The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1936 · Page 3
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.WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1930 BLYTTTEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE £-U/ FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Social Cilenda THURSDAY'S EVENTS W. M. U. First Baptist church, meeting at cliurch, 2:30 p.m. Town and Country club meeting with Mis. F. L. Bugler. 2 p.m. Mrs. W. D. McClurkln having Thursday Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mis? R : la Stagings Bride of Robert Ward teen t ,™ y " l " nil "3 l ° Memphis where she at**«* °< "<»'- I'is city nnd Slallings of _ ... „. Miss RUa (fteie) llnyll WITS imiirhd I rtiiy at the home of t'^ - -parsnls. The single rln» mcmonv W. M. U. First, Baptist church, meeting at church, 2:30 p.m. Bingo parly al Lange school, 8 p.m.. by Lange P.-T.A. I Henley of tiilTciiv n Ladies •. Bible class, First Metho- Anil |> Bndcll . Brn! : s \ Ulsl cliiirch. having "|>ot luck" sup ° the Rev. W? I,. Meyer, Children of Confederacy meeting with Miss Lynctte Tucker nl 2:30. Have Tea, Mrs. C. A. Taut, Mrs. I. O. Westbrook jr., Mrs.' John c. McHaney and Mrs. E. M. Terry'entertained members of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church and .a number of friends with a tea Monday afternoon, at the Terry wa -- — j ..^,, u, ,,. ,>n;y parlor ol the Methodist cliurch. Their attendants were Joe li. Miss Lou o •* owjj-sl.ster of the bride, of Ilayli. and Mrs. R. L. Ward. He attended the local schools, graduating in 1932, Central college at Fayclls. I 1 -- - , -- — - j >...Southeast Missouri Teaciicrs col- l >rovl »8- He has recovered from |e_ge at. Cape Girardeau, and ths Uphold fever but complications .will returning home for al . 0 but is yet confined lo Ills bed. . Dr. Finley A. Robinson and son. Jack Fiuhy, are in Hoi Springs for - Josephine savcrni iliiva Mrs" 1 S I W^lf Slte'''llT'at Inn"" '''"'^ ° !m "" m » '* 1!1 ' r ''°'» ,„ Orlgger nnd Miss l,ela Blylhe w;ro Broom's '" Memphis yesterday. Misses Cordelia and University of Missouri at Columbia. He is now supsrhHendln-. his > father's extensive farmin« Inter- £ :Erlir Clarence H. Wilson, who •"" : " -1 - ° •'••'" " l U* Memphis Baptist hos- sbvc|1 .al weeks. • home. Tlie Yulelidc motif was used with poinscttias nnd rsd rosss deconu- ing the living room where the mantel over (he large open fire had a bowl of flowers and red 'tapers for the centerpiece. The lace covered table ill the dining room carried out a silver and red combina- imtton with a central decoration of rose.? and red tapers, in silver holders, against a setting of the > silver services. TS .canapes, cakes and mints, in red and green, were served with tea and coffee, Mrs. McHaney and Mrs. westbrdok presided at the refreshment table, assisted by Ruth Cloyd and Maxine •Reid. The 50 guests were received by Mrs. Terry and Mrs. 'rant. * * * Baptist Women Begin Prayer Week. •Tlie 35 members of the'Woman's Missionary Union of the First Bap- list church, who attended the meeting Monday afternoon tl the church, heard the first of a series of five studies to be given during , tile week of prayer. Mrs. W. M. Williams, leader, led Uie program on "Stewardship—The Parable of Jesus," in which Mrs Tom W. Jackson and Mrs. U. W. Mullins offered prayer. These meetings will'bo held each afternoon. 2:30 o'clock, for- one hour, through Friday. « « 4 jllave Mission Sdnly. • The Womanjs Missionary Socie- jty of the Lake street M?thodtsl church had .admission study Monday aiWrhobn at the church when a program oir ''A Preface' to Racial Understanding" u-as give... .Mrs. d?orge Dysing^r was leader with Mrs. LaFayettc May, Mrs A. U Reagan and Mrs. Allen Cole assisting in the program. Mrs Adelma -Adams conducted the As- vottonal in which sh2 reaci frqn Ephcsians 0. Mrs. M. N. Johnstoi said the closing prayer. There were 22 members present £ * * Have Tacky Parly. There were 25 members of th: Grains B. T. U. of the First Bap- list church who gathered at tin 'church Thursday niglu for a tack' party. It was in the form of a "pa luck" supper and later games an< 'contests were played. After the social a" brief busines session was conducted by the pres idcnt. c. B. Kettinger. durini which it was decided for the en tire group to go to Blackwater U organize a B. T. U. Sunday night <TIK:_ . . . 