The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1955 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 17, 1955
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER gATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1955 — Society News - lia Ann Mnllnrv firw>iptv PlfHfcnr ' PtlO. MIM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Mrs. Hord, Mrs.Bednar Hostesses To Corps of Engineers Club Mrs. Jerry Hord and Mrs. Dick Bednar were hostesses Thursday to members and guests of Corps of Engineers Club at Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Christmas decorations in shades of gold and while were used to decorate the room with the head of the T-shape table being centered with a giant white Christmas candle nestled in angel hair and golden baubles. Accenting this arrangement were gold magnolia leaves and frosted spruce. Standing on either end of the table were gold and white an- YULE MUSIC SEASON CONTINUES—Blytheville's Churches will continue to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Jesus this week in song and scripture. Shown comparing notes on their re- spective programs are the above music directors, Mrs. R. F. Kirshner, First Presbyterian: M. Loyd Owen. First Baptist, and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, First Methodist. (Courier News Photo) Cantatas and Pageants to be Presented In Blytheville Churches Tomorrow Night At the evening services in Blytheville churches Sunday Christmas cantatas and pageants will be given in song and verse. Junior and senior grade choirs will present a program of Christmas anthems and carols at First Presbyterian Church at 5 p.m. with Mrs. R. F. Kirshner serving as director and Mrs. F. B. Joyner as organist. Soloists will be Ryal Tune. Joanne Kidd. Mike Huffman, Cecelia Joyner and Martha Ann White. At Calvary Baptist Church a candlelight Christmas pageant, "The Coming of the Great Light," by Mrs. David Bogard will ! be given. Thirty characters in white robes bearing lighted torches will join with the choir to present the message of Christ during the Christmas season. Messiah Thli program will be given at T:30 p.m. Handel's "The Messiah" will be presented at First Methodist Church at 7 p.m. with Mrs. J. Wilson Henry serving as director. Mrs. John Caudill will serve as organist with Mrs. John Wall, Jr., of Nashville, Tonn., the former Miss Jo Anne Trieschmann of Blytheville, Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. 0. E. Knudsen serving as soloists. "The Story of Christmas" by Alexander Matthews will be sung at the First Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Director will be Loyd Owen with Mrs. C. M. Smart serving us nc- Contract Club Has Luncheon AtGarrigan Home Friday Contract Club members and one guest, Mrs. Siegbprt Jledel, met at the home of Mrs. C. W. Oarrlgan yesterday for a Christmas luncheon and party. Traditional yuletide decorations were used in entertaining roms of the Garrigan home where members companist. Feminine soloists will be Mrs. Loyd Owen. Mrs. R. C. Farr and Miss Carol See man taking the soprano leads with Miss Martha Ann Foster singing the contralto solos. Harry Farr will serve as tenor soloist with Dick Fotser serving as baritone soloist. Fifty-two members of the church will take part in this presentation. Dessert-Bridge Compliments Miss Pryor Mrs. Max Reid and' Mrs. Sam Owens complimented Miss Melba Pryor with a dessert-bridge at the home of Mrs. Owens night. In the living room of the home the focnl points wern a white Ma- donnn filled with silver and white branches on the mantel and stnnd- ing in front of the fireplace was a large basket filled with red berries. Individual tnhles were centered with pink and white candle lumps. The dessert course served curried out the pink and white theme. Miss Pryor received a corsage of white carnations and a gift of cutntnss from her hostesses. Mrs. Paul Pryor, mother of the bride- elect, received a pink carnation corsage. Scoropads and tallies used in the bridge games were decorated with pink and white caudles nestled in tulle. Bridge winners were