; (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 19! , Social Calendar ,' TUESDAY'S EVENTS i Intermediate. O. A. meeting > Baptist church, 1 p. m. \ Junior G. A. meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in., Bobilc Ann Purvis and Dorothy 'Jean lllgglnson having dancing party at Woman's club, WEDNESDAY'S BVRNTS Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p in Miss Dorothy Robinson of Leachville having dance nt Hotel Noble, 9 o'clock. Bible Study, Chilrch of Christ, with Mrs Duford Mai tin, 2,30 P. M FRIDAY'S EVENTS Count 17 club having dance V\T By Helen Wclshimcr _ -_=~_s Jessie Lee England and Luciau L. Spejliiigs Wed ' Members of tne families and a few of their most intimate frlendo witnessed the \\edding of Miss Jessie lye England and Luclan Lissi- ter spellings, Of Maiden, Mo, which ivas solemnized Sunday afternoon at the liorpe of Judge and Mrs. Zal B.'Harrison, The Rev. H Lynn W»de, ptistor of the f ir&t Methodist church, asked the vows of the ring service at three o'clock, 'The Harrison home made a love- ly'setting for the Christmas wedding. The ceiemony took place In - the library, where a laige open fire 'glowed Sunlight filtered through " the" smilax-covercd windows and "j.he only othei light v,as from the svwhitc Cathedral tapers In uiought iron candelabra \vhlch arose fiom •• -a mass of palms and fern 1 ; These 'were flanked \vith standards filled with pink'gladioli, which like the ' ^ candelabra, xveie tied with white ' salln bows 1 j Before -the : service Miss Jeanne Harrison sang "At Dawning," tbcr- hart^and "I Love You Truly," Bond, and Mrs. !•. B Joyncr played tho Bridal. Chorus from "Lohengrin." Miss Harrison wore a frock ol navy •blue sheer, made with a high neck, and Irimmed with white flowers at the neck and waist Mrs Jojncr vore a black romalne crops two piece frock with braid dimming, Miss Mary Ann Nabcrs, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Chcstci Nabers, lighted the tapers She \vore A MCUUY little tiio clasping pennies in each hand, Made me slop .ind think thib morning of anolhci lillte hand, riien eyes vvcie bntht and c.igei iis'llitj leochcd tho Clnislmab itoie,' While 1 watched them horn acioss Ilic ilicol, Ob they c.nncncaf the door, £"01 they tn ought me b.ick a vision of (luce youngsters of Ihch lUc, \Vho gscd lo loam the touici tloic u-sc-Jichmg foi ;i iiu?c. WHEN oui pocketbooks vveic slcndci .uid we had lo iiiaclicc thuft, " And Uir coinel (>loic provided cvcij kind ot Cluislmas jjift ' A big icd apple on a pl.ilo once look my childish eve, I 'vas glad Unit someone marked it with :i price so I could buy; Foi'I'll never feel the r.iplmes when 1 icath .1 fniiei climo Of the day 1 bought J picscnt for my mother, v,iih ,i dime. O NCE moic o ctiubby little hand n slipped vvlhin my oun; I foi get Uiiil I ,nn '.Iciiiding on a (.oinci all alone. Our heads lire close together ond-ouv plans arc running high; There's •> Sold riiiR oil Ilic counter, find we canh'ol pass il by. Though in f.,!lKi llunked u? toi it, then, we could not imdetsiMx! Why lie hid the gift nnd never seemed lo wear it on his band. TT Is ItkK-od up with his ttc.isuicb. .ind its fjold has luinod to ln.ii,s, And the je.-ushavc biought'moie wisdom lo a lilllo Ltd and laii But no Christmas gifts were given in all the mighty land, Moic ficigl'lcd with devotion lli.in that litlle fcoldcn Iwnd; And pciluips that is Iho iPason thai oui money would buy moie \Vhen we used lo do oui- shopping ul the old-timo corner store. CO I hoped tlie oilier lluce would know tlie baigatns vve h.id found, ^ When we used to do our shopping, choose, om Hitls and look mound Tint Ihcy might ie,ip Hie a(ti;inuilli of Chuslmas hope and joy, And lire olden love of shopping of a HUlc gnl ,md boy Who'd liKo to Like tliem by the hand, .md slip Ihiotigh timc't closed cjoor, Bits of News 'Mostly Personal i\nd "do their Christmas (shopping at some other corner a frock of navy blue taffetti Miss June Armantrout thr • bridesmaid, wore a black Mat crept; dress, made with a long tunic and had 'black accessories Miss Harri- 1 . ^son also served as maid of honor. "The corsages worn ijy t';c Attend _ anls and musicians we/o i BrlarrliU . roses and hsoy bffatll. 