The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 24, 1946
Page 3
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TURSDAY. DECEMBER 24, 194G Episcopalians Plan Communion Service A special Christmas service anrl celebration of Holy Communion will be held Thursday night, 7:30 o'clock, nt St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, it was announced toda McDowell, .senior warden of church. Celebrant and euc.-t speaker the sen-Ice will be ihc Hev. J Allin, pastor of Si. John's Chin Conway, Ark. iit ack ch. The public is invited tend 10 . LAST MINUTE MESSAGE TO LAST MINUTE SHOPPERS Christmas Eve night PRITZ1US will remain open vmt'1 o'clock. You will find still a fairly complcu- sioek of UETTEft TOYS for bolh girls and l»ys. THAT WHICH W1-; HAVE l.\ STOCK CHRISTMAS EVE NIGHT WILL BE AT GKKATI.V KKlHJCi:i) 1'UK'KS Following nre a few scarce items which it seems now that v.v may have in stock: ERECTOR SETs, SG.50 value for $4 .95. 3 Types Large Dart Boards and Darts. 2 Types Better Dollie High Chairs. 3 Types Dollie Beds and Cradles. Good assortment of bsiu-r dolls, including our special M.IMITO Doll, "the. sweetest doll ever made." 2 Types Electric Wood IJiiminu and Metal Ktchinij Sets. Metal Casting Sets. Large Modeling Clay Sets. Beginners' Roller Skates. Large Chinese Checker Sets. Magic Sky Writers. Pool Tables Automatic Cap Pistols and plenty of caps for all types. Electric iron and Ironing Board- Bow Gun. Metal Blow Gun. H inch Belter Tricycle lalready reduced from $10.40 to $8.9,)). •20" Finest Tricycle made (arrived latei $19.95 value for $10 ~r> DeLiixe Road Wagon. Something better in Wagons $is 50 vi for $15.75. Kiddie Tricycle $9.50 val. for $7.95. Large Child's Rocking Chair, modernistic metal. $0 SO val $-1 f>5 Marvel Electric Telephones. (Real phones.. $11.75 val. for <=99-, These are only a f«w items selected :il random. You will find wl,;U you need either in toys or sifts. FRITZ Ann and Margaret Crook Have "0|>en House" Miss Ann Crook and Miss Mnv- K«ret Crook enterlalned last night with an "prien ho.Use" when 4S guests including students hpiue from college and out of town guests "dropped In" to visit at the Crook home, 1131 West Walnut. Christmas decorations were used in the entertaining room und u poliiEettias centered the lefresh- foods were served, ..--CK... suic p : ayed tliroughout the evening. The hostesses were assisted in receiving the guests by tiicir mother, Mrs. J. E. Crook. Mrs. Henry Humphreys Presided [t the refreshment table. Out of town guests included, Ned Ayres. Hill Ay res .Gene Johnson, Prank Pcirin and Buddy Mason of Osceola, J:ick Gooch of Walnut Ridge, and Miss Jane Crump of Memphis, houseguesl of Miss Man 1 Sue Roe. RLYTHEVII.I.K (ARK.) COUKIRR Bits of News Mostly At The Mosni»al» Walls Hospital Admitted: 'I'. W. Pentecost, city. Mrs. O. B. Brown, Lu-:o'.'il. Mrs. Jimmie. Jones, Owwln. Mrs. I'cnrllc I.ovewell. Holland Mo. Bobby Tongue, city. Mrs. .). D. Smith, city. Mrs. pcie Smith, city. •liinniic Simmons, Dell. Horn to Mr. and Mis. Ellis Bur[ netl. city, a son tills nornin;. Dismissed: Mrs. Billie Mills, Osccsla Dink Lucy. Victoria. Mrs. Kirk Benlhal and baby Ilayti, MO, Mrs. n. B. Richardson nivl baby c-ity. Mrs. jerry Griggs and babv m 1. city. Wyfheville Hospital Admitted: J. W. Banks, city. Dismissed: - Mrs. Tollic- Frakes, HoVur.n, M.'I. Latheia Carter. Manll i. R. C. Crockett, Dcerin.,'. Mo. 