The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Music Students )PUy At CJinstrnas Party Reel t» Is / and Christmas parties were combined when Mr. and Mrs. Dalton 'C.'FowUton entertained p,i- ])ils of the Fo^lston School of Music and -their-. parents nnd a tjrouiJ of friends in two affairs Saturday afteinoou and last night, nt the Woman's Club. The club room had been traiv;- foim°d Into a Christmas scene toy greenery massed - on • the I'nnflfc). where red' candles glowed, the open fire, red 'Christmas bells on the light fixtures:and the refreshment, tables. Red candles, ; ainid garlands of grcerwy,-.- formed the centerpieces of the tables from which the pupils served "refreshments bf Ice cream nncl cookies to the 115 present on the two occasions. The' recital last night incliuhd appropriate -Ynlettde numbers y;lth Mclba Pryor playing "The Nlgnl Before Christmas" as Nancy Hamilton read the poem. Jim Lancashire played the pin no solo "March of the Musketeers" before Judy Thompson and Billic Site Thomas of Osceola snng the ducts "Once Long ABQ," an old Boh'>mi:m rarol.-and "At the Cradle" by CPU- Ear Prank. Nancy Hamilton played the "Bread and Butter Waltz" i>y Mozart r.r.ct Joan TricSchmimn "Chanson" Frlinl. Peggy McMullln sane "Wltliont a Song" by Vincent Youmons, nnd "To You" by Richard Strauss. ttreig's "Concerto" was played by June Stires nhd Nancy Pnrlloiv plajed "Walts!-- by ' Chopin. Cnrul Evans' solos were "None But ihc Lonely Heart" by Tschalkowsky, and "The Evening Star" by Wagner. Mozart's "Soiin In Jir First Movement" was played by Gay Garii- gan and Joan Laney of Oscrola song "O Holy Night •• by Adams and "He Shalf Peed Ills Flock Come Uut,o -Me" by ftiiiidol. VV. U Homer Jr.;. played "Rondo" by Beethoven and -Mary Ann Paiks snnjp-sioveljg'5 Song" Grelg and 'If r Loved iVou" byltlchai-a Kd'- crs. A voice Suet " Wanting You" by Miss Talks unci Mr. Fowlston. for which Mrs. Fowlston also was accompanist. concluded the program. Beginners and intermediate n'ipils made up Saturday's afternoon program of entertainment li> which ilie . rhythm pre-school 'age children was featured. Members of tills class opened tli- program with rhythm matches nnd songs in .which -.Minerva. Jo Boiji>n Linda Jrtggers, Janet Young. Nancy Bogan. Mary Tarva Stevenson Lucy Caudill, David Burnett, .Billy Mo- Daniel^ took pai-iX. '-. "ft •• , • THfe* )x>yfi-nkirt';|fli-U' piayc&plind -selections: Betty 'Lou Tomlinson •l-ap.v Mary" and -''A Birdie With a Yellow Bill"; Mai-tlia Ann White 'Little Grey Owl"; John Mnrk Stewart, "Three Little kittens- Eva Lee Graves and Roger Sudburv » duet, "Santa's Sleigh." Nancy Miller, a voice and throw Pupil, sani- "Little Yellow BIr;i" and "My Pony." These piano x numbers followed- Patsy Caldwell "Jingle Bells'- Ann Hmdmnu-"o Come AH Ye Faithful"; Dora Bernlce Wvlie '"Anrcls from the. Realms of Glory"' Carol Ann Holt "O Come Little ChildreV M x«!T, A "" Fostcr " II C "" 1D "I'"' 1 a Midnight Clear" nnd "We Thivp Ivincs. " Others W i, 0 performed v.-eie' Slanley Zellner. who played "Gmi llest You Merry Gentlemen" and Shepherd's Story"; jj mmy Cn |. n" S « J ?, y to the World " an <l "Deck the Halls"; Nita Rose Hall, •• Fl , ir N,V! H i aV '' : ' ; nll<i ' Volly 01<l s «'»' Nicholas"; Patsy Cbltwood "Silent Night": Billy Jo Browning "Sanr- tissimn"; Pat -Hay ;- A way In the Manner"; Winifred, Kenw.'ight "Th* '' " The story. of "Nutcracker SMUP" was narrated by Murray sinn-t ± l ! le f ° llowl »B Ptono y ,,umte« were played: Mary Michle "Overture ; Emily Sue Damon "MnrcV" Murray Smart "Russian Dance " : " ueo K™ C £ re . Chincsc Dance" nnd Pi^f H'niJman "Dance of Reed The program was concluded vilh a duet ••Yulelide Bells" plaved by Kay and Sue Jobe. " Calvary Baptist WMU Has Program During Meeting Woman's Missionary Union nf Calvary 'Brptlst Church met for programs and business session yesterday, afternoon with circle Ono meeting with Mrs. Curtis Freeman and Circle-Two wilh Mrs. D, L. WolKttr. Mrs. J R. L. Sanders opeiiwl the meeting of Circle One with prayer OJid Mrs. James England led the devotional. After the business session conducted by Mrs. Sam McOee, a program was presented by Mrs. Roy Smith, Mrs. Harry Burnett, Mrs. P. Tl. Jcrnlgnii. Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. McGeo, Mrs. Jernlgau diSr missed the group with prayer. Mrs. Darrcll Lunsford presided over the business meeting of Circle T\vo wliltii was opened with prayer by Mrs. Carrie prultt. Mrs. Vcrnou Boyd was In charge of the program with Mrs. Prultt giving the devotional. Those participating on the program- included Mrs. Lunsford, Mi.-,. Henry Mi-Cain. Mrs. Webster. Mrs. Boyd. Mrs. P. II. Brown dismissed the group with prayer. 'Both groups met for a social hour when refreshments were served by the hostesses. Robin Gill Complimented With Dinner Party At Dell Miss Robin Gill, bride-elect 01 Tommic Bennett o[ Dell, was honored with a dinner Friday nli;ht at the Nolen home in De'll with Mrs. E, W. Nolcn, Mrs. James Tidwell, Mrs. William Kerner and Mrs. Helen Armstrong Sanders, hostesses. The 30 guests were served from five .'.mail tables with the guest of honor and members of the family served from the dining table dec-orated with t; centerpiece of white carnations flanked-by white tapers in crystal holders. Miniature brides were used at each place as favors. After the dinner the guests play ed games of rummy nnd bridge in the living room of the home. Mrs. Ertith George won high score in the bridge games, Mrs. K. K. Crawford won second, and Miss Gil] won high in the rummy games. The bride-elect was presented a gift by the hostesses. Betty Sue Maxwell Wed To Jonesboro Student Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Maxwell announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty Sue Maxwell to Palmer Smith of Jonenboro, son of Mr. and'Mrs: E. B. Smith Sr., of Fine Bluff. The (jbublif ting ceremony was solemnized' Nov. 28, -at 1 p.m., at the. ; .Ma*wellv')iome by' 1 the Rev. H. 1. Robison; pastor of Gosncll Methodist Ohiu'ch. Only members of the Immediate families and n few close frieijds were present. Mrs. w. "C. Maxwell, slster-ln- law of the bride served a s matron of honor and Eugene B. Smith Jr.. of Joiiesboro, was his brother's best man. An Informal wedding reception immediately followed the wedding. Mrs. Eugene B. Pmlth Jr., and Mrs. W. c. Maxwell assisted nt the refreshment table. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith will msk« their home at 1922 Aggie Road, Jonesboro.-wliere they will continue their studies at- Arkansas Slate College. • • • Baptist Clmrch Class Has Christmas Program Dorcas Class of First BaiiMsi Church met Friday afternoon for a Christmas program and business cession at the church. Singing of "Joy to the World" opened the meeting. Mrs M. w. Lewis gave the devolional tnken fixnn the eighth chapter of Luke and Mrs. Arthur Hushing oflerai prayer. Mrs. R. L. needci- read tne Christmas story "Gift of the Magi," wilh Mrs. J. D. Atkins closing the program with prayer. Afler, a short business session conducted by Miss Cordelia wn- hite. Christmas gifts were exchanged and the group met icr an informal party. Mrs. J. D. Atkins