The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 9, 1941
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1941. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Fidelis class, First Baptist churcn, meeuug 6:ij o'elov^ »o church. Woman's club having luncheon, 1:00 o'clock, ai club house. Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. b. C. cmb. Mrs. Goromvy Poets entertaining Friday Contracc club. Chapter D 01 the P. E. O. Sisterhood having annual B. I. L party, 7:00 o'clock, at home 01 Mr. and Airs. J. A. Leech SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock, hotel Noole. Conclude Parlies for Miss lAUla and Fiance Parties' honoring Miss Sara Jo Little and her fiance, Kavanaugh Francis, - were concluded with a breakfast tnis morning and a rehearsal dinner Wednesday nignt, both at the Hotel Noble. Miss Little and Mr. Francis are to be married this afternoon at four o'clock at the First Methodist church. Mr. Francis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kavanaugh Hendrix 'Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala. and Timpson, Tex., entertained memoers of the bridal party and out 01 townguesL at a breakfast ai the Hotel this morning. A ..centerpiece of snapdragons and narcissuses was used on the breakfast taoie at which the 15 guests were seated. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Jones Jr., oi Scotrsboro, Ala., Paul Francis, o. Tuscaloosa, James Nettles of Butler, Aia.. NICK Hare of Birmingham and Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood, Miss. Miss Frances Little and Miss Virginia Little, who are to be their sister's maids of honor in the wedding, had the rehearsal dinner in the Colonial room. White carnations and gypsophilia were used in. the center of the table which was lighted by white tapers. In addition to the guests from Alabama and Mrs. Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford Whitmarsh of Oakland, Calif., houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Lunsford were also present for the dinner. * * * Has Luncheon At Hotel The Town and Country club lun^neon was given this week by Mrs. J. C. Ellis at the Hotel Noble." In. addition to the club members, she had as her guests, Mrs. F. B. Levy .of . BellmoL'e. N, „ Y.,. hcu'seguest. of'Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, Mrs. W. W. Shaver. Mrs. Goromvy Poetz, Mrs. Marvin Num and Mrs. Edgar Borum. The three' course luncheon was served in the main dining room at a table which had a centerpiece of fcnaparagons and narcissuses. Mrs. James B. Clark had high score and Mrs. Modinger. second high among the club members in the bridge games which followed. Mrs. Poetz was high among the guests. * * * Class To Meet Members of the Fidelis Sunday, school class of the First Baptist church will have a party Friday night at the church at 6:45 o'clock. The party will be in the form of a Dutch supper. Eggensperger Is Speaker The Rev. Harold Egg&nspergei\ educational director of the First Methodist church, talked on "The Influence of Religion on Our Attitude Toward Life" at the meeting Wednesday afternoon of the Sud- h,p^'-nt Teacher association at the school. T-, . ^^ --- ' ' •~~'-*" 1 »-«««w»«»»Bs»«i«a<wJ'W'---w^ brace n r- "i, 7 T"^ """^ uavcu reservists of i. L). C.. embarked for active duty. ed the meeting with prayer. Sixth grade pupils of Miss Alma Peters gave the pledge, of allegiance to the flag. After Mrs. Matt Mo"?.*!- han read the president's message, N:at Brittany , educational director of -the:' First Baptist church sang two solos, "".Out Where the West Begins" and "Open Mine Eyes." During the business session, Mrs. Reed was named as a delegate to the County Council of Parent- Teacher associations meeting here Jan. 17. Mrs. L. E. Baker was the. ADC Bridge club with, a party at the home of her mother, Mrs. G. S. Banies. She served a dessert course after- toe games. Mrs. William Young was high and Mrs. Whitsitt, second high scorer. - ' * 0 t Is New Member Mrs. T. K. Mahan became a member of Chapter D of the P.E.O. Sisterhood at a luncheon meting in the Colonial Room of the Hotel Noble Wednesday afternoon. tlected alternate delegate. j Mrs. Walker H. BakerTnd Mrs In the room count, Mrs. Fred Charles S. Lemons were hostesses Fleemans third grade won the to 17 members for the party Snap- dollar attendance prize among the dragons and narcissuses were used downstairs rooms, and Miss Mar- in the centerpiece of the luncheon guerite Siiaz's fifth grade among ''"'-' the upstairs rooms. * * • All Club Members Attend Bridge Tarty All the members of the Delta table. A program in celebration of Founder's Day was presented by Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Plans were completed for