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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER.NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS American !Asspciat!on of University IVflmen, meeting 12:30 o'clock Kt Hole) Noble. Houseguesl Complimented Mrs. J. L. Blnford of Brownsville, Tenn:, liousegiiest of Mr. ami Mrs. E. M. Terry and Mrs. Edwin Robinson, rcturr.cd to her homo today nfter having been entertained at a number of affairs during her visit, here. Mrs. J. C. pills entertained lc» guests with a dinner party at the Hotel Noble yesterday In her honor. Sharing honors wl|h Mrs. Blnford was Mrs. O...J. De'Woody of Little Rock,. housegucst of Mr, and Mrs. Russell Barham. A. spring bouquet of yellow jonquils, red tulips and white nurcis- suses formed <llic centerpiece of the table at which Hit- three course lunch was served. The George Washington motif was carried out in the menu. .' Rook games followed lunch. Mrs. Earham received high score prize. Trie guests were presented,gifts, <uui Mrs. Terry, whose MrUiday was yesterday, was presented flowers. •.Mrs; Robinson, Blsler of Mrs. Blntord, entertained a small group of intimate friends with a luncheon Wednesday also nt Hie Hotel. She used a mixed boucniel for her centerpiece. Mrs. Blnford hns also been complimented nt several family dinners given In the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Rcnkcrt Wetcnkainp, Mr. and Mrs. Preemnn Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. James Terry. * « « ' U. I). C. Entertained At Valentine Luncheon A large lace paper Valentine on the mantel ot the home of Mrs. Roland Green from which red hearts were suspended from a bow of reel satin ribbon set the theme for the Valentine luncheon given yesterday .for'members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. -Mrs..Green, Mrs. John Smotherman, Mrs. L. E, Cooper of stcclo, arid • Mrs. Jamss B. Clark were hostesses for Ihe affair. Eighteen members'including four out of town guests. Mrs. E. R. Bosan. Mrs! T. F.' Hudson, Mrs. Sue Brown of liUxorn, and Mrs. Cooper, of Stecte. In one "comer of the Valentine there was a nosegay of American Beauty roses. Heart shaped cards marked the guests' places for the luncheon. . .. ••.Mrs. R^lph , Berryman and Mrs! li:> E. Hcffarty, of Steele, are new members of Ihe'chapter. '•-.. ;.Mrs. Clark was leader of liiir program on "New Orleans" which was one ju a series of studies of . Southern cities. Mrs. VI. T. Otimt, Who presided over business and led ill the plsdgc to the United States-flag and sal»t,e to the Confederate flag, gnve the history of Louisiana as a state. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson gave a paper on "Old Creole pays." . During the business session, it was decided to place a bronze piale on the Elliott Fletcher chapter shelf of Southern History In the local library. Lcral Boy Earns Scholastic Honors Gerald Carter, who is a second yc.ir student at the University of .Arkansas nt Fayetlcvllle, hns made the semesler honor roll at the school. He received the only A the instructor of lettering has ever given and also received the only A made in the -mechanical drawing class. The son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Carter, lie is majoring in architectural engineering. • * * IJas Valentine Tarty A Valentine scheme v;as carrier: out in the party given yesterday afternoon'by .