The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 4, 1946
Page 4
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BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS , ni-TKMBKR -1, in 10 Mrs. Wctenkarnp Hostess To First Christian Group "Out of Christmas Thoughts' TWIN the subject for the special program of First Christian Churcn Mission Study group when i.h-.-y me', Monday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. A. R. Weienkiunp wilh Mrs. V. O. Miller semn^ as eo-1'osless. Mis. Russell narham, prifirami chairman, told the group af t'ie Clirislmas celebrations observed by various Mrs. B'.utuim was nssisled \vilh her program by Mi'.s. R. S. Baird,, and Mrs. \v. D. Cobb. Mrs. Richard Dc-linon and Mrs. Albert Taylor. During the worship -service Use group sang "Joy to the Worn" and "In Christ There Is :\n lv>yt or West/' Brotherhood and CJa-.^t- mns spirit wns 'emphasized by Mis. W. D- Cobb during the SMV",'". The theme, "Making G"o"<; N;:w World Through Consecration' 1 was ba«ed on the third nt i John. Musical 01 Observe 70l'h Wedding Anniversary Mallhcvvs Honored At Reception Monday In 181(1. 17-yrar-old Georgia lliy- unt and l!)-yc:ir-old Edward !!. Me- Gri'i'nr of hynclibtire, Va.. were married in her home town of Milan. Rarham and Mrs. Ralph .Nichols related slurbs 01 "interracial Service'' follo'.vod hy the group singing "Adestc Fi'lt-lls" nnd prayers by Mrs Oeorie- linm nnrt Mrs. Albeit Taylor. Mrs. Cobb closed the .service will) the Christmas wish: "May Ihis holy celebration ol Hie b.riii of Christ bring you (he wisdom ot llic wise men who were led to Him. Ihc wonder of the shepherds nnd llic kindness of Joseph toward his loved ones." The meeting was dismissed mitt* the missionary benediction. A salad plate wns -reived by !)ic hostess during the social 'lour. Lake Street Group Plans Christmas Patty •Mrs, H. H. Blevins led in tho de- votionnl-. which opened the r.ieeliny Monday afternoon of th:> Lake versary Street i They are slill alilo to work 'bom tlicir home although they are be- liiniiini! "I" led theii age" and an; confined tn the bed at limes. Mr. and Mrs, McGregor camo lo Blythcville 33 years ago from Florida and bifKiin a dry goods nilci [510- ci/ry business which they operated for 17 years. Mr. McGregor was also on the local police force. Durini; MrKinley's lenn us nresl- c'itlni! years of the married life were s])i-in in Sheffield. Ala., whr.n thai, cily experienced a "business boom." The roiuilo will spend ti nulet day at home tomorrow with no special celebration. Two of their daughter* Mrs. W. 1). McOermi>u and Mrs. M. K. Kiin:. both of Memphis, visited here with them Sunday and their i '.TO .sons. T. K. McGregor nnd Etldle McGregor, both of Blythevillc. will be with their parents on llic annl- vcisr.ry, Six of their 11 children still arc living. These Include four cliuiuh- Mrs. M. E. King, both of Memphis: ml Mrs. Clarence Hurley of Lnns- Mrs. George N. stllwell presided over the business session when plans were made for :\ .Christmas | inn;, Mich.; and INVO sons T E \ic party to be held Dec. 16 al the! Gresor and Eddie McG ' ' home of Mrs. J. w. Maloncy. ] of Blythevllle ^ After the officer's reports the i The McGregors meeting was closed with prayer. I B ,andchildren, " also have two great g both' both ;>B EY RISING LIVIMCa COSTS? An important job with no overhead awaits you in Korea ALL EXPENSES PAID AND $90 PER MONTR Here's your chance )o get aWay from it oil— and know where you're gomgl Attractive positions ars open ir over 100 specialties m tho 6lh i.