The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1955
Page 4
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fAGV FOUR BLYTHEVILLS CWRIKR NEWS Society News n/i»*w Rnr»i*»rv TVMitnv ' Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4-iGl WAITING FOR SANTA — Children of the Country Club members will be anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa Glaus tonight when the annual Childrens' Christmas party is held at the club beginning at 7 pm Here two children, Carter Afflick, (left), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Jr., of Steele. and Alice Williams, daughter o! Mr and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., are shown adding the -final touches to the Christmas tree before Santa's arrival. (Courier News Photo) Deborah Class Has Party In Moore Home Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met at. the suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore last night for a Christmas dinner party. The Moore home was decorated with gUttering and glowing holiday ornaments. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Frank Pitts were guests of the class. Dr. Pitts gave the blessing after which the covered - dish dinner was served. At a brief business session presided over by Mrs. Moore, plans were made for the group to present a basket to a needy family. . Mrs. O. R. RetUord gave the Christmas story with Dr. Edna Nies reading the interpretation by Amos and Andy of (lie "Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Hatfield Entertains Chi 11 ion Club Mrs. Mary Hnlfield entertained Chillion Club members and three pui'Sts, Miss Pattye June Davis, Mrs. Edith Pcrmenter and Miss Mary Louise. Elkins, with ;i Christ- mas'dimier party at her home yesterday. Entertaining rooms of the home vvi'vc. de.ocrated with red and while poinseUin. 1 ; with the center of attraction being a white Christinas tree adorned with blue decorations. In the games played during the afternoon Mrs. Felix Carney won high, Mrs. Mike Meroney. second hiKh, and Mrs. Sally Freeman, third. Bits of News ;i K W«4 Highly-salted foods, if left stand- 1 int? too long in iiluminum pols and j pans, cun cause the ins ides to pit! ;md make them difficult to clcun. Miss .\lonta Hi:^:i.'.s \viil leave over the weekend lor Mfimm;.s LHUI Arlington, Term., where -siie will spend the holidays visuing r<-hiuv<^. Miss Effee Lee Terrd! wiU hjjciid the holiday season in Murfret'sboro, Ark., visiting rehuivcs ami in the Rio Grand Valley visiting her si.s- ter, Mrs. J. A. McCaiiertv, Mr MeCafferty and family. Miss Rosa Hardy will spend tin: holidays in Gales and clark.sviUf, Term., visiting; relatives. Condition of U. S. Bhinkensinp. who is a paiieni in Baptist, Htvsjn- tal in Memphis follov-ing ^ in : ' ut ' J ~ mobile accident, near Hayti, is reported to be very much impum-d. He is in Room 512. His 1 :, Mrs. CalduvH til Engle'-vood, Calif., is visiting him. Mrs. Pearl Hires will leave tomorrow for Union City, Tenn.. where she will spend i'ne \vmu-r months with her daughter, Mrs. j. W. Dunn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl DHVIS announce the birth of U son at, Chlclcnsawba Hospital htsi night. Mrs. Davis is the former Miss Gail Rhoades. Lc. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Jr., will arrive tonight from Belleville, ill., to spend the holiday season \vith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mori- aghan. On Dec. 22 Lt. and Mrs. Gee will be in Helena where he will be ir. the wedding party of Tommy Shoate and Miss Blanche Lambert. pvt. Sammye Ruth Coleman, who has completed her iSasic training at Fort McClellan. Ala., is visiting her mother, Mrs. AUie Coleman. From here she will go to Fort Benning, [ Ga. Perry Lee Adkisson and George \V«U- have returned to Kansas State College in Manhattan, Kan., after a visit here with Perry^Lees parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. f Adkisson. They visited in Blytheville en route to Memphis where they attended an insect control meeting at Hotel Pea body. