The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 6, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 6, 1940
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PAGE JiLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0, ISMO Society Hayti —'Personal Social Calendar THURSDAV'S EVENTS Altar society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, etglit 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 Mrs. Roland Oreen. Mrs. B. P. Brogdon Jr., having Thusday Dessert club. Mrs, Ed Cook entertaining Double Four Bridge club for luncheon. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. George Hamilton. Mrs. 0. W. Garrlgan having Afternoon club. Prosperity club meeting with Mrs. G. A. George, of Luxora, at 2:30 o'clock. Cotillion club meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshe. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. E. Burnett and Mrs. Theodore Logan entertaining- Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2:30 o'clock at church. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Mattic Allen. Literary department., Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock at club. Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., entertaining Friday Bridge club. Two Parties Honor Mr. and Mrs. 1'feuffcr Mr. and Mrs. George Pfeuffcr, who recently moved here from Memphis, shared honors last night at a supper party given by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Copyiedgc ut their home, while Mrs. Pleuflci was guest of honor nt a bridge party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Coppecige. Sixteen guests were entertained at the bridge parly for which the SI. Patrick's motif was very effectively carried out In the decorations. . '•• • Green bowls of jonquils and sywillows emphasized (he greer and yellow' colors which ivorc nisi used in-the tallies and in the ribbons for the gift packages. Mrs. Hugh whitsltt was presentee nn hors d'oeuvres plate for hlgl score prize and Mrs. Everett 13 Gee received Italian outwork pillow slips for second high score prize. The hostess presented Mrs. Pfeuffcr with cocktail napkins and coasters. Mrs. Coiipedge assisted by her mother, Mrs. J. P. Pride Sr., served a plate lunch of chicken salad with canapes nnd individual FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Sa-n-y! Did you know you were jusl t> feet, 11 inches under the world's record?" taught the mission lesson. Mrs. Johnny Hocott dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served dtirltiy the social hour which followed. J. n. G. H:is I'roRiam Members of Die J. G. G. club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Jane Shcltou for a pro^rum. Joy Shelton was the only guest. A song Ijy Geneva Shibley nnd poems by the hostess opened the program, llene Peck told a story which was followed with n Inlk by Luelln Barnes. The concluding number wns n poem by Ann \Vecd- iiiiin. Hcfreslnnents were served. The next meeting will be at the Weedman home, HO East Diwls avenue, .) * » Surprised Will" lilrtluUy Party Miss Frances Wade, \\lio observed her IGlh birthday yesterday, was surprised with, n party given at her cakes I~ed in green. At the buffet 'supper last night, the Coppedges again hart 16 guests. Easter Scheme Used for Party An Easter scheme was used home ;last Twenty friends were guesls 'for the affair. Mrs. R. L. Wnde Sr., mother o Hie guest of honor, had nrrnngee spring plants and vines in Ihe en lertninlng rooms. The (.wo tit-ra white wedding cake decorated tori pink and green was the ccnle the parly given yesterday afternoon I decoration of the lace draped le by Mrs. Rcnkerl Wetcnknmp who liable which wns illuminated b entertained members of the Tnes- Evecn tapers In pink holders. day Afternoon club ami five guests Games were played under in at her home. (direction of Mrs. R. L. Wade Jr Besides the members, guests were jiijrs. Sheldon Hall, Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Rupert 'Crafton and Mrs. Ellis Snipes of Sikeston, Mo., houseguest of Mrs. H. b. Chambers. Refreshments were served niter the games. Mrs. Harmau Taylor was high and Mrs. Wclenkamp. second high scorers among the club members. The guest prlw: went to Mrs. Ellis Snipes. Bits of News Mostly Personals oscplviue Dillon To Be Guest At f . ...