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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 5, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •Ladles' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. Max Borowsky, of !v!»nila. Mrs. G. o. Caudill entorlalnlng Tom and Country club. ADO Bridge : c!ub Meeting with Mrs! Otto Scrape. Mrs. W. H. Mtnyard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. - . • Woman'* Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. THUKSDAVS EVENTS AKur society, Church of Uie Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Catholic Hall. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract club. club 28 having dance at Woman's club, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Delta contract club meeting with Mrsl Roltnd Green. Mrs. B. F. Brogdon Jr., having Thusday. Dessert club. Mrs.' Ed Cook entertaining Double Four Bridge club for lunch, con. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs..George Hamilton. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan having Afternoon club. . Prosperity club meollug with Mrs. G. A. George, of Luxora, nt 2:30 o'clock. Cotillion club meeting 1:30, o'clock with Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshe. '' . FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. E. Bamett and Mrs. Theodore : Logan entertaining Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at church. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Mattie Allen. Literary department, Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock at club. Mrs. J. W. Adnms Jr., cnler- taining Friday Bridge club. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal* "I know, 1 know—first you were losin'. Then you couldn't leave 'til you gave the boys n chance to win some of 'cm. back." Taylor and Miss Elizabeth Rceder. all of Memphis; Mrs, Arthur Kirkby of Birmingham. Ala., and Mrs. Taylor B. nice of Rlplcy, Tenn. Following the reception given at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnrlton left on a Southern (rip. Uixm their return here in a week, they will make their home for the present with Mr. and Mrs. Wortlilnylon at 1027 West Chickasawba avenue. For traveling, the bride wore a tuxedo tailored suit with white blouse and black patent accessories. Jr. C,. A. Meets Seven members of the Brooks Junior Girl's Auxiliary of Hie First Baptist church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a program session. Mary Ellen Crawford, program chairman, rend a poem, "Into My Heart" after the period htul been opened with prayer by Uorn Lee Mllhorn - and Sara Hodge. Mary Louise Reeves told the story af "Joanna Who Loved Jesus"' nnd Sara Hodge, the story of "Cirand- ma Plconc." After the program, the Annie W, Armstrong ottering for home missions was taken. Mary Louise- made at a business Ihe Cotillion club Elected to rroYfsionat Conference Mrs. B. A. Lynch, president of the Woman's Division for Christian Service of the First Methodist Church, Mrs. Jnmcs Hill Jr., and Mrs. E. B. Williams were elected delegates to the provisional conference this mO! a meeting yesterday afternoqn-.iit the church. The contei'ence'will be conducted at Conway March 2fl, 27 and 28. Mrs. Hill gave anallicr chapter from the mission study book, "Homeland Harvest." The subject was "An Emerging Leadership." Mrs, W. F. Brewer gave a report of the district meeting Hint was held here Feb. 1C. During the business session presided over by Mrs. Lynch, plans were made /or a special program or organ music to be presented at the church on Palm Sunday. * • • \Vcrk of Prayer Is Observed By Baptists The week of prayer lor home -, — missions which is being observed I Rccvcs dismissed the group with this week by the Woman's, Mission- l' m >' cr - ary Union of the First Baptist I., ' ' ' church WBS opened with services *- ollllio " t'luli To illcct loday when the group met nl the church. Mrs. Theodore Lognn was leader of the program on "Our Concern for the Foreigners In Our Midst" which was opened with a prayer by Mrs. H. L, Chambers and the watchword. Miss Cordelia Wilhite gave the devotional on "C)irist Feeding the Multitudes." .The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor, gave a brief talk which was followed with prayer by Mrs. Carpenter. Mrs. Ben