The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 23, 1937
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1037 BLYTHEV1LLB, (ARK.)' COURIKU NEWS Social Calendar j WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Yiij-bro Missionary Society meets: with Mrs. Cora Berry. Ladies Bible Study of Chureii of! Christ, meek with Mrs, Herman Spiccr at Luxora, 2:30 o'clock, Chapter "N" of I'. B. O. to two afternoon meeting at home ol Mrs. W. C. Gates. FRIDAY'S EVENTS .Slated meeting of O. K. S., 7:30 o'clock 'at tile hall, FLAPPER FANNY McCarthy solemnized The wedding of Ajlss Miiry Eloise McCarthy, of Nashville,,' Tciiii.. daughter of Mrs.. Francis Joseph McCarthy and the late Mr; McCiu- (hy, and Samuel Phillips Robinson, son of Mrs. Mary Phillips Robln- on and Clyde Robinson, was solemnized at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon lit the Cathedral ol the Incarnation in Nashville. The Very llcv. Albert Seiner, pastor ot the cathedral performed the. ceremony in the presense of several hundred guests. 'flic bride entered with her brother. Francis J. McCarthy, who save her in marriage. She wore a wedding gown of ivory satin made on simple lines, the distingushins feature being a curved, neckline outlined In seed pearls. The points of the long fitted sieeves were also outlined with pears. The veil of ivory illusion ivas caught lo a can made of hands" of ivory satin with sprays of orange blossoms on each side. The bride carried a sheaf arrangement of lillies of the valley. Mrs. Robert K. Brsmiati of'Den- nison, Iowa, was matron of honor. Miss Elinor McCarthy, sister'Of the bride, and Miss Idellc Ottaron were bridesmaids. Holston Robinson, ol } Bits of News Mostly Personal PAGE F1V» Steele-Gooter Holland Society — Personal The New Mrs. Simpson Miss Francis Hosentlml Is able to be out after having undergone a major operation several weeks a so. Mrs. Eluw ArchllHon. of Momphls Is visiting her cousin, Airs. Miullm •:ano, and Attending to business here. • ' Miss Aiidley Dlyllie .Is sick from a severe cold. Mrs. G. H. DoLong, who has, been hi a Memphis hospital for the past week, and Mrs. Ardcn Crowdcr, who has nursed her, returned home Ilils afternoon having accompanied Pat O'Bryant, who attended to business ther c (oday. Mrs. Carl Biythe and children have returned to their home In Sun AiinoiincpmcnUs hnvo arrived here or Die blrlli of ;i i 1-2 noiind son. Wlillam Thomas, Jr.. 1 0 Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Northern, of Memphis, nt the Daptlst hospital In Memphis on Nov. tltli, It belni; (ho first, baby born- In Mi'mp'ils on Armistice diiy. arriving (it 12:10 a. in. Mr. Northern was formerly of Holland, :UK( Mrs. Northern, formerly Miss , Ooldta Mnrshcll. -if Steelc. was assistant postmistress for several years. At a recent mcellnt; of Mrs. j. W. Reno's Sunday school class of tho Baptist church, tliey elected tlie following offlcr-rs for the comm» your. Mrs. j. w. lieno, teacher; Miss uzpl McAdnms, assistant teacher; Mrs. Leo yager. president; Mrs. Conrad Frame, vico president; Mrs. "NeviT.minJ ['anny-if you're too sleepy lodo my k-sso-a lonijjlit come onto bed ;mcl] II cull yuii real e:irly in tlicmomiii);." S. T. B me ken Jackscu offered prayers. Mrs. Walter Bishop conducted (lie business session. Mrs. Ltslie Moore a, 1(1 Mrs. Tom Mss Aldeena Davis Weds Waiter Southern —- --- *, , „. , „ ,, „, , hostess; STEELE, Mo.