The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
Page 2
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fAGH TWO BLTTHEVnjJ. (ABK.) COURttB NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS '-Christmas tree and program at Hret -Methodist church, 7 p.m. .Luncheon at Woman's club for office employes of the Federal Emergency Relief in Mississippi county. SUNDAY'S EVENTS ' Christmas musical, 11 a. m., First Baptist church. Given. ! A children's operetta "Red Riding-Hood" was presented nt the Lake.. Street •Methodist church 'J'uesday, The playlet was directed by Mrs. Iverson Mon-is, Mrs. Clias. Bright and Mrs. Henderson Hnll. ; Frances Bright was Little Red Hiding Hood, Amy Ruth Morris played the role of the grnudinoth- }r, Iverson Morris was ihc woodsman, Homer linker, tlie wolf, nud the playmates vere Mary Ixmisc tVaters,'Mary Joe Buchanan, Jnycc Summers, Margaret Davis, Virginia Haynes and Olive Wain as Jack and Jill, Lefetra May as Little Bo Peep, Ann Buchanan as Little Miss Muftet, Herman Ticker ns Jack {Ijrjier and the ten little bunnies jv«re: -J. c. Cole, Joe Evelyn Uy- elnger, Charles and Jlmmic Stat- fofd, Edwin and Sissy Welclmnn, Jqan: Williams, Earline Sullivan, Jorry Goodman and Rulli Ulum. I ?Hie scene was a log cabin in n jvdod: Mrs. Henderson Hall played {hei piano for the play and lor a fnetially Aniy Ruth Morris gave » Irialln solo with Earl B. Snydcr at) (he piano. •It . . f plafs Has Xmas Party . Dr. Edna Kics. tenclicr of the Glad Qlrls Sunday school cluss of I1 ic" First Baptist church, entertained 12 members of the class with a Yulctlde party Tuesday ov- eajbs at her home. •Christmas.stories and games interested the guests- wllh HID exchanging of gifts on Hie prettily decorated tree as the principal at- traption.- Dr. Nies was presented a magazine rack as a present from alt the girls. idakes-and -hot chocolate were sejjed. ' .. , ,» : • * «• • • Bunco Party Is Own (or Class Siss Gladys Barham gave a burico party Tuesday evening for members of the Golden Rule Sun- da'jj. school class of the • First Chrisiuh church and.a guest Lee "' ersjprizes' went'.-to .-Miss' Lclft Beck lor: ladies' high,'.whose gift was n toilet set, to Rue! Cooper for men's high, whose girt was an'ash tray, and to 'Cecil Lowe, who received a waste -bosltet, lor the traveling award. ' . A' tree held gilts for even-one arid later the.guests packed ii box, to be -given the tainily adopted through the Good fellows club for Chrislmas. Cake and coffee wns' served. • • * Kcjicf Office Employes Plan Parly ThD 40 office' employes of Ihc Federal Emergency Relief In Mississippi county will cclebralc Christmas with a luncheon pally nt ihe Woman's chil) Saturday. -Mrs Harmon Scturd uiul Klch- nrd Rcvlere, of Luxora, nre In I charge of Uic affair which will be :hc llrst social gathering the group has ever had. • » • Give Holidny Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mr. ind Mrs. a. G. Hubb.ntl and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertained 85 boys and girls n-llli n (landing Daily at the country club lost evening in compliment lo their dangh- ters, Misses patty Shane, Mildred Lou Hubbard and Minlhu Ann Lynch. Trc holiday moil! was used In decorating the ball room with the mantel draped ia r«l berries and holly, red and green garlands, from which fell Icicles, decorated tlie windows and large red bells hung from the beams to ti.c mezzanine floor. In the sun room punch wns served from n luble adorned with miniature Christmas trees. The hostesses, their parents and Mrs. Ramsey Duncan, mint of Miss Lynch, received the guests which included Miss Dorothy Robinson of Lcachyille, . houscgucsl of Miss Lynch, and Wlnford Rhodes of Stcelc, : : Mo. The girls and their mothers wore shoulder corsages of roses and sweet pens. Piano ami radio music was used and confetti and ^serpentine added a coy note tor eterlainmcnt. Library Open Tonight. The lilylhcvlllc library, which.un- der Ihe CWA program Is O|*ned now for longer hours, will be open tonight Irom 7 to B:30 o'clock. Tr.e library Is also o;>cn from 1 lo 0 o'clock each afternoon except Sunday. BiboJ News Mostly Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Zachry have gone lo Locksburg, Ark., for the holidays lo be spent, with relatives of 'Mr. Zacliry, Miss Marguerite I'ride, who is a member of the Portland, Ark., high school fM-ulty, W iU arrive home Ihe last of ihc week for u leu days vacation with her parents. Mr. tuid Mrs. J. p. Pride. Mr- .and /Irs. O;-i Allison and son, of •BHitimcre, Md.s arrived last night to make their home