The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE. TWO ...... BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS i their hfjiie near Stecic last week, and Mrs. A, D. Walker is under- The baby has been nan)cd Shelby going treatment at the Vails tios- MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1939 fli» Jean. Mrs. Smith was before her . . inairiage, Miss Louise Whitfleld. t * * Mrs. Siion Pollard of Tyler, who ' Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. W. Jeffries entertaining City Contract club. Miss Mary Spain Osrey having Double G. Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry Klrby. Mrs. W. 0. Hlgglnsoh enteftani- ing Tuesday club. Tuesday Contract, club meeting with Mrs. B. F. Potter. Miss Cordelia Wllhite and Mrs. G. G. Caudill.entertaining Charle- volx chapter of the Daughters of IHe American RevUution one o'clock at-Hotel Noble.. Dodwood Ridge Home Demonstration club sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, at Woman's club. Committee of . the Immaculate Conception church, sponsoring bin- gti party, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall. Mrs. Harman Tnylor entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. Mrs. Kupert Oriuton entertaining Friday Bridge club f&r luncheon, 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. M, Taylor entertaining Bi-Monthly Bridge club at her home. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W, H. Mihyard. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertaining ADC Bridge club. Rook club meeting .with Mrs. W. T,;Oberst at two o'clock. Ladies' Aid ot Temple Israel sponsoring bingo 'party, American Legion Hut, 7:30 o'clock. . Mrs. B. A. Lynch mid Mrs. Ray Worthington entertaining Chapter D 01 the p. E. 6. .Bisttrhord for ofie 6'ciock luncheon at Worthington honie. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. t. G. Nash entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. John P. Lent!. Mrs. Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. W. D. Mcolurkln entertaining Delta Contract club. Double Four club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Lcgan. Mrs. O, E. Crigger and Mrs. Joe Isaacs entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter qf tlie United Daughters of the Confederacy, 2:SO o'clock tit the Crigger home. FRIDAY'S EVENTS , Ehnwood Cemetery association Reeling 2:30 o'cl:ck with Mrs. C. Johnson. FLAPPER FANNY - copn. w» BY h By Sylvfa ,.-- House Given for .r. Redman on Birthday : More than a hundred guests at- Sjfended the informal open house at |~g,the home if Mr. and Mrs. C. G. rf-rvRedman yesterday afternoon and Mast night at which Mr. Redman, who celebrated his birthday yesterday", was guest of honor. The refreshment table which was set with crystal was decorated in varjlng tones of bronze and yellow. Yell.w tapers flanked a vase of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums arranged i!6r the centerpiece These shadas were also carried out in trie assortment ot sandwiches, mints, cakes, nuts anrt relishes used on the table. Throughout the entertaining Koms, boughs of red berries gave a festive note to the scene. Hiss Lawsnn Spesks To A. A. U; W. Group "Education In & Democracy" was the subject of the talk made by Miss Willie A. Lawson, of Litlle .', Rock, execuiivo secretary of the Arkansas Education assoiiatlon before the luncheon meeting o! . the American Association cf University Women at the Hotel Noble Saturday. Mrs. C. L. Moore, of Osceola leader of the program introduced Miss Lawson. In her talk, , the speaker stressed the fact that "above all, democrat}* is not fr.;e- dcm but a participation in government for better efficiency." She then gave a cross section review of (he world congress on democracy at Columbia University in : New York which she attended in August as Arkansas reuresenta- ; five", A round table discussion and a Sow, "I Heard Hie' Bells" (15- Mrs. - : Farmer England, accompanied by i Miss Nannie Clark Smith, concluded the program. The Crcun : sang Chrlslmas carols. ; Hostesses were Miss Rosa M Hardy, Mrs. L, E. O!d, Miss Irene Morgan and Mrs. John M. Vtmncs In carrying out the silver and blue ;ho home of Mrs. 0. E. JohnsCn, 513 West Frankliii street. Members have been -urged 16 air end the meeting which will begin it 2:30 o'clock'. » * * "ompjote Plans far