Mrs. Newton Whit is, high, and Mrs. Pryor, second high. , Mrs. Oiler Speaks at Chapel Guild Mrs. Urusla Oiler told of Christmas in Germany when Blytheville Air Force Base Chapel Guild met at the home of Mrs. Glen Mc- Gliuighin Thursday morning. Mrs. Oiler is a German war bride. In keeping with Mrs. Oiler's talk a ginger bread house, which is a German Christmas tradition. was served along with cookies and coffee for refreshments. This house was made by Mrs.' Kay Mnxfield. These party foods were served from a table centered Wednesday ' with silver magnolia leaves accent' ed by Christmas angels. , Junior High Honor Roll Is Announced The second six-weeks honor roll for Blytheville Junior High School was announced today. Students making all A's were Martha Arends. Barbara Blackwood. Linda Brown, Patricia Ca- pi-rton. Linda Carr. Lucy Caudill, Mary Alice Caly. Lynn Chapman. Emily Huffman. Susie Human. I. R. Hubbard, Franke Johns, Theresa Jones. James King. Judy Reed. Connie Rinsiesisen, Mary Sanders. Joy Skaller, Linda Smith, Judy Smothermon, Mary Ann Stout. Lydia Sudbury. Mary Taylor. Becky utley and Ethel Wyatt. Those making A's and B's were Florence Ambrose, J. L. Austin, James Barksdale. Jerry Boggs. Sarah Boyette, Nell Brett, Peggy Brock. Bill Burton.- John Cherry. Sarah Clark. Nancy Cuppers. Harding Cure. Joe Dennis. Mary Jane Droke, Billy Dunn, and Bob Dunkin. Others are EVelyn Eagon. Raymond Emmert. Betty Gee. Patricia Gracy, Joyce Halford. Grace Haney, Rebecca Harris. Joe Haynes,* Gail Henson. Jerry Hodge. Jo Evelyn House. Margaret Jackson. Jo Ann Jarrett, Billy Jones and Patsy Julian. i "continuing the list are Sally Kennedy. Sylvia Ladd. Billy Lambert. Ira Gene Lambert, Barbara Leas' ure. Jerry Lowe, Janice Mainer, I Linda Marble. James Mathenia, Lewis Mathis, Nancy Milligan. Ruby Mitchell. Lynda Moore, Russell Moore, Betty Moxley. Patricia McDrlves. Betty McGee, Billy Nelson and Mary Jo Oden. Also attaining this average were Eugenia Oenning. Carol Parish, Faith Penny, Johnne Plunkett, James Seymore, Ja Noel Smith. Mary Stevenson. Jesse Taylor, Jane Terry. Linda Trieschmann, Sally Trumble, Glenda Turner, Don Victory, Peggy Veazey. Mary Wades, Billy Weeden. Johnna Weles, Carolyn Weshall. Anne White. Chip Wright and Almedia Yancy. gels. The leg of the table held white tapers standing in angel hair, leaves, spruce and baubles. Place- cards were white engraved in gold and at each guest's place were miniature gold and whit* angels. Suspended from the chandelier in the room were golden halos. The registrar's desfc held a" miniature candelabra in tiered which Bits of News y f^ertonat Dick Reid, student at University of Arkansas law school, arrived home last night to spend the holl- 1 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Reid. Mrs. O. S. KolLison. who recently underwent' surgery at Campbells' Clinic in Memphis, is now at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jada McGuire left today for Prescott whe« they will spend the holiday season visiting KindergardenTeachersHaveParty For Children, Entertain Mothers Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann and Mrs. Earl Buckley entertained their kindergarten pupils with a Christmas party yesterday morning and also gave a coffee for the children's mothers. The children took their mothers on a tour of their school room showing them the art work they burned small white tapers. This! relatives. While there Mr. McGuire candelabra stood in a nest of ; will go on a quail hunt white French maline and angel hair. Among students arriving home to. j day from the University of Arkan- A musical program was present- ; sas are Gailya Stilwell, Beauton ed by Mrs. Joe Goodman. Mrs. W. Stallings and Billy Gilbow. D. Cobb and Mrs. Dick Bednar, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest French arc • soloists, with Mrs. Hord serving as in Memphis today to meet their. accompanist. 