The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1936 · Page 2
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Ms. SUrllz and Mrs. Sisk, arc BLYTHEVILLE; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Socja! Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS meeting First Bap- ''llst church, 4 P. M. ' Mrs. Estclle CooVe Vollmer h&V' ing Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs J. A> l*ech having lunch' 'eon (or P, B, O. chnpters here arid at,0sceo!a, 1 P. M. , , „ , Junior-Senior High. School P.- T. A meeting at high school au- >,djtorium, 1 P, M, following exe- -'icutlve board meeting at 2:30 PM. Jewish Aid meeting with Mrs H. - Hess an-1 Mrs. Meyer Graber nt the oreber home, 8 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James Hill having Town * and Country Bridge club ,. ' Mrs. J. A. Leech having Thurs- day Luncheon club. Thursday Bridge club meeting »ith Mrs. N. B. Menard.. , Thursday Contract club meeting ' with Mrs O, W, McCutchen Mid-Week Bridge club meeting yrith Mrs. Cecil Shane. A-. u. D, C meeting with Mrs James - B Otarlc, 2:30 pm., with Mrs Clark, Mrs. A. W, B. Branson Mrs, J. H, Smotherman and.'Mrs L, o. Cooper, of Cootor, also hos tesses FRIDAY'S EVENTS - The American Legion Auxiliary .will meet at two o'clock at tli Legion Hut. Senior class, city high having csrnlval Elmwood Cemetery Association having all da ymeetlng with Mrs OtU) Bradberry, of Dell. 11 a.m. Mrs T. H. Haynes, Mrs O. P. , Tucker and Mrs. o G Hires en- tertntnlng Dorcas Sunday school class, First-Baptist'church, T.30 1). m., at Russeil Parr residence. O. E. >S. meeting at hall, 7:30 -SATURDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "N', P. E O, hiving ' luncheon meeting \vlth Mrs. Harry •i Klrby. ie» r members. Mrs. s. S, slcrnbcrg. vice president, presided at the meeting. Auxiliary Flans.for' Candle Light Service. There will be n candle light service given by the woman's Avrxll- ary of the First Presbyterian " Monday, December • 21, in the Yulollde, '" volunteer's, who also went down, returned home last niglit 'Die F3V. and Mrs, Salmon are .with'the.bo.; by, who will probably undergo tlie operation today or tomorrow. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy underwent an ops.ratton yesterday nt the Memphis Methodist hospital. Dr. Usrey, 'who accompanied, licr down Sunday, returned last night. Her' Observance of the Yulollde, -A'ltli condition Is very good, Mrs. Ross Stevens chairman of the ., w o ,.,.- m ... , His Luncheon. Miss Cora 'Lee Coleman entertained members of tho Women's Agricultural committee oj Mississippi county with a luncheon Saturday at the Gofl hotel. Later thcj T' «ere guests of Mrs - 8 8. Sternberg for a matinee party at the -Eltz theater. Guests v,ere:~Mrs. J. A. Payne Armoiel; Mrs. C. E.'Lynch, No dena; Mrs. Jerry White, Pioinised . Land; Mrs. H C Dew, Lcaclivllle ', Mrs D Garrett,'Now Liberty, Mrs - Walter \Vood, Luxora, and Mrs ' Sternberh X _ J 5 , r , The t«ble presented' a' Christmas plcture^,T\lUj 'cPnterplecp .of *polri settles, flanked yltrf green .and f<k : tapers; arul Yuletlde place card - Toe menu was also In keeping \\ It the'holiday.' 