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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Suppe Miss Maynard Weds Cliarlccs Jolliff, Jr. With the slow of many white tapers lighting the scene, Miss Barbara Ann Maynard of Leachvillc. daughter of Mr. nut! Mrs. Pascal Douglas Maynnrd of I.eachville became the bride of Charles Jolliff, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jolliff of Leachville. The wedding was sold at the First Baptist Cluirco in I.enchville Dec. 11 with the Rev. W. B. W. T'ierce officiating. Greenery formed IJio background for floor baskets of while gladioli and branched candleabara which were holding; lighted tapers forming an improvised altar. Miss Alene Blickner sang, "I Love You Truly." by J3ond and "Because," by D'Hardelot. Mrs. John Bearden presented thc . musical accompaniment. Mrs. Jean Hoaglaud of Leachville served her sister as matron of honor with Miss Mary Lee Bearden serving as junior bridesmaid. They wore Identical frocks of blue taffeta and pinned while carnations at their shoulders. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, Pascal Douglas Maynard, wore a while satin gown \vlth tightly gathered skirt and poised over a fitted bodice vhich ended In long sleeves fastening over Ihe hands. The deep lace yoke created an off-the-shoiilder effect. Her veil of imported lace and net formed a halo. She carried a w-hio Bible topped with n orchid and lily of the valley. N. M. Jolliff served Ms brother as best man with Lynn Bearden as rins bearer. Following the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to Hot Springs before returning to Gs- ceola to make their home v.'here the groom Is manager of the Chamber of Commerce. For traveling. Mrs. Jolliff wore an original grey suit with green accessories. Christmas Dance Fetes aer Club, Guests Members and guests of the Thursday Supper club were entertained Thursday night at the legion Hut for the Christmas dance. Hosts and hostesses for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Scenes in complement to the holidays were placed in the ball and reception rooms with a Urged bedecked Ctiristimis tree and boughs of holly placed in the. rooms. Arranged on the table from which supper was served was a tree shaped arrangement of vari-colored baubles set in, greenery and leaves of sliver. Burning at either side were slender red tapers. Neal Webster ami Mrs. Webster presented the piano-organ music of Christmas carols for the guests as they arrived and for lhe group singing later in the evening. A quartet composer! of C. O. Redman, Paul Pryor, O. E- Knuriscn and T. c. Branmim presented selections during the evening. Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. nedman also sang "Silent Night." Guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Borum, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jefferles, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Logan, Mr. ami Mrs. Max Usrcy, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson,- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric WllUley, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ncal Gescll. Mr- and Mrs. John Lent!. Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.'Patton, Jr., Mrs. Frances Gammill and escort and Mr. and Mrs. Ed°ar Stacy of Dell. Mrs. Sylvester Honors Thursday Night Club Mrs, Wilbur 'wahl, Mrs. J. J. Cookston arid Mrs. Joe Shanks were guests with members of thc Thursday Night Club when Mrs. RatvlciEh Sylvester entertained thc group at her home on Davis. Bough of Christmas holly an(! mistletoe were suspended from the entertaining rooms In compliment to the holidays. In the rook games. Mrs. Don Haley won high and Mrs. J. A. Saiibn rooko. During the evening, nimvinon cakes and coifce were served from thc luce draped dining table which ' ' ,'V was centered with an" arrangement c of white and silver holly. Tilly Santa Clmis favors were presented the i;ur-sts and mcmtxT.s Oscar Ingram Claims Mrs. Sykes In Ceremony Mrs, Bertha Sykos became the bride of Oscar Ingrain in a ceremony performed Thursday night at .,., . . , , ,. "-,'< i h l^LL T - KC '* y Ch,l«,, C r rt er 0 ^e Mizell arn today announcing the marriage of their niece, Miss Gyone Erhardt. lo B. L. Blnckwell, grandson of Mr, and