The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1940
Page 2
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PACE TWO - BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS. Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Women's Division for Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist church, sponsoring spaghetti supper at church. f Young People's club, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring Jucky btogo at Catholic Hall, eight' o'clock, Mis. L G. Nash .enterUlninj Thursday Afternoon club. /. ! Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, sponsoring book review, -eight o'clock FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvi* Mrs. K, A. Taylw entertaining Delta Contract c)ub. "Thursday. Luncheon club meeting wfth Mrs.; c. W. Afllkk'. ' " Mrs. Raymond Schmuck having Thursday Bridge club, '.Double Pour Bridge club meeting with Mrs Howard Frisby, •Mrs. Richard Dicklnspn entertaining Thursday Dessert, club. FRIDAY'S EVKNTa Mrs. O. O. Hardaway entertaining Frldsy Bridge club. Vlsllors Are H.nored il Several Informal Parties Mrs B. E Hilen of Everett, Wash., and;Mrs. A. B. Cunningham; }at« o[- Medford, Ore., who ore visiting Mrs. mien's daughter, Mrs. A. Cohway, and Mr. Conway here, are being entertained at a number of Informal parties during their visit. Mrs, Cou»ay is havuig a few guests In for lunch today, after which they vUl) accompany her to the meeting of chapter D of the P. E. O. sisterhood at the home of Mrs. William Lawshe. They will te special guests at the Mid Week club luncheon party tomorrow to be given by Mrs. W. L. Homer, at her home. Mday afternoon when Mrs. jj H Elkins and Mrs Loy Welch entertain the Mid-Week Bridge club at the Welch home, they will again be honored. ] Mr.'and Mrs. Conwny will, have members of the family in for dinner Friday night Following their arrival here Inst »r>ek, they n ere .entertained at a luncheon-at the Kiistic Inn by Mis. H H Houchms Uhursdny find;at, a dinner by Jfr. and Mrs. E. F. and Robert Browning's "The-Laboratory," Mrs. England, who Is conducting the course, then read several poems from the modern jiocls, discusslne them as she read. • * • , .Scouts fn K|ionsur Stalling I'arly Sppn ' Girl Scouts of the eighth grade will sponsor a skating party Pri_ day night, April 5, on Holly Hli], according to announcement made by officers of the troop toclny Tickets for the party will ];<• placed on sale this week, Miss Vir- gJnin Williams troop. lender of the Proceeds from the affair will go Into the troop treasury. Bits of News Mostly Personal* WEDNESDAY, ^lAKCIf. .27,. 1940 for n week. " ere v '• . Bend ' I)ld ' "" a- few weeks hero with ' Mrs." Everett Ji. Gee and Mrs ' P •« , l y ' s > m ' c » ts . Mr, and Mrs. E. P. Kirslmer spent yesterduy in L,' ^^ imd , fam "y- The !>' were »«„,„„!,(„ jwjwiuay in jnotored doira hu M,. mi... —, Memphis. iVfrs. J. M. Walls and son, Joe returned last night from Heber Springs where they spent several dnys with Mrs, Walls' relatives. Bonnie Garrison is HI at her home oj) 16th street. Miss Martha Lee Hall, teacher In the Cape Olrnrdeau schools and. Miss Mary Jo Hall, who attends Kfiii'kliis Laboratory In Memphis, sjwat the week end here with their pmcnls, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hal! Mr. mid Mrs. Hal) and Miss Mary Jo Hall motored Miss Martha Lee Hall bnck lo Cape Glrardeau Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Jo Hall Poley, Boston, , g '- '~Jt VI WJ3WII, Mass., who spent tiie week end Mi rc- J!!"t Folcy was tnc forme >' Miss Tiielma Jarboe. Mrs. J. R. Kiiby, or Paragould, mil arrive this afternoon to spend a few days with her sons, Harry and Elton w. Klrby, and families. she hud been for lwo weeks. She came here from Memphis with Mrs. Mable Barren and her daughter, Mrs. Bunny Blootooiih, who spent the day with her here. More than 30 kinds of harmless Impurities arc contained In ordinary faucet water. yesterday from Hot Springs where Read Ccuricr News iianl ads. to Memphis Monday Mrs. j. A. Leech Is flying today to Orange, Cnlil., to be with her' i father, Dr. p. Flint, who