The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 19, 1939
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE,..(ARK.) COURIER NEWS___ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19," 1939" Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr., entertaining Hi-Monthly Luncheon duo. Town and Country club rneetlii? with Mrs. O. \V. McCutchen. Mrs Ben W. Harpole cnwrtaln- Ing ADC Bridge club at Rustic Inn. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Tom Bradsher entertaining Tiiuisdiy Dessert cltlu. , Mrs. Charles Alford entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Double Four Bridge club meet- Ing with- Mrs. Raymond Smith, for one o'clock lunchetn. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes entertain ing Thursday Luncheon club. Cotillion club having dance at American Legion Hut. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Pidelis ciass, First Biptist church meeting 7:30 o'clock at church. Younger Groups Also take llvliilny I'lans Boys and girls d younger lilythe- lllo groups arc making plans for . festive holiday season, with two dances already announced and other parties bslng planned, invitations have been sent to ! the Clirislmas holidays with her irciits, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. Mr. !in<l Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., of union Clti r , Tenn., will come tills week end In spend Christinas Y/ilh Mrs. Dunn's mother, Mrs. O. O Hires. Mr. Dunn v:!ll return Tuesday morning, bill Mrs, Dunn \ will remain for a week's visit. group, aqteel as master qf cere-1 (lay afternoon wlietf the group met Harold Kosenllial. Lloyd Wise, monies. Jirlof lolks were made by (or n lioyal Service prograhl at jLcrtoy Brown, Russell Moslsy and (he president, jjjii. chamblin and the church. James Roberts, a|l students at the Mitchell Best, sponsor of Ihc p)ub.| Wreaths of holly and mistletoe university of Alabama, will arrive After Biipf>cr which was sewed | decorated the rpom which wa§ II- home tomorrow to spend the hol|. buffet style, Miss Rosa M. Hardy, juminatcd by candle light end the days here with tlicl.r parents, principal of the IUsh school, spqke }lghts of lhc ulirlslmas tree. Pro- Mr . and Mrs, Joe Hujlics and mi " r l'it<\ A lr»c *sf t tin f^mn fnt* t HO .._ ._ ..r_-i _-i * i . • • * •««** 00 guests to atlcnd a dance being jiven Wednesday nijjht by Constance Dculon, June Martin and Roberta Herman. The formal affair will be at tho Woman's club, lonls Lyiich mid Billy Wilson will be hosts to their friends «t n dance Ihe following week. On Wednesday, Dec. 27, they: will entertain at Ihe Woman's club. Unusual 1'rojrain Qlvcn For Woman's Auxiliary More than 30 members and guests of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church heard the unusual program prepared liy Mrs. 11. C. Allen for tho Christ runs mealing of the group yesterday afternoon at the church auditorium. An impressive background for the presentation wns formed by cathedral tapers burning In wrought Iron candelabra and lighting the chancel which was decorated with roses and narcissuses. Mrs. Allen were In on "The Aims of tho Club for the Betterment of the School." Dancing began at, 9:30 o'clock nml continued until 12 o'clock. Besides Mr. Ilalscll, other officers are:. llui)ler Sims, vice .presl*, dent; Bill ChamWin, secretary and treasurer; Russell Farr, reporter. | grams were printed on red and Mrs ucrnard Ja?ge'rs are spending green bell shaped paper, tied with jodny in Memphis where Mr. red and green ribbons. \ Dancing Parties Are Planned For Holidays The Yuletide season in ulythc- 1 villc us far as dancing parties arc concerned will be ushered in W „„.„«,„,,. „, night when Mr, and Mrs. Everet , y B. Gee and Mr. and Mrs. Oscui , , ( , <tocoratlo|ls . Hardaway entcrtahv with an affair L b at the country club, Jack Staulcup | and his orchestra are to play. Numerous oilier Christmas parties are being planned both by in- I dividuals and clubs, making the Uyo holiday weeks a veritable round [ of gaiety. The Cotillion club which annu- Mrs. Marion Williams, loader pf In a hospital there, will return to the program, Introduced her 5M9- the hospital for a checkup. 'J. Long, son of Mrs. John H. Is slowly improving follow- whith was discussed by Mrs:j H Huffman and Mrs. J. R. j /mg t Local Couple Wed At Cariilhcrsville The mtiiTlago of Miss Margaret Hopper and Billy Wal- ilrup was solemnized liy Justice of Pence Hii:fm:m in Carulhersvillc Saturday night. Attendants at the wedding were the bride's sister, Mrs, Ellis Grear, Elvis Queen, Miss Mamie IMngham, Otis Asbon and Miss Inn Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Waldrup will make their home here with Ihe bride's parents for the present. I'kiu lu Sing Carols Members ol l|ie J .U. O., who were eiilertalncd at the home of Miss Maxlne Held Saturday night, iniidc plans to sing Christmas Webster. Mrs. R, O. Cash gaye tn ,, „„ appendectomy performed the devotional, Prayer* were pf- a WC2k ago nt Ule isuthcvillc hosier ed by Mrs, Charles Newcpmb , )IUu . n is brother, Johnny Long, of and Mrs, T. R faHepUcnj. | Mcm ,,|,| s> ca , ne up yesterday to be A pageant ''Bribing the Qreat. lth „,„, bllt re t m ., lca - Ih1s ' ,„„,.