The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 16, 1937
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PAGE TITO BLYTHEVIM.K, (ARK.)' COUUIRR NEW» THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1037 Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club to luxvc Christina party al club lit 2iW o'clock. YoiiJit; Maton'.s J'iljle o (he First- Baptist church to h.iv Christmas party .at the liomc o. Mi's. Robert tirlnie.s 7:30 o'clwl "09 E. 'Davis iivenu?. HcJis-lcy-lttelrlrh U'edrtiiig; Date Changed The rlate of Ihe wedding of Mis? Lillian Dietrich, daughter of Mr. (mil Mrs. A. F. Dietrich, lo Dr. Joe Bessley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. IBeasley of Steelc, has I>een changed from January 15 to January 1. The ceremony will be psrformed ,it tlie First Presbyterian Church at 5 o'clock In the afternoon by the Rev. S. H. pinion, pastor. Mrs..Sims MIchie, of steele, sister of tlie bridegroom, will be matron of honor. Miss Paul Schiiltz '. of Cape Glrardeaii, and Mrs. Max Logan will be bridesmaids. Dr. Humphrey If. Hardy of Alexandria, La., will act as l;est man mid Paul Dietrich, brother ot the bride, and Max Usrcy, of camden, Ark., will be ushers. Mrs. F. B. Joyucr will play the . organ. » # f> Tf Zlavp The Altar Society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception will have a bazaar at the Hotel Glcn- coe Saturday and Monday from 9' until a o'clock. , - \ • • • "?rn Horn. An ci^ht pound son w)io har, tsen named Jerry Wayne. was horn'last uinht at the Tilythoville . hospital to Mr. and Mrs. W. VV. --Daniels. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia | ("an. Mrs. C. B. Driver, Mrs. ChiirlCJf Lowranee, Mrs. W. V. Alexander. Mrs. Kd Wiseman, Miss Elcctra Buck, and Mr. find Mrs. Jnmcs Driver. !•'. E. Tompklns attended tlie monthly Asvoclallonal Council of the iJ:ipli:;t, churches in Mississippi County at Annorcl 1 Luxora Socicly — Personal lilvc llriil-jc I'arly For I oily <;uc.sls A large |vc-hci)ldny party war, ( given Tuesday night in the iKtmej of Mrs. J. I. Mtfllin. with Mrs.] Charlie Mlffltn, Mrs. IJIIian 1'rcear, i Miss Iva Crabtrce, and Miss Ruth 'I nc.sdav. I.. Jenkins was taken to the -v*. tit*. . ftUISS J Y Worker's uulloch as co-hostesses. Fartv n'els eni:,ed contract l)cid'<:: \\ilh Christmas trees, giu'lancta, and i;j- Inscttas makluj; an attractive setting for decoration in the naptlst Hospital In Memphis Sun- 1 living rooms and dining room <>p,'n day altcnicon suffering from u to llielr guests. ' kidney ailment. He will undergo •>" operation later tu the week. He nas accompanied by Mrs. Jenkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul l.iKter. E. H. Burns, R. c. Brya'n, A. T. Dell. Den F. muter, and R. c, RraiYi') returned yesterday |chic»KO where Ihc-y have from been ittcndlug the meeting of the'Am- Fnrm Bureau Federation, All attractive nhite '^a out the red and green motif, a gealed fruit salad, pear honey. cream cheese, open face sandwiches, individual fruit cookies. toasted pecans, and tea was serve:! after the awarding of prizes \vlilch went, to Mrs. Sue Brown. Fosloria sherbets, for htirh tcorc. embroidered pillow cases Bits of News Mostly Person*! Madeira i to Mr:;. ' LaiiBston fcr second hlih, and third high lo Mrs. Russell Bowen. linen bc<lroom set. Cut prly.e went to Mrs. T. P. Hudson. Camark- |x>t- tery. and traveling |n'i?.e to Mrs. H. L, Houck. R vase. Out of town guests were: Mr*. Edward Seagravcs, Mrs. I.'juis George, Mrs. M. C. Ccokc Jr.. nt Ojceola; Mtw Dolly Goswich, '(if New Madrid. Mo.; Mrs, H. C. Dividson. Mrs. Marvin Crillcnthn, >aul Blown hint naughtcr ' » u<1 Ml ' s .