The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 24, 1936
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1Q36. BLYTHEVILLR (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry Klrby. Eimbeiuns meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m. Chapter D., P. E; O., meeting with Mrs. -H. W. AlTiick, 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Country club having party, 8 1'. M. i ,. Ii FRIDAY'S EVENTS O. E. S. meeting at hall, 1:30 P. M. riiuis Are Announced For Xmas Affair in Younger Set Members ot llio young college ret will have a gay lime this Christmas season if plans for one affair are to be an exfttnplcs of what they will do while home for Ihe yulctlde. Miss Dorothy Robinson, of Lcachvillc, who frequently visits here, is already making lilRiis for a dunce -at the.Blue Temple presided In the business!Green, local treasurer; Mrs. O, J. session • nnd also led the devotion-1 Uodgers, study deader; Mrs. Adelmn al, She HEert the 14th chapter of j Adams, assistant study leader; Mrs 1 be entertained-with an Informal I aosncll Missionary Society whoi H . E. Laslwt, corresponding scc- parlp beginning at .80eloek. I attended a meeting at llio clnnch| rclary; Mrs, Allen van Winkle rhcro will be bridge awl other,Thursday ' Afternoon. Mrs. u. F.I conference treasurer Mrs W 1. games for those who do not. dance. --•'•'•• •-—•-•-• ••• '•- •-•-•- L iomin.iu.c IICIISIHCI. . Mi6. w. i. Music will be fiirnlstied by the nsw electric maohine the club has pur- by Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. p. B. Joyncr. Mrs. J. Ernest Hassou Is to be hostess for tho occasion, assitcil by Mrs. F<u;::ll Fjrr and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. * • • Lewis-Underivooil Romans for the Bible rending.: M. N. ^olmston, supcrfnlendent Prayers were offered by Mrs. Van ot publicity; Mrs. Ivcrson Morris Clevo, Mrs. Edrlngton, Mrs. Needham, Mrs. Templa and Brown. Mrs. J. D. Necdham led In a 15 | minutes study period wllli Ihe Mrs. superintendent ot social relations Mrs. Allen Cole, superintendent ol World Outlook; Mrs. C. T. lln, superintendent ' supplies; Mis. Edna ucan, superintendent dill 'fifth chapter of Mailing's as llie.j (l ren's work. Mr. and Mrs. v. Lewis, of (iienie, This group has planned to' T1 « '-0 present included one lies Greenville, Miss., have amiounced j m( iu e R study of the New Tesla- j member, Mrs. Hlclianl Pale, the marriage of Ihelr daughter, mc ,,t by having similar ' studies! Ruby, to Nathan Underwood, also j throughout' the year. . Mrs. A. s. Dean led tlie devotion of Greenville. The wedding was p| ans werc niB ,| e Iol . a Christ- solcmnizcd Odor^r 26 with the mns p!U . ly RM c!lch member drew Rev. D. p. Shnnnhiuj psrformliiR '„ name for a gift. Names of those tlie ceremony. Mrs. Underwood formerly lived here, where she attended school. The bridegroom attendee! Brook- „ field high school before going lo'gn'r"'°Browu Ihe not present will be given out, at Ihe next meeting. The Lottie Moon Christmas offering was explained by Mrs. Ed- who announced that • , ., -— n University of Tennessee, I offering" envelopes will bo dlstrlb- Room of the Hotel Noble on Tues-1 Memphis. They are now residing I u tcd soon ; ' '• day, December 23, honoring Miss tat gre'envlllc. ' | fatly Shane, who attends Vas- tar college, Mis Maiy