3 ' ),„ , 'n , *' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. PattonJ phi" 'IS larents of E. C. Patton, who have Waltz" were' ' been making their home at Hayti j and daughter' during the cotton season, arc A Hlick rJaiirv novlng to Blytlieville lo reside. c , t, ',,,<,„ \ Judge 0. E. Keck and his court | s is,.' Mr , V •eporler, H. G. Partlow, arc at thy 'jean Hi° ionic loday because of a brief iioliind \° :ccef£ in circuil court at Lake Mrs' Russell pnmr Jlly. Court, which convened yes-' ter.'Belly Mrs Fiton' terday, will reconvene tomorrow,'-- °" Bob Goodrich, who altends Ar- -sts in this county. Mrs. Ward, who lia's lived wit>i a irother al .raduated Afler n sliort honeymoon, fie i 'ling couple returned to their njiv ionic at 303 East Ninth street ' .'iiere they are at home Uj their riends. ' at Hayti for several years,' ,',' rn ted from the schools there. s - of News Mostly Persona! pltal. Is expsclcd lo bo able lo^re- 'rn I'niiic ihe lust of thc yeek - Wilson spsnt yestsrday with Mrs. L;e Atciiley and son. L;- ro;. liave rutiirred from a visit In Pine Bluir and Sheridan, Ark Mrs. Charles F. Wood has re- luincd from a visit wilh Carulh-rs- vills relatives during Uie Thanksgiving holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson have . . taken one of the Wood - .cansas Stale college at Jonesboro i. Goodrich, and Iheir guests,' M"I : .| Miss Glad >' s SmoThermifn nas . '.t home. Joe L. Buck, W. T, U. S. Tennessee, no 1 .'.' stationed at Long 3each. Calif., lius arrived here lo 3ft with Ills brotlier, Bill Buck, who V seriously ill at Ihe Blythcvilli: 'lospital from'burns received when i can of tractor oil exploded recently. Joe Buck, who is the son 3f Mrs. John R. Buck and the :ale Mr. Buck, is making his irst—.visit home in ten years. i Mrs. Harry Wiedman is ili at iier home on • First street from I jronchitis. - ( Mrs. R. N. ware, formerly of here and. now of Tnllulah, La., 'pent Sunday '.with Dr. and Mrs' luntcr C. Sims. She .was'" in Memphis for the BlylheviHe-Co- iimbus game" and llien came here. ' A. M. Van Winkle has been admitted (o the Memphis Baplht lospital. , Billie, Betty 'Julia and Emma Bell Wlxon, of Burdette, have Memplils Methodist hospital. • | (iiiereia Splaml Hunt, who lia s IMCII crit-, Dr. and M-S'Floyd wcblj have' cally ill al the Memphis Baptist' BE their girs MrV wVh'^no her hospital from typhoid fever and I Mrs. w ,, Co ; O f ^arvsvil]"' ^"iPlicatlon-s, is now steadily im-1 Calif. • Marjri> " 11 '" Mr. nnd Mrs. w. T,' Barnell and Mr. and Mrs. George. M.'IjW.-'.wcnv in Memphis ye.slerday for "The G-cal Waltz" , Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Parks were called to Capj Girardeau yesterday because of the serious illness of Mr. Parks' mother, Mrs Duvid' Parks. J. T. Alford, who has been" nl Ihc Memphis Methodist hospital .since October 19; was brought home yesterday. He was accompanied' by his daughter, Mrs. J, Allen Webb, of Wright city, Mo., who-has'been with him. Mrs. Webb will remain here tills'week. Mrs. Stephen Hi .Brooks. Miss Maxine Crook nntl Jlmmle Willams spent Sunday In Forrest city ns guests of Mrs. Mary Brooks I*e. Wardell Man and Corning Girl Wed CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —Allen Crablrce of Wardell and Miss Rutli Smith of Corning, Ark., were married in tills 'city Wednesday, Nov. 25, the ceremony being performed by Ihe Rev. D. 1C. Foster at the Baptist parsonage. Tlie bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Edna, smith of Corning, and' the they will make Iheir home •itli the groom's parents for tlie present apartments on Dougnn Ave., following the lire Friday night which destroyed [lie house they were occupying and all of its contents. Jean Doro- S. A. Mr, r.iv|' c i B jonw «r, " , ' MrS - Rllcy Organize Traininir Union 1 ' nUs . D , , . 