The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 18, 1939
Page 5
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1939 BLYTJIEVILLE (ARKl) COURIER NEWS Luxora Society — Personal I'arcnt Teachers Association linfcrl.-iin Falhers Will) the advent of December, Ihemo of decorations may safely ue turned (rom autumn flowers to Die gay color and sentiment of the Vulctide. This welcome and different note was Uikcn advantage of by the Parent Teachers Association of Hie Liixoia high school, who entertained in hcnor or the fathers who arc members, at n delightfully planned three course dinner at the Home Economics cottage Wednesday evening. The sixty yuests were welcomed )>y Vf. E. Head, president. A program consisting of a Christmas reading by Mrs. R. K. L. Bearden; song, "ScaUei brain" by Miss Dllsy Silliimn; violin solo, "Nnch- stuck" by Schumann, played by T. C. Wingflcld, and Christinas carols sung by the group, was heard dining the dinner hem-. Tiic U shaped dinner table glowed in the crimson of the approaching season. Tha guests had the pleasure of fintling places as they chose the place cards, miniature holly trees, which added bite of decorative color at the places. « * • Home Economics Club Dinner The Home Economics cottage was aglow on Thursday evening with the bright lights and decorations of the approaching Christmas season when (he club members, with Miss liaybiirae Stanficld, president of the Home Economics cliil), serving as official hostess, were hosts (o forty guests a!, a three course dinner. The program featured Miss Jean Chiles, of. Osccola, as guest soloist. In addition lo songs heard from Miss Dltsy Siliman, a trumpet solo by B. Q. Wilkins. Jr., and a scto on the ball lyre, "Jingle Bells" played by Miss Annie Owen. Mrs. B. "o. Wilkins, Sr.was the accompanist for all the musical numbers. Just before the climax of the evening's entertainment, distributing gifts from a gaily decorated Christmas tree (o each guest. Miss Jcssclyn Glenn Tomlln, dressed us an angel, gave an impressive Christmas rending. * ' * * Hosts to Bingo Parly The football boys and their coach "Soak" Sanderson, were bests at. a Bingo parly held at the Agriculture building on last Friday night. A large crony was in attendance and many Tine prizes were given away, nil donated by local merchants. The proceeds from tills party will be used to purchase sweaters for the football boys. * * * Methodist Missionary .Scciety At the annual election of officers 'tfir the 'Methodist Missionary. Society the following officers were elected to serve during 1940. President, Mrs. E. R. Bagoir, vice- president, Mrs. R. W. Thomas; secretary, Mrs. W. E. Head; treasurer, Mrs. T. B. Dudley; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. J. Johnston; superintendent of Publicity and Literature, Mrs. R. H. Owen; study leader, Mrs. B. E. L. Bear-' den; superintendent Christian Relationships, Mrs. Marion Crider; .su|>erinlciideiH World Outlook, Mrs. Louis Spann. On Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 12, LAST TIMES TODAY m OO'JGL.iiS • JOHN BLOKJ1ELL ; A c pvti M.B.I i-t ic tdj R E News, Kubinnff TUESDAY-PAL 2 admitted for price of 1 MMMll WAVtR ""'"-'" Also Selected Shorts ,AST TIMES TONIGHT A COlUMvBlA PICTURE ' with Conrad Vclrlt A^ Valerie llohson Fpx Ncivs fr Comedy TUE.-WED.