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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1940
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PAGE TWC BMfTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Temple fcraei meeting eight o'clock with Mrs 'S. Jlede). ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs , Charles Langslon' Jr. Executive Board, Central Parent Teacher association, meeting 2:30'o'clock at school, preceded by General : . meeting at. 3:00 o'clock. Mrs.'W. J., YVunderlich entertaining/Wednesday Bridge club. Woman's council, First Christian church, .paying prc-Easler service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.' N. Khoury entertaining Prosperity cliib, 2:30 o'clock, at h'er Steele home. Mrs. W. D. McClurkhi cnlcr iainlng Delta Contract club. Thursday . Dessert .'club meeting with Mrs. Richard Dickinson. Mrs. .W, I* Homer having Midweek. Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meet- ing'with Mrs. 'O. W. McCntchcn. Mrs. .John Poster 'entertaining Double Pour club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with ; Mrs. -J; E. Patterson. Mrs Byron Morse Slaving Thursday Luncheon club Woman's Council, First Christian church, hiring pre-Easter service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. Phebean • Sunday school, First Baptist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Wyse Perry. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council, First Christian church, having pre-Eas(cr service, •2:30 o'clock, at church. Mrs. Rupert CraJlon having Friday,. Bridge club. . .SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cpllllioii club having supper dance,, nine o'clock, American Legion Hut. • _Mrs. Elton W. Kirby mid Mis \V. L. Homer, entertaining Chapter N of (lie P. E. O, sisterhood at the Hornor home, one o'clock. FLAPPER FANNY » COPIUMOiVNCiSriMCI.lM. T.M. UK.U.S. I By Sylvia Society Gives Vageiiiil. •r,In order to Interest women In :••• 'fiubijoriblng to the World Outlook, . ar p'a'geimi was presented yesterday ' . attefho'on st the meeting of Die Woman's Division of Christian Service 'of 'the Lake Street Melh- ''. odlst church. •' '''-Mrs. Iverson Morris, who was In Charge, was assisted uy Mrs. T. W. Neiil, Mrs. George Stimuli]), Mrs. George Disinger, and Mrs. A. E. - tJewis. the business session lire- aided over by Mra. W. L. Green, it rW'P.s reported thai ten dollars "•li'aU been cleared from the "picture gallery" .sponsored Thursday night al the church.. Plans were made .Tor the regular, birthday 'dinner which is held life last Monday.rin each quarter. Jt ii'lll be served, al -ail all c!n.v meeting next Monday beginning n't -10 o'clock. The eighteen present were led in prayer by Mrs. George Crews' and Mrs. -Adda Reagan. Tiny is Presented. • A two-act play, "Home Missions," was presented al the Royal Service meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Bup.. .list church yesterday afternoon al the 'church. Seventy, members were present for the program which wiis arranged by members o[ Circle "Three. Mrs. G. V. Dawes gave the devotional. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. Harry Fritiius had 'the character parts, while others In the casl were Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, Mrs. E. P Hardin, Mrs. Richnrd fiobe- Sbn, Mrs. Joe McGhee. Mrs. J. J. Cookston, Mrs. Roy Porter, Mrs. R. VI. Schrocder, Mrs. Robert Wade Jr. * + • Class Has Meeting Members of the Beta Clil Sunday school class, of the First Presbyterian church were entertained nt the home of Mrs. E. P. fry last "Sure, you can get drdes easy 'cause your dad \vorks al the ice-cream factory—mine just has an olc bmik." elgn missions; Mrs. George Mulr, secretary ol Syiiodical rind 'Prcs- nterlal missions; Mrs. T, K. Mn- inn, 'secretary of church education inri ministerial relief. Circle chairman inslnllcri ycslcr-, laj were as follows: Mrs. W. A. Llobyns, chairman of Circle One- \irs. ft. li. Houchlns, circle Two; VIIss Emma Kaie Klchaids, Circle Tlircc; Mis. Zal n. Harrison, Bust- { ness and Professional Woman's . Circle. OiTlecrs who served last year,' but who will cmilhuio (heir two vcnr tciins this year follow: Mrs., 0. V. McLemi, (Secretary; Mrs. J. i Nick Thomas, secretory of social. activities; Mrs. Byron Morse, .sec-1 •clary of Christian social service; ! Mrs. J. D. McGiil, secretary of As- j seiiibly's home missions; Mrs. Dixie 3ra\vfoid, seorc'tary of pastor's aid; tfrs. James A. Ovorholser, sccre- ary of religious education, Mrs. Kal D. Harrison, retiring iresldcnt, was leader of the program ^yhlch consisted of music nnd responsive readings.' Yearly reports of\al! .pfflcersi•were.