the annual B. I. L. party to be given • — • —• i-* 1 -*-* u fc t *j\j u«J 11 V Cll Contract club attended the party this year at .the home of Mr. and given Wednesday afternoon by j Mrs. J. A. Leech at 7:00 o'clock Mrs. W. D, McClurkin at her home, i Mrs. Roland' Green received the prize in the bridge games. Later. the hostess served a dessert course. * t * Arc Guests Of Club • Mrs. Polly Ann O'Neal and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, of Little Rock, houseguest of Dr. Finley A. Robinson and family, were guests of Mi's. Otto Scrape Wednesday ^ a fternon :i. president, open- when she entertained members of ranee OF ©F Fi TER SHOES SOME SHOES SUITABLE FOR SPRING GROUP NO. 1 180 Pairs §2.98 Shoes GROUP NO. 2 357 Pairs $3.95 and S4.95 Shoes i Across from 1'irsl NalL Bank — Phone 27 Garrctt Speaks S. K. Gnirett. principal of junior high school, spoke to members of the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher association at the high school Wednesday afternoon. "His subject was "Our Part in.the World Crisis." Students oJ Miss Mary Emma Hood's music class presented a. folk dance. The dances were called by Harry Brooks Jr. Miss Irene Morgan read the president's message. The problem of safety in the schol zone was, discussed by Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal 'of the high school, who warned against rapid driving near the school. During the business session presided over by Mrs. Harrv W. Kaines, the group voted to 'buy a (new piano for the auditorium and {put the old one in the gymnasium !to be used for "play night.." | Has Supper Party Miss LaFetra May entertained five couples with a supper party at her home Wednesday night. t The supper was served buffet j style. Later the group went dancing. Out of town, guests were Frank 3w.ynn and "Buddy"' Barbters, of Osceola. - ' Hear Health Program Members of the Wesleyan Guild cf First Methodist Church heard R health program presented Tuesday night at the church. ?.jT:s. Had.ley Hays .-disused "Public Health" and Mrs. A". B'. Fa.irfield, "Medical Work in' the Home Mission Field." The devotional was given by Miss Monta Hughes, and a piano solo was played by Carol Chapin. During the social hour, the hostesses, Miss -Elizabeth Bumette, Miss Eutopia Whitworth and Miss Athanel Whitworth, served refreshments. * * » Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Jessee stitt was hostess to members'of the City Contract club and three guests for a party at, , the Hotel NoWc Tuesday afternoon j Guests wore Mr.s. J. L. Stoit,s of Moline. 111.. Mrs. Graham' «ud- . bury ;«Kl Mrs. Rupert CvaUoii. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. L. G. Nash was high and Mrs. Graf ton, second. Dr. and Mr.s. M. L. Skailer left this morning for a two weeks' vacation in Miami, Fla. Mrs. George O, Yntes is nble to be up after having been ill of influenza several days. .; Miss Lynettc Tucker returned Wednesday to Columbia, Mo., where she is a student at Stephens college. She had spent the holidays here with her parents, Mi\ and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Mrs. j. j, pickren who is staying in Memphis with Mr. Pickren while he undergoes treatment at Methodist Hospital, spent Tuesday here. Mr. Pickren is much better, but it is not yet known, when he will be able to be removed to his home here. Jess Homer, c. 13. Wood Jr., Roy Nelson, w. S. Johnston and W. L. Hughes are attending the All-American Field Trials in Holly Springs. Miss., today. All of the party except Mr. Hughes will return tonight. He will remain over until tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp will spend Friday in Memphis. Elmer Stone is ill of pneumonia, at his home on Highway (ji North. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell' Yates and daughter, Sandra Sue, of Litile Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Parker! Johnson of Newbern. Tenn.,' will come Saturday to spend the week' end with Mr. and Mrs. George O Yates. Mitchell Yates is the son and Mrs. Johnson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Yates. Mrs. Cora Whitmarsh. of Pres- cptt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford Whitmarsh of Oakland, Calif;, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Lunsford. - ', Miss Kathleen Ashley has returned to Conway wni-re she is a student at Central Baptist college. She spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. T. Ashley. Mrs. Charles Oglcsby has been admitted to the Blytheville hospital for • treatment. Fred Ruthertord left Sunday lor Chamberlain-Hunt Military Academy at Port Gibson, Miss.