The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1939
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' '"JPAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.} COURIER NEWS Club Has Parly. * Holly and mistletoe- gave n Chrisjmas atmosphere Jo the home of'Mrs.'Rayniond .Smith' Thursday afternoon V'hen she had a'phrlsl- luas party for members of trie Double Four Bridge ^lub. White Christinas trees reflected in; a mirror over which Santa Vari-Cqlored Lights Cover Christmas Trees Over City Blytheville \vas a pretty city last house on West Main ami the Harry ih to over u'htrh Knnin , »1 \ r, — *--*--sj v.njr i»uv **uuot= uu wv&i Aiain f isy ssuss a&* £3- M,',°2,,S£ r^r- ta -« Mrs. Theodore Logan "was second high In the bridge games which 'followed.' :•:.'.,•• • .•'.'•'«' f • • •' ' W.'F:'M. S. Meets Eight niembers of the'Woman's , ers '.°" Hca , ni stl ' eel ' whlch > 1(!s Foreign Missionary society met at '" ma . rwls D > lights nblaze on a large the liome of Mrs. W.' O.' Adams F er Br«n In the center of the Thursrtav flhfnioon "' onl >'"'«• Thursday Tlie service was .opened with The service was .opened with , ™ gc u very eecve prayer by Mrs. Mildred Mayo, fol- U 1 '!« setting Is the outdoor tree of lowed with a lessoivfrom the study «'? /<"»i Miles Miller residence lowed with a lesspivfrpm' the study book taught by sirs'. Oscar Aies- aiirfer and Mrs. Harold Thompson. Mri.' pari Roberts dismissed the group "with prayer. *'>•*' Is Gufst of Club. Mr; W H Ford ^as a guest ot Mrs. Hugh .WhlUHt Thursday nf- ternoori \^hen slip cn'eitaincd members of the Friday Bridge club i)4h a party at her home The holiday season was emphasized lu the Christmas trpe and poinscttias and holly arranged about the qnteilaming rooms There were gifts on the tree for each Jnehibor. A salad plate with an Iced diink T\as served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs Whit silt was high scorer wid Mrs J P Holland, second high: Bits of News Mostly Peisonals Fred Rutherford Jr, who attends Chamberlain-Hunt Military Acade- mj at Port Gibson, Miss has ar rued home to spend the Christmas holidays Ills parents, MJ and Mrs Rutherford, motored to Memphis for him Thursday Mr and Mrs Randolph King of Jackson, Te'riii., will come this afternoon to spend the holidays with MIJS. -King's mother,--Mrs. T. J Crowder, and family Miss Mary 1 Anil Sabers, a student at Arkansas State College at Jones the multi-colored llghU. The largest decorated tree of the outdoors Is tiwt of the B. P. Klg- ers, on Hcani street, which has Not so large but very effective on the Bnrflel'd road. There are numcrciis other outdoor trees similarly arranged as last year. Among these are tlic Byron Morses on Kentucky ave- nue'which has three lighted trees to form a cnnopy, nnd the Dr. I. R. Johnsons', Bollards', G. G, Hub- jmrds 1 mid Cecil Siinnes' on West Main street. ' " ' A new outdoor scene Is that of Jesse M. Wiitc, en Davis avenue, which can be effectively seen as approached oil that street. It is on' the side of (lie house. The Russell Campbell residence on Henni slrect again hns lis n't- traclhc root 'scene of Santa Claus and his reindeer approaching the chimncj , Tlie Dr. child scene, erected annually at this rcsldcncp on West Main street, was bcliig arraiigcfl jas't night. For the doorways which typify tl\osc scenes on Christmas cards, none showed up better last night than that of the Floyd A.. \Vhitcs on West Ash street. ' Similar in deslgii arc tliosc oil residences of the p. VV. Aftilcks oil Tenth street, the A. Cohways on West Main street,-the A. M. Butt cBcoratlon of scene on nn interior, which i as the rain be seen from a molslure-w' to car, was that of the.Wed .vu,,,- crfords