The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 6, 1940
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PAGE..TWC BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. c. A. Cunningham entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Ei-Monlhly Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. J. P. Holland. ADC Bridge dub meeting with Mrs, Harold Schnee. Mrs, O. W. McCutchen having Toq p n and Country club. Mid-week prayer services, First Presbyterian church, being held at 7:30 o'clock at home of Mrs. T. J. Mahan. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Fletcher chapter, United J^aughters ol the Confederacy, meeting one o'clcok- will) Mrs. Holand Green for luncheon. Mrs. J. M. Williams entertaining Thursday afternoon club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Charles L. Wylle. Mrs. P. L. Husbands having Double Pour Bridge club. Mrs. C. W. Affllck entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. E, Keck. Mrs. Jess Homer having Thursday Dessert club. Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining MM-Week Bridge club. Altar society, Church of Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, Catholic Hall. Armorel Parent Teachers association meeting three o'clock at school. . FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. P. Holland entertaining Friday Bridge club. Miss Cordelia Wilhilc entertaining Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at church. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women, meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY -COfR.IW08HICA6IRVICt.INO. T, M. tt CO. V. S. PAT. OFF. By Sylvia Miss Wodhinglon To • Wed Hermon Carlton Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worlhlngton anncimce the engagement of thiir daughter, Thelmit, to Hermon Carlton, son of Mrs. Hermon Carlton Sr,, of ijike Village. , The wedding, which is to be nn Important spring event, will be solemnized Monday, March 4, at the First Presbyterian church bv the Rev. James A. Ovcrholscr. . Miss Worthington was graduated from the local high schcol and Southwestern at, Memphis where she was affiliated with Delta Delta Delta. She has been quite active in the sorority having served as treasurer of the suite alumnae organization for two years. An active- worker with the Girl Scout Council of the city, she has been connected with the Arkansas-Missouri Tower corporation for three years •Mr. Caruon Is n graduate o'f the Lake Village schools and Arkansas State A. and M, at Montlcello. Ho cumc here two and one half years ago to be asslsUmt cnshicr of the First National Bonk. "Anything you want, sugar—roadster, coupe—jusl pick it out an' it's yours." ,. Bachelors KIcct anil Plan for Installation. J. T. Eudbury was re-elected president of the Bachelors' club at a meeting at Die Hotel Noble when plans were made /or an installation banquet to be held next week. Barnes Crook was chosen vice president and I,. G. Thompson Jr.. secretary and treasurer of the organization for this year. The officers will be Installed at the banquet to be given Tuesday night at (he Hotel Noble for all the members and former members ol the group, M, P. Brownlec Jr.. James Edwards and Gene Bradley have been named members of the social committee for the banquet while Art Wilson, Jack Curry. John Hasp and George Cross Jr., are members of the house committee. • « * W. M, U. lias Meeting Thirty five mem^ui of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church attended the meeting of the group at the church yesterday afternoon. After the meeting was opened with repeating the watchword. Mrs. Theodore Logan gave a history ot the hymn for the year. "How Firm A Foundation." The devotional on the subject. "Watchman" based on the third chapter of Kxeklrl was given by Mrs. M. c. Oullnw. Mrs. Murray Smart played mcdi- tat Ion music after which reports were given. Mrs. W. j. Rodders presided. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Alvin Huffman and Mrs c E. Edds. " ' • » * r. E. 0. Meets ToiiisM j Chapter N of the p. E. O. sister-1 hooa will meet tonight al 1-30 i o'clock at the home ol Mrs. \v i) I McClurktn, it was announced today. Mrs. Harry W.-Jlalr-es is to be leader of the program. J Choose Delegates. ! Delegates to the districl meolingj to be held here Thursday, fob )5J at the First Methodist church were chosen by members of the Woman's Missionary Society of (lie First church at a meeting yesterday al- lenioon at the church. Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Charles U Wylie and Mrs. W. F. Brewr were the delegates chosen. Three delegates and the pastor of HID 31 charges In the Jonesboro district 'will attend the meeting for which Circles One and Two are to Ije hostesses. It was announced tlmt uiisgionp would also take part hi (lie World's Day of Prayer to be held Friday at the First Church of the N«/ti- rene. Mrs. Eallle Hubler gave the devotional. Twenty two member; attended. To He Hostesses For Hinjo Tarty Mrs. Karl Green and Miss Florine Jarboe will be hostesses for the bingo party to be given Thursday night nt eight o'clock nt the Catholic Hnll. The affair Is under the auspices of.the Altar Society of the Church of the Immicnlntc Conception. Has Program Meeting. "World's Need for Food" was the subject presented al I he meeting of the mission study group ol the Woman's Council of the First Christian church yesterday afternoon at Die home of Mrs. .» D. Smith. Mrs. Renkert Wetcnkamp vvns leader of the program and Mrs. George W. Darhimi was 'In charge of the devotional. The meeting >vas opened with a song followed a'ltli prayer by Mrs. J. c. Ellis. .Mrs. Barharn, whose subject was "To Serve Humanity" read the words of the hymn, "Where Cross the Crowded Ways of Life." Her scripture Uicmc was taken from Matthew and Galnlians and she clcsed the period with silent medi- .ation. Mrs. Wetcnkamp gave a number of quotations from the Madras inference and conducted a small conference on world needs nt the neeting with members representing various countries speaking on :'.half of that country. Mrs. Ben Harpole Jr., talked for chlnn; Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Indin; Mrs. E. M. Tcrrv, Japan-. Mrs. G. W. Rose, the iu- Justrial section of the world; and Mrs Russell Barnaul, rural recon- -.tvuctton. The leader then reviewed n discussion of uccint trends .vrittai by James A. Cram. The brief business session was presided over by Mrs. j. Cecil Lowe, who announced that the jroup would lake part in the World Oay of Prayer for which services are to be held at the First Chinch of the Nazarcne Friday. The hcsless served a dessert i !>lnte with coffee to (he twenty] ;rc.ser.t who Included two visitors. I .Mrs. S. L. Songor ,incl Mrs. O. J. OeWoody. of Little Reck. IIONSC- juest of Mrs. Russell Barbam. Lincoln's Birthday Will Be Observed Members of the Youth League will participate in a service coni- menionilimj Lincoln's birthday to be held in, Temple Israel Sunday allcinoon al Ihrcc o'clock. The program has been arranged by the National Federation of Temple Youth Leagues. Those toklng part will be: Jack Cooperman nnd Miss Selmn Cooponnun, of Caruth- crsvllle; Miss lather liarkovitz of Hnyli; Julius GJldcn. of this city; Miss Virginia Nitkol nnd Frances Jalle, of Osccoln. The sormon theme of Rabbi Herman Pollack will be "Abraham Lincoln: An Example of Democratic Leadership," tascd mi the Pulitzer prize play, "Abraham Lincoln in Illinois" by Robert Sherwood. The Tornli, or Scroll, will be read during Miss the service, Kveryone is welcome Habbl Pollack snid. to attend, Masons To Meet Wednesday Night Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 F and A. M., will msc |, m Kpe< .^i communication Wednesday night nt 7:30 o'clock for work In the Master's degree, It was announced today. OJficcrs :ilso slated that visiting Masons were Invited to attend. Cits of News Mostly Personal? wll a friend from jnckson, Tenn. W. W, Hawkins Is convalescing at his home, 1031 W, Main street, from an Illness which has confined him to his home for two weeks. Mr, nnd Mrs. George W. Patterson and daughter, Miss Mary Nell Patterson, will leave Thursday for nus- .wllviltc where Mr. Patterson will j solemnize Die wedding of Miss j Wllletc Eustlce and Mr. Mllar<i of Tulsa, Okla. The wedding will take place Saturday In the church which j was built while Mr. Patterson was j pastor there where he served for j12 years.