The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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BLYTIIEVII.L1D, (ARK.): COURIER NEWS -THURSDAY, DECEMBER ; 17, 1936; 'Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS „ Woman's club having Chilslmas party, 2'JG p, m. -> ' SUNDAY'3 EVENTS " Chorr of First Ba.p[lst • church .having Christmas cantatn,',l;30 p f;, . 'Christmas Bridge 'JLvncheon Is Gltcn L Christmas trees and polnscUias comertcd the of the country, club/ into" a Yuletidc • Ecene yesterday for the bridge luncheon given by Mis, F H Acton, Mis Meyer Grabci, Mrs, John F". Lentl and Dr. Edna Nics There v>ere 120 guests' The mantel of the large open fire, was decorated with a centci- plece of silvered flowers in a rec bos!, with bouquets ol polnscUias at each end, There '*as a gallj tiunired tree at one end of the room and beneath Oils were the prizes, wrapped in w/iltc with red cellophane and siher slai decorations Holl> wreaths hung at the windows lo complete the selling for the small luncheon tables These hid Christmas covers them and Ihe centerpieces were - miniature siUeied Irccs In Un ~ bridge games Santa Claus UOlici were" used and the hand madi score pads were decorated will led stars and the pencils wer green. A Iwo course menu wa 3il\cstei, vvoilhy patron; Mrt. Raleigh Sylvester, associate nm- r'oii; Louie Isaacs, "associate, pa- ron; Mrs. "J. A. Saliba, conduct- ess; Mrs. J. 13. Smith, associate onductrcss; Mrs, S. IV Mnrttn, icasurcr;" Mrs. L. 'M. Durncltc, ccretaiy. ' < The appointive officers will; be announced by the new worthy matron at mi early date. _ The prizes were Madcrla linens Mrs Eddie B Da\ld receded (v sheet and pillow cases foi first prize, second high prize, a bridge luncheon set, went to Mrs. J. W. Adams jr, Mrs E C Deut jr, nf Carulhersvllle, received a similar gift for thlid high, nnd Mis \V N. Williams, of Aimorel, was given napkins for having the lucky lal- Entertain Occeola- Illydicvllie-Luxora Club. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green entertained Ihe Oscuola-Blylhovlllc- Luxofa. Bridge club with a turkey dinnci Thursday night when they al c o lied as their guests, Mr and Mrs. J A. Plgg of Osceola, Mr. nnd Mrs. James B. Clark and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. A silvered • Chrlsltim (r 0 ^ < rate.-! onthsly in blue, lighted (he sun rosin and the six small dinner lables were arranged In the living and dining rooms with centerpieces of. liny Christinas trees nnd Simla Clans place cards for favors. In Ihc bridge games, Mrs.:Uns- scll Bowen, of Luxora, won beads for the club Indies' prize, and Joe Hires', of Luxora, received handkerchiefs for the men's club prl/.c Miss Turner received handkerchief: and Mr; Clark received socks for the guest awaids » • * In School IMfl.v. Miss Elizabeth McLean, ilail?liler gf Di. and Mrs D C McL"in, was, a member of the oas>l of 'In Golcltfl DCS Rois," a pla\ piesjnt- cd at the Joint meeting of the Mississippi State College tor Women French club and honorary fraternity. The play, directed bv Miss ICntherlne McOivareu. Vicksbuir was a fcaluie of the pioiram which centeicd aiound CluUlinni> and New Year's in France. jiteitaiu at Budge fov Bndes-Iilect at Wilson Jcanctln with brlilgc Monday the Wilson Tcacheragc, compll- tncnlinj; two brides-elect, MISEC. 