The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 8, 1937
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WEDM.5SDAY, DRCKMnRK 8, 1037 W,YTHRVII,LR, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I'AGE TBB&B Social Calendar TH UfiSIM Y'S 15V ENTS Mld-Weck club meets \vllli Mr.;. V/. -I,. Horner. Thursday Bridge rtulj mods \viih Mrs. L. U. iNfoore. Thursday Contract c)ui> mwi. v.lth Mrs. O. W. McCiitclicn. Thursday Afii'mooii chili m<vp v,itli Mrs. A. T. clear. Thursday Luncheon cluli m"('U v.ilJi Mr.?. A. fi. MI i|p. Business women's circle of •, In T-irst Methodist Church In IUM Christmas parly ami .supper 6 ei'clocfc ut rluireh, Women's C'irole ol jhe First Unptist Church incels i:;)fi o'clock with Miss Zola Craft on 1031 West Walnut. 'Die l,itllc Thealer meets in court rooin of city hall, 1:80 o'clock FRIDAY'S EVENTS Stunt night at the li!«h school liudtujriinn. $ o'elo:-!:. Staled meeting of O. 10. R. at Imll, 7:30 o'clock. 'Hie Ebmvoocl Cemetery Association meets with Mrs. Leslie Moorr on Highway 18. 2:30 o'clock. Executive board of Woman's club to have luncheon 1 o'clock at dub. Dorcas Sunday school class of ilic First Baptist, Church meets at the }io>nc of Mrs. T. ft. Shepherd, 405 Lilly. 2:30 o'clock. I FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia • —fr) BY MA sifcvjcr, INC. r. M. dco. u. s. fa. orr.. ('oimlry Club l>ances' Aliiiuutlccd Plans for Ihe" holiday parties to be held at Ihe Country club this Yuletide .season have been announced. Two dances, cabavet . slyle, will be given—one ou Dec. '•'23, and the oilier on Dee. 31. At the first dance, for which Colie Stoltz and his orchestra from Memphis will furnish the music, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lent!, • Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wiinrierlich. Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parr and Mr. and Mrs. D. Fred Taylor jr.. of Osccoln, will be hosts and hostesses. All of the hosts and hostesses for the second have not been selected. Hugh Anderson and his orchestra, of Memphis, will play for this affair which will he attended by a number of out of town guests. As is the custom, the club will have guests nt these affairs. Chapter "N" ••' 1'lans B. I. L. Party , Chapter "N" of P, E. O. met lust night, at the home of Mrs. B. A. ILynch • Afith.-fMiss Alta _Garl!it»- toitas hostess -for n'Wsiness'iSfct- ing,, .V ; . . ,.i5-. ; "/".7.,'vf:-;'•";"''••'. ^ic niembers' planned their B?l. L-. party to be given Dec 17 nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. Ffirmer England will be co-hostess and Miss Allyce Nel- sou is in charge of Ihe program. •5 / * f To Have Supper Party Mr. H. Lynn Wade will be hostess to the Business Women's circle of tb e First Methodist church tomorrow night at fi:30 o'clock- nt the. church at a supper party when Uie guests will exchange Christmas Rifls. which arc not to exceed a '•ast of 25 cents. Mrs. I,, u Hubencr will ivvieu "Mecca and Beyond'' ns r, ])a: -; o) the program. * * * Youiijf Matrons Chih Steels with Mrs. Smart Mrs. Russell I-arr and Mrs. David Wood were suesls of the Yoime Matrons club when it met with Mrs. Murray Smart, vesterdav nf- tenioon. Mrs. I-arr won the guest prb e lundkerchiufs. tmd M rs , j oc Q' Triesclmian won high d,,), P ,.J TC hosiery. Tiic were -wrapped in Christmas paper and tne tallie.5 carried out the holiday motif. Mrs. Smart served n salad course I Tuesday Club Meets Mrs. Harry Kirby entertained th« Tuesday club yesterday with one guest. Mrs. Earl Koonce of Pulton. Mo., of Mrs. E. M Bryan, present. A two course lunch was served at a (jib!p decoraled in a silver blue, and white color j-chc™. Mrs. w. D. Chamblin had high score and Mrs. C. R. Babcock second high. * » :» I>au£ht<T Born A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rcven