.•PAGE-TWO BLTTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS American • Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Evelyn Small Is Bnde Of J. Mel) Brooks Jr. Miss Evelyn Luolse Smart, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. J. iieu,.... Smart Jr., became the bride of J. Mel) Brooks Jr., last night, sevei. o'clock, in a ceremony solemnizes at, the"country home of the bride; parents on Highway 61 South. Pink and white were the predominant notes In the floral back- group with bouquets of pink hytv clnttis and rose buds set of/ bj arrangements of white nnrcissuse. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, reai. the" wedding service before an alta improvised in the archway between the music and drawing rooms. TIK bride was given in marriage bj ' her: father. Only members of the tivo families were.present for the service, wllli Mr. and Mrs. Guy Robbins, of Osce- oia, me put of town guests. "The bride wore a military Mm suit which was accented by a lace trimmed white blouse and silve; buftocs. Her accessories were In navy blue. She wore a shouldei corsage of gardenias and pink rosebuds. Following the ceremony, MJ. and Mrs. Brooks left on a brief Southern (rip. Upon their return Monriaj, they will be nt home at 611 West Main street for a. few months prior to building their home on Chickasawba avenue. Both Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are members of families well known In this section. Upon graduation from the local high school, Mrs. Brooks attended Mississippi State coilcgi for.Women nt Columbus, Miss. Mr. Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Sr., attended the University of Arkansas at PayetteviUe where he was pledged to the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He was secretary to Ihe superintendent of state police, at Little Rock, until recently when he returned here to accept a position with Hie Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation, Honor Mrs. CutcllfT At Bridge Club Forty Mrs. Alexander Cutellfl of Aniory, Mia., \v1io wns before her recent marriage, Miss Warrenne Brownlee of Dell, wns complimented at a party given last night by Mrs. NcJile Gill, who entertained members of 'the Four Table Bridge club. A. bridal scheme In pink and white wns carried out In Uie bouquets of spring flowers and the lalHes for the games. The dessert course served after tile games consisted of pink and white Ice cream and individual cakes embossed with wedding bells. Mrs. W..E. Potter was presented high score prize and Miss Olive Brndberry, cut prize. Members of the club presented the guest of honor with crystal water goblets. Organize Neir Club Mrs. Ira Crawford and Mrs. Benard McFarland were hostesses to the members of the recently organized Y. M. B. club for the fust meeting yesterday afternoon at the Crawford home. Members nre as follows: Mrs. Ed Carl-Lee, Mrs. Frank Glkson, Mrs. Rene George, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Frank Myers, Mrs, Barry Finklea, Mrs. Dalton Taft, Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs. McFarland, Mrs. Marshall BIsckard, Mrs. Carl Marshall and Mrs. W. T. Burns. li) the absence of two of the members yesterday. Miss Irogenc Butler of Forrest City, houscgucsi of Mrs. Carl-Lee, anti Miss Mnr- tlia Hnklea played bunco with the club. A sandwich plate with lemonade was served after the gaiu&s In which high prize went to Mrs. Carl-Lee, low prize to Mrs Burns and traveling prize to Mrs. Scott. t * » 1-cpanlo liiblc Class Visit* Locj.l Group Twenty-one members of the Iml- lesV Biblo class of the Lcpanio Church of Christ visited Ihe meet These Are Real Roses Birthday, LaFetra" formed the centerpiece of the dining table where supper wns served bullet style to nine girl friends of Miss May. Following supper, the girls were guests of their hostess for the Junior class play, "The Thirteenth Day" at the high echdol auditorium. • * • Club 28 Has Dancing Parly itl Woman's club Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Gooch Mr, and Mrs. w. C. Hlgglnson and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson en- terlalned members of Club 21) with a dancing party at the Woman's club InM nil-lit. in addition lo the members, Ihe guest list Included: Mr. and Mrs Jesse H. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh WJiltsIlt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Oscar Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. J. K Weds Last Night Church Ordinances me services. KI.CN. At (he Jr., last nlgiit. . Jelf Roland and Toby King of Memphis. Supper was served buffet style at midnight from a table which had a centerpiece of Jonquils. Bloom- Ing shrubs were arranged about the ball loom. * + « Honors Mrs. ScriuiUm Mrs. W. G. Scrantom of Evanston, ill., was complimented at a bridge party given b.v Mrs. Bernard Conch Wednesday afternoon during her visit here with Mr. and Mrs Jesse H. SVcbb. Mrs. Scranlom, who formerly %e- Memphis* sided here. In for bridge and they Miss Evelyn Smart, above, bo- «»' <»° 'U* of J. Mel, Brooks day following an appendectomy performed at Walls Hospital. Walter Rosenlhal ha.s returned j from St. Louis where he did spring mil summer buying for the New Attend Stale Convention of Honor Society Sixteen Blythevllle people went to Parauoulti today to attend the state convention of Ihe National Honor society being held there today and tomorrow. Judfo Ciimllle Kelley of the Juvenile court in Memphis will be the principal speaker. She addresses the group Saturday. The Rev. Paul Gallawny. pastor <if Ihe Osceola Melhodlst church, will spcnk to the group this afternoon. A tea will IJD given at «0 o'clock (his afternooji for <'"> sponsors. This wllj be followed st six o'clock with a banquet for all attending (he convention. A sr avenger hunt, at 0:30 and a theater parly at 1! o'clock conclude the aetvlties for today. Coffee at eight Saturday mom- Ing will be followed with a band concert, business meeting and the address by Judge Kelly, Voting delegates attending from (he local chapter are Kathleen i Ashley, Eutopla Wliitworlh and ; As s°^atitms. It Cookse.v Dodson. I yesterday. The In addition, the following mem- r <™ isc °t. New FRIDAY,'APRIL 5/1940 ' " Fresh sweetheart roses arc posed atop this spring sailor of natural straw. The Imt Is further decorated with elmvlrcuse and green feathers and a cloud of tulle. With or without blossoms, It's a fluKci-Ing little number. vere entertained at the home of conclusion of the games in which Mrs. G. D. Hammock. A colorful background oarfy was provided by bouquets o! jonquils, violets antl japonlca. A dcrsert course with iced leu wns server! after (lie icnincs. Mrs. Hammock received high prize and Mrs. Richard Dickinson, second ilgh prize among the club members. Mrs. Reinmiller was presented he guest prize. Enlerlains Cluli Mrs. W. T. Obersl entertained members o/ the Thursday Rook chib ami two guests, Mrs. J. Allen Webb of California, Mo., antl Mrs. S. E. Webb, at a party at her home yesterday afternoon. Bouquets of jonquils, double daffodils, japonica, hyacinths, antl other spring flowers were arranged about the entertaining rooms. After (he gnmss. the hostess served refreshments. Daughter liurn to Former Local Couple A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. Ramond D. Lee Tm-sday nt their home In Marked Tree.'The baby, who weighed eight pounds, hns been named Bonnie Rac. They have another daughter. .\iollie Jean, sgc five. Mr. anil Mrs Lee formerly resided here. Has raily ,il Huslio Inn Mrs. Charles Alford hod a party for members of the Thursday Mrs. King wus high anti Mrs. John for Die ('osier, second high scorer. Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. 1 B.-V..J*, itllo, J. L. Waters, ycslcvriny afternoon at the Kuslic lm>. Iced drinks were .spvvert rt'nin- the games which were followed i'1'li a dessert course. Mrs, George A. Hamilton received high score prlz: mid M,., j j Cookston, trAvclinj prize. Is (lucsl of dull Mrs. R. c. All™ wns a cucst O f Mrs c. W. Gnrrisan Wednesday nl?l)l when she nilerialnr-rt ,, v -.n. 1-ers of (ho Thursday Afierno'on < -Hib with .-. parly !lt , h e home of Mr. ai:ri Mrs, R, A. Nels e meet- „ - ...... • — "•....,.«,. ing of the Bible class of the local „ "- ran " til!i and jonquil-, decorated ""' ftftaining rooms. The hostess sm ' r<1 a f ' aliul church yesterday afternoon A tesson from Deuteronomy WHS studied under the dlrcc-llon of Denton M. Ncal, evangelist for the local church. The local Ladles' cln.ss mecls each Thursday afternoon nt three o'clock. All women of Blyllievlllc sui " ' , , V' M wmlj '»s received llic I ' fo '' "'•'" 'core in iho bridce ] games. ic ! ,,, , ' ' ' I "*" Nr " >' r in!'cr Mts cli »° vxiwn.