The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1939 · Page 3
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December 12, 1939

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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1939 Wilson Society—Personal Cuilnta t» lie Presented Sunday. Members of both choirs of the Methodist nnd Baptist churches in Wilson, and about 20 children of schorl, will present, n Clulstmns cantata, "The Child of Bethlehem" by Loiil.se B. Stairs, Sundav even- lug lit 7:15 o'clock at the'Metho- dist church in Wilson, under the direction of Miss Mary E. Symomls Miss Mnry Uo.vden v:lll be or- gnnlst iiiid Mrs. \V, J. Lnd\vlf pianist. Tiic r.lillgata soloists ;iro Miss Symoiuls, JC.IIIGIU Phillips Virsjie Houci.s, Billy Frav.lcr, the Kov. C. Norumit Guice, Mary Hill Louis Jean Grcc-r, The pr'agriim' will open with n processional,"-As Gladness, Men of Old." KNEE FREE HOSIERY r- DEDUCT RMS PHOM YOUR BUDGET You've dreamed it ... grandmother's hair snood inspired it ... a slocking modern as television. A Lastex snood lop that bends and sloops with you vilh a 2 lo 0 inch slrotch to absorb all knee strain. Gartered or free, it slays in place . . . keeps ssrarns straight . deducts iiins from your budget. A salule to Granny! 85c $1.00 $1.15 APPLE BAUM'S Marie AppJcljjtnm, Pn>ii. ("Hark, the Hernld Angels Sing", ; Special numbers are "Holy Night" i by Urtiimi, nnd "Silent Nlghl" by |E. I,. Ash?, rd. as nn oivjun solo • will be Ihe offertory, other inem- Jbers of the choir are: H. i,. Mann ; Mrs. W. K Funilss, Mrs. r. u linker, Kntherine Coulter, Juanila Grew, Inex. Grain, Mnry Primers Hegenold, Jrfl' Douglass, Nelhovc Thompson, roily Lc.iwlcli mul Gwendolyn Mimkcr. The cltlr Jiicmueis will wear surplices. This affair is open to the public nnd everyone is invited to come. I Musical I'lCsenti'il nt dun-fit A lai'te nnd allentive audience were privileged to hear four of the S mil's most promising imisical nr- tlsts in a lire-gram ot musi.' pve- Tcnic:! nt the MethodLsl church on Monclny night, Dec. n, uiuler the direction o. liill Fielding, |,rudii> tion manager of WMC. aiul sponsored by the Music Dcpiirtmeiu - I Ihe Wilson Cooperative ;.Jn|j. j| rs C. L. Bird, president of ihe club Mr.s. J. N. Jerome. ch.Urm:ui of the miis.'c department, .v.is. w. J Ludwlg, co-chairman, Mrs, j. \\ Craln nml Mrs. Berry Crnln made lip die rccelvini; line who welcomed Ihe guests at the door. Ushers ivwe J'.e nan Tyler -and Jell Douglass The following program was presenlcd: Organ solo—"Minuet" by Carl Bach (son of Johnim Sebasllan Bach), played by James Morrison Tenor sol:—"O Saviour Hear Me", Van Gluck, by Clarence Hensley, accompanied by James Morrison tU the piano. Violin solo—"Adagio", "Sonata in D Minor," JUiann Brahms, by Joseph Hater, accompanied by Mrs. Bntes Brown at the piano, niid another violin solo, one of his own comr.':slt!ons, "Pnntnsy In Iteclta- tive." Mr. Hnber wns awarded first, prize for this composition as the Ijest Southern composer for piano and violin, and will piny his work nt the T1-wn Hall in New York. Piano solo—"Eligic" by Nollet Mrs. Bates Brown. Organ solo—"Dreams" Mcltims, James Morrison. Tenor solo—"I( ve Song" by De- I'ayc, Clarence Eleuslej/, Violin solo—"Ave Mnrle" Schubert, (Wilhclm J.) anil "Slovanic Dance in E Minor" |}vornk, „,-. ranged by Fritz Cryslcr, played by Joseph Habcr, accompanied by Mrs. Bates Brown. * * * . Mr. and Mrs. Winston Hoover of New Mndrid, Mo., were Sundny \ guests In the home u' their parents, I Mi', nnd Mrs. C. W. Hoover, nnc! ' sister, Miss Marie Hoover. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Henry WHchcr and Mr. nnd Mrs. Champ Cannon of Monettc, Ark., spent Sundny visit- ig Mr. and Mrs. J. G .Lawhoni. Mrs. Eddie Regenold nnd son John Ed, ,:f Ulythcvillc spent ,Sunday visiting her sister, Mrs. Ralph Robinson. Terry Moore Robinson nnd Mrs. O. E. Moore returned to Blytheville with them for a few days visit. BLYTHEVILLfl (A.RK.V COURIER NEWS Manila Society—Personal | we cy treatment. she 1ms 'u collar Ijotio and spine lu- . Other ujcuiwnis of Urn cnr mitujm-ed WHEN Christmas comes next year, you'll be able to give as generously as you want . . . you won't have to overlook anyone or worry about money during the season of joy. You'll have all the money you need, by joining our Christmas Savings Club and saving a set amount each week. Come in today and join. Five Different Savings Club Plans Miss Mildred linrnctt visited l.'cr I mother, Mrs, 11, N. llurnctt of Vurbro, Sundny. Benny Slmnks nnd Miss Pnnllne Jcllill uf Manila vislled friends In Marked Tree, Sunday. Donald J«m lloriier. small 5011 of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Homer of Manila, who has undergone several Wood transfusions recently, is' reported to be slendlly improving in 'lealth the jiasl few days. C. W. Tiplon and J. L. Homer f Manila nnd clnborn ripton ol Monet to left Manila curly Monday morning for Stone County, on a slioft luiiitlnjj dip. Mrs. KleluiKl llankln nnd Mrs, l.connrd Ualliml of Mnnlln were shopping In lilythevllle Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Scott of Osccola were visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert. Scott and Mr. mul Mvs. Oils Smith of Mnnlln Sundny. Miss Kmmn Simcn nnd Mrs. UH-CIIC Wrlijhl. who are taking n liemily culture course in Illylue- ville, visited Allle Sllmon nnd'Mr.s. Clyde Farmer, their mothers In Manila Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. David nnd Jewell Mkldleton visited In Uyers- buiB, Tenn. Sundny. Miss llosella Tucker, who lins been visiting In Manila for n few weks accompanied them. Mrs. Dora King, who has b'cn visiting her son n. u KIIIK and family of Manila, returned to her home in linker, Oregon. She will spend n few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. c. Davis them. Mr. and Mrs. Cirover Snyiler of Mnnlln and Mr. mid Mrs Kendall Berry of Blylheville motored lo Memphis Sundny to see "Tobacco Road." Nelson Brnnmim, plnyer for the Mnnlln Ulons Basketball team, who wns Injured In a ijtune here last week nnd received n badly bruised hand, Is reported to be resting belter. His Injured hnnd wns lanced five limes ant! threatened for n- while lo develop Into more serious trouble. Officers elected lor the Women's Missionary Society of Mnnlln :ire ns follows: President, Mrs. n, M. Flee m:in; Vice-president. Mrs. Jnmes Moore; Secretary, Mrs. G. Mike, Jr.; Corresponding- Secretary, Mrs. Myrtle Pearson; Treasurer, Mrs. Albert Scott; Local Treasurer, Mrs. Robert Killinn; World Outlook, Mrs. Myrtle Brown; Superintendent of Mission Study, Mrs. Fred Necdbam; Supt. of Supplies. Mrs. Scott Wallace; Supl. ol Baby Specials, Mrs. L. E. Mobley Supt. of Publicity, Mrs. Mnry Rolcsou; Supt. of Spiritual Life, Mrs. H. W. Cowan; nnd Supt. of Children's Wrok, Mrs. Jcnn. Ashu oranhcr. SAVE 25c WEEKLY SAVE 50c WEEKLY SAVE $1.00 WEEKLY SAVE $2.00 WEEKLY SAVE $5.00 WEEKLY RECEIVE $12.50 RECEIVE $25.00 