The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1939
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children Dint day. teen few breaks In Columbus, Ohio Woman Ready To Start On Her 31st Diary COLUMBUS. O. (UP)-Como New Venrs Day, Mrs. John R Carlisle will start on her 3lst annual diary. Her husband, an attorney, 1ms the 1840 dlarv purohnsed becatuc H !s a foregone conclusion she will want one. 'When 1 their first child, John G,. now 29, was born, Mrs. Carlisle started keeping a day-by-day account record of Ills weight his frcdlne nml cryln* hnWts, niul «o on. When his sister. Jenette now Mrs. Robert Allen Monroe, wiw born about two years later, the diary became a record of both tlieir doings. Otilc About Children And all tl, c .se years, almost every night, just before going to ^X .DECEMBER 23, 19B9 Mrs. Carlisle lins written wlinl lins happened to her (wo There have ..._. -.. her' sclf-im- task, At one time she was a hospital for a time, mid the daughter kepi up the record. But the mother resumed just as .soon as she codld. When Hie children were away, she copied pirts of their Setters Into the diaries to keep the record complete. Tiie early volumes nbnund In anecdotes about the children, such ns tht> time thev were rncitis to BLYTHEVILLE (ABtC.)' COirRIER NEWS Carlisle home. Monroe, the son- in-law, is In New York at present. Mrs. Carlisle keeping the in them as n She likes to she will diaries b no task «l. all now (lint she simply writes ' " matter of course. write, and thinks , „,„ BO through all her diaries and try to compile a book from them. She belongs to Verse Writers Guild, unlvcr.s!l>> MoDicrs' club Delphian, and several other organ' Iwitlons. Demonstration Club News Notes sec who could gel to bed lirst, ami when Jenettc announced trium- DluuUlv she had won. her brother accused her ot not saying her prayers. Tliis ! she dented, upon which, according to the mother, (lie brother announced, "Well, she didn't say them with as much system as I did." ' Milestones Arc. Recorded Their baiitism. Uii-ir starling to, ....... . school, their iTaduatloii from Oliio I ' s atlcmle(i l)le meoiliig of Stale University here ami their tllc Council . held Saturday, Dec, wcddinps arc some of the milc-i 10 ' ni tlle Woman's club. stones of which the diaries tell Following dinner. Mrs. J. Mrs. Carlisle's "copy" Is hniiily icdls ' ot kcachvlllc, S«vc County Council Meets Sixty seven members of the North Mississippi County Council representing nine clubs and three j visitors attended the meeting of Mrs. Carlisle's "copy" Is hniily cs ' o ccvc, S«v these days, as the son his wife , lle ™tl c i" l l <"«! ""c croup and the daughter are nil nt li,c I "Silent. Night," The new ( WF, WISH OUR PRIKNng AND PATHONS EVERYWHERE at (lie I '• Sllellt , Nl f , _ I were Inslnlled W. the sail olllcers Mrs. Walter Methodist To Hear i Christmas Cantata I "Tlie Carol Prom the Skies" by Klleti June Loivnz is (he clirlsl- ,miis canliila which will be prcsent- icil Sumlny night at 1:30 o'clock by | tlie choir ot Ihc First Mclhodlsl (Church. Mrs. Wilson Henry Is director of (he affair. Numbers on the protein follow: "Watchman, What of the Night,?", choir; "o Come Ktnmamiel", choir; "The Everlasting Love", Mrs. Jinlph Hcnyman, Miss Mary Emma Hoed and cliolr; "Uchokt Vour God", Leiioy Drown and choir; "I3ethlc- lii-in Tuwn", Hotly Joan mil and Wioir; "Ah, Dearest. 'Jesits", Mrs. Ira wnlteis. "The First Christinas Carol", Wilson Henry and choir; "Gloria in Exwlsts", choir; "O, Arching Skies", Mrs. Itnlph ncrrymnn; "Tlu> Clirbtinns Lullaby", choir, Men's JUKI Wciiicn's choruses; "A Star, A Song, A Child", Mis. i James C). Cox, Mrs. Henry nnd icholr; "Tlie Carol from (he Skies", choir. for the recessional, "Angels Pram Ihc Realms of Glory, will be 1150(1. Morris King Thompson, 'nrpi) : Norm. Hobby Klrshncr. The choir will sing "Clod America" and th« coimrfgutlou will .stand lor the .singing of "Joy To iho world," The lU'v. Jame.s A. uvemoisi-r will then preside at Ilia >.'un(lli>)l|i)itlnx. The poslhidu by Mi.s. Joyiu-r will follow. Mrs. Carroll Hlakemore and ftir«. Kodney L, HanLsler are lit fhariji- ol dfcorntloiis for (lie Hf- fnii. 22, 1939 Kassett News We appreciate Your Business . . . Let Us Serve ' , • • ' You in 1910 RITE PRICE GROCERY and MARKET We Will Buy Your 1938-39 GOVT. LOAN COTTON A. R. WETENKAMP & CO. 204 W. Ash St., Blylhcville Phone 758 Long Distance 2H by •(•a j Wood, of Luxora. |& j .11 was decided Hint the clubs .•S would serve dinner to the Fcder- jjjf ated club in the near future, •ss' In (he song contest, Ariuorcl rc- ;'« cclral first place, Dogwood Ridge, yf .second and Dell, third. Eneh club raj/had written a song which was ;S3 sung nt the meeting. The Arniorcl fJJSrfscng will be used as the radio SSJ' song. ?.