The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1939 · 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 12, 1939
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PAGE TWO... BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.). COWUER NEWS- Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junlcr-Senlor . Parent Teacher Association meeting three o'clock at, school, preceded -by oxecutlt'O board meeting at 2:30 o'olock. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard. Mrs. Otto Scrapo entertaining ADO Bridge club. Rook club meeting with Mrs. W. T. Obepst at two .o'clock. Ladles 1 ' Aid of Temple Israel sponsoring biftgo party, American Legion Hut, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs, B. A. Lynch nnd Mrs. Hay Worthlngton entertaining Chapter D ot the p. E. O. sisterhood for one o'clock luncheon at Worlhing- ton home. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. L. a. Nash entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with' Mrs. John p. Lent!. Mrs. : Everett B. Gee having Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Weefc Bridge club meeting will) Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. .Mrs, W. D. McOlurkln entertaining Djlta Contract club. Double Four club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Lcgan. Mrs. O. E. origgcr and Mrs. Joe Isaacs entertaining, Elliott Fletcher chapter of tha United Daughters of the Confederacy, 2;30 o'clock at Ihe Crlgger homo. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club having Christmas program at club, three o'clock, fcmuvood ' , Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o' with Mrs, C. E. Johnson. Mrs. T. R. "Ashley and Mrs. C, G. Hires entertaining Dorcns Sim- day school class, . First Baptist church, 3:30 o'clock.- • Former Loesl Boy Is Wed In Chicago Announcement has been mode of the marriage of Miss Helen Verdcs, the Hide -Away Hunting and bluo color scheme was -carrle Fishing lodge, Tlioy will come here In Uic holiday decorations fc In the spring to make Iheir home, party. Mr. Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. • • • J. A. Payne, was graduated from Mrs. lircwcr Kcctlvcs tho city high school. He went to Ufo Mcrnberslifp Card Chicago four years ago where ho In recognition for her a was employed with his brother, terms of service as head n J. L. Payne, with (he Carbonic Oas Woman's Missionary Society Company. Upon MB return here, First Mclliodist church. Mi's. he will IK connected with his father In farming. * * t Have All Day Meeting Twenty one members ol the Brewer, retiring president, presented a life membcrshl tlflcnte nl n program n Monday afternoon at the c Under her Icadershln the Woman's Missionary society of tho progressed, both In members)! Lake Street Methodist church at- < Interest, which led to Die 1m lendeii the all day meeting at the mont of the sirup until II church yesterday which was a excellent recognition among combined quarterly birthday party foolelte of (his kind 111 Hie and Christmas party. Mrs, Tcra Turner had charge of (he program which was opened with songs nnd a prayer by Mrs. Iverson Morris. Mrs, Ed Anderson iave the scripture from the ninth chapter of John after which Mrs, O. J. Rogers read the meditation. The subject of tho program, '"Our Available Resources for Meeting tho New Day," was discussed by Mrs. George Dlslngor. During the business session, plans were made to prepare a Christmas basket for a deserving family. Also at this (lino, a $3.35 Birthday offering ivns turned in. Lunch was served buffet style at 12 o'clock. The social rooms OTrc decorated In the Chrlstcimn scheme. From the brightly lighted Christmas tree, gids were presented each member, • * • Give I'luy at Council Meeting A cue net piny, "A Word for Christmas," was given at the meeting ol the Woman's Council ot the First Christian church vcitcr- ilay afternoon nt the church. Mrs. G. W. ROSD was lender ol the devotional which was opened with n son;'. She road tha surip- boro district, A