'Always Something New" Hlythcvillc's. I'iclilrrfst Merchant Children to Present Christmas Eye Service The children or' Pilgrim- Lutheran Chureh will be featured in a i special Christinas Eve Service at j eight o'clock tonight. The public I is invited lo attend tills service I the Rev. n. Jaeger has announc- •Albert Saliba arrived Sunday from Philadelphia. Penn., to spend the Chiistmas holidays here with his parenls, Dr. and Mrs. J .A. Su- liba. Also, here lo spend Hie ho\l- duys with the Salibas are Ihelr daughter, Mrs. George Fnvutl and S-Sgl. Fnvn'tl of E! Paso. Clyde Newman has returned to Jackson. Tenn.. where he has recently become employed as district manager of Wonder Bread Co. Accompanying him there worn Mrs. Nowimm and their dnmjbter. Payo Prances who will be wllli Mr. Newman until after the Chrlslinas holiday. To be guesls of Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt during the Christmas holidays tiro Mr. and Mrs. Willium T. Stewart of Joucsboro, Mrs. W. O. I Moore, William C. Moore, Senator i.nd Mrs. Robert L-. Ullbrey anil daughter, Rose Leigh of Cookville, Tenn. Master Sargt. and Mrs. Robert Hiaiitley Jr. of Elgin Field, Fin... life visiting her with Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Johns and Mr. am! Mis, Sam Johns. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Klrby will spend the Christmas holiday with her mollier. Mrs. J. E. Wllbiirn of Paragould. Mrs. Garnet Stockett of Memphis was the weekend guest of Mr. mid Mrs. B. H. Klrby. Mrs. Don Pianks and son. Don Jr., of ScnmUm. I'civn., arc visiting here with her mother. Mrs. Ciiia Pmltt. during the Christinas Holidays. Mr. ,and Mrs. L. A. Moore of Port Arthur, Tex. arrived today to spend the Christina's holidays with Mrs. Moore's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J: B. Green. Mrs. James B. Clark left today for Caruthersvllle. Mo., where she will spend the ChrLslmas holidays with relatives, she plans to leave (here Saturday for Anna Maria. Fin., for an extended visit with her sister-in-law. Mrs. James A. Uarllett and Mr. Unrllelt. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. p. Coins and children, and Mrs. C. II. Bean sp-m they vlslled Mrs. Gnat.' i"<nher. Mrs. !•;. n. Collins and (an- [ly. They were accompanied home «>' Mrs. Collins and dimghlsr. Mirv. I win will spend (he holiday* h ••'•<• , with trli'hds and relative:;. ' I Mr. al:d Mrs. Paul H'.iuvMl imu Mir.. Paul Jr., of ijcwlsrJiht, Avk.. M'i'in Saturday night m! • wilh Mi 1 , and Mrs. Jim Cmf'.on. Tli->y WHY en roiile' (o Ann AitJcv. Mli'h!, l " spend Christinas wliu un-ir daughter, Mrs. Frank llrlllain, and Mr liiillaln. Mrs. Russell I', a Ms- l'''r »f Mrs. Oration, i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood have j Arrived from Cliirksvllle, Arl:., lo I be Ule holiday guests o[ Ihelr p:u- , cuts, Mrs. I,. T. Wood and Mi 1 , und Mrs. n. M, Wheat. Mr. Worn! Is at- Ifiullng the College of (he '.V.urks ul Clark.sTlllu. They plan to !/• iiere tvr l\vo weeks. Mr. and Mis. Ottis Uuush ami i daughters. Sandra Kay and Uunda Oay have arrived from Na.ihvtlle. Tenn.. to spend the holidays wllli her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Rylei- ami tainily und O. A. Kuush and family. Fred Hulhcrford Jr. has .unveil hiiine from Silver City, N. M., ,vlicre lie allends *jti\ti l Teachers' C.>:loc,,». He Is spending (he holidays heiu wllh his iiarcnls. Mr. and Mn. I'lvd liutherlord. i Martha lx>ulse Traylov is \lsi'.-l Ins in Memphis as gties( or Mr. and ' Mrs. Brooks Glrmnie mul Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleaves. J. K. Circen, .ilurlni: Hie Cln!:;!m^s' holidays, ' | '*<i: and Mr.i, Cl, I,. Hevil 1 ? of Jackson, Mo., will lie Ihc ho:iday Kiiests of Mr, and Mrs. M. !