The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1940 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 5, 1940
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P H5* Y ' Apm ' 5, l ^- in Luxora Society—Persona! Women's Sorlrly Mcols The Methodist Women's Society for ChrisUiiii Service met al the. church Tuesduy urtcrnoon Tor n mission study under tlie leuder- filup of Mrs. H. E. L. Beardeii Jr. The meeting was opened with u hymn. Nine members wen' present tor lliis period of study an "Homeland," by A. U. Lmifiiu'e. In connection with this study, tlie Society is leading •'Sniumini; a Continent" by J. R. Scotford. Tile twill] chnptcr of Matthew used by Mrs. fi. H. Owen for Hie devotional, ivayers were said toy Mrs. Owen and Mrs. Dcnrdwi. Group Has .Meeting A business meeting ot (he Baptist Woman'.s Missionary .society was held nl tlie home of Mrs. c. B Wood Tuosday Afternoon with ten members present. ihe chairmen of and ilu- following announceim-nl.s made: A quarterly meeting ot the Mississippi county Baptist Mlssloji- ary societies will he held at the First Baptibt church, Blylhevllle on April 18. Mrs. D. N. Judson, of Memphis, j Mrs. Judson accompanied Mvs.' Brown home after Ihe latter had spent. several days with her In Memphis last week. I Mr. and Mrs. Noble Hunt, of' Memphis, but former l.uxorans, were visiting unions friends Saturday. Nnney Rush accompanied her aunts, Mrs. H. W. Spnnn und Miss Florence Rush, home from Amar- iilo, Tev.. to visit with (hem for ; HI) indefinite time. Prank O. Andrews went to Piy- 'jou, Ark., Suruhv for his dniuth- ler, Mrs. Wendell Hurrls, und voiing son. Mndei) O'Conner, wlio will visit with him for several weeks until Mr. Harris completes ananijeinems for their new home in Pine ISlii/f. Ark. Fcii.v N. Nicholson «f Cilcnn Allen. Miss., Fred 1). Nicholson of Helzonl, Miss., and Vim and I.ex Nicholson of Tyron/.u, who were In '.'.•xoi-a last week lo atii-nd die family rennion In honor of their inoiher. Mrs. .). M. Nicholson's 82nd Mithday. visited among their L\ix, oia friends before returning that } afternoon to their homos, i Stira Posey, who underwent an NEWS FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia There will lie nodii' oil at Coming, hils b(!ell Ark., May 3, a meeting of Ihe Baptist Women's Missionary societies <jf Hie Northeast District. The next, meeting of the Luxora society will be a Hoyal Service program and social meeting at the home of Mrs. c. B. Wood. Sophomores Win Tournament The sophomore class play, "The Handy Man", won the honors in the local one-act [jlay tournament «(. the Liix-orn school Wednesday night. The characters in this play were- f'aiiline Brown, Ditsy Siliman, Jane Wise, Vivian Mcnae, Joanna Miller, Harold FrayJer. Fred George fit:rt Emory Koch. turned home We<ineiduy. Mrs. Maxlne Drown McHaney was the week end (jucsl of Mrs. i Carl Stokes, of Memphis. Mike Uenton. one of Uixoru's oldest cilj/r-iis, is very ill at his home on Main street. Mr. Demon in ill health for a number of years, , ' Mr. and Mrs. s. j. Smith left! 'Vm'Hfy! A person can't even develop a roll of film in peace Monday morning for Dallas, Te.v., | without sonicbwlj 1 hollenil' for the Iwllltllb." to attend the Texas Cotton Council. I ; ' | They will return the latter part of the week. Manila Society—Personal lias Birthday Party Mrs. Orover C. Driver men ted Mr. Driver with o'clock night. Mr. Brown, birthday dinner compli- a six Monday Driver's .sister, Mrs. and his nephew. Brown, were guests. Sue Jack To Attend Stale illccliiif Mre. Ralph L. Douglas, representing the Luxorn Baptist Woman's Missionary Society, left Tuesday morning, accompanied by the Rev. R. L. Douglas, to altcml the annual stale meeting of Ihe Baptist Woman's Missionary Societies. Mrs. Douglas Is" lo direct the paiHomlning of the Young Women's-Auxiliary adopted song, "O, Zlon Hnste" at the Y. W. A. Banquet. * t * Mrs. R. T. Tynsoi), of Ainory, Miss., house guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Taylor of Blytlieville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bognn Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. N. Sharp was called to Campbell, Mo.. Sunday to be with her brother, Mr. Mardin, who is a patient in a Poplar Bluff hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen motored to Blue Mountain. Miss.. Thursday for their daughter. Miss Fiances Reid, .student at Blue Moim- Fox-Tlui'ttiU A wedding of wide interest is that of Miss Lottie Thweatt of Little Rock, Ark., and Rilly Fox of Manila, Tlie wedding was solemnized March 29 fit Lone Oak. The brine is tlie daughter of Mrs. Jack Thwcalt of Little iiock and e - ..., u .,o „, UIL- , Mr. Fox ts the son of Dr. j c ' ns s wlio were present v.ere with r.n unusual April Fool party at the Home Ecoiomlcs nuililin'i; with ihe Junior clns.s lifting as iiost with Mr. IIuclsoTi. iisriciiltnvc lra;h- er, sponsoj-. The niiiin room o( Hie building was nttractive in its dcco- . rative setieme, with the ••"•• T>.- o j the year providing the background. I \Vinlcr «'«s portrnjx-d by a Clirist- I mas tree trimmed with vnlr-ntliHVi, Rprli-.g with an unusual ejg hunt, with colored jelly bcnns for e-«-'. Summer was announced bv fire- <-.«"l:er.<5 and American flsws and fall was a lavish display (if Halloween pumpkins and shocks <> corn. The group ivns treated to a wcluer and innrshmnllow roasl folloM'Irs their games. Members of the Senior Enrl . _^ ui ur. v,u.i.i «i.u t\i:n- ] V. H. Fox, prominent physician toi •; Carter, president; Lela Mae Darker, many years here and in Leachville. j secretnr.v-t.rcnsurt'1 1 : /lljrni Si Billy is enrolled as n student at Stale Medical school. The young couple are tlie guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Richard Fox. brother of the groom, here in Manila for a few days. After a short honeymoon they plan to return to Little Iiock where Mr. Fox wilt resume his studies. Bride Honored ' Sirs. Clifford King, the former Zelda McDonald, wos honored with a shower tea Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. !'oe. Mrs. Poe tvas assisted in receiving by the bride, her mother. Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. James Moore, and Mrs. Pete Ballard. Mrs. G. Mike Jr. registered about 51 guests in the bride's book. Mrs. Albert Scott and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy potirerl tea. Mrs. Roleson and Mrs. Myrtle Brown arranged the gifts. Opal Love, Frieda McDonald, Zclda King. Lurline Hutton. Lillian Vinson, Dorothy Mne Forest. Roy Denton. Kenneth McWhirler. Billy Joe Hutton. Fay Grimes. Helen Walking and the class .sponsor. Mrs. Ada Bowen Sanderson. To Present Play The members of the .Senior cln-s of the Manila high school will.pre- sent a three act, farcical comedy, "The Spanish Onion" by Carl Welj- stcr Pierce. Two pcrfcrinnnces \«\> bo given Thursday, April nth, wit!'. a special matinee for school children. Students taking part nrc: Billy Joe Hulton as "Plnhham Uiilins"- Kenneth McWhirtcr us "Paul Carter". Clnrance .ShncSlcy as ''Mr. Gordon"; Eddie A.shabrnmicr ns "Roy Campbell"; Dorothy Mae For- . M. U. Meets The W. M. U. of the Baptist church met for their regular week!: meeting at the church •" | llltcllll" HI U]^ College, who returned home) Jcnilgan. Mrs. Jordan with and cst as "Mrs. Hallisloif"; Lurline Hutton as "Jane Post"; Alma Samples as "Delight Totmscud"; Opal Love as "Cynthia Reed"; Prledn McDonald as "Minnie Ross"- Carl Mri. | Carter as "Earl Walton": l.-.-ln Mie Mr.s. I Barker as "Mrs. Brink"; and Roy The i Dcnton as "Ramon Cortex". ;, r? . [ Mrs. Ada Bowcn Sanderson. English teacher, is instructing the M , ,, . ,:, ,. " -' -~ — I'tnv. mis. :x»>im)[iu fax Airs 1-; F students. Mrs. Alvin Wunderlich. who has ' recently been a patient at the Methodist hospital. They were accompanied home by Miss Dixie Howard and Miss Margaret Bishop, wlio were to spend the \veolc pnrt nrifl I*! rr ,. » L l.K L'lU . Blul:u uvl . r ,„(, DUJllleSS | 1)PC ;j ^ h M».' wlmH^lu^y^ h hto " """^ -r "™t turned to Memphis Sunday after- Scniar!t Knlertaincd Tiic Seniors of Manila high school were entertained Tuesday night part: Mrs. Raymond Fox. Mrs E. F Alston. Mrs. W. A. \Vhit;lay, Mr.s Haimon'Tipton. Mrs. 0001-30 Curt- wrighl, Mrs. Daniel Johnson and Mrs. Walter Griffin. Mrs. Curia-right, president, inc- sided over the business meeting. noon. Jesse Brown and daughter.' 