The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 27, 1936
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i • -Vv : -^i" 4 7 i ?PAGB:TWO BLYTHEVILLB (AflK.) COURIER NEWS NOVEMBER -27, lose Hornersville Society — Personal Keiser News _,. Is Oh». ' f The last/ot the autumn lea,yes, 'corn sfaUts ' and chrysanthemums , and the first of the red berries ' We'effecthely,arranged In decorating the Woman's club Tuesday _ afternoon uhen Mrs. Loy Welch, MT$*JWISS B Clark, Mrs, Roland Green, Mrs. p' A, Taylor and Mrs 0 G. Redman acre hostesses to 112 'guests for a bridge party. jThe entrance hall was banked wit,h corn stalks and boughs of the dllng leaves and leases and berries > hung from the windows thiough- out the large room for the setting ot tlie Thanksgiving party. Bronze apd" while chrysanthemums made the centerpiece for the mantel o' -'trie fireplace and this was flanked Tilth red berries and green foliage Urns of berries had been placed against the walls and vases of sel Igw chrjsanthemums and bab; breath were on the pianos and ta , fcles' A Thanksgiving table \ias arranged with a basket, made from a; pumpkin Q\erflQWin(c with fruit, a4jd bouquets of tiny yellow chrysanthemums were at each side *A plate lunch, which was In keeping with the Thanksgiving holiday, \\as served at the tables, decorated ylth Thanksgiving coders In , the bridge games hand-made lur- Key tallies and pumpkin score pjds emphasized jellow and brown Shades. J Mrs, J. \V. Parker. \\))0 won nigh, score prlwi selected a table lifiip, For second high prize, Mrs ET R Mason chose a cajd I able Maderla. pillow slips were fliosen - riy.Mrs. T. O. seal for third high and 'for fourth high Mis. T. P. Hudson, of Luxora, selected a tablo fcntcrptecf. Mis. Mm C. Mc- Hancy received n crystal ash tra> set for htuing the lucky lally. Mrs. V, G. Holland and Mrs. Edwin Robtn'son. During the soola) hour the women made scrspboote find doll clpthes, to be Use4 In Ohrlslmas xiskets, A mlnfatuio scrapbopk was presented each member ' Mrs. Tant. Bits of Mostly Personal Mrs. E. M. Terry; Mrs. John 0. Mr ' andf ^ ,„.„,, ,„„„. McHancy, Mrs. I O. Westbrook and son, JesseLoron, went jr. and Mrs Taut invited tlio Memphis Frldny to /* the of the chinch and their nual Christmas parade.They re- FayettcvJIle, are at Home for holidays; 8h,erlfl clarence H. WILson, wh, Is 111 at the Mcmphl^ Baptist lios pital, Is ripw much Improved; Eddie B.,pavld went down UxUiy^to vlsl him and lo make preparations fo Installing a rndlo In his room & that he may hear the Blythevllle Columbus game broadcast ionlght • Miss vester Ezell went to ?l}le Monday to spend a ;he guest of Mrs. Vlrgiq pal: Mr. and Mrs. B, . S. Lai . wept to Parminaton Sunday tp to Miss Harris' home in Murray, Ky. Miss Katherine Spurgeon left from her home In white Pine, The IJorior Roll of students in[Tenn. Miss Sue Wood Is'spending the Kelscr ?cb,ool for the :thlrd Thanksgiving In St. Louis, Mo. Miss month pf school Included one ninth Ua * Verne• Crisp is 'visiting Mrs. grader, 'Sybil . Crews; one tenth S. E. Templeton in Marlon, Ark. grader, Allean McKntght; two Miss Nettle'Bush Adams and Miss eleventh graders, Juanlta Lowe and. Elizabeth Ison left for Wllmore, Helen Gibson;• and three scniprs,, Ky..- Mrs,. Spence Williams will ' pelols Johnson, Buth olillds,'and, visit her mother In west point -"Anderson. Miss. Mr. Knight, Jeff, for St Louis "Talking books" : are available or the blind lu England. 