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PAGE FOUR BLYTKEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS acte Jane ShelUm, Society Editor Newi Phone 4461 "Snowmen" Theme of Yule Dinner-Party "Snowmen" was the theme of the dinner-Christmas party wlilcl- complimented members of t i> t Gleaners Sunday Class of ihe First Baptist Church and guests last night at the Alvin Huffman, Jr home. Guests were Mrs. W. Marlon Williams, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and Mrs. C. S. lemons. Arranged on the front doors of the home wns a htiRC snow man complete with hat and piiie. Greet ing the members as they arrived were Mrs. Russell C. Favr, preside it of the clnss and Emily Huffman, daughter of the host and hostess. •Entwined along the stair case of the reception room was waxy greenry In which was Interspersed snowballs tied in red ribbons. Centering the mirror back mantel of the entertaining room was Santa Clans and his eight reindeers riding In a mass of greenery, The buffet style dinner was served from the dining table which was overlaid with madcria ciltwor'i cloth and centered with n family of snow men complete with father, mother and baby, flanked on cither side with gleaming red tapers. Mlnlattirc snow men set in rosettes of greenery centered the Individual tables at which the guests were seated. These snow men were later presented as favors. Immediately following supper the remainder of the evening was spent in exchange of gifts from under the large colorful Christmas tree placed In tlie living room of the home. During the evening Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Hays Sullivan led the group In prayer with Mrs. Walter Bishop reading portions of scripture. Christmas carols were EUIIR after which Mrs. James Hoy presented K devotional on Christmas Spirit followed by "The Little One" which was given by Mrs. Lloyd Stlck- mon. "Night of Nights" wns sung by Mrs. Farr and Alvin Huffman, Jr., accompanied by Mrs. Murray smart exchanged after which the group gifts. Several group gifts were presented the teacher of the class, Mrs. Walter Bishop- * * • Mrs. Etlis Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Fifteen guests presented miscellaneous gifts to Mrs. Harmon Ellis, who was before her recent marriage Miss Margaret Hill, last night at a shower given In her honor by Mrs. Calvin Hill. The guest* were seated In rooms decorated In complement to the Christmas theme for the evening of Informal entertainment.. Prizes, were presented Mrs. Leon Wilson and Miss Bea Moore in the games which were played during the evening. A sandwich plate was served by the hostess during the evening with tiny silver bells tied in red ribbons centering each plate. Mrs. Ellis wore for the occasion a black taffeta Irock with red accessories. Mrs. Hill was assisted In serving by Mrs. Felix Hill, .mother of the honoree. Golden Rule Class Packs Orphan's Box At Parly ' Replacing the usual exchange of gifts by members of the Golden Rule Sunday School Class of the First Christian Church at Chrisimas time was the new plan inaugurated by members of the class last niyht a' the annual party when the group packed a box to be sent to the Christian Orphan's home at St. l/ouis. Teacher of the class, Mrs. ,1. C. Ellis, was hostess to the group last night at her home which was decorated throughout with poinsettias and Christmas scenes. During the games of the cvcnin; Rupert Crafton Jr., waa presented a prize. The buffet - style refreshment were served from' the dining table which was overlaid with a white cloth and centered with a miniature glowing Chrisimas tree. Yuleliclc Parly Feies Episcopal Auxiliary A Christmas party for members of tnc Woman's Auxiliary of St Stephen's Episcopal Church was given last night by Mrs. S. S. Patterson and Mrs. E. H. Mason at the Patterson home. 818 West Main. Eou^hs of pine interspersed with briulltEy painted pine cones were banked on the living room mantle, nnd fipuruu's depicting Christmas scenes v, r rrc arranged on the piano and In the windows. The holiday colors of red. silver and green, were further emphasi/ed in the dining room, where the table was centered with a mammoth red Christmas candle surrounded with sprays of holly and red berries tied with red nnd silver ribbons. These were later presented to the guests as favors. Several Chrisimas contests were conducted during the evening, with prizes going