The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1946 · Page 4
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AOB KOUB BLYXHBVILLK (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS WEDNESDAY, DKCJCMHUK 18, Princess Is o Slamp Collector Miss SKaver Honored At Hotel Noble Party Another iiUei'CStinc »ff»lr In honor of Miss Margaret. Slinvor. fiancee pjr Joe Pride Jr., was (lie dessert bridge party given last night nt Hotel. Noble by Mrs. V. G. Holland and daughter, Mrs. Sniiford Boone, Mrs. Wilson Henry, Mrs. J. J. Bryant- and Mis. W. A. Long. _...-. Serving of the .dessert, course in the Co!oi)i»l Room was amid nn unusual setting. Glowing la|)or.s provided'.the pnjy lighting used for !ho five tables 'arranged'"round » white Christmas tree with a back- protmrl of'greenery • and' Christmas figurines. Centerpiece of ouch table was n red taper in a mound of Molly and silver bells, round to be miniature corsage, favors. Christinas tallies and score books for tile bridge sanies ami Hie green and .silver-wrapped intees at the lout of (he gaily trimmed tree added to lli°. parl.y. Mrs. lilan S. Heath won high Wedded 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. W. T. rmvn celebrated iheii' 50th wc(tdin» ;ui- nlvcrsary Dec. (>, at their Imui': MM Number Nine Road. With Ihfm 'in their Golden wedding unnivcrsny were two daughters, five so'ii. Bnin<lrlii|clrcii and two emit cia childrcn. scare prize, a bowl; Mrs. Robert A. Porter, scccud hlgli, for which si in received'a vase and third high, a pair of candle holders, went to Mrs. James Lee Brooks. All gifts '.vere in crystal. Miss Shuvet 1 was presented eight crystal goblets. Included in the 20 guests were Mrs. John Loy Bishop of Memphis, liciisegucst of her parciitsi Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin. Miss Shaver Honored With.Morning Patty Miss Margaret Shaver, bride- elcct of -Joe Pride Jr.. was ccyn- |i>inicnted Monday morning wHM an informal party given h., r Mrs. Willard • Pease nncl her mother, I Mrs. >I.,C. Laysrjn, at Ihc J'case • home. • ' . The 16 guests gathered i-.i <l« living room for cokes and assoueci party foods. Miss Shaver was presented gifts of crystal and hamf- kerclilcfs by the hostesses. A lighted Christmas tree centered (he gay holiday deconill'ins of Ihc home with nrranyi^nents of greenery and nftndina berries decorating the entertaining' rooms. Mrs. Gofortli Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. T." W. noforth was hoslo.ss (o Ihc Jolly Eight Club Thursday afternoon at her home on Cherry * Street. Mrs. i'CVrovcr wren • won high score, Mys. R. A. Copland, -second, and'Mrs. J. O. Huey, rooko. PTA Meets l-'or Program And Business Session Sndljiir.v Parent Tcachr-rs Association met last. Wednesday at the scJionl for a Christmas proBi'tnn and business session, Mrs. U S. Hnrl/os, pvonv.im chiiinnan. opened