and Mrs. J. T. Ashley sen-en the refreshments. Mrs. Copeland Entertains Jolly Eight Club Members Mrs. R. c. Copelaud was hostess Thursday aflernooii ( o members of Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. Vcra Davis won high score, Mrs. T. O, llucy. second and Mrs. Helen Wren, roofco. A de-Ken course was served after (he games. • • Son Born To Chamblins The Bon born Dec. 2 at FayelU:- vlllc to Mr. and Mrs, Jack Oham- ulln has been named Jeffrey Kirk- soy Chamblln. They have uii'JllvM- son, Jay, who Is two and a hull Mrs. Chamblln Is the runner M!^ Jackie McGhee. Mr. Chamblln, son at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Clmmblln, Is a (student tlic Uiilvt-iKUy (it Arkansas. • • • Mrs. Elkins Hostess To C. B. C. Rook Club Mrs. o. O. Hlklns was hostess to the c. II. c. Club Krlday al'lci noon fur a covered dish hmclu-on. Mrs. j D. Smith was guest of the club. irlne the rook yiuncs thai, j followed Mrs. Alvln Hardy won high sctjie, Mrs. Leon Schci-Jr won second and Mrs. Cornelius Schnror. rooko. Refreshments were 1 ;.crv<><i nflcr (lie; games. • • • Baptist YWA Meets With Gertrude Hoover Miss Gertrude Hoover entertained 14 members of the Baptist Yttiiuu Women's Association ' last nlghl. Mr.-i. Ebb Carson discussed the- fiftli chapter of Foreign Mission of Ixittle Moon during the study session. The [rroup was dismissed with prayer. • • » Lake Street WSCS Meets At Church for Program Luke Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service met nt the church yesterday afternoon for -a program with Mrs. Iverson •Morris dlrectlnu. "World Federation of Methodist .Women" was the subject of the 'progcnm which was presented by Mrs. C. M. Buxter. Mrs. A. L. Rca- Kan, Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs. George Crews, Mrs. Liicey Gordon Mrs. .H. II. nlevins. Mrs. Joe Strickland. Mrs. w. B. Mayo Mrs. George ' W. Stllwell conducted the business session. Mrs. Rcngnn closed the meeting with prayer. • « * Shirley Barham Homed On College Honor Roll Miss Shirley Bavhnm was llsli-tl on the mid-semester academic hmior foil nt William Woods Colleco, Fulton. Mo., where she is n senior stu- dciit. Miss Barham Is the t'.rund- dauuhtev of Mr. and Mrs Geor-'e W. Uarhinn. ' ° Son Born This Morning A son was born this mornliii/ niylhevllle Hospital 1 0 Mrj. Billie Sliillli Weathers and John' o Weathers. Condition of the mother today was believed satisfactory. The baby was been named James Owen, with .James for Mra Weathers' fattier, j_ Hayinond Smith, Mrs. Weathers and son »;ji make their home with Mr. mm Mrs. Smith, 200 East Kentucky. At The Hospital; Hlythrvllle Hospital Admitted: Eugene Quarles, city. Mrs. Jack Oalncs, city Arlc-lla Butler, Armorel. Mrs. I. II. Olej))], Cooler, Mn. .1. W. Turnage. Haytl, Mo. Horn to Mrs. Billle .Sinltli Wc-alh- crs, city, and John O. Weathers, city, a son today. Dismissed: ' Mrs. Louis Phillips and Iratiy, city. Cleorge Spaeth, fity. Mrs. llolniid Warrlnijton and Ija- Ijy, city. Mrs. i.udle snillli, city. Witlls llospilul Admitted: C. II. Lev/is, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Daniel Giiynian, Manila. Mrs. Dehnar I.lnd.sey. Stcele, Mo! Mrs. Ix?na Boyd, city. Madge Dolores Downing, city. Dismissed: Mrs. J. Fan-Is McCalla, city. Mrs. Alma Ray, Osceola. Mrs. E. H. Newton and baby. Ca- riithersvlllc, Mo. Mrs. Phelan Barber and t-iib'v Kclscr. Rula Bisho)), city. Jackie Taylor. Steete, Mn. Mrs. Walter Harrell. city. Chester IHirnhain, -West Mem- plils. Mrs. "W. T. Cupitt and baby, 'Osceola. Sleinpliis Baptist Hospital Admitted; . Mrs. J. A. Vnndy, Lcachville. Memnbl.s