The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 20, 1934
Page 5
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_y_HVR$DAY, DflCEMBEh SQ, 1'lnn.s Annouuced for C'ouHtr) C|ub Affair, |»«.U>, ttcjH\<),Nemphl* this lllng for loved .whom they musl t On next Tuesday termed a "Calico Tea lHo"'romili>s !"""•"'""• <tlu as SUCSts I\MJ tuupiia, .Louis povlertlcM, slstcv pt Mr. M,«- .PW,-T«|Ui-- The ctreuWny wilt late 15 • . Haucy, J place at the Bastwooil MemoriH) '""hi fl Wy Fra »ces and Marvin NUHrr church ln Caruth'crsville V/edncs- • ".'»en j,.^ children of Mr. aijd Mrs, M?f- I( " y lllo >'ni«B, De,ceniber 20, before a A Kmm- ;;.((! Nnnh. nrn nuttV JU fwsm (n_ MllSll eatllGrjfltr fir frfmirfc .]„,( ,.j%lj , s . . the ,ho(Jdaj6 Miss pfftha ^wls. r * Mr and Mrs Jack ind Dtlno Ho|t, of 0*»ola, si*nt the Ke«k eiul vklUiig Mr, and Mrs P, C. Hplt. Mr, and Mrs in Wright, fonnefly of Deerlug," hR»<e inovrd nto the H D Long npplc elder, candles, nuts nnd can- apes. Novelty numbers of tlio' orchestra will include "Hill Billy" music. Emmet t Sells ami his eight piece orchesln of Memphis, win play for (lie Now Year dance which w|ll bc-Klii al 9;so o'clock, Details of tills affair will be made jmljilc [nice. Cluli Meets. • Mi's. James If. Bell entertained members ol the Wednesday Bridge club and Mmes. Hunter c SlmS, Jim Harwell and Elton W. Klrby this week She sencd a t\\o course menu at the dining table decorated in the holiday season motif, '.wllh a miniature Cluislmas tree on a reflector foi the centerpiece Tile prize, goblets, went to Mrs. Clarence -Vollmer • « * C'lujj Entertained. The Young Matrons Bridge club met Wedncbdaj of this week iihen Mrs. Llo5d Stkkmon was hostess lor a Chriiimas partj Mis W D McOIurktii-wfci &.guest: I» tlie caid games Mrs Jo- Trieschman non Hie prve hosieij Ambrosia, jam cake and nufe were served. » * * To llchcarse for G'anUla. The tlioii of the jn-,1 B.ipti^t cliiirch. will have its final rehearsal Pi'idaj cunmg foi the cantatii, "Chimes of the Holy Night'," to be presented Sunday evening, 8 o'clock' msiead of the usual church service. Mrs Paul L Tiplon is diiccl'i of the choir of 30 voices. In Uie caii- (aia will be boloi by R o Hunt, Hcrbeit Browning T H Haynes '[Mra. J r Frienii Mrs Russell ran- and Mrs H^ITJ Fiitzius and a duet bj Alvin uid Frank HufTmaii Mrs. Munpj Smarl is organist Bits oj Neiis Mostly Persona' Elm days, w Giacc Maiws yft Wcdpcs- . foi p^ark Mo, to spend l*o weeks vacation. Dr and Mib Huntci C 81(115 . .:;Mrs Heno Humphrey Mis Christine pums and Mto Pauline I.oc ••pent Tuesd ly in Memphis B. c. West plans to go to Roc): Sundiy to S]>cnd Christmns ivith rehti\cs '.' Mrs M A Isaacs and diu»ntci, Ocoigc M. Hunt has gone to' ,T tle brldc will be slven In initr- Im Springs, Ark., for the Hoii-tf^by her father, Mr. W. O. At'.••-••• oxander. Slie will have as her maid of iwnor Miss uiilan Bomar, of §tecle, and the bildesmalds will '•" Misses Lillian Nlckerw, of c ( cr«y|]le, Edna HuMi Kivls o| Mawow, Laorangc and , Tenn, where they will vlilt Wilt Thuisdas Mrs, Doyle; Henderson k . ill al her home on-West Ash 8t Miss Fmnces Miller U> t>f liei Vacallon hi Columbia, >,» Mis Selma Lentz Morrison has gone to Chicago to Join Mr. Mor- iison foi two weeks holiday Miss Annie Maude l^cCorvey left Wednesday for Conway Ark, !or Hie holidays Mr and Mis Rcnkcrt Wctcn» xamp haie iclurned fiom Charleston, Mo where they spent the holidays, _ and arc now w 1th Mr., WelenkamR s 4 pare'^ls, Mr and Mrs E M Terry > Mlssci Mildred Moore, Mars Al- tec Tajlor and Maltha Lee Hall will an he home tomorrow from Southeast : Missouri -Teachers' college at Cape Gtrardeau, M,o, spend ten