The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1947 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILMS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Luncheon Party Honors Miss Shirley Barham . Mrs. R. C. Rose and Mrs. Charles Rose were hostesses yesterday afternoon it the Charles Rose home with a luncheon complimenting Miss Shirley Barium, bride-elect ot Rouse Harp. The dining table', draped with a grey Unen cloth, held »s a centerpiece a lar^e white taper garlanded with greenery and Christmas bubbles, and sprinkled with artificial snow. The living loom of the home was also attractively decorated with candies and greenery, carrying out a Christmas theme. The bride-elect was presented R silver serving tray from the hostesses. She wore for the occasion, & black crepe dress with a lushia .Insert at the waist. Mrs. Brooks Is Guest At Bridge Club Party Mrs, James L, Brooks was a guest yesterday when • Mis. EU- gcne Teaford n-» s hostess to ' the Trl-Towu Bridge Club at. her home on N. Division. In the games played high score was-won by Mrs. Newton Whitls and Mrs. James C. Guard won second high. Mr m:d Mrs. M. A. Houston announce tho «;i- KRRcnicnt and ap-] pronchlnif ni»i- rlage of theiri daughter, Ml'ss Cleo Houston, to] Jack Henry, soi: of Mrs, J Henry of Poplai Bluff, Mo. Plans 'for the weddlntt, \v h i c h will bo solemn^ Izert Dec. 25, will be announced tu a later date. Miss Houston was fil-aduated this SpvinB from, Bly- Ihovlllc Jt i s h' School and is now employed ai Southwestern Bell Telephone Co, Mr. Henry was fgraduated from' Walnut U I d g e High School and \ was In the Navy t'.vo years. He Is now employed at R. D, Hushes Co. 1 Engagement Announced WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1947 The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert o. McGraw at the Walls Hospital Thursday has been named Susan Carol, she Is theU: first child. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leo .smith have returned home after spending the weekend In St. Louis. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. dene McGulrc Miss Lucille Abbott, Mr*. Clinton Abbott and Mrs. Walter Bnmos spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner and i spcm yc5t ' rclny Osceofa Events Y.w.A. or Baptist, Church meeting with Mrs. J. j. Roberts at 7 p m i Two 'fable club at, the home of Mrs. Bettyc Nell Starr, luncheon 12:30 )>j». Pltttnilgnn Sunday School class of First Methodist Church mcet- Ing nt the home of Mrs p H Burns, ,7:30 p.m. Klwanls Club, Elementary School 7:30 p.m. ' I Friday TH-O Table Club at the home- of Mrs, Bruce Colbert. I Basketball, Osceola [here, B:30 p.m. Saturday Basketball. oscsola here, 8:00 p.m. vj, Dycss ' vs. Wilson did the refreshment served by hostess. • ' "'"!Chicken Dinner Honors 110 Officers and Teachers Bridge Xliib Is Feted By Mrs. Ottq Scrape , Mrs. otto Scrape was hostess last, night to Club Eight members and one guest, Mrs. S. C. Oivcns, at the home of her mother, Mrs. G. S. Barnes. During the bridge games played •Mrs Scrape won high and Mrs. Jesse M. White, second high. A Christmas motif was carried out in the decorations of the entertaining rooms and refreshments were served by the hostess. • • V ' Mrs. Graham Is Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mrs. Bernard Graham wns hostess last night to members of La Nueve Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. T. H. Caraway. In the games played Mrs. Newell .Jerome won high score and Mrs. John R. Thomns. second • high. ; The hostess served it dessert course. The surburban hocne of Mr. and Mrs. C.' M, Abbott was the setting for the lirst in a series of Christmas entertainments for 'the Intermediate Department of the First Baptist church, when' the Abbotts had R chicken dinner last night lion on the Varsity -Debate Team nt the University. He wns one of the four to witi out of 21 who tried out. for the officers and teachers of that department. The home was beautifully decorated with NnnrJinn berries and the dining table held the nativity Grigsby Home Is Setting For Auxiliary Meetings OSCEOLA, Dec. 10—The American Lesion Auxiliary met last night iat the home of Mrs. Clarence Grisg- | by wilh Mrs. Gilbert Gough as co- hostess. Mrs. J/»le Cook, president was in charge of the meeting and. Mrs. Dough wns program leader. The Rev. Hcrehnlle Couclunan guest speaker using as his sub- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Malm