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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 1, 1940
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PAGE TWC DLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY'S EVENTS . American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock al Hotel Noble, Hays Cards With Club. Mrs.- J. L. Nailers played cards with members of the Double Four Brjdge club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. M. T. Burr entertained with a bridge parly nl (lie Rustic Inn. A sandwich plate wns served after the gomes In which Mrs. Raymond Smith was high scoter and Mrs. Ed Cook, second lilyh. • » » liiitige Club Mccfs. Members of the Thursday Dessert" club and lour guests were entertained at the home of Mrs, Tom Bnulshcr yesterday afternoon.- Mrs. Bernard Joggers, Mrs. Boll Givynn, Mrs. Guy Rodgers and Mrs. J. Frank Wilks, of Cnruth- crsvllle, played cards wllh the club. .' Spring flowers and Buster tnlllcs •provided-the seasonal scheme for the party. A dessert course was served before the games. Mrs. Eugene Dickinson wits given the prize for 'high nnd Mrs. John Faulkner for low scorer among the club members, The guest prize went to Mrs. Hob . Owynn. Blooming hyacinth plants were given for tnble prizes. * * • Shamrock Is Scheme Of Bridge Club Parly. Preparatory to the celebration of St. Patrick's day soon, Mrs. Russell Fnrr used the Shamrock scheme for the party which she • gave yesterday afternoon for the Delta Contract club and guests. Besides club members quests were: Mrs. Lloyd SUckrnon, Mrs. Joe Triesclimnini, Mrs. Mnx D. Held, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mrs. VI. C, HlBBinson, Mrs. Jcssce Stilt, .Mis. James Hill Jr. ^Handsome score pads nnd tallies were hi the .shapes of shamrocks which were also the dcmolnnting 'decorations on the sandwich plate served by (lie hostess. Gift- packages were tied In the yellow and green colors. 'Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford received high score prize among (he club numbers and Mrs, James Hill. among the guests. I * * * Has Club 1'arly Spring flowers decorated the dining : table of .Mrs. A. Conway yes- IGfday "afternoon .when she entertained members of the M!d-\Vcrk Bridge club with -a 'bridge Itincli- at her home. '.' "• ,> Mrs. B, : A. Lyucii was presented the prize for having high score in Ihe bridge gomes. * f ' Arc Guests Of Cluli Mrs. Renkerl Welcntoimp and Mrs. Don Smith were guests of Mrs. James Terrs' Wednesday nfl- ornoon when she enlerlalncd members of Ihe ADO Bridge cliib wilh a party nt (he Rustic Inn. Spring Inllies were used lor Uic bridge games In which Mrs.. John Thomns Scanlon was high scorer among Ihc club members nnd Mrs. Smith among the guests. Refreshments were served al the conclusion of the games. > a » Flan Supper Party Plans for a supper to be given Sunday night March 2-1 following (lie presentation of the Purlin program in the afternoon Temple Israel were outlined nl n meeting of (he Ladles' Aid of Ihe Temple at Ihe home of Mrs. A. Nickol in Osceola Wednesday night. f,!i's. William Nickol, of Osceola, was co-hostess. During the social hour, cake and iced drinks were served. ? * * Are. Guests of Club Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. Ed Carl-lee were guests of Mrs. J. ,1. Cookslon yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Thursday ridge club with n parly at her home. High score prize among the club members wcnl to Mrs. J. E. Patterson and among the guests to Mrs. Cnrl-ler. Mrs. Raymond .Schmuek received the (ravelin; pri?.e. The hostess served a dev.orl course o( pie ami coffee. Klltcrljjiis Club Spring flowers decorated Hit- lioine. of Mrs. Charles Hose Wccl- '.iicsday aflernon when .vlie entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge club wilh a parl.v at her home. Mrs. M. A. Isaac's was ;i guest.",'. Lunch -was followed by bridge; games in which Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was high and Mrs, w. H. Minyard, second high scorer. •Tn'.Entertain''for Mrs. George jTciiffcr • Mrs/Oliver Vf'.. Coppcdgc will <.