1 * ,' - > - * * '* "* Altar Society . Flins Bazaar. Members of the Altar socitay a : the Church of the Immaculate . Conception made plans for tho annual onristrnM biraar In a mcel- ' ing Monday afternoon, at the rec- . tory. It (s to ,be held Thursday • and Friday at the Gofl .Hotel coffee shop The articles -\\ere marked after the business session committee in charge. Plans for this sacred service were made »i & meeting of the auxiliary yestei- day afternoon, at the church. For the devotional, Mrs. Roy Wortnington gave Bible readings. • t * Jewish Ala (o Meet Here, Mrs. Herman Hess and Mrs, Meyer Oraber will have the Jewish Aid nicotine Wednesday night tit Iho Grabcr home, 8 o'clock. * • • Mrs. A. 0. Hudson lo Head Methodist Women. Mrs, A. o. Hudson was elected president of the Woman's Missionary sgciety of tho First-Methodist church,in a meeting Monday ntt ernooij, at tha church. She sue cecds Mrs. Rlloy B. Jones. Other officers named wore: Mrs, B. A, Lynch, first vice present; Mrs Charles L. Wy|le, conference treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Adams Ji 1 ., assistant; Mrs, J, E. Patterson, lo- treasurer; - . — . ccordlng secretary; Mrs, Rlley I) onss, corresponding secretary; Mrs 'any W. Halnes, mission study lalnnan; Mrs, Harry Klrby, s\i- erlnlendcnt children's dopart-ment Irs, W. T, Obersl, superintends ubliclly; Mrs W. D. McOlurhln upertntondent World outlook ire. A. B. Falrfield, superlnton onl chrlsllan.social relations; Mrs B. J, Browne, superintendent sup 'lies; Mrs. Don sammoi'x. super nteiident baby depurtmot. The 30 present heaid Mis Lync! Ivo the devotlonnl on tho them 'The Christmas Spirit." Mrs. v Horner gave the devotional. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. W. Owen' Blue returned last Ight from-Memphis where she has ten with Dixie Lynn Perry,' her hree-weelssrold niece, who "undercut a major opsration at the Btip- ,st hospital sB.'eru! days ago. Her onditton Is fnir. She is tho daugli- er of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perry, f Loachvllle, Miss Nona-crews, who.lius.been pending the, past five weeks with er- parents,-Mr,;and -Mrs. W. B. Crews,' at Kelser, Is now at tho lomo of:her-brother,-w. A. Crews, nd Mrs. Crews. Mr. and'Mrs.,W.'B. Crews, of KeUcr, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.'Crews;today. The province,-of Quebec pro- Uicccl 210;487 s tons'; Of' asbestos In 135, pn ipcreasc ot 64,487 tons the, 1034'production. \ dm.—Always '10 & 25c—Jo T»: Show Pvery • Nislit 'tallnccs Frlduy, Snturna), Sunuu rldny '•'& Smiilay rtlutlnccs— nturilny Matinee — Contlnuou. iliofllnfi — 1:00 Till lliOO P. TUESDAY, 'DECEMBER 8, 193G U/E CUR Dr, Leavell to Speak at Osceola Thursday The monthly meeting of the superintendents and principals of Mississippi county Junior and senior high schools will-tie held at Os- eeolu on Tliur.'iUay, Dcccmher : 10, 1ms teen announced by Miss /Innle Virgil Turner, county, ex- miner. Dr. U. M. Leavell of Pea- ody college, Nashville, will belthc uest speaker. Tea is said . to bo llie lost popular beverage. Fon SALE "Bernat" Knitting Y?rng ItF.GULAK CLASSES Friday, 2 30 P, M Mrs. Leslie . Hooper OblckasAWba - Phono Everything for ygur entertalmneni and coruforl / TONIGHT IS $75 SANK NIGHT Iftsl week Mr, W. B. Tsrver of tills city was Killed for the $50— Kill he was not jirescnl— from far off LANDS Pottery, Glassware and Woodwork Novelties in great .profusion... the latest imports and: America's finest. BANK DEl'OSIT Tonight $75.00! —ON THE SCREEN— Vlth Robert Young, Fltir- nce Rice, Ted Healy, June Itiydon' aiid Ciilharirie Doiii ct'. '" lurder and romance bcliiml (he l!