1 ! Emma Claire Huhston nnd Elolsc Wright. The llvjng room,was bright with lioilj, mMletoe and icd berries.- ., . A plate consisting of sand-1 •""I 1 , wiches, hot •chocolate, cakes, and ice cream was served. Tiny Wedding bells were, given operation Momliy, plans'lo return home Sunday If her falhsr's condition permits, lie Is resting very well. i ••':'/'> J. Ernest Hasson returned this nioniln; from New Orleans, where at , he attended to'business'for several days. [. • Wallace Thompson Jr., of Wilson, Is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. w. !•'. Cooley, formerly of hero and now of Joiner, is a pant, the Memphis Methodist as favors. " Olfts of pottery wrapped nnd decorated with .star.l and wedding bells were presented to the honorccs. Mrs. Albert Orecnwcll won high score prize and Miss Virglc Rogers cut. foj consolation. The guest-list Included Mcsdunies* Charles Lane, Jack Otis, Thomas Ltincy, Sump Hcgen- olil, Els'tncr Detail; Altai Greenwell, Raymond Coiner, Jess Olas- cow. PJrnrst Maun, D. N. Morris, Charles Bcall, C. P. Ferguson, O. Orcshnm, Misses Ilnlrston, Wrlglit, Mary Symonds, Virglc Kogers, iiachel Berry, Sarnlv Lewis Green, Marlon Goodloe, Maxlne Wallucc, i"d Jewel Tylei. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Out of lottn guests werc'-Mii>. , Spurgenn Patterson of Jackson, ,»:MUs, who'is visiting hci mother, "-Mrs W. T Obeist, Mrs Jones J ' Dunham ol Dothan, Ala, guest of <*.her paients, tfr. and Mrs J Ei- 4 pesJ. Hasson, *Mvs ft 'C Dent ji . ~^Mrs • Marlon Barrow and Mrs Eh ^.'Bhamski" of Caruthersulto, Mis -^Dwight H Blaclwood, Mil, L W. '^Walters and Mrs Nathan Woln- „ berg, of •> Osceola Siar Onicr its Ne» Olficers, Mrs B. B Wilson has been elected woilliy matron of the Bljlhovjlle .chapter ,of the Older of Ihe Eastern Star for WJT.^Slic Bits of News Mosliy Personal llns Club 1'nrl) Mrs W J Wundcilich enlei- tnhied the Wednesday Biidge club when Mrs Harrv Khby and Mis W H. Mlnjaid weic high nnd second high in the caul games which''followed lunch. ' Lunch v,ns sericd at small tables in the Hying loom wheie there was a prettily trimmed Onistmas tree and Santa Claus plar.e cards were used i'ldchr Cla=s to Have Urnm? I'nrtj Mis William Dciiyman will bo hostess to; Ihc ridclh Sunday of the 111 si. Baptist a OluJstmtii, dlnnc\ u,hool, dhtolf rfui succeeds" Mrs C C. Edwaids Oth- uuty Fndny night, 7 o'clock, , er officers elected arc Raleigh nci home A son was loin jctteiday at the Memphis Methodist hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Burnett, of ,Joln- er, Ark. A son was born last nlght'.-at Ihe liiylhevlllo hospital to Mr. and Mrs. A C Mleiow The' baby, who weighs nins pounds, has ijcen naihed Cimrles Frederick. Miss Molly Rose Auliy, of Bur- fietlc, is a patient ,\t llie Memphis Baptist hospital, Mrs. Bill Sucatt, Mis Maynnrd Stilei and Mis. Alva McGregor spent >fc>tcidai In Memphis They \\t\a nccampmied by Elwa'iJ Kirby, «IK> icliuncd to bu> homo In Memphis attci a visit with Mr. and Mr.s Eddie Mc&rcgoi Mrs. Milton Alknbeig, formcily cf horc and now ol Memphis, is at the Methodist liospllul foi a feu days ttliile undcrgoln;; trrilment.- She \\lll piobably ictinn to her home tomorrow. Mrs, . U. P Klr.shnei wlio-jhas been at Omaha, Neb, for faswral nee l *s u'ith lier fatiici lh n Rev. Frank O. Smith, \vlio underwent an Mrs. G. E. Keck spent Monday In. Memphis, W. J, Wuntlerlicl! arrived home May fiom a business tilp to E -Dorado and Little nock. Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch sr.,' o Springfield, Mo., will arrive Sunda; to spsnd the holidays with her son, W. J. Wunderllch, and family. She will bj Joined latcd by a Cousin, Dr. Urania Hcmert, who will also .spend Christmas with them. Mrs. Alvln Allen nnd son, Allen Jr., of Memphis, have arrived to spend tlio holidays with Miss Marie Harnlsh and family. Mis. Henry Humphrey : spent Monthly In Memphis. Miss Mary Elizabeth Boium will arrive in the morning from St. Oharlcs, Mo., where she attends Lindciiu'ood college, to spend the holidays 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum. Miss Frances Little arrives' home Saturday morning from Columbia, Mo., where a student at Christian college, lo spend Ihe midyear vacation witi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Little. Miss Martha Ann Lynch, who attends Sophie Newcomb college 'at ; Truck JJriyer Burjis to pcalh , TROY, Ata.-Roy S;henck, 50, an ' Arcadia, Fla., fruit truck operator, died of burm today afler his Iruok collide.;! with an Atlantic Coast Line pacriiigjj Iraln. ' la the "Valley c/ Ten Thousand Sinofces," Alaska,- bacon can be tried, c-vcr high temperature fuma- iQles, aiid steam pressure lifts the sk)l!et into llie air. On a 'long inarch, penguins break Ihe monotony of' walking by tobogganing or pushing them- 1 selves along on their stomachs. Johann Gutenberg printed nearly 300 Bibles on his first run..; FREE 6 QT. ALUMINUM COOKING POT WITH COVER "Gee, Funny, four secretaries!" "yeah! He's so rich the only thing that dares to disagree with him is I his fooi!," New Orleans, will arrive Sunday morning to spend Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Miss Anna Jane Branson arriv- holidays with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Ui S. Branson. Miss Maigaret Keck will Miss Shane and her parents, May-1 or and Mrs. Cacll Shane. i Roland Hunt, who is 111 at Ite Memphis Baptist hospital, is yet qiilte v III. An operation will .be par- !>. Perry R Webb WiJl Be Pastor of Big Texas Cluu'el Dr. Perry p. Webb, pastor c Ihe First Baptist cmirch her from 102G to 1930, has resigned the pastorate of the First Baptis W^iSi^J^y^W^^^ 5 ^^^'^ To Make Her Christmas'Happy-Give LUNSING Pretty Comfort For Sleeping and Lounging Very Co/,} 1 , these new Hal- bnggan anil Tuck' Stitch pajamas and night go>\ns by Munsing«piir . . . allracti>(! new designs in pretty color combinations. The fabric is great — cashes well, wears long. And the prices me Let us s>how formed, for ths removal of a kid ncy when his condition permits. He has been there for six weeks, Mr.s. John Blythe is in Memphh us the guest of her son, H. T cd home today fiom Brenan col-1 Ulythe, and family. Her daughter, chw ch"of"pmc"Bui*f£ Gainesville, Ga., to bpcnd the Miss Audlcy Blythe, will go down luary j wlll i, ccomc p!lstol . or th foi her Sunday. First Baptist church of San An x ip:' i Miss Miriam Smith, daughter of airlvc * rr ""^ Mrl5 ' w - ^ cn Smith, ar- homo satmday nftcnioon from Lip- ''" rt llomc U) '', R >' from S'*!' 1 '™' denwoort college, si. Chaiios, Mo., collc s <! ' Columbia, Mo., to spend to spend Ihc Christmas vacation., lllc Clnistmas holidays. Elie will bs accompanied by Don j Smith, who attends St Louis Uui- 111, WI1U :lll(MLU.S OU LjUUIS Ulll- n I * veiolty, St. Louis, who is motoring BraggauOCIO horns for the holidays. Miss Keck PlnK Flcrfc ftff^or will be the guest of her parenls.