The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1937 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 28, 1937
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y.CotJRIER NEWS Social Oleodu . JWSDNESDA'VS EVENTS Wednesdiy club' m«ets with Itrs. fturnsworth 1 Stack: • > - EVENTS Luncheon club meets with Mrs. C. W. AffllcJc. Thursday 'Contract club meets with Mrs. C. K. Blakemore. Thursday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. H. A. Taylor. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Country club having dance. 10 P. M, Miss Margaret Keck Weds F. Don Smith ' The wedding of Miss Margaret Keck, daughter of _, Judge and Mrs. Grover E Keck, and F. Don • Smith,''son of Dr. and Mrs. P. D Smith, was solemnized lasi nigh at 7 o'clock at the First Presby terian Church The Rev. Ro Davis, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Wynne, Ark, performec the ring service before a larg gathering. An all-white arrangement wa effectively used throughout th wedding.' The chancel on whlc the bridesmaids stood was arrang ed fn st«ps which led to the altar. A candelabrum, flanked by baskets of white pompom chrysanthemums, stood before n background of Emilax and palms and talt candelabra foimed._a part of the decorative setting Floor vases of white chrysanthemums stood a't either side ot the steps leading to the chancel. Boss Stevens sang 'The' Sweetest Story E\er Told" and "Because" before the marriage vows FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of New Mostly "What do you want me to ik> with ttiesc, Fanny?" "Throw 'em out—^Clir.istnjas cords arc only tiiscnril.s now," anrt Mrs. Walter Bishop led In prayer. Mrs. Brooks had charge. exctaifgedrBernard" Gooch" I of the business session and taught at the organ, played the bridal tllc ™ lsslo » ? in ?L. ' n ™ l ™*™ chorus from "Lohengrin" for the processional and "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life" during the ceremony. He played Mendelssohn's wedding march for the recessional. The bridesmaids, l Mlss Nnncy PJatS of St. Louis, Miss Mary Elizabeth Stuhler of 'Moline, 111., Mrs Whit Goodman of Memphis, and Miss Ruth "Butt, and the matron of honor, Mrs. George M Powell, of Carlisle, Pa, wore white moire dresses with basque waists, bouf- " fant skirts and shirred puffed slee\es.' White veils, caught with flowers',in their'.hair, fc!l almost to' their shoulders They carried thower 1 bouquets of white pompom chrysanthemums.' 1 ' Dr. Smith vita "his son's. t best wan. " f \A";,-i'-',\r "•*"' The ushers werejDrypeorge M Powell, Whit" ""Goodman*'' Jamqp Terry, Max Logan, Fired Matthews and Oscar Hardaway. x The' bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore the white satin and lace dress woin by her sister, Mrs. Powell, when she married four jears ago. The bias skirt lengthened Into n long tram and the waist of empress lines was formed into a bodice of peau d'angc lace which also made the shoulders and cuffs of the long puffed sleeves. / The veil of illusion was caught into a turban of -peau d' ange lace and orange blossoms on which was a short nose veil. She carried an arm bouquet ol calla lilies . Annella Humphrey, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Humphrey, end Juanita Lee Goodman, daughter of Mr. snd Mrs Whit Goodman, sprinkled rose petals in tlie path of the bride. They wore long white colonial stjlcd dresses ol wrvcd nil iced drink and cookies. . Mrs. R. L, Rccder was hostess lo Circle 2, when 10 members and two guests, Mr*. Reedcr's mother, Mrs. McClurkln, and Mrs. J, G.' Barnes, were present. Mrs. Tlico-: flore Logan offered prayer and led, the business. "'.--.... 