The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1941 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, January 6, 1941
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hat Styles For This Year MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1941 Sbcia! Calendar EVENTS Chapter jN^pf the ; "P. E, O. Sisterhood meeting;,7:30 o'clock with Mrs; £ farmer: England.: •':;:'- Mr§."C p.^?,^Po.ucer' -entertaining Tuesaay-' Contract club. rJiio-Quad Bridge club meeting \vi IK. '-. Mrs.;.'&• K. o arretc. Mrs. 'Dixie' -Crawiord- having Tuesday. • club. .Mis.. Jred Child entertaining Tuesaay Bridge club. Delphian Fine Arts meeting 8;00 ' o'clock at Pu&lic LiDrary. Colonel John Martin chapter, Daughters of the American Colo- nises, meeting 12:0'J o'ciocic wicu j Mis.- James B. Clark. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-Senior Parent Teacher as- j .sociawon meeting 3:00 ociock ai school preceded DJT executive ooaru meeang, 2:au o'clock. •-: Jviio. •.. J. C. tjiiis entertaining Town and Country club at Hotel j Weds Saturday Contract club meeting with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. | ;•: Mrs. v uw> Scrape navmg ADC 1 f| Bridge club. • : .r.=u;.m :• Teacher Association oi "#**?* ®$$*^t Suatiury sunool meeting 3:OJ ! ffi jz^rz. o'CipCK: preceded by executive boara meeting 2:30 o'clock at school. >o>^iooa oi Temple Israe. mtcvuig o:uO o'clock at nustic Inn. ; Ivlrs. Charles S. Lemons enter- i>aapcer D oi tne P. E. O. >oa, irii'U o'clock, note! JNooie. ;; ^IjtiUK-SDAY'S EVENTS •:.' Mrs.- : Mose . Shman, ,of Luxora, : entertaining Prospeniy club, 2:iK. Mrs. G. S. Barnes and Mrs. Edith entertaining isiiioDo i>augat,ei's oi :K, at Mrs. John Ben Bonisir . , Mrs. Pred E. Bailey, of Conway, ; came Sunday night for a brief 1 visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. B Stout, and Mr. Stout, Mrs. Stout had been in Conway for the Christmas holidays visiting her parents and sister, Miss Mary Bailey of Richmond. Va. Mr. Stout met Mrs. Stout and Mrs. Bailey in Memphis and they returned to that city today. John W. Meyer is attending to business,, in Washington, D. C. Randolph- Smith is able to be oui after having been injured in an accident last month. Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Sr., is able to be out today after having been ill of influenza, for several days. Mrs. Bert Lamb, who was injured moved to Memphis Methodist hospital. His condition is fairly good today. Mrs. Pickren is with him. Very Saliba and Miss Alice te" Sunda y Corning for baton Rouge, La., after having spent the holidays here with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. They are students at Louisiana State University,. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White are attending the Internationa] Shoe Convention in. Chicago this week. Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood, Miss., came Sunday to be the guest of her brother, Tom A. Little, and family. She is to play for the wedding of her niece, Miss Sara Jo Little, and Thursday. Kavanaugh Francis Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones of Indianapolis. Ind.. will spend tonight h(je as guests of Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and family. They will return tomorrow to their home after having, been to Jonesboro because of the death of Mr. Jones' father. Services were held Sunday but burial will not be made until later in the week following arrival of other sons and daughters from distant points. oompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Parker C'assidy and son, Bobby, who had visited here and in Blytheville. Fred Armantroui, has returned to Paris, Temu after having visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Arman trout, Mr. and Mrs. D. Garrett and family have returned home after having visited Mrs. Garratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barber at Vanduser. Mo., and their daughter, Mrs. Jack Love, and family at Risco, Mo. Sandra Carol Jarratt is ill of influenza. Miss Willie Marshall has returned to Paragould to lesume teaching after spending the holidays here; Miss Craig and Dwight Blackwood, Jr.