the meeting with a Bible Scripture reading. Mrs. Hoy Kirksey rend the president's mes- .safic to the group. A Christmas payeanl was presented by Mrs, n. C. Mel.cun's homo room. During the business meeting It was decided that a Womanless Wedding would be presented" Feb. U. The Sudbury School was awarded a KUtiscrlplion to Parent Teachers Magav.lno bcc'.uiso of the flT^> increase In membership over last year. Also discussed (Hiring the business session was the iiivint; ol Christmas biskcts to a special irroiip of children. At The Hospital* Jllylln-ville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Vance llemtcrsoil, city. Virgil Hriley, Manila. Mrs. Myrtle Of born, -ily. Walls Hospital Admittctl: Clan Kmery, city. Mrs. M. C'. ConH'V, city. Dismissed: Mrs, Charles Powell, Coo.er, Mo. Mrs. chiirlrs G'hism, Slcele, !•'.<>. Jack l.ani;, city, Mrs. Max Watson :uul rjaby, Ai morel. 1/ehman CautrcH. Tyler, Mo. Georgia Webb. Armorel. Arvin Tucl'.et 1 , Manila. ' Memphis Itapllst IIospll.il Admit tell: .1. H. llcrrod. On dwell. Mi) T<im Coburn. Joiner. Alcitlllllls .Ml (III).list )lii:,l>ihtl Admitted: Horn lr> Mr. and Mrs. J.vnn Finches, city, a son. r Society—Personal Tin; second in a series of prc- miptlal parties honoring Miss Ann porter Travis, bride-elect of Adrian It. Cllcnn. was i:ivcn tjy Mrs. Joe Shtppen ami Miss Charllnc' Masscy when lliey entertained recently witli a miscellaneous shower at the Mrtsscy home. The Kills were displayed ou a , ^ lure ilraprd table eenti'ied with \ ^ff pink carnations, ferns and pink lap?.vji in eiy-stal holders. K.»llo\vinu the oueiiing of the (•ifts the guest played brldBC. Miss Jinn- niioails 'Mclbom won high store. Mrs. .lac'k Wilson, second, and Miss Kniily Mason, consolation. A salad jjlalo was served the 2-1 i;uc'sls followini! llic t;amcs. moiid V, Klilcr vs. Mablo V. Elder; IJoltie Jlarlle vs. Aleck I!nrllc. Bits of News Petdottal A salad plate the gamfs. was served after Sou Boni to Hughes A son was horn Monday uu;hi to Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. ilui:'i f "i at Memphis Bn]jlist Hospital. 'Ilielr fi]-st. child, he has been na'.nru Marvin Lynn. IT. Mrs. Hughes is the former Miss Lorriane Sccoy. daughter'of Mrs, Claire Sceoy of Joncshoro, Vovm-*v- ly of Blytheviltc. Clinslmas Dance Planned By PTA For Students A Ciiii.slni;u; Formtil Dance will be rponsoiL'd bv Hit: SctiUir Pjircnl Teachers Ar»soci:ition in b:- liclcl Frlrtfty utyhl al 0 p.m. \\\ lUc Hwl. I Colleyo sUulcnls home lor I tic ' arc Invited to attend NO CAP! point "dicks" in and out holulays dance. the LiiKora Baptist Choir To Present Cantata NEW LUXCHA. All;.. !.i^c. IS - - The choir or the First naplist Church will present Ihe cantata '-The Chorus In The Sky" l>y Kr,-d 13. Itollon, Sunday 2'i a I 5:30 \-.m. The .solo parts will be sung by Mrs. /ado McHenry, Miss Lorcnc Kd- nrds and