7 During the social. hour' the members ; of the circle .showered Mrs. Logan, retiring chairman of the circle, with handkerchiefs. Mrs. Rceder served a plalc lunch, [firmer Given at Stectc For Blythevllle Couple i and Mrs. Sims Mlchlc en- crtaincr! with "-a dhinbr at her home 'in Steetc Sunday in honor of/,MJss.'4Llllian Dietrich and Dr. Joe Bcaslcy, wlio will be married Saturday..... ' . ,.. ,'• .A'' three,course vtu'rKey ' dinner w»*; served; at 'one • o'clock to the guests -at f, table decorated In a link, silver and white bridal mq- ;if. A wedding bell,, flanked by apcrs, was used as a ccnterpleco arid streamers ran from tlie bell lo the bridal place cams, Wedding ringn were on the ends of the ribbons under the bell. The guests were all from Steele with thc exception of the guests of honor and Miss Dietrich's brother, Paul Dietrich of Cape Gir- nrdeau. '• . * *. * Have Joint Installation The Masons and the members of the Blylheville chapter of the Order of Eastern Star held a Joint Installation of officers at the hall last night. Miss Velma Lonin. Worthy Matron of the J. A. Ashland chapter at Huffman, was the installing of- Steele-Cooter Holland Society — Personal point d'espnt with while satin I ^ er f or tllc °- E - S.. Mrs, Frank bows in their hair. Immediately after the wedding the couple left for a short wedding trip before Mr. Smith resumes his study at the dental school of St. Louis University, St. Louis. Following his graduation in June, they will reside here Out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tom Smith o f Siloam Springs'. Ark, Miss Ellen Goodman of Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph--Sloan % or -Junesboro, Mrs. B. B Goodman -and Mrs W. P. Moffelt of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Thweatt and Mr 'and Mrs Robert Thwealt of Lucy, Tenn. MTE. Tom McJarrity of'Twist, Ark., and Mr and Mrs. L.' W. Walters, Mr and Mrs. B B Smith Mr. and Mrs. E. R smith jr, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Miss Virginia Smith, Jap White and Mrs.-Paul Luster of Osceola, and Mrs. Roy Davis of Wynne. * • 9 Has Intermission Party : Miss Elizabeth' Vinn Wilson entertained with an intermission party Saturday night at her home. Mrs Wilson and Mrs. E, E. Stanley served sandwiches, nuts,' pickles, Iced drinks and egg nog to the 35 guests who were at th c dance given by Muses Anita Strackc and Jane Me Adams. The rooms were decorated In a Christmas motif and the table decorated with poinaettias. Stovall, past Worthy Matron of the chapter at Helena, Ark., was Installing marshal, Mrs. Inez Patterson, past Worthy Matron of the chapter at Huffman, was organist, and Mrs. Emma Burney, past Wor- hy Matron of the BlytlievJIle chap- cr, was chaplain. Following the o. E. S. inslalla- Jon the Masonic officers look office alter which a social hour was held during which thc members of thc O. B. S. presented Mrs. B. B. Wilson, retiring Worthy Matron, with a past matron's pin. Refreshments of coffee and cake were served. Born A seven : .pound girl,. who . tias t«*n named Katbryn Joyce, was bom yesterday to Mr. and Mrs ' ' Booker. the Woman 5 the Firs yesterday Miss Lois Hill Weds Mr. Hiltcm SlepKenson LUXOFA, Ark.. Dec. 23.—Mrs. Pearl Hill has announced the marriage of her daughter, Lois. '.6 .Hilton'B. Etcphcnson. of'Baki- wyn, Miss. Thc ceremony was pcrfcririeii by the Rev. L. P. Fleni- ming, pastor of thc Baptist church at Luxora, at thc parsonage in Luxora, at 8:00 o'clock Christmas morning. They lelt Immediately for a Crip to the home 3l the groom's parents in Baktwyn. Mrs. Stephenson h»s bctn teaching English and mathematics in Ihe Luxora high school tor thc past nine years. She attended college at Arkansas State College, In Jcnesfcaro. Mr. Stephenson has been en- Mr, and Mrs. V. A. Fiindeib'.irk entertained with a jnrniiy reunion dinner at llieir liome near Cooler ChriEtmas day. Their guest.