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December 29, 1936

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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, ,(ARk.)' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, ,_, Social Calendar •> .1 WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ' Mrs. W. J Pollard ha\lng Wed- nesday'Bridge club, , < f Miss Betty Lee McCutchen hatV- ing'dance at'country club. Teachers and officers of Sunday sclwol of First Baptist church haling met ling, 7 P. M., followed by "Church Night" program. ' THURSDAY'S'.EVKNTS - Membeis and friends of First Baptist, ,c!uuch having Watch party, £:30 to 12:30, at church. Mrs. Cariol Blakemore having i Thursday Contract club. Country dub having dance, 10 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive board, w M U., First Baptist chuich, meeting with Mrs Leslie Moore and Mrs, C, a. Hires, 2:30 pm., at Mooie home. Misses Helen Tindal,and Mary -' Eunice Layson having dance at the Woman's club Mildred and Doris Mull' having dancing party at hut. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meet- Bits of News Mostly Personal Dlllard Davis, of Reiser, Is a pa- tlciH at St, Joseph's hospital, Memphis: , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson and daughter, Anna Lou, returned today to their home In Memphis after spending Cliristmas with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Paul.L Tlpton arc in Memphis today, > . Mrs. E. E. Lamb, oHHayti, Is a qf JUIss Martha Wlnburn nnd Farmer • England, •;• which. was sol- tiiuil?*d yesterday afternoon. They were accompanied homo by Miss Cherry Win burn, stsfer of the bride, who »lll be the guest of Mr. and Mrs,.Kitty:(or a weelc. Mi. and Mrs. A. B. Durk, formally jf toui and now of Chicago, are visiting relatives here. T. a. Seal has returned to Little nock after spending Christ- urns with his family. patient nl St. Memphis. Joseph's hospital, k as guest of his cousin, Miss Carol Lauderdalo. Mrs, Clyde Drain ol Dyersbui'g Tenn, who hns been the gucsi of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams |i., is spending this week In Lc- iianlo JWity her sister. . She'wil return here before going home. F. Klrshner left last Omaha, Net)., • where ing P. M. Nancy Hughes, 2-30 Compliments Visitors, Ciiris Home From School. * Miss JoyFhilllps had 16 gucsls j'estcrday afternoon for ft bridge party complimenting her housc- Eiiest, Miss Lillian Mooie, of Wilson"; Miss Sctlv Baum of Chicago, who is visiting Miss Nancy Kirsli- neri Miss Janice chase of Santa Barbara, Caltf., \\ho Is visiting Miss • Patty Shane, and a number of the glf)s home from school > .Both -Vchrlstmns and the New Year vere remembered in decorating the t»o entertaining rooms A bllvered Christmas tree, wreaths nnd tallies proclaiming 103V were ' usc'd. In the bridge games Miss Klrsli- ncj- -won a perfume set for high score and the cut prize, hosiery, went to Miss Virginia Martin. A salad plate was scried. i • * • Welch-Osbron. ' ~^ 1 ~^fTi^ Miss Louise Welch, of Detroit, Mich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Welch of Dyersburg, Tenn. and Buran D. Osbron, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Osbron, were married Saturday, December 19, at.thc Hazel Park Baptist church of Detroit The Rev. Harvey E Morrison performed the ring service. ' The nttaidnnls were Mr. and * Mrs. O. Richard Bencham and Mr. '-and Mrs A V C. Brown, i A reception followed the service lit tlie home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Beacham when quisle loi' Banclng was furnished by the Birdsall orchestra of WyandoltD, Mich. Out of town guests Included Mr. und Mrs. A. R. Buric • of j Chicago, the latter & sister , of^the bridegroom, Mr 'and Mrs. U.1W. Smith,'the latter an aunt of-the bride, and Mr. nnd Mrs Heibert McGrawall of Flint, Mich After a honeymoon, spent in - southern points Mr. Osbion and The condition of Colcman Slov- ens Jr.,.who is seriously ill from pneumonia nl the Memphis Baptist