« ! Mrs. E. Ttclford, of Ekron, was the winner In the Pantry Shelf con lest, Mrs. W. L. Smith, of Arniorcl, newly elected president of the Council, made a brief talk after wiiich she appointed Mrs. W. D. Howard as recreation chairman. When gifts were distributed I from the Christmas tree, she gave ' presents to Miss Corn Leo Coleman, county hcmc demonstration agent, and Mrs. 0. R. Red ford, retiring president. Red berries, holly and mistletoe decorated the club room, while table decorations were poinsettlas given Miss Cotenmn by Mrs. S. S. Steinberg. Encli member brought a Christmas dish for the dinner. Tom Little Gives Employes Dinner Party Tlie employes of the Tom A. IJttlo .Chevrolet, company and their wives, husbands or "dates", were entertained by Mr. Little ,«t a dinner : party given last night, in Hie show room of the establishment. Oilier guests at tlie dinner were j liill Lindsey and E. J. Grcgor, of Memphis, who arc with the Chevrolet Motor Companj-, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Mr. and. Mrs. H. P. Kclsey Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Claude ' HOEL WISHES YOU A May this Christmas mean happiness incomparable to y o u a n tl yours. We proffer the sincere hope that this happiness will he 1 extended through (he New Year. „• / ••COURTS Ocle Biving, negro, was bound over to circuit court wlic-a arraigned in municipal court today on a charge of grand larceny in connection with the theft of $75 •from another negro, John Mfc- Glothln, who resides on the Lang- slon farm at Number Nine. He has admitted the theft, officers said today. -. He ;wasiarrestcd.'>at:MarIoivvyes; terday .after officers had 'gone'to that town several days ago in search of him, acting on a tip that the negro had been at that place after disappearing from Number Nine where he worked this fall. It is said that he and McGlothin had a "friendly scuffle" and that shortly- afterwards McGlothin missed his $75 from his overall chest packet. Mr. fJttle acted us master ol I ceremonies, for tlie cntcrlnlnmcnl. 1 program which Included impromptu talks, music am! lloor show by the Jewel Cowboys, and the presentation of gifts. Christmas decorations were used for the party at which a four course chicken dinner was served. The main feature of the decoration, however, was a Chrlshnns tree at the spanker's table heavily laden willi bonus checks and contest commission checks from Ihc- company which were presented by Mr. Little to lib employees. They gave him a desk set. A hundred people attended th« party which Is an annual affair. To Present Pageant Story Sunday Night A pageant based on the slory of "Tlie Other Wise Man" by Henry Van Dyke, will be presented Sunday night al 7:30 o'clock at the First Baptist church by members of the Intermedia le Department of the B. T. U, Members of the cast are Clarence Johnson, Carl Hoed, Mr.rtln Wood, Margaret Gean, Jack Hood, Betsy Buchanan, Mary joe Newcomb, Roy Calvin. Lattcllc Smart Is to be reader. Tlie choir directed by Cnrlynn Hood will consist of Intermediates of the B. Y. p. u. Miss Cleo Garner will direct Hie boys' choir in special numbers. Merry Christmas To our many friends and customers, we wish to take this opportunity to extend the season's greetings. May this Christmas find you enjoying greater happiness than ever before. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. l'.-mll>> --.ibns of Cleoi-go \v. McftU» TOKO'S family had a family minion l«v. 10 on tho occasion of Mr. MmitrldKiVs birthday and also his •ui'd wC'ddliiK anniversary. After ()»' lurkoy dinner was served, K<xlnk pictures \vcrc made. >» * • •'• T. A. Meets '['lii> Slmwni'i! Parent Teachers met in the gymnasium j night. After llm school bum) hud played );evera] selections. Mr. Rchwart/, of Jonesboro, rtlrecl- .cd names. Refreshments we're served. * » * Miss Clniit Konorril Miss Virginia Elrod. brlde-olect. mis honored al u mlscolliuicoui-. shower given Thursday aftfriicon | at the home of Mrs. Joe Miller. •IWveshmciUs were served after the comcsls were played, nnd after the hostess had opened her glfls. Son Horn Mr, and Mrs, Charles Dpiill, of Wilson, me. the piucnis of n son b:rn at ihc McLcmorc clinic Monday morning, * * • Mrs. R. L. Elrod and several members of her family and Pauline mid Jenny Lynn Smllh arc Improving following an attack of ptomaine poisoning. Mi, and Mrs. Ocorgc W. Mc- Fatiidge, Mrs. ft. C. Smith, Mrs. A. C. Arnold, Mrs. James McFut- ildgo and children, Joyce /inn and ShlHcy Riy, visited Ihc A L Biuuvell family of Parma, Mo., Monday and Tuesday. The small daughter of Ed Edd- liigs of Joiner was severely burned by lye In her iiioulh and