\frs. j. M. WillhimV at her home for (lie Thursday Afternoon club. Besides the members, she had as her guests, Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. P. L. Engler. Mrs. T. \V. JcfTriEs. and Mrs. Ncy Hunt. A salad plate was served nt Hie conclusion of Ihe games in \vl:i:l- Mrs. Louis Applcbautn received I'lub prize and Mrs. Hum wicst FLAPPER FANNY By Sy|vl , "I cnn'l remember wliicli crenm Fan told me to get—bettor jusl gimme some kind lliat doesn't do anytliiiig." the brige games in which Mrs. VVilliam Young received high score prize nmcng the club members mill Mrs. II. p. Kclsey Jr., among the guests. * * • All Club Members Attend Bridge Party All members of 'the Mid-Week Bridge club attended the parly given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. M. O. Usrey at-her home. A Valentine lloral ornament marie the center decoration of the dining (able at which (he guests were served. Mrs. Harry w. .Halnes was awarded high score prize In the bridge games which followed luncheon. 0 i » Hnnorcil \Villi 1'arly Mr. nnd Mrs. O, O. Stircs Jr., were guesis of honor at a parly Slvcn last night nl the home of \tr. and Mrs. Charles Cobb Jr., by members of the ..First Church cf the Nnznrcne. 'V t Mrs. Slires was before her recent marriage, Miss Lucille Tyrone. The affair was .planned for the ::oii8rcsalion by the Naznrenc Young People's society. Principal Sifts, were the sets of silver nnct kitchen ware in reel and white. In the game which was played, (lie bride received Ihe gift. A dessert course was served the 30 present. * * a Arc Hostesses To Club Mrs. E. L. Husbands and Mrs. W. S. Lnngiion were hostesses nt n party for the Double Fair lii-idgc rtnb yesterday afternoon at the Husbands home. Besides the members, Mrs. Charles Swain, Mrs. T.' J. Barnes, Mrs. c. E. Wilson and Mrs. F. G. Reichel were guests. Mrs, Ivy W. Crawford was high and Mrs. Ted King, second high jcorer among the members while Mrs. Swain was high scorer among Ihc fe'uesl-v A dessert course of marshmnllow delight and cookies was served with ccffce. Don oust nil ion Club News Notes liriilgc t;iuh Mcr.li. The red suici white color s-Uctip indicative of St. Valentine's Day was carried out in (he party given yesterday by Mrs. Jess Hor'ner for members of the Thursday Dwrt chib. Tlie holiday mnlif \\-=s cnvjha- *iz2d in the (teserl coursr. of Individual iced cakes anti ice cream ' Gift packages and table decorations were in red and white. High score prize went to Mrs Eugene. Dickinson and low score prize to Mrs. B. P, Brwjdon Jr~ ' Son Bom A fon was, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hooc!, of Memphis. Friday, Jan 25 The baby who weighed seven pcunds and two ounces hss" been named Charles Robin Hood.'.The Hoods formerly resided here. »,!•> Club l',irlj Mrs. Harold Schnec had a parly at her home Wednesday afternoon for members of the ADC Bridge club snd sis guests. Playing with the club were Mrs Hugh Whllsitl, Mrs.. Don Smith, Mrs. jolin Ed James, Mrs. H. P Kelsey Jr.. Mrs. S. G. Shelton and Mrs. W. H. Cate orsteele. , Valentine tallies were used for Armnrfl A meeting of the Armor?) Home Hcmonstnuicn Club was held Tues- flay ttlien 20 members were present. Mrs. \V. L. Smith, president •)f I In- club. presided over Hie nceting. 'Ilic sonu oi l)>n inonlh. "Swance Diver", was diseased by Mrs. \V, O. Anderson and Iheii •m>s by the club, being . led by Mrs. f). K. Gamer. After the Home Ocmonslration Club Creed was said n unison. Mrs. Wallace Slum- gavr he devotioiml. Ench member answered roll call willi :i hoiuseholt) hint or seme easier way of doina things.. A discussion on "Bonnets (or oprlng" was liimi by tile clothinc ;halim.n). and ||i e home nuinatje- snent chairman cove n riisciis-Mon '.n quilt inakhiE. Mrs. Vincent cave r> demonstration on cutting noill jwltcins. The business .session was closed by Ihe readinu of (he collect bv ll.e entire club, led by Mrs U R G;) filer. ' -„ the s-.cial hour. Mis I or- nii Mctrgcr directed B n mC s and ic- frcslji,ur.ts were served. t f.ch mem- I.cr 1 -»i-tiig tjioiiBht a coveied dish Tlic :u-0 meeting will lie hdd nt tiic lic.me of Hie picrfiteiK Mrs •sniith, fc'o. l:t. when the club will have a covered t n sh luncheon. Ceurier News want ads. Miss Dorothy DuBard To Wed Dr. E. L Taylor STEELB, Feb. n.