The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 20, 1940
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PAGE TWC J?LYTHEVILLE.(ARK.) COUKIER NEWS Social Calenda THURSDAY'S EVENTS Vis, N. Khoury entertaining Prosperity "Club,. 2:30 o'clock, at her Steels home. Mrs. W, p. McClurkln entertaining Delta Contract club. Thursday .Dessert club meeting with 'Mrs. -Richard Dickinson. ,>Irs. >W. L Homer having Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club meet- Ing with Mrs. O. W, McCutchen •Mrs. John Foster entertaining Etouble Four club. '^Thursday Brldgo club meeting with Mrs. J. E,. Patterson. Mrs. Byron Morse having Thurs- d&y Luncheon club. .Woman's Council, First chrisliai- church, having pre-Eastcr service. 2^30 o'clock, at church. iPhebean Sunday. school, first Baptist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock wjth Mrs, Wysc Perry. f FRIDAY'S EVENTS •Roman's Council, First Chrlstlav church, having pre-Eastcr service. 3:30 o'clock, &t-church. . Mrs. Rupert Crafton having Friday Bridge dub. : SATURDAY'S EVENTS [Cotillion club having supper dance, nine o'clock, American Legion Hut. . >Mjs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs. \V. L. Homer entertaining Chapter N ; or the P, E. O. sisterhood at the . Hbrncr home, one o'clock. Miss^Buchanan Engaged •^Tol; Louis Trowbridge Jr. Mr,7and Mrs.''William Edward .•.•Buchanan announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Bonnie Jeanne, to. Louis Edward Trow- brjdge'Jr., .Of Farmington, Mo., son of: Mr. and Mrs, Trowbridge 8r.. of Sti'Loiils.. .: • ,The wedding will bo solemnized Sunday,; April .21, at three o'clock at" th'tr.First Baptist church by the Rev. Alfred'<CRrpcntcr. ... Miss Buchanan was graduated from the local, high school two yearsi'ago'.,.Since that: time, she has -bien-,connected with 'the law office of George W. flfirlinm and is nojv with tJic Mississippi County Agriculture Extension service. She is.well known in musical circles of the citylJhaving'appeared on numerous: programs as violinist. Mr. Trowbridge was graduated from Washington University at St Louis where he.was affiliated with several,, honorary .fraternities In- eluding Tau\Beta .'pl ; PI Mu Ep- 6ilcn and Slgrha XI. He Is an efficiency expert with the Rice SUx Dry Goods,company, having been stationed here > before going to Fgnhlrigton E 1x1 months ago :•,•.;.! ....... • "'•>-• •.. Are Guesls Of Club .Mrs. John Thomas Scnnlcm and Miss .Virginia Little werc/gueste of Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. Tom P. Martin,' last, night when she entertained members of Uie Double G. Bridge club with a party at her home _Miss Little was high scorer and Miss Margaret Shaver, second high fcorer in the bridge games The .hostess served a 'dessert course alter the guests Imd finished playing. . * * • Hcnime Ctmeitry Officers. Officers ' of the Maple Glove cemetery association were named Jor another year yesterday nfter- rcocn at- a meeting at the home of . Mrs. J. \y. Durham. •Mrs. w.' M. Crowe is president ov the organization; Mrs. Sallle Hublcr, vice president; Mrs. E F BJomeyer, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. J. w. Durham Is chairman of the sick committee, and Mrs. Anthony Thompson of, the Ways and Means committee. Mrs. Frank Webb end Mrs. Durham work with •' Mrs. Thompson on the latter committee. .An Easter motif was carried out. In the refreshment plate of Ice cream and cake. » * * Have Mission Lesson. , Members of the Business Wom• an s circle of the First Baptist church met with Dr. Edna Nlcs lust; night for a mission study program. • 'Miss Willie Davis taught tho lesson from the .study book to tho 18 present. Mrs. Cornelius G. Schearer was B new member and Mrs Luna BIsfc was a visitor. A social hour followed Dip program period. Entertains Club. ] 'ifrs.'L. s. Benish