The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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PAGE TWO JBLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUKIEp NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS . Wednesday club moots with Mrs. Baker' Wilson. Ladies' Bible Study meets with Mrs. W. M. Austin, 317 East Davis, 2:30 o'clock. Executive board of Junior-Senior' P. T. A. meet? 2:30 o'clock at high school; regular meeting ot 3 o'clock., Chapter "D" of P. E. O. to have luncheon 1 o'clock at- home of Mrs. C. W. Aftlick. THURSDAY'S. EVENTS MfcMVcek eltib meets with Mrs. W. L. Horncr. Thursday Bridge club meets -,vi:h Mrs. U..H. .Moore. , . Thursday. Contract club meets with Mrs. pj W. McCutclicn. Thursday : Aiiei:noon club meet 1 , with Mrs." A. T. Cloar. Thursday .Luncheon club IIV.T uitli Mrs. A. G. Little. Euxiness . women's circle of ;hr- First .Methodist Church to liavt Christinas,, party and supper U o'clock, at church. Business- Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church meets 7:31' o'clock, with Miss ZA\ ,Cri 1037 West. Walnut. . FRIDAY'S EVENTS .£tsted meeting of O. E. S. hall, 7:30 o'clock. The Elnnvood Cemetery Association mJots with Mrs. Leslie Moore on Highway 18, 2:30 o'clock. Executive board • ol Woman's club lo have luncheon 1 o'clock «t cltiu. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia J Bits of News Mostly Personal Orchestra Give Will Program At School \Veilnesday C. W. Alflick v.vut ' to loth 5 .",' 'iVhcrc thi'v met 1 Jame.s Robert QUjnije ami his Chamber Orchestra STi present .1 prci'i-am Omorrov,- nWerncon .vt 1 o'clock at tlie high school auditorium. fi.'om:ore<l by the sehocls cf tin- dlv. (iillrtt: 1 jjlays an cleciric organ : Ahull is combined' with tin.- i?n ii::'.t:uircms of his orclit'slni. I 'I In- pr^rani opens with j r ivhfstra and oruan playini! ... ".-iiifi.-nla" by Jrliiimi ciifiMi:iit! llom|1 ville ' Dud Cason Post To Hold Meeting Tonight Tlic Dutf Cfl-son Post of lite American Legion will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Hut, Captain lion Sccvell, actor, who is appearing on t w o programs in Blytheville till* week, will speak. At the Hospitals Miss Ruby Uroivn was removed home yesterday from the BlS'thc- ville hospital, Mrs. M. D. Heed, of Loaehvillc. was dismissed from the Blytheville .| 10 : hospital yesterday. Vernon Marr was re-moved to his from the Blythc- will i-e followed bv • W. 31. S. Elects Officers for 193H Sirs, Fred Hannu vvss elected "Is lie smart? Sayl lie's :ilmui\ nssuwrt as 1 11111.'.' "Well, don't be discounted, Chuck—lie's itill just ;Vpuj>." tor the workers' ccimcil to be hcW t'nnJuy afternoon to await posses- 'president- of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Methodist Church when it met yesterday \;\t the church. Other officers elected were Mrs. E!U>!i W. Kirby. first, vice president; Mrs. A. O. Hudson, .second vice president; Mrs. Jesse Taylor, recording secretary; Mrs. Rilcy B. Jouer, coiTcsponding secretary; Mrs. Charles. L. Wylie, treasurer; Mrs. Max B. Reiil. local treasurer; Mrs. L. L. Hnbencr, superintendent I af mission and Bible study; Mrs.j Hnr/y Klrby, chairman of cliris-' tinn social relations; -Mj-s. L, .E. Old. chairman ot publicity; Mrs. E. J. Browne, supply ctinlnnttn; Mrs. -W. D. McCIttrkUi, World Outlook chairman; and Mrs. Grnham Sudbury, baby special chairman. Thq.