tonguo Monday. Mrs. Olio Warhursl has returned to her home here after several months treatment at the Hoonc- vlllc Sanitarium. A Christmas pni'ty for members of (he smlbury Girl Seoul troop mid Ilielr mothers wns given Wrd- nr.sdny night at (lie home of Mrs. T, J. llarnes, MLss Vcra Siillbii l.s leader of the tiroiip. Numbers on the program were a.s follows: Chrlslimi.s slorles Uy I'Yniices Field and Virginia Gwci\r- engcn; pui'in by [Amelia tlainc*; solo by Geneva KlilWey; poem, "liti- dolf, the Red Nosed Hulndwr," by June Slu'lton; "I'rlncljv.ils of (fcout- Presbyterians Plan Vesper Service Sunday Tlic program of the enndle lighting vesper service to be given nt the First Presbyterian church at five o'clock Sunday afternoon was .anncmnced today .by .Miss Emma. 'JCnte'Richards, who' is"' In' charge. '•Ade.ste Pidelte" will be played by Mrs, P. B. Joyner, organist, Jor the prelude after which there will be the processional ot the junior choir which is under the direction of Mrs. James H. Overholscr. Mrs. n. P. Klrshncr is choir director. '' For the offertory, "Ave Maria' 1 will be . sung. Mrs. Kirshner will* give the .scripture reading and the two choirs will sing "Silent Night" before the pageant, '"In Thy Light." will be presented. . Those taking prtrt In the pageant are Bill Harrison, Todd Harrison, Miss Betty Saliba, Mrs. floss' Stevens, Bill Chamblln, Det&y Bell, Oma Lee Davis, Nancy Richards, P. P. C. A. To Hold Meeting January 12 The County Outlook meeting of Sontli Mississippi County farmers and tlie annual stockholders mccl- >:j of the Planters Production Credit Association will bu held Jointly at the high school auditorium In Osceola, Jan. 12, II was Announced fcllowlng a meeting o (he board of directors of thc'cred it association, held this week. Din Ing the past year tho Plant ers Production Credit Assoclatloi made 412 loans to farmers In Mis slsslppi County lor the lnree.fl vnl iinic of business done lit its si: years of operation, according I fjianfc Bell, manager ol tlie countj oillcc. During the past two years, (lies Joint meetings have drawn screra hundred farmers on each occasloi Scout News Boys Girls by Mnryfliu! Bcrryirmn; "Silent Nluht" by Carol Chapbi, pianist. After the program, the Christmas basket prepared by (he girls was dcllvciTd. They sang carols hclora Koliin lino tin; home of the family who received their gift, Ujwu returning | 0 the names home, they played a game, "Hume It At Ten" after which refreshments of sandwiches, candles, cookies nml hot chocolnlc were served. Try l)n» of Our Delicious HOT PIT UAItHEC.UB SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across from Ittnh School H Is probable that men hav ridden horseback for 3000 years although there are no actual tint on tlie subject. Lowest Long Distance Rates apply the DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS and ALL CHRISTMAS DAY This year there's no need to wait until 7 p.m. Christmas Eve to get (he lowest rates on Christmas telephone calls. The low night ami Sunday long distance rates are in effect froqi., 7 p.m. Saturday, December 23, until 4:30 a.rri';' Tuesday, December 26. These rates apply on calls to points in the United States, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. SOUTHWESTERN BEIL TELEPHONE CO. CHRISTMAS CHEER HAPPY HOUR GROCERY & MARKET PiosenU Mr boll) the girl* and molliwh were on aiic Christmas uce which the tfioup then gathered' round,' <, Cartoon.. & ^r^t <fiianfom Creeps' SUN, & MON. raniiiicmit Ntws & Comeily TUESDAY 'I uiliDltled for price of 1 per 5 BEWARE ', SPOOKS! A ARKANSAS & MISSOURI farm <& City LOANS LOW INTEREST RATES EASY PAYMENTS-LONG TERMS FttHlesl closing service of any morlRUKe. '<>»" company doing biislnOss in this' slittc. FLORIDA BROS. & CO. Life Insurance Fire Insurance Investment Securities Osceola, Ark. Aho selected shorts ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY (ERVE-USHING TERROR) o i u M • i A > i c t u i V Oiirtonii & Serial "Fighting Devll- . doffs." SUN. & MON. with Ann Dvorak: and I'rcstou Foster Also Fox Wetr*'; A- Comedy TUE.-WED.-THUR. LISTEN TO KLCN ' 11:00 a.m. —12:45 p.m.~<;30 p.m. Pliono RItz 221 Thone Roxy 333 1915 1940 A Quarter of | Century ice We're proud lo recall, as (his sforo enlcrs i(s Z5(h year, an enviable record of service over the long . span of r years. During/this time Kohinson's has accurately compounded more . than M.1,000 prcscrip- lions, and as we enter another year we feel the responsibility of upholding such a tradition . . . that of Kt.vthcville's oldest and most dependable pharmacy. A JOYFUL CHRISTMAS SEASON TO ALL ROBINSON'S "The Rcxall Store" Corner Mn!n and Rnilroad Sis.

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