The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 18, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1954 - Society News :_ A-« Moiu»-t. Sn/*i»frv HMitnr * Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phons 8-4461 CHURCH DIRECTORS — The choir directors of the Presbyterian, First Methodist and First Baptist Churches are pictured discussing their plans for their Christmas programs tomorrow night. Tlicy are (left to right) Miss Billic Jane Rodgers, Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, and Mrs. Harold Davis. (Courier News Photo) Ely theville Churches to Complete Pre-Christmas Season Programs Kibitzer Club Entertained In the coming week, churches of Blythcville will com-j-p A , TX7"V.V« - •• with cantatas and Christmassy JVlrS. White plele the pre-Christmas season programs. "That Song of Old" will be presented tomorrow night at 7:30 by members of the Chnnoel Choir of First Baptist Church under, the direction of Mrs. Hnrold Davis and Mrs. 0. Murray Smart at the organ. Soloists will be Mr. and Mrs. Worth Holder, Harry Carter Farr and Martha Ann Foster. A woman's ensemble composed of Mrs. Russell Parr. Mrs. Hoyt Brown, Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Billy Jackson, and Misses Ann Mullins, Marian Mnyes, Billle Jane Rodgers and Martha Ann Poster will assist the choir. The Methodist Church vesper choir under the direction of Mrs. J. Wilson Henry will present a program of Christmas carols at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Soloists will be David Burnett and Byron Moore, Jr. This will be a candlelight service and the Rev. Hnrold Eggensperger will be in charge of the conclusion of the program. The young people of the church will go caroling Dec. 22. nnd student rocognttion day will be Dec. 26 for the students home for the holidays. ! Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White en- Junior choir of the First Chris- j f crtalllcc | Kibitzer Club members linn Church will be in charge ol lira | UH ,H. | nl .,b-,uHls with n Christ inns party in the summer house :if Mrs. Ben W. White, last nlnb.1. Giant tapers and a llghtec Christmas tree were used for dec orations. During the course of III. services Sunday morning with Mrs. Dalton Fowlston directing. The nnminl Christinas purly for the children will be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday followed by group caroling, Miss Billic June HodKcrs will direct Hie Presbyterian Junior choir Sunday afternoon at 6 p.m. when it presents n medley of Christmas carols. A Sunday school party will follow this service. Young Churchmen of the Episcopal Church will he in charge of Evening Prayer at 5 p.m. Sunday. The Full Gospel Church will present « Christmas program Sunday at 7:45 p.m. A midnight mass will be held Christmas Eve a I. the Immaculate! Conception Church with the Kev. Amos II. ISnclerlli, In el,nw. The . Rev. Robert Dngwcll will olliciatc a! midnight mass in Oscoola. Musses will also be held at 8 a.m. and 0 n.m. In Ihe niylliovlllo Church Christmas morning and In the Oscoola church at 8 n.m. and 8:30 a.m. Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood Has Christmas Party in Homer Home Chapter N PEO Sisterhood held a Christmas buffet- luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner yesterday. Hostesses were Mrs, Homer, Mrs; C. A, Cunningham and Mrs. E. W. Kirby. A red net cloth uvcilald the buffet table nut) im arraiificinnnt of silvered greenery nnd giunt silver candles surrounded by silver bulls centered this table. Silver services were used. Individual tables wore centered with giant candles set in beds of holly. Pliicecurds were Bantu Clnus faces. The mantel was decornted with a huge arrangement of blue and silver, baubles, leaves, berries and candles. Silver reindeer pulling H silver sleigh filled wiih silver baubles were used on the piano. In Ihe entrance hall of the home was a large bouquet of Oregon holly. The guest? were greeted at the door which was covered with green foil and centered with greenery, pine cones and balls of styrofoam. The den of the home was decorated wiih gold and red with a large arrangement of gold magnolia leaves. The mantel was banked with laurel and a large arrangement of holly. Mrs. Chester Caldwell presided over the business session following Coming Events .MONDAY Junior High students of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe have recitals at 6:46 and 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Joe McHaney entertains OEO Club wiih psrty. Night unit ol St, Stephens Woman's Auxilltary meets with Mrs. E. R. Mason, 8 p.m. TUESDAY Mrs. E. M. Regenold entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club with Christmas party. Primary Department of Presbyterian Sunday School has Christmas parly, 3 to 4 p.m. lunch unit Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr.. was in ehinv,c of the program, "There's i\ Sony in the Air." This program consisted of Mrs. Huffman tellliiB the story of each Christmas enrol followr-d with group singing ol that carol. The uronp exehan.qet! gilts be- . nvenlng (he group exchanged gifts Party foods were served dilrin, the evening. A truest of