The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1940 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 10, 1940
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APiUL 10, ,10<i< Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. H. Houchlns entertaining Mtd-Wcek Bridge club. Young People's club, Cliurch of i (he immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock, at Catholic Hal). ; Elliott Fletcher chapter. Dulled Daughters of the Confederacy, meeting In science hall at Uixorn. i Mrs, L. E. Bnker entertaining' Thursday Bridge cltil). Double Pour club meeting with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs, John Faulkner. Mrs. ZJL H. Welcli Imvliif Delta Contract club. Thursday Contract club meeting Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Fidells class, First Baptist church, meeting seven o'clock nt church. Mrs, J. D. Atkins nnd Mrs, T. U Cassldy entertaining Dorcns Sunday school class, First Baptist cliurcli, 2:30 o'clock at church. Woman's club having general j meeting. '2:30 o'clock nl club house. Mis. W, D. McClurkln rnlcrlain- ing Friday Bridge club. Elmwcod Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. Leslie Mooro. • SATURDAY'S EVENTS , Cotillion club having dance nl Amerlcgn Legion Hut, 10 o'clock. Delta Kapp Qainnm meeting ten o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Is .'Hostess to Club Narcissuses, violets nnd bridnl wreath decorated the home of Mrs. L. L. Hubclier yesterday afternoon when she was hostess to members of the City'Contract club nnd five guests for a parly. Besides the members, guesls were Mrs; Frank Tomllnson of New Orleans, houscgucsl of Mrs. S. P. Craflon, Mrs. Sam Owens, Mrs. Robert Grimes, Mrs. B. P. Brogdon Jr., and Mrs. Rupert Craflon. Handpalnted tallies with spring designs were used for the games., Mrs. George D. Pollock was high and Mrs. Roscoc Crafton. second "You wimmen! You'tl drive a car 'til it falls apart before you'd put any oil in it.' Bits of New» Mostly I Rabbi and Mrs. Herman Pollack high scorer ^among (he chib mcin-Ji ctl ]l(5l n | ghl foi , st ]<on!; . whcrc n,,^, i,i n i. ..,....„ .,..,., ,,. hers. Guest high prize went to Mrs. Owens, and Mrs. Tomlinson was also presented a gift. luinbln, Mo., wliore Rnbbl Pollack , . . will speak to the Hillcl society of Refreshments were served al the the University of Missouri Friday ' • • • -- - - conclusion ot the games, » • * Hear Kcports From I). A. R. Conrailloii tion of the Daughters of the American Revolution were made nl the luncheon meeting of the Clinrlcvoix chapter al thc home of Mre. Charles Penh' yesterday n'ltcnioon when Mrs. James Hill was co-hostess. Mrs. M O. Usfey, :Mrs.; R,:,C. Rose and Mrs." James B. Clark",'of (lie local chapter, attended Ihc state eonveaKw In f.tttlc Rock last month. • , Mrs. Rose talked on "Ferdinand dc Soto" during tlie program period. ThC; meeting was opined wllh Ihc repeating of the ritual and pledge of allegiance .to flag nnd country and the singinsr o! "America." As Saturday was army day, table decorations were miniature airplanes,' pieces of flcM artillery, tanks aiid soldiets. Placecurds were pictures representing Important historical cvenifi of April. t * • Has Club Tarty Miss Patty Shane had a party Jor members of the Double G Bridge club at her home .last ntjht, when she also entertained five guests. Mrs.' Triad Nicol, Mrs. Claude ]'. Scoggln Jr., Mrs. 11. !