1 daughter, Miss Ernestine French, j Their selections included "O j who will arrive there by plane from | Orlando. Fla. Miss French, who is I a member of the school faculty m| Orlando, will spend the holiday season here with her parents. Miss Lela Beck of Santa Fe, N. M.. will arrive today to spend the holiday season with her parents. Holy Night." "Christmas Island." "Christmas Tree Angel," and "White Christmas." Christmas readings were given by Mrs. Hord and Mrs. Bednar. The door prize was awarded Mrs. Dan Clutch with gifts of silver being presented to the out-go- inij president, Mrs. Hord. and the out-going vice-president, Mrs. Everett I. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beck. Miss Rose Marie Clampitt. stu-j dent in the medical school at Uni, versity of Illinois, will arrive | This presentation was made for | Thursday to spend the holidays | club members by Mrs. J. W. Tur- i w j t h her grandparents, Mr. and i ner. I Mrs E. H. Ford. GuesLs at the luncheon-meeting \i rs . j. L. wall. Jr., of Nashville, were Mrs. Virginia Follis of Osce- Tenn.! will be the guest tomorrow ' ola and Mrs. Louise Teague. In a business session reports were ' made by Mrs. Preston Franks, welfare chairman, and ., of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G- Trieschman. Mr. and Mrs. Waddy Moore, in, and daughter Bonnie Gay of Bell Mrs. Turner, who represented the I 3uckle Tenl , s . m arrive" today social chairman. Mrs. Turner announced that the Christmas party for club members' children will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday at the Woman's Club. An election of officers was held with Mrs. John Prather being j n At the Hospitals Fathers Night Held at Burdette PTA ner, treasurer, and Mrs. Jack Cowger, secretary. This slate .of officers was presented by Mrs. Norm Griff ing, nomination committee chairman. Honor Roll Is Announced For Dell Schools spend the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Garst and Mrs. Mary Beeman of Clarksdale, Miss., will arrive tomorrow to nt- .end the rehearsal dinner and wed- Louise Scrape. . .. Miss Linda Taylor was in Memphis last night to meet Burton: Grant of Wilmington, S. C., who will be her houseguest for several! days. j Mrs. C. J. Kallile of Toledo, O.. ! is spending the holiday season h?re: with her daughter, Mrs. Mike Si- j mon. and family. Mr. Kallile will arrive here the "latter part of next week. 1 Ensign and Mrs. Don Coulter ofi Jacksonville, Fla.. will arrive today i to spend the holiday season with her mother, Mrs. Robert Kiliian On Dec. 22. Ensign and Mrs. Coulter will be in Helena where he will be a member of the Shoate-Lambert wedding party. Mrs. V. B. Osborne of Manila had done for the Christmas season. Following the tour, they presented their mothers with styrofoam Osceola Junior Auxiliary Has Meeting OSCEOLA — Junior Auxiliary's remedial reading program in the Osceola Elementary School is proving a success it was announced Wednesday morning by Mrs. Richard Cromer when the organization met at the Seminole Club. At this business meeting, Mrs. Bard Edrington was named chairman for the reading program next year and Mrs. Don Blo'cJgett uv-s named chairman of the auxiliary's | m fruit program for the coming year. I A fl t~11 VPt~^1 f ^ In other business plans were mad*. 1 [ •*- AJ.11X1. > ^.l Jill j for the auxiliary's annual Christmas dinner-dance to be held Dec. 22 tithe Seminole Club. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Segrav^s issued an invitation for members ancl their husbands to attend a reception at their home preceding, the dance. Mrs. Wallace Hoke announced that the Thrift Shop has been closed and will reopen in the spring. Mrs. Ralph Woodruff, who heads the audiometer committee, told that hearing tests have been completed in the first grade with children who were absent to be tested in January. snowballs they decorated In classes. The two teachers presented tht children with Christmas gifts and in turn the children each presented the teachers with a gift. Carols were sung by the students to conclude the morning's entertainment. Mrs. Ruswll C. Fnrr presided at the refreshment table which was overlaid with a linen cutwork cloth and centered with a Christmas arrangement In red. Other decorations in the