-; were Mr. mid Mrs. Andrew Crawford, daughter, Montana, and son, BIHy, Mr. and Mrs. Oaston Brown and dmightrr of Sleelc, Mr. and Mrs, Durll • Cn'stcmnn daughter Lorena, and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell'.and daughter, Ilowena, Mr. and Mrs. Velmer Campbil and .son, Johnnie and Mr. ,uul \lis. James Terry and son, James Shannon. , Mr. ami Mrs. T. N. BrlggancE entertained Ihe following at "dinner Sunday Larco . MoBall am) Miss Virglc Travis of Pnrmu, Jack Travis of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Velmer Campbell .and son, Johnnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Joo Rnnscll of Cooler. .. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ponder! ano daughter, Annette, of. St. Loilts, and Howard Fender of Senruy, Ark., were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Pcnctcr over thc holidays Mr. and Mrs. n. O. White and daughter, Lucille, and son, Fain, of Holconib, were dinner guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Cootcr and bon, L. E. jr., left Christmas lo risit with Dr. T. 3. Cooper ol ft. Myers, Fin., for' the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Pullem and taby, Herman Hopper, am! Jack Travis of Detroit, Mich., have rived to spend two weeks here wllh relatives. Miss Helen Vlckrey and urotli- tr, James Alton, spent the week cud In West Plains as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McDowcl arc announcing (lie nrrlvnl of a haty girl at their home near Cooler last week. Misses Lillian Fmidcrbiirk. V!r- Blnia Fowler and Mary Little, who are employed near St. Louis spent Christmas here ivltli l!i?tr parents. Miss Elizabeth Renner Is spending thc holidays with relatives in Indiana. Gordon Moore, vocational agriculture teacher of Cooler, spent Ihe holidays in Dyersburj. Tenn.. with relatives. Miss Mary Lou McDaniel, of Memphis, and Miss Q'Bell . Mo- Daniel, who is attending : Blue Mountain college Hi ' Mississippi, arc visiting thcr father. Dr. J. H. McDaniel. • Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Fowler had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Aslon Wright, Mr. .inrl Mrs. Pearson Hudson and daughter. Jcc, Mr. and Mrs. Etm<:r Wright nnd children oml Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hunt and children. Mrs. P. N. Luttrell and sons, Maurice and Lavon, spent the week end In Covington, Tenn. with relatives. B. Ruble, who Is working In Kansas City, came home Thursday to spend Christmas with Mrs Ruble. Friday they went to Hornbeck, Tenn;, to visit relatives and •oturned Sunday night. ' Mrs. f. J. Gcberl, of St. Louis s visiting her son, L. S. Benlsb nnd Mrs, Benish, They spent the week end In Corning with Mrs Bcnish's mother, Mrs. B. C. Lau nius, Henry Clay and Clyde Pattoi of Newport, arc visiting their fa thci. E. C. Patton. K. M. Dunlap of Eufaula, Okla 13 attending to hiisine*; here. Miss Claru Ruble returned Sun day from Marvel), where stie vis ited relatives over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal Mid con, Hnrold Nathan, returned Icday from Eudora, Ark., where they visited relatives over week end. Jack and Leon Smith Jr., are visiting their lather, W. Leon Smith. Leon jr., is a student at stale university nl Fayetle- vlltc and Jack Is visiting In Pine Blulf.. Mrs. Clyde Wilson and daughter, Nettle Layton, or Memphis, r'lslted here Sunday while cnroutc to their home from Mnnlln, R. I. Dcwey Ford spent the week end In Dycrsbuig, Tcnn. Mi-, and Mrs. J. Lloyd Ropp of locmlnglon, 111., spent Christmas licro with Mrs. Ropp's. parents, Mr. and Mis. H. B. Oakcs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wcidmaii mil children left Sunday to visit relatives in G«y and Indlan- ipolls, Ind. Miss Mollic Plshcr spent the. holidays with her parents In Wynne, Ark. Mrs. Bryant Tinner, of St. unite, arrived Sunday to be the of her cousin, Mrs. B. M. Wocdard for u. .week. i Mus Etta- Neal Maluin, of Little Rock, is visiting friends ' in Dell. .' '•'• I Dr. Frank Luckett of Helena, .ylio spent Christmas in Dell with lls fatiict Dr. J: A. LxickcU, and, faiijily, returned to his home Sun : TUESDAY, ; DECEMBER 28,. 