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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 8, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Club Z8 His Easier Dance at Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd Mr, and Mrs. Russell Fair and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flecman entertained members of Club 28 nnd euests with a dancing party at the Woman's club last night. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schnce Mr. and Mrs. E.- P. Blomeyer, Mr and Mrs. Kussell Campbell, L. G Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L Banister, and Alec Hill of Little Rock, we're guests of the club. Supper was'served .-at mldnljht Irom a table decorated In tho Easter motif and lighted by pink topers. Mixed flowers In a silver bowl -were surrounded by rabblls in green nests and brightly colored eggs. FLAPPER FANNY - COPR.1WOEWA SERVICE, l "C- T. M, RIG.U.S.TAT. Off By Sylvia. "In Sin"; Mrs. "Christ's Concern, j Club Meets Spring flowers were used In the center of the dining room tablo for a luncheon decoration yesterday when Mrs. J. A. Leech entertained members of the Thursday Luncheon club and two guests, Mrs. Hunter C. Sims nnd Mrs. R. L. Slockett, In the bridge games which tol- Joived lunch, Mrs. Sims was high scorer and Mrs. R. P. Kirshner, second high, * * * Coitlifon Club Plans Two Dances Plans for two dances to be given this spring were discussed at the meeting of the Cotillion club last night at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Lawslie. the first dance wlll be for members only nnd will be given March 23. Members of the committee In charge of arrangements fov this affair are Mr. and Mrs. IT. P. Kelsey Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Hunt/ of Manila, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Schnee. The, other dance which was discussed Is to bo n'costumti ball April 13,- Arrangemsnts for.'this dance have hot yet been completed, but it- is expected to be the liugest (lance given by the club this sca- s9n. '- * * » Baptist Chapel Has Social Affair 'Teachers' and officers of Ihe entire Sunday school and members of (he adult classes of (he Baptist chapel were entertained nt n social affair at Ihe iiorne.of Mrs, John Buchanan last nighl. 'The twenty sis present Included the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, and Mrs. Carpenter, and Hoy Porter, Has Caster Party associate superintendent of the "" " First Baptist Sunday school of which the -••-'• - Mrs. Portei '-..A Dutch supper preceded the ! " Mrs. Raymond Scluntick "received games which .were...the .principal high spore .prize among, the club of the, party. ' -, members.' The " hostess presented' "Jt doesn't really need [Minting every spring, but 1 think it attracts a bettor class of toiwnla." 3amon McLcocI, "My people, [he Ben Our Concern". n luncheon After the program, the group <vss dismissed with prayer by Mrs Lloyd. " ; Double Tour llns Luncheon Instead of the weekly uftcrnoon party, members of llic Double Pour Bridge club were entertained yesterday afternoon with given by Mrs. Ed Cook, Spring plants wore the center <ie:oratlons for (he small tables nt »'hlch lunch ivns served. Mrs. Uob Owynn wns a guest. Easter tallies were used for tlie gomes: in which Mrs. Ted King was high and Mrs. John Poster, second In'Sh scorer, Mrs. George A. Hamilton had nn tCfi., party yesterday nUarnoon members ot her club and one Mvs.* w. S. Johnston. „ diversion . . . Mrs - Johnson with a gift nU ' CQtDrfUl tall!e3 corres Rustic (he Baiter combination ;Mrs. Rsn&m-W. Nichols, of Lux- ^tad ccune served »i. e ora, entertained 14 members of the Mrs. Hi-il: Lirxora Literary club at a St. Pat- dinner, nci's Day party last night at the J Bffitic Inn. -Ttfi ttsaze of the program fiaitof. arid the roll call 3i -rtih members Af Ta-t HorpitaU Scout Adult Meeting Held At Osceola OSQEOLA, Ark,. Mar. 7.— Robert Mncnnb of Jonesboro, Enster:i Arkansas .Scout Council executive, was the principal speaker nt the so ond session of tho Boy Scout Leadership Training school being conducted in Osceola during the monll of March. Mr. Macnab discussed '"I'lie Seoul Troop and its Setup." The sessions me being held at the Methodist church on Wednesdnj evenings, S««vEn.;ijn. ct the D. l eM. Manila, ad- Hixne, city, nd- an megs, ilrj. a_ 2, £,. nsziri. £"» s nzaizg on Irish _Bcrn to Mr. and Mrs. Mclrin irr,-. of Gosneli, eariy to.