PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CICOJ Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS O. M. T, club meeting with Miss Ldn Jo Hargett. Elliott Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting; one o'clcok «Ith Mrs Roland Green • for • luncheon. Mrs. J. M. Williams entertaining Thursday afternoon club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Charles L. Wylic. Mrs. P. L. Husbands having Double Four Bridge club. Mrs. C. W, Attlick entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Jess Horner having Thursday Dessert club. Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining Mid-Weck Bridge club Altar society, Church of Im- ma'culate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, Catholic Hall. Armbrel Parent Teachers association rftettag 2:30 o'clock fit school. '' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Airs. j. P. Holland entertaining Friday Bridge club. Miss Cordelia Wllhtte entertaining Dorcas Sunday scliooi 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. Episcopal Group\Mcets. Members: of' the '/.Woman's Auxiliary of the St. Stephens' Episcopal .church -'met Monday.' afternoon nt the home of Mrs. J. D. McDowell for a business session. Miss Elise Moore gave • the devotional. Tlie hostess served refreshments during the social hour which followed. »' * 9 Flail to' r.irlicipafe In World-Day of Prayer. Flans to participate in the World Day of Frajer to be held at the First Church of the Nazarene Friday, oitemboh-were discussed Monday afternoon at n meeting of the Woman's' Division of Christian Snr- vice^of the Lake Street Methodist church. The group recently changed its name -from Woman's Missionary Society to , Woman's Division of Christian ' Service. Mrs George Disinger gs\e the devotional ''on- "Love" ; and Faith" after. :wijich-the 13 members present ^rti dismissed \\ilh piajer by Mrs W,»I. Green. * * * Training Unions : Work . > Out Efficiency Program.' Details of aiv intensive efficiency projram for tHe next 'two months were:worked out at.the meeting of the Training Unions of the First Baptist church which met for the •regular, monthly .Council Monday iiigul at the church Sixty eight lea'ders were present. After, a brief devotional by the pastor, .'the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, the program for the month was -out- lined'i'by .director Fred Carlock. r I ays Cards With Club Mrs. • '.Eugene; Dickinson played FLAPPER FANNY -COPJl.WODrKtA6tliVICC.INC. T.M.KC.U. S. PAT.OfF.- By Sylvia Taylor received high and Mrs. Lloyd Slfckmon, second high score prize. * * * Cotillion Club To Honor N'ew Members Tlie Valentine dance to be given Saturday night, Feb. 17, by the Cotillion club will honor two Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Golda Reed has just returned from a .vacation spent in Miami, Fla. She joined iier brother anil his wife and: a party of friends from Little Rock for the trip to Miami weeks. where they spent three Mrs. Hcrmnn VValpole is recover- couplcs who recently became mem- Ing from influenza which lias con- acre of the group, Mr. and Mrs! fined her to her homo for several James Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. days. Freeman noblnson. I Judge and Mrs. a. E, Keck have It was announced following a ' been confined to their home since meeting of the dunce committee Saturduy became of influenza. last night that the affair will bcgln at ten o'clock rather than . Mrs. Willis Ford is ill of In- 9:30 o'clock as have dances. The American Legion Hut will be the scene of the dance, flnen/.i at her home at 518 West previous Main street. Mrs. T. J. Burke went to Memphis today to meet her mother! but the orchestra playing Jor the Mrs. Elizabeth Collier, and her twc airalr will not be Announced'until brothers, Charles Collier and Cliainbliss Collier, nil of