have as their guest for an extended visit his mother. Mrs. T. R. Malln of Dbnlphan, Missouri, Donna smith, n month-old daughter ot Dr. and Mrs. F Don Smith, who was 'injured In a fall Monday at her.home, is much Improved. Believed at first to be seriously Injured, , X-rays later revealed that the child was only bruised, . Mrs. E, M. Regcnold left Monday for Pittsburg, Pa., to spend R wrck wilh Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shapiro. ' Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Carter, of St. Augustine, Florida, arc the parents of n son, Gerald Robert, horn Saturday, December 0- Mrs. Carter 1.1 the former Miss Eloisc Spradley of Biylhevllle They have another son. w. A. Jr., who is three, Mrs. James Barksdale. and her mother. Mrs. Ella Worthy, are spending today In Memphis. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, accompanied by the Rev, o. s, Patty of joiner and the Rev. Albert J. Gatlln of Jonesbo'ro. district, superintendent, left this morning «t attend a meeting In Little Rock. Mrs. Kolnml Grcn and her sister, Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola have returned af!cr visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Maxwell of Memphis for several days. scctie in the center. Christmas games were played and gifts were exchanged. Miss Luna B. Wilhclm, department, superln-j jeci, "Hospitalized Veterans", tendcnt, was presented a gift from Plans for making Christmas those present. Mrs, Abbott was as- ! baskets for needy families .of vet- 'crans tveie- completed and icfrcsh- :ucnu were served. slstcd by Mrs. Charles Abbott Jr., anrt Mrs. Ben Abbott. Mrs. Bradley Entertains Club Members, Guests i ~ jWesfeyon Guild Installs Officers, Has Program The Hachahomn Bridge Club was entertained Monday night at the home of Mrs. H. W. Bradley with members and five guests, Mrs. Henry Wilson, Mrs. Frank C.risby, Mrs. Ben • Henderson,' » Mrs. Andrew Moses, and Mrs. Frances Gammlll present. D.A.R. Is Entertained With Luncheon, Program ., _ mining, rooms. Refreshments \vcre Mrs. C. R, Wroten and Mrs. H. .served by the hostess W. Wyhe were hostesses ycsterdayM " ... to M members ; of Daughters ot I i. o American Revolution with a lunch- "if*, rermenter Honored Stickmon and' Mrs. Murray Smart were guests other than members. The luncheon table held a Christmas centerpiece. Following the luncheon a business meeting and program was held In the Colonial Room. Mrs- James If. Hill jr., president, was In charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Stickmon read "The Happy Prince" on the program. Mrs. Smart, pianist, presented A number of Christmas carols. OSCEOLA. Dec. 10. — The Wes- leynn dutld or First Methodist Church met Monday night for business and Installation of of- licer.s. The Installing officer was Mrs. Roland Boothe, president of the Womans' Society of Christian Ser- Mrs. Dick , Wntson won high and j rt «- Officers incliiijed Miss Mary Mrs. Bradley won second high 'in i Elizabeth Balloue, . president; "Miss the bridge games pln.ved. Geralcllne Liston. • vice president; IJccoratlor.s of tho holiday sea- ( ''"•^ Elll « McDougnl, secretary; and son wero carried out in the 'enter- ^VR. Maggie Barblers. treasurer. Siibjeci of the program was Dec. 10. — Mrs. w. P. Permcnter Sr, was coiuplImciVcd with a surprise birthday party by her children on her birthday Saturday night at her home at Rosa. The lace covered dining table IVB.S centered with a birthday cake circled by gifts. phlldren present were Mr. and Mrs, Willie Dlllard and children, Mr. and Mrs. James Permenter and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Per- mcnter and daughter, Edward per- menlcr and Misses Mamie and Mildred Permcnter. Mrs. Metzger Elected Armorel Club President Mrs. Tsft Metzger was elected president of. the Arrnorel Home Demonstration Club at the home ot Mis C. C. Patterson yesterday afternoon I ", nrt Montgomery, Ala,, who Blytheyills Boy Wins Honors at University James McKctule of Blythevillc bers, Mrs. Rex Hughes and Mrs. c.,:. when 16 members and two new mem- Brown, were present. Other officers elected to serve with her are Mrs. W. O. Anderson, vice-president, Mrs. w, L. Smith secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Dyer Gamer reporter. . During the business session final! plans were made for the Christmas party to be held December 15, at Armorel School Cafeteria. j Games were played during the' social hour and prizes were won by Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Garner. Decorations carried out the .Christmas theme and refreshments were served ' by the hostess. Fakes Amnesia "Children of Today" Several Christmas carols were played by Mrs. C. ,\v. Watson, pianist. A social hour followed. At The Hospitals niytlirvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. Agnos Taylor, city. Hnskelt Blankenshlp, city. ,\fr.'i. C. E. Thaxton, city. Mr.s. A M. Galloway, Manila. Utho Barnes, city. Mrs. O. 