The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1953 · Page 13
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December 23, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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(VEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1053 BIYTHEVIUJJ (ARK.) COUKIKP N'KU'S PAGE THIRTEEN TV Isn't Answer To Free Ti After Retirement Loafing Not Enough Without Work to Do, Experts Contend CHICAGO (AP) — If you would be happier after you retire from your job you had better try lo find a sulnfit'itc for work* Watching TV or following an isolating hobby will not do the trick. « This is one of the preliminary 'conclusioas reached bv .sociologists at the University of Chicago who have a three-year studv under way in six Florida communitios. First reports on the studv appear today in the American Journal of Sociology in an i^ur- devoted entirely to the subject of growing older. L. C. Michelon, assistant professor of industrial relations, says there is a difference between the leisure of the job holder merely pausing between work activities and the full-time activity of retirement. Hobbies Not Satisfying "Leisure of the individual busy at work is welcome," said Michelon, "because there is the knowledge that there will be a return to the vital business of work. With retirement, the individual must live for himself, rather than worry- in? about a job or what other peo- , pie require of him." "Looking: at television, taking 1 a ride in the country and engaging in hobbies are called leisure for the person engaged in work, but actually they are only a 'pause' between activities." He added that hobbies a man undertakes in isolation are satisfying during his working life be.,-cause It is good to escape the bus- ^ftf:le and bustle of daily living. •• Tn retirement, however, isolating hobbies are not .so satisfying, he said, since the new leisure should force a person into activities with others. i -UXCRA NEWS ; By MKS G C. DKIVtCK Chrlfitniiis Parlv Held Tl'c Fidelia Class of the Baptist S'.tnd.iy School held its Yule pjirty ,it the Rustic inn in Blytheviile lions rdomed 1'ie serving table, decorated with bells and reindeer of a; sorted colors. Tiie class leac'i- er, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Sr., was presented a " ntn free corsage and a gift. Those present brought gifts for'underprivileged .children, to be distributed a I the Church's White Christmas. Rot.iry Club Christmas Party The Luxora Rotary Club entertained their Rotary Anns at an an- I'ersonals Billy R:\v Tucker spent last weekend s-t'thc University of Mississippi, where he underwent ex- amiirtions for Naval R.O.T.C. training. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Dorris and daughter of Memphis, and Mrs, S. Fran'ilin of Moscow, Tenn,. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr.. and ST., and Mrs. Sue M. Brown. E. R. Boge-n hns been a patient in the Oseeola Memorial Hospital for the past several days. Mrs. E. M. Odom left last weekend for Memphis, where she will spend i'^e Christmas holidays wilh members of her family living Mrs. Sue M. Brown left Thurs- jdiiy for Memphis to spend the holi- Id^y period with her daughter, Mrs. ,W. H. Gowen. and family. From 'there she will continue to Stuart, da, .where she will spend the ;r months with her son. B. D. M-nuui ^ c-.m imi.^iy mgm. college students arriving over Donald \vcrtz. pro S r«m man-man, | lhe we ekend for Christmas vaca- presented a variety musical and literary program, numbers furnisher by the Moffett School of Dance and Mrs. Burr's Osceola High School English students. Ro- tnrian John Thwoatt presented gifts to guests following the three course dinner and program. G. C. Driver. Jr., club president, turned the club gavel over to vice-presi- j dent Bob Dyess, who .will fill out Mr. Driver's term of office. Bridge Club Meets Prisoners to Get Soup CHARLESTON W. Va.. (/Pi—City Jailer Henry Bailey hopes to cut down this year on the number of drunks and vagrants who land in jail to get a big Christmas dinner. He announced a new Holiday menu today: bean soup. tions at home included Miss Dixie Howard, John Thweatt, and Miss Wade McHcnry from Southwestern. Memphis. Ray Tate from Memphis Slate, Edward Stanford and Joe Rob Gentry from Ole Miss, Miss Elizabeth Hanna from Freed-Hardeman, Miss Christine Johnson from Arkansas Slate Teachers Col lege, and Miss Ann Ashley Rozelle from Brenau Academy, Georgia. Misses Frances and Dorothy Rozelle arrived Thursday to spend the Christmas holidays with theii Mrs. Lem Stanford entertained | parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Roi .-,., ..... ,--i^j^ ^ their country home. Miss Beity Mifflin. teacher in the Apopka. Florida high school, arrived home Saturday for the sea- members of her two-table bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. A dessert course was served, and gifts exchanged by club members following the games. Dance Club Holds Christmas Social The Luxora Dancing Club, with Mr. and Mrs., A. B. RoEelie, M.r. and Mrs. I. M. Castlio, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen, Miss Margaret Moffitt, and W. H. Meadows as hosts, held their monthly social at the Hotel Noble in Blytheviile Friday night. Colorful Christmas decorations adorned the ballroom and prevailed sonal holidays with Mrs. J. I. Mifflin. her mother, CHRISTMAS (Continued from Page 5) a il those traditions and a child the ^serving table forj[ ac king in family traditions is to be ,- ,_ . the midnight buffet. Guests present were from Luxora, Osceola, Wilson, Blytheviile, nnd West Memphis. Music by the Dixiecrats was danced to by the forty