The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1940 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 11, 1940
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APRIL II, 1043 flniWIS m 8"vi>» by llwn studoul., from I ho,,.,, of Mrs. ' NEWS ,- w»s s Clt - V by n,e O h.u 10 j,.j r . n 'l"»al "SOHIIO- oujm« ,7,,,. r , ' l or ' « "son y on ic nnmiiil ".Soiilio- member of lie faculty. Tlic sHulenls more 1%1-Iinngc" yavc , ie),«, or i Virginia ponce. Hiitesvllle; Her (Hi) Evasion n) - c • Liltle Rock Woman Elected At Annual Meeling At Osceola Yeslerday OSCEOLA. ArkTApri) 11.-Mrs "• f. Uryani of ijttie |) OC k B . n , elected president of the Arkansas I rfsbytery succeeding Mrs. c. A. J-orties of Wynne- at their thirty. f"l ! "I'" 1 " 11 meetitl 8' Closing here Chosen to servo with Mrs. Bryant wore Mrs. Monroe Smith, iJUi e Koclt. corresponding secretary- Mr- t-eorgc Haggard, uuie Rock, se e- letaj-y of Foreign Missions; Mrs. (.{ ( ! - <ltta ' Marlanna, .secretary of rlii'V 1" Kl " cntl ° 11 «"<t ministerial' relief; Mrs. George Edrlngimi • os- vwVT Ct!Uy of .sPWtunl'ufc; -VHS..A. V. Oimciml, Mon-llton sec- i retary.of Home Missions; Mrs J -vl. Jenkins, Earlc, secretary of lil- cmure; Mrs. J. P. Morra > BMM . ville, historian. Other officers who have another year to serve are; Mrs. W p ste rails; Forrest City, vice president,'*' i; W ' Miilcr ' J'oner, secro- ary; Mrs. R. C . Bryan. Osceoln treasurer, other cause secretaries who were carried over in office are 7 Mrs. A, V. Ormond, Mirrilton synpdical and prcsbyierlal- Mrs 1. M. Hamia, West Memphis, so-' ciai: sen-ice; Airs. W. s. Newsom, Wynne, religious education. The high point of the live-day session was the missionary address of the Rev. Roy E. Cleveland missionary to the. Belgian Congo in Africa for the past 27 years. The Rev. Mr. Cleveland also spoke lo the: students of the Osceola schools yesterday. Increases in gifts to missions benevolences, deepening of the' spiritual life and an increase of timers were shown in the reports ,of .the four group chairmen: Mrs. W.-B. Burkett, Basset t; Mrs. L P Noall, Newport; Mrs. W \v Mc- Crai-y, Lonoke; and Mrs W J Lanfcr, Forrest City. Mrs. Burkett also had charge of the briuice service on the night. "The Terrible Meek" famous Play by .Charles Ranii Kennedy were . Vnn Mni-ker. Evasion, n)., -,,,„ M(S- ,,. „. R. W. Muhlrow of Hope. Ark. • presided m the bij.sliin.s.s meet! ,' Amingenicms For the convention! ami hourd the- nwts of the v"r niprlsluB nDproxi.imlel „„«,. ' oils con.T - In fourth ol (he by 107 wome local auxiliary; Mrs. ,>. ,_. chnirman of hos])llalily; Mrs. ard Cronicr, credentiaLs, Rev. L. T.'IJVU Osccoki church , , L. r. iJvuTcnc-e, pu.slor of the ..-ous commuters. The chairman O f ;il the soliciting commllto for funds -' for crippled children's work announced (lint $111.01! is now in Km jlinid. Half of I his will b<> turned •••i. nun-j over to Ihe Stale society for ibis and Hie I work, and the other hiilf will be tr /if lhf> llspil fnr vvf\i'l< nukm,,, lr,,,^.i .1.,, Caruthersville Society—Persoiial Hislriel IJepuly (hand Matron Here Over GO Eastern. Star - members from Caruthersville, Kennett, llor- ticrsvllle. Poplar Bluff, Mnlde'n au<l Doniphan gathered at i!i» Masonic Hall here Tuesday night, for (he ollicial visil of tlie District Deputy CSi-iind Matron of the 51st District, Mrs. Malile Knight of Aihyrd, Mo! 