The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 17, 1946
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BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COUKIKK NEWS Gleaners .Church Class Entertained Last Night Members ; ,"of Gleaners Sunday School Class, First Baptist Church, and guests- made up the 33 present last night for a Christmas dinner party at home of Mrs. J, ;t'. Westbrook.; A Chrisicrtas r.uiiu was serve tl from the buffet which was Biiyly decorated with pine cones and nau- tlina berries nestled in Christmas greenery. Tall sienuer white tap:is with holly berries and leaves entwined at the base were placed sit rach end of-the bullet Tlie diiiinu room table was covered with n white mariiera cloth centered with (srccncry decorated with colored Oh i is tin as globes. The small tables were centered with tiny tapers in miniature holders and favors of Christmas bells tied with red ribbon. In 'the living room where the quests gathered for a program vivi-e arrangements of red carnations .uwl pclnscttiRs.-In the reception hall .was n bowl ot nandina berries. .' During the program MIT,. Wnllei 1 Bishop told the Nativity story -i'.id Miss Elvira Sellar Kiive the Christmas devotional. Mrs. Worth Hoi:lor f-ane a Christmas song followed !;>• a reading by Mrs. Lloyd Sltckincii. Mrs. C. M. Smart played a piano rolo. Christmas carols were by the group. f Presents from (he lighted ti-cc were exchanged by the guests alter I lie program. Guests of tlic cluss were Mis. Charles Hay Newcomb. Miss Kiiini Hellers, Mrs; "Worth Holder. Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs. D. n. Blcdjoe. * • k . Club 28 Entertains With Christmas Dance ; The Club 28 entertained e'tlit guests Thureduy night with u dinner dance at the Hut with Mr. and Mrs. R. A Nelson. Mr. ana Mrs. Rosco CraUon and Mr. mm iVErs. C. V. Sebaugh .servi;ij > a.s hcsls and ^hostesses. ' A .Christinas scene decorated tlic buffet from which the dinner was perved. The tal)le wa.s -jenlercd with an arrangement of holly and greenery with Christmas t»pers aglcw in crystal holders. Holly .TIKI nandina berries decorated ino mantel and a lighted tree nddnci to the Christmas theme. Ouests included Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. j. b. Gunn. Mr.' and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. John caiwlill, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Briggs, Mr. Mrs. w. S.; Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and' Mrs. Robert GrlA'es. :; .-,'~' Beta Sigma Phi.Chapter Has Christmas Party Alpha Delta Chapter of Boia Sigma Phi; Sorority met Friday afternoon at the club room Mr. a Christinas party and busine.>s session with - : Mrs. John F- Fields serving as hostess. , Final plans were completed tor the party for a group of Kegio children tO':b^ given at the Hut Friday, Dec, '20, at 1:30 p. in. Mrs. John'.'p. Fields was nnini-n vice jiresidorit to fill a vaca.icy as were Mrs. J. w. Diggers wlio wns elected recording secretary, Mrs. J. N. Smolherman, program director, and Mrs. Dale S. Eriggs, social chairman. During the social hour CJtinr.t- ntas music : was played and gins were exchanged. Bride Complimented With Morning Party Mrs. Wallace Hokc and '''Mrs. Robert A. Porter complimented Mrs* Guy Trislcr, (he farmer Miss Nancy Kirshiicr, Saturday with an informal morning party, prior to her wedding' Sunday. Poinsettas' -and carnations arranged n-ilh Christmas greenery and the lighted tree decorated the Hoke home where the 12 guests called to visit with the bride. The ho.'