The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1946 · Page 2
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TWO BLYTIIEVILLB (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Shower Party Honors Two Bride-Elects Watching a bride - to - De oPen packages at ft,shower Is a pleasure sligieit by nil the eudhls and ; lost night there.V.-AS not one; bride-elect, but two, who received gifts at the party given in honor of Miss Nuncy Klrslmer, fiancee of- Cnief Petty Officer Trislcr of Corpus Cluisll, Texas, and Miss Margaret Slinvcr. bride-elecl of Joe pride Jr. The dessert' bridge party . was given by Mrs. Clarence 11. Wilson and daughter, Mrs. C, Q. Hiltner Church Choirs Will Present Handel's 'The Messiah' Sunday The story of the birth of Christ + will be told in song .Sunday u't\er- nooji when o. K. Handel's "The Mcssiiih" will be presented by ihe Hist Methodist Chiuvh Choir anil gue.st vocalists In the fltst of «• series of Chrlslmns musical programs lo be given this season by churches or Blythevllle. The program, to be held nl First Mis.'John M.-Haney and daughter, i Methodist Church. 1( t ^ o'clock, will Miss Frances McHaney. at the Wil-1 feflUll 'e voices from choirs 01 the Son'-Bitlner )icme. . | Methodist. First BiijiUsv mid First The six tables were arranged in Hie Ihree entertaining rooms, where the guests were served a dessert course upon their arrival al 8 .o'clock. Clusters of yellow .uom pom chry. .Kanthemuins were centerpieces of the tables and the places of J.ha two guests of honor' marked by miniature figures of bridal couples sUndmp: beneath wedding arches. Assisting in unwrapping of the attrai'tive assortment of ijifts were their mothers.-Mrs. n. F. Ktrshner :uirl Mrs. \V. W. Shaver. In the bridge 'games, Mrs. Wlllard I 1!. Pertsc won n set of nsh trnys for liigu score; Gee received' a oarcls for second Mrs. Everett double deck of high, and Uitrd high, a box of decorated packaged Christian churches and HIRh School a ciippr-lla rhoius. - Mr.s. Wilson Henry 1.4 director ol the jjvoup and Mrs. John Ciuidlli. organist. The program will open with "Pastoral symphony" played by Mr.s. cnudlll. Soloists for the choir will be o. K. knmls™, tenor; Dai- Ion C. Fowlston. bass: Mrs. George M. l.ee, nlto; Mrs. Kalnh BRIT;'- nmn, .soprano. Mrs. Worth D. Holder, soprano. The Rev. Allen n. SU-wart, pastor, will give till' benedltloi!. Members or the group lo pir-E- cn'. "Tln> Messiah" will liicludf! sopranos: Mrs. J. C. Hainos. Mrs. Haiph Herryiiiiui. Mrs. w. n. Ctilib. Mrs. Farmer K n i: I ft n cl. Mr.s. Kussdl Purr. Mrs. Worth D. IloW- At The HospitaU Walls Huspllal Admitted: Mrs. .). T, Malli], Dell. Charles Thompson, <-iiy, Mrs. Chnrles Pollanl,. Con'.cr Mo. Mis. llogcr Copper, city, Christine Cook/Hives. Mo. Mrs, llm-vey Morris, city. Mrs. w. V. Cecil mid tally, Ca- I'lilhi-r.-ivHli'. MO. ItMh. vlllr >|us|i|l:il Admitted: Noel Todd, city. K. ,1. llryciins, city. Cnn A-slln. Washoii(;al. Wash .Memphis Mclliodisl llrispif.il Admitted: fifarlln Dclnnci'y. Osceola. Nornm OelnuiiL-y, Osceola. crystal ash c , or noiior •• Ul ° K " cfits Oleiin Lnrtcl, Miss Included In ll,e 25 diesis were' 1 , 1 ,"' Mlss Mnl ' y Alm Pl "' ks - Mlss Mrs. John Lo v Blslio].. Inlc of ?, a "? 