\madc before (he-3^ membeivr 'present. •'-• *• 4 y , V .• '• Missouri Bride night .'.'when Mrs. B. 'Hiomas and Miss Mnry Farnccs Stacy were co-hostesses. At the conclusion of Ihc brief business session, the 17 present took part in contests which had Iwcn arranged. Winners were Miss Era \Vrighl and Mrs. Perry Barber. A (JCEsert course'was served during Uie social hour which followed. ' - - * t • Sirs, llaincs Will Be P. t. A. Speaker Mrs. lla-ry W. mines, president ot the Junior-Senior High Parent Teacher association, will speak at the .meeting of the Central Parent Teacher-group tomorrow afternoon al the 'school auditorium at three o'clock, Her subject will be "Lunp- lijhters'' The general meeting is io be preceded by an executive board mcc.l- C'lrclcs Meet ..The four circles of (lie Woman's Division for Christian Service of .lie First Methodist church met, In he homes of various members for Bible lessons yesterday afternoon. ^Mrs. C..S. Stevens niid Mrs. John Ed James were hostesses to (6 members of Circle One. Mrs. Hugh WhitsiU taught the Bible study Seven members or Circle Two :ard Mrs. L. L. Hubcner give c Bible study nt the meeting at' the home of Jfrs. Max B. Reid. Mrs. W. D. Wood ivns co-hostess. Mrs. L. E. Baker taught the Bile -study for Circle Three when 'he and Mrs. Horace Walpole and Mrs. Roland Green entertained nt the Green home. Twenty four nember.s attended. Seventeen • incnibc;v> of Circle our attended the meting nt the nomc of Mrs. Cliarles Crigger Jr. Mrs. Harry Kirby taught, the lesson. Traces (iron-Ill of Chinch The growth- of llic Christian religion from flic earnest day to the Reformation period wa.s discussed oy the Rev. Matthew A. Curry, rector of Si. Stephen's Episcopal church, nt the 'meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of tlio church yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. L. Ungler. The devotional was conducted by Miss L'lisc Moore and Mrs. Kngler. «l 2 30 o'clock. Mrs F V Joyncr read Uie prcsWenl's message -and special music will be presented. Officers Are Installed Mrs. G. W.-O'iltilicnty was (n- stalled as president of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First .Presbyterian church yesterday, allcrnoon when members met. for the closing session of the chufch year. Mrs. Ray AVorXliIngto'n 'was train cd ticasurcr to fill the unowned tcrm-.of Mrs. toillahunty, Othci new officers iiistallcd bj Ihc Rev. James A Overholsei, ins- tor," were- Mi's jame.s b clail, Jilstojlan; Mrsr\Vtll(am Young, secretary of literature, Mrs Ross Stevens, secretary of spiritual life- Mrs , C M Cray, secretary of for- Miss Moore also Ihe study course before Ihc Rev. ,Vr curry IRVr his laH; Ol , - rll! , Klrt Church". lefreslimcTits were .served during Uio social liour which Followed. ObMTvr Birthday Anniversary Halurdiiv The Irish Saint 1 * ' DIV lo-rllrr with the March nth birthdays ol J. E. Patterson and his son. _ .. -.,. Milton Patterson, became the occasion for a birthday party Saturday night oy Mrs. Patterson al her home Albert £>llba.a gussl. m Uie party so h«s n Wrlhduy on si. Patrick's The Ihrce course supper wa^ scrvttt from (he liulfct which was decorated with grccji candies in ; O .