the group wns Louis Lynch. TinklingNotesHeardinLoweHome As Christmas Recital Is Given Tinkling notes were heard throughout the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe last night when grade school students presented .heir annual Christmas-tea recital. Urlftwood sprinkled with glittering snow and gilded magnolia :eave« were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. A lighted church scene, Santa and reindeers snri the manger icene were uied on the archway. The tea table was overlaid with linen outwork cloth over red and centered with a large arrangement of white carnation! standing in red berries and greenery. Thl» was tanked by white taperg In illver candelabra. On the serving table in the (tin- ng room were angel chimes stand- ng on H bowl filled with brightly colored baubles and flanked with Illtternlg tapers. Students appearing on the 6:45 program were Mary Elizabeth Jrnwn, Marilyn Rhea, Polly Abbott, vtarthn Joe Brogdon, Ann Robinson, Roberta Brown, Joanna Oow- pn, Kay Koehler. Stevle Stevens, MtM Utley and U. W. Mullin. Jr Gall Brogdon and Mrs. C. A. Tanl presided at the table this Bits of News rtlottlu l^erAonal hour. Sara Ann Brown, Peggy Cook, Loretta Mallory, Sara Blakemore. Dlanne Still, Ann Brownlee, Mary Kaye Stevens, Karen Prllchard, Rhonda Sue Rinehart, Richard Hill Wyatt. Jim Dill and Phil Hord were in charge of the 8:15 program presenting »olo« and duet* for their parents. Presiding at the table were Mri. Prank Brown and Ml«» Millie Ann Mallory. Miniature statues of famous composers were presented each hild by Mrs. Lowe. Sullivan-Nelson Employees Meet At Country Club "My Son," was told by hiirse. In tin 1 John Wllkes, a student in the medical school of the University of Tennessee, will arrive home today to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Grace Wilkes. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson are leaving In the morning for Richmond, Vo., to spend the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Smart, Dr. Smart and children. Mrs. W. N. Elanlon Is visiting relatives In Kansas City, Mo., dur Ing the holidays. Billy Lewis Lutes, a student at the University of Arkansas, and Charles Hoy Lutes, student, at Arkansas Stale College, Joncsboro, will arrive homo today to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lutes. Johnny Wliitc, University of Arkansas student, arrived home today to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess White. Miss Beverly Jones and Charles Edward Woodruff will leave by plane In the morning for Roselle, N. J., to .spend the holidays with Mr. Woodruffs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boettke, Sr. They will be motored to Memphis by Miss Jones' parents, Mv. nnd Mrs. H. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wiibourn of Pnrauould were the quests of Mr. | and Mi's. B. H. Kirby yesterday. They came especially to meet their children, Jim Lowe nnd Manning, who innlored from the Unl- £ ;; S ^=qi?H£=£ ; k? C "" """""• Mrs. Henry Berry . Is spondln K weekend in Memphis with her; Employees of Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Company were enter-. tnined last night with a Christmas; party at the Country Club. Wives of the employees we special guests. A dinner was he with magnolia leaves, candles and | » lighted tree being used for decorations. R. G. Cash, acting as Santa Cltms, presented each employee with a gift of silver dollars accord- j w jiJ] CANDLE LIT SCENE — Jerry Lowe lights a taper on the buffet in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, to add a glow to the arch above which is decorated with a large piece of drift wood and gilded magnolia leaves. Jerry decorated his parents' home this season. (Courier Newi Photo) raj Spotlighted Pink Tree Is Focal Point When Ladies Day Is Held me 10 the number of years of serv-1 i p . ]ve[ , «., ,cc rendered to the company. < it-dvub un Following dinner, the guests spent the evening dancing. . . ... , • i with spotlights playing on a glittering pink tree tied blue bows and banks of tinted and gilded magnolia IN THE PIIOBATK COURT FOR TIIIC CIIICKA8AWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS In The Matter of The Estate ol No. 2,281 Mrs. Euvalla Westbrook, Deceased. NOTICE Lust known address of decedent: IHl) V/est Ash Street. Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of Death: December 13, 1954. An instrument dated July 10, 1948. was on the Kith day of " Yarbro HD Club Has Christmas Party in Home Mrs. Elule Wheeler entertained! members of the Ynrbro Home Demonstration Club Inst nlghl with a Christmas party nt her home. Mrs. Paul Abbott conducted the business session lollnwod by group | singing, by Mrs ci'inber, 1054. ad.mitl.ed to probate j us the last will of the above named | •• • • ' decedent, and the undersigned j £££• ]QWU ' ' having been appointed executor 1 the mantel, television and coffee table, Ladies Day was held at the Country Club Thursday. On the individual tables, pastel tapers nestled in maline and tied with tinsel were centerpieces. Hostesses for this annual affair were Mrs. Arthur Vance, chairman: Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mrs. Alexander