The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1937 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 22, 1937
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBfcU '22, BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Afternoon club, mcels wllii Mrs. rtoscoe Crafton. Country Club dance ul club 0 I'mbylrrians To Have I'arly Tonight Members of the Firsl Presbyterian church and Sunday Kdtool and ih»lr friends have been Invited lo attend an informal Christinas party, lo foe given tonight, seven o'clock, In the social room of the church. A visit from Simla Glaus will climax several hours entertainment. * • « J!ridC4-Klfc(, Hanoi's Crnirliineiited :;t Dinner. Miss Margaret Keck, whose marriage lo Don Smith will lake place Monday night, and Miss Dietrich, who is to marry Dr. JOG F.entilcy Saturday. January I, sliced honors nl ti <linncr>{iarly given last night by Mr. and Mi3. Mas Logan. Mrs. Logan !•; lo IK an alteiuliiut at tlie DiMilch- l?<:> - wedding and Mr. 1-03.111 is lo iw an usher In liic Keck-Smith wedding. The YulC'lide and bridal rnotifr wcrp coinr.iiiccl in \l\\i 'iccoriiliop.s ft Hie llvin?. and dining rooms. I'lotver? and reel hcrrics, flank- rcl wilh white liipTs, and ding ring place ciuxls wvc used. A turkey dinner was <-trvcd. Included in Hie 14 guests were br. and Mrs. define M. Po\vcl of Carlisle. Pa'., house (I'ests o' Mrs. Powell's parent, Jwlgo ai;f Mrr. G. E Keck, and who \\ill also lake part in Ihe Kcek-f=mitl v.eddinsf. * » 4 [• Sunbeam Band Meets The Sunbeam band, an auxiliary of (he Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church, niel yesterday afternoon at the church, 'llie program was opened by singing the theme song, followed by a prayer led by Mrs. Leslie Moore. Christmas stories were told by Vivian Vickcrs and Julia Ann Woodson. The 15 children and three visitors all received if'Ms and were served refreshments by Mrs. Moore and Miss Vickers, councilors. 9 * * Class Entertained Mrs. John Buchanan entertained members of the Queen Esther Sunday school class of the First Baptist church with a Christmas party Tuesday night at her home. The decorations/ were in keeping \vlth the holiday season witlrmany colors noted in .the trimmed tree'. Uames, directed by Anne Bticli- anan, were played before the guests gathered around the tree for the distribution of presents. ,' Mary Jo Buchanan assisted the r hostess in the serving of chicken f salnd, sandwiches, angel food cake, ~ candy, nuts and hot, chocolate, to the 12 present. . FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia "I'd wow 'em w-itli tliis act!" "Well, let's sec il you're ns talented on the business end o| it as (lie ,-ijinisc- mentcud.' Onuses, attired in cellophane cos- iimcs, as favors. * * * Have BufTcf Supper. One of several Sunday night suppers \vas (hat given by Mr. nnd Mrs. N. B. Mcnard when tlwy cnlcrtalnnl ten guests at their home. Supper wns served from a lace covered table, decorated with red tapers and polnscltlns were usad on the small tables. Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal Mr. an;I Mrs. George Patty. Miss Louise .Steelc is confined to her home this week with Influenza. Mrs. H. A. Spence, who Is sick Ircm influciira. is much Improved. The condition of Mrs. Georgo Biggnit is unchnngcd. L. M. Harper has arrived homo Bite of New* PeneMl to spend the vacation with his f" 1 " 1 boro - Mrs. Charles Alforil, Miss' Emma Kiilc Richards anil Mrs. H. H. WIU son nttcndcd a Hoine-comhit' of Ihe order of Ihc Eastern slur lasl night nt Osceola, which was given in honor of Mrs. E. 11. Uogan ol Ijiixorn, worthy grand mnlrpn, nnrt Waller Hill of Lcpnnlo worthy grand natron. Mrs. w. A, Grimmctt Is critically 111 from typhoid fever nnd double pneumonia. She developed (lie second Illness a few d«ys ago. Miss Helen Mi\c Armstrong, who attends Ihc University of Arkansas, FiiyclUvllle, 1ms arrived lo spend thc holidays wilh her mother Mrs, Charle.s Armstrong, and family, nl their Hell home. Mr. and Mrs. w. !,. Homer and i.on. W. U jr., will go (o whcalley, Ark., Friday lo spend Christmas with Mrs. Homer's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls will go lo Halllcsbm-g, Miss., Fil- dny lo spend Christmas with (heir daughter, Maureen who Is with Mrs. Norris' sister, Mre. Thomas W. MjiJ'M 1 and Mr. Mf.ller, for tho winter. Mrs. c. II. Hall. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mrs. Baker Wilson were In-Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson left yesterday for Richmond. Va., where they will spend Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Smart, and family. Mrs. F. M. Field, Miss Flora Lcc Graham and Miss Anuc Fisher were In Memphis yceter? day. niiacll Phillips nnrt daughter, Eetty, were in Memphis ycslor- day. N. D. Mcnnrd Jr., who nllcmlR Arkansas Slate college nt J parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Harper. He Is attending school in Cape Oirardcau. Misses Cleo and Frances Vaughn of Memphis spent lasl week cud here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaughn. Mr. anil Mrs. Jack Yaneey are moving Into the house recently I I vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Abner' , Ashcraft todny, Mr. and Mre. Jack Rushing were visitors in Blyllievlllc Monday. ;lrrlvelt Ihc holiday;;. Mre. Jack ApplcUaiim was admitted as a pntlcnt to Hie Blytheville hospital ioaay where she was to undergo nn appendectomy this afternoon. She was stricken suddenly late yesterday. Mr nnd ,Mrs. T. A. Haggard entertained /with a dinner party Saturday night in honor of their guest Mr. C. I,. Anger, supervisor of vocational agriculture of state of Missouri. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barnhart, of Caruthcrsvlllc, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Coleman, of Steelc. Miss Maty Newt Carr will leave tomorrcw for an extended visit with her parents in Clifton, Tenn. Ihe Rev. Alfred Carpenter was JJ iss P 1 "" , f , e " nt thc ., llomc of a guest. «= * * Sen Born A seven pound three ounce son was born yesterday morning to Mr. and. Mrs. M. E. Harrington in thc Blytheville hospital. T'arly Planned. Mrs. Dora McAtlams, wilh whom she is making her home, several weeks ago and received a fractured shoulder which is not healing ns it should so she will stay wilh her parents until she is able to return to work. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Haggard were hosts to a Christmas party . , Monitors of Hie Children of the' flor '««" b ers of thc Book club and l Confederacy chapter here will have' " lclr »usbnnds at a dnnclng party tonight dg,,,, o'clock, nt the Woman's club. _ Monday night. There l?" w ° e " Joy (heir home were 22 Mrs.' Russell Phillips, Mrs.' L.ll iu '^ us ,,.6 araes - TI,,lK,nr,, „„,! M,c .I«,,,n= T, I °- E - Miller Slid J,. Ilulrencr and Mrs. Clark will cs B. among the older Mrs. M. A. Massey received prizes, A salad course people who will attend Ihe aflnir and the members have invited - 1 number of guests. was served with 'the Christmas carried out 1n llie decorations nnd refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Haggard and Have Supper Tarty. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson' burc'h° T< riitFrl.iincil ten guests with '' daughter, Marion Wonmck, arc leaving tomorrow for Lawrcnce- 'cnn., where (hey will spend Christmas with relatives. . muill supper party Monday night j Mr . ail(J Mr , „ E D ' at. tlie.r home. Polnscthas mndo' spclK , ln( , ll|c rolld ,„ , tlie r.pnlorpleces for (he three H VCS |,, st j^,^ .