'Ten ecords contain the whole of'a >ook of 80,000 words and each Ide of a record-'runs, for-about lalf an hour. ' Bociid several days visiting the family of Mrs. Langdon's sister, Mrs, Bailey Walker. . John Od(ii, manager of the .East, Arkansas Lumber Co., is a meeting In Little Rock. - Mr and Mrs. Alb;rt Jordan ol Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Howard pome Bconomtcs building Tuesday afternoon H. Robin •an, manager qi i'«,J«M eou .presiding and Miss : Horence Lumber Co., is attending ... . . friends to a tea to be Given at the home of Mrs Terry Monday, from 3 to 8 o'clock. Son Born. A son was born and Mrs, < Keiser, at Memphis. to Mr. of ppssy spent') Joseph's hospital, .uiiicd. Satuiday afternoon Mr. and Mrs r>an M. Dunkln spent yesterday hj Flpsott with Mrs, Drill's sister, Mrs, 3, H. Keller, and. family, Misses Katherliio and Florence In Son ISorn, A son was born yesterday to Mr, and Mrs. Charles M. Abbott, at the Blythevllle hospital The pair, vho weighs eight and a half Dund!>, has been named Peter Ml w Before hej nmrrlagc Mrs Abott was Miss Paulino Prewltt. liss Pauline Thfupp Weds Dyersburg Mar bronchial A. arrived Wednesday to and Posey is In FaycttevIUc 'wliere she 1$ spending ,hc neckcnd with Miss Huth Ann Jackson, Mrs. R. A CorMloud. who underwent an op3ratlon Monday at the Memphis Baptist hospital, (s resting very well, Dr. Fdna Nles, who [s confined to hei bed because ol a, back Injury, Is resting \cry well Mrs Wllliaii) Berryinsn Is -- Memphis, v Mrs M. A. Mi and guests of Mr, and ' A J for the holiday, Mrs Tom Ray and her guests, Mrs. J. T, H*mUt«lv;M!> and Mrs. Elmer Hyiit and Mrs. . . , , , . pf Kennett, were guests. Pf Mrs. Dave Egbert, ot St.; Louis, spent Hamilton's psienls, Mr, fln4 Mrs. 'lost Friday shopping In Memphis. A. A. Allen lor Thanksgiving- Miss Hazel RJpg ppent holiday aj. > as ti)0 gilcst of Mi'ss Vs!rn» Johri son. - * Mrs. Ira Dray and daughter, Mury ; (Hid Miss Ro-sa M Hardy spent yesterday in dates, Tenn, with rel- ,!' Mrs. iiobert Hill, of capj Olrar , deau spent Hie week '.end here w tn .her mother, Mrs. 1. B. Kinsoiv- her s!ster t Mrs. Rpgei atives, Pr, and Mrs, Paul L. fiplbn jOul ol town guests were- Mrs J t Pigg. Mrs Edward Sogravcs ant Jrs Donald }Verlt, of psceolci Mrs R C. I/mgston. Mrs Russsl BO<Ben and Mrs. Hudson, of Lux 6ra, Mrs. J, M, Workman an Mrs. J, W. McCullouch, of Slceli *" t « » H',; Club Parly ,' The Young Mntrons Budge ch met W^" 6 ^ 8 ^ of- this;w.eek •'• ^**»^d-of ' for the usual C party Tuesday afternoon, Mrs, Murra Smart, was litBtess , Besides the club members, Mi Oscar Hardaway was o, guest I thej g»n\es Mrs , Doyle Hendersc wo^ the pn?e, handkerchiefs t An.jspto salad was served wun ice 'box cake.s ., , i i ~."?T~ •(• <• | Ente;Uins Club 't Mrs' Harrv-iKirby ri"ad ths Wedi nesday Bridge club when she Jjerv* store ed /lunclu in' the" dining • r^om, \vhlch was decorated with a ceil, terniecejof chrysanthemums. | In the bridge games Mrs Es- lelfc Cooke Vollmer won high and Mrs i Baker Wilson, second high * * i * C|ub M«ts ' i The Tuesday Bridge club mem uers'liad lunch and played bridge at the "home of Mrs M A. Isaacs this week. Red Roses made the^ce'nterpiece for "the dimni room table, where^lunch'was serv cd before the card games Mrs Harry Kirby T\on high and Mrs 'j. Nick Thomas, second'high' Christian Women Meet | The Woman's club of tlie Fust Christian church met Monday afternoon, at the home of Mrs M. T. Moon - " | Mrs C -A Tant, piesident, pie- sided