Harrison spoke on "Christ's Concern, Our Concern" and Mrs. Walter Bishop on "Dr. Lawrence." Musical numbers were provided by Mrs. Harry Frttzliis who sang a solo, "Tell It Again" aud Mrs. Alton Jaggers, who played several piano numbers. Mrs. n, G. . Cash. Mrs. Roy Head mid Mrs. " John Buchanan led in prayer. Seventy five members were present for the meeting which was preceded by a short business session. Mrs. w. J. Hodgers was in charge. * * + I'rccdom Is Tlicmc OJ Council 1' "Freedom" was the theme of Die program presented yesterday afternoon at the meeting of \he Woman's Council of Ilic First Christian church at the home of Mi*. James Terry. Mrs. Rupert Crafton was program leader. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe was leader ol (lie devoliona! on the subject. "To Maintain the Spirit of Freedom". George W. Patterson, pastor, opened the period with prayer. "World's Need for Freedom and Freedom For Help" were subjects discussed by Mrs. Craflon. She was assisted in presenting her program by Mrs. Rcnkcrt Wctcnkamp who Finns for n dance to be given soon will be meeting of Thursday night at the home" of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Uvshe at 1118 West Ash street. It, wtis nn- nounced today by officers of Iho group. * *• « Daughter Born A rinughter was born lo Mr. and Mrs. John Lockhart lost night at the Blytlievillc hospital. The baby. who weighed seven and one fonrtli pounds, has not yet been 'named. Mrs. Lockhiirt \g <] Mnry Hays, Has "Tacky" Tarty Tatters and rags and miiiUradive costumes were worn by guests lo he pnrly given by Donna Wmidcr- ich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | W. J, Wundcrllch, Friday nflcr- I loon when she entertained with n •" former jilss Mrs. Frank Gllsson and Infant dnugliler, Gall Page, ar« expected to be removed to their homo from Wnlls hospital the middle of this week. Mr. and Mrs, G. E. CJrlgger Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr., and fion, Charles III, moved today into tlieir home al 801 West Walnut street. Tliey had been oo- the residence at 020 West Walnut street. Claude Wlillwort}), who underwent a tonsllcctomy nt Blythcvjlle hospital yesterday, was home today. removed ing of Ihe American Association of University Women Saturday at the Hotel Noble. Members who participated in the pageant were: Miss Rosa M. Hardy, Mrs. J. s. McCants of Luxora Miss Monlu Hughes, Miss Ell/a- bcth Anderson, Mrs. R. L. llouck of Liixora, Mrs. James H. Bell. Miss Emily Dale Gray, Miss EIIic- Lcc Terrell, Mrs. W. A. Affllck.j Mrs. O. E. Qlicllmnlz. Mrs. Rucl Butler of Lnxoia, and Miss Eli/,a- ticlh McHcnry. Miss Hushes, Miss McHcnry and Miss Gray were hostesses for the luncheon meeting. Place cards designed with flags of various countries were in keeping with the fellowship theme. Yellow predominated in the table decorations of bouquets ol sprini; flowers nnd ta- pcrs. 'Plans were made for n meeting nl the home of Mrs. Jnmcs H. Bell tonight when tlic group will diS; future study periods. The group session. 1 ; will bo scpa- thc regular Saturday Mrs. George Ropp, of Chicago, came Friday morning to be with her mother, Mrs. H. B. OaXes. who is much Improved after having been seriously III of pneumonia. Eddie B, David, who has been in Die Campbell's clinic in Memphis for treatment for seven weeks, returned home Sunday. He is resting very well. Mrs. Emm Archilllon has returned from Memphis where she spent two weeks wllh her daughters, Mrs, E. L Green and Mrs. B. 13. Hoy, and families. White there, she saw the motion picture, "Gone With Ihe Wind." Mrs. Mnry Phillips Robinson Is tiblc to be out after having been ill for a week. Mrs. F. M. Sweet is confined to her home on Lake Street because of a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bickcrslnff were called la Tupolo, Miss., this morning because of the death of Mr. Bickerslaff'.s brother. A. H Bickerstnff. A. G. Shibley Jr., who underwent an appendectomy at the Memphis "Outward Bound" Wins Theater Group Praise CARUTHEHSVILLE, Mo,, Mnrcll 5. — "Outward Bound", Broadway slnec hit now being revived by The Civic Players, local dramatic group, was pronounced nn outstanding success by a small invited group who attended n preview of it here last night. The regular performances will bo