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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 19-17 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUftlER NEWS oce etu, * Phone 4461 Formal Dance Is Given At American Legion Hut A formal dance was given last nlglit at the Legion Hut by the Parent-Teacher Association for the' fv''h school students, college stu- ^nts home for the holidays and' for the Messick High School bas-l ketbal] teams who played baskel-1 ball here last night. Approximately 250 students attended the affair. Mrs. Garth Oastllo,- Mrs. J. o. Trlescliman, Mrs. c. W. Garrlgnu and Miss Frances Bowcn served as sponsors and Mrs. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. H. L. Horner, Mrs. Henry Humphries, Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Doyle Henderson were in charge of the refreshment table. Jimmy Henry Is chairman of the student dance committee. Decorations of the Hut carried out the Yuletide motif and the table from which th c refreshments were served was centered with a miniature Santa claus ami sleigh placed on a mirrored plaque and banked with greenery flanked by red tapers. Refreshments of party foods with punch were served. Homemakei's Entertain With Christmas Party The annual Christmas party of the Future Homemakers of America was held Thursday night at the Woman's Club with approximately 85 present. Other than the member's dates, guests were Miss Rosa Hardy and A. E. Caldwell. Various party games and dancing provided entertainment during the evening. Refreshments of punch and cookies were served from a table draped with a lace cloth, and cen- "- • a large crystal punch Engaged Afternoon Tea Is Given For P.E.O. Sisterhood Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Jone«- boro, and Mrs. Riley B. Jones ul Manila, out-of-town members wen present yesterday when Mrs. Elton Kirby entertained members of Chapter N o( the P. E. O. sisterhood, with a tea at her home. The refreshment table wu draped with a cut-work linen cloth, »nd. centered with polnsettlas flanked 5y tapers burning In crystal holder*. Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. and Mrs. P. L. Horner, presided, at the ta- Lloyd Btlckmon was in Miss Maxlne Ferglson's engagement to Edward Laverne Owens is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fergison. Miss Fergison Engaged To Edward L. Owens Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fergison, today announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Maxlne Fergison, to Edward Lavern Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Owens. Date and plans of the wedding will be announced later. the Navy for several years. He is now associated with the Owens Tractor Company here. XJivl, garlanded by magnolia leaves Mi5s Fergison attended Blythevllle and flanked with red tapers bum- ' H '8h School and Is now employed ing in crystal candlebra. The fire- : b y Montgomery Ward. place 'was decorated with a wreath | Mr. Owens was graduated from of magnolia leaves and poinscl- i Manila High School and served In tias. Sponsors for the class are Miss Molly Guard and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell. Music Program to be given At First Christian Church A special program of Christmas music will be presented Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, by the choir of the First Christian Church at the Church, it was announced today by the Rev. R. S. Baird, pastor. The choir will be under Ihe direction of Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlslon. Several Christmas anthems, a lew bles. Mrs. charge of the program and gave the story of "The Other Wise Man", by Henry Van Dyke. Mrs. John Caudill won a prUe in Ihe games played. The home was attractively decorated with holly, mistletoe and other traditional decorations including a lighted Christmas tree, which held presents which were exchanged by the members. • • . Miss Geraldine Pierce's Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pierce of Bur. dette today announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Geraldine Pierce .to Elmo Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Hamilton. The single ring rites were solem- nised Friday, December 12, at Hernando, Miss., with Justice of Peace Cobb, officiating, In.the presence of relatives of the young couple. Miss Pierce wore a brown suit with gold accesories. Mrs. Roy Pierce, who served 'as matron of honor, wore a black suit with gold accessories. Roy Pierce was Mr. Hamilton's best man. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Branson Jr., and children of Dal 1 is, Tex., will arrive Monday to spend the Christ- mis holidays here vrtlh his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. u. 8. Branson 8r. Miss Geneva Shibley arrived yesterday from Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., and Cadet A. O. Shibley, Jr., arlved today from Kemper Military School. Boonevllle, Mo,, to spend lh« Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Shibley ani family. Miss Mary Ann Parks, student at Southern Seminary, Buena Vlala, Va.. arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Max Parks, Miss Ruby Huey will arrive from Washington, D. C., today to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Fisher and her sister, Mrs. Robert Porsythe. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher' will meet her In Memphis. Miss Rosemary Johnston, student at Birmlntham Southern, Birmingham, Ala., arrived home Thursday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Johnston. Dan Caldwell and Chester Caldwell. Jr., will arrive home tomorrow night from Duke University, Durham, N. C., to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs.. James Nelson Parks left yesterday for Enterprise. .Ala,, where she will vjslt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bryson until Christmas. Eve. Mr. Park* will Join her then to acompany her home. Clarence Johnson arrived home Wednesday night from Bowling Qr«n Business University, Bowling Green, Ky,. to spend two weeks with his mother. Mrs. C. B. Johnson and brother, Benny. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall Jr., of Yuletide Spirit Exhibited By School Students The creative ability of Blylhevllle demenlary school children was shown this week in the festive decorations of the Individual rooms and buildings. Friday afternoon was spent m visits from Sanla cimis and In fclv- 111 B and exchanging gilts. The Yarliro 4-li made and sold [ the money received, being used for 5Chs irT 0 hooi _.reJ Mu *'cal Program olhm whose holidays might not be I | c Pl/-it~>t-ia/-l so gay except, for tlio gllta dls- L. 1 * ' IQnrieQ trlbuted by Sudbury children. Lunge, central, Clear Lake, rial Lake and neece Schols all presented a gay appearance with trees, lights, and bells. The trees at Central School wove presented to the Christmas Drama To Be Given At Tabernacle The Full qpspel Tabernacle will present a four act Christmas drama tomorrow night, beginning at 1:30 o'clock at the church. The drama portrays Christmas In the hornet of two typical American families, an aristocratic, but non-Christian family and a very poor but Christian family, with the exception of the father, who Is a drunkard. The pub- lie Is Invited to attend the perform- I Mi [•)_ I . Presbyterians The Junior High School Music Department under the direction of Mrs. F. L. Reed, and accompanied six rooms by Mrs. Charles A. Hind. b J" Mr! ' Karl Wadenpfuhl at th man, Other parents in all schools, added to the Christmas spirit by sending .records ol ChrLslmas Carols and stories. Dickens' "Christmas Carol" was presented to every room in record form. Thc children are looking forward lo seeing Dlcken's "Chrlitmas Carol" at the Rltz Theatre next Tuesday and Wednesday, when Mr. and Mrs, O. W. Mc- Culchen are bringing (his Immortal story to Blytheville as their contribution to a true Christmas program. Mrs. Hamilton was graduated from- ayettevllle ' Ark - wlu aiTlve toda S' Burdette High School and attended spend the holidays here with his Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. """'- "* ~ ~ Mr. Hamilton attended school at Hector. Ark., and Is now engaged Mls.