- c - n - Woocl i 1 '- Ol 1M ^'- theville. "i it) j;etlin'Mi'l. nl playin' eh cs ID ilK'.sc t'liristniai ii.'i^i'.n oi 1 I ,CL nit: in :n\\ tliiiU- r vxccpi a conifiK vtilc?" a. Ciiit't I Son Horn. A 'seven pound j .1. McCrny al 10 o'clock CluUtmns • )<•«(•, ('links. Ihe girls exchanged morning at the home of Mr, and Christmas gifts, Mrs, Conrad Olson in Stockton. '! bcnln' After (he ceremohy the couple will motor to Nawa, Calif., where The Little Theater mcelhv they will stay until Jan. 1 when Klu.dulcd fcr Ir.nlght has been son Was born Insl niffht to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gill'at the Blylhcvillc hospital. He has been named Ritss2ll jr. Mrs. Gill was formerly Miss Aneeline Henderson. - * * -7 B. A. C!. Club .Meets The B. A. C. club met yesterday at the home of Mnry Prances Woodson *\v!ll> six members present. Frances Shcmse was elected leader for the next meeting and Nancy Uolliind, secretary. The hostess served popcorn balls, punch <uid cookies. Mis. Iies:s Godwin To Many Christmas Day iTi. ness Gc:i'.vin. a fiinncr res- go to Moutica. 'Iheve they «'lll miikc Ihoir home in Ihc Marlon Hotel. M". MTruv •">"ducts an automobile sales ajjency. f, S. (Sass Has Meeting The Overseer Sunday ischool class of the First* Baptist Church mot Monday night nt Ihc home ot Jenn ncturland. Tlie newly elected officers presided over the business session. They nre Mnry Jean Afflick. president; dent; .lean Uomlaiid, .vice presi- Junnlce Waljwlo, secretory; lone Mucry, treasurer; aud.Josc- pliine Shlbley. reporter. The girls planned to fill a basket for Ihc church' Christmas gifts. After the hostess served refrch- Mrs. Shirley Ann, and Mrs. Claud will return tonight from Kcnnetl) " " * where they spent yesterday and I" 1 * Fr-nit Dcnton last nlghl with relatives. I Hearts Missionary Society Mr. nnd Mrs. n. s. Simmons.and | Mrs. T, Frank Dcnton has been! Miss Ncal Luckoit were in Mem- i elected president cf Ihe Woman's j phis yesterday. \ Missionary Society of the Mctho- •"irs. W. J. Wuudcrllch and Mrs.' dist Church here. John Miles Miller went to Memphis'. Other officers named were: Mrs. yesterday afternoon and will re- li. W. Thomas, vice president; Mrs. turn tonight. ' J. J. Johnston, corresponding sec- Mr, and Mrs. c. T, Shamlln jr.. of rctary; Mrs. R. W. Owen, record- it. Louis, are visiting Mr. and ing secretary; Mrs. T. n. Dudney. Mis. accrue Shnmlin and Mr. and , treasurer; Mrs. James T. Randle. rostponcd until Dec. 31. at which time the committee for selecting !