liingo farly Plans have been completed for a ilngo parly to be given tomorrow light at eight o'clock 'at the Woman's club under the auspices of the Dogwcod Homo Demonstration •lub. ' . "-• An assortment, of prizes Includ- ng chickens, hams, canned goods, loiho inside cakes ami miscellaneous prizes' has been,Secured. * • * Is Guest of Cliili Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. played cards with- members of the Friday bridge ciiib Saturday aiHeriioon when they were entertained at- the i&nie of Mi's. W. D. McClurkliL Chrlstnins tallies were used f}.r he bridge games in which Mrs. [/rigger was hijh nnd Mrs, McCliir- Kin, second High. The hostess served refreshments. Book Club Elects Officers At tho regular rneelliig of the: Book Club Wednesday afternoon which was held Id the horne of o Mrs, R. C. Steelc ST. tlift fdllcw j lw(ill y ftftcrnon lor her hoirie in ing officers wcro elected for (ha Friendship, Term., after H visit hero coming year, President, Mrs, Oaf- '. wltn !ler brotlior, N. 0. Mac)nin. aid Brooks; 1st vice president, Mrs/|" er ffttnor aml " tlle brother came Newborry Johnson; 2nd vice fifes- for he -'' Idcnt, Mrs, R. 0, Steelc Jr.; Sec- - Mrs ' Tom "A lial 1—well it serves me right. 'If I haciu't peeked, it mighta been something I wanted for Christmas." Memphis Methodist hospital Friday, relumed home last night. Mr. Phillips and (laughter, Betty, and son, Russell Jr., motored, ei.wn for her. Mr. and Mrs. H. u Alken and son, Vernon Bay, spent yeslerrtny In Memphis. Jackie Applcbiuim, son of - Stcele-Cooter Society—Personal pltal In Blytlievlilc. She lias the first of tho week, very well at the' hospital. J. W. Blackwell has returned to his home nt- Donlphan after spending the past few months hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Hlackwcll while being employed 'at Smith Bros. Gin. Mr, and Mrs. It. W. Kahricr and daughter, Mnry Lois Bandage, left the latter part of this week to s " cn(1 lho wl " Wr ln Ft " Mynrs ' Fk1 ' MlES M| Wrcd Miiclain left yr>s- Injured shoulder which she received in a fall several weeks ago. Mrs. oiion I'onaro of Tyler, who *'"• Woodrow Shellon and (mderwent a major operation st dl i u Khtcr, Dixie Jane, of Chicago, the Walls hospital in Blythfivllle ' Ill; ' who nave spent this week In (i, n fii-si fit. n,,. , IUU >i, <„ ,.„,!,;,,, Cape Garardeau with Mrs. El wood i Brown and family arrived here today for a visit with her parents, Mr, and Mr*. Bud. Still and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Edwards have relumed home after a bust- church here Sun- Boys at Ihe Box Elder school. Miss, the pastor for this Buck had 914 votes. '•••'•'. The .Starlight Wranglers of Jonesboro will be at. Box Elder Wednesday, Dec. 13 in a program tor the benefit of the Box Elder Basketball club. At The Hospitals retary, Mrs. -P. P. McCutchen; Ireasurer, Mrs. G. : W. Cook; reporter, Mrs. J. H. Workman; floiver fund, Mrs. Sam Hairira. After the election of officers v/as held a very Interesting talk was riven by Rev. If. S. Hclley, pSslor of Ihe Methodist Church. ? * • * Mlssj McClurc Entertains Miss Margaret McCluro was hostess to her Jolly Eight Bunco club and the following guesls, Mrs. Torn L6wis, Mrs. Guss Cooper, Mrs. Uynn White, Mrs. Basil McCluro at the home of the latter Thursday night. The high score prize, a silver server went to Mrs. Abner Ashcraft who also received traveling bunco, ii dish lowell; Mrs. White received n largo satin pillow for bunco and Mrs. Bill fUissell n dish towell for low score. ;.. The hostess served hot tarhales with chili, crackers, cookies and iced drinks. •: Hostess to Bridge Club Mrs. Marshall Cameron was btstess to her Young Matrons Bridge Cliib of Steelb and uiie guest, Mrs. Harburt Hudgens, at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hudgens received high score award, Mrs. Ralph Hall, second high mid Ihe cut prize went to and Mrs. Linnie Duke were visitors In Canithers- vlllc yesterday. Miss Lutld McCbrmlck lias gone to Detroit, Mich, fcr a visit with relatives.' Miss Helen Cui-iy has returned to her position In Memphis titter a visit here wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Curry. Mrs, If. S. Holley has neeri re- the Memphis' ness visit In points of Mississippi, Rev. Curry Called As Episcopal Rector The K6v. Matthew A. Curry/who has served as prlest-iii-oharge of St. Stephen's Episcopal church 'or the past year has been called as rector of tills church, it was an- ri:unccd following n vestry- maetirl* Friday night at the Hotel Noble In addition to tlie calling of the Rev. Mr. Cuffy as rector, the vestrymen also discussed the 1040 budget. At a meeting next month the budget will be definitely set up. Tomato News Miss Helen Bullcr will enter the ,,„_.. . . .