The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1953 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 4, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVJU.E (ARK.1 COURIEIl NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1033 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phono 4401 Annelid Humphreys Is Honored The Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was the scene last night for a pre-nuptlal party complimenting Miss Annrlla Humphreys, bride-elect of Jerry Van Zandt of Fort Smith. Mrs. Barman Taylor. Mrs. P. D. Foster. Jr., and Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla were hostesses for the dessert bridge party. Christmas greenery was us?d throughout the room. A lishled candle, set in a nest if gresncry, centered each table, and a miniature bride doll stood against a bank of the greens. F.ll cloth, holly and Christmas belis were combined t:> form thf handmade Inllics and place cords. Miss Humphreys was Kiven a handmade apron of felt. D'sscrt was served preceding the bridge names, which were won by Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. Hen- Htmiphrey.s. !he hnnorce's Bits of News ff/odtfu / er&onat £iven a corpse a |!iit ol silver. Election Held By Jaycettzs "The Lictht Breaking In the Star." Church The newly formed Jaycettcs have elected officers for the coming year with Mrs. J. L. Westbrook Jr. \ was the title of a Lottie Moon sel«c'ted to head the group. • Christmas program piven lust night Officers other than the president by the Woman's Missionary Society ( are Mrs. Calvin,Hi)!, vice president; I° r Trinity --•••- '- • Mrs. Ted H The group pi; Thursday of each i.m. Airman l.'c Donald W. Peterson has arrived home from March Air I Force Base. Call!., to visit his wife. nV.ther and Miss Belly Holland. I «"> former Miss Sue Stanllcld, and , ' Mils parents, ivir. mid Mrs. Aaron Humphn-ys. who won- a , mo ,. KOllp fol . 30 d:lvs . Condition of J. W. Bader of Lll- bourn, Mo., formerly of Blytheville, wiio was seriously mjule;i several days ago In an automobile accident, is reported to no improved. Mr. Bader is a patient at a Sikeston, Mo., hospital. Freeman Jernigan and son, Freeman (Skipper), were the overnight ftuest.s last night of their parents- in-law and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, P. I). Joyner. They returned to their home in Jackson, Miss., today. Capt. and Mrs. Clarence Webb and daughter, Donna, of Camp Lottie Moon Prooram Given By Trinity WMS Post Office Has Word for the Wives About Wrapping, Mailing Yule Gifts Thn Post Office luis a worrt for the WOIWM. R(!fili/.hif{ the housewife In most caw; either UOPS the Christmas fjift wrapping or «t least supervises the job, postal officials ate seeking her eoopri'Mitm in the matter o! Yulc- tklo iniitl. Their concern cuts two ways: Luncheon Given Mid-Week Club Mrs. II. H Houchins was hostess at her home yesterday for a lunc!i- eon entertaining members of the Mid-Week Club and one guest, Mrs Elton Klrliy. Guests were seated at the dining room table, where a outwork cloth was used, and forming a centerpiece was an arrangement of fruits and flowers;. A three-course luncheon was served. During the afternoon, bridge games were conducted with first place KOing to Mrs. B. A. Lynch and second going to Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. easing the Post Office's holiday load and getting packages delivered—intact—at their destinations. For Instance, Postmaster Hoss 8. Htevcns points out, the Post Office Isn't Interested in how prettily a package is wrapped, only how well. He recommends mailing cartons of fibcrboard wrapped in heavy paper and tied over and under several time) with strong cord. Fragile gifts should be marked "Handle with Care." Other stickers, such as Christmas seals and •Do Not Open Until Christmas, HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. With Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carnell and family this week end were the hitter's mother and aunt, Mrs. A. E. Underwood of Carciwell, and Mrs. H. H. Markhain of near Biythevllie. 