Motliodist Hospital Admitted: Carolyn Dunegan, Osceola. Reece School Has Benefit Supper for Cage Team \ Recce School was u,{> scene Fil- 'day night for a Pie Supiwr spon- son-d by the school fo,- the flt or (lie Boys Basketball team. The $120 collected during the supper will be used for equipment for the team. During a beauty ronlest held In connection with Hie event, Miss Betty Jane Wilson Was presented a dresser set as first place prize, • Carl Dcnton the auctioneer. Mrs. Kershaw Visits Here Before Leaving tor Guam Mrs. Robert Waddlngton Kern m' J f' n! , Bel ' k - ele y- a»'l OaWniid. Calif., Is visiting |,ere with friends and relatives before returning to California where s |, c w ||| s ,,n m ate Doc-ember for Guam 1.0 join hi;r husband, Lt. Robert w Kcr- .sliaw who is with the 20th Air ll.-ulenaiit and -Mrs Kershaw foram-ly lived | M Blythevlll.. -wi , n A'' lvas * ta "?'; tl " «t the Ulyihevllle Army Air Field. Sorority Plans Christmas Gifts for Negro Child, cr, l'hiix arc IX-IIIK n m( | c ( o provide- Oirlstmns joy to nndcrprivHpgHl Nt-gro children of niylhevllle by "if Bfta Slyma Phi Sorority. The party will be Held DCC. 20th at the Member, of the sol - 01 .| t j, wcfc kt'd K, bring gif (s tn tl f e ch||) rocm by Thursday n i H i, t jt „,., boon ii.momiced by Mrs. Tien It pi?- dmon an,, Mrs. Jolln p.'VlPWs tali'Imcnt, Bits of News Presbyterian Junior Choir Has Party in Osceola Mrs. w. L. Homer and Miss Jenn Sai'ber were hostesses for a skat- Ing party in Osceola last Tuesday night, honoring members of • the Junior Choir of First Presbyterian Church here. After skating the group went to the Rustic Inn for dinner. Those attending were Vivian Taylor. Mary jo Baton, John Cli-"-l'-s White, Flippcn Whltner, Adam Taylor, Tommy Hartzog, Billy Crowdcr, Robert wiUIngham, • WiV- 1 Hum Taylor. Lonia'• HOrner, Linda Taylor. Gloria Tale, Peggy Desfcln. Maxine atufford, Ann Hester, Peg- By Mask, Millie Ann Brt.dley. Jim- mle Diiffiiii/ton and Jesse Wolf. Accompanying the group were Mrs. L. S. Hartzog, Mrs. E B Spradley and the Rev. Harvey G. o. Poetz and B. j. Allen went n Little Rock yesterday afternoon, >.v plane to attencl tlio meeting of -lie Arkansas OH Dealers there to- • Mrs. A. B.. Fowler Is critically ill ut the home of her daughther, Mrs M L. Goodwin, having been stricken with paralysis Saturday nt home _'«!'. nnd Mrs. H. C. Blankenship „•«'.. and daughter. Linn Lee hrve inovcd to their new home. 708 Clni'k, ' Mrs. Penvl Hires will leave Friday for union City. Tenn.. where She will visit with her -laughter Mrs. J. w. Dunn and family. Major and Mrs. Robert H. D;jke and baby, Maryllyn Ann, left Monday to spend the Christinas nun- days with Ills parents, Mr. :nu Mrs. R. o. uukc-of cleasoii, Teiin.. and with her parents. Mr. iinci Mrs. w. I). Clement of i>.ins. Tonn. Ca])t. and Mrs. William Norton and son, Ntcki, arrived yesterday morning from Scott • Field. JH.. to visit here with her parents, Mr! and Mrs. Ross Stevens. Caplani Norton will leave after several v.ceKS 'for overseas service ai>c Mrs. Norton and son will msiKo their home here. Mr, and Mr.-,. Warren .lackson have returned from Hatesvuic where they attended Ilie tuncra! yesK-rday of Mrs. Ja< ksmri m om- <-r, Mrs. T. j. Junes — Comint? Events WEDNESDAY The Altar .Society of Pilgrim Lutheran Chiirch will meet at 1:3!) li.m. at home of Mrs. George Mc- r,?ocl. 1300 west Holly lor completion of V.TJIK on altar ami pulpit cloths. Sudliury !>:irei>t Teacher's Association will inert nt the school at '.'