—Miss Dorothy Moody DiiBard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Gage DiiBnrd, of Memphis, \vill' become the bride of Dr. Edward Lee Taylor at Galloway Memorial Methodist 'church, Memphis, tomorrow night nt 8 o'clock. Light from tail cathedral candles will Illuminate a setting of Easter lilies and Woodwarriia. Miss DuBard will wear a wedding gown of purity white satin made on empire lines with n Queen Anne collar of Alencon lace, long ralla Illy sleeves and n train with medallions of Alencon lace. A face veil of illusion will fall from a halo of orange blossoms and seed pcnrls. Her cascading boufl.uet will be of white orchld.s and lilies of the .valley. , ..•-.!-' I Miss Ava Louise DuBarri, :*df Memphis, will attend her sister as innlu of honor. She will wear love blue taffeta with short puffed sleeves and a hoop skirt. She will carry n bouquet of pink rosebuds and blue cor nilowere. Mrs. C. H. wise, of Memphis, who will be her cousin's matron id honor, will wear peacock blue taffeta designed along Ihc'same lines. The bridesmaids. Miss Mary Frances Boi-chclt of Cupo Glrarclcau, Mo., cousin of the bridegroom; Miw Lillian Glsli and Miss Imogcne Scott, both of Memphis, will wear models Identical with Iliat of the matron of honor. Betty Nickle, of Memphis, wiisin of the bride, will be flower girl. Her dress will be blue taffeta modeled after that of the maid of honor. She will carry a colonial bouquet. Br. Wilbur L Davis of Charleston, Mo., will attend Dr. Taylo;- as best ninii. Groomsmen will IIP Robert H. : Taylor, cousin of the brldejronm, and Fowler B. Nlckle. cousin ,of Ihe bride, both of Memphis, and S. Wade Hollenbert; and Frank J.' Huffman. Preceding (he ceremony, musical! selections will be given by a Irlo! composed of Miss Ann Gordon, pianist. Miss Elizabeth Gordon, violinist, and Miss Jean Gordon, cellist, all of Memphis. | After Ihe wedding, a reception will be given nt tlie. bride's home. White candlc.s will flank the Mercd wedding cake. Mirroundcd by pink rosebuds and fern which will be lu Ihc center or the table. The cake will be served from a rake slimcl belonging In Miss 13n- Bard's great srandnioUicr which wus on her reception table ut her! wedding, 'flic silver lo be use;! was melted from .silver dollars l>y Mlw DuBard's qrenl great grairl- talhcr and un-d during Ihe Civil War iinrt ever since 1 uy her family. The brirtc and bridegroom will j Iruve on a molor trip lo Miami following the 1 reception. The couple «ill make their home here. Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mrs. Carles A. If.lndnjan |s re - coverlpg from. Influenza which has confined her to her home for seven 1 duys. Vast Kstcs, of Cape Glrardcau fitojipcd here Wednesday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Langdon lie was en route lo Memphis W. K. Frntjcls and John' Ben liomar have relumed from Tusca loosa. Ala., where Mr. Bomar was called because of (he death of his (jrnmtmothcr. I. B. Chllwoocl Is critically 111 nt his home on the north Highway 61 Maurice Relchel, a. cliidenl nt the University of Alabama aVTus- calcosa, stopped here yesterday for n visit with Ills parents, Mr. ond Airs, p. G. Kelchel, (jncl family He was en roule to Chicago where he will attend a meeting of the officers of the Gamma Delta, a national organization'of Lutheran Students. He Is national president of Gamma Delta. J. Cecil Lowe is 111 at his home, 317 Nvrlh Sixth'street. L. L, Ward was removed from his liome to the Memphis Methodist hospital last night after hnv'fng been stricken critically ill. ire Is resting fairly well today. • Mrs. Petty Crawford mid daughter, Mary Ellen, are. ill of Influenza at their home on Division street. Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. koir and Green, Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs, Hugh Harbert and Mrs. Charles I/. Wylle nre spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Clark will attend to the business of placing and caring for two crippled'children who'live In Blytlieville. ' ,. Dan Atkins is able to be out after having been ill of Influenza for two weeks nt the home of hlf grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Harnish. ' Mrs. Gullirie King, formerly of. here and now of Memphis, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Hill Jr. Miss Elizabeth Plcasants of Mini ter City, Miss., is spending n 'few days here as the guest of Miss Mary Spain Usrey and her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Bill Morse is able to be out after having been ill of influenza. His mother, Mrs. uyron Mo.rsei Is con? valcschig at her home from a sni- .us Infection. • - s '- Palsy.Hearn'-jfi 111 from influenz^ at her home, 100 poiieiirraveuiiei ,»,Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft spciip the weekend in Hot Springs. ', Mr. and Mrs, j. Cecil Lowe and son, Jimmy, spent yesterday in' Memphis where they saw "Gone' ic \yfnd." Mr. Lowe attended- to business there. Hotel Noble Monday night. Factory representatives H. O'Connor of the Chrysler Corpo ration, Tom Sclastlaii or the serv Ice department, and J. W. Disinge, of. the De Solo 'division, spoke to , the. group before motion pictures construction . of the designs were shown. A banquet followed Die picture. Representatives from Kennett. Ca- ruthersvlHe. LcachvlUe. Hayti. Bly- llievllle and Osceola were 'present. The child born on the Mayflower (luring its epic voyage to America was named Pcrngrlne White. New Suit Stripes Stop at Wqist Going the zebras one belter and outdoing cliaiu gang haberdashers, Ralph Carver o f Hollywood produces unique stripe suit material .for men and stripes come this far down on suit tlieii stop— FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,: 1940 Baptist Workers In Meeting Here Today 'Tiisliitie tlie Lines Out" is (lie theme of Hie Workers' Council and Mission board meeting of Mississippi c-.unty Baptist'churches be- MIS held here loilny at the First Brtptlst church. The Rev. j. 'f. « e nfro, of the New Liberty church, preached the Eciinon nt tlie morning session which was opened at ten o'clock with a devotional by L. G, Scoll I 1C Rev. Guy McGliee, of Armorcl. Bright Red— For Spj'ing >,< w Sui «tay school work ami W. O. Wallace talked en "Tlie Pastor and Missions" before the sermon at 11:30 o'clock I _Uinch was served by'the women ' ,or the First church at 12 o'clock 1 Gnrrctt; Abbott Bn vc the devo- j cfoiml for the afternoon session at ' »:'» p. in. There will be a mission bofird meeting at l;30 o'clock to be ' followed at-2:15 p. m . by Ji T U reports-lot'be made by Ihe Rev Boyc! EUlrcdgc of - Ihe Second church. ..Adjournment- will follow ' the missionaries' report, nt 2-30 o'elrck, • '• - , Sleele-Cootcr Society—Personal Ilusti'SK at Diinco Mrs. T. N. Brigunpe was hostess to guests for four tables of bunco ,it her home on Wednesday night when Mrs. Velmer Campbell was guest of honor. Her guest list in- cludeil members of her Lucky Nine Bunco club and iilso members of the Tuesday liridgetccrs of which Mrs. Campbell is a member and Ihrec other guests, Mrs. Laras MtF'all of Parma, Mrs. C. D. Travis and Miss Margaret McClure of Cooler. The club high prize went to Mrs. Campbell ami