PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVn.I.E (AnK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1953 Supper Party Given Fo Brides-Elect Mrs. Rosco Crnfton «nd daughter, Miss Ramona crafton, and Mr*. Rupert Crafton and daughter, Mrs. O. A. Hlnes, Jr., entertained at the Rosco Crrfton home last night supper DKG Society Has Program Mrs. B. D. Pentherstone. Mrs. Rex Warren. Mrs. Ullian Frank. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner and Miss Mary Htibler were hoMes.ses to members of Ihe Zeta Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gnmma Society and one guest, Mrs. Ardith Crownover, at Ihe Featherslone home last night. Bits of News 11 toilty f- eriunaf Mrs. Crownover diRCUssed her wol'K with children under the care of the Welfare Department, who are living in foster homes. Miss Luna Wlihelm. vice president, pre- lor two brides-elect with party. Honorfd were Miss Gay Garn- gan, Ihe bride elect of Waddy Moore. III. of H rtc 'V£?, 0M becomTthe Rented her wiih » box oMoyV for who is to become the ^ eWAnn _ whlch , s „„ annua , project of the society. Mrs. Ralph Berrymnn spoke on unusual Chrislmas customs In olh- land.s, after which she led the Lt. <J;;t O. A. Hines, Jr, has arrived here following a tour of duty in Europe to join his wife who has been with hrr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, for several months. They will remain here through Christmas, after which Ihcy will Roberts-Daniels Riles Announced OSCEOLA — In a ceremony performed Uer. .4 in Hornando, Miss., Miss Mary Louise Daniels of Rip- Icy. Art;., hrciuiip the bride of Earl Roberts of Osi'coln. Mrs. Roberts is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Williams Daniels of Riploy and tbr bridegroom is the .son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Roberts. WmriiiK a suit of blue wool and black accessories, her shouldtn- cor- sapo w,is a white orchid. Attend-' ing the couple was Mrs. Carl Rob- THE LITTLE TREE THAT TALKED "It vmsn't: lond t!// the animals be&n comhS Hack, Later.dn O/d One came end finally* you LittlePeop/e." A Chrittmat Story By WALT SCOTT That's the end of-my story. %e W. ley W3$wonder/v/-r)oevi/or}e$~ /otsoflittle fiscpje-but lotas just a rvrity little tree? make their home in NewlnmJ, Conn. | Mf . md ' M " rs Rol , r .,., s ,,, En roti i e to their new home, they , h( ,, r home ,„ Os ,. colap where Humphreys, bride of Jerry Van Zanrtt. White and ftreen provided Ihe color «cheme for decorations. Centering the buffet table, an nrrnngo- ment of greenery surrounded a miniature bride and groom. With candles in nests of pine with pine cones decorared the tables. group In singing Christmas carols. Candles, greenery and baubles were arranged In ;he entertaining rooms, and refreshments carried ......... , ....... --------------Completing the setting was a lighted j out ji, e Christmas motif. Christmas tree. Bridge games provided the evening's entenalnment. Winners were Mrs J G. Trleschmimn; Miss Barbar« Monaghan, and Mrs. Henry. • Humphreys. Miss Garrigan wore a red velvet dress and Miss Humphreys wore » gold wool afternoon frock. They *er« presented gifts by the hostesses »nd corsages of white. Woman's Club Has Christmas Party Given for Club Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. Bob Logan entertained the members of the Friday Club »(. the Guard home yesterday with their annual Christmas party. Poinscttias were used as a centerpiece for the luncheon table and Head, Mrs. F. L. Husband" Mrs. throughout the house. Winners of the bridge prizes were Mrs. James Roy, high score; Mrs. Farris McCalla. second; Mrs. S. E. Tune, third; and Mrs. Harman Taylor, bridgo. Members exchanged gifts durini the afternoon. A program on madonnas was given yesterday afternoon when members of the Woman's