„'- IcrUIn IS gttcst.s with n briri 3C .parly Tuesday aitcrnoon al -i-'yi o'clock ih honor ol Mrs. Cisor?c Pfeuffer who wilh Mr. Pfeuffer mid two children recently cumc here from Memphis to reside. .This is the-second affair which EXPERT BEAXJTV WOKK vALL 106 .Appointment Margaret's •^ pAUTY SHOP RTEDUCK '' SENSIBLY Swedish Massage, Vap. Baths Mrj. Huth lawhon FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Osceola Society—Personal J'rcshinan Class Banquet Billlc Seaton, president ol Hie Freshman class of Osceola high school, will net as toaslinaslcr ni he annual class banquet and dance (o be held tonight at the school when Ihe guests will Include mcm- icrs of Ihe fncully and four former members of the class: Jlmmle laitwrluht and Mary Slmonds ol Memphis. Jean Llle Baiter ot Jonesboro and Dorothy Dyess of Little Hock. The origin and significance of St. Palriek's dny will furnish the theme for the banquet decorations and program, A large crystal bowl of while roses, Die class flower, will center the lable wllh crystal candlesticks holding white liners placed al-intervals along Uic'riin- ler of fern 'and foliage. Shnmrork place cards, autograph booklets anil scrolls containing Irish songs will be given as favors. The program Includes: proccs- I've never liad to work, Kan " can nffonl to put your pritle in your pocket if you put Jii ;> Myclieck, too." lias been given for them since llicy moved here, having; been guests of honor nl a slipper party given by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris. Have "Illi-li" I'miy Members of the Adult Unio:i of the u. T. u. had a "nil*" parly last night at the Kivst Baptist church. Miss Pearl Leu was in chiiiijc of entertainment for the costume affair. Mrs. Everett ifencyenr read "Angelina's First Joy Rtde." A sandwich plate was served wllh pic and coffee after the program. * • * Is Hostess (D Club Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. was hostess to members of (he Thursday Afternoon club and two guests, Mrs. Arthur Vance nnd Airs Bernard Qooch at a party at her home yesterday afternoon. Mixed flowers about (hi> entci'T iniiig rooms and spring lollies for (lies' j'nhies ijavc a spring atmosphere to (he party, After the prizi: in the bridge games had been presented lo Mrs. Arthur Vance, the hostess served a salad plate. Dell Youth Maintains University 'A' Record I'AYETTEVILLK, Ark., March 1. — Jolm M. Stevens dr., Dell, u senior In the University of Arkansas a College of Agriculture, made straight "A" record for (he fall semester, according to Dr. Walter R, Horlnchcr, [lean and director of (he collcuc. Five other students irom Mississippi county were also placed on (he honor roll. Under the .system of ranking Blades at the University, a straight "A" record is considered as a cradc point of 0.00. Other students on Hie honor roll Seniors: Rmh DcMarls Graham U.voss, 5.25; William Avnrncvo Fiiught, niythcvllle. -I.Bl); nnd William Kurlcn Wright, Uassett. •I,G7. Freshmen: JnliAu R. Fairley, Osccola. S.Oli: and Hildrcd Cl'corcc nunch. niylhevllle. •1.H7, Bishop Is To Speak At Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo,. Mar. 1 —Bishoj) John Calvin liroomrielrt. of St. Louis, bishop ovci all Mcth- idlst Churches of Missouri, will M;c«k ii! ihr lorvil Mclhodlst Church Sunday rveniiu;. March 7. •<( Ihe 7:3(1 cveniiir, services. Fol-' lowing Ihe services, an informal ion will lit- held for nishop UroomfieM In I'.uldr A. nccordinc :o an nnnomiccmcnt. today | )V ihr Rev, W. L. Meyer, local'Me'lhod- isl pnslur. t'AKi) or THA.VKS The luniily of Uic Me ,Itm F Bums wish lo (hunk (heir'li icnds for Ihe kindnesses shown them s their recoil lii';oiivcmn\l Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mi's. Charles Morchcad was called to Memphis yesterday because of Ihe .serious Illness of her father, T. H, Lloyd, of Forrest City, who Is In the Veteran's hospital there. Mr. Morclicad, who motored hei down, returned lasl night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Tolcr of Poplnr Ijliiff, will come loclay to spend the week end here with Mr. 