was hostew to 1 members .of 'the Cily Contract club.and.two guests, Mrs. H. G •Partlow and Mrs. Fred Rulher- : ford, for a party at her homp last night 'Refreshments were sened after the games In which Mrs Rutherford was high and Mrs Jcsscc Stilt, second high scorer To Have Easter Egf Hunt. The Beginners department ot the First Baptist church will ha\e an Easter egg hunt on the lawn, of the church Saturday afternoon aj.2.30 oclocX, H nas announced EXPERT BEAUTY WOKK CALL 106 For Margaret's SHOP FLAPPER FANNY - CCPB. i«o ti HU sisvice. we. T- M «ia. it, ». «r erf By SylviJ "Now, you sny where we're to meet, Fan—the candy store, or the soda fountain—just any place that's convenient for you." Intcndent of the department. t » • Patterson Speak: At P. T. A. Meetin today by Mrs. Leslie Moore, super- dance for members only wliir.h will '-'— J — ' -' " ' ' • begin at nine o'clock. Members may call for their pro- Ernms Thursday, Friday ov Satur- - ......... . t ..., b . ^"V at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson, minister H ' F - Kelscv Jr - ' of the. First Christian church, * * ' spoke at a meeting of the Lnnge Is Hostess To Club Parent Teacher association ycster- Miss Until Butt was to dny afternoon at the school. members of the Tuesday Afternoon He was Introduced by Mrs. .Ii. c ' l| b nnd one 'cuest, Mrs, Joe Lit- L. Hubencr, pi'oernm chairman, 'zelfehier of Colnmbln, Mo., house' , , wlio nko rend the president's mes- sngc. , ., of Dr. nmt Mrs. S. P, Mar- - . . . , His subject was "Religious Mn, for n party yesterday nftei 1 " Trnlnln^ In the Home." noon at her homo. Musical numbers on the program Mrs..,, Rcnkert Wetenkamp was vcre a solo, "I Dream of Jcanie" high, and Mrs. Lltzclfcliicr, second , by EiiE<nla Moore, and a group ol piriluals by members ot the Langc irl Scout troop. . In (he attendance contest, Miss Sllzabclli JIalstcad's room received he dollar. ' • • * * * ''•'.-.-.'. 5'lays^C.irtls IVIth Cluli Mrs. W. a. Wood played'cards with members of the Tuesday club' yesterday afternoon whciiT fliey vcre .entertained at tho liome Mrs. Max B. Reid. of A salad course was served after he gnmcs in which MLS. Doyle fenderson wns high and Mrs. Riley B. Jones, second high scorer. * * • Complete Plans For Cotillion Club Dance Plans have been completed for hn Coillllon club dnnce to be given Saturday night'si nine o'clock at he American Legion Hut, the oom- nittec In charge announced today. Tire allair Is to be a supper . , high In the bridge gnmes. Refreshments were served after the games. Council Continues Caster 1'raycr Service The pie-Easter week of prayer services were continued at First Christian church yesterday afternoon when Mrs. W. O. Gem-in was lender of the Woman's'Council'pro- gram, "The Christ la,® Needs Perspective," For the prelude, Mrs. J. Lowe played "Open My Eyes Tint I May See." Excerpts from the poems of Thomas Curtis Clark, Vincent MHlay were read bv Mrs, Cjcurln and responded to by tho audience. . lllgl^L, LIII4 ' Miss Anlla Faye Beck told of the the church " story, "If Yon Love Mrs. Russell Ba from Me. Lean i, special gave Harkness. The meeting was closed pelts In Europe. with the song, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" and the missloniiv benediction. ' . ' ' •"•• » • • .. ' • Imniisfs Studied ; At A. A. U W. Mttling. The Imaglsls, n school of writers of modern poetry, were discussed last night by Mrs, Farmer EJigland; who Is conducting' a course on contemporary poetry-.foi 1 the study group of the American Association of University Wom«n. Tlio group, which hud Its second meeting last night, was en- lertaincd at the homo of Mrs. James H. Bell. Ten members were present. MLss Mary riclchcl wns a reader on the program for which recordings of modern poetry were also played. The meeting next week will be at the home of Miss Ruth Butt. » • • Arc New Members ' Mrs. O. L. Bell and Mrs. B. A. Morris became' new members of the Woman's Missionary society of the Second Baptist church yesterday afternoon when Ihe group met at the home of Mrs. Johnny Hocott. Fifteen members heard Mrs. Delbert Garrison read the devotional from Matthew. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Tommy Bogun. The Easter program was presented by Mrs. Hocott, Mrs. Sam Lloyd, Mrs. Guy Gean, Mrs. Bill Wheat. An Easter egg hunt was conducted during the social hour. Alter It was completed, gifts were exchanged by members a,nd the hostess served refreshments. v - •* - * * Study Southern Authors "Contemporary Writers of the South" was the subject of tho program presented yesterday morning at the meeting of the Delphian Fine Arts group at the Hotel Noble. The life and writings of Mark Twain were discussed by Dr. Edna Nles, Mrs, John P. Lent! told of l*!o Saxon, ami Mrs. James ;B. Clark, who conducted the -jj mcntary drill, also discussed . : the writings and life of Jrvin '& OobiX The brief session was 1 presided. over by Mrs. P. L. Erv*ler, ' Christian Church To ;> Have Children's Service •Special services'dedicated to th'e children will be conducted tonight nt the First Christian . church George W. Patterson, minister, an-' live thls week to spend tne holidays nounced today. The ordinance of wlth their parents, Mr. and Mrs. baptism will be attended to fol- Bils of News Mostly Personal* Ridings and Jack Baptist Circles Meet Webb, who- attend the University f . -••- »"--j * uiVJ-I.YW muimjurs 01 inc WO- gf Arkansas at Faycltevlllc, will mans Missionary Union of e Bap- an -IVE horns tomorrow to spend the list Church met In fou homes ^ M 1 5 V',?f wltl1 thclr Mo " day «««'«>on in their monthly pnwuls, Mr. and Mis. E. E. Rid- circle meetings. The eight mem- biai; nnH ri*' n«.» >•_.. ^»-...i I . . . v-'fa*'«. n*>-iii Ings, .Webb. and Mrs. Floj'd ' Mrs. M. T. Moon Is expected to retnni this afternoon from Ben- tonvllle where she has visited her daughter, Mrs. W. p. Cooley, and family. Miss Blllle Leggetl, a student at (he University of Mississippi at Oxford, will srrlve this afternoon to spend her spring vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Lcgjjctl, and family. Mi's, J. L. Williams has been dismissed from Blytheville hospl- tn) and Is now Improving at her homr. Mis. M. C. Cooke Jr., late of Corning and now of Uixora, Is spending two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. 1310- nu-ycr, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford will go to Poit Gibson, Miss., tomorrow for their son, Fred Jr., who Is n student at Chambcrlnln-Hunt Military Academy. He will return home with them to spend his sin-Ing vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey returned Saturday from Benton, Ky., where they spent the week with their daughter, Mrs. Nunley J. Wade, and .. family. They were accompanied home ' by Mr. and Mrs. Wade and sons, Donald and Nunley Jr., who returned to Benton Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. J. 21.- Oxmnn of Union, N. J., nre expected to arrive here Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Oxman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Grcar, nnd family. Mrs. Oxman was before her marringe last fall, Miss Kathryn Grcar. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson, Miss Martha Ann Lynch, Miss Ma 17 Borum, and Miss .Churchill Buck will arrive home tonight from Fay- eUcvllle where they attend the University of Arkansas. They will spend the Easter holidays here \\ilh their parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar •narum and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Mr s Wilson will meet them in Little Hock. Miss Molly Guard, a studetit nt . Lindemvood college at St. Charles, .Mo., and Jmnes Guard, who nt- icnds the Northern Illinois College of Optcmelry nt Chicago, will nr J. L. Guard. Miss Guard will come _ Child Is spe'id tpinonw in Memphis. They Too Small" and Sue Pfeuffer and ' wil1 meet J4 °bert Jontz, a stndant Humplircv will be fea- Bt - lllc University of Richmond lured ' ...... chorus in ...'by the "Shine, Shine, Shine." , , . . Services arc being conducted each night this week at 7:30 o'clock at Richmond, Vn., who will accompany them home to spend his Easter vacation with his parents. '' 'COLUMBUS, o. IUPJ—coiumbm accident statistics for 1939 show •.iu.i; than 20,000 s!l- .that Thursday is the safest day to fox farms In Norway, with this drive here. Last year 788 accidents !!?,..°",.. l ™ ducl " K tllD blllk or s " ch I occurred on that day, but only three fatalities. Osceola Society—Personal WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 10-10 «"d conduced by Mrs. E H Burns at the Methodist church Monday afternoon. Miss Thoburn vm described as the "Creator of S" f'L, M "' °- B, Segraves gave " UlC w °" 1)lly cl "" cl1 Forty-two members of the Wo- bcrs of circle one In the home of their chairman, Mrs. W. P. Hale, hcnrri Mrs. E. D. Rose give the devotional nnd Mrs. M. E. McDearman nnd Mrs. Frank Jordan Jive talks on enlistment. Mrs. E. H. Jones conducted the program on Evangelism and denominational current events nt circle two In the home of Mrs. Jake Thrallklll. AM twelve members present took part In discussions, with Mrs. G. A. Rogers giving the devotional. Nnncy Burr, gcond- daiijjhtcr of Mrs. Thrnllklll, gave n reading entitled "What the Cliolnr Sang About the Foolish Little Bonnett." Mrs, L. Howton will be hostess to the circle for the April meeting. Mrs.. Frank Williams entertained eight members of circle three at her home north of town where Mrs. J. T. Rhoads gave the devotional lesson. Mrs, Williams conducted a (lucstionnaire on Home Missions. Mrs. Hale Jackson talked on Christian education and Mrs. George Adams discussed the missionary work done among the Jews of tho Southland by Dr. Jacob Garten- liaus.. '" Circle four led In attendance with fourteen present in the home of Mrs, John White. Those on the program built, upon (lie Women of the Bible were Mrs, Einanucl. Mrs. Homer Qulnn, Mrs. E. S. Crihfiekl, Mrs. Lucille Cox, Mrs. Scarcy Menrs and Mrs. B. E. Moore, » » • Mrs. Madden Hostess Mrs. W. W. Prewilt, Jr., wns the guest of honor at tho luncheon meeting of Calvary Episcopal Auxiliary meeting In the home of Mrs R. V. Madden Monday. Tho dining table was attractive In Ince and crystal with white candles at each end. Communications from the headquarters of the women's work In the Arkansas diocese were read and M". c. M. Harwell read a personal letter received by Dr. Harwell and herself from Dr. and Mrs. James L. McEldowney missionary couple to i ndl6< \ vhom icy met five years ago on a, vacation trip | n YellowsUjne National Park when the lall« r were on their way to India. The McEldowneys teach m the Leonard Theological College at Jubbalpore, India They arc due In the United States this summer tor their furlough year MK P™/ Ai Sc S ravcs . President, Mrs. Paul Galloway, Mrs. G Hart«!n | S ' n" d Mrs ' C ' W ' Watson will go to Conway next week to attend tho sessions of (he North Arkansas .Conference of Womcns Missionary societies. Mrs Watson sees as the representative of the Business Womens circle, Mrs. E. D. Bozeman of Craw- fordsvillc, and Franklin Robinson of Clarksdale, Miss., spent Sunday and Sunday night win, M r, and Mrs. Frank Williams. Mrs: John Blnford White spent s = VMi1 ' da W with her mother, Mrs. Murphy Andrews in LUllc Rock ast week. Mr. WhiUs went over for her Sunday. Memphis visitors Tuesday were Mrs. Hale Jackson, Mrs. Sam Co- OMiefs' E ' M ' Ja/fC ' accom l )i> " lcd jof Blytheville and