on the Bnrfleld road who have their living ami dining rooms gay with a large tree, an attractive door decoration ahti many oih- er lights.' V Thp Frank 0. Douglas house on Kentucky avenue Jin's nn unusually large tree and other gay' trimmings and the J. A. Leeches have their usual beautiful tree In "its perfect setting of the curved windows on Die front with sliver predominating In the colors which shine through the many paiicd windows. ' There ore many other effective doorways among which arc the ffarry Kiru'y residence, Thomas U Ivy, the C. E. Crlggcr house and Ihe M. A. Isaacs arid William Lnwfhes, the latter two having electrically lighted wreaths.' 1 ' Unusual interior lights are not so numerous, which calls even more attention to their attractiveness, The Ross . Hughes have n row of tapers lit front of their tree mid the Joiin c. McHancy residence has several windows filled with lights. '' fn addition ( 0 the green gar- mls with their center lighted wreaths and the inulti-colorcd standards oil tii'e street lights <(«wn toivii, the Ileaton Home of Flowers lias n gaily trimmed place with Its green houses, outdoor trees and tlic corner of Davis avenue decorated, and the KLCN radio broadcasting" station liiis its tower topped with a pretty alar, for oiitstniiding commercial displays. .."... CHURCH NEWS FJ11ST I'KKSKYTEItl^N CHURCH Japios A. Ovcrliojscr, minister " Sunday school 0:45 a.m. Morning worship 11 aJn . Theme "If Every Day Were Christmas," Vesper service 5:00 p.m., "In Thy day afternoon fcr St. Louis ijnd! Qulnc>, 111., where .they wili'spend the holidays with relatives. ' Mr and Mrs. W. L. Horiicr will so io \Vheatley today ' to spend serjously ill, stowly Improving, but will be confined Vo 'l)'er bed for "nl least another week. ' The Rev. EuphA D. Beasley, formerly of here, is spending llio 0 - ... r,.. v ui.bjr \UMEIJ vu aiju-riu invny ui neic, is spcnoiiig inc Christmas with Mrs. Horner's par- holidays here with relatives She — <•••••• ""•" i"icng cuts, Mr. and'Mre. H. K. Smith .\ came •••j,cre Irbm Potau 'okla ^ F ™' mcel ln Uleir respective Their son, Jack Homer, anfl Miss where she had been conducting I ac F rtm . (!n ts. ' ' The Young People's Meeting' and the Midweek Prayer Service will iiol tie held this week. " v - Kiwyoiie Is cordially invited to ^ , n „, >, attend the services of this cliurch :3 P' m ' Worsl11 !' P» l . i_ ' . wfpn- sermon by the pastor. BAPTIST CHAI'Ei;' r ~~ •IJlly slrp'el ' 9:30 a.m. Sunday school FIRST KAiTIST CHURCH Walnut at 'Eiglith Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor Sunday: ' " 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship Special music: Anthem "The Lord Is Born" Duel, Sermon—"When Angels Sing," fi:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evening worship—"The Other Wiseman" by Intermediate Wednesday—AU-Churcli-Niglit 7:00 p.m. Departmental meeting 7:30 p.m. Mid-week service ' 3:30 run. Chplr rehearsal. 'FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Main & 7ili '" E. B. W'i | 'ams, pastor Church school 9:45 a.tii.;' s • K Garrett, siipcrintcridpnt. Morning worship 10:55 a.m. Services brotidcast over KLCN Aiithpm: "Hnllpllijah Choriis"' fi-pm the Messiah by Handel. Message' "What We Have poiie to Christ'^ Evening at'7:30 p.m. Cantata— 'Tlie Carol Prom the Skies" by'El- Icn Jane Lprenz dirccte<l by 'Mrs \Vilson Henry. 9:00-11.-3d each morning (he pastor will be In his study to see anyone who • wishes to counsel with him. Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Bible Study -Life of Christ.' ' Thursday 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, • ,.'...,. ^ Sunday 0:45 p.m. Tlie Young Nannie Cl . V..MI. .