The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 13, 1940
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PAGE TVf0 BLYTHEVILLE (ARE.) COURIER NEWS ll Social Calendar 'SATURDAY'S -EVENTS Delta Kappa Gamma meeting 11 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Honor Bridt-Elect Mrs. W. A. Stickmon and Mrs, Sallie Hubler entertained 20 guests at r< miscellaneous sho\vtr Thursday night at the Hubler home ini honor- of Miss Marilyn Burnett*. Miss Burnette will be married this month;, to Clint Oaldwell, Jr., of Jqnesbbrb. Games in keeping with tlie wedding theme of the party were played after the hostess had opened her gifts. . . A lighted Christmas tree and other, holiday decorations were used in the home. Miniature trees were given; as favors. Refreshments of cookies and hot tea were served, by the hostesses. ..."' '*."•* * Sir. and Mrs. Newcomb Complimented At Party Mr; and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb', who were married, in November, were complimented at a dinner party • and miscellaneous shower given by Mr. and Mrs. Marion Williams at their home Thursday night,- ; Mrs. Newcomb is the former Miss : • Dorothy . Goodrich, daughter of Mrs. E";A. Goodrich. Another in ^the group of parties being planned ^for them include a dinner party to be given tonight by Mr. 'and Mrs.. Kendall Berry and Mr. and Mrs.-E/R. Mason at'the Berry home. • 1 .'••"* Gifest list for the party included to Steele Thursday night for ;i Christmas pajty at .the home of Mrs. 6. A. D.univan. A lighted Christmas tree was the principal holiday decoration for the home while other color was added by arrangements of poinsettias.. Favors were. poinsettia plants. After games had : been played and Christmas gifts opened, the hostess served a sandwich plate with apple pie and whipped cream. * * *•-••'•• Is Guest Of Club ' Miss Nancy Kirshner was' . a guest of Miss Jane McAdams Thursday night when she entertained members' of the Cee-Que Bridge club ' for a party at her home; Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Miss Patty June Davis was high and Miss Virginia Little, second high, scorer. ' f * * » Club Has Guests Mrs. L. w s. Benish had as her guests Tuesday night for the Friday Contrnct club party, Mrs.- George D. Pollock f/.d Mrs. L. G. Nash. Refreshments were served after the games' in which Mrs. J. J. Ewing received high score prize. Double Four Meets .Members, of Double Pour club ;were entertained' Thursday afternoon at.the home of Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. * A salad plate with coffee was served at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Theodore Logan" had Belva Hargett, Mrs> R. L. Reeder, Miss Elizabeth . Harrison, Miss Mary Jo Buchanan, Mrs. Carl Davis. Mrs. Bert Lamb, Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Mrs;, J. P. Tompklns, and Miss Betty Prances Woodson, Bits of News Mostly Personals spent Mrs. Hunter C. Sims "hursday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas f Washington. D. C., are visiting virs. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Parks. They plan to re- nain here during the Christmas holidays. , Mrs. C. W. AfTlick is ill of influenza at her home, 203 North ?enth street. . Mrs. Elma- Archillion will go to Memphis Saturday to visit her daughters. She plans to be there or two months. Mr. and-Mrs.'M. E. Cook and laughters, Miss Virginia and Miss 4 , , ,x. » 7, ,_ fca.ii.ito. iviii. •JLiiULMUJ i: JjUKan JlclQ teachers and officers of the Young hih 5COre fl M h peoples department of the First second hi h score Baptist church and Mr. and Mrs. Alviri Human, "jr., of Portagevllle. Santa Glaus and his reindeer formed the. center decoration of the dining table while placecards were miniature sno\v. men. Other decor-: atipns were also in the holiday mo-. tif. , Following -dinner, the 20 guests played hearts! The guests of honpi- had .to go on a treasure, hunt for their gifts as poems were read to indicate--the places, of their concealment'. •* * * . Has;Club Party At Hotel Noble Mrs. O. W. McCutchen had a party for members of the Thursday ^Contract club and one guest, Mrs.i J. T. Phillips, of Baton Rouge, hcuseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, Thursday afternoon at the Hotel Noble,, . . , - A ^Christmas scene was arranged in the center of the luncheon table * while '^tallies, • for the games were also, iiv the"'; holiday scheme. ,. High score prize 'in- the games' | went to Mrs. John F. Lenti. * « * Is Hostess'To Club Mrs. C.. A. Cunningham " was hostess to members of the Mid-r Week Bridge club Thursday afternoon for a party at her home. Centerpiece of the luncheon table was a narcissus arrangement. Mrs.' B. A. Lynch was high scorer in the : games which followed lunch. * * • Piajts .