days \dCfiUon Joe Ell ins, who is connected with the Chicago Mill and Lumber company at rallulah, La, will spend tlic Cluistnm vacatton iiUh his Byron Morse armed home today fiom FajetteMllc where he attends Ihc slate university, to spend the holidays Mr and Mrs John Gunter and son John jr of Houston Texas, Iwo arrivtd to spend the holidays willi Mrs Gunlcrs mother, Mrs Joe tlkins and family Max Usrej jr aill arrive Sa^ur- day from TuUne Unncrslty at New Orleans to spend Christmas He v,U\ oe accompanied hj Tom Crouch of Tucson Ariz i v ho will be his guest Mrs usrey and daughter, Mary Spain, will meet them in Memphis Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs A O Wilson, citj Eugene Hedge Caruthers- Nllle Dr eleven-;, Steele, Mrs W VV Jeffries, Steele Thomas Elkins, Carulhcrsville Dismissed J J Weldon Holland, Albeit Malhenh Steele, Mrs E J Bak"r ( Lu\ora and Woodfln ieruio Brooks of as his best ^""•••"l Wt«« f Muifreesboro The er * ae Fred AlexaJider, brollier of the wide William H Biandon of cai- er^^llle. Ga, and John Colenian, of,~ Murfreesboro. Mr and Mrs Woodfln ^m ]ea\e Uiimediately after the cerciiioiv for a motor trip through Ihr ioutliern states aixl ulll return to Murfrecs- boro to make thi>!r home The bhde is the onl\ daughter of Mr and Mrs W O Alexander She was graduated, from the Steelc high *cnool In 1829 and later attended college at CaruUiersville and Murfreesboro She will receUc her AB degree from Woman s college m the early spring In both college and high school Miss Alexandci was a Icadci In dramatic activities At Murfreesboro she »as leader of the Craddock club Mr Woodfln us a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxvllle, and a member of Sigma Alplia fra- tcrnllj He Is non principal of Klt- frell high school at Murfreesboro Braggadocio News The boj|, and ghls basketball teams divided a, double header with Holland teams Frida> nlgjit The Braggadocio sir's won, 27 to 19, while \Yif bojs lost, 19 to 15 Mis Bfftle Dye wlio has been ill as the result of a fall, Is im- prpylng. Miss Jewell Lev, Is left Wednes- das lor Dyersburg, Tenn, where she will spend the phristmas holidays \ 3(tln,g Mr and 'Mrs Burrell Jemigan Tom I«wis left Wednesday foi Indian Mounds Tenn, where he Midway Miss Clarice D«nw!L *tid bro- llier, James, of HlcHmkn. Ky., nre spending a Jew weeks with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee arc •Islllng relatives at LuHlc nock this veck , Mr, and Mr.s. WlUte Howard, of Luxora, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H Stanford Bundaj Harry Stanford, Mr. aiid Mrs. John Barch, and Mr Austin ,il tended lo business In Luxora Fil Mr Hauls is serkmsl> HI of pneumonia. C B Watson of Blylhcwllc wns a buuiess visltro Iicre Mondaj MiM Em)lc'e JlBHiiali bocamo tho Ide of Mr! Pai|l l^elclHim In » reiuony JXJTformed Sunday al Bly- levllle-by : Justlco of Peace osoar leicander. The >«ung couple was t«4)d«l by Mr, and'Mri. Leo Ed- fU'd Pfeffer of Ulls city. The bride ore & brown sport suit with tin ccessorles, i The brWe Is Ihc ultvacUvo dftueh- r of Mi-, nnrt Mrs, W. H. Hannah, 'I'mcr rcslilehls of Slcelo who now vc at Deeflnit. Mi-. ICctchuui Is the Hi of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ketchum this vicinity, isolh uttended Icelc high school and arc active orkers .In' Ihc Mc-thodlsl cluuch Tlicy will mnko their home on ft arm near Sleelc. Mr. nnd Mr*. !tarry CurlcUni llll- nrd Jr, or 'l\ilsa Okla,, who arc UMts of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ". C. Milliard, will leave next week ir a visit at Nashville, Tenn., be- ire returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Vender line i their guests this week lliclr son, oward, who attends the University f Missouri, and 0:1^ of his cluss- others In treating children's colrto, don't 'take • J|f»|/C chances. .uso' If l^»l%9 ' VAPORUS PROVED BY 2 GfNERATIONS I Hi\\{ to Late Shoppers j| She'll Adore i |Wlr or <l K)N ° r lnMulirully sheer and Archer or fjo^eproof Hose ifi dainty gif$ boxes 89c $1.65 DANIEL OQTWt:A|E 'if. Cordijros or Kidikjn in hard leather or* soft padded ' IfolCpl'Ool J^OhC ' For Men - AUratlnc pallfrnjj ; 35c50c-75c \ r r !