>scd doors of a. modem Ue- nrhncnl store. Roland Hunt, who is seriously IV nt':tlio" Memphis Baptist 1 hospital, is "better todaj'. Mr, and Mrs,. Russell Parr Jmvr returned from'Memphis where thcj spent the.wcekcnd i a , ;' L H '•'Ali(rj J ,' < siiperinUiid?nt 9f the Burdttlo sclipoli;,! {T"d Be't ^Vest, of Osceola, left 1 ,,§unda.y (oj Pasndena, Calif; where they will attend the nat-lonal convention o the American Farm Bureau federation. They' will return Dapembev IB Mrs. Paul L. Tip ton js in Memphis loday. Mrs. spurgcon S. Patterson laughter, Vivian, of Jackson, Miss;, will arrive the last' of'tho week to spend tho holidays \\lth Mrs Pat- molllijr, Mrs. W. Mr. Patterson, \Uio Hamilton-Elgin-Giuen-Bulova Moist Modern Designs in Wrist Watches for Men and Women w* GIFTS OF LEATHER ZIPPER TRAVEL SETS-Fl|l|y fitted to care for man's every toiletry need. $2 ^ $9.75 neat-;, $1.50 to $6.50 BILL FOLDS— Leather Ciiar- cttc Cases and Key Containers. Individual pieces- or in seUs. Ouorst. i Women's Club Plans Comijif Activities. Plans lor coming activities in lyhlcrj memoers or tne Business and Professional Women s club v,IU participate weie made at a meeting of the club last night at the Hotel Wble. These will include assisting In the Goodfellows club, beginning the course in social psy^ chology and the annnual Yuletide party , Mrs. H. L Reynolds was appointed to represent the group in the i Goodfellows dub after the mem bers had. voiced to cooperate, a, usual, in the project of caring for • Blytheville's poor at Christmas. Miss w'nnlo Virgil Turner \... teach the 12 lessons In social phy- chology, which begin next Mon day nlgM and which arc expected to e>oke much interest among the members she will be assisted b Miss Thelma Worthington. Monday »night, December 21, i the date ot the,Christmas party 1 when Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Mrs Howard Proctor, Miss Clarice Little, Mrs. H. StlriU and Mr*,, mile Slsk will be hostesses. This aJTalr, one of the nicest given each jear ' for the club, will be at the Wo• man's club Two of the hostesses, ccompaoy them, will also -be; here or - a part of tl)e time. P. B Peck Is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. John Mel 1 Salmon, son of' the Scv and Mrs, Stuart H, Salmon s resting very noil at the Memphis Baptist hospital following a blood -lansfusion la(c yesterday In piepa- ration for an operation. Carney Leslies blood \\as tha correct tyo HAMILTON BOONE for mon. 14K gold- jille'cl, natural yellow. With two-tone gild inlaid enamel marker and numeral dial ...:-... . 1 ...-..^.... }•••••:•! ' - -;'- -. •" .(.-•: •' ' -' •-•'•' '. HAMILTON SUZANNE for ladies. 14K gold-filled, white or natural yellow, With silk cord •....-.. HAMILTON FAIRMONT for ladies. 14K gold-filled, white or natural yellow. With new gold-filled chain .... HAMILTON ROBERTA if or ladies. 14'K gold-filled, white or .natural <£/J7 CA yellow. With, silk .cord'.... *t<.JV HAiMILTQN CAROLINE for ladies. ^14K gold-filled, while or natural yel- <tCft low. With gold filled chain ........ tJ>JU HAMILTON ALCOTT for ladies. 14K gold-filled, white or natural yel- '.o'w. With gold filled chain bracelet FOR SALE For $50 Credit ani.Qunling t o $160 on Dodgo, $135 on DcLuxc Plymouth, §125 on Standard Plymouth. See Bob Crews, Hotel Noble, between 8 and 9 Tuesday Night KhGIN "CRUSADER" for men. Hantl- aome case, famous Elgin 17 jcxvcl rnovevnerit ....'..