The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
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(ARK.) COUKIER NEWS Presbyterian Circles Meet For Christmas Programs First Presbyterian Auxiliary met Monday afternoon in groups for Bl- ble Study- nnd Christmas parlies "Muring the Asocial hour. 7 Circle Two met with Mrs. H. H -T Houciitns with Mrs. F. U. Underwood; 'co-hostess. Mrs. C. M. Orr.j ^was a guest of the Circle. Mrs. !!<•;_ mon .carUori led the devotional find — was III charge of the program. Ten -yinemders were present. ^ Mr$."Jessc White and Mrs. Verr non .Thomasson were hostesses to -Circle.Three with Mrs. G. W. Hig:-gins leading the Bible study. Mv.« ~.Q. W.. plllalumty was in chaw of — ths program entitled "Finding thi •Sure : Way to Peace." '- Mrs. C. M. Gray and, Miss Mny ..Dlxori were hostesses Monday ntsjlit — to 24 members of Cii'cle Four. Duv- r-ing the Christmas program Mrs "Harvey Kidd gave the Christmas Story. Mrs. Hugh Hudson was - named chairman of Youth Project ' durinfe the business session. Miss "Mary Outlaw nnd Airs. Lucy Mf-Adams assisted with the program -Guests of the Circle were Mrs. Hcr- "shel Carter, Mrs. William Harrison ".'mid.Mrs. Kldd. * - » • "Woman's Club To Present -Christmas Program ^ A .Christmas program will be - presented by the Woman's Club .-'Friday afternoon at the Club on,: "West' Main for members and lot..the public. — Mrs. Jesse While will bo in .'^charge of the program which will ."include singing of Christmas enrols —by the High School OIcc club Bunder the direction of Mrs. Wilson 1 .Henry. A Christinas story will bo -•told by Mis. Lloyd Slickmnn. ~ The public Is Invited lo nttenn, '.Ttlifs program, Mrs. E. R. Blomeycr.* —president, has announced. -Mrs. Barksdale Hostess •"To Royal Neighbors - Royal Neighbors of America met - Monday nighl at the home o] 'Mrs. J. D. 'Barksdnle on aari'loia - Road for a regular business EC!:- sion hnd for the election of ON "ficers. Mrs. Bnrksdale was named Coracle, Mrs. R. A. Copclniut, vice-oracle; Mrs. Harry ORle. recorder; Mrs. Pearl Hires, past oracle; Mrs. LEdna V. Burns, receiver; Mrs. Fannie Alexander, chancelor; Mrs. _'Lillie B. Sisk, Mrs. Leon ScVicrer, ;' assistant marshals; Mrs. Alice -Foster, Mrs. Norma Lcggllt. Mrs. .JRose Saliba, malingers; Mrs " December Bride December bride Is Mrs. George Barnes Crook who 'was befov.-. her marriage Saturday, Deo. 1, Miss Betsy Buchanan, daughter of MI- and Mrs. w. E. Buchnnnn. Mr. and Mrs Crook will make their '.IOPI- -u 1131 West Wuhuit. —Foster, auditor uphysician. Dr.' D. L. Boycl, _ During the social hour icfrr-sh- •-ments were served by the hnstcss. * * • Informal Parly Given •By Mrs. H. Humphreys Mrs. Henry Humphreys enter- tained 20 guests last night for a "party when gay Christmas decora- ;. tions of holly and mistletoe heralded the approaching holiday sea- ~ Assarted party sandwiches nnd individual cakes were served with • coffee when the group gathered '_ informally in the living room of .. the Humphreys home. 819 West • Main. 2_ During a novel contest, conduct~ c d'by Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Mrs. T. • H..Caraway was presalited a gift -• lor- first prize. "• » « % ^Mrs. Langston Hostess "To Town, Country Club -- Mrs. Clco Langston was hostess -yesterday afternoon at her home ~ on. Barficld Road to the Town nnd Country Club and three guests. Mrs - R. L. Banister, Mrs. W. M. McKen^ zie and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. '_ Light refreshments were wired - after the bridge games. Mrs. LanR- "ston won high score and Mrs. Ban:_ ister won second. Games' Parents .of Son A son was born this morning :tt Blythevllle Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines. He has been nuiiK-ii Marcus Richard Gaines. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaines have two other children, Bertha Aim, and Coin Loins". * * $ Roys Parents of Son A son wns born this morning at Walls Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison Hoy. Their first child, he has been named .lar.ics Morrison Hoy Jr. Mrs. Roy is the former Miss EM- l:uie Trimble, daughter or F?deval Judge and Mrs. Thomas C. Trim- morel High School for' the basketball nnd football teams. The bancjuet, sponsored by R. W. Nichols, superintendent will be highlighted with the crowning or (he queens and the presentation ol a program. Lyninn Henscm will serve us master of ceremonies. Miss Stovall. daughter of Mr. nul Mrs. J. n. Stovall will have her maids, juaiiila Hynim, Nell Moore and Inez Lesley. Miss pcn- ilngton. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. M B. pennington. chose as her naids, Msicklc Nell Cooper. Geor- , Sin Webb, and Mary Anna Unbbs. | GiiL'sts also will include members >f the faculty. Jusl Received From DANIEL GREEN That Famous "COMFY" FELT HOUSE SLIPPER In Rose, Royal Blue and Taupe with soft padded soles ble ot Lonoke. D. C. Neals Are Parents A daughter was horn Tii-v'ay night to Mr. and Mrs. D. c. Niril at Memjiliis Methodist Hospital. The baby has been named Mary CaUir-r- ine. Mr. Ncal relumed yest"r<Uy from Memphis 'wliere he had been since Tuesday. The Neals also have a year-old son. Local Guests Attend Leachville Luncheon 111 Leachville loday for n lunch* eon being given by Mrs. Robert Pierce, the former Miss Dorolhj Robinson, are Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. Robert A. Porler. Mrs. Hiali S. Heath. Miss Jane Branson :;nd Miss Frances Liltle. Queens at Armorel High To Be Crowned at Banquet Alfreda Ktovnll will be crowned senior queen of Armorel High School and Daisy Belle Ponniiij;- ton, junior queen, at a banquet to be held tomorrow night at Ai- Bits of News Mostly Pe*4otia.l Mr. am! Mrs James Hill j,. . u ,,, Mr. and Mrs. 1C. !i. Thomas"l,!iv<- •eluriu'd from New York City where lliey spent several oavs Mr. Hill and Mr. Thomas r.tU'iwu the convention of the ,\t- sociiilion of Manufacturers us ri•!>- esentntivds of Arkansas-Mls.«iiri 1'owei- Company after Mr. and MIS Hill had been to Hosion for Mrs! Hill to have a checkup. j.| C( . (: , M - THURSDAY, DKOKMHRR 12, 104fi opera- di\ in Memphis. Scientists Named To Atoms Board President Announces Appointment of Nine To Important Agency WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. (UP) — President Truman today inaiigur it rV n isfiv peacetime phase o! the iiu.inl:: cm by appointing nine lead iiHl scientists as iidvisers to tlie Civilian Atomic Energy Coinmis- sioli. The commission, headed by David E. Lllleiuliul, win take over control of the nation's $1,400,000.000 atomic energy plants fram the arrnv on Jan. I. TiVc scientists named by Mr. Tru- inau \vJll, he said, advise the cotn- ( mission on peacetime application ot I moult? energy in such fields as biology, medicine, geology, iniijing, and the social sciences. The advisory commuice '.vns set up under the atomic energy act of IMS. U was this act which authorized creation of the powerful flve- :iian atomic commission which now will .seek means of turning the m".