The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 20, 1937
Page 4
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, l<m TUCSDAVS EVENTS Young Matrons' club meets with Mrs. Lloyd Slickmoji. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Bible Sludy ol Cliurch of Christ meets with Mrs. Howard Gill, 2:30 o'clock. Chapter "D" of P. E. O. metis with Mrs. H. H. Houchlns for Chrtslinas parly at 2:30 o'clock. Wnlnesdav club me els with Mrs. James H. Bell. THURSDAY'S EVENTS .Thursday Afternoon club meets with Mrs. Roscoc Craftou. Country Club: dance at club D o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia ®ftTHCA SCRYICT. 1KC. T. W. BIG. V. S.FAT.OFr. > — Miss Kllfn .Moore IVrrls Andrew Conlry. Miss EHcu Moore. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore, anil Andrew Conlcy, son of Mrs. Pete Conlry. were mnrricd Saturday niglit at 10' o'clock by the Rev. irmvaril King at his home. Mrs. Conle.v has lived lierc Si>r the past six years and is now employed at the A. G. Shiblcy Wholesale company. Mr. Conlcy Is employed by lUc Drlla Implement company. They are at home nt 119-South Lake si reel. * • * Entertains Wrth Dinner Mr. and Mrs. If. n. Houdilns' entertained at dinner last night at I Uielr home. ' Tile 'guests were Mr. and Mrs. E.. P. Fry. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens and -Air. and Afrs. Walker II. Baker. Dinner was served at the dining fable which was decorated in accordance with the Christmas season. Ifr. and Mrs. Honcliins, who have been having a scries of small dinner parties during the past several weeks, will have another after the holidays. + * • Surprise Party Given for Miss Virginia Coek A surprise birthday party was given Friday night for Miss Virginia Cook at her home by her Sunday school class. The house was decorated in red nnd green to carry out » Christmas motif. After the gifts were opened the 21 guests played games. Birthday cake, hot chocolate and popcorn balls were served by Vir- Rlnia's mother. Mrs. M. E. Cook, assisted by Mrs. lucx Gentry mid Miss Mildred Maxwell. Son Bom The ten pound on horn Iq Mr. and- Mrs. John Hancock at 312 North Fifth street Dec. 8. has been named James "Jl's a deal, niistiT. I'll cull t!ic lady of llic limi>e if you promise not t sell her am 1 liairhnr.lics." TVumble cntcrtnhicd willv a dunce Irom Long Beach, Calif., where lie at the Woman's club Saturday | is stationed in the imvy. fre and night on the occasion of their birthdays which arc on the; same Miss Grimes-received with Murray Thompson and Trimble received with James Roberts. Mr. and Afrc. Bert Trnmhle. Miss Tnimblc's parents, received with them. 'Refreshment ot birthdiiy cake and Iced drinks, ivei'c served. iUiss tlstlier Danaway jMarrics Joe L. Back The marriage of Miss fctlicr Dunaway. daughter of Mr. and MI'S. R. L. Duuan-aj'. and Joe L. Buck, sou of Mrs. J. R. tj»ck ,u,d [\ K late Mr. Buck, was .solemnised at Mrs. Buck will be here diirlnj; his 30 day furlough at the end of which they will go to Lone Beach. 'I'n Have Christmas Party Tlic Business and Professional Women's club win h.-ivc its animal Christina party tonight nl Ihc Woman's club. Dinner will be served at (i:M o'clock. Miss Cera Lcc Colcmnn is chairman of the hostesses who are Mrs, W. T. Obcrst. Mrs. Wlnnifrcil Reynolds and Mrs. Billic Hurst. nrinking in Films Scored PUEBf,0. Colit. (QP»— A resolution was adopted here by thn Women's Foreign Missionary Society Bits of News Mostly Personal Mi:* Ruth Butt. Mi's. Farns- worlli l!lark. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard are In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. DcLong and :,on. Billy, motored to Maiden and E<rnie. Ma., Hnnday to vLilt relatives, Tliey were accompanied by Mrs. J. Graham Siidbnry and son. GialKiin Jr.. who will remain in Bernlc for several days. nolored to Memplils Saturday for DH'ir daughter, Frances Holland, who has been, attendine the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Howard and Hal Moore returned yesterday from Baton Rouge, La., ivhcrc they have been attending L. S. U. They will visit their parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, during the holidays. Miss Evelyn Smart, who Is attending Mississippi state College for Women at Columbus, arrived home over the week end to spend the holidays wllh her parents Mr und Mrs. J. If. Smart jr, Mr. and Mrs. whit Goodman and daughter, of Memphis, arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. Goodman's pariMilx. ur. and Mrs. !•'. D. Smith. They will return to Memphis tomorrow. Mrs. Jim Hight and daughter, Rosemary. Mrs. U D. ClmmbJin and sons. Jack aivl Don, were In Memphis Saturday. Mifs Jeanne and Billv Hairi.wn, who arc attending Hcndrix Collejc in Coiuvay. came last night to scend Jack Wilson. Albert Ridings. J. ]?. .'"„;'">' "" """ ' uli " "'" "' ""' llnsbund. Byron and Jack- M ' ,, V i n~ r< r m -, m t -„„ „,Webb rctm-nc-d home over the a ™S' vB Jf M £ "HI wiv^uxlS wrrk end from Fns-cttcvlltc where to visit M] . !Wr ' din , s , „ ' ^> tiny Imvo hren allendmg the Oni-j E E Harc| ,, (|ur| u , l/\ i^ivniii] t S«! . .. .. ... ." *" - E E Harc| ,, (|ur| u , |j(| vrrs, y of Arkansas, to spend tl,e| M , Hllrdill wil| jol « tllcem ^^ hoi i lays here with their parents. Miss Dorotlu . ^ ai)k( , rs i ev . wlm { s Charles Jascpli .who is work- attending the aniversity of Georgia lilt' in luU. Okla.. anil Simon nt AlllenSi aml Bil , Tanltwsley. «-lio .loscpli who is attending Texas' is aitt-nding ftollcs school al Jack" A. and M nl College Sliition. Tex.. ;u']'ivcd liome over the week, end In visit their parents, Mr. and Mr;;. S. Jo.w|ih. They will leave Widncsday lor a trip ot poinis sotivillc. Pla.. came yesterday to sixsid the holidays will) tlieir mother. Mrs. s. J. Tankerslc-v. Judge and Mrs. B. B. Hollipctcr. r. are wsitine their dnugl)- Mr. Houchins. in Florida diirini; (lie holidays. Mr.her. Mrs. Zai B. Harrison, and Mr. und Mrs. Joseph will take Simon Harrison. They will be here until tack to school ns they re tin n I after Christmas. homi 1 . Mrs. P. D.' Underwood, of Little James Guard, who is attending Hock, arrived yesterday to visit her the Chicago Hchoo! of Optomctry, daughter. Mrs. H. H. Hoticliins, and in Chicago, arricvd home Sator- dny to visit lib parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. irni-mon Robinson returned Itomc'M' . Anm Tininn Work i'alimlay (ran Russellvillc where 1Ulsb Hmla n ^ lon WCCIb he is attendinB Arkansas Tech, fj Mr. J. Alfred Sparks ipcnd the holidays with his moth- J * cr, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, p'riday, he, Mrs. Robinson and son. Fr;e- rann. will go to und is employed in the New TUc- atre. Mr, Sparks is 24 years ol age and was graduated -from high school in Kewanee, Mo. He also attended college in state Teachers college In Springfield, Mo. j Mr. and Mrs, Sparks plan to make their home in the Milligan Ridge community where the groom has lenseil land for farming, At the Hospitals 'Mrs. Delia Harrington, route I. was admitted to the Btythovillc hospital yesterday. Mrs. B. McMulIln was removed from th c Blythcville hospital to her home. HOI West Ash street, yesterday la a c'obb ambulance. Mrs. Elbcrt