The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 20, 1940
Page 2
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PAGE TWO Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Bi-Monthly Lnnclieon club meet Ing with Mrs. T. K. Mahan. Mrs. Tonvmtc Tipton enterlaln Ing ADC Bridge club. Town and Country- club meeting with Mrs. J. W. Parker. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar. Society, Church of tlu Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Calh ollc Hall. Miss Lon Jo Hnrgett entertaining O. M. T. club. Miss Jeanne Harrison and Mis Uwtse Dobyns entertaining for Miss Thelma Worthtngton al bridge shower, eight o'clock at Harrison home. Mrs. G. G. Caudill having Thursday Contract club. Double Pour club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. Roscoe Crnlton entertaining Delta Contract club and Thursday Afternoon club, Mrs, John Faulkner having Thursday Dessert ciub. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. R. P. Kirshner. Mrs. J. Louis cherry entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club having general meeting, 2:30 o'clock, at club house. Elmwood Cemetery association meeting 11 o'clock with Mrs. Otto Bradberry. Mrs. w. D. McCIurkin entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. L, E. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Bride-Elect anil Fiance Complimented With Parly Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Pry entertained 15 guests at a dinner party at. their home last night in com. pliment to Miss Thelma Worthing- toii and Hennon Carlton, whose FLAPPER FANNY —COPR.'IMO COURIER NEWS Tailors'Delight "Ooh, Clarice! You've gol « real date for the party? I mean, your mother doesn't know his mother?" ' ' ' n, wose 'MJng will be solemnized Monday, March 4. .Bouquets of rosebuds, blue carnations, cornflowers, pink and - snapdragons decorated the cnier- laining rooms, as centerpieces for . the dining table arid' small tables and, In the living room. /.White tapers Illuminated tnc dining table. The guests' places were marked by cards designed witli wedding cakes and attached (p-miniature rice. .After the three tind course dinner ssistcd Mrs. George w. nnrliam n the presentation of the program. CoIIee nnd cookies were served luring the social hour. Also at this time, Mrs. M T. Moon whose home wns recently dmiiugc:! Ir,' fi:e, wns presented a lump table by tlie Council. Officers Are Elected Mrs. G. W. Olllnhmily wns eled- erl president of the Woman's rtiix- Ilinry of Ihe First Presbyterian cliureh for a two year term yesler- dn.v afternoon when 25 members met at the church. Other expired terms which weie as follows: fillet! yesterday were , ; - had been served, Canadian rummy "i wns played. '•' * * * - • !, t MethotUU Circles Meet ;j Tlie four circles of (lie Woman's • Society for Christian service of the ... First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon in the homes of van- oils members. Nineteen members of Circle One •• met at the home of Mrs M O ••• Usrey when Mrs. W. c. Higginson • was co-hostess. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins gave the Bible play. Mrs. Harry w. Halncs and Mrc -Margaret Flanagan were hostesses to 20 members of Circle Two at the Hnmes' home. Mrs. B. A. Lynch .president of the society, was a guest. The Bible study was given Thy Mrs. L. L. Hubener. - Mrs. L. E. Baker gave the Bible --study for 20 members of Circle Three who were entertained at She home of Mrs. c. A. Cunningham Mrs. Ralph Berryman was co- hostess. .", W:-s. Dan Ounkln was hoslcss to .. 