- i Mrs. R. N. Hill is Improving after having been 111 of influenza J. P, Friend returned ycstcrdav' "' sevcra j da 5' s from Henderson, Texas, where he' , „',""? Mrs ' Geo '' gc p - Grct) wns called ten days ago to bo with! Mrs -. HoWBrd Gl '<* a "^ children tils father who lias been serlouslv i liavc returned frora Waukesha. 111 but who Is now better rlously Wls, where they visited relative.,. E. D. TOrguson hns been 111 ,*<'' Wh " e ftWBy ' Mr - Grcb attended Influenza at his home since l"' c conveutlon of ll >= National Can- dny. oaiur-, ,, crs . association In Chicago. Paul Circcnwcll Is resting well at Mllie slmon underwent an opev- the Blylhevllle hospllal lollowlnp l al!<m for appendicitis nt the Mean emergency operation for appcn- i '•™ orc Clln1c lri Memphis. He was dlcltls which was performed Sim- ! (lc '< - ' K "I )alllccl 'here by his parents, dny morning. ' j Mr. and Mrs. P. Simon, and two Dr. am! Mr.s. Floyd Webb have ! ''"" *"" I "" K '" "•--*-•••-- eturiiKl from Neiv Orleans, La,, where Dr. Webb took a month's post graduate work nt the Eye, Ear, j sisters, Miss Mable and Miss Louise Simon. Mrs. A. B. Colston uttd Mrs. W .,^, „„, C. Colston were In Memphis yes- N'ose and Throat hospital. ' . I today to see the motion picture Miss Gladys Wheeler Is confined i "Gone With the Wind " to her home nt 80!) Hewn street Mrs. W. R. "Bill" Buck, who ha; because of laryngitis. . . (been ill of Influenza 'for ten days Miss Anita Faye Beck and her I * nf > removed to the Blylhevlllc hos- brolher, nay Beck, arc in of In- I P illl! la s l night when her con- ---„ ----- , ...^, jj, wl ( l( _ flucnzn at their home, ins west Walnut street. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Davis Miss M«-fiiicrUe Silaa, Miss Mcdrith Hancock and Graham Wright were in Memphis Saturday for the "Gone With the Wind" Motion pic- lure and the opera "Rlgolelto" Mrs. Eddie Rcgcnolcl is rapidlv Improving from an Illness which has confined her to her home for several days. . ' . . . Mrs. B. c. Brandon of Paduciih Ky.. left Sunday nlglit after having spent (lie week end here with her sister, Mis. R. M. Beck, mid family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollnrcl ami Oscnr Bailey attended the Selznick production of "Gone With the Wind" in Memphis last night Mrs. Kathleen Oglesby Thomas tii:cl daughters, Beverly and Kay, spent the week end in Memphis \vlMl n.^J r,.; ____ j- • t«t, t«t,f, opera ", at Ihe Eills auditorium afiri notion picture "Gone- with res and friends, there, they attended the "Aida", nt the inotio the wind. 1 ' D. E. Ciieb has returned from Chicago where he attended the convention of the National Canners' association. Ralph Berryman and daughter, Mary Sue, and sons. Robert a'r.d Billy Snin. spent Saturday in Ca- ruthcrsville with relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim j. pickr-n were in Memphis Saturday night for "Gone With the Wind." - k . "Miss Virginia Martin.'''daughter' of Dr. nnd Mrs. S. p. Martin.'MISS Mary Ncile Patterson, Leonard Oldhani and Klwood Deen attended 'Gone Will] (lie phis Sunday. Wind" in Mcm- At The Hospitals Witlis Ilosiiitnl Mrs. Ben Darby, city, admitted. Burl Aniold. Coltonwood Point- admitted. W. H. Forbus. Cnruthersvllls admitted. diaries Story, city, dismissed. James M. Suggs, city, dismissed. Illylltcvillc Hospital L. M. Boyd. Gosncll. ad- Mrs, milted. Charles Lcivis, city, admitted. Mrs. J. T. Newman, city, admitted. Claude Whitworth. city, admitted. Mrs. liill uuck. city, admitted. Min-y Pauline Moore, cily dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. Joe Morgan, Wilson admitted. Memphis MrLcmorc Clinic Mike F. Simon, city, admitted. Head ccnrler News want nds. Miss Mable Brnckin ' Is