„. Commission tg (he World,' 1 vva'p then presented. Die conclusion of each scene of the pageant, Mrs. M'ss Hnrry FrlUius Banff a solo.' She "ho intends Mississippi State Col- accomiranled by Mrs. E, fc. Ie 6 c or ^oimn, Columbus, came ' • , Saturday lo spend the holidays wllh WHS 11(1 ] C Mrs! Theodore Ixigan, nuperin- ally gives a Christmas dance, will follow the Gees' and Hardaways' parly with a. dance al the American Legion Hut Thursday .night. Colic Stoltz and his orchestra will play for the affair. I Ed Johnson Is making plans to j sponsor a dunce at the Woman's I club bath Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, both dances beginning "The Joy of the Lord'' was (he name of the program which le ucd the Christmas story in scrip ire and song. Mrs. Young and Irs. Ross Stevens were readers. Scripture and meditation read- igs were interspersed with appro- riate music including: a uct of "Silent Night, Holy Night" at U o'clock. A dance will also be giv-sn Chrislmas nigjit at the Woman's club. Hostesses for this'affair will be Miss Sara Jo Little, Miss Frjn- ces Little and Miss Virginia Little Invitations are being issued by | Mies Mildred Moore'and Miss Margaret Shaver for a dancing party Wednesday night, Dec. 27, at the American Liglori Hut. Tile affair will begin at nine 'o'clock. On Thursday night, Dec. 28, the Bachelors' club will celebrate thel first anniversary by a dance a | the- city auditorium. A Universit' of Arkansas orchestra will provid the music for dancing.' 'For the fifth jear, the fircme and policemen'will have their .an nual Christmas.',, ball at. the . cil auditaumii. T'nis year it will b Monday night, Jan. 1 at ten o'cloc and Rudy Heise and his orchesti will play. nd "Adeste Ftdelis" by Joe Evrard, ccordionlst. and Mrs. Allen, vlo- nist; a solo, "Little Town of Bolhlehem" by Mrs. Paul L. Tipon; a solo, '"The Birthday ol tlie King" by Mrs. James A. Over- lolser. Mrs. F. B. Joyncr was or- janlst. The group was dismissed with irayer by the Rev. James A. Ovcr- mlser, pastor of the church. » • » Have Christinas Tarty Members of the Pilgrim Baptist framing Union of the First Bap- ,ist church had a. Chrislmas party Friday night at the home of their leader, Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Alter games were player), the 20 present received gifts from the Christmas tree which decorated the room. Mrs. Reeves was presented a gift from the union after which refreshments were served. « * + Rcil Kiuzoos Have Danqiict and Dance. carols on Christmas Eve. The group will sell tapers and r {[|" i Sunday night they will sing at he home In which a taper burns. Miss IJctty McMiillln and Miss Ma.rgarel Holland arc lu charge of making arrangements for the carol- ling. A cold supper plate was served Lhe group at 0:30 o'clock. , tendent of the Mississippi County Stevens. Baptist Woman's Missionary Unipn ' . Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Smart Association, conducted the instal- and son, Bob, of Richmond, Va., latlon service. She. also presented will arrive Wednesday or Thursday Mrs. H, H. Urooks, retiring presl- , to spend ten days with relatives. dent, with a W. M. U. pin which j'upim their return, they will be Miss Nadine Woodard \ Weds Malcolm Greenway DELL, Dec. IS.—Miss Nadine Wpodnrd, d&ujhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Woodard, btcsine the bride of Malcolm Greenwny, son of Mrs. Cora Grccnv:ay, in a ceremony performed at eleven o'clock Monday morning al the home of the bride's parents. Q.ily Intimate friends of the families were present for the double ring ceremony which was read by 'the Rev.-J. Walter Cobb, D. D., of Memphis, former pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Bly- thcvillc. An altar was Improvised before the fireplace, the mantel of which wa§ banked with chrysanthemums, gladioli and fern. Greenery formed the background for the altar which wns flanked by cathedral tapers in wrought iron candelabra and floor- baskets of gladioli. Miss Gladys Moody attended thc| bride us maid of honor. Russell Martha Frances_ Stevens, i Greenway was best man. The bride wore a pale blue crepe designed with a quilted bolero. Her accessories were in brown aim she wore a corsage of valley lilies and gardenias. Her attendant's dress was of black crepe \viih a white Irhn. Her accessories were in black and her corsage ol pink Radio Pair. To Give Seal