—Amioimemonl Isc -St. Louis, brother of the bridegroom. I to Cllcle 2 - Mrs. Charles New-1 \, e - m , madc of thc , nai . r i.,., 0 of i comb mi.) Mrs. H. L, Reeder of- j Miss Alrtcena Davis to was best man. Ushers were c. A. Korner. Howard Hend ricks, Byrd Me Hugh, cousin of the bride, and William A. Givan, al! of Nashville. Following the ceremony a reception \vas given by the bride's mother at her apartment, attended by the wedding party, members of the fered prayers. Mrs. Theodore Lo- j southern pan led the business session. Mrs. Moor? served nngel food calce topped with whipped cream and ccfTec to the 10 present. Mrs. Shelutiruc Brewer was hostess to circle 3 when five mem- Walter which was solemnized Nov. 11 at Caruthersvillc with Justice A. Elliot performing tho ceremony. The bride Is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of this city. They Cnlif., after a visit ol several weeks here with relatives. Mrs. w. S. Liingdon is III at her home on Highway 01. Mrs. Doyle Henderson's condition remains about the Mine after illness from Influenza. The Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn i Wade w-nt to Jonesboro this morning where they will visit until Thursday. . •Mrs. David Barton of' Colron, Mo,. Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mrs. Earl O'Neal and dnngh ter, Fcggy Ann. returned home Saturday from [he Mcmpphls Mc- Ihocllst hospila' Roger Eoff spent the week end in Kclser with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Buck are In Jonesboro today, where Mr, Buck Is attending to business. Sidney Suvratt, of Memphis, attended to business here yesterday, Mrs. :ra Crawford and Miss Dorothy Robertson were In Kclsei yesterday. Mrs. c. W. Aftllck Is In Memphis today. families and out-of-town guests. I usrs and two visitors, Mrs. I. O. her<> several months' BEO and since! Affo.- H-in r/inonfrirm T\-Tr silH \Trt WOSf farflOt flnfl \Tvc T Ur Tn!T- n -,. _ , . . smith. secretary. Mrs. L. M. Brooks mid Miss .Itm- nlc Williiuns left this week for Ft. Meyers. Fla,. where Ihcv will spend the winter. Hubert- Hums, who i drove llio car down for thorn. Is I returning the first of the wcok. Mr. nnd Mrs. u \V. /iihnri 1 and Mrs. Sims Micliie spend Wi'clncKln.v In •Meuiphls. Mrs. S. 1>. Lee. Jr., oi" Memphis. Is the guest of relatives here. Albert Woortv has returned after spending several weeks In St. Louis, Mrs. John Bishop nnd son, hnve returned home after -A visit with relatives Tn uolnt-s of Tennessee. Mrs. Elhel Reynolds of Jackson. Tciin., is visiting her mother, Mr, Ullio Norrld. Jim Norrld liii returned lioHi 1 .' after spending several weeks Scout NeW I Bpys'- —_ Girls I Brinkley, ployed. at Ark., where he was cm- After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Hobmson left by motor for a wed- ries, ding trin to Florida and Cuba. On Iheir return in two weeks, they will and Mis. were present. r. W. JeiT- Mrs. Lloyd hnve an apnrlmcnt at 251 dalc Read. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Holston Robinson, of St. Louis, Mr. and M'£j Charles W. Ostesby and daughter, Betty. Mrs. Mary Phillip.? Robinson and Jack Knley Robinson ot^tjii;. city. Mr. and Mrs: Clarence sh'Zumcr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Madden. Miss Kalherine Madden and Charles Mnnion. all of Louisville; Miss Mary Elizabeth Byrd of Miami Beach. Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Carey of Jolictt, 111. a 4 *• T ak« Street W. M! S. lilecls Us Officer Mrs. George Dysinger was reelected president of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Lake Street, Methodist church in a. meeting yesterday afternoon at the church, other officers named were: Mrs. T. E'. Shclton, vice president; Mrs, H. E. Lasliot, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Allen Van Winkle, treasurer; Mrs. W. L. Green, assistant treasurer; Mrs. C. N. Meal. superintendent of social relations; Mrs. TverEon Morris, superintendent of siipnlies; Mrs. Allen Cole, superintendent of study; Mrs. Arthur Hudson, recording secretary; Mrs. George Shamblin, superintendent of publicity, and Mrs. A. S- Been. superintendent -of local work. Mr.s. Cole had charge of the program wuiih was based on the "World Outlook." Mrs. Jesse Goad Ifilkcd on "What Have We To Be Thankful For?" Mr.s. Dysingcr dismissed them with prayer. o * « i Circles of W. M. U. Mccl. I The circles of the Woman's Mis-j sionary Union of the First Bap-! (is! church met yesterday alter- ] neon. Circle 1 met at .the home! if Mrs. C. W. iMTlick. with 111 lirrscnl. Mrs, H.. H. Brooks had! iM-arge of the devotional and Mi's. TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY Etickmon led thc business session. Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer offered prayer and Miss Cordelia Wilhlte gave liic mission study. The hostess served dale-nut bread sandwiches and coffee. Six were present when Circle 4, met .at^-thc .church. Mrs. R. G. Cash.Ziind &r». w. E. Buchanan offered''prayers.-"Mrs." W. j. 'Ifog- crs led the business session and Mrs. Cash gave the mission study. Circle 5 met at thc home uf Mrs. Matt Mcnaglian with eight present. Mrs. S. M. .Hcoil had the devotional. Mrs. Alvin Hutft».in conducted the business session and Mr-s Monachal!, the mission study. I Mrs.-T. H. Hayncs and Mrs. Hood clfercd prayus. Book Itcvicw The woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon at the church. After a short, devotional and business meeting. Mrs. James Hill reviewed (he book. "College of the Apostles" by James Vance. Camera Kevcrsed al l«isi PALESTINE, Tex. (U!>>—W. M. Watkins, veteran Texas photographer, had his picture made for- the first time in 20 years as a present for ."his family. then she has been employed in the Davis Cafe, resigning just prior to her.,marriage. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Southern, 1 prominent farmers of near this city. After graduating from Sleele high school in 1934 u c ]m s attended Hardin college of Scarcy, Aik., for the past three years. He H, T. Gill and .son, -James, an;! > Virginia Hilburn spent Sun- in Memphis, where Mr. Gill !attended to business. Otto Bradberry, who Is sick from a heart ailment in a Memphis hospital, is .slightly Improved. His daughter. Miss Olive Braclberry. Is with him. Sirs. Frank Luyct of Long Island, N. Y., arrived last night lo visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. H. Ford, until after the Christmas holidays. Is. at present employed at Kclley! .Mr. iuVit Mrs. Torn. Martin were Bros. Gin, j InjUcmpInV yes/cr/lay. They have taken an apartment in Iho home of Mr. and Mrs.: Bob Southern. ' Luxora Plans Union Thanksgiving Service LUXOR A, Ark. Nov. 23.—A Union Thnnksgivlin; service will be held at the Lusorn Huptisl Church Wocl- >«!Sd.:iv nl?ht at seven o'clock wllh the Rev. James T. Riimlle, jwslor ot, the local Methodist diui-V!, delivering the sermon following a Thanksgiving theme. Special music by (he choirs of the Baptist and Methodist churches under the direction of Mrs. Lem Stanford, organist of the Methodist church, and Mrs. B. O, Wilkins. organist of the Baptist church. A vocal duct, "Give Thanks" by Meredith, will be sim s by Miss Lois Hill and Mrs. J. M. Majors. A violin solo will be rendered by Miss Virginia Farrnr. When the Dticluss of Windier wns Mrs, Krneat Blnipson, :,he ilrst liiiido (lie mime fiiuioiis by her .siinirl iippenrBiico; the new Mrs, Elmpscn, the former Mrs. Muvy Kirk finfTnty,':promises lo innko it fiunciiii for lier statuesque hrauly, which Is vividly poiii'ityinl In this latest pleturo made by Dorothy \Vlldlng, British court pholOBrnpher, 'I he Simpsons will imvke their hcme In London aft^r honcymobnl.i'!. Rcan tin; Courier News want adJ. Rays of the sun ^\~ minutes. lommo Refined in U.S.A. Quick icings Fruits cereals ,andjiihngs iced drinks FREE INSTRUCTIONS in Latest Styles Knittinp •'BKKNAT" Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chickasawba Phono 792 For Sale •10 A near Gosucll school. Also '55 acres adjoining. 580 per A. Good improvements. Very easy terms. 1 'Ihcinas Land Co. 23-ck-30: Corner lot, Franklin and Cherry. 2 small houses en it. Also \ room cottage near Ricc-Stix Co. S1CO cnch. Terms. Thomas Land Co. 3-ck-25 Shades of Cedar 9 J CEDAR - COPPER . RUST The New 'Colors lo go with Black ILLUSTIIATING TWO OF SIX NEW STYLES For Kcnl diuforlarjlc bedroom adjoining tath. Oentlcman only. 113 \v. 