\- energy from war to peacetime The advisory committee will in- J.imc.s B. Conant, president of Hiirvaixl University and chairman M| the National Defense Research ConmiiHce. | A. Dubridgf, president of j '.lie California Instiiuie of Tech- Kiiriso Fci-mi, professor of physics. I •£•' Fashions * dllion, following a. major lion for a hip injury, was safs- factory but she will return :n Mnrch for another checkup. Mrs. j. B. Anderson underwent an appendectomy yesterday nl'tcr- noon at Walls HospitHl. Mrs. Anderson Is the former MLSS Joan 1 amb. daiijfluoi' of Mr. niul Mrs 11. N. Lamb. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Bryant.- Mrs. loui c c tiacko, Mrs. M. Emde and Mrs. ,1. H. Elkins spent Sunday in spent yester- . , , - „ ' ' iMi!K:y reruu, t>roiessor Ol pnysics, I ours 1 ncll of Memphis is vis-! Univnrsiiv of Chicago, winner of ilin^ here with hi.s brother j I, "- - - - - Tuicll . ' ' C I (IMS Wilson nf Memphis w;r here usterday because of the -u rious illness of his sister M;. Brownie .\vilson Storey. , the Nobel pi-izs in physics. I J. R. Oppcnheimcr, professor of j theoretical physics. University ol | California, and wartime director of Los Alamos (N. M.) Laborator- \ ii's f'f the Armj-'s Manhattan fatosn Nancy Hughes went lo Tal- ': boii.b) Engineer District. hilah. La., yesterday to spend «•> - j I- I Rabi," professor of physics. I'l-al days as guest of a schooling to' Columbia university, winner of the al Southwestern. Mein]>hl s , sii.? ( yrh:>l f>" 7 ' c in physics. plans lo rcMsrn Wednesday. ' Hartley Howe, vice president and Mrs. Thoir.ns c. Trimble of Ui"- • <'bief engineer of tlie United Fruit oke ari'ived heft today to be with ' Co - nnti engineering adviser and -—..-.„. ..^ uv vvltll her daughter, Mrs. James M. ROY TIKI infant son, James Jr. Coming Events PRIUAY _ lt . Woman's Club will meet at Ihc-isi'.os Laboratory. consultant to the Manhattan Dis- Glenn T. Seaborg, professor of c'liemistry. Unives'.sity of California. Cyril Stanley Smith, director of ihr institute of metals. University ' of Chicago, formerly in charge of metallurgical work at the Los Ala- house nt 2:30 p. in. ,,. .... , Hood Worthington, chemical en- Alpha Delta chapter of Hpia I Riiu'cr for E. I. du Pont de Nemours Sigma phi will meet at 1:30 p.'in. land Co. in the club room. Mrs. John.- R i Fields will he hostess '.' \ Some insects cannot move about, Mrs. Leon Scherer will entertain I !int ' "Hist spend their life rooted the C. U. C. Club with a pot-lik-k luncheon and Christmas party; SATURDAY Mrs. B. A. Lynch will be IIOSVSB to the American Axsocialion . r,i University Women at her home, 1115 West Mnin. for a lea honor-1 ing college graduates, 3 p. m. '' Human beings aro attacked itv tile "flying cockroaghes 1 - v,fth which many vessels in the South Soa s are infested. I.- to one spot. At The Hospitals i Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. W. R. Middle-ton, HI. 2. city. Wesley Solomon, Carutliersville Mo. iBorn to Mr. and Mrs. James Ray, city, a son this morning. Born lo. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ouymnii, Manila, a slaughter last night. Dlsmi.s.sed: Jess Northern, Hermondale. Mo. Mrs. O. R. Littleton and baby ' Carutlier.sville. Mo. " | C. H. l/?wis, city. Donald Clicrcpski. city. lilythcvlllc Ilnsjiital Admitted: Joyce Virginia Mi-Kay, cilv. Williain young. Dell. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gaines, r ity. a son this morninc Dismissed: I'.i'tly liurnett. Brasgadotic. Mo C. R. Msddox. city. Mrs. Murray Caperton. Vasc-ola Mo. ^Icmiiliis Itanlist IIiKpilal A.dmilled: Mrs. H. P. Adams, Keiser. Mrs. Joe Isaacs, city, Memphis Mellmdtst llnspHnl Admitted: Mrs. H. B. Lnncsrtou. Osronla B:>rn to Mr. and Mrs. D. c Nenl cily, n daiiKhtcr. Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES $3.95 The.. Tot Shop IVrcnnla! Peter Pan llvcn?d «'il!i tin intcn-stliiK laltirc - wnrk lujsoin frnnl anil a perky puff about llic clliovv is sliown above as plc- lurca in Hie Ortaber issue nf Good Christmas Special! 15.00 KiiyeUe \\avi; lil.OO Roil Miicliincless Crenit- IUCV1.0N GTFT SETS .Tnntccc Fra/.ier Opal B. IVvry JANIECE'S Beauty Shop Incrnni Illilff. Phone MflO $3.00 • • TIE'S vr&te/att CUPI9TMA9 : DANIEL GPECN9 Blum-Ease House Slippers 5- Red Klk with leal her sole, wool fleece \vilh (urn-tip eiiffs . .. FUZZIES Blue and pink Slides $4.00 Red and Blue with heels $4.50 "KISQUE" Hlack Rntin wilh wonVe Sole nnti hoc] . .' YELLOW SATIN will, leather soles "THE MESSIAH" , I!y fj. F. HANDF.l, will be Presented by the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH December 15th at 4 o'clock Mrs. \\iknn .Henry, Direclor .Mrs. .|<>||n. raudill, Orsanisl this ad sponsored by -^* a4 ** M * aifcBr - V '-" -i^5 MEAD'S I2J MAIN ITHIIT other big game species In this re- .specl. Karly Golf liulls Golf brills w ere made of leather stuffed with "as many feathers as a hat will hold." until 1848, when the gutia percha bail' was introduced. Although based on observations and calculations of astronomers, our calendar of today Wlls devised Tweed that looks like . shown above as pictured in the Nu- vember issue of Good Housekeeping magazine, will keel, you warm am! comfortable no matter how low tbt mercury sacs. Available in browi. with blue or'ros*. Antelope range the open prairie [ almost exclusively, being unlike j H Isn't too lute i' ( , have CHRISTMAS CARDS PRINTED one iluy service [Immsh Saturday, Dec. 21 Attractive Cards Reasonable I'liiin or Trliiled SAMUEL F. NORRIS Printing Office Supplies — Kfaficini'ry formerly Actnn's Across from City Hail A New DRESS SLIPPERS for the Holidays In TWEEDIES Alluring Footwoar TOE I! Black Patent Vintylile, higli licel Sandal 4A ic B $8.95 D /V f IHHiriE'S fru c» E ac _ f *» «=» ^ TO before the Invention of (he scoj)e. Id Read Courier News Want Ads. THE I5BAUTY CLINIC Margaret Oftn Smith, Owner 1st N.t'I Bank Bid* phone 5374 PERMANENTS Oil of 'I'ulipivmxl jj Alurcrllina (.'ri'lne n, FOR CHRISTMAS Kcvlon Gif! Sels liclrne Curtis, Cold \Vayo S Dermelic Cosmolios The Beauty Bar Phone 3202 Glcmeoc ilotfl Shop APPLEBAUM'S For Quality Christmas Gifts tr^-*>>* ^>s ^ "BIG BUSINESS" Xmas Special free A'tcinicure v/iMi c«ch PERMANENT Hair Sot or FACIAL from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21st-. Cold Waves 51(1 — SIT. I'crnifinci'.t A In chin el ess S r,n "I'll House of Shaw SQ.OH.I Kaciiils W Ciill 31)02 for Appoinl- niciiis. Arties Beauty Shop '313 N. 2nd Continuous Shows Every Day BOK Of Her Ojir.ns 1 :*i Show Star la 2:flO LISTEN TO KLON D:M «.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3» p.m Tluirsii;iy ;uul Friday Something borrowed — a man's idea of ^ a suit for business or'i .~ casual wear. ..with ; so-femlnina sleeves, and buttons... \ bold, beautiful stripes In blue,; brown, grey, Stzes 9-15. ptl Short Subjects Continuous Klio\\:ng i t very day You'll Find Hunrtroils of Clirisltuns Gifl Kor l/adios and Misses Here IJoi Office Opens 6:45 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; 8(»rU 1:11 Contlnaom Bhoira S?t. >od Him. Bar tain Night Kvery Nlcht Except N» ymaci Honored oa the ROIT. Thursday anil Friday DOUBI.K FKATl'RK 101 L v v .. M U«^| _^g^ »r (cniHs «'«iit'jw"loiirs A UNIVtSSAl PKIURe Then There Were None willi Hurry I'ilzgeralil and

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