The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 31, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 31, 1936
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THURSDAY.- DECEMBER '31, • 1936 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Social , Calendar: .FRIDAY'3 EVENTS Executive board, W. M.'U., First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs, Leslie Moore and Mrs. o. G. Hires, : 2:30' p.m., at Moore home. Misses Helen Tindal and Mary Emiice Layson having dance at the Woman's club. Mildred and Doris Mulr having dancing party at hut. Ladies Bible class. First Methodist church, meeting with Mrs. O. N, Hawkins, 1:30 p.m. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting with: Nancy Hughes, 3:30 P. M. Many Out Of Town Guests At Dance. ' • The country club was crowded last night vvilh members of the . younger sets from southeast Missouri, northeast Arkansas, Memphis and other-cities when Miss Betty Lee McCutchen entertained 250 guests . in honor '. of : her school mates. Miss Polly Chambers, of Memphis, and Miss Otga Matthews, of Sikeston. /They've' students at Rollins college, Win- teV .Park, Fla. . The .ball room, sun room, mezzanine floors' and bar were decorated in Christmas streamers, holly wreaths and Yuletlde flowers which were -on the mantel of the large open fire. Miss McCutchen was assisted by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. 'McCutchen. She received with Byron DeLlsle of Por- tagcyllle,' Mo., her houseguest, and James Guard. Miss Chambers received with John Caudill, and Miss Matthews with Jack Finley Robinson. Music was furnished for dancing by the Blue Rhythm Boys, a ten piece orchestra from Cape Girardeau. The out of town guests included:' Henry Burcli, Hubert Bcnton, Raymond Cain, Roy Harper, Joe B. Henley, Wyatt Smith, Gilbert • Bishop, Mack Milner, Byron Tinsley, Earl Tinsley, Tom Tipton, William • Dyer Byrd, Brldgewood Thompson, Miss Gracile Moore, Hfiss Hazel McAdams and Miss Juanita Smith of Caruthersville; B. LaFont, :Falierty Pinkley, Tom Lee jr., Joe DeTJsIe, Ed Secoy, Jesr so Keith, Eel Turner and Morris Thompson, of Portageville; Howard Mayes, Miss Agnes Grady, Gil- tert Martin, Charles Amos Morgan, Frank Foster and Rodney Brasher of Hayti; W.: Denton, Ger- std Hudson and Wade., Hollings. beck of \ Steele; Raymond '.pates ,iWd K S.;.(Green, Qf,,,Kennett;"Bill Shelby .and .Miss. Margarct"Ph'ii- lips, of ,New Madrid; Robert Ward, Dan Hope, Jiminie Metton and Bob Young, of Cape Girardeau; Kendall Sikes, Miss Catherine Mitchell, Bob McCurry and P. D. Malone of Sikeston; .Harry Metlock, Jettie Driver, Jap White, Undsny Driver, Miss Julia Craig, Nelson Segraves, Miss Virginia Smith and sister, Charles Blackwood, Ray Wood, Charles Coleman, Hampton Gordon, Miss Pearl Cartwright, Joe Rhodes, jr., Misses Martha May and Jeanette, Montague and Clementine Bowen, Jiminie Creed and Thurman Morrison, of Osceola; Mr. and Mrs. Louis George, of Luxora; Billy Nicholson, of Driver; Harry and Euclid Green, of Paragould; John Slaytori, of Joiner; Tom Hudson jr.,. Paul Faulkner and Miss Lillian .Moore, of Wilson; Hubert and Joe Ha.nga, B.' B. Goodman, George Martin, Harry Mitchell and Dave Chambers, of Memphis; Miss B^lty Baum, of Chicago, houseguest of 'Miss Nancy Kirshner; Miss Cherry Winburn, or.Arka- delphia, who is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Kirby; Miss Janice Chase, of Santa Barbara, Calif., guest of Miss Patty Shane; Miss Jane Hcndricks, or Little Hock, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thad NICol; and Miss Mary Josephine Crafton, of Conway, guest