5 Mrs. Mnxinp Brown McHimcy. were j Memphis visitors Wednesday Mrs. R. D. Eberdt and Miss Carrie Mae Hires arc guests this week of Mrs. Eberdt's sister, Mrs. II. L. Co.x. and Mr. Cox, at (heir home in Bobo, Miss. Mrs. Jesse Brown has as her house guest, this week her sisler. I J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optome- irist in BljtiievdUe. Glasses Filled Correclly I Several members of ihe Methodist church surprised the Rev and Mrs. w. J. LeRoy with a pot Hick dinner Wednesday. Among those present were Mrs. Mabel Needham Mis. II. W. Cowan, Mrs. Alvis Byrcl, I and Mrs. U. Poe. Miss Anit.i Cowan, who has been ' visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs ' 11. W. Cowan, for the p;ist 'severiv' days has retur.ied to Arkndclnhln where slie Is atlcndin" Ht-iKlcrson- nrown College. Mrs. BUI Armstrong und Ma:! Iliitchliis of Hoi Springs arc visiting- llielr parents. Dr. und Mrs. W. P. Hulchins this week. Mrs. J. J. Martin and Mrs, Bert Hall of Ilaytl, Mo., were guests Wednesday of Mrs. AMs Uvrd. Henry llryant of West Helena, Ark., is u ' of friends hi-rr Ihh week. Mrs. ilobcrl Decker, \vho Is seriously ill ii-ns taken lo tile Joneslmio Ilcspitnl Wednesday. Mrs. John R. Cowini. who IIT- been visiting in Manila for » few days lias gone lo Bells City. Mo., to visit her mother. Mrs. John Armstrong Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Claborn Tipton of Moncttc were guests nt relatives here tiiis week. II, C. "Grandpa" WcW>, ftl-vcn'-- old resident of Manila, is critically ill al the home of his datmhler Mrs. Jiniitts 11. nnivrofi. Ills ler f iom Memiihls'; Mrs I, n iv,,.. ft.'" V """ 1K " """ ; " m! ' 1|! " h I'r and Mrs. 11. n, HolHnson have letiirued from u visit with friends and telalm-s In Mississippi. 'I lie lii'v. and Airs. p. }|, Jcrtittjan visited in Lepanto, Tin^idny. Mrs, Byerley Heads Texas P. T. A. Group MIS. I,. O. Hyeilcj of Midland, Tex., who was u prominent club «'om«ji in (his section when she made her home ;» i.«u'livllle, Ark., has Ijd'i) elected ju'eshlem of ihe Texa.s t:oni',ress of Parents und ! fin inns, ill.stric'i (J. u, S ,.,. VI , | (hl . Hi' 1 next tii-o yciirs. Wind '.va.s reei'lved here of her iil.ctiun lollowini; a illslriet cnn- veiiiiiin hrid In Atillrne March •'« iiJid :".i. First Aid Classes To Begin On Monday Cla.s.ios in first ni<l which aie t" bo couducied under the iiusplciv; 'if Ihe local chapter of the Aineii- l can |(rd Cross will begin Monday J'i|'l)i. Mrs, Tom IJradsher, executive swictnry, inmoiineed today. Texi books for tin: classes which are to be taught by Dr. R. K Kchlnui.f, director of Ihe Mississippi couiily hi'iillli milt, have n i- lendy nirivcd.. Thirty.five '])''«ple are now en"')l«l In (his course. Anyone else •v.lio df.sire.s to join (his group me asked lo notify Mrs. llradsher ill the lied Cross olllce. This project is one of a group of I'duciilloiiHl courses being lunuiged for by tlie local chapler. Home Jiy- Rieiu. and wuo of Ihe sick classes were begun last Saturday ut, n meeting of the Mississippi comity Frostiest Slock anlwd TJcst Prices Kitty Drug Stnre SHOE Let GARLIC Help Fight Harmful Colon Bacteria Oulpf Bc.r.8? lrnri,,r,,tl i.. iT-T". FARM LOANS las. B. Chirk Gleiiriw lliiltillnj. ItlytlVcvillr, Ark. Authorhcd Mortgage Loan Solicitors for (he Melrnpull- hin Life liisurnitce (!o. LOW ItATKS PHOMI'T INSI'KCTIONrf ' I.ONO TDHMS RKl'AYMENT PltlVILKOKS Clark-U'llnon Agency, Insur. Jas. l(. Clark Council of Homo „„„,.,„„„, Hubs. MIS.S Ada lloyd, «| so O f Ihe lira (I, unit, eonducl.s ihat i-insi nn ' well iis another one al, Luxoia. Fred Saliba Heads Syrian-American Club A Syrlnn-Aineriean club has been i'wxmital hrre «HI, K ic d . s . (j nl j,, n 1 us presldiuii, •!•[„, orgiinl/allon ! meeting wus held uiLs week lit Ihe |'l'>me of Mrs. C. S. Corey intl Ihe I IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR 1 T1IK CtlllCKAHAWIJA DISTRICT 01' MlHSISHIl'I'I COUNTY, AKKANKAK. J. N. Tliomason. I'lalnllll, vs. No. '(lit) Dlckson. heir nt law ofJ. 1>. nml I.OH liickson, dece«.<;i'd, und unknown heirs of J. I), mill I-<iu Dlckson. Heceased, Defendants. WAI(NINC) (JH1JKH Thi 1 deliMidiniLs, Dir.'k.soii und tin 1 unknown heirs of J. D , Dlekson and Ixni Dlekson. deceas- | «!. ni'ti wm ned to appear In iliu I Chniu'rry t.'uiut for lh« ClilckH- sHWUu nislrlct of Mississippi Coun- iV, wllhln thirty dnys unil answer (he complaint oi the pIiilnUH, ,). N. ThoiiifiJion. 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