'I'he hall was decorated lor the occasion in n pink aiut green color scheme, with redbud and green candles in (ah candelabra. Miss Fatnic Paris received the degree in- lo the order. After all ceremonies had been exemplified, Mrs. Knight spoke briefly and made a lev: corrections in Die ritualistic work. The chapter urescmcd her with n silver .ugar and creamer at Ihe close of the meeting, and refreshments ol cup cakes and hot chocolate were served. Una Roberts Lawrence Circle Meets Members of the Una Roberts opening . an e which is enacted regularly in many counnes during Le, U and Advent " interest of world Peace „ - . Bros. I)nix I'D. indny Jivncl gcl-d.KHKK lri»l ]i» c li»t;i> 3 al Dl':trt>rini CJurlic '['alili'l^ 'Metropolitan I FARM ! LOANS ? Jas. B. Clark ;-. Glencne Building i. Blytlievllle, Ark. Authorized Mortgage Lonn Solicilors for the Melropnli- fen Life Insurance Co. ]i LOW RATES T PROMPT INSPECTIONS LONG TERMS TREPAVMENT PRIVILEGES jfilark-WUson Agency, Insur. i' Jas, B. Clark _ ^^ vnv vilil JlXUUt I IJj Lawrence circle of the Baptist Church Diet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Garth Doss. Mrs Viola Young was in charge of the program on "God's Standards". Those appearing on the program were: Mrs. Alice Long, Mrs. Doss Miss Nolle Lo» Dorrch and Miss Gladys Nichols. Following a short, business meeting the hostess served spice cake with whipped cream and colfoe. ft * * Jolly Nine Meets Mrs. Maud Green entertained members of Ihe Jolly Nine Club at, the Dick Roland residence Monday night. Mrs. Wid Matthews and Mrs. Marion Barrow were club guests. High score prize, tea towels was won by Mrs. T. R, Oslionie and Mrs. Burrow received hosiery for second high. Alter the games n salad and dessert.course was served. !«•—- .,*,** 1J., &"i;>, >y..Metis •_ Members, of (he Business and Professional Women's Club met at the Top Hat Cafe Tuesday night fm a fried chicken dinner. Mrs Margaret Badcr and Mrs. Clark Moore were guests for (he evening During the business meeting which followed, E. B. Hope spoke on the county extension program and the club voted to sponsor the lami ueauUfication part 0 [ the work. Miss Dollj-c Robinson was elecUxl delegate to the state B. & P. W. convention to be held April 19, 20 and 21 at, Joplin, Mo Miss Nolle Lee Dorroli was in charge of the program on "A Clinic on a Woman's Budget." Woman's Club Meets Mrs. Ernest Wilks and Mrs Charles Dorroh were joint hostesses to the Woman's Club which met Tuesday afternoon at the used for work among local dill dren. it was voted lo donate $10 to tin- Woman's Held Army | 0 r their r.-mipait'ii against cancer. Mrs. J. W. McCloskey was voted iino nit'inbetship. Mrs, I). E. Kent, dmlnnan of tlie American Ciliwnslilp Cdmimuee, WHS iii charge of a pionruni mi "C'itlzrnslilj) IJny", a study of emn- paialive cltl/en.-hips. .Mrs. Mom»!l DeReigu spoke on Russia, Mrs. ,1. n. Freer on Qrnnany, and Mrs! iromer Turner discussed v.'hui citizenship means to young people in Amerlra. At the clasc of the meet- lug Die hostesses served ice cream niui cake, mm and collee. * * * Itc-iiu-n Club SleeU MJS.S Mnrv Crews .loniln was hosless to the Re-oo-n Club -,,(, i] 1(: Crews He.vnolds residence '1'iie.s- (lay evening. Miss Mary Lurillc »e- Relgn was a (jiicsl. Miss Knthryn Taimn won a compact for high score prize, uml Mrs, \Vnj-ne Qoodmnn bridgoed and received n billfold. A itibd