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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 10, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) OOUK1ER NEWS Social Calendar . .WEDNESDAY'S '(EVENTS Mrs, -Charles Alford entertaining: Thursday Bridge club. , Chapter D of, the P. E. O. sisterhood meeting 1:00 o'clock with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Delta Contract club. Junior-Senior Parent ' Teacher association meeting 3:15 o'clock at school -preceded,*- by executive board meeting. Mrs. Clarence E. White entertaining Wednesday Bunco club. .ADC- Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Tommy. Upton. /Mrs. James B. C5 ark • having Townrand Country club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy meeting 2:30 o'clock - with Mrs. M. Htzsimrrions. v "•'.'• - ivlrs. A. G. SniDley entertaining Prosperity club, ; 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford entertaining Double Four Bridge club. Mrs. John Burnett entertaining Y. M. B. club. ' •: : ' ..Mrs, C. A.' Cunningham entertaining Mid -Week ' Bridge club'. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with.: 'Mrs. Eddie Regenold. Mrs. C. W.; -Afflick having Thursday Luncheon • club. Thursday Dessert, club meeting with -Mrs. O. P> Barber. s Jane McAdams entertaining See How Easy It Is To Wrap Gift Neatly? '..—Cutting the paper to the right size is the only correct way to tart wrapping a Christmas package so that it will be beautiful, neat .and interesting locking. The mistake most amateurs make is in using :oo much paper. The right method 'is illustrated above. Notice that the new red and white appliqued cellulose film is cut long enough to .jo around (he box. with a narrow overlap for sealing and wide enough ? to cover the ends. Union of the First Baptist churih Monday afternoon. Sixteen memoers and one visitor of circle one had a Cnriscrat* party at the home of Mrs. Hoy nead. Mrs. H. H. Brooks offered prayer. . Mrs. Howard Frlsby was hostess to nine members of Circle Two. The devotional was given by Mrs, j Ben Harrison and tne Christmas j program presented by Mrs. J. G. Babies and Miss Cordelia Wilhite. Prayers were led by Mrs. H. L. Reeder and Mrs, Theodore. Logan. Christmas gifts were presented the la members of Circle Tifiree who met "wiiii Mrs. J. J. Cookston. Mrs. M., C. Outlaw gave the devotional and" Mrs. G, W. Dawes lecj in prayer. • . Mrs. Shelburne Brewer read a pown and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon gave the mission study at a meeting of 12 members o* Circle Four at the home of <Mrs. Brewer. f rayers were offered by Mrs. Jesse Seaman and Mrs. Bert Lamo. Seven members of Circle Five mot with Mri. Alvin Huuman ior Bridge club.' Mrs. O. W. jMcCutchen having Thursday Contract club. Ik FRIDAY'S EVENTS . Fidelis Sunday school class, First Baptist church, meeting 7:00 o'clock 1 with Mrs. Alvin Tuff man. .'.•.•Catholic... Youth Organization 'sponsoring bam dance, Friday! night, 10:00 o'clock, city auditorium 1 ". Mrs. ; Paul Kimbrough enter tain- ins ;C. B. C. club.. , Laura Elizabeth Hale " Chooses Bridal Party Miss Laura Elizabeth Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Esco ; Lawrence Hale, today, announced plans for her wedding to Herbert Maurice' Vdland, son of Mrs. George G, Voland of New Rochelle,'N. Y: The wedding will- be 'solemnized at the First Baptist .church Sunday; Dec;;22rnt.|rbur : o'clock -in the afternooK Ijy: ^fee. B/3V. Alfred Carpenter, "^astoiv ; : r .•' /••: • Miss Hale;-who }. will _• be .-'given in • ; marriage; by lief 'father, "will have as iier only.vaitendant,vMrs.::Eddie Regenold. Mary Belle Gillmwater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Gillinwater, will be' flower girl' : Robert Dryfoos, of New Rochelle, ::N. "iY., will be'• Mr. Voland's best man. Ushers will, be J. C. Ellis Jr., and Louis --LeRoy Jr.. of Memphis. : A! program of nuptial music will be given by Mrs. Paul' L. Tipton, vocalist, and L. T. Moore Jr., •organist. ; ' : ^ ' '•• '•'"' , : ! ''•"'• "'''•,'* .'