Is seriously III nt Ills home there. Mr. Leech motored her to Memphis last night where she caught her plane. Mrs. J, p. Lniuford is 111 Bt her home on C|iickasawba avenue. I. M. Bentley, who has been -ill •"Let's get together again soon, Dolly—it's been swell talkin'. .over old limes with you." tary of the group, Ann Cnllis is treasurer, and Roscmuy Johnston, reporter. The hostess nnti Mary Jo Nntcrs nrc the other members of the club. The hostess served refreshments of Iced drinks and cakes during the social hour. The next meeting will be nt the Nabers home Tuesday. ' J.ocai Girl Is Member of Clinir Miss Uetty Ebcrdt, daughter of _ Saturday night. Sunday tuid! Mr: and Mrs. Gils 'Eberdl j,-, j s Monday *ere spent in Osceola with j a member of (he Hendrix college ? f L, aHd Mrs. Godfrey While and j Choristers which will present Its j nnnunl spring concert Ttiursdny at J Piffllt. /i'/"ln^l- ),, J\,n Un,,r1«f.. _! , family. They were the guests of Mr. j ol$u o'clock In" thV'H and Mrs 0. W. Affhck for dinner The 100 voice Dhor: Monday night and oi Mr. and Mrs. Harry, w. Hsines for dinner Tuesday nigl.t, Mrs A G Little hud - . 'isters, directed by J. Glenn Mctcnlf, will also present concerts In churches of Pine Bluff and Ultlc Rock oil Sunday, luncheon in their honor Tucs- f April 7. day, Bridge ^garnet, folloftod __ I A sophomore at Hendrijc this year, * \ '' \) 1 * Ii! # Eoerdl is n member of -Thetn CoBntr> C'«l> Holds j MiiVeoplaijtororily niirl-: of the Wo- liitlcrfalns C'lub Mrs. Harry Klrby cnlcrtnincd memlicrs of the 'Aiesday Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. C, A. Cunnliigham, at n. party nt lior home yesterday. In the bridge ginncs which followed lunch, Mrs. Ciinnliighiun was high and Mrs. liltou w. Klrby iecoiid high scorer. * * » Vents On Siuily Gruup Program Mrs. Charles G. Morclicad wns .1 guest reader on the program presented by Mrs. Fanner England Inst, night nt, the meeting of the study Broun of the American Association of University Women at thn home of Miss Ruth. Bull. In connection will) the study of contemporary poetry, Mrs. Moic- liend read Amy Lowell's "Patterns" rd limed inortilng, .. Mrs. John Cherry, who lias been seriously ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. c. D. Elam, Is now Improved. Miss Lois Lunsford ami Miss Bira Lunsford returned this morning from Peoria, 111,, where they spent four weeks with their sister, Mrs. James Lent?,, and Mr. Lent?,. Mrs. Oscar Bailey is resting well nt the Memphis Bnptlsf hospital oftfr having undergone a major operation there yesterday. Mr Bniloy returned last night after having spent yesterday with her. Mrs. u. A. Lynch, president of the Womuu's Division qf Christian Service, Mis. E. B. Wllltams and Mrs. James Hill Jr., went to Con- NOW SHOWING THRU MONDAY rerforniiuiMs with no re-served « (1 ! s . . . C cm<- unytlmc from 10 A.M. up to 2:15 P.M.; » hrt „„ a COM)r , e1e ^ . s'm- iliiy nmtmcc mil be reserved. Show starts ut 2 I'M ww.r'ilsc. herc ****** a " rhow " at iis tna ** Atia " 111 GONE WITH THE WIND Mail Orders Now Accepted Tickets on Sale at Itox Ofiiye Nitfhl Shows (S p.m.) all'Wats reserved 1.12 inci (a\- Suntlay Mai. (2 p.m.) «ll seals reserved 1.12 incl. lax Weekday Mais, C'onfinuotis. Not reserved 75c incl. 'tux THEATRE Blytheville "Opt-n House" Last Nijfhl Members of the Blytheulle country club and a few out of town guests were entertained at an "open house" at the club last, nlelil when Jack 'Staulcup and his orchestra played. wen s Athletic. Association, she k B pledge to Le Vcndredi Fraticnls, French club. * * * Son Bom A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pullertou. formerly of this M by 28 .. Among the out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman of Qsceola. \y a cl e Hollenbeck, Otho May and Virgil Hans, nil of Bteele find Harold Collins, of Memphis. ' * > Has Luncheon for Club Mrs. A. G. Hall entertained members of the Tuesday Contract club and five guests with a luncheon yesterday at her home instead of 0)e weekly afternoon party. Tne following guests played cards Jith the members; JUrs Eugene