1.937 ! • iy. He was accompanied by Neal Luckett, who will visit in Helena for a few days. Mr. and Msr. W. L. Hessie left this morning for a four months motor trip through western states •joing first to Mobile, Ala. . •Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblhi and sons, Jack and Don, spent thc week end in Memphis and Sardls, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. L. Lansky visited Mr. and Mrs. Jce Klcban .formerly of here, in West Point. Miss., over the week eiid. Tlicy also visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klc^an In Starkville. Mi. IIIKI Mrs. Adolpli Meyers and daughter, and Mrs. L. Lansk> •vere in' Memphis yesterday. Miss Helen Alice Sternbcrg left tills morning for Miami, Fla where she will visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little left Sunday on a western trip. They expect to be away several weeks Misses Betty nnd Robert Ann Proctor returned to their home In Little Rock Sunday atlcrnoon niter visiting friends here. Miss Betty visited. Miss Winifred Crawford and Miss Robert Ann visited Miss Mary Cray. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Craig re liirncd to their home in Covington, Tcnn., Monday after .visiting Mr. Craig's mother,- Mrs. J T Craig, over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Roe and children, of Memphis, spent Christmas here with Mr. ami Mrs E. B. Woodson, Captain nnd Mrs. J. L. Lewis of Jonesboro, are visiting Mr ana Mrs. Charles R. Penn. did I do'with my gloves?" is'; one question . Gloria Swanson doesn't aslc any m~re. If the movie star leaves them on a counter while 'shopping, it is because she forgot to luuig them on her belt, as you see above. Links en. the glove cuffs make it easy Co slip them on the sin ing hook attached to her belt. Safest CCC Cam» Named . . Mr. and Mrs. John p were guests of Mrs. Lentl's a Mrs. Pete L;mm. In Memphis Saturday anil Sunday. (•lit.s, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hum- pWrcy,.-aiid family. They returned 'Home. Sunday, vln Mcmpliis, where tXQy.-speht.a. few hours.-: <• ( . [/A.,;F..''bielrich -is' attending' to business' in Memphis, today. • •iRobcrt .Toler of'.Mt. Vernon, 111., .Is. visiting relatives herb 1 during : ' the holidays. (.J. Crowe, who has been sick from, pneumonia for the past v>sek, is improving. .Jyirs. .C. V. Sebaugh and daughter,. Jeanetta Jean. returned to their home in Memphis today alter \isiting here a day and night Mrs. Sebaugh was the gui'st of Mi. and Mrs. George W. Earham and Miss Scabaifgh vls- tttd t Gloria Martin. Mr. Seabaugh jcen$lj moved here and Mrs. Sea- L-augli plans to join him the first of the 5 car. Miss Mary Catherine Martin, Mary Blanche Gay and Allyce Nelson, R. A. and Roy Nelson attended 'Yen Can't Take It With You ' in Memphis Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Guthric King will MqVe. to Memphis Hie latter part a("tt]c week where Mr. King will be nsustant manager of the Credential Life Insurance company office,' He will be replaced here by R, Jx Stocked. of Alexandria, La. .