The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 3, 1937
Page 3
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1337 BI.YTHEVILLR. (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Varied Christmas Lighting JELL OF 1E1J[ JOY Christmas Decorations Cal 1 For Imagination And Christmas Spirit By NEA Service If you want your holiday house lo look an though It, belonged on :, Christmas card, have it aligh! within and without. Som'oemes' bus no place In the gayest season til the year. The principle Idea In outside Christmas lighlin» is to make the most of your, Women with Imagination no longer string colored bulbs on a front yard sprucr and call it Christmas. They are mixing Imagination ivith lighting —and the result Is as charming as n Walt Disney version of Christmas. If you live - in a house with gables, try outlining 'the gables and corners with lighted festoons, Strings of outdoor lights are used for this purpose 1 , and if you wish, the wiring of the lamps can bf concealed by evergreen roping. A .simple way to light a whole hcuse is by hiding a few flood lights behind shrubbery, and directing them toward the house whose windows are made gay with holly wreaths. Holly wreaths are .significant a« well as beautiful when" shaped in a triangle, tlic points of which represent tlic Trinity. Tlic center of the triangular wreath if round, signifying the Interminable ciicli of eternity. Holly on Table l-'or Centerpiece A holly wreath makes a beautiful centerpiece for the Christ- mas table when candles are set ir. Hie wreath itslf and lighted. If you are giving a Christina.* parly put a holly boulonniere for each guest on a silver tray in your entrance hall, and see' thai eacli person who enters your house wears a spray. Bringing out the beauty of your house as a decorative scheme'ap- plies 'to the inside as well as tr Ihc outside. A built-in bookshcil a small table in the hall or living room, or a- mantle erm be made a Christmas beauty spot. You'll want a tree, of course— whether there are children In your house or not—and you miglv fry lighting ft with a combinatior nf amber5-'-_yellow, and^white hlllba i*3M,e'5t1 t .Js ..beautiful* am a p!«w)ng Jchange iro~nv ; tne'con- KloitieraUon of mil the •,rainbow hues used for-so many years. And do have it near a window, so that passers-by can share its beauty. White or Silver Decorations Or you might prefer a .mow- white tree lighted with all blue bulbs and hung with real pine oones which have been silvered <you can easily do it yourself) with aluminum paint. Pine cones, left their natural blown, can be used effectively with holly and branches of unj kind of evergreen. A mantle banked to the ceiling with pine branches seems to bring Christmas righl inside a .living room. Red candle? In brass candelabra make a bright spot against such a background of greenery. If you have money to spend you can buy decorations for making your home gay for the holiday seasn. But if money is limited you can work out your ow n decorations—jiist as gay with very, little cost, and with much real fun. Most of us never get loo grown-up to get a kick out ol planning and working 'to make the Christmas season the gayest merriest, brightest time of thi year. r<i i nr School NeWS ~ I i Royal Arch Masons Has Narrow Escape In I l I I 1 I & * B-tl , I „ _ _ r VAGE HIGH SCHOOL 'i'u Have l!an<|Ufl nmitin) banquet uiven Hold Annual Election OIllcois for the coming your for the foolbnll boys and sponsored by the Rod 1'cpper club of Blytheville high school will be held hi Ihc Blue lioom of Hotel NoMe, Friday nlghl, December '1, nt 7:30 o'clock. 1'iriU'h flub Studies l-'aninus Trench YVtinu'u The French Club begun its study of famous women in French his- lory at it.s meeting Wednesday, November 2-t. During the meeting j disi nsslons wore given about the life diameter, nml influence of ! that on the third floor was spon-1 vlm> '"It'drd for tho Hoynl Arch sored by Hie Merry Mnroons [Masons when tho group met lusi L. " jiilglit nt the hull. Ivy W, Cruw- Classwork llrsunifii Monday j f " ri1 wus cleclnd High Priest, The small table with a mirror hung above :ighled vase filled with silver polnscttlus. jraduatcd height and a tray of Christmas plete the picture. is a perfect cpot for « Three lighted topers in csrds from friends com- Hornersville Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Sanders drove to Mnrble Hill Wednesday. Thursday, accompanied by Mr. Sanders' mother. Mrs. C. A. Sand- trs, they St. Louis, where they were guests of Miss Marion Sanders until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sloan and daughter were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sloan of Colltcrvillc, Tcnn. Miss Kathrine Anderson had as her week end guests. Miss Blanche L Hayes of Cardwell. and Miss Ja' nie Harslman. of St. Louis. Mrs, Elbcrt Duncan and son £/elbcrt Berch. left Monday for Huntlngton Park. Calif., lo make their home. Miss Kitic Adkins entered nurses training at the Blythevillc hospital Saturday. Mrs. Louis Denning and children of Carbondalc, 111., arrived SPECIAL Merchants /• f\ Plate ZllfO Lunch TVV HOTEL NOBLE "Where Ilospltallly Is » Reality." Monday. (lie wcli's 25-20, for son. cliisswork was resumed November 29, following of holidays November elected KIHB; \,. If, Awry, Scribe; Leslie K. Jluker, Nrw 1'reiirh llouks Addrd lo the Library Sixteen new 1-Yenc.h Ixxiks were ttdd«l to tlie Ulylheville hluh .sc'liool libniry last week according to Miss Amy BnVvy. librarian. The books ure: "I,n 'niche du retll Pierre." Citierber; two copies of '"" ' ' of I last; Jack Pinley Hob hisnii. 