'H. Tompklns and baby, Burdctte. W. B. McMullin. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jo Ann Bowling, Armorcl, J. T. Hic'sman. city. James Henry West, Cweeoln. student at the University of Georgia, Athens, has been inducted Into Blue Key, national honor fraternity. Mr. MeKenzic also won a posl-1 'Giftsof Announcement Chicka.wwba Lodge 134 p and A. M. win meet In regular communication at the Hall, 7:30 p.m. Thursday. There will be election of officers and refreshments will lie served. By order of Max Parks, Wor.slilpful Master. ,, (Ntft. Telephoto) .Ruth H«nnek»mp, above, 21, of 'Cfneln^tl. O, chucked aside her <*mntti» «ct undtr th« Influence 5 «t truWf tenon at Charity Hospital jfc New Orleutt, L*., r.nd admitted Identity, police later attributed wd lou of memory to a with -her Ulster, Cor»r 17 wc«iti ago- am* CANDY IS ALWAYS THE PROPER GIFT! WE FEATURE THE FINEST: * Morris * Hollingsworth * Russell Stover CHRISTMAS GIFT BOXES FROM 1 Ib. TO 5 Ibi. GET "HERS" NOW FROM— WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 West Main Si. I'lion* 507 Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday' Mrs, J. C, Prazlcr enter'ilniii" G. N. B. club. , Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining i MIrt-Woek Club members Mrs. Grovcr Wren entertaining Jolly EiBht Club. Mrs. p. o. Foster entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Thursday Night Bridge club — Mrs, Ben Hftrpolc. Mrs. Loy Welch entertaining the Octette Club. Friday | Woman's Club members will j meet at the clubhouse at 2:30 p.m. i for their Christmas program. | of. First Baptist church will have their Christmas Party at the home .of- Mrs. tAlvin Huffman Sr., 1123 iW 1 . Walnut, 7 p.m. Mrs. A. A. Hardy entertaining members of the C.B.C. Club SUNDAY Miss Shirley Barham will become the bride ot Rouse Harp in a ceremony at First Christ Ian Church at 2 p.m. Civic Calendar We the Women Ry Ruth Mllletl SEA Staff Writer "I. almost dread to see Christinas come," the woman eafd with a sigh. "Every year I'm simply exhausted when It's over. And this Sear I haven't done any shopping at all — and Chrklnia.s only a month a w a y! Prices arc so high, and nothing you ?v )uy looks like tho V- money you put '-• into it." And so on. Any w oman who is rjeginning to think and talk like that a month before Christmas Ruth Mlllett needs to have a little conference with herself. Why is she making Chrhtmns such a burden to herself? Is she giving gilts to please mid as a small token of the Christmas spirit, or to make an impression? Is she crowding too much social llle into a week or two accepting invitations she doesn't care aoout simply because everybody else seems to rush around during the holidays? Christmas Simplicity This business of spending two months to get ready for Christmas —and a month to get over it physically and several months to get. over It financially—isn't anything a family HAS to do. No matter what kind o! a social spectacle a lot of people make out of Christmas, any family that wants to, can keep its own Christmas celebration simple enough so that it lias some meaning. No one Is forced to turn a celebration, that should be a Joy, Into u dread Job. Curiey Resumes Mayorship ionnen'Tr.f °? rley ' , ccmcr ' rtHll ™ S to " ls clt >' »"" '» B <«<°" »'ith his daughter, Mary Curie, £ to n n H WlShB " surrouud " 18 lhcm ' Cur 'W «»•«•« hb Position ot Mayor of Boston after serving five months of Imprisonment. 