The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1940 · Page 6
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PAQE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NTEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Fletcher chapter of cho United Daughters of the Confederacy meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. M Fitzsimmons. , ivlrs. A. G. Shibley entertaining Erosperity .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 enter- faining Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Eddie Regenold. Mrs. C. W. Afflicl: having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Dessert club meeting wit): Mrs. O. P. Barber. Miss Jane- McAdums entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. Mrs. O. W. M'eCulehen Having Thursday Contract club. Yarbro Ho in e Demonstration club sponsor in ^ bingo party, fc:nfl o'clock, at Catholic Hall. Son Is Born FRIDAY'S Fideli.s Sunday school class, First/ . „ Baptist church, meeting 7:00 o'-. To ™ Phillips Jr., early today at A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. cloc'k with Mrs. Alvin TufTman. Catholic Youth Organization sponsoring barn dance, Friday nig))!.. H):,00 o'clock, city auditor- 1 him. Mr. 1 ;. Piiul Khnbrongh PnleriaJn- inj C. B, C. club. .SATURDAY'S EVENTS Delta Kappa Gamrna menUng 11 o'i:lo:;k at Hotel Noble. First Choice With Practically All Women! GIFT HOSIERY SHE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR EXTRA THOUGHTFULNESS FOR GETTING PHOENIX .... THE ONLY HOSIERY THAT'S -a '"* Double Vita-Bloom ' Processed For Long Wear PHOENIX SUPER-SHEER CHIFFON HOSIERY FOR EVENING Clear and Sheer in Two Thread weight and in two lengths, regular and long. .00 3 Pairs for $2.85 $4 .15 3 Pairs for S3.25 Phoenix Chiffon Hose For Afternoon Three .Thread in sheer, lovely Chiffons for afternoon, in two proportioned 1 e n g t h s. newest mid-season shades. $ .3 Pairs for $2.8f> Phoenix Budget Chiffon Hosiery Lovely enough to wear with any costume. 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Before her marriage several years ago, Mrs, Phillips v/as Miss Lillian Moore. •i< * > ; Is Guest Of Club Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer was a guest of Mrs. James V. Gates Tuesday afternoon when she was hostess to,' members of the Tuesday Contract .'lub for a party at her home. She .served fruit cake and coffee at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. V. C. Holland was high and Mrs. A. G. Hall, second high .scorer. * * «i Plays Cards With Club Mrs. Chester Caldwell played cards with members of the Tuesday club Tuesday afternoon when they were entfirtained at the home of Mrs. W. C. Higginson. Christmas tallies were used for the yame.s in which Mrs. Riley B. Jones was high and Mrs. James J. Pickren, second high scorer. A des- sort plate was served. Son lioru Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garner are the parents of a son b'orn Thursday at their home, 318 Lake Street. The baby, who weighed seven and one half pounds, has been named Louis, Jr. The Garners have another child. Freddie Louise, eight years old. * * % Council Meets Fifteen members of the Mission' ary Council of the First Assembly of God church met Monday night at the church.. Mrs. S. A. Merrill read the scripture lesson and prayers were •hading of the ritual, salute to the 'lug and reading of the American jreed. The Regent, Mrs. R; c. Rose, presided over the business iession at which'.time the chapter remembered a crippled child as is the annual custom of this group at Christmas time, Program committee presented Mrs. J. W. Parker who discussed "Christmas Day in the Morning" by Frances Parkinson Keye.s. Bite of Ne\v$ Mostly Personal* WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1940 Mrs. Everett B'. Gee and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner spent Tuesday in Memphis. D. G. Moore was brought home in an ambulance from Memphis Baptist hospital where he ha.s been ill for some time. His condition is slightly improved. Mr. Moore iFsuffeijnjc a lung ailment incurred when he inhaled some gas he was siphoning. Mrs. Moore, who has been with him, also returned home. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham is expected to return this afternoon from Trenton, Term., where she ha.s visited her mother, Mr/i. J. I. Crenshaw, since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jes.see Stitt have gone to San Antonio, Tex., to at- To Hold Band Festival At Helena On March 28 Annual" Northeast Arkansas : Festival of. band,s wilL-be conducted'in Helena. March 28' according to a decision*; made ,'af the Northeast Arkansas band clinic in jonesboro Friday..