-nu «u:nen oi uiythevllic I vmuiu ^TIVUI iirrnmr -• and surrounding territory 'are in- ! mt ' mt( ' r of Hie Double Four Uriel-e ^O^to^ (hcse meetings, officers f 1 " 1 ? K '" lch vvas eWeilaincd ves- slatc<J - . . . ^*> ':"«•»<»'>«' <»e ho,,,,.- of Wadley-Blackard Kites Are Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Ulartrud announce the marriage of their daughter, Corlr.nc, lo Eugene Wad- Icy.- r ntc ceremony was solemnized Saturday night at the home ot Magistrate T. L. Cassldy who read the' service. They were attended bv Miss Decne Ellis and Pat Chitmoii. The bride is a graduate of Blv- Iheyllle high school, nnd Mr. Wadley attended Gosnrll high school. Mr nnd Mi£ x Wadley will make ttielt hrurtc with Mr. Wariley.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Wadley, near .Blythcville. * * • I'las- Cards With Club Mrs. W. D, Wood and Mrs. John F.. Relnmlller played cards wilh members of the Thursday Dessert] tii»v j"hi-f)»v hf\ efhoort 'when they ; Tptl Kinj. coursi; served at Uic I.ATE TO CMS.SIFV Is Hostess to Club Blue liyaelntlis and other spring blossoms decorated the home ol Mrs. H. A. Tnylor yesterday after- neon when she wns hostess for the Delia Contract club party. Besides the club members, guests were Mrs. Jesscc Slltt, Mrs. J. it. Elklns antl Mrs. C. R. Wroten. Mrs, L. U. Moore was presentee: the prize for high score Among the club members and the guest prize (vent to Mrs. Elkins. A combination sandwich ;..... dessert course was served after the games. * r ' Has nirllidny Winner J. H. Godwin wns entertained with a dinner on his 64th birthday Tuesday night at, the home of his daughter, Mrs. Tern F. Turner. Thirty two members ot the family were present for the celebration. His and Mrs. Godwin's two sons, J. S. ar.d w. D. Godwin, nnd four of their daughters, Mrs. Fred Bean. Mrs. Joe N. Hill. .Mrs. Grace A. Richards and Mrs. Turner, were present. Another daughter, Mrs. Wes Goy, 'of Joncsboro. was unable to be present. • * » Miss May Honored Mrs. Lafayette May ciitertanied will-, n supper party Thursday night hi honor of the ICth birthduy of her dnughler, Miss LnFctra iicicd here, hi for bridge and they verc Joined later by Mrs Webb Jenny Wren DlllalimUy ar.rt imi Mrs. w. J. Wundcrllch Ml5 ' a p - Bal ' be1 ' ai ' e spendi.-..? The enlejiulning rooms wore U)dny "' Mem PWs. They will 113 1^^—.._., ...,i. ... rtrrnmnnniAfl lmt*i/i l\u Alice M.ivi, Ining rooms wore decorated with violets and jonquils. The blue and yellow scheme of the flowers wns also carried out' In the tallies. A sandwich plate with fruit punch was served after the games. High score prize went to Mrs. Louis Applcbnum. Mrs. Scrantom was also presented a gift. Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mrs. Charles Armstrong nm. daughter. Miss Helen Mae Armstrong have gone to Kllgore, Tex., where Miss Armstrong will be associated with the Alhmis and Down clinic. Miss Armstrong recently returned here from St. Louis when she had been in a school for technicians. Her mother will spend E few days with her before vcluruin: here. May. . c»kc embossed "Happy Miss Betty Eberdt has returnee: to Convoy where she is n student lit Hemhi.x college. She has bee spending her spring vacation here .„.,. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gns, -niltted Ebcrril. , ' -j ;VL •. Mrs. T. W. Jeffries returned yesterday from Little Rock where she had spent two days. Mrs, George Smith, Mrs. Ruth Lawhon nnd Miss Pearl Graves of Wilson, will go to St. Louis Sunday for the Mississippi Valley Benmi antl Fashion show. They will return Tuesday nlglil. ' Mrs. Oscar Bailey Is able to be out after having undergone a major operation recently. - Rldlnjs antl .Mrs. Dalton Tnft tire expected to return today from Fultoti. Ky., where they have been visiting relatives for o week, IT. N. Swcarengcn entered I lie Veterans' hospital in Memphis yesterday for treatment nnd a |ressl- ble operation. Matt Monaghan. who accompanied him there, returned last night. O. J. Rodgcrs Is resting well lo- lady will; sales ^in-iwiice. 