The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 10, 1936
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COURIER NEWS "" -* ;i FRIDAY'S EVDTTS utif The"American teflon Auxlliar) v«"iriii me«,l it twp o'clock at the *- teflon hut, _, ' TT^. Sfnlor class, city high school, 1.1 -having carnival «t city'auditorium, B p m. Mrs T. H. Hajncs, Mrs C. F TUcker »nd Mrs. 0, G Hires en" "Vwtaining Dorcas Suudaj school class, P|rst Baptist, church, 7;30 p m , at Russell parr residence '-'-"* O. E S. Meeting at hall, 7 30 P in,, , SATURDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "IT, P. E. O, havinK ftjvcheon meeting irfth Mrs Harry JUrby. > •>)-, * -.-• • • -- '..Coantrr Club Ptsos 1 Holld» T Affairs.. Embroidered in 1936 Style The country club.,»lll have its first formal affairs df the \\lnter season during Christmas Micek when thereHrill be Ino dances On Christmas night Johnny Whlic and his ten piece orchestra wll! play —for'a dance which will be cabaret style; with a master of ceremonies _J3oth out W town and BlvUievllle guests viill be inTitcd , v tjuesls n-ill also be Invited to the New.Yetr's Eve dance when Hugh Anderson and his ten-piece orchestra »111 play •> The Srchestras wore secured by Bobby Orear, formerly of here and •»ho has 'plajed at the club scicral times and* he has promised unusually good orchestras with a number of special Tellures ' — Because the club has had no affairs this fall, It is planned Id fnakc these t»o gala, parties A number — of Blythevllle people are planning Jito h&\e guests and the in-lovm guest list will include friend 1 ! of the member 1 ; who are usual!) In- -'CludMi*hen the drib has "guest Jnight" imitations to guests \\lll be man&! by the ciilcrtalnrricnt comnllltec, i * * * , Dranufb Club Organized The nfth and sixth grades of the Central Warfl seliool have organized a Dramatic club with lhcs.a officers LaVonne : Redman, president; Ann Clojd, >lce prtslrtcnt; ..Betty Phillips secfctarj, Kay Thomas treasurer,, Annie. Wright, reporter - ~ * * • 4 Eniertifiwr Cllib. ' '" *"? V P- *» Cunnlnghim. \\ho frequently" plays bridgi »|U1 ll.o Tuesdm Bridge club, entertained the -members and Mrs Marvin Robinson,' Mrs Rodnev t, »Barrister and Mrs John P Lout! , With a ,bftii|e luhcheon Tucsa»y The 12 had lunch at the luce _ fcoyered i dining room (able Vhlch ••chad a centerpiece of a silvered Christmas tree on-.a; blue reflec- - tor , The" p'lace cards rtcre of v , Similar design ' -.. fcyihe^cajd. games'Mrs, W D >Chamblln ,non a crystal ash traj f pet 'Jor Uigh score, a crystal "relish , dish i went to Mrs Hunter s C „ Suns ,for second high, and F thlrd^hlgh prbe, a cigarette hold to, nent^to Mrs Elton Kirby , Voting Rtve Meeting Hen. The yoking ^people s department of the first Methodist church was host to other groups of this kiHS ?»j Mississippi county for a rncet- W. II. Muiyai-d when these guests guests of Mrs, J. A. Leech wcd- .wore llierc: Mrs. Meyer GrnljcV, miiday for a luncheon mcctlire Mrs. Ciirney Lasllc, Mrs.' Rcnkcrtj which was featured with an un"'•'"•' — 'usually interesting program. Accounts of their recent around , Mrs. Hut 1 , 1 ! WJilt- sitt aiid Mrs, Curlctoii Smith. . ~~" -• * * H-VUILV Hi uuiiu at small! tile world cruise were told; by Mr. • Alter lunch', served _ . tables decorated wllli Christinas und Mrs. Leech "as"they showed place cards, bridge was playrxl. nnotion pictures taken while on the Mrs, Ciriiber won high, and Mrs. '• five months trip. The Informal dis- T O ITnlln.i^l „„,.„...! 1.1..!