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PAGE TWO . BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Bndbeny It Halved W«h T*rlf •Miss dive Bra dberry, bride-elect of Dan Rlttcr of paragould, was comnlimented with a party give" Wednesday night at {he home of Mrs. W. E. Potletv : Guests were members of the Four Table Bridge Club at Dell, Mrs, Geii? Brsdberry and Mrs. Otto Bradnerry, mother of the guest of honor. . . '.,."' .Throughout th^'jarty, e yeltow gud white scherrie was envphaslwd. Jonqulli were tjie Ilvra) decorations while paciages were tied In yellow and while. The individual cukes served »ith Ice cream were iced fn'yellow and embossed with the iiaaiei, "Olive uid IXm". "Mrs. 1. p, McDerrnott was presented high score • prize nnd Mrs, Gene Br.jdberry )ow score prize Ih! (he games. The club gave Miss' ^raaberr} ^ crystal gobltts. | FLAPPER FANNY By 6y ivi. COPR- I WO RY NU Bachtlcre Fffr Neir Jtfen's Crimp. •]Porty couples attended the dance given last flight at the American Legion Hut by members of Uie pachelors club for members of lhe Northeast Arkansas Young Men's club, a sr^'.al group recently organized in the sputti rod of the county. "Driver, Wilson, Osceola, Marie, Grioer, and Luxoni were among the town? of gouth Mississippi county represented at the dance. Prior to- Intermission, officers ol the new club were introduced and made/.brief speeches. '•Dancing began at-9:30 o'clock. Music for the informal affair was provided by the nickelodeon. ? . » »• * >Ias P»rty for Clab. j When Mrs. P. C. Kothrock hod a party at the Ruslic Inn yester- Jiay afternoon for members of the •Thursday Afternoon club, she also Jiad as her guests, Mrs. L. L. Hubener and /Mrs. B. C. Allen. '. A .sandwich plate was served at Xhe conclusion of the games which Mrs. Eddie, Regenold ' high scorer.. v • • * * * All Ctub Members •Attend Bridfe Party * All the members of lhe Thursday Bridge club attended the party given yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn by Mrs. Chester Nabers. ':• Blooming plants decorated the room where Hie games .were played. Tallies were in Mhe spring motif. •;. A sandwich plate'was served at 4he conclusion of. the games \n Vhldi Mrs. Raymond Schmuck re- selved hiih score prize and Mrs. *J.' J. Cookston, traveling prize. Are Guests of Club |: Mrs. Bob Gwynn and Mrs. W. S. fforinston were guests of Mrs. Ivy jv. Crawford yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Double Four Bridge club with £ party at her home. , Jonquils were used for decorations--In connection-with the St. Patrick's day rnbt|f which \vos carried out. A salad plate was served after the games,' "Mrs, Raymond; Smith was high and ifrs. John Foster, second high, among the club' members in the bridge games. Mrs. Bob Gwynn was high anjong the guests. '***'. Gives Domino Party Miss Vita Joe Ppwers, head instructor of lhe .Eagle Shcool of Beauty culture, entertained members, of the school club with n dprnlnp part-y last night, ' The • St. Patrick color scheme "was carried out in the decorations and the sajidwicn. plate served with Iced drinks 'after the. games. _" Miss Wllda Anderson .received high .score prize arid Miss Lorean -Wright, secpnd prize. ' « * "St. Patrick Scheme Used In Bridge Party ; A El. Patrick scheme was carried but- in the decoration* for the parlj given yesterday afternoon by Mrs L. H. Moore for members ot the Delta Contract club. • Tallies, table decorations and refreshments were in keeping will .the motif. The dessert course wa Bits of News Mostly Personal* Claude f. Cooper who ha* b««n III for sever*! clays Is jiow (ibl« to lie back In his office. | J. E. Whltworth has be«» removed from Wails hospital to his home. He had entered the hospital following R scries of heart I, tacks, | IIarpld Roscnthal, who attends the University of Alabama at, Tus- colposa, Is spending the weekend here wllh his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Rosen thai. He ^ accompanied home by a 6choo mate. Bob