The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 18, 1939
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PAGE 1 TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting with Miss Sallle Mathls nt two o'clock. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mis. Renkert Wetenkamp. Mrs. Eltori W. Kirby having Tuesday Bridge club. Double G • club meeting with Miss Sara Jo Little. Mrs. John F, Kelnmlller entertaining; Tuesday Contract club at two o'clock, City Contract club meeting with Mrs. L. Q. Nash. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hardaway and Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Geo entertaining with dance El couiury club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr., entertaining Bi-Monthly Luncheon club. Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. 6. W. Mccutcheii. Mrs. Ben W. Hurpoie entertain' Ing ADC Bridge club nt Ilusllo Inn. . THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' Mrs. Tom Bradsher entertaining Thursday Dessert club. Mrs. Chorles Alford entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Double Pour Bridge club meet- Ing with Mrs. Rnyjlicnd EntlUi far •.. one • o'clock* luh'nhecn. v,,, Mrs, RQSS D. Hughes entertaln- :4:lrig Thursday Ltinclieoh clilb. = -• Cotlliloti 'club having dance at AmerWaii- Legion Hul. FLAPPER FANNY corn, mt tv KCA suvici,i«. r. *. an. u, 5. i By Sylvia Miss \Vo6dartl Hohofed At Slower Tea Saturday. . ; ABss ^fadine Woodafd, of Dell, bride-elect of Malcoinb Greeriway, was compjlmerited with a shower tea: given Saturday afternoon by Miss Jeanne Harrison at her suburban home. More than 60 sues Is were entertained at the affair, the dccor,-,- tive scheme of which was In blue, pink ahd white. These three shades • dominated the colors In tlie dining room while they formed a contrast, to Chrls'tnias . decorations in the i living - room and hall. Giiesls Were met at 'the door by Miss Harrison. - In die receiving ••-'-- " " ..... ' ' • iins her "Lnst slimmer I decided I wouldn't b'licve in Sanln Clntis any more. But I guess Christmas has got me feelin' kindn sentimental ngm'n." c't!. sou of Mrs. J. M. Johnson ariii the lats Mr. Johnsoii of Batiks, Ark. The wedding will be solemnized In January. Miss Bradley Is a graduate of the city high school and attended Arkansas Slate College nl Jories- boro. Mr. Joimson attended schools at Banks and Chilllcotlic Bushier College, Chllllcothe, Mo. He Is connected with the Southern Acid aiid Sulphur Company in K'orlh Little Rock. The Bradley family resided here for several years when Mr. Bradley was receiver for several dolimcl banks in Northeast, Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. • * » To liavp Christmns I'arly. mother, Mrs. E. M. Woodard, the hostess' mother, Mrs. Zal B. liav- rlsoh, arid the mother of the bridegroom-elect, Mrs. Corn Greenway. . Miis Margaret Holland aiid Miss Hobiri Gill of Dell presided over the lace draped table. Stately white tapers flanked (He center-' piece of roses, snapdragons, nar- clssilsses aiid gladioli In. Ihs pastel and white shades. Canapes, ncy will have Ihe annual Christ- cakes, mints and other-table deca- mas; pnily tomorrow ,nllernoon..»t| Tatinns TVTH» oil .!« Mm -»i..i. ui,,«' «-..._ ••'•,-, , v ...\ ... . -"•• rletl at the Christian chilrch in Cynthlana, Ky..'by the Rev. Sclmr- rnrtl, pastor of the church. Among the guests were Mr. and Mr. 1 ,-. Godfrey Wlitte and family, of Osceola. At The Hospitals •Silyllicvlle hospital Lewis Allen, Cooler, admitted milled. Mrs. Edn Jane Johnson, Luxora, dismissed. Mrs. J. c. Goodnight and bnby, cily, dismissed. W'.lls hnsriilal Nell Council, Steelc, admitted. . plllf McCormlck, city, dismissed. Jnmc.s rciiiilngtoii, Barflcld; dls- all •Iri.:the/plnk, blue the dining room rations and white. Assisting iii ...