to Mrs. Emma Nolen. Mrs. Leroy Huddlcston and Mrs. Richard Becker. Following the serving of the dessert course, the group if,' Christmas carols, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. John Illythe. Baptist Circles Have Yuletide Parties Circles of the WMU of the First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon in the homes of various members for studies and Christmas parties. Mrs. Joe Waddy was hostess to Circle One with seven members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. F. L. Itcafinn. In the social hour of the afternoon which was held in rooms dcco- Jitcd in the Christmas motif, gifts were presented the. chairman, Mr.s. E. H. \Vocid.son,' and the Mission Study Chairman. Mrs. Ltoyd Stick- luon. Circle Two met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Seeruan for a 1 o'clock unchcon preceding the afternoon >nrty. Fourteen members were present for the two course luncheon served In the Yule bedecked rooms of the home. In the meeting fol- owiug lunch, Mrs. E. E. Stevens ave the opening prayer afler which Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer gave the dc- 'otlonal. Mrs. Stevens also taught he lesson. After the group exchange; of gifts ;roup gifts were presented the hail-man, Mrs. Murray Smart and he study chairman, Mrs. Stevens. Mrs. Smart also presented gifts to fficers of the circle. Special guests or the affair were the Rev. and Sirs. E. C. Brown, C. W. White and Miss Hazel Brannen. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship was llos- o.ss to members of the Circle Three t her home for a Christmas party. Mrs. R. W. Woolen and Mrs. Ebb 'arson led the afternoon prayer. Mrs. C, S. Stevens taught the les- on after which the members ex- haneed gifts. The Blankenship ionic was decorated throughout with Christmas decorations. Fourteen members of circle Four net at the Henry Westbrook home the annual Christmas party. Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs. Charles Newcomb led prayer after which Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., taught he lesson. In the exchange or gifts he group presented the teacher, Mrs. J. T- Westbrook. with a gift. Mrs. Russell Marr was hostess to a members of Circle Five at? her ionic which was decorated through- ~ut with Christmas scenes for the party. Mrs. Walter Bishop gave the levalional after which Mrs. Charles iay Newcomb presented " "I'was the Night Before Chrisimas." Guests amending the parly were Mrs. Frank Atkinson and Mrs. H. !1. lamison, houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson. Group gifts were presented the chairman, Mrs Ted King and the teacher, Mrs A'altcr Bishop. Mr.s. E. c. Brown entertained iieinfoers of Circle Six nt her home with the opening prayers being given by Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Jim ifton. Guest for the meeting was Mrs. Willie Williams ol Texarkaua. ments vvrrc prepared for the group by Mrs. Buss Krttinscr. Mr.s. K. H Lafcrncy nntl Mrs. Raymond Sliam- Ipecial guests for the affair were l:n with Linda Kettim;cr. Kay La- Mr, and Mrs. Boyce Moore, spot;- | fcrnr-y and Gleucia Shamlin assist- The grorn was dismissed with a good-night circle. Miss Mary Jo Katon sors of tile C. Y. F. and Miss *Sita Rose. Hall. Girl Scout Troop Mas Little House Palry T]] the Christmas gamps played nl Ihe Sudbury Girl Scout Troop I j |iarty yesterday afternoon, prizes \vcrc won by Kay Lnferncy and Dolores Lum. The irrcujp met. at the Little Hou.so for nn afternoon of games and exchange ol gifts. During the afternoon refresh- the Shim Starts 7:00 Box OlTire Opens 6:45 Bargain Night livery Nishl Kyccpt Saturday No passes linnnrcil on Sundaj ! Ihc HOXY Tuesday & Wednesday KAY MILLAM) worn loiHR • mm KIICHEU SclcTtnl Short Subjects Continuous Shows I!ox Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 10:00 a.m. R':15 p.m. 4:30 n.m I.1STKN TO 1U.C.N Tuesdiiy & Wctlnpsdii Selected Short Sutijccls Contimious Showing r Bits of News Mr.s. Marvin Lane, who has been seriously ill at Bljlheville Hospital for the past several days. Is now convalescing at her home on Highway 01 South. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Lauman of Ocean Springs. Miss., announce Ihe birth of a son yesterday at a Bl- loxi hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, has been named Peter J., Jr. Mrs. Lauman is the former Miss Maudie Modingcr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger Sr of Blylheville. Mr. and Mr.s. John Taut and son. John, Jr.. will return to their home -Ills afternoon at Warden, Mo., after visiting here as guests of Mr ami Mrs. C. A. Taut. Mrs. H. L. Chambers lias gone to Jackson. Miss., where she plans to spend several months with her laughter. Mrs. Kills Snipes and an illy Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Gross ind daughter, Betty Lou and Mr. and Mrs. C. I,. Johnson are spend- ng today in Memphis. Mrs. H. B. jamiKon of Kosicusko. Miss., is visiting here as guest of ler brother. Dr. C. E. Wilson mid Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Jamison plans to •eturn to her home Friday. Condition of Mrs. R. T. Cain who las been confined to her home for several days with a severe cold is mproved. Mrs, Cain Is now able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Rol.sf.on of iikcston, Mo., left today (or their lome after having spent several ays here as guest of their daugh- er. Mrs. David c. Slovens and Mr. Stevens. Annual Yule Party ^fanned by Masons As was the custom In former years, members of the Chlckasawba Lodge 134. F. & A. M., and their wives vill observe the holidays with a hristmas party at the Women's Building at Walker Park on Thursday evening. December 15th at :30 p.m. A Christmas tree. Santa Glaus nnd turkey will be on the program. Eacli member and guest will 'bring i toy, old or. new. to be placed on he tree ns a gift. Later thn gifts vill be re-wrapped and packed for ihe Shrine Chib to be prescnteJ to their guests at a party for crip|-led children. Committees are: arrangement. Victor Stilwell. Lester Godwin, and Ed Cook; refreshments. Fred Boyett, Maurice Sanders and Earl Danon; entertainment, rt. E. Blav. ock, w. C. Colston and E. M. Hoft; tec-orations, Max Parks. Curtis Ben- lelt. and Alton Hardy. lousegucst of her daughter Mrs. Brown. A Bible quiz was conducted luring the afternoon after which he chairman of the circle, Mrs. Jim Hraftori.- : --nnd Ihe mission sludy :httirmnn,~Mrs. Kendall Berry, were presented gifts. At the conclusion of each mcet- iig, the hostesses served retresh- ncnts. NEW MUMHHKS or JUXlOlt Si;itvu:i: AOX!l,lAltV-siiown at the coffee this morning given at the Country Club in houor of the new members of the B lylheville Junior Service Auxiliary are the new members. Standing telt to right arc Mrs. Freeman Robinson. M rs. c. P. liambo and Mrs. J. E" Stevenson, Jr. Seated (left to right i are Mrs. W. T. Rainwater and Mrs. I. R. Coleman. New Members Join Service Auxiliary; Morning Coffee At Club Fetes Group five new members of the Blylhe- ville Junior Service Auxiliary, the first to be accepted since the group's organization Inst May, were complimented this morfllng at an informal coffee at the Country Club. Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr. president of the Auxiliary and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., acted as hostesses at the affair which WHS given in the entertaining rooms of the club. Centering the linen clothed tables from which the assorted party foods were served was a miniature showman family with mother, father and baby, clustered among greenery. Boughs of holly and polnsettlas were placed throughout the rooms. New members accepted for the Auxiliary Include: Mrs. 1. R. Coleman—the former Miss Kathleen Campbell ol Clarks- dalc. Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Coleman moved to Blylheville over a year j ago from Jackson. Tenn.. and now make their home at 1521 Holly, i [Jublk . ilv Ml , s ,, w ., They have two sons, Don and fKKldem M , 5 _ j ' Michael. I ville. Following her siadnation from the University of Tenn., Miss Simpson came to Blythcville to teach home economics. She met Mr. Robinson and decided to make Blythe- villc her home. They have two daughters, Anne and Susan and make their home at 1005 Walnut. Mrs. J. K. Stevenson—the former Miss Mary Cage Tarver of Ruston. La. Mr. ai'.d Mrs. Stevenson have been Blythcville residents lor the past :-evca years following their school romance-marriape at Louisiana Tech. They have two children, Mary Tarver and John Ernest Stevenson 111. The Blylhcville Junior Service Auxiliary has contributed 1038 horns to worthwhile projects of the Auxiliary and charities of the (own. The project of the club lor the j year is a vision screening test for every school child in Blytheville Olficers 01 the group are: president. Mis. Fendlcr; chairman of Adams; vice- Roy; cbair- Al The Hospitals Blrllievillc Hospital Di.irnissed: Mrs. P. H. Raspberry, City. Wyltc Burlock. City. C. ModiiiBcr. Sr.. City. A. C. Twineham. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Zula Smith. City. Mrs Henry Grant. Dell. Mrs. Otis Crawford. Stcele. Mrs Jimmy Parks and baby. Air Base. Baby B. F. Ray, City. B. A. Frank. Holland. Mrs. Kenneth Lovelace and baby City. Edwin Lee Southern, Pnrtapcville Neal Scott Harper, city. It is estimated that the United States lias 30,000 buses in intercity service. Coming Evenrs Civic Calendar Jaycecttcs Tuosrlay will have TUESDAY^DECEMBBR 13, 194 S Goodfellows and PTA In Manila Arrange for Benefit Supper Thursday the Qoodfcllows ol for obtaining p] ay . • parly at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs, Phillip Applobaum. Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet for turkey dinner at home of Mrs. Marion Williams with Mrs. C. B. Coats and Mrs. R. E. Blavlock co- hostesses at 7 p.m. Phebcan Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. Alton B. Jaggers. 1010 Holly for Christmas partv ul 7:30 p.m. Siidlmry PTA lias Executive Board meeting at 2:30 p.m. General meeting at 3 p.m. Chapter "D" of PEO Sisterhood meeting for luncheon at R. A. Porter home with Mrs. Porter and Mrs. B. A Lynch as hostesses Thursday Mrs. G. G. Caudill hostess to Thursday Club. Thursday Rook meets with Mr.s. H. C. Blankenship. ' Mrs. Ralcight Sylvester will entertain Thursday N'iiiht Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. Fred McGregor. Mis. G. V. Daws compliments Blythcville Hook Club with luncheon-Christmas party. Mrs. Marvin Nunn hostess to Octette, Kuzlian .Sunday School Class of First Baptist^ will be complimented at home of Mrs. Joe Ramcy-at 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Club will meet with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Friday Mrs W. F. McDauiel entertains Friday Contract Club. Mrs. RO.SS Moore compliments: members of the CBC Club with the annual Christmas party. It is estimated that U. S. tourists in Canada spent a quarter of a billion dollars last year. Woman's Council Has Ltinchcon-Yule Party The Women's Council of tile First Christian Church met yesterday at the church for a 1 o'clock luncheon and Christmas parly. Hostesses to the group were Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. R. L. Dedman. Luncheon was served from long tables overlaid with white cloths with gaily colored Christmas balls and scenes placed at intervals along the tables. Following the luncheon money which the members had made through various kinds' of work — cake baking, baby sitting and othei bits of work—was given to the coun cil project. A grab bag composed of articles for the kitchen was passed among the group by the hostesses with the articles later being presented to the church kitchen. The group was dismissed with prayer. Funds for Manila and Biound equipment for" tli schools supper will be sougll t at the Manila High School gymnasium Thursday nHH The Manila Parent-Teacher Association and the Manila Club are sponsorini Lion, benefit " , nm> ,, rt K ns0i '"'7 lne "wiffit >ui>iei. and have sc f a Sl.OOO »oal for the event, w. w. Fowler, chairman of the comtnltlpp «„. „,.. "., today Tlie , committee announcd final plans for the benefit were drafted at last week's Yn,,« Club meeting, when » ** an nounced that members not present for the box supper would b e ^b j«-t to n S10 fine. su "' 'Hie PTA members are to furnish boxes and cakes for the event and the l«-o sponsors will lhen ( i lvirtc tlie proceeds to support the semr- " ale projects. avi/." Wampum Chief Military Strategy of the Indians SANTA BARBARA, Calif. —M>)-_ American Indians used wampum for more than Just money, says Dr Wilbur R. Jacobs Santa Barbara College historian. He reports wampum figured importantly In diplomatic relations among tribes. Jacob says bell.s were used to cement alliari'-es, prevent disir-tes and also to 1J -ut fy m-s<,-»">-r.v ,.,-,'| "ambassadors" to tribal councils DOWN GO FILM COSTS! When you buy Ideal FILM SIZES: 127 -120 -620 -116 FINE GRAIN • PANCHROMATIC' ALL FILM GUARANTEED WOODS DRUGSTORE 221 West Main Mrs. W. T. Rainwater—the former Miss Sarah Morgan of Wilson, Ark., Dr. and Mrs. Rainwater also continue the new addition to Blythcville list. They moved here a year ago and make their home at ' 1001 Beam. They have three chil- j drcn, Terry, Becky and Morgan. , Mrs. C. P. Rambo—the former ! Miss Florence Daniel of Memphis. [ Afler four years of Blytheville life she now claims Blythcville as home. Mr, and Mrs. Rambo make their home with their two children. Don and Mary Ann, at 1017 Holly. Mrs. Freeman Robinson—the former Miss Virginia Simpson of Knox- | man of fihiince, Mrs. John Caudill; tren.surer,, Mrs. James C. Guard, secretary. Mrs! W. H. Pease: and chairman of welfare, Mrs. Monroe Grain. 