•.*•''+•. .'• '. • ' Compliment Miss Hale With Lingerie Shower Mrs. Garland Gillenwater, and Miss' Marguerite Matthews entertained ^ with a bridge party and lingerie -shower Monday..night at the home of Mrs. Fred Fleeman in compliment to Miss -Laura Hale, bride-elect of Herbert Voland of New Rochelle, N. Y. ' The red and green colors of Yuletide were combined with the .white bridal .motif for the scheme of ;the ; party. A decorative piece of Jaurel and "red berries was arranged on the Colonial mantel and red, carnations, .poinsettia.s anc white tapers added U> the decora- * tions. Handmade scorcpads and tail! 0 * were ornamented with miniatur. brides. Mrs. M. C. Cooke. Jr.. was presented a pair of milk glass vases f or '.high score among the 16 guests Cut prize went to Mrs. Fleeman Mary Belle Gillenwater. rtressec As a. bride, presented the guest.' 01 honor with her gifts. After they" had been opened, the hostesses served a salad plate in which tht Christmas, colors predominated. Miss Hate's plate was marked witl a miniature bride. * * * Hear Christmas Program - Members of the Woman's • Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church heard the Christmas program led by Mrs. Charles L. Wylie Monday-afternoon at a meeting at the. church 2.—To make neat ends on a Christmas .package, fold the wrapping paper over the blade of a table knife. Then crease each corner diagonally nnrt fasten with a small piece'of transparent packaging tape. a mission study taught by Mr* J. J. Ewlns. The devotional from tenth chapter of John was read by Mrs. Bishop who with Mrs. C. E Jnhnson lad hi ''prayers. Circle Six had a luncheon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Watson at one o'clock. Thirteen members and three visitors heard the devotional given by Mrs. E. L. Hale and mission study taught by Mrs EVerett Rehegear. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and 3.—It is not difficult to beautiful'bows of siik or cellophane ribbon. on Christmas packages if bands and bow'are inadc from separate pieces.- After'crossing the -bands around toe box, knot them, firmly and cut, leaving 3-inch cndo. Now make the bow by looping the rib- jon back and forth, as shown nbove, pinching each time at center .intersection. .Use the 3-inch ends on the bands to fasten the bow to the package. U. D. C. To Meet A Christmas party for members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will be given Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M Fitzsimmons. There will be a Christmas tree hung with gifts for tlie members The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock. ' . j *• ,•• *• •- * Class Plans For Christmas Basket Plans for a Christmas basket to be given to a needy family were discussed at the meeting of the L. L. L. class of the First Baptist church at the home of Miss Billie Payne Monday night. Nine members and two visitors, Miss Nannie Mae Craig and Miss Lois Johnson, were present. The hostess served a salad plate and cakes. Irtiich time the hostess served refreshments. . Tlie night circle, Circle Four, was entertained at the home of Mrs. B. J. Allen with Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowder and Mrs. w. B. Nally as co-hostesses. Sixteen members and three visitors, Mrs. Diilahunty, Mrs. Mattie Allen and Mrs. James A. OVerhoLser, were present. Mrs. Mattie : Allen presented the program after which gifts were presented and refreshments served. ' ' * * ' * -, . Give Star Banquet And Good Will Party The annual star banquet and good, f.or .the Business anci Professional Woman's club was 'given Monday night by Mrs, F. E. Fox and Mrs. J/L. Newsom at the Fox home. The Christmas dinner was served in-rooms decorated in the holiday 