„ „..„„„ .„,.„ were Mrs. Ross Stevens aiid Mrs. Arthur Webb, of Osceola A brightly lighted Christmas tree ahd other holiday decori\-| lions were used in the living room . The Children of the Contedcr- missed. ncy will have the annual Christ- W. A. Thompson, city, dismissed. iMcmiiliis Baptist hospllal Mrs. L, P., Miller, Ifaytl, ad> mlttcd. •..•', S. E. Harrison, Joiner, admitted. McLcmore Clinic, Mvs. Charles Bcnll, Wilson, admitted. s-.iu- .vwwvu. v«V' t*lti ItUIilC Of ^IISS Sallle Sfaflils. ' . ' , Gifts will be distributed from (lie Christmas tree which will, be Ihe main feature of the phrty decorations. Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Mflry Alice Thompson of Memphis, spent yesterday here, having come up especially to sec her nephew, Hugh Nelson Thompson Jr., who was Injured in a chemical explosion four weeks ago. Ho is slowly Improving. Marlon Gray, of Memphis, spent the weekend here with tils parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray. James Guard, who IIIUL*}, im:>. j. r. uaniuii, Chrisilanson, Mrs. C. W. Irs. Lee Hardlson, Mrs. P. Spesiirth, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Jlimtley, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Llp- lillt nnd Hoycc BoHon, all of Mejnphls; Mr. and Mrs. f. 0, Wrstbrook Jr., am! Mrs. Weslbrnok El-., nnd Mr. and Mrs, Don Fletcher, of Joiner. - - "•••••«, «nv abiuuus uje Mlxs Frances Holland, who at- Northern Illinois College of Op- lends Louisiana Blale University tornetry at Chicago, has arrived at Baton Rouge, La., Is expected home to spend th<? Christmas rlall- i (o turlvc home Thursday to spend lje few days with his Elslpr, Mrs. V. G. Holland, mid Mr. Holland, Jjc !>Inns to return the middle of Die week. Ml.« Mildred Lou Iluuhnrd, s student at the University of Mississippi at Oxford, Is Kpending Ihe holidays here with her parents, Mr. nml Mrs. C. G. llubbard and family. Mis, John LnComnl and Mrs. Allen Brown, of Memphis, spent Friday nlel't here ivilh Mrs. IA- Compt's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon. Among the out, of town people heiv Saturday for the funeral of Mrs. Lou Eckels were: Mr. and Mr?. A. S. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mcliltoy Mrs. J. P. Carlton, Mrs. A. Christiansen, Mrs. G. W. Lewis, Mrs. Lee Hardlson, Mrs. P. days here with his parents, Miami Mrs. J. L. Guard. Mrs. George Carney, who has ibr holidays here with her par cuts, Mr. ahd Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mr. and Mrs, Byron Bartholo_, „„ ^,1....,.^, Wllll llilh flu. nllu 1V110, L>)1UI1 I3H1UIUIU- ill (or ft week nt her horns mm and sons, Byron Jr., Bill, on East Cherry street, is now improving. J. C. Ellis Jr., has arrived homo nnil Charles, and daughter. Cyi Ihia Ann, and Drury Walford, all of Memphis, spent yesterday hci'e Osceola i| Society — Personal u. ij. r.jiis jr., nas arrived homo °i iMumpmb, spuin, yesterday ncri from Oiilfjiort, Miss., tu spend the with Mrs. Bnrtholomew's parents holidays with his parents, Mr. and 1 Ml mill Mrs. W. S. Langdon. Mrs. J. C. Ellis. He is a student, at Gulfport Military Academy. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and Mrs. A. B. HoDaiid left for Rector this morning to lie with their father Judge D. D. Hollfield, whoso condition has become much worse after having been critical (or several weeks. Miss Mildred Mitchell, a student lit the Chilllcolhe Business college nt Chillicolhc, Mo., arrived home Iliis innmlng 1 0 spend the holidays here wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell. En route here she slopped in at. Lo,,j 5 [ 0 fipenc[ entUKlny night with her cousin, Mrs. Andrew t'rlesl, and Mr. Priest, Jack McCuiston, who attends Co^ Imribla Military Academy at Columbia, Tenn., is spending the holidays here xvith his ymrcnls, Mr. and Mrs. z. A. McGulston. Herbert 'iliompsoii went to Memphis yesterday to undergo a major operation at the, United Slates Army and Marine hospital. Ihe Her. and Mrs. James Ai -• •— •••< "*• ...^>.u«i.> .,," .,, Ovcrliolser nnd Miss Thelmji his sled dr.iwn by eight reimlccr. Worlhlngton spc'iil Saturday Iii.Bridal tallies were used in Hit Memphis where Miss Worthinglon Bames. Tlie refreshment plalc held and the Rev. Mr. Overholser at- ncdding hells nnd heart-shaped tended »n alumni dinner in honor, salad and sandwiches, of Dr. o. W. Shcwmnkcr, retiring j Mrs. John Blniord White received ;irofcssor of Southwestern college, costume jewelry for highest s:ore; The dinner wns given on the col- Martha Jane Cartwright embroid- lege campus. hercd linen towels for low; and Mary E. M. Terry Jr., Colemnn BteV-' Virginia Segraves a potted poin* ens, Todcl Hnrrison and Bill Hnr-; ECltln for cut prize, rlson cnriie Saturday to stiehd the Mrs. G. B. Seernvcs and Miss holidays with their parents, Mivl Segraves were lea guests ami Mrs, Terry, Mr. and'Mrs. C.,! V ' ' * • * John W. Eilrlnglon on Broadway Ihiiralny afternoon f or i c members of the Thursday Bridge dub and guests. Branches of liuircl and ivy were entwined around bountiful reproductions of Raphael's "Micloimn of the Chair", noJimaii's "Head of Christ", nnd other works of nit in the lidriiiglon home (hat is rich m tradition, sentiment., , m ,i r nm || y heirlooms. Tiny Christmas bells hung from chandeliers wr.ipped in greenery. Christmas tallies were used at the tables. In addition to members of the club, ths following were siu-sls: Mrs. W. C. Mason, Mrs C A. Davis .Mrs. Sam ifoclijos, Mrs. K. s! Lriver, Mrs. C. K. .Siillcnger, Airs. Fabcr White and Miss Emma Cox Mrs. II. J. Hale s:om! hlshcil among the club members to receive nn antique vase, and Mrs Fjbor A. White winning among the guests received n polled Ipanl, Potted ivy went to Mrs. W. C. Mason for traveling prize and a plant to Mrs. Ed Qulim for consolation. * * * rust Masters Night Osccola Masons honored all past masters of ths lodge at their resume meeting Thursday night when one. candidate was given the degrees with former worshipful masters occupying tlie stations. E. H. Began of LUxora acted as worsliiplul master; W. D. Kelly as senior '.rardsn; W. T. Toole, junior Mis. Ethoilrs ntul Mrs. WtrU Hoslesscs A most interesting and tcsllv-; affair oh the calendar of pre- miplial parties being given for Miss Marion Cromer, who is to be married to Allen Segraves during the holidays, was the afternoon bridge party given by Mrs. Joe Rhodes and Mrs. D. B. Wertz in the Rhodes home Thursday nltcrnoon for 12 guests, part of whom are nniong the bridal parly. Of equal Interest with tlie large Ohrislmas tree In the large Rhodes living room was the scene rin the mantel where St. Nicholns sat in Engagemenl o( Formef . L«Sl OJrl Anhoiirtccfl ihr. and Mrs. Robert Lsslle Bradley, formerly of here and now 'of .Little Rock, have announced the engagement of tlielr daujhter, Bur- helle, to On-el M. Johnson of Little Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Conwny celebrated their 4-Uh wedding anniversary yesterday when they entertained a few guests nt n family dinner nl their home. The celebration was hold ycstcr- rtny