The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 18, 1951
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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS wA Phon« 4461 Linen Shower Continues Events for Mrs. Jacks Gift* of llnm were presented Mrs. Edward Jacks it the shower given In her honor last night by Mrs. J«mes Nlersthefmer at her Kentucky Street home. A large opened unbrella of red centered the table where the honoree's gifts were arranged anrt the other decorations at the home K-erc tuggestive of the holiday season. In th« «venlng's party games, Mrs. Elton Foster anrt Mrs. Jlmmte Sanders won prizes, which they lat- , er presented the honoree. For the occasion, Mrs. Jacks, who Butonne Joggers, chose a /rock o black crepe and pinned at he ihoulder, yellow carnations set li m«llne, a gift of the hostess. Mrs. J. j. jaggers, mother of til honoree was a special guest. Birthday Is Marked With Dinner Party Tables wrapped as Christmas gifts and tied In bows of red were set up In the Jerry Hearn home lost, nigh for the dinner party given In celebration of Miss Pat Hearn'is I7lh birthday. ' Th« 11 guests attending were stat«d «t small tables, which were wrapped asi Yule gifts and were presented favors suggestive of the holiday motif. The table from whid the buffet meal was served was topped with a Christmas scene centered wUh a figure of St. Nicholas The group was laicr Joined bj •everal guests lor an evening of Inform*! entertainment. Church Group Has Supper Party at Lee Home A buffet supper party at the home e* MlM Adeline LM j^t night marked the annual Christmas celebration et the Young Womens Association of • the Mrrt Baptist Church, when she wi» hc«t«ss for the weekly meeting • . Following supper, Millie Ann Mai- lory told the Christmas story followed by the i«jonal devotional by Mis» Lee. . A Lottie Moon Christmas offering w»s taken »nd gifts exchanged by the guests. Knudcens Honor Guests Before Annual Dinner Th» personnel of Mead's and their •uestt were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Oj E: Knudsen Inst night al their honxi on Hearn preceding Ihe tnmj«] Christmas dinner,' which w«s §erved at Hotel Noble, i Seated at a single long table, the oecorations were suggestive of the eurrent holiday season. Sixteen guests attended •rent. the Friendship Class Has Yule Party ^ lain ^ nS r °° m Of the Plrst Church last night was the (tic * the rh,r h , »-« < (ic church. Mrs. E. C. Brown and Miss Hazel Brannen were guests with tne 3t class members attending »dJ^ et wa * sung b >' Mrs - Charles Abbott and Mrs. J. H. Melton followed by scripture reading by Mrs. jjrown. Mis, Brannen gave the Invocation v I',' WB ' 5 58rvcd from Ion 6 lighted at Intervals with red tapers set In crystal. Terming the centerpiece was sll- Sfh ^ nd Breen Ieave -' i ""tod with najidina berries. Holly clusters were set about the room and Ihe Nativity scene and a small snow scene completed the party setting. P!, Jif™ """ e * c "™Ked Irom under the lighted Yule tree and gift presented Mrs. teacher. C. L Evans ' . B. Jones. A social hour fol- adjournment, Methodist Women Have Meetings Members of the Women's Saclet} of Christian Service ol the First Methortisl Church held circle meet- Ings yesterday In homes about the city. Mrs. E. B, Gee was hostess to 20 members of Circle One. Mrs, William Wyatt was n guest and (he devotional was given by ^Mrs, R. H. McGraw, A Christmas story was told by Mrs. Newton Whitls. A tea followed the meeting. Air.?. Fred Fleeman entertained 15 Haley gnve the devotional _ Christmas story was told by Mrs. Rlley ~ ' Eighteen members of Circle Three met with Mrs. G. S. Atkinson. Mrs. Henderson Hall met as R new member and the devotional was given by Mrs. W. J. Denton The sturly was directed by Mrs. Oeorsc Pyles and refreshments were served by the hnstfisses. Circle Four met with Mrs. G. A. Hale ol Burdette. Fifteen members attended and Mrs. Roy I. Bagley was a guest. Mrs. James C. Guard gave the Christmas story nnd following the business session, a Yule party was given. Circle Five had a 