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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 28, 1940
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WEDNESDAY, FKBKUAUY 28, 1940 BLYTIIKVILLB, (ARK.) COtilHEll"NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Prosperity club meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. N. Fardeecy at Luxora. Order of Eastern Slar meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. Young People's club, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring "lucky bingo" eight o'clock at Hull. Mrs. M. T. Burr entertaining Double Four club al Rustic inn. O. M. T. club entertaining with dance at American Legion Hut, nine o'clock. Mrs. Ilussell Farr entertaining Delia Contract club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs, Clmrlcs Crigger Jr. Mrs. G. E. Keck having Thursday Contract club. Mis. Tom Brndsher entertaining Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs, J. A. Leech. Mrs. M. T. Burr entertaining Double Four Bridge club, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs, A. comvay having Mid- Week Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS • Executive Bonrd, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist chnreh, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Mrs, Hugh Whitsltt entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY -CW. 1940 BYKCAJUWCC, INC. T.M.««. U. 5, Mr, 0/f, By Sylvia Have Steak Dinner Twenty six members of the Men's club of the First Presbyterian chinch were entertained al a steak dinner in the social rooms of the church Monday night. A technicolor picture tracing the development of the soda water business ai-'il the progress of bottling companies was shown by VV. Owen Blue following dinner. Games of dart ball were played after the filzn. * * e I Ins Club 1'arly Miss iPatty Shane entertained members of the Double G club and five guests with a party at her home last night. Besides the mcmoers, guests were: Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, Mrs. Charles More-head, Mrs. H. P. Kcl- sey Jr., Mrs. James Hunt of Manila, and Miss Virginia Uttle. A dessert course was served after the games in which Miss Mary Spain Usrcy was high and Miss Frances Little, second high scorer. The guest prize Mrs. Morehead. presented to Cemetery C.rcup Meets and the caring for the Maple Grove Cemetery during the summer months were discussed yesterday afternoon at n meeting of the group al the home of Mrs. Sallie Hubler. Tile hostess served hot tea cakes at the conclusion of games. :? * * Bridge Club Meets Members of the Tuesday Contract club met yesterday afternoon al (lie home of Mrs. John R Reinmiller for a parly. A dcsscrl course of lemon pie and coffee was served after the games. High score prize went to Mrs. V. o. Miller and second high to Mrs. V. G. Holland. lias Birthday Party Wanda Leah Barham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Russell Barham. entertained 32 of her friends with a parly al her home Monday afternoon on the occasion of her tenth birthday. Four prize winners were announced for the games and contests which were played from 3:30 lo 5:30 o'clock. They were Jane Nicholson, Martha Taylor. John White and Chirles Leggcll. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Mrs. O. J. DeWoody of Little Rock, houseguest of the Barhams, assisted Mrs, Durham in serving ice cream and birthday cake to the guests. Favors were miniature baskets of Easier eggs. I.s Hostess 'I'n (,'liib Mrs. George D. Pollock was hostess to members of the Cily Contract club nnd three guesls, Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. Mrs- yesterday afternoon. Spring tallies were used for the Lily.olMner spent Tuesday niter- noon In Dexter where they met with n committee of p. K. O. members and mn<le plans for the 1111- mial convention, svhlch will tnke place in April. Mr, nnd Mrs, O. AY. Chtllon were Monday visitors In Memphis. Hiirlon Moffit Ims been 111 nl Ills home several days with tonsllllls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry liidglcy and ion. Charles Dnvld. ami Mrs. Charles Rldglev spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday In SI. lx>u!s, Miss Nlnl Ridgley, who hus completed her six months' nurses' training nt SI. Luke's Hospital there, received her •np Tuesday night. "This butcher's too expensive, but Mac always slops anyway —he likes to look at nitc things." Mrs. Harry Kirby was high and Mrs. Gee, second high scorer. * ,* * All Club Members Attend ISriilgc I'srly All (he members of the Tuesday club attended the party given yes- :erday afternoon by Mrs. Murray Smart at her home. Mrs. Jesse Taylor was high and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, second high scorer In the bridge games. The lostess served n salad plate, Z * s Vuxiliary Discusses Home mission Offering The home mission offering was discussed Monday afternoon hy lumbers of the Junior Girl's Aux- litiry of the Firsl Baptist church which met, Monday afternoon al the home of the leader, Mrs. J. J. Ewing. Envelopes Cor the offering and juris for the program lo be given next week were passed oul lo the neinbers. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, leader of he Young Peoples department of the church sent the Girl's Auxiliary a box of home made candy which the hostess served with sandwiches. The five present were dismissed with prayer led by Marguerite Graham. Launch Campaign Al Assembly Dinner The spring campaign for the Sunday school of the First Baptist church was launched last night at a dinner meeting of S2' members of the Workers' Assembly. Dinner was served by members of the Young People's department under the leadership of Mrs. Marian Williams. Decorations for the tables which were arranged In the shape of a cross were in keeping with the spring scheme. Russell Daugh, superintendent of the Sunday school, was in charge of the program which consislcd of a discussion of campaign plans and informal testimonials given by new teachers and workers. Daughter Born A daughter was born lo Mr. and Mrs. James Wells al Walls hospital lasl night. The baby who weighed six pounds and ten ounces, has not yet been named. Speaks To Manila Group Mrs. Harry W. Haines. president of Hie Junior-Senior Parent Teacher association, was the principal speaker at the Founder's Day program of the Manila Parent Teachers association yesterday afternoon al the Manila school. The subject of Mrs. Haines' talk was "Aims and Ideals of P.T.A." The program was opened with a Chester Caldwell and Mrs. Loy W. W. Fowler, supcrin- Wclch for a party at her home lendent of schools. Mrs. Harry Cowan discussed "The History o the National P.T.A." and •jiJimg .ami-;, wcic "sen ior uic me ivauonai I-.-I-.A. and j,i rs _ a group 01 Iriends at her home samcs in which Mrs. L. S. Benish Raymond Fox, "The Hislory of the Monday with six tables of bridge, was hinh ami Mrs rJncr>nn nrnflnn 1 nrnl PTA" A rm.,,t n » x* n.^^i, ;,* IT,., ~ ft _..., ,, was high and Mrs. Roscoc Crafton, second high scorer. The hostess served refreshment: at the conclusion of the games. * » * Arc. Guests Of Club Mrs. Charles Penn and Mrs. Ellis Snipes, of Sikeston, houseguesl of her mother. Mrs. H. L. Chambers, were the guests of Mrs. Harman Taylor yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Tuesday Afternoon club with a party at her home. Refreshments follower! the bridge games in which Mrs. Sntpc.s was hi«,'h and Mrs. i'cnn. second high scorer. Entertains Bridge Chili When Mrs. Hunter C. Sims entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge club with a party al her home yesterday afternoon, she also had as her guests, Mrs. R,. N. Ware of Tallnlah. La., who is visiting her here. Mis. Everett B. Gee and Mrs. A. Conway. A ."Piing bouquet was used In I lie center of the dining table »t which guests were scaled for lunch. In the games which followed, Local P.T.A." A quartet,' Myroi, Byrd. Thelma King, Novis JollilT and Sherlock Powers, sang "Quilt service concluded the program A Iwo tiered white birthday cake with candles was cnl during the social hour which followed. The cake formed the centerpiece of the tea table which was also decorated vith pink and white carnations. Caru liters ville Society—Personal Kueky Nine Mcels Miss Mary Jane Corbctt nnil Mrs. George Glozicr were guests of the Lucky Nine Club when It met Monday night at the home of Miss Mary Mehrle. High club prize, handkerchiefs, was won by Miss Mary Myrtle McAilhur. Miss Cynthia Robinson :tit for consolation and received a box of Pink clover soap. At Ihe close of the evening the hostess served a plate lunch and coffee. 