The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1955 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 13, 1955
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TOMCAT, DECEMBER 18, 1955 BLTTHITIILE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News - e Ann Mallnrv. Sorier.v Mirnr ' Phc Mid Millie Ann Mallory. Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Christmas Stories, Books Taught At Meetings of WMU Circles Christmas stories and books were taught yesterday when circles^! Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met. Circle One met at the home of Mrs, Edward Peterson with Mrs. Clarence Johnson giving ihe devotional and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer teaching the lesson, "Who Are) They?" ] Twelve members were present, j Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer was hosier i to nine members of Circle Two.' Mrs. H. H. Brooks taught the lesson. Mrs. T. H, Chapman was a new member when Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. Hoyt Brown. ( Nine members were present. j The Christmas story was told by : Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. j Circle Pour met at the home of j Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr.. with ten j members and one. visitor, Mrs., Kathleen McCormick of Memphis, > present. ' Mrs. Dick Bednar told the Christmas siory after which the group exchanged gifts. i "Who Are They?" was taught at; Circle Five by Mrs. Theodore Lo-1 dean. Seven member-; were present: when this circle met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Mrs. Ted Brown was hostess to Smart "And Versatile 8335 10-20 Sue Burnett This handsome pair will see you nicely through the winter — wearable skirt that is smart and new, jerkin to wear over blouses or sweaters. Pattern No. 8235 is in sizes 10. 12, 14, 16. 18. 20. Size 12. skirt, 2 yards of 54-inch; jerkin, *i yard. For this pattern, .send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Svie Burnett, Blytheviile Courier News. 372 W. Quincy Street. Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents now for your copy of the new Pall & Winter '55 edition of our pattern catalog Basic FASHION. Colorful, exciting, filled with smart, easy to sew styles for all ages. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35e At All Times TUBS. WED. & THURS. Double Feature »UHt STIOMIE'G OTW»* Miv IMAM IN "mi Strange Woman ({OIK SAMDHtTlOUIS M»**» — AND — "GYPSY WILDCAT" c Starring Maria ' J°" MONTE7, A HAUL ALSO CARTOON "Uncle Tom'i Cab«n«* ten members ol Circle Six at her home. "Tiie Litilcst Angel" \v*s told by Mrs. L. H. Autry, Jr. A cook stove was pre.semed by the circle to a needy family us its Christmas project. Circle Seven met at the home of Mrs. C. M. Abbott for a covered- dish inrKey dinner with 11 members and one new member in attendance. Mrs. Alvin Huffman. .Jr., told the hi.story of Christmas enrols which was followed by group singing and the exchange of gifts. Miss Lewis Honored With Lingerie Sboiwr Miss Elise Ue\vis. bride-elect of Joe Bates, was .complimented WHS a lingerie shower Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Anne R. Smith. Girl. 1 * of Mississippi County Electric \vere hostesses for the affair. Games were under the direction of Miss Ann Nance and Mrs. Sue Woods. Mrs. Pearl Lewis and Miss Lewis were winners of these contests. Number Nine WMU Has Annual Banquet Number Nine Baptist Church social room was transformed into a Blowing forest last night when the Women's Missionary Union held its annual Christmas banquet. A profusion of greenery Lighted by glowing candles was the setting for the affair. The banquet table, overlaid by white linen, was decorated v.'iih branches of greenery with the centerpiece being a miniature Christmas tree made of baubles. The buffet table held a branched candletree lighted by red tapers. This tree was set in a bed of greenery accented with red berries. Placecards were white engraved with silver and completing: the color scheme ol red and white were red napkins. The Christmas story was given by Mrs. Clyde McCord after the group presenter their president, Mrs. Raymond Whittle, with a corseage. LaivT in the evening gifts were exchanged around a large lighted Christmas tree. At this time secret phis were revealed. At tlie Hospitals Hlythevtlle Hospital Dismissed: Terry Lynn GiLhland, city Mrs. J. D. Brents, city Neal Bailey, Holland Mrs, Loutich Baker, city Mrs. Alex Brown, city Sebastian Espinoza, city Chickatiatrba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Woodrow Bell and baby. Armor el Nathan Carle, city Mrs. Idella Davidson and baby Manila Mrs. James Gardner, city Richard Neal, city Mrs. Janie Hobson. city Billy Middleion, city Regina Williams, Steele Michael Paie, city Darrell Barger, city Dan Bunch, city Donna Saliba, city David Savage, city Mrs. Nanny Porter, SteeLe Roger Ray, city Powerful Stuff PHOENIX, Aria. W) — A man arrested for drunkenness turned out to have fill his wits about him. As the police wagon sped toward headquarters; officers said the man picked a lock on its rear duors, jumped out and fled down an alley. Alvin Wallace, city { Walls Hospital } Dismissed: Herman Tinker, city H. A. Evatt, city Charted Hill, city John Hart, city Mrs. A. H. Lee. city Opal Bohannon, city His Hast* Was Expensive DETROIT l.fl — John R. Srnttfc overslept when he was due In traffic court. So he tried to maki up t little time. He was nabb«d by pa- lice who accused him of driving 55 miles an hour. They 'gave him an escort to traffic court, wher* they chargegd him With reckleM • driving. On the original charge — interfering with traffic — Smith was ie- quitted. On the new reckless driving charge Smith was convicted, fined $50 and his driving license revoked for two years. A quick-acting chlorine gas detector has been invented to warn truck drivers and warehouse watchmen of leaks in chlorine bottles and give them time 10 repair the leaks before serious accidents occur. PIPE THAT!