-.-s;'- -, -reseiucd the liridc wl!h a gift 0 [ a figurine. Xmas Special free Manicure with each P E R M A N E N T Hair Set or FA C I A L from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21st. 5 5 Cold Waves . S10 — $15 Croquigiwle 5 Pcrrnaneht %f np Machineltss SIJ.50 Permanent .... 0 U | House of Shaw S*J [) Facials ., Call 3302 for Appoinl ments. Arties Beauty Shop 313 N. 2nd li's '$. R. 0.' When Duke's Doughler Weds V'W'W- %'$••-• • T UWuil.»i«««<B i i4Sf< ! :>. . _, Woodsloelc Hislind ince In] home of the M:irll>nuroughs vis "ill Hocked to dtencl Ihe ucddmi, of Lady Caroline Spe iK-er-Chi.YchYjl' ci'i' of MarlboroiiE.i, Io Maj. HIIRO Walcrhonsc. Tlic woman -,t lefi -,hr 1 lent tree to set a belter Klimpse. One ol Ihe brid,»;niak| s wn- Nlirv V v.'iirln.'.e pmne r.iinislcr, who will soon he a bride herself Th/hi-i,! lli^^JlIll"'^ St. Mnrv Maivl.-.lonr/r'hi,,', I,nft", TUKSDAY, DKCIOMHMU At The HospitaU Illyilieville liuijiltnl Admitted: Iliifi-isnn Julinsuii, cily. Mrs. Oullic Frakc.s, Hullaiul, Mo. l^JMnis.^cd^ Mrs. .Mm Walton nnil Iraby, dtv. Wulls lluspitul Admitted: Dink. Lucy, Victoria. Di.'iinis^c-d: Mrs O. A. Downing, city. Oi'rjrKia Weljl), Arinorol. Mis, Cliiiilcs Cliisni. Steels, .Mo. ,Mrlii])liis .Mctliuilist I Io:,|il Admitted: .J. W. Coats, Osccola. . P.uiH'hi C:uii|)bcll, stcclc, Mo. K. !•:. Creston. Osccola. Mr,. II. Ii. Dcyiiokl:;, city. .Memphis K|. .liisijili ||os|il(.il Adlllillrll: Hiiiulia Miller, Osccolu. • r c^ f",, T'?'" SO ° lely Mk f ± ," f "° D " kc !uld ""cl.css °'' ?^, a " d " <-'<>"«n- 1 ' ecnlci ' ''l"ehlc r of the VIvs..Moore Hostess' o GNB Bunco Club Mrs. Boyce M(x»n; was llo.slcss Friday niliht to (he cud) and a new member, Mrs. .1. C. Frazicr. : Durini; tlic entiles, Mrs. Louis Zcltar ',ujn .high, MI.S. John Tyimu 1 , bunco and Mrs. rra/Jer, low. Sandwiches and ucvcrnycs were ECI-VC<| aflcr tlic games. Brighams Arc Parenls A dauphtcr was bora Friday. Dec. 13. to Mr. ami Mrs. Newell W. Brig 1mm Jr., of Columbus. Mi*:;, Mrs. Briyham is the former Miss Billic I.-esgett, daughter of Mrs, W. C. LcggoU of niytueville. Condition of the baby who Is in nu iiK-i'biitor is satislactoi v. M:-. BrlK- hnni is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Novell W. IV.ijdiam HI-, of Blythe- villc. Parents of Daudilor * i Tl , R " Doc " Dc:l ». f:p "'«i ns D • I Sliest onierlamei- ill th'i steak sup• The daughter born ucc. 8, to Mr.;''?''', wllicl1 was attended by :t2 em- mirt Mrs. Sam Hcndrix hns been j p j° ycrs ' together with special guests, named Patricia Ann, The baby is Iheir first child. Mrs. Kendrix is the former Miss Mary Alice Smith, (laughter of Mr. aim Mrs. T K. Sniilli. February 'J. with the prc.senlnl nl Don Oissacha, Russian ::iiv;i: Tliis iierlnritiance will h« ru'low Friday, Feb. 1!I, at 8 ]).m. by Ajipi ton and, Field, diio-pianisLs. The concerts sire lukl at Arka sas Klate (Jum-Bc- Auditorium a> may be ,-atcndcd llmmnh ;,e.n tickets or individim! tickets. Agnes Davis, snm-anu, will |>u",.- >i provsriim, 'I ni-.sday, March I. 8 p.m. Russell Phillips is Hosi To Business Associates Unwell 1'liill-p,; i-Yiday iilifht at the Kn.-itic inn to his em- ployes, losolhcr with five guests, when he entertained them at their animal Christmas party. The u-fiiajied tabl'.'. arranged in a private clinin-; room of the Inn. WHS decorated v/itli miniature Christmas trees, .sprays t,( crccn- iid slender red and white tap- Bits of News Mi-s Bvlty ihnrMinj' morning o ynri- b»r>!. Va., where a sllldent at'fin-- cl'iliih-Mnc-on Woman';; Culleg-' i o s]).