•Maureen Morris, who has been in Hatticsburg, 'Miss., since early in October, returned home last night . with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, who motored down lor Christmas and decided to bring Maureen home They also visited In Biloxi and New Orleans, where they were guests of Mr. and Mis. T. G. Seal who formerly lived here. Mrs; W. A. Crimmltt, who has been critically ill, is improved. Mrs. Margaret Flanagan left this morning for Alabama, where she will; visit in Montgomery and Birmingham for a month. • .Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Nance of Luxora Society — Personal Carroll James of 'Los Anegles, Calif., and Van Hayes, of Washington, Art., former Luxon boys, were visiting with their Luxora irlends Thursday. 'Die Hev. and Mrs. L. p. Flem- hilng have as their guests their daughters, Frances of Memphis, Maggie Sue of West Memphis nnd Mrs. Malcolm Lauderdale and Mr. Lauderdale, of Rock Springs, ex Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Turner, oj Island, Miss., are visiting Mrs Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs W. Dycss. Mr. and Mrs. Ess Motlitl am! daughter, Margaret fire spending ihe Christmas holidays with relatives In Lexington, Tenn. Mrs. Willie Howard has as her guests tor the holidays her sister Mrs. W. L, Ilardln, of Lexlng- tcn, Teni)., ami her brother, Hen ry Stanford, ol Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Gowan am daughter, Sue Elizabeth, of Mem lihis, are spending tlie holiday, with Mrs. GG van's mother, Mrs Sue Brown, and Mr. and Mrs Jack Brown, nnd Mr I Gowan' mcther, Mrs. Gowan, of Carulh- ersville. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Rene! W. Butler left Thursday to visit Mr. Butler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. But- Ur, of Hope, Ark., and returning by FaycttevlIIe, Ark., for a visit In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howard. IVfr. and Mrs. George Craddock and sons, Jackie and Tommie, in Humboldt, Tenn., for tho holidays. ,Mrs.. Lela Brantley had all of Itr.r children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. T. Tyler, and Mn, Warren, of Snulsbury, N. C.,~~AIr. und Mrs. A. L. Burns and Loree Brantlpy.. of Long Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Alexander and children, Lela, Merle, Marvin, •nid Farle .Brantlcy of Kennit, rex., for a family reunion during the Christmas holidays. Mr. nrirt Mrs. R. T. Ballew's daughter, Georgiana, of Memphis, spent 'Christmas : day and Sunday with them. Miss Bess Eleanor Thweatt returned to Chattanooga. Tcnn. "undny after spending (lie past lour days wllh her parents, Mi and Mrs. William Thwcatt. ' -M. C. Cooke and son. M. C. ,ir. lett Friday to join his brother, R. L. Cookc, of McAllcn, Tex., i- Hie home of his son, at Haskell. Okla., as a .surprise visit, the brothers not having seen Or heax-d frcm each ether until Christmas agould ^after a visit with Mrs. tenancy's parents, and her sis- er, Mrs. James Driver, of Osceola, for tlie holidays. Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Terry and daughters, Sara Jane and Marha Claire, of Smackover, Ark., arrived Wednesday lo spend the lolldays with Mr. Terry's motlitr, Mrs. Anna Terry, and Mrs. Terry's sister, Mrs. J. I, Mllflln. They returned home Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Spann had as llieir guests for Christinas Day their daughter, Mrs. R, L. Cox, Mr. Cox and daughter, Gladys Lee. of Bobo, Miss., Mrs. Bliss yancey, Mr. Yaneey and daughter, Mary BILis, of Hughes, Mrs. R. D. Eberdts and Mr. Eberdts, Df West Memphis, and Mrs. fpann.s sister, Mrs. Joe Dean, Mr Eean and daughlers. Allle Lee of West -Memphis, and Mrs. Elizabeth Willoughby and son, Joe Eean. of Tyronza. Mr. and Mrs. s. W. Small ami children, Martha Louise, Billy and Jack, of Salem, III., returned lo their hcme Sunday after several days visit with Mrs.. Small's mother, Mrs. Eliott