Dickinson, Mrs. Richard Dickinson, Mrs W. s Johnston, Mrs. Edith McCool and Mrs C L, Nabers. ' Spring flowers decorated " Ihc small tables at \\hlch lunch vvns ser\Ml High score prize among the club members went to Mrs. John c. McHaney and- second high to Mrs B P. Potter. Mrs. Richard Dickinson received the guest prize, while the traveling prize went, to Mrs. John P. Relnmlller. Club Has New Member Miss Jenny Wren Dlllalumtv is a ney? member of the Double G Bridge club which VMS entertained last night at the ], orac of ML Sara Jo Little. Besides the club members, guests were: Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon. r M f' ™ se l'.*..'Mrs. Charles G. Morehead, Mrs. James Hunt of Manila. Mrs. Toby Long and Miss Maunne Branson. ' MUMn ™ Miss Mildred Moore, second l,l ? h scorer among l), e club members. The guest pnzc went to Mrs Scan- Ion. ' f ^ hc ' 105lc « serycd. a sahd plate after the games. * * f W. M. S. Meets Fourteen members of tlw \vo- ' Missionary jociety of the chutch - , Mrs C M Patlon of West Helena, met nt the home of Mrs Bojd Tomlinson for a social meeting Monday afternoon The meeting v,as opancd with Prajer bj Mrs I, T Ashcr. Durim. Sam Lloyd, president quarterly report. Little Rock. The baby, who welsli- cd seven and one half pounds, has been named Brace Evans. 1'lan for Visit of Worthy Grand Matron Plans for the visit of Mrs. Juliette BiUmgsly of Little Rock. Worthy Grand Matron of Arkansas in this city May 1, \vcre made lost night at n. meeting of the local chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. The J. A. Ashlln chapter nt Hoffman Is to be hostess to n joint meeting nt the locnl Hall ^vheu Mrs, Bllllngsly comes. Osceolti, Wilson, and Blytheville chapters will be guests. The Blythcville chapter is to exemplify the initiatory work nt the meeting. During the social hour, Mrs. M T. Burr and Mrs. S. P. Martin served n snliid plate with coffee. Twenty nine members and three visitors.- Miss Vclma Loflin, Mrs Uycr Garner and Mrs. Pylan, nli of the Huffman chapter, were present. * t » Is Uucsl of Club Mrs. Rupert Oration, was a guest of Mrs. L. 0. Nash yesterday ntter- r.oon when she entertained members of the City Contract club with a parly at her home. Mrs. Roscoe Crnfton was high and Mrs. T. \y. Jeffries, second high scorer in the bridge games Refreshments were served bv the hostess. • • » Hi>sfci.s (a Club Mrs. T. K. Mahan was Hostess to members ol the Tuccdav After"?°" clul1 Hlltt one guest. 'Mrs. J w, Adams; jr., lor a pnrtv at D er home. Refreshments followed the bridge games in which Mrs. Renkert Wet- erkamp \ vas high and MJ^ 1!mh Butt. Escona high scorer. * * • May* Cards With Cjah Mrs. Loy Welch pl,y<-d cards *ith members of the Tuesday ch,b ves- terday atlcrnoon when they were entertained nt the home of Mrs ' are pleased to announce that we:'are now showing Jesse Toybr. read the During the social hour, games were played and contests were conducted. The meeting was dismissed with praser by Mrs. J. P. Hocotl >•*-'*< R. I. D. Club Organizes Julia Ann Woodson sas elected president of the B. I.D. club which »,„ Mrs. Plate was served of tile games it! B. Reid was hie B. Is •Joyce Damon Is a new member or the J. G. G. club it HAS „„. nounced following the mcctiHg of the group Tuesday afternoon nt the home of iienc Peek. the new refrigerator that gives you more storage space for your money.,, When you see this new 1 f),\Q Norgc, you'Jl be amazed by the cxira values at no extra cost . . . txlra usable space for refrigerated foods . . . extra reserve sp;icc in the Ccllnrct . . . extra convenience features . . . extra dependable, extra economical cold-making by the only cooled Rollator Cold-Maker. Expect great things when you come in to sec this Greater Norgc . , ,. you'll not be disappointed. l ibou-ii it SR-S Convenient Terms May K f ..[franged to the Home Fumisliinf/s Moden CHAS. S. LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced ARMSTRONG Quaker & Standard Yard Goods 6, 9 and 12 Feet Wide Per Per Running Ft.' Sq. Yd. Standard, 6 Ft. 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