resting very well at her home, 23tn W Margaret street, following her rc- novnl there from Dr. Grlmmctt's clinic. She was admitted to the clinic Sunday for treatment for' complications which followed influenza. Mrs. J. Morris Moon. Mrs. O R McMonlgle niid Mrs. Morris Johnson attended "Gone With the Wind" in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. C. G. Redman and daughter, LaVonne. spent Friday ni'lit and Saturday in Memphis They attended the opera, "Alda", nnd "Gone With the Wind." iUrs. ,|. E. Crook is ill of influenza, al her home. 1131 Walnut street. Mrs. John Miles Miller Ins gone to Chicago for the week. She went A Gentle Laxative ' Good For Children Most any child who takes this modern laxative mice will welcome it next timo sluggish bowels have him bilious, headachy, listless or upset. Syrup of Black-Draught's fine Jlii'- vor appeals to most children, ray simple directions. Its action Is usually gentle but thorough. Principal ingredient helps lone bowel muscles. Two sizes: 5Cc and '25c. Next lime, use Syrup of Blnck-Draught, Three patrons air sewed by the smallest telephone poinpany in the world. The company' op- rrate.s a line in Shasta countv Calif, Dr. J. A. Saliba Announces the removal of bis office from the Ingrain Building to, his fiome. 1M K Kentucky Phone 410 ESBCE S12SZE5 Sl'EXD YOUR GASOUNK nOLLAR WISELY SAVE •'d: <o lc 1'cr (Jalloti ON GASOLINK Valuable Coupons With f.irli I'nrclK^c {;A.SOI,INI:_M<>I OK OI1KKUOSKXI: \\liclesali- & ltfi-,ji TIlADi; \villl JOYNER OIL CO. independent DcAltr TANK CAR TO YOU! CAU Highway Cl, Xoru,, Blyli, cvi ||c U'c Deliver rhollc ARKANSAS & MISSOURI Farm & City ANS LOW' INTEREST RATES EASY PAYMENTS — LONG TERMS Fastest rlosinr; service of any mortgage loan company doing business in this state. FLORIDA BROS. & CO. Life Insurance Fire Insurance Investment Securilies Osceola, Ark. (Jitlon became serious. Mrs. Fred Warren nnd Mrs. O. C Oimske spent the week end h Memphis where they saw "Gone With Ihe Wind." Mr. Wnrren joinef them there Saturday night. Mrs. Russell Phillips and daughter. Betty Phillips, are ill of in- fluenna ;it their home, 801 Wcs Walnut street. Mrs. Ralph Berryman attendee the motion picture. "Gone Will: the Wind" in Memphis Saturday. W. B. McMullin, who was stricken seriously ill with a lieart atLick reccntly, is improving. Dr, w. M. Owen, Mr. and Mrs Fred Pleeman, Mis^ Marguerile Malthews and Mrs. R. M. Matthews were in' Memphis Sunday for the "Gone With the Wind" show now [.'laying there. Mrs. Maltha Lane, who hi\s bcun ill lor several days, is now im- uroving. Mayor ami Mrs. Marion Willinms and son. Billy, nttendeil the mntlor picture, "Gone With the Wind" in Memphis Saturday. Charles Crigger Jr. is recovering from influenza which has confine him to his home for a few days Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Fisk were in Memphi' Saturday for Ihe "Gone With the Wind" show now playing there. Among the Steele people here Sunday for the wedding of Mis: Dora Cappedge and Frank Huffman were Dr. Robert Taylor, Miss Vaile- Casey and Mr. and . Mrs. Micrii! films. : Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb anf son, Jesse, are attending to busines. in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Schrosder Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson Miss Cora Lee Coleman. Miss Willy; Davis and Miss Monclta Dradles spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr Schroericr and Miss Coleman attended a meeting of the extension agents for (he \fld-3outh Fair association, and later the entire pnrty saw "Gone With the Wind" at Loew's State. Miss Geraldine Powell lias re- KIT? Sign the New Register at the Ritz TUESDAY —PAL 1 admitted ,'or price of 1 'THE MAN WHO HOULDNTTALK' Whbt secret sealed his lips A *0lf» C«ntuiy.Foi P li Hlilliplirry Bogarl .lean Ilogcis Also Sclerlcd Shorts WED. & THUR. 1'aranniimt \c»s"&"'comci(y Y TUES.-WED.