•'. Day. and family anil Mr. and Mrs. Wal- j ti>r Day and family. , Christmas Programs rVcse/jfof/ by 'Y' I" tlie Salllm liomc. Glfls. displayed on the lly'hled tree''were exchanged .mnoi.ig' the. gvbtip ; «iv[ a «ifl was presented lo M!;s tinhtn. Holiday activities continued, today at the Y-ivllli a Slory Hour for (lift fienlor a. y Held at 10 u.m.. cinducled tjy Mrs. liiiford YOII carols were sunn, names played and .refreshments -AITO seiveiJ Saturday, nee. al, a Story Hour was conducted by Mrs. Kami Ba f»r the Junior o. Y. , . . . the wqek-eiul in PorlagcvilUt, Mu To our many friends and patrons, we say 'Thanks a million" for your patronage and fine spirit of cooperation during the past year. Our wish is that yours will be the merriest of Christmases and a New Year full pf happiness, health and prosperity. FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORES Osorola, Ark. Sikcsion, Sin, Ark. Rem.mbcr-11 Tnk.s Only 3 Min,, (rs ,„ O pcn a Ch»r ff « Account ai A Christmas program was presented yesterday afternoon HI (lie Hlylheville Y and ihc Juiilo; 1 Lund-1 cis had (heir Christmas party lust »,. , ,.. . „ ::— night lo the Y a scene of holiday IVl.'tCK IVloi'nS Soil Boi'n acllvlty all IhrouBh (lie day. ' ' ••Kmpty (TMlure." n piny by the Ji:idti] leader, was presented yu 1 *- terdiiy iiftornoon al llnee o'rlo'.k. I'lnyer.-. in (he one-uft Chi l.s! ma's comedy were Juno Stlres. I'.it Wll- Bon, Unfold Yniiiii!, Nail"; Di'i.on Kruiu-es Doivdy, Charles MelJanlel. Jiicivle James. Mary Margaret Au- li'ii ii'id Hilly James. Ch:istmas A son wiis born Saturday to Corp. and Mrs. Mack Morris lit lunentlne Clinic, in O^'cola. He nils been named Johii. M''«. Morris, the former Mlsi Mr. and Mrs. Ii. E. llardl'i Jr. and son. Kddle. of Memphis, w'll arrive toduy lo s]iend the holidavs with his mother, Mrs. E. H. Ihivdln and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Moore of I'orl Aithur. Tex., arrived yesinrduy lo visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. enrols were suns; after the pluy. Anot her skll entitled "Ci-.iny Clirir.lmas" and written by Biuidy I'hlllliis und M'trriii Ross was presented bv Clallya SUUvc!!, Olorln snillh. Marvin lioss and Bmldv Phillips. The Jimlur L-ndci"; were entertained at the home of Hie s!;iff advisor. Miss Alice Kallbn. by the prcsidcnl of Die oiKiiiiixiillon. Clmiles McD.illli'l, assisted by his mother Mi 1 -,. Charles W. McD.mlel. Chrlslinas ilivorullons were use> THK ItKAUTV CLINIC M»n*re» l>»rn Smith, Owner lit Nut'l Kiink KMt, Phime JJ7( Christmas Special! 10.00 Cold Wnvi- 10.00 Roil »BVI,().N (JIKT SISTS anlcce l''ra/.ler Opal 11. Ptrrj JANIECE'S Beauty Shop liiRrain isitlif. I'iiniie MSO Eincsllne Huik*. uiU, Sir. and M*^( ^_ o; os'^oia ift tte Pf*»«it M£ 09? poial VTortls/U MOgt&A "it B«it*i diile Field, • 6J*»veport, L».., (pi- lit arrived FtWav;te hf. MOII is and yei.lerday7visit«i in niytheville, his former home. A Gorgeous Galaxy of Xmai Cards Awaits You at the PERMANENTS Oil or Tullpwu*d Marrrlllna Cremc W5« JUi.5* FOR CHRISTMAS Rrvlon Gift Sell : liclrn* CartU C«U W»r« Drrrocllc Cwimctir* ... The Beauty Bar Phone 15202 Clencoc Hotel CHRiSTMAS TO ALL AND - - - THAKKS for EVERYTHING! We, the entire staff and management, pause to wish our many friends Christmas Greetings. You have enabled us, by your patience and cooperation, to serve you better. So we say, Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blylheville, Ark. MIOIM 2612

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