^ , -, aiDHJd *> .iiindicon 1< richly ;<»'• ''"' J Faster <' Miss Josephine Dillon, dramatic mch of Christian college in Co- mbla, Mo., who Is Internationally town for her work In coacljlny ctors and players for the screen, .age and ^ radio, will make a Bhovt op in this city Friday to. bo the!, 0 , v)) , meheon guest of Mrs. C, W, Ra-i. MI Mr. and Mrs. Hay Plnkston ami children drove to Plggott, Ark., Saturday find vLsitcd Mr. Pinkston's sister, Mrs, Frank Foster. Sunday talons and Mrs. Frank ilrove to Noble, Ark., and visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Graves. They relumed liojne Sunday even- lug accompanied by Mrs. Foster, who will visit here thLs week In the home. the former home of Mrs. M-- Daulel. Gulp Harrison of I'oiilar Bluff spent (he weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Franklin of Hisco spent the weekend here visiting (lie latlcr'.-i parents, Mr. and Mrs, Oscar JIaJey. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller and family drove to Mowlam. Tenn., Sunday iind visited jel.-iuves. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Phillips of Perryvllle, Mo., .spent the weekend here visiting the latlcr's parents, Mr. iiiul Mrs. Cylde Heckles. At The Hospitals missed. Allen Stacy. Dell, dismissed. Goldie Dunn, Stcele, dismissed. lilylhevlllc Hospital Mrs. J. L. Williams, city, ad milled. G. W. Rose, city, admitted. ittle Theater Group To Meet Thursday Night 1'lic Little Theater will meet Thursday night at eight o'clock at minis Lee Simps™, city admit- tlle clty hnl1 ' w - K - Fl ' ands ' '"' csi I dent, announced today. Tlie next production will be- discussed at the meeting to which anyone interested Is invited. ted. Mrs. A. K. admitted. Mrs. W milled. Frazier, llcnnondttic, C. Buchanan, city. ad- ilos|ill;<l i Joiner, ad- I Mrs. Nancy Putlam, who has lieuu oil. Walls Hospital Geneva Alexander, city, cliMiiiss- ey, whose daughter,, is nj .udcnt ul Christian. Miss Dillon will be accompanied y Mrs. Daniel Frost, u hostess at ie college. They will drive to 'aragoulrt Friday afternoon whej-e •I1S8 Dillon will speak oil "Tills ilianglni; Charm" before the Wo- nun's club In that city Friday night. While there, they will be •nlcrtained by Mrs. Alleen Dlll- scrlnus ] v m a i Her home west of ,;, | mnrovlllg . Am) Kclmmaliom (pent the Saturday, Miss Dillon ami Mrs. Frost will lie In Little Rock as tho tjiiesls of Gov. nnd Mrs. Carl E. 3iilley, who will entertain with a en In their honor. The Bailey's daughter, Elizabeth, in also a Christian student. s Dillon, the. Gable, has own studio hi Hollywood, Calif., and has taught- and lectured in New York. She numbers among her students, Marion Talley, Clark Gable, Nelson Eddy, Druce Cabot. Uipc Vclez, John Wetssnuiller, Francesca Gaal and many others.] She closed her Hollywood studio- last fall to go to the college as a lecturer and instructor on singe, screen and radio technique. Miss Dillon was graduated from Lelniul Stanford University and studied at the Sorbonnc in Pnrls. She lius had a singe career with such actors us Edward Everett Horlon and "Mas Figmnn and film Induing under D. W. Griffith. i weekend In Capo Glrardeau vlsllln: her bi'oilier. Joe Scimmahoin, Miss Flora llursch of Farmington, Mo., was here lasl week visit- Ins lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Baldwin and the D. o. sinter family. Miss Violet Duke spent tin: week- en:! in Cape Glra'rdeau visiting her cousin. Miss Doris Comer. Nosh UarkoviU and Kills Kohn were tu Memphis Sunday attending Hie Cntton Fiishion exposition and dance at the