The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1940
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Richard Akte entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock, at Joiner. Altar Society, Church of Ihe Im- niaculale Conception, sponsoring bingo parly, eight o'clock, at Catholic Hall. Mrs. W. T. Oberst entertaining Thursday Rook ohlb. Mrs. Charles Alford having -. Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Everett ,13. Gee. Double Four Bridge club meet- Ing with Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. H. A. Taylor entertaining Delta Contract club. Mrs. C. W. Qarrigaii having Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Dessert club meeting With Mrs. D. Hammock. FRIDAY'S liVKNTS Woman's Auxiliary. St. Stephen's Episcopal church, sponsoring tlancp, nine o'clock, at Woman's club. Ladies' Bible class, First Method- , 1st, church, meeting 1:30 o'clock I with Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Mrs. H. F. Kelsey Jr., entertaining Friday Bridge club. Mary Frances Nmm rnlcrtain- ing B. U. G. club, SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of Univei-' sity. Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY South America Is Quiz Subject Thirtesn members of Chapter N of (lie P. E, O. sisterhood were given a quiz on South America at the meeting of the group last night at the home of Mrs. Uoyd Stick- nion. Mrs. J. \v. Adams Jr. and Mrs. W. D. McClurkin were in charge ol the program, sirs. Farmer England made lhc highest score on the quiz with Miss Alta Garlhiston, second. The hostess served a dessert course during the .social hour. * * * Club Elects Officers Joyce Damon was elected president of the J. G. G. club yesterday afternoon when the group met at her home. She will serve six weeks Oilier .officers elected with her were: Jane Shetton, secretary; Geneva Ehibley, treasurer; Luella Barnes, program chairman; Ilene Peek, reporter. Games were played before (he hostess fcrvcd refreshments. The club will meet next iveek at the Sliibley.home. * * • A. A. li. W. To Meet. Mrs. James A. Ovcrholser will be leader, of a program or, "International Relations" R( [he meeting of the local branch of thr? . . so lie xlrollccl around nearly an hour late, and there I was all ready and wailing—except for doing my hair urnl pressing my dress." Saturday at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. Bancroft Terry, Mrs O E Quellmalz, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and cs for the affair. To 13o Hostesses For Bingo I'arty. ... Mrs. Sterling Martin and Mrs. Ralph Caudle will be hostesses lor a bingo party to be given at tlie Catholic Hall at eight o'clock Thursday night. Tlie affair is under the auspices of the Altar Society ol the Church of the Immaculate Conception. HJIS DuutieK Meeting. j Members of the O. 1. I), club I met yesterday afternoon at the 1 business session. Game-s were played ami refreshments served after business had been transacted. The. meeting next week v.-iu bc in the home of Rosemary Johnston. - * 'Club lias Giicsl. Pansics and violets (Irroratr-ri-Ihc home of Miss Mildred Moore la*: night when she entertained members of (he Double G Bridge club and a gnost. Miss Virginia Williams. Miss Virginia Martin. dnu"h1r-r of Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Miivtin was high rcorer and Miss Mar- carel Shaver. f t>cnnd high s-.-wer. A tmlart pl.iir was sm-f-cl HI the conclusion of the game.