The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 24, 1940
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PAGE TWO «LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss: Little To Wed On f Parents' Anniversar Sara Josephine Little, brlde- :€lect of William Kavanaugh Francis, has 6hosen January-9, the 25th wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony Little, for the date of her wedding. •Tne Rev. R. E. L. Bearden, of L£aehville r who officiated •• at the marriage of Mr, and. Mrs. Little will also read the service for their eldest - daughter's wedding which will be solemnized at the First /Methodist • church at four o'clock i^Bihe aft«nxx>n. The Rev, E, B, Williams, pastor, will sussisi with tKe ceremony. -cMiss Little will be attended by her two alters, Miss Frances Little aljjjd Miss Virginia Little as maids ofc honor, and Mr. Francis' sister, Mrs. Rooert E. Jones Jr., of Scotts- bfro, Ala., as matron of honor, - «Her bridesmaids ( will . be Miss Mildred Moore, Miss Mary Spain T$fey Mrs. J. Farris McCalla and JJHss Margaret Shaver. Miss Vir- gifiia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin, will light the tapers. -Mrs.' J, K. Garner of Greenwood, Afiss., aunt of the bride-elect, is to b^organist and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, soloist. Hendricks Francis of Ala., arid Timpson, attend his" son as best man. Ushers will oe Paul Francis, O^Tuscaloosa, brother of Mr. Fran- cii Tom Little Jr.j brother of Miss Little,' Richard Becker, Lt John i&n "Bo'maf of Tuscaloosa, Nick tffte\ of Birmingham,; Ala.* and Jiroes,Nettles of Butler, Ala. ye *• * * ' ( * ;. M ' ' : . [fences Highlight >*• > - . . ^ : r _ .- Christmas Holidays ^Dances by various clubs of the city highlight the Christmas social calendar this year as plans continue for affairs to be given by the Cotillion club, ciub 28, Bach- .elors club- and 199 Glub. . >The first of these dances .will be the tormal one to be given Thurs- d|y night at the Woman's club by the recently organized 199 ciub. An orchestra, not yet. announced, will play for the affair. ' ^Friday - night, officers of Club 28/ F. B. Joyner. president, and ICE. Old Jr., secretary, and Mrs. Jo;ner and Mrs. Old will be hosts, for the club dance at the Blue R£>om of the Hotel Noble. . .Walter Stroud and.-his Blue RhyKim orchestra - out of Cape Girardeau will play for the affair which will begin at-10:00 .o'clock. For shis dance, each member may invite a guest. Richard Leon and his orchestra oui of Memphis will play for the Cotillion club- dance Saturday night at 10:00 o'clock at the American Legion Hut. •Members may- call for -their programs Friday and Saturday at the Snow-Bound In Style A CHIC outfit for; .-skiing consists of a hiplength' jacket oC supple white leather .. with rec( suede yoke, .cuffs and piping and streamlinad downhill trousers of sJate blue gabardine. The accessories include a red suede cap, red and white mittens and after-skiing boots of blue suede, edged in leather with r while ; lamb fronts and., pompoms. Picard home of Mr. arid Mrs. Thad Nicol. The dance committee is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Nicbl, Mr. and Mrs. Hermoh Carlton and Mr. and 'Mrs. •Har'mah. Taylor. Annual New Year's Eve dance will be sponsored this year by the Bachelors- club, officers have announced:' It ;-will be at 10:00 o'clock.nt, the. s city auditorium. •'MiiSltrfbi'U.h'e" 1 affair, will •Tie' furnished by Owen Zuck and his orchestra, of St. Louis. Inn Ncal AVcds Lacey Bryeans Miss Ina Neal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N...W. Neal of Pascola, Mo,, became ' »•- *" 'M , A$ the ties of friendship are strengthened at ^ Holiday Season, so may our friends continue if , • ««M ^. to grow in mutual accord 'and confidence in if 1 the New Year. }% Bryeans, Saturfiay night at the home of T. L. Ca'ssidy, who performed the ceremony.. Mrs. Bryeans, who has been employed here, for the past year, wai graduated from the Deering. Mo., high school a year ago. Mr. Bryeans has farming interests at Gosnell. contests went to Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. Harry W. Haihes. Red arid green tapers were used on the dining table at which lunch was served. A Christmas tree completed the decorations. V * 4> Has Theater Party Girlfriend Swain, a student at French Camp Academy, French Camp, Miss., who is spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. Charles Swain, was honored guest at a theater party Sunday afternoon. She arid six friends saw "Dr. Kildare's Crisis"'at the Ritz theater. Following the theater, refreshments were .served at Robinson Drug Store. * * * O. E. S. to Meet The Order of the Eastern Star will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock for a stated meeting at the Hall, it was announced today. Miss Little and Fiuiu-e To Be Honored At Dinner Miss .Sara- Jo Little and her fiance, Kavanaugh Francis, will oe honored with jv dinner party to be given Thursday night by Miss Martha Ami Lynch arid Miss Patty ohane. • The affair will be at 7:00 o'clock n the Colonial Room of thc Hotel Noble. • , Bits of News Mostly Personals holidays here with his parents, Mr and Mrs. F. C. Douglas. He is a _ student at the