Peaborty Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Golden drove to Rector. Ark.. Sunday ami visited thr laltcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. GHIJHT. I-'rcd and Robert llainrii of C'a- MI-K. Frank Gllsson and Infant aiiglitpr, city, dismissed Mrs, A. V. Stinnett, city, clls- 1 Mrs. n. M 1 milled. i Mrs. J. S, I mitlcrt. I Mrs. Hoy milled. Memphis HI. Joseph's Hospital Harold Medlln, Cnrntticrsvllle, Mo., admitted. II is ihe estimated that 87 per cent ear.s sold during 1938 sold than 5750 wholesale. llarlrich, Wil.swi, ad- Fenncll, Dyess, ad- Read Courier NBW.S wnnl ads ilST COLDS To relieve distress easily.quickly, rub threat, ft itf+W& chest, back t*|^^d with— ^ FVAPORUB USED BY 3 OUT OF 5 MOTHERJ before Miss Wade opened her tills Luler, ice cream in ihc pink anil grecu colors wus served with the cake, hot chocolate, and sandwiches. Plays Cards With Cluh Mrs. Chester Caldwell played ('onliuuc \Vcck of I'rayer for Missions T)ie week of prayer lor home missions was continued today with tcrvir-'s at the ineeilng of (he Woman's Missionary union of the First Bapllst church at tho church. Mrs. Leslie Moore wn.i leader of the program on "Our Concern for the Cities". Special music was pro- cards wltli members of the city | viile<l by Miss Cloo finriier who was Contract, club yesterday aflernopii I tccompatilcd by Mrs. Russell Fair. Mrs. R. G. Cash gave tho devo- when they were entertained at a parly given by Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. Refrc.shmenl.s were served at lhe conclusion ol the games in which high prize went to Mrs. L. b. Hubener and second high to Mrs. L. S. Benlsh. * * * i Club Has Guests Four guests played cards yesterday afternoon with members of the Tuesday Bridge club who were entertained at the home of Mrs. Floyd A. White. Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. Harry W. Haincs. :u;d Mrs. K. N. Ware of Taliulah, 1,'a.. houseguesl of Dr. and Mrs. Hunler C. Sims, played cards with the club members. An Easter bunny perched in a nest of brightly colored eggs gave seasonal atmosphere to the clinbg room table at which the guests were served. In the games which followed. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims was high and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. second high ! scorer. ' i * - Uclphian Group Meets Mrs. Charles L. Wylic ami Mis. G. G. Cauttill were tlic principal speakers on the piogram nreserted yesterday morning at the meeting of the Delphian Fine Ark groin.) at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Wylic's subject was "The Life and Writings of John Goutd rictchcr." Mrs. Caiidill reviewed the book. "Portrait of Jenny." The belter speech period was conducted hy Mrs. G. W. Ullla- Ininty. • ''..'»'* » • Study Mission • Lesson Twelve members of the Wnmrn's Missionary society of the Scr.ond Baptist church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sam LJoyd for a mission study. The meeting was opened wilh prayer by Mrs. V. E. Tomllnson tional which was followed with prayer by Mrs. Walter Bishop. Mrs. C. E. Edds spoke on "The Call of lhe Cities"; Mrs, .lohn Buchanan. "The Sin ol Our Qiltcs 1 '; Mrs. W. J. Rodders, Ihe Annie \V. Armstrong offering. Mrs. H. E Hlaylock read a personal leliei from a missionary in Jerusalem Peggy Until Zuclievy fang a solo which was followed with, the- Lord'.' prayer. (ilvc.s I'arly :il IJustic Inn Mrs. ,1. C. Kills entertained members of the Tuesday Contract club ivitli n parly nt the Hustle Inn yesterday nflcrnooii. The SI. Patrick's motif was carried oiil iu the decwiilion.s being emphasized in the tallies and Ihc shamtocks which were arranged on the sandwich phile,s. Mrs. V. O. Miller was high nnd Mrs. V. G. Holland, second high scorer in Ihr bridge sanies. Mrs. A. G. Gillam left Sunday lomiiii! for Los Angeles where she vlll visit her son, Willie Amos, and Mrs. Amos. She pltuis to be away for five weeks. While in California, she will also go to San