1". E. O. illccls "~ Miss Nelle Lee Dorroh and Mrs. Chas. Dorroh were Joinl hostesses to nineteen members of the I'. E. O. at the home of Mrs. George Crockett Monday afternoon. Following a short business meeting Mrs. E. G. Roland had charge of a program on "Home of Famous Americans." Mrs. RoLnnil discussed various types of architecture and illustrated her talks with a number of pictures of famous homes. After the program the hostesses se-r'vd refreshments of Individual cakes, ice cream, mints and nuts and coffee. ,\ red and green coloi scheme was carried oul in the refreshments. * » * New Monday Night Club Meets Miss Elizabeth Brcnl was hostess to (he New Monday Night club al her home Ibis week. High score prize, a potted plant, was won by Miss Tcnnc Tipton. Miss Beatrice Judy Jenkins bridgocd jnd received a vase. At the close of the evening the hostess served moulded salad, sandwiches, cake top|Kd with whipped cream and cofree. .Business Or Sports W. Bits of News Mostly Personal* J, E. Whilworth who was stricken with a serious heart attack yesterday afternoon was removed to Walls hospital where he is In an oxygen tent. This Is the fourth .serious attack which hiis caused Mr. Whltworth to undergo hospital treatment recently. His daughter, Mrs. Clifford Ooyner of Union City, Tenti., who Ims been with her hither, is still here. Jack McCuiston who attends Columbia Military Academy at j i Columbia, Tcnn., spent the'week end here with lib parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. McCuiston. Dr. F. Don Smith will attend ihc Northeast Arkansas Dental society meeting in Joncsboro tomorrow. J. F. Smoot ol Lllbourn, Mo., who has been confined to the home of his daughter. Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr, since October, Is steadily improving.-. Miss Carolyn Haley and Mins Ulllnn Shaver, of Manila, spent Ihc week end here with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hiiley nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W, W. Shaver. Miss Haley had ns her guest. Mrs. Brown Sundcrson, also ol Manila. Mrs. Charles A. Hindman, who underwent treatment for a sinus infection at Memphis Mcthodlsl hospital Insl week, returned home Sunday. Mr. Hindman motored do™ for her and their daughters, Ann and Kay, who had spent ihe week with Mrs. Hindmmi's mother, Mrs. E. Wells, of Memphis. Mrs. O. J. DeWoody, of -LllUc Rock, returned to her home yesterday after having visited her brother, Russell Barham, nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Bnrhnm, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Mrs. M. T. Moon motored her n.s far as Memphis. Mrs. Ethel Miller who lias been quite ill, has been removed to Walls hospital where she was given a blood transfusion. Dr. H. A. Tnylor will attend the 4Dlh Rotni-annual meeting of Ihe Northeast Arkansas Dental society in Jonesboro tomorrow. Joe L. Scruggs is receiving treatment for a fracture and dlsloca- Jon of right arm and shouklor ul Blytheville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson, and daughter, Mary Nell, who formerly occupied the house at 530 North Sixth Street, arc moving today to !!3 Kentucky avenue, where they will make their home. FACE I'lnids nrc iho Wg news lhi.s sprint; mid big jilnlils like these arc appropriate for sporls outfit or business suit. The Miigle-bTOistcd coat is typical ol tin; innjorlly of this spring's styles. First Nightcrs Meet The First Nightcrs, a newly organized bridge club, met at the home of Mrs. j. c. Davis Monday cvlriing. Guests were Miss Esther nnrkcvitz of Hayti and Mrs. Robert Grossc. High score club prize, a spotlighl bed lamp, was won by Allss Marine Baird, and Mrs. Grosse won high Bucst, a scl of ash trays. Miss EloisD Davis received book ends for Joiv. and Mrs. R. W. Baird bridgocd and received Easier candy. Refreshments consisled of ribbon sandwiches, pear salad, date roll and coffee. Mrs. Wilks Ihitcrlaius .f Mrs. Frank ,1. Wilks entertained i. a group of friends at her home . If Hirer in the afternoon and three tables that night. In the ^afternoon, high score Parly." The candle lighting prize, a figurine, was won by Mrs. .i™ r^nr-inrt^ «,„ " Farm Couple Develops George Glozier. low by Mrs. Byron Ward, who received handkerchiefs, and Mrs. Kennctt Uillman bridgocd and received a vase. in (he evening Mrs. John While ivon a vase tor high score pri»;. Mrs. Wynian Dillman bridgocd ant! won a nut dish, and Miss Garnet mother-in-law, should yon call her "My mother"? . If yon nre Introducing » member of your family whose lasl name is different from your own, is it necessary to give the lust name? What would you do If— When you receive ;i promotion, number of friends and business acqualnlances write letters of congratulation. Would yon- fa) Answer them? tb) Feel they do not call lor an answer? Answcrs* 1. Yes. 2. No. "How do yon do?" 3. No. For it is not at all acces- sary for a woman to shake hands. •t. No. For though yon Hall was awarded handkerchiefs for low score prize. Mo i-» T' i ' Illc lloslos5 served a .salad and meat I urkeys \ desert course and coffee. mean to be nice, It is n c'lnfus'lt.,, designation. Say "Hob's mother" or "My mollicr-in-law" 5. Yes. Best "What Would y«j Uo" solution—(a). •' (!It!I , Ur , JU | lllrl ,, |ls „ 6 V ..... , . ' "kc the Irolil herringbone above '".,"' c n(>st conservative business 1. Is "Miss Jones, I want you to , i , r, Y ! "" H llko lhc <l««l>le-l»reastol know my husband" a correct in- ^ ol(! smglc-brraslcd fly and troduction for a wife to make? shortness of coat. 2. fs "Pleased to meet you" a correct response lo an introduction? 3. If you arc introduced to a woman, and she does not offer to shake hands, should yon feel «.hc Is being deliberately slnnil-oflish? ' " you arc Introducing your Mind Your Manners Plm'ds, Long St^in ciarcl Dress Foi' •Undergrade, Make Business few By TOM W'Ol.K NHA Bcivleo HUH Coiroijlouitail NEW YOHK.-Miim's NOT Uic word. It's dad. So coin foil u bio and so colorful are men's spring clothes Hint (lis wife Isn't going (o sec one thin dime -lor her now Raster outill until you've done yourself up — not brou'ii, but blue- or gray. Mnyhe you never went lo col- Iw, but your now .suit dirt, The snappy plulils so popular with un- drrjjriuluntRi linvo como off the rumpus lo oiit-dlslnnce the over- popular chalk-stripe. Trick designs appear everywhere, from plaid- ttltliin-pliiid on sports Jackets to liN'rlngbonc on even (lie most conservative business cults. H you'll remember llwl there's n war iibro.ul and Hint materials nmy therefore become Biartu, you'll iiiHli'iMnml Ihe swing Hits' year to sln^le-braislcd sulu, it's tough If you're thin, but Is somc- wluil offsel by lonser-thun-usunl suit coiils, liconomy iisnln rears Its ugly head in trousers, which arc narrower; In overcoats, which are two to threo Inches shorter; and hi Ihfi nppmnincc ol iniuty two- >lcc« Instfiid of three-piece suits. There are, Allah be praised, irnctlcully mi fmis in suits, Most bucks tire plain—no bulls, no pleats. Shetland* nnd Sii.vonlcs uc particularly popular tor suits, while tweeds gel the cull In top- coitt.H. OiilslniKiini! iopconl miKlfl is very slioi L—Just bclmv tin- linte.s. Sln- !!lc-brcnsl«l, with lly-lronl, U Is .slightly lilted, but loose enough for comfort. I'LKNTY OF COLOR IN AOCKSSOltll'.S Most iicu-ssorles look llko a pint to innkc us men,-unused to matching niiniy varied lines, buy color charts, There is plenty nf color In nc- cmorlcs, and In order to look well, tii« imcs should bo carefully hurmonl/.i;d. Wool .socks nre snuirt- ttil. Wool lies iiro coining up fust. There arc even some wool suspenders (his year, In extra wide M/.cs. Tho suspender people, incidentally, have Introduced n trlok tivo- color brace. Tim halves nearest thu tie arc one color nnd design to millt'li (be tie, while Ihc oulsWe halves lire another color nnd pattern to match the shirt. Shirts will be- a man's only ccm- sm-nllvc stitch, if the experts hnvo (heir way. Solid colors—blue,-, and whltes-easlly win mil over stripes here. ' with tiuttan-downs In Ihe holBhl of fashion, you perennial collar-pin fosors can save wear nnd Icar on your vocnbtilnrlc.s. Ore word of warning: necm.iwile 1 ; nre ucconLs, nol motives. Gay ncctis- •Ii't, are swell for simple, solid stills, nulr-llils Is isistcr, and It you're in plnld from hoiul lo fool, you'll 'sound like the Fourth ol July. Name Committee To f- • Guide Scout Troop'^ 'Ilia sponsoring of a local Boy s i bcout troop by members of the- Lions club was tho principal topic of discussion al the weekly eon meeting of Ihc group at thej Hotel Noble. '-s Oscar Bailey, Farmer England^ and Hormtin Taylor Here appointed' as a committee to take chares of ' the organization O f the troop "and '' to act as seoiilijiaslers following formation. At The Hospitals ; Walls Hospital Mrs. Kthel Miller, city, admitted; doldle Dunn, stele, admitted. ' J. E, Whllworth, city, admitted. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. James Wells, city, n daughter, Foster Haven, Stcete, dismissed] Mrs. Fred Bell, Chatter OaX, Mo,, dismissed. Hospllal Joe L. Scruggs, city, admitted. Mrs, Amanda Biunson, Huffman, dismissed. , ...-•;; ,', Mi'iuplik Methodist Hospital ':'; Mrs'. Opal Morris, Basset! ad-" milled. Memphis Baptist • Hospllal Mrs, 0. E. Hllburn, city, ad* milled. Sign the New Register attheRitz In a single summer, two flies win produce u fiitnlly of 5000000,000,000. WED. & THUR. LITTLE OLD NEW TOBK" BRINDA JOYCI T DIVINI . HtHtt HIWIMIOM A !OlS Onlm/.Fox PWu I'aiamniinl News & Comedy Coming 'fucsrtuy, Mutch 26th For « Week's Itun "ftONK WITH THE WIND" ROXY WED. - THUR. PAL NIGHTS 2 aihnlilci) for the price of I GAY THRILLER I COIUMBIA P1CTUKI with Warren William & Joan Vcrry LISTEN TO KLCN . U'.OO a.m. —U:48 pm. —4:30 p.m. t'hone KHz 284 Phone Saxj 333 Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering Ihe following miestions, then checking agafnst the authoritative answers L Spring topcoats slimv strum; ilrsli:iis '' l;lills slluw up tills spring even '•• "•- ' .... Methodist Training School Date Is Set The annual leadership Irainint; school for this section of the Jonesboro Districl will he held at First Methodist church March ,')-» according lo announcement made loday. The first class session will be liexl Sunday «ltcrtioon al 2:30 o'clock with the other class nvksioiis to be held at nlijin. The list of courses citfrrccl and the Instructors nrc MH follows: "The Methodist Church and Its Work" by the Rev. Ccril H. Culver, pastor First Church. 1'iuagould. "Christian Edticatinn in the Local Church" by the Kcv. Ira A. Brnmlcy of Conway, executive secretary of conference board of Christian education. "Personal Religion" by the Rev. Robert F:. L. Beardrn. pastor ol church ,i( f.y.wra. "Mission and World Frirndship" by Mrs. Iloberl K l."i- Bcsrden of Luxorn. This schODl is iui/'iiricfl to serve the needs of the tallowing communities mid churches: lilyllicvlllc, Yiiibro, PronilsetJ Lund. Dell, Manila, l.cachville. Half Moon, Lone Oak, Ciosnell, Uixoia. Osccola, Wll- lion. Joiner. All young people ID years nnd older nrc urged lo enroll In one of the courses taught by the Rev. or Mrs. Dcardcn ns these courses arc especially designed for young people. Those desiring more <lctnllcd~~in"- rnrmnlion concerning tile school or any |>arlicular course may contact Ihe Hcv. K. [j. Williams. rf"--«ii director or the Rev. A. W. Harris, clmlrman board of malingers, !l was iinnoiinccd. I'Jimie moths have wings scmbling fenllier funs. CflEHALIS, Wash. (U!>)_..\ farm I Miss Eclitl ' George anil Mrs. Tom j The only letter which (iocs nol couple has the answer to the i[ "'.irisher of Blytheville and Mrs. 1 ccctir in the names ol Ihn stales.! problem; "Who gets the white I GliUlllc Kin -" Ol Sikeston were Wed- their capitals, or the surimmrs of meat?" i nrsdiiy guests at ihe home of Mrs. Uic Presidents of Ibe United According to Mr. and Mrs Ar- ! *' ritnk wllks - I States is "Q." tluir L. Hamilton, there will be no' Mr - and Mrs - W. M. Cryslcr re- ; Good News for Women Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly more family quarrels on the point j 'i irncd Tuesday from St. Louis | From now on, they said, a gobbler I wlicrc lhc y ha( l been visitin/ for ' can furnish enough white meat lo ! 1|1C past thrcc da J's- " ! j.. n juvvi I III. i pass around the entire table. Mrs. B. A. Long, who ha.s been i They developed a breed of turkeys ra»'<"«l lo lier home for the past ! with abnormally large breast" ' ' WCCK WIth '"""Wa. was abic lot — • | 'K-' "1> tor the first Uuie Monday.! Read Ccurier News want ads. ' Dorroh and' MisT'\lrgttila'"'ridl' Try One of Our Delirious PIG SANDWICHES 0!e Hickory Inn Across From High School If you suffer from rheumatic, ar- Ihrliis or neuritis pain, try this simple inexpensive home recipe that thousands are using. Get a. parkngc of Hu-Kx Compound (o- clny. 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