University of Ar- j kansas, Fayetteville. .Mrs. Bob Gwynn gpent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brown visited i in Jonesboro over the weekend. | . Jesse Miller spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs, Mary Philliber of Shelbyville, Mo., came Sunday to be with Miss Marian Tompkins, who attends the University of Arkansas, PaycttevJlle, came Saturday night to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris F. Tompkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lamb and children will go today to Eupora, Miss., to spend the Christmas holidays with relatives and friends. .Mrs. A. .M. Butt, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Miss Ruth Butt spent Sunday in Scarcy'with the Rev. and Mrs. George W. Pyles. The Rev. Mr. Pyles, who has been ill, is now improving. ' .Don Wilhelni, a student at Mississippi College at Clinton, Miss., •isjspending the Christmas holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman and family. He plans to be here until the third of January. Miss Winifred Goodrich, who is employed with the TVA in Wavcrly. .is .spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodfich'. Her brother. Bob Goodrich, Miss Edna Pe?irl Chapman and Miss Delia Purtle went to "Memphis to meet her Monday night. She plans to be here until Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Elstner D. Bcall and son, Tommy, "of Pine Bluff, are visiting Airs. Beall's parents/ Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley, for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. -Dunn and son., of Union City. Tenn.. will come toiiay to'.-spend Christmas wit!? Mrs. Dinni's mother. Mrs.' Pear] Hires. Mr; Dunn will return Wednesday afternoon but Mrs. Dunr and son will remain to visit until thr first. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1940- Tom A. Little Gives Employees Annual Party The annual Christmas • party given by Tom A. Little for employees of the Tom Little Chevrolet company, their wives and dates was attended by 105 guests includ- n<? a number of out of town visitors Monday night. Officials of the Chevrolet Motor Company who were here for the affair were: F. D. McKitriek of Memphis, zone manager; J. Nonvihe of Memphis, assistant zone manager; M. N. Keith of Memphis, zone truck manager; c. L. Blam. Jr., of Memphis, organizing- manager; Bill Lindsey, of Memphis, accessories manager; Len Grinker of Jonesbpro, district manager. Other guests were Roy Whittle, territorial manager of General Motors Acceptance corporation; Harold Hart, representative of G. M. A. C., and Charles Wilburn, General Exchange" Insurance Corporation representative.. While- the steak dinner was :erved, the JeweJ Cowboys from Memphis played. Entertainers with .hem were the Plying Dixies, dancers. The Smith 'Jubilee, a ne- - r n nuartet of this section, also performed. A Christmas tree which decorated the speakers' table held commission checks and Christmas 2hecks -for the employees^ which were' distributed by Mr. Little. Winners of the sales contest which closed Saturday were J. c. Buchanan, first, and S. G. Shelton, second. Mr. Little was presented a gift by his 'employees. return home Wednesday g ,flliss Ayrcs and Fiance .Complimented at Dinner Miss Edna Ayrcs and her fiance, Harry Mat-lock, were complimente., with a dinner party given Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey: Mrs. Hum- Neal of Pascola, phrey is an aunt of thc bride- bride of Lacey elect. Members of the wedding party and Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum .and Spencer Alexander were guests for the affair. Outstanding decoration was the wedding scene arrangad on the .buffet. A miniature ,bride and 'bridegroom, arranged against a background of valley lilies - were lighted by white tapers. The. dining table centerpiece was of pink asters. Placccards on which were designed the figures of a bride and bridegroom were also in pink. The 18 present were served a four course dinner. •• * t Entertain Chapter N Mrs. W. D. McClurkin and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr.. entertained 12 members of Chapter. N of tho p. E O. sisterhood with a luncheon Saturday afternoon at the Adams home. Mrs. Farmer .England and Mrs. W. l,. Homer were in chargr of 1$L L he pr °S ram which consisted of jand were Mr. arid Mrs. Loy Welch will go '-oday to •H'azlefiurst, Miss., to spend i few days with Mr. Welch's mother., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandcfur of Jorman, Qkla., and Mr. and Mrs. lerman Besharse and children, »atsy Ruth arid Don. of Shawnee, Jkla., have come to . spend the Jhfistmas holidays with Mr. and .Mrs. H. C. Holder,' aha family. Mr. xnd Mrs. Holder are parents of Mrs. Sandefur and Mrs. Besharse. ; I -Miss Martha Frances Stevens returned home Saturday nteht to ;pend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Stevens. A student at, thc University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, she has :een in Meridian for the past few days for the. wedding of her room- .nate ai M. S. C. W.. in Columbus :or two years. Her roommate. Miss Frances Guy. was married to James Spotswood of Jackson, Miss., Thursday. Mrs. Tom Phillip.? and infant son, Tom Phillips m. ivere re- noved from Walls hospital Monday. Mr. Phillips' mother. Mrs. J. T. 