Mrs. ,1. M. Majors. A SOUS INK ON DRY I •= v CAN'T LEAK ANlfWHltt * ANYTIHEI . CA*'docs il'. Writes up To J years . . . Writes thousands of pages . , . makes 6 10 R clear carbon copies. You refill ic yourself with a new cartridge. Sec it—Try it —Buy it! *CA means Capillary Action Cartridge. Mr. anil Mrs. Crawford M. Noble of Miami Beach, l'l:i.. arrived last niyht to spend Christinas here. They are (jucsls ol Mr. and Mrs. Jcssce stilt at Hotel Nolljc and Mr. Noble's cousin, Samuel K. Morris and family. En route here they visited :'. CasseSIJcrry. Fla., with Mr. Norris' mother, Mrs. J. H. Morris: his sisters. Miss Marthn Noiris and Mrs. Arthur li. Johnson, and Captain Johnson. Mrs. T. I. Eeay and daughter. Miss Kuth Sony, returned yesterday from Little -Rotk where they visited with Gradv Mrtitc, who is seriously ill in 'a Little Rock Hospital, Mr, McOcc is ttic son of the Rev, and Mrs. Guy MuCJce fo:'fncHy ol Clvthcville. Miss Franc-cs Sue J3ri[;ht ai-rivcc this niorninu from pi Chiirles, Mo. to sjicnd the holidays here witl her parents. Mv. and Mvs. Cha'.'les Bright. Miss nriBht is a student at Lindenwood College. Miss Mary Gray, student at Memphis stale, has arrived home to spend U'c holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ira Gray. Miss Vh-y.hna Swcarcngeu, Miss Mar; Sue Bcnyman, Miss Wcedman anil Miss Billio Hurks, will arrived Friday from 'Demon. 'Trx . lo spend the Christmas holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. bweareiiBcn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lU'.'Tymun, Mr. and Ml-s. Hari.v Weeclman :\n.1 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bulks. M'ss Virginia Williams will arrive tomorrow nighl from Siaun- ton. Va.. where a student at Mary Baldwin College, to spRiul Ihc holidays with her uarenls, Mr. and Mrs. Sam II. Williams, and family. Mrs. Williams and daughter, Mar- Iha Itflrn, wilt meet her in Memphis. Condition of Mrs. ,joe Isuvu's wno has been seriously ill at Mrmplus Haptist Hospital was vniurtc.! today as improved- Mrs, Phil Dro.vi mid sons Phillip Jr.. and Charles Dranc. have rc- tnrnrd 1r> (heir home in Ada. Okla, alter visiting here with her falh- Pedestrians Get Break On SF's Market St. SAN FRANCISCO lUPi—Market HI. is uoini; to have |i s taec lifted. ['be finned San Francisco mnln stem, which for years has been a pedestrian's nightmare, combining lour street car tracks and nornvc-.t automobile traffic, will set new inner tracks next year. After the inner tracks arc Installed, the oul- cr trucks will be removed to give motorists and pedestrians more elbow room. v pt'oplc ktio\v tliat [^liiK'C':; KIi/:ihofli. IICIICSM prcsuinr^Lvc ll]'iti:-}i ttiroiif, is ;iti ardent :-;kmip < oll'^-'to] 1 , Ahuvf, bhc iii p c'd hi Iic!! 1 o\vj; I'ooiu in JUK'kiiLiiliJitn Piihjfjc,. tfomy over LollccLi PERMANENTS Oil «f, Tulfpwood ..58.50 Miirorlliiiii Creme ,.'