•'. Kclscy Jr., Mtss Mar}' Vlrginiti Culler and Miss Manrlnc - Branson pbycd bridge with the members. night. They phni lo return in time for Rnbbl Pollack to conduct services Sunday nt Kcnnetl, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nchcr. of SI. Louis, stopped here yesterday for n brief visit wllh Mr. and Mrs. James Illll Jr. They were en route lo Hot Springs. Mrs. George Hamilton lefl Friday night for Milwaukee, \vis,, where she,, will join Mr. Hamilton who his Irfuslc Box orchestra Is g an engagement there.'They will spend len days there before going to Memphis where Mr. Hamilton's orchestra opens nl the Hotel Pen body, Apr. 2G, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Lowell ol Oklahoma City came Sunday to make their home here. Mr. Laswell Is lo be connected wilh General < Motors Acceptance. Corporation. School Heads Will Meet Thursday Night Superintendents and princlpalb of Mississippi' county will Imvc their monthly meeting Tlmrsdsj night nt Keiser, John limnetic of Joiner, chairman of the association, announced today. Phillip Deer, of Whilton, Is arranging a program for- the meeting. Dinner will be served by the Keiser home economics girls under the direction of Miss Ada Mac Butler, home economics instructor. Osceola Society—Personal Out- of- Town I'ropTc itlleml ['iinrral. Numhcrcd among l| 10S( , who attended (lie funeral of (lie hilc G. M, Demon were Leslie Hill. Jackson, Miss.; Clarence Hill, l,akc Providence, La,; Pred and Dcwcy Hill, Mrs. L. K. Collier, Madeline nnd .lean Colilei-, Memphis; Mrs. C. s. Kcolt mid daughters, Mrs, y Ornlmin, Miss. Evelyn Scott, and Mrs. Charlie Locke, all of Memphis. * * » Mrs. S. .1. Smith's Mother Hies. Mrs. S. J. Smith was culled to J.icksou, Tenn,, .Sunday afternoon on account of the death ol hrr mother, Mis. E. 1>. Steadman. Mrs. Slcadman was reared und educated at Jackson, and was tin- old- fn( living member of tho l-'irst Hft|>li«l ehiire-li, liikln« iin active pint llicre at nil times. Those attending Uie funeral of MVs. Steadman Tuesday uflci'- iioon -from Luxora were the Rev. Ralph I.. Douglas and Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. n. O. Wllktlis- and Mr. and Mrs. C, 13. Wood. * * » Scouts Slake Plans lo Alfnnd Seoul Circus. Robert McNnbb, scout executive of the Northeast Arkansas area, of Jonesboro, was Die dinner finest of the Rev. R. E. L, Bcarden, scout master of the Luxora troop, and Mrs. Bcnrdcn on Tuesday evening before attending a scout meeting of the local troop. 1'lnns were laid at this meeting for the entire group lo attend Is Bride 01 Stecle Resident Steelc-Cooter Society—Personal Mrs. Herbert Clem, of Slecle, was before her marriage recently, Mrs. CloHnc GHnicr, of Cooler. C. Daneliowur. and fninily. foi 1 the pnM. two weeks, returned to their homo nt Siinmespoit, La., Mondtiy. Mrs. Louis i>p;mn iinci (laughter, Mi's. R. D, Ebeidl, were in Mari- unnii Sunday, visillni; in thc home of Mrs, Kpiinn's dnuuhtcr, Mrs. Bliss Ynnccy, unO fnmlly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mack Anderson days Jcft Monday after ci three visit, will] Mrs. Anderson's |>ar- 1 visit ivith cuts, Mr. nnd Mis. U. N. Forbes. ville, Mo. Mrs. Anderson will be remembered as Miss Owena Fortes. Mrs. Gerald Bruoks Knlcrtalns Society. Mrs. Gerald Brooks entertained the Woman's Missionary society of Ihe Slcclc Methodist church at her homo Monday afternoon when there were 13 members present. The president. Mrs. p. v, Mc- Culchen, was in chare? of thc meeting which was opened with thc Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Robert Lawrence gave Ihc fifth chapter ol thc Mission study book "Home, Land, Hum-si" and .she used for her topic "Thc Cost of Home Missions." After the general routine of business in which (he society voted to serve the Alumni banquet on April 2fllti, Mrs. H. S. Holley was appointed as a delegate to the Missionary conference which Is being held in Slkeslon today and tomorrow. Next week the society will be en- tei'tahicd in the home of Mrs. A. J. Ovci'tiirJT. Mr. and Mrs. t, M. Greer of Har- rishurg. Ark., brought their motliei Mrs. H, A. Spencc, lo Sleelc last, week for a visit here with her son, H. n. Spencc. and family. Mrs. George Spenec and chil- munlty underwent an appendectomy at the Walls hospital over the weekend and Is recovering nicely. Mr, and Mrs. James L. Cassldy and children o/ Cooler vlsllcd him Sunday. To Attend Press Association Event LUXOKA, Ark., April ft.