Mrs. 13. L. EhU'kweil of Strete. The marriage was performed Dec. 10 in Osoeota, Mrs. Black well v:ore a three piece brown and chartreuse corduroy suit with brown accivssories in complement. The bride is a ftrntluate of Hly- thcvllle High School nncl since that time she has been employed in Blytheville. She is now employed at Owens Drug Store. The sroom has fanning interests at Sieele where they will make their home. M. G. Bolick GucsL Artist At Woman's Club Meeting A showing of oil portrait work was given by M. G. Bolick, Memphis artist, at the meeting of the Woman's Club yesterday at the club. The meeting wfls opened \vlth a violin solo, "Admiration," which was played by Mrs. Harry Bradley accompanied at the piano by Mrs. A. B. Jaggers. Mrs. L. L. Hubener who was in charge of the afternoon program gave the Christinas story, "The Gilt of the Magi," by O'Henry. Mrs. Hubener introduced Mr. Bolick to the approximately 52 members and guests present. Mr. Bolick pre-sented a showing of local subjects. The Chib was decorated throughout for the holiday season with a brightly decorated tree and loops of holly placed in the main room, Refreshment-s were served during the afternoon from the )ace draped dining table with massived branched candeiahru holding burning tapers lighting the scene, Centerms the table wa.s giant poliuettas from which flowed red satin streams which ended In large bows encircling the edge of the table Unc. Complementing the Christmas .season was the white and golden cake which wa,«i served with the assorted party foods dnrhiK the afternoon. Hofite.sses lor the afternoon were Mrs. R. E. Van Hoaxer, Mrs. I/jvc Adams. Mrs. R. A, Copeland, Mrs. Ncy Hunt. Mrs. O. E. Knudsen, Mrs. Huffman Home Setting For Dinner-Yule Party Approximately 50 members o( the Friendship Class, under the direction ol .Mrs. c. L. Evnns, and the Character Builders Class under the direction of Alvln Huffman, jr., of the First Baptist Church met last night at the Huffman home for a dinner. And yulellde party. Loops of greenery and nandlna berries were placed in the reception and entertaining rooms of the home. The buffet styled dinner was served from the lace draped dining table which was centered wilh a complementing Yule centerpiece of greenery. In the evening projram following dinner, (he Rev. B. C. Brown toltl the story ot the Christ Child. The remainder of the evening was spent in singing Christmas carols after which the grqups presented their teachers with gifts. Special guests for the affair were thc Rev. and Mrs. Brown. C.B.C., Guests Meeet •or Christmas Party The C. B. C. Club and four guests met yesterday at the home of Mrs Rass Moore for the annual Christmas party. Guests meeting with the club wa.s Mrs. Fred Bean. Mrs. Leon Scherer, Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. Elva Poe. Preceding the afternoon same, a two-course luncheon was served bu/fct-stylc to the members and guest from the linen-clothed dining of the Pull Gcvipel Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram will be at home In Blylheville. Bits of News Harvey Morris returned home Thursday night from Greenville, Miss., where he spent two days on business. He was accompanied by Herbert Pierce of Jonesboro. Miss Ann McLcod will arrive home tomorrow from Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo., to spend the holidays as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Damon Mcl^oil. Mtss Gay Ganlgan, a student at Llndenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., arrived lost night to be the holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garrigan. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left today for Newbern. Tenn., to spend the Christmas holidays. Miss Gcorglna Arce left Friday night for Clenfnegos. Cuba, to spend the holidays. She was motored to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey MorrisVhere . she buardcd a plane for the remainder of ihe trip. Mrs. C. D. Dinkens of Hahan, Mo., left Thursday for Hayti to spend several days as guest of her daughter. Mrs. I.'ester licntley. after having visited here as guest of another daughter. Mrs. Paul Mn- hon and Mr. Mahon. Miss Mary Jo Hall of Hampton, Va., will arrive today to be the holiday guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Mrs. C. V. Daws Is In Brinkley where she is visiting her daughter Mrs. O. O. Elkins Jr.. and Mr. Rl- iins. Mrs. Elkins is ill in a BrilH-- ley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dial left this morning for Oalveston, Texas, after having visited here as guests of Tile group was seated in rooms in w'hich were placed colorful polnset- tas, holly and clusters of nandina berries for the afternoon rook games. Winning high was Mrs. Alvin Hardy, second high Mrs. Bean and rooko. Mrs. A. A. Hardy. During the afternoon the group - --^ ..