The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 29, 1940 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 29, 1940
Page 4
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•PAGB'FOUX BLYTOKVILIK (AUK,) COUSIKR NJ5WS 'i'HUKSLUY, FKBKUAIU' 29, i> Red, While and Blue Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Bible class, First Metlio- dlst church, meeting with Mrs. Uc Armstrong. 7:30 o'clock. Executive Board, Woman's MIs- slwary Union, l-'irsl Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. J. Rocigers. Mre. Hush WlitUUl entertaining Friday pudge club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock Bt Hotel Noble, FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia - COPR. IS»0'lY Ntk «n»lCt. IKC. t. M. UK, V. S, PAT. off, Breakfast, Dinner anil Biltlgc Honor Bride-Elect Breakfast, dinner nn<l bridge parties during the past two days have complimented Miss Tlielmn Worljitngloii, who will become the bride of Hermon Carlton Monday afternoon, Local members of the Delta Delta Delta sorority, ol which Miss Washington Is a member, entertained for her last night will) m bridge parly al Ihe home of Misses Sarn Jo and Virginia Little. I!e- sides ten Tri Deltas, guesls were Miss Maiirinc Branson mid Miss Frances Llille. The sorority colors, silver, gold and blue ran throughout (he party for wlilcli (lie feature decoration was R wedding scene arranged on the mantel. A bride uutl groom stood against a background of three Deltas reflected In an oval mirror on which was hung tlie Crescent, moon and three stars of Delia Delta Delta. Pansies and pine trees, symbols of the sorority, were arranged about, Ihc scene which was Illuminated UJ' miniature cathedral tapers in while candelabra. Bridal tallies and blue and gold score pads were used for the bridge games. On the salad plates served at the conclusion of Hie sjnines were also arranged open face sandwiches cut in shapes of Deltas and Crescents, and yellow iced cakes decorated with silver and bine. The gift, packages were also the three colors. Miss Frances Little received high score prize. The guest of honor was prcsenled glassware: Mrs- William Lawshc was hostess lo eight guesls for a breakfast and bathroom shower yesterday morn- Ing for the bride-elect. Tink swept peas, yellow roses and while narcissuses formed the centerpiece of Ihe dining Inble while ' placccards were miniature bouquets ol sea shells pninlctl in the various spring colors. -Her fiance shared honors with -Miss Worthineton Tuesday night • when Ihcy were entertained by the Rev. and Mrs. James A. Ovcrliolsor •til a buffet supper. Included in llic eight guests was Van Elliott, of Osceoln, who is to be an usher in the wedding. A blue bowl of white phlox and yellow roses flanked by yellow tapers in double holders was used on" llic dining lablc..In the living room; bright shades of .spring blossoms were arranged. Two contests followed supper. As the winner, Miss ' Worthingtou was presented a piece of .silver. Club Organizes Luella Barnes was elected president of the J. G. G. club which was organizer! yesterday afternoon ill a meeting al the Barnes home. Olhcr officers chosen were: Geneva Shiblcy, sccrclary; Aline Peck. Ircasurcr; Jane ShcKon, reporter; Ann Wecduian, program cliainnan. The club will inccl Tuesday at the home of Jane Shell on, 309 Dougan avenue. Plan Fellowship Program "The Significance of Fellowship 1 ' is -Hie subject of Ihe program being arranged by Mrs. James Hill Jr... for the meeting of the American Association of University Women Saturday at 12:'30 o'clock at Jhc, Hotel Noble. Miss Monta Hughes. Miss Elizabeth Mciienry and Miss Emily Dale Gray will be hostesses for the meeting. The program will be concerned with llic million dollar fund for fellowship which the University Women arc raising. The local chapter is in the Southwest central New Vndtr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Bits of News Mostly Personals "If they had to put an extra day in the year, why couldn't they a-put it in dunn' vacation?" droup which has a quota of $40,GOO of which $31,000 1ms already been raised. Awards yo to women who arc yood students and who arc interested In continuing their education. Women who have received these awards in the past, arc now carrying on research work in various lines, botany, history, ancient literature, medicine etc., many arc