^clection lollowed the pro- at clmrcti Tuefi'ifty. Occ committee was appointed outline the At noon ('.as served. s'on of ifce home here which will tn be available- within a few weeks. year's pyoguim. covered dish lunch Fifteen \vcre present. I'-liillipi lor a fi»,>: ilays, Mu-. .1. A. Lcc-ch Is in u's today. Maricn Williams. Jciyv Wiiit. 1 end Hoy Kcl.yon ar; in Little Re:. 1 ! Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Long and Mrs.'Marshall Field were in Memphis yr.s- tcrday. Mr. and Mrs. Long remained there until tonight while th? others letui-r.ed l-.itt night. Mrs. D. Simmon:) has rclumei. hrme from Little Rock, where sr.c visited friends for a few days. She accompanied Mr. aiul Mrs' R L Baker. Misses Kathryii Grear and Anita Eimckc-. George drear and Mitcli- ell Best were iis Memphis Sunday niKtit lu hcur Duke Ellington and his band. Mr. ami \ir-i. Guthriu Klny were in Mempris yesterday. Betty Adams, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Adams, i s sick frotn influciua. Jane Morris, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Harvey Morris, has recovered from an attack of appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. John Morrow. Mrs, W. O. Collins and daughter. Miss i Dorothy Collins, alj of Memphis, I were iveek end guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frisby. Mrs. Doyle Henderson is improving from an illness of influenza. [ "I rir third number will !•-• one "f' ''^'m^^ from | Mr. Gillette's ccmDOiiticns .Jntiti,''il! lu ^' ii:1 , ! , Sunday. 'T:ir::i;i-aphs from l.ctirr.-, ' ' "' Blytlievtllc wns removed TUESDAY, DECIiMBEH 7, mi the Blytheville hospital ye.stcrday] Tlie origin of corn is n riddle in a Cobb ambulance. j TIicr c Is some evidence Hint it come i niclmrd Limbaii»h Reed, of Hrag. ] flo "i Hie South American uplands, gadocio. who broke his leg in a fall uut '"C wlltl ancestor plant never several elnys ago. was removed to ' lns been found, his home from th c Blytheville hos- \ pital yesleraay. Mrs. Lilly McMulliu was taken t'rom her home to thc Blytheville | :ics»it,il this morning in a Cobb I ambulance. ' John H. Franklin, of CarutlU'i'o- viUe. is in tlie Memphis Baptist Moved Around Corner In Same Building Next (o Ellis' Implement <>. MADDUX Harness Shop Fikml." A stvinsj quinU't furnis'i- ' [ourlh number m,,, number , a .0,0 [X'iiu>ns writien for the oi'san and ci^i'n combined. Frcciecls from the recital will b." II.SK! to defray the expenses of tiic er.iertainci-s. 'the lowest temperature ;a the ; North Poie Ls 60 degree.-, IHwv > ' r.ihrcnheit. a i » ^ I.: W-' i Osccola Society' —> Personal With Mrs. Berryman Mis.'G.. B. Scgravcs' fie-clcclci! Mis. O. U. Segravcs was )•»elected proficient of thc Methodist society at their Insi .•ccliyleiiuu Auxiliary Meets , ; Mrs. Ouy Driver was hostess to [ Circle one of the Presbyterian Aux- Mary in her country home yester- _. ~ ~" (by afternoon. Mrs. V. D. Oliver B. ail« P, W. Club .Meets ivas leader of a program on Chris- Can Education and Ministerial Re- I'cf. "O Little Town of Bethlehem." was suns as a solo by Mr:;. Guy Driver. Mrs, Gertrude Derc- vigc of Memphis was it guest. I ! racllcnily thc same program was jc.inied out in t!:c home of Mrs. i I:. J. Ilule wlierp Circle t\v<> met. Mrs. E. L. Tiilliafcrro. chairman, conducted the business .session nt business meeting of the year In j v-'hich plans were m-.r.le for the church parlor yesterday attcr-j Christmas program to be given at. noon. F.lcctcd to tervu with were-, vice-president. Mrs. L, her I l'.12 church the W. C.