The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1940 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 4, 1940
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PAGE FOUR BLVTHEVlLLE (AltKJ COURIER I7EWS Head 'Interest. Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal church, sponsoring dunce, nine .o'clock, al Woman's club. Ladles' Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. \Vyatt Henley, Mrs. H. F. Kclsey Jr., entertaining Friday Bridge club. Mary- Frances Nuiin entertaining B. U. G. club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of university Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY COPfl 1WO BY NUifSvlCC l.'tC T,M Rtc U S.rAr By Sylvia Visitor EHl-rtalncd At Informal Parties. Mrs. Elmer J. Frantz of Arka- delplila, who spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday licre wllh Mr. anil Mrs, Charles L. Wylie, was entertained al. Informal parties on both days of her visit. Mr., and Mrs. Paul Pryor entertained In her honor with a .small dinner party Tuesday niglil nt i their home. i Wednesday, she was the honored ( guest al a luncliron at the Hotel Noble given by Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. Loy Welch. Spring blossoms and spircn formed the centerpiece of the table. A matinee party followed lunch. Mrs. Fi'Brilz and her daughter, Marguerite, who accompanied her here, returned Ibday. Miss Bradbcrry HonoriMl Wllh Suiiritr Last Nisht. Another In the series of prc- nuphnl parties honoring Miss Olive Brndbcrry. was given lust night wlien Mrs. J. C. Buchanan and Miss Irene Crowdcr entertained with a Steak supper at the Hustle Inn. Miss Bradbcrry will become the bride of Dan Ritter ol Paragould Friday, April 12. Fourteen guests of this city attended the supper which was followed with a lingerie shower. The color scheme ivus In yellow and while which was carried out in the centerpiece of jonquils nnd fn the gift packages. Have "Drop-In" For 5tf. and Mrs. Soraiilom. A, number of friends of Mrs. VV. G, Scrantom were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse II. Webb last nfglit. at their home in the Nles apartments on Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs, Scrarilom their elghl-yenr-old son, Billy Jr,, left today for their home in Evanston, II. Before coming here Tuesday- they had been on a motor Bits of News Mostly Penouk . Mrs. c. G. Hires w [i| | C11VC (0 . 1 morrow [or Union City, TCIIII lor » visit with her daughter. Mrs J w. Dunn Jr., nml Mr. Dunn Mrs. 1. o. Weslbrook Kr. ol Memphis, and her daughter Mis Don Fletcher, of Joiner, were guests or Mr. and Mrs. M, FfUslmmon.s for dinner | n!) i n j|,| lt _ Aftcl . (Un . nr-r they attended the annual men's nl«l>! prosr.-im at (lie First Christian church. Hugh Pein-ington, of Paragould a student at llendrix college al Conwuy, wns n week end gn cs t of Ihc Rev. and Mrs. E. u. Williams In "Don't wuke mo up if 1 talk in my sleep, Clarice—nothin 1 m'ukcs me madder limn to 1iave somebody intcrnipt u conversation." will drnl will, 1'dssovcr. till! IhcillC Of the Cniiiplrle Plans for Cnlilliini Chili Ball. Plans have been completed for ibe costume ball Io be given Saturday. April 13. al the American legion llul by (lie Cotillion club. Mr-mlinvi of the committee In charge veporlecl on their plims M i a meeting of the club Tuesday J night at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Willinm Luu'shc. Colic Stoll^ nnd his orchestra out of Memphis will play tor the affair which is the second cos- . Inme ilnncc In be eivc>n by Ibr- I group. I The commitlcc is made up of Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan. Or. and Mrs, Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Carlelon Smith Jr.. nnd Mr. ami Mrs. James Terry. '.- Irlp' Id New Orleans and Baton , - ,, . ' fioilge where they-were the gucs'ts Al f,'. f 'T ls » o1 .- C . ''' fioilge where they-were the B of Mrs. Scraiitom's sister, the former Miss. Margaret Webb. They had also slopped In Biloxi and Memphis where the former Miss Louise Webb marie her debut in 1928 while living in Blytlicvlllc. Has Club Parly Jonquils and jnponica decorated i the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunning- \ ™™ ' M _"J' y . Mrs. II. P. Kclsey Jr.. and Mrs. S. (.1. Shelton vvere guests of Mrs. H, T. Schnec yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the ADC Bridge club with a party at her home. Refreshments were served at the conclusion' of the bridge games in which Mrs. Schncc was high and Culler, second 1mm yesterday afternoon when she j litid (he Wednesday Bridge club party tit her florae. Mrs. M. A.