guest high- prize to Mrs. Guss Cooper. Bunco went to Mrs. Dick Mlchic, traveling bunco lo Mrs. McFall and low score to .Mrs. Floyd Wagster. The hostess served coined beef on lettuce, crackers, Individual clierry pies topped with whipped cream and hot chocolate. : ' , - ' ( Bridge Club • KnierUJncil' Mrs. Floyd Wagster was hostess lo the Tuesday Bridgetrers club at her home Tuesday night when Mrs. E. \V. McCnnn mid Mrs. Tom The high score prize went, to Mrs. MeCann who received a toilet set, second high prize, a goldfish bowl, and bridgo award, a pin cilshlon. went to Mrs. Lewis and dish loivols, to To Play Ingenue Role In Play At Memphis Miss Elizabeth McLean has received a part In a Memphis Little 'Jliealcr show, It was announced recently following tryonts in which she participated. She is to play the ingenue role in S, N. Uehrman's "Rain Prom Heaven." Miss McLflui, daughter of Dr and Mrs. D. C. McLean, of this city, went to Memphis two weeks ngo. She is asslsinnt hostess at the Claridge Coffee shop. Memphis Physicians Address Doctors Here 'or. Lyle Motley ana Dr. Thmimi n Moore spoke to members of the Mississippi County Medical Association Tuesday night at a mectin" at the city hall. r-T 1 ™ * lecii ' :al Management of Oall Bladder Diseases" was dismissed by Dr. Motley while "The Management of Ureteral Stones" was outlined by Dr. Moore. 1 Included in the members present were Dr. T. ,,. Hudson, of I Licxora. and Dr. w. j. Shcddan, of' Cteceola. Baptist Women To Delay County Meeting meeting of (he Mississippi '*''* ----„ . County Woman's association 11: . iocii>y at L. 1 Tii scheduled Keiser lins 'pHlS smarl ensemble, to wear .-.-- -^ now and .all through the —" P J Union jsprjng, includes a bright red wool it churches i dressmaker coat over a black and to he held • while print dress. It's worn "with been post- B pancake sailor. in off-white prcj- straw, black finger-free gloves with red leather fourcheUes and will seam pipings and black kklskin At The Hospitals lityllicvillc Hospital Mrs. Charles Gross, L?iu-livUle admitted. Miss Pauline Lawrence, Herman- poncd, Mrs. Theodore Logan, idem, announced today. failure date ol the meeting will ' seam pipings anu uiacK KUIS s be announced later. The meeting .shoes with interesting lacings. «-a«i called off because it conflicted with the World Day of dale, admitted. Clarence E missed. Bradley, city, dis- Plymouth Dealers In . Meeting Here Monday; Mrs Cl Toin h Hoppcr.' _.,. , ' ^=~ ! T he hostess served chicken salad Fifty members of (he Plymouth; on lettuce, crackers Jcllo with division of the Chrysjer Corpora-? whipped cream, cookies, hot tea lion had n district meeting nt the,' and hot cliD-olnlc . • Mrs. p. B. Waters, who has been E.-. sick Ihc past month, is much worse at-the Walls hospital in Blylheville where she is under treatment. She developed pneumonia this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Fred Bean and baby, Number Nine, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. Hen Darby and baby. city. dismissed. 'Harold Green, steel?, admitted. !' LMlibeth Gariett. city, acimitted. Patricia Savage-, Holland, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital Katherine Garret t, Carulhcrs- ville. (idmiltcd. Memphis SI. .Joseph's Hospital Born to Mr.' and Mrs. VVilliam T. Ncel. Keiser, a daughter. Born to . and Mis. J. E. . Sunmows, Osceola. n Memphis Bnplisl Hospital Mrs. W, H. Gipson, Leachville, .Jinitted. ;»-jj Betty Vernon, Wilson, admitted. John Andrew Edrington, OsDcoln. admitted. M \ii Mrs t™ vti, MIS. Joe AAill Wednesday in Memphis where they saw "Gone with (he Wind." Mrs. Abnci Ashcraft and little daughter 'Rcen will spend this weekend in Cape Girardeau as guests of her sister. Mrs. EHvoori Brown, and family. E. W. McCann and W. O. Kearney spent Wednesday in Memphis on business. Athlete's Foot Sufferers Now get prompt, effective relief from the itching, burning discomforts of athlete's foot with famous I Black nnd Whito Ointment, the spent, cooling, soothing parasiticidal Cupids Favorite! 