Creecy. of Osccola. at the Memphis Baptist hospital \cs- terday. « * * Has I.nuchcon for .HISS ,>iargarei HCCK Mrs. Meyer Grabcr enfertnined ( with a luncheon bridge and linen , shower Tuesday for Miss Margarcl Keck, who will marn- Don Smith on Dec. 27. The guests were seated at a table decorated with polnseltias and red topers. Place cards of cellophane calla lilies Indicated, the scaling arrangement for the in present. DR. WEBB HAS RETURNED TO THE CITY ...And do n't irv ride for half fare." Bits of New* - Mr. mid Mrs, jc.we suit, will s;o Ki liiiton Kouge, l,a., tomorrow lo allt'iid the meeting of the Central Scnillwo.stpni Hotel GITH('!•*• iissocinllou of which Mr. Sdtt is SCl'l'lllj; lll.s M'CUIJll U'l'dl (IS prc.sUk'iil. U'o Wnrrlngton jr., was in Little noL-k yesterday, having nccomim- iilo<l .Mnyur Mnrion Wdllains, Hoy Nelson anil Jesse W. wiilte there. D. Simmons, thought Mrs,. Grater turkey Hmch. served a livo course j I lie windows, tile Manger scene nr- ' ranged by Mrs. J. L. OlaJcoe, and ! Miss Helen Alice Sternlierg won j u Christmas tree from which citls | high score prize, lingerie, nntl Mrs. i were distributed by Mrs. A. F J. W. Adams jr.. won second, inacll- Spiese and Mrs. Bob Cromcr era napkins, in the bridge games. ; Out of town guests were Mrs. L. , W. Walters, of Osceola, mint of Miss Keck, and Mrs. Ell shamski. j of Caruthersville. Mrs. Orabcr's mother. . t Society Osceola Personal j Progressive Club Heats Ur. Maisfy On Prenatal Care | The United States leads nil civ- \ ilizetl nations ot the world in j tfeu.fhs from childbirth. There arc j 80,900 .'.till births n year In this country' Another 75,000 die in'the lint mouth of life. These startling facts and the | contributing canse.s were given by | Or. L. D. Mnssey in an address to l the Progressive Club yesterday ! afternoon, as the principal feature Df a program on Public Welfare, arranged by Mrs. W. L. Moore, .-hailman of this department. Physical examination of all parties contemplating marriage, TTi'cnatal care, and the birth of children in the home in preference to .the hospital, except in emergency cases, were a lew of '\'c suggestions offered by Dr. Masscy. Attention was called lo the fact that the south half ol the country has a fiilltime graduate nurse whose specific duty is prenatal advice ami care, but due to the lack of education in this I line among the musses of white l.iiul colored population, few calls J have been received by her. Following Dr. Massey's address, plans were discussed for an ad- :lress on this subject to be given here on December 20, by Dr. Whil- .icre. Professor of Obstetrics at the University of Chicago, and member of the staff of the Chi- :.ieo Lying-iii Hospital, to which all women and young girls of the county are invited. The place of meeting will lie announced next \vcek. An entertaining feature of the program was the solo. Ah. Sweet Mystery of Life, .sung by Mrs. G. Hartsill Banks, accompanied by Mrs. D. R. Wcrtz. Mm. E. H. Burns. Mrs. G. Hartsell Banks and Mrs. Robert. Sum- ncrs were received ns new members. The Club Collect, which may be. said lo be the clubwoman's creed. \vns sung to her original musical arrangement by Mrs. John Edrington. Tiic clubrooms presented a Yutctido atmosphere with Christmas lights, stars, frosted cotton in Hostesses were Mrs. George, Abrey. Mrs, Hale Jackson. Mrs. | J. L. Glnscoe, Mrs. Edward Se-' graves, Mrs. George Deer, Mrs. W. L. Moore, nnd II. F. Ohlendorf. j j Mrs. S. L. Gliitiish has as her! I guest her aunt, Mrs. W. H, Murryj \ of Memphis. • i Mrs. John Siilleuger of Willow! I Springs. Mo., is the guest of Mr. 