Elizabeth jjjairiagc Licenses Issued Borum, of Lindemvood college, These marriage licenses Miss Jane Branson, of Brciuvu college. Miss Frances Little, of Christian college. Miss Martha Ami Lynch, of Sophie Ncvvcomb college, and Miss Mildred Hutj- Mr<\, of southwestern University, •i»nd two Osceola girls, Miss Madeline Edrington and Miss Ethel Brickey, of Gulf Gulfport, Miss. Park, college, Plans for the dance were made by Dorothy and Patty Shane during the weekend, at Pouglikecp- fle, N. Y.. when Dorothy was the guest of Patty. They will invite -CO guests. Dr. and Mrs. Robinson spent Friday in Poughkcepsic before re- luming to New York city where, with Dorothy, they have been visiting. They have also been in Washington, and at Baltimore, whore Dr. Robinson attended the southern medical meeting last iveck. -While in Poughkcepsic, 'they, too, were guests of Miss Shane who is a sophomore at Vassar. Country Club 1'Ians 'thanksgiving Party. The country club will, have its first affair of the winter season Thursday night When members will .FOB SALE "Bemat" Knitting Yarns FREE INSTRUCTION KKQULAK CLASSES Friday, 2:30 p. lii. Mrs. I,eslie Hooper : 1100 .Chlckasawba .- Phone. 192 from Ihe I'rankum. the county 'ccently been • issued BIytheville office of court clerk: Wilburn Lovclady and viiss Louise Via, both of here; Marion Clifton and Miss Ruth Marie Burns, both of here; Claude Another feature of the business I session was- the enrolling of three {new members: Mrs. Alvin Hayncs, have Mrs. Allen Moody and Mrs. J. M. ill's. Morton wo brother mid. sls- i'r of Mrs.'Williams. *"* Surprise Shower Misses Inez Thompson and Alice Fisk entertained with a surprise shower for Mrs.' P. L; Cassidy at al wllh ihe scripture taken fron Psalms OS, The second lesson ii Uic study book. "Preface lo Racla Understanding," was given by Mrs Dyslnger, usslsled by Mrs. Sham- lln nnd Mrs. Rodeos. Has Illrdiday Dinner. Miss rrene Wllllt'ord, who 'lias just, returned homo from Tupalo, Miss,, u-hcre sho has been employed, was giiwl of honor nt n birthday dinner glvon Sunday 'evening by licr sister, Mrs. Cornelius a. Schercr at her home, 101 East, Ken- ucky Ave. The gifts marked the pluca of he guest of honor. Hlddlctori and Mia; Gladys Smith, the Fisk home al Hermondnlc last roth of Bui-delta; James Middle-! nighl. The living room was dec- ton and Miss Odls Russell, botli of here; Enoch Crawford and Miss Neta Flo Hodgo, both of here; Virgil Howell and Miss Mamio Ellis, both of here; Aubrey Weaver and Miss Pauline Gilbert, both of Batosvllle; Arvil Malone, of Tomato, and Miss LaVellc Branam, of Barr, Tcnu.; Elmer Barnett, of Armorel, and Miss Pauline Scott, of Tomato; Robert, Howell and Miss Florence Parker, belli! of Manila; Dynum Hestcv and Miss Edna Wright, both of Sleele;' Pete Rice and Miss Ruby Hatcher, botli. of Manila; Vcrnon Mcr- ritt and Miss Willie B. Ray, both of Huffman; John J. Moore jr., of here, and Miss Virginia Young, of Cooler; Lee Ozaricar and Miss Gladys Arcudoll. both of Huffman; Beimle Webb and Miss Ei- vio Hembrec, both of Dell; John Harley Hoffey and' Miss loniha Bachear, both of here; Johnnie Jacobs nnd Miss Pauline Matti- eny, tolli of Huffman; Arton Hol- brcok and Miss Ruby Settoon, both of here. •,.,-' * " * -" Gcsncll Mi*si6)iary ijccietj; Has Meeting There were ten members' of Ihe We Close