couples attending. School Theatre Party Held Mayor Moss Sliman. owner of the Lux Theater, was host to schools of the Luxora School District today. Children of the George we v School a nd the V ictori a Colored Schpl were guest s a t a morning show, and students of the Luxora Elementary and High School and the Victoria Junior High School were afternoon guests. The party, an annual event staged by Mr. Sliman. is complementary to the community's school age chil- c ] circumstances have prevented these 60 little girls from ever knowing the real joy of Christmas. COLD SUFFERERS Don't suffer discomforts of coldl . . . Ol QUICK R«li«f »iU» STANBACK . . . T«it STANBACK »g>in>t >n<r preparation you've «vtr tiled . . . «« hew quick r»U»f eom« Snap Back with. STANBACK TABLET* POWDER* you, our many friends — ALL THE JOYS AND HAPPINESS OF THIS WONDROUS HOLIDAY SEASON Delta Implements, Inc. BlythevilU "Service Holds Our Trade" Phone 6863 To h;-ve been In Swift's Furniture Store Friday afternoon when Mr?. Churlsi£ Little, clement'\ry school principal, brought them in a school bus to get the most beautiful dolls their dancing eyes ever saw. would have melted your heart. One little girl was asked. "Whul will your mother say when you show her your doll?" Her reply was; "She's too |'nr away to see it. She's in heaven." Somebody was thoughtful enough to teach her where her mother had gone and when she spoke of her mother her eyes had neither sad nor gay expression, l couldn't ex-' press it on paper, but it has haunt-j ed me; she was the most grateful little piece of humanity I have ever encountered in a child. Her first reaction was to grab me and kiss me when I handed the little doll to her. She looked up into my face, her big brown eyes say- Ing a thousand words. I asked her name. "Mary." was all she toldj me. I might have known. , THE DOM, I handed her .must have been the nearest thing to an angel she ever dreamed about. After lifting up its pale yellow satin dress and examining- the underclothes she said, "It must have*took Jesus to make them ruffles." No other phrase she could have used would have expressed it any better. One tiny fir.st-»rader stood so close to me i could hurdly reach over her to hnnd a doll to thu little 1 girl behind \\n\ { noticed the tears in her eyes nnd thought perhaps, the tears were caused from being over." "motional. I I turned to Mrs. UtIU 1 and com-; merited on tm> child and she told ; me the htllr yiri h;ul cnhiracls uml. it \VPS only a matter of time before she would become totally blind. ' When that time does come — unless Cod steps in and ppi'fonns n miracle -- she will always remember t'lis Christmas and her fairylike doll, and us the years go by, that doll will become a statue and wilt ft row more beautiful the older slip gets. If nn unknown nriist had boon there and caught the animation on iill of llio.se |M!le t.ires, he would become another S;um Ruplm'l, no doubt. Every doll flint was picked up, I was the very one they all wanted. When ii was given to a c.-ertain child, not H oiip si;id, "Thai i.s' mine," or "I want that one," :is mine would have s;;id. They very j humbly reached for the orie thai was to become their very own nnd. as nny mother would do, they hugged and kissed their "hahy :> • and thought (heirs was the pretli- esl one of all. THE WOMF.^ who m.ide this Ki'ertl pvenl possible know the rcul spirit tif C'hrishmiK. This i<; not ! thrir firs! yerr tit do this; it is Uu i third rmt they want to express their ilu'nks Ibruu^ii this medium to ilie ones who donated a dollar j In Inn- i he dulls and for the ma-J lerhils fijven Ihem. Ainl especiully ihv-y \v..ni to thank Mrs. ,j(«:fjc C'l'iinit'i', who .saved ovory flowei'ed flour suck from her restiutfaut und made it possible for the dolls (o h;ive complete Kchool-day owtlits. j Otliers who nre responsible for j drrsslnz the dolls and were not present when the picture above was niiicie «cre Mrs. J. w. Whltworlh, Mrs. Ed Shlppen. Mrs. A. F. Glascoe. Mrs. John Woodard and Mrs. Denson. This year's workshop was the immense glassed-in porch at the house of Mrs. Harry Jones, Sr. Previously the women went from house to house, but that took up loo much time and too much pick- up, so Mrs. Jones decidet) this year, with the help of Mr. Jones, she would turn ovei their coveted spot In the house to this worthy cause. In years to come, when these little girls' thoughts and memories go back to that wonderful Christ- mns of 1953, perhaps they will hunt up a small child and gladden her heart as these women have done for them. To Treat BRONCHiTiS Chronic hipnchilis may develop if your fot:j;li. chc.st coltl. or acute bronchitis is not trcaktl and you canndl afford to l;ike a chuncc with any medicine less potent than CreomulMon which goes inlo the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender, inflamed, bronchial inenlbiancs. Creornulsion blends hcechwood creosote by special process with olher time tested medicines for coughs. It cont.uns no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, Crcomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Creomiilsion has stood the lesl of many millions of users. (Adv.) For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver 2043 Call In Come In 1044 Chick. UtttleN (ToUin of We take pleasure at this holy time in putting aside business to send our many friends the heartiest and most sincere wishes for the rich joys of the CHRISTMAS SEASON The First National Bank -IN BLYTHEVILLE- See Our Gifts For All the Family ^MlK.^."^.^)!^ HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. See Our Gifts For All the Family

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