The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 8, 1940
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PAGE TWO JLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar . TUESDAY'S EVKNTS Order of Eastern Star meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. Miss CapilolR Whliworth and Miss Athanel Whteortti entertain- Ing Business Girls Circle .First Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock (it church. Mrs. Jnmcs H. Hill' and Mrs. Charles Penn entertaining Chtirlo- volx chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, al the Penn home, one. o'clock. Mrs. V. O .Miller entertaining Tuesday Courted club. Double G club meeting wlUi Miss Fatty Shane. Mrs. Elton W. Klrby having the Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. Meyer Graber entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. L, L. Hubener. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon having the Tuesday club. •WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertaining Chapter D, P. E. O. sisterhood, at Mrs. Houchins' home, one o'clock. Town-and Country club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. Mrs. Farnsworth Black entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Claude P. Scoggln Jr., entertaining ADO Bridge dull. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting in science hall at Luxora. Mrs. 'L. .B: Baker entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Double Four club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. John Fau)kner. Mrs. I* H, Weld) hnvin? Dcitn Contract. club. Thursday Contract club meeting Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. FRIDAY'S EVKwTM Mrs. J. D. Aikhis nnrt Mrs. T. L. Cassidy onlerttitcing Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 3 '1:30 o'clock at church. Woman's club having general meeting, 2:30 o'clock at clul) lioute. Mrs. W. D. McClurkin ciilertaln- iag Friday Bridge club. Elmwocd Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. Leslie Moore. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion club having ilnnce at American Legion 1 Hut, 10 o'clock. Mre. Afflich Is Hostess For Luncheon and Bridge Another of the parties for Blythe- ulle society during the spring season was given Friday when Mrs. C, W. 'Afflick entertained with » bridge luncheon sit her home. Thirty-tux) guests were served a two course luncheon tit .small tables. Bridge games.followed. Pastel shades -In the gladioli blended with the white narcissuses which the hostess had arranged about her colonial home. High score prize In the games was presented to Mrs. O. W. Mc- Culchen, and second high prize to Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. Mrs. Doyle Henderson received the cut prize. * => » Students Figure In University Activities Four Mississippi County students at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville were honored by (heir social groups during Die recent election of officers. In the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Miss Martha Ann Lynch was named librarian and Miss Chuv chill Buck, house manager. Jack Maxwell of Osccola was named secretary and Monroe Maxwell, also of the city, was named historian of the Kappa Alpha fraternity. * * » Son Bom A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Dunn Jr., of Union City. Tenn., Saturday aflcmon at a chnie in that city. The baby, who weighed seven pounds and twelve Patently a Figure Study Georgia Carroll, dresses ns the business S M who loves her work, In a preview of the costume she'll wear at the United States Patent Bits of News Mostly Pcnooal* I. M. Bcntley, who was strlcker with a heart attack several days "(jo, mm able to be moved fron Wnlls hosplnl lo his home lodny He Is much Improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. T, E. Brewer and daughter, Miss Aline Brewer, ol Hughes, spent the wccli end here H'llh Mi. nnd Mrs. George Pfeuf- fcr and family. Mrs. Pfeuffcr k a daughter of Mr. and Mis. Brewer tylss Rosalee Keager, of Jonesboro, and Miss Alice Leggclt, of Memphis, spent the week end with Miss Louise Legectt. ,Mrs. Tom Mizell and jiiece, ol HornerBvillc, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs.- J, W. Sykes here over the week end. The Bykes motored then home yesterday. Mrs. B. B. Wilson and daughter, Miss Mary Emily Wilson, and sons, Dick and John 'Bruce Wilsoii spent the week, end In Unden, Term., where they were called because of the serious Illness of Mrs Wilson's mother, Mrs. J. T. Tinln. They were motored over by Larry Coleman. of steele. They returned last night after the condition of Mrs. Tlnin had improved. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer,' president of the Woman's club, and Mrs. George M.'Lee, secretary, left today for Pine BlufT to attend the state Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. Sadie R. Dunbnr, national president, will be « g'^st speaker ttl the. convention. Charles Mcoro returned lust night from Dallas. Tex., where he attended to business last week. Mrs: Maury Watlley and children, Kenneth nnd Nancy, of Enrle, are spending Ihls week here ______________ „ Sesqulccntonnlal celebration In Washington on April 10, Adding j wl t!> Mrs. Wiley's mother, Mrs "' ' " "" '' ' ' machine buttons decorate her hnt and bodice, and her skirt is drape;! with adding machine tape. ounces, has been namctt James Hires 'Dunn. Mrs. Dunn Is the former Miss PHiiline Hires, of this city. Her mother, Mrs. C. G. Hires, is spending a few weeks there \vlih her. llciiiricc Nellies anil Houston Candle Marry Announcement >vns made today of the marrlnge of Miss Bciitilce Nellies, of Parngould. and Houston Caudle, sta of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .CiUKllt', ' of Mils city] The 1 wedding was solemnized Sat- urrtfldy, Mnr. 30 at Cardwell, Mo. Attendants were Miss Stelln Hnll und B. Johnson. Mrs. Caudle Is the daughter of J. H. Nettles, ot Parngould. Mr. Cnudle was graduated from the city high school nnd Is now employed with the Blythevlllc Water company. Mr. nnd Mrs. Caurtle are making their home at 1315 West Main street, * * • Class to .licet Members of the Gleaners Sunday school class of the first Baptist church will meet tonight at 7;30 o'clock til the home of Mrs. J. W. Rayrier, according to announcement made today. Bachelors' Club to Be Guests at Osccoln Party A party is being ananscd at Osccola by nirmhcrs of the recently organized Northeast Arkansas Young Mca's club In compliment to the local Bachelors' club. The affair will be Thursday nl?ht it the Osceola community house. IJilly Nicholson Is president of the group and Joe Applcbaum Iscluiir- man of publicity. A similar patty was given a few seeks ago at the American Legion FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Hut by members of the local group for the Osceola club. Jack Chamblin Heads Presbyterian Group Jack Chnmblin wns elected president of .the Presbyterian 'Young People's League til a meeting at the First Presbyterian church last, night when plans were made for attending the annual spring .rally" to be. held 'In Joiiesboro Friday and Saturday, Chnmblin succeeds Bill Morse as president of the group. Other officers chosen last night were: Bill ChnmWIn, vice president; Doris Muir. .secretary; June White, treasurer. Registration for (he .spring rally of the Arkansas Presbytery will begin at four o'clock Friday afternoon. The local young people are In charge of the worship program to be presented Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Bill Morse will be leader of the program. Tlie Hev. Jnmes A. Ovcrholser. pastor of the local church, and the Hcv. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Osccoln church, will be among the leaders of discussion periods. The Rev. Mr. Overholser will have as his subject, "Faith in God and People versus Distrust and Suspicion." The subject of the Rev. Mr. Lawrence's discussion will he: "Sacrifice versus Getting Things Easy nud Fur Nothing." Young people from here who will make the trip are as follows: Pat Harrison, Hugh Nelson Thompson, Max Harrison, George Mulr, Bill Chnmblin, Jimmy Allen, Bill Morse. Jack'Chnmblin. Dotls Mulr, Dorothy Oas, Mnrjorie Stevens, June White and John McGill. They will be accompanied by the Rev. nnd Mrs. Overholser, Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. L, D. Cliam- blln. Expect 100 At I Baked Ham Steak Makes rresbytenan ._ Session Tuesday MONDAY, APRIL 8, 10-10. " Excellent 'Company Dish' OEG'EOLA, Ark,, April 8,-Aronntl! 