In the meeting which was opened with praj ei by Mrs George W- Barham. An assortment of gifts, donated by the members,, will be given to the'WPA SOPHIE room here r j r This committee' \\as appointed to- cooperate with the ,official! Ixrard of the church in preparing) foi a congregation dinner and program on the evening of December 9- Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mo —t ruiiin'c Thmpi) of (his city apd fr. Charles Jacob! of Dyersbiire 'enn , were married hero Sunday losember 22, at the homo ot the ride's parents, Mr and Mrs. L E Thrupp, of west Seventh street The marriage was solemnized by ho Rev. D. K. Fostei, pastor of he First Baptist church, who lead tlie single ring cci oniony, Ojily nembeis of the family and n few nllmale friends were present. The vows were exchangd In front of a bank ol qhrysimtnonuiiiis that lad been nrranged hi froJU of iroplace Other autumn Hdoriie.d tha rooms, 'The brlde.'-whp was gowned In rust velvet with black accessories \\as attended by her sister, MU Merry Thrupp, who was also at- tlrcd in rust velvet vvllli brown accessories. The, groom.wns attended by Mr. Dale Kclgley of Cprn- Ing, Ark. Mrs Jacobl Is a grndimle of Ca- ruthersvllle high school and of Ihr nurses', training course 'at the "hospital in Dyersburg. Tlie groom Is the son of Mrs. Charles Jacob! and the late Mr, Jacobl of Dyersburg, Tenn,~ He :t'aduated from Dyersburg high ffi^SByTE^-feaSia"? Niu,h are B f°^ v n Rownson, pf Carqtjiers- sltC the Vllte. is a Wtlent at Bt Joseph/a sinng tnc i hosp(tal| Memuh [ 5 noon . . spent Thanksgiving Mr, nnd Mrs. L,, G In Wc?l Point, M'ss, parents of Mr. Nash, Butler vln, irp, Rogers, Lath [tin „., Joe Wilson, of Manila! ha* bean . Mrs. Sue C)ay coleman of Memr Thp Keiser P.'T. A. met in the P'US and daughter, Nanov Sue Mrs ,...:,__ .....,,,_.- „. p«o Koehhlcr of Dell a,!d daughter, : Margery Nell, and i Mrs. Greg, nani of -Wilson spent Thanksgiving with their, mother,, Mrs HP Dunavant, In KeL>ser. Mrs. Bertha Hudson Is visiting friends In Cpldwater, Texas. .,-- on egglamount to appro? Imately 01 per gent pf the ?ost. ; Powell and Miss Olivia Harris as hostesses. The dollar for having the largest number of parents present Went to tlie fourth, grade of which Mrs. Spence Williams Is teacher. * * * ' Most of tlie Kelssr teacliera left Wednesday afternoon for the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Olivia Harris and Miss Florence Powell FOUND! The only liquid remedy that is : pgsitively GVARANTliED w; cure v the'worst cases of ATHLblb J> FOOT within fourteen days. Ihls .•-. highly antiseptic liquid is called BROWN'S LOTION. Don't use ;, messy salves and bandages. , , . -V BROWN'S LOTION is applied with • a cotton swab, only at night; no • bandage necessary. Many cases ol ,. ATHLETP/S FOOT cured with }. four or five applications. Sold ; and guaranteed at W and Sl.OO, "V .; Klrby Bros. Drug Co. >; HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS. A DAY Doctor* »: liny lub« iv your kidneys contain 15 nl!w or filters whic'j help to purify me her Ing, and Manning. Mitt Blanct Hayes, who has been attending college at Springfield Mo., resumed her work In the Cardwell school Monday. Mr. and Mrs, S. W. Anderson sr. | and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Anderson _ _. jr. of Ncttleton.; Ark,'^re euests ^^jSl^^^^fKc^n.i, blnd'anf ktep you litall! about3pint3aa»y° ra P c y. Most peuplo Stacy, William Faiight and Bob Goodrich, who attend Arkansas Stale collage at | Jonesboro, aro home for the holidays Mr. and Mrs J. Cecil Lowe went lo Memphis today where Mrs. Lowo will consult her phylslelnn. She Is now much Impiovcd after having been ill for some time. Mrs, W. J. Leroy Heads Lepanto Mission Group LEPANTO, Al'k.