The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1955 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1958 - Society News - . &«« MoUn>-ir fflAj*ietv PMJtnT * riiQ MiH Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Carrie Sue Haynes Engagement of Miss Haynes To Ensign Alan Berry Is Told The engagement of Miss Alan Berry, son of Mr. and nounced today by her mother, The wedding will be solemnized Thursday afternoon, Dec. 29, at 4 o'clock at Clear Lake Baptist Church. Miss Haynes, daughter of the late Mr. Haynes, Sr., i» the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Haynes and of John Wesley Stalllngs and the late Mrs. Stallings, all of Blytheville. A graduate of Blytheville High School, she participated in extra- Carrie Sue Haynes to Ensign Mrs. Kendall Berry, was an- Mrs. James Allen Haynes, Sr. curricular activities of the schoo: where she was named Campus Sweetheart during her senior year. She attended Blue Mountain Col- Ige, Blue Mountain, Miss., where she was a member of the Modenian Society and served as maid to the May Queen. She has been a member of the Blytheville School faculty during the past semester. Ensign Berry is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Webb Mrs. Lowe Presents Piano Students In Annual Christmas Recitals Mrs. .1. Cecil Lowe yesterday presented three groups of her piano students in their annual Christmas recital. Mrs. C. S. Alexander will be tn Memphis tomorrow and Wednesday to attend an Eastern Star in-, stallation. ' M. T. Moon, who underwent sur-j ^ry last week at Methodist Hospi-" Tal in Memphis, was returned to his home here yesterday. He was motored home by J. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. C. W. Ramey has returned from Cypress. 111., where she was called due ro the serious illness ,nd death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Amanda Ramey Casper x Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter Beth will leave tomorrow for Morrilton to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .O N. Hawkins. They will be joined there Christmas Eve by Mr. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mann of Torrance, Calif., former Blytheville residents, announce the birth of a son. Dec. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Mann also have a daughter. Pamela Gail, age four. Mrs. Mann is the former Miss Mamie Ruth Lloyd if the New Liberty community. Donald Barnes, student at the University of Arkansas, has arrived here to spend th« holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barnes. Joe Saliba of Washington, D, C.. ill arrive today to spend the hoi- Berry of Prentlss, Miss., and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Isaacs of Manila. During his senior year at Blythe- vllle High School he was named a member of the National Honor Society. He attended University of Mississippi. Oxford, where he was a member of Phi Eta- Sigma honorary fraternity and Delta Psi, social fraternity. He later attended Tulane University In New Orleans and was graduated in 1954 from University of Arkansas, Fayeteville. He was commissioned an ensign in the United States Navy in July 1955 after graduating from the United States Naval Officer's Training School at Newport, R. I. Ensign Berry is currently stationed at Chase Naval Auxiliary Air Station at Beeville, Tex., where the will make their home. Suidmts playing during the afternoon urn- Ona Lee Mulliivs. Emmalyn Sinos. Janie Ellis. Tommy Qrtmnum. LXinna Sue Maxfield, Ka!'fM Lt>>- .SlH'Hrrr, Domm Adams, Suiill Ann Shram-, Betsy Brown. Bei'lty LittK- and Mary Elizabeth Brown. playing in the second period were Ryrtll Tune, Tommy Gavin, Pat Wain's- O:trv Kills. Janet Scrape, Steve Stevens, Rebecca Sanders, .\jihe Utlcy. Kuby Kay Koohler and Marilyn m\ea. Condudini: thr utti'rnoon's parties wore Polly Abbott. Ann Robinson. Martha Jo Brogdon, Michael Thompson, Jea'.'.im Oo\von, U. W. lllllis. Jr.. Charles Cohoon and Sara Ann Brown. Following each recital Mrs. Lowe ierved piu-iy toods and punch,to the ttldenl-s along with their parents who were special guests at the at'- fair- Her refreshment table was covered with a Christmas red cloth overlaid u Uli a linen cttuvork cloth. The Lvr.u-rpiece was fornifed of pink styrofMm. pink pair.ted branches and !:•"*:'•(! magnolia leaves. Shf ikiMkert this arrangement with :rir.k tapers in triple branched silver 'MUdc'Iribrii. The t r.il point in her living room l.n'^c hphteo. Christmas tree -.