'ami Mrs. Charles E. Snllenger. ' Mrs. R. H. Jones spent Thurs-j day and Friday in Memphis nsj the guest of her daughter, Miss! Louise Jones, She also attended the board meeting of the Forrest City District Federation of Women's Clubs at the Hotel Pcabody. Mrs. Roy Caulcy returned Saturday to her home in New Orleans after a visit of.several weeks here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. Miss Louise Hole has returned hcine from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers in New Albany Miss. John Wliitworth accompanied Ill's brother, Tom Whitworth of Blytheville, to the Baptist Hospital yesterday for diagnosis and treatment. Mr. Whitworth is expected lo undergo an operation Inter in the week. Mrs. c. L. Drake is In Memphis yesterday and today on business. John Bitiford White, who is attending the University of Arkansas, spent Ihe neck end with his Barents. Mr. and White. to have been only .slightly injured in an automobile accident Saturday night, has boon conllned to his bed since (lint time, lie has n chest Injury ami it was first believed to be developing pneumonia but he is bolter icxluy. Arch LJmlsey Is In l.lltlp nock today on business. Mrs. T. V. Osborne, formerly of here nnd now of Ciiruthersville, visited Mr. and Mrs. j. n. Klkins here Monday. Mrs. A. Conway was in Memphis yesterday. Arlhtir Kulz, of Memphis, attended to business here yesterday. Miss Marguerite ailn/. who lias been sick, for the past two days, Is .slightly improved, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb, of Etirle, were here yesterday. They plan to move soon to Dumas, near Pine Bluff, Ark. . Juke Waggoner, of Memphis, attended to business here yesterday. J. V. Dates and is. E. Thompson will return home from Hot Springs tomorrow. They have been there for Die past two days. Mrs. a. II. DcLong is convn- Steele-Cooter Holland Society -•- Personal 'I'lif vvotimn's club of New Survey met Monday afternoon HI die home ot Mrs. J, w. McCiillounh Instead of at the comimtnily ' A report of the secretary .show ed that ihc club had miide $(iC,87J the past year and liad spent $M.- 57. leavihi; a tolnl of il.U, Mrs. W. W. M.xire limied In SU.M which was made m (he musical proi-ium nt the 'rnuiniiinlly house recently miiktiii! a tolnl of Jlfi.19 In the treasury. Klei'tlon of olllcers for the com-! fill! year was us follows: Mr.s. II. A. Smothers, president; Mrs. Clc- dlth Himjsoii, vice president; mid N. J. Perrydave. treasurer K. WHtjht, Mrs. Adi; l.on- Mrs. J. w. McCittlouijh, Mrs. J. l,. Buys, Mrs. Frank ilc- Claiiiiluin and Mrs. f.'dilli McCw- inlcV;, trustees. Mrs. Roy Wilson.i extension club, game nnd KOIIH i leadi-r; Mrs. lluttln Panls, child j development; Mrs, W. C). Harrison [ clothhiR; Mrs. J. w. McCuHoHRh, footl; Mrs. Arils Lcfiaue, house furnishing, and Mr.s. Nell Dobbs. personal improvement. I'lunx were made for Iheir annual Ciiristmiis Many Will Take Pan in 'Slum Night.', toiy exercises are: Senator Luetcn E. Coleman, Albert White ana J W. Hedrlck. The bulldliic committee who creeled (he cliurcli are: Senator Coloman, Mrs. J. T, Lee, Mr* VV N. Kay, W. D. Jlollmon, J, L] Weems and the ttcv. J. I. lie given ut the community .house] on Dec. I!). ' ' ! The regular meeting of Ihe, Woman's Missionary society of the, Steele Melhodtst. chinch was lu'UI j In the home of Mrs.' Ncwbeiry JohiiMHi Monday afternoon when she and Mrs. T. 1. Brooks were hostesses. They had one guest,; Mrs. p. w. Colemnn. : Mr.s. Johnson luid'cluugc of the' devotional and n report wns made! by Mrs, M. A. Masscy on the Uflh i chapter of the study course book, j The society agreed to give 1'nul Hii.vhliHf. who accidentally shot lliri'e of his fingers olf ncnr his home in Steele last week, u shower 'lain lien .Srrjvdl. nlmve, -vill Nirnk ul. ihc • I' McltimlM lilmrch Wedncsiliiy and 8und,l.v iiiiihiii ul 7:;ia o'clock, Instead <if »t the HIM Iliipiist (,'lmrcli as wns I'lToiH-aii.'