The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1940 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 12, 1940
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' Social Calendar *• 'FRIDAY'S EVENTS " Fidelis Sunday school class, First > Baptist church, meeting x 7:00 o'* clock with Mrs. Alvin Tuffman. Catholic Youth Organization ' sponsoring barn dance, Friday ; night, 10:00 o'clock, city auditor• him-. • . " " Mrs. Paul Kimbrbugh •enlertam- 1 ing C. B. C. club. ; Future Farmers of America chap" ter having dance and supper party, . eight o'clock at Woman's club. = ."••: SATURDAY'S EVENTS - Delta Kappa Gamma meeting 11 1 o'clock at,Hotel Noble. • • F. F. A. Group To " Have Dance Friday A barn dance • day night by, members of the local • Future Farmers of America chap• : 1 ter at the Woman's club at eight • o'clock. ; 'A barbecue plate and an iced ! drink' will be served the > prior to the dancing. Attending the party will be the A P. F. A. boys and their dates and a' few invited guests. Invitations • were issued' in corncobs with the • name written ,on • a' piece of at', tached. wood. L » 4 « , Elect Officers Mrs. Norman Kyle was elected the luncheon meeting of Ciiapter.'D.of'theT. E. O. sisterhood Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. ,A- Lynch. Mrs. M. O. Usrey was co-hostess. Before c.acli carol was sung, Miss Margaret Shaver, as reader for the program, told its history. The nativity scene arranged on a mirror \vnich was outlined with cotton was. the centerpiece of the luncheon table. Placecards were attached to canes of peppermint candy which had apples' for bases. Gifts from a lighted Christmas tree were ' presented the members and each Past President of the chapter was given a gavel to be used as a guard for her pin. Mrs. T. M. Hunter of Long Beach, Calif., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. be given Pri- Everett B. Gee, Mrs. Farr and Miss .Shaver were guests. Eighteen members were present. C * 1 Has Christmas Tarty for Club group A Christmas party was given for members of the Delta Contract club Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Fred v" Rutherford, who had seven other guests. They were: Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, Mrs. J. LouiS Cherry, Mrs. Louis Applebaum, Mrs. T. K. Mahan, Mrs, Sheldon Hall, Mrs. Howard Willey and Mrs. Jack Brooks. Handmade . tallies^ ornamented W.! with holly and lighted tapers FIINNY BUSINESS Osceola Society -rr Announces \VcdcJing Personnel Miss Edna Lee- 1 Ayres, whose engagement to Harry C. Matlock was recently announced by her parents, has set the date alid announced plans for her wedding to be solemnized Friday, Dec. 27. The Rev. Paul V. Galloway, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Forrest City but former Osceola pastor, will.'perform the single ring ceremony at ' the Presbyterian [Church in this,city. Miss Ayres will be given in marriage by her brother, E. M. Ayres J:., of Jacksonville, Fla., who will return to Csceola for the Christr mas holidays and to take part in the wedding. For her maid of honor she will have her only sister, Miss LiUJUm B. Ayres! maids will" b'e Mrs. L. W. Walters Jr., Mrs, J. M. Speck, Mrs. James Williams of Blytheviile, and Miss Teiry Mitchell' of Memphis and Joiner. Ark. " \ . N. C.'Matlqck of Memphis, bro- jihcr of the groom, will serve as his ' best man'. Ushers will be L. W Walters, Jr.. Elzie Musgraves. Car-:' uthersyille, Mp7 T. A. Haggard oi theville will also entertain for Miss Ayres during the holidays! Miss Ayres, a member of a pioneer 'family of Osceola wa$ graduated from Osceola High School, class of 1936, and the Bandy Secretarial School. She is connected j with the Pigg "Abstract Company of Csceola. Mr. Matlock, attended the Wilson High School and the University of Arkansas where he was a member of Lamda Chi Alpha, tie is assistant manager of Osceola Lumber Company. * * * Present Christinas Play The first of a series of Christinas programs and plays to be given by various organizations was the one given by sixth grade pupils of.