The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1940
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PAGE'TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER' Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter D, p, E. 0. Sisterhood, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. William LawEhe. , Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town and Country club at Hotel Noble, • ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Toby Tjcmg, '• Mrs. James ±1. Bell having Wed. neBday Bridge, plub. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Women's Division for Christian Sfrvlce, Lake Street Methodist church, sponsoring spaghetti sup. 'per at church. Young People'* pjub, Church of the Immaculate Conception; sponsoring lucky blugo at'Catholic HBll eight o'clock, . . .. Mrs. If, 0. Nash entertaining Thursday Afternoon cjub, . Laaies' Aid, Temple Israel, epon Eoring book review, eight o'clock at femple. Mrs, H. A. Taylor entertaining Delta Contract club. Thursday Luneneon club mectrni with Mrs. C. W. AfJllcJs. Mrs, Raymond scrmiuck )iaving Thursday Bridge club, Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs.'Howard Frisby. Mr*.- Richard. Dickinson - entertaining-"Thursday Dessert club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. p. O. Hardaway entertaining Friday Bridge elub. Becomes Bride Of Tennessean . , Clob Has Easier IMnce The Easier holiday was cjnplia- slzed jn ' the decorations for the Cotillion club dance Saturdny night at the Arnerican Legion Hut. An - informal supper dunce was the first event on the club's spring calendar find will be followed A] 13 with a costume ball. A nest of Easter eggs surroimdec by .bunnies wns used In the center ; of the supper table. Yellow jon- - qulls' on tlie mantel and a basket of eggs on tho piano completed the Eimnj decorations. Members' of the committee in charge of .nrrnngcnieiite for the . dance were Mr.'and Mia. H. P '•.Kelsey Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jl. T Schnee, Mr. nnd Mrs. tommle Tipton nnd Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Hunt, •••of .Manila. Circles Vtgln New Stiuly - The six circles of the Woman's , Missionary Union of the First Baptist ciwc' ( i began a .study of-the mission book, "Tlie Way of Missionary Education" yesterday afternoon when they met'in the homes of various members for siudv pe- rjods i and. social '"-'hours.-' "....: Members of Circle One hiet wlih Mrs. Roy Head who had the dc.-rational and also the mission study, Her devotions! wns Inken from IhQ .first chapter of Genesis. .-' Mrs. R. E. :glebart was hostess ' to 15 members and two visitors of Circle Two. Mrs. Theodore Logntf. gayo the devotional from th« 12th Chapter of 'Romans, prayers were offered by Mrs. Ben Harrison and Mrs. W- E. Buchanan., fifteen members pf Circle Three met with Mrs. J. J. Cookston 'to hear Mrs. Harry Fritzius leach the mission study. Mrs. R. E. Blny- lock end Mre. B. P. : Hardln led In pr,aye;s. - f Mrs. T. L. Cassidy gave the devotional, for Circle Four when ten members met at Ihe church. Payers were offered by Mrs.' Leslie Moore ant) Mrs. R. O, Cafh. Mrs. E. B. Wopdson gave the devotional from the 24th chapter of Luke at a nieetlng pi Circle Five at the home <>f Mrs. c. J. D07,ier. Mrs, Wpodsou aud Mrs. W. J. Kod- gers led the 13 members and two visitors in prajtr after which Mrs. J. J. Ewlng taught the jnisslon study. Eight members of Circle Six met with Mrs. W. W. Watson. Mrs. Alfred Carpenter had the devotional and Mrs. Everett Rcnegcar Ihe mission study, prayers were offered by Mrs. Watson nnd Mis., Tre&sie Allen. * * » Plan for Benefit Supper Plans for a. benefit spaghetti supper to be held Thursday night a t Ihe Lake Street Methodist church were made at an nil rlny meeting of the Woman's Division for Christian service at the church yesterdav Eleven members of the Division who have had blrihdsys during the WHY for relief" from cold symptoms lake 666 suffer from 666 - Salve . KOJ B Drop: Washer Need Tuning Up? JUST GIVE US A CALL FOR BXPERT WASHING MACHINIi SERVICK —AH JIakes— PHONE 233 We have secured the services ot Mr. Phillip Frje, a factory trained Maytag Service Man HARDAWAY , APPLIANCE c0. Serrict Oil All'Stakes leinoon iit, the homo of Mrs. J. Ncrrte Moon. An executive botird meeting preceded (he Reneriii scs- siwi. Mrs, J. C. Ellb apiiolnled the following members on llie rioml- natlng commltlce: Mrs^ O. A, Tant, Mrs.