> three act play for the group will be chosen. « - * Ijitcrlain.s \Vt>il"rsilny ClnlJ. Mrs. w. J. Wniulcrllcli was hostess In the Wednesday club ycs- tsrday whcii two guests, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs nucl Mrs. Chester Cixld- well, \vere present. She served u two course lunch nl small tables. Her home war decorated with Christmas ornaments. .Mrs. Fnrnsworth Black bad high score and Mrs, Jnmes II. Bel), .wc- (,ncl hifsh. Young-Looking Frock for the Busy Young Matron 15V C'AKOI- DAY S TART the New Year will) the good, resolution lo look your ticsl even around Ihc kitchen. Then cany it out by malting up Paltern 8103 at once. The dress with sunburst tucking ut the throat is very flattering and very young in effect—the round neck, sash tic and butlon-down-back closing all contribute to a general cllect of casual, young charm. Tlie pattern is very easy lo follow. And there are complete sewing instructions to lell you exactly what to do if you have nevor .sewn before. Choose a fabric like fine percale or rayon print und use a plain color lo accent the very becoming round neck. You can make the dress in a few hours. Many \voincn who know the economy of a plentiful round - ihc-house wardrobe make up a pattern like this one in two or three different fabrics. Pattern 8103 is designed for sizes 12, 14, 16, IS and 20. Size 14 requires 3 1-2 yards of 35 or 3!) inch material'and I-2'Vai'tl of contrast inj;. ^ '• The new WINTER PATTERN BOOK is ready for you now.' It has 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every occasion. Photographs show dresses made from these pal-, terns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Let the chavmmc, designs in this new book help you in your scwinp. One pattern and the new Winter Pattern Book—25 cents. Winter Book alone—15 cents. For a PATTERN of this attractive model send 15e in COIN , your NAME, ADDRESS STYLE 1 NUMBER and SIZE to TODAY'S-' PATTERN BUREAU, 111 STERLING PLACE, BROOK-' .!,YN, N, Y, address your cnvclore to uiylhcviiit. courm KCA-S Today's Pattern Bureau, 11 Sterling Place, Brooklyn. N. Y. i Chillis mid Lee Williams. prize by Mrs, Georjjc Vidsou Bruce and Miss MariiaieJ, Kibher were married at Marion Saturday. Mrs. Bruce is I lie granddaughter of Mrs- l<- C. Crawford and Mr. IJruce is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Ei'iice. The yomiK couple will live in Kel- r Gin C'o. 'The Home Kcimomk.s (jii'ls nc ' ( ' :?n house Tuesday aflernoon from one until four in (lie llomu Kccnoinics building where the display of the year's work was made. Christmas sn'fts wrapped in uciiutiful paper. hanrl-iiiHiir decorations for Ihe tree, .slullcd toys, imm-rtrop tree, wnfl'lo-weuvc mats, picture framing of rc'pivxlucliin.s by (he srcat artist.s .doll's wardrobe and hlock prints were "in the display. ^The jiving rconi of the home li'consmic* btiilding was decorated in mistletoe, [line, fruits and candles. New draperies of home .spun material l:avc recently been huiiy in Ihc living room. These were iKi'tiu by (he girls of the third Fudge, divinity and date loal were served by the ijirls durlnr; the i'th'rnoon. IT/I Kvcry(hinj» for your enter tninmcnt :md comfort. Mis. C. T. Sliamltn until after the htilidnys. mission study leader; Mrs. W. E. Head, assistant mission study Mrs. Earl Kooiita of Pulton. Mo.. I leader; Mrs. Leila Brantlcy. .su'wr- who has been the guest of her, iutcndcnt, of jsocial relations; Mrs. mother. Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and R. H. Oivc'n. spiritual life Mi|>erin- fanilly, has gone to Jacksonville, tenrtent; Mrs. Louis Spa mi, ptih- Fla. She was accompanied by Mr. "city superintendent; Mrs. R. W. Keenly;, who Joined, her here. They , Thomas, World Outlook supcrinten- will return about January 1 after having visited Mr. Zconlz's brother, Jerry Koonta. Mr. 'and Airs. Dan M. Dunktn motored to Memphis yesterday lo Sunday from several weeks visit in 1" sec Tern Wtiitwolrh. who under- ] Shrevcporl. La., and Smackovcr. 1 .... O p cra t| 011 jn ( [ lc Mem-. Ark. (lent; Mrs. H. W. Worslcy, parsonage committee. Mrs. Lillian Frcear rsluniccl LaiKirum. Mrs. Bufoi'd 'I'hweatt. i tlo'.icon; .mines Laccy. Tyler; A. Last Time Today Charles I5«y«r & (ircla (iitrhn in saj&amiiPM 1 * Miss Dolly Goswieh. and Mr. and Mrs. missel! Bawen. Penney Store Employes Urooks. senior master of ceremonies; Clyde Metcalf, junior master of eeremcnies. The lodse voted to hold a public installation in connection with the To Get Chi'istmas BonUS ' 1 - CMl 'villo and Manila Masonic i Lod»e and the Eastern star ehau- I let's of Manila and Lsachviltc at i the Lcacliville hall. Dec. 27. Ako 1'ar.iiiinnnt News A(!mii*H>n iM.itinre 1(1-.- ,t ' Admission N'ighls 16c i ' The 13 regular and 30 extra cm- \ ploycs of thc^j. c. Penney store! were infcrmed last night, in a store j meeting, that the company would I Keitmr phis BnptisL hospilal several days figo. Mr. Whltworlh's"condition is good. ^frs. William Wooci left, via motor Sunday for an extended visit \vilh ' her sister in California. She will Ulyllievillc, will marry E. itscnts of sandwiches, cookies, and j SANTA SAYS GIVE MUNSINGWEAR THIS CHRISTMAS Osceola Society —• Personal Mrr. .Uiliii Ki'.ci:iKt,.ii Hostess 'i'hc Frcncli artist, Cezanne, his life and works were reviewed by Mrs. C. M. Harwell al. Die reguliir meeting of the Literary Dcpart- (noni nr t,i)p Progressive Club in the home of Mrs. John Edrin^lon Tncsdny afternoon. Eighteen members responded- to roll cnll with current events. - Modernistic An was discussed by Mrs. E. W. Packard. an:l Ihe hook entitled "The : ArLs," reviewed j Dickcrsoti. by Mrs. Ccorgc Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mr. and visit - m ot i lei - western points and Mrs. C. G. Smith jr., are in Mem- Mexico before returning home, siie r>|)is loday. I \ v!1 - s accompanied by Mrs. I^roy '- Mrs. rjnnl Oieenwcll attended \Vood, of -BlythevlHe. thc.fimcral of nok-oo iraydei, in. Mrs. s. J. .Smttl! mctore:! to c.n- Catuthcrsvillc yesterday morning. lllmbiili Tenil Wef , neM |,, v f0 r her Mra. Dave Lewis of Jackson. grnndson . Clarence Crawford jr., Miss., arrived yesterday to spend wllo w)11 spenl , his £chool chrisl . Ihc holidays with her mother. ,, las holidavs in Memphis and Lux- Mis. B. T. Worthy. Mr. Lewis will ora ;:in her later. Mrs. H. W. Spann and Miss Florence Rush Ictt Thursday for a visit . , , , lioc k. O f several weeks with their sister, today for a three clay visit Mrs Elmo c ,, mpbcll . of sl ^^ Ihc county health muses, i MrSi 3am M( , a( , OVTS lliLS retumc(1 home after a tlircc months stay with Mr. Meadows on their plan- latioli home ntfar Arkadelphia. Miss Marguerite Uaiighn, state* health nurse from Lilllc