100 women from northeast Arkansas are expected to attend lhe 3«h annual session of tho Woman's -Aux- Illnry of Arkansas Presbytery beginning Ivcre Tuesday and contlnuln? . Ihrougli Wednesday, according to' Mrs. O. A. Forbes of Wynne, president, and Mrs. R. c. Brynn of this city, chairman of hospitality In the local auxiliary. i Registration In charge ol Mr:;. | Dick Urotncr will begin Tuesday ' momlng at the Presbyterian, church. Following lhe prayer and ' rcdedlcatlon by Mrs, George Kd- rlngtoii, tlio members will be welcomed by Mrs, E. s. Chiles, presi- drol of din Osccola Auxiliary, with the response given by Mrs. c. A. Harper of West Memphis. Reports from the presbyterlal officers will lake up the remainder of the morning session.. . Tuesday's afternoon session will Include the Bible Study period by Mrs. J. S. Sleeper of Batesvillc; reports from the cause secretaries of the stale and reports from the four group chairmen: Mrs. W. B. BiirteU ol Ba.sselt,; Mrs. L. P. Hoell. Newport; Mrs. W. W. Mc- Ornry of Lonoke; nnd Mrs. w. .1. Lanisr of Forrest city. The high point of the two-day session promises to be the missionary address by the Rev. Roy P. Cleveland, missionary to the Belal»n Congo. At this session the Birthday Objectives lor 1940 will be presented in a demonstration by the Dlythevillc Auxiliary directed by Mrs. James Overholser. .Snechi music will be heard at all services. The remembrance service condni-'- by Mrs. W. B. Burkett and the communion service in chaite the Rev. L. T. Lawrence and Hie Local Group Will FVJMI! tveni T. J. Crowder, and family. Paris McCallft (\nd George Dil- laliutity returned to Memphis this morning after having spent, the week end here. Mr. Dlllahunty attends Murdock Cotton school there. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell McDonald. Jimmy Crisco and Miss Patricia Anderson, all of Monette, spent yesterday here as guests of Jerry Harwell. Sue .;P|eulIer • is able to be out after; Haying been ill for five days. Mrs;' - J!' F. Nebhut was removed to th'e'Blylhevllle hospital yesterday n'f'ternobn. She Is til of pueu- 'mcnin,';,* „ S>iiiss' : .[x)ul5e Luttrell hiis entered the Blylhevllle .hospital. for.treat- ment of arthritis. •.'•':Mrs. Enicst Halsell has been rc- •mOved to her home from Walls 'hospital where she recently underwent n major operation. Mrs. Albert Sidney Smith of Kansas Clly, wife of the late Mr. Smith, who formerly lived in Bly- thcvillc, Is spending several days here as the guest Of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith and family mid Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Lnuglcy and family heforc going . to, Memphis to visit other relatives,.'SM'rs. Smith is accompanied by her grandson, William Albert Schmidt, fllso of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Lcggelt niirt son, David, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swearengen. of Memphis, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. gelt.' yesterday. They ivere accompanied home by Mrs, N. E. Parks. of Oxford. Miss., who has been visiting here fov ten days. She will spend a few days iu Memphis before returning to her home. Mrs. M, Eiulo returned today fvonV St. Louis where she has been visiting her mother. She went to St. .Louis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Mrs. Guithol Dal! and Mrs. J. W. Thompson spent the week cud in Hot Springs with Mr. and Mi*. Frederick Corkrnn. Mrs. Hnrolil Thompson and Mrs. Ball arc sisters of Mrs, Corkran. The Rev. E. B. Williams' left today for flarrisbuig where he will conduct, sv meeting for two weeks. " c | rclur " hclc j day for services at the rhurch. Meth- Mr. nnd Mrs, O. O. Hnrrlawny have returned from Memphi.s whcrr they attended Ihc luneral yc.Merdny A large group from the Woman's Auxiliary of the First, Presbyterian church Is expected lo altcnd the Woman's ' Auxiliary of Arkansas | O c Mr. llardnway's brother, ii' ii. riT.