-.rKtmus Day. week gram .'.When Mrs. J. D. Barfc.sdale I Walters; conference treasurer, Mrs.! led the devotional and Mrs. A. O. j E. W. Potter; rccor;lii;« secretary, j ''.a'.'e Si|trtre.'c — thc business session when] Mrs. Almn Morrison; ct>rr?jpoml-; Aieunil iv;o liumireil ueopli the commiUes chairmen rc|»rtetl j Ing sccrctra^. Mrs. j. L, Glascoe; j Guests of the Calvary Episcopal over [local 'Hie Business and Fvo.'."es;i:i!al I Women's club lirld its regular mcnlhly supper n^e?ting tit the home of Mrs. William Berryman last night "jvhcn MUs Marie Har- nisli ami Mrs. Winifred Reynolds were co-hostesses. / i The .-esijnail::i5 cf Mrs. Onr- latKi Morgan and Mrs. c. If. King ""••t nc:rated an;l Miss Cora L«t preceding Coleman was appointed cQrrespona- ing s?crct?u: to Ml the uncxptred term cl Mi-s. Morgan. ' There were 12 present. Plan Annual Fireman's Bly'heville hos|iital last nlgat CHRISTMAS Cemetery Wreaths •Sue our beautiful i-ol- lut'lion of Wreaths & make your selection wliilft the line is complete, You will want one for the grave of your loved one Christmas. eaton's Home of Flowers ]<;. DAVIS ST. J'HONE that the circles had raised 5800 for the building fund. treasurer, Mrs. A. S. Rogers; at their third annual Square committee clmtrmen: sup- Dane? given in the Progressive New Year's Eve Ball setectc.d yes-' l >" mltsloi Roman's 511s-! Taylor, jr.; plies. Mrs. n. M. Stovnll; publicity,!(hit Rooms on Friday night. Mrs. Mia. J. P. Reinmtllcr; special ser-j'-i'uce Ivy called t.-.e ligurcs in hl=es. Mrs. Claude Thomasoii; j l^e old-fashioned way. i World Outlook, Mrs. E. L, Moriar- mkslon study, Mrs. D, Prcct Bible ituiiy. Mrs. R. U. Spiritual life. Mrs. H. ; "A". "U-', W. St. U. Circles Utofganiictl for Year. Circle members iscvc changed nnd 'their chairmen terday when the Woman s ,nis-i • slcnary Union of the First Bap-; M=rehe:wl; tlst Church met nt the church i "• Jones: chairman circle yesterday afternoon. j Ml 's. W. B. Fianuagiii; circle Mia. Leslie Moore wns marlc j Mrs - c - M - Harwell, ch'alrir.aii of circle 1, Mrs, Wai-) Tlie k-ssoi) from tl)e ter Bishop of Circle 2, Mrs. Johni Uvrnty-third Psalm wus given by Buchanan ol Circles. Mrs. Hoy i Mrs. G. tlarbell Banks, after Head of Circle 4. and Mrs. .Key | which r^e gave several chapters In Hunt of Circle 5. ! Dr. Henry C. Link's book. "Thc The meeting was opened with] Return to Religion." a prayer by thc Rev. Alfred Car-! ' • <• penter. Mrs. R. G. Cash led '.he! Mr;, t". L. Coif Rc-clectcd devotional on "Idenl Christians."! Mrs. E. L. Cole was rc-clccrcd and Mrs. Mo;re conducted liic-i as president of the Baptist W. M. business session. 1 U. at the December business meet- Circle 4 served refreshments oi; mt; held at H K . church yeslerdny Mrs. Plans are being made for the third annual Firemen's Ball, to be licld at the city auditorium, or. Ne'.v Year's Eve. Thi,s event is planned each yea; Alma Uowrn entertained C.nrclyu Hofe Spiese and Ev» Joe '. by membeis of the Bl.vthfiille'fiH Dtllnhunly at a birtliday dinner • department who us? the proceeds for the firemen's pension and sick benefit fiir.3. Tickets will be on .vile ai .