'T"™' Mlss Mlltlml Al) " VemjJhis. who is'vlMting her par-1 sllort ' -Miss Jo Ann Trlcschmnnn. cuts, Mr. and Mrs Tcm F Martin I Mlss Kuthcrlne cWstbrook. Mlss • ] Eutopla WhlUvoi III. Mlss Pandiu a Whitwoilh. <• Mrs. Rny Whli.tlns- ton. Mrs. H. C. Walls, Miss Maxlne Yountr. i<w: Mlss Helty Boyd, Miss teta Rose Castlio, Mlss Marilyn- Ueen, Mtss Mat'y Prances Gainer.. Mlss any Gnrrlcuii. Mlss Mnvy Lou Miss Kirshnei- to Wed Guy Trislev Sunday De(.".il§ of wedding plans were announced today ,by Mlss Money Klrshnbv, bride-clecl.'of.' Guy Trisler, pripr lo their mnrrlauc, Sunday. Deb. 15...i. ., • The cpremonv, v.-ill be .solemnized al First; Presbyterian Church nl B li. in. ty the Rev. Frank G. Smith, urandfafhcr ,of. the- bride-elect. Mi's.-Oscar FencUcr will r.ervc nn matron 'Of honor and Mrs. Blnn Hrath. \vill ,be bridesmaid. Mrs. WallaceJHbke \viiVilglJt the lailcr.s Dr. M-.= L. 1 Skaller will be best nmn, with Chni'lcs Blttner, jjlan Heath, Bobby kirshuer, and B. n. dec' Jr., serving ns ushers. L. T." Moore Jr., organist, nnd Miss Jaiic McAdnms, vocaUst. win give the musical 'program' Following Die wedding ',1 reception wip be held at the Ktr.ihner home to be atte'ride'd.''by''VrieVnbers v of the family • and'hitlihatefiicnds, •Diiinej- Party Honors Bride-Elect, Fiance Miss' Rcbin Gill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Dili, and her riaiicc. .Tomtnic Bennett of Dell, were guests of honor for a dinner 1 any Sunday night when Mrs. J. R. Gill aiitl her daughter, Mrs. John M. Stevens Jr., .entertained at the Stevens home at Dell. A buffet tmkey dinner was served to tjic 16 guests seated ut smnll titles where 0lace cards,decorated with linnd painted orchid marked the places. ,',The lace tlraped refreshment table was centered with an arrangement of Handina flank-' e:!_ with white tapers in crystal canrinlairas. , •'. . Other entertninine rooms were decorated willi bouquets of Gladioli :md cyclamen polled plants. The ,'.hostesses presented the hride-eteci a pressure cooker. . . . t Buys Home on Main Purchase of tV L. N. MSCTils residence-a 1 - 025 West Main wns made todny by Mrs. Cleo Langston. now residing • on Highway 18 East. After additions and improvements, have been made to the house, she and her sister, Mrs. Anne . McWilliams, will reside there. Mrs. McWilliams recently moved here \roin California. The .house was long owned by Mr. fliic! Mrs. Mathls. \vtio now reside -in Lambert, Miss. Miss McCall Returns With Now L«urc/5 From Meeting of Oil Dealers Miss llclnTi'a MoCnll. wlin kcejui <"i h;'I UK roiii|:llmeu.ti>(l S|IIL-C iiiya_riU'il I lie ntlc uf "Mi.ss America "Niiinl:i.| 'rwu" in ihe Allnntlc City bciiuty and charm contest, is home au'iiln willi more pn'senls mid hunpy memories nl honors received; . A (juc&t of honor «t the convention of Arkansas Oil' Dealers As- Joyncr. Mrs. Ted Miss Georije M. Lee. Mrs. I-yslor. Miss Marian Mnycs. raullne Ramsey, Miss Dlllte __ June Rodgers. Mrs. Cofcmmi Sis- veils, Mrs. Karl Wadenpfithl, Mrs. Ir« Walters. Miss Patsy Sue Wilson. Tenors: Oscnr Elliott, James Bower Hemy. George Hubbard. O. E. Kniidsen. Cirnlinm Pnrtlow, Don Doilson, Carroll Evans. Dnltoh C. Fowlslon. Wikon Henry, Worth I). Holder, jor/ Muck Hester. Lorry Knons, Jimmln Lowe. c. G. Hcd- man, Dick Smith. Colemnu Slo- vens. Bill Williams. A reception will be held for members of the choir following Ihe presentation. IntrntliieliiK his now iiiilioiinily nc- cliiimi'd duughliT In other inch of Arkansas In 11H.J business. Gulf HeUniiiH Compuny, which her fathor. li M. McC.lll. Is the ItlyLlK'vllle distiibuHir. |ir<.'