0.: 5 I- 051110 "- Write BOK U W. Courier News. 2-pk-9 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service Announcing opening Saturday of lie Blytheville Cream Store 112 E.MA1N ST. Serving quality Ice Cream made fresh daily in our store. Quarts 25c I'hits 15c Half Pints 10c Take Home a Packayc! PERFECT SANITATION COURTEOUS SERVICE 'Mrs. Cora Wells York store. Mr. and Mrs. C. Welch of Crenshaw. Miss,, will arrive this ftcrr.oon to spend the week fad v-llli Mr. am) Mrs. Loy W;lc!i. The two Mr. Welchs arc brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Ererctl B. Get- Returns From State Baptist Union Meeting ------ _» v*i v v.<*ui 1:11 I_M tin mi n,ta Mrs, 'l'. E 'I'ulc president fif tiit* will bo observed at the First Bap- Northeast Arkansas district of e list church Sunday, Die Hcv. At- Baplisl Woman's Missionary U n- fral Carpenter, pastor, staled to- Ion, returned yesterday from Pi e day when he announced plans for IllufT where she attended Ihc sli e To Be Observed noil) of the church ordinances i convention of W. M u She ' . . She wis The lord's Supper will be ad- ' accompanied home by Miss Irene ministered at the morning service Chambers of Little flock n WM at winch Ihe pastor will speak on U. field worker, who wl h Mrs ><• topic. "When OKI Forgets," Talc, will next week make a tour will be broadcast over of tire Unions in (his district The Mississippi County Associn- niijht service, the ordi- lion received the banner for the h!»l-\Hc,« 1..L1I K~ -,!.*.U. ,__._., - . . '"' '' ' - - ....... ~' •••" •"-• kmii ii.v.^ncu u;v uauuer lor tne nince of baptism will be admin- largest increase in the number of isleied. fhc pastors sermon topic organizations formed durlne flic will be "When God Remembers." , past year. 8 I Gues t, Centers on Ihe program r r i ' whlcl1 O l' c " ctt Tuesday morning rOUr-Lounty and closed Thursday wore Dr. J. P T A fWrrn.vl-Falmn w - Rea ^' wh ° ( » from Atlanta r.l.rt. urbanization Jlcrae Mission board, ami Miss M«_, - I i'i' ChrlBlian, who is a teacher In CARUTHER3VILLE, Mo., April 5 i the W. M. U, training schol at —Mrs. R. L. Morris, sei vinj her j Louisville, Ky. second term as president of the / There was a regtstrnllon of 803 Canithtrsvillc p. T. A., lias been ; at the convention which Is one of named president of the .Southeast i the largest ever held. Delegates Missouri District of Parent-Teachers ' from tlie Mississippi county asso- ............. ters of the local chapter will atlend: Russell Farr, Miujortc Mays, Betty Dugan, Mary Jean AfJIIck. J. D. Wltlncr, Bill Chamblin, Mnry Helen Moore, Vera Goodrich. Mary Lynn Jackson, Mildred Muir. Miss Irene Morgan, sponsor ol the group, Mrs. Charles G. Morehead, who was initiated into the national honor society at Pnra- soiild. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin will accompany (lie students. To Have Supper At accompanied home by Miss Mary Spain Ustey, a student at Miss Wylie's Business school, who will spend the week end with her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Nollcy Harris, of New York City, attended to business here yesterday. Miss Imogene Butler, of Forrest City, will return home tomorrow utter having spent a week here with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carl-Lcc. Lone Oak School!' Proceeds from the spaghetti supper, to be held tonight by the Woman's Missionary Society of the Lone Oak Methodist Church, will ",(-> into the general treasury. The affair, which is to begin at o:30 o'clock, will be at the school building. At The Hospitals lilytlieville Hospital Johnnie Merino, Minneapolis, Minn., dismissed. , Mts. Klttie Wilson, Monettc, dismissed. j Walls Hospital : Mrs. Berlrm Ham, Holland, admitted. ; John Benson, Manila, admitted. • N.