The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 21, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' gjble Study of Cliurch .of'Christ-meets'with Mrs. Howard Gill; 2:30 o'clock. Chapter "D"' of P. E. O. meets iwilh Mrs. .H. II. HouchUis for Christinas party at 3:30 o'clock. Wednesday club meets with Mrs. James H. Bell. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Afternoon club meets with > Mrs. Roscoe Craftoii, Country Club dance at club 8 o'clock. Miss Cko Rivera ( Wcdf Tom Hawkins Miss Clco Rivers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley B. Rivers of Meridian', Miss,, became tile bride of Tom Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins ol this city. Deo. 13, at Jackson, Miss. The Rev. W. A. Hewitt, pastor of Che Jackson First Baplisl Church, performed (lie ceremony. Mr. Hawkins was graduated from the Blytheville high school In 1931, since that time he has plny- ed in various orchestras and for the ; past Ihrcc months lias been playing with Teddy 'Jones and his hand. Mrs. Hawkins sings with Hie band. ! • . 4 Hart All Day M«ting Tbe Woman's Missionary Society, of the Lake Street Methodist Church had an nil day meeting at (he church yesterday, Ttjc program, under 'the direction, of Mrs. W. T. Sheltou, was to . , cm the subject, "Why I Give Missions." She was assisted by Mrs: George Shamlin, Mrs. Bob Childs, Mrs. Iverson Mori Is,' Mrs. Allen Van Winkle. Mrs -George Dysinger, Mrs. C. T, Shamlint Mrs. A. S. Dcen, Mrs. Alvin Reagan; and Mrs. Jess Goad. At noon a covered dlshluncheon was 'served to the 24 present honoring the members who had birthdays (luring tlie past quarter. In the afternoon a Christmas tree, program was held when the members exchanged gifts. * » • » Have Candlelight Sen-ice Mrs. Rnes Allen had charge o[ the Christmas program at the meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of thc Pirst Presbyterian Church at the church yesterday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth McLean and Mrs. Fred Sandefur were readers for a candle lighting service during which the general officers, thi* circle chairmen and cause secretaries of tlic Auxiliary gave gilts to the church. L: R Moore played several selections on the organ, Mrs. J. p Friend sang "Sleep Little Jesus". . and Mrs Alien and Miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan played a duel. Arthur Nelson played a medley of Christmas carols on the vibro- harp and Mrs. Charles Bright sang "Oh Come All Ye Faithful." The meeting elosed with Mrs. Allen playing "O Little Town of Bethlehem" after which th c Rev. 6. H. Salmon pronouaccd the benediction. ,, VI. M. U. Has Christmas Program "Glad Tidings to All People" was the,subject ol the Royal Service program of the Woman's Missionary union of the. First Baptist Church when it met at thc church yesterday afternoon. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of New» Mostly Personal "(.an von suggest something lor a boy who's [>ot everything?'' Lloyd Stlckmon led the devotional on "Back to Bethlehem". Mrs. Leslie Moore offered prayer. During Ihe program Harry Onr- tcr Parr sang a solo, "Sleep Little Jesus", a lullnbv from the oratorio, "The Holy child". Adams. Mrs. Murray Smart played meditation music anjl Mrs. E. B. Worctson talked on "Without Christmas". Circle 2 gave i\ Christinas playlet and Miss Laura HMc road a Christmas story. Mrs. Charles Neiv- comb dismissed the program with prayer after which installation of officers for the coming year was held. . + * • Cue: Is All rail t'otllliiin