*He had spent the holidays here wuh hi;parents, Mr. and Mrs. "Fred- V Rutherford. Brief Note on Beach Fashions * >- , w $j> \-. fX k s ><u 'V Blytheville and Reiser Men Enlist in Army Wednesday Two Mississippi County men were among six persons - who enlisted In the United States army at Memphis Wednesday. The men were Wenford Kimes, 23, of Blytheville, and Harry O. Webb, 31, of Keiser. Install Officers Of The Caruthersville SeMo Club CARUTHERSVILLE,- Mo., Jan. 9 —Mrs. Fred L. Henley was Installed as president of the Caruthersville SeMo Club at the annual installation meeting, to serve during the coming year. Other officers installed are: Mrs. John S. While, first vice president; Miss Mary Ellen Homer, second vice president; Miss Elizabeth Brent, recording secretary; Mrs. Dick Roland, corresponding secretary; Miss Mildred Tinsley, treasurer. Mrs. Morrell DeReign, treasurer of the State Federation of Wo- >.),«» > ^^t* 11 ^M&l On the beach af. Honolulu? ; Nope, it's at Miami. Model Mary Jane Walsh-is displaying the latest m tropical bathing togs at Miami's recent "Sunshine Fashion Parade." She's one of 10 Powers models flown from New York to Florida for the event. men's Clubs, was the installing ficer. IR RITATION MENTHOLATUM Quid!? Soothes IRRITATED MEMBRANES WANTED 194041 Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEBAUM BLYTHEVILLE, ARK, Phone 1()7—LD 19 107 So. 2nd St. VALUES TO §3.«I5 BLACK \VJNE BROWN BLUE KID SUEDE HIGH, MEDIUM & LOW HEELS Fortune Shoes For Men $395 Poll Parrott Shoes For Roy* and Girls THE FAMILY SHOE STOP? 31.2 W, Main Phone 2:j W. Main FASHION SHOP Phone 87 Every Coat, Dress, Hat—Everything JANUARY SALE! - STARTING FRWA Y, JAN. 10-9 A. M.- Orn- policy is to avoid carrying any merchandise over from season lo 'n ' "' C cvcrylhi "8 ""' st BO to make room for the new s ALL SALES FINAL! NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES! DRESSES One group of 75 Dresses, Formerly sold up to $4.95... Odds and etuis including silks, woolens, challis, alpacha. All new winter dresses. Come in early lor your selection! One group of 145 Dr esses , Formerly sold up to $5.98... One of a kind in this sensational group. All sixes, all colors, all materials included. You'll want to buy several of those. 2 For $5.00 One group of JW Dresses, Formerly sold up to $7.95... Many dresses from our regular stock, plus a new special purchase .shipment o( advanced new spring dresses, special for this event. New pastel shades. 2 For $7.00 .79 One group of 90 Dresses Formerly sold ^^ 2 For up to $9.95... Tr S 9. 0() This group of better dresses includes many of our finest nationally known brands. Latest .styles and materials in all new shades. All sizes. One of a kind. Choice of the House Any FALL DRESS. Formerly sold up to $16.95.. Any fall dress in our big stock, including all nationally advertised lines. A rare opportunity. Don't mis.s it! '^"^^^''"^^"'^^^••^•^^^^•^•^i • All Our Higher Priced Coats On Sale At COATS One group of 65 Coats. Formerly sold up to $1235 Every sport coat that sold up to $15.95 will be offered in this special sale. Big selection-.of.colors, materials. 'All this year's coats. group of 46 Coats. Formerly sold up to $15.95. A ridiculously low price on these new, outstanding styles, good all next season. All wool, all guaranteed silk linings. Sport and 'fur'trimmed. One group of 42 Coats. Formerly sold A very outstanding group of coats that you will 'be- amazed to. see at such prices... Every coat guaranteed all wool and silk linings. All Our Nati. Advertised COATS ; \. Formerly Sold up to $32 •••;. . . $ 15 These arc nil Imported tweeds, needJepoinl,, nil wool, fleeces. 1 Pur trimmed and untrimmed. Nationally advertised. Silk linings and all wool interlinings. One group of 27 Coats. Formerly sold up to $37.50. Untrimmed . . , fur-trimmed, tweeds and imported persinns. Blacks, wines, greens, soldier blues. Perhaps never again will you have an opportunity to buy a coat this fine for so little. 1-2 PRICE SALE OF HATS \Ve will clear every hat in the house. 150 Hats. Values to Choice of any hat, values up to $3.95. Spring hats included. 125 to Choose from ....... Every skirt to be cleared at once. Values up to $2.95. At one low price ....;,.. $ 1 All wool flannel and corduroy, in all the new shades. Sizes 24-30. HOSIERY SPECIAL Regular ;79c values, full fashioned, 2 and 3 thread,. CO/* 2 Pairs all silk hose, Pr 81.00 All Our Housecoats, Robes, Pajamas To Be Sold At PURSES All our purses formerly s o Id up to $1.49 on sale at SUPS 210 to choose from. Tailored & lace trim. Nail. Adv. b r (( n d s . Regular $L40 values. 50c Entire .stock of blouses. Beautiful pas to 1 shades. Values to $1.49. 50c OUicri, $1.10 Smart shades a^ii d weaves. Values regularly to ?1.41). Values up to $2.99. On sale now for -.only ,50

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