-— -::-—•• anaiorium at Booneville Wertncs- "T a " le !l,? h <V Via ,Vay. Her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Mrs. milled. Blylhevillfi Hospital J. G. Faulkner, city, ad- 1} W. EskrHgc, city, dismissed. Mrs.'Ear! Byrd and baby, city, dismissed. Mis. lone Ropp, city, dismissed. <*• T. Ralney, Senath, dismissed. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Shelby C. untisey, a daugliter, Friday after- no; H. Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Goou- n-Ji it. city, a daughter Saturday night weighing eieht pounds and six and a half ounces. Tlie use of evergreens, 'nolly and mistletoe at Christmas tlmb dates back to the Druidic ceremonies. . Walls Homital Miss Louise. Luttrill, city, ad- Mrs. L. V Stcvcns, I/lbriurn Mrs. Katherlno Fisher, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Deity Bagwell, Bassctt, admitted. . Marvin Lee, Osceoh. admitted Mrs R. w. Butler, Lujcra, admitted. Mary Ann Tompkins, BurdCtts admitted. Box Eider News Wns Contest • Miss E\'adene Buck received Die at Monday night at a musical program presented by the JWly Play * iiv "."u »iwp,Lui wuciu sue uau uav ripr n been for seve, 3l day, un* treat-1 Ivan Butle^wiFn^oV inhere! c^cTwas gS SSTpS! Newberry Johnson has returned ivifiting Mrf"^^ 1 -"'^ -^ ^l lr ' '".- 1 . c °'^ ^h ended after a business visit In Detroit, land Mrs ' Mich - [this week. „ ''r J f"!°'' Smilh ""'' Mt< Mr - ilnd M «. Middleton spent Buddie Anderson of Blythevllle Thnnksgiving In M sslss n i willj v;cre here the latter jiart of the relativel a"icl friend" J. W. Simp'son spent the week end at Caruthersvillc, Mo., with Bits of Ne^vs Mostly Personals w —-o VIKV me ail«ci illlU Ul color scheme, vases of silver leav™ were'arranged at intervals on the table down Ihe center of whid was mistletoe. Favors were books Of Christmas carols on the covers of which were pcinseltia designs. Will Elect Officers Officers of the Elmwoort Cemc- «ery Association will Be riV-:ted Friday afternoon at a meeting at Dr. arid Mrs. F. Don Smith nre spending today and tomorrow in Little Ri ck- where Dr. Smith is attending the Slate Board of Health onvention. > Mrs. W. c. iiijginson and Mr.s. ^fax B. Reid spent Sftturrtay in Memphis. Aiiss Willie A. Lswson, of Little ^ock, spent Saturday night here 5 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'Unnrn^Hnm. She canie up e^pcc'- •lly for the A. A. U. W.'meeting Saturday noon at which she was »e gueat speaker. Mr. and Mis. J. L. Davis, it Capi 'irardeaii, returned home tliis norning after having spent the veek end here with ^tr5 Davis' mother, E. p. Blomeyer. and family. 'Jerry Harwell nltcmtcd to busl- -icss in Mempliis yesterday. M^r. mid Mrs. Charles Cr:--?icr Jr. nnri son, Cl)irl!» fff. nnd Mr.- Eddie Regenoia are spcndiii" todav in Memphis, Among the Blylhcvillc pooplt; in Memphis yesterday for the • d Ibnll jamc between the Si. Louis Gun-' ners nnd the Chicago Indiana were- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lscch, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. AtfH;k, Mr. anrt Mrs A. O. Little. Tom A. Little nnd -on, Tom Jr., a. D. Himmock. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Jame*. Terry. Os:ar Ffnrl- ler, R. E. Fcndler of Manila. Max fxJgan. Farmer Kng'nnri Harry Ifnlncs Jr.. w. H. Glover. UGn line Whittle. Marshall Blartnrd, Lsc R Warrington Jr.. Mr. and Mrs Fred Ballon. Cftr) Oanskc. Mrs. RDsscll Phillip-,, who underwent a minor operation at the abscessed ear and complications. J. H. Smart Jr. wns taken thi* morning in nil ambulance to tlie Memphis Baptist hospital i) r trcat- ment. Mrs. Smart accompanied him. I He is seriously ill of an ailment which developed some time ago. Miss Louiie Lutlrcll entered the Walls hospital last night for an operation ib be performed within the next few days. Dan Warrington niul Alvln Justice, local high school football players, attended the Tennessee- Auburn ;ootball game Saturday In Knoxville as