The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 18, 1936
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Iff' BLYtHEVILLB, (ARK.) 'COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER' 18,' gUNDAVS -EVENTS ^j-> of First^ Baptist -church having Christmas cantata,' 7'30 p m. ',''' ' ,„ Choir 1 f Rites Are Solemnized -Today iv' v Miss/ean,DillaJjunty »nd Ollv«r ' PeYry Barbcf were married at wn , o'clock, this morning at the DJIM- • hunty home in'a ring service which " was wltne'ssed 6y m*mb«rs of the ' family .and a few of their most In" timste* friends The ReV Stuart H Salmon, pastor of the First . Presbilerlan church, asked the ,yow5. • The ceremony »was,performed Irt "the large llvlng'.room, Tlie fireplace was banked Jwlth ferns and palms the embankment •• rea'climg to the mantel, and the v,lndo»s on each 'side hidrcllmbtag s»UaV 6n them White Cathedral tapers burned In wrought iron candelabra, tied wit! white satin bows, ind tall stand. ards hel'drbouquets.oI'Betty NUtt gladioli 1 v The,"same yellow «n aMdltor with th« Arkansas- A n ; I • l"ouri Poner Co. ftnme LaUlIC Inuol Christmas party Monday liilht when Mrs Hqward proctor, Ml' Outfof town guests at the red- ding were: MM. C. 0. Lee of Dyersburg, Tenn, aunt of th« bride, her cousin", Mrs. R. O. D«nt Jr., ... or Caruthersvllle, ; Mrs. William cmnlzed last night at Joiner, Ark, • • * Lewis'of Washington, D. p./and The Rev. W. P. Coolcy, pastor of Jewish Children Have tho Methodist church there nnd a Tliclr Cliannukali Protratu, former clajsmato of the bridegroom, • Boys and girls of the Temple And Max Loflan Wed «*» Cora Lee Cqlemnn, Miss rttiu iriaA. L.u B au cianco Little, Mrs Llllle Slsk juid The marriage of Mi« Annlo Lau- Mrs, H Stultz will be hostess for rle Evans and Max Logan was sol- a dinner party. A. L. jordn'n, of Bteele. Have Dinner Parties, / Mr. and Mrs. Harry W Halnes entertained U guest* st two dinner parties Wednesday and Thursday nights. The Yuletide season was the Iri- ccntl\e for using polnsettias «s centerpieces for the three small tables arranged before the flre In fhs living room, ana for the place cards On Wednesday nlglit Mrs. RuS- scll Phillips won tadl-s' high prto and Mr Phillips, men's high, In the bridge games, and M(ss Martha Winburn won the MarW prize. Thursday night, Mrs- Rodney t Banister received lh« ladles' bridge prize and Mr Banister, the men's prize. « * • Entertain With Shower. Mr. arid MM. Clifford BOrrts en- performed the ring service at eight Isiacl hud their Channukah pro- o'dock at his home. ' gram Sunday afternoon, at the The bride wore a frock of brown temple. wool crepe, made with n flared skirt, EHU>, a. playlet and songs com- and trimmed with braid on the prised the program and ' each' .was h«m of the skirt, on the sleeves, given a box of candy as* a gift shades 'vfcre carrledioul In bou- tertalned a number of their friends quets of'Franch'marlgokls airang- ° f tVl "' r h «" 1 « «•!»«»«« »ii>hf. ™lfh ed about'the I 'rSoi^ - \w ol* with/i skirt and \ short re',! spring sult_of roses tied'wifn matching' wxf* s^W nbbiSn • ' ' Her only 4 attendant wasiher sister, Mlfs ! <lpnnl^ y^r'en DUlahunty, wro wore a froQit'^of rust colored flat r crepe with a, woolen 'trimming of a lighter shade. 11 Her accessories were'in brown) and she wore a corsage of the same floners as the bride,' in a modernistic arrangement *• • • William,Lswis..^-the briae- groom's best* man - Immediately'aftert the wedding Mr BaAer an,d his bride 1 left for a lionayjioori ta>bfe-spen{ In Jefferson cily, K«nW r City'»nd Lsw- rsrM, JC*n Ujioh thefr return h«re in's!\ wfe>ks«thi/~will, fake an apiurtment- J*r traveling Mrt'fiar- ber' *5fe a full length" coal of red with a'ir'ox''Collar'"and" 'a dorsage of rotes r ~' > VO' Mrs Bart'er.twflo '5 tfie daughter of krs'G.'