The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 17, 1954
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER, IT, 1984 - Society News - :» inn Mailnrv. Society Editor * P nu Miu Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Gaiety Descends on City Today With The Arrival of Students for Holidays Blvtheville mothers have been shopping for weeks and- preparing all of those delicacies that their children enjoy over the holidays while awaiting the arrival of sons and daughters from various colleges over the United States. Arriving from the University of* Arkansas tonight will be Nita Rose Hall JO Alice McGuire, Warren McClure, Laura Alice Hemby, Sally Trieschmann, Dixie Faye Killlan, Harold Wayne Wright. Jan Bayder, Buddy Phillips, Bob Childress. Billy Gi'lbow'and Max Koonce. Jonn Earls will arrive Monday after visiting friends in Little Rock over the weekend. Charles Ray Hall and Bobby Hill will drive in from Hendrix tomorrow night and Freddie Gore will come from Arkansas Tech. Miss Eloise Richardson will "ride " in from the University of Texas Sunday. Mississippi With meir winter's supply of clothes and ready for the holiday parties, students to arrive from the University of Mississippi will be Doris Bean, Jack Elliott,. Jean Campbell. Owen Harrison. Brltt Owens, Max Hill, Lindn Bunch. Bobby Osborne, Howell Boyd, Martin Moore, Ralph Kouri and Jimmy Weidman. Mississippi Southern students who will bring happiness into their homes from now until the first ot January will be Carol Ann Holt, Donna Sue Gore, Marjorie Dougherty, Mary Kay Cratton. Bobby Frances, Frank Seay, Hiram Wiley, Jimmy Culbcrtson and Rhonda Eaton. ... Other Mississippi students are Evelyn Bowen, Bettye Lee Garrott and Kay Hindman at Mississippi State College for women. Charles Kinnlngham, a student at Mississippi State College, will get here In time to help his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alfred Klnningham, celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Christma day. Tennessee Memphis IE gaily decorated and ready for the holidays but Blytheville students,want to come home and will arrive over the weekend. These students are Allene Wimberly, Betsy Bell, Mary Nell Lane, Jane Wilson and Gabriel Simon at Southwestern and Bertha Ann Gaines, a student at Memphis State College. Other States Coming tram the Peach State will be Linda Taylor, a student at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga., and Juanita Ferguson mid Tommy Mosley will arrive tonight from the University of Alabama. Murray Smart, Jr., will come in from the Mardl Gras city, New Orleans, where he attends Tulane University to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart. Coming from Illinois will be Granville Cooley from Northwestern University and his brother, Charles Cooley, from the same col!*,,,. Arkansas State College student from Jonesboro home are Billy Ber Mayo, Martha Nichols, Beau ton Stalling*, KelJy Jones. Other Arkansas students are John Hugh Tyrone and Joe Whisenhunt who attend Arkansas A. and M. at Monticello. Bringing home some or the Missouri "show-me" spirit ready for f good time will be Mona Joy Gaines, a student at Washington University in St. Louis and James Ceci Lowe, III, a student in the Medica School at Washington University. Other Missouri students are Bobbye June Killlan and Emadel Swearengen, students at Stephens College and Calvin Czeschin. a student a the University of Missouri. Not college students, but visiting here during the holidays will be Lt. and Mrs. Graham Partlow who are stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J. They will be visiting Lieutenant Partlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow. The Christmas spirit, should descend on the fail' cily of Blytheville over the weekend with all of the above students arriving and local children out for a i wo-week va ration. The serving table was overlaid^ with a Imen outwork cloth and j centered with a giant red candle! set on a base of styrofoam nnd surrounded with grenery nnd red leads. Mrs. R. C. Farr presided at the able. Other decorations about the room were a lighted Christmas ree and white candles set in a in snow scene with girls dressed blue felt suits. The children presented a program for their parents during the morning. Burdette PTA Has Meeting At School Burdette Parent-Teacher Association met yesterday with 8D mem- Kindergarten Mothers Honored With Party at Trieschmann Home Mrs. J. G. Trieschmann entertained the mothers of her kindergarten children with a coffee at her home this morning. aers present. Mrs. Charles Frazicr presided over the meeting and committee reports were given by the chair The tilth grade room Doyle Turner presented of Mrs. . ..... . -- a play. •In the Toy Box." plans were maed for the group to purchase two water coolers for the school. Room count was awarded to Mrs. Tom Weathen' third grade. Mrs. Turner's fifth grade and Mrs. Harold Stockton's eighth grade. Mrs. J. P. Ramey won the door prize. Mrs. H. B. Hobson. home economics teacher, and her students were hostesses in the social hour. The cottage was decorated with guttering Christmas ornaments. Bits of News ifIo6 tiu f^erA onal W. D. Chamblin left today lo Philadelphia, Penn., to visit his son, Dr. Bill Chnmblln, nnd family during the holidays. Mrs. Chamblin has been visiting there lot several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ray. Mi and Mrs. Billy J.ohnson, Mr. anc: Mrs. Max Johnson, John Edwarc Ten-nil and Gwendolyn Rhoadt were Memphis visitors last night. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout and daughter, Mary Ann, ielt todaj !ov Little Rock where Mary Ann will be a junior bridesmaid in the wedding of Miss Jane Norton anc James V. Flack tomorrow night at Pulnskl Height: Presbyterian Church. She will attend the rehearsal dinner tonight at Sam Peck Hotel and a luncheon tomorrow at Riverdalc Country Club given by Miss Julie Owen. While there they will be the guests o Mrs. Stout's parents. Mr. and Mrs Fred Earl Bailey. Miss Frances Goodenotigh o Little Rock was llic guest of Mr and Mrs. A. H. Webb and children last night. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Taylor and sons left this morning lor Decatur. On.. 10 bring their daughter and sister. Linda, homr tor the holidays. Linda i.s a student at Agm's-Scolt College there. GO OVERSEAS — Mrs. Ted Slraslers and . sons, Victor and Richard, accompanied by their husband and father, M/Sgt. Strasters, left last night by plane for Ulm. Germany, where they will make their home for the next year. M/Sgt. Strasters is stationed with the army there. (Photo by O'Stecns) YarbroStudentsPresentChristmas Program at Meeting of PT AGroup Students of the Yarbro School under the direction of Mrs. M. A. Middleton presented a Christmas program Wednesday afternoon for the Parent-Teacher Association. The fourth and fifth grades wearing white robes tied with red bows stood around a large lighted Christmas tree and presented a medley of Christmas carols. Third grade students sang "I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day," .accompanied by Tommy Hale Bogun. "Away In A Manger" and "Winter Wonderland" were sung by the First Grade and Loretta Mallory accompanied them on the bells. Stanley Webb presented a piano solo, "We Three Kings," and Nettie Smith read the Christmas Story from the Bible. To conclude the program Loretta roiillory presented a smo on the jells, "Silent Night." Mrs. Ralph aerryman was accompanist for ,he program. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner wai a special guest. Mrs. Charley Krutz was chairman of the hostesses in the social lour which followed. SANTA'S REINDEER — Mrs. George Lee has everything but Santa in the living room of her home on Country Club Drive. She kneels beside a white styrofoam sleigh which she is using (or her Christmas tree and the reindeer are placed on the large picture window as though they were flying. (Courier News Photo) Christmas Program Presented At Catholic School by Children Kindergarten Students of Mrs. Ralph Nichols presented Christmas program last night at the Catholic School for Darling Shop Employees Have Dinner Part Darling Shop employees were entertained at the Rustic inn Wednesday with a dinner parly. Gifts were exchanged by the ; rou p. A Christmas tree was used in the room and organ music was provided throughout the evening, Guasts were Bob Colcnmn. Peto Sunford, Gerald Wilson. Miss Ellen Moore, Mrs. NeU Gordon and H. M. Wallace. Marilyn McWilliams Has Birthday Party M aril y n Davis McWilliams dauyliter of Mrs. Ha/.cl MeWil- hams, was entertained on her lOM birthday yesterday with n "little girl." party. Games were pta.\ed by the 10 guests during the afternoon and alter I he. houorec had opened her gifts refreshments of birthday cake their parents. A rhythm band dressed in white satin costumes trimmed in red presented several selections and boys' and girls' chorus sang "Rudolph, the Red-Nose Reindeer," and "Five Little Ducks." Children were dressed in costumes to represent the nativity scene. These children were Mildred McCaskill, Roger Oldham, Jerry Abbott, Stewart Jerome, Stephen Dcen. Ginger Harpolc, Betty Newcomb, Sue Robinson, Ginger McDanlel. Tommy Barnes, Morgan Raimvnler nnd Donna Kay Shaw. A piintomine WHS . Jiuiey Copelttnd, Susan Origsby. Harmon Carlton. Marian Henley and Tommy Bnmnum. Alter the arrival of Santa Ciaus the children exchanged gifts. Mrs. W. E. Hendrix was accompanist lor the evening nnd Miss Martha Hendrix presented several solos, j Guest of Chillion Club Miss Pattye June Davis was cuest yesterday when Mrs. S. E. Torjusen entertained the Chillion Club with a Christmas dinner. Christmas cloths were used on the individual tables and red tapers centered each table. Other presented bv I Christmas decorations were used 1 In the home. Winners In the games were Mrs. W. A. HollinBSWorth. Mrs. Mike Meroney and Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Leonne Besharse Celebrates Fourth Birthday Here Lennne Besharse celebrated her fourth birthday yesterday with a party. Hostess for the occasion was her mother, Mrs. Howard R. Besharse. The 13 guests spent the afternoon playing games and singing Christmas