The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1955
Page 5
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FWDAY, DBCBMDKK W, 10W (ARK.) COURIER NEWS pAoirnn Christian Members Entertained The RtiV. and Mrs. James Rainwater entertained at ttoeir Some Wednesday night with a drop-in for members of the First Christian Church. •mo Hi-fair was given by the min- iskr or <he <*«<* tad Mi wftj ID thanks to the church members lor the new furniture reconUf pw- chased for the parsonage. The home wu ctecorited for tlie holiday season wlUi the focal point In the living room being a red cellophane Christmas tree trimmed with silver baubles. A silver and green arrangement was used on the dining table from which punch and party foods were served. This centerpiece wns made of silvered magnolia leaves, greenery and stiver tapers. Mrs. Albert Taylor, president of _...,..,^,. A7 ^ r , f ^^^ I 3 * MS Ji$ ^_J i • • : 'l For lovtd-oim with . / IOSS OF HEARING ' , " ; a ffny, Mi-powered top-qwality . f '? *^~-—.**£ 7 ,l) 7 so-x \ ^ 4-TRANSISTOR HEARING AID By Maktn of foffiowf Z«nirt» TV and ftod»f Your Local Zenith Dealer Is MRS. H. L HARP 910 W. Walnut Ph. 3-4448 - Society News - ie AM Mallory. Society Editor ' . Pho Mitt Millie AM Mallory, Society Editor Phone 8-4461 Families Prepare for Students To Arrive from College, Universities Families in Blytheville are making last minute prepara tions and patiently waiting for students .to arrive home from colleges and universities over the nation. University of Arkansas students week from Transylvania College in will begin arriving home late tonight and tomorrow. Those students are Bob Chlldress, Jerry Berry, Warren McClure, Jan and Linda Rayder, Sally Trieschmann, Billy Michael, Milly Ann Bradley, Nancy Dlxon, Patti Deen Wright. Harold Wright, Danny Edgnion, John Fong, Chuck Langston, Sam Lum, Jerry Nail, Allen Shanks, Jimmy Tompkins, Laura Alice Hemby, Jo Alice McOulre, Bobtoye June Killian and Donald Gentry. Kentucky to visit his parents, M and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, and brother, David Cobb. Eugene Still, Jr., will arrive in Memphis tomorrow night from Duke University in Durham, N. C. He will be met tliere and motored to Blytheville for the holiday season by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 'P. Still. Arriving from Ouachita College will be Dan Atkins. He will visit his grandmother,. Mrs. J. C. Har- une R.nnan anu uumnu ucuiij. ,~ ° ~ , • ;:—., . ~ Qr Mr. and Mrs. Pat Magruder will nlsh, and aunt, Miss Marie Har- arrive from the University today to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall. She is the former Miss Nita Rose Hall. Arkansas State students will arrive tomorrow. This list will Include Carmen Gary, Polly Deer, Sharon Hendrix, Patsy Yarbro, Sherry Sparks, Jimmie tee Moore, Jerry Strickland, Lawrence Bradley, Richard Hipp. Charley Weidman. Charles Smallwood, Adam Taylor, Peter Abbott, Martha Nichols, Wayne Crouch, Billy Bert Mayo, Sandra Aiken and Ann Hindman. Missouri Students University of Missouri students will be late arriving home. Miss Emadel Swearengen, Calvin Czeschin and Benny Hays, students nt this University, will arrive late Wednesday evening. Fred Abbott, student at Louisiana State University, will also arrive Wednesday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Abbott, over the holidays. Coming from Cottey Junior College In Nevada, Mo., will be Miss Martha Ann Foster to visit her aunt, Miss Minnie Foster, and her brother, Dick Foster. She will be a lead soloist in the Christmas cantata at First Baptist Church Sunday night. With classes being dismissed at the University of Mississippi today students from there will arrive tonight. These students are Charles Pemi, Jimmy Weidman. Max Hill, Manyfl Blankenshlp, Gall Whitsitt, Mary Alice McWaters, Bobbie Jean Byrd, Doris Bean, Ann Seay, Amy Bagwell, Britt Owens and Howell Boyd. Coming from Mississippi Southern will be cleone Mitchell, Judy McCall, Pat Speck, Carol Ann Holt, Kay Crafton, Hugh Tyrone, Peggy Taylor, and Marjorie Dougherty. Hendrix Students Steven and Bobby Hill, Martha Ann Bean, Charles Kay Hall, Janice Johnson, Drane Adams, Teddy and Howard Bailey will arrive tomorrow from Hendrix College in Conway. Danny Cobb arrived earlier this Christian Women's Fellowship, presided at the table. Assisting throughout the entertaining rooms were: Mrs. James L. Brooks, Mrs. B. L. Dedman, Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, Mrs. Joe McHaney, Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Boyce Moore. nish. Murray Smart, Jr., will arrive tomorrow from Tulane University in New Orleans to be the holiday guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart. From Northwestern Arriving Just before Santa Claus will be Granvllle Cooley from Northwestern University in Evanston. 