The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 21, 1939
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, "(ARK.) 'CdtJHlER NEWS Engaged Soci FRIDAY'S. EVENTS Fidells class, First Biplist church, meeting' 7:30 o'clock at church. Formal Danciiig- arly Given at Woman's Club. Members of the junior social group were 1 , entertained, at'a' for- ihal dancing; party given last night by Miss Roberta Florman, . Miss Constance' Denton and Miss June Martin at (he Wohiah's club. A holiday' background was form-ed by the decorations of balloons, mistlttos and holly. Various col- oied balloons tied with mistletoe floated over the 'dancers. Windows and doorways were also ornamented with mistletoe, while the mnntel was banked with holly through which blue lights were re fleeted. Miss Flojjnan received with Herman Cross PoBey, Miss Uenton wilh Bill Wilson and Miss June Martin with Steve Brooks, Jr. 'Mrs. A. B. Kali-field, Mrs. George M. Hunt and Mrs. Sam Flonnnh, who were invited as chaperons, assisted in serving punch and cookies Io the guests. A bowl of mistletoe and holly in the cenler ol which a single taper burned ...balanced the refreshment table at Hie Other end of which was (he jiunch bowl. Red tapers flanked the bowl. Th'e fifty guests included students returning holhe from colleges and private schcooh for the holidays.. ' FLAPPER FANNY COPS. \m er »u tcmcc. me. r. M. BCO. a. ». P»T. t,ir:- By Sylvia Chaperons Announced For Bachelors Daiicc /^number- of. parents, of students at .the University .of Arkansas al •Fa yet lev) lie, former students of Uie school and boosters -of : the state Christmas dance Thursdtvy, Dee. j Albert K. Tny'lor "Bring him over sometime. Mac gets iVvvful lonesome—all the other dogs in the neighborhood are too big for him to lick." universitj make up' the list of people who • are ' being invited by lha. Fochu'ors club to chaperon the 28 at wlilcli the University ol Ar- score prize kansas orchestra will play. The affair ;\vhich will be given at the city auditorium will mark the first anniversary of the club. College students relimilnj home for the holidays will be guests of the club and the colics* orchestra. The chaperon list follows: Mr. nnd Mrs, Ed Jar ttor'mn, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence II. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore and Mr. nnd Mrs. E [ A. Stacy, Mr. nnd Mrs. w. L. Horncr, Mr. and Mi's, Cecil Shane Mr. and Mrs. j; Lonls Cherry, Mr. inti Mrs. Elton W. Kiibf, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Affllck, Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halues, Mr.- nnd Mrs, C. A Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson and Mr. and Mrs Frank '29 \7S )5 Jewels, y«|| 0 while o6ld filled t. VERI-TH1N SHADOW .V*37.^.- 17-iswcl Prtti.: Jian moYamcnl. Yellow goW fill, f a ,co! 8 , GsiW. lie bccV:. receive a high . Re rrcslim eiils were served nt the conclusion of the games. '' * * Have Clirlslmas 1'arly And Election Of Officers Mrs. Rcy Hcntl was elected president of llie B. T. U. of (he First Baptist chinch MonUay night when members had a Chrlslmas parly iu the soclnl rooms of Ihe chur6h. Olhci 1 omcer's 'wli'o will nisist her duVing the coming j-ear nve: Robert \va<ic, vice president; Mrs. Robert Wiide, secVeln\-y ami treas- iirci'; Mrs. Roy Porter, corresponding Eeeietaryj George Ingram. Mr.?. Alberto Dees luul Mrs. Ilicn ,Hchn, 'rc«l> caplnlns. After supper, the group sang Ohrlslmns cfli'ols atiti i>lnyed Lnler were pvcscnlccl. Officers Elected Williams op Osceola. Has Cliib'tl>iu.4y. Christmas decornlions were used '"D^"'^^^^ wns "eel t rt sa < Ss?vvK«t« «*!»*? ond country club nnd one guest, Mrs. P. L. Engler, at a party, Refreshments were served al the conclusion of the garfies In which awl Mrs. _ James B.' Clarl' second ™vlce . Other officers chosen were: Mks Minnie Foster, co-chaU-mnn; Mrs high In (he bridge games.' Arc Guests of Club. Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. Robert, Stockett and Mrs. Walker H. Baker were guesls of Mrs. Elton W. Kirby Tuesday afternoon when she entertained members of Ihe Tuesday Bridge club with n pnrly at her home. Red carnations predominated In the bouquet of mixed flou-ers used lor the centerpiece of the dining table nt which lunch was served. Mrs. Hunter c. Sims wne high Korer end Mrs. Floyd A. White seccnd high in the bridge games which followed. * < • Is lioslcss To Club Mrs. Ben W. Harnole was hostess to members of the ADC Bridge club nnd two guests, Mrs. Rcnktrt Wetenkamp and Mrs. Don Smith at a bridge party yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn. ' Gifts were distributed from the Chrlslmas tree which added to the holiday clecorntions.. The hostess presented- both guests with a gift Christmas tallies were used tor the bridge games In which Mrs .. Sisk, chairman; 1 Miss Willie Davis, social chairman; Miss Minnie l3ro\Vh, publicity chairman. Colorful balloons \vere suspended nbuit the dining room where supper was served. Favors were candled candle holders. In the living room there was n Christmas trce about which the group gathered fof the distribution of presents. Bits of News Mostly Personals .. Admission will be free and a number of children's pictures will ™, 'T™' 0 " ««ch as our Gang m Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Erdmann of Columbia City, Intl., came Friday .to spend the Christinas holidays here wilh Mr .and Mrs. Ross Ste- velis, Mr. and Mrs.' i. XL Jont? nnd Mrs. E. 'A. Qoodlich, and families. . Gerald Curler, n student at the University of Arkansas at Favelt/>- Ville, returned home last night to spend the holidays here wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R/Carlci John. McDowell attended the dance given by Miss Ma'rie Fontaine at the Hotel t'eabody in Memphis last night. Among tlie Blytlievllle people at Osceola last night for the dance Spnin Usrey, Miss Rs Sara Lou MP- uii tnuc-y, ,T»..M .jww i UA r, iJuyML'iim, was an- -rnes Edwards, J. T., nouneed recenlly. The prospccl- _---.. M- P. Brownlee, Carl ivc brido is (he daughter of Wil- Ganske, Barnes Crook, Spohcsr liam Avercll Harriman of New Alexander, J. w. Purlle, Clarence York, chairman of (lie bnarrl of Webb, Harold noscnthal, Bob Her- i Hie Union Pacific Railroad, anr! a rick, Robert Re'cdcr, Leo UnUenlch. granddaughter of the Into Ed. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Oas nnd wart ! 1[ - Harriman, famed finan- ctaughtcr Dorothy, nnd son, Stan- I l '' er ar >d railroad pioneer, lev, left today for Detroit, Mich., ' where they will spend the holidays ' ,vith relatives. j Howard M-^oy has arrived home i from tlie University of Arkansas at I'toyctlcvlHc, to spend (he holidays here with ills parents. Mr nnd Mrs. Howard Frisby. . Nfr. and Mrs. j. D. McDowell and son, John* 'will leave tomorrow for Monroe, La., where they will spend Ihe holidnys with Mrs. McDowell's sisters, They will be accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Parrar, who will ,•- lo Dr. Shirley Fisk, • .New York physician, was an- Fitunaurkc-Pool Ol interest is ths marriage ol ~j i,.tQ. 4\ivt|jii Tiiirar, wno will ^ : ^ Charline Pool to Henry Filz- vlsit her parents in Shrcveport, I J11 » lll ' i ce 1 M'hicli oocurrcd in the Steele-Cooter Society—Persona.1 La., and Mrs. c. E. Coulter who will visit her daughter, Mrs, Harold Kink, and Mr. Pink over Clirist- • home of Justice of fence T. L. Catsiiiy of BiytiicVille on the evening of Dee. fl when only a few close friends from Tjlcr attended. Tlie bride is tlie attractive mas. Jack Webb, a student fil the iMt unue 15 UJL- auractive University of Arkansas at Fayette- daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Joe Pool vllle, arrived home last night to Df Tyler, .She attended Ciioter high spend the holidays here with his £ ? 