--Mrs. Thomas Laney befo-e 82 members of "the P. T. A. at the Elementary School Wednesday afternoon. The Christmas Story was dramatized with the aid of appropriate music, an electrically lighted stage with the large star "in the sky, and cathedral 'tapers in floor .candelabra -lighting the darkened room. Mrs. Laney acted as accompanist. The - play ^entitled ^'O Come Ye To Bethlehem" had Pqsey Driver as Mary, Bobbie Jean Jones as Joseph^ and Estelle Packard for announcer, Paul Kennedy, 'OUvay Parks Jpe .Wellborn, Elton"Young and Harold Williams took well the. pariTof the shepherds while James Griffin, Walter.. Herron. and David Chiles were merchants. To Give Operatta At Lange School On Friday Night Christmas will come to Lange school Friday night in the form ci7a7lW"l3™wn7' city;' admitted. At The Hospital* Blytheviile Hospital Mrs. Paul Greenwell, city, ad- ,, mitted. •„• $ Walts Hospital Edith Clark, Qsceoia, admitted. Glenn Humphrey, city, admitted. cf a Christmas operetta to be presented by the students of the school at 7:30 o'clock at the auditorium. "•Susanna's Christmas Auction", name of the operetta, is laid in an American room the afternoon and night before Christmas. Musical numbers to be included in the operetta will be: "Santa Glaus March" and "Up On the i House Top,-" rhythm band; "Christ- ' mas Fairy Dance," Susie Crafton, ' Doris Brown and June Autry; f "Oh, We're the Toy Police," third and fourth grades; "Yip, I'm a Fearless Cur," Vanyee Whitley; "Here I Come." Jimmy .Brogdon; "My Dearest Doll." Martha Lou Jerry Cagle, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. R. H. Robinson, Keiser, admitted. Louise Smith, Keiser, admitted. Read Courier News want ads- KIN 1% I n CHEMIC Frosty Shiver," "Christmas Car- Steele, Mo., and William Clay, stancly Jones was to Have 'played 'DonH look now, but I think a man in a blue suit s cap on a motorcycle is trying to pass us I" V * Worth v Matron and George W. * Patterson Worthy Patron* of the | matched the Christmas color -local Order of the Eastern Star ] scheme of the salad plate. The I were both in the .holiday motif. Tuesday night at the Hall. Twenty mantel was banked in evergreen ; six members and three visitors were president. < -/Other officers chosen were: Mrs. •" Robert cdpeland, Associate Matron; ." pus Eberdt, Associate Patron;-Mrs. - Chafles Alford, • Secretary;- Mrs, ' W. A. Stickmon, Treasurer; Mrs. r M." T. Burr, Conductress; Mrs. ' Russell Greemvay, Associate Conductress; Mrs. George W/'Patter- t son. Chaplain; Mrs. Raleigh 3yl- _'_ ''•, i -m *• , TY *"> A * Imvt interspersed with lights and tinsel. High score prize among the club members went to Mrs. Charles L. Wylie, while Mrs. Mahan received the prize among the guests. . » ' * * * ADC Club Meets Members of the ADC Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Tommy Tipton Wed' vester Marshal; Mrs. H. B. Aiken, ricsday afternoon. • Adah; Mrs. Marvin Orittenden, § Refreshments were served afc the " -Ruth'* Mrs. 'Margaret Potter, Es- conclusion of the games. Mis '< ther; 1 Mrs. J. D. Smith, Martha; m ~ "" • Mrs.' J^'J. Cookston, Electa; Mrs. Will Present "\ Welfare Program A program* onV -'Public Welfare" will c be presented at the meeting of the Woman's clijb' Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the club house. Mrs'. James" V. Hill is to be leader. An. executive board luncheon at one o'clock to be followed by a business' meeting will precede the general program session. Miss Anabel 'Bryant of the coun- James Terry was high and Mis. Scanlon, second high scorer. Overholser Is Speaker The Rev. James A. Overholber, pastor of the First Presby'teiiaii church, addressed' members of the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher as- B B. Wilson, Warder; Mrs. Raleigh *. Sylvester, Sentinel; Mrs J. Cecil " Lowe, Organist. Mrs. Stickmon, Mrs. Wilson and • Mrs 'L'M.'Burnett'e were hostesses " for "the meeting It was decided sociation Wednesday afternoon ; thai the next session would . be a when they met -at"the school. " joint meeting with 'the Masonic ' Lodge on .Friday - night, .Dec. 27, ' for the public installation of- offi- program. cers. Is quest Of Club When Mrs. James B. Clark en-, tertained members of the Town and Country club for . a.-iparty at her home , Wednesday "^afternoon, >He discussed the spiritual side of family life. - The president's message was "read, by Mrs. Russell Phillips. Miss Mary /Emma ^Hood's junior ; high glee club sang Christmas carols. • Association is making plans to secure piano.for the gymnasium to -be>~used for singing games and i play faclivities ofJ students.. A]i ^ appeal was ma de by Fiee- she alsp.had. as her guest, Mrs. j man Robinsoni instructor- of agriculture, for toys which might be • John P. Leriti. ''"' >The mantel; was decorated in the " holiday" motif which was also, em- ' phasized .by the'Christmas wreaths ; and .the tallies. 