The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 26, 1939
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PA«E TWO BLYTEEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER: 26; This Time Texas i i . i MK c !Pdi p ' Klrshner. /vu&beu will return Thursday after having spent her Christmas vacation here wllh Her Parents, Mr. arid Mrs. R. 1 Social Calendar . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Marlon Williams entertaining Chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood. Mrs', James B. Clark entertaining Town and Country club. •Muss Mildred Moore and Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining with dancing party at American Legion Hut, ' . FLAPPER FANNY, By Sylvia Society Is Entertained At'• Open' Houses Christmas Blj theyille society was entertained at a number of open houses given here on Christmas Day. Among these were the affairs given by r,Ir. and Mrs. A. G. Little, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Miss Mary Spain Usrey arid Max Usrcy. For the filth consecutive year, Mr. mid Mrs. Little had open house for their friends at their country home on Christmas morning. Their granddaughters, Miss Virginia LJttla and Miss Frances Little, presided over the refreshment table ' which was colorful in the green, red and white of Christmas. A poin- settii was used loY the centerpiece, while similar plants with mistlc- j toe, and the Clif ktmas tree were I used in the entertaining rooms. Out of town guests present we're Mr. -end-Mrs'. Joslah Fort of Cliuks- viile, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Helena, houseguestt of the family ol Mrs. T. J. Malmn; Mr. 'and Mrs. W. R. Nbfman ol Mayfleld, Ky,, houseguesl of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech; Hamilton Little and daughter, Nancy, ol Memphis. - .-,-'.. Mr. and. Mrs.- Lynch had friend) In to be with 'Mr.''and-Mrs. L. J. IJchtensteln and Mr. and Mrs, Lynch Jr., of St. Louis, who wll. leave tonight niter having spem the holidays here. Miss Martha Ann Lynch and Miss Patty Shane presided In thi .dining, room where guests wen served from five until seven o'clock. White roses and narcissuses Hunker by white tepers made 'the center- piece.of the table.-The mantel wnt banked with holly and lighted bj red tapers. Members of a .younger set vvm entertained at the Usrey home by Miss Usrejr-and" her brother at m open house from three until fivt ^o'clock. Mr. Usrcy, who is fron. Bastrop, La., was visiting his mother, Mrs. M. O; Usrey. A Christmas tree . in the Hvfnf. room 'arid the mantel banked will. Christmas greenery provided a holiday atmosphere for the party. Among the out of town guesU- were George Norman of Jaspev ' ImU ' houseguesl 'of. Miss 'Mary ' Elizabeth Boriim; George Hale o. Sikeston, Mo., hbuseguest of Jnme., Guard;'Mr'*BhtTMr*. Robert Tolei of Poplar Bluff; John Mahnh o. Princeton, Ky,,' and Byron Rhodet Morse of 'Little Rock. Informal Fairly at Club Is Glvch Christmas Night Christmas .was celebrated by friends of Mtss Sara Jo Little, Miss Frances Little and Miss Virginia Uttle, at a dance given by the Misses Little at the Woman'.' cmb last night. A number ot out of town guests were included in the group whc danced beneath holly draped chandeliers. The Christmas grccnerj which banked the inantel was reflected in the mirror which hung above it. ; Among the out ot town people here . for .the affair were: Mist Mary Tipton Ross, Bill Ross, Winfred Rhodes, Billy Rhodes, Mrs, Gertrude Mcllvaine, all of Carulh- ersvllle; Billy. Mcllvaine of Carbondale, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Jame; Hunt, R. E. Feiidlcr, of Manila; Miss Mary Virginia Cromer, Miss Martha Jane Cartvv right, Miss Pearl Cartwright, Bill Cromer, Ned Ayres, all of Osceola; Sam Barlhe of Houston, Tex.; George Norman of Jasper, Ind., housegiiest of Miss Bits of News Mostly Personals "I wiuiln thank ya for your present, Chuck, but I hope ya didn't spend too much on me—-they got the same thing at Ulauk's for ft quarter." > ireen balls. Polnsclllas and the i ;hrlstmas tree made the living j •ooin a festive place, while holly vns used throughout Die house. Besides Mr. Norman, other out if town guests were: Hubert and 1 <3Ul Hflnga, formerly of here, and . Mward McDonnell, nil of Memphis. : After supper, the group went lo he Rustic Inn for dancing. Fled Finland To U. S. Haven Mind Your Manners ! Test your knowledge of correct bclal usage by answering the fol- TOlng questions, then checking gainst Ihc authoritative answers clow: I. How might n young girl In- roduct another girl anil young x>\\1i (g, ; How would you Introduce our husband to another man? 3. How might n mother Inlro- luce her daughter to an older /oman? 4. If a boy, who does not have , car, asks n girl to go to a dance, aay she offer the use of her car? 5.1[ n boy sends a girl n pres- nt. must she write him a thank- on note; even though she has con trying lo discourage him? What would you rio if— You arc standing In the back of .n elevator when H ranches your loor, and there are people In front f you. Would you— (a) Push against them? (b) Say "Coming out, please"? (c) Say "Excuse me, plense?" Answers 1. "Betty, this Is Bob Brown. Jetty Glhnore. 