The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1940 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 5, 1940
Page 3
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1940 (ARK.) tfOUftlEft NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Coiiilio:i club meeting-7:30 o'clock | at American Legion Hut. Mrs. \V. A. Stlckmon having Elmwood Cemetery association. , Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, observing week of | prayer. 2:30 o'clock at church. Mrs. 'Vcru Turn** entertaining |C. E. C. club. Music- department, Wor/ian's club, I sponsoring benefit, bridge party, :00 o'clock at- clubhouse. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of Univf-r- iy Women meeting 12:30 o'clock I at. Hotel Noble. issouri Brides (Give First Party Of Ch fist mas Season The Christmas social season was iiiiuguraied Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Jesse M. While, Mrs. R. C. I Allen -and Mrs. L. S. Benish, who lenteriained with a bridge party, first affair in u series of events | being planned for the holidays. The White home, elaborately I decora ted for the Yuletide, was |the selling for the party at which 3 guests were entertained. Tapers in candelabra lighted the [Christmas scene arranged on the •mantel, while a similar scene of ran old fashioned coach drawn by I reindeer decorated the buffet. •Special arrangements in. other Jroorns included red and silver ber- jfiea reflected in a mirror and bou- Iquets of. yellow chrysanthemums. •Throughout the home were Christ- |mas bells and wreaths. Handmade tallies featured a sin- Igle; taper which symbol was re- Ipeated on the scorepads and on the Irefreshment plate. A miniature I candle in a gum drop was the I Christmas favor ornamenting the I dessert plate. Mrs. G. E. Keck was presented Ian 'old fashioned gold picture for high score prize. Second high, a gold embossed plate with server, I went to Mrs. W. D. McCluvkin, and third high, figurine book ends, to Mrs. C. C. Wood. For low score, 1 Mrs. John P. Reinmiller was given la double deck of cards. Out of town guests Here for the j affair were: Mrs. Norbert Spauld- jing and Mrs. Albert Lawson, both lot" Caruthersville; Mrs. Joe Watsv, Mrs. T. V. Conner, Mrs. Donald Wertz and Mrs. H. C. Davidson, of Osceola. [Plan Supper Party Plans for a supper to be given I Sunday, Dec. 22, at che American Legion Hut_were ...discussed at the. meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple. Israel in the home of Mrs. | Louis Applebaum Wednesday night. The supper will follow the'Cha- I nuko program to be held in Temple I Israel. It was announced that the organization will give a contribution o -the Annette B. Rhine scholarship fund, sponsored by the Arkansas- Jewish Assembly to aid de| serving students who are in. need of. assistance to continue their I .studies. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour. The next meeting will be Wecl- she has been ill of a cold, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Holland spent, Wednesday in Jonesboro where Mr. Holland attended to bu.sint's.s. Adah Clyde Robinson, who ut- tonds Holy Angels Academy in Joriosboro. spent (he week ond here with her parents, Mr. ami Mr:;. Clyde Robinson. She had as her guesi., a schoolmate, Miss Marilyn Stewart, Mrs. James H. Bell. Mr.s. Jack Brooks and Mr.s. W. J. pollard spent Tuesday in Memphis. The Rev. and Mr.s. H. 0. Es PAGE THREE B nai B'rith Lodge Will Meet On Dec, 11 The B'nni B'rilh- Lodg<« of Northeast Arkansas will meet Wednesday night. DPC. 11, Jasuw) of Thursday night, Dec. f>. us it <vas previously announced, according to E. M. Jiill'o. president. Tho moHii will bi> he-Id in Uu 4 Mrs. Bert Wells Mrs. Vergi! Mrs. Bert Wells and Mrs. Vergil Hans were November brides of Steele. Mo. Mrs. Wells is the former Miss Mary Ellen McCutchen. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P. F. McCutchen, and Mrs-. Hans LS the former Miss Jackie Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S, Taylor. nes'day, Dec. 18 Mrs. I. Miller. in the home of church. Fourteen members and four visitors were present. Guests were Mrs. T. H. Plemmons of Charlotte. N. C., licuseguest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Att'lick. Mrs. R. I. Haley. Mrs. Nut Britlain and Mrs. Harry Fritzius. Mrs. Haley gave the devotional from the second chapter of Luke. Miss Cordelia Wilhite presided over the business session. A reading was given by Mrs. Brittain after which Mrs. Fritzius sang a solo. Miss -Wilhite read "Personal Appearance of Jesus." A Christmas poem read by Mrs. H.-E. Barnette closed the program. Refreshments were served after the program. Mrs. Arthur Rushing. Mrs. C. P. Tucker and Mrs. Barnette were members of rl)e committee in charge of arrangements. Piays With Club Mrs. W. D. Wood pJayed cards with members of the Fiida}' Contract club Tuesday night when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. J. J. Ewing. Refreshments were served during the games in which the prize went to Mrs. H. G. Partlow. * * * Christin^sfls Theme Of I*. T. A. Program "A. Christmas theme- \vas carried out in the program, presented Wednesday afternoon .at the meeting of the 'Suclbury Parent Teacher association at the school. Mrs. Neil! Reed opened the meeting with prayer after which-sixth grade students of Graham Wright presented a musical number "Carols in the Air". The study course was conducted by Mr.s. L. E. Baker on the subject, "What Shall I Buy for Christmas?" Miss Billie Nelson of. the high school public speaking class discussed the Tuberculosis Seal Sale campaign. In the room count, the prize went to Miss Mary Hubler's second grade. Daughter Korn A daughter was born to Mr. ana Mrs. Rudolph Morris of Jonesboro, nard's hospital. The baby, who weighed eight pounds, has been named. Mary Ann. Mrs. Morris is the former Miss Mary Cummins of this city, daughter of Otto Cummins. Postpone Party The party of the Ladies' Bible class of the First Methodist church which was scheduled to be tonight has been postponed, because of illness among members, those in charge stated. perger, who recently eume here, are residing at 1015 West Ash street. The itev. Mr. Eggensperger Ls associate pastor of the First. Methodist church. Virginia Listen and Marian Siemac-. both students at Holy Angels Academy nt Jonesboro. were the week end «uests of their par- en Us. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Cunningham Sr. and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Cunningham Jr., who recently moved here from Cape Girardeuu. Mo., are residing at 412 North Ninth street. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham Jr. are the new owners of the Trieschmann cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eiam. of El Dorado, nre the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson. Friday Night To Be Stunt Night At High School People prominent in the affairs of the community will appeal for laughs Friday night when they take part in the stunts presented by various organizations at the community stunt night program sponsored by the senior.class at the high Cancel Meeting Elmwood Cemeteiy home of L. K. Harwarf?, of Oscooln. Scout News Boys —r-r— Girls school. Thus will be the fifth annual association will not meet Friday afternoon because of conflicting dates and illness of several members. The association was "to meet at' the home of Mrs. W. A. Stickmon. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Carroll Blakemore and infant son. Can-oil Jr., were removed from •Blythev'ilhr hospital- to their home, 1127 West, Main street, today. • ... E. A. Stacy and H. C. Knappen- in Little ° Haye Christmas Parly A Christmas party was given by members of the Dorcas Sunday- school class of the First Baptist . . „. church Wednesday afternoon at the Wednesday morning at St. Ber- 3S* 18 - \ Trade representatives in Arkansas. •Dr:..E. -M; Nixon, w£io has been attending to business in LJttle Rock, .became ill while there and will remain .for several days. Miss Elizabeth. Pleasants returned to her home'in'Minter City, Miss., today, after having spent ten days here with Miss Mary Spain Usery and her mother. Mr.s. M. O. Usrey. Miss Alice Whitsitt.was dismissed j stunt night, program. Proceeds from the affair go into, the senior class 1 memorial fund; Miss Luna B. Wilhelm and Mitchell Best are sponsors of the class. Stunts will be given by the Larige P. T. A.. Central P .T. A., Girl Scouts, Senior-Junior high P. T. A.. Boy Scout Troop 38 and American -Legion. Specialty numbers will be contributed by Joan Tricschmann, tap dancer; Joe Evrard. accordionist; Betty Jean Hill, vocalist; Girls Glee c'lub; Jetty Claire Huffman, reader; Sara McCutchen and Bill Chanib- lin, performers. Prize money of S5 will be given for the best stunt. $2.50 for the second, place winner and $1 for the third. '•• Bill Chamblin is to act as master of ceremonies for the program which begins at eight o f c!ock. Dick White is president of the senior class and Tarn Reecier is, general manager of the program. I'liiu Christnuvs Tarty Plans tor n Christmas parly to be given Wednesday at Little House were dl.sai.ssed at u meeting or the ffii'l scouts of Miss Loin Mason's troop at Central school Wednesday afternoon. Ma IT l.ovi Joynor's putro) wfiTbT' in charge of entertainment lor the party and Jane Nicholson's patrol will make candy. Tlic meeting closed with "lh" «ifn>ini> of '-Uno'i My Honor." BrovvmVs To Work Ou Christ mus (lifts Brownies will begin work on Chri.simus gifls SnLurelay when they meet in the Girl Seoul Little House with their leader, Mr.s, Robert Grimes. All Brownies interested in this project must be present nt Saturday's meeting us two Saturdays will be necessary to complete the work. On the third Saturday the eirls will have a party. Troops "0 Moots All members of Troop UG of the Boy Scouts except one were present for the meeting Wednesday night at Lange school. Reports were made on advancement during the past week and plans for further advancement. Members who qualify will be invited to the Lions dub luncheon on Tuesday, Dec. 10. There will be a joint meeting of Troops 31, 36 and 38 at the Lanye school Monday. At that time, the scouts will be afforded the privilege of seeing Capt. Tom Mull's Vvikj fjhv 1 Ktu-h I wop will have a r motHlng :>t; its n.sunl meeting p ul. 7:00 o'clock and wilt iJ.ntho 8:00 o'clock nt school. t.oiulrrs Make Plans l-"or C.lrl Scout. Wiu»k Olrl Scout week observed throughout the nation in March wns discussed WeclnesUHy nifeht at u meeting of the Ciid Scout Troop Loaders' club in the Littlr II oust;, An invihitlon 1ms been sent by this group lo Miss Mary Ester U rooks, supervisor of the Dixie RoKion. to vinil here after Christmas. ReorgttrsiKdHon of (he Girl Soout Council \va.s anotlier subject of discussion during tho buslnes* session , The Leaders' club will meet tin 1 ti.rst Wednesday night in month. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mr.s. O. E. Moore, city, admitted. Miss Alice WhitsiU, city, dismissed. Bananas were... a popular food today from Walls hospital where of the ancient Egyptians. (]emel(M'v Wreaths j Si?o our wonderful line of Cemetery Wreaths. Make your selection while t h o line is comi)lole. 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