Dance Many out of town guests were among the 144 who attended Ihc Cotillion club dance at.thc American Legion nut hist night. Guests were from Memphis, Little Rock, Osceola. Luxara, Slcelc, Caruthers- villc, Porlagevlllc, Slke.slon nnS Manila. -.The dance was given in honor of Miss Lillian Dietrich and her fiance, Dr. Joe E. Bcnstey, and Miss Margaret Keck nntl her fiance, Don violin smith. inc rooms were decorated In the Christmas motif and paper lints, Incise linkers, confetti serpentine >','«! balloons .nildo/1 color to , the affair. Included in thc guests were these Blytheville girts: Misses ratty .fhane, Martha Ann Lynch. Mary 666 Mrs. Theodore Logan was in [Try charge of the program and Mrs. I Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER first i!av 30 ___ minutes. 'Rub-M>-Tism"- World's Best liniment WALK IN filmy cobweb Wearing Kayser's lovely 'Marvel-Twist* hosiery is like wearing a delicate cob- wrb. But they are strong and sturdy because of their extra twisting and three-thread construction. You'll love Marvel-Twist's dull, sheer beauty. SPECIAL TILL XMAS 89c Hose, Pr. 79c $,1 Hose, 3 Pr. $2.69 $1.15 Hose, 3 Pr. $3.15 ' - - T Jack Applcbaum " OI'KN NIGHTS UNTI]/CHRISTMAS Spain Usrey, nelly Leo McCulchen. .Iruiny wren DIHiilumty nnd Virginia Mnrlln. daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Tom Martin. 'Celebrates Third fllrlhday Barbara Ann Perry, daughter ot Mr. nud Mrs. VVvse Perry, celebrated her third birthday 'with a mii'ty yeslcrdny afternoon 'ut her lioniD. Fiflccn children plivycd games in the fcstlvnlly decorated rooms. After tho glfl.% were opened, ciich cliltd received a present from the Christmas Irce. - Birthday cnkc and leo cream ivere serve;!. K. anil I'. W. Annual thririlmas Dinner Hfld Miss Cora Lee Colcman cliiilrimin of hostesses at tiie was un- - mml Christinas dinner party of the Business and Professional Women's chit) licid last nhjhl at the \\omnac club. Siie was assisted • Miss Mnrtlni Ann Lynch rcturn- cri home Sunday from St. 'Louta where slic is attending Washington University, Slic will visit her purcnUi. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch over the holidays. Mrs. Tom Little and daughters, Frances and Virginia, are In Memphis tortny. Mrs. B. A. Lynch and dauuhtcr, Mailha Ann, and Mrs. Cecil Shiiiic, and daughter. Patty, were In Memphis yesterday. Milton Qriihnm who Is attending Oirachlta College in Arkadcl- ]>hia. has returned home alter spending a few dnys with u school male, John Homer Jones Jr., In IrlggoLl, einoiilc here. Dr. Jones and John Homer ii)0lored Him here Sunday. IOIIR those who were In Memphis yeslerdny are Mrs. Jess Hor- ncr, Miss Eunice Brogdon, Mrs. J. N. Jonta, Miss Louise Bourland, Mrs. J. Ci. Barnes, Mrs. A. W. Juggcrs, Mrs. W. L. Horncr anj Mrs. E. W. Klrty. Thc fJabbi and Mrs. Herman Pollack went lo St. Loub; this morning where they will visit rcl- nlives for two weeks. Mrs, M. A, Isaacs Is in Memphis today, Miss Piuillno Thompson left Saturday for n (lireu weeks vacation with friends and relatives iu Chicago and Gary, lutl, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. McChirkin from FnycUcvllIc are vislling. Mr. McCliiikln's brother. W. -D.,.'Mo- by Mrs. Winnlfrcd Reynolds, Mrs W. T. Obcrst mill Mrs. Blllie Hurst. A two course turkey dhmcr'wns served tho 35 guests' at a table decorated wllli holly, red berries nnd mistletoe which wns Inter- ciwrsed with lapers in holldaj lioldors. Tlie nut and candy cups' in green nnd gold, and individual Yulctldc greethiK cards, used for marking