'Color's father, F. c. Tolcr, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potier, J. A. Leech went to i'adu;ah, Ky., today to Join Mrs. Leech who was called thcru Wednesday by., the death of her uncle. They- are. expected to return Sunday. '•' /-,, ,1 Neil! need and liun-ey Morris lave returned from Holier Spring's where (hey had spent three days. Mr. Heed attended lo legal business while Mr. Morris visited relatives. They were accompanied home by Mr. Deed's father, .Incite George W. Reed of Ilcber Springs, who will visit him nix) ills family here. Mrs. Eddie Rcgenold and Mrs. Clarland .Gtntngwaler arc spending toiliiy In Memphis. A. G. fihiblcy and daughters, Josephine. Evelyn and Geneva, will go lo Memphis Sunday to spend tlie day with A. Ci. Shlbley Jr.. who underwent an operation' at the Methodist hospital there Monday. Ills mother. Mrs. Shlblcv is with him. Mr. and Mrs. o. W. McCiitchca arc .spending two weeks in Hot Springs. The condition <>! j. E. Whitwortii who is critically hi at Ihe Walls hospital, remained unchanged lo- day, Mrs. j. Nick Thomas wcnl to Memphis Wcdiuwdiiy for a visit with Mr. and Airs. j. Nick Thomas Jr.. and (o l.o with her granddaughter, Jai)i>. who is ill of scarlet few. Mr. nnd A[,-s. ,1. c. Kills left Wednesday for t>a,scagonla. Miss.. for a visit, wifn Mrs. Fills' mother. They plan lo ^o from (litre (o Gulfport, Miss., where Ihrtr . S0 n, J. C. Jr.. is a .student »l (iuUcoast Milllnry Academy. They arc expected to return 'Monday. Mrs. James 11. Clark. Mrs. Loy Welch and Mrs. U u Ilubciicr arc altcmling a suite meeting or the Unilcfl Daughters of (he Con fed- ciacy in Liltk- Rock today. thc Homo Aid Project located near the Jail in the former EilA building. Mrs. E, w. Packard led In the entertainment features of the social period. Circle "C" led nil other circles In attendance with 20 present in the home of Mrs. John W. Edrhig- luit with Mrs. Claude Thomason Mrs. John Brlckey, Mrs. Jinimle Roberts and Mrs. W. B. Klamilgan assisting. Mrs. Lee Maxwell was devotional leader. Piano solos, and a plnno duet played by Mrs. E. S. Driver and Mrs. Jolm Bdrjngton added much to the program. in the social period the gnesls sought to Identify the baby pictures of (he various members. A cash offering: was voled the Housekeeping Aid Project. * * » Literary Club Mcels Mrs, G. llartsill Banks was hostess lo 25 members of the Literary Department of Ihe Osecola Pro- Bicsslve club In her home on Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Mary Epaiin reviewed Die novel "tr i j Hail Four Apples" by Josephine i/iwrence, a humorous novel of the hopes, struggles, economic problems and ambitions ot a typical American family, Mrs. M. L. JSum- ncr of Strong, Ark., was a guesl. Attendance was urged at the meeting of the ('regressive club scheduled for next Tuesday when n musical program based on the Hie and compositions of De liussy will bo presented under the direction of Mrs. John w. Erlrlnglon, Miss Catherine Harwell and Mrs D. ft. WerU. Mrs. Paul Galloway will he hosl- Roy E, Dawson and W. H. Gardner of (he ci(y schools also went to SI. Louis (his week for i he meeting of the N. E. A. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Hiinvcll left Mils week for a Iwo weeks motor trip through Florida. Mrs. Mona Moore, office technician for Dr. Harwell, Is spending the two weeks in Hot Springs studying at the Wade Clinic. J. L Kent of Washington, D. G., spending his annual leave of absence in Osceola wllh his wife, Mrs. Ino/ Kent, cliiof orjcralor at the telephone office. Mr. Kent Is connected with the Farm Security Administration In Washington. Mr. and Mrs. c, K. Uoyd had as Ihclr gnesls ihl s week lior mother, Mrs. Ruth Swansey of Lilbourn, and her sister. Mrs. A. A. Weiss of Kcwanec, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Itelick have returned from Franklin. Term., where they were called on account of the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Robert Herbert. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 19'lvJ rocks. Ben nutlei Jr.; trumpet au:l clarinet duet, nillle Seaton and Emily Sue Sllvcrblatt with Ben Butler Jr. will lead the grand march beginning the dance to which other high scliool students have been invited. During intermission Miss Patty Adklns will present two of her pupils, Glenda Maxwell and UiUlc Hue Thomas In dance numbers. Miss Dorothy Stan- is class sponsor. liridu-Klcct Honored Mrs. John Ulnford While entertained M guests' at a one o'clock luncheon at Hotel Peabody in Mcmiihis Wednesday in special compliment to her sister, Eleanor Andrews of Little Rock, whose marriage to Dr. Lcc Goodrich Scwall of Little Rock is set for March fl. i The guests were Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Mrs. George Adams, Mrs. Godfrey White. Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Allen Scgraves, Mrs. Roy Cox, Clementine Bowcn, Martha j.uie Cartwrlghl, Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr. of Wilson, Mrs. Hayimmd Co.tner, Mrs. .{Sd ward. Tea ford. Mrs. J.VM.' Andrews and" Mrs;' S'. M. Black of uljtie Rock. ';.' . Banielt-Conway Marriage Announcement, of (he marriage of Miss Margaret Barnctt ot Memphis (o Paul Conway Jr.. of Osceola is made Ihls week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Barncll. The wedding occurred in Memphis oil Jan. 21. . ' . • ' The bride is n graduate op the Mnrinnnn high school, wliere she was reared but moved lo Memphis with her parents about five years ngo. The groom was reared in Osceola and allended Osceola high school. He Is employed wilh the Fisher Lime aiid Cement Company lu Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Conway are at home at 25 South B.irksdale. MrUioilist (,'irclrs Meet Mrs. j. u Glascoc. nxslslcd uy Mrs. Sam Coals and Mrs. Knle Chlsnihall, was hoslcss lo 14 members ol Circle "A" of the Mcllio- rtisl Missionary Society in ter home (his week when Ihe rtevn- llonnl was given by Mis. J. A. Gwallney. Mrs. Frank O. Gwlnn had chnrgc of the radio contest lhat provided entertainment during Hip social hour. Mrs. Joe W, Rhodes of Kayoltcvillc. « former member of Ihe society, was a guest. Mrs. Mary Spann was devotional leader lor the 13 members of circle "B" in Ihe home of Mrs. Palmer Stanlon. Co-hoslcsscs with Mrs Slanlon were Mrs. C. E. Uoyd. Mrs. E, W. Packud and Mrs. Elllotl Sartain. A cash offering wns I'otccl itson will review "Unwilling jour- icy", the new book of Dr. C. p. Lee. a member of the faculty of Men of the church." men's or- liitalion of Ihe Presbyterian Church, were hosts to the women of the church far an old fashioned box supper—with the exception ol bidding on boxes—at (lie church Tuesday night. Group singing and conlcsls filled the cvenlnj. The men's learn were declared wi:mci in a contest in which they drew pictures of what they saw in a large mirror of the room. The organization of men meet monthly for inspiration nnd fellowship and to discuss problems of the church. Mrs. Mary Craig of McmphU and Greenville, Miss., is the guest of Mrs. I". B. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Dwiglit H. Blackwood, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Jetllc Driver and son, Jerry Driver, and his muse, Miss Hawks, left (his week for an extended visit in Los Angeles. Calit Mr. Driver will join Ihem in e few weeks, u. n. Black-wood Jr. ha/ been in Los Angeles tor several months. Thomas j. wiugflrtd. accompanied by Ed Banks and Dick Prcw- it(. aUc-nded Ihe Northeast Arkansas Rand Clinic in Jonrsboro Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George II. Deer and children, accompanied by Mrs. Deer's mother. Mrs. Mary Lamb, of Livingston, Ala., spent the weekend here visiting former neighbors, and with his brother. Phillip Deer and family In Whillon. Mr. Drer was cnroute to 61. Louis to attend the sessions of Ihe Nalio-.ial Education Association. Superintendent Mrs. Mary Poitras Weds Robert W. Reidy OSCEOLA, Ark.. Mar. 1. — A wedding of interest to their many friends In Osceota and coniiiuinlly was that of Mrs. Mary uowcn Poitras lo Robert W. Reidy which occurred on Thur.sdiiy cvcnlni; al the Presbyterian Manse wilh (he pastor, the Hcv. L. T. Lawrence performing (he single ring ceremony. Only a small group of friends and relatives attended the wedding including Ihe bride's father, Finley W. Carlwrlght. Mr. and Mrs N G Carlwright, Alartha Jane Cart- wriglH, Mrs. Alary Craig of Mem- plus. Mr. and Airs, volt E. Whit- tnorc. The bride, who was reared in Osceola, wore a spring suit of lavender with black accessories. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hcidy of Birmingham, Ala. He Is a graduate of ihe Slruby College of Pharmacy. Macon. O.a., and is employed at Siler Drug Company in Ibis clly. Mr. and Mrs. Heidy arc at home with Vance Cartwright and Mrs. P. B. Hale until (hey go to housekeeping within a few weeks. Make Delicious } SYRUP AS EASY AS 1-2-3) \ pour 2 cups /BOILING WATER 21 31 over 4 cups addlTeaipoon MAPLEINE , . . ulr, on J Mv km » J PI NTS dil M4PIE1NE SYRUP. 