— At n meeting, Sunday of the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Gray. •'..'.-• Mr. nud Mvs.jOr.vulc Carter and daughter, Joan, who spent the past Uo months with Mrs. Carter's paients. Mr. and Mrs. John Noel, returned to their home in Flint, Mich., last Wdny. Sir. and Mrs. M. Fitzslmmons were guesls of Mr, and, Mr?. S T. Brandon, at Wilson, yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. nb> Hunter have Wednesday of the Missionary of of the First Methodist Lcpanto Mrs. LeRoy, wife .bf tnJ burning tlivra there ttjy \« epmethmE virong «ilK;Hiur kidncya tr.W«iliIef.' v - ' AnWeetLaciai or jioUom in your blood, •ii-AraiclJomd ildnty duortlm, m»v "°- s » > -' • ^tache, rheumatic lojs of pep. fl ' lt ' en - Life Has An Added Zest These Days . . . Christmas Is In the Air pains, luinliagp, leg palna e^ay. getting:up nlRlitB, BI uiiucr tbe'eycft, ncaaocliea^B-- , . Don't vraljl Ailc your Jru^ul Ice Doans rilli; uwl «utcess[un».by ijiilbow for.o«r.« veara. Tliey itvehapnv'reljef tt\d^-ulnKi>t]ifi 15 milo of kidney tub« nusb out uotrowu wute froia your blcxxl. Get Doana rj]U.'. Patents on all revolutionary! devcloiimcnts In Hie television field arc held in the .United States, and foreign countries have had to lease '-^American rights to make progress- in the industry. returned lo Memphis after spending two months here w^ilc Mr. Hunter uas employed «lth the U 6, .engineers. Mr. and Mrs. M. school and received h|s B S, degree njpliarniBjCy at the Ui^vorslty of the pastot, was elected Othei ofdccis are: president,'Mrs' C. A Waid, recording secretary, Mrs. Lay ton Seymour; correspon<l- h)g i,cciotai7, Mis. Q B Deyerie, conference tiea^urer, J. P Stuckcy; local treasurer, Mrs, L' . D Mu|Hm; btydy leader, Mrs. Fred Filzsimmons | gtud,^' pqperin endent pf «t go lo Paducah Ky., tomorrow | , |al se ^, „ „ j olm p^,.. ^ to meet Mr Fltzslmmons 1 sister, I ' r • - <t<« Tsnncsseej! He Is associated " ' In operating" Dyersburg ' drug Mrs, Tom Morris, of Denver, flying to Paducah Miss Mortlm Ann Lync}i, who attends Sophie Newcomb college at New Orleans, Is at home for lha holidays A Roland Hunt, who has been cr)t- ically ill from typhoid fever and complications, U greatly Improved, I He Is at the Memphis Baptist' hospital , 'Eddie Saliba and Dick Tlpton «ho atfend'the state university nil Tlie University of Oxford was founded , b'y' King Alfred ' of England In ?'2 \ FRIED CHICKEN EyeVv Mon.f& T ' " P-cnd onurler News WanC Adi BUculti Every DICK'S CAFE the : ;\\'?yite(lfTo Sell Half "jqwn.Vy,". Balance Ncxl>Fall -?- iJJ Hubbard furniture Go- Everything for your eiitertalhrnen !-':- ; and comfort Last time Today "Theodora ROBES Have the Unexpected in a Practical Gift : Tailored Hobea' and House Coats in dart and high .' colors. Materials of falls, • - silk, satin, crepe, flannel,. corduroy and angora. WeCpae By The Thousands ?ho dresses we've .cleaned . in -on r years of cxpci- ience ni)mber many thousands. We- know our business. G /M: t/ata riRISTM Savings- Phone 53 ITS EXPERIENCE THAT COUNTS! HUDSON CleanorrTailor-CIolhier The Sign Thai WINS a Care-Free Christmas Are you one oi the pany thouiands in on a carefree Christmas this year by saving Proiit sharing dividends in Chrittmas Savings Stamps? If not, start now for this year and 1937 • Irene Duniie ;atidi Mclvyn Dougks Paramount News', Pictorial ; . -Vv.' and Comedy ',;'.'