'I he Jiuni'S C-arnolls of St. Louis, Thanksgiving visitors of Mrs. W. T. Carnell of Lcachville, were week end guest.s in that home before returning io St. Louis. Observing Thanksgiving with tra- tra- I should be placed on the back of' ditional iamily-dinncr-togelhcr at the parcel so the address will re- j Mrs. Louella Potts and son. Mur- maln easy to read. i rays, were Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Potts i Parcel post packages cannot be j and Mr. and Mrs. Owendyl Potts ol | sealed unless they bear fourth-class j .steele- Mrs. Audry Johnson oil stickers which read "Contents, Mer-1 Biythevllie and Mr. and Mrs. O.iy! chandise—May be opened for postal • ------ • - Inspection." And in the event an outside ad- Masterpoint Game s Conducted A monthly masterpolnt game was conducted last night at Hotel Noble when members of the Duplicate Bridge League gathered at a weekly session., A live-table Howell movement was conducted. Winning top honors were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes, with 42'A points. Second place went to Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, who. earned 42 points. Third place was awarded to Mrs Frank Grlgsby and Mrs. B. A, Lynch, with 39 points. Mrs. Jim Koleson and Bernard Gooch, wit! 36 points, w-on fourth place. La NueveClub Has three Guests Mrs. Ben Mac White entertained at her home yesterday for members of the LaNueve Club and their guests, Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Mrs. Blan S. Heath and Mrs. C. R. James of Greenfield, Tenn., who is the houseguest of the H. N Whitls family. Dessert was served preceding the games. A miniature Christmas tree centered a taKe in the entertaining rooms. Bed berries were used at intervals. Winners of the games were Mrs E. E. Green, Mrs.. Whitis and Mrs. Heath. month at 7-30 i de™ 1 ' 01 " 1 ' followed by a duct by montn at '••>«! Mrs M;u .,> lu . el Beshavsc and Mrs. I spcndli Idell Lowe. Mrs. Gaylord Lewis spoke on "His Star Overcoming Godless Communism." Mrs. William Boren's subject was "His Star Shining Through Papal Gloom." Following a hymn sung by the Girls Auxiliary, Mrs. Jack Henry presented "His Star and Shining in Mrs Iren Mrs. Aubrey Comvay is in Osceola to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey. White for several days Mrs. A. Fondler v/as taken to her home in Manila yesterday .after several weeks in a Memphis Hospital. Mrs. Fcndler's condition Is reported as improved. Mrs. Crawford Noble has as her guests for several days Mr. and Mrs. Clare Clark of the Park Hotel. tlot Springs, Ark. Mr, and Mrs. Sanford Tomllnson and Johnny and Bill McDonald spent yesterday in Memphis. Their Hearts" and Mrs Irene| Among out-ol-town persons here Pritchard gave "Light Shining Oul I yesterday attending funeral serv- of Darkness "' (ices for Frank L. Webb were Capt. Others participating were Bar-! 1 " 11 * Ml ' s - Clarence Webb and bara Sawyers. Betty Crocker, Cur-! daughter, Donna, of Camp Polk, [Surprise Layette Shower Is Given A layette surprise shower was given to honor Mrs. Kenneth Poff at the Dixie Pis Drive-In when Miss Mel ha Hill. Miss Mona Goodrich, Miss Rosana Cleveland and Mrs. Gene Pierce entertained, A large stork provided the central design, with yellow chrysanthemums adorning the tables. Party games were won by Miss Nora Simnson and Miss Betty Mullins. Dessert was served during the evening, white the group watched television. leiie Tnte, Mrs. Evncst Opal Webb gave the closing- pr ilkc Contract Club Has Luncheon Mrs. Nenl Gesell and Mrs. Mnr- vin Robinson were the guests yesterday of Mrs. F. B. Joyner. when she entertained members of the Thursday Contract Club. An arrangement of fruit in a silver H'uit stand centered the dining room table, where luncheon wns served. Matching tallies were used later at the bridge tables. Winners were Mrs. Rodney Banister and Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Kibitzer Club Is Entertained AH members of the Kibitzer Club were present at the home of Mrs. J. H. Smart, when she entertained the group with a dessert, bridge. Clusters of nandina berries and winter preens adorned points of interest in the entertaining rooms. Dessert was served during the afternoon nnd bridge prizes went to Mrs. Robert G. McHnney, first place, and Mrs. Johnny