Williams, and sister, Mrs. Eiizabetli Siliman. W. J. Sykcs. of Jackson, Tenn. Is spending the holiday seasoi with lite sister, Mrs. E. R. Began The Luxora teachers who nr id sister, / V rving re- I JT; ate, and % *•' f deecy. B, O.'E mother and sister, '/ Ann Claire, assisted In serving freshmeiits of hot chocolate, fruit cake topped with whipped cream. Seven members of the Sunbeam iand of thc Baptist church. with, tfrs. S. J. Smith as their leader, lave finished their mission' ;study on "Little Black Sambo") and will 'ccclve a seal. Those taking ihe itudy were: Betty Sue Miclln, Lo- rlne Edwards, Wade McHen;}', Christine Johnson, Ann Clalr Wll- klns, and James Lloyd Edwards. tire Destroys Antiques BTEUBENVILLE, O. (UP)—Fire which ruined a hotel here destroyed a sword used in' the American Revolution, a Itilh century Gernau Bible, and 4,000 other books in the sulle of Manager William A. Becker. n/l Everything for your enteifc tairtment and comfort. Mr. BJid Mrs. Arch Gray of line, 111., visited .. Lincoln, Ncb Wince's vvc - s white enroulc to Rector, where they visited other relatives Mrs. Aubrey Harwell, of Parkin Is visiting Mr. and Mrs E E' Stanley. . ' U. L,. Gaines, who has b"cn r .ick from pleurisy for the past week, Is improved. Mi. and Mrs. Elman jester ot Memphis, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. j Lt Gaines Christmas. Mrs. Jester arc visiting Mr, -— , ,. .. J, Mr. and Mrs. T. is here 3:; Nance, having met them in St. u » tumkas civilian conservation! Mr. and Mrs. Rus sister vis- of l.GHI camps throiighoiit the United Slates that has not had an sagcd In farming since coming to accident on a work project. Mississippi county. ' They will be at home after January J In their horn* on Highrayi 61, a few miles north of Lus-' tra. At the HospkaU Floyd Blackshur, of Manila, un- dcracnt a major oireralioii lodn> at the Bljtheiillc liospitnl Bobo, wlio recently un- rrwcnl an operation, for f ippon-! (citK H.IS removed fiom tlie lily-' „ Ihcville hospital yesterday to Insi ^,Mr«. H. H, B/ooks home In a Holt ambulance. I week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humphrey of Kenning, Tenn., spent Christmas hero with Mr. Humphrey's par- Louis over . the week end and accompanying them horns. They will bc;hctc a.week or 10 days. The condition of Mrs. Jack Applebaiim. who recently underwent an appendectomy afthc Bly- IhevlMc hospital, is good. ; Head Courier News Want Ads, Evc morning over a period ol som'o yeWrsT'f i ! i'"I ' • ''• :Bii W. Thomas, w!io has been very ill for the past four or five days, is reported as resting some belter today. Miss Laura Lee Limlsey, of New York City, arrived Thursday for several days holiday visit with her sister, Mrs. Thomas F. Hudon. , ' Mrs. Kennctt Vines, of El Do-i ratio, Ark., who is visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Will Lucas, had as her guests two of her former Luxora school-) motes, Misses Mattie and Mildred Tlilman, of lifcmphis, over the week end. Mrs. Euls Liiiulnnn is In Clarksdale, Miss., visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harrison, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mitchell visited Mrs. AUtchell's son in Memphis for tlic Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Bryant were in Water Valley with relatives during the holiday season. Miss Catherine Tennyson of Vanmlnle is spending ihe Christmas season with her sister, Mrs Cliarlie Thomas, anrt Mr. Tnomas. Mrs.. Jesse Brown accompanied her daughter. Mrs. Fay McHaney, Mr. McHaney, and son. La- fayctlc III, to their home in Par- upending tlie Christmas holiday with home folk are: Miss Iy, Crabtree, Livingston, Tenn., Miss Kuth Bulloch, Collins, Ark., Miss Bob Williams, Bowling