'motif in keeping .with the spirit of'the occasion. On the mantel was arranged a Christmas scene against a blue background ornamented with silver stars. Tapers from a cotton base lighted the scene., A large star over the doorway between.,'--the living and dining rooms was draped with tinsel which extended to two smaller stars. On the buffet was the Nativity scene lighted by a single electric star gleaming from among other silver- stars in the blue background. The program was based on the five pjolnts of the star: musical, mystical, mirthful, mimetical and miracle. In closing- the program, Mrs. Alton Jaggers played "The Life of Christ." As each guest arrived, a silver star on which the program was printed, was pinned on them. Rather than give -gifts to each other this year, members contrib- •uted the equivalent In money to a'fund 'to provide for the needy a* Christmas. Guests '..were: Miss Margaret Thompson, Miss Nellei Wilma Wood.. Miss. Annie Mae Davidson, Miss Frances Walls, Mrs. Alton Jaggers, Mis. Maurice Luttrell, Mrs. Ramsey Duncan and Mrs. C. F. Jordan" of St. Louis, houseguest of Mr. find Mrs. F. E. Fox. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1940 Bits of News Mostly, Personals 'S. C. F. Jordan, of St. Louis, will return home tomorrow after Honored at Party >!'Mrs. .'Bill. 'Cdrdell was honored Theme of the program was "Dedicating Our Lives to Service." Mrs. *•—This is tho way to tic the ecmpletnd bow on the package with loose ends of ribbon bands. Hold the center of the bow firmly I the :;-inct- cm.s have been tied around it. To keep outside wrap- I hers of Cirrlr Ono it M V ' UI> WIW<L .\ifi|j j utts \}i \jll U1C Ulie rtl mr; MlCKlin 17 i-aiicr from crushm? the loops, make a cup-shaped rover of scv- at the home of Mrs. Ross Stevens" Wylie read from John and Corinthians after which Mrs. W. L. Homer talked on "Inv^stiiic Our Heritage" and Mrs. "Patil Pryor read a Roem "The Christmas* Guest." ' Music included a medley of Christmas carols played by Mrs. W. ;E. Hendrix and a duet of "Silent Night" -suns by phrey and Travis • Hostesses for the social hour were: Mrs. Wylie, -Mrs; Edgar Herrick, Mrs. W. I. Denton. Mrs. C. C with a party given Monday nig-ht by Mrs. Bob Powell who entertained 16- guests -at her home. In the games which were played, prizes went to Mrs. Claude Phaxton and Mrs. Cordell. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. 1 F. L. Pinion in serving- sandwiches and iced drinks. * 4 :.* Council Meets Members of the Woman's Council of the" First Christian church j met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George k W. Barhain to continue their sewing- for the Red Cross. Mrs. J. C. Ellis was in charge of. the program on which Miss Anita Faye Beck reviewed the World .Call magazine and Miss Margaret Shaver read a one-act religious, drama. Several members received gifts of money from their "capsules' — called because of a previous drawing of names in capsules—which gifts are turned, into the organ fund. Besides Miss Beck and Miss Shaver, George W. Patterson was a guest. Tlie hostess, whose home was ornamented with holiday figures and other decorative items, served doughnuts and coffee. * * !» Tri Deltas Meet Nine members of the Delta Delta Delta club were entertained Monday night at the home of Miss Sara Jo'Little. Refreshments were served follou- | ing tlw business vsession. Later the ! group sang sorority songs. •>•*•* Christmas l>tory Hearrt By Auxiliary "The Christmas Story" w;is told at the meeting of the four circles ( of the Woman's Auxiliary of the i First Presbyterian church Monday ! afternoon and night. I tvirs. J. E. Harrington Sr. and At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital J. H. Doane, city, admitted. Mrs; Clyde Davis, Oak street, city, admitted.' A. L. Sipes, city, admitted. .