\VU_h Club When_Mrs. C. W. Afllick enter- Mrs. Ganske Fractures Left Arm In Fall Mrs. O. C. Ganske, 60, is resting very well "it Blytheville Hospital following; an accident late Wednesday night in which .she fractured her .left arm at the wrist. ' '••• '*•'•'• • She slipped and fell when -; going into the Iptchen to cause the , fracture of £he large bone, in the forearm." • .. ' " '- : '; " /. ,V Removed to a clinic, where the bone was placed in a cast, she re _ tur ned home • ; but Thursday a f ter- noon WHS removed io .the hospital she 'will- "remain for several "' in' Mississippi County and Southeast Missouri with his home in Blytheville. He won first in the 1939 awards. Mr. Saliba, representing Reliance Life Insurance Co,, successfully sold himself and his company in his home town of Blytheville to win over MidSouth competition. Nearly SCO sales managers and salesmen are expected to attend the dinner. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 Townsend Club Is To Meet Tonight Townsend club, No. One, will meet tonight- at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle at 609 South Lake Street. All members are urged to attend this meeting, officers in charge stated. days. Three Local Salesmen Honored By Awards Three Blytheville men are included in the list of 26 outstanding salesmen of Memphis concerns who will be guests of honor at the Distinguished Sales Award dinner tonight at Hotel Peabody. _ . .„ - K.. W. Goodman, L. E.' Old Jr., Bonnie Sue. and Miss Angie Bry- and Fred S. Saliba arc the three eans, spent Wednesday in Mem-I Blytheville "star" salesmen selected "1l">1C MM rVl A^T»» /^r\f\\f *r- (Pci t )•* A« • **!«_ 1 V^ir M-»n*i» m-n-M. t-s.n v* « n » i — ; 'I __!:_;"- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital G. C. Canada. Manila, admitted. Mrs. Sid Nichols, Manila, admitted. Charles Graham, city, dismissed. Glenn Humphrey, city, dismissed. Blytheville Hospital Mrs. O. C. Ganske, city, admitted. J. H. Doaiie, city, dismissed. IMcmphiK Methodist Hospital Mrs. J. L. Williams, Osceola, admitted. U. D. C. Has I Christmas Party Mrs. M. FitzsimmonsMiml'• Mrs.' Joe Isaacs were hostesses to members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters, of the Confederacy for u Christmas party at the Pitzsimmons home Thursday afternoon. The program presented at. the meeting was based on the historj of Montgomery, Ala., the first Confederate capitol. Mrs, W. T. Qberst was in charge. Announcement was . made that the United Daughters of the Confederacy had purchased and was maintaining an. ambulance now 'in service in England. A report on the general convention in Atlanta. Ga.,"in November- 1 was made by Mrs. James B. Clark. Mrs. Charles A]ford, new president of the group; was installed by Mrs W f T^Oberst. ^ '\,^.,^,^ ^. Ci . " ^Thirteen^members"and;bne guest^ 'Mrs. W. C, r Gates, were", present" for" the party at which "Christmas gifts were exchanged. The hostesses served coffee and .cake''from a 'refreshment-' table decorated- with red tapers in green candleholders. S * .* 0 Sunday School Group Entertained At Party Teachers and officers of the Beginners' department of the First Baptist, church gave a Christ-mas party Thursday afternoon at the for their group. 