-fantry Division in beautiful Korea. . ^P. ort '' entertainment and travel opportumiies arc highly developed f ™ IS ^'vision i area. Luxuriou; hotels, theaters, swimming facilities tenm, j'nbs and ban parks provide more choice of pastime than is ed by -.hs average civliian at home ... and at no extra cost to oul tenm en| 0 y High medical y excellent generous overseas pay (20% abovo domestic base pay), and dental care, good food and lodging and a retirement plan make ihis opportunity too good to miss. . Young men who can moot prescribed standards, and who enlist for 3 years, are entitled to designate the 6th Infantry Division at time of enlistment. Initial training given before departure- from U. S Fu« details at U. S. Army Rf-crmiing Station— _VI5 N. 2nd Street, Jr. Chamber of Commerce Here they are - - - Oxfords, Loafers, Moccasins Brown Elk Scout Pattern, Leather Sole - $6.95 Brown Elk with brown Neolite sole $6.00 Same in Loafer --------- $6 00 GENUINE' MOCCASINS Brown Elk, leather sole - ... $6.00 In Loafer pattern $6 0*5 flT^nfl •M-i,»,.\ f*Ji7J Made) All Widths. Sizes 3'i lo 10 W v=a_cnrD A A , IHII TIE'S - JKfrMOE S. v-i o 126W. MainSt, Phone 515 children, and I wo jjical t:iejit i;ri::cl- clilldren. B. Atkinson Has on Second Birthday Gi'an Brook Atkinson's second birthday was celebrated with u party yesterday afternoon when lie entertained 25 ol his fi Sends at the Woman's Club. He Is the son ol Dr. and Mrs. Gean Atkinson. A blue tuul while color llieinc wits used with e m s displayed on a long table covered with » blue aiirt while birthday cloth. The color Lhcinu was carried out with blue nnd wlilte icing used on the birthday <rake which was served wilh ice cream by the honoree's mother. The blue bidloons used to decoi-au- the room were presented to Ihe guests as favors. Mrs. Fields Enlerliiins GEO Bridge Clnl), Guests Mrs. Jolin p. Fields was liosles.? to the GEO B-id|;c club a'iul quests Monday nii;ln nt the j. c. Ellis home ul narfield with Mrs. J. U. Ellis Jr. serving us co-hostess. Mrs. T. H. Carnway WHS honored with a shower by ihc"cnib members. Other guest's ot honor were Mrs. Caraway's inoLhcr, Mrs. U. p. Purvis and her aunt, Mrs. Grace Wllks. 'Playing bridge with liie club members were Miss June C.osncll. Miss Jettye Huffman, miss Iln Rogers antl Mrs. Ciiniway. A cheery loir, lire aglow in the open fireplace o( Ihe den with a low bowl of .ivy decorating tlic mantle served as « selling where the bridge games were played. Miss Alexa Williams won high score nnd Miss Dorothy HiBginson won bridtfo. A dessert coursi- was served. I M: 1 !.. H. V. Malloiy und Mrs. F b | Ha^tend fiUi-rlainecl 7B jjut.sls Monduv iiiBln. wiliv 11 reCL'OUon hoisoriii}; Mr. and Mr.s. I,. R. M u ,. hews, tciliowin;; their mtirriagc, Nov. •Mrs. Matthews is the. former Mr.s. Klleii Swain. Cilicst.s were received at the Matthew's home on Highway 01 North by Mrs. Mallory. Mr. IIIKI Mrs. Milthew.s and Mrs. HtiBbancI Relrc slimcnts were served from the dinliiK table, draped with a h&iKt- j made Madeira cloth and centered j wilh a three tiered wedding cake White' tapers in .silver eandelanras added to the table decorations. Av- lariKcinenls of white carnations were used in Ihe dining rooms and low bowls of chrysanthemums adorned other rooms of the home. A musical }>:agruin wns presented jy Miss Millie Ann Mallory mid Mr.s. Alton' I?. j:iK|4C-r.s. .Mis,s Laura Swam, daughter ol Mr.s. Matthews presided at the Kiicst hook Mrs 'ivil I.yslci-, Mis. Paul Kimbro Mrs Joiin Hoin land and Mrs. w. I,' lluiches served at the refreshiiienl tables. W!ls \V/[ik "' Gill Honored I Miss Robin fiill of Oell. hride- ideci of Toininli' N. Uennett was ; Hues! of honor Mondny niclil when Mrs. K. Hi. Houston.' Mrs. Robert U. Ihirdin and (laughter, ' Mrs. Doyle Houston entertained with a ery.stii] shower • nt the Hardin home. [ Mixed flowers arranged In the j eiilerlninlng rooms carried out a I liink and white color llieinc as n j selling for Ihc informal Blithering;. | Word itinnes were played wilh Mrs. : rani scltlcmire n ncl Mrs. H. B. | winning prizes. i Gifts were displayed from the dining tab],, draped with a lace and centern! with a bouquet i of white chrysanthemums. A dcs- ! -'fi-i course was serve<| from sinall | tables with the bride elect's ehair ; mail;cd willi a bo,v of pink and i while ribbon. 