The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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BLl'lBRVEI/l (AM.) MEWS TWJRWAY, DBUftMDBH - Society News - BM Uftttt Ann Msltory, Society Editor * Pho! Phone 8-4461 Chapter D PEG Sisterhood Has Annual Party and Luncheon Chapter D, PEG Sisterhood, members met at the home of Mrs, J. A. Leech yesterday for their annual Christmas luti- «heon and party. Mrs. W. K. Lawshee was co-hos to* tot the affair. The Leech home was decorated with sM types of glittering Christmas ornaments with the local point being ttie large tinseled and lighted Christmas tree standing in front ol the picture window in the living zoom. The luncheon table held a Christmas driftwood arrangement. Mr*. James Roy conducted a brief fcusinea session after which Mrs. J. W. Bobbins continue the study oJ «w PEO Newsstand using as her Miss Lewis Complimented With Shower Miss EHse Lewis was compli- inented last night when Mrs. Helen Long entertained with a miscellaneous shower at her home. Christmas decorations along with a miniature bridal doll standing under an arch, were used in the , entertaining rooms of the home. Carnation corsages were presented to the bride-elect, her mother, Mrs. O. A. Lewis, and to. the bridegroom-elect's mother, Mrs. Lon Bates. The honoree wore a pink faille party frock complemented by a black velvet jacket. Her hostesses also presented her with a gift of China. In party games played Mrs. Bonnie Long and Mrs. Lewis were Winners. Mrs. Dorothy Bevils and Mrs. 5Ula Barnes were co-hostesses for •fee shower. Yester Year Club Has Luncheon Yeater Year CHub met at the home of Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth yesterday with all members and wo guests, Mrs. Harry Mantz; and j daughter Teresta Jo, present. ' The club met for a noon luncheon with the hostess using miniature Santas and red poinsettias to deoorate her home. During the afternoon Christmas gifts were exchanged and at the flams time Mrs. Dave Abbott was presented with birthday gifts from ttw group. Chfietmas carols were sung by | Vereaia Jo during the afternoon. topic "Holiday Edition." During the afternoon the mem- bess exchanged gifts. Mrs. Tune Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. S. E. Tune entertained members of Wednesday Bridge- Club with their Christmas party and luncheon at her home yesterday. All members were present for the annual event. Luncheon was served from a table overlaid with a green Christmas cloth. Adding color to the festive table were the red napkins used. A sleigh filled with red carnations and pulled by reindeer formed the centerpiece for the table. Other decorations in the home were red candles, pine cones, greenery and a large lighted Christmas tree. In the bridge games played during the afternoon Mrs. L. E. Old won high and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won second high. Bobby Raspberry Elected President Of Gosnell.Class Bobby Raspberry was elected president of the junior class oi Gosnell High School this morning when the class held its election of officers. Officers to serve with Bobby are Bobby Gordon, vice - president; Jean Howard, secretary and treasurer; Roy Baker, Jr., and Linda Wright, reporters, and Patrick Raspberry, sergeant-at-arms. Also during this business class names were drawn and plans made for a Christinas party. Mrs. Scott Guest of ;iub Eight Mrs. y. E. Scott was a guest yesterday when Club Eight met at the home of Mrs. Paul Jobe. The hostess used holiday decorations in her home and served a dessert course, Mrs. Jesse White won high in the bridge games and Mrs. Charles Langston won second high. John Wilks, student at the University of Tennessee, will arrive Saturday to spend the holiday season with his mother, Mrs. Grace Wilks. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Burnhtim and children left yesterday for a two- week vacation to California. Miss Pat Partlow, student at University of Mississippi, will arrive home tomorrow to spend the Christmas holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Partlow. She will have as her houseguest her cousin, Bob Neblett of Morgan City, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. Marcus Gaines were in Memphis Tuesday night to attend the Christmas musical program at Memphis State College. Their daughters, Misses Patty Scott, Sue Jobe and Bertha Ann Gaines, took part in this presentation. Also taking part in the program from Blytheville was Kelly Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jones. These students, along with Miss Merry Nell Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, will arrive home tomorrow to spend the holiday season, Miss Betty Lee Garrott, student at Mississippi State College for Women at Columbus, Miss., will arrive home Saturday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott. Victor Ray Stilwell, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Victor Stilwell who underwent minor surgery at Chickasawba Hospital Tuesday, is now at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren are in Halls. Tenn., to attend funeral services for Mr. Warrens sister-in-law. Wednesday Night Club Has Supper Mrs. W. H. Hutson and Mrs. Elbert Johnson entertained Wednesday Night Bridge club with a buffet supper at the Johnson home lut night. The supper was served from a table overlaid with a linen cutwork cloth and centered with a giant snowman standing on a bed of holly leaves accented by red baubles. Flanking this snowman were red tapers in milk glass candlesticks. Other decorations used in the home were Christmas candles. Mrs. George Green and Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford were winners