1 '°<' 1 - The bridegroom is the son -mrents, Dr. and Mrs. Ploycl Webb °' w - J - Fitamaiiiice, prominent Mr. and •- '- ' will go to •ow lo spend the Christmas holl, Jays with relatives. They will be'l TIlc ^ " wv ^ 'o their new home 'ohied there Saturday by Mr Har- .,°" tlle Pilsninnrlco rarm Tuesday --••••--• 'or thk weak and a shower is being iven in their honor by friends ^i. «im mis. rzoyci vveup. • "• x ^^"'uuiicc-, prominent »nd Mrs. Ben w. Harpc'le !i <"rio\yner and gir.ner of near Ty- to Trenton. Tenn., tomor- ler - - Hc ntterKled Oarulhorsvllle snend t>^n r,iirict,»nc iir^n_' hteh school. . pole's sister, Miss Cora Lynn Harpole. ' Miss Elols Rnmey who attends — u .^. w . ( -^»»,wj tiuu ivti^^ one j . >- •" '-- -••- - — Rnmey, who attend the Chicago i " so wtl ^ dc <:o r *tecl in the .Christ- Art' Institute In chtcngo came ? li>s Mllein e and a large dccor.iud "or thch vacation more than n I trCe - w:ls - the center of attraction. noon'" Dl * thevllle 5'^terday afternoon _ To Give Annual Yule Theater Party Friday wm^olV" ,f 'F^W- Mccutchcn Mrtv to n le M anl)unl C1 »^'"M • Blythev '«c children Prl- Couples Observe 20th Wedding Anniversary Two BDthevillo couples will celc- biale their 2Cth wedding nnniver- sarios this week In Informal fashion Ihey are Mi-, and Mrs. Jjryant Stewart, whose anniversary Ls today, and Mr. and Mrs. H,. E. Blaylock, who celebrate theirs Sit- urdny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stewart were Inar- i-lcd Sunday riiornlng at four o'clock at the home of her parents, Mrs. W. T. Matthews, and the Inte Mr Matthews, by the pastor of the .First Methodist church. Mr Bry- nnt, R lieutenant In the U. S. army in the World War, had just returned from Camp Travis Tex where he had been discharged n THURSDAY,:-DECEMBER *2i, 1939- £hoi-t Ume before. Mr. and Mrs. Blaylock were married at the home of Mrs. Bliylock's parents, Mrs. R. N. Htn, nnd the late Mr. Hill, by the late Rev. Mr Pnter, minister of the Christian church. Mr. Blaylock, who had also been a lieutenant In the U S army In Die war, had 'come home in June. To Give Program At New Liberty Church A Christmas program will be presented at the New Liberty church Monday night nt 7-30 o'clock, It wns announced today. Reading, songs nnd a playlet Good Will Townru Men", will be included on the program. Those In charge have extended an invitation to all to fittcnd. County Health Unit To Close Saturday „'" le . Mississippi County Healthi Unit will be closed Saturday so that the employees of that office may enjoy t he cin-lstmns holidays II was announced today. As that is the day'on which children are given inoculations It was urged that the children' be brought in tomorrow Rend Courier News v>sni ad's: At The Hospitals Blythevttlc Hosilltiil Miss Marie Powell, city, admitted. Ollla Alton, city, admitted. Hayden Williams, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Miss Louise Lnttfcll. city, dls- iSlcinphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Eimiiett Chiles. Joiner, admitted, j '*5ij Memphis MclhoiUsl Hospital Mrs. W. N. FOM'lcr, Wilson, nd- mitted. Memphis Baptist linsnltnl II. .C.. Long. cll> ¥ , admitted. Mrs. T. H. Harris, city, admitted Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Walton BONN/E'/.,'', ?%!&:$ . ntnl. YclloV gold c| (cc j • cost, Guildii" back.. fr.'Maui ; STORE . • thonc, 49 The Public Is Cordially to inspect the toys which have been renovated for the purpose of brinjring narijnncss to those unfortunate chil- fli-en whn otherwise would have little' to afford them pleasure this Christmas. The completely repaired and rc- Pamlcd toys will ) )c (m display at the ri £ T>? ' A " (li)ori »n' from 7 i>,M, until Si P.M. this evening. • of Blytheville, At bridge Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr. received high score prize and Bridge award, Mrs. Guss Cooper j received second high and Mrs.' Veimer Campbell, traveling honors.' Gifts were exchanged from