3his with Mr, Cook's father, who! underwent a major, operation Mori- ' day .at Memphis Baptist hospital, and Miss Zula Bryeans, who is also in the Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Haynes are expected to return today from Fort Smith where they have spent the past : week with their-, son, Harold Haynes, and family. Mrs. Charles A. Hindman, Mrs. ;. D.. Wood and Mrs. T. J. Burke spent Thursday in Memphis. Jesse Head, of Oklahoma City, came Thursday to be with his father, Sam Head, who is ill at Blytheville hospital! Another son, Wilson Head, and Mrs.' Head have been here since Wednesday. Although Mr. Head rested well last night, his condition remains criti- by their companies to receive '''awards of merit" from among 500 salesmen who participated'-in the competition. ' : "''• Mr. Goodman, for 19 years with Stratton-Warren Hardware Co'.' travels in Missouri and "Arkansas with headquarters in BlytheviUe" Mr. Old, with the Prudential Life Insurance Co. of America, sells cal. Dr. A. M. Washburn, of Little Rock, is attending to business here Among the Blytheville people in Memphis. Thursday for the funeral of Dr. M. L. Skaller's mother. Mrs. Roy Skaller were: Rabbi and Mrs. Herman Pollack; Mrs. S. Jiedel, Mrs. Jack Parker, Miss Nancy Kirshner, Miss Odette Hanson, . E. M. Holt, Dr. L. L. Hubener. '»j-icn \j. w. AUIICK. eiu-er-j ~* •„_• , • ° ^ tamed members of the Thursday' . The Ja guest ^ Present were the Luncheon club at her home Thurs-.!^ :> ents ° r the Department and 'their parents. Christmas wreaths day; Mrs. Walker H, Baker played cards with the group. ',. Green tapers flanking a bowl onffi ns narcissuses formed the centerpiece' (in the windows and other decora- the. holiday mo- The Swiss are the world's greatest milk drinkers, consuming an average • of 232^ quarts per . person, ' AT REDUCE SPECIAL HOLIDAY SAVINGS Complete Visits^ for 10 $14,0.0 * Call 106 ; * For Appointment RUTH LAWHON Margaret's Beauty Shop Ingram Bldg 'OPEN EVENINGS Hurt When Motorcycle Hits Body Of Animal Glenn Humphrey was injured and his motorcycle almos/, demolished in. a Highway Gl' accident Wednesday night. His motorcycle struck a dead hog in the road near Blytheville to cause the machine to throw the driver, His . eye lid and forehead was so severely cut that it required 15 stitches to close the gash and his entire body -was badly bruised and cut in several places, which did not prove serious. Removed to: Walls Hospital, he is now. at his home. Houston Taxes Soar HOUSTON, Tex. (UP)_The cost of living in Houston is going up for properly owners, showing a 22 per cent tax hike, in a year. Houstoni- ans paid $757/252 more in current city, school and library taxes during the first 11 months "of 1940 than in the same period of 1939. Fields of lava, volcanic craters, ''.sputter cones," strange caves and natural bridges have been found ,n southeastern Idaho. Read Courier News want ads. Scarlet Fever Cases ,Are At Normal Level The number of scarlet fever, eases in Mississippi County is only about average and there is no cause for alann, according to Dr. E. M. Nixon, director of Mississippi County Health Unit. A Only .three, cases have been reported to the unit's office during December, despite rumors" that there, were a number 'of cases in the county. • ; Weighing less than one pound. the tick bird serves as a bodyguard to the .rhinoceros, which . weighs several tons. HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General Renai?lnf, Welding Acrow from lied Top Gin NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Owen Zuck and His ORCHESTRA Sponsored by the Blytheville Bachelor Club City Hall l TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY For Rent NEW COTTAGE WITH BATH, $12.50 per month, good location. ' 13-pk-n COLDS: FIGHT MISERY right where*< you feel it-with swift-acting VICKS VAPORUB ANTIQUES Specials for Christmas Furniture — Glass LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP H.W. 61, 2. Miles South Phone 481-W. x T**.. i A* ywt 'a. > ; vvj™ , j ••• • - v ^ -j-^; v. v. v v /x-i *• . ye »*• A. A v + •-> f »' ^ v -y < f f ^ •*.***. * f am; ^ *i&A .v jJSm-^A MEN'S mm\m ROBES T What to Give Him? | If You're Stumped We Suggest, t She Wants Flawless Beauty | In Her ' Christmas Stocking! | GAYMODE DUETTES f V Made ; of the' finest silk; twisted for smart dullness and t^ practical snag-resistance I $ She'll be delighted' with this* ^ - charming puette package,— it's T •.,more, practical to have ^ / .*£.«-. v.-s^. 1 i n :/th g : game^colori .'' « -— ' • '••'•• ^•-_'_• •.-'• : r . •:*_.