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. T. I. Seny. Mis. W. A. Hollingsworth gave the devotional (or the 15 members. Guests were Mrs. Bagley nnd Miss Sue Ctt- mttnt. Miss Osment gave the ad- JuurninB prayer. Mrs. A. R. Olsen entertained 10 members and one, Mrs. L. F. Hubener of Circle Seven, Mrs. W. H. Hutson was co-hostess. The Christmas story from the book of Luke was told by Mrs. Orlie Parker anil Mrs. Hubener presented the story. "The Gift of the Magi." The circle exchanged gifts mid packed a basket to be given a needy family, Refreshments were served. Circle Two Has Weekly Meet ° r tian service met yesterday afternoon in the home of vA iverson Morris for the ^ekb' " v Jlon, which opened with group' sing- Prayer by Mrs. j w Mat,,,,.,. Circles Convene In Various Homes Women of the First Baptist Church met.In circles yesterday a/lcrnoon. The bi-monthly meetings were held In various homes of the members. Mrs. Russell Marr was hostess to eight members and one new member of Circle One. Prayer by Mrs. Rltcy Adams opened the meeting and Mrs. C. Murray Smart gave the ChrlstmM Slory. Prnyer by Mrs. Leslie Moore closed the session. '."• ' Mrs. Alvln Huffman was hostess to Circle Two, wllh seven members attending. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock save the opening prayer and the lesson was taught by Mrs. Charles Lemons. Prayer by Mrs. Tom Jackson closed :he meeting. Eleven members of Circle Three mel with Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., with Mrs. C. E. Edds giving the opening prayer. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Lloyd sllckmon and Mrs. Charles Evans led the adjourning prayer. Nine members of Circle Four met with Mrs. Robert McHaney, with Mrs. R. o. Cash leading in prayer acceding the lesson taught by Mrs McHaney. Miss Cordelia Wilhltc closed the meeting with prayer. Eight members, one new member nnd one guest of 'Circle, Five met with Airs. c. E. Johnson. Prayer by Mrs. Darryl Swaner opened the icetlng followed by the lesson taught >y Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Mrs. H. H. Brown led the closing prayer. Mrs. Charles Ray New-comb enter- alned Circle Six. with 19 members attending. Mrs. E. c. Brown gave he opening prayer followed by the devotional by Mrs. Billy Woolen °rayer by Mrs. R. F. Maxwell pr-- •crtert the social hour in which gifts were exchanged. Mrs. F. L. Reagan ltd the open- nq prayer for members of Circle Seven, who attended Ihe meeting at he home of Mrs. M. u Stewart The Irsson was directed by Mrs SheImirnr Brewer and Mrs. Stewart led in (he adjourning prayer. At The Hospitals Hl.itlievllTe Knitnllal Dismissed: Mrs. Ollie M.vikk and baby, city Mrs. James Jiles and babv.'citv Mrs Raymond Taylnr nnd babv Jonesboro "<•«.>. Christine Orady. Citv Mrs. J. w. Hall and Walls llosnll; Dismissed: Mrs. Russell Bunch an>, „.-,.,-.-, Mrs. Kenneth Lovrbro. Cit'y Mrs. Lawrence Hopper, city and Mrs. Vurney Russell of Wynne announce the birth of their first child, a son Dec. II In a Wynne Clinic. He has been named Ronald! Roy. Mr. and Mr*. Russell are former Blythcville residents. Mr. and Mrs. Al Chronister and son. Gary, of Bateville left last night for their home in Batrss-ille after having been the guests of Mrs. Chronistcr's'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stilwell and r amlJy and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Osceola were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwell and family. Mrs. Charles McDanirl is report- •rt In an improved condition at a Memphis Hospital where she Is un- derpoing treatment. Mrs, Wanda Burton was admitted to Mlllington Naval Hospital, Mil List of Christmas Guests Arriving from Across The Country Increases As Holiday Draws Near TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1951 Plan* for Christmas dinner, a visit with ' the family and another glance at the growing stack of Yule cards highlights the activities of Blythevllle resident."; as the list of holiday guest* continues to increase as the holidays draw near. Students continue to arrive, and servicemen