All Day, Tiianksgiving B CI£OIC£ Fiinc J'- Red--.Ripe fcnKiCO Pound Well Bleat'hed Stalk Hard, Crisp Heads ' Eadi 6i c Large and Fresh , • .. • Each Texas "Ambrosia" Specials •, • " Dozen Texas Pink Meals Each T Fancy Rerts ] 0 Pounds For 29 C Fey. Reds. •'Accepted Dressing Onion." Pound $ Hrussel Sprouts, Fresh Rhubarb, Cucumbers, Green Beans, Carrots, Hell Peppers, Celery Cabbage For Dressing Pint oralcd with autumn leaves and n Thanksgiving mollf. Mrs. Cassidy, who before her marriage Sunday was Miss Mildred Jarrett, received an assortment of miscellaneous gifts. Refreshments of ice cream and wedding bell cakes, "in pink and daughter, M white, were served lo the twenty- phis today, five guesls present. Kice-Tii rasher. The marriage of Mlsa Ruth Helen Rice, of Etowah, and Boldcn Thrasher, of'Rossland, was solemnized Saturday nlsht at the home of the Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor of th3 First Methodist church, who performed the ceremony. Several friends witnessed the ceremony. * * Mclhoiisl Women Have 'hanlirjiving Program A Tiianksgiving program iva! given at the meeting of Ihe Wo mp.n's Missionary Society of the First Methodist, church Mondn afternoon, at the church. • Mrs. B. A. Lynch, leader, ivn assisted by Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Mrs. W. F. Brewer, Mrs. Fr« Warren, Mrs. G. G. Hubbnrd Mrs. E. D. I'erguson, Mrs.-Wyat Henley 'and"Mrs.---W;' A. Stickmon.'- For the devotional, Mrs. Lynch read frcm the ninth chapter or .Tehcmiah and offered prayer. Ir.clutJeJ in tho 20 present was' one visitor, Mrs. Paul Craig. ' * . * * Class Elects Officers The Euzciian Siuiday School class of the First Baptist church :lected Ihese officers in a meeting last night at the home of Mrs. E. M. Eaton: Mrs. John Tyrone, president; Mrs. Wyse Perry, membership vice president; Mrs. J. W. Cain, stewardship vice pi("i- ident; Mrs. John Ben.ich, secretary; Mrs. Norman Bunch, social chairman; Mrs. .Woodrow Fisher, iass minister. 11| I j i The 20 present enjoyed games in a social hour before refreshments of ice box cake and coffee, were served. "Son Born ' - ' '""^di^l A son was bom yesterday to \lr. an(i Mrs. Arthur Churchwcil, of Bassoll, at the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Officers i^icclcEl By Lake St. Group. Mrs. Georg= Dysingcr was elccl- i president or the Woman's Mis- ionary society of.the Lake Street rcthodist church in a meeting londay afternoon, at the church, he succeeds Mrs. W. L. Green. Other officers named were: Mrs. hclton. vice pros'J;nt; Mrs. A. D. rfiidson, rccordlnj secretary; Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personal \ Mrs. Henry Humphrey, Mrs. 0 A. Hovcy, Mrsi,-Christine Webb Purvis, Mrs. nicy McAdanis and laughter, Miss Jane, .arc in Mcm- ils today. -.'"'.,•' Miss Dorothy,' Schoolfield,. ! of Memphis, arrived Wednesday night to spend Thanksgiving-holidays as the guest of Miss Sarnn Nunn. Mr. • and Mrs. W; J. Pollard spent yesterday In Memphis-.' Mrs. Dora Nelson, of Texarkaim. has arrive:! lo spend the winter wllh her daughter, Mrs. w. M. Williams, and family, she was ac companled-by-Mr. -and Mrs. Joe Nelson and daughter, Miss' Dolores of Texnrktuin, • and Mr. and- Mrs Franklin N Horton, of Hop3, who spent a short time. Mr. Nclsoiv niu Is attending lo In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Mrs. J. M, vivlun and MVS. CIUOIBO :ross wont to Memphis last night ''hero they heard Dr. llcruum K. Willis, ijotrd lix'lcurer ot Chicago University, who spoke ill Iho Kjst End Christian church. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I,, llonur nnd «>i), Jnck, will spend Iho Tlmnks- holldays at Whentloy, Ark., "Ihe pawnta of Mrs. Ilortiw. They will be accompanied by Mis-, Minnie Lyons, who Is returning liouii! nftcr a week's slay wllli her niece, Mrs. lioriici-, and family, Mr, ami Mrs. P. K. Moore, uf Urs Molnes, Iowa, will arrlvj Wctl- iiMdny nflernoon lo sucnd Tlianks- Blvlin ivllh Mr. ami Mrs. Kllon W. Klrby. Mr. Moore Is Mrs. Klr- by's brothor. Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Darnell and Ihe !(<..v. Carroll I), oloyil werc In Memphis last night where they attended a. lecture nt Hie Ifcl Kiul Christian church' by Dr. Herman E. Willis, of Chicago university. Mrs. Cuironco H, Wilson nti:l Mrs, Eddie B. David spent yeslcr- lay in Memphis llh Bherllf Wll- on who Is 111 nt tlie Bapltsl liospl- «!. He Is steadily Improving. ". J. Colicn, who was taken (o :i]!UDll's clinic, yeslci'ttny after- n In I Colib nmbuiaiiM, is rest- vary well today. Dr. IX. 0. Usrcy. who nceonipanlcd lihn, has vliirnetl homo ami Mrs. Cohen ''sins to r.nnic home this afternoon 'or n short lime. The extent o( his njurlcs had not bsen determined tcday. He as Injured when his ar overturned ytslerdny. W. T. uurnlmm, who'was taken 'o Ihe Momphls Baptist- hospital following n motor accident two i ago*.has roluincd lo his home it Yarbro and Is now able lo bo up. Mr. and Mrs.-Ever-all RawllilHS lave returned to their homo hi Forrest city after a visit wllh Mr. ird Mrs. Jim Harwell. Mrs. Don Summons has rcliirn- 1 from a vlsil In Dallas. Texas. Mrs. George Wilson and daugli- Icr, Miss nurlu. ot nlnley, 'ttm\., me uucsls of Mr. offrt Mrs. L>. Q. On\cy nnd oUicr rolivtlVM. Miss M.ary Spain Usrcy, who attends Unilcnvvood college ftl:St.- Chnrlcs, Mo., 1ms arrived liomu (or Mr. nnd Mrs, licnkcrl Weten- kainp aiu( Jiuncs '1'crry, accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlill Goodman, of Memphis, htwo returned from .several days slny In South Bend, Ind., nnd Chicago, having gono up for Ihe foolbull game. Tho licv. aim Mrs. 0. A. ailbcrl nnd Mv. and Mrs, a. B. allbcrt have returned to Ihelr homes nflor n brief stay with Mr. and Mrs. Bilbo Gilbert. Tho Ucv. and Mrs. Gilbert live nt Texarhnnn and Mi', and Mrs. O. B. allbcrt nt Little liock, Tho Rev. Mr. allbsrt Is Bilbo Gilbert's father and G, Ii. Gilbert is his brolhor. irgnaln In led 1 The ncv, II. U'nii Wndc b III at Ms homo from inllucmn. Miss ix>ulsi! MoAdams, Hcmy Cane nnd jo'e H. Henley, of Cn- rnlhersvllle, wore guests of Miss Pollyann nuck for (lie dance t-'rl- tlny night, Miss Cora i,ea colemnu and Mar- Jorlo Stevens nlte-ndod tho district meeting of Business nnd Professional Women's clubs at City Sunday, Mnrjorlo played piano selection.'