-, Are Your FORMALS Ready for tlic Holidays? The Christmas and New Year holidays will be the occasion for ' many social affairs. Have your forrnal clothes cleaned now'and avoid last-minute delay. Dresses,'-;,-,-,- - - - 65c Spits • - - '- . - ... 65c i :y^ : 'V^'"^ ' J -, V ' . i f ' t Adulli Admlilert for Price of J All Children—10o HATS OFF! fo the laugh hiiti Hit —Afimlssion— Matinee—10 & 2Cc Mghl—1G & Mo hjv« made Ue fugii). «tt film ever produced! th JACK HALEY, BETTY FURNESSl ARTHUR TREACHER RAYMOND WALBURN rarnmoiint flews and .-Comed Also Seeded Miorlb Belt Buckle TIE SETS DEI,T BUCKLES— Tie Clasps, Collar Pins. Largo assortment. Shrv.vn in complete sets or "individual pieces.- link bracelet. 15 jewel GLOVES By Lmfelt Every \vo;iinn adores smart Icoking gloves nnd :' iruly . these styles ore inost alluring... shown in French Kid, Iniported Suede and Wool. '-'.French Kid Gloves $1.98 lo $2-95 biiporled" Suedes Imrrarted Suede, ' soft . as 'down, short sniintlet ii-pe with welt scorns for cnurtness. . DIAMOND $1.95-32.50 Bridal Pair ' Sport Gloves Engagement Ring ot rich natural or \vMfe sold v:lth cleor liluc white diamond. band channel set ; with diamonds. Beautiful, solid colors and .spoil stripes in; fine Zephyr kn|t... warm. ( .serviceable. . .smart. HAMILTON CABOT for men. 14K jfbld-fillccl, natural gold only, with( iniaid enanicl gilt 'finish dial ..;..." HAMILTON HARTLEY for men. 14K gold-filled,''-natural yellow, mirror lapped. With applied gold marker, or liunieral'dial 'HAMILTON NELSON for men. 14K 'gold-filled, natural, yellow.^yith applied gold numeral or marker dial ::..- HAMILTON TAYLOR for men. 14K gold-filled, natural yellow. W{th applied gold marker LORD ELGIN for men. America's great-; est watch value. 21 jewel. 14K yellow gold-filled case ELGIN SPORT WATCH—15 jewel, unbreakable crystal, luminous dial. Non-magnetic stainless steel case' ELGIN BAGUETTE—a beautiful model for Indies. Modestly priced (tOQ 7C' ELGIN BAGUETTE—witlr solid -gold case. A handsome Lime-piece BULOVA MURIEL—wliite rolled gold plate, 15 jewel movement ,. ... BULOYA FAITH—.white or yellow gold filled, 17' jewel, ' " ' " movement -U;L..:V.- '..::...:.'... BULOVA PATRICIA—yellow gold filled, 17. jewels, set with 2 diamonds .' 5w gold till$49.50 I BULOVA GOLDCPAFIVIT jewels, yellow rolled gold CQQ 7T plate $24.75 BULOVA MEDAI,LION^- yellow rolled gold plate .... GODDESS OF TIME— by Bulova, 17 jewels, yellow gold ^CQQ 7C plate ........ .............. ........ ....... «pji). I D •BULOVA F'HANTOM for men. 17 jewel, yellow gold $35 BULOVA PRESIDENT for men. 21 jewels, • yellow, ciu-vKl to fit wrist •:...„...: ......... . ................ ELGIN ."LEGiONNAIRli"- nwdel lor men. Attractive case, heavy $OQ 7C AMERICAN CLIPPER by Biilova. 17 jewels, yellow rolled gold plate .................................... . 7C . i D Birthstone - Signet An unusually lorge and most attractive assortment of blrthstone and signet rings, many ,with bracelet, to match... Also Cameo rings-with matching pendant on tiny gold chain. • ' 5>3.50 to J9.75 Seth Thomas Clock Peerless Cleaners Is.,, ^ i Phone,162 Solitaires-Dinner Rings Perfect blue white .solitaire diamonds in latest mounting, also most attractive, dinner "ring -designs: $23,50 to $350 This Iwaullful Sclh Tliomas mantle clock In rlcli mahogany case with walnut Inlays contains (lie unforgettable Westminster chimes. . . . 2-TONE STRIKE J MANTLE CLOCK

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