<V[*,V1, ailvl JVll^a, OJIl.: IULLI IXJL11 UOIl(HJUlln>J a ' ' larkc-. Smith went to ' mcetlng' ; nnd plans to go'to Arizona ! " ~ Thursday. They were after the holidays. ] ''"'GRIM I,UTHEKA\ C11UKC1! i far as Memphis by'.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Gcprge pppp, of- H - J - Ktciuilicnst, pastor 'rs Fnrmnr Piiffift'Tirl fittrl ChiCflffO. : \t'il7 rnmt\ CnnVTn.T f« ' MOHlIn^ Kncyfrn O'.l^ .. m o— Morning service am Ser- spend Christmas." with Mrs. Rbpp's - mon theme: "Preparing our Hearts Boulder Citv Nev came jesterdai to spend the holidays here \\lth liie Rev and Mrs F M S\\eet Clirlstmas Day, the Sweets will have as.their guests, r JIr. and Mrs..Hariy W Cowan and Jamlly, of Manila, Who will come o\er for a family reunion. Miss Wanda Smith came In yesterday from' Fayetteville where she attends the Uiilversih of Arkansas She will spend the Christmas holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J D Smith Mr. arid'Mrs. D. F.' Foark. of St. Louis, came yesterday to spend the Christmas holidays here with their rtaughter, Mrs. Fred Rutherford, and Mr. Rutherford. Miss'Jenny Wren Dlllaliunly of Poland, O., will irriye today to be <be guest of her ijiother, Sirs. O. W. Dillahii'nti', and faiiiily over Christmas. ••••.•'-.• • 'Aliss Mary Adah Robinson lias returned home from Memphis wherp •she attends Southwestern College. She will spend Ihe holidays here with her father, Dr. Finley A. Robinson, and .family. : :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. -Glover lelt today-for Little Sock where they will spend the Christinas vacation. -Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lynch Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Lichtcnslcin. c(;st. Louis, are expscted to arrive today to spend Christmas with' Mr. Lynch's parents, Mr. and Kirs. -B. "-Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Klass and daughter, Jac'aucllne Jo, led Fri- Mrs II. C. Holder has gone to Shawiiee, Okla.'.'to visit li'er da;i^h- ters Mrs, Fred Ean'defiir' anil .,yis. H D Deshares nhtl fiiiulHcs. She ,111 spend the holidays''there. Mr nnd Mrs. Eai-1 WUllnms, of Memphis, Mrs. Molly Moore nnd daughters, ftiss M. E, Moore aiid Mis; Lena Moore, of .j'dncsbprOj Rill be the week end guests of !v|r. and Mrs. Don Edwards. •Mi", and Mrs. Farmer England will go to Arkadelph'ia for the Christinas holidays with Mrs, England s mother, Mrs.' Winb.urn. Mr. and Mrs. John Hiigii McLeod Jr., of Houston, Tex., left- for New Orleans Friday morning "after a brief visit with Mrs. Leslie Hocp- er and daughter,'Miss Lois. Mr. and. Mrs. McLcod and Miss, H were iii Memphis Thursday night. H.. C. Holder tnui Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Holder are spending the phristmns holidays with relatives In Olwell, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ford will leave, today for Fulton, Ky.,-' lo spend the holidays with relatives. .Mr... .and Mrs. MiUon Webb, of Chicago, arc spending the libifdays here with Mr. \Vehb's parents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. S. E, Webb, 'Mr. nnd' Mrs. u A. Moore of Wcwqka, 'Okla.. are the holiday guests of Mrs; Moore's parents, Mr. Miss Eugenia Crawford and Miss Mary D. - Fitzgerald, ' students ,il Arkansas College at Jonreboro, arc spending the holidays here with their parents. Miss Molly Guard, of Lindenwood college at St. Charles, Mo., also' home for the holidays, went over lo Jonesboro Thursday night to attend a college dance and returned with Miss Crawford and Miss Fitzgerald yesterday. Miss Margaret Jane Acton is spending Ihe holidays here with her parents. She 'is a student n't Arkansas state college at Jonesboro. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and Dr. Loiilse Remert, both of Springfield, Mo., \vlll come today to spend the Christinas holidays licre with. Mrs. Wunflcrlich's son, \y. j. \\'nn- derlich, aiidi family.' pr. Rcmnicrt nnd Mr. Wunderilcli are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lantrip and family left Friday aftenion for Alpeiin .PSGS, Ark., to spend the lioiidnys with Mrs. Lnntrlp's jiar- culs, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Waiklns. Insects do not grow afier once nlltilnih'g (lie adult stage. for a Blessed Christmas." The, Lutheran How, over 122 stations;, KLCN 3:30. pm. nhd'.WREc" Greetings And Biesji.. \Yjshps To You and Yours BEAUTY SHOP aiid Mrs. J. Green. . . . B. G. West is spending a few days in Little Rock. Mrs. lone Ropp, who lias been - 4 Friendly GYeeliiuj to You und a Sincere Thanks for Your Patronctfjc We look forward lo grcalcr fricndsliiiis Margaret's Beauty Shop New York Store Wishes every mie a .Merry Christmas and a Happy New- Year ami ni.iny (h'.inks |o :ill nur friends for their jratrnn- ajc. It has hccn nur urc Id serve you for the past ' llitrtj- years anil we hope to .seno you for many iiio'tr. Cordially, New York Store ^ pm. Hear Dr. Maler'j timely and helpful messages each Sunday Christmas Eve Children's Program 7:30 pjii, Special prograrii fry tile children of our day and Sunday schools, Early Christmas service 6 a.m Sermon subject: "Tlio Reason for Our Christmas Joy." Special vocal number: "O Holy Night." We cordially jiivlte all who have no church-home 6[ their' own to worship with us, In spirit, at the manger In Bethlehem. We wish nil a happy and blessed Christmas! 1'IIiST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth (jcp. W. Patterson, minister 0:45 a.m. Blblp school, V/.-'O. 11:00 a.m. Wprjlilp, cornmunlon nncl preaclilng. "Chrlst-tlie Rise and Fall of Many" will be- the sermon ihemc. 7:30 p.m. \Yorslilp and preaching. We most cordially Invite the public. strangers In' our city' especially Invited. We'll try to make you glad you ffaiiic our 'iyay. 1'IKST CHllitcil OF THE 1. L. VVoohuan, pastor 0:45 am. Sunday' school. E. L. Evans, •suncitiitemlenV! " ' J):cp a .in. No preaching service. Christmas program mid tree. 6:45 p.m. Young People's service, Mrs. Mlldi \-f. Mayo In tharge'. 1:30 p-m. Evcniiig worship. Sermon theme, "The Incarnation ami Birth of Christ," CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHUHCH OSjCEOI.A ' ' " Mstthcv,- A. Curry, priesl-ln-cliarge Dec. 24, Midnight service at 11:45 |).m. Members of St. Stephen's church who are planning to go arc urged . to get there early as there may not be enough seats for everyone. Miss Lillian Patterson is organist. Mrs. Kathleen Oglesby Thomns, of! niytheville, is helping with the musical program. SATURDAY; DECEMBER 23,1939 Pageantry of Christ- ^ n ^ P- m " c!lolr «' m Present a caudlel 8ht Christmas Vespers. Let us all lake advantage of this beau- No evening services or league. B STRKE?' METHODIST CHUJICH ' ' F *r o" ''""j ' ' . : M. Svjet, pastor , . Church school. Ivcrson Morris, superintendent: 1Q:« a.m. Preaching service. 6:00 pjn. Ypup* people's meetings. 0: . 0:30 p.m. . by the Church .. school and phrlstriias tree. No preaching' Bpryjcc. 7:30 p.m. Wodiipjjtia'y, mid week praj'cr service. ...... CHIJB£II pp CHRIST West Mijlii j't' iiijf'hwtiy 01 I>?ntoii M. Nea], evangelist Lord's .pay services: 1 ' "' 9:50 a.m. BiBie study. ll:cp a .in. Pi-caching. 11:45 n.iii. Coimuuiilpii. 6:30 Young People's meeting. 