-'•'Mrs. Joe McCarn, city, ,dismissed.; . Walls Hospital •Mrs. Tom Phillips, city, adnuited. •Mrs. Mollie Leggett, Steele. admitted. .'Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lambert, city, a daughter Monday afternoon, weighing six and a half pounds. :tf Mrs.-Edward C. Dinsmore, Steele. dismissed. . . Memphis Eaptist Hospital • Mrs. T. L. Noblin, Dyess. admitted. ' . • i . .. ; C. E. Cookc, city, admitted. •Tuncau lias Miss Juncau JUNEAU; Alaska (UP) — This southeastern Alaska city has a bathing ' beauty connotation. She i&_ M"ary Jean Juneau of Aurora, ill., whose grandfather helped L- sister, Mrs. F. _. . here since Sunday. , Mrs. Allan Walton and H. C. Knappenberger were in Memphis Sunday for the professional football game. Mrs. Joe McCarn, who lias been quite ill . for several weeks, was dismissed today from Blytheville hospital. Philip Reed and Mitchell Cassidy spent the, week end in Cooter, Mo., with- the latter's family. Mr. and Mrs. Rozzell = Jones of Detroit, -Mich., came this morning to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Jones' aunt, Mrs. -J. L. Newsom, and the Rev, Mr. Newsom, and Mr. Jones' aiint, Mrs, T. w' Neal, and Mr Neal. They will also visit Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dailey, in kenneti, Mo. Miss Jo Meux -of Brownsville, Tenn... is the guest of Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard for several days. J. H. Doane has been admitted to Blytheville Hospital. Dick Tipton, who has been attending Union University at Jackson, Tenn., has completed his work there and will visit his parents, Dr. and Mrs. 'Paul L. Tipton, here until March a't which time he 'will enter the school of medicine, the University of Tennessee, Memphis Shirley Ann and Carolyn Crews 'children of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crews, spent the week end in Keiser with their grandmother. Mrs. Russell Barham is able tc be out after having been ill for a few days. Mr. and Mrs., Bill Crews, Mr and M;rs. Clyde Johnson, Mr? Ethel Johnson and Mr. and Mrs Louis Johnson, of Keiser, returnee last night after attending the funeral of Mrs. Ethel "Johnson's brother, Reeder Jones of South Bend Ind. Funeral services were held a' Wright, Ala. He was ah unclf of Mrs. Crews and both of the Mr. Johnsons. Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge oi correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Is it'considerate for two persons to sit visiting in the reading' room of a public library? 2. How would you address a letter to a small boy? 3. As soon as a child can scraw. sentences, should lie be encouraged to write" to" tlve"grown-ups \Vh~t send him gifts? 4. Should children be taught not to interrupt the talk of others? 5. If possible should you wait tc correct a child until 'the 'giiesfe. have gone home? What would you say if— When you answer the telephone someone asks for you— (a) This is she speaking? (b) This is her?. Answers young that gifts • must be acknowledged with thanks. 4. Yes. 5. Yes. Of course, that isn't possible, with a very small child. . Best "What Would You Do" so'"H^n—(a). Read Courier News want ads. — PRESCRIPTIONS* Safe - - Accurate Tour Prescription Druggto* Fowler Drug Co. Main & Flnt Phuu Johns Ice & Coal Co. Good - Clean - Coal We Deliver 100 Ibs. or Carload ., All Coal by Rail Phone 83 UAPPY UOUR GRO.& "MKT. HUES OBLIVSKT W. Main Si, Phone U MID-SEASON - WOMEN'S . SHOES Kntirr stork in Sucdc anfi « inhiriations <tf Suede. Frokrn Lets of Crushed Leathers, Kid and Gabardine. Patent and Gabardine CcmhinaUnii5. I5!;irk. Brown. Wine. FOKMERl.Y S'fi.00 AND Sfi.75 High. Medium mul 1 «u- Heels. .Sizes 4 to 111. Widths. in U. NOW layer? of tissue paper and put it over the bow before wrapping lor wailing. Langston, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Mrs. Allen Pryor. Pickard and Flan Christmas Parly ., An all day Christmas'- party at the ^church was planned by members'- of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of , the Lake , Streets Methodist church Monday - afternoon^ at .the,, home of Mrs. >:• Jverjon Morris. ,-. T Tlie party,>w#Kbegin,-at 10:00 ;-_ o'clock Monday, it wa§-Decided, * .'Mrs, George Disinger-was'leader ., r of thi Heritage." \\ \ V as opened with the (singing of "America." Mrs. Disingcr, Mrs. Daisy Marler and Mrs. Georsc Shanks gave talks on special topics.