proa ram led by Mrs. Horncr on "Our Available sources for Meeting the Nen was presented. At tho opening of the m Mrs. Ralph Bcrryjiinn plnj medley of Christmas hymn Mrs. J. E, Patterson .rcn K)ripliire lokon from Join Goiinthluiui. Tho program subject wa cussed fu.m the slaiulpo "Fellowship" by Mrs. Join James, "In Human Personall Mrs. Hugh Wliltsltt nnd "In by Mrs. L. E. Old, During the brief business s various reports were made B. A. Lynch, president-elect group, Introduced the clgh presidents who were at the Ing. One of this gimp, M I. Denton, presented Mrs. I with the ccrtllicatc. Mrs. A. Branson, wlw with Mr«. Dent Mra. Brewer, is the only oth time member of the group, wu scntcd a gold pin certify!) 1 Ilt'Itl b<?i"fll5 1 0 During the social hour followed, refreshments were Hostesses were Mrs. Ilorncr Loy Welch, Mrs. J. W. Adnm several of Iliu Chicago, and George Payne. formorly''of -this city and now o[ Lul(c aftcr which Mrs. Edith Mc- Wlntcr, Wise., which was soloimv j c ° o1 '«','» ized Nov. 31 In Chicago. Following the cercmuny, Mr. and Those taking pirt on the program were Mrs. John Mrs, Russell hnm, Wnndn Leah How To Relieve Misery of Your James Crook, and I M'. on. 5 Lowo, Mrs. Mrs. J. Norrls Massage iliroat, chest, and lack ,, 'with plenty of Vicks VapoBub'ot bedtime. Then spread a thick layer on chest and cover with a warmed cloth. VapoRub's double action brings double relief. It acts as a poultice to penetrate the surface skin; ond its soothing medicinal.vapors arc breathed direct to the Irritated air passages. Try it, to loosen phlegm—to clearairpassages-^chcck tendency tpcough-atid also to relieve the tightness and 4 ••.*»•««* soreness of WICKS chest muscles. VVAPORUB i Mrs. Renkert Wctcnknmp had charge of the business session. The meeting was dismissed with the repenting ol the missionary benediction. * • » Officers Elected At Christmas Parly Mrs. Kendall Berry was elected president of Uie Olenners Sunday schiU cla&s of, the First Baptist church at ni.plVrislmns party given last; night, liters. O. M. Morgnn's home. ''•'•' Mrs. Morgan, Mrs, J. P. Friend, Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. J. W. Rnyder were hostesses for the dinner meeting. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. O. M. Morgan, first vice president; Mrs. M. C. CriHendeti, second \'l"e president; Mrs. L. S. Benbh, third vice president; Mrs. J. J. Eivins, secretary; Af rs . Fred Fowler, assistant. secretary; Mrs. Kcrbotlgh, treasurer; Mrs. D. Simnfns, reporter. Alter the turkey dinner which was served buTct style, Christum gifts were exchanged. A silver nnd W. L. Re- the and nnd School." The general mooting will to preceded by an executive b:ard meeting at 2:30 o'clock, » * • Sun Horn To Former lilytlicvflfe Couple A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Elsbn, formerly cf here nnd now ot West Memphis, at the Bap. list hospital In Memphis Sunday morning at C:30 o'clock. The baby weighed seven and one half pounds. Mrs. Eicon Is a niece of Nclll Reed, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, .1939. B. & P. W. Club Holds Annual Yulctime Parly The Business and Professional Women's club had Its annual Christmas party lust night when Mrs. if the past of Mrs. H. H. Houchlnn, Mrs. Zal n. Harrison was a visitor. The Bible study was given by Ju rs Hoy Wnllon, Articles were collected for u Christinas box for the ileedy. Tho Christinas parly for Circle Four was given at the home of Mrs. B. J. Allen with Mrs, W. B. Nally ns cO'hostm. Miss Mary Outlaw was leader ot the program nnd n visitor, Mrs. Mattie Allen, liad clinrgc of tho devotional which \vas n Christmas meditation, oilier visitors wore Mrs. Robert E. Lee King and Mrs, Harrison, Thero wero 17 members present. Mra •James A. Overholser told a Christ-: Mlss Com mas story nnd Jqe Evrard gave css '° " 10 Uvr> accordion selections, "Silent' o( Boosts for a dinner nt HID Wo- Nlght" nnd "Adesle Fldells," Al mim ' s clllu refreshment plnte carrying out the Au claorate Yulolldc setting