The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1940 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 15, 1940
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PAGE FOUR _BLYtMBVlLLB (AUK,) COUK1EB NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Friday Bridge club meeting will) Mrs. H. F. Kelsey Jr. Music department, Woman's club, meeting three o'clock In junior high school auditorium. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Belly McMulIln entertaining J. U. G. club, 6:30 o'clock. Cotillion club having dance, ten o'clock, at American Legion Hut, Mrs. Dixie Crawford and Mrs. Rliey B. Jones entertaining Chapter N of the P. E. O. sisterhood, one o'clock flt the Jones home. Bride-Eled Honored Al Chapttr I) Meeting Miss Thclma Wortliingtoii, bride- elect of Heimon Carlloii, was honored nt n miscellaneous shower given yesterday atternoon when members of Chapter D of the p. E. O. sisterhood were entertained al Mitchell cassldy, .lime Brown,'course aiul cherry tarU were scrv- Miiry Pounds, Billlc Woodburn mid ed. I'ogliy Cooper. Mrs. Alma O. Copo-! » • « land Is sponsor of the club. Una «ol»ri1» Liuvrcm-c Circle Pledges initiated al Ihe ban-1 Mrs, Alice Lulen Long was hosl- qiU't were: Marjoric Edwp.nls. Rcva ess to the Uiw Roberts Lawrence McCann. Alice Stiles, Flora Fra/ler, Circle of the liaplist church al U.1 Lynn Vaughn, Alvin Hawkins. El- meeting Monday night. Mrs Fran- mor Hundhouseii, Vlrijll Desiring, cis Huds|>clh won n guest IJil| V Harrell. Mrs. Clyde Bailey was in charge ' of I lie program entitled, "The Mis- Carulhersville Society—Personal Bits of News Mostly Personals ~ . Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis led yes- slonnry Heart." She was assisted ('.'relay for Corinth, Miss to join by Mrs, Violn young, Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Kills' sister, Mrs, B c Molll- , Wllks, Mrs. Irene Klippeii nnd Mrs. tiny, nntl Mr. Holllday, mid claiigh- ». C. Slcphnn. Miss Zelnm Shear- trr. Dorothy Virginia, of Frrder- er gave the devotional, ii'ksbtirg. Va. The Hollidays were Following a brief business meet- called lo Corinth because 'ol tlic llio Thornton and Mmor clinic at Kansas City where he has been for several weeks. lie plans to re- mam for three more weeks. Mrs. Kurkett Is P.T.A, Speaker ' Merc Wednesday Parents and teachers were advised to trim and keep burning the seven lamps of j'oiith by Mrs, W. IS. Hiukett of Basselt In !he talk she made yesterday afternoon at (be Joint meeting of all the Parent Teacher associations of the rll.v nt die high school. The joint, meeting was held in observance of Founder's Day. Itc-ou-ii Chili Sleets Miss Ernestine Wllks was host Alter the program, Die group was served ten and birthday cake In Hie home economics coltaRe The - —•" o " n.ivi UUJ,ILV:>:> IIH;L-^- »-.....-n t\, LJUIIIUII JJl-'CUUSe Ol (lie , • , n v "o". *..,. Injr, Miss Mary Frnzclle led a mini- cillte.1 Illness of Mr HoUduv's f'^ ""(lor the direction of the ber of valentine games during the mother. ' ' °™ llnl ''• T. A. .social hour. A salad course was Miss Al Klncy is able lo I,,, out , IIcalth - h ? me ' st '» 00 '. ™*' serv- ' K - lo "' °" M Ice, religion and participation in . wrvcd al the close of the meeting. ess to members of the Rc-ro-n : ,,. c „,..,,,, Club Tuesday night with n buffet;!)"",, flipper. GuesLs for tlie evening were nfelii Misses Kay Miller, lira Jenkins. 1 Ta^Zfe^^S^^r^ C G Redman "I'ehim'oT"'^''; """'""""S' «'e were (lie seven Mr. nnd Mrs.'Jimmy Dlnnell are n , Kh , Irom L „" R OC k where he la '" 1 « llslc , l! >»' Mrs - Dt »' kM •" of a 10 pound sou ^ ^tended £ i c *£ e ' 0sm ,' Outstanding on Ihe program Business MIICL mf ,,,„ folk ,| anccs m . cscnlcd by tSfssffKgsa avs.'s-Js as the Afflick home. .A pink and while color scheme was'carried oui in the luncheon decorations. Pink roses anrl white slocks foniied the centerpiece while placecards also bore ihe pink flo- r'ol design. .Mrs. Farmer England presenter! Ihe program on "Modern Poetry." * + • Is Hostess lo Club Mrs.