6 ...... ""' at olackwatcr iHeelinp; '' Srcom is the son of Mr. and Mrs S. A. Crablrce, well-known War... uvui.i.i.,,, n,iu mi:u giicAui iMi" i , ~ ~*~ _-•-........ , i{la t -. ; - ucll residents. • Ho is employed' ut vnd Mrs." A. E. Erdman, of Co-' , " , • Il;om Mem l>his where she the Owens druir store at Wardeil Itimbia City, Ind., after he had >, ns ,, en vLsllln » M'ss Mary Alice " ' spent the Thanksgiving vacation', ec " she was accompanied llol " c by her cousin, Miss Betty Tliompson, of Grenada, Miss who °- was here for a brief stay before re- ITZl Ercrjlhrng /or yoi'ir enfertallii and comfort imcn )een admitted lospilal. to . the Methodist Mrs. D. D. Long, of Braggadocio, is a patient at the ' Memphis vletliodist hospital. C. Neely, of Carulnersvllle, has Jecn admitted to tlie Memphis 3ye. Ear, Nohe and Throat hos- Ulal. ••• 'i i •', Leslie Bevill has returned from' Memphis, where he was a patient at Ihe Baplist hospital for two days This group is made up of young while undergoing an examination married couples between tlie ages Hc was accompanied thera by Mrs of 25 and 35 years who meel each Sunday nighl at 0:30 o'clock Tuesday Club Meets. The Tuesday Bridge club had it weekly party Monday, instead o the cuslomary day, when Mrs Himler C. Sims was hostess. In the bridge games which followed lunch. Mrs. Harry Kirby won high and Mrs. w. D. Chambltn. Xwcond high. *. • • » waplisl Women Continue Study. The members of the Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist church'continued their soscial week of prayer and study for foreign missions in a meeting-Tuesday afternoon at the church: Similar meetings are being hsld this afternoon, Thursday and Friday "Evangelkm Work on Forcbn Fields" was the subject with Mrs. M. C. Outlaw as leader. Mrs. U W. Mullins took up the theme "An Appeal. For The Foreign Mission Board." Mrs. Harry Pritzius spoke on "Ye Hath Done It Unto Me," !Urs. if. u. Brooks on "In the Land of the southern Cross." Mrs. n. H. Small on "The Evangelization Among thc women in Argentine" ? «r -™ 15 ' F ' Blome >-<* told thc story 'China For Lotlit Moon" '" 6 orrercd b >' the B=v. arpenter, Mrs. Carpenter. Mrs Leslie Moore. M rs. Lloyd Stlckmon and Mrs. Tom w. Jackson. At the conclusion of the program an offering was taken for the Lotlie Moon fund. • * • Compliment Mrs, Blomeycr. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, leader in the Maple Grove cemetery association was given a surprise party satur- 'My by other members of this group ipcause it WBS hi5 birthday. The T.'omen met at the home of Mrs. frank Webb and went [o the residence of the honored guest after Mr. Blomeyer had taken Mrs. Blo- mcyer down town. They arranged Mattie Brycans. Mrs. R. A. Copeiand, who recently underwent a major operation at the Memphis Baptist hos- PH»!, is steadily improvin" Dr. Edna Nies. who has been confined to her bed for a week because of an injured back, is improving but is yet In bed. Mrs. S. J. Cohen returned today from Memphis, w ], er e she has been with Mr. colien who-13 at the Baptist hospital because of injuries received in na recent motor the table with a centerpiece of a birthday cake, decorated with tiny tapers, and surrounded with gifts. Tlie table was laid for the 15 present. EASIER FILING ' D jj ^-(Utn f^-inei youroHarids.:. Girls in offices especially appreciate one qualilyof Chamberlain's l-olion . .-. after using it, papers never slick to your fingers. Chatnbcr- laii/s is a clear, golden liquid, dries quickly, is never sticky, grca'sy or gummy. And, Chamber- Tarn's Loltoct helps keep your hands and skin attractive, lielps because it satimscs. At all toilet goods counters. Chamberlain Laboratories Inc., DCS Moines, Iowa. .VOUR Weds. - Thurs. THE DTONNE QUINTUPLETS in "Reunion" With 'Jean Hersholt, Rochcllt Hudson, Helen Virison,' Slim Summerville and Robert Kehi The driirnalic home-coming of thc Country •babies" Doctor's 3,00f) grown-up I'aramounl News and Comedy. "No Place Like Home 1 ' TUESDAY, DEC. 8— 575.00 HANK NIGHT! Last night Mr. W. B. 1'arvcr o this city was called for the ?50.UU —Bui he was not present eithe .Matinee or Nighl—Making BANK DEPOSIT next week $75.00! i ROXY Adm.