_ [ .. . , . .... '""• S»U The cmliioldcred dress in Hip modern manner Is the nlUAcUvc dinner gown by Maiccllo Dornioj, carried put in phrln-coloicd cicpe and licavj gold embroidery at the hem This embroidery is rc|i-atcd in the little modesty vest Tinj gold sUrs ar<! spilnkled nil oVeT the remainder of the dicss Tuesday night it was the aucrly social mcjllng aim wns atlelUlod bj 50 rncmbeis Gordon, Rnmcy and Miss HIM Thbmpson, picsident of the oignnl- zalloh, were in charge of the entertainment which was fcntuicd with a \islt from Santa Clans, who distributed gifts from a tree Paul Craig told a Yirlctide stoiy Rcfreshnienls wcie served by i committee of the Womerv's Mis- mrs toclcty * « » Club Has Gwib Mrs Harmau Taylor cnlrrttiln- ed the Youngci Set Biidge club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. est Colds . . . Yield quicker to the Poulnrt-Vapor action of J <«~ iimmro suggest A one and two piece HOSTESS PAJAMAS Beautiful two-piece P.ijami with dusty pink brocaded salm blouse •with fints of lustrous tf>>7 i[* black satin . . <?/.<0 Two piece French crciic Pijanin tailored blouse with Russian influence in robin egg blue, ij M Qr> rose and nuboncl .. .$4.31) other Hostess Pajamas OP I'l.AlN bAiiis, BliOCADED SATIN, FRtS'CU CRLPfc One and two-piece styles in marine, Roja! Blue, Black, Pink, Dubonnet Rose Tailored a nd lace • trimmed models. $3.95 lo $7.95 C ' of Silk Lingerie -YORK- STORE ;j. P. Holland, second Cemetery Association CiiatiKcs I'lac<: of Meeting Friday. ; The meclliiK of' the Elmwood Cemetery Association, scheduled to have been held tomorrow at the home of Mrs. otto Dradbcrry, will not bo an all day aifalr, :is was planned, but will meet In the afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, at the homo Of Mrs. J. A. I.uckelt, at bell. Mucous lo Have Annual Duck Siilijx-r, The local Masonic chapter and wives of members will be guests at the annual duck supper Tuesday night, at, the hut. • • * Kccllaj mimed. Miss Kattiaiyn Grcar will prcs:nl hci piano pupils in a itdtal Sunday afternoon, 1:30 o'clock, at the First,. Methodist church. 'I hey will be assisted by the violin pupils of Mrs Stimt II bil- nion. lias Ciul) Parly < Members ' of the Wednesday D'idge club and ono gi est MIS Matt Monighail vsla ciiteHiiiied by Mis '.leek Estellc cookc volimci (his She used )>olnsoltias anil Yuletide plncc cards to ciliiy out th» comlni! holldnj In the bridge games which fol lowed Hindi, MIS Bnloi Wilson '\on nrsL and Mis jnuics H Dell second high Inltrluliri I' K O Mcmlicrs of C'ountj Members of the thlec P E o ohnpten in Mississippi coiinLj were ctrsslons of places visited as the films were shown made the program one of the • Intcfeslln't • (jlvc-n at a meeting of this organization. .,':•-. The 35 present Included members of chapters "N" and "U" here aiid the oscoola chapter. Lunch was raved at the dlnliig room labl" whlfli had places laid -for 12 ami at small 'tables in life .living ' if rid Min looms aold and white Ony- innthcmunib were In the centerpiece of the large table and Hie place cards were miniature Japanese girls, \Uiieh tlie hostess moiight from japin In a brief business session, Mi-s. II. H. liouchlns, president of chip- lei "D", piesidcd Bit? of News Mostly Persona! The Rev. Stuart H. Salmon wen! down today (o be with his ssii. John Mel salmon, who Is 111 at He Memphis Methodist hospital. -Mrs. Salmon has l)c;n with him sine? he w-iis taken down several days ago to iirepnre for an operation. It may be tliat tlie operation will 1)2 performed today. EU'1 nolton, of Memphis, is Un Kiri'sl of W. M. Scruggs for a short lime. . . Mr. and Mrs. Loxle ilaynes hhvc returned from Kemiett and other r:o!nts of Missouri, where thoy have Ijsnu attending to business Mr. and Mrs. Carson Rogers, of Cairo, 111., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. VV. McCutcheh yesterday. Mrs. M. O. ifsrcy, who underwent us operation Monday at a Memphh hospital, Is i'esting very well. Mrs. otto B'radferry will Isavc lodny or lomorrow for points (if California where she will visit relatives for three wcfeks. Mrs. M. JonlH, Mrs. Hoss Stevens, Mrs. E. A. Goadricli and - their as their guests for the weekend, Mrs. A. S. Daniel nnd Mrs. A. T. Douglas, of Stnath, Mrs. J. z. smitli, formerly of here. Is now seriously ill at the Koch hoi-pital, Jefferson EarracJn, St. trills, MO., from tuberculosis. .