The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 27, 1939
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS "J_ SbNfcSbAY/'bfeCliM&Eft 2?, cuts Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamby, holidays with Mr. 'Iraynors par- and other relatives. ent». Mr - n »" Mr ' s J ' J- Traynor Miss Coy Pierce spent Christmas ]Sr. They were accompanied home In Little neck with her parents. |by Miss Mary Lou Traynor, of St. Miss Baylus Bond, of Marion ,Uuls, who will spend a week here __ . „,,. .in it. i „ mCth tlinm mid New York City, will conic thin afternoon to be the overnight guest of Miss Margaret Shaver. H. C. "Chuck" Long, who Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn entertaining Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs. M. T. Burr. Mrs. A. G. Little having Thursday Luncheon club. Bachelors club sponsoring dance at city auditorium. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham having their supper club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board. Woman's Mls- tlonary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2 30.o'clock with Mrs. M. H. Brooks ; Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. entertaining Friday Bridge club. Mayer-SternbcrE Riles To Be Exchanged Today Mrs S : S. -Sternberg left Sunday foi Dallas, Tex., to attend the wedding of her'son, Harold, to Miss Miiiam Louise Mayer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Mayer of that city, which Is to be solemnized today. Mr. Sternborg went down several days before. After the honeymoon, Mr. Slern- , berg and hU bride are planning to t live in Memphis for the present •having taken (in nparlmcnl at the , ,'Parkview Hotel there. Holiday I'arties Continue Among the many Christmas par- lies given over the week end were a dinner party at which Mr. and ' Mrs John Miles Miller entertained an informal parly given by Mrs Alan Walton, and a supper parly at the Byron -Morse .home. Twelve guests 'were entertained by the Millers at their home Sat urdav night. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllcl and 'Dr Urania Hemmerl, both o Springfield, Mo,, houseguesls .0 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wuncierllch, were out of town guests. A polnscltia hanked by red lap- ers made the centerpiece of the dining . table. After dinner, the group played cards. • Mis. Walton had a number of her friends in for an Informal parlv Friday night, Her home was decorated with : cut flowers and Christmas ornaments. Members of a younger group were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse for supper Sunday night By ion Rhodes Morse of Little . Rock, and John Mahan of Princeton, Ky., 'who were upending the holidays here, -were the out o town guests. Ping pong games fol lowed supper. . • •• ' * , * * . .' . Has Club. Party ) ilrs George Roth of Joncsboro ~ houseguest .of Mrs. W, W., Shave and Mrsl-'-W.'-'S. .Langdon wer guests at the meeting of the Tites day Contract club party which me at the Shaver home yesterday at crnoon. Decorations consisted of a hoi banked mantel, a Christinas trc a Christmas scene arranged in tl living "room. Mrs. John C.- McHnney Jr., \vaf <- high scorer and Mrs. V. G. Holland, second high In the games. A sandwich plnle with coffee was served after the games. * * * Family Dinners Given During Holiday Week End Christmas day in Blythevillc was marked by n number of family dinners for which out of town people gathered to spend the holiday with their families. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grear had at the famiiy dinner at their home the following out of town people: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobs, of Memphis. Mr.' and Mrs. Joe White of Ripley. Tenn., the Rev. and Mrs. J. Allen Webb of California, Mo.. Dr. and Mrs. Milieu Webb of Chicago; At the J. L. Guard home, for Christinas dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Brannon and daugh-. tef," Belly Lou ol Harrisburg, 111.; i Mr. and-Mrs. George IMle and son. George Hale Jr., and daughter, Mrs. .Charles Armstrong, and Mr. Armstrong and all of Sikeston, and Miss Emily Smith, of Kcnnelt. Mr! and Mrs. W. S. Lnngdon entertained members cf their family for Christmas also. Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John LaCompt, and two daughters, Alma Jane and Johnny Ann, and Mrs. Minnie La- Compt, Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Brown, all of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. Alev Brown of Atlanta, Ga. A Feather in Her Cap.. And How "'' ~ ""* Bits of News Mostly Personals with them. Mrs, Lucy Bennett and daughters, Mrs. Mildred Oldham and Mrs. Bert Ellis, and grancldaugh- H. C, unuOK Long, wno mi&'mis. ueri, &ins, ana tj 1 " 1111 "' 11 ^ 11 been critically ill In the Memphis I tcr, -Anita Sue Oldham, and grand Baptist hospital for a week, is -«•«= " n ' «•"' ' w K "(<: acmm slightly Improved. His mother, Mrs. Jchh F. Long Is with him. Hal Moore has returned to Tal- ijlulah, La.,-after spending chrlst- | inns holidays with his parents, Dr. 'and Mrs. L. H. Moore. ' Mrs. Thelma Benle Schaeffer, of Memphis, lias returned home after FLAPPER FANNY - COPR, 1939 «Y MEA 3ERWCt. WC. T. M. fitC. V, 6. FAT. 01 F. By Sylvia .MCinpnis, nits ruiui;ii:ii ;iuuu; ai^i Miss Alycc Nelson, of Llltle Rock, Upending ChrLstmas here with rel- who spent the holidays here with atlvcs. ' members of her family, left today Dr. R. Garner left Monday for [for Parkin where she will attend \^ K Ocean Breeze camp at Jensen, wedding before returning tojina,, for a visit with his daughter, ... r>««i, jyj rs _ p au i ccmbs, and Mr. combs. He plans to be away three months, Mr, and Mrs, Frank Grcer re- ,ittle Rock. Mrs. H. U. Woolnrd of Brownsville Tcnn., Is spending the holl- •" her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Miles Miller ay felln, next lime you raise eyebiow at Hie wifes bonnet pull ,em right down agnln-for she mfehl wall, home wearing some- ,inr like Ihlm. It's part of a Gainsborough costume, worn by Mrs eJgus ReKl, Jr., at a prc-vlcw of the famed Beaux Arts Diamond Ball, held In New York's nitz-Cnrlton. Marriage Licenses Twenty-three' coupics 'ihnvc .applied at Hie office of Ihc county court, clerk for licenses to wed during the pnsl two weeks. Names of the couple nnd the minister or officer performing the ccremcny if listed, follow: , Everett Dodd nnd Miss Lavellc j Flowers, both of Braggadocio, Mo., I 'by Magistrate T. L. Cassidy; Ray- Inicnd Jones, of Bnssclt, and Miss ! Evelyn Hood, of Wilson: Everett j Craig and Miss Ruby Frazier, both I of Blythevillc; James Jones and i Mrs Emma Barnes, both of Car- nthersville, by Mnglslralc Cassidy; Dewey Jackson, of Leacnvillc. and Miss Anna Mae Rice, of Manila, by Magistrate Cassldy. Aaron Taylor, of Slcelc, and Miss Adelle Burress, of Blythevillc, by Magistrate Cassidy; Ernest Louis Davenprrt of Mason City, 111,, and Miss Vernicetine Bnstln, ol Greenview, by Magistrate Cnssidy. Haywood Ray. of MoncUc and Miss Nona Sullivan, of Bragg City, by i Magistrate Cassidy; Clifford King ' and Miss Zeldn McDonald, both ! of Manila; 7,cke Bell and Miss Eva I Wright, uoth ol Dell. I W. H. Cull nnd Miss Ruth Bnkcr. of Manila; Hershcl Hughes were in Memphis Christmas for a visit with their mothers and other members of their families. Miss Charllne Robinson has rc- lurned lo Jackson, Miss., after spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs, Edwin Robinson, nnd family. She was motored to Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Ren- kcrt Wetcnkamp, who spent Christmas day with Mr. Wetenkamp's mother. Charles Joseph of Little Rock, spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph. Henry Wilson, who attends the University of Arkansas at Fayettc- vlllc, is spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson. Miss Gwendolyn Fisher, of Memphis, came here lo spend the Chrlslmns season with her family. Mr. and Mrs, Jcc Jpnakln and lwi> daughters, of St. Louis, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Vernon and sons, of Marvel, have returned home after spending the holidays wllh Mr. jonnkin and Mrs.. Vcr- non's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. -P. H. Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seay and .son, of Memphis, spent Christmas ihcre with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I. Seay land family. 