The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1940
Page 2
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:(ARK,);'COtJRTER' Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVEN'TS Sudbury Parent Teacher association meeting three o'clock at school preceded by executive board at 2:30 o'clock. Woman's Auxiliary, SI, Stephen's Episcopal church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at. Hotel Noble. Mrs. Toby Long entertaining ADC Bridge club. Mrs. T. H. Bayiies entertaining Thursday Rook club. Mrs. W. iJ. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge cliib. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid Weet Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Italnes. Mrs. h. H. Moore having Deltn Contract club. Thursday Bridge club meeting wllh Mrs, Dwight Bowen. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. John Faulkner. Mrs. Rodney L .Banister entertaining; Thursday Contract club.- Double Pour club meeting with Mrs. ivy W .Crawford, Mrs, J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. Harold Sternberg, Bride . Honeymooning In Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stcniberg are visiting in Mexico City and other points cf Mexico following thefr marriage Wednesday which was an outstanding event in Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Steinberg was the • former Miss Miriam Louise Mayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mayer of Dallas and Mr. Sternberg is the son of Mrs. S. S. Sternberg. The wedding was brilliantly solemnized at the Mayer residence 68G5 Tonkalon Drive, at elghl o'clock in the evening. Upon returning from their hcneymoor. they will reside at the Parkview Hotel, Memphis. Members of the two families and a number of friends attended the rites which were performed by Dr. David Lafkowitz, rabui of Temple Emanu-El before a mantel decorated with a screen of huckleberry and bouquets of white Callfr lilies -.and slock. Garlands of fevns outlined the two arched windows on each side of the fireplace and large urns of calla lilies and stock were placed in front of the windows. During the assembling of the games, a stringed ensemble played "Clalr dc Lunc" by Debussy. .. Strains of Wagner's "Wedding March"- from. "Lohengrin" hcruld- ed the coining of the bride and - Mendelssohn's "Bridal Chorus" was played as vows were exchanged* " The bride was given In marriage by her father. She wore a silvc: lame gcwn whose tucked bodice vyns fastened with rhinestonc buttons. The fullness of (he short puffed sleeves was caught with tiny .cartridge pleats, cartridge pleating nlso held the low placed back fullness of the vpluminoiis rkirl. Her fingertip veil of Illusion was attached to H crown of silver leaves. She carried a colonial bouquet tf white orchids and valley lilies and her only jewelry was a diamond pen worn by her grandmother when a bride and which was her gift to her grand daughter. Miss Helene' Levi of Dallas, maid of honor, and Mrs. Guy Hlrsch ol Dallas, bridesmaid, wore old fashioned frocks of pink lame bodiccr and net skirts. They carried flower FLAPPER FANNY -COFR 1910BY NCAStRYICC.INC. T.M. R By Sylvia "If he's too timid to propose, I will-=it's Leap Ycnr." "Swell, Dolly—then nil he has to do is ask his mother.** lie First Methodist church were ppolntcd Monday afternoon when Mrs. B. A. Lynch, new president, ireslded over the first meeting of he new yew nl the church. Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. El Ion .V. Kirb.y, Mrs. W. P. Drcwer and Mrs. Henry Humphrey were named .Ircle leaders nnil drew '!or their be present for the installation service. The eleven members were led In prnycis by Mrs. George Cruze um' Mrs. George Dlsinger. • • * Ktircs-TyroiiD Kites Solcmniy.cil Yesterday >rdc members. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tyrone an,,.