of Mr. and Mrs, Rupert Crafton. ~ * » * Miss Dalma Graveltc Weds Clinton C. Frazicr. Announcement has been made of the marriage. of. Miss Dalma Gravelte, formerly of Blythc- villc and now of Little Rock, to Clinton c. Frazier jr., who lived here before he went to Texas a. number of years ago. The wedding was solemnized December 19 : at Hot. Springs. = The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. W. D. Gravctte of Little Rock, and the late Judge Gravettn of this city, received her later education at the University of Arkansas, FayettcvIHe and the University of Alabama PROMPT BATTERY SERVICE Call us when you have trouble, we feature quick service. We still have plenty of PRESTONB anti-frecze. Russell K. Mart Pure . Oil Scrvlco Station Fhono 304 • Tuscaloosa. .She r»s reared here but moved to Little Rock : flvo 'ears ago. •".' \ Mr. Frazier, who is the son of Mr, and Mrs. C. 0. fr«ier, is a graduate of the Unl»«rslty of Texas, Austin. He lived h«w«-for a number of years when he was connected with the First Na- ional bank. His family later novcd to Houston, Texas, where he bridegroom Is now employed " nn accountant. .'.*•*' Ilss N«l| Boston W«Js Guy AililL Aiuiounccment has been mndc f the marriage of Miss Nell Boson, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs 1. p.. Boston of Tyler, Mo., >and ho Is a frequent visitor here, nd Guy Azbill, son . of Mr. and f rs. J, I. Aiuill, also pfsTyler 'he r Rev. D; k. Foster, pastor of he. First Baptist .church of Car- uthersvllle,' p>rformed the ceremony at his home Christmas "lornlng. Their • attendants were Miss lazcl MpAdams, of Steele, and Nathan Hale, of Tyler. Th e bride, who attended high >chool in f Blythcvllle, received; her ator education at Southeast Misouri Teaclicrs college, Cape Oir- rdeau. She Is a member of the >chool faculty at Tyler. Mr. -and Mrs. 'Azblll will make icir home at Warden; Mo.,'wliero iie bridegroom is engaged la nning. - : '':',- . .* • t rist-Garriglian Veddinj Annonnccrt. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crist, of onesboro, have announced the •larriage 'of their. daughter,: Merle, ) M. K. Garrighan, of New Or- eans. . The wedding took place hrisLmas day. at Marion. The bride iron;:i'b'rown woolen iilored ,sult with;a short coat, 1th . touches- of ; white in the nscmble. • '_, , j.:. :Her.-only .attendant -was Mrs . P. Mulllns, ; .ori'Memphis, who ore a black'flat'crepe dress with ccessories in the same color ^^r. Mullins was Mr. Garrighan's est man, The bride : attended school - in onesboro .;nnd has been - dperat- ng the Modern Beauty shop here or the, past two and a half nonms. ' ' : ' Mr. Garrighan was: reared In t PCO V'S xas ' and 1 s a-eradu- te or,the University or. Minhe- ta where he became a mem- er of =the Lambda Chi Alpha rntly -- ? e is now Connected j the .standard • coffee cbm- i of New Orleans, in an of- cial capacity, -Iw'jQi headqusV- crs J in 'Memphis. 1 •"':-" ^ - ' v*t r '-'«h", d - ^ fcB - Garri Bhan will laite weir home at-900 W. Main' . '».».» las Club. The early spring motif w as used y Mrs. w. j. Pollard hen sh|i nlcrtamed .the Wednesday. Bridge ub tills week: Gla'dioli, in a cry- tal bowl, ,w-as the centerpiece of ne dining; room table which had lace-cards of flower design. Bowls r snapdragons and carnations, also n sink and while, were used in the ving room.; : " In^the bridge games which fol- owed lunch.-the guest, Miss Ruth Butt, won high, and Mrs. H«rry £irby, second high.. . : . TOO LATE'TO CLASSIFY . ; IOST air smooth mouthed ', Grey Mules -weight 1,000 Ibs. C. W. Watts' 3sceo!a, Route 3, Box 100 LIBERAL REWARD. 