Mrs. Buster Richardson, of siko- ilon. returned to her home 'today because of Ihc illness of Mr. Rich- arrlson, after spending a few days! liere Garner, her sisler, Mr. Garner. Mra.' Richardson planned lo slay until after the holidays. Her daughters, Dr.tty Jo and Sue Agnes, remained here fcr a longer visit. Two,piece Balbriggan and Tuck Stitch •Pajnmas by MUNSINGWEAR l o Miiaitly dcsisiicrt, MI IjC.ui- lihillj' mailc. io snug uitt irmttirlablp that ..he will lie tlirillfd lo crt our. of HHW MunM'ngvtnr slccring* cir- utotts in her ° C h r i s ( m.t s All srns. Ladies Gowns!) i Junior fiCRiesMve »'luli I HUH Welfare I'rojrram ! CriRlnn) c|iiej;tiui>s trrltlcn out by Ihc members of Ihe Junior • Progressive Club, on Public. Wol- I lure. Health. Eugenics, ntiri suli- | jccls pertaining lo them tormcd I Ihe basis of n round table discussion led by Dr. L. D. Masscy Uc', fore Ihe group niglil in Ihe j home of Pearl Carlwrifiht. Publi: [ Welfare, one of the nine major i (lep.ittmciils of Ihc General Fecl- i criilion of Women's Clubs, forms I the liiisis of all prosrums in Jun- j ior an dsenlor clubs in December of each year. Mrs. A. F, Spiesi! ' and Mrs. Bob Cromer are leaders! of the younger group. i ! Rolaiy C'hib Meets i A service plnylcl rendered hvj iiirinbcrs of the Hatcher 4-H club ' mill trained by Mrs. Kdgar Carney j was Ihc main feature of the pro- : nrain at- the weekly lunclicon meeting of the Rolary' Club Tuesday. C. A. Cnnnhigluim of Uly- Ihevllle. nadn R. E. Clibbons of Mcinjilils were gueslu. Have Style ,Sh«iv The sophomore class In Homo Economics numbering twciily im- ptls. under the leadership (it the teacher. MLss Frances Campbell, (rnve a .style show al the regular clinp?) hour of high school Friday. The program was in Ihr form of^ a playlet .broadcast vi; ( i c [(.. | vision. Twenty woolen rirrssrs made by the pupils were wrm \ n Mhn play. Dr. W. Moore Scott ol i,ii t | R Hock, Superintendent nl Home Missions for the Prcsbylcriani church, was the speaker a( ((.,,( mOiniiig hour last Sunday n\ tlir I //x-f^Presbytcrlnn church here. Hr v,- n '' y+j the etieat' of Mr. nnd Mrs jee i Cromer during the day. ' The Rev. E. L. Coir rciurnrd i Tuesday night from LltUc not* I wlicrc he Htteiided the annual ; board meeting of the Baptist hi HO Executive Boftrd. Mrs. Hugh Crslg and daughter ' Julia Lillard. have, relurnrri from a vlsll with relatives in Nashville Tennessee. Among Ihc Memphis visitors • Tuesday were.Mr. and Mr.s u ,\i Fletcher. Mrs. Wclby Yoimg. M IS ' j Hale Jackson, Mrs. Charles' Cole- Mrs. visilcd Tom Glass, of Memphis, friends here Tur.sdayi A Christmas pageant under the direction of Mrs. R. L. Houck. director of _lhe Baptist Young Pen- lilc's Unions, will be given at tlie liaptist Church Sunday night. Mrs. Hcuck's nssislnnls are Mr. Charlrs Corkvan and Mre. Jullii Owen. Memphis visitors this week arc Mr.s. R. C. L.ingslon. Mrs. J. M. YOUR BEST WISHES Will IJr give Christmas bonuses. Those who have been employed I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Rill [here for a year will receive a bo- j anil Ruth. Miss Annette Kirby mis equal to two weeks pav while:and Ml '- all 'd Mrs. Maurice Little Ihose having been employed there Tor less time will receive bonuses in proportionate iimounls. Last yenr Ihc company used the same basis in presenting bonuses lo more than 30,000 employes for Ihc first time. .. •' i . Wilkins fleeted Master Of Lcachvillc Lodge LEACI1VILLE. Ark., Dec. lfi.