^l... itl •Ivcr holders and yellow tmtert green. In the center of the omhig table was a birthday eike decorated shamrocks and green candles, numbering th Wned ngcs of father and .son After games of cards nnd checkers, tlic cake was cut ami -crvcrf "'"• shamroi-k brick l rr iVrim opened. birthday gilu v.cic thru Pre-liaslcr Serucrs of . ^ c Pfc-Kaslcr service ol pierer of the First Christian"dnn-c^tv C i-e .begun yesterday afternoon \^n Mrs, J.c. Ellis !ed tlle program "^ Pnul DcHofr, of Canitlicrs- vllle, was before her man Inge ^fnr<!ll 8, Miss Olndys \VeiiiffneId, ol Cooler. '"Ilio Christian Needs steadfastness." The service:) will be continued each dny 'this week til Hie church They , begin i\l ii:3D o'clock. Tlic call to worship fallowed by n responsive reading nnd hyinn ojiened the service. Mrs. John C. Mctlnney Jr. then read a poem by Ednn St. Vincent, Mlllny. Mrs. Ellh led In a pci-io;! of silent niecUtBtion. "Onr Missionaries in china" was discussed by Mis. George w. B)r- linm, nnd Mrs. Ellis gnvc n topic on "tx;t. Women Be. Slcnrifust for P«acc." Mrs. James Terry snng a solo, "Pence. Be Still." She was accompanied by Mrs. Rcnlvcrl \vnt- enkamp, phnist. Mrs. Nonrond Hcclsrc save (iiioln- tions from llic FVdern) Coiinci] bnllelih after which the 15th Psalm vv!is repeated In unison. Mrs. Eflis led in prayer whlsli preceded the miisicfli benediction. Beetle li.-is "Auto l,i B hts" OBAND FORKS. N. D. (UP)— An "automobile" beetle, with two shtn- I»IB ivhite Intnps In It.s head and n red reflector in llic rear plows at nijlu, is Hie ot some '2.COO African. North :uid South AnierlCiin beetles colleiHcd by Dr. Ncal ,\. Weber, univeraly . , of North D.iliotn biology Instructor. Bits of News Mostly Personal* J. B. Wiittworth of Athens, Oa j;i-nt Siniday liere with his father . E. WhIUvorlh, wlio )ias been ntlcally 111 but Is now slowly )n>. roving ul the home of his BOD Frank Whllworth, and Mrs. Whlt- worlli. Mrs. M. O. Uercy, Mrs. H, C. nose find Mrs. James n. Clark went to Little Rock today to attend 'the stale .Daughters of the American Revolution conference. Mrs. Usrey went. RK regent, while Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Clark represent 'the C'h'ar- lei'olx chapter as delegate*. They were accompanied by -Miss Mary Spain Usrcy who will visit there. 'ITicy plan to return Thnrsday nf- trrnoon. ^ : Il•B. Fi-ank Tomllnfioii, of New Orleans, has arrived to spend a. month here with her mother, Mrs" S. P. Crnflon, and fninlly. Ira Gray and C. M. Gray arc Jipcnding today in Union City, Tcnn, with thclv sister, Mrs. R. c. Boston. Victor Ivy is resting well al his liojne following n tonsillcctpfny pcr- fonnt'il ywterdny at BJythevillc Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles Crlggcr Jr. and Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr Sr. are spending today In Memphis, W. L. Crafton has been removed from Blylhcvillc Hospital to his home, 913 Holly street, where he is now improving. Chrence White Jr. is resting well ul Blyllicvlllc Hospital following' nn appendectomy performed Suudav afternoon. Mrs. Eddie IjQgcnold is to undergo n minor operation ill the M em- phis Baptist hospital today. Jvivs. Arthur Vance went down with 'her yesterday, nnrt Mr. Regcnold ino- toi-eci down tadiy to Join tlicm.' Miss Robin Gill, student nt Arkansas State College nt Jonesboro, spent last week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B, G. Gill of Dell. She had ns her guests, her roommate, MI^ Helen Ncece of Hoxle. Miss June Rauls of llor- nsrsvlllc. Mo., and Miss Ruth Mc- lii'ide of Parngoiild. Mrs: J. o. Mc'Orcw and il-fi-o-. Herman Ciirvill Jr., both of Helena, spent (he week curt here with Mrs, McGrcw's daughter, Mrs. Norwood Hcdtc, and Mr, Hedge, and her brother, George W. Patterson, n»d fninlly. While here, Mrs. 