The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1952
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, t>EC. 8, 1981 " '(AWC.y OUTJRIBR NEWS SCEOLANEWS Continued from Fag« 11 ,e Miss. Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Florida had t their guest* during the holidays, t. and Mrs. B, H. Oailor of North Jjoltna. - feill DUlard and ; John Herring |re home from Baylor College to [rend Thanksgiving with, their par- |u.v • kMr.-^nd.Mrs. Exer Garner had is Kelr guests over the week end Mr. Bd Mrs. Forshee b( Jonesboro. p>tr;-, and Mr«. ,> William^Terry Utchell' announce the birth of a !h Thanksgiving, this Is their first ftld. Mrs. Mitchell'is the former :iS6~ Sarah. Hartley.,. ' : y 'Among Peceolans in Oxford, Miss.; uUurday' 1 for the Ole Miss-MIssla- ,ii State game were Mr. and Mrs. e'c Crosthwalt and daughter, Bete, Billie' Bealle, Mr. and Mrsl Ray arin, Bill Joe Edrlngton, Torhmle sire, Sr.,;Ben Butler, Jr., Mr. and Tim/ Bowles, Claire Bowles, ipt. and .-Mrs..R. Brown, Vernon iton and Jlmmle Erwln. .'.••• Mr> and Mrs. Tommle. Bannister iriounce the birth pi their first illd, a' son.'.Thanksgiving .at .the aptlst Hospital in Memphis. Mis* Ann Speck is spending, two eeks In Osceola and Frenchman's ayou with relatives. Miss Speck is.been/ln the nir inspector's of- ee in Anchorage, Alaska, for two ;ars. She will go to Washington for ''assignment. . • ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coats spent ^thanksgiving In Adkins. Ark,, where Jey attended a family reunion of »e GIbsno family. ^ Seen In Memphis.Friday were s. Clarence Fo-yell and daughter, Nan, .Mrs. • A,' L.' Boyce, Mrs. jeofge Cone. and son, George, Jr., fr. -and Mrs. Dukie Speck and Ijiildren., Mrs: Jim Hyatt, Mrs. Bob Miss Ann Speck, Mrs. Billie ! eall and tons, Bips and Phil. Miss une Rhodes, Miss Billy Silverblatt, Ind Mrs. S. D.- Carpenter. ' s. C. E. Dean and Mrs. Speiicer drove to the " airport, in emphis Friday to meet Mrs. Bob ramer who "had. : spent several eeks with her daughter, Mrs. Bill uller arid family: in Laurel, MfeS; Faber, White spent Thanksgiving 1th his'mother in Conwa.y Bobby Ware' of Memphis spent le week, end with his parents, Mr, Mrs. Roy Ware. - . Mrs: George Doyle-and Miss Marine:-Doyle drove to Sikeston on hursday to eat Thanksgiving din- with their son and brother, reorge Doyle, Jr., and his wife and nail daughter. Warren Weinberg, student, at Washington University at St. Louts, bent Thanksgiving- with ; his par- ilts. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kline and slighter, Kelscy, Mrs. V. P.Winton nd daughter,'Sally Wilson, all of lemphis spent Thanksgiving with <Ir.' and Mrs. Spencer Driver; and Mr. «nd Mr«. Guy Driver. Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Browa ot Jackson, MUs., were the week «nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tim BcwlM. Harlan Starr returned to Long Beach, Calif., Friday where be .U stationed aboard the USS-JSt. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. p. X. Shumacher were guests of their 'aori. T. X. Bhu- macher, Jr., In Siketton over the week end. James Fielder, who attend! Ole Miss, and Harvey Hill, who attends the University of Arkansas, spent Thanksgiving with their parent*. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dunlap, Sarah Lynne Dunlap, Bruce Charles Dunlap, Mrs> B. C. Dunlap and Miss Catherine Dunlap all'of Rldgley Tenn.. were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Tal Tongatj> on Thanksgiving. ... . .'• '•••'' Miss Betty, Ann Whltworth Memphis spent v the holiday'! with her parents, Mrr'and Mrs. J. W Whltworth. . '.-'.':• '-'•-" - ^ '.• .'