. 58.50 FOR CHRISTMAS Hcvlon Gift Sels Ilck'iie Curtis Cold Waves Hermetic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar I'hone :J202 Glciicoo Hole] Divorces u-t number will be RIVCII by Mi.ss "'• °- < v H'»'Mi and uniily Icfin While and Miw Wanda och. 'lilt- cantala Is i;ivcn under direction ol Mrs. C. n. Woud. Read Courier News Wa:.t Ada. ORDER NOW/ fortune's famous EGG-NOG ICE CREAM WOODS DRUG ti w. main STORE Mr. iinil Mrs. M. n. Hi\r|irr ;ind <liin[!hlpr. Teresa /Mincltr. h : ivrr nr- rivccl here to x|\c»it tho htvl'diiys Mr.s. liiirniT's tsithrr. O. A :in ( i rnntily. Mr. Ihnprr lias jnst born cli.vhjtr^c'cl (rom the Army ;it Mitchell Field. i,<>ni; lsl;ind. I N. V. Thry will lluiko their li"ine in JluiiMon, Tex. nllcr Ir.ivini; here. Dlvorcp complaints filed recently ill the office of Circuit Court ClerK Hiirvcy Morris fallow: Jewell Davis v.s. Leo Diu'is; Ward E. Taylor vs Kuby Geraltllne Tuyloi; O. S. Johnson vs. Jullii Johnson; Elmer J. .Mlegree vs. Grace Allcgrcc; KICMC 'I'viooe vs. Yolnncl Tyrone; . Jce Waddtc vs. Ettu Davis Waddle; Carl I'alincrtrce vs. 'Bessie TJCC Palnicr- Iree; Bernicc McShre Jones vs. HclJsrt Lee Jonp.s; L'jVailu Davis vs. Hugh M Usivis; Eli7al)eth Thoinl>- .son Sto.vuns v.s. ,k>hn Nelson Stevens; Albert Phillips vs. Marie Phillips; James Welson vs. Minnie Mae Wcl.ion; Clara Terry vs. Will Terry; Howard Grigys vs. Jahnnic Aliee C,rlg|:s; Mattie Lou White vs. William Hiley White; Frances Foster Gruinmitt vs. 'I'hoinas L. Gratnmill Jr.; Kdith Mac Garrison vs. Edward Gariison. Robert Wright vs. Elvira Wriijlit; Howard J. Anderson vs. Betty Jane Anderson; Dena Jatncs vs. Biul Ann .ruines; Walter M. Jnshala v.s. Mnry Sl| c! Jaslwta; Ben E.Wilkinson vs. Etta Wilkinson; William E. Webb vs. Mnry N. Webb: Clara E. Tucker vs. Alphia M. ,'I'uri:er; E. K. Reynolds vs. D. \V. Reynolds; Evelyn \t\itx vs. ChavUc Muex; Thelma ij. Jackson ^-s, Frank Jackson; Eala E. ""cnniiiBton vs. Claude Allen I'en- liniiton Jr.; Mstglcnc Hiciiarclsoli , : s. Ifcrtnan Kicharclson; Joyce Alay Vtixon vs. Willie J. Mixon; Robert •'jx ^ r s. Huby Mae Fox: IIertir ( ui 'rlohara vs .Sudic Whittle Vtich- ird; Otis naincy 'Martin \'s. Alene Ycslon Mirlin; Mrullyn Hurnliardi 's. Cieorf:e Hai-nhardt. Divorces ^rallied recently follow: Ethel May PAssanv.a vs. Lewis Tas- 1; Helen Ruth Ingram vs. O:;ear tni;rnm; Clcra E. Cuructt vs. Clyde E. Ciirnclt; Oliver Keener vs. FJctty B. Keener; Jim Henry Rice vs. Emma May nice; Vivian Ilaynes vs. Lorrell Hayncs; Hill vs. Tom Hill; Kli'fiibrlh Twitty vs. Thonius A. Tttilty; H. H. Liud- I ley vs. t:\aline Ijindlcy; Myrtle nrow'n vs. Alfic Brown:' John W. Darnell vs. Mildred •Harnclt; R. I- 1 ,' Weeclcn vs. Ora l,ec Wccden; Helen Flohannan vs, Morris notniiman; j Inr.iKcne IVarnhait v.s. Chutlc'. | .