'Cnr- vlll, a sister of Mrs. Hedge, also visited Mr. and Mrs, 3. Louis Cherry. -~ Miss Christine Doyle anil Mis? Joyce Gill spent Ihc week end in Llttlu Rock where they attended Ihe home economics convention. Miss Gill was the Burst of Miss Exta Neil Malian while there. Temple Israel To Observe Purim Sunday Purlin, the Fcaul o'l I/)ts, commemorating (he deliverance from the cruel plot of Hflinnn, a courtier drunk with power, 'will be observed In Temple Israel Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, The account cf Purlin, recorded in the Uibllcnl story of Ksther, recalls how the machinations of [faman were revealed to Ihc King ol 1'irsia through Esther, the niece of Mordecal, the Queen of Persia. In a world torn by barbarism, ag- groFslon, the negation of human Itlr:rlles. llic festival rekindles llic ho|)f: (hat pre-sfiiit-diiy tyranny will nwrl its end, according (o habbl ilcrman Politick who made the announcement. The members ol Ihc Sunday School will render a program for the .occasion. The kindergarten class will recite poems, classes two, three, and four will present a Purlin pageant based on ihp play, "The Pnrini Tale" J>y Henry Wool'f, The confirmation class will read tlic ritual, prizes will be awarded lo (he students who were winners In n Dr. I. Q. purim Qua. ,s']ie<:lal musicnl iannl>cr.s are Ijeing prepared by the choir. After llic program the Ladles Aid of the Temple will serve a supper In the American Legion lint nl .six o'clock. Two County Youths Enlist in Navy Two Mississippi county youlliK have been senl to the United Slates Navol Training Station, Norfolk. Vu., following ilioir -enlistment in the navy. Martin Elliott Walker nnd Ro- niiineth Theodore Blackivood, both 61 Manila, have been accepted as Apprentice Seamen with first train- Ing at Norfolk. To Hold Bingo Party At Lost Cane Tonight Plans for a bingo parly to be licld Tuesday night were made al n Hireling of the Losl Cane Home Demonstration club Thursday al tlic home of Mrs. Walter Vast- blnrtcr. noil call was answered ivith each member telling what she would do for beller homes week. Plans were also made for the building of a club house. Sandwiches ami coffee were scrv- rd the 15 members'and four guests, Mrs. A. C. Dnc'los ot Gosneil, Mrs. Waller Lewis of Dell. Mrs. W. L. Smith, of Ahnorcl. president of the i-ounty council, and Miss Cora Lee ColeniRii, county home demonstration n'gent. Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct serial usage by answering the following -questions, then ohcckinn inst Ihe authoritative answers bc'lov.-: 1. Is it correct, to adcirew u letter "Dr. John 3;nitl!, M. D."? . In speaking to your doctor on llic street, shonlrt you .idrlresi him as "Doc r ? 'i. If you rive going to your doctors office, should you first make an appointment if possible? , -\;' v ? hrn seated next to ;i doctor at'dinner, should yoii discuss' yoftr latest illness? 5. When you meet your doctor at a party or some othev social event, should you ash him for professional advice? What would you rio II— You arc waiting In a doctor's office where his secrolnvy is busy typewriting- fa) Attempt to carry on a conversation with (he secretary? (b) Rend a magazine? AnsSvcr.s 1. No. "Ur..iohn Smith" or "John Smith. .M. D." l 'i. No. 3. Yes. ; 1. No. • 5. No. ; Best "What Would You Do" So- lution—(b). These symptoms .ifirn result from fc- nule functional disotdcra. Ko start lorfnu '™" strfi » ' , • ' v- mi i <lil)i,-i,|t , . d calm unstnmt ncrvM t ncrvM mri IOSSM; unnoying female functir, n .il irrntularilirs." Tlio bcsl known anil one of (he mn;l rffccliK "womanV lonirs. In linuia or KEY.STONH ALFALFA SEKOS AM, KINDS FIELD SEEDS JiABV CHICKS L, K. Ashcraft Co, fUlUNA TEED5 Vdonc 154 STARTING TUESDAY MORNING MAR. 26-ONE WEEK GONE WITH THE W1N» THE WEEKDAY MATINEES WILL BK Hsnnl cbiitlmioiis iwrformnnccs with no resPivcd seats. You may come unylim.r from 10:00 A. M. up to 2;)5 ,,. M ; nn(J «ce a complete performance. For night shows nnd Sumlny matinee all seals air iT.wri-od. Tickets are now on snlr. [>.«'ID 0. StUMCK-S ti,i«n, V MW.W.T MITCHELL'S "GONE WITH THE WIND" " TECHNICOLOR afri v CLARK GABLE -..«,. «»b HOWARD . neHAVl'liAND VIVIEN LEIGH"/' ' l, V1CTTO Fl.iMlNC MAD, OIU)KH,s ,\OW ACCKI'TKD Iickcts now on sale Rosy Theatre Office 9:30 p.m. S^l! S1 r. W ( i '» '"''"'' A " S ° atS Kcscrvci1 Sl.« H«fl- 'l'»N Hctkdaj 1 .Mais. (Oiitimious—Not Hrscrvcil '•V incl. (ax ^'''"lo^t^mwher' 11 " *' im " tcrt lhis "''"'"«•"<>'> «'» Atlanta world iiit'intfiy. ' ' C ' M1 ' ' Ls 'I11KATIU1 BLYTllEVILLli no 1 , mi- Glamor Girls Take Back Seal As Harvard ..