12 members of Circle Four. Mr? E B. Williams opened the mectin" with prayer and Mrs W T obcrst gave the Bible lesson of j Mrs, James B. Clark, historian; ,Mrs. Ross Stevens, secretary of splr- "••-' life; Mrs. w. E. Young, scc- of literature; Mrs, George secretary of synodlcn! nml . . E:!;:- Benefit Book Review Will Be Held Tonight A benefit book review will be sponsored In Temple Israel tonight nt eight o'clock by the Ladles' Aid of the congregation, Rabbi Herman Pollnck will discuss John Steinbeck's "Grapes of Wrath." A social hour will follow the review. The public Is cordially Invited, officers of the group stated, Returns From Funeral For Mrs. 0. H. Anderson j. O. Nash has Hopkinsvillc, Ky „ ^ „,„, called because of (he death lust Thursday of Mr.s. Nnsh's mother Mrs. o. H. Anderson. Mrs. Nash remained in Hopkins-. returned from where he was Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mrs. Rudolph Morris, of Jones-, boro, spent (lie week cud here »s (lie guesl of Mr. and Mrs. V G ' Hollnnd. Mr. Morris came over for her b'timlny and spent the. day here. • ' - , Mrs.' B, M. Turner,-^Mrs Grace KIcJmrdK, Mr. and Mrs, W, D Godwin nnd Mr. and 1 , Mi)., J s'-Qod-l win were In Dyersliurg, TemiV.Frl day for. the'funeral of • tliel'r'grand- mother, Mrs, Margaret-, Ellen-;Pcr- dcw. They were accomp'ariied home by Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R.'Godwin i who had Ixicn In Dyersbure since Wednesday. \ , t Mrs. Eddie licgenold, Mrs. Malt Monaghnn Jr., and Mrs. Loy Welcli were In Memphis yesterday to see Mre. J. P. Holland nnd her infant sou at the Methodist hospital ! 'flu; baby lias been named J P jr i Willis llubcncr, who has spent, .several weeks here with his brother, Dr. L. L. Hubener, and famil} while undergoing treatment- ,• for « fractured arm. returned to hib home In Little Rock yesterday lie will probably return here the first of (he month. Mrs. Ed Williams is in Memphis wltli her mother, Mrs. W. M Wallace of Wilson, who is in a critical condition at the Methodist hospital following an operation performed there Sunday morn- Ing. Simon Joseph, of Ozark, cairn Saturday to spend ten days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, S Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James spent the week end In Johesboro with relatives and friends. The Rev. B. B. Williams left i Sunday for Bnlesvllle where he Is teaching in training school nt tin- First Methodist church in 'flint Study 'Evangelization. "Plan of Evangelization" wiu Ihci subject of the program led by Mrs.! H. It Brooks at the meeting of t he Woman's Missionary Union of i the First Baptist church ytsterdayi afternoon at tlie church. i-ctary [Mulr, j-Prl'sbytcrlnl missions;'' Mrs"' | Mnhan, secretary of " iurand Mi C. M. Grny, ,, „.„ .,, =- Anderson v.-ns already Mrs. DillnhLnly wiio wns serving "' nml his wife's siulden death as treasurer, resigned and the sue- , mntlc "Is condition more serious city. He will return Saturday. He was accompanied as far as Pocahontas by Mrs. Williams' 'fat'lier. J. L. Miiler, who had been visiting here for two months. Mr. Miller will visit in the home of another daughter at Pocnhontns. H. Hlghfill, who Is ill in- the Memphis Methodist hospital; ; is improving. n ~ !'. Be ?, 1 d . res sed man in the nation is Joseph E. Davies (above), special aide to Secretary of Stale Hull. So announced Hie Custom Taiiors' Guild of Amnnca al heir annual meeting in New York. They liked his ^unservative, yet lavish, wardrobe. The condition of Jim P. Buriis, who Is critically ill at the Blythe- " of foreign ?