^.^ n .i B in.-.->i;> ut exchanged gifts from under lhe gai- Mr - Dial's sister. Mrs. Milford Milly bedecked Yule tree. '-r, and Mrs. Grady Goff. They also visited another sister, AJrs. Willie Reddlck of Steele. Charles Henderson arrived home Friday from Vanderbilt, Nashville, to be the holiday guest of his parents, Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Tom and Joe Walls arrived home Thursday from Columbia Military Academy. Columbia, Tcnn.. to be the holiday guests of Ihelr parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls. Mayor Doyle Henderson will return Sunday from Dallas. Te.xas, where he has spent several days on business. George M. Lcc, Mrs. J. Risncy, Mrs. Rialcs Hostess I'o Rook Club, Guest A two-course luncheon preceded Lhe afternoon rook games of the Blytheville Rook Club Thursday afternoon when the members and one guest met at the home of Mrs. R. E. Rialcs on Highway 61. Guest with members of the group was Mrs. J. J. Cookston. Complementing scenes arranged n poinsettas. Ivy and namlina berries were placed throughout the ome. In the game Mrs. J. O. Fluey won high. Mrs. Roy Head second" high ind Mrs. Elva Poe rooko. Meeting-Party Fetes Friday Contract Club Mrs. W. p. McDanicls was hos- iers to ihe Friday Contract Club yesterday for the annual Christmas parly. A large Christmas tree and arrangements of holly and nandina berries \vfre-placed throughout the home for ttie affair. Mis. Harry Fritzius ant! Mr.i. Robert Lipscomb. Double Four Feted By Mrs. Love Adams Members of the Double Four Bridge Club met Thursday afternoon at the borne of Mrs. Love Adams lor the weekly game and Christmas luncheon from thc lace draped dining table. In tile game oi the afternoon is. K. R. Dickinson won high and Mrs. ivy Crawford rccond high. During the afternoon group gifts were exchanged by thc members who were seated in rooms decorated in miniature scenes made up of Santa Claus and his reindeers and Christmas trees. OctetIc Club Meets \Yith Mrs. Marvin Nunn Mr?. M!!!-. in N'unn was hostess to the Orlrtte Club Thursday af- '<•: iidon at her home for a dessert \ bndue. ] The aursts were seated in thc i rntrriiiiru: rooms which were dec- ! i phnilers holding color- i III 'he y.Mtin. Mrs. R C Ror-e won j hich ai:d Mrs Nnnii scrnml high In won high and second high . the games Mrs. Loy Welch Mrs. Russell Farr Followinc the same the group exchanged gifts from under the Yule •tree. During (he afternoon Mrs. Mo- Danlels served assorted party foods. Christmas Partv Feies '\valon Bunco Club Piano Recital Given At Osceola Auditorium Pupils of Mrs. Donald Wcrtz who participated in a piano recital nt the County Library Auditorium at 3 p.m. Thursday night were: Elizabeth Ann Ivy. Ina Lcc Matlock. Margaret Crane, Barbara Sue Racsdate. Betlic Lynn Speck, rjwlgnt Driver, Jimmle Lynn Bass Wallace Colbert. Ciirolvn Drew Harlan. Sue Nunley, Bettic Burns. Susan Mattock, Jetlie Driver. Carolyn F a y e Robblns. Sue Wilson. Jimmy Simmons. Jo Rae Summons. Johnny Stricklings. Clara Virginia Colbert, Betty Clare Bowles, and Judith Graves all of Osceola. Also participating was Jo Lee Williams of Wilson and Frances Weathers of Burdette. party honoring members of the Avalon Bunco Club '.vns given yesterday at the meeting of the eroup at the home ot Mrs. Frrri McGregor. Grol'p gifts from under thc Yule tree were exchanged during the al- tf-rnoon. Mrs. Buss Kcitlnyer won high. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin second high and Mrs. Grcgor bunco in the bunco games. New Baptist Minister of Music To Direct Special Christmas Service SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1949 T ' " . . , cl . ° f thc Baptist >n of C. S. White, newly elected minister of music and education, and Mrs. c M. Smart, organist, will present the Christmas story at the evening worship service, seven-thirty o'clock, Sunday, December 18. The service will beijln with the singing of "Joy to the World" by the congregation. "The star Divine," theme of the worship service, begins with a narration of the .story of the coming Messiah, by Nathan Wade. The singing of familiar Christmas carols by the choir will relate the slory ol the birth of the Christ Child. Soloists for the occasion include Carroll Evans who will sing "O, Holy Night," and Mr. While who will sing "Star Divine". The service will be climaxed by a brief "The Divine Star". by the pastor on C. S. White Coming Evertrs Civic Calendar Monday Yarbro WSCS lias Christmas Pariy at home of Mrs. Elzu Wheeler. WMU of First liapLisl meets at church fur Rpyal Service Program .11 a:30 p.m. WSCS of Lake Street Methodist Church meets at 2:30 p m. General meeting; of thc i Women of the First Presbyterian Ch'urch at tiie church at 2:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary Presbyterians to Have Yule Music Program I'i-e annual program of Christ- inns im:.s:c presented each year at the First Presbyterian will be son tomorrow beginning nl 5 CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass Honieinakers Club Has Party A Christmas party for the members of thc Carulhersville Home ,, aruersve om- . eorges Parish makers Extension Club was given l/>uls, Mo. The covered dish """••""" "" "" ..... "' ........ ' Tuesday by Mrs. L. B. Grisham. There were 33 members and two guests, Mrs. Ous Coolie and Mrs. Joplln, present. '• ..... ' '••—.-••*. "— -^ ----- "-"j ana introduce Ihe entertaining rooms were dec- speakers. One of (he guests ated throu kers ' orated throughout in the Christmas .:,«.»«..... ..naming was motif. The buffet slylcd dinner was Cionin of New Madrid Mo served from the main dining room Doyle of the local Catholic table centered with tapers stir- also made a brief talk " rounded with boughs of holly en- The societies ot the church twined with red berries, The indi- nated a large sum of mone 1 vidual tables at which the guests " were seated were centered with holders from which arose single red tapers. Encircling the base of the holders were oily oml sprigs ol evergreen. Following the dinner an Installation service was held. Officers installed were: president, Mrs. J. F. , . . . Patterson; vice - president, Mrs. Murray Zarecor; secretary. Mrs. H. H. Plenum; treasurer, Mrs Abe Giiilher; song leader, Mrs. Olcn Dlllard; and game leader. Mrs Bailey Mrs. C. A. Robertson read a news letter from the stale home agent. The January meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. F. (Pat) Patter- pin. at die church. •• Pit-hide - Pastoral Symphony. " Handel; -Oh, Come All Yc FniYh- Anxillary Has Parly .yehihm of the American Legion '" ~ ' on Mon- '1 he HlL'hi'st." A.shford. presented by the choir: "1 Heard Die Hells on Christmas Day" bv Calkin: "Si- day evening with a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. C. A. Robertson | The Robertson home was deco- j ralcd in complement to the Christ! ma.s season. Bonclis of mistletoe and ••• -=• .—...> muv., on unnstmas I)av" bv Calkin- "Si-i h' ' oe an Hut at 7:30 p.m. for Christmas , lent M»m " ,,,lo"bv Mollv Jo Be7s I 3 m "e»oha leaves ami red ber- •ty. Each lueinber brines vift i/> I i.,,.. ..A ',,..,- -"..."...... P. . nes were banked on the livin offertory will lie made after which the program will be resumed. "All- pels, from The Realm of Glory," by the choir; "O. Holy V.;ltt," Adams, a .solo by Mrs. Tom Miller; "Joy To The World." Handel by lhe choir: "'The First Noel" (Des L. T. Moore will be- organist and I director for the program. party. Each member brings girt , o | ,,.,.. .. Q Lm!c T ; „. exchange am, for Veterans Hospital, hem." Redner, by the choir Ad Mis. j. Cecil Lowe will entertain mothers of her piano sti'deius wilh a reception at her home from 2 to B p.m. I Mrs. Don Aycork entertains the j Dorcas Sunday School Class of the ! Calvary Baptist Church at her home at 225 E. Davis at 1:30 p.m. 't'nrsilay Mrs. Murray McIIaffery entertain thc YM club with a Yute parly at 7 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Thursday 20th Century Club meels at Hul for Christmas dance. Hosls and hoslcs.