In bridge games. Choral Groups To Present Concert Tonight The annual Christmas concert given by the junior and senior high i choral groups of Blythevllle Junior and Senior High Schools will be presented tonight at the high school auditorium at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend and parents of glee club members will be special guests. Ralph Nichols, Emily Damon, Florence Ambrose, Emily Huffman and Mary Wade will serve as accompanists. At the Hospitals BlytlievHIe Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Neeley Flowers, cily Mrs.. Eugene Mays and baby, city Mrs. Alex Brown and baby, city ChickasawDa MospitaJ Dismissed: Buford Stubbs, city Ethel Westmoreland and baby, city John Atkinson, city Steven Darby, city Henry Riclmrdson, city Mrs. Russell Baxter and baby, city Dwight Hays, city Sally Thorn, Roseland Jimmy Hayncs, city Bill Caldwell, city Monte.ll Gracey, city Mrs. Minnie Brooks, Steele Shcryl Guhn, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Henry Lutes. Ht. 2, city Mrs. Violn ShUmult, city Opiil Bohannon, city This Christmas give h«r a wardrobe of our Mojud "Magic Motion" stockings Christmas will be filled wilh thrills for the "angels" who get a whole array of Mojud "Magic Motion" stockings. They're the stocking! with extra "give" and spring-back In the knit for extra-clinging fit. • Because they have more "give", there's less strain and mare wear • per pair in Mojud sheers. And, ', because they never wrinkle, they make •;'• •ven the loveliest legs lovelier! See our complex selections of y Mojud Holiday shades, and slocking weights — and choose a "wordrobt" that includes everything from daytime rombling nylons to remgncinfl-donclng >h««r>»J UNCERTAIN SANTAS, If you don't know her «xad stocking ilzo, give her MOJUD STRETCH-STOCKINGS.., the only itretch ihccri with "Mogic Molion"! Thty'll HI jutt right, and delight •vf 11 woman on your lilt. $400 1465 I Ec SONS T SH O E S I Lange Group Has Christmas Party Lange Chicks Trl-Gra-Y Club had its Christmas party at the Charley McBride, city Mrs, Fay Davis, city Ann House, Tomato Darrell Tillman, Tomato I BELATED GIFT—Mrs. Suzanne Silvercruys Stevenson of East Nor walk. Conn., puts finishing touches on her two-years-late wedding present to her brother. Baron Robert Silvercruys, Belgium's ambassador to the United States, It's a marble bust of his wife, the former Mrs. Rosemary MeMahon. The Baroness, widow of Connecticut's late Sen. EJrien McMahon, married Silvercruys in 1953. The bust is eventually to be placed in the Belgian Embassy in Washington. Model for the bust is a plaster cast, Ifiit, fashioned two years ago. Resident Not A Vagrant ST. PETERSBURG, Fhi. (/!>;—CiT Judge Laurence D. Cliilds bus rul- j ed a resident of 55 years has lived! here a little too long to be consid- j ered a vagrant. j Herman Sellers, 65, was charged: with vagrancy after being found; sleeping in a packing box. i He explained he was locked ouc- j of his apartment by mistake. That j explanation plus his long residence I in St. Petersburg served to secure I dismissal of the charge. j Read Courier News Classified Ads. i home of Patsy Pulkerson yester- j day afternoon. Games were played and Paula Hutson won the prize. Gilts were exchanged by the members around a lighted Christmas tree. Those attending the party were Patsy Ann Hodge, Tony Spain, Carole Sue Burnham, Linda Lowe, Linda Pisher, Linda Earner te, Mary Gay Nelson, Jean Baughman, Paula 'Hutson and Joyce Short. Refreshments of iced drinks, cookies and candies were served. • H« Really Has Job Worries FRANKFORT, Ky. W — H you think it's tough to find a Job, tnlk to James Oberst. He hns to look for 200 of them. And since March, he has found only 10. Employers of prospective parolees from the Kentucky State Reformatory and Penitentiary just aren't easy to find. In fact, James W. Hughes, director of the Bureau of Corrections, warned Oberst, a placement representative, "You'll be lucky to find.one a month at first." He Is now placing about Iwo men a month while tracking employers all over the state. He estimates lie lias interviewed around 375 prospective employers at the rats of about 10 a day. "One manufacturer in Louisville, told me that the parolee he hired was better than Uie average man that comes into his company for a job. As a matter of I»ct, he said ttint he was the best man that he ever had for that particular job." FAMILY SHOE STORE WHITSITT'S Says Mr. Stag: "It's high time you started shopping, brother . . . and I've got newt for you!" FRIDAY NIGHT IS Stag Shopping At Whitstit's 6 to 9 Only 8 Shopping Days Till Christmas Only 8 Shopping Days Till Christmas Men! Here's your once-a-year opportunity to roam Whitsilt's (without a woman shopper in sight) to enjoy free refcshment, to finish all your Christmas shopping (even to getting the gifts wrapped) . . ., all at one time. Mailing service included. REFRESHMENTS ... Will be served, starting at 6 p.m. MODELS . . . Items will be modeled If you de- sir*. GIFT COUNSEL . . ". By giftwise salespeople to aid you in making selections. GIFT WRAPPING . . . We'll add that final touch of glamour lo your gifts with unusual wrappings. Christmas Music OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS Beginning Tonight THRIFTY 5 C &10 C 2019 W. Main Play Santa For Her at HAYS more-£or-your-money 1 slip A slip you'll love to live in! Wonderfully priced for all i« fioh look. Lined, lace-embroidered bodiet, .. the pleasure of permanent nylon pleats. A faultless propoitioned, fit! In tickled pink, cabana red, fchd, whit*. FREE GIFT WRAPPING Your SflMtiom Will B« H.ld For Dclivtry Christina* Ev«

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