had Christmas decorative scheme, was '""" nlnnn/ " 1 ll ' 1 " 1 llln ">>•«« <">"'served after contests had b;cn played and gifts exchanged. * * * Have Circle Meetings The five circle* of the Woman's Missionary Onion of the First, Baptist church hnd Christinas programs nt their meetings yestcrdny afternoon.: Hostcssos for the circles used the Christmas motif in their decorations for their homes nnd also In the refreshments which were served. Fifteen members of Circle One attended the meeting at the home of Mrs. c. W, Aflllok, Mrs, W. \V, ive the devotional and Bits of News Mostly Personals clinic. at pheum. theater. Miss McLean re- Mr, and Mrs. Chnrles Elklns pnd daughter. Bara, and son, John, of Wilson, were tho Sunday guests of Mi'B, J. H, Elklns, Mlfis Frances Little, Miss Porlu Dobyns, Jack O'Kcefe, and Richard Becker tmd n dancing party at the Hotel Pcatxvjy In Memphis Saturday night. Mr, nnd Mrs, J, L. Payne, of Chicago, have returned home after spending the week end here with Mr. Payne's'parents, Mr. and Mrs. . i Mr. and Mrs. Norton Jones, of Little Rock, spent Sunday here as I the guests of Mr. and Mra, Arthur I Rushing, 'nicy left yesterday, accompanied by Mrs. Rushing, P r , Monlcmna, G.i., where they will visit Mrs. Jones and Mrs, Rustling's sister, Mrs. J. A. Jenkins. Mrs. Lydta Gpraybarry left today for Pontotoc, Miss., to visit her sister, Mrs. C. D. Ray. and family ' ro l ' I From there, she will I boro. MJst., t:, visit a Pltls- Mrs. Ja:k Appletaum ami son Jackie, are expected to return Ihl? tthere nrcllng tables arranged for a. fireside scene-. Boughs at reds berries (mug from tho center light fixtures, poinsettlas decorated the mantel above the open fire nnd Christmas garlands and bows were nlso used, The tnblcB had for their feature decoration, n silver emblem of the b.ilimce of justice with weights of blue nnd silver chlslmas balls, llnakcd with graduated slr.e Christmas trees, Slivered leaves were strown over the tables nnd places were mark- M| ' S ' Ml'S. C. E, , wus pre- which Jamlp Fox, Mr«. George Hubbard. Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mrs. Old. t • p To Have Meeting The local chapter of Ihe Orc'er of tlio Eastern Star will Imvc an linportaht-'meellnc tomorrow nUjhl at 7:30 o'oloek nt (he Hall, onicers nrc urging all members to iillcnd the session as Important business house. come before the AuxtSIary Circles Celebrate Clirlslnmw. Christmas was the theme ot the programs nnd Bible studies of the circles of tlic Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church which met yestcrdny afternoon nnd Inat night In the homes of various members. Members of Circle Four, which Is the night circle, had a Christmas party, while other circles enjoyed social hours. Mrs. C. M. Gray was hostess to six members of "Circle Ono who tiinde plans for n Christmas box prayers. Mrs. a. B. Kettlnger gave Ihb devotional nnd Mrs. Walter Bishop Ihe mission study nt, the meeting of eight members of Circle two nt tho home of Miss Tressle Alien. Both Mrs. Kettlnger nnd Mrs. Bishop led in prayers. Mrs. R. E. Copeland was hostess to 12 members of Circle Three. Mrs. Ted Kin;,' gave Ihe mission study, Prayer was offered by Mrs. H, II. Brooks and Mrs. Idell Blackard, A handkerchief shower surprised Mrs. Ncy Hunt, retiring chairman of Circle Four when the group met nt her home. Ten members heard Mrs. Roy Hend give the devctiounl and Mrs. Theodore Logan, Iho mls^ slon study. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Alfred Ourpenter, Eleven members of Circle Five met nt' the church. Mrs. John Buchanan gave the mission study nnd Mfs, G. E. Johnson led h) prayer. Gifts were exchanged nt tho meeting of 12 members of Circle Six at the home of Mrs. Harry Frltilus. Mrs. RoboH Grimes, re^ tiring chairman of this circle, was presented a special gift. Christinas fnvcrs were given. The hostess (might the mission study and Mrs, Chnrles Ncwcomb offered prnyor. ,'. Dnughler Horn A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Young, of Yarbro, Colcman was hosl- and a number with the three con- over tor a, visit but <s expected to return tonight. Mrs. Martha Williams, of Luxora, returned home today after having visited her aunt., Mrs. Louis Garner, and family slnco Sunday. Hayden Williams has entered Ihe Blyllieville hospital for tin appendectomy to ) )e performed today. Jlmmle Henry, son or Mr. an.1 Mrs. Wilson Henry, is rcslinj well at the Blythevllle haspltal .follow me nn appendectomy perC.rmed this morning. Miss Marie Ann Blnckvrall, d-u?h- ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cozine Dbck- well, has entered the Blythevllle hospital for an appendectomy. Lots Froniafc 3 Incites ST, LOUIS IUP)— Deputy asses- ed with miniature snow sleighs filled with hard ond tied covered candles gay-colored bows, ,, , lor the needy. Mrs. Dixie Craw- ln , sl nlglu " l lnel1 ' Ilome - luc tatl - v ' ford gave the Bible study. Finns for the box which will be sent to the society's ward in Hie Vcra Lloyd Orphan's home in Mon- licello were members of nt the home of Mrs. H. F. Klrsh- ner. The hostess gave the devotional and Mrs. D. C. McLean, the •program,; Mrs. Mattie Allen gave the de- iwho weighed seven pounds, has ' not been named. made by the seven Circle Two who Tollonnl for Die members of Patterson To Speak At r. T. A. Meeting George W. Patterson, pastor of the First Christian church, will be the principal speaker nt the meet- ins ol the Junior Senior Parent Teacher association Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. His subject will be "The Iiu- Circle Three who met at the home portancc of Religion in the Home ALLIN ONE TRIP You'll find Ihe right gift for everyone at WaraUl Thousands of gift values not carried in our slore are shown In Our Christmas catalog. We write your order for you..; saving you letler-poslage, money order and C.O.O. fees! (n\ All BY TELEPHONE // Buy all your gifts by ^"*" phone , . . call Wards Order Service. You can give your entire order to one clerk. Your goods will be sent lo your home or you can save exira through our Group Ship- roenf Plan! Satisfaction is guoranfeed on every item you buy! 40fi Main '^^TytQf&TBSQtf^^ HER PET PRESENT SERVICE Oivc this hosicrj' with never a doubt! Full fashioned, silky smooth nnd in a,r v e 1 ously loug- wcnrlng. chiiwnor Is tho answer to jour Christmas problems. AI.l, HOSK ATTRACTiyELY BOXED 89c $1.00 WEAR-SEALED Tot. TftaU, Ulfto jjfc,iPu, $1.15 $1.25 $1.65 THE NEW YORK STORE which were favors. The 25 present were served a four course turkey dinner. Miss Marie Hnrnlsh Informally J welcomed the members nnd guests before tlic'cntertalmrumt. Mrs. J. L Newsom, who hnd planned the program, led In the singing of Vulctlde carols; Mrs. Chnrles AI- (ord rend Ihe fnmous newspaper I'ullorlnl "Is There A Snnln CInUB?"; Mrs. F. E, Fox played n piano solo "Stnr of the East"; Miss Clnra Ruble read "The Story of Silent Night" after Mrs, J. O. llarnes nnd Miss Wanda Lee Dallcy had snng that song and upon being told that Santa Claus was. approaching, the group sang "Jingle Bells" using their spoons und glass ware fqr the accompaniment. Numbers were drawn for the ex- jhangiiig of gifts. riolland Methodist Church To Be Opened HOLLAND, Mo., Dec. 12. — The new Methodist church at Holland will hnvc Its formal opening next Sunday, D(;c. IV, when several hun- :lred guests are expected. : : The Rev. E .H. Orear, of Poplar Bluff, will preach in the morning uiid the Rev. Wm. Myers of Ca- •uthersvillo will deliver the even- ng Gcvmon. Special music is pliumed. This new church, which is located on Highway 01, is one of ,he most modern churches in Pem- 8,^:1 County and Is built of brick with all modern features. At The Hospitals Blj-tbeville hospital Hayden Williams, city, admitted. Miss Marie Anne Blackwell, Ar- aiorel, admitted. Mrs. Franklin Young, city, ad- nlttcd. If. C. Lcng, city, admitted. JImmic Henry, city, admitted. Walls Hospital Eugene Hnnner, city, admitted Mrs. W. is. Green, city, admitted. Ea,rl Braley, Hickman, dismissed. nnmonn