The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 13, 1951
Page 7
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1951 WILSON NEWS »! MmS. B. t. BOYLES •- Holiday! Ahead Dec. 19 will be a "red letter day" (or students of Wilson High School, lot on that day, according to Superintendent Phillip j. Deer, school will be dismissed for the Christmas holidays. Classes will resume Dec. The annual Christmas parties will be held In the various rooms Dec. 18, with room mothers hostesses. ' • WSCS Meets Mrs. John Enoch was hostess to the Methodist. Women's Society ot Christian Service Monday afternoon at her home when they met lor their annual Christmas program. Mrs. Alma Harnden was program leader and gave the devotional, others on the program were Mrs. E. D. Beall and Mrs. J. P Mullins. During the social hour gifts were exchanged. The gifts will be given to needy children in Wilson. The society will present two needy families in the community baskets filled with enough food for a complete dinner on Christmas. Baptist Women Meet The Baptist Womens Missionary Union closed their week of prayer last Friday. At each meeting, contributions were received for the Lottie Moon Christmas Foreign Offering. Faculty Has Party Red and green predominated in the decorations of the school cafeteria Monday evening when the faculty held their annual Christmas party. The refreshment table's centeilpiece was of holly and red I candles. Another table held a manger. Following refreshments, gilts were exchanged. Personals The Rev. Sam Watson, pastor ot the Wilson Methodist Church, assisted In the joint Louisiana' and Arkansas Methodist Evangelistic Preaching Mission conducted to the Louisiana Conference and two districts, Hope and Catnden, In the .North Arkansas Conference, last week. -While he was assisting In the campaign, Mrs, Watson visited her son, Sam Watson, Jr.. and his family and her daughter, Mrs, Carl Conner, and her family in Little Rock. Mr, and.Mrs. Roy Stobaujh and their family .have as their guests this week, Mrs. Stobaugh's mother, Mrs. O. u West, and her sister, Mrs. Orbin Smith, and her family. liran'r^T J9 SHOULDER AGAINST TRUMAN-Repub- Ucan presidential hopeful Sen. Robert Taft, left, and leading. Southern Democrat Sen. Harry Byrd of Virginia stood "shoulder to shoulder a/'ainst the growing socialism and government control" o£ the Truman administration, The two administration critics made a joint appearance before the American Medical Association convention in Los Angeles. all of Clinton, Ark. Owens E. Sadler, distribution superintendent with the Arkansas Power and Light Company at, Cani- den has been promoted la manager of the company's office, here. He replaces Everett D. Ryals who has been manager of the Wilson office since early In 1950. Mr. Ryals resigned to engage in agriculture at Elaine, where he and his family are now residing. John Ellis Elslandcr, who Is employed by the Arkansas power and Light Company at Forrest City, spent (he week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Elslander. Mr. a nd Mrs. Alex Goble an- lounce the birth of a eon Dec. 5 at the Baptist Hospital In Mem- Phis. A film, "Christmas Around the World," shovrtng how children in other countries observe Christmas, was shown to members of the primary and junior department at Methodist Church School Sunday morning. A Christmas service will be held at the Methodist Church Sunday THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS < Christmoj Evt Hwt night in 1111, Out- «fc « bJicrard' KW«i Inside tde Alpine home the ><x,^ p,i«,, Joseph Mohf, gave his bVesiinj to e new-bom babe. Illustrated by Walt Scott On his woy home from his misikm the wind died down emd the itorm stopped. The moon carry; out and stors twinkled in the sky. by, morning, witn special music the church choir. A number of Wilson fans attended (lie Arkansas vs. ole Mi's basketball game in Memphis Saturday ni<>ht. Among them D. Bealt, A. I,. Greenwell. Charles Beall, Jack Zook, Billy Zook, Phil lip J, Deer Phillip McRae, Mr and Mrs. Elgin Ward, Miss Netty Jean Phelan and Mrs. Frances Me Gill. Mr. and Mrs. j. K. Nee)y, who moved to Memphis last week, were lonoreci before they left when Mr. and Mrs. Raymond cotner entertained with a dinner partv at the 6ountry home. Guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Benton Oarrett Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenwell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seal! and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whitaker. Mr. and Mrs. S, A. Reginold have returned to their home in Columbus. Miss., after visiting last week with their daughter. Mrs. Jer ry Cullatn, and her family and Dwight Anderson,accompanied them In! pi red by this calm and bemty, at wefl « br !