—Always 10 & 25c—Ic Ta Show Every Night Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sundi Friday &• Sunday iilafinccs—2:! Saturday Jlalincc — ConUmiou. Sho\rin» — 1:00 Till Il:0o r. Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Price of All Children—lOc PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES and get set to HOWL! • "flmcl.'saict he'd clc.in our van! Irco, Inn maybe you'll licllcr my liini e\trj liccansu he's working lo liny my CliriMiiuis-'prcsent." ' "some changes "«•• Wiouiiht" Frank ft^'i-i; 'Development.-, -rimt Give __ _ , Hope and Enr.ournisehient" Mrs, „, ..... ., ,7 „ , neither King; 'The Challenge of ' ( u'i "i.^. °" * M ''"«'«»"•'" ">K" Molmimncduii' ilw.,1 ,,t i«ii(!kwulcr. . n com- |s,,r Mac 0 Illcknion- 'Meeting miinlly live mlle.s east of Mtiiilln, ||,n r ..... luilalc and Vi rent Nee r ^y II,P • (iij.uu, a T. u. .of Ihc uitilii .Jon,., praye, iaymomi HM Ilnmist chmch, In u meet- Xinch.yj ( , lo • r ove K the T hem™ «,,.J; ..... } yn "V ll< , ' m ' llty - sK ""• Wowhou UMior. M»* Olau-io iiunljeis uf llu< local Kiwip mo- Stcw,,u M,s C. U. KcttlnKci toicd Him. for u,<: oruanl/.alloii. with Mn Udsvln Jonc.s n cconi|S 'Ihlji progrutn was pivsenlcil liy ii>l; I'lcle cliiil conduclcrt l>y MI-, Ilii- Cimtus yioiip on the tlicmo, Claude Slewail, talk ' Foi Chiist' •'Afriai lor Chrisl"; sciiptiiro, Mrs. Milton Cirulinm. lluy il.vui; violin solo, Woodrow Hslur: "l<i>l)u!l(llng Our Mission- rt "iy ProHi'inn In Africa," Chink". Una r. wllh Uio.se usslsllnij: "Our Is believed that klssln-; oil»- ituicrt fiom (he di'sne of men to know. »lietl)6r lliuir «l\es ami years,!' dniishim nn'tl wine. Christina's Ring OsceoUi Sociely crranal Osrcola-Wilsun, Club Mci-ls. -,... • Mrs, Joe Cramer was hoslcss'al' her counlry home near Driver yesterday afternoon lo the Osccoh-' Wilson Bridge club. .Mrs. Roy Wilson was awarded, highest honors and Mrs. c. B. ; Driver won second prize. ] : • • "- • '• Mrs. Ida Tucker''is i-he guesl of her son, Sam Jackson, and Mrs' ; Jackson in MEinphls alt this wesk. Mrs. Roy H. caiiley of New Or- leans Is here'for :i two weeks visit wllli her parents. Mr. aiul Mrs. \v, "' Uiunscy. '.'... B'Nai Brith to Meet Tiic. ll'Nal ilrllh will liavc call meeting 'Thursday night, o'clock, al (he Temple .Israel, it has been announced by the; pics Ident, ike Miller. Night Cough -' ij-'cliccltec! wilhout :"do'stiij;.' r Knlrnnclnn Wcddliie fttnu' Sets with beautiful blue while Koll- lalio In iiatiunl cold setting to nmteli diamond set Wedding fling. 2 Rilljr $9/1,. 75 ^ l< up Sol Soli Lai re Diamonds :t\ - Poifecl blue \\\\\(e slouei of all -ilres ..llicli nutmiil beauty ciiliaiu'ed wilh the modem settings of platinum, imtutal and white gold ...some with diamonds hi shnnk .$2X50 lo $350 H_^X ..,|^,J,,JU IO .JPOJU huw "Her" Diamonds lie-Set,— ; If "lier" moimtings are a -bit okl-fushloned you niuy bring lliem n|i-to-di>te at .1 \eij nomlnil clmrgc, A laruo display of latc.st lypo mounting 1 , —Moderately Priced, Up Viom $12,50 2^l West Main I'lioiie 1. .;.out of the om of Plenty come the good things that smokers enjoy .,, mikl r/pc\ tobaccos from the Carolinas, Gcoigia, Ken- Uicky, Ma ryluncl an d Vii gi n in—there's aplenty of the best in Chesterfield. ..'. aromaiic tobaccos . from Turkey aiul Greece—and plenty to make Chesterfields taste better— ' and different. Pleasing taste and aroma, refreshing mildness—Chesterfields aic chockfull of the good things you enjoy in a cigarette. y "Memories of Spain" and Comedy .. .for the good things smoking can give you ... en/oy Chesterfields WFnft MY«! To«,«CO Co

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