-nd the holidays with her i>ar-' cnfs. Mr. and Mrs. F. K . i) iack . T1 ' )nv . will meet her in Memphis. Mrs. Joe p. Pride ;„,,[ Mvs s j Cohen went to OsceoJa Saturday Untie family reunion given by Mrs liiirn, Ala., after visiting hero wiih Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Tinker a:)U familv. Miss Vivian Moore has arrived by pin lie from tinminnlvun. Ala., where she is a student at Howard Coi!i'i;e. to .sjjeml the Chrislmiis holidays here \viUi hei 1 mother, Airs. N. M. Moore. W. I Osborn Jr. and Miss Mary Adah Robinson visited Simply with lii.s lailier who is :> pulient at Memphis Haptist Hospital. Miss Allyee Nelson will arrive Friday to spend (lie Christmas !i:ili.' cljiy:; here willi her brulher. P.. A. Nrivin anil family. Mrs .). W. Adams. Mrs. o. o. llardHvay. Mrs. Charles Cnwr ' and Mr.';. Mimh Whllsitl, were in I Memphis several .lays last v.Trk. While Itiere they allended a prr- f.iim;.iice of "Voice of the Tunic;" at l-lllr. Aurliliiriuin. Mi. and Mrs. Kd llardin and Mr. and Mrs. llmks liaiker spent the weekeim in Little Rock as guest of Mr. art! Mrs. llardin'.s daughter, Mi: Daymoiid hackery and Mr. 'Hackery, while in Little Kock they iitlended a sermon by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, K uest preacher at Fiist liaptist Church (here. The Rov. Mr. Carpenter, former pii.slor el First Baptist, Chinch here, was IUICM in Ihe Zackery'.s home Kun- day. Mi and Mrs. John Thomas ol KnoNVille, Tenii.. arrived yesterday aftrnuxni to spend the Chrisunv; holiduvs here wilh her mother, Airs. K. A. Coodrich and family. Mrs. N. J. Mcill. mother of Mrs. Cieorur N. Slilwell. who has been seriously ill at ] 1C r home in East Prairie, Mo., was brought, here K'utidiiy tiy ambulance to be at the home or her dniihgtcr. Mr. and Mrs. Stilwcl! and Dteir youngest •dauuhler. bnr;.-i Bob. were culled in East Pniii:.-, •i-: 1 r : ,; Jl .. lv . when Mrs. .N'eill was stricken ill, Mrs. Btiiwell accompanied her mother In Ilh'theville. Also accompanyins,' 'her uas another daughter. Mrs. J. son, Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Vcr- non Sawyer and daughter, Diana spent Friday In Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Joe Isaacs, who is seriously ill at Memphis Baptist Hospital, was improved today after a second blood transfusion. Her son, I»ulc Isaacs, and Miss Schunerltsch who have been with her since Sunday returned last night. Among those from Blythcville who attended the funeral yesterday afternoon In Osceola of Kam- ucl Major Hodges, 70-year-old editor and co-owner of The Osccola Times were novand Green, p. E. Cooley, Miss Delia Purtle and. Kendall Berry. Also there from Sikeston, Mo., were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kramer, formerly of Blylheville and Osccola. Russell Phillips Jr. will arrive by plane Friday from Tucson. Ariz io spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "ltuss?]l Phillips and family. He Is a student lit Southern Arizona School for Jioys. Mrs. Hetty Phillips, who is a pu- lient at Memphis Methodist Hospital, will return home Friday. Osceo/c News Frank Pcrrin. who at tends school at uainbridHC. Mil., where lie !s .studying as a candidate for fie United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, will arrive honi? tins week to .spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Electra Simmies I'errln Daughter Born A daughter born Dec. 