The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 14, 1939
Page 5
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, DECEMBER H, 1939 Garuiliersville Society — Personal Now You Can ,-Swim in Corset J3LYT1IEVILLB'{ARKI) COURIER NEWS TiK'sd.'ty r.uncheou Club Mccls Mrs. George Lincoln was hostess to Ihe Tuesday Luncheon Club ni'.d a number of guests at the Top Hat Cafe this week. The guest* meluciecl Mesdames O. W. Clrillon Marry Baker, E. C. Pierce. Wid Matthews, John Martin, \v. E. G Graham, j. \v. Tiplon. Harry Ridglcy and A. B. Rhodes. Mrs. Homer - Turner was voted in as a new member following the resignation of Mrs. J. s. Wahl. High score club prize, pillow cases was won by Mrs. A. P. Ncifind, ami Mrs. Turner won club brlctgo. hosiery, similar prizes were awarded to Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Ridgley. who won guasl high and guest bridge,, respsctivcty. Woman's Club Sleets Mrs. W. 1>, no'aerson Sr, and Mrs. H. 5. Smith were joint hostesses at the Woman's Club meeting which was held Tuesday afternoon at the Smith residence, During the business mectinj, ( W o new members were voted into membership, Mrs. Walker Prince and Mrs. P. S. Petty. It was also voted to give $10 lo the p. T. A. milk fund. Mrs. Monell DeRei^n, Mrs. f.ouis ScluiR and Mrs. Frank Orgcl were appointed as n committee to arrange to send Christmas baskets to the patients from Pemiscot county now at. Mt. Vernon Stini- torium. Mrs. Roscoe Coker v:as in charge of the program whicli was on the subject, of Motion Pictures. Her talk was divided into three parts on the trend toward realism, double features anil short .subject.?. At (lie close of the program, Mrs. Coker led a movie quiz, and a pri™ was RH'nrded to Mrs. Schult. At the close of the meeting, a Christmas salad plate was served consisting of chicken salad on a pineapple star, pickles, Saratoga wafers and mints and coffee. i , Monday Night Rank Club j | Mrs. Roy Ainsworth entertained ' members of the Monday Nrjht! Hook club at tlic Top Hnt Cafe this week. Mrs. J. L. Donahue was club guest. High score prize, a basket of sachet balls. \vas won by Miss Mamie Hernclon, and Miss Beatrice Garret t received a set of bath crystals an dpenvdcr (or low- score prize. Guest prize to Mrs. Donahue was a set of cologne and balh poa-der. A salad course, followed by fruit cake ami coilee were served. During the games homemade candy and cold drinks were served. Tallies, score pads, and table decorations were in., Christmas colors. T. N. T. Club Meets The thirteen members of the T. N. T. club met Tuesday afternoon nt the home of Miss Harriet Anne Pierce. The afternoon was spent 't-K-u. aim uitt;muim was spent, "- "ic»ci, mm an me uusmess ses- i playing binso. Prizes were won | sio " which followed a note or ,vp- by Mary Sue Brooks, who received | I"'eeiation from Mrs. Cora Miller, n of candy, and Nancy Ellen | to wl! om the club gave some glass- Berry, who received a perfume bottle. Afler the games ,a chicken a la king supper was served lo the EUesls. Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. George Jennicr were hosts at a ccon dinner at the home of Mrs. E. W. Shade Tuesday night. Home and table dec-1 M«- George eal led (he club in orations \v:re in the Christmas i a nllrnber of games and the club theme. planned to remember several needy The guests were Mr. and Mrs. IamiUes wlth Christmas baskets. Leonard Shade and daughter, Miss Patricia, Mrs. B. Vi. Shade, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shade and daughter, Martha Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hart. Mrs. Charles Ridjlcy. who lias Mrs. Minnie Marshall, Mrs. Paul Mehrle and Mrs. Percy Wright of Blytheville were Memphis visitors Monday. Mrs. C. G. Raw lea Tuesday nislit for Chicago, where she will visit with her daughter. Miss Mary Tiplon Ross, who is a student at Northwestern University there. Mrs. Ross will remain in Chicago until her daughter returns to Caruthersville for Christinas holidays. She was accompanied as far as Dyersburg. Tenn., by Mrs. J. u J3incs. Mrs. D. Ben Holly spent Monday in Memphis with her son, who submitted to an operation there Mrs. J. W. McCullough, Mrs. Henry Workman