The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1933 · Page 2
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rwo BLYTgBVILLE, (ARK.) COUBIEB NEW8 ""' .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Chamber of Commerce banquet, How Nobje. P|»y "Campus Capers" at city auditorium. U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. W. I. Denton. Thursday Contract c|ub, Mrs. G. G. Oaudlll hostess. Yarbro missionary society' meel- Current Kventi Club Will Study Rus.sU Mrs. L. Borger, wlio lived In With Mrs. E. B. Lloyd, Mid-Week club mating with Mis. Harry W. Halnes.. FRIDAY'S pVENTS ,-.; Pre-scliool p, T. A. B)«yn<r t",-b "*" Vlu ? r Mrs. Malt Monaghan,Jr., 3:38 pm, Annual chriitmas. party. Woman's club, 3 P. M. Russia beforo the revolution, will be tlic principal .spcflku at the meeting of the Current Events ctub tills evening. 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hornor. ' Mrs. nergcr will give a first hand picture of Russia \,s. it was before the revolution and this will be followed-by on Informal dto- cu'.slon of the conditions there today! Mrs. J. Ncnl Gcsell Is leader. • Hy-Bhj-Ny Sunday school class., First Baptist church' Christmas p»Hy, Mrs. W. M. Williams, hostess, 1:30 P. M. Beta Chi Sunday t-\; w! class, First Presbyterian church, annual Mrs. Joe G. Trleschmnn was hostess lo the Young Matrons bridge club Tuesday aflernoon. Mrs. Lloyd SUckmon w<m the prize, a fruit coke, among tho eight players. A chicken jnlad was served with ollvts, fudge cnke and coffee. Christmas -party at " of Mrs. Fre4" Sandefur, 2J3 .Davis avenue. Children's operetta "Red Riding Hoiid" - Lake Street Methodist church, 7:30. p. m. play'! "Campus Capers" nt city auditorium. '••'.''•• SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. • Waller Wood, president county council home demonstration clutej hostess to.luncheon for county council at. y Womej»'5 club. Mpodj-Gwr. •'•}'/*" : Announcement ,.Y>W: m»de _ today of the marriage 61 Miss Florence Oracy to Mr. Hollis'M.-Moody, of New Albany, Miss. .The wedding was solemnized at Caruthersvllle, Mo-, on November 14, with the Rev. tf.' C. Earnhardt, pastor of the First Methodist church, performing trie ceremony ,at his home. ,iThc bride wore a frock of hyacinth blue faille crepe trimmed w|th 1 black veWet collar and her accessories were in black. She was attended by Miss nel. ptilfi Dllworth whp wore a plaid rough crepe suit with an egg-shell cqlored blouse. The bride, who Is the daughter of- Mr, and Mis. D. O. Oracy, of Burdette, has been employed at the J. C. Penney store for the past six years and is well known here. The'bridegroom Is the son of Mr. aad Mrs. G. A. Moody, of New Albany, Miss., where he lived before coming here. Mr. Moody and hts bride arc now at home In this, city. Legion Aax'y \vini PilM at Stunt Party. Max B. Reid, Marcus Evrard, C. G. Redman .and., jcf^e .Taylor, iri the role of four women at n bridge .party; won first prize at the "Stunt Party" sponsored by the Junior High . ppjent-Teacher association la|t evening. The award was given to the American.Legion Auxiliary which presented the stunt. Stunts presented by th'e Woman's club and the Junior--high school tied f<}r second honors among the II groups of contestants. Wise cracks about peoplo in the audience, the latest choice gossip, ; some spoken in undertones after having been storied aloud, and oilier comlcaTtalk by tho four men at a bridge table made their stunl popular with both the judges' and the audience. Mrs. Paul L. .Tipton and Mrs. 0. G. Redman, dressed as Puritan 25 Children To ^ Dance nnd Sing lu Musical Play "Campus Capers", • the musical shov to be presented at the