Joe' Applebaum |0t Osceola. Those In Memphis Saturday were Mrs. Scarcy Mears, Mrs. A F Glascoe, Mrs. A. L. Boyce, Mrs. C A Strange. Mr. and Mrs. Edward feaford, Mrs. H. H. Jones Mrs W E. Johnson, Ed Wleman, Gene Duller, Mr. and Mrs. I. s. Burton Mr. and Mrs. Searcy Mears had s their guests Friday, William :carborough nnd Hansen Green of >ittle Rock. Mr and Mrs. -Ed Williams spent aiinday in Wilson with her mother • v irs. S. M. Anderson. Mrs. George Matthews of Blythe- Ule is (he guest of her daughter "i. Joe Watson ana family, this Miss Mary. Casteel of San Fran- :isco, Calif., spont Sunday here discussed in business session conducted by Mrs. Lovewell. Mrs Allan Segraves and Mrs. John Binford White were enrolled as new members. This luncheon concluded the series of luncheon meetings that have been held in the homes of the members during Lent at which a devotional period was followed by an afternoon of making hospital shirts for the American Red Cross. Those present in the Madden home included Mrs. Roswcll Davis and daughter, Miss Catherine Dayis of Luxora'.'- - •'-... i\lrs. fiurns Leads Program The life nnd work of Isabella Thoburn, first woman missionary to India, \vns the Inspiration fov the missionary program arranged FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT To effectively relieve the itching burning discomfort of athlete's foot,' •""' to kill the fungi upon contact, f»mous parasiticidal Black and Ointment &a dressing to ex- surfaces. Soothing, cooling relief begins at once. Usi Blacl; ami Whito Skin Soap REDUCE SENSIBLY «ish M«ws«zr, v»(,. B«ths Mr». Rath L«whon ic wit_. today. The Hill Sisters Queens of Basketball Mjrjoric, Isabel, Kulli, I'clty anil llclcp; ol W. Hcmpjlcad, I.. 1., coached bv their (aihcr, have won 80 out of SI games., .acombination ifim you can't match anywhere. leio. The RIGHT COMBWATION of the world's best cigarette (oka-cos DEFINITELY MILDER COOLER-SMOKING BETTER-TASTING lou can look the country over you won't find another cigarette that rales as high as Chesterfield for the things that smokers really want. Chesterfield's RIGHT COMBINATION of the world's best cigarette tobaccos is way out in front for Mildness, for coolness, and for better taslc. Mr with her aunt, Mis. O. M, Fairlcy nnd family. Miss Casleul was oil her way to Prlnce'ton, Missouri, for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. If. c. Castccl. Mrs. Hnyjnond cnrlwrlghl and Mrs. George Adams drove to BloomJngton. Indiana, last Thursday for n visit, with Miss Pearlc Cartwrlght, a student in the University of Indiana. Miss William Jnflc spent the weekend in Memphis. Mrs. J. D. Rorum and Jeltlo Driver left Tuesday morning for Los Angeles, Calif., for several weeks visit. Mrs. Bonnn will be the guest of her step-sister, Mrs. Martha Carter, and of her niece, Mrs. J. V. Hodge and Dr. liodge^ a Los Angeles dentist. Afr. Driver went to Join Ills wife nnd son, Jerry Driver, who went out In February with her parenti, Mr. and Mrs, Owlght H. Blackwood. Frances Jaffe will go to Memphis today to spend the remainder of the week with her grandmolher, Jfrs. L. Springer. Mr. and Mrs. J. a. strlcMlng and son, John Boyd, were guests of her mother, Mrs. a. T. Florida, for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. B. w. Anderson and children, John, Joseph and James, of Paris, Tenn., spent several days here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coston. Memphis visitors Monday were Mrs. R. s. Ashmore and children, Judy find Mary Lou, Mrs. John Andreiv Edrliigton, Mrs. A. L. Boyce, Mr. nnd Mrs; P. E.'Tomp- klns, Mrs. James D. Borum and Mrs. S. M. Hodges. Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. S. L. Gladish spent Tuesday In Kennett Mo., with Mrs. Milter's daughter, Miss Mary Ellis Miller. . 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