•-• \ - *•* w;~ JJjV'^'•'• • v- ' • - » s " • - . _.' M |,^^ ; f$|ie.Y^Surr!'To:i : Appreci^ . | " EMBROIDEREP I PILLOW CA5ES^5 ! •Mrs. A.. G. Little was high and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, second, high scorer in the games which followed. . ' After games had been played, gifts I from the Christmas tree were pre- i sented. Refreshments of oranges and candy were served. Teachers and officers of the group are: Mrs. Leslie Moore. Miss Naiarene Group Goes To Steele i .Members of the. Young Woman's J Foreign -Missionary . Society of the j >'--w..v VHHHVHB > First Church of the Nazarene went f WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY HOLIDAY SPECIAL! Shell Love SPECIAL FEATURE! | One group of. handsome rayon* and woolen robes reduced for^ , luick selling! All FIRST QUAL-^ iTY garments! You won't be^ d isappointed in these — hurry! * First here makes ., A AA ^ the SAVINGS! €r«UU ^ Gabardine Robes...''. /.9{ Men's Towncraft* SPORT SHIRTS Deluxe Rayon Rcbes ..... 5-98 T . \ Dressy; Roomy! MEN'S LOUNGING .•< • U»:usual—A BIG Surpris^: : ..., • Smart—A Gift He'll Be Pi'oud For Rich-Looking Gifts! 2.98 *? •¥ • 'Rugged—A Gift "of Utility fof* 3Ionths to. Come! - For Long: Trips! For Week Ends; MEN'S CLUB KITS With Travel Equipment! TERMS IF DESIRED Pat 0' Corner -Main a»d Second Streets' She's counting on pretty new don't disappoint her!. Give STRIPED RAYON SATIN D'ORSAYS! SOFT CHENILLES: CORDED RAYON SATINS! We've every style irrxr.gmnblc ... in all colorsl Clearance ON LADIES FALL & WINTER SHOES Our S4.95 Shoes All Our ¥3.95 Shoes $3.95 200 PAIRS ODDS AND ENDS Ail Sixes but Not. in All Widths $1.99 ZELLNER'S the Street the First National or floral designs. Fine quality, firmly woven muslin that w-eavs nnd washes 'beautifully—Sizp 42"x36". Attractively boxed. Colored Korders! Hemstitched! NATION-WIDE SHEET SETS Just think—cotton and rayon ^ jacquard robes at this low price !^ They look rar mere expensive!* With shawl collar, turned cuffs. ^ rccniy pockets and fringed sash. ^ In deep winter-tones!. * ^ _ — * These Will Hit The Spot! | INITIALED HANDKERCHIEFS 49c Box of 12 The touch of quiet elegance tha' every man likes? Fine pure linen that folds crisply for his breast pocket! With Appenzeli type- or two- tone embroidered initials. Hemstitched hems. Attractively boxed. f Trui .v a gift find for the man x who is hard to please! "//^^'//stv^/^z^^^ ttne father case—with'slide California Redwood a ud White Pine MAKE-UP" CASES 2.98 In alligator grain or woven striped cov- _ er i 11 g, with ^= c - -lustrous" rayon lining: It will be the most- used piece of all her luggage! Removable fHtod tray! Smart, yastel borcior- and "dainty hemsutchins O n our famous Nation-Wide shrrts ;u 1c i ca.^e-s! Each set con lain.-;, one 8r'x99" sheet ond f\vo :asf-? 4?" v ^RI '* '*• al^rQO^> • r* ' '" " Auracmciy CPllor>hanp. wrapped. Beautiful designs in rich woods; ChocEc from nut bowls with hammers, covered cookie jais ,and candy dishes. Each in holiday gift, box. A Gift fcr Convenience MAGAZINE RACK With Two Compartments! 98c It. looks as though it woul'i cost far more! It'.s roc my—12" wide! Tn attractive walnut and maple finishes. ; fastener—contains-"shaving' «v' cessories. tooth brush and paste. nail file and comb. A gift bargain at only 98c! For His Dresser Top! MATCHING COMB and BRUSH 49 He'll cc proud to own a set like this. Neat military brush and comb in black with chrcme trimming | or brown with gold color trioi=_ ming. j Men's . RAYON SATIN PAJAMAS 2.9^, Boys' Lons: Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS"; osc A Gift she'll SEWING CABINET Mechanical Freight Trains. 3 cars ... celi ' when moving) •>••- *?•>• ^"^0 *- '.,»**»..,„ ,, ' "•vS Visit .m Penney's Toy land! ! M Trains. J .^^ Shovtl Heavy -iqr .Four-Posted RassJnct QO- A ^= s HnC §ausc steel!. 33'' size.. 1*' American Maple Finishi'OC ffi •»•;• • %.< Steel '\yafon . . . 10" ^ 34 V'xifi'.'•". 1-piece -A-steel body..r ^ Doll Carriages . . . English ^ and American L styles! • 1.93 Shovtl . . . Heavy §aucc steel!. 33'' size.. Oak Rockers . . .. 2i V high . . . 10" .square .seat CQ-, 11" from -floor! 0*1 G Maple Finish H i g h Chair. 23" high— she'll love it! American Maple Finish Jic 4rxl9" Rlackhoard. Roll 1.98 vvith designs.'... 33"'xl8" BlackJjoard. Real slate board! AO Folding! «/OC f '•Lus -^• Fcr her sewn- or knitting!-" With convenient, handle! Lustrous roapie ,»• walnut,' finish:- A Table and Chair Set. | Oak! Two -I AO 1 chairs!.,...... l-»»lO PEMMCY CO,, INC.

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