living room were a large lighted and tinseled tree and a giant Santa Claus which was used on the coffee table. He stood on a frosted mirror which was iurrounded with holly leaves. Osceola Club Celebrates •LaNueve Club Has LuncJyeon At Hotel Noble The honor roll for Dell schools was announced today. Students making the highest grades for this six weeks are: Cathy Eoff. Sylvia Ann Keener, I spent yesterday here visiting friends. Richard Castro, Eddie Deaji Cole. 1 , ___ Charley Crawford, Larry Waynne Poyner, Rosjer Parish. Linda A A luncheon at Hotel Noble Thursday was the Christmas party for members of La Nueve Club. A three-course turkey dinner was] served from a table centered withj an ^l hair, a giant Christmas candle standing in a bed of holly leaves. Place- cards were Santa Claus faces. By BETTYE NELL STARR Courier News Staff Reporter OSCEOLA—Mrs. H. J. Hale was hostess Tuesday to the Four Table Bridge Club. The club this month is celebrating its 50th consecutive year, which begun in 1905 as "The Fortnightly Eucre Club." This club was organized by the late -Mrs, R. C. Prewltt. mother of Judge W. W. Prewltt. and Mrs. Harry Miller. Sr. The club has maintained the original number of members, although some have been replaced by younger members, as the older ones died or left Osceola. Carrying out the golden anniversary theme, Mrs. Bale's beautiful home was enhanced even more by the golden decorations throughout the lower floor of hr home. Gold Tree Greeting the guests as they arrived were Mrs. Kale's daughter, Mrs. Arthur Rogers,-Jr.. and Mrs. E. H. Riley. who were -responsibto for the elaborate decorations. At the entrance door was a gold Christmas tree entwined in pink tinsel and holding pink Christmas balls. The tree was nestled in pink . Chapter NPEO illis : i strong, Demeiria Creecy, Brei Foster. Evelyn Galloway, PruHi* Watson. Donnie Mae Wigton; ITT- A 1 Morris Houston, Ray Sawyers, | H T c A II11113 I Annette Conneil, Jeannette Con- A^a^ •* XllJ-lLAOJ. nell. Jackie Gaines. Sherry Lee j Morris, Mary Lou Parish, Shirley iDis Blvthevl nissntl: Ik Hn.spltal Mrs. McDaniel Hostess to exchanged gifts following the lunch- Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mrs. G. O, j J . U. I. C I TC I 6 ..,,.,. R. B. Stout and Mr.,. ^.. ~. Poetz won high scores in the bridge | games. Coming Events Mrs. Paul McDnniel was hostess to six members and two visitors of J. O. Y. Circle of Ben con Baptist Church at her home Thursday night. The meeting was opened with prnyer by Mrs. Roy Schnhart with the Rev. J. J. Johnson giving the devotional. A poem was read by Mrs. McDaniel after which Mrs. Johnny John Etta Cnlclivcll, Armorel Chlckasawha Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Cockrell and baby, Osceola Virgil Hill, city Bill McLemore. city Victor Stilwell, city Mrs. Byron NaU, city Mrs. Laura Carney, city Mrs. Torsten Linquist, city Mrs. Donin Yarbro ,city Mrs. Henderson Bolton. Specie Mrs. Billy Evans and baby, Os- ccoln John Nelson, city Paul Burks, city Mrs. Floyd Scay and baby, city Mrs. Harold Doyle, city Claudia Dixon, rity Walls Hospital Dismissed: Johnny Johnson, Rt. I. city Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King. Manila Lucille Berry, city Gary Wright, city Williams, Barbara Parish. M Farley, Sharon Loveless, J Healey, Brenda Wilbanks. Jackie Boren, Frank Tate. Nickie Farley, Linda Fay Scroggins, Debbie Russell. Tootsy Cook, Wanda Lou Peeples; Donna June Duncan. Patricia Odum. .Mary Brown. Carol Skelton, Louise Austin, Carol Ann Dyre, Teresa Beckman. Ricky The Rev Mr. Bounds opened the' Eoff. Susan Littlefield. John Madison Stevens, III, Winifred Wei- born; Charles Armstrong, Joan Craw-j ery and a large lighted Christm&s announced the ford, Jewel Dowty; Bobbie Kay tree around which the members ex Approximately 140 parents were present Thursday night when Fa- Uiers Night was observed at Bur| dette Parent-Teacher Association i December meeting. ! The Rev. Mr. Bounds opened the I meeting with a devotional using as ; his subject the Christmas Story, i from Luke. L. H. Autry. Sr. !