„„, . I "ounce the marriage of their Mrs. L. E. Baker pm the devo- I daughter, Lllcl )l c , mid Orly O. jr., which was solemnized t 12:10 New Year's morning. The RKV, J. L. Woolmiui. pastor or the First Church of the Nazn- •ene, read the service at, his home. ,Ilss Dorothy Rylee was the only attendant. The bride wore a woolen model )f light blue with black accessories. Mrs. SUrcs, who attended the city schools, has been connected muffs cf pink sweetpeas. roses nnd blue The bridegroom had for his best man, Leon Wassal of Dallas. Leo Klcmperer of Chicago, brother-in- law of the bridegroom, was groomsman and the bride's younger brother, Robert Mayer Jr., served as jf Joiner. ional from the ninth chapter of ] stires ,<;Ulhe\v.<; Rfter which the locnl nntl inference treasurers gave their re- orts for the year. * • • Miss Snllba Is Wed Co liilntird V. Emrlch Miss Annie Mac Sallba, daughter' •f Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sallba, bc- aiiiE the bride of Edward V. Em- Ich of Kenlon, Tcnn., son of Mr. nil Mrs. E. Emrich, also of Kenon, in a ceremony performed nt he Saliba home Sunday night at :30 o'clock. The service > was solemnized by he Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor T the First Baptist church, before V-hundrcrt friends and members o. lie two families. The bride was attended by her ister, Miss Dina May Sftllba, "while ack Saliba, a cousin of the bride, ;as Mr. Emrlch's best nmn. Mrs. Einrich wore a pale blue jene dress designed ivlth a pink rim. The costume was set off b> .Inck accessories and a corsage of Jriarcllff roses. Her attendant was dressed In a invy blue chiffon with a white .rim with which she wore black iccessories nntl yellow roses. A dinner for the mil of town iucsts and members o; the bridal jarty was served nt the Saliba lome nl six o'clock. A reception -ollowed (he wedding, imd a mid- lighl supper, wns served the guests « they awaited the coming of the (ew Ycnr. Out of town guests here for the iffair were: Mrs. E. Emrich of Kenlon; Miss Mary Rose Emrloh and aMr.Foster.bolliof Memphis; .>lr. and Mrs. Morris, of Olive Jranch. Miss.; Mrs. G. A. George ind family of Lu.xora; Waddell .•hlbley. of New Madrid: Miss Mal- Mna Snlibn and Fretl Sallba, both usher. Per the reception which followed several rooms of the home were decorated with blue delphinium and yellow ranunculuses. An arrangement of Johanna Hill roses centered the buffet, The dining- room table for the wedding supper was centered with the ilouV.e ring-shaped cake and while topers burning in silver holders. Mrs. Mayer wore n gown or brcnze crepe romalnc with n draped effect for the only trimming and Mrs. S. S. Sternberg, mother of the bridegroom, wore a formal - riress ana jacket In the vapor shade. Mrs. Leo Klemperer of Chicago, sister of the bridegroom, wore a purple velvet model with a silver lame Jacket. Their ccrsages were of orchids. The bride's traveling costume was an Imported model of Spanlsl rose wool with a fox jacket and a matching hal ol fur. Her corsage was of orchids in deep shades oi red. Other out of Uwn guests attending the Sternberg uncle Frank daughter, Sylvan thur Heyman, uncle nnd aunt of the. bride, all of Montgomery. Ala., and Mrs. Leon Simonson of New Orleans, aunt of the bride. .The bride and bridegroom plnn to .return from Mexico City by Jan. 15. While -Iherc they will meet Mr. and Mis. Klcmperer who arc also in Mexico for slay before'returning In' Chicago after Dallas for the Circlr. Since graduation from the cit> ilgh school. Mrs. Emrich has been -•onncctcd with the S. H. Kress Jonvnany of which she wa.s nssis- Unl riishlcr. Mr. Emvich is con- .ie=tcct with (he Kroger company .vlth headqtnrters in Memphis where they will make their hoi Amiiuuirc Installation lnst<i)lnllon of Woman's Mlssioii- «ry society ofticers of the U\k Street Mttiiodist church will b: conducted Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock service nt the church It Was nnnounrrtf today in tin' -society meeting B t n, c <-'burch. Mrs. W. L. Grron. who hns beer re-elected president of the 51-0111 !or this yenr. urged all oflicc'rs to teiipation Relief That Also PepsSsHzes Stomach When cprislijvition brings on ncic! incli- Syrop Pcusin bclpi you Rain thai -,. 