(<;<• ll.'alh vs. Linnif M«c Ilcalh; Orii Nell Ciii.'jm vs. Tom II. ChiNtn: ll/jM'dln M. nsnptl. vs. Kennrlh I Hi'iiett; Irene Hlackwood vs. JKJIICS j uliiikwcKid; Virj-iiiia MAC C.iinpheU 'i'.kylor vs. Ciordun Taylcr; K:nma .Ir'in L'lnd'Jll vs. 10. T, I.and.):i; lAfLii'jii Mctxiiiciit \ p .s, Ernest Allen |M-Kni|?ht; William o. Midlock vs. , Kvi-hii E. Wedlock; Evelyn M. Ellis vs. Earl Ellis.-. L'.icillo I.'Haws v.s. V.iimnt l/-n Hau-s; Floyd Kail vs. Lucille Holl- [jia:m Kail; Lester Gray vs. Gc-or;J;» Kiilheryn Gray; Albert Caniplicil vs. L'jJjic Campbell; Georgia Ihirlsnn v.s. Cieorgc Hudson; Coy Talley vs. Ruth L Talley; C.irrie A. Ro;;ers vs. Curtis rwgcrs; William U. K<:w- nian Jr. vs. Mary M. Newman; Isa- 'iicllii Reardon vs. Maurice Rearde.n; L S. Ualrymplc v.s. Lois Dalrym- pli 1 ; Jewell Liitting vs. Ilnskell L-...1- lury; Ito.salyn f/itr^isti'i- v.s. Kenneth lyincaster; Ckiicuc<^ Park". 1 : vs. ISiiby Lee Pinks; Elsie Sc-olt v.s. Jewel Lrf K:'0tl; IL.ict'l P. Williams v.s. I,. It. William:,; Roberta p. Wal!;er v.s. Karl M. Walker; Hay- Ah-x McRirland vs. Saras M::- F.ulaiul; Coiiuiic Mitche-U vs. .lohu- ny L. Mitchell; John R. \Vasen- hiirst vs. Ccr-ila Wageiilnnst; Gnssio . Uciiii \-s. Carl IJean; Clara Maie^ Palaver N - S. Alonxo Palmer; Josephine Dolan \'.s. James .1. DoUn; Robcrl Mallory vs. Ardellar Mai- A Gorgeous Galaxy of Xmas Cards Awaits You at the The Tot Shop Shopping Days To Christmas ' It lakes only 3 minutes tn OHIMI u CharKe Account FITZPATRICK Jewelry Stores Continuous Show* Every Day Dot Office Orxn* i ;«• Show Starts «:•« -^5jl L18TKN TO KI.CM jlffl 5:«» ».m. 12:45 p.m. «:S« ».» •• I>ast Time Todaj- Claudia and David Ituljcrt YUIIIIK * l>i>riithy .M«'<'«ivc Kclfcted Short Subjects C'unliiiuoiis biiuwiiiK livrryihiy 'J'litirscia.v and I'ridsj. r >,',•••"••,!:•• • .VI: Klythcvillc, Ark. Ark. Sikrslon, Mo. , Ark. THE HBAtJTY CLINIC Margaret Dcen Smith, Owner 1st Nat'l Kink Dili;. 1'lxme S'lH Christmas Special! 15.11(1 Cold 1 0.0(1 Alachinulfss UKVI.ON <;si"r .laniccc l-'ia/icr (IIKI! 1*. J'crry JANHECE'S Beauty Shop Ingram Itliljr. I'liimc Facials by Luzier '''J'bat" iiiiprc.ssion yen wish to nuikii nmy Ic mined il you arc MHHI;.; the 1 \vronfi shade: of pov- dc) 1 . iini>n)])crly -ipr^icJ. Here al thn BoauVv Clinio onr Lir/icr facinio ; ure ititlivlduatixcc! to '.iuit you i- pcrtvoi\'Al\tv . , il, hnngs out your natuiTi! hc-auty ofton UUtclcn by crude cosmU- '• ii.':>. Try it ttitiay! Luzier Gift Sets Make ideal Xmas Gifts! Conic in ... Mukc a selection there's Bcnuty for you at— ls( Nctt'l. Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 JEANNE CRAW CORNEL WiLDE IIHDA DARNELL / CflHSIAHCE BEHKETT • DSilKY EISI X P,-3dfcerf =nd Directed ty \V OHO PREM1NGER 1 .2a I'aniniixiiit News A - Shorts Continuous Slinwin^ Kvcryday Box Office Opms 6:45 Satttrd^j. Opens Bniiday 1:00; BUrls t:U oDn Shown Bat. *ad Ban. Nigh; Every Nlfhi Eicefl N« yMjnra nociored on B«nd»y Kl the Bo«r. (»IM1llV f "fills 1'lilOAV Chajuer N. I>KO fislerhoud «ill meet ;i| v |i,ni. ;il Ihr home of Mrs. C. A, C'lmiiuiuiKiin. llubrrt M. fMipc v.s. I.onisc I'aiue; [ Louis Hall v.s. Allir Hall; Charles' I-'. Cicoruc v:-. Louise George; Crnv-1 uia Herran vs. ,):tmc.s 1.. Hcrrnir. j Thciidon Ivuisford vs. Carlcnc Mins- [ l<jnl; Williiviu \jiwz. vs. Jumic L'm^; \ K.ithcrine I.oya vs. Rocco Ln.va; llcnrv tiroadlls vs. Christine BKiniius: MuclRp Uay vs. Alton !'• Hay. Ken Gurrctt vs. Marry Oaru-tt; Fritzius Toys Reduced! 5«U-Wl.d $25 fcvcrsharp C. A. Venn each $15.00 KvcrsHarp C. A. Ton umf F'encil Set both $21.50 WOODS DRUG STORE Ralph NichoK =tl W. Mate-St. Roy Wor»d5 Phone :< Xmas Special free Manicure with each PERMANENT Hair Set or FACIAL from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21st. •;-- : |g (We Don't Do Things by Halves) A stun- full »{ l>.\i>;.uus. HCIT ;\rc .» lew smnptcs: Sio.io (;n"ii i.nuiiins r: in. Tiii-yHi- s s.:ir> Jl'1.50 I'rchil \V;i;on S ;i,'i;, • S!.:>0 Ironhii; llii;ud and SI. .VI Klcrtrir (run. a Sl.0!> Viilllf. . . .S:!.,VI JUST ARRIVED 5/f|n 4.V Cold WHVCS C' I'erm.incnt 5C.5 Permanent . >. . W HmiKc of Shaw S Facials Call 3M2 for Appointments. Arties Beauty Shop 313 N. 2nd I«ist Time Today DOUIII.K I-'i;,\TURIi Where Do We Go From Here? lie. si S lii plum I 11 IMVP rvt'r scon c\' V.ccu SI !'.!>.">. Yours f>>r for $~ These art- only a few s.uupJrs. Tlicro is a sUirc Cull of 'cm. fniil Clmsdius. store opens 7 a.m. and rinses fi p.m. «nl ofinis hour later and rcm:iir.s open from 7 n.ni. to 0:30 p.m. Satrirduy opens !) a.m.. closes 10 p.m. \\>leh for ntir H.ilanby Specials in I'riday'.s Courier ' Aeio:-s from Kicc-SU\ on \Ve.sl .Alniii Thmio ,1i:i7 FRITZIUS "Always Something New" Blylhcvillc's Vieldcrcst Mrrrlnnt ToJ.iy, ir;ivcl represents a consiJer.ihlc portion ofihc moilcrn Amcrion m.in's activities. Inevitably, then, Cargo must also go traveling, licticc— Tlic t'ar^o 'frarclcr. <'<:usis!::;g of tiireo sparkling H.isks (no l.Kj v ,cr ii:.ui a king-size pack oU-ig.iriito) topped with streamlined n.irKt caps, the set is compactly liouieil in a lustrous black plastic case h.ivinj; .1 richly-carved world giohc motif on the cover. l : l»sks arc leak-proof, ami the entire set slows nw.iy in a minimum of precious lugeage-space. 'I he Cargo 'I'nn-clcr is handsome, i;'s \ irile, it's going places! Get yours today . ami buy for gifts, too. 9 I Uc I'.iriTo '/>.;:r/r;'Toilct Kit for tncn amsi^s of Mnrdy, conip.u:i plastic case .i:u! ^-ouiicc ll,i\k\ of shave lotion, coloj;nc ,-.,ul t,dc. '1 he scl in th.itAtlcri-itic ir..ip.ct»\L 1 rcd 1 C:r>;o box Ji.OO Ucpl.u-cn-.ciu ll.lsks, c.ich .-.. Jl.OO (Plus T.xx) Bowery to Broadway \\itll 'i'hc r.nsl Sivlv Kills Thursday and Friday The Corn is Green uilh Ijfllr I>.ivis and .lotin D;iU 'S

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