^.rDIllfthvnty.and the la'e Mrt>i}lah,unty;=U w$il kho*n here whei'e'shc has'.resldcd all he: Me '" . at their home Saturday night with a shower, complimsnting Mr an' Mrs Floyd Lo<*e, who were recently married Games and con- coat of test* were enjoyed, prizes being I nd Other ac-, awarded Mrs. Mitchell Garrison She, ( car-| Miss Lerlene Steward and Mrs souvenir, Paul Glnn. Before her marriage Mrs. Lowe vas'.'Mlss Idelle Webb. The hostess was assisted in en- ertalnlng totA serving by Mrs Melviri Burns-. Knftrtains Group Mrs Curl Ehuls, sponsor of th 1 Junior No 2 DTU of the Hrs Baptist church, entertained th members with a supper p*rt Wednesday night at her home o: Ddugnn Avenue. Tlie 18 present Included Sn giiest, Miss Mary Vedus, Who ha supper, solved buffet style, an later gifts were distributed from a gaily (rimmed tree. \ t Completed For Christmas CanlaU The practices ore virtually com plctc for the Canute "The Ho child' Adams, uhicfi is to be gU en by ^tile 1 choir of tho First Bap list ^church Sunday night, 7 o'clock^ There will too' 35 voices ' "' -••'-•• 0 1 , to g\ nd at the neck, where there from the women of the temple, Iso a touch of «hlte She wore ' Tlie Chanting of tho Chan-, corsage of Souvenir roses and nukah Lights" was nn Impressive ' part of the program with the blessing given l>y Ribbl Maurice ch, woro a grey wool crepe dress Lyons, Betty and, Jane Borowsky rith » bfown bait ami accessories . of Mimlla, Stanley; Kraiiier anc i'brown. Her flowers were Senior ; Alleen Coopc'rman of Caruthers- alley Miles tint attendant, Miss Lllllnn Dlet- Bit? of News Mostly Persona] parenls, Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Terry, who motored to Memphis to meet him. Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Gates have returned from an extended visit in Mount Pleasant,'Texas. Rabbi Maurice Lyons has returned from seveia) <la>s stay in Caruthersville 0. E. S. Elects New OHicers Memphis Fmmett Colyln, Arkansas nlw attends Jonesboro, John Hoyt Veazey, of Earle, JM the juest of Mr. and Mrs the weelc-wd He accompanied arri7eT"h«no^tod»y 6 for"thT"hor- Mrs Dulaney and daughter, Margaret, home after they ha.d jittered to Hfcrle Friday for a brief stay with relatives, Mrs. David -Barton, of New Ira Gray Is having had a nn attack of influenza. ill at 1 relapw Mo.—T h c Order of officers follows: , Biomeyer, worthy ma. P.; Cunningham, wor- MrsJ Gertrude Hud'.'Thom- following Jesstc Am and) Lonnle Mrs. . Cftsurer; "*' MOTkCy, COIldUCtTCSS 1 better was the guest of Miss Pearl Graves yesterday. I -*„ ''Mrs Harry Kimbiey, of Shelby- Fourteen Win vllie, Mo, sisfcr of Dr, Edna . . „ ., Nles, arrived yesterday to spend] on ArmOfel ttonof Kill ., —ve' officers are to be named by the .worthy matron-elect. th'e holidays with her son, Billy, who ib m»lting his horn* with Dfsi Carl and Edna Hies while attending school here. B, P. returned last night from Columbia, Tenn, where he attends Columbia Academy, to 'spend the mid-year vacation v.l'h )ses. Parties Terry was Mr. man. Logan's Immediately after the ceremony, Jr. Logan and Ills bride motored, o Memphis, where they will spend e'veral days. Mrs, Logon, who Is the daughter f Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Evans, is graduate of.tho city high school nd is connected with the local of- ,ce ot the Arkansas-Missouri Pow- r, company. Tflc bridegroom, who is tlie son ville, Jaqueline Silverfield of Osceola, Gladys Bernstein of Car- uthersvlllo 1 , Roberta Florman and Frances Llverant, of Luxora, took part In this ceremony. .The -story of Maccabco was told by Roberta Florman, "Why Stanley Likes Chanmikah" • was given by Stanley Kramer, the pupils of the Sunday school sang "I Have a Little Droidle", the story 'of Mattathlns was told by Louisa Jacob Barkovitz, of IHytl, the story of Channukah .was told f Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lo^an, by Frances