-Edwin Robinson, Mrs. L. I,. Ward, Mrs. Norwood Hedge and George w, Patterson, minister of the church. Bits of News Mostly Personal* FLAPPER FANNY* By Sylvia v... - . | Mr. and Mrs. JUy Hall and fBin- were made for tlie May "y a"d Jfr«, Guy Maxwell spent Day break/wit given each ycni 1 b) the week end In llta Bens, Mitt., Mrs. Rozzell Jones of M)]n», Tenn., was'before her recent marriage Mks Wanda Dallev, of this city. first t)uarlcr of tlie year were enter-' tained at a Dutch luncheon whlcli wns followed by the business ECS- e|on. Quarterly report* were wnt to the vnrlous officers of llie North Arkansas conference. Mrs. W. L. Qrecn, who gave the devotional and presided over the meeting, dismissed the 16 members with prayer. Proceeds of supjicr will be used for repairing seals In the church. Stud)' Sbulh America 'South America was studied at the luncheon meeting of Chapter » of the p. E. O. sisterhood Saturday when Mrs. W. U Horner and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby entertained H member.! nt the Hornor home. Mrs. Harry Kirby, program leader, directed the round table discussion on "Current Events of South America.'' Jonquils decorated the small tables nl which lunch was (served wlille Easter lilies were arranged about the rooms. Auxiliary Officers Have Training Class Members of the executive hoard of the Woman's Auxiliary of (ho "'rot,-Presbyterian church attended training class designed especially lor Hie Instruction of new officers of 'hfcuAii.fAlJar^. ivlilcji wos' held yesterday.atnho church. ' •:'. • Luncheon Preceded the class of nstrucllons which was conducted iy Mrs. Jsunes A. Ovcrholscr, Mrs Ross Stevens, Mrs. H.G. Allen nnd Mr.5. D. C. McLean. Fifteen members heard Mrs Mattie Allen give the clevoliona). Plans arc being made by several of the group to attend the Presbyterial which will be held n Osceola April p nnd 10. Miss Emma KiUe Richards and Mrs. J. D. McGlll nre delegates from he Auxiliary and Airs. Ross Stevens Mrs. Doyle Turner nnd Mrs. P n Underwood nre nltcrnntes. Has Business Mtfllng. The nnnunl men's night program •iven by (he Woman's Council of I he First cjiristinn church will b= : jiveji Wednesday night, April 3, It vns decided nt n business ineet- ng of the council yesterday nf- Mrs, Hall and Mre, Maxwell's pnrents, Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Pltt-i man. •Miss Ruth Plckton tp«nt U>v week end in Lepento with htr parents. Miss Zelma Shearer, of C'srulh- erBvlile, spent the week 'end h«re v,'llh her uant«, Mrs, H. K. Smjtl) and Mrs. ROM Beaverc. Unler Reed who h>s been BpeiKilng the winter in Pensacola, F1&,, It (he guest of Miw Mary'- Emma Hood and family here for-' a few days. He stopped here ell route to Marshal) Town, Jo. H« in a former golf pro at Ihe Jocnl country club. Mr, nnd Mrs. Marvin Nujin lety this nwnilng for St. Ixsuts whcr^ Mr, Nunn will attend to business. Tiiey plan to return Thurpday. Mrs. Oegrge M, Lee. delegate u? the J'wrctt Oily district of ttif Arkansas Federation of V/omet)'i clubs, and Mrs. .0. E, CriggerBr., left this morning for the bienhla: convention of the district" to b« held at Helena today and jtqmor- thfi council for high school grnd nates and their parents w)io nrt members of tho church. Mrs. G. w, Rose, librarian »nd World call chairman, tninouiiccc UIIH the Coiincli Jmd ninde (ho World Call Honor Roll because ol the number of subscriptions BC- cured. Mrs. R, C. Rose, chairman of Phillips University fund, asked that al) rnonoy be turned in at llie May meeting. A tolnl of $03.21 1ms been donated U> Ihe organ fund of the church according to Mre. John C. Me- nancy's report made yesterday. ' The treasurer's report was given by Mrs. W. O. Qeurln nnd' the group reports by the group lend- 1 ers. Mrs. Norwood Hedge wns leader of the devotional period which W(i« opened with i\ coiig followed