-_ At a regular meeliiis of the Wa- EOnic Ledge T. O." Wilkins was . elected Worshipful Master for 1933. Other officers elected were: Fred A. Alexander, senior war*!>• Curtis Culp, junior warden; LiUlier Gibbins, secretary; N. ». ]fonkcr, Irensurcr; Aaron lfook?r. senior deacon; Van Hooker, junior C/"i.".l> Oi TJIA.VKS We arc deeply appreciative ot Ihe kindnesses shown during the death of our daughter and sister, louise I ranks. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stewart Mrs. W. K Franks. were week end guesl.s in Macon. Miss. Mr. and Mr.s. Calvin Lowe, Mrs. W. E. Pigg. Mrs. Fred Crockett. H. P. Dunavant ami J. H. Watte attended the first, quarterly com ference in -Luxora last Sunday.' J. D. Ifighlowcr S|icnl the pas). '.-CL'k in Sarrtis. Miss., attemliiis' the funeral of ;\. cousin. Mi\s, U. H. Robertson entertained Tuesday with three tables ot brtrlpc. Besides the regular club Mrs. Spence Williams. Mrs. Lee Williams and Mrs. Ansil Montgomery score was were present. High won by Mrs. O. W. " withDomino . .oRefinedii>U.S.A. Quick kings Fruits.cereals and-fillings . iced drinks. Fitted Bags Leather Goods < Initial Rings in Hvnor of llit Cliiinniits; Xl/irs nj "Time Out for Romancr.'' jrci'iifi these st,utliiij;lv licjinlifnl ncwCtrurn u-iitcl'iVj i* an rxperirnce you'll m) t '"Oil foigct. \'c; Oil-Hill); (111C of llicsc ;iri,\toci'.iti(' tirii'-- I'ieco is a privilege wiifmi vonr rciich. l,!ir>k ,11 thi- new low pii,cs! CREST curves 'o fit the wiisi—,1 inasriilinr. ."tiirdy design. V'OGLT n >ly)rtl in the blest 5f|uai( inoilc. See tlic 'dislingnishcd Grucns at our store this week. Chest of Silver Diamond Rings Fosloria Glaaswavc JEWELRY AND OPTICAL STORE ...... —^ -— - Tf ta « t^ , PRfSfNTS LAPKWOOD'WOSICW Ji SWtERS CHRISTMAS- Compliments galore will ling out lor you ii you givs exquisite LARKWOOD Blockings this Clitislmas. For *hey cauy a cachet of luxury and loveliness ihat will bring sheer delight to everyone willi an appreciation ot fine Ihings. In three weights lor three type-occasions—all in a smart selection of colors. Jack Applebaum Friday - Pal Night t Ailuliy Arfmittcrt for Price nit ) o'LEStlE HOWARD :^8EtTE DAVIS - Olivia DeHAVILLAND its LOVE I'm After Also l'ai';\nicunt News Alsjo Scltclcil h'liorl.& Oimcdy i , Ailii'i'.";ian Miitiurr' ICc &' 2l5c : Adit.i^siim Xiglil Uic & : 2fa C'rnfiii^ Sorrn: KVinsiAlilNl". 11-1 1 AST <;,\N(iSTIvil 52N'I> STRIJli'r HO.SAI.U; DASISKl, iy DtSTIIDSS VI!(iUKS 01-' 1!K!S .\OTIII,\(j SA<;){l,f) I OVi; AND MISSUS OXY Ailiiiisiion Always I0o * 2(ic Slmn- every nij;til. Malinecs Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday &. Sunday Matinees star! ':>5 pun. Kaliinlay C'o ilinuous shnuhie frnin i to JltiO p.m. Nijlil shows slarl 6:15 p.m. Last Time Today PAL NIGHT! "Sh! The Octopus' 1 with Illicit Hfiherl & Allt-ii AlM> selected Friday - Saturday Also cartoon Jj serial. "Kadj 0 i',,Irol." Continuous showing Saturday.

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