The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 24, 1946
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE .(ARK.) COUKIEU NEWS Miss Gail Eid} Engaged <To Charles C. Eakin J Mr. and Mrs Loy B Eich announce the engagement of their 'daughter, Miss Gail.AUs Eicli, to plwrtes Clatkson Eakui of Bljthe- ulle aria Phqenix, Ariz, son ol Mrs. C. C,<, Phoenix. •'• Plans for the wedding are to be announced later. » \ Miss Eich: was, graduated from ' plytheville, HlRl) .-School and Gulf :-Park College, Gulfpprt, Miss.; where she recelve4 an Assocla'..} In Arts degree luid- »• Certificate in Poods. .Last.yW. .sh« attended University of.,Arii:>na, where she became a niembsr of Delta Gamma, national svjirinl 'sorority." '•-'"-:- • •:.Mr. . Eaklh, was, graduated from Phoenix. Union High School. Rc- $cntly discharged .from the Army : Alf Corps, he served in Italy with [he.isth Air Forced as bombardior- nrvlgatbr.. Now employed at Lby Eich Chevrolet Company, .he also is attending the University of Arktm- Jas college classes here. '»• - '• * * *-' Bernice..Duncan Wed To Kinnard Duncan vMr. and Mrs. Claud Duncan announce tlie marriage of their daughter. Miss Bernlee Duncan to Kinnard Walters,. son of Mr. and StrR'J.:w. •Walters of-Lone Oak. •,- The ceremony was solemnized 'Sunday afternoon at tl'e home nf 'Mr. . nnd Mrs. Ewell Walter, 522 Numerate,..with the Rev. George :Bugg, pastor of Portagevllle Bap- psl Church officiating \. Mrs. -Elyse Hart, sister -)f ilio )>rideeroom, nnd Ewell Walter, his Brother, served as attendants. >. The bride wore a wool frock of winter white with black acceso- nes and a corsage of red carnations. Mrs. Hart wore a black frock trimmed in white lace with black •ccessories and a corsage of white -•^niatlons. Following the wedding a recep- 011 was give,, at (he home of the ^ e *, ParenU. at Half Moon. Mr. ^ Mrs. Walters left for a brief ig trip to Memphis and upon return they win make thelr EicH-Eakin Engagement Announced c ca Cotillion Club Has Christmas Dance /.n announcement of h.lcKst, made today, was tli !lt of t),.> on cmont of MI* Oall Avls K ICI , (1 , n , BlUc ,. of Mi . > l * "^ ••» li. to Charles Clark*,,, liikJn <« ulylfieviNe u,«| Phoenix, Art*. Pas Christmas Party •tMrs, Charles McDanlcl W ns hgstess last week to ambers 2, m J °i' Sunday school Class o J»ke ^Lreet Methodist church and ^visitor., Miss Margaret -Jones nnd Mrs. rinfoid CooK-y. for -i , Christmas party. The entertaining rooms were decorated with holly and mistletoe. Favors of red carnation* were presented to the women mid iet- lei 1 openers to the men. ChrlsliiM-i gaincj! were jjlayed and gifts exchanged among llie gues's. Dennle Hammond, !;«•;!<«• ol the class, was presentixl a Bible i as n gift, from the group. Refreshments were served after the unwrapping of the girts. Celebrates Birthday Hue v LIT liasseil was honored yesterday afternoon on ills fourth birthday v \ , a parly given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ifnssoll. Tlie fourteen guests played games i din-In!- the afternnon with favors [ presented each i-hild. Mrs. Hns-..:ii was assisted in serving by Mrs I Roy Schiilmrl. X VWSH/NG ALL OF YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS Yes, we're hoping tliis Christmas, ]fl4C, will find each one of you cnjoyin s the happiest holiday season yet. It has been a.pleasure to serve you during the Itost year. Again we say THANKS A MILLION' On,- store will he closed Wednesday, Thiirsdnv PH (|AV nnri Qn*,,«.l_- f ,\ • , ' " • " Phone 213?. 