although the anniversary Is today. Air. nnd Mrs. Conway were mar- For Christmas You Can't Go Wrong With a Present of CHIffONS lovel - v '- AKK with h », Ks-imc of the ( .si'.k with the sheetness of gossamer, exquisite in tcxlmv beautifully tailored with perfect fttling ceh " ui [me seams that slcndtrizc-they're 8 lMkinps II in ~ ! " UC ' V shildcs to malch her smai ' Lesl APPLEBAllM'S MARIE APPLEBAUM, Prop, , . . ., ^ and Mr. and Mrs. Zuliip'trs. John Edrington Hostess I). Ifnrrlsoii. .I7icy are students at" iRerj nnd green, traditional Yulc- Hendrlx collcse in •Coinvny..-. j tide-.'colors, predominated in the b. n. Shaw ol Slate Springs, httractive prc-Christniss bridge Miss., came Snturday to si>end a i parly given in the home of Mrs y % "Merry Christmas ivith KAYSER HOSIERY! To cnchitnl ittid impress every lady on ym.r iig|_j,jvc Knyscr Hosiery! \Vhclhor AKiHi- cr, Sister or Swcclhearl. she'll (drill , IV er Ihe shecrncss surf wcarabilily of such a gifl. .Sheer or service wcighls. Oivc 2, 3i>r (i pairs—« Kran (! K ift that looks expensive, hut. costs only 85c to $1.35 Marie Applcbsum, Prop. Uiv M y ' 6 I'.. , Jvmlor (lc:lco ' 11 : • ! « J " Smitl1 ' .Scarnves and of !DA^_ DECEMBER 18, 1939 business visitors in Dlythevlllc "Fi-1-' day. and w rn' >v. 14. Allen ns treasure. rorly members were present in- chiding Mttn , M 5 Attends Vimcral Miss F,, n Mlchol, accompanied by her skier, Mrs. R. c. Hose nnd Mr. Rose, ni)d Mr. and Airs. Charles Rose .of Homeland, were in Memphis Friday tor the funeral of their orai™r-!n-l;iw. C. n. p a ty, 17 retired farmer of Shelby count/ who <llc,| al hi s home Thursday Anolher Usler ,, r o , Kol ' Mn . O. I,. Moore, was unable to go on account of pressing school duties and Mr. Moorc'.s illness of !lu ., Mrs - Mo °re. Mrs. B. C. Hose 'nnd Mis. Paty are sisters.' Memphis visilors Thursday were Mrs. Sam Coble. Mrs. D. S. i/mcy Mrs. B. L. Gladish, Mrs. DwMit" II. Blnckwocd, Mrs. James H. Lova- well and Mrs. W. E. Hunt. D. R. Moore of Stringtown, Miss was here Tlmrsday i>l»ia for (he special meeting of the Masonic Lodge when all past masters were special guests. He wns iiccnmnniil'-cl by his daughter, Mrs. Marcus D Cnswcll ol Shaw, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crockett were Marijuana Curb Asked SACRAMENTO, Cal. (OP)—Owing to the ease with which marijuana can be oblnined, Gov, Ciil- ocrt L. Olson has written President Lamm Cardenas of Mexico and the governors of 10 western states asking for cooperation In suppressing the traffic of the drug across tlie California border. Read Ccurler News want aus. >'d Rather Have Stockings... » Gtvo her VI MQJUD W m >~&VfJi3*n 1 I SIU ITofxiKOS *" t 'TAe SlocHingi lA e Scieen Wear" _ v to $1.35 FLOYrTTOITE SHOES HOSIERY TOO Give her something, personal this Christmas — something exciting io wear! She'll Love These Lavish Gowns & Pajamas in beautiful crepes and satins LOVELY SLIPS 98c- $ 2 98 * Beautiful Satin and Chenille Housecoats & Robes Formiit Brassieres 50c and $1.00 Larjies Handkerchiefs 25c and 50c Panties 50 C to $1.00 Ladies Bags 98c, $1.98 & $2.98 Costume Jewelry and Compacts $1.00 to $3.00 Kayscr Fluffs in Gowns-Pajamas $2.50 & $2.03 FOR THE KIDDIES! SHIRLEY TEMPLE DRESSES Mice New Assortment $198 $098 $098 CINDERELLA DRESSES 98c CHILDREN'S SLIPS 59c to 98c CHILDREN^ PANTIES 25c, 50c & 79c A Complete Mnc of Hnhy Gifts Marcij Lee WASH FROCKS Allraclivc Now Stylus Sizes M dl 20 *L98to«5.98 All Ladies' & Children's COATS Crcatl.v Reduced All Gifts Packed In Atiraclive Christmas Boxes Aujvrs MARIE APl'LBBAUM, Prop.. ,

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