'JCTfiilstomnclKom[<irl.\vlii|,>thcIa\ativp given by Mrs. Jnmes B. Clark for members of the Town and Country club anil one guest, Mrs. Walker II. linker, yesterday afternoon. The luncheon replaced the afternoon party usually given on Wednesday, Polaseltias nnd red berries were used by the hostess In her decorations. . . TnlliCA- for the bridge games were In keeping with the New Year scheme. Mrs. G. G. Caudlll wm high olid Mrs. G. O. Caudlll, second )ilgh scorer. > • * Son Horn A son was born to Mr. nnd Mis, Frank Asher at 12:25 o'clock this morning nt the Blytheville hospital. The baby, who weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces, hns not yet been named. « • • Firemen and Policemen Give Sixth Annual Ball The city firemen and policemen gave their sixth annual New Year's Halt nl the city auditorium Inst night when Rudy Helsc and his orchestra out of Cape Girardcau played for more than n hundred guests. 'ine auditorium had been decorated in a holiday manner with balloons, confetti and serpenliue to add to the gaily of the occasion Among Ihc out of town guest; present for the affair were: Miss Alice Legged of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Toler of Poplar Blutf Miss Mary Virginia Cromer of Carson; Miss Clementine Dowen and Prank Bell of Osceola; Miss Jeai Williams of Driver. * * * Have Supper Club I'arty All the. members of Uic Suppc club were guests at the part given Thursday night by Mr. nm Mrs. C. A. Cunningham at thel home. Onrnalions and red lapers wer used for Ihe table decorations o Ihc club party which is being gj once a month now Instead of twic as has liecn the custom. Mrs, Rodney L. Banister was hig scorer nmoug the women, an Cecil Shane, arming the men I the bridge games which followcc rday for an emergency upera- on foi appendicitis. Is railing ry well -today. Mrs. C. Q. Hires went to Mem- lils today for treatment at a llntc there. Miss Ruth Burks, who Is a sec- nd year student in 'the school f nursing nt Nashville, Tcnn., pent the Christmas holidays here Ith her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. olm Burks.' J.ce Russell hn.s returned lo Pa- ucah, Ky., nfter having visitctl rletids here over the week on:l. If wns formerly with the C I T. tnce In this clly, - '• Mrs,, w. Leon Smith has been emoveci from the Walls hospital } her home. Site will return lo lie hospital tho latter part of the ;eck for a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. C. j. Little nnd on. Charles, were in Memphis uiuliiy for the Shrlncis 1 All-Star ooltall game between Tennessee ml Arkansas high school players. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyd White have one to Chicago to attend the na- iciiiil ihoe convention being held here this week. Mrs, Minnie Arnold, of Memphis, ctumcd to her home Monday af- eijiooii nfter having spent Ihc wok end with her sister, Mr.s. verson Morris, and family. Mrs. S. S. Sternberg has returned vilh the- nice Sttx factory. Mr. SUrcs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jllres Sr., cnmc here recently with ils family from Leaclwille, He is associated wllh the Arkansas Gro- cer'company. Has llusturss Meeting Mrs. W. J. Rotljcvs, new president of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Baptist church, presided over Ihe first business mcel- ng of the new year nl Ihc church Monday nflcrnoon. The meeting wns opened with the iivmn of the yenr. "How Finn a Foundation." Mrs. John Uuclmnnn gave the devotional, the subject of which was "Be Ye Steadfast." Forty members heard Mrs. H. H. Brooks, retiring president and new secretary, give n report of Die past year's work. Prayers were o:feveri by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the church, antl Mrs. W. W. Watson Sr. Club Entertained nt New Ytur's Luncheon A New Year's day luncheon wns Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Olive Wall!, who wns admitted lo the Wnlls hospital Sat- Easy to relieve misery direct— without "dosing". Hub throat, chest, nnci bftck wtlli .. . New Clnsscs Ojicn ,ltut. 1st Shorllianil. Ilookkcciiinj;, Tjpliig Mrs. !,. i\I. liiirncttc 1010 tlc.irn rhonc 824-W REMEMBER LEFTY'S Service Station for Magnolia Mobiloil and Mobilgas Now Managed by Walter Cox, Jr.' and E. M. nlurray See Us For Anti-Freeze! NOTICE 1 MR. .]