RECEIVE $50.00 RECEIVE $100.00 RECEIVE $250.00 This Year We Mailed Christmas Checks Totaling $7,000 To 287 Members—Double the Amount Paid Last Year. Join This Rapidly Growing Club Now! THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK IN BLYTHEVILLE MEMHER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mrs. F. B. Clement Jr. Is Slightly Improved The condition of Mrs. P. B Clement Jr., of Little Ro:k, daughter of Mrs. Will CiVwder, who is :<t the Trinity hospital in Little Rock, is slightly Improved. Mm. Clement was seriously injured in an automobile accident Thanksgiving Day when she, Mr. Clement and their young bnby nm! friends were en roiito ot Hnssell- ville for. a •loitball" game. The driver lost control ' of the car which hit n truck nnd overturned three times. Mrs. Clement was unconscious when she ivas carried to the Memorial hospital at Cfmvay lor V !• Say it | J the Kentucky |, way! WORIB'S URGES! SEtlING STRAIGHT BOURBON V/HISKEV .*t rour fntorUo package Dcnioiistratjon Club Ne\vs Notes Cliiislmus .•Mei'llni- The I win y iwo members <f the iiuuro home demonstration club mul lour visitors who inn rtl the new home 0 | M VS . V | ctol , M n u ol . y rni'siLiy uC.eni'ron were enler- tnined m „ cinlslnms jwrly. Vlsiicirs ueie Mr.s. Walter llarnes, Mis, 1ft Chronlslcr, Mrs. Lynn Nlclmls :nul Mrs. A. Wollb, lioll cull was nnsiveiTd by wich ilicinber'.s t ( .|l||i B w i mt shc |,, |{ , , nl . Joyed in the. club this year und what she would d» lo belter the club nest yea,-. The devotional was given by Mrs. Albert llollinuswiiith. Mr.s. ,Mb(>it wallers read the p:em of the month niter which the i-roiip sane "Silent Nluhl." Mrs. (k'oijii- Hunch spoke (o the roiip on the subject, ••ahrlsliniis Hero ,nnl In Other ijmds." Tho liastm then (old » chi'lslmas .story. The Clnlslmns scheme wns curried (Hit. in den.rntlons of Christmas l!(tli!s, iioliy. mid |. c( | In UK; Hvluj room nnd [lining room The dliilnx table which was dmm-il wIIh i, Ince dull, hnd u Hgjilcd onlslmiis Ireo as the centerpleee Chicken snlud fiindwlches cut In Ihe .shape of C'hrlslinns Irciis, nud dimly nnd cookies rut In .slur dc- liliiiis \u'rr served with Iced punch. The lawless was assisted bv Mi'i Koben Tlj nifKuii, Catliolic Sludents To Give Yufe Play KlVOH A Cbilsimiis |,| ;) v K .l|| Thursday nl^hl at the Catholic Hall by sindenls of the Inunauu- Inlo Cona-jiiion sclirt I s|ioiiforeil 1)5' Ihe lleni'ilii'tlne HLsters. Tlckcls hnve alreiuly been placed on .««!<• for the pl;iv which will be- lihi nt cljjht o'clock. AT OWE For 1938-1939 Government Loan Cotlon JMT Louis Applebaum Miss Jena Slacy Is 0!c Miss Frosh Queen 'Hie crown or the (mccn of tho rii'slmmn elnss of Ihe University uf MKslsslpiil. Oxford, rested to- iiiy niion the blonde hcnd of Miss wn Ktiicy who Is spending nor firm year la college nt "OIi> Miss." Ill tin nll-slmloiit ceremony fit (lie University Tlmrsdny nlghl slw wiis mimed (|ueen, her identity liiivlnu bcw> coiiconlod im (o (Jmt time. Miss Slac.y, iluiigliU'r of Mr. nml Mrs. K. A. Slitcy, received numerous honors In this section before uwny 1/ledHl'd (0 (III school. She was Delhi Delia Delta sorority Ml ftt the university In tho PRESCRIPTIONS F Guara Kirby Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Stores Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM 8KB" 0»er Joe liases' Slore Phone 540 We Will Buy Your 1938-39 A H. WETENKAMP & CO. Ash St., \V. w> Challenging H TUBES! 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