• ^ Hold Family Reunion . One o( the largest family gath erings during the holidays sea son was the Thanksgiving dinne given by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Drive when they held ai family reunion The out-of-town relatives w e r Miss Charlotte Driver, their daugh ter, of Memphis; Mrs. Gerirud Durivage, Mrs. Driver's'mother, - phi* Iwnd. Memphis;' Mrs. Vernon Winton an granddaughter Sallybne .Wilson; M and Mrs. Romriey Scott, and children, Mrs. : James, L. Driver, .Jr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Kline and daughter all of Memphis, and b!ck Bolder of Houston. Tex. in the dining room, the table was centered with an arrangement of frosty"white:mums centered in yellow.'Silver candelabra holding yellow tapers flanked the centerpiece. The children were seated in "the breakfast : room. .Their table was a replica of the dining table done in miniature. The afternoon was spent informally. ' '• SO Club Meets One, of the gala events which took place In Osceola during the holt- Hrt. J. L, Ward wat hotteu to Friday bridge club. Pliytng with the members f«re Mr i. John Enoch and Mn. W..C. Maton. Mrs. Harry Driver won high club prlM. Mrs, inoch was presented a gift, Mrs. Ward served pie »ua coffee. Garden Club Despite the weather, Wednesday, 16 members attended the meeting if the OKeola Garden Club, when t met at th« country home of Mrs. Harry Matlock with Mrs. Joe Rhode*, Sr., Mn. J. W. Whltworth, Mrs. E. l>. Taliaterra and Mrs. Robert Bailey, co-host«M. The meeting was opened by the jroup singing "Happy Birthday" to Mrs. Jesse Cramer, followed by Mrs. Cramer being named as chairman of the . Christmas 'decorations for which lh« club tponiort yearly She will name her Judges next week. ' ; . •'-...-.'- • The club will not undertake sponsoring the business district this year There .will b« three awards g 1V e n first place to the winner east.o the railroad, first place west of th railroad and first place to the win her In the Negro group. A growlm shrub to each of the winners wll be awarded -after the judging I made known. .' • ' Miss ^Shirley Cone .won first plac In : the afternoon's arrangemen Her collection of driftwood foun on the banks of the river were (111 ed' with drle.d. arrangements ( Christmas greens. Second place iwent to Mrs. Jo Rhodes, ar. The hostesses serve pumpkin pie and coffee. Give* Cocktail Party . Sunday afternoon, members of 5 Club entertained at their club roo in the .'.Hut with a cocktail par from f ive.- to. seven. • Guests w e r Mr. and Mrs. George' Hubbard Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. R. Laiigston and. their daughter. Mr Jack Sartln, Mr..-and. Mrs. .Milt Pope', Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sarta] Mr. .and Mrs. dene % Butler, Ml Josephine Montague, Mrs. Vemi days was the buffet supper given at the 50 Club Thanksgiving ' night. Guests from near and far were .seen: enjoying the hors'd' ouevres, which were served from a lace- draped table centered with Thanksgiving flowers, an .arrangement .of gold tones of chrysanthemums. A traditional turkey dinner served buffet style was-served to th e 75 guests "Which was followed by dancing to the >nusic of a Mem- Uton, Mr.'and Mrs. Boyd White. A lobster'mold served as the table nterp'lece- arid-was ;• flanked by ays ol hors d' ouevres. Arrarvge- «nts' of colorful full flowers cen- red the small tables. The after- con following the cocktail hour spent Informally; ' Music was urnlshed by Willie Bloom at, the. ano. Mr>. Mason HottfM Mrs. W. C. Mason was hostess to er four-table >pltch club at her ome Wednesday afternoon. Fresh aspberry parfalts and carmel cake as «erved to the guests upon their rrival.-Holly and. nandina, berries ere clustered In bowls throughout he entertaining rooms. Guests play- ig with'the members were Mrs larshnll- Kline of. Memphis, Mrs . W. Whitworlh, Mrs. Lona Colbert Irs. J. L. Ward/Mrs. Ed Wiseman nd Mrs^ Bettye Nelle Starr.' High club prize: was awarded to Mrs. Spencer Driver, Jilgh.gues prize went to Mrs. Whltworth. Mrs. Mck, Cromer won low score. Mrs. Mailock EnterUlns Mrs. Harry Matlock wa& hostess to her Monday night bridge club and . one guest, Mrs. Billy Ayres. Fall flowers were used In the en- lertainlng rooms. Mrs. Darrcl) Crane won high score, Mrs. Melvin Sswck won second. Mrs. Mailock served hot cherry pie and coffee. 