15, 45 © 1ADA VEN 3, 1ILPS Xmas Suggestions From THE GIFT SHOP FOR THE HOME. . .1'icliiri-s. tamps, vases, crys- titl (rays and rose liowls, DouUon figurines, waste baskets, silver service, silver trays, silver sull and pepper sds, silver bon lion dishes. . .antique China and glass, Irish Helcek Trays iititl Vases. © FOR .MKX...Dnnliill aflcr-sliavc lotion with initials, leather and metal desk sets, cocktail glasses, tie racks, suit hangers, gjfl certificates, roulette and chess sets, poker chip sets, ash truys, office lamps ami desk appointments, stationery, carving forks e FOR WOMKN. . .Compacts, cologne, hose and handkerchief boxes in satin and plastic, handkerchiefs, silver jewelry, jewel boxes, figurines, China ash trays, stationery, cologne travs, perfume bottles. " " " ,,.,,„,,. wcifi |,, s ' e FOR CUM, DRF.X... |) 0 i| s , snow, toys for little lots, stationery, compacts, perfume, bron/.c liovscs, smalt cups and .saucers, vases, and collectors items. And many, many more. We invite yiui In come in and look around .. .you're S ii rc („ find thai very unusual, prized gifl. THE GIFT SHOP MOSS BRYAN 103 Host Main Street MRS. IJOUCET HADACOL/is good for all ages, bringing five ot nature's B vitamins and important minerals to the young and old alike, Kecently the HADACOL folks received the good nov/s that among the countless thousands who had been benefited by HADACOL was a Jady of 85, Mrs. Edrnond Doucet, of Church Point, La,, is 85 years o!d. having thousands of friends in the picturesque EvangeHne section of I. n u i s i a n a w ii e r e she v,-.is born and h.is spent all of her li'f e. Those friends are happy to k n o w that Mrs. ' Doucet feels better now than at Tuny time in t-.vn years and M i v c s the v r e d i t to HADACOL. "I had been sick for almost tv/o years and wns suffering with gastric disturbances and bloating. I was run down, had lost weight mid had to stay in bed most of trie time. 1 lost courage find fell thru there was no hope for me." Mrs. Doucet had tried many preparations without apparent beneficial results when she heard tfu 1 glorious news about HADA- COL. "After taking several bottles of HADACOL I felt like n new per son," said Mrs. Doucet. "I eo' anything I want without ill cf f^eu and sleep well. I feel muct Mi-;, Doucct was suffering fron a Ktck of B vitamins and th* minvrals which HADACOL con t.'ims. HADACOL comes to yoi ::i liquid form, easily assimilates in ilia blood stream so that it car £o to work right sway. H is easj in understand, therefore, \vh> c"'jntirs,=; thou sands have beer iii'iiefited by this amazing tonic HADACOL. So it malt era not how old yov nre or who you are ... it matter; nni. whore you live or if you have tried all the medicines under the -^m, give this wonderful prepara- turn HAOACOL a trial. Don't gr (i n suffering. Don't continue fcj K' t id a miFcrable life. Many per- s^ns who have suffered ant' v.nitfd for 10 to 20 years or even I'T.^er, are flble now to livf h"ppy, comfortable lives because HADACOL supplied the vitamin, 1 *md minerals which their system? needed. lie fair to yoiirself. Tempo r.iry relief is not eunuch fot you: Give HADACOL a Inol! r Kirby Drug Store, i *«» \n a Colorful Tinselled Plastic Bail Ready to Hang on the Tree Here's a way in m alte a double impression at Christmas lime. Give our sheer, dear, lovely IMojiul Stockings in a colorful tinselled hall package done up with a pretty rihhnn and gift card. Come in and c!»mse your Aiojuds. . .the gift that never misses with Miss or Mrs. In addition, the ptaslic ball may he used through the year as n jewel box, fo hold knitting yarn, to carry hose when travelling, and in other \\a\s. $1.50 Per Pair 59c Per Ball many If yon prefer, Kemhcvps will K ivc you n special Clirislnuis folder iii which you may semi gift stockings, pnnlics, bras. . .all ready for mailing. FEIN BERG'S

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