2.o« nt . bolll. of MAPtf INE (la, on 3? pinli. Alio O i,«i lamplinQ flovoi1o(ocdt. A^you^oTQce^. IMITATION MAPLE FLAVOR Head Courier News ««nt nds Kny Your AMH1HCAN KXl'UKSS MONKY OKI)KHS at UOHINSON'S I'riiir Store HEED THIS TIMELY WARNING!! If you'ro arproAchiriR middle-ago (:I8 lo 52) nn-.l [car ilizzy fainting spells, hot flashes—H you notice yourself gct(iiig rcsllcss, cnrnkv moody nnd NKUVOUS lalcly— (hcsc annoying symptoms may lie due lo female funclional distress— So be smart! Take Lydin E I'inkli.-im's Voluble Compound' famous for over 60 years in help"IK hundreds of lluiusniKlsof wcnk rundown, nervous women lo go smiling thru this "trying time." Pmjiliam's Conijioitml is uwtlc especially from nature's own ODIIC- ovcrtnxcil, sensitive functional cause, omrm'j friend." Compound NOW OPEN In Our New Location \\c wish lo announce Ilia) «c have moved from inn- former local ion at 115 iXorlli .Second Strecf (o our newly remodeled buililinij al (il).'i West Main. \VK NOW HAVE hMHWVKI) KACll.lTltOS, INCI.IMJINO A I.AKnii NEW CMM'KL Ulv CUt'TtON HOOM, ETC. \Vntth for AmuummuiMil of Our I'onvuil Opening FUNERAL HOME the co'.iiily superintendent's office here to decide the rc-prcscnlalive from Pcmlscol Comity (o (he Slate fatiulcnl Assembly, to be held in Jefferson city, March 30, county Superintended Harold S. Jones announced yesterday. Miss Puckctt was high wilh a tolal of 197 points out of a possible 220. Six schools in the county were represented, and a Ihrec-way lie resulted for second place, among Miss Virginia Green, Carulhers- ville, Miss Hazel cliflon. Warden, "lid Lewis IX Ciirtner, I3i',iggado- Schools represented ami participating students were: Braggadocio: Lewis D Cuitner Camthersvillc: Virginia Green ami J- W. uimor: peering: Theodore Turner and Marie E. Hawkins; Hnyll: Jacob L, Barkovilz and Gene C. Martin; Steelc: Wilma Pnckcll; Wawlcll: Ha/el Lucille Cliflon and Jack Eugciic Joixlon. Steele Girl To Be County Representative CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Mar. 1. —Miss Wihna Puckctt, representing Stele. Mo,, high school, was the winner or the examination held at IF THROAT ISSORE IF A COLD has given you a miserable sore throat, .--J here's how to relieve tlic £75^ suffering. /^, noTHISrlOW-Mclt a small lump of VapoRub on your tongue and feel ihe comforting medication slowly trickle down your throat— bathing ihe irritated membranes —bringing blessed relief where you want it, when you want it. DO THIS TONIGHT — Rub throat chest wilh VapoRub. Us long continued poiiltice-and-vapor action loosens phlegm, relieves irritation, cases cough- » t\f*\ft± ing, invites %fl^|\d healing sleep. ™ VAPoRus 00325 Sign the New Register at the Ritz FRIDAY 27.7 GOOD REASONS why you should iillciiil. AFTENO BASfMW H«ri»[E TOO/IV fcm FROM DAKOTA WALLACE BEERY • IOHH HOWARD DQtORES DEI Rid • M-O-H Picture Srlccletl sborls Mind Your Manners At The Hospitals '' ISIylhcville Hospilal W. h. Ciaflon, city, dismissed Mrs. E. p. Moore, clly, dismissed J. E. Kelly, Dell, dismissed Walls Hospital Mrs. K. Casey, StceJe. admitted. Nellie Norlluiutt, Armorel admitted. Junior Wright, Manila, admitted Mrs. E. J. Collier and baby cltv dismissed. David Welch, city, dismissed. Memphis Itaplist Hospital . Mrs. Clifford Ktnsr, Manila, admitted. Read Ccurler News want ads. I'cst your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following qucslions, ihen checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Should a small boy be (aught first' motllcr B° lliroiiBh doors -i. Should he 1,0 (might u, a , at . Ins mother at Ihe table? 3. Should children be introduced to grown-ups who call? 4. How should a letter to a mile boy be addressed? 5 How should a letter to a small Bin be addressed? What, would you do If— You have guests, nnd vour school-age child is eating at," Ihe lable. Would you— (a) Keep correcting his (auic manners every lime you think they need it? <b) Not correct his manners when (here are guests, but wait till the family is alone? Answers l.'Ycs. 2. Yes. .'i. Yes. •i. 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