« Mnry Frances Nunn, student at Vassar College, Poughkeepslc, N. Y., \vho arrived by plane to spend the holidays with tl\elr parents. They returned home yesterday. Cadet Loy A, Elch of Castlo Heights Military Aciidcmy, Lebanon, Tenn., and Miss Gale Eich, student at University of Arizona, Tuscon, Atiz., who arrived by plane, will spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loy A. Elch. Mr. and Mrs. Eich met them in Memphis- Friday. Russell Moslcy and daughter. Pallia, of Huntsvllle, Ala., formerly of Blythevllle, arrived here last Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R, Branson of night to spend the holidays^ with parents, Mr. and Mri. W. H. Stovall. piano, presented a Christmas program Thursday, at tht High School Auditorium. The boy's chorus opened the program with the singing of "The Three Kings", an old French carol. The combined chorus then sang "I'm Dreaming of a White Christ- The second part of the program was composed of a group of girls ringing In obllsato voices,, "Ring' On, O SOUR". Tills group consisted of Christine Karris, Belt* Michael, Lyda Crlttenden, Louise Hopper Barbara Prultt, Emadel. Swearengen, Kay Smith and Edna Wamble. A duel composed 'o! Rhonda Eaton, and Bonnie Nell McCormlck, sung "To Bethlehem Draw Near", and lo conclude the protram the boys ind girls together sang three Music Prograiti Given by Junior High School Group A ipeclal Christmas program will o* Wtsent«d tomorrow afternoon, PACK nvm Mrs. Hendenon It Wo4'' ~oR. Randolphs*** OSCEOLA, Ark,, Dee. Jfr-Mf. mtt Mrs. Braxton Brace today anneuac* the marriage qf their titter.. Ifn. rTVu V+r\Amrfrm -tr. *«. • _ - .^^ it was announced today by the R«v. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor. The program will open with the !«"»!«' " Away ln * M »"S«" and My Bible Book" by members of the Nursery Department, who will be directed by Mrs. Ebb Spradley and Mrs. James Carter. ,, AM1 " M"? J° Baton will .ing "Alleluja," Mozart, and members .if the Beflnners Department will pre- J? nt( ;'"'t'« B«»>y I Lov« You," and the "Christmas Story." Th« Junior Choir with Jimmy ST i^S", " *> Iol5t ' wl » 6ln « "Silent Night, to be followed by Miss Jans " c "', m ; wh° will sing "o Holy v Adl ">' "Oh Little Town of The wedding ww i-|«mn>ml Tuseday night, 8 o'clock: »Ubl*eS of the bridegroom's brother; Jim' Tom Smith in Clarendon, Ark. 'tttt R«v. o. S. Stevenson, pastor of UM Clcrendon Method^t Church officiated in the presence -of intimat* friends and' relatives . The bride wore a black wool tailored suit with black swcesaork* Their attendants weic Mr, and ' .. Immediately following th» c*r»- mony Mr. and Mrs, Jim 'Tom Smith entertained with a dinner' put* before the couple left for * brief wedding trip. They will temporarily be at home In Osceola. Christmas enrols. Heaven an* Nature Sing", "Music of the Bell«", with obligate and "Muilo of Bethlehem". Their Flocks" will be presented by the Junior Choir and Oesu Bambino." Yon, will be sung by tht 8«nlor Choir with Ross Shev- ena as sotobt. Miss Helma Jolmsen will sing "I Know That My Redeemer Livelh" by Handel, to be followed by the Junior Choir ilnglng "Babe In Bethlehem, and the Senior Choir's presentation of "The Christmas Story" by Galsworthy. Mrs. J. E. Beailey and Mrs. Thtid Nlcol will direct the Beginners Department, Mr«. Jess Horner Is organist and director of the Junior Choir and Mrs. Lanler Ree<S will direct the Senior Choir. Miss Ann Deen will serve ai organist. The public Is Invited to attend this special program, the Rev. Mr. KtcM announced today. Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Cotillion Club will have dance at the Legion Hut, Miss Molly Guard entertaining with im eggnogg party at her home. in farming at Burdette They will Dal1118 . Tex - «'" arrive, Monday tol llls Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvts- j Mr. unrt Mrn. L. a, Thompson Jr., make their home here. I spend the Christmas holidays here! ter . Moslcy. Mr. Mosley, former entertain at their home with an In- familiar hymns, and the Scriptural taining rooms of t narrative will largely make «p the decorated with bou' program. Mr. Baird said. The candlelight, processional will begin - promptly at Jive o'clock and the public is cordially invited to attend. • * • ' ^Christmas Party Given "Tor Homemakers Class The Homemakers Sunday School Class of the Lilly Street Baptist Chapel had their Christmas party Pot-Luck Dinner Given At 0. 