-Doyle Henderson was hostess to members of (he Tuesday club mid two guests, Mm. J. M. Williams id Mrs. Louis Applcbaum, for a Valentine decorations were carried out In tallies, score cards, and tiibJe appoints, The buffet table I was laid with a while cloth and novelty gifts tor nil present were attached (o long red streamers In (he cenler. The supper menu con- istcd of shrimp n la king In putty mm *ui.s. L.UUIS Ajwieuauni, 101 a i "«"m iivm i^tw IUIK wtieic sjic party at her home Tuesday after- bns been studying music, sang sev- noon. ' crul selections, accompanied by High score prize went to Mrs. *"5S Mlidred Tinsicj at the piano. Rllcy B. Jones and second high score prise to Mrs. Apptebaum. The salad plate which was served was in keeping wllh (he Valentine holiday motif. Aro Guests of Club Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. John F. Lent! nnd Mrs. c. R. Wroten were guesli of Mrs. C, MOrilnger yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Town and Country club with a party at her home. The hostess served refreshments after the games in which Mrs. Lenti was high scorer and Mrs. Smart, second high scorer. Club Has Gut-sis When Mrs. William Young enter- •tained members ol Ihc ADC Bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home, siie nlso had as her guests, Mrs. B, p. Brogdon Jr.. Mrs. S. G. Shellon and Mrs. H !•' Kclsey Jr. Refreshments were served at Ihc conclusion of the gnm«; in which Miss Mary Virginia Cutler received high score prize among the club members and Mrs. Brogdon among the guests. =* * » Officers Installed And Pledges Initialed Officers were installed and pledges initialed in the Cooler Commercial club last night when 25 members were entertained at a dinner at the Hotel Noble in this city. Wanda Riitledge is the new president of Ihc were installed group. Others who officers were MARGARINE BUYERS! Dyrkee Offers Yov An fflfin GlPiH Q Premium Coupons with "h Pound ol.Ourkco's- The side panel describing Durkee's "Improved Process" counts M m extra coupon. This is in addilwn I o the regiilar rnd-liap coupon. U«c Dutkcc's! Save Ihc coupons. Gel nny one of many valuable articles. Exlra coupons must be redeemed or sent in for credit by April 30. J9W. shells, cranberry In he an moulds, peas, celery curls and Inl- Icmie carrots, ice cream in heart shapes and enkc. Before the games, Miss Annie Laurie Tiplon, who recently returned from New York where she Miss Mary Crews Joplln won high club prlw, perfume, and Miss DeRcign received dusting powder nnd sosip for high guest prize. Miss Maty Jnurr Cryslor bridgoed anil was nwnrdcd a valentine box ol candy. i * » Carufhcrsville Ilnmi'mt.kci's- . —'rrvman - ...-.*...,, ni.ii, mi; <lt!i'.Il lA'lVKlfiOn f fll-mnrh' rif ' """—"— K ' *"' *> lv - afternoon visitors In Car-j nm nnd now oj oSicota.Tno >t»M^ 1 " and Brtrl B ' Sn> ' cler ' p!i1 "- uthersvlllc. Mrs. w. if. visited friends Monday. Poster of nnd relatives here Misses Annie Laurie Tiplon, Janice Bright and Teiine Tipton spent (lie week-end in Tiptonville, Tcnn. Arlev Peck relumed home here tills week after spend- ins several days in Car dwell" with ills fnlher, Clarence Akcrs. Leonard Umbaugh. Roy McCtas- Roy Calvin has been 111 of laryngitis since Friday al his home'on the Armorel road. Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceoia, arc spending today In Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs, M. FHnslmmons and son. William, of Paducnli, Ky., W. L. Canlicll was hostess i residence. key and Donald Magce spent Mon- j ,\i, s (lay night, in Jackson, Mo., where lliey were guests at n banquet and Lincoln Day celebration of Utc Cnpe County Republican committee. Delhcrl Harper spent Monday evening in Curdwell where he wns a guest speaker at a faun bureau nicelliig. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore have , moved from their apartment alj :!00 Ensl 7lh to Ihc Jas. n. Moore (o the CnrttUicrsville Hotitcmakers Club Monday nflcrnoon. Mrs. Coyne Buchanan, club president, gave a report on llie Rccrcalional School which was h6ld at the high school February 1. The club voted lo exchange shrubs nntl flowers nt tlie next meeting. H. H. Pigment was Ihc leader nnd gave a discussion on "Selection and Placement of Shrubbery and Flowers". Sixteen members and three visitors, Mrs. W. O. Dysarl, Mrs. K. M. Pierce, Miss Mildred Tullns. were present. The hostess served sandwiches, cookies niid coffee. The next meeting will lie ul the home of Mrs. H. II. Pigmon. West side Club Meets Mrs. Harry nidglcy was hostess lo the West Side Club at her home Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Pnu! Homer, Mrs. F. F,. Wheeler nnd Mrs. Chnrlcs Ridgley as guests. the "Practical Plans People." Score cards, tallies refresh- menls were in red and white for Valentine's Day. High score prize, hand made pillow cases, was won by Mrs. Gus McAllister and Mrs. Horner brlclgoeri nnd received « curd In Me cover. After the games the hostess served moulded shrimp salad with saltlnes. olives and .shoestring potatoes, angel food cuke topped wilh cherries and whipped cream and coltcc. Jolly Nine Club JK'cIs Mrs. Willard Russell entertained members of the Jolly Nine Club at her home in Ilnytl Monday evening. Mrs. Rose Kothculicbcv of Webster Groves wn.s a guest-. High score was won by Mrs. Mmid Green mid"Mrs. Tom Osborne bridgoed. Both prizes were hosiery. Refreshments and decorations were iu the ton's birthday Ihcmc. !been quite seriously 111 nl'lhn inn- », Warden tlst Hospital. She is now m, o •-i ?•!""" "'^ COs( """' [I n ' st for - lll( , ™ '"""" [a Minuet, Appearing In this niim- 1 "' r were Liiclln Baine.s, Billy Shcarin, Virginia Swcarcngen, Berlan Hampton. Frances Fields. Billy Worsiey, carol Chapln. Morris King Thompson, Ann Wecdmtm, Dick Shanks. In the second group, two negro songs were Interprcled. They were, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" nnd "Nobody Knows Ihc Trouble I See." Charles Crouch, Johnnie Cribbs, Arden Trotter, Thomas' Sylvester and Robert Pllcher were the (lancers in this group. The meeting was opened with the invocation by Ihe Rev. James A. Overholser, pastor of the First Presbyterian church after which Miss Edle 'Lee Terrell read llie president's message. Sylvia Keld- nifui played two piano solas, "Valsc" by Chopin, and "Polish Dance" by Schwcuka. Miss Willie A. Lawson of Ihc Arkansas Education Association will speak Before tlic junior-senior P. T. A. March 13, it was announced at yesterday's session. Baptist Women's Union To Meet At Reiser ..LI.-,, lu. HIUWJL-, wno is in ol in- Tlie Mississippi County Woman's flucnzn ^ the Blythcvillc hospital. Missionary Union Association of i!; Improving. She was removed were dinner guests of Dr. and L. Ilowton in Osceola last night. William Fllaslmmons left here this morning after having visited here for a few" clays. Miss Frances Dawsoii. of Marked Tree, came yesterday to lie technician for Dr. Hunter C. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. T. J., Barnes and daughters, Eloise and Luella, will go lo Hope. Ark.. Saluday lo spend the week cm! 'with the Dames' SOD. Utho Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Lit lip :iml son. Tommy, and daughters, Misses Sara Jo and Virginia, were m Memphis last night for the Henry Busse show at the Orphcuni ilie- atcr. Mrs. E. Moore, who is ill ol in- Baptist churches will meet nt ten frc "" llcr 1|OI11C to the hospital yes- o'clock tomorrow at Kclscr for nn j ' el ' c 'ay. "" ' ' .himes Crook, who attends Arkansas Slate College, at Jonrsboro, spent (lie week end here with his , , mother, Mrs. J. E. Crook, and fam- L- ! "y- W. L. Crallon lias entered llie Blythcvillc hospital for a few days' I rent men l. Barton S. Cathcy, of (lie Lone Oak community, is Improving at all day session, Mrs. Theodore Logan, chnirmiin, announced loday. "Why, When and Where of (he W. M. U." will be the theme of tomorrow's program in keeping for for I lie year. Particular ForYourCough Even it other medicines have~fa!l- At The Hospitals Townseml Club To Meet Friday Night The Towiisend Club. No. One will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock nt the court house, il wns announced today. 