1 Miss Nannie Hardin assisted: the , hostesses in serving. --?$ '. | Mrs. McDowell Hostess [To Episcopal Auxiliary I Mr.s. J. D. McDowell last nighl > entertained to members of the Wo- [ | man's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's I i Episcopal church at her home on ! Highway 01 Soulh. I j rollowjng joint repetition of the Auxiliary prayer, a business ses: Fion was conducted by Mrs. John I F. Fields, president, who also was in charge of Ihc evening's study fouiM 1 . The g nilh prayer. Kj'ficshiiK'nl.s of a dessert course with coffee were served. Marriage Announced Announcement IK>S been made of HID ninrriage c f M| SS Nannie liyrd Hoppi'r, danjjlil^- of Mr. i-.nd Mis, K W. Hopper to Alfred Wayne Wi'.st. son ,;f Mr. and Mrs. J. W. West of clear Lake. •Ihc wedding was solemnized Kridiiy. Nov. £9, „(, u, ( . home ol tin- Rev. II. w. Woolen, im.stor of Clrar Lake HapllM church. '1 hennas C. Hopper, brother of the- bride, and Mrs. Hopper served as atU'iiduiils. Mrs. West wore a uray and hrown wool suit with a cui'.siiKc of gardenius. Mr.s. West iittendiid lilythcville Ilinh School. Mr. V Vest attended .schools in Arkadelpliia and served ihiiiy mf.nlhs in the Seabces with two years overseas .service in the Philippines. Since his discharge he has been engaged wilh his father in fanning. They wilt make their home with iiis parents. Presbyterian Group Mccls for Business First Presbyterian Anxillavy yesterday afternoon at the church fui a business session, preiidua over by Mrs. c. M. Gray Airs. Leslie Hooper led 'the devotional taken from the third chapter of John. Plans were nuuie for the Clmtt- mas pageant, to be given Sunday Dec. 15. and the foreign mi.isnn study for January was disyisvil The .subject of Ihe sliuly will be ; Mis s While Entertains ,a Nucvc Bridge Club . purchated a lot at 1125 Chlck.i: sawba. on which construction of a I new house is expected to begin in ; i-arly January. I,:i Nucvc Club and a guest. Mrs. Cecil Branson, were entertained last night, by Miss Veguy While • at her home. ' ' : Mrs. Colemah Stevens won high : ____^^^_^ j score during Ihe 7>::dge games and ', i Miss Mary Adah Robinson won; ( THE ]5KAUTY CLINIC Read Courier News w'iu'.t Afls. Mrs. Fendler Hostess To Double G. Club Mrs. Oscar Fendler was hostess! iast night to the Double O Uh,<j | and two guests. Mrs. M. O Usrey i Jr. and Mrs. James cTuard. Mrs ! Blcan Heath won high s=o;'e and Mrs. Robert A. Porter, second , course was served Visitor Complimented Mrs. Oeil Juincs relumed to her home In Greenfield. Tenn., Monday after vlsitinis here with Mr. and Mrs. NewKm Whitis and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Warren. Mrs. James was complimented Friday nUjht «ilh n bridge party ; given by Mr.s. Whitis and Mrs. Warren at the Wurre:- home. Arrniiiiemcnts of Autumn flow- ; ers provided the sfltliiij' where the sanies were played and the guests lisilccl vjlh Mrs. James A ijlft was presenleil to tho guest of honor anil to Mrs. James yen v who won high score and Mrs. : Worth Holder who won yecond. A dc.ssert course was served * - - f Dr. Skaller Buys Home; ' To Resume Practice Hcre\ Dr. Maja L. .Skaller will return lo Blytheville to re-open' his med- j ieal practice ;ifte^ spendini! ihtj past six months in" Corpus