'inin. Phcnc 80-W. 23-ck-tf •! room house, bnth. 009 S. Like. Call 367-J. 23-ck-tf j rovxn Cifny horse, iveiglit 850 Ibs.. in my corn across levee near Tomato. Mr. Bill Sweat. 805 S. Lilly. 22ck24 \VANTET) Girls lo distribute advertising | matter, to homes. Salary, Apply: Miss Jennings. 8:30 a.m. Tucsdav,! lave by Having , hoes Repaired al mith Shoe Shop 115 So. and 'TILL 10 A. M. THURSDAY W I^LOVD A. in H II IE 3^ . * M O ie 3J.. PLAN YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER AT Everi/thiny for the Menu Del Monte Fruit Cocktail Heinz Green Pea Soup - Del Monte Pear Salad Turkey Goose Ham Chicken Oyster Dressing with Chestnuts Vegetables Hotel Baker Potatoes Cauliflower Peas Del Monte Carrots Fresh Tomatoes Iceberg Lettuce Mincemeat Pies Yams i Brussell Sprouts Fresh Green Beans Bell Peppers Jumbo Celery / Pumpkin Shelled Pecans and Almonds Mints Coifec LUT GROCER Y N & MARKET "Where Everybody Trades" 11-1 E. fthiirt St. , 1'hon.c 161 l-OUK Armorel 4-H Club Puts ' Us Trophies On Display there were reports of skylarks on fxjns Jslnnd ns'lnto ns Boy Scout Troop 37 •'met. last night at tho First Presbyterian riuirch for Its regular meclliig with 20 present. After hrlef talks by the stout muster,.thc R«v. s,H. Salmon, and 'rout executive R..O. I/iindqlilSt of Joncshord, thc t'roop was formally organized. John Charles Bright was elected senior pntro! leader; Jon Bill McHaney, scribe; and Fred Boyctt, Edward Workman and Went Brown, patrol leaders. ; Tho patrols plitn to have separate meetings for n while to become fully organised slid to make plans. PDoparaliqns .were made last night for the public court of honor to lie held In the court room of the city hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock. At the Hospitals Mry. J. T. Ktalciip underwent iii.'ijor ci'crnlloii today nt Uio.i BHlhrvlHr; Mi.'i. Ncal I'ullcrton. oc stcelo, us ndtiiuircl to the Blylhevlll" ,:.spllnl today. W. L. Hughes is' » pallsnt in (He Mcmplih Baptist hospital. Mrs, K, 0, nillin-d and Mr, John lekinnn. bf.lh of O.sccoli, ar? pi- (leiits In the Mcniiriita Baptist hospital. Ill Clrcc, ot Knyll, has been r.tlmlUcil to the Baptist hospital hi Mpni|:hls. / HOLLYWOOD V-CUP PERCOLATOR HAMMII10 ALUMINUM IINISH .&& ~. Y'our's ' 1007, tho lipccles Is now extinct in America, .so far an Is. known. DAILY Thf Armorel <l-ir Club, under the leadership «[ Miss Djlln 1'nr- l.lo, lei-.-il Iwidcr, duel Mfs-s Efk'e-n Ilngcn, founty champion and president of Die club, prepared n ihciv-ivindoiv exhibit of (he tro- 1'hics. rlliboiis, mctlal?, ami specj. mens of work done tlihi ymir hy (he club, which was nrranncd lit Iho store nt Armorel. Inuhi.'led in !he window was H silwr cu;i .'or, tile winner ot tho rinintv' t'iiiyj ui'Unnifiit, fecoiui [iliten swci : p-• .kes rlbto.i for ii»r cjl'ili I'jlit.! sion.-of Hie County Fair, n 5;i:>S;li check as prize money In (hi; Fair ! (lie inrdal for and the nlclur,> of' the county rhinnplon, liilccii Mu- gcn, record taoks. nnd nbnut Hfi ribbon;, for individual awards in Ilio county fair. 666 COLDS mill FEVER first ilny Liquid, .T«l)Ms Halve, Nose Hi'aducht, 30 Drops minutes. Try "Kul)-My-Tlsm"-Wor1<l's Rest Mnlmcnt FREE! ffom your grocer for on]y24 wrap-' por coupons from dc'iciouiDurkw'j •tm CHRISTMAS llu will ajiiircclMc a'qiuillty Ri't finin our whlrltcj shop Whiskeys, Wines, Gins and Cordials CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP , Miilu and Division' SHOP USINESS SALE Jill SeBTEST SfiVIGS IN YEARS SPORT STYLES OR F'JS TRIMMED 'OR'-SALE WEDNESSAY OHLY SM.7:") Coals U'ciiiu-silay 'Only .... Regular SI51.7.1 Cu;i(s. Wednesday Only KcKular S2I.75 Coals M'cttiK'sdav Onlv $7.38 Hcguliir S25I.75 Coats Wednesday Only ReR'uIar S;i!),75 Coals Wednesday Only .... Regular S60.75 Coats Wednesday Onlv $89.50 FUR COATS & New Hollywood and Teddy Hear Swaggers iii'c ^ thc very siiwrlesf styles of Iho yoar. Made of sclertcfl prime furs. Rirh l,;t()in and Scalinc. Hlack niilv in si/cs from 1 [ to -12. : 10:i BAST MAIN

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