hospital,.is about the.same to- (iny. His parents nrc still with him. Misses Martha 'Ann..Lynch and Anna Jane Branson arc spending today In Memphis. * Wlllard Oarr, of Osccola,.Is n patient at the Memphis Bripilst hospital. Uube Sinclair, of joiner, has Ixjcii admitted to the Memphis'Method- ist hospital. Miss . Maiirliic Brniisoh has re- turned'from a brief stay In Gilmore, Ark. Mrs. w. O. .Clcvldcncc, of Cn- ruthcrsvlllc, Is n patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. W.' E Tucker, formerly of here and now of Memphis, attended-to business here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kodtlilzky, formerly of here and now of Columbus, Miss., arc" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes and other friends. Last nlghl Mr. and Mrs. John Graves, of Capo Oirardeau, motored down for n brief stay with them. Butler Bartednlc, Enimclt Colvln, Bob Goodilch, Iia Gray, Miss Jean Hnrrhon, Bill P.iught, Frank Rogers, Bill Hunt and Victor-ivy. who attend, Arkansas Slate college [it Jonesboro, returned lo school sun- clay after, spending Christmas at home. 1 \ Mr. and Mis. P. N. Luttrell had as their guest for Christmas their jon, Lavon/of ; Sl. Louis,-who lefl last night Mrs. Bob Copelnnd returned yes- tcrdny from the Memphis Bnplist hospital..-where she underwent a major operation n mouth ngo Mrs. R. night for her father Is seriously 111. He underwent a second major, operation yesterday after having been ill some time. Mrs. Klrshner's arm, -which she broke,: while'. In Omaha recently, is slowly mending. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, of Carulhersville, Mrs. J. H.: Fisher and son, Woodrbw, arc In Memphis today where Mrs. Fisher is undergoing treatment. Mr. and Mis. Jack Blair nnc son, Walter Gene, of, Parngould were t'ucsls of Mrs. J. H, Fisher and family Sunday. Miss Mai Urn: Chambers', nnd El lib Snipes have returned to' Mcmphlh after spending .ClnLifmas will Miss Chambers' pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. H. L: -'Olminbere. Miss Afary Hired. Is rapidly ic covering from' an appctidlcltL operation She'has'been removcc to her homo 'from 'the 'Blythevlll' hospital. 1 Anna Blanche Moore Is. Bride'of Iverson Michie lie First state Bank of this city :s assistant cashier, bill 4 , sometime igo W'as named an asslstont fqd- iral ba'nk examiner, which posl- lon ho now holds, ;;' 'ihc bride ai^ groopn left here laturday night for Little Rock and hen continued on to Hot Springs, Ark., where Mr, Michlc Is stationed 'or the present; Different Lead Would Have Beaten This No-Trump Slain Misses Joyce .Williams nnd Nancy. Wilson, of.' Pavagould,;'. have returned home Vaflcr a visit with Mrs, J. 31.- Fisher nnd family. Charles Scruggs, of Memphis, npcnt Christmas .with the family •if Mrs J. H. Fishci. Miss Betty -Uauni, 'of Chicago, arrived Saturday to be the guest 'of Miss Niliicy Kirshnbr, who met her In Memphis. Mr. nnd-'Mrs. James • J. ,Norris. of Chicago, nrc guests of Mr. niid Mrs. J.,T.' Phlllliv; and fnhi- lly for a nhort time. They are en roulo home -niter\ spending Christmas with ' relatives.': In tlcsbnrg, Miss. Miss Virginia Sides, of Memphis, \vill arrive todny to .be the guest of Miss Helen Phillips, ;com- CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—T li wedding of Iverson Michlc of Cap<i Glirardeau and Little Rock am Miss Annn Blanche Moore of this city was solemnized Saturday af ternooh at 4:30 o'clock at'the East- Memorlftl Methodist church with the Rev. W. L Meyer, pastor saying the single ring ceremony. The bride was attended by lie fist«r, Mlss<Graclle Moore, whll Jack Moore, brother of the bride was Mr. Mlchic'a groomsman. .Th bride was given In marriage b her father. Pre-nuptlnl music was played a the organ by Mrs. Guy E Michie who also accompanied Mrs Ralp Berrymaii, who sang "Because" aix "The Sunshine of Y6ur Smile."'