\i!h an angel. In her arch f "s«i a manger scene and l:iu.> and his reindeer. v.iiloms played in the music v, hich was decorated with giant i-sndles. Pre.^iiiinc at the table, throughout the :i!ternopn \vas Miss Margaret '.vneht. She was assisted by Mrs. J. c. Ellis. Jr. Mrs. Chester Brown and Misses Rae Lavonne and Jerry Ann Cohoon. was ;i toppi'd way f!-. Ssi-.ut The room Coming Events MONDAY Women of Presbyterian Churcti having annual Christmas program at church. 7:30 p.m. TTESI1AY Esther Class oi First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Cowger. 1:30 p.m. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi having bridge and canasta party at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Dan McCaskiU ss hostess. Country Club Bridge League meeting. WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. S. C Owens. THURSDAY Duplicate Bridge League meeting. KEISER NEWS FOR MORE FUN THIS CHRISTMAS there's a ne\ IBcll&Ilovvell §No Last Chance Toys here - It's Our •31 ?V Business -We Have a Complete Stock! | SPECIAL - Dick Tracy Wrist Radio | movie camera here for you NEW! Monterey 8mm movie camera ' Revolutionary new Sun Dial * Just set. . . sight. •. ihoot * Fast f/2,3 Super Comat lent * 56% more picture area * Two-tone die-cast aluminum housing only $5995 with f/2.3 lens NEW! Companion 8mm movie camera * Economical spool loading * Four camera speeds ' Interchangeable Ions * Built-in exposure guide * Polm-siie — weighs 26 oi. with f/2.5 lens Jewelers SINCE 1908 iday season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Miss Dottie Whitsel left last night for Nashville, Tenn., to spend several days visiting friends. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Morrow and children, Marguerite and Bill, of Chapel Hill, N. C., will arrive by plane tomorrow to visit Mrs. Morrow's parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. N. Nunn, Sr., during the holiday season. Miss Virginia Nunn. who has been making her home in Washington, D. C., and will leave Jan. 2 for San Francisco. Calif., to make her future home, is also spending the holiday season here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Nunn, Sr. metra Crews, Annabel! Woodard, Tracy Wllion and a choir composed of fourth grade students. Miss Brucene Harris was in charge of music, »nd art work was under the direction of Bonnie Mills. Mrs. James Woodard had charge oi the choir robes. Following the program refreshments were served by Mrs. George Cunningham, Miss Helen Cnitch- flcld, Mrs. Charles Griffin and Mrs. J. C. Hunt. thew wns read by Mrs. McAdains which was followed with group singing. During the evening gilts wore exchanged by members and secret pals revealed. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parish were in Missouri Sunday to motor Mrs. Parish's mother, Mrs. Price, to Keiser. Mrs. Price will spend the holidays here in her daughter's home. Mrs. John Edd Speck and baby ol Frenchman Bayou visited in the Knows Note TEMPLE, Tex. Wl — A woman told cops answering a prowler call they'd know lor sure how to Identity any suspect. He had Ins nose pressed ngamst the window screen and .she popped It with a camera tripod. home of Mr. »nd Mrs. J. \V. Hall this week. The Keiser Bridge Club was entertained with a Christmas parly by Mrs. Bruce Wilson last Monday night. Mrs, Marguerite Parker won high, Mrs. Billy Taylor, low. and Mrs. Bob Crews, bridgo. Nine memoers were present and gifts were exchanged. Preceding the party the group had supper at the Rustic Inn in Osceola. Miss Margaret Ann Crews of Memphis State will arrive home Friday afternoon to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Crews returned home Tue.sriay night from Texas and Mexico. While on the trip Mr. Crews went deer hunting and killed one. j Busy Bee Home Demonstration j Club held its Christmas party and potluck supper at Riverside Methodist Church. Dec. 8. The Christmas story from Mat- Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Find» Healing Substance That Doei Both— Relieve! Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoidi MlonUhinfi statements lilie^ "Fuel have ceased to b« a problem!" The secret is a new healmf substance (Bio-Dyne")-discovcry of « world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in iwpposifory or ointment /orjji under New V«rk, N. Y, (S P «cl»l> - For the first lime science has found m new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink- hemorrhoids and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently , relieving pain, actual raduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all -results were •o thorough that lufferen mad* the name Preparation H* At yo«r druggist. Money back guarantee. Mr. .