The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
Page 5
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1WJ1WDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1085 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Misi Millie Ann Mnllory, Society Editor Society News - llorv ftafliet.v Rditnr * Phone Phone 3-4461 Lake Street Methodist Church Scene Of Annual Eastsule Club Luncheon Eastside Garden Club held its annual Christmas luncheon at Lake Street Methodist Church Tuesday. Greenery, silver sprays and colorful red berries were used to decorate the room and tables where' the meal was served. The Rev. Mitchell Sanford, pastor of the church, gave the invocation with Mrs. B. A, Bugg, cLul) president, reading Edgar A. Guest's poem, ''Christmas." Following the meal a brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Bugg at which time roll call was answered by each member giving ideas for Christmas and new officers were installed for the coming year. Mrs. Bugg was re-installed as president; Mrs. Dave Abbott, vice- president; Mrs. George McLeod, secretary, and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, treasurer. The program for the afternoon was under the direction of Mrs. Iverson Morris and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. A special piano solo w\is played bj Mrs. Henderson Hall And Mrs. Rodgers gave the Christmas story from Luke. Mrs. Morris led a special prayer and the story of the poinsettias, the Christmas flower, was told by Mrs. \V. O. Anderson. Christmas carols were sung by the group and gifts were exchanged. Special gifts were given Mrs. Bugg and Mrs. George Barham, a frequent visitor of the club. Twenty-four members, four visitors. Mrs. L. F. May, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haynes and Mrs. Charles Henley, were present for the annual affair. Mrs. Barham judged arrangements in the Christmas motif. Mrs Lee Stiles won first place in the artificial division with second going to Mrs. W. E. Buchanan and Mrs. Abbott. Honorable mention in this division went to Mrs. W. Leonard Smith and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mrs. Bob Copeland won first and second place in the greenery division and Mrs. Lee Hill took third place. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. W. S. Allen, Mrs. J. W. .Maloney, Mrs. Taft Metzger, Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. Bugg. Half Moon WSCS Meets At Buck Home The home of Mrs, H. C. Buck was decorated in holiday colors ot red and green Monday night when she entertained members and husbands of the Half' Moon Women's Society oC Christian Service. Mrs. B. F. Gay served as program leader using as her theme, "My Favorite Christmas Story." Recordings of Christinas carols were played and special Christmas stories were told by Mrs. R. L. Hawkins, Mrs. J. E. Johnston and Mrs. C. W Garrigan. Special guests at the party were Mrs. E. B. Walker, Mrs. "Lillian Slayton, Mrs. Hazel Cavaness and Miss Thelma Evans all of Joiner. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Fifteen Members Attend Meeting Of Dell WSCS Fifteen members of Dell Women's society of Christian Service were present for the monthly meeting at .the church Monday night. A Christmas story was told by Mrs. Fred Kelly with the story from Luke being given by Miss Virginia Wilson. During the business session, final plans were made for a Christmas paYty Monday night. A guest of the group was Russell Greenway, Jr. Mrs. H. R. Crawford and Mrs. Temple Israel Members to Observe Chanuko Sunday Israel wil at 4:30 p. Temple celebrate Chanuko, the Jewish Festival of Lights, .cominem- orating the victory of the Maccabees in the year 168 B. C. as the first fight for religious freedom ' in world's history. Students of the Sunday School and the children of the kindergarten will perform religious pageants and Rubbi Alfred Vise will explain the meaning of the eight branch candelabrum of Menouah. Students and members of the congregation will later be served a turkey dinner, sponsored by mem? bers of the Temple Sisterhood. A social hour will follow the dinner. Dinner Party Given for Birthday Club A dinner party at the Rustic Inn was the Christmas party for members of YM Birthday Club. Miss Frances Long was in charge of arrangements. During the evening gilts were exchanged. Guests of the club were Mrs. Bill Long and Mrs. Lovell Jarrett, Russell Greemvay were hostesses (he social hour. Coming Ewnts THURSDAY Mrs. W. 8. Johnson, Mrs. Rupert Oration, Mrs. Lillian Frank and Mrs. Chester Haters honoring Miss Melba pryor with coffee at home of Mrs. Mclvin Halsell, 1204 Walnut, 3 to 4:30 p. m. FK1DAY Woman's Club members being entertained with Christmas musical tea at 2:30 p.m. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr. Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Parrls McCalla. Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church having Christmas party at home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons, 2 p.m. Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mrs. C. P. Tucker are co-hostesses. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. SUNDAY Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church entertaining with tea honoring the Rev. and Mrs. J. Raymond Denton, at home oi Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba, 1100 Ciuntry Club Drive, 3 to 5 p.m. JUi No matter how much o man criticizes his wife, he never questions her choice of o husband. Cream- enriched , margarme \ is better i - AND ONLY. CREAMO CONTAINS'CREAM SECTION 1 NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1. Sealed proposal addressed to Board of Education, Gosnell School District No. 0, City of Gosnell, Ar- Knnsas, for the construction of AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDING for Oosnell School District No. 6, hereinafter called "Owner", in accordant with plans, specifications and contract documents, which arc prepared by and may be obtained from the office of Dan F. Stowers, Architect, 1001 West Second Street, Little Rock, Arkansas, will be received at the office of F. E. Lucius, Superintendent of Schols in Gosnell, Arkansas, until 2:00 p.m. o'clock, December 22, 1955, and then publicly opened and read aloud. Any bid received after closing time will be returned unopened. 2. Separate proposal shall be filed for the (a) General Construction (b) Mechanical Work (c) Electrical Work 3. A cashier's check, certified check, or acceptable bidder's bond payable to the Owner in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the largest possible total for the bid s/ibmilted, including the consideration of additive alternates, must accompany each bid as a guarantee that, if awarded the contract, the bidder will promptly enter into a contract and execute such bonds as may be required. 4. Attention is called to the fact that the rates of pay for labor and mechanics engaged in '.tie construction of the project will be not less than the prevailing local wage rates for similar work as determined in accordance with Public Law No. 403 of the Seventy-fourth Congress, approved August 30, 1935, as amended, and further in full compliance with any state wage law that may be applicable. 5. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any and an formalities. 0. Plans and specifications may be examined without charge in the office of F. E. Lucius, Superintendent of Schools, and may be procured from the office of Dan P. Stowers, Architect, 1001 West Second Street, Little Rock, Arkansas, upon deposit of $25.00 per set. Refund on deposit will be made in full to bona fide bidders, on not to exceed one (1) set of documents, upon return of .such documents within five days from receipt of bids. Additional sets of documents in excess of one (1) set, and documents issued to subcontractors or material suppliers are available by deposit of $25.00 per set with refund at the rate of .$10.00 per set upon which return of documents within five days from receipt of .bids. 1. No bids may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for receipt oi bids. 8. All bidders must comply with the requirements of the Contractors Licensing Law of the State of Arkansas. 9. All bids may be held thirty (30J days, unless sooner returned by the Owner. BOARD OF EDUCATION By C. A. Moody, President. By G. R. Ledbetter, Secretary. 12/8-15-55 A recent fashion article declares that everyone can wear every color. True enough — IP It's a right shade of that color for you. Don't be afraid to trust your Initlnct: pick the tones and shades that "glv» Jon a lift" and It's a good bet it'l foot for you. Eyeglasses with frames which permit inserts patterned to match your costume can be had. Check your jeweler or optometrist to see if he's stocking them. flavor, accurate , dosage. Try it! World's Largest Selling Aspirin For Children IT IS NOT 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 HOLIDAY SPECIAL! ALL THIS WEEK! ! Fried Chicken (Golden Brown) With French Friet and Salad $100 HAMBURGER STEAK (Fresh Pure Ground Beef) With all the Trimmings C 75 Serving Home Mad* Hot Rolls RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blyrheville's Favorite Eating Place WESTBROOK'S FAMILY SHOE STORE WOMEN'S Blue, White, Pink Men's, WonW* & Children's Majorette Boots Child* $3.99 Misses $4.99 Women's $6.99 $499 $1*0 FAMILY SHOE STORE

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