=es arc Mr. and Mrs. Fiarnes Mr. and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mr. aiui Mrs. Worth Holder and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Edwards. Christmas parlv-luncbeon honors Thursday Rook club at lhe home of Mrs. Richard Prilchard. Nv Phi Mil Yule party at Sycamore House at 7 p m. Saturday Miss Anne Wecdman will become the bride of Edward Smith in a ceremony to be performed at 10 00 a.m. at the First Methodist Church. Sunday Miss Wanda Bfrry w'll wed Ro- Bishop at 'the' First Baptist •re banked on the living room mantle. Christmas scenes, gay seasonal candles and greenery were placed throughout the rooms. Gifts which were later exchanged, were placed on the snowy cotton benealh a gaily lighted Christmas tree in the sun parlor. A brief business meeting was held later in the evening. The group voted to buy a tuberculosis bond HIL iiiuu ; i Mf; firsL i\ocl 1DCS- I *•" '" unj » i n u/». i ^ IUVKM.^ DUIld. canti and "Angels, We Have Heard : Tne mc cting was conducted by the on Hi-'h." old French melody to ; President, Mrs. Truina Summers, be given by the choir. | Christmas CaiUalu to licl'rescntcd land Church at 3 |).rn. Dell Blee Club to Present Yute Cantnt(^ The Dell Methodi-t Church will present the Dell Glee club in a Christmas Cantata tomorrow at 1:3 U p.m. at the Church. The plee club will present several solos and trio numbers in addition to the group selections. The glee club Li under the direction of L. T. Moore, Jr. Noel", a Christmas cantata, by Henry Wessal will be presented to the public on Wednesday evening, Dec. 21, at 7:30 at the .First Baptist Church by the Baptist choir. There will be six soloists. They are the following members of the choir: Mrs. M. J. Yeaaer. Ernest Felts, Mrs. Bennett Cook, Joe Acuff, Mrs. Frances Warth, Mrs. Enrnast Fclis. Farm Home Circle Kiilrctninril Members of thc Carllthersville Farm 1-ome Circle observed the hol Scouts Attend Cooking School Seventeen members of thc Sud- btlry Girl Scout Trcop were scheduled to received certificates entitling them to the Girl Scout Cooking Badge this afternoon, after having i —,>.. >v« me uncompleted a cooking school, spon- 'days with a ChrUmas party Wed- sored by the Arkansas-Missouri "e.iday afternoon at the home of Power Company in the all-electric ; Mr - 5 - E - L. Morgan. A covered dish kitcen at the company's Blytneville luncheon was served at noon. There office. I were IB members and three guests, Thc certificates will be awarded-' Mra ' Janet ° ain - -;'$}&••• Virginia by Mrs. Mary Lois Jordan, home ^^; and M r^E:^-MorgKn;Vr;, : economist for thc power company and "head chef for the school, this afternoon at a tea qiven for - " • the mothers of the Sudbury Girl 1!>C Mor S a " llom Scouts. i laljlc Ui <s cnetcrc _... Mcmlrrs <>! the trrxn tl i 'd I '"' c!UKilc surrounded with bright ed the school were: Linda Kollmser, j Aniia Kf.y L;iFcrney, Billic Sue Gee, | Linda Fmvlcr. Anne Goff, Belt) The holiday colors of red and ecu were emphasized throughout le. The riming room "ed with a mammoth prcentr Burdette PTA Hears Christmas Program The Burdette PTA met in the auditorium of lhe Burdette School Thursday afternoon. The business session was presided over by Mrs. Edith Epperson, vice-president, in the absence of the president. Mrs. H. B. Shcarin . Miss Vcrna Known's third grade won (he SI prize for having the most mothers present. After a Christmas program presented by " King Georr/e's Prayer Adjourns Parliament LONDON. Dec. 17. (,?, King Gcortte VI wound up the fifth scs- s:on of Pr:mc Minister Attlec'.s Parliament yesterday \\ith a prayer for prosperity in impoverished Eiritahi. I pray that under the tjilriniuc of almighty God we shall overcome lhe difficulties that will beset us . , Crocker. Jeannettc Mavtiii. Maiylun Qavnett. Martha Ann White. Glen. .... -• .SOIItl! \V da S.iamhn, Kmily Sue Damon, | |, le ,,ti y . CliristiiKis boucjuets were windows. A stately Christmas tree stood In the living rooms and sea- WTtaths were displayed prom- Rllthie Mac- Cooper, Heulal Davis, Gwendolyn Golden, Dclores Lnm, Shirley Trimm and Mary Ruth Blanchard. and reach the ;!oal of a stable and prosperous economy." the King aaid in a speech read for