The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1939 JBLYTHEVILLE (ARKI) COURIER NEWS' "" Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS carnations Intermingled with green- lunch served. cry were reflected in a mirror M T r.—1" " v ^ 10 Banked with greenery lo fonn Ihe A. White was lilgh and Mrs M A Mrs L. G. Nash entertaining centerpiece. Between the two white Issues, second hie h scorer Thursday Afternoon club at one ^P 61 * which flanked each side I • . f °'* cX ' , °, : th e centerpiece, were arranged' Arc Gucsls Of Cluh rhm-sday Contract club meeting the minlalure figures of a bride I Mrs. CheYer ShU, Mrs Tct)v with Mrs. John F. Lcntl. nnd bridegroom standing beneath'Long and Mrs L F " ' Imr^S * f Z? ^ nonl't^ «* m with * hil < ?«*'«.«" ««• *>*«* J. Umls Cherry spent Tuesday In Memphis. Slcelc-Cooter Society—Personal Thursday Luncheon club. Mld-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. W. D. Mcclurkln entertaining Delta Contract club, Double Four club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Lcgan. Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr nnd Mrs. Joe Isaacs entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of Ihe Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock at the Crlggcr home. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club having Christmas program at club, three o'clock. Etmwood Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o'clrck with Mrs. C E. Johnson. Mrs. T. R. Ashley nnd Mrs. c O. Hires entertaining Dorcas Sun- floral baskets. In addition to the bridal place with a corsage of white carnations. Refreshments were ' " - „ —-°~ "* »"I*G uiuiuuiu[i5. Keircsnments wem *wvr*ri n t iu« •. . , ~>>vv. u - U |/. Her corsage was of gardenias and 'conclusion of lhTIn,,", , , he MrSl Jolm kiCompl «"d daujh- her chair was tied with while Msfnuh LS 1 ?i " Ch '"' Jol 'nny Ann, olMemphis, re- salln bows. A flnnr ViiKimi. nf ,.,1,11,. •—, ,,„_ ,„._'. "'S' 1 scorer turned home vestrrdav nrim- imv. and Comvny with their parents. 1 Mrs, Matllc Allen, whose left' Jinml was Injured when it was! Allviloimry Society cuughl in :i car door lagf night, Mils s«rJ:il l):iy was n'jio to be up uduy, | l-iitlKecn members of the \Vo- iiiii. Juke Ifuffmnn nnd Miss man's Missionary society of Hie n. M» , !I ," r ' j| " ni1 s -" Mlt ywlerday steele Mclhodlsl! church were en- ln Memnhls where Mrs. huiim.,,i, li'italued nt a social day meeting <« tlie iiomQ of Mrs. N wherry Johnson Monday n.lernoon. Mrs, Johnson nnd Mrs. Sum Hnmrn wi!iv hostesses. The meeting was opened with S>Ual tor a (lay school class, First church, 2:30 o'clock. Baptist Large f'srty To I3c Given at Hotel Friday Another large party of the winter season for Blytheville society will be the bridge luncheon to be given (it the Hotel Ncble Friday afternoon by Mrs. M. 0. Usrey, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mrs. J. Louis Cheri-j'. The affair, at which a large number will be entertained, will begin at one o'clock. • • « Miss To lie Honored At Tea Mfes Nadine Wooclard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Woodard. cf Dell, bride-elect of Malcolm Grcnway, will be complimented with a tea Saturday afternoon lo be given by Miss Jeanne Harrison at her suburban home. Miss Harrison will entertain at nn informni shower tea from three until five o'clock. Clmrlcvoix Chapter Has Christinas Luncheon Mrs. G. G. Caudill and Miss Cordelia Wilhite were hostesses to members of the Charlevolx chap- Icr of the Daughters of the American Revolution Christmas tapers in the center of the greenery covered buffet completed the decorations of the dining room. The living room was similarly arranged with the boughs of mistletoe and holly reflected in hanging mirrors and banking the piano. In the card games which followed the three course lunch, Mrs. Edward Scgraves was high scorer. Consolation prize went to Miss Martha Jane Oarlwrlght. The guest of honor was presented a silver