1 Refreshments were served dur- * ing the games in which Mrs. Clark - was high' and Mrs.' G. G. Caudill, : second high scorer. • Pledges Fraternity Bill Godwin, a former Blythe- ville high school football star, was pledged" to .Sigma Chi fraternity • Saturday. i ' He .is a student at the University of Georgia at Athens. • * * * " Present Program of Christmas Carols - " Christmas carols were sung,by Mrs. : Paul L.. Tipton and Mrs. Bit$ of News Mostly Personals at Con way from where he will go to Little Rock for a meeting of the budget committee of th^ state legislature of which he is a member-. He .will • return to Blythevilie Dec. 22 to join Mrs. Crawford and family here for Christmas before being assigned to duty when the National Guard is inducted intp the Army. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. ,fj,. Aiken, Miss Rhema Hargett and Roy Aiken were in Memphis Wednesday night for the Sikes-Cpmiskey fight. Mrs. J. L. Nabers and her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Spellings of Paris, Tex., spent Wednesday in'.Memphis! Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn'and i Ayres, brother- of the bride-elect. The nuptial iriusic" will be played by Roy L.' Ware, Ospepla prganist and 'Annella Humphries of Blytheviile, .cousin"of the 'bnde- elect, and Rosmary Kelly of Os: cepla ?re flowei^irls and Johnnie Earl Soesk. ringbearer. ' A receptjpn "for ^merhbers'-'of the bridal party, relatives' and • close friends will be hej'd at .. the Ayres home after tlie ceremony; Inaugurating'the ' series cf attractive pre-n'uptial affairs to be' given- for" Miss Ayres between now and the Christmas 'holidays is the bridge party in the home of Mrs. Ben Hamner on Dec. 12 by Mrs. Hamner and her mother, Mrs. Fin"-, ley Cartwright. Mrs. L. W. Walters Jr.,.and Mrs. G. L. Waddell Jr., will entertain with a bridge luncheon at Hotel Noble in Biytheyille on Dec. 18. daughter, Miss Virginia Nunn. and Mrs. C. C. Langston spent Wednesday in Memphis where Mrs. Nunn consulted a specialist. Mrs. Nunn, who- has .been confined to The Wilson Club House will be the scene of a large dinner dance Saturday night, 'Dec. 14. Mis: Ayres will also be complimented by Mrs. C. H. Weathersby of this city, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. her home for four weeks, :5s now ; j 0 h n Donaldson of''Paragould on much', improved. renovated' by students of his partment ancUth'e home economics department and 'given to' underprivileged children for Christmas. * * •• < Plays Cards With Club Mrs. W. T. Malm played cards with members of the Thursday Bridge club Wednesday afternoon when they" were entertained at the home of Mrs. Charles Alford. Miss Emma Kate ^Richards was a tea giiest. Mrs. Ralph Berryman was high Mrs. Paul Greenwell has entered Blytheville Hospital for treatment. Mrs Tom F Mai tin and daugh- Miss Virginia Martin, and Mrs J. Farrib Mcdilla spent Wed-: nesday in Memphis '• v Mrs E D' Ferguson will leave Sunday for Richmond, Va., to spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Smart and family. Mr. Ferguson will leave, the' following Sunday to join them for the Christmas holidays. The Rev."-,Martin Schaefer, of St. Louis, director of Missions in the Lutheran Church. • attended '•, to 1 business here Wednesday. Mrs. John..Samuels of ;Hickman, Ky., ; : returned home Wednesday after spending a few days "here with her aunt, Mrs. G. H. Grear, and family. ^ Toby Ann Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -Toby Long, si ill at her home. ,113 West Kentucky avenue. Mr. and Mrs. oe Craig attended the Sikes-C'omiskey fight in Mem-- phis Wednesday night. C. T. Kramer, formerly of here and now of Little Rock, is expected here' this, afternoon to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. George M. '. Lee. The Lees were the guests of '•; the Kramers 4n Little Rock for the past week, end. En route home, Mr. Lee stopped in Memphis to attend a General Motors meeting. Mike Simon was in Memphis Wednesday night for the Sikes- Comiskey fight, . - E.Vcwn; "Fristy Santa's Helpers; ols." carolers. "Jingle Bells Dance," third and fourth grades; "Teddy Bears Dance," second grade; "You've Been True to Josephine," chorus; -Doll Dance," Betty Oglesby; "We Can Hardly Bear to Wait." chorus; "Christmas Carols, 7 ' carolers. a merchant but suffered a bacliy broken arm today. Especially attractive were the ten angels: Evelyn Jean Pig& Clio Bu'rchV. Mary D. Watson, Jean Tcmpkins, Joan Laney, Billie Sue Thomas, Annie Merle Massey, Mary Ann Phillips., TommTe Lou Stewart and Dorothy Camp. Bobbie Bradshaw, Tpmmie Bannister and Leslie Brinkle dressed in oriental costumes sang effectively "We Three Kings of Orient Are" as they brought trieir gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. The remaining members of the class, wearing white choir robes, formed the choruses. 