| UUD_ filects UHICCI Judge and Mrs G. F,. Keck, rind Don will visit his paicnts, Dr.'-and CARUTHERSVILLU, Mo—At a Mis. p. D. smith. ."''& j meeting of the Biaggadocio Home Baptist church of San tonio, Tex., one of tile larges churches in the Southern Baptis Convention. Dr. WcbS Kent .fiom. Blythcvill , to Pine Bluff, where Ins churc' i has grown in membership and in fluence under his .leadership. H ! has been iictire in Baptist affah in' the stale, being a member the executive board of the Ark nnsns Baptist convention, a men CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo.-At a ter of (1 , c executive committee Mhs Mary Spain Us.ey, who ib Extension club, attended bj IS ,i student at Ltadsimoocl wllspq. mcmbc 's. o"l«is for the coming St> 'CJliarlcwMo., will arrive hofin. ^ w ?'; c • c ^ c ^, a ' ld " c: ;: , •in-flie momlngf for'the Yulefl<lb\, Mls - T - r - ,»ItCloskcy. president;, lolidiys with her paients, Dr. m-.J Mra - N - R - plckens - vice-president; Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Miss Betty Lee McCiitchon \^11 irrivc Saturday night from Winer Park, Fla., whero she. attends H^LiPS AVOID MANY COLDS .Especially designed aid fpr nose and upper throat, where most colds start. Used in time, helps. prevent many colds. VlCKSVATRONOL NUNN 1 1'IIOVISION CO., Distributors HAND-KNITTED SUITS for DOLLS Skirt, Sweater and Hat 0?O 1 t!^o r"A $£ and §>2.50 Orders Delivered for Christmas Special. Patterns for Shirley Temple Dolls Call 7i>2 MRS. LESLIE HOOPER 1! 00 Chicltusawba Collins college, to spend the holi- -1nys with her para'nts," Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Mrs. C. W. Aifjick mid daughter, Maiy Jean, will spend to- iiiorrow In Mcinphls, .Miss Patty Shane, who Is a sophp- inoic at Vassar college, Pouglikcel)- le, N. Y., will arrive .home Satur- 1ny. she will be accompanied by a guest, Miss JanicB Chase, of Los Angeles, also a student at the boaid _and the of Arkansas on the executive com mittec of the Southern Bapti Convention. The San Antonio fchn'rch of which he Mill become pasloi next Mr* M. t. Gibbs. sccietary; Mrs. Febiuaiy luis a mcmbeishin of Earl Oooch Ireasmqr, MLS rlojd 3,550 alKl „ ,. cgai(lcci ' B s' onc ' of Hnmlclt, sons and game leader; - t he reven gicatest chuiches m Uie and Mrs. Beck Dye, at whose Southern Comenlion home Ihc. mccling was held, reporter. T. R, Cole, president Pcmlscot County Farm Biireau, visiting the club, spoke briefly: oh the importance 'of getting new members for the'bureau. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR IMMEDIATE SALE AT BARGAIN: . COO acre southeast Missouri farm. Can bs divided into,ICO ivho will spend her vacation \vithN A. tracts. F.. B.-Gee. 17-ck-tf Underthings creations of boautiful nc« rayon fabiic-, milv piocessed by iMunsin^e^v. Ihcv lit peilc.'tlj. withstand ni.uiy \\ashings, and wear and \\cav—a \\uic choice is offered you, at reasonable'prices. PANTIES BlUEI'S ULOOJIERS A COMPLETE W1C-AU—VEST HANDEAUX CHEMISES SMI'S PAJAMAS NIGHT (JOWNS MUNSINGWEAR' DilEN, AGES 1 TO 10. LINE OK "I»ONJKS".BY MUNS1NG- ANI)' .PANTIE • RETS AND SUITS. FOR MISSES 'AND CH11,- -.Headquarters For Munsingwear ON ALL COATS & SUITS Some beautiful numbers in most all sizes. Tailored and fur trimmed. Crepe Satin and Earl Glow Lined. Come Early and Get the .Best Selection! •ADMIRATION HOSIERY Best' wearing hose in the world! Two nnd three thread, very .sheer in the following shades—Emokctone, Ebonctte, Pewter, Loam, Tnllucrbrown, Topaz Taupe. ?9c SI S1J9 $139 MilJitiei-y For the.Holiday trade.' and Js'ovcl- ly Ribbon numbers in Black, Brown. Koily Green, Cardinal Red and Rust. $1,98 to .