college and school administrators uul many others arc outstanding n other phases. At Saturday's meeting, Mrs. Hill ill present a pageant. In which the work of outstanding fellows will be depicted. Has Initiation Service. An Initiation service was held at the meeting of, the Order of the received the prize in the contest of pinning the car on the rabbit. Refreshments of ice cream and birthday cuke were served. Favors were balloons and hals. Culiu Is Program Subject "Cuba" was the subject, of, the program led by Mrs. B. A. Lynch rcsterday afternoon at a meeting of Chapter D of the I J . K. O. sisterhood at the home of Mrs. W. C. ;ates. Mrs. Lynch, who has visited in Cuba, was assisted in presenting her program by n guest speaker, Mrs. A. G. Little, who has recently returned from a trip lo that, country. A salad plate was served the 1 members al (he conclusion of the program. Mr. and Mrs. I,. L, Hpalliinjs, of Oklahoma City, arc visiting Mrs. Hpallings' parcniji, Mr. and Mrs. J, L. 'Nal;ers, for a week Mr. and Mrs. Claude P. .-::oagln Jr. went to Memphis today where Mr. Sco(ji;in is ntlendlng a G. M. A. C. meeting. They plan i>>icUirn tomorrow. Phillip Williams, who at lends the nOA Radio Institute in Chicago, came this morning tn spend Ills spring vacation here uiili his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w Parker. He will probably be here lor five days. Mrs. Harold Schncc is expected to return the last of this week Irom Jonesboro where she lia.s been visiting her parents. Joe Isaacs returned yesterday from Memphis where he h:ul been undergoing treatment at tlie Mclli- oilLsl hospital. Mrs. Isaacs went down for him. He is resting fairly tvcll today, Mrs. Louis AppScbamii sprit yesterday In Osceola with her pin cuts, Mr. nml Mrs. Wolubcrg. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnti. county home demonstration ngeul. ac:om- janiect by Mrs, J. A. p.iyne of Dogwood Ridge, Mrs. W. M. Lewis, of Dell, and Mrs. W. l.emard Smith, of Annorel, went to Lcacli- 'lllc today to meet with the year- look committee of the Leachvilk 1 Home Demonstration club. Mrs. Murray Smart was removed ast night to the Blytheville hos- illal where she will undergo treatment for several days. Mrs. Lynn Smith, Mrs. T.uplcy. Mrs. Amzie Cnldwell and Mrs. L. L. Lumsden, all of Giirulhersvillc, Townsend No. One Club To Have Party Demonstration Club News Notes Appoint Chairmen Chairmen of various committees of the Gosnell Home Demonstration club were elected Tuesday iif- Luxora Baptists Call Rev. Ralph L. Douglas LUXQRfi, Ai-k., Feb. 29.—The Hcv. Ralph L.. Douglas, pastor of the Baptist Church of Gould, Ark., has accepted a call to the pulpit of the Luxora Baptist Church, as announced- by Mrs. J. I, Mifflin, church clerk. The Hcv. Douglas will begin his pastorale on March 10. Client yesterday afternoon here. Mrs. Malt Monaghan returned yesterday from Memphis where she underwent, a minor operation. She is able to be out. H. F. Kelsey Jr. is in Memphis today for a G. E. I. C. meeting. Eastern .star ut the Hall Tuesday night, when Mrs. Marvin Crlllcn- deh was inilialcd. Miss Mnrsaret Snide is also i new member of Ihc group, having bcfcn a member of a Memphis chap-I Members of the Townsend .Club lef. • i No. one will be entertained at Twenty nine members and one • a parly tonight prior to their visitor, Mrs. a. P. Hill, of the llayti chapter, were present. Tlie Monellc chapter which WHS weekly meeting tomorrow night at the court, house. T. W. Ctoforlh Is arranging for invited lo altcnd Ihe meeting was ; tonight's parly. The meeting lo- imublc lo do so. but the local j morrow night which begins at 7:30 chapter announced plutis lo have. them as guests at another, mcellnR in Ilin near future. Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed. o'clock is open lo the public. lernoon, Feb. 20, at the home of Mrs. L. C. Dorrls. Mrs. p. A. Dormer was renamed poultry chairman. Others elected were: Mrs. G. W. Uunn. clothing chairman; Mrs. w. J. Bunn, recreation chairman; Mrs. ft. F. Temple, cporler. Nine members and two visitors were present for (he ((Hilling in the morning. Ihc luncheon nnd the afternoon program. Mrs. Roy Crawford assisted the hostess In serving the lunch. Mrs. A. C. OiifliK presided over the business session. Each member answered roll call by telling of Improvements she had made or is planning to make as soon as weather conditions will permit. Mrs. Doris gave a demonstration in smocking and made timely suggestions on planting and cultivating early lomiilotti. A general discussion was held on early gardening and types of seeds for planting. An exchange of patterns, recipes and ideas on home making a/so made up the afternoon program. Plans were made lo have a shower lor a specified family. A commit- ' tee was appointed to select a gift j for Mrs. L. M. Boytl, who is in tile Blytheville hospital. Before adjournment, the three members having birthdays in this month drew presents from a box in which the gifts were placed. The next, meeting will be with Mrs. Donner, March 5. Read Courier News w«nt ads With a 28 per cent salt bathers find It impossible In Great Bait Lake, Utah, strong is the saline 60lut(t j n novice might easily '' enough water to cause sli tlou. COLDS For quick relief from the misery of colds, take 1>GG Cause Uls 6! U4uld • Tablets - Salje • Ho JIEDEL )ne of the smartest of the day dresses for southern resorts is this •til, white and blue silk model, nit on modified princess lines. The vide navy blue panel, set into he front of the dress from throat o hemline, is edged with a nar- •oiy red band. T!ie liieli beret is of vhite piiiue, dotted with navy ami finished with a red grosgrain bow. TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY All ('lull Members Attend Ftriilgc Party All the members of the Town iiul Country club attended the ,mrty given yesterday afternoon at ihe home of Mrs. 0. W. Parker. Mi's. C. Moctingcr was high and Mrs. G. G. Caudill, second high scorer in the bridge Refreshments were served after the Hits nirdulay Piuly Twenty three friends ol Junmic Lee Moore wished her happy birthday yesterday afternoon when they were- cnlcrlained at a party at the homo of her parcnt.s. Mr. and Mrs. Boycc Moore, 115 East Cherry street. The hostess was Hirer: years okl. During the afternoon, her guests played several games. Salllc Cavitt At The Hospitals Illythcvillr. Hospital A. M. Van Winkle, city, iulmitled. Irene Bellinger, Manila, admit ted. Mrs. Murray Smart, city, admitted. Mrs. Joscfa Vcncgas, Luxora. dismissed. Mrs. Eunice CJoss, Leachvillc, dismissed. Walls Hospital Bcrtlia Martin Lindsey, Osccola, dismissed. Geneva Alexander, city, admitted. Marriage Licenses Thirteen couples linve applied ;i the Blytheville office of ttic counts court clerk for licenses lo \vecj dur ing tlie past ten days. Names o the couples and the officer or min isler performing the ceremony, i listed, follow: \Vllliam Howard Johnson aiv Miss El wand a Christ I IIP Ferrel both of Canithevsvllle; J. .C. Ken nedy and Miss Ada Potter, bot of Manila, by Majislralc T. L Cflssldy; Howard Dcl'riest 'jr., an Miss lluple Works, both of Steel by Magistrate Cassiily; Conic Wheeler and Miss Louise Bryant, both of lAixora. Aldridge Porllock and Miss Eve| lyn Boles, both of here, by C. C. Mans; O'Neal Lambert, and Miss Gladys Mnrcvun, both of here; Ralph Graves and Miss Iniojene Melton, both of Stcete, by Magistrate Cassidy; R. C. Marcum mid Miss Margaret Long, both of here, by J. L. Newsom. \Mclvln Edward Ward and Miss Elizabeth nines Coteman. both of Little 'Rock; Ncul Watkins and Miss Susie Nash, both ol Manila; J. D. Fisher and Miss Lavcuin Lee. bolh of Caruthcrsvillc. by Magistrate Cassidy; Sam D. Whittle, Wanlei! to liny Good used Cash Register. Apply 013 So. First. Phone [105, 23-ck-5 Just Received— New color conibiiuition in tlie popular David I,ce Welch, city, admitted, of Blytheville, and Miss Hazel Mrs. Clyde Johnson, city, acl- miUcd. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mre. A. D. I-'icldcr. .Slcelc, admitted; Sam U. Weiss. Joiner, admitted. Shirley Kulli Hoyl. Lcachvillc. admitted. Skclton. 'of Tyler, by Magistrate Cassidy; Ligc Forrester and Miss Ovclla Murphurce. Ijotli of Elowah, by W. J. LcRoj. It takes Iwo Ions ol rose prlal lo make one ounce of altar ol loses. X> Docs not rot dresses, tlocs nut irrifitc skin. 2. Nowaiiiugtodtv.CanbcuscJ . righi after siuving. 3. Instantly slops pcnpiuiicm foe I to 3 days. Removes ojor ftora pcnpiiition. 4. Apurc,vihi[c,grcjsclcis,s[jin. . less vanishing ctcam, 5. Artiii has been a««dnl the . ApprovalScalgfihcAuiaiun IiWMutc of Laundcting lot being harmless to fabrics. 23 MILLION jars ol Auid Uavebeen aold. 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