Club met at the club room, with Mrs. Roy I. Bagley as program director. Tvtrs. Bagley showed slides of famous madonnas and spoke briefly of each artist. She concluded her program by telling "The Story on the Missing Madonna." Christmas scenes, made by Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. W. L. Smith, decorated the club. Mrs. H. C. Bush presided In the absence of Mrs. A. S. Harrison, president. Mrs. E. L. Hale, Mrs. A. O. Hall. Mrs. G. W. Oillnhunty, Mrs. Roy Tom Jackson. Mrs. Glenn 0. Ladrt. Mrs. James Manley. Mrs. F. G. Reichel and Mrs. Harold Davis were hostesses. Junior High PTA To Meet Tuesday Members of the Junior High School Parent-Teachers Association plan to meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m., preceded by an executive-board meeting at 2;30 p.m. A program of Christmas music Is fo be presented by the Boys Glee Club with director, Mrs. Wilson Henry, assisted by Mrs. John Caudfll. Mrs.tW. W.i Mitchell the devotional'add Mrs. ley the national president's message. Following the regular business (session, open house Is to be held at the library, showing new books, and projects and works of the library. Eighth grade mothers »re to be hostesses. is ,lo give , Jo* Beas- Jean Matheny and Mary Frances Halchell. guesU. Miss Mary Lucy Henson. Mrs. Jack Adkisson and son, Jim. attended. Mrs. Adkisson was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Henry Lauson. lass Is Given Dinner Party Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp and Mrs. H. C. Walls were hostesses Thursday at the Blankenshlp home for he annual Christmas pnrty enter- Mrs. Charles Frazler presided itnininp member.* of the Mary Mnr- yesterday at the meeting of Bur-|tha Class of the First Baptist dettc Parent-Teachers Association. Church, when 56 members attended. In the business session, it was decided to send a junior student to Girls State in June and to sponsor a Negro minstrel for the year's money project. Christmas carols forming a story Burdette PTA Conducts Meet Huffman YWA Meets in Home will visit In North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs, R. D. Hushes, Sr., are spending a few days in St. Louis. Mrs. F, E. Black and Mrs. W. J. Pollard were in Memphis yesterday. Capt. and Mrs, Lloyd Wise are to arrive Dec. 33 here from the Canal Zone, where he has been stationed for two and one-half years. They will be guests of Cnpt. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise, and her parents in St. Louis before going to his new assignment nt Camp Carson, Colo., where he will be with Army Engineers. The Wise's will hnve also as their holiday guests their daughter, Mrs. Clarence Webb. Capt. Webb and daughter. Donna, or Camp Polk, La. The Webb's will also visit his mother, Mrs- Frank Webb, and family. Airman 1/c Billy .)oe Walters hps arrived home from Sewart Air Force Base, Smyrna. Tenn., to visit his mother, Mrs. Helen Hodge, and i his grandparents, Mr, nnd Mrs. J. erts of Memphis, where the bride made- her home while employed at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Roberts) wore n srcpn costume suit with an' j orchid (,'Or.sa!;* 1 . nake .. Mr. Roberts is employed by KOSE. Dorcas Class Has Coming Events Monday Association;!! Council of Younj,- Women's Auxiliaries of Baptist Churches meets nt Calvary Baptist Church at I'M p. m. Rfbekah LodKe has 7:30 p. m. meeting ami potluck dinner with Christmr.s party. Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First. Methodist Church meets in circles as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Oean S. Atkinson at 818 Chicksawba at 2:30! Jr " assisted the hostesses In eilter- P-m.: Circle Two with Mrs. F. D. i Isininff. 