7. to Mr. and Mrs. nick Hums of Augusta. Ga.. has been named Anna Mar- pare!. The baby is their first child. Mr. Burns, formerly of nlylhevillc, s Ihe sou of Mrs. Jim Burns. Russian Singers Rooked For Concert in Joncshoro Jonesboro Community Concert Series will begin Sunday at 3 pin. PERMANENTS Oil of Tulipwnnil SK.r.Q Marc-elliiM Cn-mc fs.f.O FOR CHRISTMAS Itcvlon l.Ufl Hcls Hclcnc Curtis Cold Wavrs Hermetic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar Phone ;!202 Gloucoc HoU'l . C. Kinnini;hinn. Howard iJnriun Clarence nc,wdy, j. B. McConl and Joe Shanks. by iilane, from Sweet Bri.,, i whore she attends Sweet Briar ^m- '• leg;-. Her mother. Mrs. w. j v/u-i- _derlich. will meet her ,there and j Miss Margaret Yeiby'"'Vctmned ' ; lsl Nal '' Cank Wd «- Phono yesterday to her home in Birniiiu'- !? ti^ttiV, BBAUTY CLINIC Margaret l»rcn Smith. Owutr v -'liiiiiy, l^vtuiil \VEDNKSDAV Wednesday Club will be "nl"r- tamed by Mrs. w. J. Pollard nsa-i i)n;ch.u-.' S I 5l!:j,U8u buartt lumber annually. Christmas Special! I •~>.iii) Rsivcfle C'-.ltl Wave . K>.(Ill !(„,| ,, *7- r >" l.i'cmc . . ...... S (U':VI,(,.\ t;i ].-!'' SKTS Janircr I'ra/irr Opal II. IVirj JANIECE'S Beauty Shop . cfon'f miss CHR1STNAS BINGO! Sponsored by the Ladies of the CATHOLIC CHURCH Wednesday, December 18 LEGION HUT Loads of nice prizes . . , A chance to gcf your Christmas Turkey . . . \VK \VIM, UK KXl'KCTINC YOU! ANOTHER SHIPMENT! ;Passenger Car tires in all sizes Make Superb Gift for any man's car. Make it o practical gift from Dixieland. SERVICE ELLiS POOLE, Owner & Operator y (il North ; ,| Holland. .M O . cement Beginning tonight. Dec. 17th, and continuing every night until Christmas . . . R 8 T 7 I I! T ImUS will close as usual at 6:00 p.m. BUT WILL RE-OPEN AT 7:00 p.m. and remain open nightly until :30 p.m. 'Your Blythcville Ficldcrcst Dealer" Across ri, )m Hic On M' .Main St. A Gorgeous Galaxy of Xmas Cards Awaits You at fhe The Tot Shop Shopping Days To Christmas It lakes only 3 minute!! to open a tJtiurce Account FITZPATRICK Jewelry Stores Klylhcvillc, Ark. Ark. Sikcstull, iMi>. , Ark. California Pottery Py rex ware Electric Juicer Floor Lamps Electric Clocks PLANT HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 \V. Main St. Phone 515 (ime fo be Hiiniliir I" ,\I)!)V<: in ISnnvii C.ilf Put RHYTHM in you; STEP, for trio merry, mcny limes ahead. For busy dancing foci, RHYTHM STEPS oro O a'y oi trie season itself. Invisible Rhythm Treads cushion tno fool ot three strain ooints every step you take. The Family Shoe Store Phone 2342 312 West Main St. MONARCH ^COFFEE At YOUtf'OEAlERS • ORDER NOW! fortune's ,/unions EGG-NOG ICE CREAM WOODS DRUG STORE HI \V. Main I'liunc 507 <x>ntimious Shows Every Day !vn . tfffrt flfM'ti. . Shn» Six/Is 2:Sfl LISTEN TO KI.C.-V) ':«O ».m. 12:45 p.m. t:3l p., 'I'm-sclay and Wednesday Their new piclure ? fy WrUKR I 'p.o^dt, WILLIAM PERLBERa" Selected Shurt Subjects Cnntimtoiis Showing livcrvday Box Oftlrc Open* 6:45 8alardv,7. Opens Bandar 1:00; Starts 1:1» ContliiDons Shown Kat. >nrl Hun. Barczln Nfght Kverj Nljhv Except nonored on n«ndAj ti the KOXT. Tuc.sdav and Wcdnosday IlUUlii.l! FtATUKIi i., GREC.OEY MTOCF >, WilLMM r[RtR[RG '•, (, MOBRIE RYSKIfiO MARIA MONTEZ SUSANNA FOSTER JACK OAKIE TURHAK BEY LWSE AUBRtTTOfl f?JK% MWBIYTH BKttlD COOK UIMMILIO »MT DEVISE -,- MHSBO LiNt WEVJRY OjHHP ...j DONALD O'CONNOR PEGGY RYAN A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 104

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