1- VALENTINE I'or Kent Modein furnished apartment V-ih private bath. Phone 66S. 9-ck-H County Agents Attend j i Marianna Meeting j 1 Agricultural agcnlj, lor MIMIS- 1 sip|)l County were given instructions in Hie newest developments I in cotlou at a njod.-il iiisctinst Wednesday at the University oi I Ajkansns experiment .station al ! 'Maiiatma. ! I Jim J. r'ickrcn ami K. H. Burns, i nR(i™llural agents, and H. w. I Srliroedcr, a.viLslant agent, made ( tlie trip. I Ti-y One of Our Delicious PIG SANDW1CHKS Ole Hickory Inn Across From 'lllith SchiJol ' You Can Give it On Our EASY BUDGET PLAN WEDDING ENSEiMBLli nzso — fur n hrauliiul solitaire (njagcnifnt riiic ami \vi-,l- illnq band willi three ilia- nunrts . . . Imlli lings have M Ijar.M ptttd mountings. Oilier \Vc(idini; ICns §2-1.7") (o S.'i GUARD'S JKWULKY & OPTICAL dressing that is antiseptic and kills those fungi which it contacts. Use with Rlack and White Skin Soap. Prayer being observed here today and also the meeting of the Workers. Council and Mission Board of Mississippi county Baptist churches belli" lield at the First Church today. Survey Finds Women Don't Change Minds ... C UP I -Women'-". soUlciu exurcl.se llicir traditional -privilege. •'t-o change their minds,'' according lo Karl Kobiiison, dire'tcoi- of debate at Northwestern University. Robinson, who completed a two- year study to determine whether or net there was any relationship between sex and willingness to change opinions, discovered that "women lend lo cling tenaciously to their attitudes and opinions." "Personal factors," Robinson said, "seem to be of greater impcr- EXI-EUT BEAUTY WORK CALL 106 Awo S; rm e»i Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE Swcdisti Massage, Vap. Balbs Mrs. Uulh Lawhon lance to women than facts in solving problems." Tailor's Tn a Trailer F1NDLEY, O. (UP)—Elmer Ruii- klc, the "tailor with a trailer," and his wife arc touring the United States, making trousers and sewing on buttons as they go along. Rend Courier. News want acls Relieve misery as 3 put of 3 mothers do"."Rub throat, chest, back with VAPOjtjjB bi~Ti> Sign the New Register at the Ritz li's * ''-item liMilicrscecnstogain more ami more populirity wuli every passing season... •>"J tliis Spring is no oxen"<>"•'Hut's why we've selected an cxircmcly wide variety of new Vit.,li, } , p , lcnls fof r , „, t " slrccl ' (lrcss ' 5 l' orts - or P-ifiy , -....„ . ,JU Tulip BI«Vfircni ., .... , ,. . , ' ' [hct showtreii vitti pctfoniions. * nc )' TC divinely C0111- , ^.Odo ,i. ,.i,h ^ ,oc f ortlbic an j s[) . !a| along 'lie most iLittcring, younp- looking li llc s. \V(, y , 10[ vis';, lib lor i trial fitting? FRIDAY 3r>a coon UK A SONS ivhy YOU' shonltJ ntfctid "TOWER OF LONDON" With Basil U-.ithlinnc, Rorls Jiar- lo(T. Inn lliiutcr & Nan CSrfy Alsu Starch of Tiino. X Comrdy SATURDAY "HIGH SCHOOL" will] .lann Withers &• .lor E. Brown, Jr. CarUon A- Serial "Green Hornet" SUN. &. MON. The EARL of CHIC AGO -AHNOLD- OWEN -GWENN ' Hint . CtiOXI* , «ITU »CT_*U_' ritr;ininunt News & Com OXY Fri. & Sat. Carloon A- Aerial Kit C.vrsim' SUN. & MON. ///,-;„, X55 ^^^^j " AAAAAioEEE ' S "*s ?•'•> tall A Fe:* Sfy/« >6 /lcfvc/(;sctf in LcaJtng Af, VITALITY Ol'LN ROADSH01iS,/wOA/,fer,«./ f ;, w ,y ; , a i|-,,, rj j )(Ji Hosiery and Uass to linrmnni/.e. .v News & Comcily LISTEN TO KLCN 11:1)0 a.m. —12:45 p.m. — 4:30

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