presented at the School auditorium here Wcd- y and Thursday evenings at 8:00 o'clock. Much favorable comment arose on (he settings, music and special lighting effects, nil of which were fjcd for by the Players themselves. The characters, In order o( their appearance, were Scrubby, « bar- M, played by George cook; Anne, a young girl, played by Minervn Phillips; Tom Prior, a drunk, Jack Lnngdon; Mrs, Cliv- ilcn-ntuiks, a snob, Margaret Langden; Kcv. w. Duke, n minister. JMbert Harper; Mrs. Midget, a scrubwoman, Judith Moycs; Ling- Icy, a business man, Leonard Lim- Ixnigh; Henry, a young man, Wendell Mayes; and Rev, Thompson, the examiner, Maurice Matin. Miss Dorothy Frazellc acted as stage manager. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, i'J'10 Wilson Society—Personal Sleele-Cooter Society—Personal O.E.S. District Deputy Grand >>ln- Iron Visits Stcclc Chapter Orflclals The regular meeting of the O.K.S. Chapter Inst week at the Steele hall Mrs. Mable Knight, District Deputy Cirand Motion ol the 51sl. talked on "Freedom For All People", Miss Anita Fayc Beck, whose subject was "Freedom From War"and Mrs. Russell Barium who discussed "Freedom in Education." The hostess served collcc and cakes during the' social hour which followed. * * « Other Out O! Town Gucsls Attend Wedding A number of out of town people were here yesterday lor the wedding of Miss Ultima Worlhington ^"S'llcr of Mr. and. Mrs. Raj Worthiiiglon, and Kcnnon Cavl- ton, son of, Mrs. HerniOn Carlion Sr.. of Lake village, which \va< fioleimilzcd at First Presbyterian church. Included in this group were Mvs E, R. Eldrcdgt.^br,' and Mis. Paul Ekah; Mr.- and'Mrs, W. L District made her official visit to the Stcelc Chapter. Tlie local chapter put on Its complete routine of work and following Mvs. Knight's address to tlie chapter Mrs. Kathcllnc Mlchtc presented her with a novelty plaque from Hie chapter. As n part of the program two solos were sung by Miss Blnuch Hays, n visitor accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy Jlamrn. Aflor the clOMiiG ceremony cup cukes and cofTee were served. llOSlcSS To liCIIH'O Ctjll, Mrs. Velnier Campbell was liftsl- .,. r , v , .... 'i css to her Lucky Nine Bunco Club -^..-, parts on her llth birth- m ,d one guest. Mrs. Tom dames were played before Ihe iward for the best costume was irescntcd to Betty Black. An E.ister scheme was carried out In the refreshments .served. Chocolate csgs and pink blrlhdiiy cake were served with Ice cremi, vhich was moulded to depict an E.ister chicken. t * » Study Social Service. 'Social Service" was tho topic of Mrs. T. 1. Neat's talk yesterday iflcrnooii at tlic 'meeting of is nembevs of the Woman's Division of Christian Service of the Uixr Street Methodist church :\t church. the Ihe Mrs. George nisingrr c-,u deve>liom) and Mrs. K ; | Andn-son read nn article Irom the miMlonniv bulletin. Mrs. w. I,, orren conducted -----3 short business session which was;l witli by Mrs. W. L. OIWH. prayer Son 's Horn to Conner Local (Url A son was liovn to the Rev ami Mrs. c. E. JMtton of Ola. Ark at the Memphis Methodist Sunday mori.ins. The baby, who weighed seven at her coimlry home near Cooler last week. The St. Patrick motif wn:; carried out in the tallies nnd decorations. The hlsh score pri/e went to Mrs. ilopucr. bunco and traveling bunco to Mrs. Tom Lewis and low BCOIT lo Jnmes Cawldy. Methodist hospital a week ago. was removed to his home yesterday. His mother, Mrs, Shibley Sr., who had been with him, molored him liotne. Mrs. J. ,i. Traynor Sr., of St. Louis, came Saturday lo spend a week here ivllh her son. John J. Trayuor Jr., nnd Mrs. Traynor. Mrs. T. ,1. Crowder and daughters. Miss Irene Crowder and Mr?. Lillic M3C Matcher, and family have moved Imo the Mutt Scruggs' home on Broadway. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brown, nil of St. Louis, who have been va- cnUonliig in points of Florida for two weeks, slopped here last night as' tlic gne.sts of Mrs. Robinson's mother. Mrs. A, M. Butt, and family. They were accompanied home this morning by the Robinsons' daughter, Snsnn. who had visited her grandmother while they wric away. A. Conway Is. able to sit up today after having been ill for ton days' Allen Slacy. son of Mr. and Mrs! E. A. EUcy, Is undergoing treatment for a throat infection at Willis hospital. lie has been 111 for a week. Mrs. J. W. Wright entered Bly- thcvillt> hospital Saturday night to undergo treatment. Her condition remains about the same. R. B. Stout, who has been ill of arthritis. IMS gone to Hot, Springs where he plans to take trcntmenk for two or three weeks. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. J. T. slack. Liixora, ;id- milled. Mrs. -I. H. Brown, New M'ndrld, dismissed. Illythevillc Hospital Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. John Lwk- hart, cily. a daughter. Sammlc lintton. Manila, db>mi.v,- cd. Claude Whitworlli, city, dismissed. Mrs. Wallace Richardson. Leach-. villc, dismissed. j W. A. Sullivan, Armorel. ilib- misscd. Memphis Methodist Hospital II. C. Brown, city, ndmltlcd. Memphis Baptist Hospital P. N. Chlllon. Urngsadoclo. ail- milled. Clifford King. Manila, admitted Jamc.s Brw. Holland, ndniittrif To Observe Birth Anniversary Of Rashi services in Temple Israel Sunday afternoon at three o'clock will be In observance of tlic 500th vcrsnry of the birth of Haslii, „ French scholar who was among the spokesmen for enlightenment during Hie Middle Ages. Synagogues throughout (lie world arc commemorating Radii's anniversary. The sermon topic of Rabb! Herman Pollack will be "The Life and Work of finshi." Habbl pollack will point out in his sermon that Rashl's work influenced Rouehlin, a leader of the lleformntion. In making his translation of Die Bible, Martin Ltilher used Rashl's commentary. Likewise, the King James translation of the Bible followed nashi's interpretation. The speaker will show that as an exponent of the democratic wny of life, Rashi was a pioneer lor good-will and did much to create harmony between religions groups. He also was a champion ot women's rights. A cordial invitation is extended lo everyone, Rabbi Pollack said when he made the announcement. Gir! in Auto Mishap Swallows Safety Pin NEW LONDON, Conn. (UP)- Hulh Siirrcllc, 23. taken to n hos- lital after an automobile accident, was answering routine questions of an Interne when she suddenly e.vcln lined.• "What happened lo the safely pin 1 was holding between my teeth when the. accident hap'- pened?" Doctors found it lodged in her esophagus and removed it. Mrs, Uoovtr Hostess To Missionary Society Mrs. C. W.' Hoover v,as hostess to members of the Methodist Missionary Society at its regular monthly social meeting, at her home on Jackson Street Monday afternoon. A study or the World Outlook was given by Mrs. C. Norman Gulce during the business session, followed by Ihe social hour, at which time the hostess served a delicious dessert course. * « * and Hand Concert To lie Presented Miss Mary Symonds. music teacher and director of the band In the Wilson School, will present a play and band concert, in the high school auditorium on Friday night February 8th, at 7:30 o'clock. There will be a Tom Thumb Wedding, presented by the pupils of the first grade, directed by their teacher, Miss Emllle Cummings, as the opening number. There will also be dance specialties between acts,, taking in all about seventy- five pupils. A large crowd is expected lo attend. Opening Week of Prayer Mrs. O. M. Hill of Marie was in charge of the program, open- Ing the wek of prayer for Die home missions, when the ladies of the Baptist Missionary Union met at the Church on Monday afternoon. Fifteen members were pres- 'ent and one visitor, Mrs. Bruce Wilson. Mrs. Herber Pipkin will be In charge of Tuesday's program, on Wednesday, Mrs. W. D. Wallace, Thursday there will be no meeting on account, of the Federated Womcns Club meeting, on Friday morning Mrs. Albert Oreemvcll will be In charge, with n climax of the week's prayer at (lie home of Mvs. W. F. Wilson, with a covered dish luncheon at noon. Mrs. N. B. Thompson underwent i major operation at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, on Saturday. Her condition is reported satisfactory. Mrs. w. F. Wilson is in Pine Bind, Ark., where she was called on account, of Ihe illness of he mother, Mrs. Earl Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Moise Latiolais and Miss Ida Mnrgaret Latiolais of Shelby. Miss., and Mrs. Sidney Latiolais and small daughter, Barbara of Dolluui. Ala., were Sunday guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. Norman Quicc. Miss Tlielnui On- and Mr Whlt- Icr On- visited (heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. Orr at their farm near Morley, Mo., over tlic weekend. Mrs, Eddie Regenold and son, John Ed, Mrs. o. E. Moore und Miss Laura Hale of Armorcl, visited In the home of Mrs. Ralph Robinson Saturday. Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge ot correct social usage by wiring the [ol B f !r tlons ' ll >«> »'"horl(.«vo 2. When a husband and wife who ..a\o no servants are entaliimlng guests at dinner, who answers the 3. Should husbands and wives be seated next lo each other at a dinner party? Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Timmerman of Greenwood, S, C., arrived Tuesday (or a few days visit with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Robinson. Read Courier News want ads. SICK, NERVOUS CRANKY 'EVERY MONTH"? Read nwl.ydia E.Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound Is Real "Woman's Friend" Some women suffer acvora monthly pain (cramps, back,, . ,. arhc) ilue lo female juno- tlonal disnrdors while others' nmti ttnd to become uract and lliey gel cross, restless, littery and moody. Why nol lAo ty,|ia K. 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The hish Pull the Trigger on j Constipation, and j Pepsin-izeAcidStomachToo I When constipation brine.i on .iciil n; •}• '; Ge;lion, bloating, ^,. ImiRiic, sour taste, and (lad I',°M'I'I,"V '•'. ,' stomnch is prolxilily Icxidwl ,111 M;,],",., Hall and; lamundigcsK-dfootlauilyovirbbwcl,'! ••, i A new mcuibcr, i |'"»'e. So jwi need Ix'lh \'f\r,»\ i ixnirds, |, as 1)CCI1 ,,,„„< tvctclt iMtto., Jr. M,- s . atd ( , ; ,,.-,,,„„ Ffllonxliiji is Vrograni Snbjci'l. A pageant dcpictin? n, R work of •fellows", rcclplcnt.s of ihe A - p f lm( t, W as a I the mcct- tcorc prij.c among Ihe quests went, to Mrs. Conrad Knimc nnd to Mrs. Yragcr. 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Edwards, missionary at tlie Bolcnge Station on Uio Congo Ui Africa were the speakers at the meeting. Load, poisoning caused by swallowing shotgun pellets Is a common ailment among wild ducte. Wake Sleepy Insides Tliis Pleasant Way Stir thoso sleepy Inlesllnes In a way you won't mind repeating. Next time constipation has yon headachy, billons, listless, take seme Syrup of Black-Draiiglil. Its flavor is pleasant and Its action gentle when simple directions aic followed. :ts principal ingredient helps tone intestinal muscles. Family bollle 50c; trlRl size 25c. Nexl time ,usc Syrup of Black-Draught. fmrrzl Sign the New Register at the Ritz Attend District Rally Of Christian Church A mission rallv o/ Christian churches lield in Jonesuoro Friday was attended by five women of the local First. Christian church. Mrs. Russell Barhnm, Mrs. Harry Brown, Mrs. G. W. Rase, Mrs. N,i- WHY Tur quick relief from cold symptorns lakc GGB suffer from Colds? 666 Liquid - TaWets - Salvo - Nose Drops SPECIAL! 1/3 More for the same money Johnson's Wax and Glo-Coat SHO USE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. I'hone 35 TUES.-WED.-THURS. (Due to booking arraneemeiils, Tuesday will not be Fal Mallncc or Nicht this Week "FIGHTING 69TH" with James Cagney, Pat O'Brien & George. Brent Also selected shorts. Coming Tuesday, March 26th For a Week's Run "GONE WITH THE WIND" ROXY TUES.-WED.-THURS. PAL NIGHTS 2 admitted fur the price uf 1 >A. NEW UNIVERSAL PICTURE Also selected shorts. MSTEV TO KLCN 11:00 a.m. —13:45 p.m. —-1:30 p.m. Phone Rili ZU Phone Roxy 333 Stock Reducing SALE Of Fine Shoes For Women and Men SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 8:30 A. M. All Men's FLORSHEIMS Regularly Sold At $8.95 to $10.00 NOW ONLY-Women's RICE O'NEIL And FLORSHEIM Shoes Regularly Sold At $8.75 & $9.50 NOW ONLY 9B Men's $ 5 Shoes NOW $ 3.95 All Ladies' $5 and $6.50 Shoes NOW $ 2.95 1 Rack Misses $4.00 and $5,00 SPORT OXFORDS NOW n.95 500 Pairs Other Shoes for Women ONLY H.OO fciivc dollars now on shoes th;n «il| Icjicl the sh'lc parade Itiis sprinp 'ind summer. Ladies shoes in C.nljardino, I'alciit, Kid-skin, Sticdc etc. l.iplil Tans, Whilc-s and Bro\vn-\Vhi| c .s. }\\ K \) mid \.o\\- licel.s. Truly ;i wonderful opporlunily for every man ;m,i woman. All Sales Final--All Sales Cash \\. MAIN

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