•-•-id Mrs, Roland Sandra and jhildrtn of Memphis are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Johnson. Mrs Troy Solicit of Memphis spem Tuesday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. cSeorge Brad- tori. Hershel Henderson of Keiser and Ray Taylor of Osceola spent the past 'A-eek at Mountain View deer hunting. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunt and children were in Memphis Sunday to attend a birthday dinner for her father. Hal Bradford. Eugene cantrell, who is in the service, had dinner with his sister, Mrs. Hershel Henderson. Thursday. Kent Paulson of the U. S. S. Lexington is spending the holidays with his aunt, Mrs. H. L. Veasman, Mr, Veasman and family. Mrs. Parker's fourth-grade pupils presented a Christmas play Tues- r day night in the high school audi- | torium "A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens was the presenta- I tion. Students taking part on the program were Johnny Mack Langston, Jimmie Kemp, Danny Graham, Bobby Gill, Mathew Bunch, Annabell Woodard and David House. Special music was presented by Mrs. Delores Parker Martin. A Christmas mural was given by De- LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! REMEMBER . . . Orders accepted for CHRISTMAS DELIVERY SEARS,ROEBUCK and CO. Catalog Sales Office Open Evenings Until 9 p.m. SALE Still In Full Swing at BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST GIFT CENTER The Gift Box 1004 Hiway 61 North _ Phone 3-6737 No Parking Problem • Hollywood Dolls • Hand Cut Crystal • Wrought Iron • Beautiful Ceramics • Wood Croftery • China • Candles Mrt. S. J. Cohen, owner Radio This is a REMCO that is good up to >/', mlie. It is battery powered and a copy of the famous wrist radio you've seen; of Dick Tracy's. Two complete stations. j Reg. $3>95 Now $2.88 ^^^• r Remco TeleCom System. Complete, ready to operate.;^ io Station— 2 way phone, searchlite, buzzes, decodes. -£ — , K-Handiphone Intercom Set by Remco— 2 phones, ready to 90, up to Yi Remco Walki« Talkie— 2 way, magnet powered electronic set. The Mobile Radio Loudspeaker by Remco— an actual loudspeaker elec- jjttronically controlled. _ _ __ _ '! Remote Control 1 FLYING HELICOPTER Ki tjiA hand operated mechanism that actually flies f£the Helicopter from take-ofl through landing. tjjjThls remarkable West German toy was $^98 'ijirtfirst shown on television. Mona Lisa Doll She walks, has rooted hair that can be washed.j waved, combed and curled. She comes complete with changes of clothes and all in a $T^^\ nice large suitcase. I Little Lady Electric CANDY MAKETTE K Educational — Creates Confidence — Provides Valuable Training w> £ «n •^ Vnu can make hot chocolate, warm milk, pop corn, heal soup, or nuke candy. Has an -PL *•• actual hcallnK unit. It is approved by The Underwriters Laboratory. J | TOOTSIE TOY SETS ^ This is just the thing to round out the Christmas presents with. The kind 'Si of small, but Not, tiny toys kids like. They are made of sturdy metal. An Intercbanseable truck set to de- 5 | °« A Playtime set of cars, trucks, planes, r Htht any boy'l heart. | Jeep, and bus for only Open 'Til 9 p.m. Every Night Until Christmas LAD & LASSIE TOY CENTER « Main at First Phone 3-6308 Twas the plight before Christmas On the last minute shift, Every hubby was hunting That Christmas Eve gift . . . But they needn't have bothered Looking all over town . . . We had what SHE wanted If they'd only been down . . . LADIES TOGGERY Men-Will This Be YOUR Plight on Christmas Eve? It needn't be ... if you come in early and of gift every woman longs for. For example, Coat* and Suits by: LILLI ANN PRINTZESS FASHIONBILT BETTY ROSE BARBARA BLAKE Dresses by: PAUL BROOKS PAUL SACHS L'AIGLON GAY GIBSON MARLENE Jewelry by: LIND GALL let us help you select the type :, may we suggest; Lingerie by: EVETTE ROGERS KAYSER SHADOWLINE Hosiery byt HANES BERKSHIRE Girdles and Bras byt FORMFIT HI-A Ladies' HOUSE SLIPPERS Richly furred, hand headed, capeskin. Choose from 10 colors narrow and medium widths. and ©arvba s&ys, A Gift For Every Member of the Family from Famous Calf-skin Lined BOOTS Sizes to fit your foot— 51/2 to 12, A, B, C, D, widths. $ 16 95 Similar Boot in black $14.95

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