The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1940 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Social Calendar .FRIDAY'S 'EVENTS Woman's club having Christinas party, 2:30 o'clock, at club house. Chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood meeting with Mrs. W. I. Dentbn, 2:30 o'clock. Celebrate Anniversary With Dinner and Bridge Mr; and Mrs. A. Comvay celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary by entertaining with a dinner party at their home Wednesday night. over the mantel and on the Christmas tree made.a colorful setting for the games. A winter scene of reindeer among the evergreens»was arranged on the dining table. Refreshments were served after the games. Prizes went to Mrs. Engler for high and Mrs. Rosco Crafton for second high score. All members and guests received packages from the Christmas tree. * * * Bridge Party Honors Miss Sara Jo Little Mrs. J. Parris McCalla and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. -r*JW.t*J 44*^*4 I 1 * " ' ^— — u-.v —» w* *»*.*, The. nineteen guests present in- and Mrs - Tom F - Martin, enter' tallied with a bridge party at the McCalla home Wednesday night in compliment to Miss Sara Jo Little. Miss Little is being honored at a series of parties before4ier marriage next month to Kavanaugh Francis. [ Twenty guests were present for ' the party which combined the ' bridal and Christmas motifs to form the decorative scheme. A wedding scene in which a bride and groom stood against a background of narcissuses and greenery illuminated by white tapers was arranged on the mantel. A similar scene was used ori the buffet while the dining table had an arrangement of holly lighted by red tapers. The Christmas tree in the dining room completed the decorations. , Tallies and placecards were ornamented with the figure's of the bride and bridegroom. Favors were blue and red cellophane bags of rice tied with gold bells in one of j eluded members of the Mid-Week- Bridge club,, their husbands, and Mrs. A. B. Pairfield and Mrs. J. H. Elkins. The Conways, who -were married iii Cynthia, Ky., had their home decorated in the Christmas motif. Poinsettias and red tapers made a colorful holiday centerpiece for the dining table. Placecards bore a poinsettia design. After the three course dinner was -served, the guests played bridge in the living room. Here, the mantel was banked with holly and lighted by red tapers and bouquets of red, roses were arranged. The varying colors of the Christmas tree on the porch were reflected about the room. • ' : Mrs. J. H. Elkins was presented the prize for high score among the women and W. L. Homer, liigh among the men. •••'••.••'•• * * * Cunninghams Have Christmas Dinner. A Christmas dinner party was j which was concealed a lucky num- .given by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cun-iber. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, j "ningham at their home Tuesday I who held the number, was presented night for 16 guests. Central decoration for the party was the white Christmas tree ornamented with blue lights. Other holiday decorations included red tapers on | the dining room table, red carnations ; in the centers of small tables and Yuletide place- cards and scorepads. Following dinner . which was served at the small tables, the guests played cards. * S * Complete Plans For Snpi>er Sunday. Final arrangements for the supper to be given at the American Legion Hut Sunday were completed at a meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel nt the home of Mrs. I. Miller Wednesday night. The supper will follow the Clia- iuiko program which is to be presented at Temple Israel Sunday afternoon at 3:UO o'clock. At the Kut. moving pictures of Mexico will be shown by Ellis Kohn/who made the pictures while vacationing there last summer. •/' , Mrs. S. Jiedel gave a a guest towel. Mrs. Thad "Nicol received a picture for high prize and Miss Maurine Branson, a set of ash trays and cigarette box, for second" high , prise in the bridge games, the guest of honor was presented a table lamp by her hostesses. Ice cream molded to form a wedding slipper and individual cakes embossed with "Jo and Kay." were served 'at the conclusion of the games. * * * JuaiiHa Tankcy Is Wed to Charlie Cook. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Pankey, of Armorel. announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Jimnital Pankey, to S. P. Cook, son of! Charlie Cook of Gosneli. The wedding was solemnized Saturday, Nov. 30, at the home of Magistrate T. L. Cassidy, who read the service. Miss Helen Finklea and Thomas Smotherman wc-re the only attendants. on P. B. Joyner and Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmann were her guests. High score prize went to Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. A red and while scheme was used in decorating the Fan- home. Santa Claus and his reindeer formed the centerpiece of the dining table on which were arranged red tapers. Beneath the white Christmas tree ornamented with red lights were packages for the group from Mrs. Charles L. Wylie. The hostess, who also gave presents, had hidden her packages throughout the house and each guest had to search for hers. Instead of the usual afternoon party, Mr.s. C. C. Langston entertained members of the Town and Country club with a luncheon at her home. Red carnations and red tapers were used on the dining table. A Christmas tree completed the holiday ornaments. Mrs. James B. Clark was high scorer and Mrs. C. R. Wrotcn, second high in the bridge games. Mrs. Elbert Huffman and Mrs. S. G. Shelton were guests of Mrs. William Young yesterday v/hen she entertained the ADC Bridge club. Poinsettias worn used about the house and tallies repeated the design on their covers. After the bridge games, gifts for the group were distributed from the Christinas tree. High score prize went to Mrs. Harold Schnee and second high to Miss Mary Virginia Cutler. * + « To Study Vogue. The study of magazines will be continued at the meeting of'Chap- ter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. I Denton. Mr.s. M. O. Usrey will conduct the study of "Vogue" magazine. • * * r. I'eppi'.rs' Have Annual Hanquet At Hotel Noble The Red Pepper club of the city high school had its annual banquet for the members of the football team in the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble Wednesday night. Ninety people attended the formal affair. Besides the club members and football team, faculty members, and cheer leaders were also guests of the club. Using the letter "B'' for the dominating note in both t,he program and decorations, the club carried out a red and white scheme and planned a clever program based on "Where the Bee Sips, There Sip I". Opening number listed on the prograhi was "The Honey and the Honeycomb Queen" in which Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, president of the club and homecoming queen of the football team, introduced the (program and Norman "Monk" jMosley, captain of the team responded. Other numbers on the program were as follows: "Workers", La- Nelle Smart; "Queens", James Cobb; "Drones", Betty Jean Hill; "Enemies", Maylield 'Sonny" Lloyd, alternate captain; -'The Bee Line", Coach Joe Dildy. Last number on the program was listed as "The Hive (Alma Mater). "Bees A Hummin' Throughout he Program" led by Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, pianist, and William Beswick, vocalist. . Red and white carnations on the dining table and garlands of red and white suspended about the Blue Room were in keeping with the colors of the team. The letter "B" was used for the placecards and the menu and programs. Other table decorations were pecans painted white to resemble footballs on which were printed A. S. C., 1940, Arkansas Stale Champions. | Following the banquet, Miss Isaacs entertained with a dance at the American Legion Hut. Tlio.se who had attended the banquet and other friends of Miss Isaacs were guests at the party. HURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, Bits of News Mostly Personal* Miss Martha Thomas has gone to Little Rock to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Thomas. Russell Haynes Parr, who attends the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, will