The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1955 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 6, 1955
Page 5
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1955 BLTTHEVULE (AKK.) COUKIER NEWS PAGBFTVE - Society News - e Ann Mallorv. Societv Editor * Phoni Misi Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Carutbersville Girl Becomes Bride CARUTHERSVILLE — Miss Patricia Sue Hambj, daughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. J. H. Hamby of Caruthersville, was. recently married .to Patrick Joseph Jnnscn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jansen Sr. of Poca- honlas, Ark., at Sacret Heart Catholic Church here. The Rev. Joseph H. Huels of CK- ruthersvilte officiated and the Rev. Edward Hinckley of Ppcahontas assisted. Music was under the direction of Sister Mary Victor and the children's choir. White chrysanthemums decorated the church. The bride wore an original wedding gown by Marie in crystal white imported chantilly lace combined with nylon over net and silk taffeta. After 'A short wedding trip to Illinois. Kentucky and Tennessee, the couple moved to Memphis where they wiU make their home. Breakfast Compliments Miss Scrape A breakfast :it the home of Mrs. R. J. McKinnon in Manila Saturday morning complimented Miss Mary Louise Scjrape, bride-elect of Joe Shanks. , Guests were sea ted at a table centered with a Christinas arrangement. Placecards carried out the Christmas theme, also. Other Christmas decorations were seen throughout entertaining rooms of the home. A gardenia corsage was presented Miss Scrape who was dressed in a brown knit suit. Corsages were also presented to Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs. Joseph Shanks, mothers of the engaged couple. In party games played, MrS. Charles Langston. Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. S. C. Owen were winners. So Smart And Young TRIO .MEMBER — Miss Charlene Pierce of Blytheville, seated at left is a member of the Mary Hurdm-Buylar Chorale Trio. The trio, under the direction of Miss Florence Bergendahl, has just been organized this year and has already made numerous appearances in Bell county. Miss Pierce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce of Blytheville. Club Eight pliments Miss Medlin Coming Events Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church having Christmas party and luncheon at.Fellowship Hall 12 p.m. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R TUKSDAIf Exemplar Chapter of Beta Phi having Christmas party and dance at home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Edwards, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Miss 'Susaiuic Medlin of Little Rock, bride-elect of Graham Sudbury III of Blytheville, was a Bly- ihevllle visitor over the weekend. While here, members of Club Elgin honored her with a luncheon. Tiie affair was held at Hotel No-1 C. Allen, ble. , j Wednesday Bridge Club meeting Guests were seated at a table cen-1 ^.^ ^ Irs Q ^ Cunningham, tercd with a bridal arrangement m| Elementary PTA study course at shades of pink and white. Gardenia; Slldbury Sclwo i : 2:30 to 3 p . n >. corsages were presented to Miss; T | ljs js a secont j j,, a series of study Medlin and Mrs. Graham Sudbury, | cou ,. ses an( j glbert Johnson will be mother of the groom-elect and a j gllcs ,_ S p ea |;er. His topic will be j member of the club. j "Just and Durable Parents." The honoree was also presented a ( THURSDAY gift of silver by club members. Special guests were Mis Tabitiuj Sudbury and Mrs. Harold Sudbury. j : i Peas for Penny Campaign On The asymmetric styles are chiefly If you 1 re short, take it easy on «n- for dramatic personalities, If you're not that type, be wary when you buy or you may be diary to wear. veloping stoics and coats. Don't overwhelm .yourself; you won't overwhelm others. PEAS FOR PENNY—18 TAYLOR, Tex. I/PI— You can join the National Black-eyed Pea Assn.) for a ponny. Just semi it to the as- t sociation at P.O. Box 311 in Taylor, j Southerners traditionally eat: black-eyed peas on New Year's Day i The association in announcing it wus; opening its membership vo the public at a penny a head, said the only other requirement for membership is ! that you agree to "extoll their good- i ness as an adequate subject for frequent conversation." Altrusa CUib meeting. Duplicate Bridge League meeting. Kibitzer Club meeting with Mrs. Harry A. Haines. La Nueve Club meeting with Mrs. Newton. \Vhitis. Mid-Week Club meeting \viih Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Chillion Club meeting with Mrs O. O. Elkins. Club 28 having Christmas party , .. e and dance. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs: A breakfast at die home of M!S -[ E . j. Cuv ^ m -^ and M rs. L. E. Old Miss Ashford Honored With Breakfast Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs.' Farris McCalla. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. SUNDAY Woman's Auxiliary of St. Step-; hen's Episcopal Church entertain- j ing with tea honoring the Rev. and' Mrs. J. Raymond Demon, at home, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S., Saliba, i 1100 Ciunlvy Club Drive, 3 to 5 p.m. Open Till 9 P.M. Every Nite Until Christmas Lad & Lassie Toy Center M - i - t Ph. 3-6803 IT IS HOT TOO LATE TO ORDER Business & Personal CHRISTMAS CARDS Hallmark and other leading lines Unusual Gifts and Gift Wrapping SAMUEL F. MORRIS Across From City Hall The wide runge of this year's f as f Work . fashions leave lots of scope for self- analysis. For example: a straight skirt implies reserve, dignity; wear one when you feel that way. If you feel casual, don't kill the mood with a pencil-slim encasement; choose a fuller cut that harmonizes with your feelings. PETERSBURG, -Va. <VP)—Herbert Harrison, a rural resident, thinks Petersburg thieves pretty fast. He parked his car, was in a shop three minutes, and returned to find $25 in clothing stolen. Harold Doyle Saturday morning co-; niplimented Miss Aurita Ashford, I bride-elect of Billy Long. ' Mrs. Jesse Eubanks and Mrs. Elmer Norman were co-hostesses for the affair. A low bow! of orchid pom-poms centered the breakfast table. Flanking this were white tapers in crystal candlesticks. Placecards were miniature mirrors outlined with bridal flowers. Yellow chrysanthemum corsages were presented to the honoree and i Mrs. Theodore Long, mother of the [ groom-elect. I Miss Ashiord, who wore a beige i knit dress, also was presented with ' a gift of silver by her hostesses. I In party games,. Miss , Pattye | June Bosson and Mrs. Edwin Stubblefield were winners. M d g E Woman's Club members being entertained with Christmas musical Lea at 2 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with | MRS. ELIZABETH GREEN, Seattle, sail: "St. Joseph Aspirin For Children is so convenient. No need to break tablets. My children like the orange flavor." ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Courier News, 372 W. Street, Chicago 6,, Till. The new fall 5: winter '55 issue of Basic FASHION, our complete pattern magazine is filled With attractive, sew-easy styles to delight beginner and expert. Don't miss it — send 25 cents today for your copy. Quincy j Replacement Service CHARLOTTE, N. C. W>—A thief entered the home of Fred Hood and took a pair of new shoes. He left behind his own badly worn pair. 8322 10-20 Sue Burnett A carefully taifb»ed two piecer j with a back-buttoning top, slim as j a needle skirt. Finish with tiny but-1 tons, round collar. 1 Pattern No. 8322 is in sizes 10, 12. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4',i yards of 35-inch; V, yard contrast. For this pattern, send S5c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett. Blytheville SAVE BY THE 10th OP THE MONTH AND EARN FROM THE FIRST. TEN EXTRA DAYS TO YOUR CREDIT! Save any amount at any time—hut keep il working for yon. Savings here earn more,—-are sn/e- ly insured, and ready when needed. Current Dividend Rate 3% Blytheviile Federal Savings & Loan Association 200 N. 2nd St. Phone 3-4553 Fine tor TV MATTOON, 111. iiPl — Robert D. ilcCool, IB. was cooled with a S76 fine in Mattoon police court alter he had: Pulled loose the television wires from Paul Gibson's set. Showered Gibson with eggs. Quick Relief that Lasts! t~ PILE PAIN Thorn Ion-Minor Ointment * • complete formula with specfal ingredients to relieve itching, burning, pain and reduce swelling- Goes to work instantly; lasts foe hours. Proved clinic formula- ointment or suppositories, $1.00- Insist on Thornton-Minor Pile Ointment—«t all drug stores. . , Mow...for only £50 you can give the. -precious gift of HEAR!MS ' full powered, top-quolity 4-TRANSISTOR HEARING AID - - - this Christmas you can give a friend or loved one a ready-to-enjoy, easy-to-wear Zenith Hearing Aid for only S50. Here's a precis ion-built Zenith of thrilling fidelity and realism . . . powered by no less than 4 wonder transistors for even finer performance . , - operating for only about 10<f a week on a single tiny battery. What more thoughtful, practical gift for someone who needs better hearing, but has hesitated taking this eimple, yet important aUp! -^ Special Oin'cfmas Triaf Offer Buy a 50-X (or any of Zenith's complete line of highest- quality hearing aids) for a gift before Christmas—whenever it'a most convenient. The recipient will enjoy a full 10-rlay triaJ period beginning on Christmas Day ... he must be completely satisfied or your money will be refunded promptly under our 10-Day Money-Back Guarantee! ty moker* of fcmous Zenith TV and Radio* Your Ixx'al Zenith Dealer MRS. H, L. HARP 910 W. Walnut Ph. 3-1 (IS The Best Christmas Gift! Lovely 2-diamoiid Klgin walch 71 3 " A beauty! Circled with 30 blaring diamonds . Serving Blytheville Since 1908 DANE FERGUS JEWELRY CO.-GOING OUT OF BUSINESS- AUCTION SALE CONTINUES! Every Evening at 7:30 p.m. until entire stock is sold - Open for inspection each afternoon for items you might want to select for sale that night SILVER-CHINA-CRYSTAL-DIAMONDS-WATCHES LUGGAGE-COMPACTS-COSTUME JEWELRY - GIFTS Everything Sold to Highest Bidder- Don't Miss This Opportunity to Buy Christmas Gifts at Your Own Price! W OSCEOLA, ARKANSAS

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