• mif to the young mother and child, he hurried boM and began writing. The first words vw« "Sil«* Night, Holy Niohl," ^^ -s - t home for the weekend. The Kev. D. B. Bledsoe was. in Little Rock lasl week where he attended the meeting of the Execu- The Public It Welcome to the NORTH STAR SUPPER CLUB NO. HIWAY 61 OPEN NIGHTLY Choice Foods at Popular Prices Your Favorite Brands of Beer BILL WARD For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure Hammond Orgia at the PENNEY'S ^^^^r^MVM9B^HHHMlHMiHHIHI^HBH9M&fiS3R?£Q3 SEE HOW MUCH MORE YOUR GIFT DOLLARS BUY AT PENNEY'S! live Board of the State Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Woodyard. Mr. and Mrs. olen Wheeler, Mrs. W. D. Brown, Curtis Miller, Mrs. Johnny Manker, Rev. D. B Blerltoe. Benny Bledsoe, Mr. and Mis. Ed Williams were in Blythe- Monday night for the Baptist "" '"in WIKJU- tsientoe. Bennv Blcd'oe Mr nnH Atcrviaii,,., -•""," "™ °«i" > " "^Wheeler. Mr, Barney May s ^d & ^ $?$ '™, t ^J^LT""" RAYON PRINT MUFFLERS '?, Genuine horsehide hill- B {} folds, durably stitched j? g for extra long service, v v Complete with pass case. ]| •j Choose tailored or zipper j> g style! » 5 *Plus 20ft Fed. Tax v }f " I MEN'S STRIPED I g DRESS SHIRTS » I 2 ' 98 I •j| y Big selection of smart g | new stripes. iVeafs, new » g wide stripes, popular * * medium stripes, all full » g cut of fine quality San- y | forized* broadcloth, g 8 Choose from many hand- g » some new colors. U-17. g g 'Shrinkage won't exceed 17 t . | g y I TOWNCRAFT I | GIFT TIES ? I ] - 4 9 | v Hundreds of handsome g $ patterns in rich new coi- g g. ois! Abstracts! Geomet- » |j rics! Neats! Stripes! * v Sparkling colors that v please every taste, flafter any suit. At Penney'a Choose from a big Selection of colorfnf rayon prints. Fine quality smooth acetate rayon, full 4 a" long with 3" knotted fringed ends. COTTON FLANNEL SPORT SHIRTS 1-LB. TIN MIXED NUTS 1.29 Attractive gift'tin contains cashews, filberts, brazil nuts, pecans, almonds, even some peanuts and fancy candies! Give several _ they'll keep fresh because they're packed in a sealed plastic bag! MARYlSTHER CHERRIES 1,98 69* Boys' cotton flannel shirts with the colorful lilaid woven right through! Sanforized* for last ing fit! Styled to wear tucked in .or out! 4-1R. ' Shrinkage won't exceed >. box 24 large, luscious sweet cherries. . .thickly coated with dark chocolate . . . mm-mm, delicious! Buy several boxes to give, during the holiday season! PERFECT-FITTING RAYON SLIPS 2.98 ^ • -" • S now! MM M A^AA^t Made lo fit just like a dress! Four gore skirt, bias cut top. Even smooth fit all over . . ; never rides up or bags! Smart gift for that well-groomed pal. Fashion colors. 32-52. ZIPPER BOOTEES FOR YOUNGSTERS 1.79 Warm ankle - hugging slippers that reallv s(ay on little feet. The zip. pcrs lock! Cute cordurov trims, soft cuddly fcl'l uppers, healthful Sanitized linings. 6 to 3. BOUDOIR BOXES _ Quilted rayon satin covered boxes to keep her hosiery, gloves, hankies, neat and tidy! Choose her favorite color! you're invited to come to our big FREE FAMILY PARTY /OR AN EVENING OF FUN tomorrow night «V.i CARLTON AND KARROL Presenting Moments of Melody MIQUELITE "Mexican Ambassador of Good Will" * * HODGIM'S CANINE REVIEW Featuring A Well-Known Trained Animal Act ON THE STAGE IN PERSON You're invited to bring your family and see this free show. Everything's free! And w c won't bother you with any sales (alk, either, because we want to have fun, too. You'll enjoy all these stage entertainers PLUS color movies f'!,t. T S refreshments. The party's on us! So plan now to come—it's tomorrow night 1 FRIDAY NIGHT DECEMBER 14 STARTS I •30 SHARP Women's Exhibit Building Walker Park — Fairgrounds DELTA IMPLEMENTS

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