2. "Mr. James, I want you to ;no\v my husband." 3. "Mrs. Pickwick, this is my .aughtcr, Elizabeth." 4. Yes, if she wants lo. 5. Yes. Best "Whnt Would You Do" iolullon—(c). Richard Becker returned yesterday from Little Rock where he silent the week end holiday with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shlbley and family returned today from Dawson, Ga,, where they spent the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Shih- Jcy'fi parents, Mr. and Mrs. MJke Sallba. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kclsey' Jr. und daughter, Betty Lin, havp returned from Colllervilie, Tenn. where they spent the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Kelsey ST., and Mr. and Mrs, V. M. Carringtoii. The Rev. and Mrs. George W. fyles, of Searcy, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Pollard and the family of Mrs. A. M. Butt. Ralph Johnson returned yesterday from Memphis where lie visited his family. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Head and daughter, Ruth, spent yesterday in Carulhersvllle as the guests of Mr and Mrs. Claude Stewart. W. A. Joplln and con, Bobby, of Carulhersvllle, spent Sunday and Mondny here wllh Mr. Jop- lln's sister, Mrs. James B. Clark, and Mr. Clark. Mrs. J. L. S.anders and son. Monte Banders, arc : spending Christmas In Parkin with Mre. Sanders' daughter, Mrs. D. A. Harwell, and Mr. Harwell, Jack O'Kcefe has returned from Forrtst City where he spent Christinas with his mother, Mrs. Lily O'Kccfe. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cummins and daughter, Betty, and son, Eddie Jr., have gone to Memphis for a few (lays with relatives. Mrs. E. H,, Ford, who has ticen Sweater Goes Formal f HOJJC( • 6JJDlU » 'Christmas here with his parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. T.'J. Barnes. 1 1 Miss Lillian Shaver and W. W ; I Shaver left this morning for Denver, Tenn,, /or a visit with theit mother, Mrs. John Shaver, and family. Lt. Jimmle Tipton, of Randolph Field, Tex., flew hero Sunday to I spend Christmas with his parents,' Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, and family. He left yesterday afternoon. E. B. Rogers, .of Memphis, Is spending the Christmas holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers. Don Pettlt spent his Christmas vacation in Memphis with his pai- ents. IIUM > With a (imply cut evening skirt of black erep«, Hollywood's J»ne , Bryan wears an «*nlar swetUr i of black boucle with flower designs in gold embroidery and sequins. Wai, pardner, she missed and she's downright nsliamcd of herself. Coming from Texas, Mrs. Martha (Ginger) Harrison has M to be ashamed of her Ll.T. Jo. ilii I vjiu, wiiu li.irt wi-i-i, " . j the Memphis Baptist hospital marksmanship. She admitted as In j since a highway acoUient Out., 't\ j was brought' home Sunday' in an ambulance. Mr. Ford, who lind been In Little Hock for a week, accompanied her home. She is still In a cast, but it Is planned to re- much when haled before a Pittsburgh magistrate following a wild effort to shoot her husband and radio team partner, Tex Harrison. • '. Personal Injury Suits Filed In Court Here Three personal injury suits have been filed In circuit court here recently. J. Walker Crawford, a resident of Mississippi, lias filed -suit against James Crafton and Rupert. Crafton. doing business as Crafton and Company, seeking a total of 515 750 for personal injuries and damage to his automobile. His car crashed into a parked truck on Highway fil near Hayti and he alleges that the truck was owned by the local firm and that- the accident was caused by negligence 'of the truck driver. 