11 -,.? f , I , iCC r, I""' 1 "?, '",' U nl! mcltll)crs -•"» '• «"'«" meaicmes navfflall- aio urged to attend and the pub- ert you may get rcliel no* with lie is cordially Invited. Crcomulslon.Chronic"bronchitiscan 1 develop if your chest cold Is not treated and you-cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Crcomulsion which goes right lo the seat of the Irouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature lo soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes Crcoimilsion blends beech wood creosottjby special process with other time tested medicines for coughs It contains no narcotics, i No mntter how many medicines I you have tried, tell your druggist to i Born It) Mr and Mrs John 5¥ ym i a bottlc of OrODmulsion with Smith, cliy. ,,- SOI1 W c.VnW n^.ife^^^tt B ^' a M ponnt s and nme ounces. | cough, pcrmUlin E Tcst and ileop, w Born lo it,-, nnd Mrs. Hcrsniiel you are lo have your money back. See that the namoCreomuisionlson Hospital Mrs. E. Moore, clly, admitted. Mrs. Mary Knoll, Hcrmandnlc, »d m I Mod. W. L. Cr»(lon. city, admitted. Kelliric Curtis, Number Nine admitted. N. l,. Green. Steele, dis- I Mrs. N nlisKCd. Mother, Son Win al Golf NEW BRITAIN. Conn. lUPj— It's not always "like father like son." Mrs. P. William Berry and her s:n. William, won first place in a mixed Scotch foursome of the Stanley Golf Club lo dispute the old adage. N6W Vnder-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Mnrtin, city, a son wcightup eight Seo lha t H> e nnnioCreomulsioiiIson pounds and four ounces lhc oottlc and you will gel the genii- Horn lo Mr and 'MVS ntln '» c Product nnd the relief you want. CREOMULSION Born lo Schncffor. citv and Mrs. Otto daughter wcigh- 1. Docs noi rot dresses, docs noi irritate skin. 2. Non'jitiiiaiociry.Caiibeuscd right after slaving. 3. Insiantly stops perspiration for 110 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apinc,wlii(c,gr«scfas,si.uH- Icss vanishing cream. 5. Arriil ha^ been awarded the Approval<)filic/\mcricjti Institute of Laundering for bcltif; harmless to fabrics. 23 MILLION jats ot Arrid liavo heensold. Try a far today! ARRID 39' « j.r A ' '" ""'" >r1li "F '" ilrt I XJ T, 1 )»T ,_l... J_ ,,, J ^_ I r .. I . CA1U) 01' THANKS i We wisli (o thank our tricnds for all the kindnesses and LLIU I.IIJLI; • ••-•., " >"">b"i. ' «VJgii ^^ •* • »j Jwl U 1 ^ I I J l^B Washing- '"« "'"i 1 Pounds and eight ounces. f^Coii7hrrh«^r n M H L-? 3<)("j. r •^•"|."""^iin ( :,,.ii r , I ,,,,,i A salad' Iio '» I" Mr. and Mrs. Eric Tay- ^ Lou S hs .ChcsrColds, Bronchitis ! '•'."-" >"' «-"J-'y i«><_ : - I 101 '- Cooler, a .son weighing four ~~' ~ " Cooler, a .son pounds and .six onucc.s. Walls Hospital Ilicliiird Osborn, Manila, lilies extended to us during our re- ' admitted cent bereavement. j Gror B c Blark. uity. admitted, Mrs. I. I). Chitwood Enlow Wilson, city, admitted and family. C'o|iy from (lie New Vork iinirs _ Overnight, New York li ;l s f,-.\ the rampage to gel into Hamp Agi; WEDGE SHOES As Illustrated 8/185 The nOKtS-Btark Tl,r I'atcnt with red trim. I'™ 1 '""'11 with Turf '*;in rim. Hosiery to Harmonize »=ILOVO A. »H ii ir IE^S -ASfSJM 3 ?^ , Memphis ll.iptisi Mrs. c. C. Pamcl!, Dell, ad- niilled. I i.ivturi' Unknovm Tor ^'ear I'lTr.SFIELD. Mass. Jnlin Tucker liirt his head during Hit: 193a football season while nloyIm: with Ihe si. Joseph's tram."a j doctor looked him over and told l him to call aijaln If hi.s head hurt. After an injury while practicing with the .St. Bonaventure College team this (all. Tucker was X-ray- ' ed. It was found he had -suifcrcd a skull fracture a year ago. C.eorijo Hill Lewis, of Cincinnati., was "ranted Ihc ( radio license I in the United -States in 1DI1. Hush Poisons From Kidneys and Stop Getting Up Nights licHcallhicr, II;ippi<v—Sleep Sound i \\ lien yon cun KH~fnr .15 ccula a : rate, erticiriitiiini )ii,rink, 3 allmiilnnv i .-UK) (lhn,.ti. ; (hal Kliniil.J (h,3i, frum • your lu.ln< y^ t1i, ; wai .lc uiiillor, pnl- ' Jiilv< :uiJ ; H i.l Hint, arc now iluini; vi,n , liiirm, why cimiiinir. 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