808 West Walnut, with Christmas Parly Mrs. C. S. Lemons and Mrs. M. W. Lewi.s entertained yesterday for members of the Dorcas Class of the First Baptist Church, when 31 attended. Mrs. Charles Nfi\vcomb gave the opening prayer, utter which Mrs. Lewis presided. Mrs. Lemons read the Christmas story from St. Luke, -.vhich was concluded with prayer by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. Mrs. Jessie Reeder told a story, "How Come Christmas." In the social hour, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Gifts were exchanged, when Mrs. W. Walters and Mrs. B. B. Hodee. Mrs. P. D. Foster. Jr., and Miss Annella Humphreys were in Osceola this morning to attend given for Miss Nancy Wilson, the bride-elect Balton of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Y. T. Rowan of OkMona. Miss., will arrive Monday! to spend the Christmas holidays with their daughter, Mrs. .lames C. Guard. Dr. Guard and children. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stout have lad as their guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Deak C. Matthews of Lil- Rock. Miss Jacqueline Morgan of Little Rock arrived last nlpjiii ! Mrs. T, H. Hayncs and Mrs. Charles ! McWaters. who dressed as helpers, ! assisted Mrs. Maxwell. j Mrs. Lemons, class teacher, was I presented a gift by Ihe group. Smith at Mrs. L. E. Old as cohostess at 2:30 i Raymond Maxwell.. dressed as p. m.'. Circle Three with Mrs. W.j Santa Clnus, distributer! the gifts L. Horner at 16C3 West Holly with Mrs. A. H. Boyd as co-hostess at 2:30 p. m.; Circle Four with Mrs. J L. Guard at sn West Main with Mrs. H. L. Harp and Mrs. Harry Weedman as en-hostesses at 2:30 p. m.; Circle Five with Mrs. O. E. party j Knudsen at 2013 West Hcarn at 2:30 Grain of j p. m .; Circle Six with Mrs. A. N. of John Williams at 914 West, Holly with i Mrs. O. C. Ganske as co-hostess at 2:30 p. m. and Circle Seven with Mrs. Jim Smothermon at 60S Walnut with Mrs. Elmer Lindsey as co-hostess at 8: p.m. Gosnell Group Organizes Club A Home Demonstration Club was organized at, Gosnell Thursday with Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, county agent, director. Election and installation of officers was held. Elected were Mrs. Leslie Davis, president; Mrs. Roy McKay, vice president and historian; Mrs. W. E. Lott, Jr., secretary, treasurer, and rcjv.'.*!•; Mrs. C. A. Moody, song leader. Committees include Mrs. Charles Stromire, recreation; Mrs. Lee Hill, gardening and poultry; Mrs. Eugene Frank and Mrs. Elmer Crawford, home management and handicrafts; Mrs. Lee Hill and Mrs. Stromire, food and nutrition; Mrs. Hershell McKay and Mrs. P.. Barren, clothing; and Mrs. Louis Maxwell, safety. The January meeting will be with: Mrs. Davis. for the week end with the Stout's daughter, Mary Ann. Members of the Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist 1 |c Church met at the home of Mrs. ' 5 R. L. Adkisson Thursday night, with Miss Ann Johnston in charge of the program, "We Have Seen His Star." Participating were Misses Louise Capps. Joyce Johnson, Geraldlne Hatchell, Cora Mae McDanicI, Mnx- Ine Nelson, nnd Betty Casey, Betty PTA Meeting Fifty one members of the Shaw-' nee Parent-Teachers Association met nt the school Wednesday for n Christmas program, with 'Mrs. Joe Horace Felts as hostess chairman. Devotional was given by Mrs. Joe Townsend. and Mrs. E. E. Cis- R. Stevenson spoke and the American were presented by the sixth and seventh grades. « Attendance prizes went to the fourth and seventh grades. Second year home economics students acted as hostesses. In the social hour, a tea was held, with Mable Crook. Marie Bevll and Marilyn Lutes presenting Christmas music, accompanied by Billy Lutes. Frances Weathers played piano selections. Christmas decorations were used throughout. At the Hospitals Blylherllle HosplUI Dismissed: Audrey Lynn, Sikeston Lloyd Green, Huffman Clyde Wallace, City Guests included Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mrs. John Tyrone, Mrs. John Mayes, Mrs. Raymond Zachry, and Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Mrs. Mayes told the Christmas story and Mrs. Josephine Rolllson conducted the business session. Mrs. Alvln Hardy, teacher spoke briefly. Dinner was seryed to the group and later in the evening they exchanged gifts and sang carols. um* t/z— The way some people work nowadays H would be appropriate to giftwrop their pay checks. WOMEN Wanted between ages 25 and 45 to distribute our HOME DUST CONTROL SERVICK to Ihe belter homes of Blytheville which 50% of our first 700 prospects in Blytheville have bought. Will require approximately 15 hours of work per week. Car necessary but mileage will be very low. Earnings S20 to S25 per week. Must be neat in appearance. Apply Monday, Mrs. Alberta Jones, Hotel Noble between 10 and 5 o'clock. WHITE ROSE INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRY COAL $10 ton delivered - 2 tons or more (Pliu T«x) HESTER'S COAL YARD PHONE 3T86 sell rend the president's message The Rev. E. ~ on "Religion Drenm." County Judge Philip Doer will be speaker at the Jan. 13 meeting. C. and N. Club Is Entertained Mrs. Charley"Lutes was hostess Thursday night to members of the C. and N. Birthday Club honoring Mrs. M. Emde. All members of the chib snd a guest, Mrs. Molly Manuel, attended. Decorations of Christmas flowers and greenery were seen throughout the enlerulntng rooms. ] n the hours after dinner, the group spent the hme informally and exchanged Christmas gifts. 8 Grealest depth of water In the Great Lakes is in Lake Superior where it Is 168 fathoms spot. at one \teNEIV in office typewriters? ...tfiis is! NIW Instmt-Stl Margins automatic, accurate, fast! NIW Touch responsive, feather-lightl NIW "\p,i, e » clein, clear, uniform! NIW Keyltvtr Action speed where it counts! Thi» ill-new Smith-Coront "Eighrf-Eight" Secretarial ii engineered for tireless touch, effortless speed »nd action. Try it! In your own office... Smith-Corona members of (he L;> Pptite Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting American Legion Auxiliary has semi-monthly meeting. Oclavc Club meets nt 7 p. m. for j i j , /-* i i Christmas party with Mrs. Leon! HOSteSS TO C_,lUb Ocnning. Wednesday Club Eight meets with Mrs. Char- ;TLE Club Given Dinner Party | A Christmas party was given by .Mrs.. Dick Watson Thursday night ' when she entertained members of Women's Missionary Union of thei th ".J LE Club wlth , " di " nei ; pany ' First Baptist ClwrchnveeirinCir^pXinTlsetu* 3 ^ Christmas with Mrs. Billy McNecse at 708 i ^wlnnm^f the card games were Illinois; Circle Two with Mrs. C.'Mrs. Herman Turner. Mrs. W. J. M. Abbott on Barfield Roan; Circle : Clippies and Mrs. J. F. Scrape. Three with Mrs. Jesse Seeman at, 800 Walnut; Circle Four with Mrs. Forest. Moore at 2516 West Rose; Circle Five with Mm. Lloyd Stick,mo at 916 West Walnut; Circle six with Mrs. Joe Atkins at 124 Mounl- trle Drive; and Circle Seven with Mrs. R. A. Copeland on Norih' Franklin. i Circles of the Trinity Baptist' Church meet at the church at 7.30 p. m. for a Joint business meeting, i Royal Service program, and Christ-} mas party. [ Circles of the Presbyterian j Church meet as follows: Circle One at 2.30 p. m. with Mrs. Johnny; Man- with Mrs. Ed Dicks as co-' hostess; Circle Two for 6 p. m. dinner with Mrs. z.il Harrison with Mrs. Ross Stevens as co-hostess; Circle Three for 1 p. in. luncheon with Mrs. .less Horner with Mrs. B. S. Simmons. Mrs. J. fl. Clark nild Mrs. J. C. Walters as co- hostesses; Circle Four for 1 p. m. luncheon with Mrs. C- C. Councille; Circle Five for 8 p. m. meeting! wilh Mrs. ddle Saliba with Mrs. I Mason Day. Jr., ns co-hostess; and i Circle Six at 8 p. m. at the church for Christmas party. Tuesday