. The bridal party assembled at the alUr to the strains of the Lc~ hcngrln v,eild!ng -march. The ali tar was lighted hy'tall cathedral candles, 66 In all, and one was placed In each of the windows also The altar was bunked In smllax and large baskets of chrysanlhe- nums. x The bride's gown' was of coiona- ion purple velvet nnd she carried an arm bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. Her sister wore a velvet gown albo, df dubonnct purple, nnd carried n bouquet of Harvard chrysanthemums. After the cxchnngc of vons, Mrs Michie played Mendelssohn's ,wedding march.as the recessional. Immediately nfler the ceremony an Informal tea reception was hold for the guests nl the home of the bride's parents, with Mis H c. Cook, Mrs. Obyc Cokei nnd Miss Mary Mehrlo pouring Miss Laura Belle Shcpuid presided al the reg Istcr. Mrs. Michlc Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrsl•' Jn'mes -R. Moore (oppeis-Pike Nuptials Celebiated Saturday CARUTHEHSVILLE, Mo.—T he marrlngc of Carl Koppels of tills city and Miss. Mary Pike of Hayti was solemnized Saturday morning nt. Sacred Heart Catholic church, the Rev. Fr. P. J. Doyle saying the single ring ceremony. The nuptial music was played by Mrs. J. L. Daniels, at the organ, and Miss Annie Laurie Schumacher of Ilnyll sang. Miss Laura Kop- pcls, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid, and-Francis Koppels, brother of the groom, was best man Little Miss Margaret PIko nnd Master Freddie Koppels, sister am brother of the bride nnd groom respectively, were the veil carriers. Following the wedding, n reception for the wedding party and n few Intimate friends was held p| the home of the groom's parents The groom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Florian Koppels, Is assoalal ed with his falhe rhcro In .the bnkery business, while the bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mai ike of Haytl. The young couple will make their lomc in a furnished' •npartmen vcr the bakery. BY WM, K. McKKNNEY Secretary, American Bridge League •it Is a tribute to the keenness of vision of those who read my Mrs. Joe Willis visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. D. t'alton, at Pine Bluff, during Christmas week Mrs.,P. N. Luttrell nnd daughter,'Miss Louise, and sons, La\on, of St Louis, and Ermiih 'and Louis, spent the'MCCkend in Memphis and Covlngton, where they'visited relatives. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rogers, of Lcachvllle, jeslcr- day nt'the Memphis Baptist hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Kirby, Oscar Fcmller and Dudley Denton have returned frota Arkadclphin, where they nttended Ihe wedding Ing up especially for the- dances of the younger set this week. H. D. Causey, 1 , of 'New Orleans nnd son, -Bruce, of Shelby,: Miss: who Is a': student nt 'Ole .Miss are guests^ of-Miv nnd 'Mrs. J M. • Williams.- and : family. • The £lder -Mr..-Causey•, is a sister o Mrs. • Williams who .cnnte up foi the holidays and' his son cami of tliis city. She attended the loca schools nnd for the pnst few years lias been nssoclnted',wilh her father In his Insurance ngency licie The groom attended the Cape Glrardeau schools and obtained de grces from the Unlvcisity of Mis' £ouri nt Columbia, and the Uni VeiMy ol Denver. He Is n membe of the Sigma Nu fnitemity up especially for the dances (his £ev eral years he wns connected will daily bridge articles that they can: point out how n different line of defense or a different method of attack would have brought - • *63 V 103854 • 82 + 0873 ' Ku S mills W 14 p « 3 N. T. Pa 5 (•« Pa , 0 N, T. Pa Open in M M32 • A543 * AQJ64 M A J 10987 m r V A 6 w _ k 4KJ100 5 4,102 Dealer 4AKQ52 ¥KQ7 • Q76 *K5 jber— All vul. -st North East ss 2£ Pass ss 4N.T. Pass ss 5 N. T. Pass ss Pass Pass • lead— V 10. 23 about a different result on many hands. To fovcslall any such criticism today, I am going to say at once that, had West openet a diamond, M. J. Glick, of Cleveland, would not have made his six no.lnimp contract on today's The club sOU is solid, and too spades double suits. strong, nnd stoppers iu there are the other Vliss Wanda Wagner and Harmon Hatcher Wed MANILA, Ark.