-,. * • • (iroup Has Kny^l Service Program Hie Tuesday Night Supper club at thc-ir home, A throe course dinner was seriTd iu;alnst a bac-kRround of jonquils, ur.rcixsuses. Japonic*! and violets. Jn tin- bridge fiamr-s which fol- iM-wl. liigji score award among thr women went, lo Mis. B. A. Lynch and among the men to Cecil Sham-. [Hotel Nolih; Is 1 Scene Of Parly The Hotel Noble ivn.s Ihe scene ol the party given ycsterdm" nlter- nc'on by Mrs. J, G. Trics'chmaim for members of the Tuesday club and two guests. Mrs. Russell p 111T and Mrs. Ley Welch. 1 In (lie bridge games. .Mr.s. Lloyd Stickmon was presented high score prize- and Mis. Jesse Taylor received (he second high award. Refreshments were srrvcii after the games. * f 9 Kr.lrriains Club Mrs. Roscoe'.Oration entertained mcmbers-o'f Ihe City Contract club »i?:l six gi.'csii ivilh n p ; m y ' U ( | M ,|. home yesterday afternoon Playing cards with (he members were: Mrs. Frank Tomliiison ol New Orleans, housegncsl of Mrs, Bits of News Mostly Personali P. Friend. Mrs. Chester Cnlihvel). Mrs. Arthur Vance. The spring motif was caniH out in Hie floral decorations and in the salad plate served after the games. Mrs, T. w. Jcllries WJls j^g,, and Mrs. Cieorgc u. 1'ollttck, scc- -iKi lush scorer in Ihe bridge "I Co- s^im-st <>I Club ••Irs. Joe IjitiPl o-d's Standard" w-hich \ P «nlcd last ni ? h, at a mcetin ol 16 members P r tin- Business \Vn- Aits. b\ P. Martin, was a. guest oj | Nil:'. Carlelon Smith Jr.. yester- ' .l.iy afternoon when slip entertained members o[ the Tuc.-clay After- nacn club. A colorful background was provided for the pnrly by bouquets ol i jonquils, forsylhia. wild plum aim j hyacinths. Tin- hr*ie.-.s served a rundwlch plate. I Mrs. fi.-nkrrt \Vctcn!;amp w;is j UK , !md Ml .v. J. K. »<,,,„,,, , 0 ,. omi high (rnrer, in ihi- j;;nm\s. Is iI,.st( M 'I',, ci,,|, A ce-mcrpu-re of jnmnnls was ."•••'I'd on the dining table ,,1 Mrs M. A. Isaac.-, j-eHcr.i.-ij- ,irt n -uo:in wnrti flic was hosier (,„- Die Tuesday Hi-id^r club iii!, r ii,. on Party at her home. lii'Mdr;. club members. M ls A. (i lilllr. .\|i-.,-, A. Conn-ay and Mrs. '.-. A. Cinvninghai,, „,,,.,, ,; m ,,| s (Pl '!n- pai:p. '" the bridsc- iimucs \\hidi fol- Irmei,. Mr.v Cunningham seroimr"'"' Ml> ' ! '" y<l A W1 " u '- Mrs, !•'. L. Englcr is S]ien(ling several weeks in Ucllevillc, Tex., where her sister. Mrs. M. I. Hel- mulli hns undergone a major operation. Mr. Engler motored her down and returned Thursday. Or. Curl and Dr. Edna Mies I spent the week end in Memphis. I They went dmvn lor the pcrfoim- ] mice of Edward Everett Horton m ] tlie show, "Springtime for Henry." Sauminy. James Barnes has returned lo Alton. III., where he is a student 1 at Western Military Academy after , having spent his spring vacation ! here with his mother, Mrs. G. a. Barnes, and family. j Mr.s. Charles L. Wylie hns re- I turned from a visit in Hot Sprint's | and Arkndclnlilu. she was acsom- j panied home by Mrs. E. j. Friinlx. land daughter and Kenneth Cnlla- t way. all of Arkadeliihia, who have here. Lloyd Ward Jr.. is undergoing treatment at the .Memphis Methodist hospital. His mother. Mrs. L L Ward, and Dr. P. D. Smith motored him down Monday night. Dr. Smith returned yesterday but his mother has remained with him. Frank Tomllnsoii, of Ne-,v Orleans, came this morning lo -spend today and tonight w th Mrs. Tom- Mis, s. JJ. Crafton. and family hero. Mrs. Meyer Grabcr returned Sunday from Rochester. Minn,, where she had been a patient at Mayo clinic. Shc underwent examination and tieatmciif there for -a days, Mr. Grabcr who went, up with luV returned after Ihe first wrrk. Mr.s. V. G. Holl.iiul is in Houston. Miss., with lier mother. Mrs. Shaw, who Is seriously ill In li hospital there. John Mann, nl Mnrianna, accompanied Colcnmn Sievcns home Iunn llendrix college. Conwuy. | 0 i-pi-iul their {.pi h)K vacations herewith Mr. Stevens' parents, Mr. antl Mrs. (j. S. Slovens. They wont to MariMina Monday lo join a K ,«np of students reti'ining to school. Ur.yd Wise and ,fames Robrrtx students at the University »f Ala-' iJiiniii at Titsi-iilrxisa. sprnl, lhc week end IK-IT with their families. Manila Society—Personal Alls* Anitn Cowan, who is al- Heudersoii Brown Collcuc b Sleele-Cooter Society—Personal WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1940 at /uxaueipnia. Is .5j)entllne a fc'w flays with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. \y. cowan of Manila, (intl Rev. and Mrs. p. M. swccl of Dlv- Uievlllc. Miss Melto Davis, iiin-sc at Um Joncsboro hospital in Jonciboro Ark. spent th c week- end \vilh her father. 11. w. Davis of Manila Mrs. L. a Uarcroft, Mr. and Mrs Henry Barcran, Miss Ethel lj[,r- crolt. Lloyd IJarcroft. of A1ein- phLs. were called to Manila on account of the serious illness of II C. Webb, aged father of Mr.s L li' Bin-croft, Mr. Webb's condition' is critical. Mr. and Mrs. Ilhnal Needhnm and small daughter. Losatta have returned from llavenden Springs Ark., where they have been the guests of Mrs. Ncedham-s mother Mrs. Jones, lor (he past several* weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Miller antl Mr. antl Mrs. Howard Phillips ol Honimvlllc, Mo,, visited friends and relatives in Manila Sunday .Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pierce, Mrs. A. T, Pierce, ami Mrs. Ora Wright returned Sunday from Hot Springs aflcr a few days visit. Jack Craig and Miss Blanche Kyle of niythcville visited In Manila Sunday, the guests of Miss Katherine Tiplon. Misses Emma Siliiiou and Evelyn Griffith of Manila are in Little Kot-k on business. They are taking Hie state board examination lor cosmetic, therapy. Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Hardgravc and Mrs. linller and daughter, Mi-ss Hazel of Mc-Ohee, Ark., arc visiting Mr. anil Mrs. W. L. Ancli- lln of Manila. While here Ihe party motored lo Kciscr where Uiey vis- j He;l Mrs. E. W. Watson. Miss Prances Anchlin accompanied them Mr. antl Mrs. C. 13. Childless announce Ihe birth of a daughter born Wednesday in the St. Her-' nnrcl's hospital in Joncsboro, Ark. The baby, weighing eight pounds ha.s been named Jane Childress. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Moore, Mrs. Mary Taliim and daughter. Sherry Lenanc, of Manila, spent a few flays In Wnbascka, Ark., visiting Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Aloorc and other, relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Moore returned to Manila Sunday while Mr.s. Tatiiin plans lo remain tor a week. Hostess- (o Sessionary Soik-ly Miv>. 1>. R Mc-C'Htelicn was hostess to the regular meeting of UK- \Vtt- ihan's Missionary .Society when they met Monday afternoon. Tlu-rj were 12 members present. The meeting sras opened with prayer by Mrs. O. A. Dumvii:?! after which Ihr. devotional which wa. 1 ; taken from the second chapter ol Timothy was given by Mr.s. MC| Cutdu-n who also gave a portion from tlie Upper Hooni. Final plans were made for the Kclluv.slup banquet which is bi-iir.: ! given nt I he Methodist cimreh i Sunday night when 1UO sin-sis are | CX|H'L'tC(l. I Kntnlains Cliili I Mrs. A. R. Bcckhiun was hiisti-ss ; to the Lucky Nine liunco Club of j cooler at her home last Wednesday : wlidi she also imd Mrs. Abie lUisU- in«. Mrs. Abner AslK.-raft and Mrs. ' W. H. Ptilllam us guests. 'I'hc liigli score prize went to Mr.,. Vdmer Campbell; bun™ to Mrs. Rushing, travelici; bunco to Mrs. C'luricc Gillilaiid anil low score lo Mrs. Ashuwfi. The hostess served .sanrhri:-!i!'