'NBA Telcphoto.) p.m. New Board 2:30 p.m. Diesel locomotives cut railroad fuel ccsts 33 to 75 per cent, according- to type of operation. Wilson New* Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller and Mrs. Betty sllnkard were In Memphis Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Medlln, Mrs. Broghton Lov-ett and Mrs. J, B. nesday. Tho Womcns Missionary Union of the Baptist church closed their annual week of prayer for foreign missions, Friday Dec. 5, with an all day meeting at the home of Mr.s. Maurice Lynch. The Wilson football boys, coaches and managers were honored Friday, Dee- 5, with a rabbit supper and dance at the Wilson Tavern. Hostesses were Mrs. Betnice Hale, Mrs, Bill Nixon, Mrs. Benson Garrett, Mrs. J. J. Bussey, and Mrs. Buford Boylc.i- Out-of-town guests for the dance were Misses Inez Wilson Schools' basketball season got under way last week with 18 Kirls and 20 boys reporting to Coach Roy Stobough for practice.' Olrl letter winners back are Mary Ryals, dunhi FOR A MAN'S CHRISTMAS .. . Toiletries in th« Dunhill Iradilion, sublly f-o- granced, superbly packaged, supremely corral. In Spiral bottles, or Personalized with his IniHalj, Afltr Sha,, lotion* ... X or. J2.00, 8 or. $3 « Cofogn«*. . . 4 ct. J3.00, 8 oi. J5.00 . Staving Bowl, J2.00 . .. lolhtr Sr»»t, it.00 ' BrusMeu SfioM, Jl.OO ... Talc,' $1.50 In tmart gift i*U from $3.50 t» $7.50' j THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Annie Jean Latham, Lavcrn Vaughn and Betty Nell Lehr. Boy lettermen are John LaRue, Lester Hale ir.. Buford Boyles and'Harold Ray. Tlie Wilson High School Glee Club entertained with their annual Christmas formal Saturday evening Dec. 6. in the high school cafeteria. The Christmas motif was carried out in decorations. Out-of- town guests included Miss Nancy Burr of Osccola, Sonny Adams, Billy Dresback and J, T. Precis of Joiner. Ml-, and Mrs. R. Lee Chlsin and sons, Bobby and Andy and Airs. Alma Baits spent the weekend in Forrest city with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McNabb announce the birth of a son. born Dec. 5, at their home In Wilson. Sons and daughters of Mrs. J. R. Clayton who are visiting her are Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hardin of Orange, Calif., Mrs. Jean Taylor and tow children from Los Angeles. Calif., Mrs. E. H. Heckler and daughter, Louise of Chicago. Mr,, and sirs. John M. Hardin of Little Rock, Mr. and- Mrs. Marshall Johnson of Marlon anct Mr. and Mrs. Nichols Rohullck of Jonesboro. 'Dollar Watches Return But New Price is $2.50 With Factory in Arkansas ! LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Dec. 10. I tUP> — The dollar-watch, a 1940 ; wnrtimc casually, will return to the j retail counters ill 1918 but. like cv- ! eryihing else, ihe price will be up— ] to "about -$2.50." i U. S. Time Corporation, manu- I facturer of the Ingcrsoll timepieces, announced that it will resume pro- j Auction here with a full line of i watches. The vestpockct model is I scheduled to sell for around $2.50. examination to fill the position of rural mail carrier at Stccle Mo. The exfimir.ntioii will be held at Htecle and receipt of applications will close Jan. 15. 194B, the commission said. The examination will be open 'to nil citizens of the United States residing in the territory of the Stec!u Post Office. A new household Invention Is a push-button lock which requires no key. It Is possible to work, the combination with one finger. \Rur.al Carriers Needed By Postoffice at Steele The United States Civil Service Commission today announced an Santo Soys: Only Shopping Days until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It takes only S Minutes to Open ft Chharfft Account • •'It'm Correct Toiletries for Men • CourHey • Old Spice •. Ydrdley • Seaforrh • Lentheric Single Items or Sets KIRBY Drug Stores Scouts, this shoe is mfldc just for you. It's trim ns a drum mnjor, and as smart and manly as they come. Everything about it says Official Scout quality. Come in and get your pair today. Boys $7.50 Men's $8.95 PLAIN TOE Family Shoe Store No passes honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun, Bargain Night Every Nlfht Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KtCN 8:00 a.m. 12:« p.m. 4:30 p.ia, Ihe Itoxy Last Time Today Song of Love with Katharine Hepburn and Paul Heiircid Also Short Subject^ Thursday & Friday Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Every Daj Coming to the GEM THEATRE BlytheviHe, Ark. Saturday and Sunclaj West of Carson City Conl'd Shows Sat. 11:30 to 11:30 font. Showinc Sundnj 1:30-11:01 Admission Adults 25c, Tax Incl. Paramuunt ,N ews ana snorts Continuous Showinj 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Last Time Today Dark Corner with Lucille Ball and William Bendlx Also Short Subjects Thursday and Friday 312 W. Main St. »i^».. r JEAN NEGUttSCO-^_^_^» Also Short Subjects *

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