and son, John Elmer, of Slecle visited in Cnrutli- ersville Tuesday. LONDON (UP) — The hundred- year-old vclvctj- lawns of Bnshcy Park have been plowed as n war- lime measure and corn will be sown in the spring. Probably the last time it grew corn was in Napoleon's day. It probably had to come sooner t | — *-" *-JJ iti^J] JIIUUCIS the new corset bathing suit at Demonstration Club News Notes No Rrander pift for a man's Cliriitmasl Warm cotton blan- Itet cloth in smart patterns! If^l/ Tc,,. Chill-chasers to keep licr warm on frosty days. Pastel zephyr or worsted. Gay trims. Women's, DiJ t terns that don't unravel I Stlk and rayon —REINFORCED I •X^vpj;?;^ Dress Gloves . . . Especially when Ihcy'rc as smart as Wards pig-grain cape skin leather gloves I Unlincd. A hat 'n' scarf in one, hi soft warm wool I Girls snd misses love 'cm. YOU save 31c| Comfortable Women's Fed Gift Slippers The Box Elder Home Dcmonstra- tioh- T CIub met for a pot luck luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Walter Miller. After the luncheon the meeting was called to] order by the president, Mrs. G. L. Brewer, and in the business ses- cs, was read. Miss Cora Lee Coleman. county home demonstration ngent, explained t'ne Plant to Prosper contest and urged each member lo get a record book early in the year and begin now to plan to be a 1940 winner. Miss Coleman demonstrated a new way of cutting a mattress licking. Mi's. George eal led (he club in Lightning Chief Cause Of Idaho Forest Fires 130ISE. Ida. (UP)—Dry lightning, not the carelessness of mt\n, causes Oi the (otal blazes in Idaho forests this year, more than GO per cent arc caused by lightning storms not accompanied by precipitation. HELP Moctofs say yotir Hineys contain lo niilw o! liny luljM or tillers which help to purity lh» Mooil rn.l ktep you Iir.i!tt>r. KUnaya icrnon f f^'Y ^>' <Is srlci ['^i^ 1 " WM!G from your tilooi. Ttity firlp most people pruaaboutSpiDLi a <!av. '\l.c;x ^i-onier r>f kidney fyncllon permits l<ourmov» icntlcr lo remain in your blood, it ni:ij c.iujc Tinvs'fK i,xcxncha, tnciimatio pnins, fiirlits, B«':]!iii>:, imflincM under tha eyft^, hcAU- Fa t •J,"''| | ' ! '" II[C ;'- l'rei"">t or seinly PM . aUows thttc is !or;ielhiag wrong with your Pi""!*!IhiiV£''f ft°T J "*?' s> lor r)c> » n '« Vjati-Ti"}- f'.Y i'J-.'l'y rcir«fan,i' imuij'tlj 15 tmljs rf l-i.lnoy mlti fiuan n t uoisoDOU] *»ilt (lorn your l)lo>«l. Get I)tK< i T'ilU. We Will Buy Your 204 W. Ash St., Blylhcville Pilollc 75S Long Distance 33 55S »HilS'*Vr ' ™*^M$ffA™l wiltproof collars! padded soles, vamp triml j .r;'. .^.5 3 rrf.ti.V U-A'-X'.^'-.^..-^^-^.''!^;.^-b. ' Pretty and everybody needs 'cml Gay plaids. Bright colors. The big 20x40 size for service I ;•; ;« FavoriteGifll 'Av-'i ^' i '' { ' ren ' s .\3*J Bunny Slippers •-. v-o; i She'll "Uvc" in thcml Genuine lealhcr padded soles, ribbon trim, pompom. Gray, blue, wine. Give Kiddies ' Warm Robes IMlKwrBawnGlhs S4.1.V., rt.U^'.f''. Irimiiic,! l)iiili« s H C ,I ,j ackcts 9ft 1 49 C Smothered with lace, finished with ribbons—Christmas cxcite- mcntl Skck fitting rayons. j^:f:w^e^fK? Dainty bits of flattery with all kinds of adorable trims, Rayon satin. All sizes. . ' • '. y r °, s ' , and tow Pf'"' 5 or Luxurious! Practical! Fino • •: P' auls ' Cannon's best muslin smothered in cotton chc- qiiauty. Large and absorbent! nllle. 5 colors. White. 90x105. With trig/it red sheep's wooi cuffs and a bunny head triml No wander they love them I 6-2. Printed Cot ion Hankie) Poke at least one hanky into every gift you Rivet Gay colors, white grounds. Colorlast, The real cotton blanket cloth robes children adore. Warm shawl collars. Pockets. 4-M. P^:^^] Slip cmd I " —— p an , y SeU ' JJ To thrill a little ffirl. Lovely lace-edged rayon satin slip with matching panty. 2-14. Bargain! Tlitsc Rlorious, full-skirted cottons look twice their price I Newest styles. Tubfast. 14-44. T/ie Fastest Gift to Give I Iloxcd Hankies Xmaj Specie// Pure linen all dressed tip for Christmas giving with lace, embroidery, appliques! White.' • Bring your child for FREE 32-poge piclurestory: Rudolph Hie Red- Nosod Reindeer! 406-408 W. Main Phone 676

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