The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 13, 1955
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURTER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1958 - Society News - - A_« u«M A «i, G/wAtu ITHit/ir * "hO IfiM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Women of Presbyterian Church Have Christmas Lurxheon, Parties Luncheons and parties were held yesterday when circles of Women of the Presbyterian Church met wrth each hostess having her home decorated for the holiday season. Mri Johnny Marr and Mrs. J- J Diclu were hostwses to members c Circle One with a luncheon »t Ui jiarr home. Thirteen members and one visito •On Vernon Thomasson were pre» •nt Mrs. Man- used a silver •"• white color scheme to decorate home with the focal point being white Christmas tree decorated wit. red baubles and lights. Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty gave th and her Charity, Love Groups Have Dinner Charity and Love Groups of First Christian Church met at the church last night for a Christmas dinner with the Charity Group as hostess. Social rooms of the church were decorated in the Christmas motif with the serving table holding a centerpiece of cotton snowmen standing on a bed of snow and greenery. Casting a soft glow over this were various sizes of candles. Individual tables held centerpieces of greenery, snowBalls and candles frosted with snow. Mrs. Jack Harrington served as devotional leader with Mrs. James Lee Brooks acting as program chairman. "Th« Star of Glory" was tne Christmas story told by Mrs. Joe pride. Jr., with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe providing soft organ background music. At the conclusion of the program yardsticks to which was attached money was presented by each member. This money will be used tor the parsonage furniture fund. Gifts were also presented to be •given to shut-Ins. Miss Blackard Complimented With Drop-In Mrs. W. K. Colston entertained Batuiday morning at the W. C. CoUton home with a drop-in honoring Mis» Kay Blackard, brlde- •l«ot of Larry Daniels. AMtetlng in entertaining were Mrs. *. C. Coleman, Mrs. W. C. Colston •nd Mrs. Alvis Harris. Special gueeta were Mr«. Brad Daniels, mother of the bridegroom- diet, and Mrs. • Idell Blackard, (nndmother of the honore*. Tliroughout the morning refreshment* were served from a table centered with a miniature white Chrtetma* tree adorned with tink- Ikig bells. • A white carnation corsage and gltt of China WM presented to Miss Blackard by her hostesses. She wore ftr the drop-In a pink wool dress with black accessories. Miss Marsha Blackard, slater of the bride-elect, presided at the table. Bible study with Mrs. John Cherry having charge of the Joy Gift, a program for retired Presbyterian ministers. Circle Two met at the home ol Mrs. Jesse White for a 12:30 p.m. luncheon with 16 members present. B» Her home with decorated in pink a with the luncheon table being cen- tn tered with an arrangement of pinic carnations. The Bible study was given by Mrs. E. L. Johnson and Mrs. Alice Womack had charge of the Joy Gift. Circle Three met at the church for a luncheon with a red and green color scheme being used for decorations. Mrs. C. M. Qray gave the study and Mrs. Ruth''Tanner emphasized the Joy Gift. Twelve members of Circle Four met at the home of Mrs. F. W. Whitner at 2 p.m. for a party and meeting. Mrs. 8. E. Tune had charge of the Bible,study with Mrs. Ross Stevens, and Mrs. Henry Layson presenting the Joy Gift program. / The traditional red and green was used to decorate the Whitner home. Circles Five and Six meet at the church last night for a turkey dinner with 20 members and two guests present. Mrs. Curtlss Anderson, chairman of Circle Five, and her circle members were hostesses. Tables were decorated with giant red. candles surrounded by gilded magnolia leaves. The study was given by Mrs. Russell Mosley and Mrs. Roland Rounsaville had charge of the Joy Gift program. Circle Seven met at the home of Mrs. D. B. Mcllwaln with 13 members present. Mrs. McHwain, who decorated her home with Christmas greenery and candles, had charge of the Bible study. Mrs. Dillahunty, a guest of the group, gave the Joy Gift program. Mls» Lois Fields directed party james during the evening. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In BIytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Featur* -AND — First Baptist Church Classes, Departments, Circles Have Parties Sunday School' classes, departments and circles of First Baptist Church held Christmas parties and dinners last night. Shady Deal CULVER CITY, Cnllf. Vf> — You can buy xcellent window shades aud shutters at a (actor yhere. A sign over the door proudly boasts, "Come In—and get the shadiest deal in town." Disagreed Degrees BELLVILLE, Tex. M') — Prank Zetske, editor of the Bellville Times, noticed a display of three thermometers in a store. Thy were side by side. One recorded the temperature at 12 degrees, one 70 and the other Not So Lovely AUSTIN. Tex. i;T')—A man complained lie WHS assaulted by his two girl friends. "Lovey" »nd "Buby Uoll." -Dnby Doll," he said, used n heer bottle. A/T2 and Mrs. T. VI. Crafton of; El Centre. Calif-, are parents of a daughter born Saturday at Balboa Hospital in San Diego. The baby has been named Patricia Linnea. Airman Crafton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. U Ciafton of Blythe- Mrs. Janie Hobson, who makes her home here with