-B. Baldwin. Steclc,-admitted. . Joe Dan Burton, Stcele. admitted. j , Mrs. John Shelby, Sleele, dls- juisseti. •_ : •...,..,••: -. i- nrcmphfs Bapttet,..IIospitiil'.j,':'i - Mary Dates, Haytl, ariniltted.' R. E. Roberts, Dyess, admitted Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Robert. Iil:ks, Stec'le. art milled, ntcmphis Mclli<»l!sl Uospil.il Mrs. L. H. Holloman. Stecle. ad- and Mississippi counties. Mrs. Poplar was learned here' elation K-lio attended represented district comprises j Osceola, Uixorn and Wilson, (lie Madrid, nunklin I huter city having nine delegates ' present. Mrs. H. B. Tillrmm, of Luxora, one of the newly elected bonni Morris recently moved to Uluff where iier liusbanil high school hand director, but j numbers from this district she drives here regularly to attend the local P. T. A. meetings. Freed-Hardeman Alumni Will Dine Arkansas-Missouri Alumni Association of Freed-Hardemon college -...lii/ii tfi i i cvu~«nu vii JILUII i;uiiv:^i; at, Hendcraon, Tonn., will have a MALE WEAKNESS Thousands nilp irritable nerves, nisiffsn Rti<l "trrcyularUica'" Juu ,1o [omaln lunrtlonul CPAISOS Ijy '• taking PiokfiatD'a Compounij. iTiviif banquet at a o'clock at the Hotel t Noble tonight according to an| noitnccment made today by Demon M. Ne.il, president of the group, Mr. Neal is being assisted in arranging for the affair by Benny Cook, secretary-treasurer of the association. C. P. Roland. Caruthersville High Honor Roll Lists 93 CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Aprils -High School Principal Hugh L. Bates yesterday nnr.mmicd u total of D3 high school students were listed on the third quarter honor roll. Thirty-one arc Freshmen, 33 ioplwinores, 19 Juniors, and H Seniors, he said. school faculty, and other officials from (he school rre expected lo attend together with former students, present students and prospective students of the college. Read Courier News TVant Ads. member of the EXPERT BEAUTY WORK PAH 1 ft fi For ^HL,Li luD Appointment Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SRNSIJ3LY Swedish Massage, Va|i. Baths Mrs. Itutli I.awhon *' CAItl) OF THANKS We wish to 'extend our wholehearted thanks and appreciation to our friends for their kindness and sympathy in the recent illness nnd death of our loved one, Homer Lucius. Especially do we thank Drs. Walls and Sims, and Nurses Dee and Long for thtir faithful work. Rev. E?enfro and their comforting Also we thank Rev. Uoss fcr words. Mrs. Vida Lucius, wife. Misses Grace and Marie Lucius. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lucius, father and mother. . Brothers niul sisters: Clyde Lucius. Finis Lucius. Alfred Lucius, Josic Lucius, Lawrence Lucius, Mrs. Ollle Wnrtc, Mrs. Virgie Hill, Mrs. Mildred Belts. Mrs. Lorcnc Hillhouse. BETWEEN 11 AX!) NOON' - A.M. OR MORE IN CASH F P F F - vS/ Jtl I™B |~fl. . l'V,r a Mrs. Tucker's Shortening Empty Cur Ion Mrs. Tucker's Money Mint Representative will call on one Blythcville home Monday, April 8 H Hit; Hlylhcvillc housewife'trailed <in at (his time is nl home antl luis a carton of Airs. Tucker's Shortening in her home, she will he given ;tl least Sf> cash for Ihc ompfv car- Ion. Don't Forget (o Include MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING on your grocery list tomorrow Listen to KiiOin Slalion X15AW-—102(1 on the l)i:il— 7:30 |i. in. Daily at your local grocers Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 Sign the New Register at the Ritz FRIDAY, Al'KH, 7 . ICl) Good Reasons Wby Von Sboulil Altcnil Ihc Ililz ALEXANDER KORDA prnsnls MERLE C.irlocn .t iilarrli of Time Saturday, April IHh CSKI I'EN j.-M WIDE! MEM HORSES 6C1W! wild EDITH FEUOWS . JAHES McCAUION D',,,a,d >>, V/HUAM McGANN Ons-ncl Sunn Play by Vincxil 5l,,,-,jn ft WARNER BROS. PICTURE Also Comorty & Scrlnl Continuous Siniw Saturday Sim. & Mon., April 7 & 8 "I don't take chances . . - yet up lo (t near ago I never had my eijes examined" .Many «f us arc .just Ihis intonsist- onl. We think we don't take needless eltaiu'cs with our hcallh, yet \ve nei^leel one of our most precious possessions .... our eyesight. Perhaps you don't need Classes, but if you do yon hud hctter kmnv it. Periodic examinations hy an experienced optometrist require very lime and cos I von nnl!iii\.n unless yonr eyes aclinilly need attention. lillle Isn't if common sense lo play safe'.' r:\.\MiNK vouu HVI:S IB Comedy A- I'ai'.iinnuul Conlinuuns flimc Sunday Cninlnjr lo.llic Hit?.: "Vouu? Tom Kdi.son" "S!nr Dust" "(Irancs of Wrath" "Sjcvcnlrcii I'KIDAV & SATURDAY Corarfly of Kit Carson .Sun. & Mem., April 7 & 8 BTEPHtHSOW XJISOt SmtKSCH • KUSY B KEIU • IDSIM 1H?«T Si'tiU K'MCI • HUFH rctEIS . Also News & I'.nr.iiiioiiul Novrlly LISTEN TO KLCN 11. '00 a.m. — U;45 p.m. — 4:30 p.m. Phone lUU 2Z-I Phone Knxj l "
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