•.mall laties arranged ii n the !iv-| L ., H , llon ,, ntl E , b , . ins and dining rooms, which were Miss Eun!cc Gm]lric bright, in (heir holiday attire. After supper, tripoli was played. * * * Class Has a Holiday r.iriy. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertained mem- and r'rank Harper will spend Christmas at Lflke City, Ark., with the ladies' parents.' Miss Beatrice Jenkins who Is attending Stale Teachers college at Cape Girardeau has arrived to l-trs ct Ihe Fidclis Sunday school spend thc holidays lierc with her class of the First Christian'parenls, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Jsn- church with a Christinas party kins, Tuesday afternoon at her home' Miss Cj'Eiell McDanlcl who is at- a(. Barfleld. (ending Blue Mountain college In the binco gamer, played, 1 has arrived to .fpcnrt (he vacation Clirlslino Humphrey won the Irav-jwilli l;er fallicr, J. R. McDanlel cling prfce and Marjoric Smith,! and other relatives. Ihe high score award. Oilier' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller, Mrs. Eames entertained thc guests until H. C. Htecle and daughter, Louise, J. C. Ellis jr.. in Ihc role of i nnd Miss Ruth Harper spent Sal- Santa Oans. distributed gifts from iinJny in Memphis. L'>. gaily trimmed tree. I Mr. and Mrs. Clco Tucker and T Uistard, mil cal;c nnd choco- daughter. Mary Sue, spcnl last laic ircre served ivilli Santa week end at No. S as guests of CHRISTMAS FLOWERS Sec our beautiful flowers, (he most complete .snpDly ever brought lo Blytbeviilc. Roses, Car- nalions, Snapdragons, Violets, Heather, Acacia and Eucalyptus. Flowers lo^ .table dfcorntions —Holly and Holly Wreaths.' 1 Roping of Carolina Laurel for garlands made ready lo hang. Made up boxes of assorted plants and Poinsettias in pots and cut. For corsages we havo sweet peas, gardenias and roses in all color.s. WK TKI.EGRAPII FLOWERS ANYWHEKK— PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY UFA TON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Hornersville Society — Personal W. M. S. Meets/ The Woman's Missionary •society of the.'Methodist church met Thursday afternoon m. tlie homo of Mrs. R. F. Tinn.n at Done. Tlie missionary lepfon was lak- en from the book "What Is Thi? Moslem World?" Mrs. Fred Harper offered prayer. Thirteen members were present. « • * Mr. and Mrs. Buck Oveiiurt ol Binlon, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ric'iard- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Solan Davis left Ti-CEday for Hair.cs City, Flu., to trend the winter. Mr. and Mi*, oil's Droke a::d family left Sunday for a uonth's "'fit at. Los Angelas, Calif., Mrs. Uroke's brotlltr, Carl Kr.rr, Driver drove i\'ew»' Mr. and Mrs. Delmar. LaMnsterS of Conchas Dnm. N. M.. arrived here Saturday to spend the holt- days with relatives. '•• .Misses Virginia and 'Elizabeth Mcrrltt were Mrs. C. W. English left for'Halls. Tenn., last week after a short visit here. A. S. Miller and Mrs, Fannie Copeland, of Stele, visilcd relatives here Sunday.. antl famiJ.v. C. L. Augcrer of Gily arrived Sunday and H'ill visit Mr. 1 nnd Mrs. Nelson Tlimln :,cvnul{ days. Buys Irnn fjinij; AMAB1LLO, Tex. (UP; — The Burlington railroad has added an "iron lung" to 1U medical facililies here, P. D. poole, general a gen I here for Ihc Fort Worth and Denver lines, announced recently. Huffinan News Prayer meeting will "be held at the church each Wednesday night and regular services •' on Saturday and Sunday nights. P. F. Skelton, ol Blytheville, spent the week end here, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mosley and family, accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. Louis Shultz. spent the week end at Marie, Ark. Thc Rev. Jlmmlc 'Anderson, who has been visiting friends here for about six weeks returned to his home at Rogers Tuesday. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. S SAVE MONEY AT GAINES MKT. 118 W.'Main Thonc Fifty Five Hooks A(i<lcd To Public Libraiy Shelves The 55 books added to" the Bly- Ihevllle Pulillo Library this inoiilh are for Uolh children and grownups. Thirty.three of the books arc BspcdBlly for Juvfones, u for children liclwccn the ages ot 1'J mid 18 years and 13 especially for iidulLs. Tith-N and luaiioi'B of tho books arc: Juveniles— "Down Down tho Mountain," Credlc, "Tho Little Boy mid |H 5 House." Bone, '"Tho Traveling Coal," Ellol, "Little Jqcvrs Houry," Credlc. "Thc Llttlo Old Wcmnii Wlio Used Her Head." Newell, "Slop. Look and Listen," Hatter, "The Oak Tree House," Hbson, "liUJo Sandman," June. l r ifly Indians legend." June, 'Hie Siimirplmn House," I/jiuskl. Here COIIIM Ihe Poslnmn," Park, 'Here's JuuBlns," stone, "When he Wind lllcw." Brown, Peggy mil Ihe Pony," Sowcl!. "Snl|)p, inapp nnd Sniirr and tho Magic lorisc," Llndman, "Hcsl I/)ved j'orins," Hyloy, "Klenm," Elliott, 'Marcos. A Ml, Hoy of-'Mexico," .cc, "Soudo A Llberlair Boy," roscph, "MonkcyB," flyoiniui, Clierry I'-arm," Thompson, "Youne lowboy," James, "Dr.. Uolllllc's 'oslofltcc," I/)fthii;, "The BklpplnB I'lllBKP," Lfi)6kl, "Tlie no,5c and ho Ring," Thapkcruy, '"llic Trad•'» Chlldrni," Armcr, "All llio Year 'noiiud", Gradcu, "Away With Ihc Chens," Wise, "Cowboys and Hwmdups," Nhnii, Birds of n Kenllicr storleii", Wlke, YOUIIR Americans From Many Linds", 'eck, "The Atllo Child," Morrison, 'The Cillt of (lie River." Moad- owcralt, Twelve lo Sixteen Years "Tica-iiirc Trails In Art," Cliand- ler, "The Ooldon sleeve," Howes, "Book of Marvels," Halliburton, "College In Catollna," Mcdary, 'EnetWArd Sv/esys the Current," Mulkiut, "Thc Qray Knight, Story of Roucit E. Lee." Moses, "Homc- jpun," Bcny, "The House With ;hc Echo," Oovan. "Invincible Loulsla," Melgs, "Madamolsellc Vllsrortiuie," Drink, "The Pine Barrens Mystery," Seaman, "Rainel, A Qlrl of Puerto Rico," Katliminii, "Tlio Earth ChnnKCS," ",u'cns. Adult.] "And Bo — Victoria,",. Wllklns, 'The OKadel." Oroulii, "The Seven Who Fled," Iprokosch, "The Tnrnlni? Wheels," Ctoetc, "Life With Mother," Day, "Faraway," Priestly. "China Chungcs." Yorke, 'Daughter of the Eagle," Zalmi, 'Monaco and French Rlvlora," Pirkard, "Volunteer In Spain," Sommer field, "Building A Stale OiVpltol," Dotiiighey. "Centennial Hisloi^ of Methodism of Ark.," Anderson. _ ,"•..•• At the Hospitals •Mrs. E. p. Delnney has been admitted io tbc Blyilicvtlle hos- pilal. Billic Davis, of Caruthersvlllc, ins bsea ndmlltecl (o 'the Mcm- ihls Methodist hospllnl. Mrs. Bill Walker, of Osceola, has been admitted lo the Memphis 3apllst hospital. FOR CHRISTMAS Thc Loveliest Gift .of All - - Your Photograph SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Ha«s' Store Scout News Boys Girls Hurry W. lUints Jr., WHS elected Den reporter at a meeting of (he Cub 1'iKk i lust night Kt the Chris- Ilim church hull. Names were drawn at u previous meeting for the exchange of Christinas flits last, night. Cub Master James Edwards took (ho boys to Robinson's Drug store for refreshments its a «|>eclal treal. Beauty School Opens Here On January 1 niylhcvlllc Is to agitln hiive u Iwiuly school utter ^Jftmmry l when the KBfjle Beauty School will o|Hm In this Cooper building, Wnlmil KIUI Second etrccUi. Miss lioroire Wymoie, of Bprlng- tlcld, Mo., 1» (o b\) In chnrgo wlUi Mrs. Lester OliBln, of Joneaboro, ns her assistant. The school will- ImVii H nix mmitha course. County 4-H Club* To Have 1938 Year Book fto the time in Arkansas | boys tuid girls 4-H clubs In ono i .ooiiiit)' nro to have year books, similar lo Ihoso used by thc Home Demonstration cluhs. The books, to be usc<l hi MUslsslpiii county, are now ready (or tho -printer. The books, which are lo bo dls trlbnlcd free to each »f (he