. p.m. preceded, by c::eeutive l)o->-' mwtiiu; at 2:3o p.m. Chapter I), Pl-:o fiisterhood will meet nt the hotni; of Mrs. J. A. J.ipc-h for a' Chri.'itmaji jjnrty at I p.m. TIIUII.SI3AY Mrs. •]-. w. f.iofoHh will be hostess to ,|olly Klj.;hl Club. City Council nl' Beta Sii'ma. Phi will in,<el nl 7:30 p. .»., at '-!i:ij room. I.ndics Bible class of'First M"Hi- odlst Clmrih will hai-e a coveri-ti dish mippn-' and Christmas parly at li p in. nl church. riilelis Clas:i, First 'la;}!.ist Clmrcli will' nVeet nl 7 p m. .it ti;e home of Mrs. W. M." Willi'ipis 1306 West Main for regular mim'.n- ly supper party. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1Q4G News Want Ads. 1 Reserve Officers to Hear Jonesboro Man Members of the Mississippi County Reserve Officers Association wli me?l lonight at 7:30 In the An;ho:u Huiidiny. Guest speaker will be Mai 13. j. llussey, of the Joueslwi-o heiKlfiu.irtei-s of (he association, who will «pt'iik on Ihc activation "f 11 It'.srrve Officers null fo Blythevllli and vicinity. All ox-Army officer-: wlu-dier or not membes of the Re- servc-. have IH.TII invited '.o (he tnri-lJn;;. Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES S3.95 The.. Tot Shop Grimes' in Florida In announcing the birth yesterday 01 a (laughter lo C:tpl,'. and Mrs. R. z. Giinies. it was stated that ihc child wus born in the PERMANENTS Oil of Tulipwofl{] j(j t r;Q Marcullirm Crotnc $3.50 FOR CHRISTMAS Ittvlon Oift Sets llflnne Curtis Cold Waves Hermetic CoimitUU'S The Beauty Bar Phono 3202 Glcncnc Hotel 9T»»DA*DC*Kor CO. CHOCOLATES NOTICE W* take great pleasure in announcing that Mr. Edward D. Tiibbs has joined our staff Mr. T«bbs is a native of Alabama and has had wide experience as designer artist in both the S«*iHi and Midwest. HEATOTS NOME OF FLOWERS ' 'THE MESSIAH" % C. F. HANDKI, Will be Presented by the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH December 15th at 4 o'clock Mrs. Wilson Henry, Director Mrs. John Cnndill, Organist this ad sponsored by E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY Xmas Special free Manicure with each PERMANENT Hair Sef or FACIAL from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21st. son AW AVaves S10 — $15 Crnquitrnolc S I'ernianenf ...... Mitchincless SC-TiO I'ei-niancnl .... 0 U p, House of Shaw SQ.Oti Facials ............ U C.ill :i.'i02 for Anpoinl- Arties Beauty Shop 313 N. 2nd MOST PRACTICAL GIFTS . . . mens HOUSE SLIPPERS In Hrown or AA'inc Si/en (i lo 12 S3.50 S3.95 S4.50 S5.00 So Nice to Come Home to Man, oli innn. lioro ; s COMFORT Ui ;; | you oft on ro;n! almut h u (: seldom oxparicnro. .Jnsl picture yourself sliding a tired foot into ;i soft, sniootli. fully-leather, lined dream . . . our dream slippers are tlic answer lo every man's prayer . . . un- , common romfor! ;i( thrift urice! THE FAMILY Phone 2342 STORE 312 West Main Street THE HBAUTY CLINIC M«r(ant UMD Smith, Owu«^ 1st N»f) Bank Bldf. Phone J«| Shoppisig o It takfs only '.', iniiuilos tn nueu a ('li.irgi; Acrounl FITZPATRiOK Jewelry Stores ISIylhcvillc. Ark. Osceola. Arti. Sikestnn, Jin. I'arasould, Ail.-. Continuous Show? Every Day Box Office Opens J :4» Show Sfarln 3:flf) LISTEN TO KI.CN 0^•t ».m. Il!:45 p.m. «:3» p., Tuesday with Turn Drake and Dnnnn Ilc,>,] SeicclVd Short Knliject Cnnliimoiis Slio«;ng liieryiiay AVcdncsilnv Thursday and j/riday Box Office Opjns 6:45 . Open* Snndij i : oo; Starts >:1I Con tin HODS Shows Sat. and gmn. • B*rc*in Night Every Ntjhi Ejcnpl Ufinorcd UE DvndAj at the Kowr. Tuesday and AVednrsday ItOUBT.K I'EATUIIE !, EDWARD 6. ROBINSOH7 ' ffj I JOHN WAYNE ANTHONY

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