—Representatives of the Panther staff will attend the Mississippi Valley Press Association for high school Journalists at Southwestern. Memphis. April 12-13. Dr. Shields Mc- Ihvalnc, of Southwestern, is director. dren have returned home after u parents in Lutes- the Scovit Circus to he at Forrest City, June C. Plans were- nlso made for the attendance al thc Scout Cnmn at Camp Peterson, Jonesboro, during the vacation months. High S Band The Rev. and Mrs. It. E. L. Hoarclen jr.. were in Jonesboro last Thursday afternoon as guests of the Rev. E. W. Fotlir. presiding elder of the Jonesboro district, and Mrs, Potter. They ntleiulcd Thursday night, the Young People's Union, at Trumann. The Kev. Bearden spoke to Hie loi'al group there. He is the district director of Younf! People's work. J. I. Mlfflln is on tlic sick list tills week. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bognn will leave Friday lor a visit over the week end with Mr. ISognn's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. liogan. of Ml. Vcrncn, 111. They will attend while away a White Shrine installation, at which time Mr. Bogan's niece, Ends Sermon Series At Baptist Chapel The Rev. R A. Whitely. Mississippi County Baptist missionary, of Manila, has concluded a course at thc Ilaptlst Chapel on "Wlial IlnplisUs Believe." Ho taught the hisl week and nt tho conclusion of the class period Friday night, a Dutch supper was served. Tho group also presented the Rev. Mr. Whitely with a gift. to tlliirdi in Flurul f'aradc. T. c. Winiilield, bnndtnastcr, has announced thai the Luxoru hfeli | school band lias received nn invitation from the Memphis Cotton Carnival lo march in the Floral parade May 15. They reside In the Shane . . r . ,, , i ~~^>> .,,,,1,11^ ui.t Miss 1-ranees Little was high and Crnfloa. and familv Miss Shane, second high scorer in ' ' the games. Guest prize went to Miss Branson. The hostess served a salad plate. Arc Guests of Club , Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. and Sirs. H. P. Kclsey Jr. were, guests of Mrs. apartments r>ii Ash street. Mr, and Mrs. John C. McHniiD.v and daughter, Miss Frances Mc- Hancy. went to Bluff Springs, Miss., today lor the funeral of Mrs. V. G. Holland's mother, Mrs. W. M. Slmw. • Mrs. Fred Warren was called to Gales,. Term., yesterday bccavisc ot Hie serious Illness ot her brother, John Lee. Mr. and .Mrs. J, Nick 'Iliomns will go lo Memphis Sunday for tho christening of their grandchild. Mrs. Frank Tomllnson. who hns been visiting her mother, Mrs. s. P. rclnvn to her home in New Orleans Friday. Mrs. Crafton, Mrs. T. W Jeffries and MKs Zola Cralton will motor her to Memphis where she will board a plane for New Orleans. Mrs. William Armstrong, of Hot Springs, returned yesterday lo Manila after hnvhu; visited Miss At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Martha Scytnore, Ml, ud- Wiltliuns, Manila, Braggadocio, milled. Mrs. Alonzo admitted. Corinnc Chiltlcrx, dismissed. Miss Hosctta Hnmon, city, dismissed, Bt.vllicnillc Hospital Ernest Glrnn. city, admitted, Angelo Hnllls Jr.. Hnyll, lulmillctl. Miss Louise Luttrcll. city, dismissed. Memphis tit. Joseph's llos|iitnl Vnlllc Wind, CimHlwi'svillc, ail- milted. Memphis MHhudisl Hns]>il,il Mrs. W. !•'. Welch. Carulhcrsvillc, admitted. Memphis ll;l|ilist Hospital Btiby June Ilodnctl. Dycss, utl- inittcd. A. M. Cooper, oily, admitted. S. .1. Lambert. Elowali. admitted. Mrs. J. E. Matins. Wardcll, admitted. is( Missi°naiy Society SUcrls. Twelve members of the Women's Society for Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. \V. .). Lynch Tuesday afternoon. The 'meeting was presided over by tlic president, Mrs. E. R. Uo- Bfiu. This being a business and study meeting, a session was held lor the hearing of general business mutters of the society, and the reports from lire chairmen of xlimding