stationed abmit the country are coming home for the family celebrations. Today marks the final day of school for Ulytho- ville students and the beginning of tho longest wait of the year for Junior. From Annapolis. Md. r »ill come Comdr. John Loy Bishop, who Is arriving Sunday to be with Mrs. Bishop, who Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Tom Martin of Dell ami leaving 'his afternoon for her home in Jonesboro will be Miss del (a Rogers, junior High School faculty member. Arriving today from Brownmooi-e School for Girls, Phoenix, Ariz.. Is Heard Wylle, who will gucsl with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W it , . " _ : . " ji 'i "'"1^ ^UUKC «na Mrs. uranam ingtcn. Tcnn.. Saturday to undergo Suclbury have as their curst their reatment. She was accompanied to son, Graham, who is n freshman at Vtillington by her mother. Mrs. the University of Arkansas at Fay- ilen Humphrey and sister, Mrs. J. cttcville. Also arriving from the V. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Darby an nounce the birth of their first child, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Mca son, this morning at Walls Hospi- "--'— J "al. He has been named Steven 'crry. Honor _ist Announced Floyd E. Irby. principal of Gos- lell High School today announced he honor roll and slndents of dis- Inctlon, whose attaining positions n the upper two per cent of each -lass. Students of distinction Include: •atrlcia Johnson, seventh grade- Wanda Whittle, eighth grade; Mary 3harles Hannaford, ninth grade; earnest Allen. Roy Lee McKay, cnth grade; Geneva Lee, eleventh frarie and James Lucius and Bonnie Roberts, twelflh grade. Knth- erine Hofisteler was named best student for the second six weeks. Honor roll students Include: seventh grade—Roy E. Baker. Jr., Patricia Ann Davis, Jo Ann Gann, Jean Howard. Barbara Glass. Bobby Gordon, Sadie Baliard, Carl Hester Warren, Janet Roberts, Llnyd Mc- Cnrmlck, Roberta Tiewater. Bobby Rounsnvall. Billy Joe Sellers and Beautlon Vernon. Eighth grade — Mildred Austin.. Marlon Drnne. Ruby Johnson, Henry Davis. Leon Sanford, Juanita Rasl, Betty Mulllns, Raymond Johnson, Jenny Vee Olllentlne Barbara Bevllli and Roy Lynn Via. Ninth grade—Bertha Carter. Calvin George, Betty Jo Hardesty. Sue Krech, Virginia Lloyd. Barbara Price. Jo Arm_stevens. Douglas Walking an'd'Sftinmle West, Tenth grad'e-^Donald Hyde, Betty Gann, Wanda Raspbery, Jean- elt Lee, Barbnrn Potter, Larry Coggin and Lanny Fowler. Eleventh grade _ Jeanle Lucius Gay McMillan, Marlcne Donner Charles Williford, Frances Gotten Hilda Lee and Pauline Lee Twelfth grade — Betty 'cooper Honila Poff. Howard Maxwell Bobbie Springer aim Rachel Roberts. Mrs. E. Conley Is Class Hostess Mrs Ellen Conley last night was hostess for the monthly meeting of the Dorcas class of Calvary Baptist Church, which was highlighted with a Yulettde celebration. Prayer hy Mrs. Herman Mayes opened the activities for' the 30 members nnd guests, Mrs. John 3™.';.^" L rb ^W" »*,. .nd Miss Martha Brown. Mrs. Harold devotional. "W Moan lo You." .... teacher, presided. . Caldwcll gave the . The K.-nup exchanged gifts and presented presents to Mrs Conley class teacher, and Mrs. Mays. Wylle. Continuing the growing list al Jonesboro visitors Is Ml.=s Sue Osment. who is leaving Monday morning for her home lor the holi- day.v Arriving Saturday from Mississippi Stale, starkvllle, was J. C. Drokc. who will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Broke. Sr,, while Judge and Mrs. University of Arkansas is Billy Wayne McFarland. who will visit Farland. Also coming from Mississippi Is P. D. Foster, Jr., who has arrived from Mississippi Slate, Stnrkville. lo be with his parents, Mr. und Mrs. p. D. Foster. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Lutes have as their holiday guest their son, Charles Lutes, who Is attending University of Arkansas. St. I.nuls Visitors Pvt. Tom Taylor is arriving this week from Camp Chaffee to spend the holidays with Mrs. Taylor, while the Percy Smiths are leaving Sunday for Jackson, Tenn., to guest wiih Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Woodward and Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. c A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Mack McGuIre, who make their home In St. Louis will be holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gene McOuire and nrrivlng last night from Scott Air Force Base. Til., to Join In the holiday celebra- llon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson was Pic. Don Peterson. Mr. and Mrs'. Dilmus Hcarns- bcrger and son, Gordon are adding to the list of Blytheville residents leaving for Ihe celebrallon. They will motor to Fordyce Saturday to be 'with Mr. Hearnsbergcr's mother, Mrs. R. L. Hearnsherger. Joining with the Rev. anrt Mrs. . V«le season will be Mr Kidrt's University of Arkansas will be Miss Ramona Crafton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Crafton, Miss Barbara Monaghan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mi.« Shirley King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King. Motoring away from Blytheville for the Christmas celebration in Mississippi win be Mr. and Mrs. Johnoy White and daughter, Grace, who will he in SenaUjbia, Miss., with Mrs. white's parenls, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Roseborough Christmas day. . Miss George Ann Stilwell Is arriving Friday from Memphis to be guest with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stillwell and from Camp Stewart, Ga,, will come Pfc. Jack W. King, who will arrive Saturday la spend the holidays with his mother, Mr. W. L. Green. Arriving Thursday from the University of Arkansas, where they are seniors will be Mr. and Mrs, Charles Crigger, III. to be guests of the Charles Crigger, Jr.'s. Christmas day at the R. A. Nelson home will be celebrated with a gathering of family members. Present will be Miss Alyce' Nelson of Memphis, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Green of Hot Springs, Mr.'and Mrs. B. F. Gay, Jr., and family of Memphis and Blythevllle residents, Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Garrlgan. Miss Gay Garrlgan of the University of Arkansas and Mrs. B. P. Gay.. Leaving for Tennessee Dec. 24 will he Miss Betty Dodds, who will be the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, Sr., of Newbern, From their Torrance, Calif., horn* are coming Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hollingsworth who nre scheduled to arrive today to visit Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Burks and Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Burks and Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Holling.worth. Completing the family circle at the Burks home is Pat Burks, who arrived Saturday from the University of Arkansas. Bill Bracey also has arrived frnm Ihe university of Arkansas to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Bracey. Arriving Thursday from the .University of Missouri, Columbia, will be Charles Czeshin. who will guest with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Czeshin and brother, calln. Journeying away from Blythevllle will be Mrs. Lydla McGhce and daughters. Miss Ddris McGhec and Miss Jo McGhee, who are gclng to Meridian. Miss., Dec. 23 to join in the celebration with former Blytheville residents. Mr. and Mrs. 'jack Chamblin and sons. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuecday Phebcan Class of First Baptist Church has Christmas party at 7:30 p.m. at the Clear Lake Road home of Mrs. Harry Bogan. Country club Duplicate Bridge League meeting at 1:15. Wednesday Mrs. Herman Bcsharse entertaining High Two club. , Mrs . Thursday Herman Turner has dinner Officers Honor Beta Chi Class Officers of the Beta Chi Clais of the First Presbyterian church last night entertained with a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Jess Horner on North Highway 61. /Mrs. Bob Logan fs class president; Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, vice president, and Miss Lois Field, secretary. Twenty-eight guests attended the celebration and Miss Mary Outlaw served as entertainment chairman. The