Francisco for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hose. Mrs. L. Pinion has gone to Me- rldiaii, Miss., for a visit with her mother, Mrs. M. \V. Williamson Mr. Pinion will motor down for her m three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Hoarlt, of at Louis', have returned to their homo alter spending (wo months here with their daughter, Mrs. Fred V, Rutherford, anil Mr. Rutherford Mr.s. J. E. Lent-/, of Pcorin, Ill, has returned home after spending two weeks hen: with her parents Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Lunsford. She wns accompanied home liy her sis- tor, Miss Kan Lunsford. nnd her cousin, Miss Lois Lunsford, who will visit her for three weeks. The condition of Mrs. Murray Smart, who Is critically ill at, B!y- Iheville hospital, Is slight)! improved today. Mrs. Allan Walton has retiirncrt iom Memphis where she spent, a nonlli with her granddaughter, ,'iryinlti Brooks, while her (laugher Mrs. Berry Brooks Jr.. nnd Mr. 3rooks were touring in Mexico 3ity /ind oilier Southern points. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Pfeuffcr have been called to Memphis l)e- cmisc of the serious illness of Mrs. Pfeuffer'.s nephew, SI. Elmo Newton 111. Miss .Ihninie Meadows, of Eto- \vnli, was tho nuest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Crews Saturday night. She Is now visiting her sister. Mrs. Clyde Johnson, nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. M. Terry br.. are expected to return loniglil from Oklahoma City where Mr. Terry hns been attending a national ob- Mrnclor's convention. While there. Iliey were the guests of Dr. nnrt Mrs. E. L. Miley. Mr.s. Annie Crews, Mr.s. James Woorlnrd nnd sons. Howard and Larry, i\n<l Mrs. Buck Ncvrton, all of Keiser. were the cucsls of Mrs Dill Crnvs nnd Mrs. Ellicl Johnsor today, Miss Geneva Alexander was removed lo her home n! Hair Moon today nftri- having uiidrrgonr nr nppcnclrclomy nt Walls hospital c week nfo. Klic is resting well. Mrs. Eilici Miller, who Is un- (lergolna treatment. »( Walls hos pttiil, is much Improved lodtiy Keiser News Twins IttM'ii Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pitman Monday, j Feb. 20. They weighed four pounds each and have been named Ellen Mac and Helen Fay. \vnnl Khoiirle of this city nllcndrd the Cotlou Pnshlon exposition mid dance- at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis Sunday. Mr.s. Jim Randolph, who h'lsb: visiting in the Jionie of Mr. and Mrs, John Randolph, returned to her home at Memphis Friday. middy and II. M. Deweese and cousin. Billy Finnegan. all of Tulsa, Okla., arrived here Sunday fo ra week's visit in (he home ol ihe Deweese boys' parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dcwccse. Mrs. F. L. Freeman of Charleston is liere visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hasscl Deweese. Frank and Swift Nnifeh of Si- tnilim, UkU., were h^rc Friday vis- iliuti in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Khourie. Curl Fowler of Springfield. Mo.. was here Friday filtc'iuling lo litisi- Miss Elva George and niece Martini Mni? Cliism. spent ilic weekend in Manila visiting Mrs M. E. George and Mrs. Fred Long -\irs. Frank Lowrcy anil .son. Noiman Flunk, of SikesUm. were lu'U- over tlie weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. John Alsiiji day morning. The baby weighed i «• »• Davidson left for Monette eight pounds and lias been named I Ark., Saturday. He will visit rela- ,!„„„,„, . ,: lives for two weeks. Daughter Horn Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Amos are the parcills of n daughter born Wcdncs- Mr. pud Mr.s. ,110V) been vjsiting. Mi'. Harris"p. Hu'i Mr. ftVid Mrs. I'ontotoL 1 . Miss. .y ' Walter Stevens Jr. visited .-Leonard Short at Memphis several days ust week. H. D. Nohnd of Columlius, Miss, •as the guest of Walter Stevens r.. Monday iifternuo;i. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Brndsher and amlly and T. Brock attended the uner'ul Friday of Mr. Bradsher's icpliew. O. E. Bradsher. at Mar- .KHlllkC. Mrs. Frank Clark, who lias boor Harris 'have !;'." for four weeks. Ls able lo be up ^ Huffman of Jones- is here visiting hel ;in.6ther, Mrs. Dessic Slubbs. Misses Betty Sue Nelhcry. Juan •tfa Kirby. Marcene Walker am iMary Catherine McDanicls. v:\\< are all intending Southeast Mis .sout'i Trachcrs college nt Capf Giriirdcau. sp[ p iH the weekend hert with their parents. , .The Hcv, J. S. Compere spent last week at Flat River, Mo., at- iendlng a Haiitist convention. ill's'. .Carl Alt-Daniels nnd hrotli Miss Sue Whipiile. of Luxora. mid I plfio Tunicr. of Clarklon were her' Nettle Bush-Adams of Macon, j Monday visliino Mr; nnd Mrs. \vv Miss., iiltcndccl Ihc funeral .services ,' Kliourlc and oilier friends In Ilii if Mrs. L. L. Gates lieH here Sun- ,— lay. Miss Frances Nail visited E. D. Nnil al West Memphis and Mr. and Protector for Women I Every day. women HIT finding lh( .Nail of Forrest City over j,(,. u i,,cl,f.s.'nervousness, cramp-lil;, pall! of fmirliflll.'il ilysiltciiniriic.-! due to nialiuitrltioii arr relieved h: GARDUI. II usually increases appetite, livens floiv of giistric juice and so improves digestion. Thus -. helps to build resistance lo peri odic distress for uinn.v. Otliers fine help for periodic distress Ijy laUim CARDU1 n few days before am during "the time." CARDU1 has been popular for ovt-r Sfl veins. Mrs. the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wall, Mr. an:l Mrs. II. H. Robinson. Curtis Miles. J. W. Slmrpe. L. H. llalnes. Miss Mary Alice Stullc. Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr.. ol Oscr.ola. Mr. and Mrs. W. t/irin of Cycss sittendtMl Ihc funeral services of Mrs. I, L (.iatcs nt Lonokc Sunday. Mr.s. R. II. Hobinson nnd Mary Lcc Robinson are visit ln» Mrs. Charles Wickird. of mile Hock, this week. While there Mary Lie 1 will hnve her loustls removed. [ Dixie Lov Amos, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Bill Amos, relumed to j Kclspr Sundtiv niter having spnil severnl days with Mr. nnd Mrs.] I,. L. Wood. ' neari Courier News unnt. nris SPECIAL! 1/3 Mure for Ihc s;nnc money Johnson's Wax and Glo-Coat SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. rhcnc 35 nflcr havlm; liud nnolhcr blood ! Iraiisiusion this morning. I Trafllc uulhoritirs esUmatc that wet roads :irc two to lour limes more slippery than dry rourts. nnd sinnv or icc-coverpd pavements nre To Have Dancr r " T lo to " lim es more slipper}Mr.'and Mrs. Marcus Evr«rd. Mr. I ' lli '" dry rra<!s and Mrs. Fred Flccman and Mr. and Mrs. Kusscil Fnrr will entci- tain members of Club 2S ;\l n dance tomorrow uighl. Thr allriir which will begin ;\( nine o'clock will be at, Ihc Wonun's club. La/y insido.s Answer AII-V<'gclal)le, Way! Old Bugtjies Purchased For Amish Farmers GOHHEN, Iml. (UPf-A .sliancr reunions belief has resulicd in m unusual o:cupnliou for J. Schrock ol IJsls cily. Schrock travels over lhe country In seach of old busjgics n::d spring wagons. He tcconditions them and then sells ihoin lo Amish fanners in norllicni Indiana. A quarter to half a tcu.spoonlul ot n spicy, aroma Ik: laxative on your tongue tonight: a drink ol water and Iherr you arc! That Is Ihc BLACK-DRAUGHT wuy lo relieve constipation and it.s soiu lira daclics. Clitct of ents tive" sloniuch. BLACK - all-vi'ifrtiiMr ingredi- s an "intestinal Ionic-laxa- that helps tone laity bowel s. LV> to 10 do.^cs tor 25c. Tlie Red Sea Rets its reddish after which Mrs. Boyd Eldredge I tinges from a tiny seaweed. Wert Optometrist j "HE MARKS 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 510 NOW OPE i In Our New Location We wish In annniince (hut we have nmveil from our former location nt 11^> North Serowl Strec! In our newly remodeled huildinu at (>(!•! \\est Main. WE NOW HAVE nii'KOVKD INCLUDING A LAHIiElNKW CUAl'El,, UK- CEI'TtON IIOO.M. 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