$'2.95 500 YDS. DRESS LENGTHS of light weight Woolens and Novelty Crepes and Prints. Extreme values 3'.; lo 4 yards. -10 inches wide. Bought especially for the Christmas talc! n,c Sarah -Jane Rust, Pioneer Resident of Manila, Is Dead Mrs. Sarah . Jann • Rust. 77, one of Manila's; pioneer citizens, died at her home at 9 o'clock liis morning after. Uo weeks serous illness of iiflu'cnza and pneumonia. Mrs. Rust had been a., resident of the Manila community for 40 ears and was well known, particularly among the older residents. Funeral services will be held at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Methodist churcl at ftfcniiii with the Rev. Mr Harris officiating. Interment wil te made at Manila cemetery. The Moss Funeral Service is in cliargi of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Rust is survived by three daughters, Ina and Ocie Bus and sen, Mr.s. Will R. M. JollitI, Hust. and one Osceola Society ^-Personal BAGS,. ('.LOVES, ami HANKIES Every Piece of our Equipment is New! wt {-*/ Jk We arc ready to meet every modern bcttuly demand in Beauty science is progressing rupidly. Mindful of this, we hn.w discarded all of pur old .equipment nnd Installed new...all of it designed for the modern shop of 1937. i'ay. Us A Visit Toil ay J\[ARGAKET'S BEAUTY SHOP Ingram Hldfr. ^Phonc-'-'lOG I 1 . K. O. I.uiuhcon Thirlccn members - of the loca cl'^pler. P. E. O.,''enjoyed a limch ion meeting at the country horn nf Mrs. James Driver: yesterday, nuring the business session, i winch the president, Mrs. Godfre White, presided, it. was voted t buy a S5 tuberculosis seal bond nnd 10 give S5 to the Goodfellou '!"".<!. The next meeting will be lieid Jan. 6 with, Mrs. W. J. Uii^cr. jr. as hostess. : The guests v.-ere Mmcs. C. B. Vr/.ii!!!.. CSoclircy White, C. B. « , Driver, Welby Young, Ben Butler, i W. j. Driver, jr.. Charles Rose, W. sK. Dycss, Charles Lowrancc, jChcirlcs Colcman, Frank Williams j>'~d Edward EC graved ; C:,rrola Members of the Blyllic-1 i v iHc-Lu:;ora-Oa:eo]a bridge club' i«ho attended the mcccting at jilU' home of Mr. anci Mrs. Rol- aud Green in Blylheyille Tuesday | j iil-j'nt were: Mr. and Mrs. S. L. i finish, Mr. and Mrs. W: C. Mal s '». Mr. iiiid Mrs. Lv W. Walters, ^h. nnd Mrs. R. C. Br>'an, J K \!onlRguc, uiid Mr. and Mrs. Dv\i§ht Blackwood. Mrs. Joim Lance of Detroit, Midi., arrived this morning lo •••pcnd Ihc holidays with her mother, Mrs, Laura Rogers and family. HANI) MADE at ovc than GO s.iccies of mos- are known lo exist in " 10 i United Slates. . $ otirs SL98 to $5.98 Dark and pastel shades in sleeveless, r.hcrt and long sleeves. Laow or close knit, somo with Angora trim, beautiful Gclection. ; TWIN SWEATERS Zephyr knit or brushed wool models...An appropriate gift lor "Her". $2.-98 lo $5.95 Single Zephyr knit sweaters $1.93 and $2.08. Y NEW YORK S r l-.^v-»V v t' ,:•<->•

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