commute, before the study period was led by Mrs. R. K. L. Bearden jr. Those who took part on the program were Mrs. Lcla Branlley, Mrs. Goiidcaux. Mrs. R. W. Thomas, Mrs. IV. E. Head, and Mrs. D. H. Owen. The next study lesson will be April t2 at the church. * * '* Miss Margaret Moftllt. of Memphis, visited home folk. Mr. and Mrs, E. S. MofJitl Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ccdric. Daiichoww and son. who have brcn visiting biinchower's brother, Chestci Miss Naomi Dogan, be stalled ns nn otficcr in tills organization. Temple Israel Will Meet At Kennett Miss Ruth Hooker of Jefferson City, Mo,, spent last weekend heTc with lier sisters, Mrs. Walter Webb and Mrs. Haymond Bryan. Upon her return to Jefferson City she is to ue transferred to Washington, D. C., where she will work tor Ihrcc months. Mrs. W. M. Hnllrcy of Joncs- iJoro, spent the latter part of (lie week here wllh Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Patterson. Mr, and Mrs, Herbert Ciem spent last weekend in Memphis visiting relatives. Miss Nina Clonks underwent a tonsileclomy nt the Walls hospital in Blyllicville Monday and was returned to her home Tuesday and is recovering nicely. Miss Jun- rn'la Lossing stayed her at Congregational services of Temple Israel will be held Sunday afternoon at three o'clock in Kcimctt .it thr Masonic Hall, Kabbl Herman Pollack announced today. The .sermon topic Rendey.vous Wilh Spring." Thc discussion will deal wilh trends llwil tend to frustrate the hope that emerges with the spring season. Sunday school classes will be dismissed llii.s Sunday, lint will resume regular schedule on Sunday afternoon, April lit. Everyone is cordially invited to attend the services in Kcnnett, I Rabbi Pollack staled. the hospital and her sister, Mrs. Buddie Anderson of Blytheville, returned home with licr Tuesday and spent thc day. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Whilfleld and Miss Vallie Casey spent Thursday in Memphis. Bill mid Joe Russell returned yesterday afternoon after a business visit to Luray, Tenn. Mrs. Basilic Davis has "one lo Tallulah, Iji., for a visit wilh her sons. Willie and Guy Davis and families. Mrs. K. A. Spencc, Mrs. H. S. be: "A 1 Taylor and Mrs. Lucille Stephens were visitors in Carnthcr.sville Moiutay. Miss Jnaitita Lussing of Carutli- crsvillc spent Friday night nl Tyler with Mrs. Raymond Perry nnd family. Fay Brewer of the No. 3 coiu- Keiser News Class To Mtel Friday The consumers' buying class will meet Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at, the church on Crews Lateral. Miss Ada Mac Burton will lead the discussion on thc food problem of the consumer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson and daughters, Imogcnc, Joe Anna and Margaret, arc Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs, Hal Bedford, and family. Mrs. Herbert Pool, of Little Rock, and Mrs. Herschel Gray of Wichita, Runs,, will be here for several weeks with their mother, Mrs. Arrena Miller Dradsher, Harry Hall and L. H, Haines attended thc ball f^amc between the Memphis Chicks and New York Yanks in Memphis Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Ferguson spent Monday at Portageville, Mo., with relatives. Miss Mary Cecilia Cohen was thc weekend guest of Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Cohen, of Jonesboro. Among the Keiser people who at- lended the funeral of A. P. Brau- sher at Maimaduke Sunday were: Mr. mid Mrs. Anccl Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Amos, Mrs. Swan Brock, Mrs. Hal Bedford, Al. C. Hightowcr, Leon Stevens, c. H. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Ellis, Mrs. Troy Kay and Mrs. Tom Tetter. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ferguson and danghler, Nell, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Larson and son at Marion Sunday. Mrs. W. M. 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