Christmas story was told by Mrs. Hugh Hudson after which the guests exchanged gifts and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, class teacher was presented a gift. Mrs. Clyde Wilson .had charge of the decorations of the home. Snow- scenes, holly, and « lighted Yule tree ornamented In sparkling balls formed the party setting. The refreshments later served were In keep- Ing with the holiday motif. Auxiliary Has Session in Home The meditation, "The Refugee." was given by Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston last night to open the meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, for which Mrs. C. p. Cockle was hostess at her Hearn street home. Mrs. S. S. Patterson gave the Brazilian theme program. Following the meeting, Mrs. Cockle served refreshments. party at 7 p.m. complimenting TLE Club. Music pupils of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe entertaining with annual musical tea at the Lowe home from 2:16 to 8 p.m. Mary Martha Class of First Bap- list Church has 7 ,p.m. party at Ihe home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Mrs. Ivy Crawford co-hostess. Annual party for children of members of Country Club beginning nt 7:30 p.m. • Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble al 7:30 p.m. Friday Annual Chrislmns party of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority at North Star Supper Club preceded by 0 p.m. meeting al the home of Mrs. Joe Warren, Capter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at the Rilcy Jones home. Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. Harry >. Haines and Mrs. Jones, hostesses. SifndaT Miss Mildred Chambers becomes the bride of Ed\\-ln P. Stubblcfield in a 4 p.m. ceremony at the Church of Christ. Miss Doris Sitone and Robert Feliton Dean exchange nuptial vows at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Miss Karolyn Hose Speise and Clement H. Whistle. Jr., marriage performed in First Presbyterian Church In Osceola. Miss Ch.irline Wicker and Tom Brown, Jr.. wed in Full Gospel Tab- Yarbro Women Meet in Home The Yarbro Womens Society O I I » Christian Sen-Ice oJ the. Methodist " Church last night met In the home of Mrs. Jimmy Hemby. | y Miss Alice Marie Ross. Mrs. Lo- i S well Btirnham and Mrs. M. O Me- j —,..„ .-,«, u,e K ev. ana .Mr* " ae w «e co-hostesses for the com-i Harvey T. Kidrt n nrt family for the ~".", bl - m ° ntn 'y meeting - and V.,IA ./,»,™ i._ ,,_ „„.. Christmas party. KJIG aciiMm win oe Mr Kidri «; T% ,_ mother. Mrs. Harvey T Kitld Sr L Mye L by Mr5 ' Johnn . v J°hn»n of Memphis, who Is arriving Satur-1 ^" n the actmlles ""d *he srrin- , day. Also guesting with the family will be Mr. anrt Mrs. E. J. Edw« s , Jr., who arc arriving Saturday tram their Kansas City Mo home £ visit Mrs. Edwards' pa'r^Mr and Mrs. John Stevens of Dell. Guesting with w O Andersons for the holidays are Mrs cna r ,"s Anderson and son of Tensacola Pin., who will be joined this weekend by Mr. Anderson, who Is serving with the Nnvy and Is stationed at Los Angeles. Boulder, Colo., will . . Shtblcy Jr.. this wckend to visit his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Shlbicy Calif. From come A. G. Mr. Shiblcy [s a student at the University ol Colorado. Edward Lee Pipkin activitles and the scrip- was giveri by Mrs. Mack Webster. The reading "The Carol That Was Never Sung" was presented by Mrs. Walter Barnes followed by group singing led by Mrs. Denny 'Hammond Service Program Is Presented "Where Advance" was the Royal Service program given for members of the Armoral Baptist Wo- mens Missionary Society, who met yesterday with Mrs, W. E. Edmondson. Mrs. Welrion McCain was program leader and participating were, Mrs, Edmondson, Mrs. Leonard Smith, Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Hugh DIxon and Mr*. Ira Dickson. Mrs. Pat Patterson gave the devotional. Mrs. McCain, Mrs. Klliott and Mrs. Patterson were named to gather gifts for the church Christmas tree. Prayer (or world peace closed the meeting. A radio sending and receiving station on wheels has started probing the outer layers of the earth's atmosphere with the objective of Improving long range radio communications. ernacle ceremony. Miss Margaret Ann Hickey and Harold Stockton exchange vows in 3:30 p.m. ceremony In Newport. Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4tOO p.m. dally tor our pro- xram announcements. Box Office fhone 215Z Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday GIVE THEATER BOOKS FOR XMAS 2.50 each Tuesday & Wednesday ^ . Bunch, president, con- buslness S!Bslon - In th __ ^ sncial hour, the members exchanged £ Sifts. Thursday from Washington University at St. Louis to spend Hie holidays with his mother. Mrs. Lucille Pipkin and sister, Mrs. Doris Phillips and family. MKsnurlans Due Also arriving from St.' Louis will he Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Jr., on Dec. 23 while Mr. and Mrs. W L their holiday » I will arrive 1 0;ip! ' llned ln court ^' h V hJs"rno'n'ey- 'S nlver- '™ di " g businFSS had proved so un- ! * Money Lender Now Borrows SINGAPORE (IP)— A watchman . Smith will hav profitable. He used to make a profit | ! of S50 monthly in monev-Icnding 1' by advancing money at 4 per cent 11 interest. Now, he sold sadly, he has to borrow money to keep up his money-lending busine-ss and he has to pay 4 per cent himself. and Mrs. James Smith and children, Billy and Josephine of Lilbourn, Mo. Miss . Portci ' r*""" -?C."~ ""• i ' °" Christmas day for her home i will leave Fri- Roe to loin in ' 1 "" ems. Mr. anrt Mrs. A. A. Porlor. From the University of Arkansas will come Miss Shirley Barksdale. . who is scheduled to arrive Dec, 20 Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and daughters, Dclores and Donna, will motor lo Jonesboro Christmas day for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Ei- tn " Kirby «m leave Dec. 20 for The _Shrine club's annual Yule I Mo »nt Pltnsant. Mich., to spend Shriners Plan Annual Party P n fi ! 'J? r rri Pt' !rd children "will "be j the Yule holidays with" her "brother held Thnr^ n ,. ., .v.. ^, Dr Forrest Moore. On Dec. 21, Alan Berry will arrive from Tnlane. New Orleans, to be the holiday visitor at his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and brclher. Jerry. The croup will be In Prentis.5, Mta., Christmas day for a visit, with relatives. »by, City b.ihy. City City Citv held Thursday at the Shrine Club fit the nir base. .Toys will be distributed to the guests and supper will be served the shrine Club members, their families and the guests of honor according to Max Parks, club president. Last Minute Christmas Shoppers! REMEMBER .^ Orders Accepte for CHRISTMAS DELIVERY until DEC. 19 Sears Roebuck and Co. Catalog Order Office Store Addr«s* Phon* You're sure to find (he gift you've been looking for at Vickie and Barbara's Gift Shop! Check through this list of wonderful gifts: Maderia Linen Tahle Cloths, Damask Table Cloths and Lace Table Cloths; All Type Dolls priced from 49c to 18.95; Eastern Star Plates, Masonic Holy Bibles and Bibles for the aged; Evan's Lighters, Penthouse Ash Tray \ Sets; Boudoir Lamps at only 7.95 a pair; Costum. J Jewelry, Planters, Candy Dishes anrt Bowls, Salt J and Pepper Shakes, Colored Percale Sheets, 3 sheets, | 2 pillowslips.. .only'10.50; Spoon Drips, Biesk Fig- I urines, Jam & Jelly Sets, Lamps for Baby's NUT- I sery, Girl's Doll Dishes in complete sets; Living I Room Lamps only 12.95 a pair; Hand Painted Au- | itimn Leaf Tea Sets, 21 Piece Set for only 21.95, J Wall Plates, hand made in Italy; Hand Painted Chi- f nes« Figurine Lamps in Red or Chartreuse, only | 39.95 a pair...many, many other lovely gifts to « choose from. * A Come tn today! £ Vickie & Barbara's j GIFT SHOP I Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday CUSTUU KMET Mnumm IMC (ITIMK [(I Clllllll KltNM BERRY'S has the gift she wants ... the gift she'll really appreciate this Christmas! Lovely lingerie ... distinctive gift handbags ... glamourous blouses ... gay holiday dresses ... sheer nylon hoisery ... yes, any gift for the lady can be found at BERRY'SI

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