Chrisii. '. Texas. Dr. mid Mrs. Skaller and ' daughter. Joy, are expected lo ar- ' rive tomorrow or Friday. : They plan to make their home | here. As a lenipornry residence licjiding building of a new house. Dr. Skaller has purchased a hoiis? at 201 West Vine. He has also i M.»rf»«t Own Smith, Owner 1st Nat'l Bank BM». phooe n?4 3 EASY THE TO LENGTHEN YOUR GAR BO GREYHOUND CO CRiYHOUND CO GREYHOUND Xmas Special tree Manicure with each PERMANENT or FACIAL from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21st. Cold Waves S10 _ 5J5 •Pi-rmaneiil .... U! , House' of Shaw SO Dli Cull .'i,'{02 for Aonoinl- menls. Arties Beauty Shop YOUNG MOTHER '• —•••••••••—•i Relieve, clis- trcssof baby's cold while liesleeps Rub on Vicks VanoKub at bed- lirne. Soothes, > m _ .„ i-qlievesd.ii'iurc l/ICKS V VAPOR UK . Try it! ttewteWiake. POP CORN BALIS Tun. Pop Coin'.'] 1h« ruoil deliclou] pop com Vver gio-vM. Setback <J can lor best t.1 oil t«cip«i loz pop <•"•- baLU and caimel c< ITaiv lo make! For Him or Her Gift Suggestions Royal Typewriter (Early Delivery) Desk Accessories ('liaiv (,'usliion — \V;tste liaskel STATIONERY I'ersiiniili/.ecl By I'r'mfinn II' Desired Bible, Scrap,Book, Album, Leather Brief Case, Smoking Pouch Christmas Cards Still Time for 1'rint.inir IT Desired Norcross Greeting Cards Samuel F. Norris HUNTING Office e? — Typewriters Formerly Acton's Acruss From City Hall SALE ABSOLUTELY FIRST OFFERING Finest Business Sites just North of City Limits on Highway 61 — and Desirable Tracts for Subdividing. Water, Lights. Telephone Available Also have GO A Fine Farm Land, with Improvements, ail- jnining City Limits on Enst Side Division Street. • For Full Information Wrile or Wire I'M) ROGERS, 1512 Alamo National Building, Sun Anlunio, Texas PERMANENTS Oil of Tuliinrood JJJ.^Q Marcellina Crentc $3.50 FOR CHRISTMAS Itcvlon Cifl Htis Helene Curtis Cold Waves Hermetic Cosmetic*! The Beauty Bar Phone ;}2<y> (ih'iu-oe Hoi,-] Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES S3.95 The Tot Shop •continuous Shows Every Day Bo* Office Opens I :*• Show SlsriK 2-an LISTKN TO KLCN Last Time Today Breakfast in Hollywood \vilh Ttim Bronnan :iud Raniln Granvillc Selected Short Suliject Continunus Showing Kveryilay Thursday and Friday M-O-M's Srlectcd Short Subjects Continuous Showing: Everyday ,..AND SAVE MONEY DOING IT / Your car will last longer and your dollars will go farUier, if you travel the comfortable, carefree Greyhound way. You'll ride relaxed, free from every driving strain. And you'll save money too, because Greyhound fares arc still at their low pre-war levels. So go Greyhound—for pleasure and profit. GREYHOUND ANSWEK1NG YOUR Jjjifi I QUESTION . ^^ C O l^D D I R R V VETS AND It El* EAT Kit PENCIL SET: ip Skylincr "Cold Derby N It : s ba, : '- chis Ti somely irinnncd with i.| karat gold filled crowns AIIC! bands. Modern plastic barrels come in a choice ot srnari colors. Both pen and pencil hnvc al! ilie exclusive Evcrsli.irp k-aturcs for _,: finer writing. Magic Feed . . . Magic Point . . . Majjic Button ( Yet. you get both the F.versli.irp "Gold Derby" pen and matching <x ^Fcntliciweight Repealer Pencil (or only $i.|.75 plus federal tax. . Compare! .Comparison proves . . EVERSHARP J/te fi Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store TU,YTHKV1U,E, ARK. Boi Office Opens 6:45 Saturday. Opens Bnnday l:Ufl; Start* 1:11 Contlnaam Shows Sat. mnd 8mm. Bari»ln Nigh I Every Nleht Exc«»t Honored on the Korr. Time Today DOUBLE FKATUHE Pillow to Post uitli Ttla I.uphtn and Sydney Grrcuslrcot Gypsy Wildcat with Maria Monte/ and .Ton Hull Thursday and Friday ' OiWSESEATOH •>— K^XlirWIUIMIPCnH Sflcclcil Short Subjects

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