-in jefterday in honor of her daughter Jeatutte's fourth birthday. will mnrk the year of Mrs. iinrt during organization. taketl apples with ivhippeci cream,jaftci'iiooi crackers and colfee. j fburtri successive 0 * * I Cole':; To Give One-Act Play. The Girls' Auxiliary of the Pilot Serving' with Mrs. Cole will be Eapti-st Church will prrscut an'lfit vice-president. Mrs Kdii origlnnl one-act play Wednesday: Tucker; second vics-pr'osidcnt night on the life cf Lottie Mooii.'Mrs. John A. Edrington: Kcers- .1 rnissionary from Virginia, who^Bry. Mr*. Clem liowen: treasui-ei-. lost her. life on ChrUtmas eve in'Mrs, Leonard Pcivlergrast: Ciinir- a Chinese - harbor. The play will man of siaiidino committees are- be given at. the church, keginnlm; \ Mission study. Mr.-.. R n Jones- at 7:3£ o'rtock. , Stsw.-trtiship. Mrs. F. R. Tomrjimis' Eighteen,.girls: will take part in: Pnsonnl service. Mrs. <;« Mai- thc play.:\vhich has. three scenes.' tin; Literature. Mr;. W. T. TooJe; The proceeds Ircm thc play will! Hospital supplies, MIS. Prank wtl- tia iisctt. for .foreign mteiuns. | llams; Margarel Fund. Mrs. Hnlc „,... /": ' *• ' Jackson; Trulnlng School, Mrs K Onlliiicsr.ClUMlmas Activities - - - The cxecujivc heart of HIL> Wo-, mans -AiislrtaiyT of the First Pros-- Gcol 't' ( ' Deer: l?oyal byterian cliurch met yesterday ar-| UrB - K - J - ;<(:i11 tcrnociV to outline plans for Chrfslrhas activities. Have IJaliy Kou Dr. and Mrs. George Cone are the parents of a son wctsi'liii; nine pounds, who was born at their horns on Friday niglit. He has tec» named George Mitchell. lla." Bridge Liuichcan Twenty guests enjoyed a b i'mchcon nt the country borne ol Mr. nn:l Mrs. James Driver on Mldny. followed by an alternoon cf bridge. colly date. TOO LA'ft: focTASsFFv '" For Kent 2 comfortable bedrooms, private iliith. Gentlemen prcferreii, 7C1-W or IG1. presidency inul driving all Dr ' nlul Mrs ' J Pal1 ' B!>ild aucl four yoarr, the sorlety has kept its two llnu B nl -'' s . Joan and Barbara, ranking. «s an A-l' oi-Bniiizntion cf D «-->sbiir S . 'Vametsce. arrive;! cf Sunday to be the guests of Mr;.. Iloard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jtim Miller. Di. Baird has retuin- t:l homo but Mis. Baird will remain lor a longer visit. Among those who attended ihe Tcimestee-Olc M.ISS football game in Memp.' Saturday w;>rc Mr. snil Mrs. James Lovcwoll, Mr. nnet Mrs. E, S. Driver aiu[ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippcn. Thc'-ri-.cmbcr.-, plancml -to civc' rcar r <'- K>-;^f.-.; 1 ,...' . h . ->r-n • -\ i.. Crlhficlci; Youni: People's I Counselors are: Sunbeams. Mrs. Ambawaifoi-!-. .n- { - ... Girl's Aux- (hn 'ilt3r.v. Mrs. c. F. Mauley; Young i Women's Auxiliary. Mr.-,. K. A. J. C. EVANS Box lid Htythcvin'f. Ark. District Manager ILr>»II.TON Hanullon D:i:<»ii-ji's Corp. Christmas baskets to medy- m»m- : llrff: Wrs - - - .. ......... in their church and (o work!" 101 ' 1 " D: ":?las. Mrs, William ste with the Goodfcllov-s "throuBh"uVe kul - Mvs - •*• •>• - ..'.".'..'",., church. | co-chnirmeu v.ith the lour circle A Cristmas party was plamicd I Iesulcrs arc Mr - s O. A. lioaers. Dee. 20, when the Auxiliary i' s ' L " on! >«l Pcitdci-grast Mrs J will have a candlelishl «n-icn «t| ?:._ McC ' xlUs - anii ««• '•'• E. Tmnp- four circle chairmen |'. ;...— "' Blackwoo;i. Mrs.j HAS RETURNED TO THE cm for the cliurch. ,;,>,.'