.ly announced In yes- li'i'tluy's pajX'r. Lions' Entertainment Plans Are Kept Secret Plans lor the Lions' club ladles' nluli! lo be lii-ld In ||i ( . in,,,, ft,,,,,), of Hie 1 Intel Noble tomorrow niRlit. lire bchiK kept secret: The all nil this year will be n dinner at 7:30 o'clock with W. .), Pollard, farmer Kiiglnud nnd M /U .. cus Kvmrd in clinrgo ol Du- (, n . terlnltimcnt. Kklls and Ktnnl.s t>y i:) clubs In ISIyllievillc loiu'tlier with a variety or sjii'cliillles, w lll eompow llit> second iiiuiiinl slimt nl^ht pro- rn'ni *i>oi»;i»'i>il by Die .senior class f tile city lilnh school to In; held In (hi' hlnh :a-liool oiltlllorlnni Friday nfulil n( 8 o'clock. The rolloK'lnir orsunl/atlons ire; laklnj! part In Die nri»>rum: Junior-Senior Ilii-'li p. T. A., Cllil' Kconl Troop 1. IJIIIRI! I', •['. A., I (Mmliter "N" unit Chuiitcr "D" of tin 1 R !•.'. O.. Hoy .Scout, Troop :17, IJiillcd Daughters nf tin* Cimreil- i-rjcv. Sudbury P. T. A.. Central I'. T. A.. Holnry Club, Junior \Vo- rmin's club, liusine.'-.s and 1'rofes- •lOllll) Women'* Cllll), ,l||([ |he American l>>Blon, Lepanto Baptists To Dedicate New Church l.Kl'ANTO. Ark,—The members "I lite rirst. Baptist. Church of l.i'pnnlo nil' |)).iiinlnir to dedicate Ihelr dim-ell biilldlnji Dpcembcr Illli. '('lie bulldhiK Inillt In ItKIG at u cost of alioiit. $10,000.00 wns unld out or debt last week. necordliiK lo Itev. J. l. OCTIIK. pastor of Iho huteli. The commlid-c selected la prc.- 'aiv Hie iiroijiviiii lor (he dcdlca- Mro losses of Oreal Britain and Irelnnd amounted to more tlmn Jlft.OOO.OOO during (he first quar- ler of 10.13. . le.«clng from an attack of pneti- ' UHi '''"''"lay afternoon gnve nionla. I al > iiNiortmeul ol tjlfls which Geruld Carter is attending toi lu ' l|) ll1 " 1 <I'"'I»K Ills Illness, btisiiiess ill Piiriigoiild today, Mrs. Godfrey Miss Mignon Andrews of Little Rock (lie weekend guest' of Pearl Carlwrighl. Miss Andrews is a freshman at the University of Tennessee. Mrs. Ed Pittmau and Mrs. Dr«- cie Ilarrell are quite ill at 'their respective homes on Carson Lake. Scout News Boys Girls Captain Ben Scovell wns the speaker when Boy Scout Troop 31 met last night. He talked of his experiences tvitli Lord Baden-Powell, founder of Ihe Boy Scouts, ivher he drew up plans for the movement. There were originally 34 scouts in London Barracks, London, in 1907. Scoutmaster James Terry read a IcUer from a scout iu china which told about the war and the work being done by scouts there. William Harris and J. c. Cole tvcre admitted to the troop after having passed Tenderfoot tests. Dyess Parent-Teacher \ Group Is Organized DYESS. Art, Dec. 7.—A'colony wide parent teacher association hns licch organized here with Mrs. Sidney Uost<?r as president, Miss Tillce Wilford. vice president, nnd Mrs. j. R. Tankersley sccrctnvy- trcusurcr. filch school has a group p. T. A. organization. Mrs. Hershel Phillips jg qliiiirmnn of Fern Salyers sciiool Mrs. Homer C. Fields, school on ftMkJ- seven, Mrs. Oscar Mullock, schpol on road fourteen, nnrt Mrs'. Uoyd Cox. Center school. The P, T. A, groups Imve selected study courses for the year. As Mrs. H. A. Spc-nce Is confined) lo her home this week with nn j attack of tnfluciv/n. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cledlth I-7arls nnd' chlhlren have moved lo Wyull, Mo., where Mr. Hurls has em- ptoyuient. Mr. mid Mrs. Cecil Byrd, of Bly- Iheville. are tile giwsls of Mr. mid Mrs. John Tucker. Miss Vivu Henley of Tremble, Tcnn.. has been admitted to the At the Hospitals Mrs. Klford .hnrelt nnd baby Imve been removeil from the Bly- thcvllle hos])ltal lo their home <in Soulli l-vnnklln street In a cobh ambiilnncc. Mrs. Prank Plnlfy, of Reiser, Is a patient In the Memphis nnnllst, TOO I.ATi: 'I- O( I r "j- llcnl Doom with lionrd. SU.Ul) per neck 100 Kentucky, phone H8;(. ll-pk-1'.l. Uaplist hospital in Memphis. She is