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry returned Wedensday evening from several days in Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. will return today from Knoxville, Ten'ti., where they attended graduation.' exercises at University of Tennessee. Their son. Allen, was a member of the gvaduaUng class. They will be accompanied home by Allen and their othnr .son, Condon, also a student at the University. E. P. Still Is In Tupelo. Miss., visiting his sister, Mrs. R, D. Kirk, and Dr. Kirk. Mrs. C. S. Stevens lias returned to her home in Osceola after several days visit here in the homo of her daughter, Mrs, E. F. Still. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1935 TOGETHER AGAIN-A leim-age ruii^JiL-e, interrupted for .il) years by a quarrel—and marriage—reaches a happy climax ^s Mr. and" Mrs. Kidley Carmack share their wedding cake in Anderson. Ind. Each married after their quarrel, and they didn't meet again until last summer, after both {heir spouses had died. They have nine children between them. Approximately 110 Guests Attend LadiesDayChristmasPartyatClub Approximately 110 guests were present yesterday when Ladies Day was held at Blytheville Country Club. .The affair was the annual Christmas luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge and canasta games. The buffet table from which the turkey dinner was served was overlaid with u Christmas green cloth and centered with silvered magnolia leaves. Standing in the bed of leaves were silver candelabra holding flickering red tapers. The entire club was decorated for the yuletide season with greenery, red satin bows, golden magnolia leaves and red Christmas candles. Mrs. Harry Kirby served as chairman for the party yesterday. Assisting h'-r \vorr Mrs. E. J. Cure, Mrs. P. D. POP tor. .Jr.. Mrs. Everett B. Gee, Mrs. E. B. Goodman of Steele, Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. E. F. Still and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. E. A. Stacy were in charge of decorations. Door prizes wrapped In gay HOUSE ADD A BRIGHT TOUCH OF COIOR Iilake Kelley's your gift iiciulquarters for House SlipiM;rs for all members of the family. HONEY BUGS or LO MOX Choose from 10 colors In narrow and medium widths. 98 $ and 98 RICHLY FURRED, HAND BEADED, CAPESKIN Mere's a beautifully slyled * leisure moccasin. Rich colored capeskin and gorgeous Indian design mob it the moil attractive and colorful moteasin slipper you've ever seen/ Luxurious White fur collar and fino fleece lining make it the wormerf tlipp»r you'v* »v«r worn. 3 YOUR FRIENDLY SHOI STORl Mid-Week Club Conducts Game Christmas colors wpre won by Mrs. Bob Logan. Mrs. J, W. Raimvater, Mrs. John Caudill. Mrs. A. F. Harrison. Dr. Edna Nies, Mrs. R. L. McKinnon, Mrs. H. O. Partlow. Jr. Several bridge clubs and private parties were held in connection with the annual event. Wonder Class Ha\ Christmas Party at Church M> ill t rs of Lake Street Melho- li t c> oh Wonder Class were cu- tt r mi d wiili n Christmas party u [hi. i. lurch Wednesday night. <• 1 rooms of the church were k j it d in keeping with the ap- ) I'm' Christinas and New \ i Season. A large lishicd Cli i is tree was the outstand- i diLorntion with the refresh- i i ttble being centered with an 1111 i. mem of golden and coral i o tin baubles. Du in-, the cvenliiB the members e\cn lived gifts, sang Christmas cuols ind made plans to send po i u uis to members of the Cli s uno are ill. Mrs. Effie Golden May served i^ -,eiuia! chairman of ,the affair h Mrs. \V. J. Maloncy, Mrs. P. B. Jarrett, Mrs. Mary Scrape. Mi I issie Robinson, Mrs. Minnie V mi Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle, Mrs. George Shanks and Mrs. Tom Bottom assisting her. The Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell Sanford and Otis Lewis were spec- 1 ,utsts at the party. 