218 West Main Sti-oct The Cotillion CMul) cntcrtnliic i atnrdny night at tlie Hut foi- 11 Cliristinns dunce with Mr and Mrs. Willord II. Pease, Mr "IK Mrs. Sanford slielton and Mr. an« Mrs. Phillips Robinson serving an hosts and hostesses. Christmas decorations were nseu IhrougliouL the hnt with, holly silver Christinas balls, arid pine cones iiri-nnged on tlie wnpbn wheel chandelier, The serving table was centered with tapers arranged in ri clivnltir cfindle holder surrounded with ar- inngomems of holly and nandina berries. Ohrlstmas party foods were served. Out of town guests included Mr and Mrs. Charles Gerald of Nashville, Tenn., liousegu'ests of Mr nnd Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mrs] William Johnson ot Wcln>-r' hoiiKefiuesl of Mr. and Mis. Sanford Shollon, and Mr. iuiU Mrs. Uobort Hartlgaii of nrooklyi:", N. Y. hou'scijiicsts of Iicr parents' Mr. and .Mrs. c. W. Affiick. • • '• Son Born To Cocliran s In St. Louis Hospital A son was born Saturday morning nt St. Mary.'s Hospital, St. Loiiis, n Mr. ond Mrs. James Cochran. Their first child .lie has been , named Robert Brooks Cochran. Mrs. Cochran is the former Miss Doris Muir, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. George 1,. Muir. Condition of Mrs. Cochran. which for two days was considered critical, today was much improved and she was expected to recover. :' Mr. and Mrs. Muir, who were coiled to St. Louis bscaiise of condition of their daughter, have returned to TllyLhpvJUe. The destructive, wild boar is cla.'-slfiL'd as Prance's No. i public [•nciny. and is fair game all year around In that country. Billie Hawkins Wed Friday To Leroy Ross Miss lilllle Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. Hawkins, became tin 1 bride of l.croy Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hoss, Friday nlijhi at the home of her aunt and a::clo, Mr. und Mrs. W, T. Slielton The Rev. B. w. Stovall, mltiislpr of Chinch of Christ, officiate.-! ai tin- ceremony attended by members of iho families nnd Intimate friend'.;. Floor baskets of palms llanl-.ed by tapers in Iron wrought cniulela- bras served as an Improvised uluu for tlie exchanging of vows. Miss Jane Slielton and Dick Wilson served :is attendants for tlie coup!'.'. Tin- bride given In m-ir:lag'.> by her father, wore a blue wool situ styled along dressmaker design arid slii' wore brown and pink HC,:I<SM>- ric.s. A corsage of pink uirnulijijs completed her costume. Miss Slivlt >:i won,' a frock of blue wool with b'.ar.k accessories and a corsage of pink carnal ions. Tapers were lighted |>recudl:ij{ U'.o ceremony by tin; bride's sister. Miss imuv Hawkins. I'ollowlng the weddinf; a )••;• mention was held at the Slielton home 1520 West Walnut. The three tiered wedding cake centered the, lace draped table dpco- : rated with arrangements of liojiy tu add Hie Cbristmas tlieme to iliL 1 bridal motif. The britlc's mother v;ore a j'.ray • frock with u corsage of red ni"- ' nations. Mrs. Ross wore a blue frock with u coisafc of while carnations Presiding ut the refreshment table were the bride's twin sl.slws Missf-s Maurine and Waurine Ha\v- kins, and the liridegroom's sister, MJS.S I/orene Ross. Mr. aiid Mrs, ttoss will make hwhe at Ibe Blythcville Am>'- Air ' Fit-Id. | Tin- couple and members of ib? Ijridiil party were hoiioVcii by Mi-;; Shi-lion with a rchenrsul di'.ni'.T Thureday night at tlie home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sh'eltoii. The Clnistina.s Ihenie was used together with the bridal motif \vhpii decorations were of greenery r.nd nandina berries and individual cakes iced with the names "DillK-" •.irul "ijKToy" were served. Engaged JTUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 104(3 Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Knlh Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McGJolhcn to Calvin H iiJi, son of Mr. anil Mrs. G H Ralph. The wedding will be solemnized Christinas Day. The diamond mines lit Kimbnr- '»e; ley. South Alrica, are th c largest in the world. I wo Couples Celebrate Joint Anniversaries Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Cash and Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Wuddy celebrated respectively their Mth and eighth, wedding anniversaries last Tuesday with 11 dinner al the Waddy home. Christmas decorations'w?re used in the home with arrangements of. greenery centering the table A_iv«it)ing cake decorated with candies was served after the dinner To complete the night's entertainment the two couples attended tin' movie "Claudia and David '• Comes $70,000 Beta Sigma Phis Give Party for Negro Group Approximately a hundred Negro children gathered at The Hut to play games, participate In contests and receive Christinas prescms when (he Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta Chapters of Beta Sigma I'nl sponsored a Criristmas party fi,r the group of young children. The parly tras begun by singing a Christmas song, alter which t;am?s were led by Miss Alice Saliba, nnd a story was told by Mrs. Joh-i !