. 1 ZABLE OF ZABLE FUR CO., Dallas, Tex. will i, c at The New Ynrk Slnrc ne.vt Frlrtay nnd Sniur- <Iay, Jan. 5th and Gth. tor the inirpose of" Inducing the ;ivcrn KC prosrrolive fur font Imyer In buy n fur coal now fnr ncxl ypnr nl ilnisticnllj- rcrtiifnl pHccs, und also enabling them lo l>uy on tin', lay-away plnn, paying it out »i <on monthly payments with no currying charges *m! five storage until Die coal is paid for. KSTMMTKS MADE ON KESTYl.lNG YOUR Ol.U COAT Rciiicniber the Date- Next Friday & Saturday, Jan. 5-6 at THE NEW YORK STORE We Will Buy Your 1938-39 * * ' «j al «om«nOKM»ifOTl. too. Fwrs fr," Circlr. ApjHjiiitincuii Made [ '-'V cim'li'.n bv p to i^u. u, lv ui^-J^i Chairmen -of the-four clrcte'uf'»iii, u i'^' < S' l<ll ' l -'"''-''< a: 'the Woman's Missionary'society of dnigg'isuodayl S p ' iV * M al Vuuc A. R. WETENKAMP & GO. 204 \V, Ash St.. Ulylhcvillc from polnls of Oklahoma and Dallas, Tex,, where she attended the wedding of her son, Harold, and Miss Miriam Louise Mayer. Miss Frances Holland will rc- lurn today lo Baton Rouge. La, where she attends Louisiana State College after having spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Holland. She iccciUly came hack from Maiden, Mo., where .she spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Paul \Vhlt- linglon, and family. J. W. Shousc relumed yesterday nflenicoii to Rome, Cla,. whore he attends Darlington School for Hoys. He had spent the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shame', nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson have gone to Richmond. Vn., ;or a visit with their daughter. Mrs. Robert Smart,, and family. .Dr. and Mrs. Smart and son. Hobby, spsnt the Christmas holidays here with relatives, and Mr. and .Mrs. Ferguson accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Toler. ol Poplar Bluff, returned home this morning after having been the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter. Mrs. Tom P. Martin is able lo be up aflcr having been ill of in- flueiUKi for several days. Miss Coy Pierce and Dr. ft. K. Scliirmer, accompanied by Ui- nnd Mrs. A. E. Robinson .of Leach ville, are expected to return (odn from New Orleans where they at(ended Ihe Su-gai Bowl fcotbal gunu beUveen Tulunc Univeislty anc Texas A. and M. Miss Frances Mcllancy is able li be up after having been ill o' n cold since Friday. TUESDAY, JANUAltY' 2,' IWC having spent the holidays here wllh . ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. cold at her home on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Ijjwo and son, Jimmfe. imve returned from •Staikville, Miss., where lliey visited Mr. Lowe's uncle. R. J, Sloan, and family. They were accompanied b Ml 1 . Lowe's mother. Mi's. O. A. f.owe. ami Ills sister. Mr:;. A, E,! and Mr. Samcant, of Mlllinglon Ten n. Reichel, and family. Byron Walker left this moi-nlii" ^f for Lexington, Va., where he attends Virginia Military Institute. He had been spending the Christmas holidays here with his parents. Miss Elizabeth Blythe, Miss Evelyn Blythe and Mrs, Clyde Bishop Miss Sara Jo Ltttlc is ill ol n Nicholson returned last night from points of Texas, They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hughes in Longview and also stopped In Ktlgore. They visited In Little Hock before returning home They left Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. walker of Catlln, 111., were the weekend (jucsts of Mr. and Mrs. p. o, Reichel. Tom A. Little and son, Tom Jr., t were among the Blythevillu people Maurice Reichel hns returned to I'" Mel "P |lis Sunday for Iho Shrin- n<u>!.i™co ,.. „ ,._ ... - _. , crs ' All Slav football game betwcpn Tuscaloo™. wliwe ]. 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