0. Ellin Home Mrs. O. O. Elkins was hostess yesterday at her home with a potluck dinner and "Christmas party for C.B.C. Club members. Dinner was served buffet style irom a table covered with a lace cloth and centered with a fruit centerpiece garlanded with holly and Nandina berries. Other enter- the home were uqucts of poinsettias, holly and Nandina berries. Red tapers burning in miniature. log holders centered the individual tables at which the guests were seated. When bridge games were played, Mrs. Alvin Hardy won high, Mr.s. Paul Byrum, second and Mrs. Cornelius Soberer, rootto. Miss Nadine Sloas Wed a Christmas party Thursday night their holiday guest their son, Pren- at her home when guests included tls5 Holder, a student at College members of her Sunday School class of the Ozarks, Clarksvllle. of B'irst Baptist Church, together Henry Wilson arrived last night with the class teacher. Miss Ruby (rom Laramle. Wyo., where he is Brown. ,a student at University of Wyom..._. ... . . _ „ „., Games were played during the i ln &- to be here for the holidays with Mrs. Lloyd Russell of Charleston, 1 today announced the marriage o fl evetlm B an d gifts were exchanged Mrs - Wilson,. her.parents, Mr. and S. C., the Kcv. and 'Mrs. D B jher daughter Miss Nadine Sloas from the B a y Christmas tree which Mrs ; °- H - Wallace, and his par- Bledsoe and Mr. and Mrs. Lo'nnie to Charles R. Kelly, of.Steele, Mo. ' " ' " ™'~ " " "" "" last night at the home of Mr. and To Charles R. Kellv Mrs. Olive McGregor, with hus-1 * bands of the members and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sloas of Marston, Mo., Mrs. LlOVd RUSSell Of Charleston.' tnHav iillnminnoH fhn rrtat-riirr™ «F Buffet Supper Given At Harvey T. Kidd Home Deacons and elders of the First Presbyterian Church, together with their wives were again honored this year by the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd.. with a buffet supper at the Kidd home. This marks the fourth year for this event. The deactons and their wives were entertained Thursday night together with a special guest, Dr. Frank Smith of Omaha, Nebr.. who is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and the elders and their wives were guests Friday night. Holly, mistletoe, and a gaily Ilghled Christmas tree decorated the home for each of the affair. • • • S.S. Class Has Parly Frances Lowell entertained with with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. TJ. S. Branson. Gerald Blomeyer, who Is a student at Mississippi State College, Starkville, Miss., arrived today to spend the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blomeyer. Russell Philips Jr., a student at Southern Arizona School For Boys, Tuscon. will arrive home Monday morning to spend Christmas with hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Philips. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Heard Jr., and daughters of Newport, Ark., are spending the Christmas holidays here with Mrs. Heart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Miss George Ann Stllweil, who is a student at the Arkansas'State College, Jonesboro, 1 .arrived homo yesterday to spend the Chrlstme-s holidays here with her parents, Mr. and J.frs. George Stllweil, and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Holder have i Fulgham as special guests. The table, from which dinner was served buffet style, was overlaid with a The double ring ceremony was solemnized Sunday, Dec. 14. at Hayward Methodist Church in Mars- white cloth and held I to n. The Rev. C. N. Gaincs. pastor, decorations were used in the entertaining rooms to carry out the Yuletide theme, • ' • » Little House Is Setting For Girl Scout Party Troop Two of the Blytheville Girl Scouts of America with Miss Sunshine Knight as their leader, had their annual Christmas party Thursday night at the Little House at Walker Park. Each girl brought her own' lunch Iffd they were seated at a table 'fevered with a red and white cloth and centered with red tapers banked with bark and greenery. Other rooms of the Little House were decorated with the usunl The bride, given In marriage her brother, Harold Sloas, of New Madrid, Mo., wore a dressmaker suit of beige gabardine with brown ac- cesories and pinned a corsage of purple orchids at her shoulder. Mrs. George I,. Neumann, sister of the bride was matron of honor, and Fred L. Kelly Jr., served his brother as best man. Tapers were lighted by Davis Sloas, brother of the. bride. Mrs. Xelly a graduate of the University of Missouri and is now teaching Vocational Home Economies in Steele High School. Mr. Kelly is a graduate of Battle Ground Academy, Franklin. Tenn., and served with the Armed Forces in Japan. After a wedlng trip to Southern home in Steele. Christmas decorations including a i Points, the couple will make their brightly lighted Christmas tree. ' h c " "'"'After the girls had linished their refreshments the evening was spent in making candy and calling on their favorite friends and singing Christmas carols to them. Miss Knight