-lay a _ 3. dessert affer S :r Tcizhiiig five pounds and hus been ounces .ranted Beatrice Lee Trot. Ben Brandon, Brags City, Lou Green, Doll, Bennett, city, dls- j .>irs, uc ; tiisrnksed. had ! il rs- ^!altle d-WecV Bridje '• dismissed. - Mrs. Harry Has eruli S&3.. C: JL nt tfca ^ anrt cca rtagr., Mrs. Harry j Mrs. J'. 3jv 'or [mscZi aril bridge games ' missed. ' Memphis B:iptlst D.ivls, Mnnlla. ndn.ltted. M. ar. her; bcnv. jBKars^y afternoon. -Mr!. B. A. Lync.h —is presented CIK gift for Eizfc Kv-e p-ize. M rs KTirby was also glTen a gift. &«<!«" Scftetn* Ifsejf' for ParlT -in aUsMr fcneme win; used i:i tlif! <Jccr.vzt;ta« for the party given ywssstfaj afternoon by Mrs. Roland Gvaeo 2.1 her home for the mem- IIG-.T erf she Delta Contract club. _3i;nr.2 colors In the (allies and uie >alad plale were tot off by Mtiusfag forsythia In the sun room 3V;£ether spring flowers. Kigh score prize in • the games went to Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Are Guests of Club Mrs. L- L. Hu'oencr and Mrs. o. . P- Bsrber were entertained at n UkJje party given yesterday after- txaa fey Mrs. B. p. Brogdo-i Jr Kr members ot the Thursdiv Des>- ssn club. Spring flowers and blooming pteiuj formed the background ID, to Si. Patrick's color ichrnic of —i and yellow used in the party's, table decorations ant', tlio rt course served at the'con.', ciasion ot the games emphasize! tne tiro colors. 1 Mrj. Earl Buckley received h>|. j rare prize and Mrs. D. HommocY low score prize among the club members. The guest prize went to Mrs. Hubener. j .Second C'liurch Conducts Wcrk of I'nyrr Kcrricc In otecrvancc of this week which Ii3s been £c t aside as the week of prayer for home missions, members .of the Second Baptist church Wednesday held services at the home :0f Mrs. Boyd Etdrcdgc Mrs. Tommy Begun gave the devotional from the 15th chapter of Luke. The following people '"^, e . talks: Mrs. Sam Lloyd, - A Ministry^In..Reach ...of All' 1 ; Mrs Kelly orover. city, admitted. Mrs. P. R. Sweet, Lcachville. admitted. Memphis -Methodist tlr,s|!lt;il Mrs. Newberry johnjon. Sl^clc admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred O Glassccck. Haytl, a son. Following the opening ceremony conducted by Mr. Mncnab In whlc-li the scout oath nnd scout law were sivcn, the men were organized into two patrols tor (he evening's instruction nnd drill work. Officers of the Pox Patrol were: pntral leader, G. Hartslll Banks; assistant patrol leader, Ed Wiseman; patrol scribe, ths Rev. p,m- Galloway; treasurer, Joe Cullom ot Wilson; grubmnster, A. F. Bar-. ham; hikcrnaslcr, A, p. Kjrliim Jr.; 'chcermastcr, D, s. Lancy; quartermaster, .W. W. Prewitt. " '.'•> leaders- In the Beaver pntrof Included: patrol leader, Steve Ralph; asshtant patrol leader, Roacr. Kcndrick; scribe B-d trcasiirer, A. W. Young: hikemaster niH.' grub- mostcr, John Reiser; chearmsists and quarlennastor. the rtcv. L. T Lawrence. During Die Activity period several interesting gam» s were player including "Snatch .Ihe lia-ou 1 "Through the Loop R 8 ]ay" and knot-tying contests, closing with : typical scout clositig ceremony. The third and final session of this course will meet at th 3 Methodist church next Wednesday nljht March 13th. when the theine wi! be "Using the Program of Scout- Ing". An interesting spenkrr will b' secured according to the announcement of E. W. Packard, who Is ii charge of the (rainlnj school. At this meeting plans wlll ljt> dismissed and committees appointed ID ar range details for the Father and Son Dinner meeting in the near fuliiro. At this banquet meethi" certificates ivlll lie Awarded to lhos° men who have attended nil Ihrec ot the training school sessions an;l successfully completed the course Scout leaders will he selected and scout patrols organised Icoklti" forward to an intensive and comprehensive Boy Scout program lor the boys of Osceoln Rend Oimer News n a m. ads. It f s Easy To Have GOOD VISION