< ''i f -f;"'i'i;\'j'' i Good Shoes aiuKHosierv, ( f GIFT SUGGESTIONS Silk aiid Wool Kobcs, Ncgliffees, "Crepe Hii'l Satin, Gowns, Slip^ Pajama's, Dance £>cts, Lounging P a j a m a k, Handkei chiefs, Scaifs, Purses a n d ' Evening Bags, Silk, 'Fdbnc and Kid Gloves, Novcltiea in Silvcr\\aic and Chun WJ)at-Nctb, Ring 1 e o .s Hoslerj Tlie New Economy Shop' Ingi am Phone 951 Only More Days lo Shop mules, J. M, pmmmond o! Stutt' " ~~ '*•" to Gifls FOJ- Uc- licmcmbcr Cu^U. Praclical Gift ' ' Gicntlj RcduVcd nuU ,i ;>ric&> Vam-lt line Her Hingless SI $1.25 One Her A gift she will long appreciate Shipment of ndiancs spring numbers Jusl arrived On spciilal during llils Chrlitmns bale, \t Oilier numbers in G're|,c miU Light. Woplena In S|X)il, Town Froclu, ami olhcro REDUCED ONE-THIRD VITALITY ' HEALTH S i>|«kc A r f " BJack, 3 lo 10, Sale Price , clical Gift a|id ^, ^ avy, u>,c Xmas Othtr Sl l!r,mdb ''fl Mutch ct *"*-•* fejiop Bldg. p]ione UG4 /^flf PAGE FIVE John Ptfks Jr. -A»S IWnky, T«<»». ^tui«y by ^ M- rl««w l!]n««5 of her aunt, MI? ^y. H, Br«w*r, w)io Is now Iroprovitiit. Mbs Oi»i Rajls «l|i arrive Ptf- A T. , , school, for a ,.. , p«r*itts Mr and Mrs Ewls John I'Hiks Jr. h spending tlio Intter iwrt of this week In'De- troit, Mlclt, where ho wns seiit lo represent the Shade Molor company of Oanithwsvlllo nnrt l*on- ard Chevrolet co»i|JBiiy of Sloelc. He will view (ho now Chevrolet, ca,rs and trucks. 'Mr. and Mrs. Q. o. Wilson nnd clilldicn, Altn Bird, E\MK, Jim nnd Mrs. Wllllo D. Wallace, spent Sunday, in Horiibcak, Tcnn,, as Biicsts o! Mrs. Auric 9001111111 nnd fiimll.v. Miss Mildred Harris of Cooler, who Is making her home with an imcle at Cardwetl, wns Injured In a car accident Sunday and was taken to hospital at Kenned.' ICer condition Is not. critical, .Wyalt Wiillsco of Cliutadiile, Miss., Is visiting his sister In Cooler this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnltcr Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Earls, nnd Mr. and MIS. Waller Mlclile 'attended the wrestling malch In Memphis Mondaj night ami 8 . ,,_.. Hie Home Deiuoiisliatton O(ub o( 40 anil 8 (net'at Uio school >csterdny afternoon In Miss Marguerite Peter's room with Mrs R Ii Adkinson ps (Aiding The club engaged In telling of Clnlstnias Customs In Other Lands flftir which Ihc business session • was conducted, The 40 arid 8 Homo Demonstration club planned somo extensive doinoiislvaUons In Mat- Making, mid also In meKlhst diiy beds. These will be held In the community kitchcii. Cnmiiiig Is not In process, In Hie social hour Mrs. Adkln- ion awl : Mrs. O. O, Elliot served hot chocolate toppedi with whipped crcajn, aiigcl food cnkc and homo made cimdles. A community Ohrlstmas ti'cc will fio had In the school Friday aflcvnoon of Ihls week, )Ut Ate Cat I'OTTSIOWN, Fa (Ul')-MiUk Coikcr, 84, icpoits the wt.s at his farm aie vicious things CftUlilne one of them, he placed 11'Lirii-largo slecj ton el nidi a wt Sovunl SAY GOOD-BYE TO "P. M, FATIGUE" Put a quick end to that drowsy feellnz [hat steals over you at midaf'crripcii. Urlnk a cup or two of good tea at lunch time. 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