Shnw, Miss. . the latter part of Die week. I Mr. and Mrs..Charles Crigger Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tcm Phillips, Mr. and - - . I Mrs. Eddie Rcgcnold, Mr. nnd Mrs. spend a month here while They will return here In brothers' plane. Her mother j Bernard Allen nnd Mr. and Mrs. brothers William Lawshe are In charge of arrangements. Cluli Has Guests When Mrs. Carleton Smith Jr., entertained members of the Tuesday Afternoon club with u party nt her home, she also had as her Biiesls Mrs. Sheldon Hall, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., nnd Mrs. Ber- her will her continue to Dallas, "So you were just going to feed the dog . . . well, leave the mustard oil his sandwich. You know.it gives you indigos. ( ifMt " lion." Choose Delegates Mrs. O. W. McCutchen" and Mrs. Phillip Baldwin, of Little Rock, members went to Mrs. Chester Na- 'aers and among the guests to Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. Charles Alford received traveling prize. • • a Study South America "Social InsUlulliins of South America" was (ho subject studied , held in Rnssellvillc March 7. by. members of Chapter N of IHe I They were chosen nt a meeting nard Allen. High score prize In the games went to Mrs. Hall and second high prize to Mrs. T. K. Mahan. The tallies and other decorations emphasized St. Valentine's Day. A dessert ccurse was served. Broadway Plays To Be Discussed Tomorrow Night Two Broadway plays, "No Time were chosen delegates from the For Comedy" nnd "The Little Col. Jchn Martin chapter of the Foxes," will be discussed by Mrs daughters of the American Col- Charles Movehead tomorrow night onlsls to thc Stale Assembly to be "• •• -- ; at the thc city hall. Mrs. Morehcacl at sal 1 , both nla'vs ' P. E, O. sisterhood who met Ins(,icf Ihc chapter yesterday at the j while in 'New York trie 'past sum- night nt the home of Mrs. W. D. Hotel Noble when Mrs. McCulchcn j me r. Kathcrlnc CoVncll and Pr'ari- " ncl Mrs-John Thomas Scanlon. cis • Trover were starred in the were hostesses. Although Mrs.|n.,. s t show, and fallulah Bnnkhcad Baldwin Is from Littfc Rock, she ; | tl •• - —• Mrs. Farmer England, leader of the program, presented the material. A dessert course was served during the social hour to (he ten members present! * • » All Club Members Attend Bridge 1'arly All the members of the City Contract club were present for the party ..givitii yesterday afternoon at the home... of .Mrs. Roscoc Crafton. £• Vnldritliic tallies were used 'for ;.lhe bn'flje games in which Mrs. L. L. Hiibciier received high score and Mrs.. L. G. Nash, second high score prizes. The hostess served refreshments. • * * Has Club Parly. . Members of (ho Double G club and five guesls at n Valentine were party entertained given last cards with members of the Tuesday Contract club yesterday afternoon, when' they were entertained at the home of'Mrs. V. O. Miller. Refreshments were served nt the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. 'A. G.- Hall was high scorer and. Mrs. J.'C. Ellis, • second high,- Entertains Club A-; bouquet of mixed flowers for n dining room ccnicrpiccc provided a touch of spring for thc party given yesterday 'afternoon by Mrs. Harry Kirby for her Tuesday Bridge clu'o. In addition to the members, Mrs. Kirby had for her guests, Mrs. Henry Humphrey, Mrs. Ross D. .Hughes nnd,'Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. In,Hhe.'': bridge games which followed -luftch, Jilts'.' M. A. Isaacs was high, arid:;Mrs,' J. .Nick Thomas, second high scorer. Is Hostess to Club ; : -'i Mrs. Raymond Schmuck was hostess lo members of Iho Tlmrs- .'day'BridgeVflub and three gnnsls. Mrs.'i p.; E.:; Johnson, Mrs. T. J. I Barnes ?.h'd Mfs. Ralph Brrryman.! for a' party at her homo last nijlU.j Tallies nnd the. dessert cour.se of ; cherry pic which was r,crvr;i w^rc ' in keeping with the .George