Miller, of Cleveland, O They came this morning and pJai; to be here until Sunday. The condition of Mrs, Ethel Miller, who underwent an operation at Walls hospital this week, i« very good. Mrs. George pfeuHer spent yes- f terday in Memphis. Her houseguest, Mrs. W. M. Hale, of Memphis, who had spent- & -few days I here, returned to Memphis with Caruthersville Society—Personal ! her. t Mrs. W. llu.slntts and Professions! Women Meet Members of the Business and Professional Women met at the home of Mrs. Daphoii Roland Tuesday night. In the absence of Miss Dollyc Robinson, Mrs. Gertrude McElvain presided over the business session, rlnns were discussed for a Bingo, wlilch is to be held at the Majestic Hole! March 28. For the program, Mrs. Roland conducted an open fonim discussion on tl)e Btibjcct, "Our Economic Opportunities in a Democracy." At the close of the meeting light refreshments were served. * + » Itc-oo-n dub Meets Miss Mary June Cryeler was hostess to the Re-co-n Club and ttvo guests, Miss Harriet Judge of New Madrid and Mrs. Jack Langdon, at her home Tuesday night. High score prize, costume. Jewelry, was won by Miss Minerva Phillips. Miss Mary Jane Bennett bridgoed and received printed linen handkerchiefs, and Mrs. Lang, don won guest Jilgn, figurines. The hostess served refreshments consisting of chicken salad, olives, crackers, brownies, mints and hot tea. E. Potter, Mrs. Ear) "What! You mean $400 is all the govlment thinks I'm worth? Why, my-tonsils cost $50!" i Brownlee »re spending today in Memphis. They will be accompanied home by Miss Koiherlne Davis, of Amory, Miss., who will visit Ice cream in which the shamrock design wns moulded which was served with cake nnd colfee. Bloom- Ing plants were a background for the games. Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford was presented high score pri?.e in the orldge games. Has Birthday Tarty MlBS Evelyn Lcdbetler celebrated her 16th birthday Monday with a parly at lier home. She entertained ten of her friends. Miss Thctn Jo Davis received both prizes In the games Mint were played. Refreshments of sandwiches nnd hot chocolate were served. * * • O. M. T. Club Meets Miss Pauline (Jim nnd Miss .Florence Crawford entertained 12 members of the O. M. T. club nt a bunco party Monday night at the Ulin home. Prizes went to Miss,Louise And- •rson for high score, lo Miss Jcnn Jcrrymnn for low score and to Miss Gcraldinc Freeman for trnv- ling. An Easter motif was carried out ui the refreshments which were erved. with members of the Thursday them here. Allen Rice, who was. stricken with appendicitis Wednesday juorn- ing, is now much better. Miss Virginia Little and Miss Dessert club yesterday afternoon Mury Spflbi Usrey will go to Ox- [las Easier Parly .An Easier party was given by Mrs. Rodney L. Bunister yesterday afternoon for members ol the Thursday Contract club ami two ;ucsts, Mrs. Floyd A. White and Mrs. C. C. Langston. iiiesls were served lunch nt the dining table which was decorated jjjt^'p** »t of mi*ea,——»7 pk - Jn the bridge games which followed, Mrs. John P. Lciitl was high scorer among the club members oncl Mrs. Wiille. simons the guesls. s Hostess lo Club Mrs. Harry W, Unities wns hostess lo members of tho Mld-Wcck when they were entertained with o party nt the home of Mrs. Earl Buckley. An Easter setting was provided by Easter nests, seasonal tollies, brightly tied packages nnd jonquils. Mrs. Eugene Dickinson was presented high score prize and Mrs. Fred Ha.nna, low score prize. Guest prize went to Mrs. Friend. , o * • Luncheon Given Yesterday Mrs. Rons Stevens nnd Mrs. A. E. Erdtnann of Columbia City, Ind.. who has been spending the winter here, entertained 12 guests at n luncheon yesterday afternoon nt the Stevens home. A three course luncheon was served nt small tables arranged in rooms decorated ivlth jonquils. The flowers set lhe color scheme for the parly which was yellow and green and which was carried out in the tallies, mil cups and other decorations. After