>lee club would present an operet-i Hardin, ta in the high school auditorium • Mooney. i Monday night, in the 'business ses- j Hughes, sion conducted by Mrs. Everett; Barnes. Members exchanged gifts following the meal. The table where these gifts were displayed held an arrangement ,of reindeer. Mrs. Ben Mac White won high score in the bridge games plnyed with second high going to Mrs. Leonard Oldham. On the marble mantle was an arrangement of magnolia leaves and South Carolina pine cones giited to alnyn Christmas Party immy J Members of Chapter N PEO Sisterhood met at the home of Mrs Alvin Huffman Jr., yesterday for their annual Christmas party. j Mrs. Chester Caldwell conducted! a brief business session after which | Mrs. Riley Jones told the Christmas story, "The Husband of Mary." The hostess had her home decorated for the occasion with giant lighted candles set in beds of green- Magers Griffin. Rebecca Charles Sigmin, Jerry M 1 a r i e Marcia Gene Dowty, Pat Edwards, Eubanks. , j Partin, Dunne Tate. Edgar Stacy; In this session Mrs. Charlie; Charles Eubanks, Larry Long, Hicks gave a report on the chicken James Turner, Joan Cook, Brenda Harris. Dixie Kay Lynn, Sherry Lee Wilt, Frankie Ann Lewis, BU- dinner sponsored by the organiza lion durrac November "The Magic Christmas Tree" ly Keener; was the program presented by the Coy Long. Jimmy Lynn Tidwell, first five elementary grades with Donna Kay Sanders, Gladys Duck, Mrs Doyle Turner. Mrs. Shed Mary Kay Stevens. Mary Virginia Bpvill, Mrs. J. T. Weathers, Mrs. Kerner. Pat Phillips, Dickie Jack- Edith Epperson and Miss Fields serving as directors. Mrs. Hilton Stephenson was accompanist. Lois S on, Jim Gill, Malcolm Griffin, Larry Doug-las. Levon Stockton: Sefma Wilbanks. Shirley Rhoads, In the room count Mrs. Epper- Louise Ballard, Louise Wright, Alma Stephens. Jimmy Southard, KATliKDAY Cotillion Club having Christmas dimci:. Hosts ure Mr. anti Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr., and Mrs. I. R. Colemnn, Mr. and Mrs. John CnudiJl. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee ; Reid led the dismissal prayer. Brooks. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Cohen) and Mr. and Mrs. Kempcr Brinon. | Duplicate Bridge League. SUNDAY Piano students of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe entertaining their parents witli niii-sical tea at home of Mrs. Lowe. Beginners will play at 2 p.m. with fourth grade studonts playing iU 3:30 P-m. Fifth grade students will play at 4:30 p.m. MONDAY Women of Presbyterian Church having annual Christmas program at church. 7:30 p.m. , Corps of Engineers Women's Club Billy the Kid Dorcas Class Has Meeting InBuchananHome Dorcas Sunday School Class of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. John Buchanan Thursday night for a Christmas party with 18 members in attendance. Mrs. J. D. Atkins led the open- Christmas party at Woman's Club, I ing prnypr after which the group exchanged gifts. The closing prayer was led by Mrs. E. 0. Lovell. Mich. u>.—Ponce of-ifHos Meeting ficers pulled Billy—a bearded goat-- j from the top of a 1956 station wn- ! con. solving a list of complaints [ ranging from the tfoat dashing j across Jjnvns to trying to force his \vny into homes. j When last smi. Billy was nibbling u lub es merrily away at the rear door of the jail, son's second grade won in the low- Brenda Nicholas, Rachel Gray, er grades with the seventh grade Betty Blackman: winning in the upper classes, Janett Donahue .Elizabeth Tidwell, Jean Wilbanks. Larry Jackson, Shirley Ballard, Geraldine Duck, Linda Simpson; Larry Moody, Gloria Tweedle, Linda Loveless. Joe Naney, Patty Bowers. Patsy Brown, Joyce Austin, Patsy Burford, Benny Gill, Koehler Blankenship; Gall Smith, Prances Garner, Leon Perkins,. Ray Gulp, Loretta iFriday Club Friday Club met nt the home of Mrs. Harmail Taylor Thursday and exchanged gifts. Following the exchange of gills tor Ladies Day. 3 to 5 p.m. TTKSDAY Esther Class of First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Cowger, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having bridge and canasta party at Hotel Noble. Mrs Dan McCasklll Is hostess. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mn. 8. C. Owens. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeUni. HIGHEST RIVER The St. Joe river, Idaho, In the nrca of the stand of white pine In the United States, U the hlglui navigable river In the world. Bri(hU« Ih. Ufc at • hurd-of- (Mriif Mml v bnd IHH for o^T Wt VMI« pbm Uxln far cmapbta MonMUon. It 1 , •k «MV ... M Uwucht/ulf MRS. H. L. HARP 111 W. Wnlnot Phone .1-4441 GIVE HIM or HER Golf Equipment FOR CHRISTMAS Boll* Clubs Gloves Bogs Hood Covers Sold Exclusively By Pros. PAUL FARRINGTON lilytheville Country Club Ultra? Ill N. Ph. I-ttM the group went to the Country Club i Sigman. Irma Ballard, C arolyn Jackson. Shelby Richardson. Louise Shelton, Dianne Buck. Sylvia Byars, Carmelita Hinch and Jimmie Lou Wilt. McCalla and Mrs. R. A. Porter won high scores. changed gifts. Assorted Christmas party foods were served from the dining table, which was overlaid with a green cloth outlined in gold. j Dogwood HD Club Has Christmas Party Dogwood Home Demonstration Club held its Christmas party at the clubhouse Thursday. Christmas carols were sung J).V the group after which Mrs. Charley Lutes gave the scripture reading and Mrs. P. S. Parker led in prayer. Mrs. Otis Serratt conducted a business session after which gifts were exchanged by the members. Mrs. Serratt received * special gift from the club. Mrs. Shanks A gold candelabra holding glow- j EntCrtO i DS Vend red i Club ine tapers and set in a bed of gilded i % foliage and greenery formed the centerpiece for the table. Propane Emplovees Have Dinner Alex S. Hill, general manager of Blytheville Propane Company, entertained company employees and (heir wives with a Christmas party and dinner at the Woman's Club Thursday night. Forty-five guests were present for the buffet dniner which .was served from a table overlaid with a white cloth outlined by red poinsettias. Christmas ornaments were used to center the table and on the fire- pla.ce mantle. Members exchanged gifts »nd Mr. Hill presented each employee with a Christmas present. £^22-. First Quality 60 gagt . 15 d«nitr IDEAL FOR GIFTS P*r Pair $427 2 Mr I Individually Packaged Mrs. Dick Shanks entertained Vendredi Bridge Club \vith a Christmas party at her home Thursday night. Gifts were exchanged by members preceding the bridge games. Bridge winners were Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson. high. Mrs. Hank Dodd. second high, and Mrs. Bill Slack. brjdgo. tie in with the anniversary theme. Centering the (lining table was i smaller table covered in a gold cloth holding giited foliage and pine cones with a stately giited candle st the back. Christmas cards from friends stood on the individual tables throughout the entertaining rooms. Traditional Christmas custard and fruit cake were served upon the guests' arrival. An additional table \vas added which was composed of Mrs. C. ,5. Dean, Mrs. Joe Cromer. Mrs. A. W. Bowen and Mrs. A. R. Sharron. Individual tables, from which guests were served, carried out the approaching Christmas season. Winning high score for the guests was Mrs. Dean. Club prize went to Mrs. R. C- Bryan and bridge was won by Mrs. Spencer Driver. Armorel HD Club Has Turkey Dinner A turkey dinner at Forty and Eight Youth Center Thursday night honored members of Armorel Home Demonstration Club, their husbands and guests, Following the dinner Mrs. W. O. Anderson conducted a brief business session and the Rev. Henry Appleg-Rte presented a devotional. Mrs. C. C. Elliott read a Christmas poem with Mrs. Taft Metzer, Jr., singing a solo. Carols were sung by the, group and gifts exchanged. Mrs. Weldon McCann led the closing prayer. PRICES fDC SIWM c*l«riii—the precision 3-D cimer» with built-in "d«ep focus" which maku r«f e flnderi unnecenary. w« >I4M NOW W* toe Si.r,o vivid -the world'i moit automatic 3-D camera. Set one simple Exposure dial, «fht, focui, thoot. wo. >M9» NOW *I2$* TRADE-INS-EASY TERMS AJ Guard's JEWELRY STORE Sine* 1908

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