him in the House of Commons and Lords. The speech dosed a 1-l-month ~ session. Parliament is scheduled to land Catholic friends attended be reconvened Jan. 24. farewell dinner given Sunday after During the social hour the group -sang carols and recorded them. Games were enjoyed and prizes went to Mrs. Bob Martin, Mrs. Bt>yd Pruielt and Mrs. J. C. Grcemvcll. Both the regular "sunshine gifts" and Christmas silts were exchanged. Thc January meeting will be with Mrs. Gene Brown. Dinner Honors Priest One hundred and fifty Protestanl the third were grade pupils, by the „ . refreshments were served i.. me Dunne thc afternoon. Mrs. Me- [ hostesses, Mrs C. D. Lon» and Mrs [Grceor served fruit rake and coffee James Middlcton. China Gifts I Linens and Curtains Solve your j;in problems by yhing beautiful Linens... lea napkins, hot roll covers Kale (ircen- away lunch cloths, Kicldcrcsl lace lalile clulhs, ull- linen caul (able covers in while and pastels, cocktail napkins, Ticltlcresl (owe! sets in lovely colors. CHINA GIFTS GREATLY REDUCED neb'Rblful Ktfl.s for lhe home are lovely Curtains by Corllcy, Kennel li, Hoy a I, and Midwest. Come ii, and sec our nice collodion of distinctive slip cover and Drapery Mulcriul. LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP Mrs. C. A. Hovey lOSSonlh Firs! Street Telephone 815 S.ii rT . ft ii Remember HIS Birthday This Christmas BY ATTENDING CHURCH SERVICES TO HEAR HANDEL'S ORATORIO "THE MESSIAH" Singers fiom Ulyllievillc Choirs Under (he direction of Mrs, J. Wilson Henry. Sunday, Dec. 18th 8:00 P.M. First Methodist Church ; \Vilh (he world famous. l-Strohoconn — [( dikes Hie Ktiessvvnrk out »f (lining. HO REPAIR : Every job absolutely gtinr- :n\fec(i by a bunding cum- Iliany. Music Instruments And supplies of all kiiub from nuiliir picks to bass [violins. Recordings We iiKikc records of your voice and music on pcrtna- ncnl records. Everything in Music Music Store 107 K. Main Tel. S! li noon in honor i „, „,.„„ tocal Catholic priest, recently irons!' fened to St. George's Parish in st Youth Center. at the . Luther Joli,is 0 n was in charge of l " e ™ m ° ny and introduced the .speakers attending ' S.,, thcr Byrnes and the young peopled group presented him- with h . Father Byrnes w « rt . - ly interested and active In the young peoples activities. i The new priest, Father LlblnfeV came here from St. George's Parish in St. Louis, Mo. He arrived earlv this week. Ixicals Arthur. F. Wagner, chairman O f the Pcmlscot County PMA Committee. Ft. R. Pickle, vice-cairman, and Albert n. Cravens, member, attended a conference in St. Louis, M 0l , this week, Mr .and Mrs. Charles 13, Vick and children, Sonja and John, were guests in the home of Mr and Mrs, Ralph Vick of Deering over the week end. Robert E Hudgens arrived hom« for the Christmas holidays Friday. He is a student at Mississippi state College in Starkville, MKs. Parker Moody was in Blylhenlle on bnsine.^s Saturday. Miss Florence Huey spent the week end as a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huey of Lilbonrn' Mo. Frank Dougla.ss was In PorUge- vilie Tuesday on business. Mrs Carles Crow and Mrs. Paul Bookout drove to Cape Giratcleau, Mo., Wednesday. At The Hospitals BLVTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Juanita Lopez, city. Mrs. Vcrnon Marr" and baby, city O. V. Keudrick, city. George W. Heflington. city, m WALLS HOSPITAL ^' Dismissed: Mrs. John Lorren and baby, Holland. Show Starts 1:00 Office Opens 6:45 * £ Barjiln Night Every Night No passes honored on Sunday at The ROXV Saturday Riders of the Dusk 4 Kill! Whip Wilson Serial "James brothers" Ne, I and Short Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:39 Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE lay and Monday j. 9-n, trie, r»ES!NltD BY WARNER 8ROS. TMNSATUNflC • FICIUfiE f~\ UNDER CAPRICORN TECHNICOLOR I'aramounl News & Selected Shorls Cuiitiiiuuiis Showing 1'i'idiiy Fox News Con(. Showing Sun. 1:30-11:00 Conlinuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 ft Show Starts 2:00 ''^ 10:00 a.m. U:IS p.m 4:30 p.m. LISTEN TO Kl.CN Saturday Feudin 7 Rhythm u-itli I'.dilic Arnold Serin I "\Vllii Kill tllckok" \o. It and Short Cnnl. Sbowlnii Snl. 12:Sn-ll:.10 f

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