The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1940 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 21, 1940
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BLYTHBVHiLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calenda FRIDAY'S EVENTS j second high scorer, Woman's Council, First Christian church, having pre-Easter service, 2:30 o'clock, at church. Mrs. Rujicrt Cralton having Friday Bridge club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H.iliics Spcnks Mrs. Harry w. Hatncs, president of the Junior-Senior High Parent Teacher association, was the principal speaker nt (he meeting of Cotillion club having supper Ml p Central Parent Teacher nssoci- dance, nine o'clock, American legion Hut, Mrs. Elton W. Klrby and Mrs. W. L. Horncr entertaining Chapter N ol the P. E. O. sisterhood at the Homer home, one o'clock. Miss LaNclle Smart entertaining J. U. O.. club at home of Miss Ataxlnc Reid, 6:30 o'clock. Club Has Guest. Mrs. Elton \V. Ktrby was a guest of Mrs. W. J. Wuiiderllch yesterday afternoon when she enlcrtnln- ed members of the Wednesday Bridge club with n party nt her home. Jonquils, pussywillows and gladioli decorated the entertaining rooms in wlilcli the small tallies for luncheon and bridge were arranged. Mrs. Jumps H. Bell was high and Mrs. ; Harry' Kirby, second high scorer, In Ihe bridge games which followed lunch. * * t Daughter Born. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrl Huffman last, night, at Walls hospital, The baby, who weighed seven pounds and five ounces, has been given Susan as a first name for her mother, and the middle name will he decided on later. Mrs. Huffman Is the former Miss" Sue Dolnn. Has Club Party. Mrs. Charles IjaiiKSlon Jr., had a parly for members of llic ADC Bridge club yesterday aflernoon at her home, Mrs. H. P. Kclsey Jr., Mrs. Oor- onyjy T'oetvs nnd Miss Virginia Nimn were guests lor the aftnlr. Refreshments were served after the games In which Mrs. Toby Long was high scorer and Mrs. William Young, second high scorer. Hare Third SernVc In Prc-Faslor Series. The third service In the pre- Easter week of prayer series being held this 'week by the Woman's Council of Ihe First, Christian church at the church wns led yesterday afternoon by Mrs. John C. McHaney. The subject of the program was "The "ChrisUan Needs an Open -Mind." The scripture was read respou- slycly following cingregnlional singing Mrs.'J. C. Ellis, reader. from the audience, gave excerpts from John Grechleaf Whlttier's "First, Cay Thoughts." A jwrlod of silent meditation preceded a talk on "Tolerance" .by Mrs. E. M. Terry. Mrs. McHaney .sang" a 'solo, "In ation yesterday afternoon at the school. Mrs. H. C. Allen, program lender, introduced Mrs. tlnlncs whose subject was "The Lamplighters." . Mrs. F. B. Joyner gave' the president's message. Mrs, Ralph Berry- mnn, accoinuanlcd on the piano by Mrs. Hiisscll Fan; sang "Sweetheart." in (lie room count, first prize went lo Miss Mary Outlaw's llilul grade nnd second prize to Miss Medrlth Hancock's second grade. * * • Plan Hook Review A benefit book review will bo given by Rnbbl Herman Pollack Tliursday nlglit, March 28, nt the Temple Israel, according to announcement, made following a meeting last night of the Ladles' Aid of the Temple which will sponsor the review. Twenty members of the Aid met nt the home of Mrs. S. Jicdcl to discuss the plans. The book to be discussed by Rabbi t'ollnck will be announced Inter. Mrs. Sam Joseph wns named chairman of the program committee. She has on her committee Mrs. Walter Roscnthnl, Mrs. Herman Pollack, Mrs. b. K. Harwarg of Osccoln, Mrs. Max Borowsky of Manila nnd Mrs. A. Livernnt of Liixorn. Mrs. I. Miller and Mrs. M. Rub- enstcln of Osccola make up the committee to arrange congregational Passover Seder Tuesday nlgiit April 23 In the Temple. Mrs. Miller is chairman. In charge of arrangements for a Mother's Day program Sunday nfternoon, M'ny 5 are Mrs. Louis Applebaiini, clitilrmun, Mrs. Sam FloniiiiJi, Mrs. Louis Uinsky, Mrs. M. NIclio! of Osceola, and Mi*. William Borowsky, of Manila. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour. The next meeting of Die group will be Wednesday, April 10. In Ihe home of Mrs, E. M. JnlTec at Osceola. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Ernest linlscll,. city ••<! milled. B. J. Lawlcr, Cooler, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hiiirniiin, city, n daughter. Ulyllierlllc Hospital Mir.