'i' • , i W, c.-MoHaney^'f/Konuetl, Mo , jvvas^rponislnan s>t\v s H Plcrson "of LeMngto'k law,- of Mr. Q man . > V .' The bride, w rlage by her fatntr ; ., biotViei-ln- eUings,'v,as his bpst '^wits gl\ien in niar- brr- .TfVlift TL W^hnrc L. Nabers, wore an afternoon dress of aqua blue fiat crepe, fashioned with a tl full skiit and sleevife, and there «Jp ' was an_oniamerit nt the neck Her *3 ' accfesories were in gicy Pink jos- ' es, lied with matching formed her arm bouquet ribbons, • There was an informal reception i , following the nt*s during which ' ices and individual cakes were serv- „ ed in HID dining loom Here, the Christmas motn wrs used wilh a centerpiece of red carnations, flanked with wiitc tapc;s, on in; Inco cohered table Shortly afterwards, Mr Spellings and Ins bride left for a visit In , ' Memphis and Nashville, Tenn, before going to Maiden, Mo, where , they will reside. For traveling Mrs . Speljmgs wore a 'grey kidskin coat •ttith p fell hat and other accesso- ; lies In the same shade Out-of-town guests at the wedding" were Mr. and Mrs picrson, anolher sister of the bridegroom, 3*s. Carl Armstrong, also of Lexington, and Mr McHaney. Entertains Class 'ttitli ChrUlmas Parlj The 25 members of the Fidells Sunday school class of the first Baptist church were entertained vith the annual Christmas 'paity Friday night when Mrs William BciTjmaii was hostess Kcd and \vlulc carnations, Yulc- Udc lapcrs and a large Christmas lice, loaded with gifts, made an. appropriate selling for Ihe ~ Christmas menu served Fmors were miniature Santa Clauses « - » To Have Dancing I'.irlj Dorothy Jean Hlgginson and Bobbie Ann Pinvls have invited 85 friends to a dincing party Tuesday 'night at the Woman's club. Bobbie Ann will receive with Frank Dulaney, her mother, Mrs Christine \\ r cbb Purvi-, and her lallicr, Bob Purxls, of Memphh vho will come/over tonight especially for % the partj. William Bw>ne and Mr. and Mis. W. C Higgmson will receive with thy Jean Bride Complimented , at Tea. on Safurdaj. Mrs Luclan L. Spellings who, be fore lier marriage yesterday, v\a Miss Jessie Lee England, was gucs of honor at a. tea given Satuida afternoon by Mrs. Chester Nabcrs her a«nl, and Mrs A. B Holland at the Nabers home. Thero'ware 40 guests who were received by Hie bride, her mother, Mrs. Jodie Nobers, and the hos- ^tesses Missis Jeanne,Karrlson and 'Beatrice Bryant presided at the ';refreshments table and they were assisted by Margaret Holland and • Mary Ann Nabers ", The house was decorf ted in a xed anci ^lilte motif, in keeping with the Yulellde season, with led tn- pers arranged throughout Urn cn- Icitainlng rooms for Ilin only light used. The lace^covercd table Jn ill? dining room had'a conteiplcco ol red carahtlons, in a silver bowl, nnnked «itli ied Inpeis, In .sllvei holdeis, and this scheme was carried out In the sandwiches, cakes, minis and nuts served with tea During the afternoon Miss Kath ryn Grcai played piano selections (]Oiit of town guests \vere the bridegroom's sisters. Mis. Carl Armstrong and Mrs. 3. H.. Picrson, of Lexington, Tenn. i L • • « CbnTpljmcni liride-Elcct. Miss 'Hulli Matlhew's, bride-elsct of Fred rlecman, was guest of hon- 01 at a bildge shower given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Mrs - - - - Fred home. A Christmas tree, Yulelldc flowers in red and silver,- and bridal tallies and-score pads combined the wedding and Yulctide motifs for decorations. At bridge Mrs Jesse Tajlpr won pine cologne In a decorated battle for high scoie and the cut prize, n cigarette box-and ash Irays, went to Mrs Charles L . Wyhe! A plate lunch was served after thecard games and the showering O. E. Qiiehmalz and Mrs Siindcfur at the. Sandcfur of the brldu-elcclWith inlscellane- 1)115 gift. 1 .. This Is the first of several