• H." Anderson, -who Is eerlotwlv cessor to (ill her vmcxptrcrl term will be chosen nt the Auxlllnrv meeting In March. The program on "Home Missions, the Hope of the Church nnd the Nation" was led by Mrs. C M Gray. Mrs. James A. Ovcrholser was assisted by Mrs. Uillahimly Mrs. Doyle Tumor. Mrs. E. A Hojo' Miss Emmn Kate Richards nnd the Rev. James A. Overholser. Refreshments were served by Circle Three during the social hour which followed. Masons Will Meet On Wednesday Night The Clilckfisnwba Lodge. No. 131 At The Hospitals The Christian flag nnd the lias! of,the United states in the room' symbolized Christ and country Miss Cordelia Wilhitc gave the devotional on "The Missionary Heart" After Mrs. Tom w. Jackson had opened tlie meeting with prayer (lie watchword was repeated Prayer by Mrs. Lloyd slickmon preceded the following talks: -Faith- fid Hearts," Mrs. Kendall Berry "Mainiug Hearts". Mrs. j r.; Walls Hospital U'Vo Brady, Miiniln, admitted. Mrs. Charles Sexton, Rochester Minn., dismissed. Wytlicvlllr Hospital B. R. Brannon, Memphis, dismissed. Hoy Moore, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Henry Hnlc. Wilson, admitted , Mrs. Dirk Cromcr. Os;coln, ad- t milted. F. and 1:30 o'clock for ivi ler's Degree. Visiting Masons Saturday ntght. remains unchanged. to tiie hospij'nl meet In special in the Mus- are invited to Osceola Society—Personal „ attend, officers stntcrt today. Morgue Shock Fnlal MONTREAL (UP) - .Mrs. Lo u j s Poincr, 60, was cnllcd to view R body at the city morgue for possible Identification, she identified Ihc body as that of a brother, then dropped dead from n heart attack Miss Ramiii. EdKcrlon. Cnruth- crsviile. admitted, Memphis MrdKiilisf Mrs. H. w. Cain. Cimtlhcrsvillc ndmiltcd. WHY for quick relief from cold symptoms take COG MilTer from Cohls? J. B. Howorton, so;i of ,Mr. and Mrs. j. n. Howcrton, of Osceola, who has been in the United states army stationed In Hawaii for the past two years, will arrive in .New- York about Saturday after a short stop in Panama, From New York he will come by Iraln (o Memphis where lie will be met by his parents'. Alabama Peanuts Increased MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UP)—Alabama will harvest 426,000 acres of penimls .this year, as compared with only 380,000 last year. Pleasant Wake-Up For Lagging Insidcs Ever troubled by constipation and its bad breath, headaches. biUofe- ness? Then yon ought'" (o kiioiv Syrtip of Black-Draught, lasty; of- fcctive liquid companion to tlie famous powder laxative. Its action Is usually punctual, gentle, thorough by simple directions. Its principal ingredient helps tone bowel muscles. NcxtHime. lake Syrup of Black-Draught. 2 sizes, 5Qc, 25c, Dr. J. A. Saliba Announces tltc removal of bis office from the Ingram Building fa l?A E. .Kentucky. KK. rhonc 410; Ofncc I'll. 418 EXI'ERT BEAUTV WORK CALL 106 Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REIHICB SENSIISLY; Swciiisli Massage, Vap. Il-.alis Sire. Kuth Lawhon Tracks «-erc not of standard eaugi- on [-.illy rnllronds. Eich i sccllon of the country set its own Mnnriiml. -pcciai ;i^,n iiiuniHT, /i Witness For J csus ." wos given by Mrs. Harry Frilzius. vccalisl. and Mrs. Murray smart, accompanist. Mrs. \Valfcr Bishop cave the closing prayer. Sixty members two visitors were present. I'ostpone Tally f^ 1 ' 5 . Auxiliary ot the FirsTBap- u->t church ,\che j "' ' • . Ecwis, and Also Fepsin-ize Stsmach! - pSS?iSti§j annomiced torijy. The ar.noisr.rca later. Friend in God" was opened will) song which was followed will, the Lords Prayer in unison. Mrs Rou- inson read tlie scripture from Johi; and Psalms after which there was a round table discussion of the membsia 1 conceplions ol God. MIS J. Cecil l/Kve told the storj-, "Heln• l"g Us to Kiiow GoS." , " r 5- R«nlt«rt.. Wetenkamp who talked on "Worship Suggestions" >— ii i ••, See Lois Jeffries and Zola CraHon in "THE BANNER" Seni °r Stunt Night WSSAT HAPPENS TO THE WATER BEFORE IT REACHES YOUR HOME? By no means <ln wir customers usi- (he water ;>s it comes direct from Die ground. The water coming (Yoni our deep ;irle-si;tn \vc!