3i p M 'FOR' SALK 936 CHEVROLET Town Sedan, radio and Cheater. Low mileage xcellent' condition. Call 144. 31p k4 Special 1 Week Only Beginning aion., Jan. 4 HOT OII/.TREATMENTj •SHAMPOO and SET SHAMPOO, SET, MAN-' iCliRE and ARCH ; :$LOO Watch Our. Ad For Beauty Specials . Next Week- Modern Beauty Shop Glcncoe Bldg. • Phone 249 Bits of News Mostly Personal J. T. Alford, who was taken-to n Memphis hospital by his dau ghtcr, Mrs. S. E. Webb, for examination, will bo brought home tomorrow. Mrs. Webb will ac- iCompany htm. Mr. ana Mrs, 6. A. CunhLng- iam returned homo yesterday nf- terncon from Trenton, Tenn., ,-hero they visited Mrs. Cunningham's mother. .Mrs. J. I. c'ren- Tuesday for luncli, Mid :hat night were guests of Miss Wiiini« Vireil Turner at Ne»t*rn, Tenn.. for a bridge dinner. Mr and Mrs. Russell Mair have :turned from Sedalla, Mo., whore tliey spent 'christhias with Mr. Marr's parents, and St. lisuls. Jim Mahan, of Memphis, Is the guest of his uncle, w. M 'Sciuggs Miss Mary Emma Hood went, to Memphis today to visit relatives. While there she will play at the wedding of a cousin. Blll> Meek son of Mr and Mrs. larold Meek, underwent a tonsilec- omy today at the Blytheville'hoi- pltal , Baby Melba £ay: Churchweil, of Marie, Is a patient at'St Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Coleman Stevens jr , vho is Ul rom pneumonia at thi; Memphis 3aptlst hospital, B no* improving lis father has returned home but "iis mother Is yet with him' Miss Veto Mae Murff, oj Oeceola, s a patient, at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs W C Leggett and daugh- er, Bllllc, and Mrs. Theodore Loan, attended,the ;funeral of; P. E. Downing at Caruthersville jester- day Mr Downing, w ho lot-merly resided here, was the father of anies and Raymond Downing Mrs p petrdsky J)as gone to St fluls for a two weeks stay 1 wlth rel- tives - , 4 , ( s Jim Harwell<has returned from Decatur, Ala, wWre he spent Christmas with relatives, Mrs larwell and son remained for a onger stay. ' _ ' Mrs j. K. Gardner, of Osceola. las been admitted to the Memphis Methodist hospital' ' Miss Dons Nichols lias returned o Keiscr after a visit with her sis'- ers, Miss Jamie Nichols, and Mrs' Harry Wcldman and farnlls Dr c E Wilson is able to be ut after several days illness Mr and Mrs Fred Pleeman re- urned last night from s motor trip o New Orleans, following their marriage December 22 ' They Hill eside at the Hotel N6ble ' Mrs. W T Nathcrly, of Hajtl s a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital Mr. and Mrs William M Robnson, of cape Girardeau, will ar- me today to spend several days with .Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs A. M Butt, and family Mrs Eugene Bradley left yester- oay for a visit with relatives in Springfield, Mo. Mr Bradley moored her to Jonesboro Mrs. w J Wunderlich left jcs t«rday for her home In'Springfield. Mo., after spending ton 'days with her soil, w. J, Jr., and family. Mi-, and Mrs. Wunderlich accompanied her to JoiiMboro: ' ' Mr. and Mrs ; i-xrmer' England arrived home l»sl night following a;brtef motor trip after their mar- rtajc Monday ofternobn at the First Baptist church of Arkadel- phta. They are at homo with Mr. England's parents, Air. and Mrs. E. L. Jones. • ' ' - : Robert Oowcn, of Caruthersvllle, is a patient at the Memphis MUh- odlst hospital. Mr.. and Mrs, Baker .Wilson and children have relurnetl from Soin- mcrvllle, Tenn , where they spent Christmas with Mr. Wilson's rela- live's. Mrs. Wyatt Henley lias returned from a visit, in Springfield, Ho . v,hqre she. »as guest of her brothel, J M. Wilton, and