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PAUETWO BUTTHEVILLE (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Teen '^gers Invited • To Memphis Tea Dance When Virginia Walton Brooks/ daughter 6X Mr, and Mrs Berry B Brook* Jr..* <jf; Memphis, planned her lea dance to be given tomorrow afternoon at ihe Memphis Country Club, she Included a number of 'teen age friends in Blytheville where her mother lived unlit her marriage. There were Invited: A'nnelhi Humphreys, Jane Wilson, Martha Nichols. Vivian Taylor. Mptirevn Nonls, Russell Phillips Jr., Jim Lancashire, diaries crigger Jr., .Jobu Wiiks, Bi:|i Potter, Dick Williams, W. J. WlmdeVlich Jr.; Rupert MJI- tln C:-afton, Dickie Reid. . The hostoss will receive with Bert Kremp and Barry Pniclte of Memphis and Carier . Paticson ol Joncsboro..-' •• • Also'.• to: receive the gurus will be the hostess'., parents and her grandmother, ; Mrs. Allan Walton, who ix going down today for Die affair. :.; ,. • , • . • '/*,.»<.*'Teen Ag'eVs Guests Al Country Club Dance Approximately n hundred guests weie present Saturday nighl when E. B..Gee Jr., and Bob Kirshncv VJr.. entertained with a formal dance at the Country Club for the 'lecn age group. Th e innnlln of the ballroom was decorated with arrangements of Christmas greenery and other holiday decoration used throughout the Club. Receiving the guests were E. B. OEO Jr., Shirley King, Bob Klrsh- ner,"Martha Traylor. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Gee nii<] Mr. an( | Mrs. R. P. Kirshncr. Sandwiches. Individual cakes and punch were served In buffet style Irani the table centered with sprays or holly nnd flanked with while lepers aglow In silver candalabras. iir?, ° E £own Buesis included Ann While and jane Adams of TwoBlythevUle Church Choirs Present Special Yuletide Musk ------ «»un*i,a WL *JSLCO1H, Jiianlta Lee Ooodmoh of Memphis, , Pa »?rson of Jackson, nnd the ana Vivian Miss. Also present were students home !or the holidays who nre nlK-iid- i"g school elsewhere Chaperones •included- Mr Mrs. Harry w. Halnes and Rev. Frank D. Smith. Have Christinas "Party . A surprise .Christinas parly was give Friday night by Mrs. Gordon .nams honoring her Iwo daughters Morai, «ge 8 . all d Charlie Jean! Nine young gj r i s called at the - .. • and as each~>(it*fed tta '- *J arr j? ;',""'"%• il " u -as. eacn Tentetec she Ijehtcd iT.tajier. until trie"foon light. The 'children' were.'served from the dining table where their tapers were marked with decorated Tapers. After. :ne dinner, gifts were exchanged among ihe The spirit of Chrlslmas in song* \vas portrayed" by choirs of scvera Blylhevllle churches la.st nlalit to appreciative audiences. The strain of modern Christinas oLservanccs -ins forgotten as tin. musicians sang o| the story of Hie birth nf Christ amid elaborate YiLlelldo. settings. Ivcly singed and costurn- r-d was Ihc OirislniHs Pageant u-osemcd by tin: First Baptist Church last night when they (old in song the story of the Nativity The program under the direction or Mrs, R. O. Pair with Mis. O. M. •Smart, organist, was held at 7::fo p.m. at the church. Setting for "The Christinas sto- '•y" by H. R. Evans was the stable will) the manger where Christ was born. Effective W11S n,e appearance. W (he iinge! from the sky and the billiijince ut the Star of He.Ui- ielnnn. Elaborately costumed were King Horoii portrayed by Worth Holder nnd Ihc Prophet played by Alvin Huffman Jr. Mary was played by Mrs. Worlh Holder; The Angel, by Mrs. Fanner Kngliind, the clilel priest by Ben Dalvion; Uic Three Wise Men bv Carol! Ivans'. Uuii Wilhelm and Euueni; Auten, and the yuai'd by Rnndiill Hawks, The shepherds were played ij.v Murray Smart. Harry Frluius .Jr..' Jim Deer. Tommy Harrison, Jackie James, Billy James, Jan ft«y ( k-r. nnd Johnny Buchanan. The Angels were Frances Shousc, Joyce Damon. June Posty. Wlllii- gene Daws, ndna lingers, Hilly Jane HrjclRers. Peggy Barker, Ma.