Wash-! ington. scheme carried oiil in Die party. i High score prize among Ihc club ' night by Miss Mildred Moore nt her home. Mrs. Jnmes Hunt of Manila, Mrs. Charles Morehead, Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, Mrs.. Toby Long and Miss Virginia Little played cards wllh Ihe group. Comic Valenlines were used for tallies nnd lablc decorallons were also in the "heart" motif. A dessert course was served with collee. Miss ' Moore was high has her membership In (he chapter. Mrs. E. M. McCall Scanlon were named (he Assembly. , and ... the Lilliam Hellman drama; iccai j During the business sessiqj I plans for the sludio theater will Mrs -' be continued, W. K. Francis, president, stated today when lie issuba „ _,, , . 1 (in invitation for anyone interest- B Clark, as regent, e(l to nUcm , T , mectlllg wU , be over he meeting which nt 7:30 o'clock. was opened with the repeating of the pledge of allegiance to the United States flag, i • i Washington U. Strives Lispihg;Co-Eds • \ \: .". i.r • , Gives Kook Itcvlcw Mrs. O.- W. Dillnlnmly gave review of the book, "The Hansom! ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UP)—There will rtoad" by Owen Brlstow at lhe be no lisping co-cds or stammer- meeting of the Delphian Pine Arts Ing male students at Wnshin°tou ' Tex. Julius Fiuley went to Memphis Monday to see "Gone With the Wind." Mrs. K. H. Ford, who has a cast on her Iracturcd hip, has been re- ndmilU-d lo the Memphis Baptist hospital. She will probably be there for n week, Miss Fay nancy, both of Dell by Bder A. B. McMinn; Marlon Mc- Clrmohan and Miss Ruth Barter, both of niytheville, by Magistrate Cassldy. ^WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1940 Married For 64 Years, Lcachvillo Couple Look Ahead Half a century may seem like a long time to most people, but not to Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Thurmond who have started on their 05th year of wedded life together. They are looking forward to their diamond wedding anniversary which will be celebrated at thc end of 75 years. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond, who live at Lcachvitle, look back to the year 1675 when Mary Elizabeth Sli'cle was forced to run away with the neighbor boy because her father wouldn't give his consent to their marriage as they were both too young. Now Hint they arc a "little" older, 83 years for both of them to be exact, they evidently feel the same as they felt then after having recently observed their G'Uh wedding anniversary. Although Having retired from ac- (ive farm interests, Mr. Thurmond siill remains active enough to perform on his violin, which he be| lieves is a genuine Joseph Gar- diniere made in 1736. For 73 years, he has been playing on that violin and feels that this is not the time to quit. Student Pilot Ridings Writes On Air Training rJ W | i!18 ,f ' or Joe college", an arll- Ant,,l° a >g "''"' Clv " Aeronautics Authority activities at the Univcr- Ai, ° Jn , Arkallsa s and written by h n, ? ss of thls clty ' »«*"«" „ "l e •'"''MO' issue of thc rtrkan- of n^T'f ''• < 5 uartcrl i' DiiWIcatlon C ?" Ci!e Ol EngineeriiiB. ed " Aco .. by )lis c]assumi vjas thc firsl Unlve n. i l(U " Cnl '° C01 »l"«« I'* flight. He is a senior in l 1 Bn 8 |nc « J '* *«*«Wne the local high school i n 133%. He s thc son of Mr. and Mrs E K Klulngs, 115 non»an " Don Edwards is able to be nul',. Hc h . a , s won flrst P" zes in olcl alter having been ill of influenza tlmc '. 1<wler s contests in Tenncs- ' . £ce ' Missouri, Kentucky and Arkan- fcr two weeks ford Young, Mrs. Damon McLeofl anil Miss Rila Bombolaski went lo, Memphis yesterday to see "Gon.2| With the Wind." hns- .