and dessert course was served. Mrs, Morris Tisttull and Mr: George Merrill, Jr., wilt drive to Cupc Glrnrdeau Pi'iday for Mrs. Tlstadt's daughter, Miss Dorothy Jniie. who is a student nt Southeastern Missouri Slate Teacher's College ilierc. Miss Tlstndl will spend Ihe week-end here with her parents. Among diose from out of (own "ho attended the Eastern Star meelliif; here Tuesday night were Mrs. Sue Spencer of Maiden, Airs. Grace Billow of Poplar Blutr, Mrs. Dave Ray, Mrs. Florence Templc- Um, Mrs. Elmer Hicklan and Mrs. Eddie Lou Tatiim, all of Kcnncti;' and Mrs. Geo. Brown of Ilorners- Steele-Cooter Society—Personal When Poisons Slow KIDNEYS and Irritate Bladder Flush Them Oul For 35 Cenla Go lo your drusslsl today una col tins safe, swift ami harmlc-ia diuretic iiiirt Btliriulnnl— « s k for lloM Alcthil llaailcin Oil CiiDGiilcs and slart at <mcc (o flush kidneys of waste mailer sium-nted whh .iclila mid liaisons i hat's a duicl: ami effective way to "clp liritu; about more licnllhv kicl- noy activity a,,,i VCIICTB ,, ml w, ( | llcr Irrllntlon witli Its scanty linssivgc with ™«rtjiifr ami burnlni; na well as rest- llic tiJnci-a ottcn ncc<l Ousliinz ««cll as (l,c Ion-els, anil sonic ayiintoms of dirinJ , 1 ;' C " k "°f 3 "Wl*-- KM\,, X u,, ortra (iBnng the niKlit-nuiry i-yta-liacknclii-. Hut lie sliro nncl fcl OOI,r> JII-JDAti Haarlem Oil Capsules — the original l ffC 'i n' ' Hsht from W'Wlc'n I" ollnnil— the price « small (35 cents) iG B oo<l results will fuinil you,- expectations. Don't accept a HUballtule. lluslfss (o Mrs. Jim Miller was Imsiess 10 the Ttiwdny llrldsetcers club of Cooler mid two (jiicst.s. Mrs Tom Lewis and Mrs. jj. vv i s j^,,,,. (l( lier home Tuesday night. 'Vhi- high .score nwaril went u> M rK ],, nv |s who received n beinillfiil handnuulii apron; Mrs. OIKS Cooper received .second high award, lmh towels and Mrs. Lc.sler received brldgo award, n haiulmado Iwndkeri'hief The hostess served chicken snlmi sandwli-he.s. pickles, olives, ice cream, cake and coffee. Next week Mrs. Cilyrm While will be (o Die c-lub. Jerry Frxuets 'i'illiii.ui Aniioiincemejiis havo mrlvcd here of the arrival of u bnby Uuy in the liome of Mr. and Mis. iiowmd Tjii- man In. Lllbomn 0:1 March '23. The liaby hn.s been named Jerrv Prnn- flN. Mrs. TUIniaii was ui-fore her nuir- rlngi- Miss i.j'dla Crockett and Is Uic daughter of I3r. ninl Mrs .) fi. Crockett of Slcele. * * • I'orlcrfielil-Jone.s Annoiincemenus have iirrivrd here of the mnrrmgc of Miss Edna Jmics of Marston to Raymond I'orterfleld of I.ilbourn which occurred in New Madrid recently. Their only nltcn- dnuls Virgil M,-. nm i Mrs of cooler ™ bi-Mc Is Ihe elamjhlijr or Mr. ttl ,rt M r.s. Charlie Jones, fortnerly of ateelu ami cooler. hh<> vi-iis n .senior of (he Mar- slon hish .,e|,oo|. Tlic bridegroom Is he son U f M,-. ,,, Ki Alr ,. )vc • I'orlerlU-ld, fonnerly of C:o»ti-i- mil now of Ulumu-n. 'l'l»'.v will im ,ke (heir home n| Lilboinn wliere Mr. IMrlerlleld h Sign the New Register at the Ritz .AST TIMES TODAY i) OROTK» lo, I CROSBY IAMOUR HOPE "WHEN WE GET DOWN Let's Go To HAPPY HOUR!" Quality never goes down at Happy Hour. Our groceries nncl meals mean excellent meals at budget saving prices. PHONE 15 WE DELIVER H APPY tJOUR Grocery* AAMarket 109 W. Main SI. Friday, April 12 •125 Good Kcasins You Should Atlcml flic Ki< 7 Oco. 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