The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 14, 1940
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PAGE TTC BLYTHEVLLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Her Engagement Is Announced . Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. B. p. Potter entertaining Thursday Contract club. Prosperity club meeting with Mrs. M. Slfman at Lusora, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Alford entertaining _ Thursday Bridge club. < Mrs. F. • B. Joyncr entertaining Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bridge club niect- v lng with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Richard Dickinson having Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Louis Applebaum. Mrs. Hiram Wylie entertaining Delta Contract club. O. N. T. club meeting with Miss Marie Abram. Young People's club, Cliurch of Uie Immaculate Conception, sponsoring biiigo party, eight, o'clock, Catholic Hall. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Friday Bridje club meeting with Mrs. H. p. Kelsey Jr. Music department, Woman's club, meeting three o'clock in Junior high school auditorium. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Betty McMullin entertaining J. U. G. club, 0:30 o'clock. Cotillion club having dance, ten o'clock, at American Legion Hut. * Mrs. Dixie Crawford and Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertaining Chapter N ot the P. E. O. stslerhocd, one o'clock at the Jones home. FLAPPER FANNY American Folk music To Be Program Subject "American Folk Music" will be the theme of the program to tie presented Friday afternoon ai three o'clock at the junior high school auditorium for the music department of the Woman's club. Miss Mary Emma Hood, music iastructor of the school, is In charge of arrangements for Hit program. * * + President Outlines Missionary Program Mrs. B. A. Lynch, president of the Woman's society for Christian Service of the First Methodist church, outlined Ihc missionary program /or (lie year at the meeting, cf the Business Woman's Circle of the society lust night at the church. Eighteen members and two guests, Mrs. B. B. Wilson and Miss Mary Revell heard the president. Miss Winifred Goodrich and Miss Dorothy Goodrich were hostesses for-the meeting. Mrs. Herman Himer was in charge of the program which dealt, with J. Allen, missionary statesman to China for 4T years. The life ct the .missionary .was given by Mrs. Mrs. Haima, ami Mrs. O. E. Quell- malz presented Ihe devotional. During the recreational period, 1 Miss Eva Davis directed the games. The next meeting will be March 12 at the home of Mrs, Lynch. Gives Bridge Party Mrs. John J. Traynor enleUnincd \ eight, guests with a liridge party ' at her home yesterday aiternoon. In the games, high score prize went to Mrs. Bill Cordcr and scc- uid hlgti la Mrs. Carl Marshall. Mrs. W. T. Burns received low- score prize. A salad plate was served with j Bits of News Mostly Personals "He's too ok! io be ycllin' 'Gimme nickel!' a I people he doesn't even know. Why cloneha teach him (o say, 'Please' ?" ' Charles I'cnn, corresponding sec- Mrs. Alfred Carpenter nml Mrs. tetniy; Mrs. W. T. obcrst, tt-gls- j-ar. Mrs. James Hunt, of Manila, and Mrs. C. R. Wroton were introduced >s new members of the chapter. Mrs. Chirk. Mrs, Rose and Mrs James Hill Jr., were named delegates lo attend the state conference to be held March 19 and 20 hi Little Kock with Mrs. Usrcy. Al- :crnales are Mrs. Pcnn, Miss Wil- hitc and Mrs. P. B, Joyncr. Mrs. Joyner and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford were hostesses 13 members for luncheon. to the In the :cntcr of their table they hnd irtanucd a snow covered cherry kOg on greenery in which a hal- :hct was burled. The symbolism Jackson prnyer. 'J'he tiie It members in liostpss taught the mission study, "The Vine and the Branch" was the subject, of Ihe devotional presented by Mrs. Leslie Moore at the nu'etlinj'of nine members- and two visitors of Circle Two at the home of Mrs. John Buchanan. Prayers were circled by Mrs. C. E. Edtls, .Mrs. n. O. Cash and Mrs. Moore who also taught the mission study. Nine members of Circle Five attended the meeting nt the home of Mrs. Ali'tn Hufrmtm when Mrs. Irene Taylor gave tiie devotional mid Mrs. J. J, Ewlng, the mission study. Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Walter Bishop led in prayers. Shirley A|i» Crews, wlio ha-s been 111 of an car infection for the past u'vcn weeks, is slowly Improving. Mrs. Frank Webb Is confined to her home because of n sprained unkle ivliicli lias been placed In n cast. Kiie Injured her (inkle when she fell Saturday. Mrs. George Pfeuffcr ami (laughter, sue. of Memphis, will arrive tomorrow to join Mr. rfeiiffcr. They will move into the Harry Hcarn home on Chtckasawba avenue. Their ten months' old son, GrarKo Jr., will visit his grandmother a week before coming hero. Miss Jimmlc Meadows, of Elowah] visited .Mrs. Bill Crews and Mrs'. Ethel Johnson in Blylhcville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. .11. R, Schmusk and Mr. anil Mrs. Chester Caldwell nl- Icnried the funeral of J. A. Bidder at Tiifkcrman Monday. Mr. ostrider was the father of Miss Thelnia Mae Strkler, a former teacher nt Burdettc who has visited here a milliter of times. Pi-ink Webb lias been confined to his home for two weeks because of influenza. The condition of Mrs. J. M, Vivian, who became critically ill Friday, is unchanged today after having made n great improvement over the week end. Paul Grccnwcll, who Is seriously 111 nl the niythcvlllc hospital, is improved today. R L. Engicr is ill at his home. He became ill in Memphis after he and Mrs. Enaler had tone down Sunday night to see "Gone With the Wind", and was unable to be removed here until today. .vns also carried out In (he place jards, nn which were replicas of the centerpiece. The color scheme ran throughout the menu. In keeping with the luncheon, he pioRinm wns nlsn on George i K. L, Chambers and Mrs. Ted King Washington. Mrs.. Hill gave Ed- i oltercd prayers, win Msrkham's "George Washington, the Nation Builder"; Mrs. A- ~oiuvay talked on "Mount Vcr- non", .wri Miss Wilhitc discussed the "Social Life of Washington. . Mrs. Everett UencKenr taught the mission study for elpht members of Circle Six who mot at Mrs. W. W. Wats :n's home. After Mrs. S. M. Hood gave the devotional, Mi's. Orchestra AniiimiuTd I''nr Colilllon Itancc hcard and cussed. routine business dis- Club Kiilertaincil At Afternoon Tarty Mrs. L. L. Hubener cntcrlained members of the City Contract club with an afternoon parly at her borne yesterday when she also had H other guests. Besides the members, she was • hostess to Mrs. Jesse While, Mrs. C. W. Garrigan, Mrs. Lov Welch Officers Arc Klrrlcil Bobby Ann Purvis president of the J Saturday night when Sallie Mathis 'ntcrtiiined the group for supper .it her home. Other officers chosen were: Maxine Reid, vice president; Doris Mnir. .secretary and treasurer; Margaret Holland, reporter. It was voted to have weekly dues pf.ynblc ut each meeting, Ihc three c:ursc dinner was served the ten guests nt the dining Harry K. May and his Southern icrenaclers of Ciunthcrsvlllc will The meeting was opened with Play for the dance bcliiy given the reiuiins of Uie ritual and the! Saturday night :il the American pledRe of allegiance. During the j Legion Hut by the Cotillion club, Business session presided over by j 'he dance committee, announced to- Mrs. Usrey, committee reports were day. The affair will begin at ten o'clock. Members may call for their programs at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cri^er Jr.. trom was elected ' T "» rs "«y "1^ until Saturday. U ' °- CU "' Has,. Pad,- ' Graham Smluury Jr. was host to nine of his friends for a luncheon yesterday in celebration of his seventh birthday. The guests came at 11 o'clock and played games for the' hour preceding lunch. The birthday cake ornamented with red hcaris wn-; .able decoralcd motif. in the Valentine Miss Mabel George, of Luxora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I'anh. George, whose engagement to Mr. DeMiu-i C. Abrtelnour, of New York City, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D Alxlelnour. of Port Chester, New York, was announced Tuesday night nl a dinner party given by