7 Ihomas is teacher of the D»s>llcate Urldee League. SUNDAY Piano stutlLMits of -Mrs. J. Cecil I,owe entertaining their parents with musical ten at home of Mrs. Lowe. Hi'fiinners will play at 2 with fourth grade students playing lit 3:30 p.m. Fifth Brnde students will play at 4:30 p.m. TtJKSlHY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having bridge and canasta party at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Dan McCnsklll Is hostess. Rolling small articles, such doilies, dresser scarves, and table mats, on cardboard tubes prevents creases and saves storage space. Coming Events FRIDAY Friendship Class of First Baptist Church meeting at home o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Abbott, 6:45 p.m. Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church having Sunday School party at 7:30 p.m. Blytheville Country Club Children's Christmas party, T p.m. Married Young people's Department of First Baptist Church hav- in? banquet at church. 7 p.m. Miss Evelyn Oakley, of Memphis, Tennessee state BWC president, will be guest speaker. SATURDAY Cotillion Club having annual Christmas dance. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill, Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Kemper Bruton. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Sot. Night 10:30 Sunday & Monday December 17-18-19 WhM «M mightitst, river men of all t fought for THAT SCARLETj WOMAN! '"1EXBAIR PKIAI01 .» Warren Slcvcns ^.TECHNICOLOR A Cftl I'MfllA hClllhC — AND — nttAfT HOC Kits Serial ''Capt. Africa" No. 15 Cartoon "Mile Slakes Hi);ht" SUNDAY & MOis'DAY Double Feature FBtDEBICX BBrECON ROSALIND RUSSELL FERNANDO LAMAS THE GIRL - RUSK Eddta AltMH .M Gloria D. Hav*n A P«™/na u n| P,c|,,r» — AND — MKTIIO NEWS Ideal Gifts For Music and Book Lovers! Musical Gifts String Instrunmcnls Aceimli'Ans Hand Instruments IVInsical Accessories Sheet Music BOOKS Large Variety of Bibles (Names Imprinted) Sunday School Commentaries:—Peloubct's —Arnold's—Tarbell's— Iligley's—The Internatiimiil Lesson Annual—Riblc Dictionaries—Strong's and Crudcn's Concordcnce Inspirational Books: Power of Positive Thinking, Guide to Confident Living. Art of Real Happiness, Sermon on the Mount. —I'eitle Let's Keep Christmas, A Slan Called Peter, Mr. Jones Meet the Master, Prayers of Peter MursfKiU. —Marshall How to Mve 365 Days a Year —Schindlcr My Spiritual Diary, Angel Unaware. The Answer Is God. —Dale Kvans A Mission Completed —Billy Graham Fiction: The Healer —Slaughter The Golden Princess —Baron Mix Harriet Townshend —Norris love I» Eternal —Slonc Many Others to Choose From Children's Books: Bible Stories Hardy Boys Carolyn Kccnc Wonder Books Christmas Ideals Tri-Stales School Supply 108 S. First St. IMinnel'O ,V(i815 Blytheville, Arkansas THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4021 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature BOSART RAY USTINOV *J^ ^ 0 *^ ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature "ALONG THE RIO GRANDE" Carton & Serial Sat. Owl Show Starts 11:30 p.m. "JUNGLE MAN" ALSO CAUTOON TONIGHT IS STAG NIGHT at Whitsift's MEN ONLY 6 TO 9 P.M, Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rozy Program Announcements The Ideal Christmas Gifi: "Books of Happiness" THEATRE TICKET BOOKS Now on Sale at Ritz Box Office LAST TIMES TODAY fDONALD O'CONNOR-MARTHA HYER - RICHARD ERDMAN -JIM BACKUS • M»RNA IWiSN A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE PARAMOUNT NEWS AND CARTOON fVERY CURVE CRIES SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature —AND— ONE WRONG MOVE SPEllS RICHARD CONTE in A RACE FOR (MMIR PRODUCTION.* UPftM PICTURE mi*" Also Cartoon: "Cops Is Tops" SUNDAY and MONDAY Find Your Name In Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "Seven Cities of Gold" RICHARD EGAN MIIHOiVr QUINN ItflKI HUNTER MICHAEL RENNIE RITA MORENO Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McLeod Par. News & Cinemascope Cartoon "Good Deed Daly"

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