- fotiled "Miss Ai'kunsiis" with u set "f ee-slunifi jewelry with n rhlru- slone pin ,111,1 far rinus Included. 'I lie • Arkansas OH Deulcrs As- sucintlon presented her willi a eorsuge of orchids am] 11 musical powder liox. Kiitertnlnmi'iit nl Ihe convention included a luncheon, nl which Ml.ss McCall was Introduced, and a dinner, nloiiB will) the dunce at Hotel Marlon. Lcafhville Demonstration Club Installs Officers The LeacJu'HIe Home IJemonslra- tion Club met yesterday for a lunclii'on ut it\a home of Mrs. Roy Thomas, Mrs. Jame.s Lacey, presi- V-'or Hie devotional, a Christmas n:blo Btory was read by Mrs. Tom K'Minc'lt. The sirouj) sang carols and Miss Cora \£c Coleman, home ilcmuu-slrHilon agent, Installed the fDHowliiK newly elected otlieers: Mrs. H C. I5ew, president; Mrs. K. ir. Ilubbard. vice president; Mr.s. Roy Chlldrcss. secrutiiry; Mrs. Jim l/icey, reporter. PJUI- new memuers were welcomed Into Ihe club. They were: Mrs. Arch Pierce, Mi's. Marital Johnson, Mrs. I'c'iry l)u|)r<'(: »nd Mrs C 11' Wilson. Members .s ho well inexpensive Ohilslmus girls which could be nuide at home. These Included linieheuii sols, pillow cases, Klovcs, nltrartlvc pot holders, and stuffed, toys. The club had a Christmas! trcr? and gifts v/erc exchanged at the meetiiiB. The Jiinuary meeting will lie held at the home of Mrs. Tom Henley. | Sister Ann Frances to Visit Osceola Relatives Sister Ann Frances, liend of Kl Cecilia Academy, Nnslivlll«, Tenn,. «lll (-.pond tomorrow In Osceola as iruc.'.i of hor sister. MIS. kiivctrn SL'inmc.'i Pen iti. «tid other relatives. Mtie has been in Mesiphis tills week utlciullUB the meeting of Southern Association for Colleges nn<l Scc<md»ry Schools, and will be in Ojccoln only until tomorrow afternoon when she will return, i>y train, lo Memphis and on to Nashville. Accompanying her will be Mother Bcholasllca, who has been willi Sister, Ami Prunc.es. The farmer Miss Kate Semmes she wns reared in O.iceoln. Highway Budget Wins Approval Legislative Committee Urges Abandonment Of Confederate Home LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 13. - ;{UI>j—iliidgct requests of Arkan fids Slate Teachers College ul Con- ' way :iiid Henderson College nt ' ArkudHphta were on schedule for consideration loday by Hie pre- leglsldlii-c joint budgei committee. Yesterday w as a busy, work-filled tiny for the Ifl-mnn group. It approved without question the $27.000,UGO-a-ye«r budget, request of the Slate Highway Department; Approved the Arkansas State Police proposed budget of $350.000 after slashing $58,000 from Director Jack Porter's original request; Approved the Health Department kudgrt proposal of $481,000 compared with the request u f $511,000; Approved the Education Department ljudgel projmsnl :ar $11.000 for a rural education supervisor, $1,700 for n supervisor of transportation, and $10,000 for the new audio-visual education