tree. the; "or thch vacalion more than veek ago. Miss Sue Rnmey stopped n Columbia for a visit wilh her islcr as she was en route home om Chicat-o. Mrs. II p. Kelsey Or., nnd rinugh-'' er, Betty Lin, returned yesterday rom Colliervilie, Tenii., where hey had visited Mrs. Kelsey's par- ills for several days. Simon Joseph, of Oznrk, will ar- ive Saturday night to spend the holidnys here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph. . Mrs. George Hninlltoh nnd sons, Bill arid George Stevens, came Tuesday morning to spend the holidays here with Mrs, HnmlUcn's parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Slevens. Mr,, Hamilton, whe accompanied her here, left this morning .'or Tulsn, Okln., where lie and his Music Box orchestra have nn en- acement for the holidays. In natural ripening, fruit gives „ oft gns. The ripening process can J' or C1 " lol! r . cllcf ie done in hnlf the normal tlnw- r ? m , , <1 ' C1 , mls !?S with better results, by replacing: of ""I' 1 * lilkc G6S s ' ' Ldiuiit -.Tablets - Salve - Hose Diops " The hostess served ham salad.' Boston cream pie nnd coffee. Next week Ihe society will be entertniuKl! in 'the home of,. Mrs. Glynn White. - Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Fitzmnurice, Misses Katlicrine, Netha and Mar- i gafet Fllzmniirlce spent Thursday i In Memphis shopping. Bnriiey Grcemvay is spending Severn! days vacationing in Hot Springs, Ark. Mfs. Robert Rushing was a vlsi- MANHATTAN . PAJAMAS Comfortable sleeping s;lr . mrnts in overnight Wfrffp $2 and $2.50 Xj F* HANDKERCHIEFS 35c , 3 lor $1.00 U.E AN EH-n.OTUJKK—TAILOR NK .53 75 Treat Your Family To Christmas Dinner At the Noble We're planning the most dcUiious fcnst Ohoict yoniis turkey and all the Iradlltonni tiislies that' "a with llie hoh-tey. It Kill be an elaborate numi, served in the beautiful Blue Hoohi. Don't forget . . . Christmas Day .it To the Men- When in Doubt- Give HOSIERY We will wrap your package, ready for the tree. M 0 J U D CREPE Silk Stockings * Grind Christmas gifts because Iheir sheerer looks and longer life take them out of the class of ordinary stockings, and make tSem worthy of this excitiiig occasion! Sive Mojud Crepes and grateful friends will be so enthusiastic that you'll soon be Wearing them yourself i $1.15 $1.25 GREETINGS! Christmas is almost here again, With peace on earth, good will toward men; If you will visit our store this week-end, We will every assisfance lend To make your holiday shopping complete, Wilh everything- that's good to cat; And at this season, to all hearts "most dear, _We_ wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! in Have You Place j Your Order for One? TOMATOES Hand Packed Standard No. 2 Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Garth's 46 oz. Can CORN Pride Of Illinois Full No. 2 Can PINEAPPLE JUICE Dehn&nte No. 2 Can CRANBERRY SAUCE Jack Sprat 17 oz. Can . Style ,.. Ea. 7c ... Ea. 17c Ea. 9c ... Ea. 13c Ea. I4c . 1 Lb. 49c Xmas Dinner Complete ° haSe 9nd Sanb ° rn " Dated " Re S»lar or Drip ~1 Lb. Pkg. 23c Argo or Roscdale in Syrup No. 2| Can ........................ ; . Ea. 15c CRACKERS Fresh and Crispy . . •> j L L A ^ i c. ™¥™™WL^^ Pure gane Best grade 10 Us in Cioih Sack Sic LIMA BEANS Garden Fresh Green Delmonte ...... No. 2 Can 15t PEAS Green Giant Large Tender Kind,;.., ................ No. 303 Can I7c fflllA Swiss Large Only .............. v f BT1 w i a~ BEANS Blytheville "Whole" .^ZllZZZIIZn: 2 S 25c Nice Assorfment o' Fruits arid Nuts BREAD C : andT „ ..:.::.; ..... ..... Can 12c S,, Whole, iii B0xjs_ BUTTER Best Creamery ....... Lb. 33c BOX BACON Wilson's 1 Lb. box 24c SAUSAGE ................ 2Lb. sacks 40c poundll HAMS Fresh 1C-12 Avg. '. Lb. 18t CHEESE Full Cream Fresh Oysters Lb. 23c All Sizes We Deliver 104 S. Division Street Phone 184 GROCERY fy MARKET .FKI..SAT,>aiOM)AY, Dee. 3.2,, ii3 & 25

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