Bits of News Mostly Personal* .Mrs. J. H. Smart Sr, Is well today at the Memphis Baptist liospKnl following an appendectomy performed last night. Mr. Smart IE with lier,, • • , Mrs. Jnmcs Baricsdale and daughi ter, Shirley, nnd her mother, ivm Ella Worthoy, will spond tho week end In Memphis with Mrs, Wor- they'B son, j, E. Worlhey, ami fo m . lly, Dr. M- D. Mayfiold, formerly ol here ami now of Mrmlla, is In Blythevllle hospital becauso' ,pf complications following influent o( which ho was 111 two months ago. He wns admitted to the hospital yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Tom A. Wttle and daughter. Miss Virginia Little, und (Hiss Jane McAdaniB spent yesterday In Memphis. . . . Mr. nnd Mrs. Dick Potter have moved from their residence at 301 East Kentucky avenue to 625 Wat- nut street. Mrs. Murray Smart, who Is critically II! n(. BIythavllle Hospital continues to Improve. . .,,,./ Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Baugh, Mr.s Ola- Barker, Mis. M. Enide nnd Mrs. J. W. Slkes will 'spend Sat- Jrciay in Memphis. ' Mr. nncl Mrs. Earl Treadway sverc called to Weir, Miss., . Wednesday because of the death of Mrs. Ti'cadway's axint, Mrs: C. 'M. Jell. They returned last night following (he funeral services held yeslii-day. They were accompanied ;o Weir by Mrs. Treadway's Bister", Vllss Vcrna Scott of Cotdwaler Miss, Mrs. S, p. u>e hns. gone . tq Ji'cemvood, Miss., for a week's visit ,«lth Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Lee Jr.. ind daughter, Rhilda Ann. She re-' aimed wilh them Sunday after hey had spent the week end here. Major and Mrs. Curtis J. LUtlc md son, Chnrlcs, 'will attend the funeral f of Rep. Leon Nybcrg at .luleuh tomorrow/' Mrs. Neville Blakcmorc, Mrs. Hubert Potter and Mrs. Hnltlc /islicr are spending' today in Mem- Jhis. -Miss -Mnry Sue \Vrigh[ went ; { 0 Meiiiphis yestordny lo he'wlth'libr .istcr, Mrs. E. R, Reed of Osccola, .vho underwent a. mnjpr operation yesterday afternoon nf the Memphis Mclliodlst hospital. Thoir. -nothcr, Mrs. J. W. Wrlgnt, is yet in the JJlytheville hospital here. Osceola Society—Personal '• s ' World Pence and Rotary Ideals oi Peace were discussed by E. S. Shippcn before the Rotary Club at tlielr weekly luncheon meeting lu the Community Clubhouse. II. J. Halo, president, announced that a nominating committee would lie ned at the meeting of March 12, nnd officeva elected on March 2«. A. n. Sheaion of Marked Trie and U W. Walters Jr., wore Iho only guests. Mrs. Joe Younjr Hoscss. Ten members of the Senior Circle of the Womcjis Council of the Christian church were present for tho circle meeting in the home of Mrs. Joe Young on Monday after- nuon when Mrs. w. T. Ramsey gave the devotional lesson from the sixth chapter of John. Mrs. J. c. Scurlock gave a report, of the Missionary Rally of Eastern Arkansas councils recently lield nt Jonesboro which she tittetide.d. Mrs. W. A. Buller will to hostess to the circle on March eighteenth. MdlNjilist Scclety IU«ts. Mrs. G. Hai'tslll Bojiks discussed tlie subject of Devotion from the textbook, "Stewardship of Life" at the meeting of the Methodist with her brother, nusscll chiles, and wife. Miss Chiles sang at the icmpie Baptist church In Memphis last Sunday. Fnirik Chiles, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Chiles, will leave Saturday for Kansas City, Mo,, where lie will enroll In the Midland Television fnstitule. Gene Cox, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy cox, is ill with acute cold and malaria, mon, Mrs. Marguerite Brotiierio-i o! Armorel, Mrs, Elvn. DC Jarnett of Pawheen, Miss Margaret Snide of Gosncll, Miss Minnie Foster of Yarbro, Mrs, Royal Neul of Recce (ind aames McGhee of Hick-man. Plans have not yet been made for the Southern District tournament. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal . To Missionary Society Mrs. Bam Hamm was hostess to nine members of the Woman's Missionary Society which Included one new member, Mrs. E. L. Taylor, at her home on Walnut, Avc., Monday afternoon. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. P, p. McCutchen after which the devotional which was taken from the loth chapter who also gave a- portion of Mrs. Root. Lawrence gave a report on the first chapter of the Mission Study Book and she used for her topic Investment of Ihe Yenr which was taken from tile book "liome, Land Harvest," The society voted to send a bn.s* kcl of fruit to Mrs. Oi . , , 1 " 1 ?" ,f s tlclcgates to Provisional Meeting which was as her scriptural basis portions Irom the Psnlms. Mrs. Mary Bpann will teach the mission study class on nc-xt Mon- riiiy. The hostess served ice cream and cake, Next week the society will meet in the home- of Mrs. T. I. Brooks. Kon fiurn s'sullcnKeT ind Mrs I, ^"" O1 ' nc <™™t arrived here yes- i^=ri?tr fi? »L - rsivss ii-rlan Auxiliary on Monday when Miss Geneva Graves To Wed Robert Graves WILSON. ArkTTlar. 8. - Announcement is made this week of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Geneva Graves, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Graves of Blythevllle. to Robert Craves of Wilson, son of Mrs. N. J. Orivcs of Helena, Ark Tlie ivod- | ding will be solemnized on Easter Sunday nt the Methodist, church In Wilson, with the Rev. Denton Nenl, minister of the Church of Christ in Blylhcvillo, oificiatlng. Miss Pearl Graves, sister of the bride will serve as maid of honor ami Kennedy Graves will serve his brother as best man, ushers will be Bill McMath, Jimmy Hill, Jimmy Grain ana Ray Mann of Wilson Mi's. Albert Holland of Memphis music 6 a pl '°^ Rm ° r ""P"" 1 The young couple arc both popular nncl well known among the younger social set, Miss Graves recently coming lo Wilson nnd being connected with the Graves Beauty f' 10 Pf e - She is n graduate of Bly- thevllle high school, class of 1938 and attended a beauty culture school lu Memphis. Mr. Graves Is a graduate of Little Rock high school, received his later education at the University of Arkansas at Fayettevme and is connected with Lee Wilson and Company store. Wilson Society—Personal J, Kale, Mrs. George Doyle and Mrs. W. J...Driver Jr. ns n nominating committee to select n list of officers for election on March nuwmg alrs ,.. w M 18. March closes the church yrar| Mrs Mai . clls Limtaugh and Mrs. Brown is the former Miss Rubye Spencer. I and all new ofllcers will be iiisUill- '• cd and circle chairmen appointed ] on the first of April. | Mrs. Ben Butler was taken to St. j Joseph's hospital In Memphis Mon- j (iay morning following :m acute i atliick of appendicitis at her home Sunday night. She Is improving ! nicely from (he operation. i Miss Mary Elizabeth Anderson, home economics instructor in Os- crolu high school, was taken to the Methodist hospital nlso on Mon- ;.., Legion Group Tonight ,:Anicrican Legion members are to accompany their sons to the meeting at tlie Hut tonight when a -Sons of American Lpgion" groiip wlll be formed. II :»-ns nniioimcQif. today by Joe Whltley, chairman"of the new project, sponsored by the Dud Cnson post o! Aiuorlcnn Legion. . . •".'. : Although o-.ily Ihe sons will bn members, . It Is desired thai the fathers come with them tonight Mr. Wliitlcy .said. .The meeting Is scheduled for T'30 o'clock. proved todny. Miss Mary Hill of Marie, accompanied. by Justus Edrington ami Sunday. •;' Mr, find Mrs. W. I 3 . Hale Midway News Notes. Miss Rcba Byurs. oi Kciscr. is the housesiicst of Mrs. E. M Mc- Don.ild for n few tiii-- enmbo Willianio of Hickman, Ky was the guost oi his oru^.o. . Williams. Monday. ' Mrs. A. J. Hill was the yuest Jf her mother, Mrs. S. R Roark, ot Blythcvlllc, snlurdny. Mrs. F.. M. McDonald'nttenelKt to business in Osccoln Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Garrison im d Mr. ami Airs. J. ii. Gee were in Blytlicvillc Katimlnv. Read Carrier Nr ; ws want high school, was taken to the odist hospital nlso on Mon(la " ysulferlng from an attack of iippeiidicllis. She is Improving af,-.. . ^tey nn operation, :-.--* >•••-, . ^"MlVs- Jennie' Ral'plf"' Is'' con'flntd to her home with an attack of tl« this week. C. L. Moore, who has been seriously ill nt , his home here, Is im- \ir<\Ry in Memphis. 