-THURS. DYNAMITE! A COLUMBIA PICTURE anil Mirjdieion Family At Tlic New York World's Fair 11:03 -ISTEX TO KI.CN p.m. —4:30 p.m. lui-ncd from Memphis where she «fls ui al the home of her sister Mrs. Claude Leslie. J. E. Patterson, who is with the u. b. Engineers, is sjiendlng (he week here wit), his family. He accompanied Mrs. Patterson and two children, Milton and Ruel, Homo from Memphis Saturday after thsy had gone down Friday afternoon to see ' Gone With the Wind." Miss Mary Ann parks, dsuijhter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks, Is Improving after having been 111 of a sinus Infection /or several days Carl Davis Jr., who is 111 of a streptococclc infection of the throat, Is bettor today Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Hostess lo,I!ridge C'Jub Mrs. Velmej- Campbell WHS the charming hostess to her Tuesday Brldgeteers club oi Cooler nt her home last week. The Valentine motif was carried out In the tallies The high score prize went to Mrs. Tom Hopper who also received the bridgco award; second high went to Mrs. Floyd Wngster who also received traveling honors. The hosless .served toasted ham and cheese sandwiches, pickles and hot chocolate. * * > Mrs. Jewell Hopper or Tyler underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Walls hospital in Bly- thevlllc Sunday night, after having been taken there a short time before. Her condition is fair. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer will go to Cape Oirardeaii tomorrow to visit their daughter, Mrs. Elwood Brown and family, lor two days I" Brazil. Ten.,., and Mr. Rus- JTUESDAY, FE13KUARY 6, 1940 Cloli.' 50 " of Mr - »»<> Mrs. well Green, underwent an apnen- dec omy at Ulc Wal]s »M* Blythevllle the latter part of the «'eek and Is Improving nicely ai«!"\f ".T 3 " 1 ' smal1 SOI > « Mr. and Mrs. n ell Burm w . oiCn hc , wec ' ke "" " om an h,f ? , WWC1) IV(1S caus ^ ^om anjnfected finger. He ls | mpro ,, n g R ' nDlurt W!>li retiirnBd home Club News Notes the Armcrel 4-H Club Monday morning. Mrs. c. G, Brothorton <liiccfcd the club In singing Alma Muter. R. w. Schroeder, assistant" county agent, and Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, talked of the orgaiikatlon or a 4-H club nnd the plans ror ihe coming year. The foil:wing officers were elected: Hay Harrison, president; James Walker, vice president; Charles Graham, secretary and treasurer; Junnita Pankcy, reporter and trances Adams and Martha Brotherton, song captains. -, lluff N. C. McClain left yesterdav for is home in Friendship, Tenn', af- !r spending the past few months i Cooler where he was employed Mrs. Halph Rushing, Mrs. Dcwart Smith and Miss Taylor spent Friday in Memphis where they B aw 'Gone With the Wind." Mrs. F. E. Waters, who was seriously 111 over the weekend, is considerably improved at this time She is In the Walls Hospital nt Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. cleo Tucker and [laughter, Mary Suo of Tyler spent Sunday in Cooler with Mr and "Urs. j. A. Ashcraft. W. C. Reid of Stkeston spent ast weekend here with his wife at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Halph Rushing. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hughes spent last weekend in Jackson, Mo., with Mrs. Hughes' parents. Mrs. Odis Barger and children ipent Sunday at Dento;i with her parent;;, Mr. nnd Mrs. Newt Dentoii. Albert Vaughn and Joe Russell ;peut last weekend in Tennessee vhe're Mr. Vaughn visited his par- , Ol 1Ile IIU)I -H Club were pressnl at the I F riday mmiln B. w'*n Hughes presided. The group n»! ur,'!' Sl " Bill 8 " D '-''>k to Me Only \v,th Thine Eyes" by Joan Iniikcreley, song captain. rue folloH'ing captains were e ectcd: Calvin Rus-sell, cotton captain with a club of 14 members; with <, CaSSUiy ' 1>lg rilll) ca P' a » a Rn" em!jDrs: PeiJS - v H " tlnc « and Bobby Cassidy, poulti-j- club raptwiB. wfth 1) members. in each onnnnL 0 '," 11 activilics . Program and R w for 1940 were discussed by VonT ? chrccder . assistant county 1mm 'H "' J C ° rn l£E Ca "- fil( "t Inr f tr ; 10 ' 1Sll ' alion a S"»t- Sponsors of the club are Miss Vlemn Lonm and W. M . Crowe. 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