her pircnls at their home In Luxora Tiie wedding will lake place in the early spring. Hospital Dismisses Victims Of Fire Mrs. Wiliard Cole and her nlnc- months-old daughter, Mary Jo, who were seriously burned when /Ire destroyed most of the business district of the farming community of Mood way in Western Mississippi Comity 22 miles southwest of BIytheville, Sunday, Feb. 4, were able to bn removed from Blythc- villc Hospital this morning. They were taken to the home of Mrs. Cole's parents where they wij! probably Ijc ccnfhicci for several more-weeks. • :..:.; Mr. Cole. 22. who was the. most severely burned when he rescued his wife and baby from the burning .store-residence. Is improving but will not tic able lo leave Hip hospital for some time. His cms. face and hands were seriously seared. 250 Hear Rev. Worley Talk Sunday Night Mure than iisu young people heard the Hcv. Paul Worley. of Nashville, Tonn., director of (he Youth Crusade movement in the Methodist churches, speak at a meeting Sunday night in the First Church of this city. 'Ihe meeting vats held as a part of Uie Youth Crusade movement In the church. Similar meetings arc being held in the oilier flmrchrs of the country, l!cprcsr".{«i:-vis attended from Wilson. Joiner. Marion. Osceola. l.uxova. Keiser, Leachvillc, Manila, Dell Ynrbro, I'roinisccl L'.nul, the | Lake Street church and the First Melhoclist church. The liev. R, E. L. Bcardcn, lias- tor of the Lu'xora church and dis- tricl director of young people, presided over the meeting. The !(ev. E. U. Williams is pastor of the First church. . The speaker was introduced by flic Rev. Ira A. nriunley of Conway, executive secretary ol the conference board of education, who (old of the youth crusade work in tills conference. The Rev. Mr. Worley then discussed "The Melbodlst Advance Movement." Dyess Boy On Honor Roll At College DYESS, Feb. M. _ Leonard E. McCaim of Dyess, h freshmnn nl Arkansas Slate college, was an he nor student for the first, semester with a "B" average. Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs Hugh C. McCnnn of Dycss, is studying toward his n. S. E. degree with a major in education. He Is a member of (he Choral club, Glee club, mid A Cnpclla choir "'Eventual Peace" Was j Topic Of Meeting I "Concerning Eventual 1'care" wns (he lojiic of Ihc program presented tit the meeting of llib Busings and Professional Woirrans' clito Monday night al the Hotel Noble. ! Miss Cora Lse Colennn was leader ^ of the program presented by jncjmbers who read statements of famous women. i Miss Marie Harnlsh presided over the business session at which time (lie convention to be hc'.a in El Poraclo in April wns discussed. CHsLCS Itpvirws Stlckmon, third vie, in-ranged: in the ccnlnr of the table and Valentine favors given c.ich gui'sl also added to tlir holiday 1 The surd Ins friends, stu- | denls nt Central Ward, went to liool Following thr party. ch the crunch. W. .M. V. Circles SU-cl six circles of Ihc Woman's. — Mrs. Edfi Olii. The Valentine motif was carried ou', in the dessert course served after the games and in the tallies "Iso HI the Valentine color motii were tin- blooming plants in red a::u s;lver holders . .... . . . Among the club member, Mrs- Ur? " S ?!" ° S °' ""' vv " m;l "'- •tosee stilt was hiBh i,d > *'! Mtssl T v - v «™n of the Kim Hap- GC.OI-BC D. Pollock 'eca, ( he h '"'. c "" rc " " u '< '" " 10 IK '"«' S » r •-.c-.rcr. Mrs. white rec"vcd he >°^ Mlcmb ' vsI Mcmlll ' V " flc '' I'.iSh .core pri TO and Mr s Oa"u i i^.J'"' "*** lmun " """ SUldy ^("ihB^te 1 " 8 " Xa " » r ™ <"«<-". A. was hos.o:, * , » |'" ninr members and tuo uMior.s Class 1'as Parly ' "'' ( -' U1 '' 1 ' fj '"^ at her home. For Eleven members of Ui- Olrv-r,- •!•'* J 1 "' 01 ' 011 " 1 ' ciu ' h '"ember pave Sunday school class o'" I, i-?", I','"' f:lv ' ir '" 1 v "« of v:riptui-c, Mrs. Baptist chm4 wcr--.%-, M v , ! \ " r "" l;< " 8llt " >r iaisMOU s(mV b.v Mrs. L S Bcnj-h t ,,} (, ! : '" rt all> ' Ci ' J - W " lk "' «"') M'-.s. :<endall Berrj ,\fo "i iy ,'!,', s i Ro " m Orilnp ' s - oltcr «' P''«>'<-vs. v Party at Uie 'Bculs'h horn* >U ' h | Ml;; - '»• 'V-laggrr.'