family. Mrs. T. L. Winters, of Memphis, is the guest of her nunt, Mrs o Hi Orcar, and Mr. Gresr. Mr anil Mrs Harry W Halnes and sjn, Harry jr, returned yesterday from orand Island Friend Uncoln and Hastings, Neb. where they spent Christmas They were accompanied home by Mr Hntncs' mother, Mrs Minnie E Hatnes, of Grand Island. ' ' Mrs H B Campbell and chll- dien, Bc\ty Alia'and Bobby, siient Christmas in Utfle Rock with relatives Befor* returning home Tueesday they also visited In De- Witf, Hot Springs, Arkadclphla and Malycrn ' Judge G E Keck will go to Osceola Monday to preside at the civil term of • chancery court Mrs Marshall Yowell of Joiner and her niece, Miss Jane Edrlng- ton of Memphis, visited Mrs John Foster Wednesday. Miss Minnie Poster, who has been teaching at Cabot, Ark, is home foi' a few dajs' visit. .Dorothy Jean Foster is visiting Mrs Marshal Yowell at Joiner Eddie' B David is in Little Rock today on business .Osceola Society — Pe'rsonaH .— SUr Installation. . -Ive Masons-and members ot the Ens tern'Star chapters from this section of $rie state participated' in tl)e>annual ]oint r ln- stallation of Osceola lodge No 137 and chapter rfo* 425, held in>th« Progressive club . rooms Monday night ' - - - I Mrs. Etta c Lynn <k Hazen, grand secretary of the state, was the Installing officer for the Eastern Star ceremonies, Past matron and past patron pins were presented to Mrs George Raines and E Mrs Virginia Le e Wilken of Hazen acted as marshal for the evening, Mrs Frances Bogan of Luxora, associate grand matron of^Ar- iansos, served as chaplain and Mrs Florence Mastln'as grand organist lalks ^ere made by Mrs Raines, E. R. Held, Mrs. Geneva Fowler, Incoming worthy matron, Mrs. l*nn and Mrs. Wllkon. Mrs. Betty Je»n Sparks of' Hazcii, grand treasurer of Arkansas, was also n guest. Gifts from the local crmplor to •11 grand off leers w«re presetted by little Glcnda Mario Msxwell. : Dr. E. R, Bogan of Luxova, deputy grand master for tho grand lodge'was Installing officer for the lodge, of which W. D. K«Hy Is the newly elected worshipful nuuUir, During the social liour Instrumental nnd vocal.imislc was rendered by R. N. Wnrc, Gene Oh lies, Mrs. W. D. Kelly, and Mrs. J. M. Majors ami Mrs. D. O. wllklns of Lnxorn, * • • Militur)- Students Honored. Osceola boys who are students at Columbia Military Academy nnd Gulf Coast Military Academy, Including William Bard EdrhiBton nnd his classmate, Jose Hernandez of Puerto Rico, Monroe and Eugene MaxwpU,- nnd Joe Shlpixm, were complimented last night by their parents, Mrs. John w. Ed- rlDBlon, Mrs. Ed Shlppen nnd Mrs. Leo Maxwell with n dance In the Progressive club rooms. Willie Bloom's five-piece orclies- frn furnished the music; Among the out-of-town guesls were Ruth blww of Wilson and Mnrllm Kate Bryant of Luxora * * * Mrs. w 3. Flannlgnn and grandson, Ben Flunnigan, will return Uils afternoon from McCleans- boro, ill, where they spent the Christmas season with Mrs Flan- nlgan'b daughter, Mri. Vul Campbell Mrs Campbell and son, Jns Wallace, will accompany them nnd remain over for Now Year's Day with her mother nnd ststci, Mrs. John W, Edrington. Murrell Nclms of Oakland, Tenn, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Miller Uie llrst.of the week. Mrs Uta c Lynn, Mrs Virginia Lee Wllkcn and Mrs Betty Jean Sparks, nil of Hnzon, weie gueils of Mr. nnd Mrs J T rosUci Monday, nnd of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Bognn at Luxora Monday night Mrs Sparks. Is a sister ot Mr Fowler. | John Boyd Mitchell will rctuui home today after \lslting formci classmates In Magnolia and El Dorado the |>ast'weck. Mbs'Mftrj