1 Jess Hnmby. who attends Drown s Business college at Jacksonville 111., is spending the Christmas holidays hero with his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamby. That! Niccl spent the Christmas holidays in Little Rock where he joined Mrs. Ntcol and daughter, nne Annis. They were the guests of Mrs. Nicpl's parents, Judge and Mrs. G. W. Hcndrlcks, nnd Mr. Nlcol's family. Mr. antl Mrs. Charles A. IIiiul- man nnd daughter, Ann' and Kay, went ,to Memphis, for the Christ- inns holidays. They were.the guests or Mrf. HiiKlinan's .parents, MT: and Mrs: E. Wells. ' : Miss Kate Brtiye has returned from Houlka, Miss., where she spent Christmas with her mother. Malt Scruggs -returned last night from Indianapolis. Ind., where; he visited his mother over the hoh- , , turned Monday night from Potts Camp, Miss., where they had spent the Christmas holidays wllh Mr. Grcer's parents. Marion Gray, of Memphis, spent sons, C. D: and J. I". E1 Us, panied by Harry Glass, .of Memphis, went to Osceola Christmas for a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Ellis' daughter, Mrs. II. G. Bratton, and Mr. Bratton. Miss Mary Helen Moore went to jCennett Christmas to spend a few days with her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. McHaney. Miss Betty Southern, Beckon Southern nnd Billy Cash, of Kennett, motored over for her. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Cassidy hail as their' guests for Christinas, Mr. nnd Mrs. Parker Cassidy and son, Bobby, -of Cntron. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cossidy and.BOH, T. I I L., of Crowdcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Cassidy and children cf Cooler, Mo., Mr, and Mrs. Fay Brewer and the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray. Dr. nnd Mrs. L. H. Moore am daughters, Misses Mildred and Mary Helen Moore, and sons, Hal and Howard, spent Sunday in Kennett with Mrs. Moore's parents, Dr. and Mrs, H. A. McHaney, and family. Mrs. Ann Rice, who has been operating a cafe at Osceola, slopped here Christmas Eve en route lo Portagcville to spend the holidays with relatives. She plans to move to West Memphis to operate a similar business. Mrs. Frank Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. D. Simmons spent Christmas day in Jonesboro with Mrs. Simmons' sen, Bliss Simmons,'nnd | son, Jimmy Pnrnell, of Number Nine. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen have returned from Little Rock where they spent the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Allen's parents. Jack McHaney has returned to Lepanto after spending the holidays here with his parents, Mr and Mrs. John C. McHnney, and --- amlly. family. Mr. and Mrs. I,. G. Bycrlcy and son, L. G. Jr., of Midland, Tex.. left yesterday for Peoria, 111., to visit Mrs. Bycrley's brrlher after having been the guests of Dr. Carl nnd Dr. Edna Nies since Sunday. Maurice Reichcl, a student at the University of Alabama at Ttiscaloosa, is spending this week Mrs. Lena Winters, of Augusta, ins returned to her home afler spending Sunday nnd Monday here wllh her sisler, Mrs. Arlhur Rush- ng, and ffHiilly. The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley son, David, of Bentonville, here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Reichcl. He came Sun- das- Miss Al Kincy relumed yesterday from. -Dexter and Sikeston i where she visited her sisters, Miss Ruth Kincy and Mrs. Earl Latham, and Mr. Latham. • "Well, you cnri'l-sit'here, i. lot's Tight iiii' Regenold and daughter, Frances, also spent Christmas day here. Before returning to Texas, Mrs. Rcgenold will accompany the Regenolds of Wilson on a trip to Mew Orleans. Mrs. Anlonia Thompson is visiting her niece, Mrs. Andrew Priest in St. Louis. She will return next month after having accompanied i'/dn' to each other all dri}'--- ;l it over witii.- 1 '-'-. . ., Mrs. Freest to. 'Indianapolis fcr a visit with another illece. / Oily Workers Pedal Along . LORAIN, O. (UP)^-So many of Ithe cily 'employes'.riave taken lo riding bicycles lo work lha.t Mayor Albert Matuszak .-has Bordered a bike-parking rack installed in- front of city hall. are" visiting "their' parcntT'Mr. and j Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold of Paris, Mrs P E Cooley nnd Mr. and Mrs. i Tex., has gone to Wilson after l. n ,,i,*» nii.itnrl ho,- con EVIlllp HP2- M. T. Moon. T moon . ' having visited her son, Eddie Reg- Mr and Mrs John J. Traynor cnold, nnd family over Christmas, returned yesterday from St. Louis In Wilson, she will visit her son. where they spent the Christmas S. E. Regenold, who with Mrs. •^ow Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor All Makes of Rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Macbinet Calculators-Repairing— P»rtl— KlDboos H. E. "Bud" Fisher, who is em- jloy'cd by the architect ol the lational capilol and who attends George Washington University at Washington, D. C., is spending the. iclidays here with his mother, Mrs. H. E. Fisher. He will return Jnn. 2, meeting a group of his friends In Memphis for the trip. They motored' licmc for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch have returned from Carmi. 