-! >. \ The Festival is an annual*.event having .-been -'held the past two years in Forrest City and Jones- bcro. The local band received a first division rating in the marching bands, at Jonnsboro and a fina division.-; rating in concert bands at Forrest City. Ratings ,'as to first, second and third divisions will probably be made this year a.s ha.s been the previous .custom. Masons Will Meet At Hall Tonight Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 will meet in regular communication at the Hall at 7:30 o'clock for work in the Fellowcraft degree. All members are urged to be present for the annual election of officers, L. E. Baker, Worshipful Master, announced today. Young Methodists Attend Luxora Event cm. The' attendance banner went to the Dell group. .Following a musical program, gifts were presented, from the Christmas tree and cookies and iced drinks served, ' The ^ next meeting will be Jan. 13 at the local First Methodist church.' MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UP)—A white mouse belonging to Marshall. Coucli, 17, not only plays with the Couch family cat, eats from the same dish, sleeps in the same box, but the cat is nursing a litter of mice. Bingo! Bingo! It's Mr. and Mrs. Alexander This is a "believe it or not." Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander were playing bingo the other night at the Catholic bingo party when both bmgoed at the .same time for the only two bingoes among 200 play- st Methodist churches attended the Young People's Union Meeting at Luxora Monday night. More than 100 people were pres offered by Mrg. Dick Brown and Tuesday with a heart ailment and Mrs. Jack Trimble. \ asthma, was removed to Blythe- tend the meeting: of the Central- . ,. .„„ 7 Southwest Regional Greeted asso- LjLfi 86 / UP .i °C J '° Ung pe ° ple ciation being- held there Friday I - he E P worth League of both and Saturday. Mrs. Stitt, president ' - Pu ' St Methodist, and Lake of the Greeters' Auxiliary, will preside over that convention. Mrs. W. L. Bond and son. Douglas Edward, of Greenville. Miss., will leave Thursday after having .spent several days here with Dr. Carl and Dr. Edna Nies. Mrs. Henderson Hall, who has been ill for the past six weeks, has had a relapse and Is again confined to her home at 301 Dougan avenue. Eugene Dickinson is able to be out today.after having been ill of influenza for a few days. Sam Head, who was stricken i 1 / Read Com-ier News want ads. ANTIQUES Specials for Christmas Furniture — Glass LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP H.W. 61, 2 Miles South Phone 481-W. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For Sale New Violin, Good Condition. 104 West Rose. . 11 -,)}j 1(3 Mother, Relieve Misery of Colds Improved Vicks Way If your child is miserable with muscular soreness or tightness, spells of coughing or irritation from a cold—you'll welcome the relief a ''VapoRub Massage" brings. With this more thorough treatment, the poultice-aiid-vapor action of Vicks VapoRnb more effectively PENETRATES irritated air passages with soothing medicinal vapors ... STlMUUTES chest and back like a' warming poultice or plaster...STARTS RELIEVING misery right away! Results delight even old friends of VapoRub. TO GET a "VapoRub Massage" with all its benefits — massage VapoRub for 3 minutes on IMPORTANT RIB-AREA OP BACK as well as throat and chest — spread a thick layer on chest, cover with a warmed cloth. BE SURE to use genuine, time-tested VICKS VAPORUB. , Christmas gifts were presented the members after which refreshments were served. * * * ' Is Hostess to Club A Christmas scheme was used in decorations for the Duo-Quad Bridge' club party for which' Mrs. William Corder was hostess at her home. Besides the club members, guests were Mrs. O. M. Morgan, Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. R. C. Allen. A dessert course was served with hot chocolate after the games. Mrs. T. L. Heaton received high and Mrs. L. C. Brady, second high prize. e ' * - * Club Makes Plans For Christmas Party Plans for a Christmas party to te given Friday night, Dec. 20, were made at the meeting of the P. A. D. club Tuesday night at the. home of Miss Tommy Dean Hatcher. Miss Hatcher had a dinner party for the group. Decorations were in the Christmas motif emphasized especially by the holly tree centerpiece of the., dining table. Each year, this club has a social affair during the holidays. The place for this year's party will be announced later. Miss Mildred Muir is president of the group. Later, the group attended the Ritz Theater together to see "Hulla- jaloo." >? « * Entertains Club A Christmas scene on the mantel and Christmas tallies for the games gave a holiday air to the Double G club party Tuesday night at the home of. Mrs, J. Parris McCalla. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Miss Frances Little was high and Miss Virginia Martin, second higt: scorer. Chapter to Have Initiation Program The local chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will meet Saturday morning at li o'clock at the Hotel Noble for an initiation program to be followed with a luncheon at 12:30 o'clock. Miss Bess Beauchamp, Mrs. Agnes Pryor and Miss Lillian Barton, of Jonesboro. will be hostesses for the luncheon and in charge of the j program to be presented at that time. D. A. R. Meets at Hotel j Mrs.. G. G. Caudill and Miss Cordelia Wilhite were hostesses to members of the Charlevoix chap- j ter. Daughters of the American Revolution, at a luncheon meeting at the Hotel Noble Tuesday. Only one guest, MLss Josephine Wilhite. was present. Santa Glaus and his reindeer formed a centerpiece with red and green Christmas trees extending to either end of the table. Place- cards were decorated with baskets of polnActl!a.s. The meeting was opened Yarbro Home Demonstration Club Sponsoring BINGO at Catholic Hall Thursday Night 8 o'clock Lots of Prizes • Adm. 35c ille hospital in an ambulance. Congressman . E. C. "Took" Gath- ngs attended to business here to- Roger Eoff will, leave Saturday afternoon \for Little Rock where .he will be connected with the Com- nercial' Credit Company. He will ake a few months' training in Lit,le Rock before- receiving territorial assignment-. Sylvia Reidman Leads Honor Roll At High School Sylvia Reidman" 1 with,'l4li nbints ted the Senior High School Honor Roll for the second term, first "semester of 1940-41 which has jus' been completed; The other students are: '.•'." Lloyd Blomeyer, '12^; Mary Lynn Jackson, 12',{•;. Marjprie "Perry.' 12%; Birdie Flair. n&: George Hubbard, llVb; .Elven Ral: ston, UK.-; Bin Murdaugh, 11; Philip Reed, 11; ~ Vera - Goodrich. 'i; Emma Lou Phillips, 10V!>: Bette Adams. 10; Gregory Atkins. 10; Bill Chamblin. 10; Nancy Hughes, 10; Billy Jonte. 10; La- .Jelle Smart. 10. • Billie Browne, gu t - Sallie Mach- : s, 9Vi;. Mary Tucker Moore, 9^; Kathryn Wahl. 9'i; Billy Cross'. 1; Augustus Crowe. 9; Mary Helen Moore, 9; Bill Morse, 9;* Connie Denton, 8 l /i-: Betty Dodson. 8V-; Willard Evans, 8'i Calvin Hollingsworth, gli: Elizabeth Ann ' Simpson, 8Vi; Kathleen Baker, 8; Harry Haines, 8; Doris Muir. 8; Jack ihamblin. 7 1 A; Ruth Fulgham, 7V-1-. Elva Michael. 7 1 -}; .L. E. -Staf- °ord, Tvi; Winonn. Stires, 7V£; Doris Pipkin, 6',-i; Irene Rice, 6'i; '•Cay Thomas. Sli;, Ann Crook. Hunter Hall, 6; Nancy McGlll, 6. Those students who have honorable mention for the second six- weeks are: Billie Jean Abbott. Peggy Burks, Barbara Child. Dorothy Corlew. Lura Davis, Roland Davis, Lois Saton. Donald Estes. Stella Evans. 3eraldine Hammons, Maxine Haf•Is, Ruth Head. Carllynn" Hood, 'ettye Claire Huffman. Antranelle '^ambert. Brycc Layson. Edward vlcCormick, Charles Moore. Maxine Moore, Mary Jce Newcomb. Everett Peterson. Betty Phillips. Rayford Phillips. Herman Posey, Mary Reichel, Maxine Reed. Mary Katherine Rose. Lucille Russell, Hunter Sims. Ernestine Smith, Charles Smith, Wallace Smith, Allin Stacy. Louise Stanfill, Hal Thompson. June White. Marie Wilson. Harold Wood. That She Will Appreciate . $2.00 up Pajamas Slips :v • e. ' Stepins $2.00 up $1.69 up 79c up Tailored By - # Other Suggestions Joiner Youth Joins U. S. Marine Corps Louis Franklin Ralph, 18, of Joiner, has been accepted by the United States Marine Corps, after enlisting at the Memphis Recruiting Station. At The Hospitab Blythevillc Hospital Mrs. L. M. Burnette. city, admitted. Sam L. Head. city, admitted. Walls Hospital Jo Sandra Rhoades, Steele, admitted. Jerry Cagle, city, admitted. C. R. Hill, Luxora, admitted. Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips Jr., a son. this morning. Memphis Baptist ospital Mrs. J. C. 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