1 Dixon and Edmoudson, Memphis ' law firm, and W. Leon Smith rep; resent the plaintiff. | Charlie Johnson, negro, has filed suit against Dr. Gran S. Atkinson of Manila alleging that he was j given negligent treatment by the 1 physician who allegedly broke a I surgical needle xmder the negro's skin and allowed It to remain there until it worked its way thrcugh the skin about two years afterwards. The negro, represented by Mr. Smith, asks 510,000. Will Berry, negro, 1ms filed suil against the Federal Compress and Warehouse Company, seeking $3,000 for injuries alleging received while moving heavy timbers for the company. He is also represented by Mr. Smith. Special Mail Service Offered to Students letters [lostmsrlced "11 30 P M' . . by early morning- delivery. COLUMBIA. Mo. (UP)—Univei- sity of Misso-ufi students who write their best letters In the revery or ( 'j^Jjjgn llie night, and then miss the evening mail, have found .a solutkn to their problems. The Himalayan mountain raijge lowers the move 11 In three weeks wlicn ^shej expc( , te(l lo ,-etuin aboul the first will return to the hospital >fpr a O j i\ w year. short time. B B Nall , of Hol apr s n g H [51 nearly $4000. -Fans McCalla relumed yesler- ljn th< ? holWai . s ncre wllh I tiny from Rasemnrk, Tenn., where! ' ., *, ,„ ,,..,. „ j Allei , an(1 he spent Clirlslmns with 'hlslpar-! -* « au » mLr - Rus - B J - Aue "' anu Edward Detctiemendy, engineering student from St. Louis, insti- What Is possibly the world's ttited a- special collection service oldest savings account is oiie of —at a cents a letter. His eoimec- $15 deposited in a Manhattan tion with the postal department bank in 1819. Interest has to- enables him to pick up the mail at creased the original deposit to designed campus spols and drive to a nearby town in time to catch surface of' the mld- .Lii, the gravitational pull or the mountains piles' up the water near the. shores; ""' ICHT COUGHS due to colds. ;.checK6d ' without "dosing". Mrs. J. S. Gesell spent Christ- las in Jonesboio with her "son. N'ciil Geseh", aiid Mrs. Gesell/'They motored her home last night' and. Nancy, of Memphis, were dinner guests of "Mr, and. Mrs. Tom'A. Little and other members of, the Little family here yesterday. Mrs. Eslelle Cookc ollmcr andl P. C. Meyer is expected to return today from Bentmi, 111., where he spent Christmas with his parents. : . '<--"•• ..and, in ly re- Brady longer Mary Elizabeth Borum; Crafton of Comvay. Leslie turned last night but Mrs. and son remained for a visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Edwards and JdugUler, Aim, and Miss Row.Lon <™»>y °< Houston. Tex., spent the Cooke. of Memphis, visited. !Mr.| Christmas holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wundcrlicii 'and, and Mrs. Dick Kerr. family here yesterday. I George Normun of Jasper. Ind., Miss Alice Saliba, n student lit left last night for - his home after Arkansas Stiitc college al Jones- lnivln ff been the weekend guest of boro, Is spending Ihc holidays here Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum and wllh her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum, J. A. Snllba, and fnmily. i -Mrs. Wyatt Henley returned last Miss Elizabeth McLean, who has night from Willow Springs, Mo., spent Ihc past two weeks in Mem-; where she visited her brother, J. pliis.' returned home to spend the N. Wilton, and family nnd in Maun- holidays with her family. She is tnl'i Grove, Mo., where she visited In ' rollirn in \4plimhi. 1 ; i frlClluS. Dan Atkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thin'innn Atkins, underwent an operation Saturday at the Blytheville thr> United Stales were Mrs. F.lna c-xpccled to ' return to Memphis Sodennan and hei sons. Marlti,"' Wednesday. four inonll.s, and Jarmo, •!. pic- Max Usrey, of Unstrap, la., spent tii.'etl in New York. Ttiey ll'-d tne Chrhtmss holidays here with Ilplsinki just aflnr the firs! S, viet his mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey, and , hospital. His condition today . i.rn *__.:i._ snt f;Tfirtnrv. bcmhs tell. family. . i Albert Ridings and Colin Douglas, satisfactory. Odell Sanders of ifncon, Miss., ! students at the University of Ar- left yesterday after having come i kansas at Fayctteville, are spending i £»"day to be the guest of Miss ,' their vacation here with their par- *"»? s l raln Usi ' c >' n » l1 her '"Other, John Mahan of Priiicelon, Ky., Byron Rhodes Morse of Little Rock, Miss Jenny Wren Dillahunty of Poland, Ohio, Hal Moore of Tallulah, La., Max Usrey of Bastrop, La., Miss Nancy Klrshner of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Toler ot Poplar Bluff, Lieut. Francis Adams of Uttle Rock, E. B. Rogers ot Memphis. * « * Entertains With Lunclicon "Mrs. Edwin Robinson entertained the girls cf her family at a luncheon Saturday at her home In honcjr of her daughter, Miss Charline Robinson, ot Jackson, Miss., who spent Christmas here. A Christinas scene was arranged on the center of the table while the mantel was also banked In Christmas greenery. After the three course luncheon was served, the guests visited with each other.' • •• » . ,« • * O. E. S. to Meet ' There will -be' a stated meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star at'the Hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock Mrs. J. A. Saliba, worthy matron has urged all olficcrs to be present New officers will be installed Wednesday•:night at 7:30 o'clock at the Hall, n-will be a public joint installation of the O. E. s. siid Masonic officers. .