-, Married Mrs. America will get her rules for nrart dressing during: spring- and sumnjcr early in January in- itt-acl of late in Fuin an automobile accident near.! i€ar - Ncw Sardi.s, Miss., a week ago, is now j *" res sl »cw, which fashion authorities themselves are sponsoring, - v*4*,iv* v w.a tvi t JailUlioUI III", r> -ry T n. m win clearly outline what's to be P \~: J ^ratt Tuesday afternoon. Frances Holland having •Bridge club. bridge club meeting 5. J v J. c-'ookston. Mrs. Tneodore \U3gan entertain|| '.irig uouoie four Brmge ciuo. fc v cl^ - . Woman's ciub having luncheon, 1 -l:OtJ:o'Ciock, at club house. c. MJS. Paul Byrum entertaining C. club. fy, Poetz entertain- ing:-r'ridaycontract club. : v'phapcer;.D.or : the p. E. O. Sis- terhuoa -having annual B. I. L. PELTCV, : 7;(JO ; o'Cibck, at ; home oi '} Mr."and Mrs. J..A. Leech. improving. Her daughter, Billie Jean, who received a severe cut. on the shin, -is now able to be about on crutches, and her son, Bert Jr., I also in the accident, has recover- j cd. Mrs. Lamb's , parents, Mr. and. 4 Mrs. W E. Hood of Eupora, Miss, rrederlw midtl b ''•p'nrnecl home Saturday after hav- hi "£'.'™ ",? ' «ff_ nt ^ **' hei>e With »«• I ^f-r lUner's swa S h-b«ck- New Liberty News Farewell Party Given Mrs. Clyde Armantrout, who is moving soon to Missouri, was complimented with a farewell party anc's shower at the home of Mis. and what's not to be worn during the months, ahead. Meanwhile, (he fasMen-minded are agog to know whether hats will te frou- n- thinirs, as is the John • Mrs. J. F. Wheat was winner in the quiz game conducted by Mrs. Hilton Stephenson. After Mrs. Armantrout opened the gifts presented her by members of the New Liberty Birthday club, refresh- \ Miss Moore Becomes S. G. Swaim, Mose M. Swaim nnd William W. Deal, all of Tuscu- cosa, Ala., Mrs. H. A. McHaney. Mrs. Carl Coble, Airs. H. C. Cook, Mrs. Arthur Gamble and Miss Alice McHaney, of Kennett, .Mo.; Miss Lily Heyde of Jackson, Mo.. Miss Katy Harris of Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Mrs. Gertrude Mcll- vaine, of Caruthersvillc, and Mr. and Mrs. James Hunt of Manila. * * * Hunts Entertain With Dinner Party At Manila Mr. and Mrs. James Hunt, of Manila, enteitainccl with a party at their home Sunday night in honor of Miss Sara Jo Little and her fiance, Kavannugh Francis. A pink and white scheme was used in the decorations t'br the dinner party. The table at which the guests of honor were seated had a centerpiece of pink carnations and narcissuses and was [.• v,;Miss;; MUdied-- Louise Moore bs- I n e^e<i. by ; pink tapers. 'Other small came :thf"."bride of • Lt. John, Benil^-^H*^,'.'^?^ r> - bouquets. White £ Bomar,' sion^oji ;Mr ; . and Mrs. Roy !^adiqlL. :L and;,fp.inlt snapdragons .were " J. Bomar ^i^Tuscaloosa, 'Ala;, j n: " a nanged "throughout the "house. a ceremony solemnized Saturday afternoon, at four o'clock in tne Placecards were wedding bells , "ed with pink ribbon through the .bride's "p'arents, Di"l which hact been run n photograph ; and;Mxs.'Lenn Howard Moore. !° f _ the ei i&aged' couple, ins^rioed and her family. Miss Jeanetta Jean Sebaugh has returned to Fulton, Mo., where she'; is a student at William Woods college. She had spent Christmas here with her parents. Mr. nnd ling- felt -hat, rlsburg, district president, has been Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh. invited to attend this meeting of j the club, Mrs. C. G. Redman, local chairman, announced today. j Also guests of the club will be jTom III, were removed from"Walls presidents of each of the home i hospital to their home nbout two demonstration clubs in the county, j Various members of the county clubs will be in charge of serving the lunch. * * * Postpones Club Party The party of the Mrs. Tom Phillips wns admitted to Walls hospital this morning for treatment. She and her infant son, weeks ago. Miss Letitia Neal, who is. quite ill of pneumonia, was removed to Blytheville hospital Saturday. Gail Whitsitt, who became ill