1 Mrs.'GK Hear.tsill Banks, president, stated that the Parent Teacher Association now has a paid up membership of 306 members. The secretary was instructed buy a $5 tuberculosis bond from the Christmas Seal chairman. Mrs. E. S. Chiles read the president's message. The ninth and grade tied for attendance awards in the high school, and the second grade room of Mrs. John R. Miller jvpn for the elementary school. Specials for Christmas Furniture -^ Glass LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP H.W.'Gl, 2 Miles South Phone 481-W. OF EXTEINAL CAL CAUSE learing-up help and healing aid elped by antisepsis of Black and Vhite Ointment soothes out burn, tch. First try does it or your money ack. i*' Vital in cleansing is good cap, get Black and White 'Skin Soap, Unaer-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration }. Does not rot dresses, does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting cd dry.Canbeused right after shaving.' 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apure.white.gteaseless.scain- less vanishing creami 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars o£ Arrid havebeensold.TryajartodayV ARRID Dec. 19. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Haggard of Steele'. Mo., will be hosts [ at a dinner party in their home on Dec. 20. with the rehearsal dinner planned Dec. 26 in the home of J. M. Speck, assisted 1 by he'r sister, Mrs. 'Jack .Wilson of West Memphis. Mrs. H. L. Humphries and Mrs % James .Williams ... of .•-;Bly-,- Read Courier News want ads. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Russell Farr for the program -pre- atipns. Tallies and blooming plants urday to a National Guard meeting and Mrs. Raymond Schmuck sec- j ' Cpl. Ivy. Crawford will go Sat•• on.d high- scorer in the games. A ---•'-- ™-L:-—, -:.-..-, ,.=._-. sandwich plate with a fruit drink was served. St. Nicholas influenced the decor- i For Sale or Kent 300 Acre Stock farm. 10 miles west 'of Paragould. Will rent for $1500 a year or will sell at $15 an acre, or wUl take care of 150 head of stock from October to March, inclusive, at- $2 head per month. Other 6 months at $1 head per month. See Frank Lane, Phone 331. Paragould. Ark. ' 12 pk 1-12 SHE'LL BE Thrilled to the Toes! IF YOU G/V£ HER /, s c If you v;zr>{ to please lier right doicn to the ground give her FOOT-COMFORT wrapped up gaily with lots of STYLE. In short, for a merry, merry, Christmas and a very happy Year—give her EN'iNA JETT1CKS! „ SOME 'N SIZE5;l.TO. 12 AAAATO.EEE Family Shoe Store JrlERE'S V-xJ ..HRJSTMAS V-HEEIU LARKWOOD VAMP-TOE* SHEERS D n T T "RT \J U D JLi Until January First On - YOU I-IAVJE A WIFE A SWEETHEART OR A MOTHER Make it a personal gift! Every woman adores a lavish gift of lovely stockings. Make it six or a dozen pairs never less than three. We know the best colors and styles. APPLEBAUM'S MAU1K AlM'UiBAUM, 1'rop. tURKEYS Buy the Best In Hquis and Turkeys at a DOUBLE SAVING! PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER NOW! Christmas Trees *" Bl « r c» »ellin<: toilet good* (al»o in 10/ «ml 590! j«"r* STRATFORD: Accordion stitching,- V-neckiine- Rayon Crep* Lagere. Sizes 34 to 44. Petal, Wuftbill. WINE-.1EM.IES A ( Variety of Flavors Sherry Port Muscatel Fum SauUrnc BttANDIEl) KHU1TS Peaches SUilYcd Oranges Pitted Hjack Cherries Red Cherries Martini Olives — Kosher Olives Elmer's Candies Glazed Fruits Manhalten Coffee Now and then, something too ipvely for words — far too lovely for the word "pretty"—arrives. And we want to tell folks about it and we don't know just how to say it. That's the way it is with these Barbizon gowns and bedjacket. Come in and see them and see if you don't want to make some woman ecstatic by getting her them for Christmas. ENCHANTRESS: Puffed sleeves and square neck'with ribbon- run edging. Rayon Cr*pe Lagire. Sizes 32 to 38! Junior Sizes U to 15. Petal, Bluebell. S2.98 Grocery & Market We Deliver 1044 Chickasa\vh;i phone 1033 DEBBIE: BedjackeJ thai complements both Stratford and Enchantreis. Round yoke, embroidery edging. Rayon Crepe Logere. Siie'i 32 to 38. P«1ql, BluebelK "..V 1.9«S The

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