-- ation. of thc nine children which covers the cosTof7hb° \ne°- exanilnalion and Insurance, dps pay tiie instructors. -- of the colleges even give iegtilar credit to the students who successfully complete the course However, at this school the optional ',m. i Was "° l chnrecd by „ ,. "," lv ! !1 ' su > 1 - n 'stcatl, there was a medical fee of six dollars and an mcc fee of fourteen dollars, will to returned to thc stu- wlicn they successfully com- the course." Of (lie; class of no in the air school axtcen had soloed at the '" e ' h ? «'«*> was written. Maui ce Ash, nicknamed "Crash", is »ie only girl student. She was inoiig the early qualifiers. Edward C. Horton and Ned Williams, formerly with the niii-is ^ M S5,» a * OB '«."-. *^ w. were born to them are living They "Mr. and STkiarvta Nun,, h ? ve|- n ^/ M ™" of Leach SITi"! ffi -°^J£ ''iS*«£ VE- R^n, ^ '''f visit with Mrs. John W .cocke Jr., and fan,- &&" , and ily. They will return tomorrow chiton-,, accompanied by another daughter, Mr '!-),,,,.„„, Miss Virginia Nunn, \vho has been vlsUin, in for the : knian, both of ten great d, n native after having been ill of influenza. Mrs. J. Mell Brooks, Mrs. S. Forsythe and Mrs. Charles Alford saw "Gone With the Wind" in Memphis yesterday. They wont clown with Mr. nd 'Mrs. Guy Kob- blus, of Oscedln. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert. Potter spent the weekend in Memphis where (hey saw "Gone. With the Win'i." 7. hey are now con'fined (o their home, 1122 West Ash street, because of influenza. Mrs. C. H. Wheeler has recovered from influenza which coniln- ert her io her home -for several days. war, nave lived in numerous point.? of tiic two states and .Missouri and Arkansas. They moved to the Cnrmi community near Leachville 12 years ago and three years later where they hi Both Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond are in excellent health and remain quite happy, they assured their latest interviewer. Jonesboro Star's Marriage Announced grcup yesterday morning at thc Hotel Noble. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen presided over the meeting in the absence of (he president. Roll call was answered with current events'. Arc. New Members Mrs. R. J. Peterson and Mrs. Edith Permcntcr bectvmc members of the Woman's Missionary society of the Second Baptist church Monday afternoon when the group met at thc home cf Mrs. Dnmon McLeod for thc monthly social. After n brief devotional led by Mrs. Tommie Dogun, tile 11 mem- Unlvcrsity here if the faculty can do anything about it hereafter. Under regulations put into 2f- fccl at the start of thc current semester, each of the 600 fresiv.n Will receive an oral examination nt thc Central Institute for the Deaf, 'Which conducts a specci clinic nnd Is affiliated with tlu university. Students found to be affli:t~- v,'lth lisping, stuttering, faulty enunciation or other speech de- IMlni 'LMIIUILU IVlUUrU WHS lllg.l i, i scorer and Miss Mary Spain Us-i tc « P r rsent were entertained with rcy, second high, among the club members. Thc Mrs. Scanlon. • • Postpone Mcclitig The which Thursday Contract club was scheduled to meet to- tnorrow has been postponed. The group will meet Thursday of next week with Sirs: P. B. Joyuer. itaughlcr Horn A daughter wn.s born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Jr.. of Memphis. Monday morning at the Methodist iiospll.il. The baby, who weighed seven pounds, has not yet been named. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Sr.. of this city, returned Salurtlny afler having spent n week there with them. Try One of Our Delicious PI6 SANDWICHES lie Hickory inn lRh School contests nnd games. They carried n basket of fruit to Miss Jenn Norman, daughter of Mrs. Will Norman, who is 1)1. The hoslcss, assisted by Mrs Jchnnic Hocntt and Mrs. Roxic ailiiam. served refreshment,';. Arc Guests of Club Mrs. Rodney L. Banister and Mrs. Carroll Blakemore were guests of Mrs. Dixie Crawford yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday club with party nl her home. A snlnd plate was fects be assigned to corrective work at thc Institute. Card Players Ignore Fire BOSTON (UP)—Fire was raginj on the floor above them, but three card players refused to leave tlieii game. Firemen couldn't mnke them move, so they called thc i»- licc, who nrrcsled the three mc-i. un drunkenness charges. Rend Courier News \\ant ads Huy Your AMERICAN KXPKKSK MONKY OUDEHS at HOUINSON'S Sl<rc GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. Phone. 