Crowe and baby were removed from their home, mo 1 Cherry street, yesterday in a Cohb ambulance, to the Blythevillc hospital. .Mrs. A. j. wicker has been admitted to the Blythevillc hospital. B. G. Dooda. whose leg w:u; broken when he was struck by a j hit and run driver December 5. was removed yesterday .from the : Blythevilte hospital to his home at I noselaml. | Lyle Dacus. ten Jear old boy. I «'ho;e leg was broken when he was I struck by n car recently, was re- moved to the Blythevlllc hospital I V. S. Declares War on Wolves yesterday in a Cobb ambulance for | SEWAKD, Alaska (UP)—For u a cast to be put on his leg and he, long time, marauding wolves have was later returned to his, home on had things pretty much tliclr own South 21st, street. |way from St. Michael to Point , Mrs. D. N. Morris, of WilSM, is Barrow. But now the W. S. Game a patient in the Memphis Baptist Commission is supplying natives hospital. j with wolf Imps. IN' M1MORIAM In loving memory of my dear daughter, Viola I. Roush. who passed awrty Dec. 20, 193G. No one knows the silent heartache. Only those who have lost can tell Sadly missed by mother, Mrs. O Everything for your ente* QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES \Vc pay highest prices on poultry ;tt all times. SAVE MONEY AT GAINES MKT. 118 W. Main Phone 'J3 tatnmcitt and comfort. w d r, pcnd Christmas with ne Uobmson. who • MANILA. Arfc.. Dec. 20.—A Mtr- i prise announcement has been '° ina:ie by Miss Anna Tipton aiul J. ,s working Alfre{| s . ks of (hp ,. , murm|;c Nm , 28 ',„ Plirilgoll i f |, Sparks is a daughter of former Mr. and Mrs. Elstncr Be.ill. of ln . lyor aml Mrs c w Tipt(m or Helena spent the weekend here! t ),j s city. Mr. Spargs is the son with Mrs. Bcali's parents, Mr. and or Mv . aml Mrs . Burt s^rur,, rcn i- Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Mr. Beall r>;- tuincd to Ills home yesterday, hut Mrs. Beall remained for a longer visit. He will join her here Friday. Miss Mary Eunice Layson came I home frcm Nevada. Mo., where 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon atjof (he Methodist churches of Mils Rridc .flirt Briclrfrooni (.'oiupllrwntfrt with Tartj Miss Margaret Keck and !•'. Don !-">nith. whp \vlll marry Dec. 21. were complimented with a spaghetti -••""oer last night given by Mr. and ! Mrs. Prank Wliitworth and Miw' Nell Harris at Mr. and Mrs. Whll- irorth's home. After supper the 16 gwsls riv ceievd presents off the «a''y trimmed Christmas trfc which were distributed by SantaClaus. Out of town guests at the imrlv were Mr. and Mrs. Whit Goodman of Memphis, and Dr. and Mrs. George M. Powell of Carlisle. Pa. I.anchcon Brtrtgc Given for Mfes Keck Miss Ruth Butt entertained with a. bridge luncheon Saturday in honor of Miss Margaret Keck, who will many F. Don Smith on Dec. 27. The two course turkey lunch was served buffet style in rooms itcca- ratcd with a Christmas tree and other Yulctide trimming. In the bridge games Mrs. j. -w. Adams Jr.. won high score pri/% book ends. Miss Helen Alice SUrn- berg won second hlfli. ;i silent butler, and Miss Kcct was presented lingerie. Have Cftrisfmas I'ropram Miss Cliurchill Buck's and Mr.;. F. L. Englcr's Sunday school clai^.rs ft the St. Stephen's Kpisrnpal Church had a ClirLsluias i>ro3ru»i yesterday morning with exchange of gifts. The licv. C. C. Durke of Marianna. simply pastor, talked on "Silent Night" and Catherine Laverl.y rcail Ihc story of Christ. The members of the Episcopal Guild gave each of the children a slocking filled with fruits, mils and candies. Have Birthday I>ancc Misses Juanita Grimes and