.. Mv.s. N, ,v,]i- itrs. Wjlt-,- Bishs-j i c -,~ii'r- ,,i < ,' ,"'.'- '' '' l>mvdl - u ' :he class, onenrn- M,»'™,..I" . . ..; u ""'-'• >"f mivtu- r,| curie Two the class, opened the mo:;i n r; ;j .V H"^'' Z, prayer. AXtsr the b:!Siii f « ",was conducted, Mi = . n.cnish -lir. the games. Rcfrcshmciils wnve w-,,,i . n. .1, I . I 1| j Presbyterian church which met ! Monday afternoon and nisht. The theme of thp devotional was "Abide I With Me". : _Mr.s. A. I-'. Dietrich and Mrs. : C. M. Ciriy Here m-liostcsses lo ! Ill members ol Circlr One in the j pastor's study. Mis. IMxic Craw[ ford pave the niblc Mu.-ly and Mrs I .liim.'.v II. Hell, the proiram, Mrs. j 1!. Hmri.son «- lls ., K | (n .i| ot j Ihe circle. ; v:i(;lu members ol uirdi 1 Two met !v.-illi Mrs, D. C', MrLcnn when ; Mis. J. I). McHiH w -ns co-hostess, jlhc Hilile study was priwntcrt by i Mrs. Mrrjin ;„!<! n,,, ,, ros ,.., m |jj. j Mi.w Kmtnn Kit.- Ri:!iavris. ! The 20 iiieinl:ri-s of ciivta Three ; nnd two !,Mie.sis. Me,.;, ^ rj c*is j r.nsl Mrs. Jim .1. I'irkreii. who mi-l Hie home ol Mrs ,i. ,\. Lench ' "$:/"•%? VICKS Relicva misery direct -without "dosing". Use swift-acting 29.1$ miles per gallon in Ameriea's greatest gas economy test IN STYLE,.. down witfr lowest ° B ' rrc f '" , ,. .. i 1 ,'' ."' I01r in " »-«» ^ ' /'"'=., "" : " lb "- Tr ' ' ' ' " *' 1 ''"- w - °' M U . «»» M r s . U. E. Islehart. ' •" ' ".'' : !? ( ' (( Mrs. Kose Chosen : V' New l>. .A. K. rtcecnl, i-,' 5 Mr.s. R. c. Rose was •unanimous-i MIS Tnm vv i- ly elected re 5 enl of the Charlc- n," ^" V" ^ «i:cc be- members Bnry. • te M,s. W A. G.imuM, and .Uiodorc l-ogini Irrt i,, piay- CiSii lanrlfl. Mr.-,. :,!;U:i, ,\li, n , ( ;, 1U -|U j (lie Ilible stucty. I Pi.-.ns [m sM-vius ;ii r sr() , l( sli , 1 . jl'rr lust ni;hi wo ,.. ,,,, ((| ,, i^. - J;] cnlprluinrd by Mi'. »o« jipvcii-! [ (he dcvnitoiinl. ' K ' nc for " Civic Clubs To Aid Senior Stunt flight All civic clubs huvc been invited lo participle In the community stunt alghi which is belli* sponsored Friday, Feb. 23, at the high school auditorium by the senior class. This is another in a series of projects carried out by ihc senior "students during their last year in High school as a means of making money in order to leave i\ memorhl to the .school. Three pites of five, three and two dollars will be given to Ihc clubs with the best stunts, Russell i'BiT, general manager stated today Working with him on his committee are Joe Billy McHaney and Don Wilhelm. Miss .Mary Jean Affllek Is in charge of the advertising committee on which Miss Jeauetla Jwui Scbuugli, Miss Mary Lois Anderson, Miss Marie Abraham and Miss Betty Sallba have also teen named Complete details of the .show wll! tfi •uniounecd in the near future, Cookscy Bodson, president of the class .slated. Sudbury Again Heads Local Bachelors Club .!. T 1 . Sudbury was again Installed as president of the Bachelors' club ut n dinner meeting of the group nl the Hotel Noble last nighi. Barnes Crook was installed* as vice president and L. G.- Thompson Jr., as secretary-treasurer. The 43 present included members and former members of the club. Oscar Feudler and P. C. Meyer delivered the "obituary" of Ihe uwr- iled men who were former members, with James Terry replying lo their speeches. . A cocktail party in Room preceded the dinner. The Haicv- Til! Studio of Memphis pre.sep.led a floor show for enlerlainnunt. WISDNliSDAy, 1'EHKUABY M, 19.10 Awards, Merit Badges Given At Scout Event Several awards of merit Imhccs were givon last night at the Court of Honor held :u the Hoy stout teiKuret at (he n,- 5t presbvuriar church as a climaxing feature o; National Boy Scout Week «'liirh opened Thursday Phillip Reed received a scc-.iid class ,-nrai-d and Billy Wilson a first class award, Milioj, Patterson received f u ,,,. mcvu !w(1 , cs oilier badges were awarded to Chares CakiivcJI, Loe Richardson Willie 0 * M0 ° rr ' m> " ! " rls and Dl " k Talks at the banquet were lnill !e by .'amcs Hill Jr.. president of the tnstem Arkansas Council. Clarence 1^ \Vilsnn and Q iW Fendler, mem- lers of Hie Council, and Hov Rea, Dr. Don Smith and James'Terry scoutmasters. A chicken dinner was served the (« present who included ..scouls scoutmasters and district committee members. At The Hospitals lilylhci'fllc Hospital W. H. ingrain, West Ridge, admitted. Mow Yick, city, admitted. M. A. Weiss, Memphis, admitted. Mrs. Wlllard Cole, Ploodwav ciis- missed, ' Mary J 0 Cole, Floodwav, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital E. B Gee, Jr.. cjly, admitted. Mrs. Walter Ray, Leachvillc, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Betty Jone Branch, Pecan Point admitted. ..Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital J. M. Van Ausdall, Caruthers- nlle, admitted. New Members Named To Episcopal Vestry Five new members were elected to the Vestry of St. Stephen's Episcopal church last night at the second annual dinner meeting at the Hotel Noble. The Rev. Matthew A Curry, rector, presided. W. B. McMullin, John Hoyt Jr, of Leaehvillf, Rene George. R. L. Stockett and Ed Corl-Lcc are the new members of the Vestry. Thirty members of tire church were present to hear the annual reports. Mrs. B. A. Stacy, president of the Woman's Auxiliary, announced plans for Auxiliary work during the year. Miss Elise 'Moore, vice president, and Mrs. Stockett, treasurer, also reported for the Auxiliary. , Read Courier News-want, ads A tornado that slruck Omaha Ncbr.. in, 1913. carried a photograph of John Cavanaugli from the home of his sister. Mrs E L Hecht, and dropped it on the farm of another sister at Vail, lowu, M miles awav. An excellent laxative in colds, ic- licvcs biliousness, sour stomach, bilious indigestion, flatulence and headache, due to constipation. lOcand 25c at dealers \ Rabbi Pollack Will Discuss Racial Problem Two services dealing with the Ilicmp of "Racial Understanrtinu" will be held In Temple Israel Sunday afternoons. Feb. 18 and 25, at J o clock. Such services will be held throughout (he nation in Wrl'hc "'"'' Wa ' s '""f?toirs The sermon topics of Ralilii Herman Pollack for the services will be: "The Basis of Racial AnlaBOn- ism 1 and "Fictions of Racial Prejudice." Everyone is welcome to attend Rabbi Pollack stated. Many Women Relieved Headaches, 'nervousness, cramp- like pain, and other periodic dis- Iress ofMromen may be due to functional dysmctiorrhrii from malnutrition, a condition often helped by CARDUl. Main way it helps is by increasing appetite and (low of gastric juice; thus aiding digestion; building resistance to periodic distress. The other way CAR- DUl may help you: Take it a few <says before and during "the time" Used and popular for more than SO vrars. Sign the New Register at the Ritz with I'rcston Foster Andy Dcvinc Coining Tuesday, March 2(i For a Week's Him "CONK WITH THE WIND OXY PAL NIGHT WED. & THUR. Z '.uhnitlcil for price of 1 "HERO FOR A DAY" with Charles Grapcwin & Anita Louise Also Selected Shorts LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m. — IZ-.K p.m. —4:30 p.m. Phone Rltz f!A Fhone Ro.vy 333 who 1«: , i Read Ccuticr New; -,«,ni ads. n al a George Washin-ton Itmclicon at the Hotel Noble. " She suceeds Mrs. M. O Usrcy Her Installation will lake place In Miy Other ofncers chosen to serve Vilh hrr are as follows: Miss Cordel.-. WilhUc, vice :. regent; Mrs. Barnes P Clark, recording sccrc- t««,, Mrs Usrey, historian; Mrs. Hiram Wjlie, Irtwurcr} ' Mb. passager, to each Try One of nirnil Our D Am» P™ni High school r.'XI'KKT l!l:,U!TV VVOKK CALL 106 , won - cnt Margaret's __BEAUTY SHOP HBlTuCK~~SKNSi»i' ( Y SwcilMi Massage, Vap itaths Mrs. Hull, u K i,' ot , ' ^.-t::S-v^ fooled, Xto SU ' , ^-.hxlv UcfeaWd b^crCUa^* ;; wcst ,ncc ihc 3 " vhcr g ;., \\«s yci« s c^'«^^riv u^*'* G«,™«.Voscnucl , n( j c , ta »-«"«- coal .?; sec WA dtWC A A. A "f^ai^^n ^ itiis money -sa\'-v . r t f.tcrin'- tUoxs-nve-vmc^.^^' 1 ' 1 ff f*raN& Molor Sales I'honc IU7H The famous six-bottle carton ot Coca-Cola goes into millions of homes. Because every member of the family enjoys the delicious taste of ice-cold Coca-Cola and the happy after-sense of complete refreshment. Your dealer has the six-bottle carton. DOTTUU UMJLK AUTHORITY or TIN: COW-COLA to. nv .-hone see COCA-COLA BOTTLliNG COMPANY , A ,i,

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