-. Miss Olowlti Lewis, of Green- villo, Miss., Is the guest of her ;lslor, Mra. Wysc Perry, nnd Mr. Perry. Mvs. O. J. Rod(;crs, Mrs. Kay- inond Smilh und Mrs. W. M. Williams werc In Miviion last wcok- Jiid' for (he Pni-cnt-Tcnclici- Association dlslrlel conference. They rcprcscnlcd llio Smlbury sclioo group, / , : • J. U. Burrow, of Kclser, is n patient ut tho St. Joseph's hospital,-Memphis. Luther Gregg, of Uixorn, I'm been admitted lo llio Mcmphli, Hnptlst hospllnl, Ur. Eilna Nlcs Is •'courincd (< hot l)«l bccn\iso i of i a fall received Wednesday In which Kilo strained a ligament In her bnck. Tho ac- clilcnl ocem red on tho back sleps of lioi home. Al (lisl 11 was ba- llcvcd only a sllijlil: Injury bul It cecnine moio nnlnful lalei and she will lm\e to H']I: for a few dny.i, J. P. -I'l'tcnii L-i In Memphis to- duy on business, Mrs. L. a. Moody, of Dcerlng, Is u pallenl ul Jlio Mcmphljj Biip- tlsl liospltul, w. H, siovall has gono to Hot Springs where ho .will' attend n call meeting of the Arkansas Fu- hernl Directors nnd ft ineetln'B of llio Arkansas Stulo Embalmcrs board, of which Ho Is n member. Dick Whltslll, of iinstrop, L"., vas Mm guesl of his son, Hugh Whllsllt, nnd Mrs. Whltstli, and ils sister, Miss Alice Whltsltl, last Miss Belle Whl(slll, who is ipondlnn some tliiui lii Paragould nid Joncsboro while convalescing 'rotu nn Illness, is Improving, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ed Stanley spent Sunday In MCniphls. HELPS PREVENT Especially designed aid for nose and upper throat, where most colds start. Regular'Siic,.'..304 I1..I.I. 50> g VICKS VATRO NOL Full Dressed I'onml Young. Full Dressed Pound Grain Fed. Dressed Pound STAIRS Premium Pound Lean Shoulder Pound 23 l Homespun—"The 15csl" -IS Mis. Sf.95; 2.( ],bs. 10 Pounds In Unlk Pound Comiileic Seleciioii of All In}rrerlient,s for Fruit Cakes ,000 GIRLS WILL But those who won't te sncez- ing at the ganic will'be congratulating themselves for new stitch that cliugs to you as smoothly as a swimsuit. I Buy-Your Turkey Day Dinner From Us Everything To Eat From Soup To Nuts Best Prices 'We Deliver Phone 673 Pickard's Grocery BlACKDRAUGHTl A Good Laxative . Kvoninp- Slippers By "T NEXT TIME XOU START A FI4HT BE5URETODR1»4KSOME 5TRF.H6TH CIVIKJ6 MILK FROM CRAtG'S DAIRY SO YOU CAM MAKE THE SCPAP "~ ' ' ' INTEREST/N' Spiko Hocla. All Silver. Wliilo Faille, silver Irim, ; \Vh;to Sntiii, (?okl bi tiid. All While. Jr. Spiko, \Vlnte Snliii, gold trim. I'rtunrn yriiir dillilmi to go mil In light ,lho li:i(lles of .Hfn 'wlih'g'tioil hciilth Ihrough adrqUiilc drnkinc of PUKE,' FliESIl CRAIG'S milk. GUADE A Qunrl ............ . .-. . lOc t'liit •...• ......... ..... lie ButJcrmilk, Qt. ........ 6c Low Hods. All Silver, . While Suliu, silver (rim. PaloiiI, gold Lthn, v'AAA to B, sixes H to !>. 83.45 LO $5.00 IHIIiriE'£ HOE X^ , To HannoitfcG Why Pay More? Suits 6Sc Dresses Hats rjiu'ic'r CLEANING . * Peerless Cleaners JACK APPLEBAUM Are You Ready? Duck Season Opens Thanksgiving Day Tliursdiiy Ls doubly imporliinl, H is Iioll\ Thunks- giviiiK Day and the npcning of (he-Duck Season. Ynii hiiyc only one niorc iluy lo prepare..for-your hunting trip. Whatever you need you ivil! (hid in our complete slock. Hunting Coats Duck Calls Genuine l)ry-H;ik Hand -Made §3.75 Up $1 to $5 Hunting Pants Hunting Caps $3.95 C'omplcle Klocks nf All WKSTKKN and KB.MINGTON SHELLS So Hint jou may have the tod best suited to your gun, ivc carry hundreds of dillercnl loads. You arc sure lo fir.d exaclly what you irant hi Ihcsc hro linns. '.WINCHBSTKK' and HKflllNG'TON SJIOT'GIJNS Buck Decoys WE CLOSK' A I,L DAY THANKSGIVING HARDWARE GO. Phone 32

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