|s is lirst pu! through ;in clubomtc (illci'-itig system which removes minulc particles ami impurities. As n further safeguard it is given a scientific chemical treatment \vhk-li positively kills ;il| harmful germs. | Laboratory te.sf.s taken at intervals uclcrminc exactly the condition of (lie wilcr supply at all times. When the ivatcr readies your litituf von can use it for any ordinary purpose with full assurance thai it is «o»tl pure water. BIYTOSLLE WftTER CO. Bernard Allan, "Walcr Is Your Olicapesl Uonimotlllj" 8TZ Sign the New Register at the Ritz TUE.-WED.-THUR. (Due to bonking arrangements— Tuesday «iu not he I'al iMatincc or Night This Wcckl. AHElODYo/1940 ,,v» George WURPHV . frank MORGAN Ion HUNTER • forence RICE. lynn j «RV« ' >ls " Sclrrte'ri- Shorts miiii,' Tucstlay, Alurclv 2(i1h j'or ;t Week's Hxnv - i _dONE WITH TUB-WIND"; Buffalo Herds Shrink To 5,000 In New Count )-Tiie 60,; A , merlcan buffalo tliat once thundered across western plains have dwindled Into „ small band of approximately 5.COO, the Bureau of Biological Survey reports. I lie 4,829 In (he states and 200 n Alaska arc a fur cry from (he Immense iicrds which once presented themselves as n livelihood for buffalo hunters. Excluded from this enumeration are the calves born (his year ttncn the census taker did not bollier to count. Also uncounted are an additional 800 whose o»n- crs are not known. The nuimals listed by the biological survey arc found In 38 .slates, the District of Columbia and Alaska. Montana leads with 1.M4; South Dakota second, 055; Wyoming 922 and Oklahoma, 039 .The last detailed count of buffalo was taken in 1B34 by [he American Bison Society. Veteran Rail Employe Builds Model Trains YAKIMA, Wash. (UP)-C. A Cunningham, hostler at the Ya- Klma terminal of the Northern Pacific railway, is like Ihe postman who took a walk whenever lie had some free time. Cunningham's hobby is constructing model trains. He has built a 15-foot model of the North Coast Limited that resembles the large train in every detail with even the inside of the Pullman ears upholstered and carpeted TUES.-WED.-THURS. PAL NIGHTS 2 admitted for the price of 1 '' t*».M» •»"' Selcx-tcd Shorts • s l'«i:i) .Miclncjlil 'jiliotr 'I lim-Mlay ll:0fl |>.st. e 7th Commandinent «i)M—l),iri»p Facts lor AiliiKs Only LISTEN TO KLCN —U;15 —4:30 pjii. Phone Blti m Phone Roxy' 333 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, i<J40 \ COURTS Routine cases of municipal court (nri * i Past sevml sessions have mclutel a number of charges. . drunkcn- SUlts Wlth on good be- bnv » o in, ,' ° hcrs Pilld an << s °™ »"«> wnt o the county farm to work out their /incs, F - Slni «n. who was found of a charge of violation of overdraft law. was lined 510 was granted an appeal to circuit court with bond set at $75 Harvey Pcrmenter of Luxora, whose car figured , In a highway accident more than a week ago, 1f " Cd , * 100 on a chai 'B« °r ling while under the Influence r i I|U ? 1 i. a "" "' Rs 81'anted an appeal with bond set at 5250. Failure to flop at the permit Matton almost cost Oscar Miller ?5 Dul the fine was suspended after he entered a plen of guilty. Charles Fleeman was held to circuit court on a charge of forgery and uttering after waiving prelim-t I"")' Bearing. 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