• . i I _TilUR.SDAY, DECEMBER :'lo; -1930 Mrs " rt pV',' Wal|X>Ie ' oi Hayt1 ' *irs. J. c. Waliwlc and daughter, ur i Poar!( '' Ml ' and Mrs A H Walpole and daughters, Misses Ruby Francis and Feonllne, and Boiii Fowl and Pau) of.Kcmiett, ilorncrsvilie Society — Personal Ajmy regulations require that TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY' For Rent: Nice comfortable ted- : rooih, close In. 515 W. Walnut,' Call 351. lO^ckp-ll Cowboy Program Planned For School Dedication HOLLAND, Mo—Gene Page, in person, nnd his ten Circle Ranch cowbojs and cowslils will he featured in a dedication piogiam of the new high school auditorium Mrs. Maimux ims not He c\eiilng Dcccmhi;! 15lh since she broke her hip rncie Liileil-iincis who aie di- —'" reel fiom Hie Texas Cenlcnninl arc regular .WMC radio stiirs aiui arc populm foi (heii novelty variety numbers 'iho Holland Aluinm A^cciatlon Is assisting the hlglt 'chool In (lie pitiscntation of this claborntc lirogr-am. - sister, Mrs. A. E. Erdman, of Co- t , u - lumbia City, ind., speiit yesterday n fi.«i. in Mem-phis. ^ fm Mrs. E. A. McKinnon is ill at liie Blytiieville .hospital. Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., Mrs. Eu- perie Dicklnsoii aha Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tlirner were in Memphis Tuesday. ' Mi-s. c. R. Miiddux was taken to tile Memphis Methodist hospital today by her nephew, J. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. Maddux hns not been well "Mrs. ChEBter -V/llkiiLs'and soi\ •/ Senalii nnd Miss Fac Parks of tccnnett, spent tlie weekend here visltinc; their parents, Mr. arid Mrs. F. C. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Purvis",' . r;:. Tern Pope, and Mrs. W. E. Rlcn of La's Anirnas, Colo., and Mrs. L. n. cjavk of West Plains, Mo., arrived Sunday to spend a week visiting their sisters, Mrs. Leonard Edinonslon and Mrs, Bertliji Kin:;olvlng, Mrs. J. w. Killia'ns was called to Joiicsbdro, Ai-k., Suiiday to nv.rco her son, Rouert Kllliahs, | of Manila, wlm is a patient at St. Beriuird's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Brewer,, mJ Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thermal!' eft Tuesday for Haines City and in Florida, to be ... v .«. .. hionth or liiore. i .Mrs. C. E. Chris (man of Dexter,! Mo., is spending the week here 1 1th her husband, who Is eiii- )loyed at the Coltoh Belt etatfoh. ..Mr. and Mi-s. Solan Davis left Wednesday for Hairics City, Fla They expect to return about March 15. Acpoullng lo icccnt Dcimitmcnl of Commcice estimates, nenilj lulf of the population of the Slates now Is scivcd by fiiillrus Thcic tire 109 companiis In opehilioi, with lotrlcs lotalini; •'••''"• more B2000 milei. . seven months ago. Mrs. Ed Bell, of BRKett. Is a patient at llic Memphis Msthodlst hospital. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. J. Norn's Moon auci Jimrnle Lowe are in Memphis to- L. James of Columbia. . Mr ami Mrs. B. P. Parks ca- ncd their daughter, Helen Marie to Cat-dwell Sunday " to lia\-e a < 'day Mrs. J. . . . . Mo., who has been ill for a week at tlic hoine ol her brother. Dr. Paul L. Tipton, and Mrs Tiplon lins gone to Caviithersulle Mi and Mrs. C. G. Ross came down for her'. , liiviin'd Mrs. Paul L- Irpton had Chrislntps Gifts Thai Witt ? Please the Entire Family © 9 Q Any Wunuu Would lie ThiiMed To del One of ilichc lienuliftil Siitin and Cicpc ; GOWNS - PAJAMAS - SLIPS AND DANCE SETS $1.93 to $3,95 Wo iiiDiitiou i,c, c ii,st ., tcu ol tl • C • What Hosiery Makes a Fine Gift? THK ANSWER IS PHOENIX- Sliown In ali popular -shades, Cedar. Gun Metal, Smoketonc, OIT Black and Storm Cloud. Hndgot Hose ... ....... 7!) c Hox of Thi-cc ...... ____ $2.2;-> Others ?l.i}0 and $1.15 a 1'air urn f nw :a--t removed from her light which she bioke in a fill n weeks ago. Mr nnd Mis Clnilei I Kirk imn haxc ns thcli guests Mi Give Her DRESSES And Millinery Street, Dinner and Evening styles. Beautiful n umtK r S to select Irani. Sizes 12 to 52. MILLINERY New shipments for Ilic Holiday trade. 11.98 to $2.0= GLOVES, PURSES, FLOWERS, HANKIES, XECLI. OUKS, SII.K.. UNDERWEAR TWIN SWEATERS, SK' SILK IILOTJSES. s TJie New Economy Shop FRUIT BARS Do/. '... CREAM NUT ROLLS. Doz. .. CUSTARD CREAM QC ROLLS; Ea. .... v FUDGE BROWN- |QC IES. Doz ; ly. Specials tor JJiitcrcg Hour 5 to 6 P. M. Fri.-S;it.-Suu VANILLA WAFEUSQC Doz ,.0 DONUTS Doz CINNAMON ROLLS. Doz. . , CINNAMON NUT |jf|C BREAD. Loaf '... lU.. ROLLS _iC ROLLS. Doz. D Specialize On Sj'cciii Orders - Phoh6 iltt •••. ; 8 y Suggestions For Brother's Christmas Boys' Suits, Snow Suits,. Tom Sawyer Shirts a n d .Blouse's, Pajamas, House Slippers, .Leather Jackets, Boots and Shoes. SHOP NOW— Don't wait u nil I our stock is all picked ova: Blcn Appreciate SHIRTS J: New patterns and styles includin? Duke of Kent and regular styles \vltii Tm- hcniicd collars. 98cto$1.98 House Slippers Leather and Felt Sllinicrs and Padded Soles. Leather 98cto$L98 _ WE HAVE .MANY' OTIlDlt Oll-TS I'OU MEN... GLOVES, IIANDKEKCJIIKKS, TIKS AM)' TIE SETS, lIF-l.tS. SCARFS, SOCKS AN!) l-IJIENDLY FIVE HOOTS AND SHOES. . Every Little Miss Wants to "Dress Up" Givt; Them Kate Grcenuwau Silk anil Wash Dresses Brand now darling little frocks htjted by the outstanding designer ol children's dretite. 1'ully anleed to wash well, wcnr well and fit well. A IJIG COLLECTION OF KIFTS FOR YOUNG LADIES pajamas, Robes, ISoots ami Kidinjr TOKR, Bloomers, Step-ins, * omninatlou Suits, House Slippers and many other intrigu- iiis jjiits for girls, ' . . A Complete Gift For Infants •£tv*( ,r i,n>- — a gift of JEWELRY will do for the really important names on your list In rln ik .iTun\c <i. n ...T....J .t.,- .... J" clrj is alm>s the inimiijtjic gill finer, more lashnj moip precious, Un\\ mliin T fh c ^ ou ri]1 C |i OUS( , Oui si tral holiday [.ness nuke it iiosiiblc for you lo give more...and do it for Glasfonbury Silverware Vriiri[il iniL^ \vair, bciulilul ami long ccmlilioiMll) ginnnlced \iluc In pilled sihci iff Un Set ComplLtc MilU bfeclJl Cibm=t Otlra bets ?lC7n Un 'Waneia," Brilliant, Modern 3- DIAMOND CREATION A Fladiing blue ivJirfo iolilairc, enhanced by two blue white side dia monds in a unique yp|* low gofd pio Birthstone Rings $1 up Tiger-Eye Rings; $8.75 uf> RINGS GII'TS OF LOVE AND FRIENBSUU* Diamond ftngs ••....,...$$ ^up Cameo Rings $lt)'up $8.75 iijp LEATHER j^ WEEK-END CASES \ f J Mado of good quality i \^J leather and sllbiigiy con- '. * ' Klnrcted. i Anv . Womiia .'.Will Lbyj; Unc «f These fablfe LAMPS Brilliant hew ill slgris 1 ii Tab.u antl Bridge Lrvnjs that will brighten the homo "oil Cliristrnas. ,- : A c:pMi ; i,ETE lAtii. 01 l-EA't'HEit G(Joi)S Buy a WaiQh on Our eag y Payment plan ALL KIN us > ,- ALL I'kiOES ALL 1937 -MODELS- 1LGINS BtfLOVAS STKKET FROM KIT/ TIIKATHE

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