7:30 Preachjng. ' ' Mld-yyeck services: " 7:4& pin. \Vediicsday, Bible study and song uratclce. ' 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Ladies Bible I.UXOIU METHODIST CHUIiCJJ K. E. U iScariich Jr., pastor Church school at. 9:30 o'clock. Tlie children's Christmas program will be held ut 10:15 o'clock. This . program should make an inspira- FOR THE HOLIDAYS X and XX Phone Your Qrders Now to CRAIG'S DAIRY Phone 74 class, 110 sm|c?i, KLCN: Daily from to 12:30 oc'lock except Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You arc cordially Invited to each of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. ST. STEPHEN'S EMSCQPAi. Matthew A. Curry, recipf 24; All ....... exclian'ge vKiVbMfs! A^ed''"^ that is a supply of religious bobk^ suitable (o various gge levels ""'' Monilng prayer and sermon at 11:00 a.m. Text, "Came Down from ±^'L.. C A'^.' n K Pay. poly on at p:pp a.m. . , Fourth Sunday in Advent, Dec **" QWSh school" party, ittlren brin ? a p}!J W li}ch they ' 8 ' THE PILGRIM TABERNACLE 110 Chtrry street O. W. Doss, pasUr 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. !}:$ ».m. Yfprshlp service. ?:15 pjyi. Young; People's" service. g:00 p.m. Evangelistic 'service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, bilyer SC r- vjce. . r - In the absence of thf pastor the H*v. Aubrey Hood wllfbe in' charge of the services. • " At The Blythevilfe Hospital "*r***f" * %v w «vj' n.iii. *'*is5 Eiiwibcth Colioon £tp))&nd -IAV - - .-vv»j** In ll^e luti." Every J admitted.' *' ' " ""'"" ' p '.•-"' SVther^l^nM , U '» Sl > ' ^ Netli ' C LOV « 11 ' ^"- ^mitt4d- ^|^|ot| s c,^dS b Ypung and "*• WREC 3:30 P.M. 4 KM- Hcir llie nalti thcotogian DR.WALTERA.MAIER Take 'Her' Out SUNDAY Treat 'Wer" to Dinner At the r-SUN})AY'S MENU— Soup pr Frjijt t(jcktail . CHOICE OP MEATS; Roast Voting Turkey with Cranberry Sauce Baked Virginia Ha, in, cherry sauce with Pystfer Dressing '" / Brpadefi Veal Cutlets witti creajh sauce Vouiie Candied panish Green Beans Potatoes jr Sno^- IT4ke Potatoes • . Cjlfry Hearts ar)^ CHQICE OF DESSKltT: Pumpkin Chiffon Pic <u- Ch,ristni^s Pliirji Pudainp Hot Rolls, Coffef, Tea or J\ilk Lunch 3§t -^ Dinner WE WILL HA\E A S.pecicil Holiday M$nu For c Menus P-laniijd By Graduate Dietician' -:;;• ••••-- '•••t--i 'Vit ' W r-,'.. ' The Day Of Remfimbraiice v -..,.- ..,, human is ' U is ^o much, I suppose to effect or tradition to be without.its critics. So we find t|mt|v^n Christmas, with all its power to moye the spirit ' Perhaps it is true that the emphasis has swung a bit strongly 'to tire giving of gilts and the sending of cards-but is this! after all'! a ' thing to be condemned, •.....,,. , ; ..s Isn't it a pleasant and wholesome thing to have one holiday a year devoted to a demonstration of affection ami 'friendship? " ' ..... Doesn't each one of us feel a bit better for being remembered, and for remembering-even if the rememlj ranee take's the form " of nothing more lasting tha.n a greeting card? • . /' ' Certainly in these clays we have need for anything that will help strengthen iiiman bonds and personal ties. No one of unlives entirely ' by and for himsell, no one stands so completely on his own fefet aloire' that he owes no debt of gratitude to others for what they do'fp In our business we have nothing for sale except service and credit We have tried in every way possible to serve our community ;0 "the best of our ability in keeping with our- well established rule of s.afe and conservative banking, keeping injmind always the .interests of our customers and the building of the community- we serve. .." : : We wish for every customer and friend of this bank a ^ Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year and hope that the year 1940 will bring you greater prosperity and happiness than the year that has just passed. The Farmers Bank rn .' r^ 1 rust--Co. B. A. LYNCH, PRESIDENT,

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