Green, liy., Marvin Sanderson. Stuttgart. Superintendent and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins, Atkins and Arkadelphia, Mis. R. W. Nichols at Union City. Mrs. Maxine Crawford, of Memphis, was tlie Christinas day guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs S J. Smith. Little Misses Afarylin and Jcar Owen spent several days with Iheir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen in Parkin, Ark. Mi. and Mrs. Joo Hires Mr. ,-ind Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen, and -Mr. and Mrs Sam Eowon atended a Christmas party of ihc Oececla-Luxora, and Blythcville bridge club at the home of Judge and Mrs. s. L, Gladish An enjoyable feature ot the evening's pleasure was the exchanging of gifts from the club Christmas tree. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bo wen dinner hosls to Mr. and Mrs. W.! L. Walleis, Mr. and Mrs. Jce Hires, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mifflin Christmas night and Sunday niBlit lo Mr. and Mrs.. Charlie Blllineslcy, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Slack, Miss Carrie Mae Hires, Bob Gillispie, and Mr. and Mrs. Pay McHaney; of Paragould. H. O. Wilkius jr., was hosl lo his young friends at a Christmas parly Thursday evening at., tjie home of his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. B. o. Wilkins. .Christinas-games and contests featured 'trie' entertainment with first prizes .-going to Miss DItsy Siliman, and Fred George, and second prizes going MIGHT • t*b.». — 'Breakfast for Two' with Barbara Stanwyck & Herbert Marshall Also SeMed Shorts. Admission Matinee 19c & 2Sc Admission Nifht IGc & 36c Wed. - Thur. - Fri, Three Big Days ( ci to Marvin Spann and Ned Par- QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at alf times. $ SAVE C MONEY AT 0 GAINES MKT. • 18 W. Main Phone UJ 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER llrst day Headache, 30 minutes. Try "Rub-My-Tism"-World's Best Uniment OUR COMPLETE SERVICE Insures Your Satisfaction * PRESTONE * RADIOS * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS * TIRE CHAINS PROTECT YOUR CAR AGAINST WINTER 24 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Call 633 PWSCRIPTIOIVS AUK OUR 81'KCIAU'Y .£ Phone 141 ^ FOWLER DRUG STORE HAVE YOUtt PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Our j-cats of experience mil lo\v charge make this an KVKKY DAV BARGAIN SOUTHWORTH Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEE!) Safe, sure nnd wllh less discomfort. All diseases anfl cmdiltons of nervous origin, foot ailments atid skin cancers treated and cured at onr cllnkv. BUS. NIKS.'•& ...N1ES •IM-'MMnr Phone- Sg "Blylheville,' Afk." GIRLS! ENROLL NOW! Modern IScauly Sclmol Classes Slart- mg Jan. 3rd. Teaching all phases of Itcauly Culture and meeting all requirements for licensed operators Arkansas and Missouri. Modem Equipment-Competent Instructors Social Courses for Young Men and Barbers Low Enrollment Fee For full details call at the Eagle School of Beauty Culture Walnut lilyllicville. Ark. EDDY POWELL Feat ujria*? FRANK MORGAN Edna May OLIVER RAYBOLGER ILONA MASSEY BILLY GILBERT REGINALD OWEN Also Paramount News & Comedy Ailroissicn Matinee We & 26c Admission Nifht 16c & 36c Coming Soon: VOGUES OF 1938 DAMSEL IN DISTRESS TOVARICH TAIWAN'S KEVENGE ROXY Admission Alirajs 19e * 26c Show cvcrj night. Majlntcs Friday, Salurdaj & Snnday Ojily. Fritey & Sunday Matinees s«ar| ' :I * p.m. Satarday Co.itlnaons slioiring from 1 to ll:Vi p.m. Niglil shows start B:K p.m." Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! « Adults Admitted for Price o» 1 5 THE PERFECT «^ " ~~ 1 .H?' *l ' ' * Also Ktlratcd

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free