come Sunday to spend the Christmas holidays "with his (Pfrrenjk, Affl. and Mrs. -ftusscH farr. Fred Rutherford, a student at Chamberlain-Hunt Military Academy at Port Gibson. Miss., will come Sunday to spend his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. His parents will meet him in Memphis. Miss Lynette Tucker, who attends Stephens college at Columbia. Mo., arrived home this morning . to spend Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C F. Tucker. Miss Patty Shane, who is employed by the United States government at -Washington, D. : . C., will arrive Saturday to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Cecil Shane, over Christmas. Miss Mary Outlaw will spend the Christmas holidays in Memphis and Rector. Mrs. R. p. Kirshner and daughter, Miss Nancy Kirshner, are spending today in Memphis Charles G. Morehead and George Connell left this morning for Conway to spend the holidays with their families. Mrs. Tom Phillips, whose condition became serious two days ayo following the birth of her baby last Wednesday, is improved today. She is at Walls hospital. Bill Godwin, a student at the University of Georgia at Athens is here to spend the Christmas holidays with relatives. Coleman Stevens, who attend Hendrix college at Conway, will come tonight to spend his vacation with his mother, Mrs. C. S Stevens, and family. C. L. Smith, of Leachvilie, stopped here today as he was enroute to Memphis to hear Jan Kiepuva, Metropolitan opera tenor, sing- tonight at the auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James will go to Jonesboro today to spend Christmas with their families. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb have returned from New Orleans where Dr. Webb took a post graduate course at the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat hospital during the months of November and December. Mrs. J. G. Collier and Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Collier and their laughter, of Shaw, Miss., left this morning after having- been overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J Burke. Mrs. J. G. Collier is the mother and Mr. Collier, the brother of Mrs. Burke. Miss Elizabeth McHenry and Miss Effie Lee Terrell, have gone to Conway to spend the holidays ;vith relatives. Mrs. w. A. Afflict spent Wednesday in Memphis. Miss Sue Ramey. a student at Chicago Art Institute and the University of Chicago,'and Miss Eloise Ramey, who attends Christian col- 'ege at Columbia, Mo., will arrive in the morning from Columbia where Miss Sue Ramey has been visiting her sister for a few days. They .will spend the holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey. and family. • Their brother, Gordon, also a student at the Art Institute, returned home last Friday. They will be joined here Christmas day by anothe" brother, Charles, who' works in Chicago, and who will spend a few days here with his family. Miss Emma Kate Richards is quite ill at Blytheville hospital where she was taken Tuesday night following an internal hemorrhage. She had a blood transfusion Wednesday afternoon. Jack Webb, who attends the University of Arkansas afc Fayetteville, will arrive home Saturday to spend his vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb. Mr and Mrs. Fred Bean are spending today in Memphis. M. E. Cook and daughters, Thelma and Virginia, spent Sunday in Memphis with Mr. Cook's father, who is ill in Baptist hospital. Mr. Cook is much improved. Miss Zula Bryeans, who has been, a patient at the hospital, returned home with them. According to scientists, the most of the human body are sex hor-ic potent substances in. the chemistry mones, or glandular secretions. ' MEN'S LEATHER House Slippers At The Hospitals Blytiieville Hospital Glenn Bunting, Hayti, admitted. Mrs. Dick Green, Huffman, admitted. James Cooper. Hayti, admitted Mrs Ollin Traywick, Caruthersville. admitted. Mrs. Bill Robertson, city, dismissed. Mrs. Clyde Davis, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Beulah Elizabeth Mullins. citv, dismissed. Helen Watkins, Manila, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs B. B. Brewer, Bassett, admitted. Miss Margaret Norman, city admitted. Roy Bunch. Osceoia. admitted. Memphis St. Joseph's 'Hospital Mrs. Ar.toie Jones, Ca.ruthers- ville. admitted. Pipe smoking is thought to have originated in America. NOSE GIVE YOUR COLD THE AIR. A!R-CQN~ DITION DRIPPY ' MISERIES WITH Pint I Kites the Arkansas Jewish" Assembly convention which she attended in Fine Bluff Dec. 7 and 8th. .Following the business session, the hostess serpec! refreshments. Is Hostess To Club Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford was Gosneli high school. At present, they arc making their home in Blytheville. Mr. j Cook has farming interests at Gosnell. Wednesday Bridge Clubs- hostess to members of the City! Have Christmas Parlies Contract dub and three guests for a Christmas party at her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. C. R, Wroten, Mrs. Goronwy Poetz and Mrs. F. L'. Lights arranged among greenery The bridge clubs which meet each week on Wednesday had Christmas parties in the homes of the various members yesterday afternoon. Mrs: Russell Farr had the Delta Contract club party at which Mrs. APPLEBAUM'S MARIE AITUSUAUM, l> n >p. YOUR FAVORITE LADY •SOMETHING WONDERFUL TO WEAR •LARKVYOOD VAMP-TOE* HOSIERY let it be a lavish" gift ^.ofthe loveliest stockings you can buy.., packed and ready'. ' '"- t to give in a charming gift box. We'll help select the best colors and styles. Shell be enchanted with their Jwting loveliness. C * '•' M '.•' ' '; -V hristmas Greetings we now extend;to'you, L.et's all be merry together; ; N lever mind the skies be they dark Or blue, A,Her all. why scold the weather? ' B 'esl of groceries, fowls and Yuletide trees, Elach article a real delight; R.emember it's always our'aim to please; So come in, friends, we'll treat you right. C. L. NABERS & Swansdown Cake Flour For Better Cakes 2 3-4 Ib, 24c BEANS Blytheville Stringless Whole Can DATE AND NUT BREAD Cross and Blackwell MATCHES Searchlight Large Boxes IVORY SOAP Large Bars Better for the Hands Ea. 12c Can lie 6 for 17c Bar 9c CRANBERRY SAUCE, Ocean Spray, 17~oz. can 14s LIMA BEANS Green Deimonte Garden Fresh ... No. 2 Can 15c GREEN'S GRADE A MILK PASTEURIZED. GOOD HEALTH FOR XHAS PINEAPPLE Deimonte Sliced or Crushed No 2 Can 17 ic POTATOES Selected U. S. No. 1 Red 10 Lbs. 19c BLYTHEVILLE 1JAKERV CAKE SPECIAL Christ ma* Candy Cake... Special 2 ! >c Christmas Stollen Coffee Cake 12c Danish Flake Itnll dra. 1 Sc . U. S. Tat. OS. PEACHES Libby's Deluxe Halves in Heavy Syrup No. 2i Can 17 c SUGAR Domino Pure Cane Cloth Sacks TOMATOES Standard Hand Packed PUMPKIN Deimonte for Pies No. 2 Can PUDDING Date Plum, Fern 10 Lbs. 55c No. 2 Can 6ic .... 2 Cans 19c CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES TOMATOES Home Style Dill Ferndell 15 oz, can ea. 31 c 1 Pound Box 21c Quart 21c XMAS MIXED CANDY - THE KIND YOU WILL LIKE BOX CANDY 1 TO 3 LB. BOXES-BABY STUART BACON, Sliced Black Hawk lit, 23c LARD Loose Pure ... Lb. Sc CHEESE Full Cream Lb 23c HAMS i or Whole Lb. 22c Lb. 17c BUTTER Best Creamery Lb. 40c BEEF ROAST Best Grade Lb. 23c MEAT LOAF ...I Lb. 20c PORK CHOPS End Cuts . Lb. 16c % I an{ j NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Owen Zuck and His ORCHESTRA Sponsored by the Blytheville Bachelor Club City Hall SOFT KID JJ r o \v ji, B I u e, Wine, Flexible, Hard-Leather Sole, Hubber Heels. Sizes G</ 2 to U WOMEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS Black, Blue, Red, Wine OO Medium, Low ww & Flat Heels- Sizes 3 to 9. Large Selection Children's House Slippers at Popular Prices Ladies' Purses Black, . Wine, Red, Brown First Lady HOSIERY 2 thread $1.00 $ 1.00 3 ll)read • • 7 9c Family Shoe Store HI 2 W: Main Phone 231 Just Received A Carload Of Simmons Beautyrest Studio Couches, Mattresses* Springs, Beds Many of these make particularly nice gifts . . . come in today and sec the complete Simmons Line. i i Si i i Simmons Beautyrest Couches A complete selection of the new styles in a !ar K c variety of covcrinirs .... shown at the lowest prices we've ever had on Beautyrest Couches. 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