city auditorium Thursday ond Friday evthlngs by the Business and professional Women's .club; will'. be Introduced by 35 children with Lo- Vonnc, Rcdninn as mistress of ceremonies. Included in the choruses aro: Bobble Bradley, Constance Denton, Julia Wade Kochtitzky, Mary Gray, Billy Wilson, Harry Halnes, Louis Lynch, Tommy Little, Margaret Bishop, Bonnie Lynn, Elizabeth Peter, Minnie Ruth Wood, {Catherine Hudson, Betty Phillips, Beverly Thouins, Lloyd Blomeycr, Blllle K. Taylor, J. T. Spencer, Jtmmic Allen and Mary Sue Join- cr. All rehearsals will be held at the clly hall with the Pell-Mell college group rehearsing nt 1:30 p. m. and HID old fashioned school group at 8:30 tonight. hU previous llhir.ss when he became 111 ycslentay. E.l?, Mason, who Is seriously 111 at the Memphis Baptist hospital, Is resting very well today. His reaction from the second blood transfusion yesterday was successful according to 'physicians who announced his condition as the same as yesterday. He was stricken suddenly ill .about a wecjt ago. Beimte licrfleld. of Pana, 111., Is expected lo arrive today to be with Mrs. nerflcld «"d Infant son who are at the niythevlHe hospital. Mines. R. I.. Bradley, Lula Stubb; nnd Fred lUilhcrford motored ot Memphis yesterday. Stoclc-Cootei- Society — Personal guests of Mr. and Mrs. John TucX- ~r. Gray Boston and Mrs. To:n Hopixr spent last week end ut Jackson, Tenn. W. L. Davis of Bragg City Is seriously ill at the home his daimhler, Mrs. T. i\ Weaver of Stecle. News oi Blytheville Schools Music Department, Jr. High School! friends of the room will save their Luxorq Society — Personal Best-Lovlngs Miss Ruth Best the bride of Mr. Par, Lovinss In a ceremony at Cnruti'.crsville Friday night attended by only n few intimate friends. The bride: Is the daughter of I Mrs. J. N. Hunt and Mr. and'Mrs. Ray Graliflm went to Memphis Monday wlicre Mr. Graham will be a patient at the Baptist hospital for several weeks. Mrs. Hunt returned Tuesday. Among those who shopped in Memphis Monday were Mesdamcs Charles Mlfflln, W. T. Thweatt Delia Spann, Spencer McHenry, c P. Powell and Mac Thompson. Ulck Hightower attended to bust ness In Memphis Monday. J. W. Spann is spending a feu days in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Dean McCluritin Is ill at he The Music Department of Jr. High School gratefully acknowledge the collection of vlctrola records donated by Mrs. J. C. McDowell. The repertoire of records now Includes selections from near- every opera. The fifth and sixth grades are arklng on a short operetta, Santa working In Toy Land." The adlng roles are taken by Ben anders, as Santa, and Bill hamblln, as Peter Pan. A pageant, "A Christinas Cru- ade," is to be given by the eighth rad? music class. The principal «rts are being acted by Leon (afford.and Billle Boone. Assisting the IB English classes, ha seventh grade music class, will Ive a special Christmas numbei t the December P. T. A. meeting. Butcreg bread wrappers for us we hall be glad lo call for them. Mrs. Uicy Dcst of the Number Mr. Number Eight. and Mrs. E. S Crlhfleli the week-end in BlytneviU CrlhHeld's Mrs. I. B. Johnson. Mrs. R. A. Kimbrough was hos less to the members of the Y. W. A i ... . ( I n-oj n* ULL; mtiUMtLO ui 1-ilU t» W« A Mrs. Charles KeUlngcr was host- Mo r.day evening. Mrs. S. McHenr ss to her Mid-Wcek club at nl .„ ^ or V.e program. "W mnco party last week. Mrs. Mus- „ _ >;. » ess bunco party chell Hnmra won high score prize, Mrs. R. C. Sleclc jr., the low Have Seen His Star." Those tak Ing part were Misses Eva Oeorgi Rhodes the bunco prl Mrs. Ciien While and Mrs. J. M.| McClure were hostesses Friday night at a incscelln neons bridal Wcod. Mrs. Kimbrough and Mr McHenry. Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal This Is one means we have of Norton was c | 10 sen president. Wil- naklng money to bify our radio. The room is planning to sei\d out two baskets for Christmas. We ton two baskets of toys to the workshop last week. The day we gel oul for Christmas Holidays, we are planning to lave a Christmas Tree in our room. Each pupil will draw a name and put a gifl on the lice for someone. ^Central Schoql About half of the pupils of Miss Outlaw'. 1 ! room have been abscn his week because of.measles. The room Is trying to buy a radio by ihrlstmas or soon after. li any WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13,_JL93_3 V =. ~i -^M Ekron School has finished one month of busy school work. The Primary room organized a bank November 15. Every Wednesday 15 bunking day, each child marts its own bank nooks mid banks. W. T. The moncy flom tllis tcst Uou( , )lt our Some of the big redwood trees of California, known cis the "se- I'.rolas.' 1 ure supposed to date tuck 4.030 yr.'ars before Christ. liam Smith vice-president, Ruby Veni Trammel bookkeeper nnd llene Smith as assistant-.bookkeeper. A prize Ls offered for child having the neatest book and the most money in its bank. The money must be earned by the child. The contest closes Christ- \ mas. We now have In our tiny banks S23.52. "Work and save" is our motto. We wish to thank each one for their help In making our Thanks- Children's Colds wA Yield Quicker lo Yield quicker lo double action of STAINLESS now, if you prefer The following pupils In Central School had perfect attendance for Blvjng Bo!C s upper a success, the first three months of school. p — 1st grade—Sara Grace Joyner, Billy Caudle, 'Clinton Fisher, Harold Thompson, Betty Jane Matthews, June Martin, Irene nice, Mary Gray, and Bobby Bradley. 5th grade—Archie Bates, Carthol Hyde, Charles Robertson. Hunter Sims, Prentiss Wood, Betty Jean Hill, Mary Helen Moore, Jane Stiles." 6th grade—Mary Jean Afflick, Jean Bourland, Jack Bishop, Joe Billy McHancy, Russell i'arr. Cuba was granted telf-^ . by the United States in- i902. Williamson, associate conductress. Ashlin Chapter Star Officer* Installed Formal Installation of officers lor the J. A. Ashlin chapter, of tho Order -o[ i the • Eastern' 6tar- was,-held with the following serving iv Installation officers'. Dr. I* E.-Tucker, Monette, grand officer; Mrs. Lillian Alford, 'Blytheville, grand chaplain, and Mrs. Frances Began. Luxora, grand marshal. The 'officers aye as follows: Mrs. Mahle Neel, Armorel, worthy matron; Blan H. Williamson. Huffman, worthy patron; Mrs. Frances Beavers. Huffman, associate matron; Bob Necl, Armorel, associate patron; A. L, Beavers, Huffman, secretary; Leslie Crabb,. treasurer; Mrs, Inez Patterson, conductress; MIS. Reba Ask Small Gifts to Help Save Clubhouse The Woman's club, which Monday started a drive for $1.000 to pay off the mortgage on the club house, is yet far from the goal. A committee ot members, headed by Mrs. J. W. Bader as chairman plan to see all business people oi the city but they are asking that anyone caring to donate even a very small amount, to please cal Mrs. W. W. Hawkins at Number 2. Mrs. Hawkins said today "The club house is for everyone and we want everyone to share in it. A small amount of money is not loo little." Through your help we arc able o have a Ivoely Christinas tree. The Builders Club wished to thank Bufford Powers for the cradle lie nade the primers. Our school 1ms lad the following visitors this month. Mrs. Helen Pritchard, Mrs. lunnon and Mrs, Helen Bunch. Lavelle • Flowers was chosen eii- itor for the paper in the primary room, she also made o lovely booklet which we" cull "Visitors Book.' The King und Queen ' contest sponsored by the advanced room closed- Thanksgiving night.