111., where they spent Christmas with Mr. Gooch's mother. Mr. nnd Mrs, John W. Meyer mvc returned from Birmingham, Aln., after having spent Christmas vith Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hill. Mrs. Jack Applcbiuim nnd son, Jackie, spent .Sunday and Moil- in Memphis. Jackie, who is recovering from a serious Illness, iind Mis-s Louise rowers, both cf Blylhevillc. by T. R, Shepherd; Woodrow W. Scott and Miss Frances Louise Childrcss. both ol Bly- Ihcvllle; Preslon Oofl and Miss Eva Ruth Guntcr. both of Blytheville. by Magistrate Cnsstdy; Frank P. Robinson and Miss Winifrcc Christine Wilson, belli of Leach- villc. by Eugene H. Hall; Froy Hrookr, and Miss Ethel Southourd. both of Blythevillc, by Magislralc | Cassidy. ' j Willie Lane and Miss Ruby IDnughcrty. both of Manila, by ! Mngiiilralc Cassidy; Courtney Rob- lerson. of El Dorado, find Mrs. (Gladys EdmonsUii, of Stcclc. by i UUVILV.L- i,»v« * - - . Magislralc cnssitiy; D. L. Uouglas, mesh snood covers the back I of Dell nn{ j Miss r rances colcman. of her com lira | of i)| v ti, c ville. by Magistrate Cas- Uidy; Albert Hughes and Miss Ora (Ma'c Flelcher. botli of Blytheville provide an] by Magistrate Cnssldy; William guest whoj L ' cc o e i,ton and Miss Lura Dean 1 Taylor, both of Cotlonwood; James consul ted his physician. Miss CcnstAtice Bush, of Para- ;ould, will arrive this afternoon to be the guest of Miss Palty Shane for several days. Her par- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bush, will molor her over. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bums of Jacksonville, 111., have returned lo Ihcir home after having spent Christinas with Mrs. Burns' par \,IRS. WILLIAM GIBB, socially ' 1 prominent daughter of Paul ) Cravnth, wears a brocaded •vcning gown with low \, itled bodice and full skirt. A At The Hospitals ISIj-tUcville hospilal Miss Ora Eaton, city, admitted Miss Camille Clark, Luxora, ad- milted- i :jiiiunt;>i; i i M j ivi. «jun* vi %,^. -^ , ~ -Mrs. R- B. Willinghani, city, ad-1 • 3. should a woman protest "HI; Forrest Parker, of Memphis, and • - - - -•—•- >~ «i"V --- Marv lnc?i Campbell, cf Ken- nearby if they mind? 2. s'hould a hostess ash tray for evoty smokes? milted. Foy Evans, Manila, dismissed. Walls hosiiilal get it" when a man starts to pick up something she has dropped? ,i r>u[uriu!iig .->,,i >>"' M.WI'!.-... neft. by Magistrate Cassidy; An,,„>.* ..vo, 4. Wlien a husband and wife art-. dr( , w 'M 0rr i,i a nd Miss Macdd! Miss, Agnes Vaughn, Bragg Cily. gelling ready lo go out. should | B ell .both of Slcelc, by Magistrate ndmitlcd. |hc hold her c:al for her? Memphis Mctliodisl hospital 5. Is correct "Miss Cassidy. John Ernest Dorman, Dycss, ad- j jcmcs havc yoy] mc i Miss Smith?" mltted. ' I . .- i Mary Alice Stephens, Osceola, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Cowan, Oscecla, a son. CAUl) OF THANKS wisli lo thank our friend Whal would von do if— i *> i; ",.-," *" "i>",>. > Yen arc a guest nt a parly, and ] nnd neighbors for every kindnra Mind Your Manners someone raises n window so Hint a draft blows on yon. Would yen— : (a) Move, without letting your i icason be evident.? (b) Go over nnd close the window? shown ns duriiii! the Illness, doat burial of our darllns; baby Betty Ruth Tinker. We wis •,D thank everyone who contribute lo the floral o He-rings. Mr, and Mrs. Homer Tinki and family. No. 2. Yes. 3. No. Let him pick it up. 4. " -. Test your knowledge of correct idcinl usage by answering the fol- ^ Yes, if you think they might lowing questions, then checking i lave met. against the authoritative auiweis , rj H t -v/hai. Would You Os" bflaw: ' I Solution— (al. 1. Sliould a guest at a party raise . - _ a window without asking those Read Courier News want nd* UEOUCli SENS1HLY \Vitli a ccuiiC of Swedish Massage .mil Vapor Ballis. Heallli ful and Invigorating-. MttS. RU'IH LA^'HOW Al Margaret's Beauty Shuri TRY THIS I'MNK RECIPE FOR TURNOVERS Make n sweet biscuit doiign with uur fine flour . . . using butler as shortening and nuiK to make dough. Roll and cut in circles. Top with half pineapple lini; spread with butter . . . sugar . . . and cinnamon. 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