•' Fields. Highlighting the afternoon's c.n- Isitainment was a jitterbug -.-oiliest witli prizes awarded to Dorothy Mae Drown and Joan Annie Jackson. Jimmie Smotliennon was Santa Glaus for tiie group when h>. distributed the toys donated by tlie sorority, the Goodfellows, Kiwauis and. Jaycccs. following tlie distribution of sifts refreshments of cold drinks c,ik->' cookies, oranges, candy and gum were served. Assisting with the cnterlaimn'piU were Miss Jetty Huffinan, Mrs Dick Watson. Mrs. Gilbert Hammock Miss Dorothy Jean Hisglnsoii, Mrs Jiinnuc Sinothcrmon. Mrs i>ii e Briggs, Mrs. Ted Lystor, Mrs. Frank Committees for the preparation or the party were entertain-no-ii- ill's John !••. Fields. Mrs. Guv lien lemlcrson. Miss Alice Saliba-'tdtts «i's. Henderson, Miss I,ynn j Jae i--' son; relresliment. Mrs. Dick Wai ; son; Decoration. Miss Jeltyc Hull man, Mrs. Gilbert Hammock!, Miss Dorothy Hlggfnson. Octavia Shivers, teacher In H-u nspii School, wa.s in charpc of ih Poshson . '?»rf |'J ^jg J f J Velveteen (rim IcnJs unusual jio!^ In tlie jilaid v:ool lmi:;:e;oat, shown above a:i |iic(-jr C! i | : j (he Xovembei issue of (Joud Housekeeping magazine. NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 24. (UP) - Police found a m a n who identified himsetr 'as Jerry -Conway of New York ailing on the docks Later he died in a hospital of nat-1 ural causes, ' Today police were searching for relations. The man had $10.000 In casli in his pockets. Smart Veterans Make Nutcrackers Pay FAIRMONT. Minn. (-JP)—Thre Fairmoni war veterans :;ai<[ •.-',„, ts lodiiy to the usiial perplexitie laciiiu ex-soldiers returning to ci vihan life, and continued thei thriving postwar business of mak >ng nutcrackers. Nearly 2.000 of the gadgets liav round ihcir wa v to su=li far-ruin markets as New York, ChicA'g. Puerto Rico. California and Plor Sclliha at S3.75, the Fairmont made Kleen-Krnk Nut Kraker i the bfby of Arthur Cutler wh happMicd upon the idea in France He jDincd forces with Arnold Jain Joyous Christmas Christmas, 1946 ... of all Christmases looms as the most soul-stirring ... a day when "Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men" wi!l assume a greater meaning . . . Give thanks for this land where people are free to gather openly and pray. Express your thanks by attending church. and Norman Tliieman l o ~ form Astocnitlon Enterprises. lishecl jHitc-rackei- with '\i "sc-rew that bears down even ou a hard prazn , nut v.-itlioiu b:'eakin K liic tcndc;- nutmeat inside Assccialed Enlcrprisefi is burst- nig at tlie -eains. Now srallerM about w], (; rev.-r theVc room, the noval industry hopes vjon to have a laifo ]>lant of it, Continuous Shows IE very D;ty LISTKN TO KL{"< S:M a.m. K-.ia urn •- Tuesday Enchanted • Forest with 1'ilni-jiid l.owe :in,l llfenda .Ii)v(.-i« Selected Short Snbjc>r!:> Cuntinuous hno\iin^ I^vervtlay Thursdsiy and Friday _ GRANT Alexis SMITH ARIHURSfiirffiRlZ n..L.''!..i"! IS * C "'" sf Ce'r faun KOI Office Opsns G:K Satnrdxj. Open* Hnnday 1:00; BUrta 1:11 Contlnnoiu Shows Sat. and SUL N| e j,t Every Nifhi Kicc»i oonorfd on eanila; ( | the R«zr. Tuesday DOUBLE FEATURE Endearing Young Charms Ith Robert Yoim ff :,„,! i, : , ro iiic D.i.v Salome, Where She Danced will! Yvonne da Carlo and David Hriice fxtend to All of You a Most MERRY CHRISTMAS and a Happy and Prosperous New Year Wednesday Matinee Wednesday Show Starts 2:00 p.m. CHARLES S. LEMONS, FURNITURE Horn* FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced S«l«ltil Short Snbjcct Conlinuoiis Showing 2:CO-H:W)

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