^ Isaacs and Mrs, R. L. Stockctt were guests of the club for lunch and bridge. hi the games, Mrs, James H. Bell was high and Mrs. Harry Kirby, second high scorer. * * • . Kntcrlaihs Club Mrs. C. Modinger entertained member's of the Town and Country club j'cslerday afternoon at her home. . . II|B " sco ™ Wilson Society—Personal .. hostess Uo the regular monthly social m' «-—.--.- -jsift^-jsraix-a conclusion of the Mrs. Modinger was lilgh and Mrs. J. W t Parker, second high .scorer. Elect Officers Mrs. Neil) Reed was elected president ol the Sudbury Parent. Teacher association al a meeting at the with "twelve .school yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Harry W. Raines was • the 1 principal speaker. Mrs. Reed sue- ; ceeds Mrs. W..J. Rodgcrs. j '""j" Other officers chosen were: Ura- ' ham Wright, vice president; Miss Alma Peters, treasurer; Mrs. Jesse. M. White, secretary. Mrs. Haines, president of the Junior-Senior Parent. Teacher as- aftemoon, members present. The meeting was opened with a devotional led by Mrs, J. A. Apple, president, with fedialion. "A Goodly Heritage", by Mrs. C. Normun Ouice. and Mrs. Beny Cram gave the ' ' sociation, had as the subject of her talk. "The Lamplighters". Smith played a piano sclo. Mrs. Marioi missionary topiu from tlie Outlook. "Hirlhrlglil Missionary and World Citizen." The rooms were attractively decorated vases of Japonlca, Jonquils and narcissus. Delicious slulf- ed angel food cake and coffee were served by Ihc hostess during tin- social hour. To IVcM'nt I'!;iy The McLaiiplilln's 1010 will be tiic title I to be presented on Tridav nicht "The Thirteenth Day" Is Mystery Offering When (he curtain rises lonlght, on (he mystery drama, "The Thirteenth nay." 11 will murk the Initial venture of the junior class of the high school as piny producer. The show wilt he at the Blylhe- ville high school auditorium at 7:-15 o'clock. The seniors annually nivc a play and sponsor stunt night, hut this is the first class play to be given by juniors. Horror ami humor are the predominant notes in tonight's production which has (he following cast: Max Gill, Belly Uodson. Ver.'i Goodrich, Hill Chamblin. Betty Isancs, Mary Prances Fields, Don Wllhclm, Mary Helen Moore, Bill Morse and Hunter Hall. Mrs. .Charles G. Morehead is director of the play which was written by Charles George, 'Early Diagnosis' To Be Held In April The Enrly Diagnosis campaign of the .Mississippi County Tuberculosis association will be conducted during tin: month of April according Io Mrs. Rodney \,. Banister, loca) chairman of the general committee.' Objective of this campaign Li educational: to disseminate knowledge of the methods that citizens must use to carry on the fight against, tuberculosis successfully. U was voted nt a recent meeting of this organization nl the Hotel Noble Io purchase an X-niy machine for Mississippi county to be iKied in early diagnosis. The campaign will emphasize the X-ray as a most important diagnostic agent, in finding early tuberculosis, Mrs. Banister satd. Addresses, moving pictures, radio, essay contests and other programs will be used to emphasize the imporlauee of early diagnosis. At The Hospitals tllytlicrillc Hospital Johnnie Merino. Minneapolis, .Minn., admitted. Mis. J. U. Tnglp. Hnyti, nil- mitted. Wrtlls llos\iital limtley, city, admitted. Wright, ncerlnjj. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom nmdsher were i Jonesburo Monday night, with Mr. Bradshcr's sister. Mrs. Joiin M. Thompson of Waldcnburg who Is seriously ill in si, Bernard's hospital. I. M. Bc;!tley entered Walls Hospital yeslcrdiiy following a heart Mrs. Jess Uorner i s in nt ),,.,. iiomc on North Franklin street Mia Virginia Rice of North Ultlc Rock, and Hiilcn B. Williams re- lurncd to Conway yesterday after having been (he guests of Mr. Williams' parents, Ihc Rev ard Mrs. E. H. Williams, and family. They are .students nt Hendrix college. Mrs. Williams and daughters, rtlcxia and Marllicll, and son. Travis, motored them as far as Paragould yesterday. O. J. Rodgcrs has been admitted to Walls hospital lor treatment following an appendicitis attack The Rev. I!, u. Williams allended a mecliiiB of Hie Cape Giranieau district conference ol Methodist eh mi-lies held in porlngevillc ics terclay. Mr. mid Mrs. W. D. McClurkin are spending today in Little Hock where Mr. McClurkin will attend an