social affairs planned for Miss Matthews. * » » Uaptjst Urothcrliooil Banquet . O. Fullerlon, cr.a;rman nf tlie program -committee of the Men's Brotherhood of the First Baptist church, has announced plans for tho "•banquet lo be gl^on at t'l church tonight 7 o'clock? ' L. H Antry, piesldcnt of 111" la^ who lias just letiirned from a visit in Califprnla, will speak and the new year's progiam will be presented. Erncsl Halscll nnd Jim Crafloi t attended the football eatfie h Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson and daughter, Anna' Lou, of Memphis will nrrlvo Thursday .to s]icn< Chrislmns With relatives. Mrs. Edna Scull, of Keiser, Is a i))3tlorit nt the St. Joseph's lios liltnl, Memphis. Mr.' (ind Mrs. Loy Welch wil 30 to Harfchurst, Miss.. Weilncs :lny to visit,-relatives-'for n week jr icn days. W. C. LcBgett nnd -daughter Miss Minnie Lee, went to Oxford Vlls;., lust - night because of tli sol Ion's IlliH-ss of Mi Lcte'Ll'' father. Mrs. W. N. Williams and claugh- ieV, Jean, and Miss Bob Williams, if Lnxorii, spent'the vi'eckeiul In Mcmphti ns guests of Mr. and Mis. Wilson Hemingway. Mr, and Mrs. J. .C. Ellis were in Memiihls Friday where they met their .son, J. C., who attends Oulf Coast Military Academy at Oulf- porl Miss nnd i^ho ictinncd home with them lo spend the holidays, Mrs. Louise .Chapman hns returned from Mcmohls. .where she spent sevenl days \vith hei bislei Ml':;. Louis Loroy, and Dr. Lcroy John Allison who Is spending the winter, here with his grandfather, J.. i>. Allison, has BO«C to Cliicago to •spend the holiday with his pircnls Di and Mis Blylhc Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd While nnd wns will spend Christmas in ParaRoukl vvilli Mrs.. v White's rclulivcs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas ]i of Memphis will spend Clinsl.- mto with Mis Ihomis imicn 1 Mi c s Ru h Butt vho ittet Miss Knllmlnc G^ibs sclicol New York city, lias arrived home to spend the holidays. Mis W M Mcrmlinrt ind diliijhler MKs Once spirit the weekend in Capo Gliardcnu \s O ue!,ts ot the Rev ind Mis t, Z Ncwsom \vho fonneily lived heie Lugelie Bhckweil nnd llpishc Moslej who nllcnd Unlvcisitj of Ah t a inn InvaloosT ln\e nruvcd homo for the hohdajs Mrs J P Fude and dau n hlei Ml s Cuolyn spenl Satuidnj in Memphis vcckend with rclalivcs. He was accompanied home by his mother, . S. P. Craflon, who will spend the holidays there. They will he joined Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and children, Susie and Rupert, Miss Zola Oral- ton aii'd Jim Crafton, who will motor over for Christmas, Miss Nancy Claire McCauley, who attends B;)haven college at Jackson, Miss., will arrive Tuesday night to. spend the holidays vvitti her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. B. T. Worthy. Mrs. L. T. Moore, who has been 111 for a week from Inllueiua, is now better. Manila High School Basketball Star Wed MANILA. Ark.—Gcnevleve Mobley, star forward of the Manila high school glvls basketball team and Nelson Hamilton, fanner o: near Manila, were married Saturday night by Justice of the Peace J. U. Needham. Miss Mobley was one of the l:sst girl basketball players dc vclcpcd here In Ihc- past, torn years. She was generally high point girl. in. the games in jvhlcli ?hc participated and held n liigli ratlns In her scholastic work, Slie was l(i years of age. Mr. Hamilton Is' Ilic son of Lee Huiniilon, fanner of neai Manila. The young couple plan o make their home here. Manila Society — Personal. The first book printed from movable type was nol that by Johann Gutenberg, it Is said. A Chinese, PI Sheng, Is credited wl the accomplishment ln^ the ye 1041, ( •,; Tomato News Mrs. Mrs.- Estellc Caron and Billy Baty of Lepanto were guests Sunday of Mrs. George Belcher. Misses Agnes and Vcrncll Bran- iion of Bar, Tenn., were the week end guests of their sister, Mrs. Avrill Malon'e. G. W. Carson and daughter, Pauline. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Nash, B Georgia Anders, Miss Louise Carson, ail of " Lepanto, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins. Raymond Palmer, Who has been ill for srane time, is greatly improved. Miss Virginia Harshman onler- laincd a number of Epwortli League -members with a candy party Sunday evening. Charles Curtis Collins is ill vvith pneumonia, Miss Bcrnicc Carson spent llic week end vvith relatives at Dogwood Ridge. Services were held at the Methodist church Sunday by tlie Rev G. T. Hcod. The Manila Chapter 493 of ths 0. E. S. has elected the following officers: worthy matron, Mrs. Fairest Hart; associate worthy matron, Mrs. Dan B. Harmon; worthy pa-. Iron, E. S. Hudson; associate worthy patron, George W. Fuqua; sje- retary, Mrs. Julia Fowler; conductress, Mrs, Mary Nell Roaoli; associate conductress, Mrs, Lois Osborne. Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Randall of Tnp;lo, Miss., are spending the Christmas holidays with the latter's mother, Mrs. W. T. Coats of Manila. Edwin Hudson, stuc,?nt in a business college in Springfield, Mo., arrived lats Saturday- to spend th3 holidays with bis .father, Atty. R. S, Hudson, an;l family of M'inila. Margaret Culp of willlsville, 111., is spending a few days with relatives and friends in Manila. Robsrt Killlan, who was operated on for .appendicitis' recently in jonesboro, Is slowly Improving, but it was snid that it would be some time before he could be returns'.! (a Ills home in Manila. , J. J. Massey of the Big Lik2 Gin company left this morning for' a few days visit with relatives in _ Nashville, Tenn. ' I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tipton and daughter, Katherine, spent today in i Jcnesboio. 1 Bill Phillips of Pocahontas, Ark., Is spending a few days with relatives in Manila. Christmas Service at Ftill Gospel Church There will be a vice at tlie Full .giiristinas ser- Uospel churclr Lilly and Vine Sts., Tuesday- night 7:45 o'clock. . Special singing .will be a feature of the program aii( CHRISTMAS FLOWERS GIVE FLOWERS, THE IDEAL GIFT Our greenhouses and flower shop are filled with beautiful bloomlner plants; flowers that will make Christinas a happier, brighter occasion. New and artistic stands with colored pots for small plants and vines [or Hoar or tables., .lasting gifts for Mother. Corsages and cut flowers for Her and your party—most reasonably priced. Place your order early for Roses, Cai'- nations, PoinseUias, Violets, Gardenias and Orchids. For the grave of your departed loved • one we have a large selection of everlasting wreaths from $2 up. OEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Davis Avenue pastor shower for >Yc:ik Shot Costs Tec BETTSVILLE, 0. (UP) — Kenneth ButKle, : hunting, kicked at a rabbit and lost-his toe. One of his companions lured at the animal as it dashed past. Most of the charge struck Bntzicr's great toe. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED :• COOK & HOUSEKEEPER, white or colored, at once. Good pay. i Jesse H. Webb; 1134, W. Ash. ' CANBERRA. (UP) — Tasmania has .ndoptsd the majority rule lor juries Instead of unanimity. • A nnr . „ , , 'en lo two nnjonty Is sufficisnt Ro'coe GiBf on foimcily of heie fm a conviction except in cases of pd now of Little Rock bp nt the * capital chiri.es . ( Mi s Tav Mitchusoii is ill rheumatism. with '. I'.' Lcl Day Tele I'lanncil HO N O L U L O (UP)—Plans : already are under way for celebration of Lei Day In 1937 The Mas 1 festival, ono of tlie most beautiful municipal festivities in America, already has an International reputation although less than 10 jears ol'l LOST!^ 3 PACKAGES .WRAPPED .; XMAS .PAPER PUT.IN WRONG CAR Saturday night near National Bank bldg. -'•'. . . ' REWARD for ^'ye turn Cora - Lee Coleman: Provrd'. b'c'st. by Iwo generations of mothers. NEW YORK STORE Froin Every Curnei- oi' Uio World' To Ivchuul . . . to France . . . lo China-. . . wo went to all coineia of the \voikl to bum; Jlamlkci- uncfs for Sanla lo blm\ about this Chn-Unah! 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