76. -. ' for your everyday LETTKKS BEAUTIFULLY MONOGRAMED STATIONERY VKBRUAKV IOT Sheets 100 Knvclopcs r 5 licauliful RVTKX tit Mr I:<!RC Vtllinn prinlcrt ^la- linncry featured as :\ Krliru- ary Special ... 100 sluc-H of note paper with cilh"r your name or initials arlis- lically printed, and 100 envelopes tor cnly 51.25. GUARD'S JKWKLIIY & OPTICAI. 'STORK JONESBCmo, Ark., Feb. 7.—Announcement s was made; yeslerdas :'i[iof"'llie/marriage-in June, aDJ7. ot Howard Barringer, a member o! the 1010 Jonesboro high scrno' ftiarriage'<Li'cetises •Names of couples to whom marriage licenses have been issued! senior class, and Miss Betty Mc- during the past two weeks from! Kei-isic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs ine local office of the county court! p. K. McKenzie of Pawnee, clerk .and (hp minister or officer 1 performing (he ceremony, if listed, are'as follows: William Thomas Harper nnd Miss i is playing at the center position Birdie Mitchell, both of Manila, by for the present Hurricane quintei Magistrate T. L. Cassidy; DelbcrtJHe as one time attended school in George nnd Miss Bertie Madge: Pawnee. WIdcmon, both of Manila, by Magistrate Cassidy; Tom Jolliff nud Barringer is nn outstanding high school athlete, starring in both basketball and football. He Englishmen spent approximately Miss Ehtel Cook, both of Manila;! $75,000,000 annually on flowers, K. L. While and Miss Opa! Rose, ; mostly home-grow n. both of Ulytheville; Label De la! Rosa and Miss Mary Sasa, both of Simple Ringworm Itch Jane Brooks, both of Blythevilli:, hess of simple ringworm, use Black by Magistrate Cassidy; William and White Ointment, the soothing, Mnsters ami Miss Violet Hayes, cooling antiseptic dressing that both of Jac^so,,, Mo by M, g is ; tol» W Jh 0 ro.pons.blc fun f i upon Irate Cassidy; Joe Champion nnd Blaok an(I white skin Soap Beats all other cars in money-saving SlUDEBMER CHAMPION At The Hospitals Blyllieviuc Hospital Murray McHaffcy, city, admitted. Walls Hospital Menvia Hughes, Armorel, <dix- iiHsseci. muted 5 ' Ja " 1CS ' P: ' omlse<i Lalld ' ad ' mltf°d 1 Kil ' ksey ' Cnru "iorsville, nd. Alton Bight, stecle, admilled Born to Mr. and Mrs. BCJI Darby yesterday, a daughter weighing seven pounds ana fourteen ounce! «' W ' tworthl M *> dismissed, Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs: EH. Ford, city, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Everetlc Reeves,. Caruthers- K " , instructor ,.!IU +V, ~ "•>"-> "" U13UUC101 Mill the Fort smith Flying Serv- ce supervise the flight ( ra i ning >f the young civilian filers. I'ouy Covers Paper Iloiile NORTH READING, Ma«s (UP* -Robert Washburn funds' ~j ts )ots of fun to deliver papers before he jots to school. His father bought him a pony so he .wouldn't have to cover iiis route on foot I kVakc Lazy Insides All-Vegetable. Way Here's a laxative (hat gcnerallv acts thoroughly but is n 'ftid'c persuader If used by simple dlrec- lions. Take BLACK-DRAUGHT at bedtime. There's usually time fur a gcod night's rest. Morning'Gen- erally brings a thorough evacuation; relief fur constipation's headaches, loginess. Try spicy, aromatic, all-vegclable BLACK- DUAUGHT. it ig economical,' too':' 25 to 40 doses, 25c. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service The moon travels over our heads at a rate of approximately 2300 miles an how. 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