Jaffee, of Osceola, ecelved his later education at the Harold Nathan Roscnthal, Lloyd University of Arkansas, FajeUe- .. . . villcV where he bcciinic ft member of the Pi Kappa'Alphi fraternity -fc 1 Is-connected'with the Farmers Bank and Trust Co. ' Florman -arid' Billy Sllverblatt, .of Oiceola, gave a skit bcforfe .the entire school sang "Rock of Ages" for the closing ; soug. * * * Methodist Church To Have A Cantata. I A cnntala, "The Christ Child,' Potrie, will be presented by the pholr ot the First Methodu,'. <hurch Sunday night in a special Christmas program. The light- l.'L, liaise!!, In a .' ceremony ing effect; will .be similar to that' Thursday afternoon nt thcohome used, fontlie-:Eastcr'cantata which tile Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pas- received ^soimuch" favorable com'i or of the rirst Baptist chuich. ment .avclle Deaette Veds II L HalscU Miss • Lavelle Dcactlc, only aUBhtei of Mi and Mrs E A ieftClte,- becamo the bride of H • Halaell jr., son of Mr. and.Mrs, Mrs. B F. Oay, and 'amlly George Grear jr, who attends Columbia Military Academy at Columbia, Tenn., has arrived fourteen students at Amorel junior and dsnior high schools w*re placed on the honor roil They are Mary conaster, who led with 16 points, Joye Adams, Pranoefi Adams, Charles Jomer, gylvia Donlap. Ila Margaret Rogers, R»y Harrison, Eileen Hogan, Helen Finklea, Luclle Hay, Minnie V Kissell, Maurlhe Harrison, Ainu K. Hill and Donald Estes. „ , ~f T™™ Ban in "Army • PEfPING (UP)-So that "foreign guests an<j educated men" mav not come to despise the Chinese armv.'Gen. Sung C.hev-yuan, Nortt a's war lord-dictator, has de- said Hie ring tcrvtcc'at'five 'clock, The bride .wore .a,frock'of«black Mrs J \yllson Henry, director of the, choir,; has 'announced that of the 24 in the choir, these will home for the holidays. Jack Wilson, who attends the Iniverslty of Arkansas, Fayette- 'llle, mil arrive home Saturday morning to spend the holidays Dick Tipton, a student at the .Hate university, Fayettevllle, arrived Wednesday night. id spend the holidays with his parents, Dr ind Mr) Paul L Tipton He has '.s his guest for a "week, Cazort McClurkin, of El Dorado, also a student at the university Ho Is a "jfblh'cr of W. -D. McClurkin. Rtisscll Fan 1 went ,to , St. Louis today wheie he will' attend to business until Tuesday. i Miss ' Vera. Sallba, who attends L* 6 U at Baton Rouge, La, and Eddie Sallba, who is a student at the University of Arkansas, will live this weekend to spend the olidays with their paients, Dr nd, Mrs J A Saltba Miss Saliba jmes in Sunday morning and ddle ^vrtll arrive lomouo i or unday. » Oscar Hardauay, uho spends most Of his time in Memphis now, Wanted To Sell f 100,000 Ftiriiiture Half Down - Balance Next Fall - Buy' Now Hubbard Furniture Co. •repe:'trimmed with lace' at-;tlie have solo parts':' Norman Gulce, icck and on the pockets and-her orsngc wns of gaidenltis Her accessories were also.,'in block. Miss Elizabeth Edwards <. and •"harlcs Wood'weic their only at- jndnnts. After the wedding .sei vice they vere g\iests of the bridegroom's )drents for a family dinner nt iieii .home , ,_ t. Both Mrs Hnlscll \vlio lias\1iv- cd. here for a niunbcr of years nirt the ; bridegroom, . graduated ion the 'city high school last May Mr Halsell farms at Promised land, where they will make heir home. Leroy Brown, J Wilson Henry, Mrs Joe Treicshman, rtrs Ceorgi M Lee, Mrs R P. Paddison, Mrs A. B. .FairflcUW Jim F Harwell Mis Ecjwln Jones, Miss Mary Emma • Hbo d' and ; Hcrinan Rimer. Son Bom .A soh was bom jssfcrday t Mr and Mis H, P wilUngham a [ten ( honie on Chlckasqwba A\ e The baby, who weighs ten pounds has been named Robert Lewis. Hawaii's PTA drows HONOLULU (UP) — Hawaii 1 Parent-Teacher Association Is til fastest-growing In America, re ports indicate During the past 1 months membership' has