Junior HiRh School PTA llns 3 p m. meeting with board meeting at 230 p. m. Tri-Town Club has meeting with Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. E, N. Regenold hostess to the Tuesday Club. Mrs. Max Usrcy is hostess to Friday Contract Club Has Meet Mrs. George Pollock, Jr., was hostess at the Rustic Inn yesterday with a dessert bridge party for members of the Friday Contract Club. Mrs- Ed Dicks was a guest of the group. Winners of the games were Mrs. G. O. Poctz, high and bridgo. and Mrs. Dicks, second place. Christmas decorations were used throughout. | Mrs. McCutchen at tcs Langstors. Wednesday club meets Country Club. Thursday Mid-Weck Club members meet at the Country Club. L.-idies Ray Christmas party is j to be held at the Country Club. | Kibitzer Club has Christmas party with Mrs. Robert McHaney. j Thursday club meets at the Country Club. Mrs, O. W. McCutchen was hostess at her home for members of | the Thursday Club when Mrs. M. the j A. Isaacs, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, and iMrs. Marvin Robinson were guests. Christmas decorations were used throughout the hostess' home. Mrs. F. B. Joyner won first place in bridge games which followed a luncheon and Mrs. Robinson won second. NEED A PLUMBER? then call ORSBURN SUPPLY 1918 W Main Phone 3208—Day or Night Member of National Association of Master Plumbers C. R. ORSBURN, Mgr. They're saving money for fun 13o(h theatre-owner and motion picture producer use advertising as their lowest cost vay tn let you k-nmy the latest about their films. Any oilier im-llmrl ••oti'.d cast them more and be reflected in what you pay at the box office. 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For Your Christmas Pictures: Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature _. 4 THE MINE WITH THE IRON DOOR •AND— o,^ p*, b, wetfll E HW . bi*l M ME c«m • PrcAXrt &r Ml MTOUH M b r sicwcr wuw Serial 'Captain Marvel' No. 12 Cartoon "Time Gallops On' SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature « MOVIE FILM FLASH BULBS • COLOR FILM • POLAROID FILM BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W.Main Phon« 3647 Church Plans Music Service A candlelight service of Christmas Carols, which is presented each year at this season by the First Christian Church, will be given Sunday, Dec. 13. at 5 p.m., with the Cherub, Junior, Intermediate and Chancel Choirs participating The program is composed of carols of all nations telling the Christmas story In music inter- j Bridal Shower Given at Whitten Miss Mnry Margaret Allred was complimented nt a miscellaneous bridal shower Friday night at the Whitten Community House. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alger Allred and the bride- elect of Lowell Coffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coffman, all of WBHten. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Pete Bullarri. Mrs. Jess Forester and Mrs. Bill Profit. spersed with .scriptures. Included i . A ch * tm ns motif was used in in the program will be a violin solo i decorations. by Ralph Nichols, Jr. Reader will be the Rev. James i W. Rainwater, pastor, with Mrs. i Dalton C. Fowlston as organist and • choir director and director of the program. i Luncheon Given for Club Mrs. C. W. Afflick entertained memebers ofthe Thursday Club at her home with two guests and one new member, Mrs. W. B. Tanner The guests were Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. E. W. Kirby. A three-course luncheon was serevd from a table decorated in a ' green and gold motif. j Winners of the bridge games; were Mrs. Russell Phillips and! Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. Boiled Out Repaired Flo Tested Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 508 Cl. 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