the places, made appro- luiate favors. Mrs. Reynold;; |>rC5ided at, ar Informal progruiu fentured will Cr.rlstmus music, pjHyed by Mar- niic Stevens and sung by Con- rtsncc Dcnton, with everybody Joining In on liic choruses. Gifts yfcrc:, distributed after dinner. -.Miss luff. Kincaid of Osceola w«s -the 'only out of lown guest. Tailored Run-A round Frock Very Feminine in Spirit Every Woman Will Love! Negligees-Robes Wool Robes A varied" collection of licautil'til negligees anil robes $1.95. to $13.75 Purses C r c a t I y Rcilural. A very smsivf selection for tlic gift buyer. to $3.95 , Long Zipper Styles in Navy, Aqua and Brown, American Beauty H95' Hosiery Admiration Silk Hosiery, KinglcsK anil Me.sli all the new shades 79c lo $1.15 Gloves Kid ;niil Knrjric Cloves in Bliiek. Brown, Green and Navy 49e lo §2.95 Jackets and Twin fc'eh;. Cortln- vo.v and Plush Jackets $7.75 Values ,$5.95 Twin Sets and barrel Sweaters , $1.0.0 lo 13.97 Dresses Formal and Sport Wear. Velvets. Crepes ami Light Woolens, all an Millinery Give her a new SpriiiK Hal, Keauliful fabrics, slraw trimmed $J. 98 to $2.45 Coals-Suils including Furs and Fab- lios and beautiful fur I rimmed g a r m e n I .-.. Must go regardless at > Half Price Slices Give her slices. Selby's Ktyl-eez and Mode Art Shoes. Shoes thai will take care of thc feet. Greatly Reduced $3.95 to $5.85 New Economy Shop 1NGKAM RUlM>iNG I'HONK 951 8110 BY CAROL DAY COt'T feminine lines ;md trim, ^ tailored finish -.ire allied in the flatlcriiiK dress shown in Paltorn 3110. You can wear it ;is your stand-by all through Ihc winter, as il is Ihc type of dress that is always rcady'to put on and thai looks smart for all occasions. Note the lifted waistline, tho button-trimmed skirl ,-ind the softly draped bodice. Soutache braid is used lo outline tlic neck, sleeves and pockets nnd Rives emphasis to the crisp lines of Hie dress. Choose ;i thin wool or hard-surface suil- iiiK for this dress, lo accent llic clean-cut, tailored lines. Bcn- Kaline is another fabric that would give il a luiii-of-lhc- ccutury look. The pattern with its complete sewing instructions includes diagrams thai will enable you lo makes this dress with case. Pattern 8110 is designed for sizes 12, H, 16. 18 and 20. Size 14 requires 2 5-8 yards of 54- inch material and s yards of soutache braid for trimminp The new WINTER PATTERN' BOOK is ready for you now It has 32 pages of attractive dp. signs for every size and everv occasion. Photographs sji o <v dresses made from these patterns being worn, a feature you will enjoy. Let the charming designs in this new book helj> you in your scwinj;. One oat tern and the new Winitr Pit. ten) Book—25 coils Wintc. Book alone—15 cents. For a PATTERN of this at- Iraelivc model send 15e in COIN. $$^"1*$$^°$% B. Oliver of McinphLs, Mr. and Mrs. Clilforil Joynci 1 of Union filly. Twin., Mrs. Krlc Flelcljcr of Joiner, Mr. und Mrs. P. B. Wood and family «f Luxora; Gro- vcr Whllwortli of Jiooncville, Ark., J. W. Whilworlh of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowen of Luxora, Mr. and Mrs, Diiighl 11. Blackwood, Liin i Williams and 0. B. Vvoo;[ of Osceola. Jack Webb, Albert, Ridings and Cecil Branson were in Memphis yesterday. At the Hospitals l-Yank Wagner «-as removed from thc Blithcvillc hospilal lo his honie ytslcrdny in a Holt unibulancc. Mrs. Russell Gill and son were fernowl from (lie ulythcvlllc lios- j>iUi! lo llieir home at Homeland yesienluy in a Uoll ambulance. Mr:;. Maude Travis, of Osceola, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1937 