with prayer- by Mrs. George W." Bnrbnm, The scriplurc rending was from Die tlllrd cliapter of MalRchi. After Mr. Patteruon Iind dismissed the group with prayer, n social hour folliwcd. Mrs. Moon, H'ho fins recently moved back Into her home on Ash street following II* partial destruction by fire, wns two placques by the Council for presented two large pictures and her home. she. anil the co-hostess, Mrs. Nuthnn Carle, served n salad |)!nte wltli cgffee, Her home «'«s decorated with JSnslcr Jllies nnd Jonquils. i * * * 1'oslpone Dance 'Hie dance which wns to be sponsored by the Womtin'r, Auxiliary ol Ihe St. Stephen's Eiilscoptil church has been postponed vmlll Ihe following Friday, It was announced today by officers of the group, The postponement was nmmimced niter it wns revealed lliat .a number of high school students lor whom the dunce is beln 5 especially; , llllo , ulsseu , are 5lu , Bivcn wll be out of town at the amls ' nt the University of Ala- biiud festival in Forrest Clly and | unmn. They attended the spring at the Journalism mccllns In Jones- j footholl game between the'Whites boro over the week end. ) U nd the Reds in whtcli Uoy.d Wise, : ' (RiKsell Mcsley and James' Rob- ff II i i rr i ; erts, nil of here, participated.' i I WO Hundred lake \ Wr. and Mrs. K; W. Obodinmi n i I D '• nlltl daughter, Lee, of Memphis, ran m Program 'spent' tlie dcek end here witli: Mrs; — Gccdman's parents, Dr. and NJrp. COO'I'ER, Mo., Mar. 26. — Mrs. : F- "•' Smith. They returned Gun- Jack Wimp presented her grade day after Jinvlng come Thursday, school music students In a musical M)ss Aimnbel Brynnt of the slate program nt (he Coolor gymnasium wellnrc department of Little- Rock, Friday night when npproxlnnlely cnme lhis morning lo work on Hie two hundietl students jinrllcljratc:! trncllD1Iia service which is being 1 In the program which wns. one of R l lonsorcrt D J' H'e Chlckasawba dls- the most successtnl pro»rnms ever ll ' lcl of Olc American Red Cross, put on here Mlu BrvniH. who formerly lived The high 'lights of UK. uromrn "^ >vl)l be here until Frlilay. ' - Mr. nnd Mrs. . F. Kelsey '•• ! "Put <*<">'' you think the Glamor Girl is going out?" Joure—everynight in the week." ' row. Eddie B. David, who lias -,--„ 111 for several months, has gone to Hot Springs to take a course of bnths. Mrs. David and Mrs. B F. Potter, who motored him over, returned last night. Mr; and Mrs. C, S. Stevens and John Stevens left Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where they will unriTso examinations at tile Mayo clinic, They are exacted to return the latter part, of the week. id Mrs. Frank Oreer 1' .-.. the joe Isaacs house Chlckasaivba aVeinie. ' l.. WJ yesterdny lo''(he residence. Mr. nnd Mrs: Lloyd V. Wise mid (laughter, Miss Pnlricla wifcn, • anrt S. Mosley BUI! son, Norninn;, spent the week end nt Tuscnioosa, Aln. 1 , where Lloyd Wise Jr., Hershe! Mcsley nnd Tiiissel) Mosley are stu was the rhythm bnnd when slu- denls of the first, second and third grades participated in the Imm! with Helen McC3i))i us director. It is reported by competent military observers thnt oh npproxi- mately DC out of every 100 tnkc- olTs or laiullngs on aircrnf tcar- rlcrs, Japanese pllol« crack up n plane. Tlie British: nbout. 23 mil of every 100 and the U. S. Navy Ites limn ojie jici- hundred. . . . . , and daughter, Betty Lin, spent yesterday in Colllcrvllle, Tenn. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Si:, nnd Air..and Mrs. V. M. CnrriH.elon. Mrs, A. C. Bliiylock is to undergo a major operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital today. Mr. BJnvlock is with her. Bryant Stewart is able lo'bc out after having been 111 for two dnys. Rend Courier New;, uonl afc To Compete In Band Festival At Forrest -City B>iiy five members of the Bly- Iheville school band will go to Forrest City Kriday to participate In the Northeast Arkansas Band Festival )u which u bands will be entered, Charles Ci r Morchcnd, local director, announced today. Although there nre 18 bands In the Northeast Arkansas band association, pnly the following U will be represented: Blylhevllle, Joucs- boro senior, and Junior