-New twist in Christmas trees is this one maae from 4850 pipe cleaners tipped by siK'er beads, being admired by pretty Lolly Codec in San Francisco. Calif It was made by Vern Glcason. crafts teacher at a child carp center there Coming Events TUE51MY •Eastern Star having stated meet-j ing at Masonic Temple, 8 p.m., pre- I ceded by potluck supper. Sudbury PTA meeting at 7:3ii p.m.. preceded by executive board meeting. 7 p.m. , | WEDNESDAY Ladies Fellowship of First Grace! i Church having potluck supper and' Christmas program, 7:30 p.m. Garden Department of Woman's Club having workshop at clubhouse, 10:30 a.m. Chapter D PEO Having cnristmas party and luncheon at home of Mrs. J. A. Leech. 1 p.m. Mrs. W. R. Lawshe is co-host-e=5. Mrs. Paul Jobe entertaining Club Eight. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertaining TLE Bridge Club. Beta Sigma Phi City Council meeting 1 at home of. Mrs. Edgar Parks, 7:30 p-in. THURSDAY - Burdette PTA having Fathers Night. 7:30 p.m. Program will be Christmas play entitled, "The Christmas Tree." with members ot first five grades of elementary school taking pail. Corps of Engineers Woman's Club mectin sat Hotel Noble. Mrs. Jerry Hord and Mrs. Dick Bednar are hostesses, j Ladies Day at Country Club, I p.m. j LaNueve Club having Christmas party at Hotel Noble. i Mid-Week Club having Christmas ! part yat Country Club. | Chillion Club meeting with Mrs : Mary Hatlield. ; Duplicate Bridge League meeting, j FRIDAY | Pathfinders Cizfts of First Meth-, odist Church having Sunday School party at, 7:30 p.m. Blytheviile Country Club Children's Christinas party. 7 p.m. | Married Young People's Department of First Baptist Church hav- ,ng banquet at church. 7 p.m. Miss HOLIDAY PURSE — A gift earmarked for the glittery holiday ' season is this shiny gilded case, fitted with purse Hucon of perfume j and a fragrance matched cream powder compact. It's small enough ' to be carried in a handbag but it can also be used alone for evening , occasions. . i CdUfPUIKHER C I • I 0 V I 0 ITS Evelyn Oakley of Memphis. Ten- The natural colors of cotton are' nessee state BWC president, will be brown, green, cream, and white, j guest speaker, | \ Chapter N PEO having Christmas j — ' party at home of Mrs. Alvin Huff- j man. Jr., 2 p.m. i Friday Contrsct Club meeting j with Mrs. C. W. Garrigan for i Christmas party. • . j Friday Club meeting with Mrs. Harman Taylor. "• SATURDAY Cotillion Club having annual: Christmas dance. Hosts are Mr. anil; Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs.! I. R. Coleman. Mr., and Mrs. Johr. j Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. James Lee \ Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen: and Mr. and Mrs. Keinper Bruton. j Duplicate Bridge League. j SUNDAY ' Piano students of Mrs. J. Cecil i Lowe entertaining their parents with j musical tea at home of Mrs. Lowe' j Beginners will play at 2 p.m. with; fourth grade students playing at : 3:30 p.m. Fifth grade students will play at 4:30 p.m. i PLACE OF WORSHIP The Parthenon \vas used as a place of worship by the ancient Greeks for hundreds of years When the 1 Greeks gave up their gods and goddesses, the structure was turned into a Christian church, about the year 500, GIVE HIM or HER Golf Equipment FOR CHRISTMAS Balls Gloves Clubs ^^ Bags Hood Covers Sold Exclusively By Pros. PAUL FARRINGTON Blytheviile 'Country Club Hiwaj 61 N. Ph. 3-9726. v" »**«***' * ***»'* fi'i" \ i IT'S EVERYONE'S FAVOtlTf a I\ MOCCASIN >!/fc *$*^ lie! Green's POW WOW! FAMILY SHOE STORE ==315 IV. Main === i'lione 234?.== Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and J p.m. for Ritz &.Rozy Program Announcements The Ideal Christmas Gift: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Find your name in our ad and be our guest to see "Cry Vengeance" SUSPENSE THAT HOLDS YOU OH INC RAZOR IDOf Of TfRROR! HU(0 MllSK n ,., MARTHA HYEI SHPHOMEIU-MMWIS Mr. and Mrs. Speck McGregor PLUS SELECTED SHORTS Mother—Daughter—Sweetheart—Wife Feinberg's has the perfect GIFT SUGGESTION OR THE GIRL WHO KNOWS CLOTHES: News darts from very strategic places. Pure wool jersey with acetate taffeta lining; beaded acetate satin collar. As advertised in MADEMOISELLE Exclusively in Blyrheville at Feinbtrg'i FEINBERG'S "THE FASHION SHOP" 315 W. Main Phone 2-2221 FAMILY SHOE STORE JUST I WANTED! Evcrv gul ioves Oomphies tor dressing up or r)o»n, for slaying home or going out. Choose your girls Oomphie^ from our hug*', gala Christmas collection. Water faille closed back, faille lining. Black, Full a nd half sizes: 5-10 narrow; 4-10 medium; 5-10 $3.99 tfappy Time velvet low-werljre ha=rpie, jeweled clock Irim. Black, red. Full and half sizes: 5-1U narrow; 4-10 medium. 5.95 Happy- Time velvet band scuff, jeweled clock on band, rayon satin lining. Black, red, Full arid half sizes: 5-10 narrow; 4-10 medium. $3.99 Water faille scuff, salin lining. .pink, light blue, . .white. Full and half sizes: 5-10 narrow; 4-10 medium. ;ji2.!)9 T .*

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