a lenchcr In the Steele school but her place at present- Is bclnij niled by Mrs. nobcrl Lawrence. Ur. and Mrs. Hoyt McDanlel have moved to their farm home at New' Survey. Mrs. Oru l,l])scotnli Is In Blylhe- ecte ville w-ill > lic r daiichter, Mrs. Kl- they woci1 Scott, at the BlythevHle hos- nlinl. Moved Around C«ru«r In Same Hiiildiujr Next tu Kllis tmplumont Co. MADDUX Harness Shop KIIKK 1NST1UJCTIONS in Idlest stylc.s Knitting "HKHNAT" KNITTINO YARNS Mrs. lu'.Hlie Hooper 1100 Clilckiuiiivrbii Phone 793 Beauty _ Specials ^- Ef • * PERMANENTS $1.00 to $10.00 Shampoo, Set, Dry and Arch $1.00 Operators JACKSON BEAUTY SHOP .11, I No. Second Across From legion Hut Phone 798 Mrs. Jackson ami MM. Areda Jones CHRISTMAS Cemetery Wreaths Soc our beautiful col- Ict'lion of Wreaths & niiiko your selection while Ihc line is complete-. You will want one for the grave of your Inved ono Ohrist- MlitK. Heaton's Home of Flowers 2110 B. DAVIS s;r. PHONE 195 pltnl. Mrs, Ifngh Blake and <lmi[>hta- Carolyn, of St. Lonis, were visiting relatives here recently. Mrs. Sims Mlchle and daughter Mary Anna, are visiting Mr. and' Mrs. John Anderson of Lnnrell Miss. are completed, books and materials will 1» exchanged. J. E..McGillre, superintendent of schools, Miss Aillee Willford, princiiwl, and Miss Irene Bnrnwcil, high school teacher will leach the following subjects: "Psychology of Adolescence" "Pys- cliology of the uttlc Child." "Our Homes," and. "Our Public Schools." Standing committees for the colony wide organization are: Pro- Siueers Tn Me*f A* gram, Mrs. w. z. Cheaihnm, Mrs.' B J, „ Hays McArtlmr. Mrs.. Ba-sll. Ber/.o, I tulbPrtSOn SlUldaV Mrs. J. R. Echols; Membership, j ' Mrs- Toil) Pranks, Mrs. John Me- J An afternoon shi 8 in K - conven- r^^.S™:? ^l"f;.^! tl0 " -"'.'- »*«. wVo^ , Hlneslcy, Mrs. Roy White. Mrs. B. C. Wampler; Publicity: Mrs. Ttoy rttiuell. Mrs. Walter Matlock, Mrs. Sam Bass, Mrs. Everett Williams; Parent-Teacher Magazine, Mrs. A. U Holland. Mrs. Herman Plerson, Mrs. Rny Shepherd, Mrs. Barney Nutt. Finance: Mrs. A. I. King, Mrs. Bert Malhls, Mrs. Cleo 11. plcclitei, and L, L. Gordy. nlty center, one and one-hull miles norlh of tlie Arkansas-Missouri slnle line. All singers are nskcd to come nnd take part in tlie program, uc- cording to It. E. U Smith, president of Hie Pemlstot county sini;- iiifr convention. nc!u , Courl( , r CATCH COL^\/ioiDSHANGOM CACIIVO X aa«K A.. M EASILY ? VlCKS VA-TRO-NOL helps prevent > many colds \ AND ON? WICKS W VAPORUBi' helps end a co/d quicker FOLLOW VlCKS PLAN FOR BETTER CONTROL Of COIDS Read Courier News Want Ads. The Perfect Christmas Gift happiness Christmas morn- i"B to those with faulty vision. Let us nt them with classes. WERT & WEKT OPTOMETRISTS GIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by learning a. well paid profession . . . you can be a licensed Hcaulician will) six nrtwihs training , . . enroll now in Ihc Modern Beauty School Eagle School of Beauty Culture ' OpCll I Mee(in R all Stale Rcquircmcnfs for ¥,. 1 . Arkansas :md Alicem**; Cooper Bldg. Walnut & 2nd Hlytheville Arkansas and Missouri. Slate Approved Low Enrollment Fee COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Special Course for Young Men and Barbers Write for full details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 51 a Krewson Ave. Jonesboro, Ark. Christmas savings to'yon in tins SALE of •RICE-O'NEILL SHOES rrey-Blue-Black uiul Brown Snedos-Kids-Patciit.s AlllicigliilJeels —lit §6.85 we offer our entire stock of now Pall and Winter Kicc-0'Ncill Ladicx' Shoes—all iir S8.GO and ^0.50 vnltics. * * * §8.50 ;uut $9.50 'Values * * * SPECIAL LOT ON RACK RICE-O'NEILL SHOES 95 •v«l Values'to ?9.50 Brown Suedes and Kids, High and Low Heels ALL SALES CASH ALL SALES FINAL

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