guests of tho University i-f Tennessee. itolnnd Green and R. L. Clainss returned Saturday night from Shaw, La,, where they had spsiit- ft week with Mr. Green's brloher- in-law, Abnor Maxwell, Or, w. M. Owen and James Smotherman were lii Knoxville Saturday for the University of Tenneasec-Auburn football same Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Ji yncr and Mr. Ji:yncr's uncle, John Joyner, of Union City, Tehri., werr the guests or Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whihvorlli and J. E. Whltworl-h yesterday. Mrs. A. M. Biitt,.Mfs. Foinsworth Black and Miss Ruth Butt arc spending today Iri Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. D.ivid Jbne.7 I'f Trenton, ntid Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones bl Kenton. Tenn., .s;int ycslerday here with Miss Era Wright. Mrs, J. C. Ellis, Mrs. John C McHancy Jr. anil daughter. Mis- Prances Mcllaner, and Mrs. E. F. Btumeyer were lii Memphis .Satur- thy a'teriioon, Tliey went down to SK L. L. Wnrd, who uridanvci'it an appendccli toy at the Methodist hospital there Saturday. Mf. and Mrs. Claiuln F. %o3i>lh spent the weekend in Memphis with Mr. Scoggln's parents, Mr. ni<- Mrs. S:03gin Sr. While there, Mr. Scoggln attended to business. The hostess served tuna llsli sandwiches, fruit, saint!, pickles, )Hves and hot chocolate. « * * Slielbj- JCHII Smith A ten-pound baby girl wns born :o Mr. nnd Mrs. Bufoid Siiilth at Trj" One of Our Delicious HOT PIT BARBECUK SANDWICHKS Ole Hickory Inn Across from !|l-h School For Christmas Give Her HEALTH AND'BEAUTY A course of Swedish Massage vapor • B a t h s and Reducing Treatments. MRS. RUTH LAWHON At Margaret's Beauty shop Kinisteria! Group To Meet Tomorrow The Ministerial Alliance will luvj its monthly niceling tomorrow nt ten i:'clo:k in the study of the First Presbyterian church, it was announced today. Officers said nil members —-.'urged to attend and other ministers were Invited to visit the ^roup. Relief At Last Even If other medicines have fali"- ; e.d'"yoli ina'y get relief ivow"with' Cfcomulsion, Chronic bronchitis can develop if yoiir chesl cold Is riot treated nnd you cannot afTord to lake a chance with aiiy rnedieihe less potent than Creomtilsion which goes right to the seat of the trouble to help looSen and expel geftii laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed brprithial mucous membranes. Creoimilsion blends beeohw'ood cf eosbtfi by Special process with other time tested medicines'-fof coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you n, bottle of CredmuISiOn with the Understanding that you are to like tho way it quickly Allays the coilgh, permitting rest and sleep, or you nre to have your money back. See that the nameCrcoinulslonison the bottle ann you will get the genuine, product and the relief s r ou want. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Mrs. Cora Jones of Marmacluke, Ark., who is visiting in the hoirie nf her sister, and husband, Mr. his sister, Mrs. D. M.'McDermott The Rev. " ctle, filled Mr. his Rlgglns, of Mon- flrst appointment DELIVERY 109 W. Main St. Phone A New Rythin Step Black Gabardine As lllustratec! Hosiefy to Hafmoni/e —-PRESCRIPTIONS- Safe ... - Accurate Your, prescription Dniggtsv Fowler Drug Co, Main A Fir* Fhotw 1U Laundry Phone 188 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning SerTict Woman's Club TUESDAY NIGHT 8:00 P. M. For the Bcnelit of ,thc DOGWOOD HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB Farm Product For Prize! PAT 0' JEWELER The Famous- SIMMONS eau $letvt} Christmas j Slcej> ON SPECIAL CHRISTMAS TERMS A SMALL CASH PAYMENT PAY THE BALANCE NEXT YEAR For Ihe iicrsoti who Jikcs i)t';tftical useful , »vc .suggest- (he Now, Deeper l{c;ui(yrcs(. 'I'his mattress is wofhl f;tmoiis for ils comfort. Hut, nwre important, il's » great aid to sound, rc- Freshini?, hcallh-htiilding sleep. Whru you give a licnutyrest you are giving .something lhat"the user \vil( enjoy night after night for many years. This weok, \vc iirc offerincf Utc BeaufyrCst on special Christmas terms—you may flfty °nTy a smiil! amount dowtt and the Ijitlancc in small monthly paynients, bcginninK in,.(anuary. Yo"llf choice of f'aifei Damask or S-ouncc Woven covers. Conic, in and select a Bcati'tyrcst for Some one (his week. . ' •

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