111. He will arrive here Christmas Eve to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Cooley. Miss Betsy Bell will arrive tomorrow from Southwestern, in Memphis to visit her mother, Mrs. Margaret Mahan Bell. Miss Allene Wlmberly, also a student at Southwestern, will arrive Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. A student at Baptist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis, Miss Delores Adams, will 'come to Blytheville today to spend the yuletide season with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and sister, Donna. Harold Suclbury and son, Harold, Jr., were in Memphis yesterday afternoon to meet their daughter and sister, Miss LaNeal Sudbury, who came to Memphis by plane from Abilene, Tex., where she is a student at Abilene Christian College. Miss Deanna Crews, also a student at Abilene Christian College, came to Memphis by train yesterday and was met there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haggard Crews, who motored her to Blytheville for the holidays. With all the students arriving home this weekend, families will now begin to prepare for holiday guests coming next weekend. Mr. Rowlett Speaks at DAR Meeting A humorous story With a serious meaning was heard by members of the Charievoix Clmpter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at their Christmas party Tuesday at Hotel Noble. Thurman Rowlett, senior high school instructor, gave a review ol the story "How Come Christmas" by Roark Bradford, Mississippi author. This outstanding presentation was another highlight of the. annual yuletide party at which Mrs. John C. Cherry and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry were hostesses. A Christmas tree, featuring white snow balls on the green boughs, was the centerpiece for the T shape table. Shiny balls, of many.colors, were arranged in the pine garlands along the table anc the place cards were in the yuletide motif. Gifts, in colorful wrappings, surrounded the tree. Mrs. W. Marion Williams, regent, presided. A brief talk, "How to Combat Communism," was given by Mrs. O. O. Hardaway for the National Defense activity pre^ sented at each meeting. Mrs. C. L. Moore, chaplain, conducted the ritual and a financial report was made by Mrs. F. B. Joyner, treasurer. This group voted to give financial gifts to all of the schools sponsored by the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. FIRST IN FORESTS California ranks first in national forests, with more than 25,000.000 acres., Alaska, Montana, and Oregon, follow in that order. Mrs. John Morgan Photo by Mason Vows Exchanged At New, Liberty Church by Couple In a recent ceremony at New Liberty Baptist Church, Miss Linda Carol Stanficld became the bride of John Morgan. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanfield of Luxora and tiie bridegroom is the son oi Mrs. Ora Cross of Detroit Mich. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Orviile McGuire with nuptial music being presented fay Mrs. Hilton Stephcnson. The bride wore for her marriage a .suit of winter white with brown accessories. She pinned an orchid at her shoulder. The couple will make their home at 3559 Lemay in Detroit, Mich. Remove cheese from the refrigerator about an hour before serving to get its best flavor — at room temperature. Kindergarten Students Present Program Mrs. Ralph Nichols presented her kindergarten students in a Christmas program at Catholic School auditorium Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Opening the program was a rhythm band under the direction of Debby Quick. The band's selections included ' 'Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town," "Frosty, the Snowman," "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," and "Yellow Rose of Texas." A mixed chorus sang several selections for the second feature on the program. In these numbers Rob Porter dressed in costumes portrayed the parts of Davy Crockett and Santa CJaus. Herbert Swearengen gave the poem, " 'Twiis the Night Before Christmas,", with Kent Coleman singing "Sixteen Tons." "O Come All Ye Faithful," sung by Carol Coppedge preceded the Nativity Story with Mrs. Joe Pride as narrator. In the Nativity Story Alice Coppedge portrayed Mary; Herbert Swearengen, Joseph; Ruth Ann West, Mary Catherine Knight, Debbie Quick and Brenda Ritch, angels. Shepherds were Ray Lamb, Billy Eager, Jeff Nicholson and Eddie Hughes. The Wise Men were Hugh McCormick, Davy Mair and Rob Porter. Throughout this story appropriate songs were sung with soloists being Kent Coleman, Kathy Kellim, Alice Coppedge, Stewart Jerome. Ralph Nichols, Jr., served as accompanist for the entire program. To conclude the evening's entertainment Santa Claus arrived and presented each child with a present. 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Here's your onc«-a-year opportunity to roam Whitsitt's (without a woman shopper in sight) to enjoy free refeshment, to finish ill your Christmas shopping (even to getting th« gifts wrapped) . . . all at one time. Mailing service included. 6 TO 9 P. M. t WHITSITT'S REFRESHMENTS . . . Will be served, starting at 6 p.m. MODELS . . . II cms will be modeled if you de- GIFT COUNSEL . . . By giftwise salespeople to aid you in making selections. GIFT WRAPPING . . . We'll add that final touch of glumour to your gifts with unusual wrappings. MMMNMtMlMlltMllMk

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