department; Voted to recommend abandonment of the Confederate Home near Liulc nock at the end iff the next bli'iinfuin, to ask the Immediate jcsUjnaiioii of 70-year-old C. H. l.wvlhorp us superlnlendenl. and approved the home's revised budget of $44,985; Heard a budget request of $1,209.000 for (he Arkansas Resources and Development Commission; And voted to udjourn next Monday and Tuesday to enable ncwjy- elcelecl members lo attend a pre- leiilslatlve short course n t the capitol. The Confederate home' action was taken as the group unanimously approved recommendations of a three-man sub-committee appointed to Investigate conditions at the home. Members of the subcommittee were Sen, Air Brown of Clarendon, chairman; Sen Krnest Mancr of not Springs, a, U | Hep. Max Howell or Little Rock. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 19-10 Bits of News physical education class. Travis, win of Mr. and Mrs. II. K. DPMI, was kicked in Die knee by another youth while piiiticipal .tag in the Kyiunnsllc.s. HI. iWelvec! troal- incnls following (he accident und Is won- nt (he home of his parents. Xnias Special .;. free Manicure " with each PER MAN ENT Hair Set or FACIAL ( from Dec. 9rh through Dec. 21st. CoMV '., .,.,? Wavts '$10 — $1-3 Croquignole : . . SK Permanenf ' , p iMachinelisa 'fi- 5 " Pcrmancpt ... Q up House/rf Shaw SQ.OH Facials .".'. 0 Cnll ;3302 for vApjwinl- Arties feefctty Skip 313 N. 2nd Injured in Gym Class full color m the J December issue of THE SWEATER GIRLS Two new *wealer lovclicj - basic beauties for every wardrobe. Take yours in a dashing three color striped combination ihat does wonderful things for you -. . . or. a darling diamond weave placed high in fashion'i newest mood. Tuck them (n Y out skirt -, or wear them out in a casual manner Sizes 33 to 38 $8.95 JIEDEL'S Mr. jiiicl Mrs. George R Klrsh- ner of Kansas City. Mo., will arrive Sunday morning for the wedding of his niece, Mlss Nancy .ItshniH' and Guy Trislcr. •John Ed Rejjenold and Chnrle.s Crlggci- Ifl will nnive In Memphis by plune toiiiorrow frotii LpulM Mile, Kyi, where they are atud^lflr^, nl Kentucky Military Institute They \vlll spend Uic Chrlstl'iHis hclldnys here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ei| Hi'gi'iiolit O f Ar- Coming Eventi SATURDAY Mrs, li. A. Lynch will be lior >ss lo the American A.ss»c!a'.ii:i ol University Women at her ::ome, 1115 west Main, for a tea '.inivir- lh|> college cradnntes, a p. m. morel and Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles CriBficr. Mrs. Ernest Roe has sone lo Boston to be with lier daughter, Mrs. Juhii E. douse Jr., and family until after the Christmas holi- <tt\ys. Mr. niid Mrs. je.ssee Stilt letf to- ,<lav for Hoi SprliiES v.'herc they will visit until Monday because ol t.lic nimiuil meeting of Arkansas Hotel Axsoclatioii of which Mr Stilt Is president. Mr .mill Mrs. E. A. Stacy spent Monday in Memphis. Weather Delays Search for Plane With 32 Aboard LONGMORE, .Wash., Dec, 13. — 'UPl— Driving rains and snowstorms today hindered the search for a Marine transport plane missing .since Tuesday with 32 persons aboard. THE BEAUTY CUNIC Marfiret Urea Smith, Owuer 1st Nat'l Bank Bld». Phone «74 Read Courier New.