1 ; Give I.iyelte Shower Mrs. Billy Chiles* and Mrs. R. H. Brnggadlke complimented Mrs. Dewe'y Neely last week with a layette shower at the home of Mrs. Chiles. Included in the gifts was a small spoon in Mr, Neeley's pattern of silver, a gift oJ the hos tesses. ,.. ' Pink and blue wereVcarrled out In the color scheme. Following the gift opening, canasta and . brldgi provided the evening's entertainment. Mrs. J. C. Buchanan won high score in the bridge games TOYS REDUCED UP TO 50% Dixie Flyer Wagon, Reg. 9.95 . . ., 5.19 Daisy Pump Air Rifle, Reg. 7.95 3.95 Many other toys at Big Reductions. Durkees Fancy Shredded Coconut, 4 oz. pk. lOc, Large Fresh Egg? . . . :- dozen 49c Red Delicious Apples . . ., ,. ; dozen TOc Oranges . . ^each 2c Christmas Trees with Stand ^. . . .75c up "We Specialize in Gift Baskets BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 E. MAIN ST. . hlle the honoree was presented gh canasta. Salad plnle conclud- d the party. To Give Styte Show Among the wcek's^soclal events 111 be the style show erven by the sceola Senior* Class Friday night t' the elementary school. Styles opultir. with tho'small fry to the oung married set will bo modeled. Christmas fashions" is the theme elected. T^usic will be furnished by Irs. Eddie Snltba, of Blytheville. The Edytht Bhoppe and \iisi Whltsltt's Shop of Blytheville will furnish the formats while Jaffees, Harwargs, Flormans, Nathan Weinberg and the Prissy Miss Shop, all of Osceola, will furnish the other styles. Door prizes are donated by Dane Fergus, Swifts, Rcldy's, Massenglll and City Drug. The following are models: from Osceola — Betty Spires, Dorothy NVllson, Jean Kendrlck, Lynn Wcln- b'erg. Betty Clalr Bowles, Dorothy V«U, Linda, McMInn, Ev'elyk Jean Plgg, Diane Butler, ao Ray Simmon*, Judy Ashmore,, Becky Qulnn, Bettye Jane Blodgett and Lee Young; From Reiser: Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck and Miss Dorothy Glrdley; From ' Lepanto; Danett* Portl*; (roni Blytheville — Kay Hindman, From Wilson and JanineTrauman. Refreshments will be eerv'ed. Proceeds from the'style show will 'go towards the senior trip In May. Mrs. Ralph Wilson Is chairman. 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Higher compression ratios squeeze maximum performance out of each drop of fuel . . . improved cooling system gives more efficient performance. PLUS filtered crankcase ventilation, dual fuel filters, oil-bath air cleaners'to lengthen engine life. See your Dodge dealer! New! Super-Safe Brakes! super-safo brakes give smooth sure stops with less pedal pressure, greater load protection . . . new increased stopping ability on 1- through Z'A-lon trucks. PLUS Dodge oversize braking surface with famous rivet-free Cyclebond linings on all hydraulic brakes. • From JS-ton through 4-ton... a DOME 'Jcfr-tofci'TIHJCK to fif your job/ 6* 4* new TRUCKS at your deale*.,,TUUI&, DEC. 4*- BLYTHEYILLE MOTOR _; Life! MO™ ae-- pcndablo than ever! Tough new floor in pick-up and panel bodies. Redesigned propeller shaft center bearing mounting in > heavier, tonnages. , PLUS shot-peened rear axle shafts, alloy steel springs, rust- proofed sheet metal. NOW! Over 50 Features! SO ways new! Reinforced cab construction, larger exhaust system, extra-capacity radiators. Dodge-tint glass, heaters with stepped-up he«t output available. PLUS moistureproof ignition, high- torque capacity starting motors, and 'other Dodg» features. Come in and see the new Dodge "Jab-Raitf trucks at your dealer's todayl CO. Walnut & First • Phone' 4422

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