The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 15, 1937
Page 2
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PAGE T\V<? BI.YTHBV11.LB. (AHK.) COURIKR NKWS InJIuenai Is now nble to be up. Her daughter, Mrs 1. M. Orecr, of Harrlsburi., Ark, who sprat tlje latter part of the went home Sunday. Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Little Theater meets nt court room of city hall, 7:30 o'clock. Thursday Bridge Club meets with Mrs.-Fred Rutherford. Thursday Luncheon club meets with Mrs. Byron Morse. Jewish Ladles' Aid meets with Mrs. H. Hess, 8 o'clock. Midweek dub meets with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Thursday Contract club meets with Mis. Edgar Borum. Gratus tlnton of B. T. U. of First Baptist Church to have Christmas patty 7:30 o'clock at church. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club to have Christmas party at club at 2:30 o'clock. Young Maton's Elble< Class of (he First Baiitist ciiiirch to have Christmas party ai the home of Mrs. Robert 'Grimes, 7:30 o'clock. 209 E. Davis avenue. rnterfain With Dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houcliins entertained at dinner last night. A three course dinner was served at a table decorated in n Christmas scheme. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hrtines and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Tuesday Afternoon Cliih Meets IVilli Mrs. Adams- Mrs. J. W. Adams was hostess to the Tuesday Afternoon club yesterday at her home. Mrs. Clyde Drain of Dyersburg, houseguest o{ Mrs. J. W. Adams jr., was a rutcst of thc club. Mrs. A. M. Butt had high score. Tbe'hostess served a salad plate. Mr?. Crafton Honors Miss Keck With Parly Miss Margaret Keck, who will marry Don Smith on Dec. 27, was guest of honor at a party given last night by Mrs. Rupert Cratton at her home. A spaghetti supper was served to the 16 guests at small tables decorated with poiusetlas. The tallies and ether decorations were In a poinsetta motif and a Christmas tree was also used. Mrs. W. J. Pollard had high score in the bridge games played after supper, Mrs. Meyer Graber won cut prize. Miss Lillian Dietrich, who will marry Dr. Joe Bensley in January, nml Mis:, Keck, were given gifts. The prizes und gifts were Cambridge cut glass. - ' Candy canes were given ns favors. • * r Elects OBktrs Mrs. .W. P. Brewer was elected president of the Eiimvood Cemetery association when it met at the home cf Mrs. L Friday afternoon. Mrs. Moore was elected vice president; Mrs. Eugene Dickinson treasurer; Mrs. M. G. Goodwin secretary.; and Mrs. J. A. Luckett reporter. Iheville lied for first place. Blylheville clUnch will keep (he attendance banner for two weeks and the Dell church will have it :he last two weeks of this month. Members from (Me Lake Street cliurch presented n Christinas pageant (or the program, after which refreshments cf hot clioco- late and fruit e.ike were served. Those present exchanged Clirist- nas gifts at the close of the meeting. Luncheon Meelln; Mrs. A. Comvay and Mm. M. O. Usrey were hostesses to the Charlc- voix Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution ycilcrslay n( n luncheon nt Mrs. Conway's hcmo. The hostesses served a two course lunch at mall tables to the Hi member present. The rooms were drco- ratcd in a Christmas motif with a small Christmas tree lr?inj Ihe main decoration. During thc business session the organization voted to send some money to Ellis Island and to make an investigation of needy schools. Mrs. R. C. Rose told a Christmas story for thc program after which Mrs. James B. Clark, whose homo recently burned, was given a miscellaneous shower. ta; Christmas 1'arly l« IJR Friday The annual Christmas party fimnsortxl by Ihe heads of Ihe music, art an:l literary departments o! the Woman's club will he held Friday afternoon at :i o'clock nt thc club. The guests will be grenlrd at tile door by Santa Clnus who will usher them into thc luill lo .see and tnke Dart in the program. Thc program will open with group singing of Christmas carols, followed by the Icllint; of a Chrislmas story by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. Mrs. Rives Allen will play "Ave Maria". Bach-Gounod, on the violin accommulccl by Mrs. P. K. Joy- ncr and Mrs. Mnrvln Graves will sing three enrols, accompanied by Mrs. Russell Parr. Junnita McMulliu. Jackie McGee and Dorothy Dean Crawford will riaiice, with the music provided by Mrs. Charles Bro'deu. after which the junior high school trio, Lavoime Redman, Minnie Rutn Woods and Naomi Houchlns. accompanied .by Sallie Matthews, will sing two selections. Ruth Berryman and Mildred Muir will give readings and a trio composed of Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton, Mrs. jparr, and Mrs. George M. Lte. accompanied by 'Miss Kalhryn Greor, will sing. Tlie program will close with group singing. Mrs. J. T. Phillips, Mrs. J. E. Hasson, Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Charles Crigger jr.. and Mrs. n. E. Blayloek are hostesses at the parly lo which all members are urged to come and bring one guest. Mem-.