High, Paragould, Helena, Batcsvllle.' Scarcy, Forrest' Olty, Pociilioiitas, Keiser, Tnimann. It' Is estimated that 450 or 500 band members will attend. The local' group " will enter the concert band, marcl)ln» hand, ana soloists, Bill Morse and Billy Jontz bn; the euphoniums or baritone liorns. The bands 'will be rated •Superior. Excellent, etc., with bronze placqiies and other awards similar lo U\c slate contest prizes to be given winning bands. The band will . likewise participate In the massed band parade composed of about 450 band members. All like Instruments .of every, band will be grouped together for Itlie playing of tlie "Bolter March". Commands win be given by the Forrest City dnun major momited on a horse. ./Judges of national rcpule will select (he outstanding bands and rate all organizations accordiii" to ;r\i}es governing die state contests They will make criticism on tone, Intonation, interpretation, technique, general effect, stage deportment, and instrumentation in (he concert, 'band division, in Judging tlie marching band, tliey will criticize the required movements, playing, cadence, alignment. CHrrlagc, precision. Inspection, discipline general, effect. Adjudication members will be I F. 'J. Pom*, director of the Uni- vcrslty of Arkansas band, James H. P»yne of Chicago, head of Carl Fischer Music Co., and Jo Berry Mulllns of Jtlii Beua, Miss., nationally knowji bijiid leader. The purpose of the festival Is lo give music, lovers and (he general public a musical treat and to encourage and Improve band -work throughout the state. Further, it is stated, it will esleBd appreciation to the band director; and school officials who litii'e striven to give the public as well as students or- ganised Instrumental music of high quality. Tlie band will leave here Friday morning at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs, c. W. Affljck Is to be chaperon for girls. At The Hospitals . Walk Hospital Erbic Lyn Hoiige, Half Moon, admitted. Jackie Ficcmnn, Lcadivllle, admitted. Douglas Wilson, Promised Land, admitted. Mrs. Ethel Miller, city, dismissed. Blytlicvillc Hospilal Mrs. Kitty Bell Wilson, Monctte admitted.. Shirley Bean Molt. Haytj, ad- baby. Wilson Man Is Named Head Of H N.E.A. Educators Te/i Blylhevllle people attended the meeting pf t)i e Northeast Arkansas Kdiicalors at Arkansas State college al Jonesborb Saturday when C. L. Bird. Wilson superintendent, wns elected president of the association. Riifus Hnyncs of Paragoiild WES named vice president and Mrs. Until Steimiiek of Walnut, KIdsc, secretary. W. D. Mcciurkln, siiperinlentoil of schools, MISS Rosa M. Hardy, principal of high school, S. K. Oar- rett, principal of Junior high school, and William Bewick. Slan- I1H Clltcliln, Joe Dildy, Mitchell wst, Miss Effte Lee TcrrcJJ, Mlse Elizabeth McHenj'y and George Council, teachcri. In the school were the Blythovllle educatoi'B who attended. On the program were: The Rev. o. L. Powers, of Joncsboro; Dean D. F. of the college, J. Forrest Rozzell. field secretary of the Education department, Dr. W. G. Shover of the college, Mrs. Rector Johnson of Poca- Hontas, Commissioner' T H Al- fnord of Little Rock and Arthur Adams, Joncsboro attorney. „ FEMALE COMPLAINTS TUESDAY, MARCH 2(3, 1940 Resolutions were adopted favoring assistance by the Arkansas Education association ia bringing about, a belter system of assessments and collection of taxes reorganization of the school Bl'steiu for fewer nnd belter attendance areas, « common school fund and :m equalizing fund to assure a nine month term for every school child, and efforts for strengthening the teacher retirement system and extension of Its benefits to all educational workers. BEFORE A C0S.II SETS A REAL fcSTART ..- ... Mrs. Ellis Snipps niid Bikeston, dismissed. Rondal Stanton, Stcelc, dismissed. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospilal Rose Marie George, Reiser, ad- iniKed. Memphis Baptist HospiUI Herbert Aaron, Leacnvn.y, admitted. Betty Jo Hicks, Biirdettc, admitted. Read Courier News Want Most all merchants handle our REELFOOT BRAND SAUSAGE. 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