was assisted by Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and Mrs. R. L. Dedman. was a feature of the decorations. Refreshments of cookies and Iced drinks were served. At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mary Morris, city. Mrs. J. B. Wilson, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Oscar Moore, Rives, Mo. Mrs. Spencer Kelser, Rte. 1, city. Mrs. Prank Tavalaccl, city. Marriage License The following couple obtained a marriage license yesterday In th« office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk. J. C. Hicks of Manila and Miss Alice L. Elrod of Jonesboro. Mrs. Hodges Is Hostess With Luncheon, Party OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 20. — Mrs. Sam Hodges was hostess yesterday with a Christmas luncheon and Santa Says; 3 Shopping Cr.iy J Days unfit Christmas Credit is Free at Fifrzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES H lakes only * Minuics to Open * Chhargf Account SYCAMORE HOUSE Arkansas-Missouri State Line Special Sunday Dinner $1.00 Baked Ham With Raisin Sauce Baked Chicken Pie Pineapple Jcllo Salad ^ CHOICE OF TWO * Creamed Potatoes Pickled Beets Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallows Fresh Frozen Spinach English Peas Home Baked Beans SERVED WITH HOME MADE HOT ROLLS OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY Turkey Dinners by Reservation Only CLOSED MONDAYS x, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson. Mr and Mrs. Jack Wilson also will have as their holiday guests another son, Jack Wilson Jr., Mrs. Wilson and their Infant daughter. Jacqueline, of Little Rock, who wUl arrive this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn left Thursday for St. Louis to meet their daughters. Miss Virginia Nunn, of Washington, D. C., ana party at her home. Guests were members of the two table bridge club, and Mrs. Bob Kendrick, a lormer member. The . Individual tables at which luncheon was served were centered with holly, mistletoe and Nandlna berries. The afternoon was spsnt informally with the. guests exchanging gifts which had been placed under the brightly lighted Christmas tree. Blythevllle High School football star, Is now assistant football coach at Joe Bradley High School In Huntstille. Miss Frances Shousc and Miss Mary Lou Joyner, Edsel Harber and Harry Carter Farr will arrive Ihls afternoon from University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle, to spend the holidays with their parents. Mr. and -Mrs. Vernon Thomasson will leave tomorrow for Sandoval, III,, to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thomasson. Before returning home they will visit In Miami, Fla. They expect to be • gone three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood of Clafksville, liave arrived here to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wheat. Mr. Wood Is a. student at the College of the Ozarks. Mrs. Russell Haynes Fair left yesterday for Ashdown, Ark., to be the holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Plercy. Mr. Farr will Join her there Christmas Eve. Miss Willie Nebhut, who has been a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital for three weeks, Is at.her homo on Hearn St. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett will be In Memphis today to attend a Bankers Banquet. The Rev. and Mrs. HarvcyT. Kldd nnd daughters, Carolyn and Jonnnc, will leave Monday for Memphis, where they will spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. Kldd's mother, Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd Sr. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jcfferles have as their guests for the holidays liar sister, Mrs. J. Frank Tomllnson, Mr. Tomlinson and children, Betty Lou and John Franklin oJ Houston, Texas. They also will visit other friends and relatives while here. Mrs. Tomlinson Is the former Miss' Velma Crafton of Blythevllle. Capt. and Mrs. Robert H. Duke and daughter, Marllynn Ann, sr- rled Thursday by plane from Gleason, Tenn., to visit with friends. Capt. Duke, who was formally stationed in Blythevllle, is now stationed at Myrtle Beach, B. C. They returned home Friday t nlght. Mrs. Freeman Robinson Is ill at her home on W. Walnut. formal "drop In." Monday E. B. Gee Jr.. and Bobby Kirshner will entertain with a formal dance at the Country Club. O. E. o. Club being entertained with Christmas party at the