'Phillips, of Baton Rouge, La., who has been here for the past few weeks, returned home Sunday af- iemobn. Mrs. Phillips continues to improve.but will be unable to have visitors until after Christmas. Miss Churchill Buck, student at U A e ^ niversit y of Arkansas' at Fay-* 1 —"'-. is spending the Christinas to ,Sfc. Louis Sunday to spend Christmas Dodge's will be there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. v W. S. Laugdon are spending the holidays in Mvn- p'his with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bartholomew and family. They returned home with thc Bartholo- mews who spent Sunday here as their guests. i Mrs. Harry W. Haines is ill of influenza, at her home, 1025 Chickasawba avenue. -•Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and sons, -.Oscar .Jr., and Fred Whifcten. went 'to Memphis this morning to spend Christmas with Mr. Hardaway. who is ill (.here. the two out of twelve taking the examinations on that date to be accepted and was told that he would be called between then and the first of the year. His instructions to report for training arrived on his 23rd birthday, Dec, 15. He .will motor to Fort Worth on Jan. l. Walls Hospital Mrs. Earl Simmons, Dell, admitted. Hlythcviile Hc.-.piial Miss Marie Wilson, city, dismissed. Freddie-Teaster, Hayti, dismissed Harold Love, city, * ciismisssd. Mrs. Dick Green, Huffman, dismissed. Roy* Lee McKay, city, admitted. Mrs. Mary Ethel Simmons, city. admitted. ••• > Mrs. Ollin Traywick, Caruthersville, dismissed. ; To relieve Misery ;COLDS 666 Salvo Noi>o Drops Cough Drops Try "Kulj-My-Ti«»i".a Wonderful Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're Delicious Ole Hickory Inn YOUR CHRISTMAS FLOWERS 'Orcljids. Gardenias Find beautiful roses await you at Heaton's Hcme of Flowers, and carnations of the best. * Everything for your Christmas table decoration. Poinsettas, cut and in pots, all ace-orate;,, from OCc up. Cyclamen. Begonias. Christmas Cactus, Blooming Kalanchais and many novelty gift arrangements. See our beautiful wreaths for the cemetery. Kolly and Evergreen in bulk. HEATOK'S HOME OF FLOWERS Charks Suilenger To Join Cadet Air Corps OSCEOLA. Ark,. Dec.-:23.-L-Charles , H. Suilenger. son of Mr. and Mrs. \ C. E. Suilenger, will leave Jan. l ' for Hicks Field, Fort Worth, Tex., j to begin training in the Cadet : Plying 'Corps. j Charles, accompanied by Mrs. j Suilenger. went .to Belleville, 111.. I two months ago for the purpose j of. taking examination f or (,i lc aviation service. He \va.s one of Yarbro News Have'Christmas Tarty Mrs. E. B. Lloyd and her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Bunch, were host- essej; to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Yarbro Methodist church, for a Christmas party Wednesday at the Lloyd home. •The 28 present- included four guests. The program was opened with the singing of Christmas carols. Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth was leader of the program, the .subject of which was "The Birth of Jesus." Mrs. E. H. Crook offered grayer followed with a devotional from Matthew and Luke given by Mrs C. E. Goddard. FURNITURE Leaving town & selling this furniture ridiculously cheap—one piece -if all. f . -piece walnut bedroom* suite. Breakfast table & chairs. Twin 'led.s & chest drawers. Davenport, 'hairs & Ottoman. Porch g-ider. 'able & chains. Two 9x12 "rtns. •everal small rugs, small stands, ables, mirrors, pictures, utensils, •hades, curtains, drnues, lamps. r lc. .'•> n-uiccc Kolid cak dining •-u.Jtc <S: 4-piece blond maple boct- rom suite, with box springs'& best grade mattress. These two suits latest style & nearlv new. LTtre" rny none other as beautiful m Mi?s. Co. Shown by appointment Wed.. Thurs.. Fri., Sat. & Sun. Phone 299 or inquire 701 W Ash. appy New Year rp, , I he- New York Store • t her daughter. Mrs. G C Hill Hawks, ciurin, the Christmas hoi- j Aftel - gift . had been distributed. - Colin nnnaio • (, j- , ' the hosLessej: served fruit .salad onnouglas, is spencbng the with cake and candy. After-Christina 3 Bia D THURSDAY Sale w Year J3.isj>Jayc(j t All Sales Cash No Lay-A way ' '-'';'• v J. jNo Approval^ Furniture Co. ". Everj- pair of Fall Dress | Shoes by ; —Vitality i — Tweedic » * — ^Johnson, Stephen. Schinkle At this season of the year it is our desire to show our appreciation and express our thanks to our customers and friends for the. business entrusted to us during' the year 1940. We're never too busy to'say "Thank You 11 to our patrons nor are we ever too busy to-give complete and careful attention to everyone who comes to this bank. But at the year-end the officers, directors, and members of oar staff feel a strong urge to express a very special "Thank You" to cover the whole year and to go to all the friends whose patronage and good will have meant so much,to the success of this bank. So we are sending you this sincere message of appreciation to let you know what is in our Hearts. We also wish to extend our greetings for the New Year which we hope will bring you' many blessings. a President. The Farmers Bank.& Trust Co

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