-THUR. AVilh Baby Sandy & Hugh Hcrhtrl Also Selected Shorts Mrs. E, H. ISogan was hosiers io Ihu members of the Society with ten members being present. The meeting was opened by prayer offered by (he president, Mrs. R. \v. Thomas, followed by a devotional taken from I John 4:914, "United Christians", led by Mrs. H. w, Spann, lender for the afternoon's program on "Our Available Roservtttlons for tl lc New Day." Mrs. Spann was assisted In presenting tho program by Mrs. Bogan and Mrs. R. E. L. licardcn. In keeping with (he approaching Christmas seascn, a feature of the social hour period was the giving of e'fls among the members. Mrs. Bojjan served a desert plate. « • • riilee Luncheon Mrs. S. J. Stnitli had as her guest for a bridge luncheon Tuesday a group of Mimphls friends, Mrs. George Sclmialzrcld, Mrs. li. C. Poiincey, Mr.s. Thomas w. iggs, Mrs. T. T. Skinner, Mrs. Edward Schmafcrclrt, Mrs. Ben Price, Mrs, Stella Weiss, Mrs. Alfred Sipes, Mrs. Maud Laivrie, and Mrs. Ann Schmalzreld, of Chattanooga. ' I.uxcra Ulerary Hook Club Mrs. Charlie Thomas, president if the Luxora Literary Book club vas hostess to the members for their annual Christmas season party following a program arranged around the reviewing of the look, "The Return to Religion" by Henry c. Link, by Mrs, Clem Polion. The exchanging of gifts from a beautifully decorated Christmas tree, names having been drawn all a previous meeting, marie the eve- ' ning one of delightful pleasure. Each guest' was presented a corsage of holly. A Christmas salad plate with coffee was served. Daughter Horn A daughter, their first child, was rorn Io Mr. and Mrs. Reucl Butler, Sunday night, Dec. 10, at the Bnpllst liosjjlliil in Mcinirfiis, Slie weighed seven iiovtnds nnd 1ms been iinmiHl Sarti Ellzabclh, utter her grniidfnlher's,—C. 13. Wood,— mother, ami her fnllier's inot!ii?r. • i « Son Horn A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Elson Sunday morning at six o'clock ul the liuiitlst hospital, Memphis. He lias been named James JMrt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elson were residents of Uixorii until three months I\RO when they moved (o West Memphis to malic their home. * « * Breaks Leg Little J. I>. Williams, eranclfcn of Mrs. Minnie Williams, hnd tho misfortune to Bet Ills lee, broken one day tills week while plnylne. J. L. hits only recently recovered from ft broken m-m. n e j,, ,, jjupn | In the second Grade. J. W. Spann one of the few remaining ujoncrr cltlxciui of Ltix- otii. was taken to (he Un|)li s t hospital, Memphis, hit week. His grand (Id ng liter, Mrs. Holicrt. Eherdls, is In Memphis willi him for several days. Mrs. S. J. Smith left Thursday morning for Columbia, Tcmi., ( 0 gel her grandson, Clarence. Crawford, who will spent! his school holidays, Columbia Military Insti- liite, with his grandparents here mid his mother, Mis. Mnxlne Critwtord, of Mcmplils. Mrs. Smith will visit her mother, Mrs. Sloftd- mim, of Jnekson, Tennessee, cn- routc to Colnmbln. Mrs. Miulhn Poison accompanied her mother, Mrs, Oru Hill, to lior liotnc In Memiilils SitttiulBj 1 . MLS. HIM luis spent, the past several weeks with her (laughter, n»d liev sister, Mrs, llarlle nonds. Mr. mid Mrs. Hnford W. TJijvcntl, who Imvc uen making tholr home lu Liixorn for the pnst year, have mored to lilytlievillc to their J»Pw home. Many Slorus To .Remain Open At Niglii .This AVeck Yulcllde shoppers of this section are thronging Dlylhcville stores to -such nn extent (hat a number.will Mart tonight to remain open alter .supper in order to lacllHatc purchases by shoppers who have waited inilll Ihc last week before Christmas to do their buying. Several of the larger stores will be open tonight imlll nine o'clock while others will wall until Wednesday night lo lengthen their hours. Practically nil nuns will ivmnlii open niter that night until nine o'clock wlili some deciding to stay open Saturday night until '0 or 10:30 o'clock. . Store mnimgeis agree tlmt If PAGE FIVE con he present Idoal ' wcnthcr JUMPS buying will iir be equnl to that Of 1029 nml i nuns not i« business lieio Hut worn yeur asroo tlmt this will bo their best Christmas senson. OHOME ' forthe HOLIDAYS Gf»o youuelf a |r t it om Ihc hoi). a»t. , . T»ko teltigt tVorn h'dli winlei wtilhcr ind lh« hurdi of «li» hijtiwiy ... For « tul mdiy Chrlllmji (dp, (n>6| | n comforl •nd ill i ty —on tk« Frlwo. GOVERNMENT LOAN COTTON George //. McFaddcn & lira's. Agency e. PfiTTOS, Agent LOUJW? FARES FRISCO LINES I5T.IOUI5-5AN FRANCISCO «Y1 WASHED WUOUKB DBSMIUKB COBBECT1T SIZEB . , m_ runNAce, STOVE « STOKER $7 GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. C7 ^ I'houe 70 Y.l' WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF TAGS, SEALS, AND WRAPPING PAPER. KIRBY DRUG STORES Main a( 2iul—[Inwilwiiy—Division FOR CASH UNTIL XMAS BOXOFZ1 CHRISTMAS CARDS 2 I Cirdt of Settcwd mi, .11 <Jifr Irmt Chemistry Sets Microscope Sets Bought monlln ago, those suites arc sensational values in stylo and comforl al today's prices! $2, $3.50, $5.00 $2, $3.50, $5.00 Gift Cigars Gift Tobaccos Manicure Sets 50c to $6.00 5Qcto$3>00 50c to $3 J5 Parker Fountain Pens and Pen Sets Yardlcy Sachet $11.10 and $1.35 VELVET LOUNGE SUITE Have a lovelicc holiday scene for your home this Christmas with this beautiful living room! Friends will say its pi ice is S JO MORi; than you actually pay at Watils! The sofa is 78 in. Ions— room f«r lounging! Reversible roll-front cushions! Carved trim! $5 a fVonlfv Down Por,>mcnl, Carrying Cdcrgo;' Yardley Toilet Water 55c -- $1.10 - $1.65 Bath Salts in Flower Pots 25 to 50c Whitman Candies 50c to $7.50 Perfume Headquarters Lucien Lelong Perfumes $1.50 to $16.50 Guerlain Cologne $3.00 Shalmar Perfume $10.00 Blue Hour' $5.00 Sliz, Arden Colognes $1.00 up Blue Grass Perfume $1.75 to $5.00 Lcntheric Perfumes $1.25 to $9.00 Tweed - Abintot - Shanghai Lentheric Three Musketeers $1.95 Lentheric Three Silent Messengers $1.95 Lentheric Cologne $1.00 to $3.75 Lucien Lelong Cologne $1 to $3.75 Yardley Sets — Sachets Eve. In Paris Sets Eastman Kodaks $1.00 to $20.00 Scrap Books Kodak Albums Electrical Goods • Soaps — Men's Sets — Toilet Waters 95c to $15.00 Compacts 50c up $1.00 $1.00 Tobacco Pouches Pipes, Lighters Cigarettes, TOYS'/E 2 PCS. ANGORA MOHASR 'ITiis luxury and style are far aliovc average—yet at Wards you pay dollars I.ISS than you'd expect! See the quality in sraceful winji-clTcct stflc, carved solid walnut base anil arm trim! Lustrous long wearing mohair is tiov't. Standard! • $7 a Monffc, Down Faymenl, Carrying Charge; >t ** —^^-2h LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m. —U:45 p.m. — 4;30 p.m. RAYON VELVET SOFABgD 'Stay overnight—there's always room'" so you can welcome holiday guests with this sofi bcil! Yon save SlO at Wards! Gel living room style in roll arms and cushion effect welts! Makes double lied! 2-Pt. Suitt— will, Matching Choir ($6 a monlh') . . 56.88 Down Payment. Carry tng Cfia Phone Rllz 224 Phone Hiwy 333 Ofi \V. Main Phone G7fi TJic" Corning" ALARM CLOCK 89 THE IDEAL 6IFf! . DEPENDABLE. Full Size — Approved MASTERCRAFT FLAT IRON 98 NOII-RUST [IHISH! I DITECTO JR. [BATHROOM SCALE Ckclcft ffjf\ i Of Colm «£™ ELECTRIC BREAD TOASTER s°c E . 89 e He'll Wefcome This PO-DO MEN'S SHAVING KIT IH ATTRACTIVE GIFT BOX1 Shave Creatn Lotion, Tlilc & Styptic Powder. ELECTRIC COBN POPPER UH5E IOWL . ALL GLASS COFFEE MAKER "•'c/i fl'lrf I'UOIMIYLAC/I'IC HUUSH SKTS SHAVING TOILET SETS BILL FOLDS HILL FOLD SKTS MONOPOLY

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