Increase by l.OOd to bring the'total abo\ Plans Announced For Xm*9 Party The Business, and Women's 'club 1 will "have Its an- Give 'Her' an Of Course, She'd Love Beautiful MOIRE TAFFETA OREPB - - LAOS SLIPPER SAtTN SILK NUB CREfrE MATLESE CREPE CUT VELVET PLAIN VELVET -Martha Maid -•Van Raalte EVENING WRAPS fiiack vctrtt whifc satin or'criipc lining, short or lorig models. $9.95 to $19.75 , • Darllng, v "SKap«3 r , In .sequin, ', UAy peark, sphere for the weekend {Mrs y P 'Holt and daughters, Ella Jeanette, and Greta Lynn, who moved' to Waterproof, La, last spring have arnved to spend the holidays with their aunt. Mrs J Newborn, and the Rev Mr New- i They will also visit another aunt, Mi's E F Dalles, and Mr. Datlay, at Victoria Mr Holt )oln them for Christmas day -Miss Jane Sevier returned from Memphis whsre she \^as the uesl of MI'S Christine McGaughey Slie was accompanied home by J Frances wenn. f E. M Terry jr, has retumet from Columbia Tenn , where h attends Columbia Military Acad em'jvto spend the holidays with his i ^™^—• Specials All Day— Fridiy-Safurday-Sunday PINEAPPLE LAYER CAKE PECAN ROLLS Doz CINNAMON Round Loaf . .. LGE. OATMEAL COOKIES. Doz. . CUSTARD CREAM OC ROLL specials for Butereg Hour 5 to 6 P. M. Fri.-Sat.-Sun FRUIT WAFERS Doz DONUTS Doz COCONUT ClNNj* MON ROLLS! Doz. PLAIN ROLLS Doz.- PARKERHOUSE ROLLS. Doz. . .. 'lei Us Make Your Christmas Cakes'and Pies - Phone 118 BLVTHEVILLE BAKING CO. W W 8 U 10 C 8' 3 C 12 C ,JC 5° 8 C reed court martlals for. officers aught smoking cigarettes on the treets of Peiplng.- Read Cornier Ntws Want Ada, Have those Party Frdcks (Cleaned NOW! clTristmas Parties Ahead; Let us renew . your evening frocks - - and don't forget to send his Tuxedo. PHONE 53 . HUDSON Cleaner-Tailor-Clothier Dependable, Nationally Advdrtised Gifts .at'Reasonable Prices yo.u-:H.;d:ve : i-t- Wv Pr-eff.y-rSicvr/ -i-n - .Cotton Corduroy is'mighty.spfLforJoun'ging around .or..., for sleeping. And the style* and colors of Loiy Bones .. : are SO pretty it's o shame ib confine them 16 boydorrsl V'illC^ork 'Store I •I '^M^f * v r~ v -° 1 IN'^-fu , • —^J m Crepe Pajnmas $1.69 10 §3.95 Satin PajarrtaS $2.9a to $12.95 Cre{»e Negligets $3.95 to SS.95 Satin Ncgrlig^ces $4.95 to S12.95 Vah RaaKe Panlich 50c - 75c - SI Crcpc Slips 98c to §1.95 Satin Slips 98c to §2.05 Chifdrcn's Pajamas 9Sc to .81.95 to Match 98c Corduroy and VeUel Lounging Robes $3.95 to S6.95 Cofduroy or. VeUct Robes. S3.95 (o $5.95 Luncheon Sets ^08c, to $2.95 Cotton or Rnyon Hedsp.rcads $1.95 to $5.95 Don'l Miss This Big HOSIERY EVENT JOE APPLEBAUM Our Annual Christmas BOXED HOSIERY Event Each Purchase of Hosiery in a Christmas Box LARKWOOD HOSE 2 nnd 3 Thread Crrpc Twist Regular $1 Gnulc 3 Pairs for Larkwood crepe twist Is a nmitlfrlu] di'-coicrv nroaucini alluring sheer silk hosiery with tr-c uiring mr«lity of far heavier stockings Piecrust cloud Sfi« Moleskin Shadow Black, rfnncSt, Autunui Leaf Sizes a-, to 10'i STY LK NO 5««*-i!-Thlcad b IJ i f \ o a Per Fair . .. ?!*• TCP i> a , r America's. Two Outslandiu; u ov -2-ThrCart Numbers! The FAMOUS JOE'APPLEBAUM m»iW^K^^ TAH.OBED COAT .TtOUftR STUI-riJJO PeMI Pink ' Coral due '• Light Blue Petal, Pink • Burnt Orange toi* STTIE—$2.06 Light Sluo French SEuo "because you 16ve nice things '' '' CHRISTMAS BOXES .CHhlSTMAS .\YRAPP1NG With Every Purcliasa Here. Wfien-if's-besf b/b-'n-fucker/-if's ILLUSION: 4 thread chlftoi). Ririgless. Self picot. Elastic ilitch welt: Heavy all Cl silk-foot.-Sizes 8 to IOV!|i ^pl 1 SH6ERIO: 2 thread. >15 , gau|c, all silk (thiftptf.. Crepe Jwisl sllk. r ,self •'<£! T" picot'. Sizes 3 to 10'^ .....'. Jji-i*} ^: 4 thread, 45 gauge. Van twist sllfc Silk plaiUd-sole arid toe. Silk, heel. 3i inches medium. • Q Sizes 3 to H i •... ^p "because • You Love Nice Things" The FAMOUS JOE APPLEBAUM

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