White, second. Mrs. Turner Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Bill Hodge was a guest of members of the TLE Club when 'hey met last night at the Razor)tick Drlvr-In. with Mrs. Herman Turner as their hostss. In (lie bridge gninos, Mrs. Gil- jert Smythe won high score with econd going to Mrs. WllHan Lam- jcrt and bridge to Mrs. J, F. Scrape. Their next meeting will be a 'hristmas party at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson. La., Airman 1/c Donald W. Peterson of March Air .Force Base, Calif.. Frank H. Webb of Hernan- cio. Miss., Mrs. M. b. Hocggen and Mrs. N. J. Lochblhler of Sylvania, O.. Mrs. Charles Ozler, Mrs. W. D. Webb of Mobile, Ala., W. T. Horlon of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford Moslcy and Mrs. Frank Moslcy and son. James Mosley, ol Little Rock, Mrs. Vaughn Short. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cade. W. D. Cade and Woodrow Maynnrd, all of Memphis. Mrs. Wayne Chrlstal and children, Dehlia and Chuck, have arrived here from Macon. Mo., to be the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Began. They plan to remain here through the Christmas holidays. Mrs. H. H. Houchins, Mrs. F. D. Underwood, and Mrs. Cecil Shane left this morning for Memphis where they plan to spend a few days. Mrs. N. W. Brlghani, who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nelson Myers In Columbus, Miss., has been admitted to the Columbus Hospital whore she underwent surgery yesterday. Her condition Is reported as satisfactory. Buford YOUIIK has been dismissed from the Walls Hospital, but will be confined at his home for several days. dress should become damaged or ! otherwise made unreadable, both ' the sender's and the recipient's addresses should be Included on a slip of paper Inside the package. Best time to buy stamps, Postmaster Stevens said, is now—before the lines at the Post Office windows lengthen. Least crowded hours are before 10 a.m. and from 3 to 5 p.m. Later, he said, three service windows will be kept op?n from 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. He also offered a reminder about Crnbffross likes sun; It does not sprout in the shade. At the Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Kate Bunch, city. Guy Evans. Oscola. THE DIXIECRATS 6 PIECE ORCHESTRA Available For Holiday Dances And Parties For Rooking Information Call Wax Walters 21-12 or 8878 FIRST & SYCAMORE Dec. 2 to Dec. 13 Services Each Evening 7:30 P. M. ic Cordially Rev. J. E. Ray Evangelist Spiritual—Practical—Inspirational The Message of Full Salvation leit eiU'Ucr in the week for Chicago for a \\Tok with Mrs. Potts' father, Albert Clu'etam, and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cox were • in Alamo, Tenn., accompanied by j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Farrow Saturday and Sunday where they had a two day visit at the J. W. Hoppers and | ___. Cardinal Smith Tuesday were Mrs W. W. Stokes of Manila and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts of Memphis. Mrs. Annie Cohoon and daughter and grandson. Mrs. Helen Cohoon and James Keith, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. willard Bradford ol north Haytl. A recent visitor In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neal and family. Miss Patty Stewart of Memphis, returned home Wednesday. Guests of Bobby smith ami Homer Smith, Jr., on Thanksgiving for dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith, Sr.. were Jo Alirc McGuire of Yarbro, student at Arkansas State, and Doris Clark of Luxora. Colonel Charles W. Goodwin ol Snn Pedro, Calif., left Friday after arriving, with his wife, earlier in [lie week at their daughters Mrs Robert P. Mays and family. Mrs. Goodwin remained to epend Decem- ber holidays here and will be Joined later In the month by her husband, now en route to Forl Rlley, Kans»s, •for Chrlslmas In Holland. In Memphis Friday were Mr. ana" Mrs. Cultun Porter, Mr. and Mri Kenneth Berry and Plnnell Cape, hart. Mr. and Mrs. Cassey and daughters, Rita and Karen, spent Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Gnrvin Wilson.' Until recently the Casseys lived in Sikeston. Mr. and Mrs. noy Palmer and ' daughters, Lisa and Dianne, visited j Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohoon and j daughter and son. Sharon Jo and i Randy Bruce, were' in Nashville I over the week end. Mrs. Grace Edwards was with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Sikeston Saturday and ! Sunday. ! James A. Perry, accompanied by ! his wife and family of Albuquerque, I New Mexico, and Homer and Perry j of noar Jefferson City. Mo., were I here for the funeral of their father, j James Perry, who died early Sun- W Seeds of the cacao tree once were used as money in Mexico. other relatives. \ • From Clayton, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Randall Workman were With the former's naieiifr,, Mr. and Mrs. Vorls Workman, during the past week. . Sunday, the Voris Workmans and their houseguests, Mrs. Leo, Cullman , . , mailing deadlines" which assure j anc i daughters of Miami, were sup- dehyery before Christmas: for out- of-state cards Dec. 15; local cards. e Dec. 18; out-of- s uue packages, De«, U,, „ o; local parcels Dec. 10. After these uates, air mail is recommended. Auxiliary Has Planning Meet Plans were made at a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to bring gifts at their Dec. 15 meeting for veterans at Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Speck McGregor gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. J. F. Brownson was presiding officer. Half Moon News .Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot, Jr., and son of Blackwood. N. J., spent the Thanksgiving holidays with his! rav state at Murray, Ky., and Judy mother and family. Cohoon, Missouri University, per guests of Mrs. Blanch Ha Blytheville, whose daughter, Mrs. is visiting before returning to her home late this week. Mrs. Herbert Brooks was in St. Louis last week where she received a periodic medical check at Same's Hospital. College students returning after a long holiday week end at their respective homes were Monda Duvall who was home with her parents the John Duvalls. She attends at Arkansas state in Jonesboro. -Others were Martha Cohoon. Mm- | _ When applying lipstick, be sure to give upward turn to corners of the mouth. The downward turn is droopy, not dramatic. Hugh Williams ant) Jolly Leggett have gone to St. Louis to make their home. Mrs. India Sanders of Memphis was a visitor with her sister. Mrs. B. F. Gay. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, and family. Bonnie Spain who has been in Chicago for the past two months is home for the winter. Joe Buck of Bainbridge, Md., is here visiting his brothers H. C. Buck and Jack Buck and will go to Poplar Bluff. Mo., to visit his mother and Sam Buck before returning home. . You'll ses both TV stations better on the 1954 Picture Ona of ID new madelt. 31" Coniola. Simrla stvh tint will never ciow old. finished In- - -rig matiosany. Model F-21COLH. COMPARE THESE CROSLEY FEATURES • FULL-YEAR WARRANTY on big-picture tubo—plu» 90-doy warranty on oil choitli port), • AU-CHANNR R!ttPTlON-wilh UHF optional in every modal. • SUPER PICTURE POWER- pu l[, in wtak iloliom. • All RICH WOOD CABINETS — not metal, not plaitic. has the electronic Picture Sentry THAT GUARDS AGAINST INTERFERENCE MOORE FURNITURE CO. 306 E. Main—Blytheville—Phone 2660 P"»'> ! «W««NMWW»»& OK can see it!BETTER on a CROSLEY daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ru5sel Cohoon; Sammv K^nley, son of M/. and Mrs. Sam Kenley, attends Missouri State Teachers College in Cape Giradeau; and Barton Harris, Missouri (Jnivtrsity, son of Mr. and Mrs. proter Harris. Visiting briefly with Mr. and Mrs. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Uc & 39c At All Times FRI. & SAT. Double Feature Continuous Showing Sat. 1:15 to 11:30 A UNMRSAl mTEWATIONAl HOUSE —AND— I PAUL CHRISTIAN • PAULA RAYMOND CECIL KELLAWAY • KENNETH TOBEY JACK PENNIM K^^~~ IRtB FREIBERGER Serial Capt Marvel No. 11 & Cartoon C'JTEENf + W«>!t!W«Wt««t«l«l«W*<«KS«WW5««'««««*^ W ^ I ' C ' CS '" S ' M ^' S ' S ' : ' MW * i '*'«^ Sunday & Monda Double Feature ON OUR GIANT CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN' at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY with Gary Cooper & Barbara Stanwyck PAR. 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