lunch, the guests played bridge and rummy. * * • U. D. C. Has Meeting. Mrs. 5. P. Martin and Mrs. G. B. Barnes were hostesses to members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy at a meeting ycsler- clny afternoon at Ihe Barnes home. Mrs. James B. Clark, program chairman, was assisted by Mrs. B. P. Martin who read n paper on iord, Miss., tomorrow to spend the week end" with friends at .the University of Mississippi. They are going down especially for the annual pansy breakfast of the Delta Dcltn Delta sorority which will be FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1940 South Dakota, Is now employed al he Goldejj Rule Store liere. She s a cousin to Mrs. b. E. Evenson. and the Economics Plans," at the! meeting of the International Relations Department of the Wilson CIMI™ i ,' lhe U ' S ' Navy Co °I )elatlv <= Club, «t the home of E atloned at, Long Beach, calif., Is Mrs. c. L. Bird on Thursday aftei- vlslting his parents at Hayti. He, noon will, twelve members iVrcs- spcnt Monday night nt caruthers-! cut. An open discussion followed vile with his uncle, Mnx Dlxon,! during which Uic hostess served onp ininii>. I cake and coffee, assisted by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reeves, 6r.,' Berry Grain. The rooms wore love- ilrovc to Memphis Tuesday, Mrs, '}' with large vases of pussywillow Reeves remained for' a check up at and winter honeysuckle U)C Methodist Hospital there. She I * * - WJH return lo Carulhersville the' Coillllon Club Dance latter part of the week. | About twenty-five couples, their Mrs. William Crysler spent guests and stags danced al the Thursday In BIythcville. jdiib house on Thursday night, T. H. Bridges of Pascoja wns a : wllcn tlle Cotillion club was enter- business visitor h«re Wednesday, i lftl " e a by Mrs. C. L. gird and Mrs. Mrs. Mamie Jumper, who linn Jo ™ ) V100 . (1 - turkey dinner was and the club been suilerlng with flu nil thin week Is reported to be somewhat smcd bll(I et ' Improved. room £ wci'e decorated wltli pro. Mrs. Maude Brngg has been con- { u f' on f of CBr V spring flowers, the flnetl to her home with flu Blncc , le Jlttvl 'ig « large centerpiece of Monday. ] J 0 "quils with winter honeysuckle, C. o. Shepawl hns been absent ? ncl P u fi E .vwillow Hanked by candies from bis office all week because of , '" c O'stal candelabra. illness. Wilson Society—Personal I.aUoramus Ciuss Party The monthly social of (he Uibor- anms Class of the Methodist Sunset Garden Club Meets Mrs. W. M. Wallace, who has been n patient In the Methodist HospIUil in Memphis for the past three weeks, has been removed to hw- home hoc. Her condition remains the same. •n The Hospitals Henry Prlntup was removed to the MelhocUst Dosplta) In Memphis where he underwent an appendectomy. Miss Sarah Morgan, .student, at At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Horace Brynnt Jr., Braggadocio, admitted. Orvillc Elkins Jr., city, admitted. Opal pierce, Herniandale, admitted. Mrs. Cecil Brown, Steele, admitted. Mrs. S. A. Thompson, city, admitted. Mrs. Clyde .Pineli, c n y , dismissed. Ruby DePrlost. Stcele, dismissed. Illyilievlllc Hospital M, L. Crane, city, admitted. Mrs. Ruth Owens, Bragg City, admitted. W. L. Crarton, city, admitted. Frank Oret'), Caruthersville, dismissed. Cavid orgel. Caruthcrsvllte, dismissed. Mrs. Ruby Webster, city, dismissed. Memphis Melhocllsl Hospital W. E. Kennedy, Steele, admitted. Memphis St. Jos-eph's Hospital James Sullivant, clly, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Donald nice, city, dismissed. Claude Gregory, Caruthersville admitted. Mrs. C. M. Gooch of Memphis, n]University of Tennessee, Knoxvllle, member nl the Memphis Garden c . amc home Wednesday for u vnca- Cluh, spoke on meeting of the "Roses" Sunset at the Garden Club, held on Tuesday afternoon at the Basselt club-house, with eighteen members present, end Mrs. J. A. Merrill and Mrs. Gladys Mott church was a kid party, and was ae ting as hostesses. Mrs, Gooch held Tuesday night