Ellis Miller ^^ —turned to her work in Kotm«tfc Mo , after a week with her family here J. F. Relnmlllcr, who will begin his work tomoirow as chief deputy sheriff, moved to Osceola w lth i,h family IhiJ week They are at home in tho Charles Hale home on Elizabeth street. Mrs. Htrry Miller Jr, and two children left Tuesday for a two weeks visit wilh her parents Mr and Mrs D. H Nelms in Oakland Tenn Mrs William Grlgsby nnd daugli- wr Billy Ann, of Brookhavcn, Miss, arc here for a 'weeks visit with Mr Grigsby's mother, Mrs William Stewart Mr Grlgsby's territory as district salesman for the Tufnul Mfg Co ulll include West Tennessee, northern Alabama and Mississippi, wltlh headquarters In Memphis where h c will nio\c January i Mr nnd Mrs Joe Lind^y of Poplar Bluff, Mo , and Russellvllle, Ark , are here for a visit with the latter & sister, Mrs. Clarence Grigsby Mr and Mrs Unrisey were married Deo 18 and are returning from a honeymoon In New Orleans, and Gulfport Miss. ™-« ', B K Helcu Wclshhier ' QH, (jrsnt vs vision, Cod, (hit yc.r to carry .X Our banners up the timeless Mils to D->ac<u' Tn ffii? l ' lc ,,f »'" wllhom cry or fcaV" m . , To know seedtime nnd harvest will not nerlih \ QIVE uithts j car frontiers dial nro uncortmiew'd " Oh is uVi°n!!3 cl ' M cd J n 1lic m " n »'< breast: F i«v? iJif.i'.W °3? ln ' d « r G °>l. <"' Slnal, Mildred Popham and Carl Baskins Mai tied CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.— Tho wedding of Miss Mlldied Popham of Haytl and Gail Buskins ot this city wns solemnized Sunday morning Dec 21, In tho study of the Rev. T L Bess, Methodist minister at Hnytl, who said the single ring ceremony Only members of (he two families were present Tho bride wns gowned In giey, tilmmed In blue, with white accessories Her shouldei corsage was of pink talisman roses and' valley llllics She was attended! by Miss Vliglnla Sanders, who! wore a black ami white (Ucss ! ft llh matching accessories Her coisage wns of pink carnations The groom was attended by Rodney Grssher of Haytl The bildc, daughlci of Mi. and Pnnna, Is a graduate of'Pi high school and later a«*ndin« school ' of pharmacy < in , Kansa* Oily,, Ho Is now the proprletorof n drug store >her*, / ~\}\ Following , the * ceremony, Mr." and,Mrs, Baskins 'left tor" 8tf< Loiils on a shprt hojieymoon trip*:' On their return,' they will be at home to their.friends here. 1 Awembly of God Will , | Hold Service Tonight There will be a watch nlglilfv service at tho First Assembly of! Clod church, 7lh nnd Ash sts. to'-<, night, beginning at 8 p, n>. Many} out of [pwn visitors aro expected- and the pastor of tho Assembly- of Ood Church at Kennett will! to dig the main message. The 1 Lord's Supper will be observed att 12 o'clock and all members of the* church are urged w be present J The public is Invited to attcndti Southeast. Mlsyjvul stnlu* Tcnclicis College nl Cape Qlmrrtcuu. Sho' lias been employed RS conimci-j clal tcnchor in, the" Haytl hluh school. Mr. Buskins, soil of ft. W. Baskins nnd the lato.Mrs. Bnsklns'of. F/t££/\o sjjlfcrors of STOMACH ULCERS *S HYPERACIDITY . Willards Moisaq'r of Relict Monkeys (search tlvrough icr lialr, not for fleas, but'for a ulti oxiidet. from their pores ! Specials AH Way Friday, Saturday & Sunday AMlfflOSIA -|||C LAYER CAKE .. I* KAISIN CINNAMON -iC ROLI,S. Each . . . j - I JELLY ROLL «C I'«r Cut ........ '0 FRUIT HAR COOKIES. Itoz. .1 Specials for Uuiere'g ' Hour - 5 to -6 P. M: FrldaX-SaturdayrSunday SMALL PECAN PIES. Each ...... ORANGE C1NNA- WON STICKS. Ea. COCONUT MAC- ARGONS. Doz. . . 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