- non Mayes, Barbara Momighaii KaUierlnc Wralbrook, .lulu, Ann Woodson, Jmic niichiinan. Lavonne Pnrtlock nnd Evelyn Cunningham. Portraying the Priests were Bill Williams. Dan Caldwell, J 0 Mack Hester. George Pollock III, Jimmy May Be Engaged 08% At The Hospitali Walls HaspiUJ Admitted: . . - ' I'Vauscs sides, Haytl, Mo. Actress Rosalind Russell Heads America's List of Ten Best Dressed Women NEW YORK, Dec. 23. (UP)-Movle. Actress Rosalind Russell and Singer Jean Tennyson headed' the list today of 10 uest-dressed women lor 1916 as .picked by the M.wf:0r Fashion Guild. They represent a cross-secuu;i of American women and were selected following a poll of 15,000• women. ' The others selected were- Mrs. Stanley Rumbough, J- V i- ciety; Mrs. Jock ("Liz") Whilney farm woman"; Veronica Deni'cl author; Flora Stuart, dancer;" Airs' Evis (Chipi Robe, is. politics; Mrs feteplien Nestcr. business; M.w^.l McNeHls, radio, and Alice Marble C Fashions ' Henry, c. O. Hodman Jr!, Owen Harrison, Gerald Blomeyer Stanley Hoed. Billy Braccy, and 'Iliomas In the Chorus of Children were Alvin Huffman III. Martha Ellen Williams, nan and Jerry Bro,\n Benny Blcdsoe. enrol Ann H 0 H Dick Paster. Sharon Razor, Mnrthn Ann Poster, and Nancy Damon Members of ihe Adult choir were Mrs. J. a. Barnes, Mrs. Ebb Car- Epn, Mrs. Harry Frllzlus. Mrs Charles Abboll. Mrs. Wilson Hc-n- r.v. Mrs. H. c. Walls. Miss Belly Woodson. Miss Joyce Walls, Mrs Roy Head. Mrs. U i. nice, Mrs Charles Penn. Mrs. Karl Wadcnph- fWn, Mrs. Ethel Siloed. Mrs. Her""•^l Besharse, Mrs. Crandell Kin- igliain, Miss Mary sup Hoe Ebb Carson. Wilson Henry, R. G Hunt Bobby Blaylock. w. J. nodgcrs. ' Cnmbined Choirs Heard Voices of both children ami grownups were heard at First Pres- L-yterlan Church In a candelight musical, effectively prcsenlcd nt 5 o'clock under direction of the choir director. Miss Jeanne Sarber. wilh M ™ P ' Bl J °5'" ( 'r " s organls't. ^he white-robed junior choir snug from thc bnlconles while the senior ehoir. along with several guest musicians, participated from Hie regular choir section. Selling ror thc service wns white 'apers burning in n i, , )f t!u . stnln . cd glass '.vindows, bunked with greenery. Branches of the greenery n'so hung from the balconies the cnanccl Wi i.s circled wilh iwinsetllas :»id Ihe altar flanked with mlnin- l "re magnolia i.rees nnd candles "in cathedral candelabra. •;. z •,. •,. The program was concluded with singing of "O Come. All Ye Faithful" by both choirs mid the Inrgo audience as the church bells peal- Jn the junior choir. Mary Jo En- rvini W * S ,- solol5t ' > -" 1<l in tbe adult ciioii. solos were sung by Noble GUI, Mrs. Herschell II. Carter and Miss Jane McAdams. Members or the senior choir were MISS Mary T.ou Joyner, Mrs Jess "o™ 1 ': Mr ' antl Mis - W. H. IVasc. Jon, Mr. and Mrs. .Herman Carl- 'on. Ray Worlhington, .\fts s j alu t McAdnins, Mrs. Herschell II Carter. Mrs. Erwin Jones. James Rov Princess Kllxubttli, UO-year-ol-l heiress presumptive! to Ihc' Brillsli throne, mm Princ ( . phlliii ,jt Cii-r.-ce. whoso eiiyiimment i:i ( x- Pfcti'd to bo ininoiiiiml uliurlly ny tin- Royal family, arc s\vmn us they iiltcnded wrdtllii" rrceiitloiv earlier this year. Philip .vho - e i v ed In Ihc Icoyal Nnvy ;lurin,» Ihc war. Is being nuturall?/..! :is •] Urltisli cltlmi. (NBA Telcpliol.j.l Bits of News Miss Muitdic Modingpr has arrived to spend Ihe Christmas holidays, with he:- parents, Mr. niul Mrs. 1 Cqrnclhis Modingcr nnd family I Miss Modinger is a student at at Louis university. St. Louis. Mo. The Rev. and Mrs. w .P. Cooley and children, David antl Carol ol Harrison, Ark., are expected to arrive tonight to be the holiday csls of thei:- parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Moon. | Tommy Hccdcr, who is attending school in Washington. D. C., is .'iidins two weeks here ivlth' his mother, Mrs. R. L. Hccdcr, and Ills brother, Robert Rrcdcr anil Mrs. R*cder. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and sun. Harvey Lynn, are'spending the'. Christmas holidays in Pocomoke City. Md., with Mr. and Mrs. Jack! Mister and son. Mrs. Mister is the i runner Miss Jeanne Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Eisner Uenll nnd! sons. Tommy and John, of Pine Mrs. Hooper Dcibrldge, Leaehvllie Mrs. flubjn Enrlqticz, gteele, Mo ' Mrs. drover Baibr-r, city it W. Jackson, city. JjiiTv Wnyiin Jenkins. Steele, Mo Mrs. W. M. M:Parland, Senath, •Mis. Junif.., l.angston, O.seeola O=le Rinllli, city. ""'" ."?„ M'-. "»1 Mrs. Allen ^indln, Den, H duunhter this moinDismissed: John R. Kruls, city. Mrs. Waller Dooley, cltv K. p. Bjlole Jr., ,,-lly. Mrs. Lt'ocrn Tutc, Bitrdnllo Uoii null, Cooler, Mo Mrs. Grovcr Baker cltv S?">'"y K. Kills, Steelei 'MO. Virginia Tlnclkeld, Manlhi Mrs. M;llon Howcll. Slecle, Mo Joe Tlirelkeld, Manila. Alvin Rldiard Ash, Rt.- I. city Mrs. James ffoy and Ijaby, city 'Frances Hernandez. F.lowah A. G. Moody. Dell Mrs. J_T. Mulln. Dell. HiylllfLViJle Jlusull'il Admitted: ' " os|)lul Hemy Freeman, Tomato Lulhela Oarler, Manila. Kennelli Ileagan, Steele, Mo Harrison Johnson, city M^ua L - omir<i s "° u "'«' .baby M-.-S. Josie Kimball city CUfford Elliott, city. ^Mrs. J. H. Woodson nnd baby, A. A. Curson. Tomato. Mrs Huby nennlins, Hnyll. Mo. Wondrow Hlalock. Elowah. John Kelly, Bragg city. Mo ™'' ;i - l*»y Jcplln, Carnthcrsvllle IT Mrs. Killer Vied, stcelc, Mo CJydc Richards, Dycss. n..^., will arrive Chrlstmaj, niB;il lo .spend several days as liuests of Mrs .Benll's parents Mr i-.nd Mrs. p. E. Cooley. •Mr. and M rs. Kendall %errv «iul sons. Allan ami Jerry wifl tomorrow for Prenttss. Miss ! they will spend several days with his mother. Mrs. P w Berrv ,nul family. ' ' Mr .and Mrs. Charles Wood and nhlldre.i. Patty and Charles Jr.. of Jonesburo. silent thc weekend here :is ciiesls or her molher, Mrs D G Mrs. NelJe NoJey Pearson, abo\'e, i.t Auxvasse. Mo., has named Mrs. Bess Truman, wife of the President, s>s a defendant in ilO.OOQ diirmige suit. Principal ik-fendant in Hie suit, oulgrowlh of an automobile collision near Wcrrcnton, Mo., lust June, is Henry J. Nidiolson, of Woshing- ton. Mo., driver of the car, which belonged lo Mrs. Tiumun. Tbe (jij.inlift alleges her husband, Jolin K PtarsDii, died of injuries icceivid in tiie ai-cidt-jil. Moore and family. Alviu Mooi ; e Jr., infant soil of Mr. and Mrs. Alvia M'jore of Para- i;cmlil, is seriously ill in u Para- goukJ hospital of double pneumonia. Mrs. Moore is tht< former Miss Muxine Moore of Blylhevllle, 1 cliiughlcr of Mrs. D. G. Moore, who spent Saturday in Paragould witn her traiulson. ' Miss Emily Wixson arrived Sut- urday to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. W.xiou and family of Burdette. Miss Wixson is a student at Pearl River Junior College, Poplarville. Miss. Iliigli Nelson Thompson Jr., of Cleveland, Miss., who is a junior :it University of Florida, Gainesville, ri.'liinied home today after a brief visit with his aunt, Mrs. Samuel F. Nnrri.v, and family. Vivian 'Pulterson of Jackson. Miss., has arrived lo spend Ihc holiday season with her grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Oberst. Mrs. Erwin Mitchell and daughter, Jcanelia Jean MeFurluiul. ol Soulhington. Ct.. have arrived to spi-iicl a month wltli Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mis. W. L?ou; Smith, al their home on thc Armorel Road. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Marshal have gone to Hot .Springs lo spend the Clirisluuts holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond R. Belote and family had as their guests vcsterdny. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Belole and their MILS. Charles and Eugene, all, of STOP AND LOOK GIFT SHOP Imporlfil China, Cut Glass Slerlini. Silver, Antique Fiirnilnrc f-imps, Hric-a-IJnic FOR CHRISTMAS AND WEDDINGS ' 1' W i\1KS. A. G. RUJCKKY ^ • |0 Osceoln, Ark. '& T " ' Miss Alnicda Uerry. with Noble Gill and Alvin Huffman as (sui-st .singers. Thc junior chnrr was madt! up »f Mary Jo Eaton. Lnrna Horner. •Mui Hester. Glorln Talc "eggy Dcskln.- Barbara Ilargell. Linda Taylor, Miixinc Stafford. Marlha Crihfield, Billy Crowdcr. End Cop- dge. Oliver Coi;pe<lge. Hilly crlh- ficid, Millicenl Ann iirndlvy, Jim Lancnshire. if., c. Aden, will Whlt- ner. John Taylor, Tommy Tlart:-.oc, Adam Taylor. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marr»ret Uttn Smith. Owner lit N»n Bank Bldj. Phone S2H n « «Wny, slr.k lll, riwwn «!>,« a. pictured In Novtmtw inoe »f G««d H.«se- pmr majizliw, makes altr.ctive Christmas Special! 15.00 Rayette Cold W«ve 10.00 Roil MarceHina Creme REVLON 12-50 SJJ.5U SETS JANIECE'S Beauty Shop "MERRY CHRISTMAS" CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 the Gift Shop will Remain Open until 9P.M. Each Evening Until Christmas Special Closeout On a Few Christmas Items Received! In time for Christmas Delivery Console liudio aml Kecord Player !l Chirion Cousi.lc lladios „,,,, ' W cc«rd I'la>crs r» ICnicrson Table Ratlins and Record Players IS KmersoM Table Radios 1 ^cnilh Table Rudio 1 .Sentinel Portable Radio Also a fj iu . selection of Record Players and Ke.-ord.s ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 208 W. Main j. honc 207 , . Memphis. Tlie'y came especially to . b? with Ed Bclote Jr., who has ' J'.!st been dismissed from Walls I Hospital where he was 111 for several days. His condition now is much improved. Mrs. W. M. McFarland, formerly of Blytlicvllle and now of Senath. Mt., Is undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital. Her condition today ivas believed satisfactory. Anneliu Humphreys, daughter ol Mr. mil Mrs. Henry Humphreys, is visiting in Memphis several days, having accompanied Jnanila l.ec- Gsodniun home yesterday (or an "O;:?n House' u^.'iy last nlglit. Uoli Ijaiicashlrc liiis arrived from Westminister college, Fulton, Mo., and lien Lancashire has arrived from Oberlin College, Obcriln, Ohio, 'to spend the holidays with, their parenls, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Also to be a guost of the iai'.cashircs during the holidays Is Mi 1 . Lancashire's nephew, Tom lilackmore of Flint, Mich, Mr. and Mrs. p. C. Hathron Jr., of HattlslHirg, Mis.s., and their children, 'nicker. Susan and Judy will fpi'nd the tiolldny.s here wiln her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. C, P. Tucker. Mrs. E. A. Fisher and daughter. Miss Anne Kislier. will go lo Memphis tomorrow afternoon to visit until Thursday with Mrs. Fisher's diuirlitrr, Mrs. J. u. .Johnson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander spent Siliirclay in Memphis. , ;'V. M. Bris'tcr was removed by an balance Saturday from Memphis llujnisl Hospital, where lie under-•> went a:i LptnUion. lo his home on j Hii'hway 01 North. I Mr. nn<| -Urn. C. E. Price and | JV10NDAY, DECKMBKK 23, 1940 son, c. E. jr., w ill spend the holidays l n Tupelo, M !ss. r visiting with friends and relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Ciean Atkinson have as their guest during the holidays her father, Ed K. Brook of Oklahoma City, OJdn. R3ad Courier News Want Ads. " A, Gorgeous Galaxy of Xmas Cards Awaits You at the The Tof Shop PERMANENTS Oil of Tulip wood $8.50 MurfeUina (,'rrme ?H.f>0 FOR CHRISTMAS Revlun Gift Sets Heiene Curtis Cold Waves Hermetic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar Phone 15^02 Gloncou Hotel .lust had lo (ln»i in lo s:iy, "Hello." We couldn't let the lialid.