in Parlor A of | lnaclc n VCI '. V interesting talk on the church. There were 23 prcs-' tlle c ulture, planting, pruning and r?nt, Including four new members, £OiI of roses ' vlth Mrs. K. B. Chiles Mrs. P. W. Hornev, Mrs, Buren Bnlley, Mrs. David Covey and Mrs. Hope, as well as one visitor,. Miss presiding over the business session. A socip.l hour followed during which the hostesses served de- lion willi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morgan. D. N. Morris, accompanied by his .son, David Norman, left for Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Wednesday, where ihey will visit Mrs D. N. Morris, who is a patient in the Methodist Sanitarium, there. She will return home will- within a few days. Read Ccurler Mews want ads. , _ ^ ILIUII^I Liiivi mi>?, *-r. u. JMUILIII;Y),-}, Sunday morning. Both attended Al tllc ,. losi . Qf Ule gnmeSj po|) Marian McCutchen, of Whealley, j llcious refreshments. Mrs. Orr, of Ark. "" '•' '" ' ' " After R brief business meeting, games were ployed and prizes were iron by Mrs. Glrard CRlllhflii, Mrs. Dplbcrt Harper, Mrs. Biiren Bailey, Miss Louise Frnnklln, Mrs. Glen Tinsley and Mrs. O. J. Matthews. the University. The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Over- Iiolser of C'oinersvillc, Tcnn., returned home yesterday alter linv- ing spent a few days lierc with their son, the Rev. James A. Over- liolscr, and Mrs. Ovcrholsev. .The Rev. Mr. Overholser, who motorefl them home, will return this nfter- corn balls nnd tiol chocolate were ;ev\'ccl and suckers were given as favors. Mrs. Fred Williams and daughter. Jewel, spent, Thursday in Memphis. Mrs. O. B. Alexander left Monday for Ne\vbern, Tcnn., where she was called by the illness and Mrs. Clnra Davis and daughter, j , ubscqlcent amih of | ier 1)rQt j, er . Mrs. and ' " a B. Mott. Mrs. C. B. Wood, are expected in Tex., where they have spent Winter. Defense "" *"* During the business session, the chapter voted to place more books on their shelf In the library. A bronze plate is to be placed on the shelf in the near future. During the social hour, Iho hostesses served n dessert course. Hear Missouri State .. .. ' '"• ' School Head Speak HOLLAND, Mo., Mar. Ifi.—Lloyd W. King of Jefferson City, slnte superintendent of school? of Missouri, spoke at. the Holland lilsh school Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock before several hundred citizens from the Steele, Cooler and. Holland districts on "Rcorganira-! tion of school administrative units' in 'order lo give the child more and belter education facilities." He came here to discuss the plan of cooperating the three school dls-' trlcts Into one in order thai south end of pemlscol County can get a two year junior college. Members of Boards of Education [rom all dislricts met Superintendent King and will Inter vote on the incorporation. This plan his been under discussion among several sources here In tlic past two years. tablo which had a center decora- tamcs — be gift. 4 « • Day Cards Wllh Club Mrs. Joe O. Trlurchmanu and Mrs. .1. P. 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Mr. and Mrs. Wlllnrd Collins and baby son of Elder), Mo., spent Tuesday afternoon and night here with Mrs. Collins sisters, Misses Emmn. Minnie and Josie Mormn, snd brother. Ott- Moiian. Mr. and Mrs. Collins were enrouU; to Memphis. Tenn., where Mr. Collins' mother, Mrs. \V. H. Collins, is a | patient in the hospital then; for ft I major operation. j Miss Lucille Himing of Mitchell, Memphis, who accompanied Mrs. ' Gooch, were the guests 0! Mrs. Merrill, who brought them to Wilson and showed them the clubhouse, and oilier places of interest. This garden club is composed of omen in South Mississippi County, including Wilson, Bassett and Joiner, and whose achievement is civic improvement, and the hcau- tilication of the cemetery at Bassett. which has recently been improved with a hedge fence. Senior 1'Iay To lie I'rcscnlcd. 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