in this city. Mr. Allison, ivho has been in Ihc United States navy for 14 years, and his family nrc at present visit- Ing Mr. Allison's mother, Mrs Miltie Allison. Joe Pride jr., ivi :o ] s n(w s [ n . lioncd nt Rlpley, Tciin., with the U. S. government engineers, will arrive home Saturday to spend the holidays wilh his parents. Gonh names, w.'io attends the slate university at jfnyctteville, ha; arrived home for the holidays. Miss Dorothea Rogers, -who attends Arkansas T<achers college a Coinvny, will arrive tonight I spend the holidays with her inolh er, Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers. Miss Honors. wlMi is at!c-,\dlng this school ( for tl'.i 1 second years, is a member of the debating le;im. diaries ending jr., wl'o ntlciuls Ihe Missouri School of Osteopathy nt 'Knksvillc. has arrived to ]oln | Mrs. Gadlntf and son who are the uest-, of Mrs. Gacllng's mother, Mrs. Ci. H. Barnes. Mr. and Mr.T Knrl Kroger, of Ok- iihouw City. Okln., will arrh'c Sat- irilay to ?T>?nil Christmas week I'ith Mrs. Krogrr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. A. l»aclc, and family. Be- 'ore her marriage in September Mrs. Kroner was MUs Anne Dlack if this cily. nussell I'lilllips has returnee! from ;, [hue days business trip In Memphis. Dr. ami Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon and sons, I)! ;ir;d Jlmmic. went to Se- nnth, MO., today to attend n parly tonight. They will rourn tomorrow afternoon, jinimie Tiptoi) has just arrived liou:c from the University of Alabam.i at Tuscaloosa to sivnrt the holl:l.iys. Miss Lucille nifkctls Ls lenvlns tonight for SI. Louis, Mo., where she wj!i vtit for n nihntli. Mrs. C. J. Little nnd grand (laughter, Jackie, will leave Friday to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews in Mintcr City, Mississippi. George D. Williams hns arrived here from New York to spenri Ihc holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wllllnms of Armorcl. Miss Rulh Williams of Memphis Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams, during the holidays. W. I>. Mclnlosh jr.. E. E. Fox and J. G. names spent yesterday in Memphis where they attended Hie meeting nl tlin. cleaners when the new NiiA cede was "discussed. Mrs. W. I'. Mclnlosh jr., and children have cone lo Memphis to spend the holidays. Mr. Mclntosh will Join them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haynes and son, Harold, of Fort Smith, will arrive Saturday (o spend Christmas with Mr. ami Mrs. Russell Fan- nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. •Hnynes, parents of Mr. Haynes. They will be among th c out-of- town gnrstfi who will attend the Chrislmas dance at the country club. They plan to return Tuesday. Don Smith jr., who is studying at the St. Louis University school of dentistry; hns arrived home for the holidays. Hoot, Mon -, Midway Notes Mrs.'E. M. McDonald nnd her niece. Miss Neva Williams arc visiting relatives and friends at Hickumn, Ky., tills week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nolnn nnd family of Myrtle. Miss., huve moved here. Jnck Hill KtKi sons Leonnrcl tmct Clarence visited in Blythcville Saturday. Misses Eloisc and Mauelte Walker and Mrs. W. H. Dyess visited Mrs. Jack Hill Monday. Miss Lorcnc McCain visited ii Biythcvillc Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Lloyd o, New Liberty visiled friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Scxlou have .moved here from McFcrrin. AFTER XMAS CLEARANCE SALE Commences Friday, December 22nd OFF Sport Coats Fur Trimmed Coats Wool Sport Dresses Swagger Suits Angora 2-Piece Suits Sweaters The NEW YORK STORE Misses Irene and Edna Hagge imnn of St. Louis art here spend ing the Christmas holidays here with Uielr parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Higgemann. Mrs. Joe Kolin is spending a lew ilnys in St. Louis this week. Mrs, K. Witt and son Bob of Oklahoma City, Okla., returned home Monday after spending a few days here visiting Miss Louise Witt, the former's daughter. They also attended the funeral of Mrs. Witt's sister's husband, Dolpli Gatnes of Caruthersvllie. Beauty speaks with a rich Scotch burr when Dorothy I.ce, riclita srrcen player, ducks lior pretty cliiu into hev highland sc;u[ to dodge Hollywood's chilly zephyrs; Who bcsiile n zephyr could b$ chilly to Dorolhyf ' •;', There are about 30,000 factories i Greater London, and the num cr is Increasing every year. ireachlng service. The pageant, The Cinistmas Star," directed by Miss Margaret Moffltt assisted by Miss Maibelle Cooke, will portray Ihe Christmas scenes of the New Testament, In song and Eton', and also give a glimpse Into the mission fields, at home and abroad, showing how the beginnings of Christianity have grown into a world wide influence. There are about *o people In the cast, chosen from every department of the church. Christmas carols will be ail important part of the program. This service will help to carry out the Ideal "Christmas for Christ." All who attend are asked to bring some kind of gift, either food, clothing, or toys for the needy people. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1933 Revival Continuing at Church of God Here The revival conducted by the Rev. B. K. Bierer, at the Church of'God building, 110 W. Cherry St., Is still in progress, He is being assisted by the Rev. 1 Eural Pyron, a 14-year-old boy preacher of near Clarendon Ark The ppblic is invited to attend A the special services tonight Friday at 7:30 p. in, and Read Courier News want Ads. UEMOltr.HOinS (I'iles) cur. eil without Hie knife. Vari- cnseil vdt removed n o n surgically. DHS. NIKS and NIKS Office 5U Main Phone »3 The League of Nations published America's NRA code In French, English and German. Mrs. Anna Bunn Heads Osceola Eastern Star OSCEOLA, Ark. — Mrs. Anna Dunn was elected worthy matron of the Osceola Order of Eastern Sta at the annual election Tuesday evening, to succeed Mrs. Mona Moore. Other officers elected were B. R Moore, worthy patron; Mrs L Ann Bailee, associate matron; J T Fowler, "associate patron; Mrs. Grace O. Moore, secretary; Mrs. Edith Abrey. treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Rains, conductress and Mrs Geneva Fovler, associate conductress. The officers will be installed on St. John's eve, Dec. 27, at Joint ceremonies with the Masonic .lodge. Luxora Baptists Will Have Christmas Program LUXORA, Ark. - A Christmas program will be carried out at Luxora Baptist church Sunday-fit 7 p. m. in place of the regular STOPPED-UP .NOSTRILS, noslrlh and ; permit trtf bmlhlirf I MENTHOLATUM Rite Price Grocery & Market 100 IVcsl Main Si. Phone 234 Blytheville, Arts. T. H. Van. Blhtur, owner and Operator Peaches, Del Monte. No. 2V 2 Cans 17%c Cocoanut, I^ulk. Pound 25c Mixed Nuts, New Crop. 2 Lbs. 35c Cherries, Red Pitted. 2 Cans 25c Pumpkin, Fancy. 2y 2 Size Can lOc Oranges, Fla. Morejutce. N're. Doz. 15c Assorted Christmas Candy, Lb. 15c Lettuce, Firm Heads. Each 7c Celery, Crisp Stalks. Each lOc Cocou, Our iMother's. 2-Lb. Box 25c Matches, Strike Anywhere. 3 Boxes lOc Post Toasties - Corn Flakes, 2 Boxes 15c Shortening, fine for baking. 8-lb ctn (iOc Coffee, Pure Kio. Lb. 15c; 7 Lbs. $1 IJaisins, 2-Lb. Package 19c Flour, Swansdown. the best. 24 Ibs ?1.25 Cream iMeal, 24 Lbs. 39c Pure Lard, 4 Lbs. 35c; 8 Lbs. 65c Ducks, Fresh Dressed. Lb. 17c Hams, Swift's Premium. Lb. loc' We Sell Craig's Grade "A" Milk ~ Square Deal Flour, PL or S. K. 24 Ibs 85c Wilson's Best Flour, 5-Lb. Sack 32c A full line of Fresh Mev.ts at the Best Prices We Deliver To Your Homes or Wagons Don't Forget Only 2 mire days in which to get br.iiitjr work before Christmas. PHONE 106 FOR AN APPOINTMENT Margaret Docti Beauty Shoppe Ingram Bldg. Parktiursts "We Sett Everything" Leather Bags Beaded Bags Costume Jewelry Manicure Sets Tojlel Sets Musical Instruments Coty's Gift Sets Bud Vases Candlesticks Pictures Book Ends Dolls ;ind Toys Children's Books Bibles Testaiuetts Diaries Wine and Liquor Sets . Flashlights Smokiriff Stands Adult's Books Toaslere Percolators Electric Irons Fitted Bags Glastonbi<ry Silverware (Lifetime Guarantee) Also Chromium 1'latc Silver 1-40FF T!ie New Alwaiei- Keni Term Price - - - §175.01) We also sell Majestic Radios I I I A Complete Line of tlie .Famous Fostoria Glassware nnd Imported Dinnenvaie . is Gruiiuw Kleclrica! •ind Rcl't iterators Parkhurst Co, •105 - 10!) E. Main for their Christmas The New FORD V-8 for 1934 America's Most Beautiful Car Greater power al still lower.cost through new Dual raj-burelion Increased motoring comfort because of simplified Clwii'-Visioi) Ventilation . . . Easier riding through more flexible springs, deeper seat cushions and softer cushion springs . . . Distinctive new appearance And many other features. PUT IT TO THE TEST Hide in this now Ford V-8 f/r 1034 and find out—personally—what it can do. It is one sure way lo (ind out which car gives you the most for your money. As a Christmas QJt the New Ford V-8 wilt afford Your Family More Pleasure than any other Gift PHONE 811 FOR DEMONSTRATION Phillips Motor Co. Authorized Ford I Opposite Hospital

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