The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 1, 1937
Page 2
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PAGE TWO Caruthersville Society — Personal Jolly Nine Entertained Miss Pauline Hnmr» entertained her two (able club and one satsl. Mrs. Sam DIcte-scm of Greenville, Miss., ut. her home Monday evening. High score prize, ft box" of . assorted Cluisttnas cards, went to Mrs. Ralph Ooodiii. Mrs, Sain Dlckcrson cut for consolation anil received ~n linen sixjrts liandkcr- clilcf. 9 • ? Observe Mother's Ilirlhda> Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clrlgary gave .a talfel .supper" last Friday evening at their apartment in honor of Mrs. Grigory's mother, Mrs. John Hosier, wliosc btrthOny JD!) on Iliat day. The Hosier children ana Miss Pauline Janes. Mrs. Mike Meroney and Maurice Maliu were guests. 464 Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Movyan of Blythcvlllc. Ark., siienl the week • ciid in this city as guests of flielr gran/ldaughter. .Mrs. .Gene "Brown and-'family.- They 'returned, to lily- theville Tuesday afternoon. Sid Henry Is seriously HI at his lioijit in this city. Mrs. J.'E. Gieeu o5 Memphis .•:|:ent the 'Thanksgiving holidays '. In this city. She visited with her ton*' J. E. Orecn and Mrs. Green and '-with her sister-in-law. Mrs. \V. P. Robertson. Mr.-'and Mrs. D.,K. Hudson of the Peach Orchard community left last Friday for Miami, Fla. They ilcw to Miami in Mr. Hudson's pltyie and hi! expects to enter his plans in Ihe air races being hold 'there during li'.e next ten.days. Sirs. George L. Dycus and Mrs. Clyde Bailey drove to Memphis Friday where they attended the Cliristmas parade. >lrs. Lois Baker has been ill (or revcral days at, her home 'on Bust Seventh street. Miss Virginia Maude Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Campbell, entered (he Methodist hospital in Memphis Saturday for an appendectomy. Mrs. Campbell Is.' wltb her daughter and states that- Virginia Maude Is getting nldng nicely. Mrs. Bill Vickers, the former Miss -Irene Taylor, entered the Poplar Bluff Hospital 'Thursday afternoon for an-appendicitis operation. She is improving nicely. ' : OS pi. and Mrs. J. M. Cannon returned Monday afternoon from' West Point. N. Y.. 'and Philadelphia. Pa., where they had spent 'the Thanksgiving holidays with (Seir ton, Joe, a student nl Hie United States Mllitmy Academy,, m West Point, ; .#"<-,.-•?••' Mr.' and Mrs." Rnrdol Mead ftnci son ami Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Green and Km .spent Thauksgtviugfeflay In i'tEennett. Tliey were Btiests''or Mr, Mead s mother, Mrs R V Mead; Mr. and Mrs.. W. N. Momtt ol Kokomo. lud,. -' who spent Jhe Thanksgiving holidays with their daiigliter-in-laR' nnd 'grand children, Mrs. Sybil Moffitt and family;'returned to their home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hnrpcr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pillow of Hayii nnfl MIES Ena MatlhewK of Por • tageville. Mo., spent Sunday after- liooii .in Bl.vtlievHIe. Mrs. Joimuic Garrclt and Miss ,DoroUij> Ward spent Monday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James Hazel anrt little daughter of Slkeslon .spent the:-week end in .this city. They visitctl with .relatives. Dr. nnd Mrs. Harry Baker and . tlaughtcr,- Dcmclra 'Ann, - spent. Tlianksgiving and the week end with relatives of Dr. Baker, in Hanlsburg, III. They returned tiome Sunday. . I Mr. and Mrs. John Gaddy. and Mrs. Violet Ncwsom and daughter, Dpiolhy, returned Sunday nflw- noon from Mnrlanna, ArSt.. where they had spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson nnd family. 1 Mrs. Mea Bosworth spent Thanks- ' Hiving In Cairo, III,, where she! vi-'lted with relatives and friends. ' Slie relumed home SaturdBy even- lug. ' • ' Miss Maltie Sue Curtis lelt Friday morning for Memphis, Tcim., where she met a parly from Nashville, Tenn, The group left Memphis that afternoon for Clnrkc- ilale. Art/.. Miss Curtis lias spent Ih? past ten : days here visiting with friends and relatives. Mrs. Sam Dickerson and ilaush- (era, Doris June nnd Summit; Leah. of Greenville. Miss,, have i>rrlvcd to spend two weeks with her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. Mr. nml Mrs. Zahn Wells of ncihlstndt spent. Ilic Thanksgiving holidays in.; this city wllli her pnithts. Mr* find Mrs. Ernest- Long. BLYTnEVILLE v (ARg.> COUBIER New Libertf/ Mr. nnd Mrs. Pierre Cfint! re- lumed lo their homo at Carthage, Mo., Sunday after a week's visit Midi Mrs. Grlgu's sister. Mrs. f«. L. Marshal^ and family. Relatives who were here to attend Ilic funeral of R R. Hill were his tivo broilers. John and James Hill; brother In law. J. C. Ed.flns;: livo nephews, James Hill jr.,- or F.iyeltovillif. TciUi,, and Jiunes Eddlns jr., of Winchester, Tcnn.; and Ross Marshall of Poplnrville, i Miss. They returned to their homes Sunday..'Mi; und Mrs. Wi A. Wrcnn nn.1 daughter. Willie nay. of Niisli-' ville, Tenn.. and Miss Nurnlinc Wrenn of Dlckson. 'Tenn. were week end guests of Mr. and Mi-s. P. B. Jarrntt and family. Mr. mi t j Miss Wrcnn are brolher and sister of Mrs. Jarratt. (,, Mr. nn-J Mrs. John Decn ol Hornersville. spent Thniiksglvtnu with Mrs. Dcen's [larcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Armaiitront and fninlly.. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. -w. Epperson ami sons, Jimmy and Joel, of Leachvillc. spent tlic week end here with relatives.. ,,-., : Museum Crowds Admire Medieval Gothic Altar PHJLADELPHIA. lOP)_A 14)'i ccntmy French Gothic nllnr. - anonymous gilt to the Pennsylvnmi Museum of Art, excited consider-' &t!e comment here as crowds Hock to view it in the museum clialwl. The'altar came from Nrtrroy in Ihc Vosgcs region cf France. It is composed'bf. three columns with . lvv M R , t i..:K!iUff£ and. leu'fy copit.ils suuporfcihg.i tho- molded slab rn i ( ?P;., The, original 'crosses ol consecration, cut \vlili n chisel, AVC preserved on tho top of Ilic sta'j, while below, [he main body of the] ultar is surmouiilcrt with six pointed (u-ches of finely traced Gothic design, . QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry al all linn's. 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