The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 27, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles Rose entertaining Wednesday Bridge club, phapter . D, p. E. O. sisterhood, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. C. Gates. , Ladles'-Aid, Temple Israel, meet ing with Mrs. A. Nlcko), ol Osceola, at eight o'clock. • Delia Delta Delta Sorority having party for Miss Thelma Worthington at home of Miss Jo and MLss Virginia Little. Mrs. J. W. Parker entertaining Town and Country club, Mrs. James Terry having ADC Bridge club at Kiislio Inn. THURSDAY'S EVE.VTS Order of Eastern Star meeting 7:30 o'clock «t Hall. Young People's club, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring "lucky bingo" eight o'clock at Hall. 'Mrs. M, T. Burr entertaining Double Four club at Rustic Inn. O. M. T. club entertaining with dance at American Legion Hut, nine o'clock. Mrs. Russell Piirr entertaining Delta Contract club. >• Thursday Afternoon club inc'Cl- ing with Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. ..Mrs, C. E. Keck having Thursday Contract chJb. "Mrs. Tom Bradsher cnlcrtntniiig Thursday Dessert club. ,i Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. J. A. Leech. * Mrs. M. T. Burr entertaining jjouble Four Bridge club, 7:30 o'clock, " Mrs. A, Comvny having Mid- Week Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS • Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W, J. Rodgers. Mrs. Hugh Whiteitt entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. lliidge Parly Given For.Miss Worlhlnglon Miss; Manrlne Branson entertained 16'guests last night with a bl"jdge party at her home In honor of Miss Thelma Worlhington, whose wedding to Hennon Carlton will be solemnized Monday afternoon. Miss Branson, who is to be n bridesmaid in the wedding, used a pink, white.and blue color scheme in the party .decorations. Bouquets were • of • ijvhHc sweet peas, blue c^nttaosViUKt pink roses, while thc : ;lhr«: colors,nvcrc also .carried out Ih't'he'lriints and (able decani- lions. ; The dessert plate 'served at the .conclusion of the games \vos In pint and white. A pink cake in (lie form of a bosket was filled with fruit while two sweet peas formed the handle by (wining over the cake. Bridal tallies were also in the. two colors. Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Martin, received high score prize and Miss Patty Shane was presented second high prize in the bridge games. The hostess presented the bride- elect glassware. Teaches Mission Stuily Mrs. James Hill taught the lesson from the mission study boot. "Homeland Harvest" yesterday- af- lernoon at the meeting of the Woman's Society for'Christian Scrv- jve of the first Methodist Church at the church. • The first two chapters of the book were discussed by Mrs. Hill. Mrs. B. A. Lynch presided over the short business session and Mrs. Wyatt Henley gave the devotional. Have Two New Members i Mrs. Boyd Tomllnson and Mrs. Will Norman became members of the Woman's Missionary society of the Second Baptist church yesterday afternoon when the group met at the home of Mrs. Earl Walker for a social meeting. The president conducted a short business meeting before Mrs. Sam Lloyd dismissed the group with prayer. ! Thirteen members and sixteen visitors were present tor the socuil affair at which Mrs, Sherman Colbert was guest of honor. , * V i W. M. U. Circles jMrct ; Members of the sis circles of tlir Woman's Missionary Union or tnc First Baptist church were entertained in the homes or various members yesterday afternoon Tor mission study lessons and ctcvo- Uonal periods. Seven members ol Circle One met at the home of Mrs, Robert Grimes to hear Mrs. G. J. Walker give the devotional from the 12th chapter of Romans. Sentence prey- ers for the week of prayer for home missions which will be n«xi week were offered. The miss-ion Study was taught by MIS Roy Head. • Mrs. J. G. Barnes gave (he dtvo- tional from the eighth chapter of Romans for 12 membeis of circle Two who met at, the home of Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Prayers were offered bjf Miss Cordelia Wilhlte. Mrs c E. Parks and Mrs. Kendall Berry, who also taught the mission study Mi's. R. W. Schrocdcr and Mrs! R. W. Porter became new members of Circle Three which met with Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook. Besides the IS members, three visitors were present, to hear Mrs. E. P. Hardin give the devotional from Phllllpians and Mrs, Harry Frltzilis tench tne mission study. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers opened the meeting and Mrs. T. R. Shepherd closed ..the meeting \vJth FLAPPER FANNY COfB.lWOBrN[»s«WU.I«. T, M.BIO.U. S.MT Off "Isn't this funny! We were just talking; about you, officer not a minute ago." [irnycrs. A spcclnl prnycr was offered by (lie'group .for the week of prayer for home missions. Mrs. B, N, Lnnib is n new member of Circle Four which met lit the church. Mrs. B. a. Cnsh liiivc the devotional and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmou, tiie mission study. The ten members were led in prayer by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter nnd Mrs J, It. Webster. Six members ot Circle Five nt- tendcd (lie meeting nt the home of Mrs. J. J. Ewtmj. The dovo- tioiml from the first clmplcr of James was given by Mrs. Arch Llndsey and Iho mission study by Mrs. Ewtng. Mrs. Wnlter Bishop ?avc the opening- prayer and the group was dismissed wllh !he Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Everett Uoncgear was hostess lo ten members and one new member of Circle Six nl her home. Miss Tresslc Allen gave the devotional', land she and Mrs. II L Chambers jcd -In prayer. Mrs. Miirray.-SinVirt taught the mission study. " « r' " V Wan l-'nr I'idnre Unitary Plans for n picture gallery (o On presented March M worn discussed yesterday nllcrnoon at a niectinn. of the Woman's Division for Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist church. Proceeds from the program will be used for redecorating Ilic :hurch. Seven members nnd one visitor, Mrs. George McDonald, of cnruth- -•isville, heard Mrs. W. L. Green 3lve (lie devotional. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs, George Disingcr. * * * f'oimcil Has Meeting A meeting of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church followed an executive board necling held yesterday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, opener) with prayer by Mrs. Lowe. Chairman of various groups and olflccrs of the Council made their •c ports. Mrs. C. A. Tant was leader ol :he devotional. Mrs. Russell Unv- iam gave ihc scripture from Prov- arbs which was followed, with prayer by Mrs. George W. Barham. Mrs. John C. McHrvney K«oke on 'Religious Education" aud Mrs. M. T. Moon on "Buildinc On Fnitli." The hostesses served Spanish ilc- ght with colfee during the social lour which followed Mrs. James Hill Jr. Speaks At Club Meeting "The Unindons", a novel by An- gcln Thirkell, was reviewed by Mrs. James irill jr.. last night when she wns guest speaker nl the meet- l"8 of the Business and Professional Woman's club at the home of Mrs. J. G. Barnes. The novel reviewed by Mrs. Hill was n story of nu English family wilh emphasis on their country life. A short business meeting preceded the program and m c social hour at, which time the IGth anniversary of the club was celebrated. Miss llnzel Llnsinan was n guest. Mrs. Barnes, assisted by Miss- Louise Simon, served a dessert course nf coffee and pie topped with whipped cream. During this time Id candles arranged In gum- rtron!i on a sliver tray were lighted to symbolize (lie years the Cuib lias been in existence. Bits of News r Mostly Pertowdt Alexander, spent Sunday In Lc- iranto with Miss Dlckson's mother and family. Dr. and Mrs. T. rf. Malign returned last night from a vacation • spent In Mexico. They crossed tne border at Laredo and spent a day In Monterey before going on to Mexico City where they spent nine days. From here they made side trips to Cnemevaca, Texaco, ['neb- la and Toluca. En route home, they stopped In San .Antonio, Tex. They were away for 21-1 weeks. Miss Geneva PflefTer h&s returned to her home in Brlnkley '»tter having visited Iti the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Waggoner, and, Mr. Waggoner for <v few weeks. Mrs. Harry Atkins relumed home Ihls morning from St. Louis where she recently underwent an operation at Bernard's hospital. She had been there since Jan. 4. she is very much Improved. Mrs. Jack Wilson was called. to Comvny yesterday because of the serious Illness of her father. W. C. Leggett went to Oxford, Miss., this morning to attend to business and visit his daughter Miss Hlllie Leggett, who Is a student nt the University of Mississippi there. Mr. and Mrs, J. w. Adams jr.; returned Friday night from a vacation spent In Lakeland, Miami, and other points of Florida, They were accompanied as far as St. Petersburg by Mrs. William Lawshc who visited her mother there and who accompanied them home. Mr. mid Mrs. Dick Potter arid Clarence Webb wont to Memphis last night, to see Eddie B. David who is undergoing treatment at Campbell Clinic. Among the out of town people here for the funeral of Jinl F. Burns Saturday were: Mrs. hewcll Burns, Mr. mid , Mrs. Blan Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray-bom, Mrs. Jennie Atkins, nil of Memphis; LeRoy Brown, who attends University of Alabama at Tuscalooso; a group from Union City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Bond and son, Saminie, of Memphis, spent the week end here wllh Mrs. Bond's mother. Mrs. a. F. Nebhiit, and family. F. C. Tolc-r spent the weekend In Poplar Bluff with his son, Bob Toler, and family. i I Mr. nml