- Hazel Bunch and Lenard Reed, fourth graders, were crowned kins anil menthol cough drops A MEDICINAL FORMULA Read Courier News Want Ads.' HEMORRHOIDS (Files) cured without the knife. Skin cancer, varicosed veins, tonsils removed non-surgicall;. DRS. NIES and N1ES Ofllce.SU Main . rihone i>S maids, sang t, selection for the Woman's 'club stunt. A comedy playlet enacted by M°«e. Koehtllzky as. the falf.er, Sybil Brackln as the mother, and Bob Herrick and E. M. Terry jr., as the two children, was given by the junior high school. Proceeds from the affair will be used for the purchase of equipment-for the school. Preceding the' stunts there was a tap dance by Sara Lou Mcc'ut- ohenjand Wanda''Fisher, dressed as sailors. Miss Frances LitUe save a piano srf.o. • * • Council Has a luncheon Mettlnj The woman's council of the First Christian church had a luncheon reeling Monday at the home of Mrs. Gordon Evrard, the 17 mem- ,pers present having surprised the hoslcss. Each look a dish, vgA business seston followed the Jprvmg of the meal In buffet fash- Jon. Miss Betty McCutchen, who attends- SI. Mury'e school at. Memphis, arrived home last night to be here uritll after the holidays. Hiss McCutchen has been 111 and physicians' have prescribed several weeks' rest. Her mother, Mrs O. W. McCutchen, went down yesterday and accompanied her home. Mrs. S. S. Slcmbevg and daughter, MUa Helen Alice, and son, Harold, were called to Guthric; Okla,,' today by the critical Illness of Mrs. Slernberg's mother, Mrs. M. Weinberger, 206'.!, W. Har Ave. Mrs. R. L. Galnes and wo daughters are in Dycrsburg. Tenn. with Mrs. Gained mother who is seriously 111. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fletcher' Fisher and son. Clifford, of Tiyiouville. Tcrin.,. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl. Buckley. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb, of Earle. Ark., are altsnding lo business here today. Ralph Atkinson, of Caruthcrs- shower for Mrs. Quentus White, | .-,„_-who before lier marriage was Miss Mattlc Odell. Announcements are being received here of the wedding of Miss Vcra Sanders Odoni to Wai lace Miller, both of Joiner. Ark. Mrs. Miller is well known In Slecle, where she lias visited a number of times with her sister, Mrs. I,. C. S|>encer. Miss Kalhenne Jones went to Memphis Tuesday for nn extended visit with Mrs. Ruth Howard. Mrs. G. G. Travis has returned from an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. I. B. Stewart of Blytheville. Jim Barnes is. visiting relatives In Jacksonville, Pin. Mr. and Mrs Ray lifirris have returned from an extended visit in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Spencer nnd children of Hgyli. who Imve Just returned from a visit at Savannah Tenn., spent Sunday here guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spen- j'ack Neill, E. M. DeBakcy, E. , . . , W. McCann. George GlUland and John Wright spent • Monday Memphis where they heard Oscar Johnston speak on the government's cotton acreage reduction prograrn. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Ottlnger and son and Mrs. Ora Oltinger of Hayti spent Sunday in Cooler as tf Mrs.- , -Mrs; Marvin' RoKinson was we only^ guest at -the reeetlm; of Jhe -fuesflay Contract club this •eek vhen Mrs. J. Nick Thomas • hostess. Mrs. Harry KIrby won prize, a breakfast cloth and f * ? vtllo, Mo., attended to business here Tuesday. • Mrs. I. R.. Johnson and Mrs. I|. S. Davis si>cnl yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. J. W. Adams jr.. underwent an operation for appendicitis yesterday at Ihc Memphis Bnpltsl hospital. Her condition is very good. Mr. Adams, who accompanied her, will return home tonight. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and Mrs. W. A- Dobyns were In Memphis Tuesday. T. J. Crowder has returned to his home In St. Ixiuis after A vlsil with his family. Mrs. Carrol Blakcmore and Mrs. Fred Sandefur spent yesterday In Memphis. Harold Hale, of Little Rock, has arrived here to make his home with his sister, Mrs. J. G. Trieschman, and family. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas has arrived home from a month's stay in Chicago and St. Louis. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin jr., and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs went to Memphis today to remain until tomorrow. - . Percy Smith Is ill nt his home on Kentucky avenue having been slricken \\IUi a light slrokc of JJ A salad plate vis served. fits Chill Sapper ft Mrs. J. p. Friend entertained 15 Sf her mends with a chill supper jMt evening at her home en JJhlckasawba avenue. ijGarlands ir). silver and gold nnd gher Yuletlde decorations adorn Is the living room where chill and S- frozen salad were served a •mall Ublts. paralysis ycslcrday which has affected his entire right side. Tills is the second slight stroke he has had In the past several i-. but had apparently recovered from :i>ontlis o Hire n-The altar society, of the Church q? the Immaculale Conception will nave, a 'bazaar Friday and Salur- «y in the Ladies' Toggery shop 4pr .Krets'. .)• Linens" made by the sisters of i fiuipber of convents, will be iii- dud«d In Ihe assortment. '•"'''• f.M(5s Rutye WaUi»righl cnlcr- ttlnt-rt-12 guests with a chill sup- Wt. Monday .wenip?] at her home «3J West 'vy«lniit : . street, .Uter there 'yere' ' dancing snd games. MOONLIGHT Next Door <o Nabcrs Grocery PLATE LUNCH - 30c Home Made Pastries Fried Chicken - Steaks BERT DUGAN, Che Open Day and Mglil Yes'm Interwoven's Always Please All men approve of Interwoven Hose for they're smart looking <uul wear and wear and wear. 50c to $1 BARGAINS IS NEW & t'SEU FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 3*3 ET Main - Phone 155 New Mead Clothing Co. llottf li'h irh If tiding dentists nnd ^li^ifl'.ns fii f f*rcscril»in;/ /9r fhfir patients to he sure they gft th<: i-rtp- (irniiOHS tfhifh uiil to them the tiitisl Nurses Don't Guess About Care of Teeth Dentists know more than anyone else about your leclji, nnd what you should use to brush them. They sec llic Icli-lalc signs on the leeth they examine every day, of people taking Loo much for granted in using just anything called tooth paste. Therefore, isn't ii reasonable that, instead of using something you think is all right, you would be doing your tcelh more good by brushing (hem with the preparation which leading dentists now prescribe for llicir patients. You can get (hat same dental cream from your druggist here. Doesn't cost any more than anything else you have used, .lust go in any drug store and ask for Prescription Denial Cream. The name Prescription is plainly printed on each lube. That is your protection. KlllBY DRUG CO.. Dislnbuiois Gifts for Her V SILK HOSE GORDON AND DOVE DOWN Silk Negligees 84.98 to 819.95 Lounging Robes §3.98 'to. .810 Lounging Pajamas 82.98 to 819.85 SILK UNDIES — DANCK SETS 1 - SLIPS BLOOW'EKS" '. STEP-INS -'"•'••• : SI lo 82:49 SILK GOWNS 82.9S to 84.50 NEW PURSES $1 io 83.98 Bainly llandkerciiicl BOXES OP 3 OH IMMV1DUAL 25c Lo §1 Fabric or Kid GLOVES 75e to S New Shipment of ! CLASSY JKAN DRESSES THE FASHION

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