1'rinclpnl Sojonrner; t). i). llyiils, Itoynl Arch Ciiptiiin; \v. J. I'ollnrd, lieiismn; l-'loyd A, Willie KiTrt'lnry; n, L. \\ urnfllt |))||-<| veil; II, A. Greemvuy, lireona veil; lliir- bcrt J. Clrlffin. veil; ""•> l-owlc isnn , , H8 ' l «H«»nl forests In the dn V''" l ' (l Klu( « roiiiiiln mure than 00 1> " 1))k ' ''""'I' Bi'oniKl.v. UrniiiiHI(|ues" mils and Hondo. The Htd I'epper club presented Accident Late Thursday Mrs. William Lnwshe nnrrowly r.stnppil Injury \vhrn her env ovci- lurned nt Hie comer of Wulntii nnd Hevenlh Mreel yesterday ar- Icrnooii when l(. SVHS slrnck by a truck driven by lioy .Sintil), ol MO. 'nie ear was u«ed but the truck hud only it sllcht (Inuingi*. Smith was ttolng norlh on Sei/- entli street and Mrs. Uiw.she wn» golitK west on Walnut :,ln-ci when Ihc ncchlciil oirurj'i'd. The iruck struck the. rnir of the cur, uini- hi!t it nvi'r onto the .curb. 'I'iic lux'): driver Is employed l>y ||, c. Kinyun. of Koslikonong, lieiul <;inirlc r News Wniu Ads. (o niiike additional money tor its banquet. The pro- v.-ns ns follows: n song and dance, "Rod Sails Jn the Suiwet" by Marry Carter Farr nnd Dana WuiKleiHcli; song. "Passing IJy", Herman Cross Poscy accompanied by Mi--s Mary Eminn Hooit; tin- personation of Mae West by Don Wilhelm; sonu, "Tlie Low Road" by Todd Harrison; livo [jlano se- lec-ticns— "Sheep oud Oc/.ils . to the Pasture" and "Sweet Geor- (jln Brown" by Mi ss Kudieryn Oreiir; imjitrsonatioii of Martha Hnye by Wynette Shepherd; read- Ins;. "A Modern Little Girl's Story of Little Red .' Riding Hood" b> Mildred Mnir; dunce bv Uen San de;s and Hon Williehn. Monday, N'o- vembi-r 29, by practice ol C'hitsl- iiuis carols. The assembly period was dn-otod lo the singing ol ciirol.s Uj' the members of the sui- clent boily uiuh-r the direction ol Mrs. Fnrmcr England.' special requesi, Mrs. England "The l)cl)s". asiiiniiiii, n)l i.slnnd o f 26.000 wniure miles, Is located 150 miles off the const of Australia. In spite of Us tenipenitc climate, the culture or the aborlRimU Inhabitants flic beauty of this house is brought out by outlining the details wii.i Jestcons of lights. Tlie wiring Is concealed by. evergreen roping. Blx lighted trees and candles HI the windows ndd to the bhize-of light. rv.esday for a two weeks' visit- Read vith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 31-arlcs Wliitworth. [ Mr. and Mrs. Ro^er Maiming inn daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Tciu B. Kinsolving spent Thanks-j living in Cape Oiriirdeati us the juests of Dr. and Mrs. Robert am. . ! Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pagan spent rhonksgiving at Jonesboro with Mrs. Chuirtic? Barnett: Clyde Tinnin, who is attending' rollegc in Columbia. Mo..- spent' he week end with his parents.) v!r. and Mrs. Harvey Temiin. ' Alva • Ford of Flint, Mich., .was :he gi:est of his parents, -Mr! uid Mrs. John Ford. Thanks- living, i . Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cararo. of| St. Louis, were week end guests '>f Mr. and Mrs. Sanford K. Hut- In. Mfes Corthn - Langdon, who is' Ittending the University of Mis-! iouri at Columbia, spent the week :nd here with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rtiffiit. E. S. Langdon of Amarilio, Tex., ; s visiting Mr .and Mrs. Edwin Langdon. Courier News Want Ads. Weeds Hitch Hiking WINNIPEG. (UP)—Hitch-hiking .veccis arc causing George Batho, Manitoba government weed commissioner, n load of grief. New varieties are appearing in the ;rovince from seeds brought here in transient's packs, according to Batho. STRAIGHT MUREDN WHISKEY THIS WHISKEY n I VEAftS 3 MOKTHS OLD 90 »ROW H1RSCH DISTILLING COMPANY ,;. BISRDSTOWN. pTyCKV- .- HEREISYOURCHANCE BUY ONE OF THESE REPOSSESSED CARS FOR THE BALANCE DUE liKlfi CHEVROLET Master Town Se- COQ7"" dan. Heal clc^m car, good tires yU«f I 193-1 CHRVROLET Master Coach. Hot water heater. Tires like new, Motor .A-l 193fi G.M.C. Tick-up Truck. Looks and runs like new. New tires ]<m CHEVROLET Pick-up Truck. Driven only •1,000 Miles. This is a CAOft 0 '" real buy ^TwO Kasy G.M.A.C. Payment Plan TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. OPEN NMGHTS & SUNDAYS PHONB r.33 Itrd 1'cppers, Merry 31:uouns S|i(im-«r Candy. Sale 't'he Red Peppers nnd Merry Maroins sponsored a candy sale at hijjli scliool Tuesday, November :iO. r nie sale of candy on the first tntl second Iloor was the lowest of known peoples. 666 under the Try Liquid, Tablets Salve. Nose Drops all moderui check* i COLDS 1 i FEVER first day direction of the Red -Peppers, and Headache, 3d mlnulrs, 'Itilb-My-TIsm"-Win ill's Ill's I l.inlmenl ARKANSAS & MISSOURI FARM & CITY LOANS Low Interest Rates Easy Payments-Long Terms closing Kcrvlce of any loan compiiny In these 1 stutCK, FLORIDA BROS. & CO. , 1.1 fe IriKiirnnce • - Fire Insurance Investment Swim'tic*' OSCKOLA. 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