Initialed, salt and pepper shaker set. All club Members Attend Bridge Parly All the members of the BU Monthly Bridge club attended Ihe aarty given yesterday afternoon Ijy Mrs. W. M. Taylor at her home j Boughs cf bittersweet, vases of Mrs. M. George, who has been red roses and Christmas lallles '" H'e Memphis Baptist hospital carried out the holiday decorative for the past month, was removed ichciric. The reel und crcfin ^^i•»*••• '^ IK*** i\r\iwn it* ».. «..,i i _.. of Christmas were also used , salad plate served at the co on of the games. Entertains Club Class Has rally Eighteen members of the Berean Sunday school class were entertained with a party given ' last night at the home of MS Rev; Stevens. ' During the business session u••• group made plans for different Chrlslmns projecls. After games had been p|jy«(j (he hostess served refreshments. = Bits of 'News Mostly Personals turned home yeslmtay nftcr liav- li>6 spent Monday night here with Mrs. LaCompt'5 grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. W, S. U.ngdon. The condition of i,. L. ward, who underwent a major ouiuiday, Is Mir. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom p. Martin nnd dnughler, Miss Virginia, aru spending lodny in Memphis. Mrs. J. n. Klrby, of parngould returned home Sunday after hav- hig visited her sons, Harry nnd Elton w. Klrby. and families. Shi, slopped here as she was en route home from Nashville where she lino visited .lor a week. Mr. and Mrs Harry Klrby motored her to 1'ara- gouli}, Mrs. E. F. Fry Is convalescln? nt her home, 303 East Davis avenue, nflcr having been 111 for n week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Blylhe, of Detroit, Mich., came yesterday to ue the guests of Mr. Blylhe's sis :corauvD '"• ""= IJHUI monuij was removed " tv BUWIS 01 Air. uiythes sls- n colors to her home In an ambulance yes- lcr ' Mlss L* 11 " Blylhe, 'for n few i in the tmtay. Although Improving from tl: 'J' 6 "- Thc >' are en route to points conclus- the two major operations which ot F1 o''Ma where they will sppnd she underwent, Mrs. George win four months. Mrs. B. p. potter enterlained nembcrs of the Tuesday Contract club and three guests, Mrs. Cheser Nabers, Mrs. Richard Dickinson ind Mrs. Clyde Bishop Nicholson, vith a party at her home last light. she underwent, Mrs. George „.„ be confined to her bed tor a few -~ v ~ "" "m iui u iu.s r "• •*• *wiu \\iu spend I'Ticiay in more weeks. Her daughters, Mrs. Memphis with MIS. Ford, 'who is ut Fred Sallba, and Miss lone George the Baptist hospital there. Mrs. Of Cfti('f>. 7)1 U'lin IIQ rl r.«, A .. ...ii t. T^rtrrl (c- nvt^.n,*t n,i t _ . _ _ . ." , of CRlro, ill., who had been with her, also returned home. ».^s. lubttt *i i,n nuiiii;, * t wui uiv; vnoij biJU J.*> ill AIOlHJfl V ... H. Smart Jr., was removed a "d she will return home the fol- yeslerday In nn Ambulance (o his lowing Sunday, home from the Memphis Baptist Miss Marie Ami nlnckwell Is nospiial where he had been unoer- resting well nt the Blylhevlllo hos- ?„ "uni'iuu wueie ne nan Decn unoer- resting well nl the was the (going treatment for a few <iays. pltal following u, erne of the dec oral on« hMn<» Mrs Rinurt n,-nnr.,,,on;«,i ..,„. ',_r , ,. . . heme of Ihe decorations, beln a •specially emphasized in the tallies ind bouglis of red berries arranged iboul Ihe house. Mrs. A, G. Hall was high and *irs. John C, McHaney Jr., second high scorer In the bridge games. s Hostess To Club Mrs. Harry Kirby was hostess to Mrs. Smart accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James will ° ' the Christinas holidays with their "" there, Mrs. James of be/ore her ma .-.