hridgo. A dessert course preceded the games. Training Union Class Has Potluck Supper Adult Training Union Class of Trinity Baptist Church was entertained with a potluck supper at the home of Mrs. A. D. Adkins Monday night. Eighteen members and the .Rev. and Mrs. Bill Cook and son Johnny attended the supper. The Rev. Mr. Cook gave the. invocation with H, E. Van Cleve dismissing the group. (JIM (JWwsr LOTION HE ALIHC MOlfCllVi SOFTINING HGHI5 WKCWCJH IA mited Time! Regular ) $ 1.00 f Size n Reg. L siz« now J. Hand Cream. Same wwxlerf ul benefits. Reg. *2 size... now only *1 pncw pjuo tac New Tussy Wind and Weather Lotion Now with row* new ingredients. SOFTEHSI Contains Emollients to HEALS! Contain; Allantoin to help heal chapped, dry skin. 3 smooth and soften your skin. FtGHts IHHCTIOMI Contains Hexa- PHOTECTSI Contains Silicones to cMorophfine to check skin germs, fight off effects'of stabbing attacks reduce risk of infection through of harsh soaps and detergents. open cracks in the skin. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 3-4507 Mrs. Berry Celebrates ?7rh Birthday Mrs. Mary June Berry celebrated her 91th birthday Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lillie Barker. Other members of the family attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bervy, Mrs. Minnie Barnes, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Miss Terrell Speaks to AltrusaClub Miss Effie Lee Terrell was guest speaker Tuesday night when Al- nub met in Colonial Boom of Hotel Noble. Sin? j;avc a talk on "Guidance Service in Blythcville High School." Mrs. Clara Martin conducted the brief business session. At the Hospitals HytherUte Hospital Dismissed: Travis Rinehart, Osceola Chickasawlia Hospital Dismissed: Airman 2/c Carl Haywor,th, city Bobby White, Jr., city John McParland, Manila Charles Bogan, city George Ledbetter, city Mrs. Algie Marley, Steele Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. J. Ernest, city Mrs. Robert Adams and baby, Rt. 3, city Mrs. Wayne Baker and baby, city Carla Walters, Rt. 4. city Mrs. Phillip Stokes, Rt. 4, city Mrs. Leroy Quails and baby, city Mrs. Arden Wilson, Rt. 2, city Mrs. Martha Decanter and baby, Steele A single quart of sea water may contain as many as 100,000 plankton, microscopic ocean organisms i on which fish feed. Coming Events SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meet- in*. Crater Lake, in (he crater of ancient Mount Maxama, Ore., revealed minor signs of iindersurfafce activity in 1945. FAST RELIEF for Headache 12 TABLETS IDt produces more thus on*- hklf billion pounds of let * year. ADYovltoed /•rCkildsCovgli When colds, measles or iht toavw your child with a cnnipy cough get Creomulskm quiet because chronic bronchitis may develop. Crecwikitc soothes raw throat and chest miHn- branes, loosens and helps expel germy pjilegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids nature fight the caus* of irritation. Get milder, tastier Creomulsion for Children io the pint and blue package at your drog counter. CREOMUISION FOR CHILDREN iriinei Cousin, OKI* CoUt, A«H BratcMM FULL 5'/2 FEET WIDE! FAMOUS FEATURES! FAMOUS QUALITY! 4&L Big, all-steel 66" CABINET SINK IMMEDIATE We Give Quality Stamps Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 206-208 W. Main Ph. 2-207T Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment WHY NOT? Yes, why not shop Safeway every week for all of your food needs? Each and every item sold at Safeway must completely satisfy you in every way, or your money back. And you'll be mighty happy when you see how far your food dollar goes at the BlytheviHe Safeway Store. On all counts, it pays to shop Safeway. Saturday Only! No. 2 Tin £ Lalani Crushed PINEAPPLE Dry Beans GR. NORTHERN 2", 25? Garden Fresh BUNCH TURNIPS 2 -,. 29< Bel-Air Fresh Frozen BABY LIMAS X 25< Garden Fresh, Healthful FRESH SPINACH u Taste Tells Brand BLACKEYEPEAS 2 Armour's Banner SLICED BACON Mammy Lou CORN MEAL 5 Fresh Meaty SPARE RIBS Fresh Sliced BEEF LIVER DON'T FORGET! Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor — item by item — day by day — in Blythevllie. Quality considered. We reserve the right to limit purchases Does Not Include Entire Stock 2 FOR 1 SHOE SALE!! MEN'S-WOMEN'S-CHILDREN'S Buy One Pair At Our Regular Low Price. Get Another Pair of Equal or Lesser Value PCEE! SALE STARTS SATURDAY, NOV. 26fh-ENDS DEC. 3rd All Sale Shoes Plainly Tagged No Refunds or Exchanges on Sale Items

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