- Nettie Arnold, city, dismissed. Memphis Mcllioillsl Hospital Mrs. B. Ralph, O.sccoJn, iid- mltted. Christ There is No East, or West," i Mrs " b „ Hollomn a , , rf . She was accompanied by Mrs. m tu ec i QHWI,, •'" Renkert Ketcnkamp. Four excerpts | ozie Fleldm- Bits of News Mostly Personal* given by Mrs. Wetenkamp, Mrs. Gordon Evriird, Mrs. Edith McCool and Mrs. Russell Barham. The service was closed with the Lord's prayer repeated In unison and n musical benediction. * * « : Is Hostess to Club Jonquils, hyacinths and other spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs. J. Nick Thomas yesterday afternoon when she was hostess for the Tuesday Bridge club party. Besides club members, guests were Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. H. H. Houchins, following lunch which was served at the •••'dining" table, : lhc guests TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED ~ A FEMALE KITTEN TO REPLACE PET WHO DIED AND WHOSE: OWNER, A LITTLE SICK GIRL, HAS NOT YET BEEN INFORMED OP THE DEATH. CAN PAY REASONABLE SUM FOR PRETTY KITTEN AND WILL GIVE GOOD HOME. PLEASE CALL 303 AT; ONCE OR 648J AT NIGHT. Live cattle were dropped by parachutes to Italian soldiers Iri Ethiopia In order that they migh.L have fresh meal. Read Courier News \vant ads. Mrs. Mobley Estes Jr., and daughter, Olngcr, of Columbus, Ga., arc spending two weeks here with Mix. Eslcs' mother, Mrs. John G. Bourland, uncl family. Mrs. nour- land and daughter, Miss Louise Bourland, Miss Jean Bourland, nticl Mrs. Dick Watson of Osceola, notored lo Columbus for her Sunday. Cecil Branson, who attends De- 'ainv University at Grecucastlc, ind., Is spending his spring vacation here with his parents, Mr, nnd MJ-S. U. S. Branson, and /am- ly. Jodie Richardson wns carried in in ambulance yesterday morning o the Veterans hospital in Mem- >hls for treatment. Ur. James Guard, of Hie North- % rn Illinois College of Optometry, -hlcago, came home this morning o spend his En.stcr holidays here vilh his parents, J. L. Guard, and 'amlly. Mr. an<l Mrs. p. E, Cooley will cave this afternoon for Benton- r'llle, Ark., to spend Easier with heir son. the Rev. W. P. Cooley, and family. They will go by way ol Pine Blufl where they will visit heir (laughter, Mrs. Elslncv D. Bcall, and family tomorrow. Miss Eugenia Crawford, a .student it Arkansas State college at Joncs- loro, came this morning to spend he Easter holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, ivy W. Crawford. Her sister, Miss Winifred Crawford,, who attends state Tenclicrs college nt Conwny, came ionic yesterday aflernoon for the spring vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Parker, of Memphis, ore visiting Mrs. Parker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Campbell, nnd friends here this week. Miss Milliard June Acton, who attends Arkansas Slate college «t Jonesboro, Is spending the Easier holidays here with lire parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. c. Acton. Earl McGregor nnd his father allendcd to business in Memphis yesterday.• Mrs. John K Lcnti spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. B. E. mien of Everett,, Wnsh., and Mrs. A. B. Cunningham, late of Medford, Ore., are the B'icsU of Mrs. Hllen's daughter. Mrs. A. Conway, and Mr. Conway. Mrs. Cunnlnghaiyi, a. sister ol Mrs; HilenC is en route to Baltimore, to make her home. Mr. and Mrs. 'Conway, met their guests in Memphis as they were returning from Hot Springs where they liad spent several days. Mrs. Joe On- of College Station, Tex., returned to her home today after having belie hero with her sister, Mrs. Murray Smart, who is recovering from n critical illness, and her parents .Mr. nnd Mrs. K. I. Ilnley. Anotiicr sister, Mrs! Lloyd Silekmon, anil Mr. Stlckmon motored her to Memphis today. Miss Wnnria Smith, who attends the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, will return tonight 'to spend the Easter vacation here She will be met in Jonesboro by her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. j. r> smith They will be accompanied home by Miss Alice Sallba, who attends Arkansas State-college at Jonesboro nnd who Is to spend the holidays here with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J, A, Siiliba. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas lias returned from Memphis, where she visited her son, j. Nick Tliorads Jr., and family. Mrs. Ernest Hnlscll underwent a major operation this morning at Walls hospital. Her condition is very good following the operation. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch, Mrs. John Miles Miller and Mrs Marvin Robinson arc spending today n Memphis. Mrs. Allan Walton left today on in Eastern trip, she accompanied icr daughter. Mrs. Berry Brooks Jr., Mr. Brooks, and their daughter, Virginia, all of Memphis. They >ltm to stop In Washington, Wil- iamslmrg, Jamestown. Yorktown, Virginia Beach and Charleston where they will see the Magnolia gnrdeiiH. In Washington, little Virginia will attend the egg rollinu at '.he While House. Mrs. Shobc Smith and son, Frank Garretl Smith, and Mrs. Smith mil their son, F.G. Jr., nil ol Dresden, Tenn., spent Sunday bore, They were the guests of Mrs' Shobe Smith's sister, Mrs. R. i. Haley, and family having come over es- pecinlly lo be with Mrs. Murray Smart who lias been quite ill, but who is now improving. Russell Reinmillcr. a student at the University of Arkansas at Fa.v- ittevllle, returned home yesterday ;o spend the Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr. nud Mrs. John P. Helnmlller. Mrs. H. R. Brandon relurncd home this morning from Oklahoma City where she has lienn visiting MAPLEINc Build your Eoiler dinner oiovnd hnn — wilh all Hi iDnguo.licVling goodnell cooked oul by MapEelno. Dellclauil Eoty! Ml arfd I lampoon Mnplalno lo olio improtft b-.nni. groyici, crcolet ilolicioui donaiH. Ofdsi Maploina | loday (lorn ycgr groce(- IMITATION . MA RLE. FLAVOR.. Dr. and Mrs, E. L. Mlley for several weeks. Miss Jenny Wren Dlllahunty returned homo lost night from Poland, Ohio, where she lias been employed for several months. ^THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 19-10' Noted Fisherman Dead FREDERICTON, N. B. (UP)—The man wh<> discovered the famous Hartt's Island salmon poo), mccca yearly for thousands of American fishermen, Is dead. He was Thoinas O. Phillip.?, 65, who was known BS one of New Brunswick's best river- men and guides until he became blind a few years ago. Swarlhmori! Ends Ikaushij) SWARTHHORE, Pa. t UP)—The Board O f Managers of Sivarlhmore College has decided to drop the position of dean, The new president who will succeed Dr. Frank I Aydelottc, who resigned to become director of the Institute for Advanced Learning at Princeton university, will assume the duties of the dean Read Courier News Hani ads City I'romis on MORGAN CITY, Cal. (UP)-TliLS city believes In throwing every safeguard around ihc morals of Us young, people. As the result ot u petition signed by 100 residents, the city council refused to grant permission for opviiinv of a dance hall. Man's "song box" is at the top of the windpipe; a bird's Is at the bottom. No Phone Call Costs $5 OCEAN CITY, N. J. (0P)- cent telephone call he dldn".-/ cost- Harvey Dukes $5. DuK* fined for disorderly conduct pounding on the' telephone . pany business office door and scaling a fire escape to cntei operators' room. He said ho v. ed to make a telephone call. Mayor Heads War Knitters LONDON (UP) - Wakcfleld now hns an all-masculine knitting circle which was formed under the I leadership of Mayor J. M, Jolly. I The mayor Is himself an export knitter who has mastered the in- trlendes of the most difficult designs. 80 Is Deputy Mayor Harry Watson.' For Easter FACTORY CANCELLATION SHOES Nationally known brands of America's Pings! Footwear fur W o in e n, obtained through cancellations and sold with the Immil removed. Shoes maitc ia sell from Sfi.75 lo 512.75. S 4 95 All Sizes mid Widths New Spring Colors Zeilner's Arross From 1st N:\ri. IJauk For Kent 2 room furnished npavlmcnl ami I'arage. 1409 W. Asii. 21-pk-2C FLOWERS FOR EASTER Next Sunday is Enster and for this occasion Heaton's Home ol Flowers hss for your selection a wonderful array, of blooniin? plants wich as Baby Rose plants in bloom. Azaleas. Prim- rcs?.s, Geraniums. Begonias andl Easter Lilirs. i 'For those who love to watch' flowers gnra- «-c have boxes of asserted plants decorated In the most modern .rtylw. Visit, our greenhouses and ses: these (lovers prepared for yom pleasure. .Over 500 Illy plants tmy- one .of ahich will make a "CM Easier." For corsages we have Orchids, Gardenias, Sweetheart Roses, Valley,. Lilies, SwectiKas. Violets aiul Hoses' in. Various Colors, Place your order 'early. B C in the aster Parade. '.Hcmemlxr a shut-In" with an Eailcr lilv and 3d, us put one In your home. Heaton's Home of Flowers 200 E. Davis Ayr, We Iclcfijpli Hotrcrs nitj-irlicrc .. and they BOTH get a fit in FORTUNES I We give all types of men cx.iclly ihc Hjnc cxpcri service iu fitiiug. \\'ckc<-|> a full rongo ofwidllis and sizes iu fiuartl)- slvlai I'OKl'l.'M'S Cii.r u .,i^«,.., ,„„ ,- •- ........ ...ju cjita jii CJUdI II > . styled rOlUTMCS. Our salesmen arc •ri'iTi •/ 1Ilp >' *•'»»'» fitting- Siiy 1'OR- . 1 IhLb here and you'll get more than you c.\pnt for your money. „_ iiniN& --—„...„„«...,- iy# AUtTOfflCAnO BY Our salesmen arc «( HARRY AISTON ( ' ' " --•{- %,,'—•-•-- A SHOE A new Spring combination of larman's Hand-toned leathers FOX TAN and white Hero's a new leather tone, "Fox Tan," hand- lonod by Jarmaii for smarter style effect. Drop in and look it over—we have this style in your size, and your size ia any new style! Which Shoes to Wear With Whit For authentic information on correct suil- sboe combinations, osk to see our Jnrnian "Stylc-0-Scope." 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