Leech, Mrs. E. B, Gee. Mrs. A. H. McMnnus nnd Mrs. Robert Logan. Mi's. Welch Foster, 'dressed as Santa Claus, erected guests at the door of the porch, which was decorated with holly, red berries and ribbons. She also presented favors dnrintr the afternoon of bridge and cannstn. Tallies for the games were of pink and bine toil. Bridge winners were Mrs. Je.sse Taylor, high, Mrs. Puppy's first bath shouldn't come until he's past the three-month stage. Be careful when you Initiate him: cotton in ears, no soap on the face. Until he's old enough, let daily brushing keep him clean. If you did a few dye jobs in your washing machine, it's now probably .stained. Give the washer a couple coats of a good kitchen wax that cleans and polishes. Repeat Old. second. Mrs. C. W. Af- and Mrs. Eugenia Jen- Mrs. B. M. Matthews won high in cunusta and Mrs. L. Berry of Holland u-on second. Door prize was awarded to Mrs. H. C. Blank- ensiiip. A Christmas luncheon was served. Mid-Week Club was entertained at tills party by Mrs. Leech and . ._, within six months from the, Mrs, Kirby, when they had as a dnte of the first publication of this j BUI!S [ M, S . G. W. Pyles, who won notice, or they shall be forever | jUj.ii in the bridge games. Mrs. M. burred and precluded from any i o. Usrcy won second high. benefit in the stale. | This notice first published the IBlh day oi December, \9M thereunder. A contest of tile probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the lime provided by law. All persons having claims im' the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undcr- a Christmas i Mrs. Monroo Bos social hour, gifts were exfiumtu'd by Ihf fti'oup bolorfi u liirfli 1 liKhlfd Irer and |^;nnc:i wcro plnycd. Thr lioslcss served rrfresh- tuetlts totloWlnj; the games, At The Hospitals RlytticvHlp HiisiiHul IJusinisM'il: Mrs. K. M. Drntton, city Roosevelt McKinlcy, Ht. 4, cUy Mrs. Jimmy Jone.s, Klcde Sum Hoii^i'i.s, Number Nine hushniui. Mrs, Jimmy Armstroiif? has returned from Liille Rock, where sin* .spent a week wiih her sistrr, Mrs. I.,. M. Ncrly. ! Miss Beryl Bevill, student at University of Mississippi, Is ihe. Kiiost of iicr puronts, Mr. and Mrs. ; F. H. Bovlll. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Helton Roy 1. O. WESTBROOK, Executor 1(105 Live Oak San Angelo, Texas. Trimble Roy, Roy, Attorneys, Enough tubing to equip the heat- : r sv.slems of five six-! ing nnd watc j room houses is used in a modern j jet fighter plane. NIGHTLY thru December 23 process Agent, .'18-24. It is not necessary to give n rirnlh grip lo n coffee cup. Tf your lipstick hns been blotted and still comes off on the china, this Is at , probably whnt you've been doinp. Marked Tree iinnnuiu-o the birth ; D.nlicnry nnd just enough contact of u daughter Monday nipht. The '• to keep the coffee from dribbling ha by has been named G!o:idn Sue. ' is whnt you need, not n look that Mrs" Helton Is the former Miss 1 seems as if you were RoinR to take JeaiiMcUe Clay of Blythcville. 'n bite out of the crockery. lore the Irostecl Christmas tree lot- M lowing the program. I city Dismissed: Judy Lynn Hurks. city Mrs. Harvey Hensori nnti baby. Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained marriage licenses from the county clerX, Mrs. Elisabeth Blythe Parker: W. H. Stnncil. Jr., and Maxine Hill, both o< Blythevllle. Woody M, Townsend of Manlln mid Vernn Marie Crook ol Little Rook. y>; :.<<* THE TRACTOR WITH PROFIT-MAKING :\fe Here comes the bright Persian orange WD-45 Trnclor that's showing fanners everywhere how much big tractor power has been improved. The Allis-Chalmers tractor weighs in nl several hundred pounds less than others in its class. It replace:! dead weight with aggressive power, now punch nnd staying power. Round after round ... no matter how tough the soil conditions, the WD-45 transfers rear-tiuHinltxi implft- • ment weight automatically with Traction Booster to the rear wheels where it counts most. Try the Allis-Chalmers YVD-45 ... you owe it to yourself to Iwirn how different your farming can be with the new 3-plow champion.. Tun» in the Notional Farm and Honio Hour — Every Solurday — NBC ( fULIS-CHflLMERS ) V^ SAlfS AND SIKVfCf 1 btKUM iMPLEMtNf Hardware, & Seed Comnanv Rlylheville, Ark. Ph. S.'li Razorback -DRIVE-IN- 25 Chicken Soup with Rice Chilled Tomato Juice ENTREE (MEAT) \ Roast Young Tom Turkey—Sage Dressing Uroiled Sirloin Stcnk Baked Sugar Cured Ham—Raisin Sauce CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES \\hole Kernel Corn Fresh lirussel Sprouts Muttered June Peas Snow Flaked Potatoes SALAD HKAll OK I.KTTrCK SALAD—1,000 Is. Dressing DESSERT APPLECOHHLER Childs Plate 65c "Its Wonderful! 1 Can Have My Laundry Done While I Do My Shopping!" Includes Finishing on Laundry Pants and Shirts if Requested! Clothes are Individually washed Bundle remains intact at all times! AND SO ECONOMICAL TOO! lOLbs 49c 20 Lbs 98c 40 Lb. Family Bundle $1.98 —Free Pickup and Delivery- Clothes Picked up in the Morning Will Be Delivered to your home that afternoon. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Ph.3-4418

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