her daughter. Mrs. W. L. Crafton. underwent surgery yesterday morning at Chickasawba Hospital. j Capt. L. H. Wise and family, j who have been making their home | in Fort Carson, Colo., will be the holiday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Captain Wise will leave the latter part of January for duty in the Far East and Mrs. Wise and children will remain here and make their home at 1901 Hearn, their former residence. Mrs. Lloyd Wise returned Saturday from Killeen, Tex., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Webb, Capt. Webb and children. Robert Charles Poppleton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poppleton, was dismissed from Methodist Hospital in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart will leave Thursday for Knoxville, Term. They are going especially to attend the wedding Saturday of Mr. Smart's .brother, Don Smart, to Miss Nancy Ballou of Knoxville. Mrs. E. H. Collins, who suffered a stroke two weeks ago while visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Prank Coots, is slowly improving and is able to have visitors. She is in Room 208 at Walls Hospital and will be there for several more weeks. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Arnold T. Britton and family left today for Greenville, Air Force Base, Greenville, Miss., where he will be stationed. Condition of M. T. Moon, who underwent surgery yesterday at Methodist Hospital In Memphis, Is reported to be satisfactory. He 15 In Roo i 397. He was motored to Memphis Sunday by Mrs. W. T. Barnett and Mrs. Paul Luster. His daughters, Mrs. W. F. Cooley of Open Evenings Until 9 p.m. SALE Still In Full Swing at BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST GIFT CENTER The Gift Box 1004 Hiway 1 North — Phone 3-6737 No Parking Problem • Hollywood Dolls • Hand Cut Crystal • Wrought Iron • Beautiful Ceramics • Wood Crochery • China • Candles Mrs. S. J. Cohen, owner Ruth Class met at the home of Mrs, Travis Brooks for a party with 11 members and two visitors, Mrs. Turner Kissell and Mrs. Harry H. Brooks, present. Mrs. W. E. Jost conducted a brief business session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Raymond Bclknap, class teacher. A Christmas story was told by Mrs. Charles Penn. Later in the evening gift were presented by the class members which will be given to a needy family. Mrs. Belknap also received a gift from the class. Lydla Class met at the home of Mrs. E. B. Woodson with Mrs. R. E. Blaylock as co-hostess for a Christmas dinner party. The living; room of the home was decorated with greenery and red berries with the dining table being centered with an a rrangement of holly leaves, berries and white tapers. During the social hour, Mrs. J. M. Walls conducted party games, and gifts were exchanged by the groups. A special gift was presented to Mrs. Theodore Logan, class teacher. The evening was concluded with carol singing. Mrs. Charles Frank Pitts and Mrs Ellis Trammel were guests last night when Gleaners Class met at the home of Mrs. Max Logan] for a Christmas dinner. One honorary member, Mrs. E. H. Brown, was present. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated \Vith greenery and lighted candles with the focal point being a white Christinas tree. ; Mrs. J. .C. Roach gave the Jnvo- \ cation with Mrs. Pitts giving the de- j votional and Mrs. Brown dismissing the groups. Gifts were exchanged by the members during the evening. Russellville and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, and Mr. Lowe o£ BIytheville were in I Memphis with him yesterday. Mrs. Kathleen McCorrnick o f Memphis is the houseguest of Mrs. Lucy McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Seay announce the birth of a son last night at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby has been named Michael Ivy. Mr. and Mrs. Seay have two other sons. Business Women's Circle Number j Ten met at the home of Miss Ra- ; mona Crafton last night for its Christmas party. | During che evening gifts were exchanged by .members at which time secret pals were revealed. Assorted party foods and Russian tea were served from a table overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a Christmas arrangement of white and gold. The Living room was decorated with a lighted Christmas tree and giant candles set in beds of greenery and berries. Beginner Department Number One was entertained at the home of Mrs. Hoyt Brown, department superintendent. Mrs. Brown decorated her home with white and silver using painted magnolia leaves, candles and other Christmas novelties. During the evening gifts were exchanged and the hostess served A dessert course with coffee. State {lower of Texas is the bluebonnet; state bird is the mockingbird. OPEN EVENINGS Gorgeous Candles Exquisite Wrappings Christmas Cards Alexander Dolls GIFTS FOR ALL! 103 E. Main BIytheville, Ark. Phone POplar 2-2254 AMO CARTOON As usual, BERRY'S is jam-packed with the most complete selections of nationally advertised wom- en's apparel any store ever had the pleasure of showing! Choose to your heart's content — Dressed by Marlene, Paula Brooks, Paul Sachs, L'Aiglon, Gay Gibson. Suits and Coats by Lilli Ann, Printzess, Fashion- bill, Betty Rose, Barbara Blake. Jewelry by Lind, Gall. Girdles and Bras by Formfit, Hi-A. Lingerie by Evetle, Kayser, Rogers, Shadowline. Hosiery by Berkshire, Hunes, Kayser. 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