-. War/t Ads. PERMANENTS on at Tuiipw.xiii js.no M.irrellhia Crcme $8.50 FOR CHRISTMAS Kevlon Gift Set* llelcne Curtis Cold Waves i ;.;. Hermetic. Cosmetics •The Beauty Bar Phone 3202 Glencne Tlote) Another Shipment! Men's Texas Ranger Belts 1.25 Men's Sanforized Pajamas 4.98 Men's AH Wool Sweaters 4.69 Men's Boxer Shorts 1.00 Men' Sport Shirts 3.98 Men's All Wool Trousers 8.40 Men's Royal Robes 9.98 .Ladies' Blue Jeans 2.99 Ladies' White Blouses 2.98 3 • thread Silk Hose 2.89 Ladies' Tearose Slips 1.40 Boys' Corduroy Slacks 4.79 Crib Blankets, 36" x 50" 61c 4-Piece Bedroom Suite 154.50 Fire glass Coffee Maker 3.45 Ward's Tennis Balls 3 for 1.39 Golf Bags 9.95 Ward's Scissor Jack 4.25 5-ton Hydraulic Jack 12.50 Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES 53.95 The Tot Shop New Higher Pay And good steady work, excellent training, the opportunity to travel, Ihe savings you mak-! by huvinc, your food, fiutirters, clothing, medical and dental care provided to you, a retirement pl:in ficconcl-to-iione,—all of lhi'S2 make the new Regular Army wit of the most attractive eiuciv.5 ytjii cctn choose loday. Gel ih<- tacts ul your U. S. Army R.-.- '.•rtiltlnt; .Station. I Ifl North Second Hi. Iliuiur Chamhi't' of Commerce SKK OIlll I.AKOK Al) ON I'AOK f, Fritzius Saturday Specials * Fieldcrest Blankets * Outing * Star-Tex Toweling by the yard *'Jaquard Bed Spreads Last .shipment «f (he pretliesl dolls -ever m:ulo Half ol shipment already spoken for, firsl come, first .served on Imlance. S!).!lfi each. MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT CHRISTMAS SEALS, TAPES, etc. HARRY FRITZIUS "Always Something New" Across From Riee-Slix on West Main BRANCH OFFICE SANTA'S CHRISTMAS' TOYS Prices Slashed on all Toys! WERE Coaster Wagons 8.95 Now $5.95 Tricycles 24.95 Now 18.95 Jet Mobiles were 11.95 Now $8.25 Irish Mails were 24.95 Now $15.95 Para Cycles were 12.95 Now $8.95 Magic Slates were 1.19 Now 65c Prices on all Games, Dolls, Toys of all descriptions Cut! See Us For Real Values Christmas Special! 15.00 Ilayt'lle Cold Wave- . . JO.OO itotl SO.rid iMneliinck'.ss v Marcclfinji STf-'"> f) (,'i'emo I RKVI.ON GI ('T SKTS Jauicci' l-'ra/icr <)p:il H. Perry JANIECE'S Beauty Shop Ingram Itld^. ontinuous Shows Every Day SUrln i:«0 I.1STKN TO KLCN a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3* p. Lust 'I'irne Today '' HlJBBACD - Electrical Supplies 213 MAIN STKEET M... ion BirTHEVIll'E. ARKANSAS "Hii|i II:irri S an" \n. f> niul Slmrl Conl'il. Shuns Sal. !0:ir> ,1.111.11:30 p.m. ^mxtny «n<i Miinrlay Thp K§l§r^''j i ««?i, Svisinviao wilh finrt I.iiiH'ashci aiut .Ava Gardnrr Parutnnnnt Nens ana SerettcH Sfiorl Rnnl'il. Slums Sim. l:l.t-|l:flll Box OfTlce Opans 6:45 Satutdaj. Open* Snndar 1:00; BtaHj 1:15 Conliunoiis Shows Sal. »i>d 8««. Kt.rfm.lu Night Erery Nlfhi Elcepi Honored <m aanUKr »l the KOIT. Last Time Today DOUHIJ; KKATlilii; Can't Help Singing with !>rami:i Dnrbin mill Kolicrl I'aiRi- Then There i Were None with Harry I'ilxsoraUl and Waller I rust on -,-A "Scarlet Horscm.-!!!" No. 5 \ Slmrl Oonl'rt. Shows Sat. 10:30 lo 11:30 Sunday and It's a Pleasure with Sonja Hcnle. Mirhaol O'Slu-ii F«i New* anrt Selected Shflrts Continuous Showing Sat. | : 15 lo 11

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