-„., Nov. 30 Miss Jamesina McDanlcl, cf Joncsboro. luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. M. o. Usrey, regent, paid a tribute lo Mrs. B. H. Whitelaw. ",7i "'"' v>% " B"i-»io. ™re. R. i.i. i nigtit irom Memphis where a charier member of the local an " Mrs - B S'ron Morse, for I went yesterday to he with chapter, who recently celebrated """"'""' K - ''— - her 8'!th birthday. The meeting was opened with the ritual and pledges o: allegiance '" u " 10 • wen; useu 101- in to the ^Jlag «ncl -to the country. R lece of tnc dining table at wliicli Reports' were linade by the olficers ' and chairmen of the various departments. It was announced that five United States ships were eligible for the placque given annually by Ihe national organization of D. A. R., for superiority in target practice. Five awards will therefore be made. The group voted to continue the care of Its "adopted" local girl and her family which is a project they have had since their organization here. For the program, Mrs. James Kill Jr. described Christmas In the While House as it was when Dolly Madison was hostess. A turkey dinner was served at a table in which the red and green color motif was dominant. The feature table ornament was a dive: vase of red carnations, while place cards simulated lighted Christmas tapers. • * • O. E. S. Elects Officers Mrs. J. D. Smith was elected worthy matron and Russell Greenway, worthy patron of the local chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star at a party given last night by Mrs. J. A. Saliba, retiring worthy matron. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. J. E. Patterson, associate, matron; J. L. Lewis, associate patrdn; Mrs. Charles Alford, secretary; Mrs. 5. P. Martin, treasurer; Mrs. Rutli Kyle, conductress; Mrs, R. A. Copeland, associate conductress. The remainder of the olficers will be appointed by the worthy matron-elect following her installation. Mrs. .r. E. Patterson gave a reading, "of. This Torment." Mrs. sahba used Christmas decorations for the Hall where she gave her party. The group piayeri games after which a salad course van served. The hostess presented each member wllh a gift from the brightly lighted Christmas tree. The chapter will entertain for Mrs. Saliba at a parly Monday night at eighl o'clock at the home of Mrs. Copcland. Has Club Parly Tnc Vuieiide season influenced the decorations for the party of Miss Miry Spain Usrey last night when she entertained members of the Double G club and one guest, Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. The hoslcss served a dessert course with coffee at the conclusion of the games. Miss Patty Shane was hirh and Mrs, Taylor, second high scorer. Osccola Bride-Elect Honored at Luncheon Miss Marian Cromer of Osceola bride elect of Allen Segraves, also of that ctty, was complimented with a luncheon given yesterday by Sirs. L. O. B, Young, of Osceola, who entertained eight out of town pieiU with a party at the lioinc of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens. Stately white narcissuses .. and „ j ..,.« ..uu>mu bu v.mi-ku^itt. nitumin;i, Ll JOllLSUOlO nembcrs cf the Tuesday Bridge Oscar Fcndler returned last lub and two guests, Mrs. A. G.I night from Memphis where •'.tile and Mrs. Byron Morse, for I went yesterday to he with his party at her home yesterday alt- [ brother, Dr. Benny Fendler who r " oon - _, underwent an appendectomy at t'he Bronze and henna chrysanthe- John Gnston hospital where he Is . .. —••— .•.%,**••** v+iijo«*i\n-_- uuiin VJHSMJJ,! xiusniuii wilcrc nc Is mums were used for Ihe center-j an interne. He is resting verv \ve'l rvl*>f*<i r»f t lirt J [.,(,,« I«K1_ ™t — .1. :_\ \ .. , ,, * !!*•'•• _ Mr. uiid Mrs. Charles Morcheacl . For activeyouiig debs —-Kaj'scr's amazing new stocking with a wide Lastex hem— r f > super for sports— *, ; dandy for dancing! ^ It's <l'\ffcrciit cnoufrh to be exciting and beautiful, too. FastetilS'imble-lVce to your garters and see how comfy and stretchy they are! You'll love the give, tin; lake and the mere fact they're different! 