The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 29, 1949
Page 5
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THUHSDAY, DECEMBER 20, I'M!) BLYTKEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER PAGE FIVH Country Club Group Host at Combination. Yu/e-New Year's Party The doors to Ulylhovillo's Country Chili were opened lust, nij?lil- \vitli ;i combined Cliristniiis Now Y cur's piirty for some '100 or 500 members lions for tile club. The club, which ims licen tho scene foi various sin-Alter w:a! af- falrt, since the middle of September early last spline, and since has nn- facc-liftinK job to con- the giie-sU inaugurating 1'ime- avrtiV.iWc, hns hocn attractively drc- oraicri with cnmvisititnn hirniture ]>ir*i'es at iiitC'i'Viils in tl:e ballroom. Upotj iTf>rj;;mii!;il!mi ihc itH'or- planned mi initial as a nucleus lor Hlythcvillc's social nctJvities. .-..„„.,, n JOD i" mii- porators planned un initial mem- vert the former K n. Cicc home Into \ Ktf \\\ v t o hi- I'.nmtil at 150' hmv- onc ol the finest clubs of its sort cv( . r , I\ IQ |j llut W . IK j.,,,.,. |, lcrl , asi , ( | (f n lnis vicinity. ( ,nd the club now lias about 230 ' The ballroom, sun room, and both members. private dining looms last night were Grass Ripens for the t>olf course, crowded with club members ami improve melus scheduled for lockers gne.sts anxious to make the club's and shower looms, and the securing fonnal opening a gala one. of a i-'o!f pro were other projects Mammoth balloons uoie strmiR nf l!ic Cllui) . w »lrti Is hctnpr set Irom the cbancleliers in the ballroom, with balcony rails, stairways and mantel adorned In holiday (Ec- eor. A bounty of bouffant skirled formats ind tuxedos Indicated members donned parly clothes and party moods for ihe occasion. .^lcin]ihis Orclieslra I'Lay.s Tin 1 entettainmetrt featured damnis' lo inns'" provided by Mdie l""'ismorc and hi.s 12-picre orchestra. '1'he entertainers were recently the tenure attraclion at the Silver Slipper. niBlltcli'b at Memphis. During ihc evening Mr. Dinsmore invited ^•ariolls "^uest directors" from the group to direct the orchestra in a 'lead the band" contest.. Mis.*- Hernice Steavnes o: Memphis. n:cce of Mr.s. 1-anier Reed, club tio.stesR f was also presented in dance specialty routines diirini; thii evening. Officers, directors and party com- imtt^vircn. and their wives greeted guesi.s on arrival. In the rcceivulg line were: Cl''b President W. J. Pollard: W. D. Chamblin and C. W. Afflick. house committee chairmen: floss D. Hughes, honse committee member; Farris McCalla and Harman Taylor, KMtei-tainmcut coniuiittee members; ™ames Terry and Eugene Still, club directors. dull House Kn-dtcnralcil Catering service at Ihe club is beinff directed by Mrs. Heed. The newly-decorated ckib house, with the most modern kitchen facilities •mil-; OUT FOU A CMAT—Pictured are (left lo right) J. T. Sudbury, Mrs. W. D. Cluimblm and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. MeCntcheon, Jiavjny & little clutter before dancing started last ni^hi at the formal opening ot the Country Club. In the foreground is one of the tier-topped tablrs that accompanies the conversational arrangement of the club lurni.shiin'.s in the ballroom, Courier News 1'hoto With the Courts 4 ^ C.'Irciill: .J. n. Watkins vs, American Standard Ijfc Insurance, suit Uj collect S10I.70 on policy. W. B. Oillpxpic vs. Southwestern ]1<MI Telcplmnc Company, suit to collfcl $3.115 for damaKPA resulting from fall over fallen ine, in f'eb- riiary, 1049. N. I). Saniya vs. C. n, I^«is. suit to collect ss.'HJO. i!atn<~gcs allegedly called by fahc arrest. | Harvey DIM ham vs. William Cherry, suit to collect $23:1.1)8 on noie. Howard Wayne O'liannon by his [either vs, OuvUl McCJieyor, suiv u> collect $3,05-1 lor damages cau-ctl uhen cliilcl fell Iroin cab rtrivcn by (k'fcmkinl, February 23. 1D-19. Charley V. Kvans vs. Mr. and Mis. J, W. Mnote. suit to terover SIJ.lHj damages catL'.c from injuries caused in fall on rental property, said to be in need of repair, J. C. Klavens vs. J. R. Perry, .suit io collect. Sl.UQG OH account it\ purchase of propnly located [/>l !0, nlpck "A" of Hie D. M. Moore Addition I'.LVTIItVILLt'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE LAST DAY • Open G::)0 \VIII:N GOOD's CET 'roi the R. I). Hughes 1 . C. W. Afllicks .and lius. is Mr. Chainlilin. tx'H to r -Ilics. Mrs. rhillips unit Mr. e lower picture W. 1). ChaniDiin e foi I-'urris McCalliu Tlie lour. 1 ^ ing Afflick. M doci likewi liist bin fli chiusje of e t'cmrtci- XtMvs Phnlns —With a ringside lalilc. jnst outside tlie ballroom where ell I'hilnps', piclmed haviiif; a "tete n tete" before dunce. Wutcli- !ht csoatedl arc: Mr. Unties, Mi. Alllick (buck to cinneraj Mrs. Mends a hearty rljjhl to llarrnoad Taylor, while C. W. AIlUcl: lit; were (•ctlini! much ciedit for tin: ol the Country Club's ction. Mr. Chainblin and Mr, Aflllck heaitcti the house cuitiinitiee, mid tile oLiier Lwo itcrtainnlcnl. SPOTLIGHT OX I1.VNC1NC <lanciug sos.sion at the holiday ]ian —F.ddie Dcnsiuore and ty, niiirking the debut his orche.stra play of the reorg:ini/,ed Courier News Plmto 'cd out soft and sweet, to open the. Coimtrv Club. "Gift" is Returned HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Dec. 29 lAI'J—E. W. Sterns of Hot Sprini;.-! received a "Christmas present." last September. niiihl. He Unmd an n\:lieHsive autuoatd motor on his front porch. It liud I three lo 10 times as sli beni stolen from his (jaraf-c last er.s in Knropc. l,l!S UISNKV CMITOON uuta workers are. imid (roin lar work- — I'ltl.-SA'l' "My Dog Rusty" "Raiders of South 35HS3SEKH GROUP NO. 2 Choose from the famous names thcit you know so well . . . Rhyrhm Step, Paradise, Red Cross, California Cob- blers, and Foot Flairs. Look at the many, many wonderful styles . . . suedes, calfskins, patents, and reptile calf ... in your choico of high, medium, or low heels. Your favorite color is here . . . black, brown, blue, gray, red, or balenciago. Select from a wide range of sizes: sizes 4-11 and widths AAAA-C. HURRY DOWN TOMORROWl NO REFUNDS-NO EXCHANGES, OF COURSE 312 West Main Phone 2342

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