-. •'.• - :.— Adniissiori— . : '•'• ": Matinee— iO'.& ; E6c •(' .-'.,'-. Night— 1« : & s ;.3Gc .•••!;. Saturday Only YOU SEE THEM NOW YOU DON'T When Kayscr "Marvclrays" vanish under your dress, they really Aanish! No bumps or ridges with these gleet little softies! 'U\ You can't buy Letter .rajon, slimmer fit, longer wear. Least of all, for a mere Quality stores, Profit Sharing to buyers for cash or accounts paid as Roland's Bootery Rite Price Grocery & Market Jiedei's BlytheviHe Laundry-Cleaners Chas. S, Lemons Parkhurst Co. Pat O'Bryant Fowler Drug Co. Modern Beauty Shop The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. lUythcville, Ark. Bank Redemption'"Agent i!5c-lo Ta> . .Night lallnres Friday. Satiirilay, Sariaa? rliliy '& Sunday ? niatinces—2:> ! aturdny Matinee .— Continuous ihqwlnj — 1:00 Till 11;00'P, M Friday - Saturday NEGLIGEES Negligees In pastel shades 'trimmed -with lace and" rliinestone :;buUons. jt A .lsp ( .... dark colors'" of. llie.^ i^orc"' '., lailored/typc. - . i I BUY NOW! . ,0ur. . 'Stock " Ts ' . Complete,,'. Also Cartoon and Serial— "The Cliitchlng Hanft" ivilh'Jack Mulliall Conliiiiious ; Saturday Sunday -Monday . Also,.Cartoqri;,and: Serial^'jAcc • Drummond'*, TviiX^Jolm.iKing, ., '.'ana iNpaji Berry.] jr.,- ;',. —Admission—'. 'Til 5 , P. M.—10 1 Aflcr-'S ' : P.'- r M.^i6 : — Coiitliiuous ' . She Expects Something'Lovely ---.-Meaning LUXURIOUS UNDERTHINGS Lounging Pajamas, tailored and .dressy. -Satin, Crepe, Alpaca .and.Corduroy. Colors are wine tones, purple, green, blue: and .black pine. : .. ''-. ' :• -. ' ' : '.;-;::;;-,',: |3,95-10; $10 Sunday - Moi =^2> 'CHESURFIEID M01IQN PICTURES CORR UGUST, WEEK-END M-G-M't DAZZLING SUCCESSOR TO^'•"-' "THE GREAT; •.ZIE6FEiD""l'*" s ^ "*'* ^ BORN .ODMK1 EleSirPowell r-^A JAM» STEWART fr:*J\ VH.^ BRUCE C ,««W Uf»M»Kll ?o^ l *b fl»H«*T • SLEEPING PAJAMAS Tailored ahcl laced trinimcd.'. Beautiful •;prints and: solid pastel 5hailes T as : well as vivid colors in Balbrjggan'by Vanity Fair. \Also FpxfMovjclon.e''News'. Aiid'.Cotaedy .',,• ' 'rl"-.'i^ 1 ' i':-,.>' '• Also Varamount hc«T> an*," j~ c the Sailor Meets binbad i" c Sailor' 3 Z Reel Coined) in Technicolor —\dmlssion bunda)—- All I)aj-16 i 3«c —Admission MOIW')-" Maliucc—10'* "» c Mjhl—16.& 36o -Coi-tnmoui, Slibwlug *> un ™ TUESDAY, DEC. 1$50.00 BANK NIGH 11 Gowns.. Tailored and lace trthimcd. Satin, '. crepe, batiste, anil balbriggan. $1.25' 10-35.05 :o-!5.95 Costume ''Slips •By Vanity Fair. Glove ;silk, satin and .crbpc: Dark and • pastel-colors. ?1.05 to: §3.95 Hteji-Ins Toniuoy "panties and long titc pantieo by Van• ity Fair. '. 51.00 fo 51.50 N c w and glamorou.'i Taffela, Crepe, Velvet and Lace. All .colors of the rainbow. §10.95 Up Velvet livening _Wr;ius $12.95 to S25 Evening Bags . Seed Pearls, Crystal, Velvet and Silver and Clold. Hiiiiidkerc|iicfs Fcr all occasions • to match any coslumo. 25c to §1.25 Men's hand made Linen Handkerchiefs . $1.25 HOSIERY That Needs'NO. Introduction Vanity Fair aiid Gotham Gold' Stvi'pe. All popular shades' a\xd all popular weights,- fiffim sheerest to service. '79c : lo §1.35 GLOVES Kuetlc. Pigskin, Cape Skin, French Kid, Suede Fabric and Wool. 'Colors green, rust, broVn . aiid/,black. ""' $1.00 > to §3.05 Miss Whitsitt's Shop

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