-.y SMison ub by without v.'isli- IIIB yon all ;i very M 0 i;y Christinas and a New Year ill' h!i|]pinc:iK. The Tot Shop lOfifj and I'ltonc 2:tOS WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW ::.,,-: ;., -.W H Y F R f T Z I U S ' ™ NIGHT? I've been asked that question many times. "Whv dn you liavu toys right up lo Christmas lone after the other merchants' inelvos tnJn U hf ™" Kf * :r ' llon ' 1 scl1 a s many holiday gqods as ihe 1,0£ vone vl «"'. I C -" PCek ^ ° 1 "' layaway ^>*«™M or ask ani one w ho has been in our slore for the pnst few weeks Ni, that's certainly not the answer. Ml jy l ' ) . aca1 " si! Priljiius is .smarter than the up-town merclicnls No! Positively not. That is not even warm Then why? u U that way every year. In fact, it was tint way the very first Christmas you spent on West Main ' • . -Well It Happened This Way. Here at Last Is the Answer- For more than ten years before opening Ihe store in the Wii F.nd. PriUmis had a wholesale business. For a small whoiesal-r ic nnd built up an enormous Christmas goods business. He boi,«ht Ins toys nnd gifts in May for September delivery. He sold tliV, L . rl-n IS^ t0 " le lal ' ger " lral merchants in a^ortnu-nt-i ",:f me ch nl ? f° SMC - <K) t0 TOCh mercha " t - T l«y were sold to the Mnr^ H f 0 a ,'' nra1 - Thc year hc °" snc " his l lrc ^'"' ''etail stoie he developed chronic malaria nnd was forced to giw up his wholesale business but AFTER he had made his yeariy s iit es o e thc counters. He filled every available shelf, table counter ' He fully expected to have toys Came Christmas Eve. That clay will never he forpottcn From early morning until nlmost midnight they canie. Finally when the '' Thww-., , ' "). mats why, while other inercliaiiU ate fearful of n laree r-n-rv over b'riWus keeps 'cm coming right up to Christmas E^e T\ en oo he has always tried to buy the gifts the people want Something for a 1 the kids, something for the kids to give Mom 'ml Pop. Something for Mom and Pop to give lo each otlici \ V, Aunt Susan and Uncle John nml Cousin Man- ami I the res of the faunly including Grandpa and Grandma.- Then too th-rc S^JHI , f 6 « , th ° 1K>iKllb01 ' °'" ClUllcl1 or ehlb acnuaiotancc as well as for the close fiends. So some on down tonMH or l-j morrow and tomorrow night and you'll still be nblc to° Tin iun Oh, yes— -There's also plt-nty of Xmas .vals-, Gift l-iiwr Vmiv nd'T^ 5 "' " rC ' ty " eSiSnS '" thC «*Sc.«ch SS Km« Yes, a storcful of t«ys anrt ?ifls, plus these r\TR.\ <5pFrm «. S EIl " C r'5?,rv",v llea Sh " 1S ' <»" els ' " d *«*«?."" Famom CHIPMAN and OAMKO F u ll-f ast ,ionort Xvlon >I, )sr ;ino ol ^unii^r. * ' $1. 69 and $1.98 Pr. Also Sheer Fiill-fasliinncrt Rayons, « saner SI 05 .-FRITZIU'S "Your Btytheyitle Fieldcrest Dealer" Across From Rice-Slix On West -Main St. Shopping Day To Chrisfmas It takes uiilj 3 inlniitrs la ojicii a Chiirse Arruunt FITZPATRICK Jewelry Stores lilyllii'ville. Ark. O.sceola, Ark. .Slhcstnn, M,,. .I'arajoiilil, Ark. *f Continuous S Ever)- Day un > tr?ir» <t,,,.-,,. i : Sfc«*»* ."^tir-T* > *f' t.its'n:N TO KI.C;V I.ii-st 'I'inn; Today The Diary of a Chambermaid v.ilh I'anlcll" c;<nld.->|-d :uul linn] iiutlirld 'aramoiint New^ ao.t SK-HIB,) short rorrliniious Slmwiiij.' Kreiyday Tuesday Continuous Showing Everyday ^ Boi OBlce Opsns 6:45 Hltnrdaj. Opens Sunday J:c0; Starts 1:1S t:«nclnnons fihuwa b'al. »uii Ham. Ban.ln Night i; verj N , £ht ElM ,, honoreil on ftHniijty (I the ROT;. f Last Time Today Christmas in Connecticut with liarharn Slanw.vck and Dennis Morgan '01 News A Selected Slmrt Kulijtrl Tuesday DOUBLE FEATURE 8T YOOM6 WtwA SAIOME. ,^

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