-ibylory to be held in Occola | Hardawny, of that city, who died tomorrow nnd Wednesday. i ),, phoenix, Aria., where He Imd The local group will present, lhe ] gone for his health, annual Arkansas birthday objec-1 Willis Hubener. of Ultlr Rock, tlvc. Mrs. James A. Ovcrliolser .will jratnc yesterday for a visit with his lend the program on "Reasons i brother. Dr. L. L. Hubener mid Why of 1S40 Objective" at 7:30 family. Dr. ilubenrr motored over o'clock on Tuesday night. The objective ot this birthday offering will be vacation church school work. Assisting licr in presenting the program will be Mrs. J. D. McGill, Miss Emma Kate Rtchaids, aiul Mrs. O. W. Ulllahimiy, official dele- Bates lo the Presbytay. and Mrs. i Ross Stevens and Mrs. W. A. , Uobyns. In addition .to Ihis group the following arc expected to attend: •••" " ' B. Harrison, Mrs. R. C. -,. Bill Young. Mrs. D. C. McLean. Mrs. Mnltic Allen.' Mrs. li. J. Allen. Mis. Ray WmthuiRton. Read Courier News »ant ads. for him Friday. elders will conclude the nlghl's program. Oilier outstanding speakers to be heard are Mrs. Mack Long of Little Rock, synoclicnl president; Mrs. J. W. Butler of Bntesvtlle; Mrs. J. W. Parse of Batesvillc; Mrs. J. V. Cobb of Forrest Citv and Mrs. Guy Asmlcr, T,lt»i« o r v- Local committees appointed by Mrs. Chiles are Mrs. DICK uronu-. credentials; Mrs. R. c. Bryan, hospitality; .and the Rev. L. T. Lawrence, transporttaion. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all services of the two-day session. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Annie Walker, Caruthcisvillc, admitted. Mrs. Jasper Patterson, 'l"yier, admitted. f Miss Nina- Brooks, Stccle, ad- milted. ""'" '-' • Mrs. John Tyrone, city, admitted. j Dorothy Avlcuc Nowlin, Manila, dismissed. I.- M. Benlley, city, dismissed. W, D. Bledsoe, Matthews. Mo admitted. Mrs. Leroy Hnddlcston nnd baby, city, dismissed. MM. Alton Thorn, citv. dismissed. Ittythevlllc Hnspiial ^ Louise Luttrell. city, admitted. Ham sUnk, bakfil BAKED HAM STEAK— BV MRS. GAYNOit MADUOX NKA Henrice '!it«H Wiitor For company dinner with yellow daffodils on the (able, try" this ••enu : Tomato bouillon, ham steaks, raisin dressing, scalloped potatoes, Brussels sprouts, carrot and watercress salad, cloverleaf rolls, strawberries nnd cream, lemon sponge cakes. HAM STEAKS-RAISIN DRESSING (Serves Six) Two slices smoked ham. 1-i Inch thick (about iu pounds); whole -•ioves, parsley. DRESSING, Two cups bread crumbs, 1-2 cup chopped seeded raisins. 1-2 cup broken walnut meats, I teaspoon dry mustard, 1-4 cup brown sugar, 1-1 cup melted butter. Mix bread crumbs, raisins, nut nisats, mustard, and brown sugar together: pour melle<l biiller evenly over dressing mixture. HAM STEAKS Place one ham slice In the bol- tom of a three-quart heat-resistant glass open baking dish; pile dress- ins lightly on the .steak. Place second slice Stick whole on top of dressing, cloves into the fat. Bake in a slow oven 1300 degrees F.> for about an hour ov until tender and lightly browned. Garnish with parsley and serve. CAHKOT AND WATERCRESS SALAD (Serves Six) Sis medium-sized cavrots. 2 tablespoons mayonnaise. 2 medium bunches watercress. Shred carrots. Mix mayonnaise nest of watercress on Indlvidua: salad plates. Garr.ish lop of salac, with watercress. Serve with Frencf into shredded carrots. Arrange on dressing made of lemon juice ana oil. Armorel Clubs Win Honors In 4-H Play Meet 'llic Armore) Boys and Girls 4-H Clubs won North Mississippi county first honors In the annual one- act Play Tournament held at. Yarbro Saturday when second honors went to Gosnoll and third to Yarbro among Die 11 clubs entered. In the singing contests, also filtered by the same 11 clubs, Yarbro won first; Ciosnell, second, and Brown, third. Billy Godwin, of Promised Land, was selected an the mast outstanding boy performer and Mary Catherine Thompson, of Yarbro, us the most outstanding girl performer In the plays. Other clubs which presented plays and musical contestants were: Reece, Cole Ridge, Shady Grove. Promised Land. Boynton, Clear Lake, Flat Lake. There nre 21 clubs In the north district of the county. Large crowds attended all Ihreo performances held at the Yarbro school with the three best in each group selected after toe morning •epeated In n night performance to win places. During the day, Mrs. Gordon Psahnonds, teacher of the Burdetle school; Graham Wright, teacher hi the Blytheville Sudbury school, and Mrs. Mabel Watts, of Blytheville. were Judges, and for the night performance, Mrs. Psahnonds WAS replaced by Miss Helen Louise Shnver, teacher In the Blytheville Junior High School. It is planned for the north district winners to meet the south district winners, not yet selected, for live county championship but this project has not yet been K'orkecl out. Mind Your Manners mlttcd. Mrs. Willie Nebhut, city ad- Itted. Patsy Louise Beck, city, ad- Mrs. Eva Sorrcll, Hayli, admitted. David Greet, Caruthcrsville, dismissed. Mrs. JJob Pierce, Caruthcrsvllle.. dismissed. Memphis BupUst Hospital Marilyn Oalcs, Holland, admitted. J. H. Oy.mcnt, Cooler, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Raymond Jenkins, Cnrutli- crsvllln, admitted. Dcssle Irene Molt, Hnyli, dismissed. Grace Wilson. Osceola, admitted. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital James Walter Flynn. Wilson, admitted. Gosneil News Mrs. Charles Slromlre hns returned from SI. Louis niul Fcsttls, Mo., where she has been visiting Mrs. Emma Young .,, m | Mi ss Workman. Test your knowledge of correct soda) usage by answering (lie following questions, then checking i3ainst Ilia authoritative answers below: 1. Would it be all right for a girl who had two theater tickets to ask a man if he would like to,go with her to the theater? 2. Should a girl give a man to whom she is not engaged an expensive gift? 3. Should a girl see that her gifts to a young man are not more expensive than his gifts to her? •I. H a young m:l n who is taking a girl to a dance sends her flowers sho does not like, must she wear them? 5. Is it necessary for a girl to thank a man for the flowers he sends her? What would you <lo if— You are a young man and a girl has Invited you to a formal dance iier sorority is giving— (n) Find out. if possible, from a friend of hers what color drew site Is wearing and send her n corsage you think would look well with U? (b) Do you consider it necessary to send flowers? Answers 1. YP.S. 2. No. 3. Yes. •1. Yes—though she needn't wear them on her dress. She may pin them in her hair or to her evcnin bug. 5. Yes. Best. "What Would You Do" solution—(a). If you can't find out about the color of her dress—send white flowers, like gardenias, that will go with almost any dress. It is reported that 45 per cent of all the car.? sold during 193B were the four-door sedan type. Girls Need "Build-up", Many girls know where to turn for help for the headaches, nervousness, cramp-like pain of functional dysmenorrhea due to malnutrition. For CARDUI has helped them by stimulating appetite, increasing flow of gastric juices and so improving digestion. Thus many arc assisted to build physical resistance lo periodic distress. Or. CARDUI may help you if taken a few days before and during "the time." Used by women for over 50 yea rs. Don't Scratch Itchy Skin Scratching minor skin irritations leads to greater discomfort later on and "opens" them to possible Infection. Instead, get your relict from their Itching, burning soreness with Black nnd Whlto Ointment. Ctc.inse skin with Black and While Skin Soap. Sold everywhere. NOW YOU CAN HAVE BUTANE GAS SERVICE! Without bii} In? a BDTANIi ,GAS I'LANT. Knjny Iliis pleasure for Cooh- i«B. Heating. Hot Water and Kcfrigeratwii. For full information wrile us or make Inquiry at our office. WEIS BUTANE GAS COMPANY Wlicnllcy~iVcs< Memphis lilytlicvillc 'I- Eevnn hours i« about the lime limit for a driver to be behind the wheel In <inc day. After that lie. becomes fatigued and Is no IciiBcr considered a safe driver. Salt Lake, because it tins! no outlet, loses tt.i water only by evaporation, which leaves the saU behind. CAHI) OF THANKS Members of Ihe family of the lale J. A. Ulm wish | 0 thank their friends and neighbors for (lielv .sympathy :md kindness extended to them dm-ino; (], r sudden death of their father, especially friends i for'the beautiful (loral offerings. TOO MTK TO CL.VS.SIFV ; "What happened to that air castle you and Bob were build- ^ "Ohuh—just found out his mother expected to move in, too." Help Wauled Two salesmen with cars. local territory. Good iiropositlon for right party. References required. Sanrier.s. I'ili E»s,t Ash, After Five I'. M. 8 pk IS BINGO PARTY .S':CO Tuesday Night CATHOLIC IIA1.I, l/udies"Auxiliary ot Townscnil Cluh KXPERT KEAUTV AVOUK CALL 106 Allpol X,, t Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSIBLY Swenlsh Massage, Vati. Bnths Mn. Ruth Ij«whon Washer Need Tuning Up? 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