The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1941 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 16, 1941
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, -JANUARY 16, I Social Calendar "FRIDAY'S EVENTS Jesse M. White entertaining Friday Contract Club. Mysic department. Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock, club house. Mrs. Ross Moove entei taining C. B. C. dub. . Mr. Goodman and Bride RctKm from \Veddinjr Trip 'Mi 1 '.' and Mrs. Bennett Bailey Goodman have returned from a wedding trip to Hot Springs and arc new at home at 619 Walnut street. Mrs. Goodman is the former Miss Frances LeRoy GSHam ol Steele, Mo., daughter ol .Amos LcRoy Gillam. Mr. Goodman, son'of. Mrs. Bennett Bailey GoodmsrHiSr., of Memphis, and the former Miss GUlam were married Wednesday, Jan. 3, at Ihe home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton DeWitt Mar- Jin, of Steele. The Rev. James A. Overholscr. pastor of First Presbyterian Church, solemnized the ceremony, at High Noon in"'the presence of members of the two. families and a few friends. Talisman roses, carnaiion.s aud greenery decorated the Martins' country home for the wedding. The bride wore a blue crepe ensemble designed with a long jacket. Her accessories were in black and .she wore a corsage of red roses. »»••••• | 1 D. A. II. Nuinus Delegates Delegates to the state conference and the Continental Congress of trie Daughters otf the American j R^voMon" were named at. the meeting of the Charlcvoix chapter Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs,. Charles Penn. Mrs: F. B. Jcyner and Mrs. W. T. Oberst were hostesses with Mrs. Penn for the luncheon meeting. Spring flowers were used about the Penn. home. Miss'* Cordelia Wilhite as vice regent -was elected alternate to take Regent Mrs. R. C. Rose's place at the -state conference in Pine Bluff in February. Mrs. 1 James B. Clark anff Mrs. M. O. Usrey. were chosen as delegates and Mrs. C. P. .Tucker .a*id Mrs. W. A. Afl'lick as alternates. ' Mrs. Rose and Miss Wilhite were named delegates to the Continental Congress in Washington in April. Alternates arc Mrs. C. C. Lungston, Mrs. James B: Clark, and Mrs. G'. -o. ewiiCi A progra^ .on "Old' 'Southern Songs -written during the War Between the States".was presented • by Mrs." Joyner and Mrs. James Hunt, of Manila. Mrs. Usrey, Mrs. Oberst and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford were named to the nominating committee. Annual election will be conducted in February. The chapter voted to cooperate with the Colonel John Martin Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists in their appeal to the president to intern saboteurs and subverters. During the business se.sMon, announcement was made that a turkey had been presented b.v the chapter to Mrs. H. H. Houchins. i- t * Idt-;iI Community Is Sjx'altor's 'jDH'iw "Ideal Community" wan I he .subject ol ihr talk made by Don Siilherhwi nt Ihr. meeting of the Central Parent Teacher Association Wednesday afternoon at the school. Sixty one members and .several guests were present for the meeting. The tonevte band of the third and fourth grades played three numbers under the direction of Miss Medrith Hancock. The president's message was read by Mrs. Jamie T. Fox and Mrs. li. C. Allen introduced Mr. Sutherland. X' » 4 Arc Guests of Club Mrs. Eibcrl Huffman. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla and Mrs. F. Don Smith were guests of Mrs. Ben W. Harpolc Jr. Wednesday afternoon when she entertained members of the ADC Bridge club for a party at her home. A dessert course was .served at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Harpolc was high and Mrs. James Terry, second high scorer. * * -k , Mrs. O. T. Hunt ^ Honored at Party Mrs. O. T. Hunt, who was before her recent marriage Miss Virginia Williams, was honored with a bridge party and miscellaneous shower given Tuesday night by Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Miss Lola Nason at/the Lynch home. Mrs. A. B. Fairfield received the pri7,c for high score' among the 16 guests in. the