The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 29, 1940
Page 3
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FRIDAY; NOVEMBER soi ; IMO _BlitqtEVri,LE (AKK.) COIIKTER NEWS , Osceola Society—Personal Will Attend Shrine Ceremonial Around 20 members of the Osceola Shrine dub are planning to attend the Shrine Ceremonial to be held by Sahara Temple in Pine Bluff Thanksgiving Day when a rtass of 35 will be taken into the Temple; this brings the total number received this year to around 100. the largest number to go in nny one year. Those making tentative plans to intend are Dr. George Cone, R. M. Fletcher, Leahmond Williams. The ttev. Lester M. Bickford, Elliott Sartain, L. W. Waiters, Eddie Ward, Moses Sliman, William Elias, Jake Thrailkill. Judge S. L. Glad-, Louie Isaacs of Blytheville; R: K. Orr and D. N T . Morris of Wilson; N. L. Gillespie and J. B. Wilson of Joiner; Nap Etter. Bassett; .W. C. ' Wall and Robert Noble. Kei.Sf-r. -<•• 9 * Honored :it Shower M"ns. D. R. Wertz was the guest of honor at the surprise Kitchen Sho\ver held in the home of Mrs. W. j. Driver Monday night by the women of the Presbyterian Church. Cohoste.sses with Mrs. Driver were Mrs. A. F., Mrs. J. H. Hook mid Mrs. R. C. Bryan. The shower was given Mrs. Wertz on the occasion of her moving into their new home north of town that has been named "Lone Acre." The kitchen is decorated in red. white ;md black and the gifts presented her Monday night were selected to harmonize. Her sister-in-law. Mrs. Claude Callicott of Nashville, Tenn., who is her guest this week, was the only out of town guest. Given Surprise • Kirlhday Dinner Miss Emma Cox, owner of the Gem and Joy Theaters here, was the guest of honor at the surprise birthday dinner given in her home Wednesday night by members of her family and members of the theatre staff numbering 16 persons. Miss Emma, who says with a degree of pride "Coca Cola and I are the Same age, 54", came home from her office at the theatre to find the guests assembled, the house decorated and gifts piled on tables and chairs and a stack of birthday letters written by pupils of the fifth grade at Osceola Elementary School taught by Mrs. J. S. McCants. Her • niece. Emma Cox, is a member of the class. An arrangement of red roses with red candles in silver holders centered the table, with . fruit and autumn leave§' : banked at other intervals and oil Boantels. Guests included Mr.; and Mrs. Wai ter Cox ~ and children, Mary Lorine and " Emma; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox and son, Skippy, of Blytheville; Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, Jr.. Malcolm Shannon, Rosaline Tucker, Mrs. Sam Coble and her I »uest. Mrs. W. K. Harrison; and Miss Emma's father, Hiram Cox. senior in Baylor University. Both girls were former classmates in Baylor. Mrs. E. M. JafTe returned Monday night from Columbia, Mo., where she went to spend Thanksgiving with her daughter, Miss Prances Elaine JafTe, a student at Stephens College. Miss Barbara Bunks came home Wednesday alternoon for the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Heartsill Banks. She will tv accompanied by her roommate. Louanna Banks of Delta. Colo., nlso v. student in Arkansas Slate College. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Shiopen motored to Annauoli?,. Md.. last week ^o have Thanksgiving: dinner with their son. Joe Shippen, a midshipman in U. S. Naval Academy. They spent several days in Washington as guests of their son, Georpre Shippen and Mrs. Shippen. Henrj' James Swift, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, who 3s =) student in Yale University this vear, is the guest of his roommate in Bridgeport,. Conn., for this weekend holiday, Methodist Circles Meet Mrs. S. G. Lockhart was hostess to 18 members of Circle "A" of the Womens Society for Christian Service Monday. Sharing honors with her were Mrs. W. C. Mason, Mrs. I. O. Crosthwaite, Mrs. C. N. Pace. Mrs. C ; -M. Harwell gave the'de- votional on Thanksgiving thoughts •nicl portions of scripture. In the business session, all bills were re- uorted paid, and Mrs. J. T. Foller appointed social chairman to suc- ':eed Mrs. Paul V. Galloway. Mrs. Alma Morrison was appointed flower chairman. Mrs. W. J. Spicer v 'a.s enrolled a member of this circle. Mrs. M. S. Wagner, assisted by Mrs. Talmadge Tongate, Mrs. George Balloue and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan were hostesses to Circle "B" where Miss Nettie Gray gave the devotional. Circle "C" met with Mrs. O. E. Massengill, assisted by Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes and Mrs. W. B. Colbert. « a * Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gwaltney had as their guests last weekend her sister. Mrs. H. D. Graham and Mr. Graham tind their children, Von and Mary Virginia, of Ciarksdale, Miss. Mr, and Mrs. Godfrey White had os their guests this week. Mrs. L. S. Mitchell of St. Louis, accompan- ied'by her son. Owen Mitchell, and daughter, Mrs. Charles Tooker nlso of St. Louis. Mrs. Pinley Cartwright Js in St. Louis tin's week. Mrs. Welby Young and Mrs. Joe Young went to Memphis Monday • 0 accompany the la tier's sister- in-lav\ f . Mrs. Fannie Young Hale, who left from thore for the winter in Florida. Mrs. Hale had been in Csceola^ since the death of her brother, Uie late Joe C. Young. Dr. George Cone is in Memphis this week attending the lectures of the Post-Graduate Seminary being- conducted by the " Tennessee being' conducted by the Tennessee! Denlnl Association' and the Dnlled States Public Health Service. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crockett of Thomasvllle. Mo, arrived Monday to spend the week with their mothers. Mrs. L. MLCrockeU. and Mrs. Susie Keiser. Miss Sarah Penrle Boland,' member of the Osceola high school faculty, had as her guests lust weekend her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Behind and her two sisters, of Trainke, Miss. The party uiTOin- i:anied by Miss Crenor Hale spent Friday night ami Saturday in" Memphis. Miss Patty Atkins will x go to Memphis for Thanksgiving wilh her brother, Edgar Adkins. - \ Joe Brown Gwinn of BasseU spent Sunday with his.parents, Mr. and" Mrs. Frank 0. Gwiim^Mr. und Mrs. Gwinn. had all f tin; children PAGE THREE homo nnd celebrated- Thanksgiving D«y on Sunday in connection .with Uu»ir twenty- fourth wocidin^ anniversary, Mrs. R. M. Fletcher nnd children, .Ethlyn nnd Dick, will yo to Memphis Friday for two days as ptiosts of her brother, P. W. Williams. Caruthersville Not To Hold Big Parade "CARUTHERSVlLLEi Mo.. Nov '>* -Spfoml-Tho CaruUiersvilh. junior Chamber of Commerce lm-i ( | 0 - ""itely abandoned plnns to hold the annual Christmas , Parade and Queen's Ball,- President Dirk Net'lev announced- Wednesday -'following u m*tin' with oHlcers. board mem- members of the specially Christmas Parade com- .._ Ablll «lonmem. wns brouyht about because of lack of inlwst, on thi? part of merchants, us well as civic clubs and other organizations who heretofore 'had entered floats and units in the event, which last year attracted about 15.000 persons to this city on parade nii.'ht, The Queen's Ball was <:u!t<?d oft' because of inability to s«eurn the Armory Hall, in which National Guard units are now busily cn- nayeu in preparing equipment to go to camp sometime about, Christmas-. hi the past, merchants huve •subscribed lo the fund to present I lie Chistmas Parade and decorate the streets, nnd generally funds have been collected within a few days. But this year mo:n, merchants declined to subscribe to On- fund, "o it was- decided, m the specially' ct'lled meetini;. to abandon the projects. Read Conner Nevvs want ads. Good Hunting Forecast In Virginia's Piedmont RICHMOND, Va'.-'fUP) — Three state forests In the Piedmont section of Virginia will be opened to hunters for the. ilrst time in five years, Dec. 4-u, under joint, supervision of the State Forest Service IV|WHITE PETHOmiuu!.TS WHITE PEfHOUUM"JELLY and the Virginia Commission of Game and Inland/Fisheries. , - The areas, totaling' about" 30,000 acres, lie in the, Cumberland. Prince Edward and Appomattox- BuckJngham State Forests. . NI6HT COUGHS COLDS... ^RELIEVE WHILE ya$ft L OH PENETRO Dr.Saliba'* Clinic KYK, ttAR, NOSE and THREAT 128 1C. Kentucky Avc,, Corner Franklin & Kentucky GLASSES FITTED .1. A. Saliba, M.D., M.K., rh.C. Qfflre |t hone 418 Res 410 Students Visit Because several Osceola college and university, students attend schools in .states observing: a different Thanksgiving date from ours. many did not_ come home but instead visited their roommates and classmates in various states. Miss Pcarle Cartwright. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cartwright, who is a sophomore at the University of Indiana, went to Detroit. Mich., to be the guest of her roommate. Miss Dorothy King, who is also a Pi Beta Phi sister of Pearle's. Miss Carolyn Gwaltney. senior at Ward-Belmont College, Nashville, Tenn., who came by plane last week to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. Gwaltney. is the University of the South, Sewanee. Tenn., this week as the guest of James McKeon of Tampa. Pla.. a student at Sewanee, for the Thanksgiving dances. Miss Ethel Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones, who is a sophomore at Texas Dental Col- tese. Houston. Tex., is in Waco, Tex., this weekend, as the Thanksgiving guest of Miss Betty Jane Meadows of Monterey, Mexico, a Bronchitis Creqmulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ-laden phlegm,_and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis GUARD Those Bright, Young Eyes! Skipping rope, reading textbooks, doing homework, children use their eyes for a thousand nnd one purposes. Overstrained youthful eyes often result in nervous fatigue, irritability and all- around ill-health. Play safe by letting Dr. J. L. Guard test your child's eyes now. 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