Sale Broadcast Lum and Abner, well known radio favorites, will be heard in a lrunscrli>Uon to be broadcast over KLCN Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, for the benefit of the national tuberculosis seal sale. Tlic time today and Thursday is from 4:15 to 4:30 o'clock. Tomor- For quick ow they will lie on from 10 to relief from 0:15 a. in. Read LXAirier News A Lint not The abbreviated English prayer book was compiled by Benjamin Franklin, who was the first reformer of English spelling and the first to use illustrations for books and pamphlets. suffer from Colds? Hughes, who was recently a patient ; cold symptoms 1 lake C6U Tablets - Salve • Noso Dtoys parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M, each past, president, wears. The meeting was closed wi(h, : a talk l>y Mrs. W. J. Rodgers, the new president, and prayer by Mrs. Walter Bishop, At the wedding breakfast ivhuh accompanied home by Mrs Smart's fo |i owed> Mi£S Je ° nne Hal . riso » and parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Fcrgu- Miss Ro ', jin o:u lV)s(|iono Meeting The meeting pf the Past Matrons ni)d Past Patrons club of the Order of the Eastern Slar which was scheduled for tonight at the home of Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, has been postponed because of n death of a neighbor of the Sylvesters, it was announced today. The meeting will be held after the holidays. • • » ORicers Chosen Mrs. W. A. SUckmon was chosen president of the Elmwood Cemetery association nt the annual election of officers Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Others chosen were: Mrs. Leslie Moore, vice president; Mrs. W. F Brewer, secretary; Mrs. Arch Linrt- sey, treasurer; Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Bits of News Mostly Personals reporter. Refreshments of Pumpkin pie an;l coitcc were served. The next Members, of the Red Rnzzoos meeting will be al the home of Booster'^ ciub',,of tho city high Mrs. Lindsay In January. scho'pl-i.tiads.ljVelr, jinnual Christ- • . . ' .' ' runs; banrjllet; nnd dance a.t the Wo- Officers Insfallefl man's club,. Friday night. At Program Meeting. Miss Mnrlhn Ann Lynch, Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum, Miss Elizabeth Ann \Vllson, Miss Helen Thulal and Miss Churchill Buck, all stti- dents at the University ol Arkansas, FaycUcvllle, will, arrive tomorrow night to spend Ihe Christmas holidays hero with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mr. nnci Mrs. Clarence II. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hilda 1 and Mr. and Mrs' C. M. Buck. . '. Lynn Dooley attended the sales meeting of the Burton Oil Company at the Chlsca Hotel In Mfeni- phls last night. Ben Mac White, who attends the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, is spending his Christinas vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben White, and family. He will be here until Jan. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fclsenlrml stopped here last night en route to Memphis from Chicago. They were the'guests,of Mrs. FelsenthnVs lither, B. H. Levy, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris and family. Miss Molly Guard, who attends son. They are coming especially to be with Mr. Smart's brother, J. H. Smart Jr., who is ill. Miss Estelle Hawks, who is a student at the Chlllicothc Business ( college. Chilloeothe, Mo., has- arrived lo spend the Christmas holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hawks. She will return to Chillicothe Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. William Bonificld and daughter, Miss Wilma Bonl- iielcl, and Jimmie Bell Bonificld of Okcemah, Okla., came Sunday to spend the holidays here with the Bonifields' daughter, Mrs. F. B. Joyner, and family. They plan to be here until the first of the year. Save your time—save your energy.—shop Penncy's for every Kift rm your list! We've loads of helpful suiyKeslions for you, ones fli'sit will save you money! So come in now and looli around! Ol'BN KVKKY EVENING! GAYMODES Sliccr ringless chiffon or service weights! lace- draped table. A three tiered white wedding cake decorated pink and blue and topped with ihe miniature figures of the bride and bridegroom formed the centarpk e On the buffet was arranged a bouquet of gladioli, roses ana chrysanthemums. Assistinj in the dining room were Miss ConriL 1 lace and Miss Mary Frances fct° vens. Mr. and Mrs. Greenway left tor Hot Springs on a wedding t ui They were motored as far as M» n phis by their mothers. Upon their muni, they will make their home here. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs, Stephen Angotti, Caruthersville, admitted. ' Mrs. Willie Neasley, Half Moon, admitted. lllytlicvlllc Hospital Mrs. Shelby C. 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