Arkarsas Education Asstehuion meeting. Forty Couples At Basketball Dance Forty couples attended the basketball dance given by J, I'. Holland, sponsor of tiic Hubbard Hardware basketball team, at the American U'giun Hut last nighl. The rinncc was given for all members of the Mississippi County Amateur Basketball League as a celebration at the close ol the season. The final gnmc was played last month. Music wns provided by a negro orchestra out of Memphis. Dancing began at nine o'clock and con- tinned until live «'c!cck. Announces Results Of Band Contest CARUTHEKSVlUjE, Mo.. April 1 —Harold S. Jones, county superintendent of schools, has announced results of the Pemlscot Coliiity High' School Band contest,, held at Wardell. Prof. Louis Wilcbx of Hie music department ot Soviih- ens; Missouri Teaclicr.s college of Capo olrardcau judged the. entrants, and rankings were glvth as follows: Wardell, first; Braggadocio, second; South I'cmixcoL Band, consisting of Holland. -Stems and Cooler units, third; Occring. fourth; and Hnyli, fifth. Sue mice prize. There were SI present. Ladles' Aid to Affiliate With National I cilcralion At a meeting at tne home Mrs. E. M. Jnift of night; tlic LsdL-.v Aiu of Temple' nnrt fi laij!r> crowd is esprclc:! to conic. There will be a variety ot siiiRtnp. tlaiirinp. and comics.'Ad- mKskin wilt bo ,'iS and 15 cent:,. I. M. Caroline adunllrd. O. J. Rmlgers. city, admitted. Coiinnc Cliildcrs, Dra^yadoclo, ndinillcd. Mrs. John Shelby, city, admitted. Mrs, Ernest. Halsell. city, dls- mis>-r<l, •Memphis SI. Jusrilh's Hpspilal Mrs. liiioiie Logun, Wilton, ad- mitlcd. Mrniplils Mclhndi>1 Hos|nlal Mrs. Perry Smith. Qsrcola. admit trd. The licv, w. M. ]>nncati, Stcelc, iirtmltlcd. Emmanuel Church To Be Meeting Scene I Workers. Council and Mission Board ol tile Bilnllsl churdics ol Mississippi county wilt mrcl at the Emmanuel Baptist rlnirch. six miles north of lllythevillr Friday. April 12, it was aimouiuTd today. "Foundation Work" will be tlic theme of the program ulnch will bc?in at ten o'clock and be concluded about 3:30 o'clock. Lunch will be served nt noon. New Vniier-ar,n Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration A committee was a roiigc a stag supper !or bers.ot the B'nai B'rilh to | )0 i lc |,i Wednesday night. April 18, : -Mrs. Louis Applcbunn. clmirman of the Mother's Day coirmri ha Mrs. .fohn li. Knoths i:, in ! •cck V.I I ; J. Grossman, of Joiner. i,c- M o this came a new member of the group inicnfc t. CrcoM '/i tup butter 2. Add qroduotly 3 cupi powdered l'j_q^r 3. Atld Vj tooipaon Woplj;nc, 2 foblaipooni warm milV. complimanlj wifh your talcs! Top wilh quick Maploino king, Mopltint oho (Invon ice croam, d«l«rll, lyrup Get a botilo Irora your flro«r ladny dny in the jiionih. wii.s pt>sl- i .- --*-.-T .-^ --.•".-.-.""" •" *"«i<uin6 I'uiicn inuil iivxt week Thr.i'sdAv ; a program /or the meeting whk-h Apiii nth. iw.iwwj,! 1. Docs not rot dresses, docs not irtiuic skin. 2. Now.uiiiii:todrv.OnlicuscJ ttf;lit aftct slaving. 3. Iimsmlj- stops pcfjpirjaoti tot 1 io J Jays, Removes odor from |Kispiratioii. *>. iVj'UK.wliiic.grcJSclcis.sum. less vjdisliinc ucjm. 5. Atiid lus been J^jtJol tiic rtpprovjIScjIof (he American Institute of Uuiidctinj; for iK'ing luiailcss to fabtics 25 MILLtON jars ol fjflVobscnsoM.Tiyaijrtodayl DiTA HAYWOKTH, Hollywood lv star, wears her heart oil her pocket instead of her sleeve. The early spring dress is of gray wool the heart-shaped pocket in dark blue with a smaller bright red heart in the center of it. I To Have Spaghetti 1 Supper Friday Night A spaghctu supper will be given Friday night al Ihc Lone Oak Methodist church under the auspices of Ihe Woman's Missionary soclely. The group will begin serving supper at, 5:30 o'clock and continue for several houis. Proceeds from the affair will go into Ihc general i society fund. The announcement was made ! today by M rs . u £si! , I)llv j Sj ., mcm _ her of the commitle in charge. jOsceolan Mnlists In U. S. Navy Only, Cimimliigs V'outig, of Osceola, has enlisted In the United States Navy through the Memphis recruiting station. He has been sent (o Nashville, Tenn., for final examination. •THURSDAY, APttlL 4,.. 1SJ Back Interest If your shoes are smartly heeled, they are good Spring 1940 style. These graceful pumps of navy bloc kiilskin and gabardine with unusual triangular cut-out and smart strap and buckle treatment illislrate (lie new "hack interest" in footwear. 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