while visiting here, is now able to Mid-Week be out. She and her mother, Mrs. Bridge club which was to be given Hugh Whitsitt, of Little-Rock, will Thursday at the home of Mrs.; remain until this week end at the Harry W, Haines has been postponed until the following Thursday oecnuse of conflicting dates. * *' • * Entertains Club Mrs. R. A. Copcland entertained home of Mrs. Whitsitfc's father. Dr. P. A. Robinson, and family where they have been visiting since Christmas. .' • • Mr. and Mrs. O.';6. Hardaway and sons, Oscar Jr.. and Fred Whitten, members of the C. B/C. club and have'moved to Memphis to make ten. guests [or a party at her home their home. Mr. Hardaway, who has Friday afternoon. Guests were: Allen ibeen in business here for a number .of years as head of the Hardaway Mrs. M. H. Gamer. Aycock and The next meeting will b e Feb. 14 at the home of Mrs. Walter Wood in honor of Mrs. Pearl Hill. * * a i Mrs. W. A. Wheat, who has been ill at her home, is slowly improving. Mi-, and Mrs. Leonard Garner and baby and Paul Gamer oi Sikeston, Mo., were guests Sunday of Air. and Mrs."M. H. Garner and family. Mrs. Pearl HU1, Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, and Mrs, P. B. Jarratt visited relatives at Catron. Mo., during the holidays. They were ac- Ark.. Jan. 6. Of wide social interest was the marriage of Miss Julia Lillard Craig and Dwight Hale Balckwood Jr., which took place Thursday night, Dec. 2G. in Osceola. The Rev.' Harold B. Tillman, pastor of the Baptist church, performed the ceremony. The announcement is made today by the bride's mother. Mrs. Julia Ransom Craig of Memphis, formerly of Osceola. Mrs. Blackwood attended Ward Belmom College, Nashville, Tenn., where .she spent much of her girlhood with her uncle, the late Med Ransom, teacher, poet and literary critic, and was prominently identified with Nashville social life. Her grandfather, the late Dr. Medicus Ransom, was one of Tennessee's- most eminent physicians and surgeons, having studied in Germany and Austria. Mrs. Blackwood also spent one winter studying in New Yorki City and has spent most of the past two years in California. Mr. Blackwood is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood of this city. He attended the ASPIRIN Gull Coast Military Academy and the University of Arkansas where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is also a member of the Revellers Club in phis. Born in Mississippi County, Mr. Blackwood was reared in Blytheville and Osceola except for the years he spent in Little Rock when his father was state treasurer and state highway commissioner. His family is one of -the oldest in Mississippi county. v The bride anri bridegroom are making their home, for the present, with Mr.- and Mrs. Blackwood Sr. Crowded Monaco, tiny principality of the Mediterranean, crowds a population of 24.000 persons into its area of 370 acres, or .799 square mile. We say a nut is "shelled" when the shell is off; "unshelled" when the shell is on. REDUCE 10 Complete Visits for H4 00 Call 106 For Appointment RUTH LAWHON Margaret's Beauty Shop Ingram Bldg OPEN EVENINGS . Mrs.,B ^Tiie.iiev. .E. : 'B;-- Williams, pastor I of ;.ihe First Methodist church, wibh " Jo and Kn i'' January 9." ' ____ »_»•_' i ' ' Mrs. O. O. Elkins and Mrs. Cornelius G. Schcarer. A salad plate with coffee was after the games. High score -....~~™-«^»uu«wu»uii;»,i-c*u The' wedding cake was n three | ^. e " t ^ Mrs - Elklni; anc ^ second the service, beiorememoers of tnej tierecl whlte °- ne bearing the mini-i nigh to Mrs - Alexander, twb'faniilies and a few friends. > at ure bride and groom figures. 1 The Bridal'.:.- party stood before'^ 011 ™ 1 lt hacl been a™^ val- |;an ;improvised altar m front 61 r | ; three windows draped in Southern!^ I:;£mllax. Fioorbaskecs of" ball fern ^ i ^ • „• • * tad whit* gladioli fianked the , S^,? 1 ' 5 ^' 1 ^ ™ Ml: - ™? r •; scene which was lighted by white r tap e r s . in . a seven-branched ; wrought . iron - candelabra arranged ; before the', center people who attended were: Miss Little, Mr. , Mlss FrnncCK LlUIe ' *"'£** * ' '' McCalla, Miss Virginia Martin, Richard TipEon, Miss i Virginia Martin, daugnter of Mr. •. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin, .played «.^ ..^ o ^ WM Rose/ , She r ery of Life," Shower Given For Mis. Aulclon Smith Mrs. Auldon Smitli. recent bride, complimented with a shower by Mrs. D, jj "were bsing exchanged. ". The .pianist wore a dress of powder biue crepe with an em- Garner, Mrs, R. G. Mrs. Pat Patterson at the Gamer home. Mrs. Smith was before her recent marriage, Miss Louise Nelson \\ broidery trim. Her accessories were |of Tuscaloosa. Ala. $ m. black and her corsage was of i Thirty five guests attended the '- pink ^carnations. party. Prizes which were won by Tne Driae, : who was given in 'Mrs. Vinson and Mrs R L Ad- j. marriage by her father, came down ! kisson were presented to the "guest 11 a. .stairway the bamsirade oi \vnich iof honor. Mrs. Patterson and^Miss *•'• ™- interlaced with smites: and Ann Blaokwell brought in t-ho other - gifts at that time. r -^ er on] 3' attendant was her sis- After the girts were opened the sifter, Miss Mary Helen Moore. The |hostesses served, a 'dpssm course l\ maid of honor wore a spring model I ^'Uh coffee. fjof blue faille designed with a | ... {!.square neckline and a flared skirt. iVKss Little Gives j I Ruffled poykefe and buttons down • Party for BrtdesanxMs ]| the front of. the bodice were the; Miss Sara Jo Little who i«= to p only trim. 'She carried an arm ! te married to Kavanai^h Fr?n-is b bouquet : of pink roses and gladioli. SThursdav afternoon at Die Frs' ] ? Tne bnde's'. Spring costume of j Wnodist church, had an informal j.j-.miT.amba blue crepe was 'accented Party Saturday nlch! nt rrr ho-f *;.at Lhe V-neckline by a rhinestone for hsr wedciint: attendants ;clip. A plaited design marked the Fdiowine supper, shr ures=»V"r« jkneeline flare of the skirt and I the bridesmaids with fu->-'cins juic yuKe of the blouse. Her black 1 rnonoorammed tjold vanities' ' I hat was decorated with a cluster |[of spring flowers and a veil, and ! s«dt»?ry to Speak j|ofcher accessories were also in black, j Graham' SiJdbury |:]jmother used for, her wedding. • t'.ons," ||: ; : Mose Swaim-of Tuscaloosa, Ala.. I Mr?. Park H S 5 attended his qousin as best man.!— ji.^- At the reception which followed.! l||Mrs. J. H.; Elkins 'was assisted in jk'fierving by Miss Sara Jo Little. Miss I||-Mary .Spain. Ustey v Mrs. J. Farris t||^ cCaIJa and Miss Margaret Shaver, t l||,;:pink- snapdragons and white' At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Glenda Dale Braden. Steele admitted. Mrs. Wade Channel. Holland admitted. Ronald Dean Ashby. citv admitted. Mrs. Ford McGarrity. city, ad- aiitted, Bob Ma lone, city, admitted. R. G. Cullom. city, admitted. Mrs. Tom Phillips Jr.. city nd- rnlttcd. Mrs. Mark Reecier, city, dismissed Mrs. Ralph Snmford. Holland dismissed. Mrs. Jack Wimp. Cooter, dismissed, Roy Frank Palmer, Holland, dismissed. A. H. VVrisht, -Steelc. dismissed, Mrs. G, G. Saliba Jr. and baby, :ity. dismissed. Rlythevitlc Ho.spUal Mrs. G. w. Moore, city, admitted. Rush Hollipeter. city, admitted., Miss Letitia Neal. city, admitted. Clinton Bridges, citv. Barbara Neil Williams. City, admitted. Miss Laray Katz. city, admitted. Mrs. G. W. Rose and baby, city, dismissed. Kennley Gould, Victoria, dismissed. Memphis ItopU.st Uo.vpitji Tilman Hill, asceola. admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital J. J. Pickron. ciiy. admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice' Little. Kelser. a son. ) Sherman Fortune. Osceola ad- :ruited. | Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital l J. T. Holt. CaruthersvWe, admitted. day to Knoxville, where she visiting relatives in t They left is a student at. the University of Tennessee. She had spent the holidays here- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard, and in. New Orleans where she attended the Sugar Bowl game. Morris 'Zellner is attending the International Shoe convention in Chicago. While there, he will do spring buying- for Zellner's Shoe shop. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth Black I and daughter, Betty, spent Satur- [ day In Memphis. Bob Malone has been admitted to" Walls hospital for treatment because of an eye ailment. Miss Eloise Ramey left this morning for Columbia, frlo.., where she is a student- at Christian College, She spent the holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Mrs. J. A. Saliba is recovering from nu illness of influenza. Major and Mrs. C. J. Little and son, CharievS, spent the week end in Tunica., Miss., with Mr. and Mrs. John E. Matthews and family. Miss Cora. Lee Coleman returned Sunday from Memphis where she had been in Baptist hospital for more than two weeks. She underwent an operation on her leg. Mrs. 'son, Dr. James Guard. Mr. and Mrs. K. H.' Francis, of Tuscalcosa,- Ala., came Sunday to spend several days here. They are here • especially for the wedding of their son, Kavanaugh. and Miss Sara. Jo Little which will take place Thursday.. J. Pickren, who was stricken suddenly'ill Saturday has been re- T,AST TTMTCS TODAY A FRANK 80RZAGE Production . Screen Pic W. A. Stickmon, who had been i *>/w«iu ROO» end commondor Harvey Hobiip with her for the past week, ac- j compnnied- her home. Mrs. Russell Phillips has gono to Rochester, Minn., for an examination at Mayo Brothers clinic. J. L. Guard is attending to busi- FEMALE PAIN Women who sutler pain of irrccvitor Periods with nervous, blue Ss QUO to monthly functional cllsturb- v^ Sh >3 UIc y incl Lyrtla E - Pinkhanvs vegetable Compound simply marvelous to relieve such distress. Pinkham 5 Compound is made especial lifer women to relieve .<uch distressing feelings and thus help them <*o ^ ralllt } gft tt"£ *«ch "difficult davs » Over i 000.000 women have reported remarkable beneats. Try it' ^ ^ Directed by FRANK BORZAGE ttd by J. WAITER RUBEN iui rvc\vs & cartoon Coritinucus shon-. Sunday TUESDAY BARGAIN DAT iMat, 10<5 & 15c; Night lOc & 20c TERROR UNDER THE SEAl were used in the center - - eware Coughs from common cola's [ That Hang On §:|;df the refreshment-table. The -three Crcomulsion relieves promptly be- j:|jfticre4 . ^hite : wedding cake was f jause.it goes right to the seal of the IPecorated. with sUver leaves and ' troub \e J» «elp loosen and expel • 3? J* ' il'_' - ' _ : , • ' • , . f ' • *-.«.*»«* fTor't^l trt rtov* vsh i AW.V* i _ • •» i •* Ip stirmounted -, bv the ^*we^ ; i '"'*''' '"" " Final Clean-Up Of All Odd Lots $100 wi»h ANITA LOUISE —£2 SMUCE BENNETT A COIUMBIA PICTURE WHITSITT'S Absolute Disposal SALE OF ALL FALL AND WINTER Dresses - Coats - Suits SALE STARTS TUESDAY, JAN. 7th ONE GROUP OF 16 FINE DRESSES REGULAR $30.00 VALUES SALE PRICE ONE GROUP OF 20 FIN E DRESSES REGULAR $20,00 VALUES SALE PRICE ONE GROUP OF 35 FINE DRESSES Regular $12- $14.95 Values SALE PRICE ONE GROUP OF 28 FINE DRESSES Regular $10.95 Value lartnon Phone Kitz.224 Phone Roxy 322 v LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 _p.m.—4:30 p.m. RCX Y PATENT PUMl'S SANDALS HIGH HEELS COLORED SUEDES GABARDINE TIES LAST TIMES TODAY Her first taancs with Edith Fellows and Wilbur Evans* A y.w BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc & 20c F5RROR RIDES THE AIRWAYS! i t home §• Dottle of Greomuislon with the inv i „..., .tf; ; where'LtV Boiuar , JfFSta^dingyouimwtliketnewaj-lt ' ^r:f^Tj^'«^i^'tewied;L'-\ : i..v,'.'. .','. i SP¥^?.?^Y S . the cough or y ou are M^fcaJ^o^^gu^b^hcrer.for, the ^•frs, .Roy-: i J.-" Bbnitir., - ; bridegrboirir-fe; ;- ; fiCougKsTChertCbids7Broi!chitis >iv^ix^. 7 oiicvyu LAIC wuugii uj to nave your money back. ALL SALES CASH m.A / H.OVD A. WlHIIlTIE' T T « M r> r « ALL SALES FINAL COLUMBIA PICTU.RE Also Ccrncrtv ONE GROUP OF 20 FINE ERE3SES REGULAR $6.50 VALUES SALE PRICE ONE GROUP OF 29 FINE DRESSES Values to $10.00 SALE $000 PRICE & ONE GROUP OF 27 FINE DRESSES Values to $10.00 SALE PRICE $300 Also Included in this sale all Fall & Winter; Suits 8c Coats at Lowest Possible Prices All Hats Now Reduced-Priced At NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS Miss Whitsitt's Shop

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free