*,.*. « Houseguesl Honored At Dinner Saturday Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum entertained 19 guests with a dinner parly at her home Saturday night In honor or her houseguest, George Norman, or Jasper,-lad. " 'Supper >m>»,.attved buffet tf-ylE from a holiday decorated table with a centerpiece tit shiny red and At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Miss Motlena Tcdlock. Lilbourn, Mo., admitted. Travis Young, Catron, Mo., ad .nilted. l Elmer Anderson, Lllbmirn, Mo., admitted. Prank Moslcy Jr.,' Stcele, admitted. Mrs. J. E. Hood and btiby. city, llsinlsscd. Joe Moomian, Memphis, dismissed. Paul German. Stcele. dismissed. Roy Spears. Stcale. dismissed, Ulylhcvillc Hospital Foy Evaus, Manila, admitted. Dan Atkins, city, admitted. Eugene Tubcrrillc, Holland, admitted . Mrs Llllic Mosley, Hcrmondalc, Admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor vac. Gosncll. n daughter Sunday afternoon weighing eight pounds and five ounces. Mrs'. Franklin Young and baby, city, dismissed. Mrs. Elizabeth Cohoon, Jlolland, dlsmbsed. Mary Lou Alexander, Caruth- crsvllle, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital L. Booker, Luxora, admitted. Mrs. frorman Bunch, city, admitted. Memphis Mcthodlsl Hospitsl Mrs. J. E. Bradford, Manila, ad- mitlcd. P. R. Vicl; Jr., Grlder, admitted. o Nursing in the hospital at Mcmpnis. Philadelphia League Opens Juror School c ',iU', Mr.""and 'Mrs. "£" E.""Rlflhigs! Mrs - M - °- Usrey —— I and Mr. ami Mrs. F. C. Douglas. | Miss Nancy Kirshncr, a slud 5 nt PHILADELPHIA (UP)—A Khool • -Mr. aurt Mrs. C. A. Cunningham i" lr has been started in Philadelphia spent Sunday In Trenton. Tenn., | ivl ™ : City Hall lo acquaint citizens with as the guests of Mrs. Cunningham's | —— the duties ol jurors in court cases, mother, Mrs. J. R. Crenshaw. The school is sponsored by the Phillip Williams, who attends Philadelphia County League of the RCA Institute In Chicago, Is Women Voters. Approximately 7;,0 the guest of his parents, Mr. and attended 'the opening session. Mrs, J. W. Parker, and family !or Judge Gerald P. Flood will lake the Christmas holidays, his students through tin actual! Joc Bauer Jr. Is spending the case from the beginning; lo tha end i holidays In Detroit, Mich., with 1 his brother, Buford Bjuer. He Is a trial. For Christmas Give Her HEALTH ANT) BEAUTY A course of Swedish Massage, Vapor Baths and Reducing Treatments. MRS. RUTH LAWHON At Margaret's Beauty Shop Whitsitt's After-Christmas --•.•-••• ' ',' 't "• • : '"-~- . . > • • I;-'""''-". - Police Station Has Arl ROCKPOR.T, Mass. (UP) — A combhuticn police and fire station dedicated here has n $10,000 permanent art collection contrib- tiled by 39 ortsts from the many art .colonies flourishing on Cape Aim'. Iroiucally, r.cus of the uii- kts was Invited lo the dedicatory dinner. Fall Footwear 'Vitality - Tweedies -- Drews - Rhythm Steps Johnson Stephen & Shinlde Values Up to $7.50 Lazy Bones, National Park antl the i Heel Dress Slippers Values Up to $5.50 Dec. 27th Through' Jan, 6th PLOVO A, mil VIE s -x MO as s. • V I B » V TO Of All Sales Final Cash Only This is one event where we brush aside cost and give you the best bargains you could buy in any store. *.**'' ":. WE ARE AGAIN REDUCING ALL DRESSES, SUITS AND COATS TO A -OF LEVEL. All Silk and Wool Dresses in four amazing groups, each SI A.09 10 HATS All Hats, regardless of cosl, priced at only (FIOBBS NOT INCLUDED) $1.00 ALL DRESS COATS AND SPORT COATS MUST GO SO THEY HAVE AGAIN BEEN REDUCED AGAIN WK CUT PRICKS.. O.X ALL DHBSS SUITS, FUR TK1M AND Sl'OKT TYI'B THIS SAU5- IN'CLUDKS MA.- ROBES, EVENING' J)RESSES,= EVKNINO COATSr-ALL DRASTICALLY REDUCED. •• '•• .. Owing lo Ihc Draslic Hcdni-linns for Ihiw sale all s;ilcs will IIP final. No' exchanges or refunds. A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS. ;/• moTnnn^p'O Toll ib

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