4-H Club Play Tourneys To Be Held In April North Mississippi County Boys and Girls -l-H Clubs will have their annual Play Tournament April 0, it has been decided by the committee in charge of airangementswhich has not yet named the place. iTlic one day and night meeting will KB staged with elimination contests during the morning and afternoon with the iinal performance at nijl\t to be the three best plays from which first, second and third place winners will be selected, along with the best actor nnd actress. In conjunction with this con,,.um™. .,.. ./uow. ,^,.,.6~«_ "•••• test, .there will be musical contests Jlmmic Chiles of Osceola -visited „„ ,. w , nre expected lo add. Miss Doris Counts in Memphis to Ole interest Qf tncParfn)rs Entrants may sing the 4-H Club tong and an optional number in the go io Crawfdrdsvllle, Ark., Sunday civ the occasion,of their son, Holt Kale's birthday anniversary. Mrs. P. !.M. 'Stuigsier. who has been seriously- 111 'at her home- on Lcc'Avenue for, the past six weeks, Is able to sit up some each day. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rhoads will go'to Little Rock Sunday to be RUCSIR of their daughter, Mrs. W. B. Johnson nnd Mr. Johnson, for the day. Mrs. B. R. Reid is ill at her home this week. Miss Jean Chiles will go to Memphis Friday to sing at a stylo show nnd remain over for the wceV;ena j musical contest. Much enthusiasm is being shown in the Play Tournament which last .year attracted large crowds to Yarbro. Ynvbro won first; Recce, second, and Half Moon, third, in the 1039 contest. The committee in charge Is nnde up of Miss Velma Loflin of Huif- March Meeting of Wilson Cooperative Club Held. Mrs, w. S. Turner, chairman of the Junior Girls club, was chairman of the program at the meeting of the Wilson Cooperative club at their clubhouse on Thursday afternoon. A violin solo. "Souvenir" was rendered by Robert Baker, accompanied by his mother Mrs. T. D. Bnker, the girl*' trio composed of Elsie \'ntcs, Nora Lee Creiishaw nnd Helen Li.ncastcr sang "TO a Wll dRose" by McDowell, accompanied by Miss Mary Symomls, a toe dance by June Turner, n reading "County Fair" by Lucille Pittman, and a fashion show by the girls of the Home Economics Class displaying dresses of woolen and cotton fabrics, made by them during class work, made up n very Interesting program of local talent, ' ./ "••; -.•; Mrs. C. L. Bird presided -over the business session, with reports lour COUGHS .due to colds...checked without "dosing". _F!UDAY, MARCH 8, 1940' given from (lie chairmen of all dejwrtmenls, including t) le Educational, Home ArU who report a Garden Pilgrimage sometime this swing, the dale to be announced later, the Music Department announcing an organ recital at the Methodist church In May, and Interesting reports from the Inter- niHloiwl Relations and Junior Girls Departments. Mrs. Lee Wesson, Mrs. W. A, Williams, Mrs. Albert Crccmvcll. Mrs. Berry Grain and Mrs. J. A. Apple were named as a nominating committee to report nt the April meeting. The clubhouse was attractively rtecoralcd with a profusion of pus- sywillow, Japanese quince »nd winter honeysuckle, making an attractive selling for the tea. table, tiruped In lace and having a crystal centerpiece of gladtolas and cherry laurel, and accented with green candle In crystal holders, A 81. Patrick's motif was effectively carried out In the refreshments and table decorations. Mrs. Ralph Robinson poured the tea. Hostesses for this occasion were Mrs. J. A. Apple, Mrs. Jesse Green Mrs. Harry Carpenter, Mrs. Wallace Thompson, Mrs, Ralph Robinson and Mrs. W. J. Ludwlg. ( Mrs. Jimmy Hartrlch is a patient at the Baptist, hospital in Memphis this week. Hobby Classes In Churches DETROIT (UP)—Detrolters may go to churches these days to learn to rhumbs, speak English, or acquire charm. Such instruction, together wldi many other-kinds, is offered fn three church buildings weekly as part of the city recreation department's hobby program. Read Courier Newr> want ads. MAROARINE BUYERS! Durfce* Off«r» Yoa An The side panel describing Durkee's "Improved Process" counts as nn «tra coupon. This is in addition to Ihe regular end-flap coupon. Use Durkec's! Save tire coupons. Get any one of many valuable articles. Extra coupons must be redeemed or sent jn for credit by Antil 30, 19-10. 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