85c-81.00 $1.15 APPLEBAUM'S Marie Applebauni, Prop. four months. f. H. Ford will spend Friday In ' . . Ford Is expected lo be removed from the cast she Is In Monday performed last night. Mrs. M. C. Hocgeen, of St, Louis, has returned to her nemo alter vlslled relatives here nnd I'ruyer by Mrs. li. c. Steelo 6r., and Mrs. U. C. stwle Jr. read for (lie di'vollonnl the third clm|.'t<T of Jolm nml first clwpter of Acts. Mis. f. F. McCuichen, nsslslcil by Mrs. George Epenee, snve (he balance of ihc Mission study book. During (he social hour Christmas carols were sung after which Mrs. aleclc Sr., who Is leaving raon, »as presented with n handkerchief shower ami also a beautiful house coat from the members of Ihc so- flt'ty. The hostess served n refreshment plate. • • * Mr. nnd Mrs. lilllie Pounds and children of the No. Bight community spent Sunday In Cooler with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaughn. Mrs, Hobcrl Hushing nnd daughter, Jerry, spent Sunday nt Ilnyll wuh her mother, Mrs. Salliu Harris iiiul- Inmlly . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowls vlslled friends In Kcnnclt Sunday aller- 110011, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Burkett and daughter, Onlska, ol orecnwny, Ark,, were .In Cooler Sunday visit- lug relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert, Vnughn are visiting rclnllvc.i In points of Tennessee. They will spend Iho latter part of (he week wllh Mr. Vaughn's nother In 1 Brazil. Mrs. W. J. livnns of Mnplcwood wiis hero Sunday visiting her sister. Mrs. Basil McChlrc. Margaret McClnre was n vlsllcr In Blythovllle yesterday nf- iM'iioon. Earnest, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ashcraft of Lllbourn, >ul formerly-.of Cooler, who has )ten seriously 111 dor several weeks, ins been litkcn to a hospital In Cape GUardcau where hi* condition Is critical. He has whooping cough nml pneumonia. An mint, Mrs. Ray At The Hospitals Hlylhevllli; Ilosjillal Mrs. J. a. Faulkner, city, dls- ml.yjed, curlclon Smllh Jr., city, dismissed. Born (o Mr. and Mrs. Fnmkl'.n voung, city, a dnughler yesterday afternoon, PAGE KIVB' Ixnils Bn.ssy, noseland, admitted W. A, Thompson, Promised Uuid ndmllicd. Mrs. W. K. Green, clly, dlsmls-c Memphis SI. Joseph's llospll:il Mrs, lincko 1'nck, C'linHhersvIll, admitted. Memphis MflhuiUsl Husjilln) Jerry Holly. Cooler, ndiii'.ttcd Marriage Licenses Nln? couples have applied nl thn Ulylhovlllo ofllce of Ihe counly court clerk for licenses lo wed during the past two weeks. Names of Ihe couples nnd (he minister or oltlcer performing the ceremony, If listed, follow: Onmes McCormlck nnd Miss Ef, B Lois OHibbs, bnlh of Manila. i by Magistrate T. ],. cassldy; Wll- Hnm Henry FJtzmnurlco nml Miss Chnrllnc Poolc, b:lh or Tyler, Mo', oy Magtslrnlo Oasstily; Harrison Leon \Vclls nnd Miss Myrmn Sides both of lllylhcvllle, by Miiglstriilo Cussldy; lirvln Edward lllelmrds. of San Francisco, nnd Miss Agii'M Lorene Word, of Luxara, by Mngls- tratij Cas-sldy. Edward Woodrow Hoppor, of Tnnmuni, nnd Miss Leltle Man H;pper, of Tomato; Hozlo Half and Miss Alberln lie)), both of Caraway; Edward 1'ngo nnd Miss of Uliotlcs and Miss Dolly Lucille Slinrpc, both of Blylhevlllc, oy MnglBlrnio T, L, Cnssldy; J, M, Wilson, ol BiyUiiiville, and Mrs. Japanese cherry trees bear no fruit; they are planted -merits, * ';« She'd Kallter Have Stockings... Glvo !,<,, MOJUD illK S10CKIHOJ ^ "Jht Stockings Ific 5c««n Start Weai" y 89c lo $1.35 FLOYD WHITE SHOES HOSIERY TOO Nation Watch & Ring Offer! For A Limited |^|HH»| Time Only! /Ztfofojf IlMUlUflll !!!.„..„. bcl and IJulovu Wntcli MATCHI5IV BNGAGK9IKNT SET I'crfccl Kollliilro Iviinnffcinciit niiiiiionil ami mulclied gold ring. 'BRYANT JEWELtR Corner Main and Second Streets ..„ ,, „ , , Mrs. 11. H. Ilouchlns and Mrs. Jones of Cooler, Is with him today, One of the most attractive Christmas packages-see it in the stores and order your Christmas Chesterfields now. Chesterfields, with their real mildness, better taste and delicious aroma, give real pleasure to anyone who smokes. You can't buy a better cigarette. esterfields t 1519, tiwtrr k MVEH ToMCco Co. M atfaactive (ztftctM&m

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