was taken to llio aicniplib B:i|i- list hospiUil yesterday in a: Holt I ambulance. . V Sues For Divorce Harvey Sinilli of Manila iias filed suit In chancery court here, asking (or a divorce from Etiretah Smith and alleging indignities as the basis of his suit, Guy Walls of Manila is attorney for the plaintiff. Designed to he attached to car heaters now In use, a new unit injects vaporized steniu instead of hot water Into the licatev. And it is claimed that it improves the efficiency of tlic hot-water heater. your envclotc lo Blyllicviiu. " co'un« KCWS Tonay's Pattern Bureau, 11 EJlcrlins Place. Brooklyn, N. Y. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices On poultry at all times. SAVK O MONEY AT V GAMES MKT. 118 W. Main rtione din-kin, and Mrs. McClurkin. Fri- tiay liolh couples will HO lo 'fil- Dor;ulo where they will spend Christmas with (lie parents of Hie men. Mr., and Mrs, J. L Medin-kin. ' Mrs. Ci. G. Hublinrd, Mrs. U. S. Branson and daughter, Miss Jane Branson, motored to Memphis lo- dnv for Miss Mildred Lou Hubbnrd, \vho is attending Southwestern University' there. She will spend (he Christinas holidays with Mr. aH Mrs. Hubbiml. Miss Dorothy cross has «onr In • RussclMllc, where she will visit Mr. and Mr;;. A. L. Sander during (he ImJWays. Pal O'Brien lias returned from faj'ctlevillc, where he is attending thc University of Arkansas, to .spend the Christmas vacation lime his father, Zeph O'Brien. Among those from out of Imvn yvliyS Httendcd Tom Wliilworlh's 'funeral A*' NOTICE We will be open nights until 9:30 P. M. starting Wednesday night, until Christmas FURNITURE co. Grand Assortment of Useful Gifts •\ IOR SHOPPERS. 1 Everything for your enter t.'tinment and comfort. TONIGHT \villi i.vnue Overman, John BaiT.vmure & Charles liick- 1'ord. Also I'.n:iini:,iml News, "Hello Hawaii" H ml I'ojicye .Mso sclcclril shorts. Admission Malince 10u K W,a Admission Night 16 L . & 36o Weds. - Thurs. <?M;C«EKllian"Tho Big Rouio"., Silk Gowns-Robes Tailored l>j W — Wander i\I;iiil — Flora v $1 - $1.69 - $2.95 S3.95 - $5.95 $7.75 - $8.95 Hand Made Handkerchiefs Uf PU1C IJJIC!! 25c to $1 ROBINSON •MlliMMES STtWABT • ROSE STRADhEt «O«EI snuoeii,. DOOBUS scon Blouses Jllk »iid linen $1.98 - $2.95 * * * Ci-ysial Leather Goods Hand Bags $1.98. to $7.50 Hand Knit Sweaters !•>• lilliaii Fixlicli $1.98 to $S.95 + * + Barman's Smocks nnil Hcusc Co.ils $1.98 to $3.95 daussncr & (Jtwkcr House Silk Hose for llicsr who like Uic lincsl 79c - $1 - $1.35 Pajamas Silk, Kayon, Knit, Corduroj- $1 to $7.75 Hercules Wool Kntl Shawls, Capes Shouldereltcs $1.98 to $3.95 * * * Kid Cloves all t:clur:; $1.98 - $2.95 * * * Kvei;iii}r and Dinner Dresses $7.75 lo $19.75 m a Is ^ Alio F.iramoiint News & Comedy Ailmiaiou Matinee 10c S- 2Cc Adnmsiou Nfght ie c & 36c LOVE 'AND HISSES NOTHING SACRED DAMSEI, IN DISTRESS I KUSAL1E ROXY Admission Always lOc & 26o Show every nielli. Matinees *'ri- il a >', Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees sta'r| '''•^> p.m. Saturday Co ilitiiious showing from 1 to p.m. Night slioivs start 1>:'I5 p.m. —AM) ,U\\V OTIICK VI'KMS TOO Nl'AIEROUS TO MKNTION. i i All Fall and Winter COATS and DRESSES Have been replied. Buy now at January Sale Prices i JK fe NEW YORK STORE Open Until 9 P. M. Every Eve Until Christmas Tue. - Wed, - Thur. PAL NIGHTS! Z Adults Admitted for Price ot I SHE SWAPPED SWEET- HP ARTS AT THE ALTAR! ±? : °"* i """ > """' /^i|y c^|. '®mim8myiimvi '&%m^^^ffimw^ ( Also sclcctrd shorts. r>W. !«l

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