-. _. bers arc showering thp club with Moore china for the kitchen. Bits of News Mostly Personal Among (Hose who are In Memphis today are Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. Mrs. Charles Perry. Mrs. J. P. Holland. Mrs. KHon W. KIrby. W, I,. Homer, Mrs. L. E. Stecle-Cooter Holland Society — Personal present who enjoyed a pleasant evening at various games- her "Sunday and f 1 '' an 'L Mrs ' Iia " »'' Mia™ J ami nml Mri . Mai . gar( , u Do(1<| flt p . pc| . Mi's i 5 '' ll1 " llavc «'' rll '«l I" lie at J j,;' tnc , D « lsid p of Mrs. George Gilli' i still very sick. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan en- Icrl.-iljietl with a bridge party at I heir home In Steelc Monday niglh. week here, Mr. Grcer and their daughters Misvj.s Laura and Louise, and son Irvin, came for tjioit the day. Mrs. L. E. Ccoopcr and s IT. L. Casey spent Wednesdayin , Memphis. Wednesday m , llul who James Alton Vickcry and El- bcrt Lawlion spent last week end in Bukersville with friends. Mrs. Grace Jones and \ Kt 'finest*-, Mr. and Mrs. Woo-ly Tucker and daughters, of Blytlie- villc spent yesterday ,u Kennett as suests of Mrs. Nervie Tucker and children, mail's Cllnle over the week end. Mrs. James Terry wtis hostess, to a party Saturday iiigiit, in honor of the 24th birthday of her ims- band. There about 20 guests At the Hospitals 01'Mrs w 1 Mbv-m'^ndM,« H ' 8 " fCOrc lallics » fi « we »t * * „ *V.L. .I'. Mln * iui1 '"'d Mii - Mrs. J .H, Workman, hlsh men* D. Tliomas. Mrs. John P. Carnthcrsvlllc this morning lo at tend the funeral of Roscoe Hayten. who tiled Monday night, Mr. ntirt Mrs. T. H, Hayncs re- lurnert home lotlay from Port Smith, where thty visited their son, Hnrolct Ifaynes and family lor a week. Miss I.ncy Rechtin. mid Clarence Witting returned to Rvans- ville, Intl.. yesterday after ullcml- Ing to business matters licrc for t'.irce days. The Rev. and Mrs. Jim Rnndnl Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Mrs. Charles and child, of Dycss, were guests or Miss Charles Jones yesterday Crigger Jr.. j. T. Phillips and Mrs. Gene Sykcs are in Memphis today. Mrs. Tom Phillips and Mrs. Ber- ., Marcus Limbaugh; Lcntl went to^coro for ladies, Mrs, Mllo G. wood; und J. H. Workman low Atlow and and among the men. Ti^ose attending were Mr. | Mrs. P. W. Coleman. Mr. Mrs. Mllo G. Atn-ood, Mr. Mrs. Marcus Limbaugh. Mr. Mrs. J. H. Workman, Mrs. C. E Miller. Mrs. T. A. Haggard and Carl Hughes. The Woman's Missionary society was entertained in the home of Mrs. I'. E. Ponder Monday after-!-'' noon. Thc meeting <viis owned 1 with prayer by Mrs. O. A. Oniil- j vant and the devotional was given by Mrs. A. D. Abcrnnlhy. The ' last Ihree chapters of (lie study given by Mrs. J. H. Grain, of Wilson, is a patient in (he Memphis Baptist hospital. Frank Wagner underwent an ! operation for appendicitis this Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan '. morning at the niylhcvillr hos- E|::nt Thursday night at Lcpauto, l |llftl - H ^ condition is very good Ark., as guests of their daugh- Mrs. Jewel Kildow, of 'Elowali, ter, Mrs. Dan Portls jr. Friday, underwent an operation tor ap- Mr. and Mrs. Jordan and Mr ami Ptndicilis last night nt the lily- Mrs, perils spent the day (n Mem- Iheville hospital. phis. Mr. find Mr.,. J.'i. Soiilfccvn left! T1 'e republics of yesterday to spend thc winter in " ll( l Mexico points of Florida. archies. Dcwarl Smith returned Brazil, Haiti formerly were mon- yesterday from the Memphis Bap-' tist hospital where he underwent! n tonsil operation over tiie week end. Mrs. Smith went down and remained with him. • Miss Bertie McBriJe. daughter ^ of Mrs. Bulord Spence, underwent! tonsil operation at Dr. Chap- • 1 Still Make GOOD HARNKSS MADDUX Harness Shop book Juanlin Sleele. , ~ • « ium, jjv.'