Sena Ihc home of Mr. and Mrs. Kavl' Walker. The Rev. R M. Sweet, pus- lor 01 (lie Lake street Methodist Church, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buck were tliclr attendants. Miss Dunawiiy wor c a two piece clvess of blue crepe. Mrs. Buck wore a black crepe frock. Mr. Buck recently arrived here' women'. district opposing tt)c frequency with wliich drinking scenes ap- pcur in motion pictures today. H condemned lh c Inclusion of such scenes in pictures. The Y. W. C. A. of New York- City pioneered in teaching typewriting ana offering courses for ers of the Milligan Ridge Com- nnmity near Mnnlln. They were mnrricd by the Rev. Mr. Heard, pastor of the Baptist church, in his home t.lere. Mrs. Sparks was graduated Irom the Manila high school in 1933 and she is attending Coitcy College, ] received one year's training as n to visit lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. j nurse in the St. Bernard's hos- Hcnvy Layson during the holiilajl. niital in Jonesboro. S)\c is a mcm- and Mrs. V. Cr. Holland 1 tar of the Cliurch of Christ here Mr. w.' Aimazmg •^ LIVES LONGER.:. STAVS BEAUTIFUL JIEDEL'S NADGHTY •y»--<JV'«? -***«<»'*- • MAUGHTY —biff very pretty, when the hosiery are "Kay-Twist Mir- O-Kleer$." Dull and sheer. K.ay-Twists wear longer, and look lovelier, because of f/ie/r two-thread high twisf. They como in many dofightfu/ now shades for Fall, Special llnli! Cl o9<- I l.o>(; Pi-. 79c, SSI N(wc 3 Pr. ^2.69, sur> iJoM-^pr., Jack Applebaani Ol'KN NIGHTS UNTII, CHRISTMAS A Fine Gift for Outdoor Women STRAP JODPHURS Neat Style in 1 an Etk $5 Ladies' RIDING BOOTS Tan Russia $6 Ladies' LACE BOOTS Brown Elk $5.50 W B= E-OV» , IHIilfBE ^S HOE ! - / of See Our New & Most Complete Line of Real Christmas KEEP GIVING Long After Price Is Forgotten Leather Goods, Bibles, TeslamciiU, Kisli Aciiuai'iiinis, Whatnots, Silverware, (Mn'oiniiiin \Varo, K. .& \V. Kaiicy tiliivts, 'i ics, Socks, Gloves, House Slippers, titxl Spread.-, Pillow Cases. Lamps, All Kinds L-ulirs !•: (liivatl Vaiit-tU: llos ? ici'y, JJc^uliir SI-25 at !>St ** , , loilel Sah HOWARD RADIOS, HAND MADE Also AH Other Makes o5 Radios MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Alt piicr:; arc much I CM; limn you unuIH r>:)MTl, bffau.^c v\c :»rr >v- r r.^lockrd. Pny us ;t vL^U- ;unt hn cciivlncod of Mic prcat, .savititi.s lo l;r Jnul in lirst fjuality incrclKiii- No seconds. PSRKHIi^ST GOKIPAHY In Klythcville Since I Oil K. iM.tin St. I'lmnc Last Time Today PAT O'BRIEN.WAVNE MORRIS I i GEORGE BOENT [j g FRANHMcHUGH^DORISWESTON N j| c ...,J h LIOVO BACON • s.,,.. r... J ft COSMOPOLIIA" ti I, WAR^la BGOS jf Also ritramount Neivs, "Hello Hawaii" and Comcrty. (,'ontinuuus sliumiig Siinrtay. Ailiubsiflii Matinee 10c & ;!Bc Ailn.i;-sio;i Nijlil IBo & .'!6c "i(h !.vnnc Overman, John Barrynwrc &• (?harles Bick- fonl. Aku t'.inimr.unt Xcws. "ilcilo Ha- waii'' an-i i>o|:cyc •Also selcctf:! shorls. AilmiMinii Malincc I DC ft 2llv. Admission Ni B ht l(|, ; & Me Ceminp .Soon: SUBMAR1NK 11-1 LAST «AX«STER 5'J,\f> STREKT ROSAUE DAMSKl, )N DISTRESS voniJEs m tarn NOTHING MACRKI1 LOVE AND 1IISSKS ROXY Admission Always lOo & 25c , Show every night. Matinees t'rr- j Jay, Saturday fc Hunday Only. Jilay A Sniulay Matinees star( S p.m. Saturilay Co. Miniums ouinj from 1 to H:iO p.m. iN'fght slio^vs start fi:I.l p.nt. Last Time Today hissing Witnesses' Ji-an I\^ News ^ Comedy Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL EIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Price ot I "SHE SWAPPED SWEETHEARTS AT THE ALTAR!

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