—Miss Wanda Wagner and Harmon Hatcher were irarrled on; Christmas'-Eve al tlic lonie of (he' bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Nolan Winfleld Wagner, >y the'Rev. Mr.- Gathwright, pas- torof.tho First Baptist church. In iddlllDii. to members of the family, Otto Griffin and Tommy Darn- 'lardt, friends of the'-groom, were present. ....-• • ' • • Miss wngricr is a graduate of Manila; high school. Her father the owner,and manager of the losal nd. But West did not, and tony" did, and the method hy ilch he .did is very Interest S- The bidding was normal enough -. DANCING Every Night SILVER MOON NIGHT CLUB 2 Miles North'Missouri Lin cooler; George Cash nnd Miss Gertie Byrd, both of here; George Gordon nnd Miss Opal Hitchcock, both of Luxora; Austin O. Thurmnn, of Hot Springs, nnrt Miss Elsie Towcry, of Osccola; George Williams and Miss Ella Davis, both of Hay.U; Russell Barrett nnd Miss Ruby Lloyd, both of Lcachvllle; Arthur Shinaull and Miss Dollle Smith, both ol Dell; . John Newman and Miss Maxlnc .Williams, 'both of ; here; Joe Htggins, of Roscland, and Mhs Charocle Stacy, of Peacl\ Orchard, Ark; Amos E. Brjnn, of Amity, Ark., and Mrs. Belle Read Courier News Want" Ads his bride will be nt home in '' Detroit where " Mr. Osbron has resided for the past 1 nve years HB made his v homo here until ' that time. Mrs Osbron was reared in Dyersburg but has ,been In the Michigan city for. tlie past ,50V- pral jears. * * ,» i Helen Tinilal and Diary Eunice La>»n Plan Dance. Members of the city high school football team and the girls and boys home from school for Ihe hol- . Idays will be guests of honor at a dance to be given by Misses'Mary " Eunice . Larson and -Helen Tindal Friday night at the Woman's club. Nash, of Manila. Miss.Tindal will receive with her ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tindal, and.'Gene Rccker, of Point pica- rant, Mo., nnd Miss Lajson with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. . Layson, ami Leon Smith. « » * Local Girl Heads School Charily Project. Miss Margaret Keck, president Of the Y. W C. A. of Lindcn- , wood college, St. Charles, Mo., directed a chanty project in tlie distribution of gifts to 65 young bojs and girls of Ihc Markham Instltulional church in St Louis, in their pre-school kindergarten. .Members of the Y. W. C. A. dressed .40 (lolls for Ihc 'little girls and raised money for the purchase of "rocket racers' 1 for the 25 hlilc bojs. 'This ,project was decided upon •after Dr. George Wales King, pattor, had made an address lell- , ing' of the needs of his parish, '• in a downtown district of St. Louis. PRIZE... UNSCRAMBLE •1ME ItmnS OF EACH UNC • IHC 4KSWE HIS 'ft tH VIOTO HMTIHCt -ONE WOUO 10 ft UNt ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE of'Men's and Women's Fine Footwear «/ '• Men's Florsheim Shoes REGlJUAR'SIl) FLORSHBIMS $8.65 (REGULAR $5.75 FLORSHKIMS $7.65 SPECIAL.- - All Men's |5.00 Shoes For 'Only - $3.95 Uro T»U?JClmeum No Ed No As Barley Oil Ecu Olaco ; Inn ^ Re r.ltt Cs A Bil Scs PRIZES: 82.50 Pec: Week Cash Also 2 - Sails Clcincd FREE! USltO A8CM Will. BE AWJWH5 rOO WHAT WE JUME TO Bt HOST A«V«ATt ntuiiT *N3 »7nl*cnv/ i soiVmons,MAIV 10 OR BROUGHT fOVIl W1IKIN 5 DAYS. DUW.I- .CAll AWBOS TO UlUG CCWtStANTS. Marriage Licenses Issued. These marriage licenses are among' those recently issued from the Blytheville "office of Uic county court ^clerk: Roy Lee Taylor and M}ss 'Myzella Rhodes, bolh of Steele;; Joe church and Miss Delia , Leek, bolh of Caruthersville: John'Carmlckle.and Mrs. P. B. Phillips, both of Manila; Adrian ,Fatiglit and Mlss-Virgic Wagster, „—„ both of Losl Cane; Herman Smith '>w «ok»PtTi'fjCTW s «* ttntamt.* and'.MIss , Alice Martin, both of ilSNOT NECt "** v T0 "**' Manila; Carl Copas and Miss Hattie Mae Mcdo'ud,'both'of Manila; John White^snd'Miss Bertha Gay, , both »of RJplcyv' Teryi.;, Kirby Ball, of Gosnell,' a'nd Miss Cel- csWne.