Mrs. Bernard- Jaegers. Miss Ruth Dickson and Spencer Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Ccell-Colcman U'eiidhiir Announced Of Interest at Stecle Is the announcement of the marriage ol Miss Mary Evelyn Colemnn to W. F. Cecil which occurred In the home of the officiating minister Ilev. J. S. Compere, pastor of the First Baptist Church ol HayII on (he evening of Jan. 20th, their attendants being Woodraw Bishop awl Miss Frnnklc Qnrrnrd of Steele. Tim bride Is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Colcnmn, formerly of Steelo hut now of Bly- thevillc ami Hie bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cecil find ii graduate of the Sleele high ."i-liool. They will make their home In Kleclc. Hostess To Young Matrons Mrs. Marshall Burroughs was hostess to her Young Matrons Bridge Club and the following guests, Mrs. C, C. Hazel. Mrs. H. E. Docrner, Mrs. A. D. Aberntithy, Mrs. Conrad Frame and Mrs. R. N. Brasher and Mrs. w. H. Catcs «t her home on Walnut Ave. The hostess served pineapple snlntl Mv. crackers potato chips hot lea and coffee. * * a ' Hostess To Bridge Mrs. H. E. Doerncr, Mrs. C. C. [Hazel, Mrs. R. J. Tatoum and Mrs. 'Uan Stecle were hostesses to eight tables of bridge guests Monday evening nt the home of Mrs. H. E. Doeiuer when the George Washington motif was carried out In the decorations which was very effective. There were eight tables of guests •.vbich -included friends from Steele nn<| Cooler and one out of town guest, Mrs. ft. N. Brasher Jr., of Capo GlrarOenu, who is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Talouin. The high score prize went to Mrs. Marshell Burroughs, second high to Mrs, Thelma Thomason, low score to Miss Hazel McAdums and bi-ldgo, to Mrs. Alma G. Copeland. At the close of Die evening a lovely refreshment plate was served. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Dowart Smith and John Ahem have returned home after spending (he past week In Excelsior Springs where they attended a convention. Mrs. van Ambergh of Jackson, Mo., spent the past week here with her daughter aim husband. Supt. nud Mrs. Jack Wimp. Mrs. T. N. Brlggancc nml Mrs. Velmer Campbell nnd son, Jonnle spent Friday in Winna. a .s ijuesl of Mr, and Mrs. Laras McPnll. I hey were accompanied there by Mr. Brlggancc and Jim While who went on to Poplar Bluff on a business trip. Demonstration Club News Notes Child Welfare was the subject ol the program presented at the meeting of the Slmdy Lane Home Demonstration club' Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs W. A. Scott, Eight, members, one new member and two visitors were present for Hie meeting which was opened with a song. A recipe for making a home was given by Mrs J. W, Campbell. "Good Teeth" were discussed by Mrs. J. T. Hipp and "planning the Garden and Canning Budget for (the Baby" by Mrs. F. T. Dixon A George Washington contest was conducted by Mrs. Hipp. Refreshments of a salad plate with coffee were served during the social hour which followed. The next meeting of the group wil' be at, the home of Mrs. S. Goff March Chicago, known ns ' Hie Winoy City, had only two days during 1937 in which the wind readied a velocity of 32 miles per hour TUESDAY, FEBKUAKY 27, 11)40 Whirling Girlie Does a Dietrich when Mrs, Pearl Hill, chairman, discussed plans that, would make interesting discussions for the elub ut each meeting. It was decided that at each meeting, one member would be responsible for a- report on some project or book. After the gifts hod been opened by the hostess, a combination salad and dessert course was served. Mrs. Holder was assisted In serving by her mother, Mrs. B. Long. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Hill's home, March I. Name Daughter The daughter recently bom to Mi. and Mrs. G. W. Oarrclt, has been named Peggy Joan, * * * Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassldy and son, Bobby of Catron, Mo., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs p B. Jim-alt. Mrs. Wyall returned home Wednesday after having spent several days with her soil and family at Armorel. Miss Willie Marshall, Mrs Pearl Hill and Mrs. Walter Hill, of Bly- thevlle, spent Saliirdiiy in Memphis. Read Courier News want. ads. Jane Vaughn bt Philadelphia practices a fast toe spin for national skating meet in Cleveland. Fourth in senior division in 1039, she has title hopes this 3'ear. New Liberty News Lirtlulay Club Meets Members of the Birthday chib were entertained in the home of Mrs. Juanita Holder Wednesday - PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main &, First Phone 141 You Are Assured Of A Dignified Service At Low Cost With One Of Our Burial Policies Call Us For Complete Details Holt Funeral Home I'hdnc 30 Rend Courier News want nds. At The Hospitals Walls llos[iilal 1'aul Howard. 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