-Steals lie'auiy Show TUESDAY, MARCH ID, 1940 Demonstration Club News Notes Celebrates Birthday..'. Members of tijc Home DCIIIOM- slration club had a tirlhday pnrty for Mrs. fda Richnrdson last week on the occasion of her 57th anniversary. A Dutch luncheon was served after .which the giic-is enjoyed Promised 1,,-md (;|,,|, Aiccls. Mrs. Emintt Wilson, Mrs. J. \V. McGaughy and Mrs, Tliomns 'West entertained '13 members of Hie Premised Land Home Demonstration club and five visitors Wednesday afternoon :il the West home. Visitors were Miss Cora Lcc C'okniEin, county home demonstration aucnt. Mrs. Chester Burn- i>am. Mrs. Starling Young, Mrs, .1. W. McOauglicy and Miss Clara Wilson. Mrs. reel-cation leader, su- pcrrisccl .the gaines and conlesl.s ployed during Hie social hour. Mis. Herman nitlcnbcrry wa.s winner or the Rower contest. Miss Colc- mnn in the Easter bonnet contest. Mrs. Chester Biirnham in Die bean bag contest. .Refreshments of suidivlches, jcllo, cookies 'and iced drinks were served by the hostess. The ncxi regular meeting will be April 3 n't the home or 'Mrs. Will Cannon. Everyone Is asked to attend this meeting ns various I chairmen are to be elected nt that lime. Hull) Allen tabove) leader of Boston's professional models, |H>uls on a bench in the Boston Common, where she fled alter refusing to compete with Back Bay debbies for glamor crown recently. Miss Alien charged that judges of the contest, staged for Finnish Relict. were "packed" in favor of. the debs. It didn't matter much, because winners were four Harvard University "models" from the Hasty Pudding Club. Socialite-model Leslie Blake (left), who won a cup for physical perfection, replaced Miss Allen ol the last minute ns lender of tiie professionals. At The Hospitals Itlyllievtllc Hosiiit:il Victor ivy. city, admitted. Mrs. A. W. Turner, Leachville. admitted. W. L. Craflon, city, dismissed. Mrs. Lee DuFoor. city,, dismissed. WnHs Hospital '"Mrs. 1 -j: I,; .Bajrnrd, 'Manila; admitted. Miss Lola Thompson, citv nil- mittecl. Mrs. t,. V. Slcphchs, LHbourn, dismissed. Baby Dorothy lioach, Manila, dismissed. Hobert Moore,.Manila, dismissed. Richard Moore, Manila, dismissed. Jinnnie Moore, Manila, dismissed. Mrs. J. w. Wiclncr, Portaseville dismissed. Memphis K-diilist lliis|ii(;il Mra. K. M. Regenold, Arniovcl. admitted. .fames Tillman, Wilson, admitted. LONDON (UP)—Wiille working in his garden at Cickelhiim. Police- Constable MissleUm .saw a 40-foot oak tree dlsappeav vertically into a crater. Only the top blanches now show above the moulh of tlic cra- Icr. Most all merchants handle our RKELFOOT BRAND SAUSAGE. , Call-for (list -Brand i«nd take-no other. Made by— REYNOLDS PACKING COMPANY UNION CITY, TENNESSEE EXPERT BEAUTV WORK CALL 106 Appo ^ ni . nt Margaret's _ BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swedish Aiassngc, Vaji, ISaths Mrs. Kulli J^H-hnn lion Wity fyt A toy in size but a mastiff in spirit, the Pekingese is of royal blood . . . Was once held sacred in China—the theft of one being punishable by a most horrible death. Long known as the Lion Dog because of his small-scale resemblance and imperial waj's The "Peke" is always a "lion" with the ladies. Many experts advocate regular baths for the house pet—always in a warm place Followed by a good brushing. U sc lukewarm water only, please . . . Canine skin is tender. ElYTHEVSLLE WATER CO. Bernard Allen, !\lgr. ''Water Is Vour Cheapest Itoumnjditj" CAUGHT COLD? Gel direct relief from discomforts... nib throat, chest, back with clinic-tested Sign the New Register at the Ritz TUESDAY — PAL 2 ndmHfeii for price of I WOMEN WITHOUT NAMES ^.o Comedy iS:'-- : N6velty*! A BEAUTIFUL THAT WJtl STIR YOUR EMOTIONS . . . AND OPEN YOUR EYES! ^^Sli^^ _^! so News * Coniciv" FRSDAY, MAK. 22 ood Itcasons Why You Should Attend . HIIL RMCH „„„„.: » MI,My No, ,)...» tmmlimml Si... I«,,., KOW. >h> »««•$ MOJI iMpaiiA'Hi Viciut ofMICf UNO MEN STEINBECK «»stliKiss HmMTn- Alsa. .Selected Slidrls Coming Tncsdav. Marc)) For ;i Week's HUH WITH .THB WIND Y 'I'tics., Wed., Mar. 15)-20-21 ' Pal Nigh I. 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