Hudgins, Hickman, dis nlssecl. Mrs. Dollie Pollard, Tyler, dismissed. Memphis Ifcipllsl Hnspilai Alline Lnmbeil, Etmvnh, ndmlL- led. Mrs. Benny Lester, Holland admitted. J. W. Spnnn. Liixora, admitted. Herschel Smart, city, admitted O. W. Taylor. Arbyrd. admitted Born to Mr. anil Mrs. R. \V. Butler, Luxora, n daughter. Read Courier News want ads. Constipation Relief That Also Pepsin-izes Stomach ^yhcn cr>nsti|xUion brings on ncid in«li- gcstion, blmllng;. diny S|icllj. gaa. coated tongue, sour t;islc. :iml bad brenlh. ynur Btomach ia prolnhly loaded up \viil\ ccv tarn undigested fixxlnml yourbowclsdon't move. So you need both Pepsin to bcli hrc.ik up fast that rich undigested dxxl i yourstomncli, ami l,-M,ilireScnra topnl the tripper on those lazy bowels. So sure your l.irativc also cnnl.iins Pciis Take Dr. Cvlilwell's laxative, Ixxauscits Synm I'cpsin lidiis you gain tint \\trn dcrfnUtonirichconifort.wliilelhcLix.iIivi. Senna movc-> your bowels. Teslsprovclhc .g.rn nculily niul nausea. This is how pcpyn iiing your stomach liclps relieve il of such distress. Ai the f,i:no time Ihis medicine wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your (x»vcl.slorclict\! your ronsti|»timi.S<> sec how much IX-UCT you feel by taking th< lasativc Ihnt nl«o puts IVpsin to worl( or that stomach discomfort, too. liven fin icVy children love in lasle this pleasanl f.innly l.rahvf. u,, y Dr. CaWwell's 1 -ox Try One of Our Delicious HOT PIT BAUBECUE SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across from High Schor.1 Jackie has been In the Memphis Dr, and Mra. Walte J. A. Payne. Mrs. Payne sors have found 12 lots with 3-lnc Washington, n. O., left this fore her marriage Wednesday, Miss platbooks. Each had been assessed my Bauer, of Chicngo, The wed- al $20 but no record of lax pay- Ing was performed in Chicngo be. H, and J. n., mid their families ore coining here fo here since Saturday. he Paynes. Mr, Payne Is a retailer here as they were en route home Fort Smith where they Ir. and Mrs. David Nunn, of Halls, 'cnn., visited Mr. Warren's broth- r, Fred E, Warren, and Mrs. Wnr- en here yesterday. H, C. Long is resting well at the Blythevillc hospital foil: wing on appendectomy performed this mom- Miss Jo McGhce spent the week Memphis. Saturday night, Howard Curlii), of Marlon, sherlf. he joined a parly or CrlUonden county, Is attending dancing parly at the Hotel Pea- to business here today. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Mrs. Charlcc Langs'i n Jr., Miss Elizabeth McLean and Miss Virginia Nunu were in Memphis Sunday for the show. Ing ot "Tobacco Road" nl the Or- Robert Jones, who is stationed vith the United Stales marines in San Diego, visited friends here I'eslcrduy. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams and ions, Muck and Dick, spent the veekend in Memphis. They attended the professional foolbnll the St. Louis Gunners and the Chlcail:. Indians the c>. Hires, Mrs. W. Stovall, Mrs. j. D. Smith nnd Mrs. Sylvester nrc spending lo- lay hr Memphis where Mrs. Hires Sheer hosiery that flatters— yet gives dependably long service—that's Phoenix! And —that's why every woman prclers Phoenix for Christmas. You'll nnd our selection of thrcadivelght-s—sizes nnd newest coclors —VERY • complete. Others 89c to $1.35 JIEDEL'S GUARD'S JEWELRY CO. We've Joined Uie€oust-lo-Coasi Selling seen! L colors ... 59 more square indies of playing surface . . . double slccl- braced oversize legs . . , deeper tops • . • wood grain cffcclsorSAMSONHYDE Stcort£ to support iver 300 pcsnjs! sturdy . . . durable . . . beautifully finished! find oo . 2 NEW COASTER ASH TRAYS FREE! A real parly gift — included with each tnblc. Eliminate clult:ring top of Iflblc with ly Sell lot $1.00 For Palrl Colon !o mbltV tabltll Un\>rcaVot>l« Sliie on and olf wilhoul efforll bottles, glasses, osli Uaysl EfOBBARD FURNITURE CO. MAIl, AND PHONE.ORDgW FILLED j Please send me the following card tables at $2.!)8 each:

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free