The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1951 · Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1981 BLYTHEYTLLE (AKK.) COUKIKR PAGE ELEVKf OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettrt Nelle Starr wMrln< mink oonU amid a dUpliy I dwp Jre«e«,. wu Mnd* cut*. Remember KeroT Chrl*imu Party i Mrs, Jo« Cullorri, Jr., tnUtlalncd 1 ler bridge club with * luncheon at ler-home last week. Th« table* were covered wilh printed clothe with Santa Glaus candles jurrounded by snowballs HS centerpiece*. Th« living room mantU was dec- orat€d with pine bough*, holly and large red candle i. Tht member* exchanged gifts preceding bridge games. JAri, Jack Wilson won high, Mrs, ^ic« Ivy, second. An assortment of home-made sweetmeats were pasted with Iced drinks at the conclusion of the par- Yoiuif Matroni Have Party A bridge club consisting of eight young matrons held ltd annual Christmas party Thursday at the home of Mr*. W. V. Alexander, A Christmas dinner was served the guest*. A snow scene and Santa Glaus id reindeer figures centered the dining table. Later the group exchanged guests befort Christmas tree in the living room. Local i Mr. and Mrs. Albert McAKoy and daughter Brenda were guests ol Mr. and Mrs, Sam Coats over the weekend. Ark. Several Progressive Club Wednesday for an all-day sewing and doll-dressing session for needy girls of O.sccoln At noon a covered dish Juncheoi \va* served. Th ey a re fro m We In er, ladies gathered at the STAR GAZING Continued from Page 10 say you were ten years younger than, you really are." And tveryone lived happily ever after. The name of Korea was changed in 11)11 t« "Chosen," but everybody still calls the colony by its former name. It U about the size of Utah In area. Seoul, the capital, WELS renamed Keljo by the Japanese, officially, In 1910. Two-thirds of the missionaries in Korea are American*. Remember when women boughi ijalk itnd mashed It into face Ru'der and spit on an artificial red roe* to rouge their cheeks? Now their face powder has to be blended Just BO and their rouge mus match their lipstick and nail polish They Just wouldn't b« well groomex If It didn't. Did you hear about the bachelo. who decided to reform? The firs day he cut out cigarettes, the sec ond day he cut out Hquor, th third day he cut out women, thi fourth day h* out o«t paper dolls I Florence Nightingale, founder scientific nursing, was 90 years ok when she died in 1910. She One* a year the KlwanU Club easts on "chltlings." Some mem- iers of course'won't eat them and urn their noses up, but of course here are some who don't like chicken, Lumpsie, th« chief oook and bottle washer for the club dinner, has worked out a method keep "those who don't 1 ' from backing out the'door. She sprays the building Just before get there, with Air-Wick! secret's outl they all Now the by Jule* Oeraud Cardinal Sallcee, archbishop of this Southwestern French city. In • letter to lib* diocese he said: "Don't speak of Santa Glaus for the very gaud reason lliat he doesn't exist and never has existed. "Don't talk of Santa Claus for Santa Claus ^ an Invention that clever people use to take away the rellgioui character of - Chiist- IX THR CllAN'CKKY COl'RT l-OK THK CHICK ASA WHA DISTRICT OK MISSISSIPPI t'OUNTV, ARKANSAS V, B. KEITH, Ptf. vs HENRY BACKSTROM atld MARY EUK BAUKSTROM. WARNING ORDKK Th»3« defendants Henry Backstrom and Mary Sue Backstrom are warned to appear in thin Court within lliiily (30) days and answer the Complaint, of the plaintiff V. B. Keith. This the llth day of December, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Mflgee. D. C. 1212-19-2G-t'2 You still have a day or so to gel gift to the Vet era as in Memphis. A truck load will be going that way on the morning of the 2lst, so don't be an old Scrooge and wait for the other fellow to have all the Christmas spirit. Give! Wear (he other fellow's shoes for , week before you criticize him. icmied for that city. She cani« from a socially prom nent family and was educated by a irivate tutor. Long before slv cached womanhood she wouli ravel for miles to help the sick, Back in those clays nursing was loiLSiciered beneath the notice of : respectable people and her family ised every argument to discourage The plea was that she was too well educated find could go in the best circles, to spend her life in a sickroom. fc She never gave up her desire to aecoma a nurse. She took her nurse's training in the Institute of Protestant Deaconesses at Kai- serwerth, Germany. She became superintendent of a hospital for governesses in 1B53. In 1856 ihe became 111 and never regained her health. She nursed the wounded British soldiers during the Crimean War where her duties were too heavy for a man to endure. As badly as nurses are needed now, I thought some of oiir young women might be inspired by the story of Florence Nightingale. The Girl's Ensemble, with T. \V. Hunt n.s their director, made their debut at the Progressive Club Tuesday and I must say they are marve- ions. By the hand that was given them, others there had the same opinion, such talentl A merry Christmas from all of us to all of you. 'Don't Speak of Santa Clous/ French Bishop Writes to Diocese TOULOUSE. France W)—Santa Claus .was condemned yesterday Some folks are so shallow they almost get drowned In their own thoughts. 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