**. j .'fj 10 "I' 011 °f the Enlistment V.I). (,. tn ;llcc(. . chairman-. Mrs. Ida Tucker ^how- The tlholt Fletcher chapter r.l ''d foiiilern i:c«- member' lie United DauBhtcrs of the Con-'Ihe past year. brlnrliiK th, tederacy will meet Thurcdny after-i to eigUy-foHr Plans were ddc-| noon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of. Mrs. Marvin Kotinson Mrs. j. H C L en Smclhcriuiin and Mr?j. ;ci'. as co-liostcsscs. Have All l)^< >-(. rU( ,. Tlic \\crmn-. MK 1011.117 Union or the Aimoicl Chuiv-h clostd a vcek of piavci with all day ^crvfcc rridav nt the churdi Mrs n R Gamer, who \vas 113 charge ot the program was as, Sifted , by Mrs. Q c M Patterson, J. B Bishop Mts. *. coilne B'je m\6 Mre. G.. d AAhlcy. , Mrs Tale conducted the business session when plans were mads •or Hi: hut mcelim; i>f il le • year and Clirii/ma-i party in Die liom" ol Mrs ci Florida on Uocnn'oer SO. Junior Christian Warkri..- Meet The Junior clreb of man's Council of the the Wi>- Chrislian M. church met with Mrs. R ,„ Fletclier .vc-sterday aitcrnoon, when I the devotional lesson on Christian! Fellowship was conducted by Mrs 1. C. U. YOUIIE'. Mvs. Eric Fletcher of. Batsetl was a, Scvvlccs tt;ci'e : hcld al the CJiristian, churcii E-\)j)U»y.,l)y ••ilH- new, jn^ot. 'ihf Rny. John ScmKcdie. He wu s ac- companicd by Ills wife. They re-j turned to Jncksoti, Tennessee. GIRLS! EARN MORE! r Increase your income I>v learning a f( N -??"'* A-^* ^'« ^'1 ^^-- *-\^» well paid jirofession . . . you can he a i^) & " licensed iteiutidini uilh six mouths, \v> training .... envoi) n m \- in the '^^ Motlcrn l!f;i!i|y Si-lmi)! Eagle School of Beauty si Jan. (.'ouper Htd \ViiJnul & a Hlvllicville Meeting all State Kctiuii-cnu-iits for ArK;i:!;-;is ;HI,| Missouri. i'rc. INSTRUCTORS Spcrial Coiirso (,„• \n U ;i K J!cn ;tttd Iktrtcrs AVrilc for full details lo ESTER FISHER GIPSON Krcwson Avo. Juitc.sljoro, .\d % . Shorts Adir:i>. ion .Matinee !Cc A- 2llc Admir-sir.r. Night IGc A: :>6c Thurs. HIS PEN WON VICTORIES WHERE AIIM1L5IJAD1AU.IU! Mr/PAUL MUNI ia *''I"hc Life of ({tniJe . ra U - fV«s \(^t - H Matiuir (r^.iur; .Sc:n; •liml Street tvad i'nr! Admission Ahi Finny 'very nisht. M:Ki,,ri- s Kri- j <":'»•. Sutiirrtay ,\ ; Sunrtny Duly, liirt.iy i- .s« .1I:i(iiic : e-i start | -:':'> p.m. Saturday I'nnliinioiu | >:i<min K frnm 1 to I1 : :K) p.m., Nijllt show sl^lrl S:IS p.,,,. | Tue. P L 2 admitted for Cop '. fffif Battle^ gor THESTBEOIA GIFTS/ OUR STORE IS FILLED WITH NEW THINGS FOR CHRISTMAS COME IN AND SEE THEM NOW —MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY FINE TIMEPIECES FOR MEN and WOMEN Wrist Watches for "Her " .00 Wrist Watches for "Him" lltticvii, Elgin, Gnicn and Hamilton wrist watches fur ladies in all the ncn- c:.t models, priced trflm Olher Ladies' Watches S7.50 tt> S15 n LVCL-.V man '.-.-ants a s c ' nat-.h! \Ve suggest oiic' i (liesc now Eulcva, Clgi Giueii or Hamilton «:t Brilliant Diamonds i/:i:tiiiil liii'j M (:; wit Solitaires :r:iuuiui MCIIES set i •Slf) to $250 Beautiful Birthstone , Women Your thoic slono sot 9 D« the Lifetime,Present! < ,) Any Hirlhslonc ... solid (?<)Ul mount in!?, SZ.UU UJ) CHESTS OF SILVER -,1TK I'ATTKHNH— VV-\A.\ CliAUTI). 1S1- of K Virc'.' vilhu- at S7I. C'ln'islnias $59.5!) \VK. OFl'KH YOU (UKTS IN HOLLOW SILVERWARE S»i;;ti' ;ii:t! Cream wls. ,S;)lis ;md I'cpiiei'.-', Gravy Hnats. VcKctal>!e Dishes. l>laiU'i-s. in f:u:i cvvry wanted iti'r.i in Sine liollov.- \v;irrj appropriate f ()1 - holit);iv POPULAR PRICES! YOCR Credit WITH I'S WEEKLY bNEXH YfARI Jewelry and Optical Store

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