home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis Jr., at Barfleld. Tuesday John Ed Regenold will give a formal dance at the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble for a large number of friends. Emadel Swearengen, Kay Smith and Sandra Long'entertaining with a dance at the Woman's Club. Thuriday < Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Little entertaining at thlr home "Falrflelds." Bim/ette 4-H Club Meets For Business, Program The BurdetU 4-H Club met Tuesday afternoon at the school .when new members were enrolled from the fourth grade through the twcltli grade. The group sang White Christmas," and ot(aer Christmas carols and Clay Moore gave a talk on, "Tractor Maintenance.'.' During the brief business session a new secretary was elected to fill * recent vaucaiicy. The meting waj adjourned by the president, Lavon Easley. The pole In "polecat" come* fna the French word "poule," meaninc pullet, or chicken. ^^ No passes honored on Stand*? •% Continuous Shows Sat. and Smn. Bargain Nijhl Every Night Exeeyi Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4lM >m the Boaj ( Saturday Borderland with William Boyd Serial "Th* V!(ll»nte" No. U ant Cartoon : C'onl. Show» 8»t. II «.m.-Il:M p — Mrs. Friday Lendennle Jtowler Utning members of the C B C Club. ' ' Patsy Beshearse, Ramona Crafton, Mary Frances Oalnes, Gay Qar- rlgun, Betty Nell Holland, R. c. Allen, Jr.. Howard Bailey, Jack Elliott, Jim Lancashire mid Mose Simon will entertain with a barn dance at the Armory. Saturday Vivian Taylor and Maureen Morris will be hostesses with a formal dance at the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble. ' Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce, T p.m. TUESDAY Lions Club, 12:15 p.m. American Legion, 7:30 pJTi. WEDNESDAY Knvanis Club, 12:10 p.m. THURSDAY Merry Christmas Dessert Bridge Given Club Members, Guests OSCEOLA, Ark., Deo'. 20.-Mrs. John White, Mrs. Allen Seagraves, Mrs. Richard Cromer, Mrs. W. 8. Fuller, Mrs. Curtis Williams and Miss Betty Bemmes, were guests last night when Mrs. John Allen entertained the four table bridge club at her home with a dessert bridge. • The home .was decorated ' with greenery and Nandina berries and other decorations Including a brightly lighted Christmas tree to carry out the Yuletide theme. When the gnmes were'played Misa Myra Gean Obermlller won high, Mrs. Seagraves, second, Mrs. White, guest high and Mrs. Bill Dlllard brldgo. Osceola Sea Scouts Arrive With New Boat The 38-foot picket boat released lo the Osceola Sea Scouts by U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters In St. Louis has arrived at Its South Mississippi County home port and today is tied up at Jacksonville dock. Chester Walker, a licensed river pilot, and 8ca Scouts Steve Ralpii Jr., Dick Fletcher and Billy Jop Carlisle made the up-river cruiso from Memphis, where the boat was being repaired. Read Courier News Want Ads. CANDY IS ALWAYS THE PROPER GIFT! WE FEATURE THE FINEST: •* Norris • Hollingsworth • Russell Stover CHRISTMAS GIFT 'BOXES FROM 1 Ib. TO 5 Ibs. GET "HERS" NOW FROM— WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 Help junior and sis to learn while they listen. Develop young interest in music. Buy them our recordings of nursery rhymes, carols, children's plays for Christmas, Check These Popular Albums: Rock-a-Bye Parade Vaojhn Deteath Robin Hood Juni(>1 OftTX CnmpaT1 j. Chris nm Carols .'....Perry Com* One hlnnj; Fiddle p 1Bl w , n What Is God Like? Ki<r<)lyn Hlrr ,* 11. «, a> ' Hel « n M W Tht Farmer s Brine Gndrao Thome KCA\ 7 lCTdR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071 J: W. Adams, Mgr. 20S-08 \V. Main Sunday and Monday HUMPH MY BOCART WARNERS The TWO NteELBRDCE-PETtR GODFREY Paramount New* and Short Cent. Showing Sunday l:l*-ll:N Paramount New« ana Continuous Showint ' 1:1$ p.m,-ll:M p.m. Box Office Opens «:J«| Show Starts «:45 Satnrdmy Trailing Danger with Johnny Mack Brawn Serial "G-Men" No. i and Cartoon • Continuous Showing Saturday Sunday, Monday . TIIK HELLGROO.MFO Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15-11: Foi Newi and Selected Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. 1 Saturday and SawUT Riding California Trail with Gilbert Roland and Tcala l/oring Serial "The Sea H«u4" N*, ll.aat CartMO . Conl-4 Sh*m 8*t IS:* I* O J» Cant' gb*«l»c 8«Mla7 l:*»-ll:e» Adml*4«i Malta ««, Tu Ml

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