carols. Christrnas decorations were used throughout the home and the point of interest was the birthday cake centering the dining table which was overlaid with a white cloth. The cake was frosted In white to represent snow and centered with a miniature -gaily-decorated tree with small packages underneath. It was surrounded with fouj angel candles. Ice cream, cake and pink lemon ade were served the children and favors of wooden soldier horns were presented. A college professor once confessed he had flunked a young huly who sat in the front ruw - with her stockings rolled. Besides cutting off circulation, this practice is repulsive. If you hate a garter belt, i 1 iK Ihcm to \\ girdle of panty girdle — or a maternity darter belt, which goes to tho shoulder. nnd ice cream were served Mrs. McWilLmms was assisted by her mnLluT, Mrs. Larry C. Davis, in .sun-inn;. Baskets filled with Christinas candy and novelty toys were presented the children. it a "Comfy ' Christmas , up ,ast years suit with At Tlx HoSpltClis buttons, bought at the noiion Dres brass b. - 0 ..„ counter. They have lavish looking initials that might be yours Srw them on with ca rpet thread, move for cleaning. wit/i ho* Daniel Green Slippers 00 blue Larry CouriMey. City Mrs. Eddie Rcgenold, Cit SEE DOR COLLECTION OF See our complete selection of Daniel Green Gift Slippers. "Tht faMon Shop WGWClub Has Meeting Mrs. Donald Morris was hostess laid Morris was nosiess. »»u UUUIL-I ia^ > nbcrs of NOW O'j al °f Mv. nnd Mrs. )f Mrs. Herbert Graham I Oiiosts of the First Grace Sunday School Has Party Adult class of First Grace Sun day School had its Christmas tree and dinner last night at the home lo the mem the home Wednesday night. Christinas decorations \vcre used in the home and the 12 members and one visitor. Mrs. Eugene Battles, spent the evening informally Emery Wvight. __ .___ group wpre Mr and Mrs. Frank Gleason, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Meacham, Mr. and [Mrs. TerreH Koonce, Mr, and Mrs. j Carl'Allbritton and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gonzales and daughter and Mr. " La Nueve Club Has Christmas Party in Home La Nueve Club held its Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Newton Whltis last night. Mrs. Jlarence Wehb who is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lloyd Wise, was a ;uest of the group. Focal point in the living room was a miniature sleigh draped with green, beads and filled, with red carnations. This was led by the eight reindeer. The dining table was centered with gold and white tapers encircled with magnolia leaves. The guests exchanged gifts before a brightly tinseled and lighted Christmas tree. Mrs. Blan Heath won high in the bridge games, Mrs. N. G. Jerome, second high, and Mrs. Lynn won brldgo. Preceding the games, a dessert course was served hy the hostess Coming Events FRIDAY Lake Street Methodist Church having potluck supper, 7 p.m. Food and toys are to be brought for baskets which will be fixed for needy families. Chapter N PEO Sisterhood has 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Elton Kir- tay are co-hostess. Deborah Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church has Christmas party at the home o{ Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr., 6:30 p.m. Pentecost Ladies Auxiliary meets at church. Young students of Mrs. Cecil Lowe have Christmas Recital and tea. 6'.15 p.m. Fifth and Sixth gradr students, 8:15. Parents are guests. SATURDAY Cotillion Club has Christmas dance at Hotel Noble. Story Hour has Christmas party at library. 9;30 a.m. to soy "I love you" the fragrant way... Cologne Duette by Faberge enchantingly gift boxed 2.50 (ho set* ROTHROCK'S •WOODHUE and her choice of APHRODISIA, TIGRESS or ACT IV The PERFECT GIFT for the Gift-Giver of Yesteryear This ye»r when the family gathers for Christinas, will there be someone missing who can never again be with you? Someone to whom the family has not yet erected a memorial? What an ideal time to do it! What more perfect gift than a monument of marble or granite suitably inscribed with your sentiment! Ever beautiful always visible, it will stand for Christmases eternal as i tribute to and symbal of i person who was so much i part ot your Christmases past. See Us For EXPERT ADVICE and PROMPT DELIVERY Open Sunday Afternoons Jno. C. McHaney and Sons "Your Monument Men" So. Hiway 61 Blytheville IF YOU HATE TO SEE HER STOCKINGS SAG OR WRINKLE . if you don't know the exact size she wears LARKWOOD STOCKING X F.I.. »**. (he sheer sheer stocking \Jthat stretches to the shape of AKY 1e£! This amazing new sheer stocking stretches to follow every curve and hollow of any leg—like leg makeup. Stocking X fits better than a custom made stocking. Won't bag, sag, wrinkle, twist or bind. Keeps seams straight all day. She'll love the permanent dull "makeup" look of the new Chadolon processed nylon. Elegantly gift pactocred 1 or 2 pairs to the box. $1.95 a pair. Just } sizes: Petite -illm or short legs, all foot lizei up to 9. Averift - ivtragt legs, all foot Bixcs up to 20. 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