bridge games. The guest of honor found her gifts by going on a Treasure Hunt, the last clue of which led to the packages. Miss Na'son-' presided over the refreshment table in the center o'f whirh was "arranged a crystal epergiio of white narcissuses,''pink carnations and white tapers. * . * * I'oslponc Club Meeting: The meeting of the Music Department of the Woman's club, scheduled for.Friday afternoon, has been postponed until the following Friday, Mrs. H. J. Kleindienst. department president, announced today. The meeting will be at 3 o'clock. * » * plul) Meets At Kuhlio Members of the Delta Contract club were - entertained by Mrs. Hiram Wylie at a party at tiie Rustic Inn Wednesday afternoon. High score pri/,c in the yames went to Mrs. Roland Green. A dessert course was served. » * « Daughter Named The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee Ycngcr of Stcele, Mo., Sunday at Wails hospital, has been named Jo Lee Ycager. Mrs. Ye^gcr is the former Miss Sybil Brack-in of this city. * ft 4 Arc New Members Miss Bobby Ann Purvis and MLss Mary Helen Moore attended their first meeting of the -T. 'N. T. club a.s members Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss Peggy White. Miss Patricia Wise was elected reporter of the club during the business session. The hostess served sandwiches, cakrs and iced drinks during the social hour. * * V Former Local Girl Marries In Nevada Mr. and Mrs. John T. Phillips, formerly of here and now of Baton Rouge, La., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Helen Elizabeth Phillips, to Dwight Thomas Conn of Los Angeles, Calif. The ceremony was solemnized in Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday, Jan. 4. at<G o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Babbitt, of- Los Angeles, were their only attendants. • The bride wore a wine velvet dress trimmed with rhinestones. Black accessories and a silver fox scarf with an orchid corsage completed- her costume. • ' • Mr. and Mrs. Conn will make their home in Los Angeles where tlie bridegroom is engaged In the bonding and insurance business. * * (i Has Club Parly Spring, flowers formed the centerpiece of Mrs. James H.. Bell's dining table Wednesday afternoon when she had the Wednesday Bridge club party at her home. Playing with the club members were Mrs. Jack Brooks, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. C. W. Af- fiick. Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. W. J. Wuuderlich were high and second high scorers respectively in the bridge games. Bits of News Mostly Personals Eastern Star Chapters Will Entertain Hot Springs Woman Here Six chapters will join with the local Order of the Eastern Star in entertaining Mrs. Rubj Altaian of 'Hot Springs, Worthy Grand Matron, when she visits here Monday. . Plans are underway for a banquet to be- given in the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble at 7:00 o'clock, officers of the local chapter stated Member of BIytheviiie Band To Piay In Clinic ' Bill Morse will go to Little Rock Wednesday to play., in the National Band clinic of Region ' Seven at which band members'.: from six states, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama? Tennessee and Kentucky, will be represented. . He was selected ' to attend the four day band clinic by the clinic committee from an application submitted several weeks ago. Judging of applicants was lor the most part based on the music they have studied. . Young •. Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs.* Byron Morse, is president of Miss Mary Eunice Laysou. MLvs Virginia Little. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson, Miss Frances McHaney and Bill Pease will attend the Katherne Hepburn show, "The Philadelphia Story," in Memphis".Friday Might. ; . Miss Edna Pearl Chapman is resting well at Blytheville fcllowing an .appendectomy- performed there Thursday. The Rev. James A. OverriBlsn- \vill atten da called meeting of the Arkansas Presbytery <it First-.Presbyterian church of Little Rock Friday, J. J. Pickren. who is in, Memphis Methodist Hospital, continues to'improve, but is yet unable to be removed to his home here. Mrs. L. D. Chamblhy, was called to Memphis today to be with her mother. Mrs. Apple Ion. who is seriously ill of pneumonia. Gene Miller of 'Columbia. Mo.. attended to business here ."Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald V. Colo, of Centralia, 111., have returned In addition to the Blytlieviile group, other chapters to assist with the banquet will be J. A. Ashlin chapter at BuTfman, Osce-' ola, Wilson, Lepanto, Dyess and Manila. A number ol gtiests, notables in Eastern Star work, are expected to be present. These include li Worthy Grnnd Patron .from 'Missouri, three Past Grand Patrons, Dr. L. E. Tucker and Dr. Ira W. Ellis, both of Monette, and -J. Walter Hill of Lepanto; Mrs. E. R. Bogan of Luxora, Past Grand Matron; and Mrs. Ruth Slaten of Joiner, District Deputy Grand Lecturer. Following the dinner, the group will assemble in the Chapter Hall for a lecture by Mrs. Allman. These' plans were made at a meeting of the O. E. S. Tuesday night at the Hall. Representatives from Wilson, Osceola and Manila met with the local members. home after spending Tuesday 'and Wednesday here as guests of Mrs. Cole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitworth. Mrs. T. H. Lloyd, of Paragould, has returned to her home after spending several days here with her daughter. Mrs. Charles G. Mcrehead. who was ill of influenza. Mrs. Morehead is now much better although still confined to her home. Rosenthal's Complete Sell-Out At this unheard-of low price! shoos arr priced for a quick sellout, -and-ivc dc snrau QUICK: At only $1 a pair, >vcmcn wH] be buving- 2 and 3 pairs at a 'time ^'o luirry for yours ol the Entire Ladies Keady-Fo-Wear Slock NOW IN PROGRESS Further drastic reductions have been wade. Every coat . . . every dress . all G'irls' and Children's coats and dresses must he sold to the last Garment. Many Have Taken Advantage of This Sale Why Not You? also LADIES' DRESSES Va!UeS Sale ^^ $100 Price 1 BETTER DRESSES Values to $6.75 f Sale . T Price 1 LADIES' COATS Values to $12.75 Just a Few Left Sale Price $095 2 Values to $12.75 * Sale Price $095 3 Values $16,75 to $29.75 An Extraordinary Coat Huv SALK TRICK $C99 6 ZELL SLIPPER SHOP S «!; fronr Firhl National Phone -7a M Children'* Coats Sizes 3-to-6 Sale Price 635 Girls' Coats Sizes 7-to-16 V Sale Price CHILDREN 7 S AND GIRLS T DRESSES Sixes 3-lo-n SALK PRICIv 25c SHOES SACRIFICED Hundreds of pairs originally not included in our ."""shoe clearance sajti have been added this week. (£>1 f\f\ ALL THESE SHOES GO AT SI.79 to S1.98 Girls'OXFORD Wacks (icrpn.. Sale- at { $1.00 Rosenthal, Inc. 22(3 AY. Main St., J51yihcvill c , Ark., Phone 33G the local band' and is an appji- cant recommended by Miss Rosa M. Hfcrdy, principal of the-high school, and Charles O. director of the bend. CARD OF THANKS - The family of the late W. C Stone wishes to thank all thos< who were so kind and thoughifu during their recent bereavemejYt 1M1 JANUARY CLEARANCE STILL GOING STRONG — MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW. Our policy is. to avoid carrying any merchandise over from season to season. Therefore everything must go to make room Tor the new spring fashions. ALL SALES FINAL! NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES! 7K *TID C O C CO /DUKtobto VALUES TO 4^ 145 DRESSES* VALUES 5. 2 f*r $5.00 I 110 DRESSES* V/U.UES TO 7.95 SKIRT SALE Every skirt to he cleared at <mcc. Values to S2.95. .All wool flatinrT and corduroy in all the n c.-vv shades. SJze.s 24-30. At one low price. HOSIERY SPECIAL KcEftftor 7.') c values, full, fashioned, 2 and H thread, all silk hose.. . .Pair VALUES TO 12.95 » o OATS VALUES TO 22.50 ADV. VALUES TO 32.00 PURSES A I? our purses formerly sold up tO $1.49 0)1 inllC 50c I'liilorcd. National Advevlised brands. s $1. 50c BLOUSES Lan;c stock.. ot\ bloiusejs. Pastel shinies. Values <o $1.49. S9c Smart shades wfaves. Rtjg values $1.49." KaUs lavly sold ...-lip.-' $1-05. Al'.llic'jgiye tuvoy price :bf\> f

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