approximately 1200 members In Ihe coim- ly, were made possible licence of a Iwotli the county council of clubs hml last summer at the Fiirtn BII- rcnii picnic. Included In Ihe year hook Is an olllclal directory of the slnto, dls- Irlct nnd county extension oniclnln, ft directory of club ofllccrs, tctlvl- llcs of the clubs for oacfi month and thc committees, parliamentary rules lo be used nt meetings, projects to be carried out In 1038 and the activities planned conconUng Uicsc projects, a photograph of the county council mcmlwis who plau- scd the Ixrok and Bongu, to be used at monthly meetings. Thcro arc 'jli pages. Read Conner Nam Wuit Ad* llio bee-louse Is a small cr«ftturt, wltlch clings (o (ho hatrs ofslhc honey bee I Us six ojie-liuudr*dUi» „ • ; i of on Inch long, , " i &e wvid to. men: vrr P'Mentyof PHOENIX HOSIERY H'n the f u H inc. gin Unit I'ciilly mukcH u hit! Kvcry w» » *, woiimn will ii|i))rcuinUv .scvornl iwirs ol tho .1. , k now 1'lioonix VITA-ULOOM Hosiery . . . llioy *?< Itnow they're lovolior mid wear longer. $1.00 11.15 Texas TII Have More SHcC|i LUBBOCK, Tox. (UP)—A record number of shcop, probnbly reaching a lotal of :IOO,OQO, will he pastured and fed on the South plains this Winter, according to county officials, Nearly 200,001) ulrcndy arc being fed, nnd many owners have not yet reported prospects'. Tho U. S. Department of Agriculture estimates thc damage done by only, 34 of thc country's ci'cal- est InKec't'pe.styi ut (\houV. t!)00,000, T flac yearly, with trig boll :wcoyil nlonc accounting for '$164,000,000. Stiver l,'ra[l*manshlj} Vopulur PHILADELPHIA <U!') — 'More hand-made silver was produced In the Unilcd Stales during Ihc Jinsl year than during any other corrcs- imndlng period of the nation's history, E. Alberta Brenner, connected with a lanje silver company, told thc Philadelphia Rotary Oliib. GIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by learning a wcl! paid profession . . . you can be a licensed Itenutician with six months, training . . . enroll no\v in the Modern Beauty School Eagle School of Beauty Culture Open Jan. 1st Cooper Bid?. I Walnut & 2pd{ Blytheville \ Meeting all State Requirements for Arkansas and Missouri. ' State Approved Low Enrollment Fee COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Special Course for Young Men antl Barbers Write for full details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 51p Krewson Ave, Jonesboro, Ark. Jack Applebaum ~, PMSZNTS LADKWOOD 'HOSIERY CRISTMAS Compliments galore will ring ou( tar you if you give 'exquisite LARKWOOD stockings this Chrislmas. For they carry a cachet ol luxury and loveline»s thai will bring sheer delight lo everyone wilh an appreciation o! fine things. In three weights lor threa 'type-occasions-r-cl! in a smart selection of colors, 89c Hose, Pr. 79c $1 Hose, 3 Pr. $2.69 . $1.15 Hose, 3 Pr. $3.15 OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS ' 2-3-1 mid 'f-lliri'iiel hosiery [n nn the now i,limk'3 ft Ear-Corn -WANTED- Soybeans Highest % Markei Prices Paid MALPEN GlUlN CO. \V. 0. -'liccvjis, Ajfciit So. K. R. Hlrcet HlyiheVille, Ark. I'honc^ 555 Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEE!* Safe, »ure and ^Hh Icsji dhcomtort. All rtlKBBts and conditions of nrrvous origin. foot ^Urnchls atid skin c»ncw» treated and jcurrd it oar rllnlc. & NIES ' O«)«(iiiathlo Physician* 5M M»ln rhunc.aS' BljthcTUIe, Ark. Farm Radios OFFER/ PHltCO ^ _ -«.. nvfu ' ™ ^^ . l-.,o«t JoTBl ^n iKc l" icav TOSH Pliilco Table Battery Sets | !lb Cabinet Model Complete.... .[" Hnttord wilh Balteries ; "« fui ,«,»,;,.>^.....^,,.. I Crcdll 0,^4 , (lh t»)l 4«ulU .1 I I 7onr SpecUl Offrr . . . rl«« 1^« ntw, -* '« I It.uli(«HT^U«iIr.ltJ mi<* (>U«r. " $5955 ulr*t«4 NAME... 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