- Young, of Osccola;, John x Williams and Miss Martha Marks,' both-.of here; Clyde, Davls.vo^ ' I^ixorti,' and Miss 'Max&ie Bos- v;ell, v of-here; O'Dea Watson, ofi ' h'eie, and Miss Rcba Bryan, of .. . . . . ... lUSt FOBM ABOVt OH A StPAR'TE SHUT. WRIU YOUR NAUt AhO AOOflEiS h«MY. Tlie. answer to-this will with our next "puzzle. WATCI FOE IT I Peerless Cleaners CHERRY BUD (MVKUN PHOWF IE? 'JeX IU Clean. U fliqhl' Low Prices On ^Ladies' Footwear RICE-O'NEILL SHOES This combines every (pair, of Fall and Winter Shoes in stock al suUslnnlial savings. S8.50 AND $8.75 SHOES VOH .. $6.85 LADIES' TOOT-SAVER SHOES $6.85 UKGDLAR §8.75 SHOES FOR .. OTHER LADIES' SHOES 15.85 and $6.75 Slices - H95 $4.95 Shoos For- - - - -'§3.95 ^3.95 : Shoos For :-•- - - BOYS AND CHILDRENS SHOES ' AT 20' ;; DISCOUNT Good Shoes and Hosiery cooking odore fioni the kitchen \ \ by a "door of air." A sheet of air . forced through slits in both sides of the door frame cheeks tlis odors, but permits free passage' '"' and vision. _ ii"Xk The praying mantis, most bloodthirsty of all Insects, Is carrtaV about as a pet by Orientals. Even with the lead of flic ten of hearts, the contract wns not easy to make, requiring-a squeeze for Its fulfillment. East won the first trick and returned the Jack of spades. Click could count 11 ricks, and the only good chance or the twelfth was a squeeze | Five rounds of-clubs and two ljh hearts were cashed, East' beg forced to discard four times. fc could not protect his king of iiamonds and also the spade suit. I }ius tlie hand was made. De- cnsc against a no trump con- ract usually is difficult, and this land proved no exception to the ule. (Copyright, 1036, NBA Service, Inc.) Diners • on the : Burlln gtoni Zepliyr" are kept from smellin: ' Read Courier News Want Ads ive mill. Mr. Hatched hns resid- this section for several years id has , worked for the past two nspns'in cotton gins here, They 111 make .their home hi Manila for ic present. .1 CRAIG'S DAIRY ' EVERY NINE — HOLES'010 THAT.'^ Tllb strength-jiving elements 6( \ CRAIG'S rUHE, WHOI.KSOMK, 1 FRESH milk help, build strong miisfles and sound iMHlies. GRADE A RAW MILK Quart lOc Pint 6c Buttermilk, Qt. '....' 6c We're "Shooting the Works," Prices to Thrill You, Everything Branded for Quick Sale. Not All Sizes, Colors, Styles—But Wait 'til You See What You Can Save. We Advise Early Shopping. 5 Quick 1 . Clearance of Men's Overcoats S4.88 \ Odd lots! Broken sia Values to $14 Ib First come, nrsf:scrved! Limited quality! Suif ; Yourself Smartly In These .. Self Trim Coats $6.88 Fitted and .Swagger, styles. Plaids and . n'ovclty vrea- ves Values to $1275 While 25' la'stli Drastic Reductions On High Priced Fall Dresses $2.77 While 100 Insl! .That sold as high as $5.90! First come, first served! Clcan>-Up Bargains! Men's - Sue'iic> Leather Jackets $3.88 This lot of 10 jackets repriced for quick. selling. Values lo $5.90! Fur Trimmed Dress Coats $10.88 Tweeds and novelty .weaves. Entire stock of. high priced coals. Values to 519.15. While 15 last! Out They Go! Special Assortment New Fall Dresses $5.77 Entire stock of high price Silk Dresses! AH $9.90' values!-100 to go at this low price! : ' • ' Extra Toboggans 15c Asriorled solid colors. For Ixij's or girls. ; We advise early shopping! Quick • Clearance! Ladies' Winter Hats 98c Our entire stock of superior quality felts. , Regrouped for quick selling. Values to $1.93! Quick Clearance ^6f Better Dresses $1.47 This lot of. 100 bctter:| Dresses. .While they last) Values to $4.98! r> Extra Special! Ladies' Novelty Shoes Sl.OOPr. Straps. Ties and Pumps. Odd lots nnd broken sizes. Values to $2.i>8. While 25 pair last! Shoe Clean-Up! Hiirgains Galore! Ladies' Novelty Shoes 50 pair high quality shoes. Values to $3:9?. -Odd; sizes and widths. Eray: pair* a large.- Assortmcnl of • "Ladies' Felt Hats 88c .Regrouped y -' Repriced for quick • selling.. Values ; to $1.98. • While IQO last! 1 Yes, ; There Are Lots of U advertised Bargains Too PENNEY COMP ANY, I n c o i p o r

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