-. pickles, olives, potato salad, jello with whipped cream and L-«l ill-infos. ' IX Goodrkh of the JJenUm <-<im- mimity was taken to tlie Mi-mums Methodist hospital Sunday in a German ambular.ce. His contlitijii was critical. Mrs. H. A. Spctice and Airs. I. M. Greer-of Hnrrtsburg, Art;., will visit the latter part of this week in -Sle?;'. at the home of Mr. aiui Mrs. H. U. Spence. -Mrs. Ona Lipscomb who has ton sick for some time is slowly recovering at the home til !,;•;daughter, Mrs. Ulwood Scott ol the Ucrmondnle community. At The Hospital's Hawlcy, city, ;ul- j Brackin, city, iiis- j iMemphian To 1 At Temple Israel i A. D. Bcarman. of Memphis president- of District Grand Lodge Number Seven of li'nai B'rltli, will be the principal speaker in Teii)- iple Israel Sunday afternoon ai- | three o'clock, when B'nai U'rilli Oay will bc observed. _ B'nai B'rith, literally meaning "sons of the covenant," is a fnt- tcvnnl. benevolent, and education.ii organization. Among the institutions and projects H .supports are the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital of Hoi Springs. Memorial Home for Um Aged, and Ihe National Hillcl Foundation, a religious anil cultural organisation on university campuses. Mr. Bearman's messages will be i:f vita), E. M. Jaffo. ol Csceola, president of ihc- iinai B'rilli Ltxlgc of this vicinity announced today. He extends V cov- ' (Iml invitation lo everyone. Read Courier Nowj UHIH ati.-> Daisies, one n[ the mo:.! rccrn! "I plain groups, include mure that 11.000 .vperfo, spread all ovi-r I tin world. Protector {qr Women Every day. women arc lindin<; headaches, nervousness, cramp', pain of rinniimi,il ilysinriiorr due to iiinliiiitrilion are relieve I CARDUI. Il usually increases petite, livens How of gastric jn and so improves digestion. Tlni: helps In build resistance t« t , odic diMicss for many. Others I help for ji.-rindic distress by till; G:\RUUI a few days brforr ; ilisrins "Hit- tinie," CAfiOUl been popular fur over SO ycai> thfi ' Nill>cl ' s l>lilj ' (> " "'"< "' "' c T " esd; ' y Co ">™ l(! «lay aiu-rnonn *"? Wl "'"' ll "«' "' ' Mfs ' J " !m U *>'- , Mi« Annie Lee D a v"d' ( ),-c^s i , ,^ cd "Gods Standard lo, the !, T ' , ', "", f viduai"; Miss Bounce Hoi ,.;: f V ;.';' ' '* on "God's standard in the Mom; i "V ' U> »M Ml» Pearl Le.- ,,po!« on "dd , alir ' •Standard for the Nation" ' ;~i i Printed pro-ams v.crc in D, C • ,„, }" I" 1 ' 3 . f ™ ra '«l the ihapn of miniature Bibles ' " f s K ' A .votliil hour followed ' lhr ,,,o I 'irV'',', r°',,' «'am p-riod at K |,W, t , e c- i ^ r ' K frcshments were served . ,' ' " ~ 1 ' W!1!i P'aycrt. '" Rh ami Ml ' s •Vppcr Club Meets j when they entertained mcmboiTol The reason'-REEI,FOOT SAU-i &AGE is better than other «au-! sage is because of the special at-! tcntion giycn it in using choice; cuts of pork, and thc uniform sea-1 tcnlnj; and grinding puts it m a; class all by itself. Made by— I REYNOLDS PACKLN'G COMPANY : UNION CITY, TENNESSEE I . , . rt "f-"' 1 i-nurse of apple pi c a '" *' as - sclv «l by Hie hostess KXI'EKT UKAUTY WOItti 106 AlMM ^ rarnt Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP INDUCE SKNSU51A' Swedish Mnssajc, Vap. Baths Jlrs. Kutl, Lanlion Dlylhcvillc Hospital Mrs. Bertha Handlc.v. cilv nd- miltcd. Miss Grace mitlcd. Miss Mabel missed. Larry Henson. city, dismissed. Mrs. Rosella Swope, Manila dismissed. Walls Hosjiilal J. U. Dye, Braggadocio, tllsnilsswl Irby Lynn Hodge, Half Moon dismissed. J. H. Hilhouse, steele, dismissed Sara Posey. I.uxora. rtismisseJ Mcmpbis aicllindisl Ilo.vpilnl Lloyd L. Ward Jr., city, admitteil. Mrs. E. P. James, Canilhersvillc admitled. Uca<l Courier News \Vant Ada. __'1'OP I.ATK TO CI.ASSII'V "~ !"or Kent ~" room unfurnished apartment. Call 337 rlay— night 55. ;j-ck-lf UlCl.r WANTKI) Salesman wanted for L. B Price .Mercantile Company. Apply 101 • East Ash. 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