-Prayer was offered bv the Rev. E. K. Sewell, ;md one - - - a - attended the meeting which was presided over, by Mrs. W. I, Green. Mrs. J. C. Cole dismissed the trout) with prayer. . Mis. Morris served fruit salad cake and hot chocolate. Her home was decorated in the holiday scheme with the manger scene arranged on. the dining table. ' ' • .* * . - * Gleaners IJayn 'Christmas Party Cedar, red- candles and blue and T er - Chlusllllas ornaments added Mrs. James J. Pickren, assisted by Mr.s. Hugh Nelson Thompson. gave a combined 'devotional and program on the "Christmas Story". r --* ft - were presented ihp-K mein- a festive air to Mir party of the -- ..... „ 1|lcul - GleanerK Sunday school class ot j bcrs present before refreshments the First Baptist church Monday night at the church. Tn addition to the husbands of members, guests were the Rev. and were served. Favors of miniature Santa Clauses carrying Christmas trees were given. Twelve members of Circle Two Mrs. Alfred Carpenter, Mr. and ; aud orie visitor. Mrs. G. W. Dilla- Mrs. Nat Brittain. and Mrs. Russell Fnrr. The holiday theme was carried the. turkey menu as -well a-s in the decorations. Christmas music and games were enjoyed during the dinner hour. Later the group played games and conducted contests. * * * Christmas Ts Theme Of .Circle Programs . Christmas was the theme of Mi<f hilnty, met with Mrs. j. A. Leech. Mrs. c. M. Gray gave the devotional on "The Fruit of the Spirit is Meekness" and M^. Mattie Allen told the Christmas story. Instead or giving gifts to each other, members of this group brought gifts for a needy family Refreshments were served during the social hour. Miss Emma Kate Richards was hostess to six members of Circle Three and two visitors. Mrs. C A Richards and Mrs. E. K. Davit, Mrs. Roy Walton and Mrs. J v D programs presented in the six cirJ McSiffWe toi d^o onal cles of the Woman's Missionary,prpgram. A^ social hour foUowed at. WOMEN'S SHOES FORMERLY -S5.00 Kntirc stuck in Suede and Sucdc Combinations, Sizes 3'/ 2 to in. Widths AAA to B. k Some Broken Lols'S6-50 Shoes Included WOMEN'S SHOES ' FORMERLY 53.05 Knlire s(ork in Suede iSuecJr; Cnnibinaltons. Black. Brnwn, Winr. Green. AAA I" B" 3'.j lo !). High, Medium . «lful SKK OUR WINDOWS DANCE EVERY SAT. NlftHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE BONNIE- BUTTER «TKAK SANDWICHES SERVED TUESDAY Mat. lOc & 15c; Ni^ht & 20« 1. No. 2. Master David Jones* 3. Yes. He should learn wlier ANTIQUES Specials For Christmas FURNITURE Marble-Top Tables — Corner and Wall Whalnots— Chairs, etc. GLASS Over Lay Vases-—Singles and Pairs — Patterns ~ Lamps. LAMPOST ANTIQUE SHOP H.W. 61, 2 iMiles South Phone 481-W - It's A OtM-Mon fKoff 'with FtANK MORGAN Directed by Edwin LMcifin • Produced by Louh K, Sidney comeay WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY CLAUDETTI . : RAY COLBERTMILLANO tinatt ky WTCHKl UISM Paramount News & Comedy Phone Kitz 224 Phone Roxy 322 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 ROXY TUKSDAY-WKDIVESBAY BARGAIN NIGHTS IQc & 20c Forever Hers! Special! WEDDING ENS£M£1E 10 Brilliant Dianiojid^. in tluv t\vo rings, mounted in handsome white Kold. She'!) cherish them H lifetime. 3H.VERWARK PLATTERS 8-Vc SERVJCK S29.95 S3.95 .§3.95 Complete service Tree platter in Cocktail set in pr«f L 1 ™ ^ver-plate. Wei- lovely chrome. Pluf box - come ZW With tray. Buy Now -- Pay Later At JEWELRY & OPTICAL STORE

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