*- i Ml'S. It. A. SllCllCC \VllO ha<j nard^Gooch ar c in Wilson today. |bcsi, connnwl to her bed tlic past The I.ovoliost Gift of All - - SOUTHWORTH Ol-fr Joe Isaacs' Slllrr MORE FOR YOWR MONEY "D H T /^'TCJTi^F FA I O BR Y ..,.,»f CREDIT*, , 'a- ^ , Jeweler ACROSS THE STREET FROM RITZ THEATER Crab Meets Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was a suest of the Tuesday club when it met at the home of Mrs, Elton W Kirbj- yesterday. Mrs. Kirby served a two course lunch at her dining table which Jad Christmas decorations on it, Mrs. .W. D. Chamblin had high = Scout News Boys — Girls Boy Scout Troop 37 met Mouthy night at the first Presbyterian Church. There \vcr c 20 present. During the evening the boys decided to mnke arran^emeuts for n four mtui rifle team and to To University Group <a-nr» ~*,t »T . .. , 6 lour "inn rn c team a™ to anal"Send nth J ' N ' Ck •nwwM-lte.jc the other troops lo matches. •-"'.,, ; A ccmmittee was appointed to see "Voroj sutrens j about the use cf army.rifles and Club Entertained j t!le i "'"" >r - v lm dri "Mrs. Max- B. Reid entertained : n ,,. n 11 i T 11 the Young Matrons Club yesterday Kabbl fTOllack talks at her home, wliich was decorated _ -- . with a Christmas tree and other Yulelide ornaments. Mra. Doyle Henderson won the i Ra'obi Herman Pollack is speak- pnzc, a relish dish. ; !•••; t»-\r.y h«forc th c Hillcl So:isty of the University ol Arkansas. Payettcvillc, on the subject: "Youth i Looking Toward the Future." The Mclnodisl Union Meets | Hillcl Society is a national organi- At Like Street Cliurch j zation of Jewish university youth. .The Mississippi county Metho-; sponsored by the B'nai B'r'ith. dist young people's union met last i • night at the Lake Street Methodist j According to . experts, there arc Cmirch for iu regular monthly ' nearly 1200 passengers. 10 tons or mectin 3- j express and 23 tons of mall aloll , . The hostess served a salad course at the close ot the games. regular monthly a- jL\iJiu^s iiim ^.i luii.s in man aioil Tlie 85 members present repre-j each second of the day and night. ieiltCd all nf thn \Xfl\\sv4il-* ..U. \- ff\n\\\\l\nA o!,-liTln.- «r tl,^ TTHL.n.l . Combined airlines of the United f s r Christmas B'DIAMONDS^.;. 1 . B BDLOVA Watches . . , 0 SILVERWARE .... 0- CLOCKS . . 0 RINGS . . . 0" and so forth Radiant, dazzling; ,\ l:irse, full (.„( ,'|j;,_ rtmii! win, iniitch- "^ diamonds in ;i (ir.-iiilifnl scl A splendid ciis;ige- inrnt ring widi :: biillianl ilianioncls, :•- u-cdding hand set U'ith dramnnrts. rerfeet blur.-wllite center stone, nhcut ;i rarat, 3 [rerfecl- I'y rnalclicd stciic-s m cither side. LADY BDLOVA 17 Jewels UIK AMOtlCA 5 24 75 Sfroll, ilender, beoufi- Fully cngtcwed; in (ho charm ard co/o naltjial gold! of OOOMSS OFTIMI '29 75 - A grcal wahli voluef Stj Ihfi j'mort, new, accurate 17 Jewel BUIOVA. MARTHAWASHINOTON 17 jewels,- round, (mall Qi a dime, and sef with Iwospoilding diamonds! . -_ —....',.,.1 |vtcot.'(ii. represented all of thc Methodist churches in the county. During the business session, pre-i In tlic period from January to| sided over by Burnett Wilson of : .J«ne in 1928. there was n 'total I Osccola, the president of the union, of 12.000,00 miles flown by air- 1 j li 0nUl!!r " records were checked craft. From January to June dur- and th e Dell Methodist church and inn 1!137. there were -15.0o9950 Uie First Methodist Church of Ely- miles flown. in Which lo Get The I'KKr'ECT GM'T Good Vision Vtiu c«n Ining h.inpincvs Chrhimas morning by eivins "ir si" nf gc.-d vnian. Any- wc en yoi'r Rift list who lias faulty vision will appreciate •his gift ir.nrt nf all. JIavn I hem rctrc le us fcr ,TII «.N- WERT & WERT tometrists Oph Main ami Railroad Phone 5-10 HANGER S 24 75 1 5 jewel-,, in ihc popu. \oi now noluiol gold color. AMERICAN CUPPER '29 75 . . . . . . iturdy . . . dppendoblo I 7 Jc-.-.";l Uulova. MINUTE MAN $ 33 75 Curved lo fi! llie wiist, 1 7 tcwols. The aiiifocrat of fine watches! There is no gift so precious as a dependable timepiece . . . none that lives so long in useful service. . Select a Bulova! Regardless of (he prico you p,>y, it will be true (o its (rur.l, to fell time, on time, throughout the years. STUD SETS Cuff linksondstudi olwoy* welcome. beautiful cifl boxes, from. .. J 2°° CASE AN!) IIGHTIS Combination <igaieMc <:ciso and lighter. A Iccfion l^cr.i,.. S1ICTSIC RAZOR No hniili, lal^icr or violet required. A uic- M, practical <jiflforHIM! STONE SET KINGS A vaifefy of slone* lo choo>? fiom - . , Ruby, Zircon and other brilliant gem; CTC^ fiom , / H»U)GK 1,,-VMPS DK1-SSKU SSKTS .MivVS, .-MILITARY SKTS l.t'ATHKK GOODS PENS GIFTS WRAPPED AND MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS— O'BRVANTPAYS THE POSTAGE! 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